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Page ! 6 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC January Z9, 1994 Obituaries TmaothyJoseph Adams, 25, of Truth or Ray Ca-nia, 87, a member of Christ the Consequences, N.M., formerly a member King Church in Little Rock, died Jan. 16. of St. Joseph Church in Pine Bluff, died He was a retired director of Veterans Ern- Jan. 11. ployment and Training for the U.S. Depart- He is survived by his wife, Jeana Neal ment of Labor. He also was a member of Adams; a son, TmaothyJ. Adams 11; a daugh- several national and state veterans organiza- ter, Lindsey Adams; his parents, Samuel tions. Hunt Adams and Rita Turchi Adams; aHe is survived by his wife, Margaret Brady brother Jim Adams; and his grandfather, Crain; two daughters, Regina Burns of Dal- Aldo Turchi. Texas, and Shirley Kaczka of Richardson, Texas; a sister, Florence Camp of Little Rock; Frances M. Archibald, 78, a member of and three grandchildren. the Altar Society and St. Joseph Church in Memorials may be made to the Ray Cxain Pine Bluff, died Jan. 1. She was a retired Scholarship Fund, Southern Arkansas Uni- teacher, versity, Magnolia, AR 71753; or to Christ She is survived by a sister, Ruby Murray the King Church. of Sherrilli and several nieces and nephews. Lot'elia Geels, 92, of Fort Smith, died Fr',mces M. Butten rth, 86, of Jonesboro, Jan. 13. She was a member of St. Meinrad died Jan. 20. She was a member of the Altar Church and St. Meinrad Mother's Society and Rosary Society and of Blessed Sacra- in Prairie View. ment Church in Jonesboro. She was owner She is survived by her husband, Bernard and operator of the Curtain and Drapery "Ben" Geels; three sons, Harold Geels, Shop. Jerome Geels and Bernie Geels, all of Fort She is survived by three daughters, Betty Smith; a sister, Mary Borgerding of Fort Schisler of Little Rock; Kathleen Wright of Smith; eight grandchildren and four great- Osage Beach, Mo., and Marlene Turner of grandchildren. Jonesboro; a brother, Leo Voss of St. Louis, Memorials may be made to St. Meinrad Mo.; nine grandchildren and six great- Parish. grandchildren. Memorials may be made to Queen of Bea'nadine E. Honan, 90, a member of the Rosary Guild, 2103 Wmdwood -Cove, the Altar Society and Our lady of Good Jonesboro, AR 72401. Counsel Church died Jan. 19. She is sur- rived by a sister, Mrs. H.L. Snider of IAtfle Rock; and several nieces and nephews. Memorials may be made to Our Lady of Counsel Church. Eddie Lee Hoyt Jr., 27, of Cabot, died Jan. 7. He was a former member of St.Jude Church in Jacksonville, was a graduate of the University of Central Arkansas with a bachelor of science degree in business and was employed by Na- tional Health Laboratory. He is survived by a son, Garrett Kaiser Hoyt; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. FAd Hoyt of Eddie Lee Hoyt Jr. Cabot; two broth- ers, Keith Hoyt of Cabot and Todd Hoyt of Little Rock; his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hoyt of Morrilton, and Mr. and Mrs. W.O. Ray of Jackson, Miss. Memorials may be made to the Eddie Hoyt Jr. Memorial Athletic Fund, Bank of Cabot, for the" preservation of the Cabot American Legion Baseball Field and the Cabot High School football stadium. All'redo Silva, 17, of Hamburg, died Jan. 9. He was a chainsaw operator. ! He is survived by his parents, Vicente Silva Rodriguez and Martha Arreola Herrera. PltOI'O SUBMI ION GUlDEBN --- Submit original photo or negative; blaok " and white if possible. Photos and nega- = fives will be returned upon request. Include return name and address. BISHOP'S Samr ,J S--In town. I Sunday, Jan. 30 -- noon, Mass at tlaeI i I I Cathedral of St. Andrew, Little Rock_ 1 Monday, Jan. 31 -- In office in morni 1 Tuesday, Feb. I - Friday, Jan. 4 -- Jolt Paul Workshop, Dallas, Texas. Fr. James Mancini Jan. 30, 994 Sunday 7a.m. KTHV- Adcansas 11 .~ ................. - ,} INSTITUTE .... : Adolescent and Substance Significant behavioral problems deficit / hyperactivity abuse Dual Sexual trauma Living Hope/nstitute is a service at Doctors Hospital- providing a Christian component to adult and adolescent treatment. 663-HOPE or 1-800-829-HOPE (4673) Substance diagnosis / h