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2721 Kavanaugh LR 663-1196 PACE4 ARKANF~ CATHOLIC JUNE30. 1991 Judy Jeffrey Rose, a 1991 graduate of Catholic High School for Boys, has won a Waste Management National Merit four-year scholarship of $4,000 per year. He will attend the University of Illinois and plans to major in English and Philosophy. Rose has been active in 4-H throughout high school and was named the Pulaski County 4- H Teen Star. He was an active member of the CazO and was a football team manager for Catholic High. Rose is the son of John and Maureen Rose of Our Lady of the Holy Souls parish in Little Rock. * * * * Jeff Rose john M. A. DeHppa, professor and associate dean of the UALR School of Law, recently received the Faculty Excellence Award for teaching. Each of the university's five colleges and the School of Law chose three faculty members to receive awards in teaching, research or public service. The winners were nominated by faculty and students in their colleges and selected by a college committee. DePippa, his wife, Karen, and their four children are members of the Cathedral of St. Andrew parish in Little Rock. Karen DePippa works for Catholic Social Services as coordinator of the Westside Medical Clime. Blake Heller Blake Heller, son of Barry and Elaina Heller of St. John's parish in Hot Springs, will represent the Boy Scouts of America at the 17th World Jamboree to be held in Korea this August. At a recent pre-jamboree training weekend in Dallas, Heller was chosen quar- termaster for his Jamboree Troop #825, which is made up of 36 Scouts and four adult leaders from four slates and Hong Kong. Heller, active in Scouting for eight years, is a member of the Honor Campers Scouting Association, the Order of the Arrow and eamed the rank of Eagle Scout in 1990. He attended St-John's elemen- tary school and is now a junior at Hot Springs High School. St. John's parish in Engelberg held its first-ever Vacation Bible School recently with 70 participants. Children also attended from St.J/ seph in Coming and St. Paul in Pocahontas. St. Maxine Vogan coordinated the week4ong school and St. Geraldine Homer or Pocahontas directed the singing and planned the liturgie The Confirmation Class of St.John's helped with the program as their service project. Karen Kraft, Kim Eden and Jennifer Iangston were delegates to Girls' State at Harding University in Searcy in early June. Girls State, sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary since 1942, is an educational program in which girls live together in mythical dies and counties, elect their own officials and organize their own legislature. All three young women are parishioners of Immaculate Concep- tion in North Little Rock and are former graduates of its elementary schooL They were chosen for Girls' State on the basis of leadership, character, holarship and com- munity service. .4~';~., Kraft, daughter of Rosemary and David .... Kraft, is a senior honor student at North Kim Eden Little Rock West Campus. Eden is a se- nior at Mt. St. Mary Academy and is the daughter of Becky and Richard Eden. Eden recently won the Robert Salver Memorial Award for volunteering in the field of drug and alcohol abuse prevention. She will be a youth leader at the annual Govemor's Youth Conference on Alcohol and Drugs later this summer. Langston, daughter of Mikie and Jimmy Langston of Sherwood, is a senior at Sylvan Hills ITlgh School, where she won a number of academic achievement awards this year. She is now attending the six-week Governor's School at Hendrix College in Conway. All three girls are active in their Karen Kraft parish C10 and Langston recently received the Youth Service Award Jennifer Langston at the ~ Convention. mark, IIFO Ay*25 SEE THE GREAT PASSION PLAY & AT KELLER COUNTRY DORM RESORT [ for GROUPS of 12-1co0, in Eureka Springs, Ark. [ Air- Condilioned Lodging, Swimm , $ 9 tickets, I I ALL INCLUDED! Call 501/25,3-8418today! J i.iJ ~lIOefi & Gourmet Coffee House Green Mountain Plaza ~i I1715 Rainwood, LR 228-9900 Chicken Plate, a cool salad sensation. SHEET METAL Tile & Slate Roofing 375-8229 Heating & Ventilating Systems IGutter Work 1508 Scott Street Little Rock im Complete boot and shoe repair... We repair most leather goods. DON'S DOWNTOWN SHOE SERVICE 311 West 7th Street UJlle Rock 378-0228 Mon.-Ffl. 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM ; Sat.9 AM - to I PM CONGRA TULA TIONS to SISTER CHARLENE LINDEMAN, OSB on her th' Anniversary and all the sisters... are the apple of our eye. from yourfr/ends at STAR BOLT & SCREW CO., INC. 500 North Olive St., NLR 372-7127 or AR Watts 1-800-482-9023 Church of the Assumption, on Hwy. 64 in Atla'ns Saturday, July 13 on the church grounds Enjoy our Roast Beef & Chicken Dinner with all the trimmings $6 adults, HALF PRICE for children under 12. We begin serving at 5:30 PM. Games for.all ages...good food and fellowship I have whe a w~