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 - Wiped (Jen. b;n) hands years Vino by th.i burst...
Wiped (Jen. b;n) hands years Vino by th.i burst wtia burni-il spread occupied, Storage wiping ore would have probably been a ynncr- Funeral o! ihe Rev. John J. Clark, Lale Redor oi Si. Francis de Sales Church, Largely Attended. There was vast concourse excitement East of ,,,cmrncrs present at tho last sail rites, over thejr«mains o£ Rev. John J. Clark, late rector of St. Frances de sulno Many churcn" who alecljast week. The core- flremen, monies were hW-In the church, which to a !!.„„ Crowded to the doors by a sorrow- i Wil3V-ll/V»WV««-V»' " • _ ..i. _ - 'it l\f \'fi tf.nt ttir, *. will city, It la after the pres Rev Rev Rev Corsey D remali considered. series next A. M afternoon and of George Darby, the wearing out leaving he $300 In an time word evening comprising hosts of £r7end"s~~of the"belovcd priest. The remains lay in state in tho church.-whore" they were viewed by the throng. The divine oillce lor the - 1 was begun promptly ,at 9.30 a.m., wus presided over by lit. Rev/ Bishop B. F. Prendorgast, who was assisted by Rev. M. Donovan arid Rev. Father Fitzmaurlce. Tho ahtlphonarians were Rev. W. Garrlgan, U.D., and Rev. Jus. Carton. The lessons were sung by Rev. D. Conahan, Rev. James Wilson, Rev. J, F- Lytxch, Rev. James Tlm- mlns, Rev. Elmer Btapleton, Rev. M. Gormley, "Rev. Francis A. Brady, Rev. James Dougherty and Rt. Rev. Bishop Prendergast. At ten o'clock there was a solemn requiem mass. Rev. W- Gough was the celebrant. Rev. Thomas Shannon, deacon, deacon, and Rev. Thomas Larkin, sub-deacon. sub-deacon. Rev. C. F. Patterson, chaplain at the Convent, wus master of ceremonies. ceremonies. • The Kcrmon, which was a beautiful tribute of the many sterling virtues of the deceased, was delivered by RBV. Gerald Cogblan. The" other priests present in the sanctuary were. Fathers Joseph McDonald. Charles Mullin, P. Ryan, P. Mundi,. H. Trimble, Joseph Kelly, W. J. lyaloo, D. Coonahan, Coonahan, K. Wastle. F. McNamce, Thomas Sullivan, M. McCube, F. Murkee, M. Ferrt-11, M. Corley, Joseph O'Kcefo, D. Cotiglilln, and V- Daily. The cortege left with the remains on the 12.01 p.m. train for Philadelphia, many of tho. members of 8t Francis dc Sales church going to the cemetery to attend th« Intormcnt, which was In the New Cathedral Cemetery. The pall hearers were-all members of Father Clark's former charge at Nesqueho- nlng. Pa. Attended J& HI Dance. George W. Golcker, Mllfora Bradfield, or of J. the a Ing the Wallace, Morton of Yarnell, Dr. thfi In dancing Mrs. and

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  1. Delaware County Daily Times,
  2. 04 Nov 1910, Fri,
  3. Page 6

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