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. FEBRUARY 5, 1988 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC PAGE 1 I in Mexico Jan. 20, 1988, Morris :,uol Ior Boys, named after the ]tlrd bishop o( the Diocese of Little Bishop John Morris, celeb- rated the 67th i One of me year of its foundation. ...... unique dimensions of e School is the program designed English as a second lan ua e iv- g g " cry year, 20 students from Mexico : oe accepted to participate in this {4' gram. The}, take five classes of } hglish every day for the nine school { orlths and their progress is said to truly phenomenal. !l reputation of Morns School excellent Catholic boarding a0ol where English may be learned is quite widespread in Mexico. For this reason, the enrollment is limited to 20 students a year and applica- tions are accepted one year in ad- vance. It was in 1921 that Bishop Morris asked the Franciscan Brothers from Cincinnati, OH, to staff a boarding school for boys in grades 5 through 9. The Brothers graciously accom- modated the wishes of the bishop and began the arduous task of con- verting a former health resort, Armstrong Springs, into a suitable educational facility for boys. The school is located about eight miles west of Searcy in White County. are students from Mexico School. ""o are studying English at Morris OUNT,from p. l0r very merry Christmas because of ; l'lawaii MSM students. an X ipe Out" dance, and a MSM is very proud of the numer- 'ayer service. The t)urt)ose of these ous accomplishments of the stu- activitiesis to help MSM dents. In October, Seniors Lynette l -' -uer ts realize the importance of Braxton, Judy Long, and Jan ii lpmg and giving to those less for- Markley were named National Merit Rate than they. A total of 4,723 Semifinalists based on their scores Were collected to help provide from the PSAT/NMSQT which they l ['uartksgiving meals to the poor. took in October, 1986. These stu- Irl the spirit ot: Christmas, each dents will find out this spring if they r'UlIle -- ' " ' eJlia room sponsored a family in fi-are chosen as finalists. trtci " ~- " al need through the Arkansas ,A press conference was held Nov. l ldren's Hospital. Each student 1 t at which Senior Kendall Mago an- and wraooed ifts of toys uounced she accepted a full athletic clothes. A to ta'l of 17 families scholarship to attend Auburn Uni- children wele able to have a See MOUNT, p. 12 Sweatshirts with new emblems are a favorite among Our Lady of Fatima School students. Modeling Addition to uniform them are Molly Elrod, left, and Lydia Fann. Benton--A new addition to the uniforms worn by Our Lady of Fatima School students this year are sweatshirts. The latter are adorned with the new school emblem. The idea of school sweatshirts was first suggested by parents who were concerned with the high cost of the sweaters, which are presently an op- tional part of the uniform. "The sweatshirts have proven to be just as warm, more comfortable, and much more durable than the sweaters as well as being about half the price. The design of the school emblem was the result of much prayer by several parents and a local artist. When it was decided that a dove emblazoned on the cross would best depict Our Lady's message at Fatima, this decision was quickly confirmed when the artist was found to have already sketched this exact thought as a suggestion to the group. Sweatshirts and other items on which the school emblem can be transferred may be purchased at the Sports Shop in Military Plaza here.