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By Judy Hoelzeman P & I H began with eight women in 1970, h' : supported the parish and the school [ The CYO of Immaculate Conception many ways through the years. This yeata [ parish in Blytheville recently hosted a per. The day ended with a dance. Twelve members of St. Benedict CYO they presented a special anniversary [ deanery gathering for CYOs from * * * * of Subiaco recently enjoyed an over-of $20,000 to the parish to pay f0t [ northeastern Arkansas. The theme for Pigs will be roasted right on the parish night trip to Eureka Springs to see the carpeting in the church. ) | the day was "The Rainbow of God's grounds as St. John's in Russellville Passion Play. The group also attended * * * * ! Love," and the guest speaker was Rev. David LeSieur, diocesan Director of Vocations. He was also the celebrant of the Mass which followed a business meeting. JosieJenson and Melanie Kees of Immaculate Conception provided music for the Mass. The group also enjoyed games and a hamburger sup- "To serve as we would be served" Roller Funeral Home H vay 5 N. & Walker Rd. Mountain Home, 425-2161 Roller-Drummond Funeral Home 901 Marshall Little Rock, 374-0251 Roller-Owens Funeral Home 5509 J.EK. Blvd. North Little Rock, 374-0312 Roller-Daniel Funeral Home 411 E. Race Street Searcy, 268-3546 Roller-McNutt Funeral Home 8th Avenue & Vine Conway, 327-7727 Roller-McNutt Funeral Home Highway 65 South Clinton, 745-2151 prepares for its second annual "Spanferkel" dinner. "Spanferkel" (German for roasted pig) will be held Saturday, Nov. 10 from 4 to 7 PM in the Msgr. Maus Parish Center. The meat will be prepared by parishioners who have won local pig-roasting con- tests. Potatoes, sauerkraut, dessert and rolls will also be served. Tickets for the dinner are $5 for adults and $2.50 for children, with a $15 minimum for families. The event, which is a benefit for St. John's School, will also include raffle of arts and crafts prizes and family games. The annual memorial Mass for the deceased members of the St. Edward Mother Sodality will be celebrated at St. Edward church in Little Rock on Sunday, Nov. 11 at 10:30 AM. A brunch, prepared by Freda Harness and a committee, will be served in the church basement immediately after Mass. All Sodality members and their spouses are invited to attend. For more information, call Helen Wewer at 490- 0159. St. Benedict CYO, Sublaco. Dennis Kellar, M.S. of New Life Counseling Services CUSTOM - DpRINTING I :=[ co. ------1 c r.uo ] I Form, ! ---1 I Program~, ........ ~ Letterhe,~ls [ PLANNED & i I PRODUCED ~ Wedding i FOR YOUR NEEDS Serving Arkansas families for more than a century. 18th & Pike Avenue - NLR Mass at St. Elizabeth church, then finished the day with games and sightseeing. All are invited to take advan- tage of early Christmas shop- ping and enjoy delicious food at "A Very Special Bazaar" at the Immaculate Conception parish center in North Little Rock. The event is sponsored by the parish Arts and Crafts Guild, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary. The bazaar begins with an opening prayer by pastor Msgr.John O'Donnell at Roller-Citizens Funeral Home 201 Pine West Memphis, 735-1000 W. Memphis Funeral Home 13th & Thompson West Memphis, 735-5040 Roller-Cox Funeral Home 313 Walnut Paris, 963-6188 Roller-Cox Funeral Home Rogers & Poplar Clarksville, 754-2201 Roller-Swift Funeral Home Highway 61 South Osceola, 563-6578 Northside Funeral Home 103 N. Shippen Osceola, 563-2758 Roller-England Funeral Home 202 Stuttgart H vay (165E) England, 842-3939 Bull Shoals Roller Funeral Home 1409 H Nay 178 Bull Shoals, 445-4257 Roller-Citizens Funeral Home 508 Plaza West Helena, 572-2571 Roller-Citizens Funeral Home 134 West Main Marianna, 295-2528 6 PM Friday, Nov. 9 and con- tinues on Saturday, Nov. 10 L tO R: Msgr. John O'Donnell and Marcellll from 9 AM to 6 PM. On Friday Nofziger, Treasurer of Immaculate Conceptl0n evening, authentic Mexican Arts and Crafts .Guild. food prepared by Natalia Luna will be served from 6 to 9 PM. On Saturday, the parish Men's Club will sponsor a "Taster's Lanch" from 11 AM to 1 PM featuring gumbo, stew, soup and chili. Thanksgiving and Christmas decorations and a wide variety of hand- made gift items will be on sale. The Arts and Crafts Guild, which of[er g Chrtstlan Counsellng for the CHILD- ADOLESCENT- ADULT Member of Christ the King Parish Licensed by AR Board of Examiners in Pmjeholo~t. Member ?~ssoc. of Christian Therapists. Over 20 yrs. experience, 13 in private pracUce 1501 N. University - Suite 910 Little Rock, 72207 (501) 664-3010 The Catholic Womens' Union Arkansas will meet Wednesday, Nov. 1 at Holy Redeemer church in Clark illt' Desserts and coffee will be served. St. Boniface parish in New Dixie sponsor a spaghetti dinner on Sat day, Nov. 10 from 4 to 7:30 PM in parish hall. The dinner will be by a dance 8 PM to midni music by the "Country Boys" Ferndale. Price of admission is $5 adults and $2.50 for children six older. (Under six - free). The event sponsored by the Knights of Columb For more information, contact MP Nutt at 759-2399. ,j The Women's Club of St. john parish in Huntsville will sponsOr Christmas Bazaar on Saturday, Nov. !o0 from 9 AM to 3 PM at the commUVlff Center. A barbeque and gumbo lun d oO0' will be served and crafts, bake g F0t [ and "white dephanC items w ll be b [ sale. There will be a drawing for a q ilt [ e and oil painting at 3 PM. Arlen ' I is chairing the event. Proceeds go | ward the projects of the Women's C,10, | [ ' ii Remember to se d II I1: a copy_of, lit I[ your parish Uul!etir l]i to ]l P" O. Box 7417 H II L, ttle Rock 11[ II 72217