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PAGE 4 ARKANSAS CATHOI.IC NOVEMBER 25. 1990 !1 By Judy Hoelzeman The I lome School Association of Our Lady of Fatima in Benton will sponsor its annual Christmas Craft Fair on Fri- day, Nov. 30, fi'om 1 to 9 PM, and on Saturday, Dec. 1, from 9 AM to 5 PM in the school gym. On Friday, a chili supper will be served from 5 to 8 PM. Hamburgers, hot dogs and nachos will" be sold on Saturday. Woodcrafts, weaving, quilting, ceramics, baskets and dolls, handcrafted by Arkansans from all over tile slate, will be the highlight of the lair. Admission is $1 per person, or $2 per family. Receipts for admission fees can be used as vouchers for pur- chasing crafts. Beginning Sunday, Dec. 2, the Mass schedule at Immaculate Conception in Fort Smith will change. The new schedule is as follows: Saturday evening, 5 PM; Sunday, 7:30, 10 and 11:45 AM. 8e 8 ~ The Sacred Heart CYO of Morrilton is participating in Foothpaste Express." The group collects toothpaste for the Conway County Care Center, an out- reach facility providing clothing and other necessities to families in need. Recently, the youth group raised over $1,000 for leukemia research by oper- ating a day-long roadblock. Carolyn Moll, Adult Advisor, served as Conway County Chair for the Leukemia Society l! parish center. Admission fees are per person, $3 per couple, and $6 pa family. All are welcome to join in the fun. Larry Miller/Petit Jean Country Headlight The Men's Club of Christ the King in Little Rock will meet on Thursday, Nov. 29 at 6:30 PM in the Parish Life Center. Dinner will be served and the group will discuss landscaping for the renovated church. All men of the parish are invited. The St. Edward Mother Sodaliq of St. Edward in Little Rock will hold its annual meeting and Christmas party in the church basement at 1:30 PM on Wednesday, Dec. 5. Baby and maternity clothing and other items for baby care will be collected for the St. Joseph workers. Christmas gifts will be ex" changed. M1 members are invited to attend. For more information, call Helen Wewer at 490-0159. , St. Mary parish in North Little RoCk L tO R: Kara Rowland, Angie Hoelzeman, Misty Beck, Carolyn Moll (advisor), ,,will hold its Arts & Crafts Fair on SatUr" and Ginny Kordsmeier of Sacred Heart CVO. day, Dec. 1, from Noon until 6 PM, and on Sunday, Dec. 2, from 9 AM until of America. After the Mass, all members enjoyed a PM in the Parish Center, 16th at Parker * * * * meal together with Pastor Rev. W. An- Catholic Daughters Court Victory drew Smith and Deacon Tim Massanelli. #564 of St. Joseph in Pine Bluff served * * * * as lectors, Eucharistic Ministers and gift St. Patrick CYO of North Little Rock bearers at the TV Mass on Catholic will sponsor a Family Dance on Satur- Daughter Sunday celebrated last month, day, Dec. 1, from 7 to 11 PM in the Sts. r..sP. 1 Laundry & Cleaners 917 Main Street Pine Bluff . 535-0623 ]/ Tile&Slate Roofing // H Heating & Ventilating Systems * Laundering // H1508 Scott St. Little Rock 6th & Cherry, Pine Blurt District Manager and Agency opportunities available in the Little Rock and greater Arkansas area. Check the opportuni- ties of a Fraternal Insurance Company on the move! Up-to- date products, benefits package and sales incentives. All replies confidential. Send resume to The Catholic Knights of America, 3525 Hampton Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri 63139, or call (314) 35i-1029, Ext. 24 --T .... .al t - - - --- .dL I I 7, ~"