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THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 7, 1969 PAGE 7 g Banner Chapel Conn. (NC) -- A Sis- whose liturgical ban- won her a national re- is designing one for the of the Astronauts to at Cape Kennedy, Fla. Maria Edward, stationed of Mercy novitiate a banner to hang chapel for the use of and their families. The worship cen- also have a separate, for public use. Little R0ck's Christ the King Bazaar Slated Tomorrow German Exploitation Of Italians 5cored Little Rock -- Mrs. Robert Nord is chairman of the Christ the King Ladies' Guild holiday bazaar, to be held tomorrow, November 8, in Fletcher Hall, St. John's Catholic Center here. Hours are from 9:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Assisting Mrs. Nord will be Mrs. Virgil Waldrof, co-chair- man. On sale will be indoor and out- door Christmas decorations; Christmas tree skirts, angels, candles, flower arrangements, wo- men's scarves; aprons; de- coupage; ceramics, toys andnov- elties of all kinds. A hand made Catholic Families Chosen Farm Families of Year farm families have their counties' 1969 ' of the Year" award. Mr. and Mrs. Mathew 12 children of AI- County and Mr. Richard Plugge and children who live in in Johnson County. Mrs. Post were pre- Farm Family award nual Ozark Chamber of net. Harold Oakes, agent, presented and gave a resume of farming activities. have seven sons and They are Mathew, Peter and Paul, Joseph, and An- girls are Agnes Suzanne, Eli- Jacqueline. farm 332 acres on "s Mountain, including 96 grapes for Mathew Post Inc., which is now pro- 275,000 gallons per Post works in cooperation University of Arkansas Station on grape pro- variety selection. The raises beef cattle and has about 20 head. who is mayor of Al- as chairman of the directors of Franklin Association for He is now executive of the Franklin County ment Authority, a of the Subiaco Alumni and a member of Ab- Council for the Aca- cPhost family attends St. Urch where Mr. Post is He is also a member Knights of Columbus, Council, and the St. ociety. the former Eliza- rr of Charleston, is ac- ch, school and civic children attend Rt Subiaco Academy, St. in Fort Smith, Ozark. They also work in the home and in the ment, he purchased equipment to irrigate 400 acres of cropland this year. This equipment was in steady use last summer due to ex- tremely dry weather. The entire family is active in community living and are mem- bers of Sacred Heart Church. Mr. Plugge has served in positions of leadership in his church, and is a member of the Knights of Col- umbus, Clarksville Council. He is a city alderman in Hartman, director of the Johnson County Farm Bureau for the past six years and is president of the Farm Bureau. He is president of the St. Boniface parish Men's Club, a member of Subiaco Academy Alumni Society and a leader in the CCD Discussion Club. Mrs. Plugge, the former Betty Ruston, is a convert to Catho- licism. She holds positions of leadership in the church, is a project leader for the Hartman- Coal Hill 4-H Club and is presi- dent of the Christian Mothers' Society. In addition to her house work, she drives the three young- er children to Holy Redeemer Parochial School, 10 miles away in Clarksville. The three boys are serving as altar boys in their church and they are members of the 4-H Club. The girls are also members of 4-H. The Plugges live on the farm that Richard worked and opera- ted when he graduated from Su- biaco Academy. He and his fam- ily live with his father, John Plugge, who is still active in farm partnership and operates a grocery store in Hartman. The Plugges will be honor guests at a banquet to be held by the Clarksville Chamber of Com- merce later this year. German See Suing Ex-Priest for Libel Cologne, Germany (NC) -- The archdiocese of Cologne has filed a criminal libel suit against a former Benedictine priest who left the Catholic Church for Protes- tantism. The suit charges Edmund Stef- fensky andpersonnel of the Cologne newspaper Koelner Stadt-Anzeiger with libel in connection with an interview in which Steffensky was quoted as stating that "it is not true that Catholic priests are not 'married' " and adding that"many are married" and enjoying "a thousand things," including "good eating and drinking", girl friends and homosexuality. The press office of the arch- diocese made the announcement of the suit when Steffensky mar- ried a Protestant theologian, Mrs. Dorothee Soelle, a divorced wo- man with three children, in a Luth- eran church. Mrs. Plugge's five chil- three sons, Mike, 14, and Charles II, and Cynthia, 10, and work together in a farm of 870 acres in They have 480 acres Soybeans, cotton, oats, Wheat. The remainder, is in pastureland with herd of 50 cows and follows demonstra- varieties of soybeans resistant to nematodes. his fertilizer appUca- soil test and follows an d chemical weed con- in his overation. najor farm improve- afghan will be given away. Neighborhood chairmen who have been helping with arrange- ments are Mrs. Gregory Elsken, Mrs. Otis Cutler, Mrs. Mark Kitchens, Mrs. B. Hogan, Mrs. Richard Lanford, Mrs. Gerald Brazina, Mrs. Bill Greenwood, Mrs. Jerry Thomas, Mrs. Walter Selakovick, Mrs. K. M. Kreth, Mrs. Robert Dix, Mrs. John Fitzgerald and Mrs. Lee Shell- meier. An attendance prize of a week- end, Friday and Saturday nights, at any Holiday Inn of the re- ceiver's choice, will be given away at 4:30 P.M. There will be no admission charge and free coffee will be served. Mrs. Robert Nard Frankfurt, Germany (NC) -- Italian priests who provide pas- toral care for their compatriots working in West Germany have charged that these workers are being exploited, particularly with regard to housing. The priests have appealed to their "German friends," the gov- ernment and churches for action in solving the "extremely diffi- cult, urgent problem" of the Ital- ian workers in this country. The priests claimed that the workers are exposed to "infamous explo- itation" in the matter of housing. Of the 1.5 million foreign work- ers employed in West Germany, 400,000 are Italians. They are cared for by 105 Italian priests. i RK SHOPPING Located in the center of Holy Souls and Good Counsel Parishes ... Every service at your fingertips... Plenty FREE Parking ... 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