Funeral of MH Corgan

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Funeral of MH Corgan - . OFFICE 144 MAIN STREET COMINO WEDDING. Mr....
. OFFICE 144 MAIN STREET COMINO WEDDING. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Bray announce the approaching marriage of their daughter Miss Caroline to H. 6. Moyer of MUlheim. The wedding will take place at high noon on Wednesday, Aug. 28, In St James' Church at New-sort Centre. - -- SPECIAL MEETIN0.- A special meeting of the Ladles' Aid Society of the Methodist - Episcopal Church will be held this evening 1n the church parlors when arrangements for plcnio arc to be made. ENTERTAINED. . Miss Carrie Womelsdorf entertained the following friends recently at her home at Sheaiown: Misses Grace ur-tls of Nanticoke. Louise Small of Mt Carmel Veda Henry of Lightstreet, Stella Womelsdorf of South Bethlehem, Clarence Curtis, John ' Hocken and Philip Faust of Nanticoke. Music, both vocal and Instrumental, formed the - greater part of the evening's amusement and a dainty lunch was was served. - DEATH OF A CHILD. Henrietta Ann Goodwin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, James H. Goodwin, Hanover street, died at 10: JO o'clock yes-forriav mm-nin after a. short illness of cholera Infantum. The little one. was months old. The funeral will take place to-morrow afternoon at t o'clock, with services conducted by Rev. Andrew Burrows. Interment Jn the Nantl-CQka Cemetery. ' ' '; DID GOOD WORK. "Billy" Davis, the catcher of the Nanticoke base ball team, has figured prominently in the success of the team this season. On Saturday he played with the Taylor team against Hones .dale.. While the latter team-was .victorious, it was through no iault on Davis's part, for he hit safely twice, scored twice, the only runs Taylor got, and caught four men at second base. FUNERAL OF. M. H. CORGAN. ' The esteem in which Michael H. Cor. van was held was attested on Satur day morning when, at 10 o'clock St Francis Church was filled with sor- .rowlng friends who had assembled to do honor-to nis memory, in accordance with request of Mr. Cogan, his son, Rev. M. H. Corgan, of Arcbbald, celebrated the solemn requiem mass. thus rendering the obsequies doubly impressive. The deacon was Rev..P. t ! I : ' i t I : Old Phone ,67-E2 Nw Phone, QZZi-X Gaff! kin, sub deacon Rev. J. J. Mo-Guckln, all three being young priests who grew up together in Nanticoke. The master of ceremonies was M. F, Corgan of Hazleton, a nephew of deceased; the thutfe was Rev. P. J. Durban, while the sermon was by Rev, J. V. Moylan, rector of 8t , Francis Church. Absolution by Rev. M. If. Corgan, and at the grave absolution was given by Rev. P, J. Durkan and Rev. M. II. Corgan. The benedict -is was sung by Rev. J. A. 'Mullet, Rev. Paul O'Neill. Rev. P. J. Gafflkin, Rev. J. J. McGuckln, Rev. P. J. Qutnnan, Rev. P. J. Dukan and Rev. 8. A, Dreier. About thirty priests were present In his sermon Rev.. Father Moylan spoke in terms of praise of the honorable life Just ended, and feeling ly of tne loss sustained by both the family Of Mr. Corgan and the com munity of which he was a respected member. To these remarks he added words of sympathy and consolation ("r the stricken ones. The honorary pall bearers, directors and , cashier of the Nanticoke National Bank,' were:. A. A. Enke, V. B. Sheeder, A. Lape. E. J. Williams, Sr., a R. Cable. Patrick Finn, Max Alexander, Dr. D. W. Kingsbury, T. C. Bache and E. it. Mulr. The carriers were - Philip Buckley, John Mullln, John Winter, ' Thomas Goff, John : Magee and William Gllllgan. Beautiful floral tributes were placed near the casket, which- was of solid mahogany and which was later en cased in an outer casket of steel. Flow. era were sent by the directors of the Nanticoke National Bank. Mes. E. R. Cable, Mrs. J. M. Bergln. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Buckley, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sobers, and by the borough school teachers and Janitors. Interment was in St. Francis Cemetery. 1 ' '7 APARTY.- . : , The sixtieth birthday of Charles Gamer of Hanover, wasv pleasantly cele brated recently, a number of irienas being present to offer their good wish es. A tempting dinner was served to Mr., and Mrs. Philip Dippre, Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Hlldebrandt, Mr. and Mrs. John Galm, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rlener, John and William Hlldebrandt, Philip, Aaron and Howard Dippre. peter Rlener; Jr., John and William Galm, Misses Gertrude Dippre, Louisa Hlldebrandt, Edna Galm, Lillian Rlener of Scranton, Mr. and Mrs. George Nana-carow and Miss Mabel Jones of Providence,- Mr. and Mrs. George Gomer daughters Mary' and Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Cease daughters Beatrice and Violetta sons Jacob and; Vincent, John Freed, John Williams, Misses Esther Thomas, Ada Lock, Harriet,

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  1. The Wilkes-Barre Record,
  2. 12 Aug 1907, Mon,
  3. Page 17

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