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PAGE 4 THE GUARDIAN, JANUARY 18, 1974 MRS. JOSIE DeSALVO Center Ridge -- A Mass of Christian Burial for Mrs. Josie DeSalvo, 81, of Center Ridge was concelebrated by her pastor, Msgr. Francis J. McKee, V.F., and her nephew, Rev..Raphael, DeSalvo, O.S.B., in St. Joseph's Church here Jan 5. Mrs. DeSalvo, wife of the late Carmie DeSatvo, died in a Morrilton Hospital Jan. 2. She HOPPERS GUIDE | ROY RHEA, Owner Rhea Drug Co. HILLCREST - LoP 2801 Kavanaugh 663-4131 FREE DELIVERY DAN'S SHOE SHOP RAY AND CLARENCE TROILLET "The lest in Shoe R*lmlrinl" Phone 666-9731 2903 Kavanaugh Member Worthen Charge Service Arkansas was a member of the St. Joseph's Altar Society. Survivors include two sons, John DeSalvo of Jacksonville and Anthony DeSalvo of Tulsa, Okla.: a daughter, Miss Emma Lee DeSalvo of Center Ridge; five sisters, Mrs. Pauline Christopher of Detroit, Mrs. Angeline DeSalvo of Morrilton, Mrs. Mary of Bloomington, Ill., Mrs. Donna Hambling of Center Ridge, and Miss Frances Paladino of Center Ridge; nine grand- children and three great- grandchildren. Msgr. McKee and Father Edward G. Marley, C.S.Sp., pastor of Sacred Heart Church in Morrilton led recitiation of the Rosary for Mrs. DeSalvo the night before the funeral at the Harris Funeral Home in Morrilton. Burial was at the Catholic Cemetery in Center Ridge. ALBERT WINKLER Fort Smith -- The funeral of Albert Winkler, 83, of 4701 Kinkead, who died here Jan. 2. after a long illness, was con- ducted Jan. 4 with a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Boniface Church. The pastor, Father Maurus Gerke, O.S.B., of- fieiated. Mr. Winkler, who was born in Germany, a son of Otto and Caroline Zinn Winkler, is survived by two sisters, Mrs. George Digiacomo of Paris, Ark., and Mrs. Kathryn Hester of Dallas, Texas; a- half- brother, Pete Merz, and a niece, Mrs. Stella Parrot, both of Fort Smith. Father Maurus conducted a Rosary service in the Putnam Funeral Home. Burial was in Holy Cross Cemetery here. Pallbearers were Mike Hofrichter, John Nieman, Fred Parrot, Leo Remler, Scotty Remler and Bill Leding. COL. JOHN B. STRONG Heber Springs -- A Mass of Christian Burial was offered Jan. 7 in St. Albert's Church here for Col. John Baxter Strong, 64, of 2 Crappie Cove, by the pastor, Father Reuben J. Groff. The retired Air Force officer died at his home here Jan. 3 after a lengthy illness. He was a native of Hampton, Ark. Sur- viving are his wife, Mary Kathleen Tracy Strong of Heber Springs, a brother, Paul B. Strong of Dallas, Texas, and two sisters, Miss Mollye Strong and Mrs. W. J. St. John, both of Dallas. Father Groff conducted a Rosary service in the Olmstead Funeral Home. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery, Little Rock. Pallbearers were C. A. Kirklin, O. C. Weigel, P. C. Myers, Sr., P. C. Myers, Jr., J. R. DeLatte and W. C. Tench. RAYMOND A PINKE Hartman -- Raymond A. Pinke, 48, of Route 1, Hartman, a plumber and electrician, died here Jan. 6 following a short illness. A Funeral Mass for Mr. Pinke Havea glorious meal atWiederkehr00 Wein Keller Restaurant. The tours are nice too. Follow the highway signs up St. Mary's Mountain on Highway 186, easily accessible from U.S. 64 and In- terstate 40. Tours, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Wein Keller Restaurant open 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Reservations please. 00iederhehr WINE CELLARS, INC. ALTUS, ARKANSAS Obituaries was concelebrated by Father Sebastian Beshoner, O.S.B., pastor, Father Lawrence Miller, O.S.B., and Father Denis Soerries, O.S.B., in Sacred Heart Church here Jan. 8. Also in the sanctuary was Father Raymond Wewers, O.S.B., associate pastor. He was born May 28, 1925, in Hartman, the son of Chris and Elizabeth Pinke. Survivors include six brothers, Aloys Pinke, Leonard Pinke and Edwin J. Pinke, all of Clarksville, Rupert Pinke of Hartman, Herbert Pinke of Wichita, Kans., and Carl Pinke of Central City, Iowa; and a step-daughter, Ann Ellis. A Rosary for Mr. Pinke, led by Father Sebastian, was recited the evening before the funeral at the Cox Funeral Home. Burial was at Sacred Heart Cemetery in Hartman. Pallbearers were his nephews, Robert Rickitts, Eddie Pinke, Jamie Blackwood, David Pinke, Earnest Pinke and Charles Soerner. JAMES D. BROWN Fort Smith -- A Funeral Mass for James D. Brown, 45, of 801 N. 47th St., was offered in Immaculate Conception Church by Father Joseph M. Correnti Mrs. Mildred Intres Brown ; two daughters, Miss Maria Brown and Miss Janet Brown, both of Fort Smith; and a son, James Brown of Fort Smith. A Rosary, led by Father Correnti, was recited the night before the funeral at the Put- man Funeral Home. Burial was in National Cemetery here. Pallbearers were Chris Meyers, Mike Meyers, Mark Gross, Kuper Upchurch, Mike Smith, Tom Caldarera, David Seiter, and Freddy Seiter. MRS. ANNA AHLERT Fort Smith -- A Mass of Christian Burial for Mrs. Anna Spanel Ahlert, 91, of 1903 Hendricks, was offered at Christ the King Church here by Father Thomas P. Reynolds, pastor, on Dec. 26. Father Maurus Gerke, O.S.B., pastor of St. Boniface Church, gave the sermon. Also in the sanctuary were Msgr. William E. Galvin, V.F., pastor of Immaculate Conception Church, Father Hilary Filiatreau, O.S.B., Father Herbert Vogelpohl, O.S.B., and Father James Foley, O.S.B. Mrs. Alhert died Dec. 23 in St. Edward Mercy Hospital here following a short illness. She was born June 23, Prairie View, the Frank and Anna Spanel, was a member of the Society at St. Meinra at Prairie View. Survivors include daughters, Miss Anna Miss Mary Ahlert, Forst, and Mrs. Rose all of Fort Smith; Mrs. Plunkett of Muskogee, Mrs. Clara Bender of Colo., and Mrs. Theresa Pomona, Cal. ; two sons, Ahlert and Vincent of Fort Smith ; two sisters Hedwig Lehnen and Mrs. Stutz, both of Prairie grandchildren and 41 grandchildren. Ahlert i A Rosary for Mrs. recited the night before iF funeral at the Fentress tuary Chapel; Burial was aft m Meinrad's Cemetery in PrP nl View. Pallbearers grandsons Jerry Ahl., Raymond Ahlert, Gene A, Phillip Plunkett , Jimmy All and Robert Rich. Ever Wonder... B .. if Washington cre-Nq more problems than it soi%r Jr., associate pastor, on Jan. 7. Mr. Brown, who had retired from the U. S. Army, died Jan. 5 in St. Edward Mercy Hospital here following a long illness. He Was born Sept. 23, 1928, in Philadelphia, Pa., the son of James and Rachael Catlin Brown, and had lived in Fort Smith 22 years. He was a member of the American Legion and Immaculate Con- ception Church. Survivors include his wife, I Stuttgart COKER-HAMPTON DRUG CO. "IN BUSINESS FOR YOUR HEALTH" Stuttgart, Arkansas 218 S. MAIN TELEPHONE 922-5552 SHIELDS-HORST COMPANY, Inc. Real Estate-Insurance.Real Estate Loans  )ra] Howard Horst - Jack Jacobs - BiI| Koch e ; Main at 3rd St. Stuttgart, Ark. Science Demons tra tot Curt Johnston, a member of the Holy Souls Parish Council, Little Rock, and a 1949 graduate of Catholic High School, is one of the better known employees of Southwestern Bell. 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