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PAGE 4 THE GUARDIAN, OCTOBER 25, 1974 What's Happening Here and There Around the NORTH LITTLE ROCK The North Little Rock Knights of. Columbus will hold a Halloween carnival from 7 to 9 P.M. today, Friday, Oct. 25, at St. Anne's Church hall at 5720 Camp Robinson Road. Mr. and Mrs. William Wenger are chairmen for the event and are being assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Knox, refreshments; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Kerr and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Crowder, prizes and decorations; Mr. and Mrs. John A. Burke, publicity; and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ehemann. RUSSELLVILLE The formation and knighthood degrees will be conferred on a class of can- didates from western Arkansas this Sunday, Oct. 27, at 1 P.M. in St. John's parish hall here under the auspices of Russellville Council, Knights of Columbus. A degree team from Fort Smith will conduct the ritual. made for a spaghetti dinner in November and for awarding a quilt in a fund raising project later in the year. Mrs. Ethel Villemaire, president, presided. Jan Clayton gave the secretary- treasurer report. Hostesses were Mary Marchelites and Louise Husson. LITTLE ROCK To provide a wide range of audio-visual and athletic equipment for Good Counsel School, the Home School Association is sponsoring a "Labels for Education" Project through the end of the year. The project involves collection of labels from all sizes of cans of Campbell's Soup and Campbell's Beans. Mrs. Jack Dallas suggested such labels be sent to Good Counsel School,- 12th and Jackson Streets, Little Rock, Ark. 72204. She said collection containers have been placed in the school hallway. ARKADELPHIA JACKSONVILLE Members of the Altar and Rosary Society of St. Jude the Apostle Church here now attend the 10:30 A.M. Mass in a group on the third Sunday of each month. At an Oct. 8 get- acquainted party, plans were Pat McGee has been elected president of the Malvern- Arkadelphia CYO. Other new officers elected Oct. 6 are: Becky Collins vice president; Anne Marie O'Leary, secretary- reporter; and Collette Garrison, treasurer. This year's CYO directors are Mr. and Mrs. 'Charles McKinney's I Lamb's Business Service ! I Bookkeeping & Income Tax I / Drug I Eletronic Stencils I Phone 751-4536 I Duplication. I 130 W. Emma |Roberta Lamb-Ph. 361-2991 | Springdale, Arkansas |Rte. 1, Hwy. 68W, Springdale| we're making things happen FIRST NATIONAL BANK SPRINGDALE, ARKANSAS we happen to care $fll?il InItIMl$ Phone 751-4577 Sprlngtle, Arkansas Neff Nurseries, Inc. PHONE 751-0590 201 S, Thompson COMPLETE FLORAL SERVICE P.O. Box 205 Springdale, Ark. 72764 - i I BILL STAMPER / I Your MFA INSURANCE AGENT L I  For All Your Insurance Heeds, I SAN JOSE MANOR l 212 E. Emma- SPRINGDALE - 751-6481 AMEREAN Springdale Rogers Berryville Huntsville Diocese Gary Garrison. Projects suggested include raising money for the building fund of St. Mary's parish, Arkadelphia, and purchase of American and Papal flags, poles and stands for St. John's Church, Malvern. LITTLE ROCK Postponed because of last weekend's DCCW-M con- vention, the meeting of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Court, Catholic Daughters of America, will be held this Sunday, Oct. 27, at 1:45 P.M. in Good Counsel parish hall. State Regent Kathryn Turchi of Pine Bluff will report on the national CDA convention and will discuss other matters of concern to the court. PINE BLUFF St. Joseph's Altar Society has voted to contribute toward the purchase of a bus-van for transporting the elderly to their noon meals at various churches. Mrs. J.B. Talbot, who presided at the Oct. 7 meeting in Gallagher Hall, won the door prize. Mrs. James McEwen won a mystery package. Father Al Baltz led prayer. LITTLE ROCK The Home School Association of Good Counsel parish will sponsor an ice cream supper this Sunday, Oct. 27, from 6:30 to 8:30 P.M. in the school cafeteria. Mrs. Hardy Banks, association president, said a free-will donation will be ac- cepted. FORT SMITH The Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick and Aged was celebrated in communal form at St. Boniface Church here by Father Maurus Gerke, O.S.B., Oct. 14. Thirty-five persons received the Sacrament in a service at 2:30 P.M. Bill Lensing was lector. Nancy Lensing was organist. Henry Upchurch and Vincent A. Gramlich were ushers. Stephen Lensing was the server. Mrs. Rose Mock was the attending nurse. Sister Vivian and Sister Elizabeth made a banner which hung in the sanctuary. LITTLE ROCK St. Vincent Infirmary Em- ployee. Council andthe K-Mart store on Rodney Parham Road will present a style show, "Fashions for Today's Budget," Tuesday, Oct. 29. The show, for St. Vincent Infirmary em- ployees, will include fashions for ladies, girls, men and boys. Models will be SVI employees and children from the SVI Child Care Center. The program will be held in the Infirmary's Terrace Dining Room during the lunch and dinner hours, 10:30 A.M. to 2 P.M. and 5 P.M. until 7 P.M. Commentary will be by Larry Walker and Craig Kemph of K-Mart. Door prizes, donated by K-Mart, will be awarded. HOT SPRINGS Mrs. Azile Wrape of Little Rock, chairman of the organization services com- mission of the National Council of Catholic Womenl will speak on "The Functions of a Deanery" next Tuesday, Oct. 29, at a meeting of the Western Deanery Council of Women, hosted here by the Altar and Rosary Society of St. Mary of the Springs Church. The meeting, to be held in the Carroll Room, will open at 9 SEE AROUND oN PAGE 6 & Company, Inc. 1 glg Wst  7514183 P.O. Bx 475 I vev6 I As the Supreme Court Moved Three members of Holy Souls parish, Little Rock, figured in recent ceremonies rededicating the refurbished old Supreme Court chamber in the Arkansas State Capitol, where the High Court will meet pending completion of a new courtroom at the Justice Building. Msgr. Francis A. Allen, V.G., pastor of Holy Souls parish, gave the in- vocation. He is pictured above, second from left, with Edward L. Wright, right, a Souls communicant, who gave the address, with Secretary of State Bryant, second from right, who remodeling of the old chamber to the way i appeared when first used in 1912, Bryant's chief deputy and attorney, Madey, also a Holy Souls communicant. Arkansas Obituaries AMELIA CASSINELLI N. Little Rock -- A Mass of Christian Burial for Miss Amelia iCassinelli,. 77, of 301 West 16th Street was offered Oct. 15 in St. Patrick's Church here with the pastor, Father Joseph N. Doyle, V.F., as principal celebrant and Father Raymond R. Rossi and Father Ralph Bauer as concelebrants. In the sanctuary were His Excellency Bishop Albert L. Fletcher, former Bishop of Little Rock; Msgr. James P. Gaffney, a former pastor at St. Patrick's; Msgr. Claiborne Lafferty, Father James P. McDonnell and Father Alcuin Kubis, O.S.B. Miss Cassinelli, who was born in North Little Rock, a daughter of the late Louis D. and Elizabeth Bertoli Cassinelli, died Oct. 13. She is survived by a brother, Andrew B. Cassinelli and a sister, Miss Elizabeth L. Cassinelli, both of North Little Rock. Father Rossi is a cousin of the Cassinellis. Miss Cassinelli was a member of the Catholic Daughters and a charter member of St. Patrick's Altar Society. A Rosary service for the prominent business woman was conducted by Father Doyle in the Healey and Roth chapel the evening before the funeral. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery. Pallbearers were Robert D. Cassinelli, Andrew B. Cassinelli, Jr., David J. Cassinelli, Dennis R. Daven- port, Weldon K. Faulk and David Prince, Jr. -JOHN L. DOUGAN Springdale -- A Funeral Mass was offered Oct. 10 in St. Raphael's Church here for John Lawrence Dougan, 66, of 2205 Ina, a retired machinist who moved to Springdale from the Panama Canal Zone in 1968, was a life member of the Elks and who made Men's Cursillo No. 9 in Little Rock. The pastor, Father Milton R. Lange, of- ficiated. Mr. Dougan, a native of Maryville, Mo., who died suddenly Oct. 7, was a son of the late Michael J. and Mary Elizabeth Mahoney Dougan. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Audra C. Jones Dougan; a son, John P. Dougan of Washington, D.C. ; three brothers, Michael J. Dougan of Milwaukee, T.P. Dougan of Newport Beach, Calif., and Bernard Dougan of Torrance, Calif.; two sisters, Mrs. Samuel J. Moore of Omaha and Mrs. Kenneth H. Dickson of Moberly, Mo.; and five grandchildren. Burial was in St. Patrick Cemetery, Maryville, Mo. GEORGE KOCH Prairie View -- The funeral of George Koch, 81, of Prairie View, who died Oct. 13 in a Dardanelle hospital, was conducted Oct. 16 with a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Meinrad Church here. The pastor, Father Hilary Filiatreau, O .S.B., officiated. He conducted a Rosary service the previous evening in the Cox Funeral Home. Grandsons of Mr. Koch served the Mass. Mr. Koch is survived by his wife, Mary; four daughters, Mrs. Fred Forest of Subiaco, Mrs. David Rogers of Prairie View, Mrs. William Naegle of Scranton and Mrs. George Fritsche of Booneville; five sons, E.J. of Lunning, Nev., Edward of Prairie View, Gene of Little Rock, Dennis and Ray, both of Fort Smith; a sister Mrs. George Koenigseder of Scranton; six brothers Henry of Russellville, John of New Blaine, Bill of Scranton, Joe of Dardanelle, Herman of Scranton, Matt of Dardanelle, 54 grandchildren and four great -grandchildren. Burial was in St. Meinrad Cemetery with grandsons of Mr. Koch as pallbearers. CECILIA JANSEN Pocahontas -- A Mass of the Resurrection was celebrated in St. Paul's Church here for Miss Cecilia Jansen, a life-long resident of Pocahontas who was active in church and civic af- fairs until shortly before her death Oct. 6 in a local hospital. The pastor, Father Frederick B. Zarrilli, and Father Francis D. Colavechio, pastor of Blessed Sacrament parish, Jonesboro, concelebrated the Mass at which St. Paul's School choir sang under the direction of Siste r Julia, O.S.B., with Mark Baltz at the organ. Ollie DeClerk and Rainer DeClerk were accompanied in solos and duets by Mrs. Vitus Thielemeier, organist. Rosemary and Tamara and Nancy Goodwin, nieces of Miss Jansen, the offertory gifts and Jansen carried flowers her grandaunt's Acolytes were g: Nell Jansen was a reader. Miss Jansen is survived one brother, Martin J. two sisters, the Elizabeth and Mary and several nieces nephews. Burial was in St. Cemetery by McNabb Home. Pallbearers nephews Frank; Lain Larry, Pat, James M., C. and James W. Jansen. T.A. RUSSENBERGER Searcy -- A Mass of Burial was offered Oct. 6 io James Church here Timothy Allen 17, husband of Rebecca Doyle Russenberger Mr. and Mrs. Ernest berger of near died Oct. 5 after being from a tractor at his home. The pastor, F8 Reuben J. Groff, offere Mass. Mr. an ployee of Remington Manufacturing SEE OBITUARIES PA  CLINTON FURNITURIE CO. 919 Rogers Ave., Fort Phone 783-8281 Smith " OPEN 24 HOURS EVERY DAY e MIDLAND BOWL Kelley Hwy. & North 52 st.-785-2551 FORT SMITH OFFICE 16-18 SOUTH 6th STREET HEADQUARTERS FOR OFFICE FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT Mike Cullen-Bill Turner-Larry Biggs FORT Jerry Lambiotte,Juan Jordan PHONE Shop-At The FOOD CENTER PRODUCE EXCHANGE "For Those Who Care To Save " 1120 Garrison Fort Smith, Arkansas Fort