Clipped From The Scranton Republican
j EAST SCRANTON MANY IN ATTENDANCE AT HEIL FUNERAL The funeral of John Heil, of 964 Paul avenue, was held from his late home yesterday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, with hosts of friends in attendance, who had known the decease since he was an employe of the Lackawanna Iron Steel Co., when he served that companys interetg as pedal agent. The Rev. Father Myers, of St. Marys. Catholic church, read a mass of reoutm ior tne repose or the deceased at s:liu o'clock yesterday morning in the church where Mr. Hell had been a devoted member for years. Many beautiful flowers received by the family bespoke the esteem in which Mr. Heil was held by all. The pall bearers were: Joseph Hell, Peter Heil. William 8 warts, Frank Miller, Anthony Kreinberg and John Heil. The flower bearers were grandsons grandsons of the deceased and were as follows: follows: Robert Rosar, Lew DeLuccie, Herbert Hell ', and Allen Brennie. In terment was made in the Petersburg cemetery.