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PAGE 4 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC NOVEMBER 24, 199! P& II I II II By Judy All are invited to join St. Mary's parishioners in St. Irmeent (HauJeville) for presentations by Bob and Penny Lord of Slidell, LA. The Lords will speak at 2 PM on Sunday, Dec. 1 in the church, which is located on Highway 95 (north of Morrilton). Topics will include 'lae Body of Christ," The Mother of Christ," and I'he Church of Christ." The couple have published several books and currently host three telelvision series for the Eternal Word Televi- sion Network. "Ihey travel all over the U.S. and Mexico, giving lectures and workshops on their books. For more information, call Marie Noll at 354-5523. New officers for the Junior C5~ of Mountain Home are: Cathy Hahn, president; Brigid Regan, vice-president; Andrea Ferro, secre- tars/, Sarah Fenske, devotional leader and Kim McWdliams, photog- St. Boniface School in Fort Smith zation and is compiling the names graduates. All graduates are asked to call is forming an alumni organi- and addresses of all former the school at 783-6031. Christ the King parish in Fort Smith will annual Thanksgiving Dance on Saturday, Nov. 30; from 8 PM to midnight. The cost is $20 per couple or $10 per single. The dance will be held in the parish hall. Eight students from Christ the King School qualified for the Presidential Physical Fimess award last spring. They are: Alan Dickinson, Derek Eckelhoff, Jason Hatcher, L}aalee Newman, Ricky Murphy, Misty Dressendorfer, Stacie Jones and Robin Harding. Tweh,e stu- dents qualified for the national Physical Fit- ness Award. Christ the King School has been named a Physical Fitness Champion for the state of Arkansas tlu'ee times. The program is sponsored by the President's Council on Ph)si- cal l~tness and Sports. sponsor its second Robert A. Gunther, a freshman at Catholic High School for Bo)s, has earned the Eagle Scout rank. Gunther, 14, and his parents, Paul and Cindy Gunther, all are members of St. Theresa's parish hi Little Rock For his Eagle Scout project, Gunther helped construct a 160- foot walkway on the property of St. Theresa's school. He is a member of Troop 198. Newly elected officers of St.Joseph's parish council in Conway are Raymond Henze, presi- dent; Jim Luyet, vice-president; and Mmy JoRobert Simon, secretary. Henze and Luyet are both graduates of St. Joseph High School and of the University of Cen- tral Arkanms at Conway. Simon also graduated from UCA and is a substitute teacher at St. Joseph's. Each officer serves for one year in the elected position, but each member serves on the council for four years. Twenty-five new members recently attended the first meeting of the Mondson Bluff/tSrairie View/Scranton CYO. Fr. Raphael DeSalvo, OSB, pastor, opened the meeting with a prayer. Joann Lynch and Susan Johnson explained the function of a C'30 group. Officers elected were Heath Spillers, president' Jamie Fox, vice- president; Leslie Koerdt, secretary; and Angle Fritsche, treasurer. Christ the King church in Little Rock will celebrate its parish feast day on Sunday, Nov. 24. Eucharisdc celebrations will be at 8 and 10 AM and at 12 noon. A complimenlary breakfast will be served from 8:30 to 11:30 AM in the parish family life center. Parishioners have been encouraged to use speciallpprinted cards to invite their friends from outside the parish to attend the feast day Mass and activities. Also at Christ the King, the annual interfaith ~g worship service will be held Wednesday, Nov. 27 at 7:30 PM. Included in the service will be the west Little Rock congregations of Annundation Greek Orthodox, Christ the King, the Muslim Association of Arkansas, St. James United Methodist, Second Pres- byterian, Temple B'nai Israel, Unitarian Universalist and Westover Hills Presbyterian. Music will be provided by Christ the King's choir. An offering will be collected which will benefit the Regional AIDS Interfaith Network (R.A.I.N.). The Knights of Columbus of Immaculate Conception in Blytheville will sponsor a "pan- tly filler dinner" on Tuesday, Nov. 26. Admis- sion charge is a sack of non-perishable food items. The food collected will re-stock the parish pantry which provides food for needy people in the Blytheville area. Immaculate Conception parishioners will conduct an "A&'ent Friends" program begin- ning Sunday, Dec. 1. Each person or family who participates is assigned another person or family ,as "Advent Friends_.." ~d deeds, let- ters, cards and gifts ,'u-e exchanged anony- mously between the "friends: until the feast of Epiphany on Jan. 5, when the names of "Ad- vent friends" are revealed. Sao'ed Heart of Jesus parish in Hot Springs Village collects and sells aluminum cans and uses the plx~ceeds to buy altar flowers and deco- rations. AI mad Mary Miller sell the cans; Bette Whalen decorates the altar. St. Maly's parishioners in Alms will continue a tradition begun well over 80 years ago with Gunther their annual Thanksgiving Day Celebration on They, Nov. 28, in Lawrence Hall. The day will begin with the celebration of Mass at 10 AM by pastor Ft. Hilary F'diatreau, OSB. A traditional thanksgiving dinner, featuring baked turkey and ham, will be served from 11 AM to 1 PM. Also planned are a quilt auction, bazaar, fish pond and a prize giveaway. All are invited to join the festivities. im _ JOINT q Real Estate, Inc. 56525700 Marjorit Huntcker Olin Wahrmumt ! We can help y0u any i 0pt th s t0r Mul e Using Semco WeA o B /Houses Manage P aa Prope /, you VA-HUO rl [] The Book of __PSALMS The Book of Psalms and other fine ifi books available at Ttid Bookmark. The Bookmark - a source for meaningful books and gifts. Please stop by. - ookmark 1000 N. Mi~i~l~i At 9.. M~rk's Episolml Church 10 AM- 5 PM'Mon.- FrL, 10 AM -'2 PM Saturday Open following services on Sunday Complete boot and shoe repair... We repair most leather goods. DON'S DOWNTOWN SHOE SERVICE 311 West 7th Street Utile Rock 378-0228 Mon.-Ffl. 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM ; Sat.9 AM - to I PM LaVerne and Richard Meeks will new their wedding vows the 10 AM Thanksgiving Day at St. John the Baptist Church Hot Springs. The couple were mat ried Thanksgiving Day, 1941, by F! Charles B. McCoy. Their dau are Mimi Bibb, Nancy DuPriest Angie Edwards; sons are Paul and Rob. The Meeks have 1t grandchildren and two 9 children. Untold Stories & D~qce - Told Tales Arkansas Catholic is accepting ~ort manuscripts for our third annual Christmas edition, to be published Dec. 22. Manuscripts should be no more than 750 words (shorter is better) and should include name, address and daytime phone number. Deadline is Dec. 2. Writing style should be infor- mal. All manuscripts will be subject to editing for length and darity. Submit nmnuscxipts to: Deborah Halter, Editor Arkansas Catholic P.O. Box 7417 Little Rock 72217 STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES I " | Home Office B0om~gton, II~d$ Mike Van Vranken, CLU, ChFC Member, Christ the King Parish 225-1002 Office or 225-5827 Residence 301 N. Shackelford Rd. Little Rock, AR 72211