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PAGE 12 FEBRUARY 5, 1988 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC Jesuit in charge Little Rock--A spiritual direction workshop, presented by Reverend Armand Nigro, S J, PhD, will be of- fered at St. John's Center Friday t Put Number 1 to work for you." t $ $ $ t $ $ $ 0 t $ t t t $ t # t 0 t 0 $ $ t t t $ $ t t t STEVE PINTER REALTY * SALES RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL * mVESTMENTS * PROPERTY MANAGEMENT * CAREER SALES OPPORTUNITIES FOr lurther Information call ,562-3600 Toll Pree #1-800-432-4595 Ext. 640(2 9401 Qey~r Springs I/oad Little For.k, 72209 ~0mmm~l ~omq~Ail~BtwnAllm t t $ $ $ t t t t $ $ $ t t t t t $ t $ $ $ $ $ # t t $ $ through Sunday, April 8-10. Permanent deacons, their wives, and their spiritual directors will be g.iven first consideration for registra- uon and attendance at the workshop but a number of places will be availa- ble to others who wish to attend. The workshop, conducted by the Permanent Diaconate Office, is open to laity, religious and clergy of all faiths. This is the fifth in an annual series of workshops offered to pro- vide formation to spiritual directors. Past speakers include Reverend An- thony Morello, OCD; Reverend J. J. Mueller, S J; and Reverend Raymond Studzinski, OSB. A native of Spokane, Father Nigro is dean of Mater Dei Institute of Priestly Formation at Gonzaga Uni- versity in Spokane, WA. He earned a PhD in Philosophy from the Ponti- fical Gregorian University in Rome, and presently is professor of Scrip- ture, Christian Ethics and Spiritual- ity at Gonzaga. In his workshop pre- sentations, Father Nigro plans to emphasize the practical nature of spiritual direction. Further information will be mailed within a month to those who partici- pated in past workshops. Others wishing to receive further informa- tion and a registration form may write or call the Permanent Diaco- nate Office, PO Box 7565, Little Rock, Arkansas 72217; Telephone: (501) 664-0340. aval le Roller Funeral Home H~Nay 5 N. & Walker Rd. Mountain Home, 425-2161 Roller-Drummond Funeral Home 901 Marshall Little Rock, 374-0251 Roller-Owens Funeral Home 5509 J.EK. Blvd. North Little Rock, 374-0312 Roller-Daniel Funeral Home 411 E. Race Street Searcy, 268-3546 Roller-McNutt Funeral Home 8th Avenue & Vine Conway, 327-7727 Roller-McNutt Funeral Home Highway 65 South Clinton, 745-2151 Roller-Citizens Funeral Home 201 Pine West Memphis, 735-1000 W. Memphis Funeral Home 13th & Thompson West Memphis, 735-5040 Roller-Cox Funeral Home 313 Walnut Paris, 963-6188 Roller-Cox Funeral Home Rogers & Poplar Clarksville, 754-2201 Roller-Swift Funeral Home Highway 61 South Osceola, 563-6578 Northside Funeral Home 103 N. Shippen Osceola, 563-2758 Roller-England Funeral Home 202 Stuttgart H~tay (165E) England, 842-3939 Bull Shoals Roller Funeral Home 1409 H'way 178 Bull Shoals, 445-4257 Dallas, TX--The University of Dallas, looking for high school stu- dents with strong leadership qual- ities, is announcing its Southwest Presidential Scholars Program, which offers scholarships based on both academic and extracurricular achievement to students from Ar- kansas, Texas, New Mexico, Ok- lahoma and Louisiana. Each year, approximately 150 stu- dents from the five-state area com- pete for scholarships to the small Catholic liberal arts and sciences uni- "We've Expanded !" 221.226 Union Street Jonesboro assanelli's Laundry & Cleaners 932-6666 Adele Massanelli, owner amdu~nH~dMmm.Hm.m, versity in North Texas. High school seniors who rank in the top one- third of their class are eligible to apply. Paid-tuition and numerous partial- tuition scholarships are offered. The Presidential Scholars Program is strictly based on merit, not financial need, and is renewable for four years. The application deadline is Feb. 28, 1988. Interested students should send a completed application with a letter of recommendation, a trans- cript which includes class rank and their SAT or ACT scores. In addi- tion, a Statement of Candidacy (an essay on the nature of leadership) is due by March 11. Semifinalists will be invited to the university for a panel interview with faculty members, community lea.ders and administrative personnel March 26. For more information, call the Of- fice of Undergraduate Admissions, (214) 721-5266 (collect). CARLISLE DRUG CO. Prescriptions PAT COOK I~Qis~erecI Pho~isr Carlisle, Arkansas Psychology For Christian Life JOHN EWING HARRIS, M.Div., Ph.D Licensed Psychologist, Christian (501) 664-3095 Gregg Laux, above, a fifth- student at Christ the King Little Rock, won second the Southern Division of the annual *Columbus" Essa y sponsored by " Sarna After a list of 400 students narrowed to 90, the Little School District chose the Laux was presented a $50 Bond and a certificate. MOUNT, from p. 11 versity at Auburn, AL. 6'8" center, was not only a cruit in Arkansas this year, but of the top recruits at her the country. The MSM Belles basketball currently ranked 25th in the try, according to the USA poll of high school girls The team is ranked No. 1 io state. Their goal is to captm AAAA Central Conference the third straight year. The Mount's delegation resented Pakistan in "Model the University of Central in Conway Dec. 4-5. This an in-depth study of the economic environment of cou throughout the world. The legation was awarded second overall delegation. MSM was only two high schools winning. honors. All other awards went to lege delegations. The Arkansas Easter Seals presented the Maurice Trout teer of the Year Award to the Class at its annual meeting The award was presented in tion of the hundreds of hours these students have Easter Seals during 1987 the Senior Service program at Mount St. Mary is the school in Little Rock that volunteer service as a for graduation. Seniors are to complete 30 hours of service during the first half of senior year. The volunteer benefit 38 health, cultural, and non-profit agencies in the munity. This year, the seniors donated approximately 5,000 of volunteer services. The alumnae and students up the past, present,and MSM. The Sisters of Mercy tinue to .provide young opportumty to have a i. cl istian education a d. tO . i hq, commqni with y ng:, filled with knowledge, integrity, and energy.