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THE GUARDIAN, MARCH 7, 1969 PAGE 9 DILLINGEB EBAL HOME ,era1 Directors 125 Laurel St. Ark. 72112 The Newport Daily Independent Weekly Independent u ESTABLISHED 1901 2 out o[ 3 Jackson Countians Read THE INDEPENDENT VAN DYKE'S "The F,rdt(re Store" Frigidaire Appliances  Quality Furniture Ark. Phone SA 3-5110 First 4 00tional Bank Arkansas PURI)Y FLOWER SHOP 02 Walnut St. Ph. JAckson 3-5875 Newport, Ark. 72112 ANHEUSER-BUSCH Budwe'L00er C & C DISTRIBUTORS 2nd. St. Newport, Ark. School of Beauly Culture ervice At 123 Walnut Newport, Ark. Bag ). Fann Jewelers Newport, Arkansas "' R. FORTUNE BEER COMPANY Phone JO 3-4305 205 Plum Street Newport, Arkansas Distributor for Schlitz and Falstaff Beer CONSTRUCTION CO., Inc. d and Screened Sand and Gravel READY MIXED CONCRETE - Morrilton- Russellville- Dardanelle SOUTHERN COTTON OIL CO. Newport, Arkansas New Assembly Instituted Named to Honor Father W eibel Pocahontas -- More than 80 Sir Knights and their ladies attended the recent formal institution of the newly-formed Father Eugene Weibel General Assembly, Fourth Degree, Knights of Columbus here. The institution and installation of charter officers were conducted at the Hillcrest Restaurant here New Assernbly's Charter Officers, Visitors February 23. The new Assembly Pictured at the recent institution of the new Father Eugene Weibel is composed of 50 charter mem- General Assembly, Fourth Degree, Knights of Columbus, fromleft, bers from councils in Jonesboro, in front row, are: John A. DeClerk, captain; Hosea H. Wright, Paragould, Pocahontas and Engel- admiral; R.S. Peters, St., state master; James D. Brackett, berg. navigator; The Rev. Patrick M. Lynch, friar; F.A. Martin, Eight of the members also are sentinel; R.S. Peters, Jr., navigator of Bishop Byrne General charter members of Third De- Assembly, Little Rock. Back row, from left: George J. Edwards, , gree Counil No. 2443, Pocahontas, scribe; Hubert A. Brodell, trustee; William S. Davis, sentinel; which was established 46 years Dr. Thomas B. DeClerk, purser; Jim J. Baltz, comptroller; Urban ago. They are William Baltz, L. Dohogne, trustee, and John A. Wilson, pilot. A. J. Baltz, Dr. M. A. Baltz, John V. Baltz, Ferd Spinnenwe- Faithful Navigator James D. ish, Paragould; The Rev. John A. bet, William Nuce, A. C. Dealerk Brackett of the new Assembly. Janesko, pastor of St. John's and George H. Steimel. Other clergy attending were The parish, Engelberg; The Rev. The new General Assembly is Rev. Patrick M. Lynch, pastor of Thomas Barre, assistant pastor named in honor of The Rev. John St. Paul's parish, Pocahontas, who of St. Paul's; and The Rev. Eugene Weibel, a Pocahontas pas- is Faithful Friar of the new Louis Deuster, O.S.B., chaplain tor of the late 19th century. Assembly; The Rev. Bernard of St. Bernard's Hospital, Jones- State Master R. S. Peters, Sr., Malone, pastor of St. Mary's par- boro. of Little Rock officiated at the in- uU.N T  stallation of the charter officers. __.L=, Assisting him was his son, R.S. Peters, Jr., who is Faithful Nay- --=" " igator of Bishop Andrew Byrne . UDaI   General Assembly of Little Rock.  Guest speaker was The Very Rev. Louis J. Jaaesko, V.F., pas- tor of Blessed Sacrament parish, Jonesboro. The toastmaster was SEED RICE REGISTERED - CERTIFIED - NON-CERTIFIED * Star Bonnet * Blue Bonnet 50 * Bluebelle * Nova 66 * Dawn * Nato Pgn0genize your seed this year with Panogen... a superior liquid seed treatment for seed rot and seed- ling diseases. SOYBEANS REGISTERED - CERTIFIED - NON-CERTIFIED * Hill * Dare * Hood * Lee * Davis * Pickett * Dyer * Bragg * Hampton 266 SOYBEAN SEED INOCULANT FOR HIGHER LEGUME YIELDS Use Dry... No Water Needed SPECIAL FORMULATION - Designed for planting time treatment of soybean seed. PROTECTS SEED-from seedling blight, damp-off and seed-born diseases. PROMOTES GROWTH - Encourages uniform emergence and a full stand. LOW COST - Growers report increased profits at a 10 to 1 rate over investment. 4 ounces per bushel. SEED LUBRICANT-a special non-oil lubricant to aid seed flow. SPECIAL FORMULA FOR ACID OR LEACHED SOILS- ORTHO Soybean Seed Protectant is also available in a special formulation with molybdenum to help increase yields. Improves nitrogen nodula- tion of root systems. J;I(OB HIRTZPHoNE 922-7251S((D COo Inc., Arkan.a. .i . ' P.O. Box 946 72160