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November 28, 1969

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THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 28, 1969 PAGE 7 !t's Happening Around Diocese LITTLE ROCK Police Gale Weeks and Zook of the Little Rock )artment were luncheon week of St. Edward's body, the faculty and )r, The Rev. Alcuin Kubis, After the luncheon they the primary grades and general safety the attitude children toward law enforce- BATESVILLE of St. Mary's Altar :net recently in Blessed Hall with The Rev. P. Strassle as modera- Were made for a bazaar sale Saturday, December parish hall. A Christ- was also discussed. Sses for the meeting were Collins and Mrs. Wal- The next meeting will 10. LITTLE ROCK nt of dou- was held Novem- at the Scipio A. Jones Gymnasium for the Volleyball Lea- At the end of the day's only six points sep- St. Bartholo- from the runner-up St. Augustine (4-2). score of the final the three sets in which competed was 15-9. to this championship set, had eliminated St. 3-2), the tourney's third who in turn had twice Obituary Half of Public School 99.Year-Old Anna Kileen Dies in Hot Springs Pupils in C.C.D. Hot Springs--Funeralservices Green Bay, Wisc. She was active body to Wautoma, where another Philadelphia (NC) -- The Phil- for Mrs. Anna Kileen, 99, were until a few months ago, attending rosary service was held Novem- adelphia archdiocese's Confra- held November 22, in St. Joseph's Mass every Sunday at St. Mary's ber 21 at the Gault-Patters0n ternity of Christian Doctrine re- Church, Wautoma, Wisc., with The Church, where she was the oldest Mortuary Chapel. ligious education program reach- Rev. George Wiex, a retired pas- member. Another daughter, Mrs. V. P. ed 47,875 of 80,760 Catholic chil- tor, in charge. Burial was in the A rosary service was conducted Alcott of Shoreham, Wisc., sur- dren enrolled in public schools family plot in Oaklawn Cemetery, November 19 in the Gross Mor- rives. Mrs. Kileen also leaves in 1968, Father Raymond J. Tel- Berlin, Wisc.,Mrs. Kileen'sbirth- tuary Chapel with The Rev. Msgr. six grandchildren and nine great ler, archdiocesan CCD director, place. James P. Gaffney, V.F., pastor grandchildren. Her two sons reported. The enrollment repre- Mrs. Kileen died November 17 of St. Mary's, in charge. Mrs. Roy E. Kileen and Earl F. Kileen serifs an increase of more than in Hot Springs, where she had Kileen was a member of the preceded her in death. Her has- 7,000 over the previous year. made her home for the past 16 Third Order of Carmel and wore band, the late Edward F. Kileen, months with her daughter. Miss the brown and white habit of the was a Wisconsin state senator and Ruth Kileen, a retired teacher from order in her casket, district attorney for Wanshara Miss Kileen accompanied the County. Catholic Daughters Plan Little Rock Retreat Day Sr,.g Arkansas Music Lovers[or Over 50 Years Little Rock--The annnal day of Lady of Perpetual Help, will be @ BENSBERG, S retreat sponsored by the Catholic held Sunday, December 7, at Daughters of America, Court Our Catholic High School, 6300 Lee Music Store, Inc. Avenue. The Rev. John F. Doyle, Gr-RARD I. BENSBERG 'FHoMAs F_.DISOH BNSI}ERG defeated Good Counsel (4-2), the Court chaplain, will conduct the 313 Jefferson, S.W. TE 6-6844 Camden fourth place team. retreat. The season and tourney win- Extensive plans are being made ners were awarded trophies by by the committee to make this an the league's sponsor, theCath- outstanding day of devotion. Reg- CAMDEN olic Interracial Council of Grea- istration will begin at 8:30 A.M. ter Little Rock, at a pot luck with Mass at 9 A.M. dinner at St. Bartholomew School Following the Mass, coffee and L DORADO cafeteria last Sunday. sweet rolls will be served. Those attending are requested to bring a NORTH LITTLE ROCK sack lunch for noon. Ruyer" Guide Father Doyle will present a The Catholic Youth Organization film strip with dialogue on the of St. Anne's parish will sponsor Mass. This starts with Holy a hayride and dance this Saturday, Thursday's Last Supper and des- Shop with your Hometown November 29, at St. Ann's parish cribes the Liturgy through the hall. The hall is located at Camp ages to our present day Mass. Robinson and Remount Roads. Mu- Psalms and hymns will be Guardian Advertisers sic will be furnished by "Six and sung at the Mass with Miss Es- the Single Girl." The price ofad- telle Forst at the organ. Miss tt DORADO -- HMy Reaeemer Church. Sunday CAMDEN-St. Louis Church. 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