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0'I PA GE $ ARKANSAS CATHOLIC APRIL 22, 1990 IP & rl Joyce Dillingham Robin Mistrot, a parishioner of ) Holy Redeemer in El Dorado, will celebrate her 102nd birth- day on Saturday, April 28. "Mama Mistrot," as she is known to her family and friends, came to El Dorado with placed third in the Daughters of the American Revolution's statewide essay contest. This year's theme was Ameri- can Inventors. Jucas wrote on Cyrus McCormick. She is tile daughter of Robyn and Dr. John Jucas. Tandy Technology Scholars is a pro- gram designed to recognize academic excellence in the areas'of mathematics, science arid computer science. More than one-third of all secondary schools in the country participate in this major education initiative, which is funded by Fayetteville Knights of Columbus initiated an Operation Lifesaver program in the commu- nity two years ago. They distribute tags which can display medical in- formation and the wearer's name and address, all useful in case of medical emer- gency. The tags, of a soft material, should be worn on shoes or sewn Robin Mistrother late hus- Tand); iCorporafion and administeredinto clothing for ready L to R: Emil Utecht, Officer Dale Forbes and Dick ' band, Louis N. by Texas Christian University in Fort detection. Knights EmilSteffes. lStrot, from south Louisiana during Worili, 'IX. ..... Utechtand Dick Steffes e, arly 1920s. They were part of a Sacred Heart High School, Mon, ilt0n, presented Dale Forbes, public relations officer of the Fayetteville Police Depart- group instrumental in building had 'nominees from among 8,000 en- ment with the tags. Anyone interested can call Forbes at 521-8050, or write Life- ChUrch in El Dorado, and she is a trant . An outstanding Math/Science/ saver Charities, Box 2533, Garden Grove, CA, 92640. 7r member of the Altar Society. Computer Science Teacher School COUple's two children are Evelyn Award e is Geralyn B: Beck: She ind r. rY and Putsv Giles of El Dorado. her husband; Jim, are pa :lghirfiei's of CHIY Redeeme'r pastor Fr. Clayton Sac/'ed Heart Church. They have two' fluld brings the Holy Eucharist to chiidren, Rachei and Eddie: Amy " arna Mi " - strot regularly. She enjovsHoelzemiifi a senior, was named" out t. heting and visitin with her daueia- standing Math/Science /Computei" Sci- , rs, nine grandchildren, 22 great- ence.Student School AWardee affd T0p randchildren and two great-great twope cent Academ!FA idce: She is randchildren "She is a blessin to all the daughter of Louise and Fred Hoel- , " g U' eet her," said Giles. zeman, Sacred Heart parishioners. David Drake, fifth-grade student at St. Mary's, Paragould, and Justin Strawhand,, sixth-grader at St. Michael's School, Hot Springs, placed in the top 100 in the state--s National Geography Bee, making them eligible for the recent state-wide competition.. Drake is the son of Kim and David Drake, parishioners of Sr. Mary's l,i .t" Peter The Fisherman, Mountain t e' parishioners will sponsor a at' ert featuring organist Craig Cramer 7,,^ 'church on Friday, April 27 at Dr. Cramer is Associate Pro- of Music at the University of e Dame, in Indiana His perform- ,cl s'ua 30 states and Canada have been tl~Elll-- hit Y acclaimed A collection will be i~ :enUp to defrav expenses. Everyone |8 vited. - _ -- rali Peter's recendy installed a new 27- Wicks pipe organ lohn Barnes is . . ". "- ,,,u cnolr director, heresa Bates, eighth-grade student at Trinity Jr. High School, Fort Smith, will par- ticipate in the Latin I program of the Joseph Baldwin Acad- emy this sum- mer. The acad- emy is offered at Northeast Mis- Bates souri State Uni- ltsville, , ._ versity . in "t st h To be nominated, one ranked in the top three per- a national standardized testing AL'q' hieve quali ing scores on the tl%ts r rollrnent is limited to 210 stu- a. rrn across the nation Bates is l a , ghter of Rita and Dexter Bates ti ;ts ners of Immaculate Concep ' ort Smith. ti- Cy JUcas, s~xth ra .. " -g der at Holy r hool, E1 Dorado,' recently Groundbreaking ceremonies for ImmacUlate Heart of Mary' School, Marche, will be held Sunday, April 22/" following the 9 AM Mass. The new addition will include a science lab, library, two classrooms and office space. Bishop AndrewJ. McDonald, Sr. Hen- rietta Hockle, OSB, Superintendent of Schools, Richard Groh, architect, and James Osborne, president of Central Structures Co., will be special guests. School principal is C. Katy Martin, and Fr. Albert Schneider is pastor. 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