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 - L. at of F. - DURYEA Funeral of Miss Cotton...
L. at of F. - DURYEA Funeral of Miss Cotton With hundreds in attendance, in cluding the entire faculty and scores of pupils from the Duryea Junior High School, the funeral of Miss Mayme Cotton, Latin instructor and librarian of the school, was held yesterday afternoon afternoon with services at 2:30 o'clock in her late home, 823 North Main street. Pupils in her registration room as the school served as members of an escort and also as flower bearers., Da vld Jones rendered1 a solo. The services were conducted by Rev. J. W. Price, Forty Fort, .and Rev. B. R. Hanton, pastor of Brick M. E. Church. Inter ment was in Marcy Cemetery. The pallbearers were: Vyvyan Lugg, Georgo Stevenson, Howard Huddleson, Henry Horvafr, Patrick Melvln, ana Edgar Wikisal. Flower carriers were: Edward Wopz - varowlcz, Leonard Barlieb, Earl Rob - son, Chester Bazezlenskl, Wilbur How ell, William Feltz, Edward LewandoskI, Edward Warner, Henry Bauman, William William Kasulis, George Evanchu, Frank' Berglnskl, Adolph Pavinskl, George On - derskl, John Peryot,' Felix RaconskI, Joseph McFarland, George 8 ho wren - ski, Joseph Kashner, John Shepinskl,' Adam Witkowskl, Francis McCarthy, Andrew BachkoskI, Joseph Lucas, Rob - : ert Rus3akege, Edward Stryecki, Peter Ubszerski, Joseph Kinsavik, Joseph Ka - shuba, Theodore Gonzlnskl and Ber nard Krafjack. Death of John Daorskl John Dadrskl, 63, died at 4 o'clock yesterday morning at his home in Sprlngvllle " township, Susquehanna county, following a six months Illness with complications. He was a member of Holy Rosary Church, Duryea. Mr. Daorskl is survived by his widow and one daughter, Mrs. Barney Zaborski. Th9 funeral will be held oil Friday morning at 9 o'clock from Bushko'a funeral parlors, Duryea, with solemn high requiem mass in Holy Rosary Church at 9:30.' Interment In the parr ish cemetery. ley tor, ford of an figure won who storage re - tion. are crippled they that and of uric ting tinues further ing that

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  1. Pittston Gazette,
  2. 06 Nov 1930, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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