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PA'GE, "/:THE GI3,RDJAII,' DECEMBER 1L-,1982 What's Happening Recent Deaths Here and There Around the Diocese LITTLE ROCK -- "American Catholic With Father John Powell, S.J." will be telecast twice next weekend by Station KTHV, Channel 11 here. Due to a CBS network change in its sports schedule, the popular religious program will be telecast at noon Sunday, Dec. 26, as well as at its regular time following the late night movie at 12:30 A.M. Monday, Dec. 27. NORTH LITTLE ROCK - Bill Ruffiner has been named Knight of the Month for December by Knights of Columbus Council 6253. The Come... Taste and Tour Cowie Wine Cellars o, Paris, Ark Gift Boxes are Available 963-3990 [ John Burke Family was selected as Family of the Month. LITTLE ROCK -- Catholic Daughters of the Americas Our Lady of Perpetual Help Court No. 1223 will have their annual Christmas Party Sunday, Dec. 19, at Our Lady of Holy Souls Parish Hall, I000 North Tyler Street, at 2 P.M. Instead of a gift exchange, members will bring packages for Abba House. These may be items for either the mother or the baby. Chaplain Father Joseph M. Correnti will en- tertain with some Christmas 7 .... ' ..........................  music. Games for prizes will :  .  be played and holiday I g',. Burns Flower Shop i refreshments will be served. ,: "   Members may bring a guest. !  PHONE 783-0223 i  619 SOUTH14th STREET J FORT SMITH -- The I FORT SMITH, ARKANSA  Catholic Business Women will :   hold their annual Christmas ! Over 50 Years j Dinner Sunday, Dec. 12, at == 6:15 P.M. at the Ramada Inn. i Service in Ft. Smith I There will be no gift ex- L .................... Owfler: Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Rolf Meet me at Mass at Christ the King on Wed. evening at 7:00 P.M. Little Rock g-Mnrt Asker & University 568-0021 Jelm Benton, Ark. 2202 Military, 778-6896 Gina No. Little Rock -, Indian Hills Shopping Center 6929 J FK (across from I.C. Church) 835-5036 Kitty LEATHER BOTTLE, INC. 1 K.,00ldm 7.o, '00IIIF ..ON, 8.8.-- , TRIFLES RESTAURANT OWNERS 405 WEST 7TH STREET PHIL FARRELL PHONE 3723867 GERALD NESBITT We Do Catering Open Sundays for Lunch and Dinner 111111 IIIilllllllllllllltlllitlllllllllllllllllll Illlllllllllllllll J LITTLE ROCK - The American Red Cross is seeking volunteers to work as clerical aids and occupational therapists at the North Little Rock Veterans Ad- ministration Medical Center. They also need volunteer first aid instructors. For more information, call 666-0351. MORRILTON --Otto Zimmerman was selected as Knight of the Month for November by Knights of Columbus Council 5209. The Charles Gunderman family was named Family of the Month. LITTLE ROCK -- A volunteer pharmacist is urgently needed to assist one hour any Wednesday from 6 to 7 P.M. in Catholic Social Services' Free Health Clinic located at Aldersgate Camp. Anyone interested is asked to contact Sister Janice Camp- bell, S.C.N., 664-0340 or (home) 376-4705. ................................ Bishop [ -0000eater-00-ittie-00ci-0000ide 00o.noed,romP00.00 Your Family Shoe Store The Center IhAMln0lo "Open Monday thru Saturday 9o m.-6p.m. Lokeh*ll Shopping Center-NLR FRANCES FLOWER SHOP ! 222 W. 6th St., 372-2203 Little Rock, Ark. We honor your Diners American Express and 6ankAmericard "Everything in Hardware" STANLEY HARDWARE CO. 753-2470 1012 W. 34th North Little Rock I MEDIC Pharuacv, Inc. LocatiOns I 1524 Rodney Parham 224-0303 5901 West 12th 664.3907 6221 Asher Ave. .T2-3740 Bryant Center 847-3596 Ill TEDFORD OllUG STORE Rexal I C.B. Wright - T.E. Mattax PHARMACISTS Phone 374-4926 915 EAST NINTtI STREET tvo00 Phone 753-6161 4214 MacArthur Drive North Little Rock, Ark. HATHCOTE Upholstery & Draperies LARGE J/OR " SELECTION "The Shop 1 of Quality'" UPHOLSTERING 22O4 West lOth St. Little Rock that our people have for the second collection to aid the victims of the violent storms, the winds, the waters. The gifts made at this time will certainly be most acceptable to God Our Father Who gave us the gift of His Son. May we continue in a generous spirit as we move toward the celebration of HIS birthday. Your friend, Andrew J. McDonald Bishop of Little Rock STEVE PINTER CENTURY 21 PRO REALTY 9020 Chicot Road 568-3939 888-2913 Office Home CASH for the equity in your home. Also will pay back payments. For DETAILS call Steve Pinter. Sister M. Declan Conway Ex-Mount Teacher Dies Hot Springs - Sister Mary Declan Conway, R.S.M., died last Monday at St. Joseph's Regional Health Center here. Sister, a native of Ireland, had resided there for the past : 14 years after spending most of her life in Religion at Mount St. Mary Academy, Little Rock. Sister Mary Declan entered the Little Rock Community of the Sisters of Mercy in 1921. She made her Religious Vows at Mount St. Mary in 1924. Until her semi-retirement to St. Joseph's in 1968, she spent her life in the apostolate of education. She was principal of Mount St. Mary Elemen- tary School and teacher there of high-school science classes for many years. She also ught earlier at St. Joseph s School, Tontitown, at St. Louis School in Fayet- teville and summer sessions at Siena College, Memphis, Tenn. She was Sister Superior at Mount St. Mary, Little Rock, from 1962 to 1968. She also served as a member of the St. Louis Provincial Council from 1951 to 1954 and taught science at Mercy Junior College, St. Louis, Mo. She held a B.S. degree from Webster College, St. Louis, and a M.A. degree from St. Louis University. She had also earned credits from the University of Arkansas in under-graduate work preparatory to earning her bachelor's degree. Sister Mary Declan had served as Diocesan Director of Education for the Sisters of Mercy in Arkansas and as Director of Vocations. At St. Joseph's Regional Health Center since 1968, Sister Mary Declan was for a time Director of In-Service Education, In-Service Department Instructor and a member of the Medical Records Staff. For the past several years, until in- capacitated by illness, she was involved in Patient Relations Work at St. Joseph's and in teaching Christian Doctrine classes to the young people of St. Mary's parish here. Sister Mary Declan is survived by one brother, John Conway, Detroit, and a niece, Mrs. Maureen Hickey, Ard- more, Ireland. Rosary Services were at 7 P.M. Tuesday at St. Joseph's Chapel. The Mass of the Resurrection was celebrated at 9 A.M. Wednesday in St. Joseph's Chapel with Father Charles S. Diamond, chaplain, officiating. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery in Little Rock under the direction of Gross Funeral Home. (Information for this column is prepared from data fwr- nished by the families of the deceased, their pastors e funeral directors.) WILLIAM JAMES SCHERREY, 26, 1421 North 41st Street, Fort Smith. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Scherrey; sister, Mary M. Peek; brothers, John, Stephen, Anthony, David, Michael, Joseph, Patrick. MARIE COLLINS, 85, 240 Central, Hot Springs, Dec. 5, 1982. Daughters, Eugenia Danelik, Lucille Karas. PAUL BERCHER, 64, 6999 Free Ferry, Fort Smith, Dec. 13, 1982. Daughter, Lisa Morris; sons, Richard, Don, Danny, David. EVELYN BERCHER, 6999 Free Ferry, Fort S Dec. 13, 1982. Daughter, Morris; sons, Richard, Danny, David. CARL JOHN II, 40, 3919 Kinkead, Smith, Dec. 7, 1982. Sandra Martinous; son, John Martinous III ; Sabrina Martinous. MRS. BLANCHE BERG, 86, 1123 South Street, Fort Smith 1982. Son, Fred; Catherine L. Burford. 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