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PAGE4 ARKANSAS CA IOUC NOVENIBER18, 1990 By Judy Hoelzeman Our Lady of the Holy Souls in Little Rock recently added two staffmembers. Ambrose King is in charge of person- nel, building and financial manage- ment. King and his wife, Marge, moved to Little Rock from Rochester, MN, where he had been business adminis- trator at St. Francis of Assisi parish. P & III II II ies from Loyola University in Chicago. Plans are underway to build a new Catholic Student Center and Chapel on the Arkansas State University campus. Rev. Ernest Hardesty, pastor of Blessed Sacrament in Jonesboro and chaplain at the University, wants to obtain the names and ad- dresses of all ASU Catholic alumni to keep them informed of the progress toward the new student center and to invite their support of the project. Anyone with information about ASU alumni can call Hardesty at 932-2529. / Ambrose King (L), and Sr. Lee Ann McNally, RSM Sr. Lee Ann McNally, RSM, is the new Pastoral Assistant. She will be re- sponsible for spiritual enrichment for adults, the RCIA, liturgy and volunteers. A member of the Sisters of Mercy (St. Louis Province) since 1965, McNally has degrees from Maryville College in St. Louis, Loyola University in New Or- leans, and a Master's of Pastoral Stud- The CYO of Our Lady of As- sumption parish in Atkins will sponsor a pre-Thanksgiving dinner on Sunday, Nov. 18 from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM in the parish hall. Turkey and dressing and all the trim- mings will be served. The cost of the "all you can eat" meal is $6 for adults; $3 for children; family maximum, $18. All are welcome. For more information, call Joan Cannon at 641-7149. Mike Kyle, son of Norman and HgW Margie Kyle of St. Anne parish in Berryville, w a s awarded the rank of Eagle Scout at a recent cer- emony held in the church. Kyle is a member of Troop 188 in Green Forest, and his father is his Scoutmas- ter. For his Mike Kyle Eagle Scout project, Kyle surveyed the Berryville Memorial Park Cemetery, made a location map and wrote a brief biography of each veteran buried there. St. Mary's School in Paragould kicked off its year-long 100th anniversary cel- ebration recently with a potluck dinner in the parish hall. A party for St. Mary's school students will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 21 at 2 PM. A mittee is being formed to develop otherl activities for the anniversary year. St. Mark's parish in Monticello re- cently sponsored a "Youth Day" for area teens. The activities of the day, planned by Srs. Teresa Daly, De, and Maria Liebeck, De, both of Hamburg, fgcused on conservation and the environment. Rev. Dan Dorsey, GHM, pastor of St. Mark's, opened the morning session and Rev. Lou Franz, CM, of St. Justin in Star City, discussed the religious side of environmental responsibility. A slide show and an interpretive reading from Native American literature was also in- cluded. Unearthed at the afternoon scavenger hunt were various items lit- tering the church property. These were later used in role-playing activities. All food was served in washable tableware. No more plastic! Youth Days provide spiritual interaC" tion for southeast Arkansas teens and are held four times each school year. All are welcome. For more information on upcoming events, call 853-8991. The Men's Club of Immaculate Con" ception in Fort Smith will sponsor a Thanksgiving dance on Saturday, NoV. 24 at 7 PM at the Holiday Inn. The cost of admission is $15 per couple; all pa- rishioners and friends are invited, t AAA Emergency 8ervlce Visa & MasterCard accepted WRECIO q Inc. 851-1575 10505 Conway Hwy., NLR Charter a Bus! Any size bus available, from school bus to luxury air conditioned coaches. Houston-Bigelow Bus Unes Arrow Coach Lines 663-6002 or toll free 1-800-632-3679 2715 W. lOth St Little Rock Aaron Ross, Owner STEAK AND RED COAT TAVERN "Serving the best prime- rib for over 16 years..." 3 blocks west of NLR Holiday Inn. Open 5:30 - 10:00 pm Monday - Thursday 5:30- 10:30pro Friday & Saturday ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ACCEFIED JOE England, AR "Mr. Insurance.. all lines of coverage." Pocahontas n