Thomas J. McDonnell Sr. Funeral 10-1-1923
FINAL TRIBUTE IS PAID TO DEAD .LEADER Hundreds Attended Funeral of Thomas J. McDonnell t Hundreds of men active In the political political life of the county and Arch - bald were In attendance at the funeral of Thomas J. McDonnell, former Arch - bald tax collector and political leader, which was held from his home In Main street Saturday morning. The fuperal was one of the largest seen in Archbald In some years. A. solemn high mass of requiem wis celebrated at St. Thomas church at 10 o'clock. Rev. T. F. Comcrford was the celebrant. In a brief eulogy Father Comerrorn paid, a high tribute to Mr. McDonnell and pointed to his unselfldh nature and generosity. Honorary pallbearers were; Judge George W. Maxey, County Treasurer David James, County Commissioner L. H. Von Bergen. P. r. Jordan, of this city; Michael Cannon, of Olyphant John Maren and J. J. Kearney, of Archbald. The casket was rorrled by Joseph. Ppollman, tieorirc O'Boushko, Mnitin Oiloyle, of Dunmore; Joseph Lally, C. Caffrey and Thomas F. Padden. Among those who sent flowers were: Judge Ocorge W. Mnxey. Irving Lewis, Thomas K. Padden. Victor liuravaae. Martin Mnngon, Cannon Bros., Mr. and Mrs. Rlohnrd Harrlimn, Mm. T. J. McDon nell, Thoman J. McDonnell, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. John Wnlnh, - Mr. and Mrs. Joneun Camerelll, Mr. Margaret McDonnell, Thomas Hnrrlaon, Jr., Mr. nnrt Mrs. Deinpsey, P. P. Jordan, McDonnell family. Jurtps H. M. E:warl, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foot.. Mr. and Mr. Thomoa Price, Mr. and 'Mrs. William Trlntley, Doniin - Ick Touch and mother, County Commissioner Commissioner Morgan Thnmaa, County Commis sioner U H. VonBernn. Mr. and Mrs. F.dward Kelly. Mra, H, - nry Prnpst and family, Mr. ind Mrs. Fred Rch wartztrau - her, Mr. and Mrs. V. Trotter, .Mr. and Mrs. John CnrJcn. Mr. and Mrs. J. Man - lcu, Mr. and Mrs. James Mlloukn. E. 'T. Padden, T. J. Lanjan, P, P. Hrncan, T. M. Kenney, Mr. and Mrs. Owen O'liara. Mr. and Mrs John R. Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Mlchnel Ratchford, C. Caffrey, E. T. Phllbln, Hose Co. Xo. 1. Harry Race, Vr. and Mrs. Frank Touch, Andrew Mitchell, Jr.. George Tlnsloy, and Louis Carls.