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PAGE 8 THE GUARDIAN, JUNE 11, 1982 , Comp/ Wedd/ng Serv/ce & Cer/nq  225-9264 9803 W. Markham 1e Rock Chris Koch Patrick Caldarera John Baker 176 Graduate at Catholic High Little Rock -- Diplomas the entire four years: Lance Koch, and Patrick Caldarera, were Wes Ilolmes Paul Sarna, Scott awarded to the 176 C. Wilcox, who won the who was the winner of two Paul Schnebelen, GULF "" MARTIN WALTER'S SERVICE OAK & LOCUST ST. CONWAY, ARK. 72032 Drummond Citizens/nsurance, Co. Insure For The Purpose. Complete Service by... McNUTT FUNERAL HOME Crestlawn Memorial Park Cemetery "To Serve as we would be served" CONWAY, ARK. members of the school's fifty- second graduating class at Commencement Exercises held at Catholic High School For Boys in Little Rock. The graduates were an- nounced by Father George W. Tribou, Rector, and presented by His Excellency Bishop Andrew J. McDonald of Little Rock, who presided. Speakers were Christopher W. Cavanaugh, Galen F. Tare and Michael H. O'Dell. There were II Honor Graduates, boys with "A" averages for Valedictorian Award; ScottC. awards: the Leadership Wooten, Joseph Holder Claycomb, who won the Award and the Senior of the MatthewVoldeng. Salutatorian 'Award, and YearAward. Ten mothers were Patrick Caldarera, Patrick Forty-two boys, over one- with the presentationo ft M. Sheehan, Robert M. quarter of the class, won 63 in recognition of the Januzik, Marvin M. Em- scholarship offers worth over their fourth, fifth and merling, Paul D. Sarna, $750,000 in value. Top winner son to graduate from Matthew N. Voldeng, Peter T. was Peter Dietrich with offers High was in this vear'Sd Dietrich, Kyle R. Brantley from all three service Honored for grattuating andJosefC. Villiger. academies, plus Air Force fourth sons were and Marine Corps NROTC Richard Byrne, Mrs. The five major awards scholarships. Other top Goshen, Mrs. Albert were: Outstanding Christian winners were John Breen, and Mrs. Ger' Athlete Award, Wes Holmes; with a scholarship to West Schnebelen. The Unselfish Service Award, Point, and Patrick Sheehan, graduating their fifth John Baker; The Exemplary Steven Kohler, Christopher were Mrs. Joe H. Christian Award, Chris Cavanaugh, Gary Golden, Mrs. Eugene Kresse, Bruce Schratz and Mrs, Thomas. Two graduated their sixth from the school Patrick Hooper and Gerard Baker. [ KORDSM[I[R INDI:PENDENTIY OWN|DsToREsFURNITUR[IN: COl SisterHspitl Trustees  ;OSOoonald Mot) r nch Conwoy Morrilton Hot Springs-- Sister Donald Center, Vicksburg, Miss., and Science in Nursing from Mary Lynch, R.S.M., chief Sister Jean Marie Lilly, Marillac College, St. Louis. "To serve as administrative officer of Mercy Hospital of Scott THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of County Home, CONWAY, ARKANSAS ,, elected Board of Joseph's "It's Easy To Bank With Us DRIVE-IN BANKING FREE CUSTOMER PARKING ,d First State Bank 00Trust Company Conway, Arkansas Six Convenient Locations Member FOlC GROCERY  329-3411 I BAKERY CONWAY, MARKET ARKANSAS County and Pinewood Nursing Home, Waldron, has been chairperson of the Trustees of St. Regional Health Center here. In establishing a governing body in the new Board of Trustees, St. Joseph's officers have tapped the resources and expertise of other Sisters of Mercy in the St. Louis and Omaha Provinces to assure quality of care is provided in accordance with the Mercy mission and philosophy. Sister Mary Carolyn Zionce, R.S.M., of St. John Convent, Hot Springs, was elected as vice-chairperson and Sister Mary Werner Keith, R.S.M., administrator of St. Joseph's, will serve as secretary- treasurer. Other members of the board include Sister Mary Therese Tracy, R.S.M., of Omaha, Neb.; Sister Mary Stephanie Miller, R.S.M., of St. John's Regional Health Center, Springfield, Me.: Sister Mary Patricia Parker, R.S.M, of Mercy- Regional Medical R.S.M., St. Edward Mercy Medical Center, Fort Smith. Sister Donald Mary is a graduate of Mount St. Mary's Academy in Little Rock. She has a Master's Degree in Hospital Administration from Washington University, St. Louis, and a Bachelor of St'. l)onald Mary l,ynch CARPET and PANELING OUTLET C-10 Enterprise Ave. CONWAY, AR. 72032 TELEPHONE 327-5384 or 329-5885 FELIX 8, MARY MOIX, JR. ANNUAL PICNIC St. Joseph's Church CENTER RIDGE Saturday, June 19, 1982 Home,Made Italian Sausage & Spaghetti Supper "All You Can Eat" s7oo CHILDREN HALF PRICE Serving Time 3:30- 9:00 P.M. Games Refreshments O Booths Dance Everyone Is Welcome Her previous position before going to Waldron was vice- president of St. John's Mercy Medical Center, St. Louis, where she supervised five departments and served on the long-range planning committee. would be ser red" USCC Welcomes Prayer Backing Washington (NC) -- President Reagan's en- OkVEN5 dorsement of a constitutional amendment restoring prayer FUI to public schools has been welcomed by the general HOME secretary of the U.S. Catholic Conference. But the USCC official, Father Daniel F. Hoye, also 5509 ].F.K. called for passage of an NORTH LITTLE amendment which would deal with the "larger issue" of 374-0312 voluntary religious . in- struction in public schools. ALTUS, ARKANSAS 72821 From our vineyards high atop St. Mary's Mountain to our winery in Altus, comes the vintage crop year after year. This marks our lOOth year and we invite you to celebrate this tradition with us by trying a bottle of Post Wine in your home. If you are in our area, we invite you to stop by & visit our tasting room and tour the winery. Open 8 am to 8 pm Monday thru Saturday.