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July 21, 1991

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PAC 4 ARKANSAS CA1HOI ]LILY 21, 1991 P I I II Judy A weekend of activities and the renewal of their vows marked the .BOth wedding anni- versaly of Jay and Ed Smith of Christ the King parish in Little Rock. Rev. Msgr. J. Gaston Hebert, pastor, was the celebrant at a spedal anniversary Mass, which was followed by a champagne brunch at the Maumelle Country Club. The Smiths' two daughters, Carole Smith of Conway and Linda Hays of St. Louis attended the celebration with their Kmfilies. Other guests included friends and family members from New Jersey, Connecticut, Illinois and Georgia. Ed Smith and Jay Nawrot were married on June 21, 1941 in st. Mary's church, Nutley, New Jersey. Two parishioners of St.Joseph in Paris were chosen as Boys' State delegates from Paris High School. Zeke Nehus, son of James and Rita Nehus, is a member of the Na- tional Honor Society, Fellowship of Chris- tian Athletes, Quiz Bowl Team and Key Club. Steven Brooks, son of Elwood and Lynda Brooks, is a member of the Key Club and the Fellowship of Christian Ath- letes. Both yotmg men phyed all-district football. Brooks has also excelled in Irack and was chosen to the Arkansas River Valley Dream Team where he received the Outstanding Track Athlete of the Year Award. Steven Brooks Zeke Nehus Vman Freepon, of St. Richard's in Bald Knob, recently received the Catholic Church Service Award for out- standing conu-ibufions to her parish. Freepon was recognked for more than 20 yem~ of service as door- keeper, sacristan, custo- dian and lawnkeeper. She is described as St. Richard's "parish over- seer" and "Gum-dian An- gel." Pastor Rev. John E. Barnes presented the award at the annual "Over 55" dinner held at St. Janles in Searcy. L to R: Rev. John E. Barnes, Richard's, Bald Knob ? ::~ ~ :~ii(i:~ii Vivian Freepon of St. Newly elected ~ of- ricers of St. Paul's in Pocahontas were installed at a recent Sunday Mass. The officers entered in procession with pastor, Rev. Joseph M. Correnti, who presented C'K) pins after the homily. The officers are Jeremy Baltz, president; Jamie Walker, vice-president; Selina Farm, secretary;, Doug Dust, Ireasurer; Alex Baltz, spiritual chair;, KimJunkersfeld and Lea Eubanks, conuntmications co-chairs; Chris Ungerank, ,service chair and Trey Steimel, social chair. Adtdt hd Lsors are Patsy Baltz and Bernadette Ungerank. The group plans several summer activities including a pool party to welcome new MAUS IMPLEMENT CO. 1120 West Broadway Morrilton, AR 72110 Affordable "- Capable Quality Personal Service members, a planning meeting for next year and a canoe trip on the Elevenpoint River. Students at Immaodate Conception School in Blytheville recently en- joyed the first annual field day competition which in- duded sports events for all ages. The school's Stun- mer Enrichment Proglam sponsored a rummage sale, snack trm" and hake sale. Proceeds ~ be used for the recently estab- lished Scholarship Ftmd Program and for class- room supplies. Harper of Im- L to R: Amanda Romero, Candace maculate Conception, Blytheville. is **** ch Two young men of Mary, Mother of God parish in Harrison were recognized for Na outstanding sportsmanship in the Babe Ruth League Baseball Program. Joe Harmaan, son Lit of Becky and Hank Halm~n, mid Cart Heuschmidt, son of Bemadine and Carl Heuschmidt, G.L both ninth graders at Harrison Junior High School, were among seven players recognized Th for displaying courage, tolerance, modesty and a spirit of cooperation and team play. so Randy Shinabely, Randy Shinabery PD, of St. Norbert in Marked Tree, recently received the Arkansas Pharmacists Association "Community Service Award" and the A.H. Robins 'T~owl of Hygia" Award for outstanding conmaunity service by phamtacists. Shhmbely, a member of the Arkansas Pharmacists Association and the National Association of Retail Druggists, re- ceived his pharmacy degree from the University of Tennessee. Shinabely's commtmity activities indude Little Ix~ague basel~dl, Cub Scouts, Chamber of Conunerce Board of Directors and the (iaoeer Awareness plx)gram at Marked Tree 1 tigh School. At St. Norbert's, he is a member of the Building, l:mance and Steward- slfip Colmlfittees. I Ie ",dso serves on the Spiritual Renewal Com- nfittee and as a Stmday School teacher. The aw, u-ds, estahlished in 1958 to encourage community par- ticipation by pharmacists, are presented manually by A. H. Robins and the Arkansas Pharmacists Association. Cathy Trower, RN, of St. Edward's in Texarkana, was recently selected '~Nurse of the Yem" by Arkansas Nurses Axsociation District 3. Trower is a 1984 graduate of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences where she obtained her bachelor of science in nursing and registered nurse practitioner degrees. She is currently employed by Wadley LifeSource where she teaches diabetes educa- tion and works in program planning. She is a member of the Arkansas Chapter of American Diabetes Educators and is a board member of the American Heart Association. Trower, daughter of Joseph and Agnes Knittig of St. Theresa's parish in Little Rock, is a 1980 graduate of ML St. Mary Academy. She and her husband, Ray Trower, have two daughters, Natalie and r Uy. Cathy Trower TO0 BIG OR TOO SMALL M0rrilt0n Plumbing & Healng CO. Hwy. 64 E MoPPilton 354-2052 Repair - Remodeling - New Work Herb Kordsmeier, Pres. 1 BIB ..... r:eer:s: "Home of fine clothing for men and women" "G ch Ed li'O far in hal IJO ar~ 6fi wa T H te~ to