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(,--THE GUARDIAN DECEMBER 7, 1962 Pre-Christmas K. of C. Annual Orphanaae00 What'sHappening... NovenaS00t Ch P ty S h du'ledi Around fi Diocese e ,Jesus will be conducted by the N. Little Rock--Next Thurs- men. Marianna--The honm of Mrs. George Christenson was the scene of the November ;]]eel.- ing of St. Andrew's Altar So- ciety conducted by The Rev. A. G. Dunleavy. Officers elected for a new term are: Mrs. George Chris- tenson, president; Mrs. Joseph Keogh, vice-president; Mrs. T: Gordon Mathews, secretary; and Mrs. W. S. Brown, treas- urer. A Christmas party for mem- bers of the society will be held at the American Legion Hut on Friday, December 16, at 3 P.M. Mrs. Mary Keogh, Mrs. Joseph Kavanaugh .and Mrs. James Sheets will be in charge of arrangements. Charleston  Miss Mary Ducrr will be hostess to members of the Catholic Women's Union al a Sewing Day for the mis- sions to be held next Wednes- day, December 12, in the home of Mrs. Nora Fritchie at Charleston. The women will work on quilting, children's clothing and Baptismal gar- ments. ]Fort Smith--The Home-School Association of ChrLst the King parish will meet next Wednes- day, December 12, at 7:45 P.M. in the parish hall. Entertain- ment for the Christmas meet- ing will consist of carols sung by the Girls' Choral Group. Little Rock -- A Christmas luncheon for members of Good Counsel parish's Home- School Association will be held next Wedqmsday, Decem- ber 12, at 1730 P.M. at Mor- rison's Cafeteria There will be no business meeting in De- cember. Pine BluffCatholic Daughters of America will have a Christ- mas party for members of Our Lady of Victory Court" No. 564 next Monday, December 10, in St. Joseph's parish hall. Instead oiJ the usual ex- change of gifts among mem- bers, those attending have been asked to bring a gift of food, toys, or articles for in- fants to be given to needy families at Christmas time. A free-will offering to be given to the mission priests of Ark- ansas will be taken up at the meeting. Mrs. Jerry Borecky will be general chairman in chargo of arrangements. The party plans woro an- nounced at a C.D. of A. meet- 24 Ho= A M B U L A N C E S00r00ice CARUTH FUNERAL HOME Inc. 655 PARK AVENUE NA 3-2533 HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS CARUTH PLAN INSURANCE Herbert R. Holmes, Director Discalccd Carmelite S i s t e r s here, beginning Sunday, Decem- ber 16. Novena prayers will be of- fered following the 6:30 A.M. Mass in the Chapel of the Carmelite Monastery, 7201 West 32nd Street. Those who cannot attend the devotions are being invited to make the Novena privately in their homes. The Carmelite Nuns will of- for the Novena for all who are helping by prayer, deed or alms toward liquidation of the debt of their new Monastery. The Novena will close Decem- ber 24. ing conducted by Mrs. It. L. Wineland, Grand Regent, on November 27. Their chaplain, The Rev. Robert T. Dienert, spoke urging members to re- member to "Put Christ Back Into Christmas." Four mem- bers rel)orted on the state convention of the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women which they attended in Little Rock. They are: Mrs. Horace Brown, Miss Agnes Moran, Mrs. Don Smith and Mrs. Joe Tortorich. N. Little Rock  A Christmas party for members of St. Pat- rick's Altar Society will be held next Sunday, December 9, at 3 P.M. in the parish hall. Gifts of $1.00 value will be ex- changed. Miss Catherine Moore will be general chairman in charge of arrangements. Assisting will he the following mem- bers: Mrs. Lucille Walker, Mrs. Katie Duyee, Mrs. Frank Ballard, Miss Meta Machen, Miss Mary Ann Chudy, Mrs. J. W. Chudy, Mrs. ,James Terry, Miss Kathryn Makoski, Mrs. Anna Massey, Mrs. Julio Pier- poali, Mrs. Max Malink and Fort Smith Shoppers Guide Regular Ft. Smith Parish Mass Schedules Immaculate Conception Head of Garrison Avenue Sunday Masses: 6, 8, 10, 11:30. Holy Days: 6, 8, 12:05, 5:30 P.M. First Fridays: 7 and 8. Miraculous Medal devotion-- Wednesday after Mass. Confessions: Saturday: 3:30 -- 5700; 7:30-- 8:30 P.M. Thursday before First Friday Jnd Eve of Holy Days 4:30--- 6:30, 7:30--8:30. $t. John's Church 1822 North 8th Street Sunday Masses: 7,30 and 10. Holyday Masses: 6:00 A.M. and 5:30 P.M. : Week Day Masses. 8 or 11730 I FINEST CARPET 00o7,, ,7: Alford' ^ s Est. 1886 [ The_ House of Carpet [ _1020 Lexington [ DIAL SU 3-7236 Fort Smith, Ark. The Fentress Mortuary 1805 North A. Street PHONE SU 3-6178 Fort Smith Arkansas A.M. Confessions: Saturday and be. fore all Holydays: 7 and 8P.M. and one-half hour before all Holy Masses. St. Boniface Church 210 North 18th Street Sunday Mosses: 6, 7:45, 9:30 and 11 A.M. Holyday Masses 5:30, 6:15, 7:15, and 8:30 A.M. and 6:00 P.M. First Fridays: 6 and 8 A.M. and 7 P.M. First Saturdays: 6 and 8 A.M. Confessions: Saturdays 4 to 8 P.M; and 6:45 to 8:00 P.M. 11725 A.M. Confessions: Saturdays, Vig- [Is of Feasts and First Fridays, 4:30 to 5:00 P.M. and 7:00 to 8:00 P.M. and before all Masses. VAN BUREN -- St. Mtchael'e Church. Sunday Mass: 9:00 A.M. and 5:30 P.M. Holyday Mass: 6:00 P.M. ttolyday Mass 6:00 P.M. JENNY LIND- St. Mary'e Church. Sunday Mass: 11:00 A.M. Holyday Mass: 7,30 P.M Eve of Holydays and First BARLING -- Sacred Heart of F: ........... Many Church, Sunday Masses, ?I 4 to o k'.M. aria 7 t0 1st, 3rd and 5th Sun'days 8:00, .... 2nd and 4th Sundays 10:00 A.M, Holyday Mass: 7:00 P.M. Christ The Klng 1920 South Greenwood Avenue I Sunday Masses: 7, 8:00, 9:30, [ n SLS,L 11:30 A.M. 12:30 and 5:30 P.M. [ t.,LIINIIUIM Holy Days: 7, 8:30, 9:30, 19:30 J FURNITURE CO and ,5;30 P.M. I " " First Friday: 7, 8, and 11725 I 919 Rogers Ave. Fort Smith A.M. . [ Phone SU 3.8281 Weekday (School days) 8, aria ARKANSAS VALLEY * * * INSURANCE COMPANY Clarence M. Sharum - Insurance David C. Johnston - Life Insurance Mrs. Frances Moore - Real Estate 615 GARRISON AVE. FORT SMITH Phone SU 3-1114 J 7 to 11 Laundry & Cleaning Covered Drive In Service TV Stamps -- Delivery Service 2309 Rogers  Phone SU 2-7407 FORT SMITH, ARK. T day, December 13, will be a great day for the children at St. Joseph's Orphanage in North Little Rock. That evening the Knights of Colmnbus will pay their annual Christmas visit to the institu- tion, operated by the Benedic- tine Sisters from St. Scholas- tica's Convent in Fort Smith. The 92 children who live at the orphanage will greatly benefit from this affair, sponsored by Council No. 812 of Little Rock. More than 250 invitations to attend the Christmas party and dinner have been extended to public officials of the state, county and cities of Little Rock and North Little Rock as well as many prominent business Mrs. Anthony Chudy. Osceola  Women of St. Mat- thew's Altar Society are help- ing to furnish a new rectory, soon to be occupied by the pastor, The Rcv. Raymond L. O'Dwyer. At a meeting in the home of Mrs. William Page on No- vember 20, the ladies decided to start by pro'chasing smaller items, including silverware and dishes. A Christmas party for chil- dren of the parish will he giv- en by the Society on Decen- ber 16. Mrs. Ben Buttler, Jr., is in charge of arrangements. Each member will donate a small gift to be given to un- derprivileged children during the holiday season. "The Question Box", a week- feature in The Guardian, will be discussed at monthly meet- ings with Father O'Dwyer as m oderator. Father O'Dwyer announced that a choir for :;inging High Masses is being organized. Study groups for Altar Boy:; are also being organized. N. l,ittle Rock--The deadline for joining lhe Junior Bowling Ieaguc for students attending Catholic high schools has been cxlcnded one week The league bowls each Sunday at 1 P.M. at Pike Lanes. Pocahontas--Knights of Colum- bus of Council No. 2443 here have been kept busy with re- cent activities. The Knights gave a party for patients at the Veterans' Hospital at Popular Bluff, Me., and members attending were I)eputy Grand Knight Dr. Rall)h Ungerank, Chancellor P. G. O'Donnell, Warden John Wilson and Trustee Charles J. Jansen. Thirty-six Altar Boys were guests of the Knights of Co- The dinner will be served;i 6:30 P.M. in the dining roo :! the m'phanage, and a free.Wl ()ffering will be taken uP . given to the Benedictine-] ters. Principal speaker at the .d{ }e;l will he The Re,, james "no of St.. John's ilome 1 sions Seminary. Grand Ktltl John Albert Itealcy will come the visitors ald guests program of entertainment:.' be presented by the child themselves. G a i l y - wraP: packages, to be distribU among the children at Chl mas, will be placed around big Christmas tree at the phanage by ti'lose attending t dinner. Leo J. Krebs is general chair* man in charge of arrangements Co-chairman s R. S Peters, S' who will serve as toastmaster' Assisting them vill be J0111 Allison, Louis ChamPag C!larles E. Harrison, Clya ,,talcs, Gordon Reaves and t, lsvl}:'?aI','eJbs said that the e: boy. hnnl)us at a Communion break" fast following a Corporat Communion in St. pau,- Church. The Knights alsO r cently conducted a Memr , service for deceased momb-' Little Rock--Our Lady of NaZa" !'etA Guild will he ct its r ew lar meeting next Wednesda. l)c,eenber 12, at 2 P.M. at tlv home, 1000 lligh St. Ilot Springs--A Chrilmas t.r' lcey dinner, to l)rovide bU" 'ing funds for a new St. c hacl's School, will be served next Tuesday evening, DeCe ber 11, from 5 to 7:30. p,.IY!,,: the school on the co nve" See AROUND on Page 7 LIFE (Continued from Page 5) Torah, but whether it was e:  harmony with the Torah. Tllrjt did not say this in st) na r u words; it seemed a matte , first urgency to show the Tor e as actually teaching what :': scribes now taught. BUt .ta n other was in fact the prirwq' t( by which their interpretatl, u was guided. Once a new st, | 17 ment of the Lawwas accep: i ] by the governing body of,] t " 't Jewish people, it was as  ( |. ta had been taught to Moses .... Sinai. YOUR ONE STOP COMPLETE FAMILY CHRISTMAS BUYING CENTER NO LIMffS on Normal Purchases of Advertised Items AT BERCHER MART Payroll Checks Cashed FREE Pay yoor Utility Bills as you shop Money Orders For Sale Mail Your Letters and Purchase Stamps STORE HOURS Monday Thru Saturday 9 AM to 9 PM Sunday 12-6 PM FORT SMITH, ARK.