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 - Leona, of North Bromley avenue, and Miss Louise...
Leona, of North Bromley avenue, and Miss Louise Moyian, of South Main avenue, have returned from Atlantic City. Carl J. O'Malla, of Jackson street, local jockey, will ride in the horse races at the Berks county fair, which opens In Reading on Thursday. Reports on the recent Welsh day at Rocky Glen were submitted at a meet - Ins: of the Women's Welsh club in Washington hall Friday night. Mrs. George Howell presided. Edward Hundley, 18, of Olive street, had two fingers of his right hand crushed Placing a wooden block under the rear wheel of a truck on the Taylor hill Friday afternoon. The injured members were treated at the West Side hospital. The truck is the property of G. W. Brown, of 103 Cliff street. Mary Crandon, 18, of 3 Carlton place, suffered a laceration of .the left hand washing a globe at home Friday. She was treated at the West Side hospital. hospital. - Work on - the new Leonard building, at Stark place and North Main avenue, is progressing rapidly. The old dwelling dwelling which stood on the site: has been raised and a store building is being placed beneath it. Service Is BoswcU Phillips' policy. Adv. ' ' . Mr. and Mrs. William Watkins. of North Bromley avenue, are in Atlantic Atlantic City. William Wohres. 21, of 315 North Van Buren avenue, was arrested by Pa trolman Joseph Uisenkranz Friday morning. He was released on a de posit of 2i lot nis appearance in traffic court. Mrs. H. J. Horwood and daughter. Jean, and J. 3. Walker, of North Sumner Sumner avenue, have returned from a mo tor trip to Massachusetts. SOUTHSCRANTON COMMITTEE IS APPOINTED FOR CHARITY CARD PARTY Nicholas Janssen, president of St. Marv's bund, at its meeting this week, appointed a committee to conduct the annual charity . card party for the narish The proceeds will be turned over to Southern missions. The card party which promises to be the biggest biggest success in recent years will be held in the parish hall some time in October. ( A meeting of the committee is i called for next Wednesday night when preliminary arrangements will he made. Members of the Ladies' Blessed Virgin sodality will also Join the committee to make the affair a success. success. Both committees will meet Wednesday Wednesday night In the Bund rooms at 8 p clock. The committee from the bund coa ists of: John J. Demuth, chairman Fred Kloss, Dr..E. C. Hoffman, Jacob Hemmer, Elmer E. Phillips, John B. Rader.:' Dr. Nicholas Marx, Joseph Miller, Peter J. Dowdell, Valentine Grambo, Joseph Heider, Joseph Klein, Frank Scheller. Joseph Moser, Peter J, Rosar, John Thees, - George Robling and Nicholas Janssen. . took place Friday afternoon from the residence and was well attended. Services were conducted by Rev. Theodore F. Hahn, of the Hickory Street Presbyterian church. Interment Interment was in the Pittston Avenue cemetery. cemetery. . . . . The casket bearers were: Arthur Boland, - Dennis J. Grimes, Stanley Castles, Arthur Morgan and William Golder. Birvicti Tor Mrs. Kelnrleh Rev. R. C. Ditter, of the Church of Peace, conducted services Friday night for the late Mrs. Reinhold Helnrlch, of 404 South Webster avenue, at the residence residence at 8 o'clock. Many friends and neighbors attended ' the services and paid a last tribute to the memory of the deceased. The body - will be "taken to Dove', N. J., Friday morning at 8 o'clock for interment. - , aver iswi voma ' The. Intermediate Christian Endeavor Endeavor society, of the. Hickory Street Presbyterian Presbyterian church, enjoyed a party on Thursday night in the parish house. ZEPPELIN AIR - MAIL . STAMPS ARE Iff DEMAND FRIEDRICHSHAFEN. Germany, Sept. 14 German air post stamps for mail being sent to the United States on tho Chnrch of Peace Haws The Sunday school teachers decided at their last meeting to observe Rally day on Sunday, September 28. It was also voted to introduce the graded lessons lessons into all departments of the school, beginning in October. The young people will give an enter talnmont Wednesday, October 1. At the pastor's cabinet meeting sev eral matters of importance for the de. velobment of the coirerecatlon were discussed. The members decided to call a meeting of the church workers, consivtlne of officers of all societies and the church council for Friday, September September 19. A light luncheon will he served. The suggestions of the cabi net wiu be laid be lore tnis - meevng for final approval and adoption. Others Interested irvthe welfare of the church are also cordially invited to attend the luncheon. - The directors of the Young People's league met with ''those of the other leagues in Hyde Park German Presby terian church Thursday evening. The younger boys of the church met Thursday night to organise a Boys club. Karl Grelmel acted as - temporary temporary chairman. The name of Snappy Boys Athletic club was adopted. . A committee, consisting of Karl Gvelme! Paul Helnrlch and Louis Saar, was an notated to work out a suitable const! tutlon. Thev will meet every Friday night for sport and play. The club forms a brancn ot the xoung people s league. Besides the above named Doys the following were present: ' Rudolph Hitter. Charles and Ernest Mehl. Wil liam Keller. Georee Schaefer. Emll and Karl Statzman and peter isromoacner. Every boy, between tne ages or if ana 21. is eligible for membership. The purpose of the club Is clean and healthy amusement and sport. Mrs. William Keller has resigned as superintendent of the Cradle Roll. The members have called a special meeting to elect a successor. V Henry Spindler Buried The funeral of Henry Splndler, of 523 Cherry street, whose death. resulted resulted from injuries received recently on the Delaware ard: Hudson railroad. "Every Picture tellta Story' Is Jour Do You Suffer Then Follow IS a bad back keeping you miserable? . Every day bring and torturing twinges? nervous and dispirited it seems well again? ' t Surely; then, you should be is wrong! - . , More than likely it's your kidneys, you know, are purfties from the blood. But kidneys slow up in their work, " Use Doan's, ' EARL DEHLMAN, plasterer, Ave., says: "I had severe.pains of my back and when I stooped to straightenV My back was in the morning. My kidneys - acted too often and I had to the night to pass the secretions. from Kennedy's Drug . stopped the backache and .'" neys." . '.; ... ...'.' Stimulant 'At all dealers; 60C a

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  1. The Scranton Republican,
  2. 15 Sep 1924, Mon,
  3. Page 5

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