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THE GUARDIAN, DECEMBER 6, 1974 PAGE 3 Happening and Around the Diocese LITTLE ROCK The 21 Club will hold its an- Christmas party at 8:30 Saturday, Dec. 14, in the Counsel parish cafeteria. and refreshments will be Club members, and single adults are according to Mary Ann For further in- Miss Kennedy may e contacted at 666-6582. McGEHEE There have been many ac- among McGehee and Catholics recently. The CYO sponsored a chili Nov. 8 in the parish hall. deanery in McGehee Nov. 17. A Mass and refreshments the business meeting. Dumas CYO raised funds Hallowe'en candy. flowship meetings were following Wednesday aing devotions in the of the Blessed Virgin ary Church, Dermott. A dinner was served 10 for Holy Child parish, in Merchants and Farmers Bank meeting room. A raffle in McGehee raised funds for sanctuary needs. LITTLE ROCK The Third Order Secular of Our Lady of Mount Carmel will meet Sunday, Dec. 8, at 2:15 P.M. in the Carmelite Monastery, 7201 West 32nd Street. A religious discussion will be followed by a con- ference, Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament and a business meeting. Persons interested in the Carmelite tertiary prayer life may attend. FORT SMITH Three students of Sister Roberta Hyland, O.S.B., of St. Scholastica's Education Center won top honors in the recent Christmas Card Design Com- petition, sponsored by the Fort Smith Arts Center. First, second and third prizes were awarded respectively to John Lindquist, Todd McGowan and Brad Faulkner. Honorable mention was given Julie White, Jeanne Didion and Regina Stringer. Four hundred young PORTRAITS   FOR CHRISTMAS I - From- For A Wonderful   Ben Red people entered the competition. Display of the art will continue at the Arts Center exhibition gallery through Christmas. LITTLE ROCK The Catholic Business. Women's Club of Greater Little Rock will hold a dinner meeting at the Hotel Sam Peck Monday, Dec. 9, at 6:15 P.M. A Christ- mas Message will be delivered by the chaplain, Father Joseph Doyle. Miss Elizabeth Rose will be the chairman of the program. CLARKSVILLE Food gifts for the poor were carried to the sanctuary of Holy Redeemer Church here during the offertory procession of the Thanksgiving Day Mass. The pastor, Father Sebastian Beschoner, O.S.B., sang "Whatsoever You Do" during the procession. Mrs. U.E. Nelson later delivered the food to the needy. LITTLE ROCK One of 15 art works on display in the rotunda of the State Capitol here through December is by Regina Stringer, daughter of G.W. Stringer of 220 Knox: ville, Fort Smith, a seventh Abortion Debate Set Tonight at UALR Little Rock -- An informal debate on abortion will be conducted tonight, Friday, Dec. 6, at 8 o'clock in the Student Union Lounge of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, under the auspices of the UALR Student Activities Board. Favoring abortion will be Dr. E. Stewart Allen, an ob- stetrician and gynecologist, and Mrs. Arlene Heath, former chief legal counsel to the Arkansas Securities Depart- ment. Opposing abortion will be two members of the board of the Arkansas Right to Life Com- mittee, Dr. Rosemary Brandt, a psychiatrist, and A.Jack Reynolds, administrator of St. Vincent Infirmary. Ed Grin, a UALR physics instructor, will be program chairman. Selection of fine Studio, inc. GIFTS and ACCESSORIES TAKE A LOOK AT   z].z5 West 4th St. 11 FREE - OFF STREET grade pupil who studies art under Sister Roberta Hyland, O.S.B., of St. Scholastica's Education Center. Regina's work was entered in the Governor's Award Program by Sister Roberta, who was invited to exhibit at the recent second annual Little Rock Arts, Crafts and Design Fair. former member of the Pulaski County Area School Board, has received a citation from the parish school board. A plaque, citing his service to diocesan education, was presented to him by Dennis Davenport, president of the Immaculate Conception School Board. LITTLE ROCK "The monthly Day of Re'collection for women of central Arkansas will be held Wednesday, Dec. 11, in the Carmelite Monastery chapel, 7201 West 32nd Street. Con- fessions will be heard at 9:30 A.M. Mass will be offered at 10. A conference, led by Father Joseph Correnti, associate 5600 'R' Street! 'FREE DELIVERY  Phone 374-1746 COMPLETE TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS - BUSINESS AND GROUPS * Tickets * Reservations * Hotels * Car Rentals * Tours -- AT REGULAR RATES -- R. S. "BOB" PETERS Posting Current Information Kathleen Bajorek, a resident assistant in Catherine Hall at the University of Dallas, posts current information con- cerning student government meetings. An Arkansas high school senior will be able to follow Miss Bajorek, a politics major and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bajorek, 3611 lvendale, North Little Rock, at the University of Dallas next fall as the recipient of the 1975 Diocesan Council of Catholic Women scholarship, valued at $7,200. The award is a full-tuition scholarship but does not defray the cost of room find board, about $1,200 yearly. Every Catholic senior in Arkansas, attending a public or Catholic high school and belonging to a parish affiliated with the DCCW, is eligible to apply. The application deadline is Jan. 15, 1975. Requests for applications and information should be addressed to Mrs. J. G. Dickson, 628 Skyline Drive, North Little Rock, Ark. 72116. Dillard't Bannister of Fort Smith; a Vl'lh 11 I daughter, Mrs. Judith Ann JeopJe Pettigrew of Fort Smith; a sister, Mrs. Helen Pemberton of North Little Rock, and five grandchildren. Burial in National Cemetery at Fort Smith. Pallbearers were Joe McClarty, Frank Kline, Marvin Baldwin, Johnny Brannon, Bob Brown, Pat Kirkendall, Otto Taft, and Bannister at the Fentress Chapel the night before the funeral. J. L. Terwilliger. Father ...... Maurus led a Rosary for Mr. ,.!:  iil INS U R l N C. E ,00iio NELSON-BALMAZ, INC. Rodney Parham at Hidden Valley Drive Little Rock, Arkansas 22%4574 Park Plaza & McCain Mall Complete Insu rance Service Mon. thru Sat., 10-10 until Christmas Eve Downtown Home - Auto - Life - Business - Disability Mon. thru Sat., 10-8 until December 14th JAMES NELSON GABE BALMAZ 10-9 until Christmas Eve RAYMOND L. BECK SR. 1901 in Little Rock, the son of SpE00|00[}t L Louis Matthew and Mary l. McGehee -- A Mass of Schaefer Beck. Christian Burial for Raymond Survivors include his wife, DILL00t ..,_ L. "Dutch" Beck Sr., 73, Gladys Eubanks Beck; a son, T Mary's Church Nov. 25 by Beck of Little Rock, and a 2813 Kavaaaugh, Little Rock, Ark., Ph. 666-0242 Father Robert A. Dagwell, sister, Mrs. C. D. Johnson of pastor. Little Rock. Mr. Beck, of South Highway, Burial was in McGehee McGehee, died Nov. 22 in Chicot Cemetery. Pallbearers were Memorial Hospital in Lake Sam Bowman, Danny Day, ,=,or=re- Bros. o,y,'' ,"-., lc. Village. He had been in ill Cecil Hoffman, W. D. Badgett, health for some months. Gus Wilson and Taylor Prewitt. " ' " A farmer, he served as chairman of the Board of the THOMAS D. BANNISTER JR. Food Service Equipment and Supplies for McGehee Bank since 1967 after Fort Smith -- A Funeral Mass being a member of its Board for Thomas Doak Bannister Jr., since 1943. A pharmacist, he 56, of 529 College Drive, was SCHOOLS RESTAURANTS CLUBS HOTELS owned and operated Beck Drug offered in St. Boniface Church We're Filled Store in McGehee 33 years and Nov. 21 by Father Mourns HOSPITALS AND INSTITUTIONS was a former president and Gerke, O.S.B., pastor. Mr. general manager of Farmers Bannister died here Nov. 19. With Clu-istmas 't13-415 West Capitol Ave. Little Rock, Arkansas Butane and Supply Co. Also he He was born July 11, 1918, the P. O. Box 1299 Phone 372-6133 formerly served on the Boards son of the late Thomas and of Riceland Foods, McGehee Margaret Weunch Bannister. Treasures For Grain Dryer Association and Survivors include his wife, |lllllilillUlllHlllli i the McGehee Chamber of Georgia Ann Bannister; two w v Sp i Commerce. sons, Thomas D. Bannister III _er ee nl__ TUTORING! Mr. Beck was born Sept. 28, of Tyler, Tex., and Glenn y Pho.e 664-2880 I Edward L. Hoyt I AGENT I Learning Foundations I' , / I er I I Office 75.3-0834 I The Tutoring Cent 1 [ Home 225-2713 I I III II II Illl III III III I I In II HI Iml prominent McGehee Raymond L. Beck Jr. of businessman, was offered in St. McGehee; a brother, Joe M. pastor of Holy Souls parish, will NORTH LITTLEROCK follow. Sack lunches will be I ,. eaten at noon. Detailed in- I ML.i,* "-. Rothe Davis, a past president formation is available from of the Immaculate Conception Mrs. George Runshang at 663- Home-School Arkansas Association and a Obituaries 7274. tO4 RISTM00S