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Page 4 April 25, 1998 .................................... ~ ~ ~. ~. ..~~@i~.~~~~~. grandchildren; and four great-grandchil- dren. Ida Snider, 91, a member of Immacu- late Conception Church in Fort Smith, died April 13. She is survived by two sis- ters, Cecilia Goebel of Fort Smith and Agnes Price of Vienna, Va.; and two broth- ers, Natt Snider of Altus and Frank Snider of West Monroe, La. Edward James Pomeroy, 84, a mem- ber of SL Peter the Fisherman Church in Mountain Home, died April 8. He is sur- vived by one son, Edward J. Pomeroy Jr. of Villa Park, M.; and one grandchild. Louis MameD', 91, a member of St. Joseph Church in Conway, died March 8. He is survived by his wife, Rose MasseD'; two sons, Theodore MasseD" and Robert MasseD,, both of Conway; three daugh- ters, Bernadine Kordsmeier, Brenda Ses- sions and Debbie Eckert, all of Conway; 22 grandchildren; and 21 great-grandchil- dren. Lintm Emil Dohogne, 86, a member of St. Mary Church in Paragould, died April 11. He is survived by his wife, Vir- ginia Dohogne; one son, Ranney Dohogne of St. Louis; one daughter, Martha Lou Gramling of Jonesboro; four brothers, Anthony Dohogne and Silas Dohogne, both of Cape Girardeau, Mo., Tiber Dohogne of St. Louis and Urban Dohogne of Paragould; two sis- ters, Viola Dohogne and Ada Roussell, both of Cape Girardeau , Mo.; five Etta F. Lites, 73, a member of St. Ed- ward Church in Texarkana, died April 6. She is survived by one daughter, Dannell Lites; one sister, Jewell Lee; and one brother, J.L. Jenkins. Agmm Concetta Haffey, 76, a member of St. Mary Church in Paragould, died April 1. She is survived by her husband, John Haffey; two brothers, Pat Diglia of Paragould and George Diglio of Endicott, N.Y.; and three sisters, Yolanda Diglio of Endicott, N.Y., Edith Petty of Vero Beach, Fla., and Dorothy Vicari of Afton, N.Y. 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The era'tier your deposit, the more you savefl Full deposit required, savings deducted from balance 12 months before departure I I I month / 10 month 19 month $100 $95 $85 575 8 month / 7 month / 6 meath / 5 month / 4 month $65 $50 145 $4O $35 IDay the fur batu~ ladudia8 iamnm~ S matlu bdore ~mrture- d~lm $~ Arlene Turnbull of Chicago and Shirlq t Witkus of Oaldawn, I11.; one brothal J: LaVon Hanaway of Heritage, Mo.; sister, Berniece Asher of Hebron, InK; | 24 grandchildren; 44 great-grandchil ! ] one great-great-grandchild. John Samuel Castranovo, 83, a mem- ber of St. Michael Church in Cherokee Village, died April 11. He is survived by one son, Ronald Castronovo of Ocala, Fla.; five grandchildren; and seven great-grand- children. Margaret Delores "Dee" Rush, 62, a member of St. Bemard Church in Bella Vista, died April 4. She is survived by her husband, Roy Rush; one son, Jerry Rush of Bella Vista; three daughters, Cindy Henegan and Debbie Supamahitom, both of Arlington, Texas; and Barbara Decldch of North Richland Hills, Texas; and six grandchildren. Robert C. Miner, 72, a member of St. Bernard Church in BeUa Vista, died April 6. He is survived by his wife, Barbara Miner; two sons, Michael Miner of St. Peter, Minn., and Patrick Miner of Omaha, Neb.; four grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Adolph Nick Camlani, 89, a member of Our Lady of the Lake Church in Lake Village, died April 6. He is survived by his wife, Marie Catalani; four daughters, Josetta Pace andJeannine Catalani, both of Lake Village, Linda Steinheil of Franklin, Texas, and Debbie Millwee of Spring, Texas; one son, Ned Catalani of Lake V'dlage; three sisters, Penny W'msett, Louise Mazzanti and Agnes Forte of Lake Village; 13 grandchildren; and five great- grandchildren. Mary Ellen McCormick 72, a member of St. Peter the Fisherman Church in Mountain Home, died April 5. She is survived by two sons, Kevin McCormick of Wood Dale, Ill., and James McCormick of Mountain Home; one daughter, Patricia Shay of Mountain Home; one brother, James Fardssey of Los Angeles; six grandchildren; and three great-grand- children. Anthony C. Mayer, 79, a member of St. Joseph Church in Pine Bluff, died April 5. He is survived by his wife, Jewel Mae Mayer; two sons, Anthony Mayer Jr. and Lawrence Mayer, both of Pine Bluff; one daughter, Judy Masters of Pine Bluff; one brother, John Mayer; and three sisters, Agnes Miller, Annie Miller and Mary Frith, all of Pine Bluff. Lucille Gui , 85, a member of St. Michael Church in Cherokee Village, died April 4. She is survived by two sons, Marvin Guinee of San Jose, Costa Rica, and Bert Guinee of Edina Minn.; two daughters, Harry Bohart, 87, a member of St. petg the Fisherman Church in Mountai Home, died April 9. There are no inane diate survivors. Albert Lawrence Paladino, 68, a rhea" ber of St. Patrick Church in North Little Rock, died April 9. He is survived by. i wife, Erma Paladino; one son, Wfli Paladino of Benton; one daughter, Brenda Adams of North Litde Rock; sisters, Louise Yocum of Morrilton Josephine DeSalvo of Conway; four broth" ers, John Paladino and Tony Paladha0, both of Little Rock, Adolph paladino 01 Rose City and Victor Paladino of GonWaY; three grandchildren; and three great" grandchildren. Frank Bartofich, 85, a member of Leo Church in Hartford, died March He is survived by his wife, Ruth FanCher, one daughter, Barbara Carranza of Gre r wood; four sisters, Kattie Hoopenga _. r and Ruby Odeash, both of GreenWO . MZ Bahorich of Baltimore, and Mildre0 Sui k of Springdale; two grandchildrett; and one great-grandchild. Margherita Marus Costeilo, 78, fo " merly of St. Joseph Church in Pine BI , died April 1. She is survived by six sot [ Pat Costello III, Mike Costello, Pa, i Costello, Terry Costello, Danny Gostdl [ and Tim Costello; one sister, Irea [ Simpson; 14 grandchildren; and fot great-grandchildren. Florence Stewart, 90, a member of Mary Church in Hot Springs, died 12. She is survived by one daughter, ~. Stewart of Hot Springs; and one gr#tr child. William 94, a member of Bernard Church in Bella Vista, died.fll 10. He is survived by two sons, Wi Cashin M of Manhatten, Kan, and ard Cashin of Ocala, Fla.; one daughter2 Patricia Reilly of Pensacola, Fla.; grandchildren; and eight great-grand : dren. Mark Allison, 40, a member Bernard Church in BeUa Vista, died/W 10. He is survived by his parents, Robo' and Helen Allison. Honey Ham en Biscuits Mint Juleps Fruit ff Relish Trays Derby Pie served in the MaCnolia Room "Old Kentucky Home" sin -a-lon {Ladies invited to design their own creation; men can participate oo!) 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