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votes, Mellon At forget and November. the W, res They pri was Eu Democratic "In holding re Own pos should Martin party A. mem be would and with rvr. 53 T. vj AVOCA JOSEPH A. MITCHELL Representativs 324 Grove Street Phone 691 - R Funeral of Mrs. Frederick. The funeral of Mrs. Kate Frederick Frederick was held yesterday afternoon from the home, 1106 Vine street. Services were conducted by Rev. Luke Hovey, pastor of the Bethel M. E. Churcn. Pall bearers were: Herman and Alexander Alexander Frederick, John Hailstone, John Crawford, Harry Spencer and Howard Hatfield. Interment was in Lanfchffe cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carr and daughter, Madge, of Main atret, and Mr. and Mrs. Teddy' Berge, of Grove street, have returned from Worcester, N. Y., where they attended the wed ding' of Doris Carr and Rev.. E. L. Martin. A large audience of mothers and daughter witnessed the motion pie tures shown In St. Mary's auditor lum last night by Rev. Dr. Edmund Langan. Rev. Joseph Nallin, of Scranton, described the scenes of the Little Flower Camp, Tobyhanna. Mrs. James Reap and son Thom as, have returned from Washington, D. C, where they visited Mrs. Reapls son, James, who is a machinist in the United States Navy Yard. DURYEA Madrak - Pakuta Nuptials A pretty wedding took place last night In Hoy Rosary Church, when Mliss Bertha Madrak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Madrak. of Pette - bone street, was married to John Pakuta, son of Mrs. Agnes Pakuta, of Stevenson street. Rev. P. P. Nlebrz - yaswjkl performed the ceremony which wa witairrs - a by a large num ber of frlsnis of both young people. ,The attendants were, Miss Nellie Ytbl - sr - - . of Duma, and Charles LczU. TJlcv - n Cty. The bride was '.zyr : "r - a in a grey cost suit ...... c - ... , c j. - :sn - a. i.siiant was dressed in a powder blue coat suit and carried a bouquet of sweet peas, lilies of toe valley and white roses. Following a honeymoon 'trip to New York City, Mr. and Mrs. Pakuta will reside in Duryea. Mrs. Pakuta is one of Duryea's best known young women, and her husband, a widely known athlete, is employed by toe Glen Al den Coal Company. He is treasurer ot Hallstcad Local, Antoracite MJn - ers of Pennsylvania, The funeral of Thomas Oate will be held Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from toe home, 810 . Donnelly street. Rev. James Moore, castor of the Primitive Methodist Church, Avoca, will officiate. Interment wlU bt in Langcllffe cemetery, Avoca. Use the Classtnea Department of the Gazette for Quick Result WASHOUT 15 MILES OF KIDNEY TUBES Wis. Back Pep .. .Vigor . . .Vitafit Mtdicai authorities uprc that yonr irid - ners contain IS MILES of tiny tabat et filters which help topuriljr the blood and whleh ooaUine 4 pounds of watt matter. If na have trouble mtA bladder saesaces with Beauty anuaat ease - - e - eT v.e aavw, waaiuug OUta QCUH getttnc up night. JambetoT fwollea feet - "" uwM peine ana in neee. four body will take up theee poleona eenelna anoea jn oat and Ask yotv dnwlrt for COASTS l ottowb preeenraoa . . . wwoh has been need euooeMfoJly by mllUoas of kidney lufferers for orer 40 yean. They aire qmiok relief and will help to wash out the If HILESof kidney tube. ' " Bat don't take ehaaoes with stroma aViara or OHalled "kidney earet" bSmS ... tm i, aunuiee. soar eoaeinoa mM nU pf thl. Mtora awr aerWy Ljeae ad irritate delioate m s mlui . . . ie old yetl. - oie iweS - Kef fax eontata so Baahiajai' Se 0SJ aHaTW rtyooidxnggiat. i irosa. Be eare yon ret DOAN'S I 01SS41 NgatB

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  1. Pittston Gazette,
  2. 03 May 1934, Thu,
  3. Page 7

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