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PAGE 4 THE GUARDIAN, JULY 19. 1974 Arkansas Obituaries Fr. WILLIAM D. LUDWIG Waynesville, Mo. -- With 72 priests participating, a. con- celebrated Mass of Christian Burial was offered in St. Robert Church here recently for the pastor, Father William D. Ludwig, 46, a native of Pocahontas, Ark., who died June 20 following a heart at- tack. Father Ludwig, son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Ludwig of of Mr. and Mrs. F.J. Baltz of Pocahontas, attended grade school in Wilson, Ark., and took three years of high school studies at St. John's Home Missions Seminary, Little Rock. Msgr. Gerold J. Kaiser, vicar- general and chancellor of the Jefferson City diocese, was principal celebrant of the Funeral Mass. Burial was in Resurrection Cemetery, Waynesville. Father Ludwig completed his Springfield, Mo., and grandson secondary education at St. BASKIN ROBBINS 3 ! FLAVORS ICE CREAM Bob Brownlee, 2710 Olive St. Mgr. Pine Bluff, Ark. SHOP WITH CONFIDENCE 205 Main St. Pine Bluff, Ark. J. E. BOYCE AGENCY INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE * Walter Cook * tin Nixon * Weaver Loyd * Budd Lybrand Phone 534-7041 61Z W. 6th Ave. Pine Bluff, Ark. I JOHNNY TURCHI GROCERY 1217 Ohio Street Pine Bluff, Ark. PHONE 534.208 ! JOE TURCIfl LIQUOR 101 South MichiEan " Pine Bluff, Ark. Phone 535.5745 Acme-Dan Post-Nacona'Texas Boots Hdqts. DAVE LUPO'S SHOE REPAIR & SHOE CENTER 409 State St. Pine Bluff, Arkansas FAILLA JANITOR & HOUSECLEANING SERVICE ALSO PARKING LOT CLEANING 1309 West 5tb Pine Bluff, Ark. 71601 Phone 534-8236 YOUNG'S LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS 917 Main Street Pine Bluff, Arkansas FUNERAL DIRECTORS CHERRY ST. AT 8TH AVE. / PHONE 534-3131 Mary High School, Cape Girardeau, then worked as a railroad agent and telegrapher for two years before resuming studies for the priesthood at St. Louis Preparatory Seminary and Kenrick Seminary, St. Louis. He was ordained March 26, 1955, for the Archdiocese of St. Louis. , Father Ludwig had held pastoral assignments in North Kansas City, Kirksville, Monroe City, Clarence and Rolla, Mo., before being given the Waynesville pastorate in 1972. He was a talented architect and electronics specialist and oversaw many church and rectory building projects. In 1964, he spent four months in Peru directing construction of a Leaders of A rkansa s Knights rectory and convent. State officers and district deputies of the Deputy Odeil Yocum, State Warden Louil Besides his parents and Knights of Columbus were installed during a Pianalto, Father Marley, State Advq grandparent, Father Ludwig is recent conference in Morrilton by the state Rudolph Hess and State Secretary George J survived by a brother, Dr. chaplain, Father Edward R. Marley, C.S.Sp. Edwards. Frank Ludwig of North Little In the photo above, from left, are State Rock, Ark., and sisters, Mrs. Leon W. Miller of Chaffee, Mo., ducted Sunday evening in the and Mrs. Thomas Goldt of Healey & Roth chapel. Msgr. Danville, Calif. John B. Scheper, former pastor of Good Counsel parish, JOHN R. HANSON celebrated the Funeral Mass. Burial was in Calvary Little Rock - A Mass of Cemetery. Pallbearers were Christian Burial for John R. Max W. Koehler, Jr., Robert H. Hanson, 60, of 26 Monica Bradford, Jr., Frank M. Dicus, George Hilpert, Dr. R. W. Beck Drive, who and John B. Marre. died last Fri- Memorials may be sent to day, was of- fered Monday Good Counsel Parish Building in Good Coun- Fund, to Big Brothers of Pulaski County or the American sel Church Cancer Society. "  here. ' " , :" Mr. Hanson, a Fourth Degree BERNARD E. FRIGA '7 Knight of Columbus and a past Grand Knight of Little Rock Paris - Bernard E. Friga, 55, Council No. 812, was vice of 3610E. Walnut St., died July First of Many in El Dorado president of Favorite Check 11 in the Veterans Ad- Printers and a former general ministration Hospital in Little These nine teenagers, the first class to graduate from Holyl sales manager for International Rock after a year's illness. Redeemer Junior High School in the south Arkansas city! Graphics. A Mass of Christian Burial for will enter senior high school next month. From left, fron': He was born in Little Rock, Mr. Friga was offered at St. row, are Melanie Freeman, Ceci Pitard, Julie Murry and son of the late Maynard N. and Joseph's Church here July 13 by Susanna Finch. Second row, Robert Little, Linda McVay,;. Rosa Langhammer Hanson, Father Paul Hoedebeck, O.S.B., Darryl Bussey, Chris Cole and Matt Callaway.  wasacursillista, anda member pastor. Burial was in St. [ of Good Counsel Holy Name Joseph's Cemetery. Anhalt and Mrs. Katie Elskin of Ficker Favre, he was born Society, Big Brothers, the Coast Mr. Friga was born Auk. 31, Paris, and Mrs. Rosemary 2, 1920, in Conway. He ma'Vq Guard Auxiliary and a past 1919, atShoal Creek, the son of Johnson of Chicago; and three Florence Hubert on Marclfa president of the Civitan Club. the late John and Johanna grandchildren. 1944. She survives. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Friga He married the former A Rosary, led by Father Paul, vivors include a daughter, ]lift Catherine Thornton Hanson; a Frieda Kremers Oct. 19, 1940, at was recited the night before the William Habein, and a gtu t son, John R. Hanson, Jr. of Shoal Creek. He was a member funeral at the Cox Funeral son, Luke Habein of _Atl,. Little Rock; a daughter, Mrs. of the Catholic War Veterans. Home. Pallbearers were Minn.; four brothers F8 ' Victor E. Paulette, Jr., of - He was a welder for 20 years Lawrence Adams, Bill Anhalt, Alphonse Favre, C.S.Sp Bauxite; three brothers, and amember of the Paris Fire Mort Miller, Ambrose Schmitz, Charles, La., and Leo F William P. Hanson of Little Department. William McKelvy, and Victor Jr., John Favre, and Joe F Rock, Carl G. Hanson of Survivors include his wife; Schneider. all of Conway, and five siSt Memphis and Lawrence W. two sons, Michael Friga of Sister MaryWinifred, R.S. Hanson of Morgan City, La.; North Little Rock and Bobby P.C. FAVRE Fort Smith, Sister 1 four sisters, Mrs. A. Roy At-" Friga of Bloomington, Ill.' two ' Laurene, R.S.M., of wood, Mrs. Marie Elms, Mrs. J. daughters, Mrs. Betty Maddox Tacoma, Wash. - Peter C. Springs, and Mrs. Peter I4i W. Land and Mrs. Hildegard of Fort Smith and Mrs. Cindy Favre, 54, of Steilacoom, Wash., Catherine Favre and Care Renfroe, all of Little Rock; and Karrant of Americus, Ga.; a formerly of Conway, Ark., died Favre, all of Conway. five grandchildren, brother, Leon Friga of Chicago; July 11, at a Tacoma hospital. Funeral services were  A Rosary service was con- three sisters, Mrs. Hermina He was a retired federal prison ducted by his brother, Fat officer and a veteran of World War II. Favre, in St. John B0 Church, Lakewood, Wash., t '1 What's H nn | A son of Leo" and Josephine Monday. '|, Here and There Around the Diocese Pocahontas Shoppers Guide00... TEXARKANA She was assisted by Judy . Ji,  i Adam, Mary Selner, Kathy Safe and Dependable Since 1903 L Members of the St. Edward's Messer, Cecelia Crosz and Catholic Youth Organization Joseph O'Brien. A CCD picnic 1 will chal:ter a bus for their was held June 28 after a BANK OF PONCAHONTAS ' annual retreat to New Subiaco children's Mass. Abbey July 23-25, thanks to The St. Michael's Altar Phone 892-5286 "' more than $600 raised in a Society held a successful bake recent bke sale. sale on the July 4th weekend. Pocahontas, Ark. Member F D It"-" Newly elected officers are " " Theresa Wolf, president; Ricky . Forte, vice president; Shirley MORRILTON I  [ I I Wolf, secretary; and Jimmy To raise money for its cDANIEL Washington, treasurer, building fund, Sacred Heart Schlwilispnsnritsannual i CONWAY bazaar on the school grounds ,V AND tomorrow, Saturday, July 20. A Recently installed new of- family-style supper will be FURNITUR-- ricers of Conway Council No. served from 5 to 8:30 P.M. Box '| Ol.l-rn Ill% ['  COMPANY U| 4143, Knightsof Columbus, are: lunches will be available at 4 Jim Stiefvater, grand knight; P.M. I IN__E__' [I [I G.E. APPLIANCES John Dayer, deputy grand AI Kordsmeier, general knight; Tm Walsh' chancellr; chairman' said a 1974 Plymuth [ W'll [I Phone 892.5231 Jim Robinson, recorder; Satellite will be one of many --- On Pocahontas" MartinKrdsmeier'treasurer; prizes awarded' The midway [  . . Bob Kordsmeier, advocate; will feature a variety of booths, Alfred Lachowsky, warden; Joe he said. Nabhoh, inside guard; Gary [Old e Strack, outside guard; Clem TEXARKANA . . . . Kordsmeier, trustee; and smobd [ m I Frignda,r Clarence Nahlen, financial Catholic Daughters Our Lady  [ [:  RVJC [ [IN I APPllAllCES  secretary, of Lourdes Court No. 1789 held a reception for new members HARDY June 23 as its last meeting Twenty-nine students par- before dismissing for the | [ "" I ticipated in the first CCD summer. / BALTZ EQUIPMENT CO 1 Vacation School of St. Michael's church here. The children were tlOT SPRINGS * pre-schoolers through eighth The annual family picnic for l Highway 67 and 62 at "Y" .I grade. Sister Elizabeth Bor- members of St. John's parish I Farm Equipment -- Motor Trucks -- Parts and SarVlllrl nhoft, who is spending the was held recently at Lake 1 PHONES: 892-5254 or 892-5255 i summer visiting her mother Catherine State Park. The large POCAHONTAS ARKANSAS and sister, was in charge of the turnout enjoyed a potluck buffet school, conducted June 24-28. and games.