Obit @ Waples Funeral Home

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Obit @ Waples Funeral Home - his Reject Mre. Manor and J. died Monday, 111-...
his Reject Mre. Manor and J. died Monday, 111- her the Dunbar, are * §on, David Markey of Dim- bar; a daughter, Mr*. Ollie McKearney McKearney of Mount Braddock; ten grandchildren and one great grand- faild. - ; Funeral services will be held at; ie home of Mrs. McKenney Thursday Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock follow- d by additional rite* to. the Percy church »t 2 o'clock. Burial will ollow in the Percy cemetery under direction of J. T. Burhans of Dunbar. JOSEPH L. DAYTON Jowph Lyman Dayton, 75, a vet- ran coal inlner "of the Klondike district -where be had worked for 0 years in various capacities, died t his home in Masontown, Tuesday Tuesday morning, at 6 o'clock. Surviving arc three sons, John , Emory E. and Charles W.. Day r ton of Masontown and a daughter, tfrs. Edwin Bloom of Lock No. 4. Funeral services will be held at the home Thursday afternoon at 2 'clock. Rev. Loy Mathews of the Masontown Methodist church will officiate. Burial will follow in VIount Lebanon cemetery', Alverton, under the direction of H. A. Johnson. Johnson. of I Olarwidon PlMt, K B. PitU- burgh, died at Homeopathic hospital, hospital, Pittsburgh, Monday afternoon, afternoon, following » »hort Illness. The tonily formerly resided in TJniontom Mr. Ihoinas Is a brother of William H. Thomas, Mrs. William Whyel and Mrs. Lena Howard of this city. Surviving »tre her h u s b a n d , George Thomas; a daughter, Jane Louise Thomas tt homt; and two sisters, Mrs. Olive Lashbrook of Miami, Ha., and Mrs. John Mc- Ctements of Pittsburgh. Funeral services will be held SALINA FUNEEAL Funeral aervices for J o s e p h Salina, Prick pensioner, will be held at his home. House 61, Dearth, on Phursday morning at 8:30 o'clock bllowed by requiem Mass at 9 o'clock in St. Procopius R. C. church, \ r ew Salem. Rev. J. J. Skrak will officiate. Burial will follow in the I church cemetery :under the direction direction of the Haky 'funeral home. Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Hartwell and Waples funeral home, Baum boulevard and Graham street, Pittsburgh. CONNELLSVILLE MEETING The D. D. D. nlub and their husbands /will- enjoy a- covertd-dish supper tonight at 7 o'clock in the eodal rooms of the South Cou- nellsville firemen. It costs the government between three and five dollars to photograph, photograph, froai the air, one square mile of land. "DOUBLE-RICH' QUALITY MRS. .BDUDIE-H. THOMAS Mrs. Birdie Minerd Thomas, 50, NOW ONLY... Sfl PROOF.STRAIGHT BOdRBON WElSKEl'.SClIfcA'LEY DISTILLE

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  1. The Evening Standard,
  2. 11 Mar 1942, Wed,
  3. Page 2

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