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PAGE 5 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC MARCH 4, 1990 H W A St anish Mass will be celebrated at Holy Spirit church, Hamburg, on Sun- Mar. 4 at 3 PM Celebrant will be F: r. Scott Friend, pastor of St, Louis Parish, Camden. After Mass, Rachel -Strada of'tH US Census Bureau, I sas City, MO, vcill explain the 1990 Census process in Spanish. . For the second consecutive year, tl01y Redeemer school, E1 Dorado, will Ponsor the Union County Spelling Bee i n Tuesday, Mar. 6. Forty contestants, from each school district, will par- The state competition will be in April in Little Rock. A recep- Will be hosted by the Holy Re- eemer Student Council after the contest, :: David Louis Beck, junior at the Uni- versity of Dallas in Irving, TX, has been "arned to the Dean's List for the fall Semester To achieve hOpOrnta:teU dent must maintain a ade age of 3 5 on a minimum of 15 aca- demic credits. 0f : k,.a philosophy major, is the son gmza and Francis Beck, parishion- ers of St, Theresa's, Little Rock. . , , , , JOlin William WaLrner, third-Rxader St. EdWard's School, Little Rock, is a member of the U.S. Figure Skating As- th,, tion. He recently placed second in "Uthwestern Regional Champion- John William Wagner receives a cer- tificate from Sr. Hermana Siebenmorgen, OSB, principal of St. Edward's School. ships, making him eligible to compete in the Intermediate Men's event of the Midwestern section. He received a certificate, which is an initial step toward participation in the Winter Olympic Games. Wagner's parents are Ausa Wagner and John Wagner. Three parishioners of St. Joseph's in Paris are officers of the North Logan Mercy Hospital Auxiliary. They are Dorothy Schwartz, president; Wanda Kleck, treasurer; and Anita West, hiSto- rian. They were installed by Sr. Cabrini Schmitz, OSB. Jay Baker, sixth-grader at Christ The King School, Fort Smith, and Gracie Terrell, fourth-grade student at St. Jo- seph School, Fayetteville, were winners of their schools' Geography Bees. They are eligible to compete for a $25,000 college scolarship and trip to Washing- ton, DC, in May, sponsored by National Geographic World, a children's maga- fine, Amtrak and Kudos Snacks. The first round was held in thou- sands of schools in the U.S. and five U. S. territories. The winners will now take a written test, from which the 100 top scorers in each state will compete in the state bee, Mar. $0. Students of 1 lth and 12th grade PRE classes at St. Jude's, Jacksonville, are asking for get-well cards to be sent to a young cancer patient whose condition has been diagnosed as terminal. Craig Shergold, a seven-year old boy from Surrey, England, wishes to be in- cluded in the Guhme Book of World Records for having received more cards than anyone else. Information about Shergold came from Arkansas Children's Dreams, Inc. Anyone interested in sending cards, along with their prayers for Shergold, may address them to Craig Shergold, 56 Shelby Rd., Carshalton, Surrey, England SN81LD. St. Paddy's Polka Party will be spon- sored by Christ The King School, Little Rock, on Saturday, Mar. 17 from 7 - 10 PM. Tickets are $15 a couple, $8 a single, $2.50 for children. Food and drinks will be furnished. Music will be by Danny and the Polka Dots. Proceeds will benefit the school. Eric Horras Eric Horras, sophomore at Catholic High School, Little Rock, has been named a member of the Jr. U.S. Ma- fine Corps ROTC Color Guard, and has been promoted to Lance Corporal. Horras is the son of Mary and Herbert Horras, parishioners of Immaculate Conception, North Little Rock, and the grandson of Joe Failla of St. Joseph's, Pine Bluff. It's ALMOST Here ! March 10 - 11 Knight today. more for your family,Church, fellow man as a Knight of satisfaetiov of membership /X-~tr C'~ mostdynamie organization. ~ of Columbus & mail to: Director: Mark Tyler Morrilton,AR 72110 1 me Imow how ! can "Be a Krdght rod.'| Telephone OPERATION Just a few coins a day. A few prayers through Lent, Through OPERATION RICE BOWL, you can help the impoverished families of the world have cleaner water, better health, more integrity. Most importantly, you can give them new hope. Bring your family together today. For the world family. For more information about OPERATION RICE BOWL contact your parish priest or call Catholic Relief Services. Catholic Relief Services 209 West Fayette Street Baltimore, MD 21201-3403 Telephone (301) 625-2220 O46OO3