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PAGE 8 THE GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 26, 1969 Arkansas Obituaries Requiem Masses Offered in Pocahontas, Little Rock, Fort S LANCE CPL JOHN SCHMIDT the direction of Sister M. School and a week later enlisted children and two great grand- preceding the funeral. Roseann Schneider, O.S.B., sang. in the Marine Corps. He hadbeen children. Miss Barry died Pocahontas -- Marine Lance Timothy Scott, a former class- in Vietnam since March 1. Pallbearers were JoeNiemann, in Charleston. She Cp. John J. Schmidt was killed mate, sang "Exodus" at the He is survived by his parents, Lynn Niemann, Michael Niemann, home at 819 South in action in South Da Nang, South offertory. Miss Jane Wylie, also Mr. and Mrs. TonySchmidt; three Lt. Charles Engelberger, Jr., Fort Smith. She was Vietnam August 25. His body was a classmate, was at the organ, brothers, Curtis, Albert and Ronald Engelberger and Donald Fort Smith July 5, 1888, returned to Pocahontas Septem- In his homily, Father Lynch Frank Schmidt; four sisters, Mrs. Engelberger, all grandsons of Survivors include a bet 4 and on September 6 his read a part of a letter sent to the Gretchen Firment of Florissant, Mr. Hepp; Joseph Brewczynski, Henry E. J. Barry of funeral was held in St. Paul the family from a buddy. It said the Me., Mrs. Mary Elizabeth St- Carl Bopp and Cliff Wesson. ton, eight nephews Apostle Church with a throng of company was in a dense thicket cotte of New Hampshire, and Honorary pallbearers weremem- Pallbearers, all relatives and friends attending, when a surprise attack came. Catherine and Trudy Schmidt of bers of Little Rock Council 812, great nephews of A Requiem High Mass was of- Young Schmidt crawled out into Little Rock; and his paternal Knights of Colubus. eluded Pat Lahmeyer, 13 feted with The ReD. Patrick M. the open to assist a fallen corn- grandfather, Joseph Schmidt, Sr., ry, Tommy Lahmeyer Lynch, pastor, officiating and fade and was hit himself, of Pocahontas. MISS MARY ETHEL BARRY Pachmayr, Robert preaching the homily. In thesanc- Father Barre officiated at the Those attending the funeral Steve Pachmayr. tuary were The ReD. Thomas L. grave in St. Paul's Cemetery. from out-of-town were Mr. and Fort Smith--A Requiem Mass Calvary Cemetery. Barre, assistant pastor; The ReD. Marines served as pallbearers. Mrs. John Firment and children was offered September 9 in Im- Thomas J. Donahue, of WestMem- Then a full military service was of Florissant, Mrs. Sicotte of maculate Conception Church here IV e r Wo n pals, formerly assistant of St. conducted. The flag taken from New Hampshire, Mr. and Mrs. for Miss Mary Ethel Barry who Paul's during young Schmidt's the casket was first handed to a John Maquire, Mr. and Mrs. was in her 88th year .... why Washington high school days; and The ReD. Major who accompanied the body Richard Baltz and Mr. and The ReD. Msgr. William E. Gal- inflation can be curbed John A. Janesko, pastor of St. and he in turn presented it to the Mrs. Ed Gain, all of Memphis, Din, V.F., pastor, officiated at money from the John the Baptist parish, Engel- boy's mother. Sister M. Hildegarde Nuce, the Mass and preached thehomily, government can spend berg. Young Schmidt was born in O.S.B., of Jonesboro, Mr. and He also conducted a Rosary ser- of letting the Former classmates acted as Pocahontas September 17, 1950. Mrs. Gene Wyer of Paragould, vice inFentressChapeltheevening spending? acolytes. The senior class under He graduated from St. Paul High Mr. and Mrs. Arland Goodwin Robert Gschwend and daughter, Poca 00onl:as Poca 00onl:as - ALBERT J. HEPP BORDEN'S City Hill Little Rock crest Burke's FINE DAIRY PRODUCTS -- h Requiem CAH'ONTAS Ph wasof- Specialty PO armacy Restaurant . st. Edward's Highway 67 North Ladies Ready-to-W DAIRY CO. Phone Church here Mens&BoysWef 8 92-5517 for Albert Pocahontas, Ark. . Joseph Hepp, Harold & iizette Dffani 88, of 711 PHONE 892-31 DIAL 898-3678 3tl W. BROADWAY East 13th Mr. & Mrs. Gene Allen Highway 68-West POCAHONTAS, ARK. Street, a Fourth Degree Knight Pocahontas of Columbus who had been fin- ancial secretary of the Catholic " Knights of America for 35 years. TheRev. FintanOldham, O.S.B.,  SUNRAY D-X OIL POCAHONTAS LUMBER CO. offered the Mass. A Rosary ser- vice was conducted in the Healey  Alrnus L. Hol[an, A|enl Building Materials of All Kinds & Roth chapel the evening before PHONE 892-3324 i Phone 892.59-77  Pocahontas the funeral with The ReD. Alcuin Pocahontas Kubis, O.S.B. and The ReD. Msgr. , John E. Murphy officiating. Mem- bers of Bishop AndrewByrne Gen- eral Assembly, Fourth Degree, B.J. THIELEMIER LUMBER CO' Knights of Columbus, presented COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE BUILDERS PLUMBING & HEATING a memorial chalice during a BURK. HALL FINE PAINTS PYBURN ST. C.J. Wurtz ceremony that followed the Ros- 892-5744 ary service. Highway 67 North m Phone 89g;3411 Priests in the sanctuary during Pocahontas the funeral Mass included The ReD. Thomas Savary, The ReD. Rudolph Maus and Father AI- euin, all of Little Rock; The ReD. PALACE DRUG STORE POCAHONTAS FLORAL CO. Joseph Doyle of El Dorado, The . :l&o,, Flowers For Ev(,ry ()(.casion ReD. Raymond 0'Dwyer of Slovak, MARY MONDY'S DOWNTOWN FI,OWER SHOP and The ReD. Thomas Stander of Phone 892.$780 POI Searcy. JOHN A. DeCLERK, R. PH. 107 Broadway TW 2-3691 and TW 2-5623 Mr. Hepp, aretired employee of Estes General Mercantile Corn- . , pany, died Sunday, September 14. He was a native of Beecher, Ill. The Toggery Surviving are one son, Edward K & M AUTO MACHINE CO. Heppof Little Rock; three daugh- ters, Miss Ann Hepp of Little Ladies, Juniors and Petite Sizes in Ready-To-Wear Rock, Mrs. Harold Niemann of EVERYTHING FOR YOUR AUTOMOBILE Wichita, Kan., and Mr. Charles Christine Million Engelberger of E1 Dorado; a bro- MARTIN SENOUR PAINTS ther Bernard Hepp of Dayton, 0.; a sister, Mrs. Barbara Piner Phone 892-5268 of Chicago Heights, Ill., llgrand- BALTZ FEED COMPANY DIXIE FEEDS - FIELD SEED - FER'rlLIZEI Poeahontaa Arkansas CUSTOM GRINDING & MIXING )esuil lleWs ,'ho,,e i| i i i I I Secl lit UnwersJ00 Safe and Dependable New York (NC)-- Father Tim- othy S. Healy, S.J.,formerexecu- BUILDERS SUPPLY & HAI SINCE 1903 tide vice president of Fordham Un- iversity, was named vice chart- Dealers in BANK OF POCAHONTAS eellor for aeademicaffairsatthe City University of New York LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL PHONE 892-5286 here. "Everything to Build Anything" The appointment, of the priest, PHONE TW 2-571 1 Pocahontas Arkansas the first to serve in so high a Member F.D.I.C. post here, was made by the exe- cutive committee of the city's Pocahontas ArkanSaS , Board of Higher Education.