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PAGE 4 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC DECEMBER 8, |c~l By Judy Hoelzeman As part of its annual "Bazaar Week," SL Thomas Aquinas ha Fayetteville will spon- sor an "International Dinner" on Saturday, Dec. 14, from 6:30 to 8 PM in the fellow- ship hail. Members of the congregation will cook a x~ariety of foods, including Italian, Latin American, Greek, Polish and Cajun. There will also be a silent auction and a prize giveaway the stone evening. A nursery is available for children five and under. Bazam- Week, the parish's annual fund-raiser for special projects, is being organized this year by Jim St•we and Charles Springer. Elizabeth Gtfillot is chairing the Interna- tional Dinner. All are invited. Baked goods wa'apped for gift-giving and other hofiday gifts will be sold on Friday, Dec. 13, from noon to 6 PM at Christ the King Fanfily Life Center in Little Rock. This second annual hofiday bake sale is spon- sored by the Home School Association of the parish. All are welcome. Fr. Gale White, director of the Family Life Bm'eau of the Diocese of Dallas, will present a parish mission at Sao'ed Heart in Hot Springs Village Dec. 14-17. The mission will include the weekend Masses, and ser- vices at 5 PM Monday and Tuesday, Dec. 16 and 17. Fourth graders of St. Boniface in Ft. Smith visited the Fort Smith Rehabilitation Hospital recently where they sang songs and presented patients with written Thanksgiv- ing messages. St. Boniface students also plan to visit the hospital to sing Chrisunas carols. St.Joseph's parish in Conway has named Rose Hess Long as parish historian. Long is a native of W}~ane who graduated from Holy Angels Academy in Jonesboro. She moved to Conway in 1987, worked in radio for ten years and cuaTen fly works for the Log Cabin Democrat. Senior citizens of Blessed Sacrament parish in Jonesboro will enjoy a Christmas party in the pmish hall on Monday, Dec 16. The day will include a light lunch, re- freshinents and gifts for all. Blessed Sacrament parishioners will help needy children this Christmas in coopera- tion with the Salvation Army. Empty bags with names and ages of children written on them are placed in the back of church. Anyone who wishes to help takes a bag and fills it with gifts of clothing, toys and candy. The filled bags are returned to the church or to the Salvation Army. The CYO of St. Mary's in Siloam Springs will sponsor a spaghetti dinner fund-miser on Saturday, Dec. 14, from 11 AM to 1 PM and from 4 to 7 PM. The cost for the home- made meal is 53.50 for adults and $2 for children 12 and under. "The Divine Fools" clown and mime troupe of Subiaco Academy will col' ebrate its fifth anniversary with a Christmas program entitled "Moments to Remember" Dec. 14 -15. The program will feature scenes from past perfor' mances, monologues, skits and traditional Christmas music. Performances will be given in Centenary Hall at 7:30 PM Saturday, Dec. 14, and at 2 Sunday, Dec. 15. Admission is free. Br. James Lindsey, OSB, directs the 14-member troupe. St. Augustine running "Operation Santa Claus" North Little Rock --- St. Augustine's C£:D and ~ are sponsors of 'Operation Santa Chus," a drive to collect clothes, toys, food and money for needy families. Last year's drive assisted three fanfilies in the parish and two from the sun-ounding community. Donations should be made by Monday, 23. For more information, call Rosalyn Pruit~ at the parish office, 375-9617, or write "O~ nl erat]on Santa Claus, 203 N. Clark, Nortl~ G Little Rock, 72214. It '. • • KORDSMEIER r.,s couLo " " . . 11 ( r/ [ / Y "NM " FURNITURE KINRADE ENT.- " " Give s0me nge vZ'ou love a • wy. 365 • 501) guardian angel e h month of * " [ 9 -4604 [ | the year. Guardian angel " ayflower, AR • • • Since 1924 [ L=iimmmmm [ [ calendars by Jan Barger *8 & •" 470-0721 •• ] [ [ *10 (stocking stuffer size) • • I Land, the great investment... / / v,. • ,,,,a #, " ] offering property in N. Pulaski, / / , = I I IT_K oohm rh • Lonoke & Faulkner Counties • . • I • " 225-9748 • Tim Benton,P.D., Member • [ Chuck Kinrade [ [1000 ~. MississiPl~O At St. Mark's Episcolml Church • of St. Joseph'sinConway • I / l 10 AM- s Mo d,,y: 2 I,M • • L j [ >aturaay ~ bunoay tollowifig services • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • ••eOOlOOe•eeeo•o•oo••ee•o•oee••e•eeeee•e••e ~ m • : p Lg, " ambuchel' • • Since 1931 • • APPLIANCES • FURNITURE • ELECfRONIC$ 0 • • ] { 1248 South 28th Street : 327-6523 k,...,, van Buren, AR 72956 * • I (501) 474-5036 : • FAX (501) 474-3911 . Harkr der Polyethylene bags Liners Sheets BEN GOSEY, PRESIDENT • .0 • 00 .•• and Second Streets in Conway 0 O O O O O O O • O• O O O O O • OOO O O O O.O O.O O OO.O O• O••• [ Giving Faulkner County good banking since 1933. Conway, AR Member FDIC