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 - Grafonola Department in it's entirety is now on...
Grafonola Department in it's entirety is now on the First Floor Sewing Machines Reduced Floor samples of these standard machines are to be disposed of during this sale at One - Half .regular prices Easy Club Plan cash. Jl monthly. tz3 a a a cx - - - - - han. Joseph Mangan, George Hughes, John Hasklns, Joseph Gillespie, Victor Howell, Michael McAndrew, Vincent McHale, James Blackbrn, Edward Cunningham, Cunningham, Lafayette Decker, William James and Frank Roche. ' Stanley Greene, of Albany, N. Y., a former Avoca resident, was united in marriage July 17 In Albany to Miss Frances McNeil, of that city. Michael Nealon, of Butte, Mont, spent the past few days at the Burns' residence residence on South street. Miss Enola Hughes, of Pittston, is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Dixon. ARCHBALD ARCHBALD, July 28. A very pleasant pleasant gathering was held at the home of Patrick Munley on Wayne street last evening In honor of Miss Mae Farrell, ; of New Haven. Conn., who has been the guest of local relatives for the past! several weeks. An enjoyable time was had by all. Those present were: Misses I Lynn. Anna O'Hara, Ruth White, Mildred Mildred McHale, Julia Craig, Marie Tlgue, Pearl McCormack, Rita Garden, Blanche O'Horo,' Kuth Gilroy, Nellie Igoe, Mae Farrell Bea Munley, Mollie Farrell, Nora Scott, Agatha Marion, Agnes Fallon, Fallon, Irene Kearney, Edward Farrell, John O'Hara. James Kearney, Thomas Lane, Kay McHale. James ColemRn, George Wlltz, Francis Coughlln, John Kelly, William Kelly, Edwin Hevers, T. Kenny, Ctair Keilty, Gerald Munley, Romain Carmon, Joseph Farrell and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Farrell, of Olyphant. Charles Mullen, of the East Side, left this morning for Nausa City, Mo., where he will spend several weeks. The members of the Holy Name society society of St. Thomas Aquias church will receive holy communion in a oouy ai the 8.30 o'clock mass on Sunday morning. morning. The society will go to confession on Saturday afternoon and evening. Kev. Feter Miller, oi ins r.rie uio - l. nnn,llni a fun. ilava tit Vl t u hnrntt on South Main street of Mr. and titreet, ton on the Misses O'Malley, the Laurel turned, The the grounds ! pendents up. Charles this Bridgeport, a few Miss today for relatives. Lost I Side. . ward. Boe

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  1. The Scranton Republican,
  2. 29 Jul 1916, Sat,
  3. Page 22

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    Thomas & Helen O'Malley Farrell of Olyphant

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