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ARKANSAS CATHOLIC NOVEMBER 4, 1990 PAGE 5 St. Augustine to sponsor musical concert t. Augustine Altar Society: Top, L To R: Celeste Williams, Sheila Campbell, Inda Townsend and Rosalyn Pruitt; bottom: Ida Shields, Catherine Perkins, Urteal Pruitt and Ethel Baker. North Little Rock - The Usher Board fst- Augustine church in will sponsor a musical concert featuring the "Spirit of the Twelfth Choir" on Sunday, Nov. !1 at 3 PM at the church, 1421 E. ~eCond St. Admission is free and all are invited to enjoy the spirit-filled COSpel choir. For more information, Call the church office, 375-9617. St. Augustine Altar Society recendy celebrated Diocesan Council of Catho- lic Women Sunday with an afternoon prayer service and reception. A Halloween Haunted House, spon- sored by the St. Augustine GCD, offered trips through the haunted house, then a supper of hot dogs and punch m all for only $11 Belles plans,alumnae - : Little Rock - The Annual Mt. St. Mary ~tlmnae-Belles basketball game will be tie" - "~ t itl Friday, Nov. 9, at 7 PM in the ~e-Auley Center. The annual game uetWeen present MSM Belles basketball players and e om former Bell s pr ises tertainment for all. The current MSM erleaders and Rockettes will provide f'time entertainment. game will be preceded by the omrd Annual Dinner Belles Chili Pper sponsored by the MSM Booster El ab from 5-7 PM in the school caf- ere" rta. Tickets are $4 for adults and $2 children under 12. The Alumnae Spirit competition will be held again this year. The alumnae class with the most members in atten- dance will have their class's name placed on the Alumnae Spirit plaque. Admission to the game will be a $1 donation for the McAuley Center Fund. All former Belles and MSM/CHS cheerleaders are invited to participate. A "practice" wtll be held Sunday, Nov. 4, from 6-7:30 PM at McAuley Center. Alumnae interested in playing or cheering are asked to contact co-chairs Karen Wortsmith Zap ('68), 663-4753 or Lisa Hendon Strack, 851-7822. a Knight today. Can do more for your ~h, community and ~rc'~ man as a Knight-x Columbus. the challenges, and security of ) in the world's most Catholic fraternal k. Be a Knight today ! Otrt the Knights "Columbus. i,m. out &. marl to: State Merrd~ersidp , JIM ZYDZIK - 23 Rfdgettmod AR 7280 I. TeL# CatlmlicKNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Family. Fraternal ........ Call ...... JOE DOLAN : INSURANCE England, AR Sunday, Nov. 4 - Dedication of St. Mary's Medical Center, Bella Vista. Monday, Nov. 5 -In office. Tuesday, Nov. 6 - School Mass, St. John's, Russellville, 9 AM. Wednesday, Nov. 7 -In office; Con- firmation, Our Lady of Good Counsel Church, 7 PM. Thursday, Nov. 8 -In office. Friday, Nov. 9 - School Mass, St. Edward's, Little Rock, 8 AM; in office. Saturday, Nov. 10 - 11 AM, Mass for Msgr. Joseph M. Burns' 65th anniversary of priesthood, St. John's, Hot Springs. Emma L Barnes, 87, Pine Bluff, died Oct. 20. Sons: Arthur A. McCourt, Charles L. McCourt; eight grandchil- dren; two great-grandchildren. Ed Hatwig, 85, Paris, died Oct. 19. Sisters: Marie Bauer, Subiaco, Rose Pechacek, Los Angeles, CA, Kathryn Turnbeaugh, Fort Smith; brothers: Al- bert, Paris, George "Sonny", Ballego, CA; half brother: Joe, Porterville, CA. A1 W. Seiter, 60, Fort Smith, died Oct. 17. Daughters: Kay DeWitt, Pocola, OK, Sandy Seiter, Allene Lux, Fort Smith, Suzy Brotherton, Barling; five grand- ch dren. - LorettaJ. Lip~meyer Hess, 88, North Litde Rock, died Oct. 21. Daughter: Rose Schlatterer, North Little Rock; Sons: Gus, North Little Rock, Edward T., Conway; ten grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. Michael Hartnett Rohrbach, 49, Little Rock, died Oct. 19. Wife: Betty K.; son: Erik, San Diego, CA; daughter: Blair, Little Rock. Jack Laverne White, 57, Springdale, died Oct. 16. Wife: Patricia Laue White; son: Timothy William, Springdale; daughters: Deborah White Kirkley, Dallas, TX, Julie Dianne White, Springdale. 121 N. Court Carlisle. AR Harold Lewis, Pharmacist Pat Cook, Pharmacist 552- 7837 If There's a Will There's a .. to help future generations 0f Ar . Creating a memorial through your will is one of the most popular and convenient ways of giving to the community after your death. By remembering St. Vincent Infirmary Medi- cal Center, you are meeting your charitable goals AND you are providing future genera. tions access to the compassionate, quality healthcare they need. Whefi planning for your future, remember the future of those you leave behind. And remember St. Vincent Infirmary Medical Center. Call 660-2380 to talk about planning your will or return the attached coupon (with no obligation). Clip and return to the St. Vincent Develop- ment Foundation, 5520 W. Markham, Little Rock, AR 72205-3300. Please send me more information on: [] How Your Will Can Last Forever [] Your Estate Planning Guide [] Giving Through Life Income Plans Name : Address City. State ZiR ....... Phone =..=,,..j