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PAGE4 ARKANSAS CATHOL~ OCFOBERZ7, 1991 P& I N i By Judy Hoelzeman Holy Rosiny in Stuttgart recently celebrated file feast of Our Lady of the Rosiny, patron- ess of the parish. A "living rosary" was held by the grotto on the church grounds and a pot- luck supper followed in the parish center. Parishioners also enjoyed the showing of movie films of Stuttgart in 1942. The Altar Society of St. Michael's in Elaerokee V'dlage invites all to take advantage of early Christmas shopping and to enjoy a deficious meal at its annual Christmas bazaar and luncheon on Friday, Nov. 1, and Saturday, Nov., 2 from 9 AM to 2 PM. Christmas deco- rations, wood crafts, knitted items, stuffed animals and toys and a ~ariety of baked goods and jellies will be sold. The luncheon will consist of vegetable soup, Polish sausage with sauerkraut, sandwiches, coffeecake and pie. There will also be a prize gg, eaway. St. Michael's is located near the south entrance to Cherokee Village on highway 62. "Sacraments" ~ be the theme of a deanery catechefical workshop to be held on Saturday, Nov. 9, from 9 AM to 3 PM. St. Michael's in Cherokee Village Hill host the event, which is offered for catechists in the Northeast deanery. Sessions ~ be presented by Sr. Mmgaret Meisner, SCN, Sr. Geraldine Homer, OSB, St. Maxine Vogan, DLF, and Sr. Maria Kleinschmidt, DC, diocesan director of religious education. The day also indudes lunch, served by St. Michael's parishioners. Registration should be made by Friday, Nov. 1. To register or for more information, call Sr. Cecelia Marie Shannon, OSB, at Cherokee Village, 257-2850 join St.John's parishioners in Russellville and help support St.John's elementary school at the third annual Spanfokd dinner to be held Saturday, Nov. 2, in the parish hall. Dinner -- whole hog rc~sted on a spit, and all the lximmings -~ will be served beginning at 4 PM. The price of the meal is $6 for adults; $3 for children; $18 maximum charge for a family. Family games will follow at 7:30 PM; babysitting Hill be provided.Jim Zydzik is chairing the event and invites all to partidpate. For more information, call the t~rish office, 967-3699. Christ the King in Little Rock Hill sponsor an "All Saints Festival" on Halloween night from 5:30 to 6:45 PM. Booths and games will honor different saints and children of the parish are encouraged to come dressed as their favorite saints. The parish has offered this ahernative Halloween celebration for several years. The Folk Choir of St. Joseph's in Pine Bhfff will deriver "singing telegrams" to local homes, offices, hospitals and retirement cen- ters for birthdays and other occasions. Dona- tions from the telegrams will be used to develop the parish's music ministry, which in.dudes several adult and children's choirs. For more information, call Jim Rinchuso at 5364552. Friends and relatives are invited to join St. Boniface parishioners in New Dixie for tta~ blessing of the cemetery on Sunday, Nov. 3, at 3 PM. Refreshments will be served in tla~ parish hall after the service. Cemetery blessings for the mission churches of St. Boniface wil be held as follows: St. Elizabeth in Adona, Sunday, Nov. 3 after the 11:30 AM Mass; St Francis in Little Italy, Sunday, Nov. 10 at 2 PM. Fr.James P. West is the pastor of all th~ parishes. The Women's Auxiliary of Immaculate Conception in Fort Smith will hold its anntO holiday bazaar Saturday, Nov. 2, from 9 AM to 7 PM in the parish annex-gym. A lunch d] homemade soup, combread and cobbler will be served from 11 AM to 1 PM and a lasa~I dinner with all the lrimmings will be served from 4:30 to 6:30 PM. The bazaar will feature a country store, stocked with homemade breads, rolls, cakd candies and pies. Also for sale will be needlecraft, Christmas decorations, arts and c ,l plants, children s gifts and more. Several prizes will be given away, induding a handcraflO],I quilt made by parishioners. Proceeds are used to help the Amdli~ provide altar breads a#I wines, linens, candles, vestments and other supplies. During the past year, the group als°/ purchased new carpet for the church. Ruth Bruick, who is chairing / the event, invites all to come and enjoy the day. Sonia Gutierrez, of Immaculate Conception in North Little Rock, has been named to the Student Board of Directors of Twin City Bank and also elected its secretary. Two hundred students applied for the board and Gutierrez was one of 16 chosen on the basis of leadership activities, grade point average and class rank, commu- nity service and a written essay. The student ~ is intended to serve as a link between the youth of the community and the bank's board of directors. The two boards will meet together once a month. The student board also plans and implements a service project during the year. Gutierrez, a senior at North Pulaski High School, who says her favorite role is serving as president of the school's Student Coundl, is also involved in Key Club, Math, Sdence and Art Clubs. She Governor's School. She is the daughter of Salvador and Sara Sonia GutierreZ studied art this summer ~t Gutierrez. The Home School Society of Immaculate Conception in Blytheville is busy preparing f0fI a carnival to be held Halloween night from 6 to 8 PM in the ~hool hall. Activities w~ indude a haunted house, pumpkin carving, cake walk, door prize drawing, and a costur0e contest. All children must be accompanied by an adult. On Saturday, Nov. 2, Immaculate Conception will sponsor a masquerade dance at 8 t'~1 in the school hall. Admission to the dance, for ages 17 and older, is $5 per person. SnaCl0 will be provided. Costumes are welcome but not required. The Women's Guild of Immaculate Conception inNorth Little Rock will hold a bnmcla at 10 AM, Nov. 3, in the "Beautiful You" Tea Room. Tickets are $8. For more infonnatiofl or reservations, call Linda Cassinelfi, 758-9868. L to R: Dale Ronnel and Elisa Escobar at Temple B'nai Israel. Sixth grade students from St. Mary School in North Little Rock recently visited Temple B'nai Israel in Little Rock. Dale Ronnel, a Temple congregant, explained the Torah to the students. Ann Page teaches the class. Mt. Mary to hold first rally of the year Little Rock - The Mt. St. Mary Athletic Boosters will sponsor the first Belles Sports pep Rally Wednesday, Oct. 30, from 6 - 8 PM in McAuley Center. Concession stand will ape~ at 6 PM and the rally will begin with MSM and CHS students at 7 PM.. 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