The Scranton Republican 11 April 1921 - Cecelia Flynn Gossart obituary

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The Scranton Republican 11 April 1921 - Cecelia Flynn Gossart obituary - to the Mid - Valley hospital will be held at...
to the Mid - Valley hospital will be held at the hospital Tuesday - afternoon afternoon afternoon at 8 o'clock. The Brotherhood of the Presby terian church will meet at the home of W. W. Matthews Monday even ing. - , The ladles' auxiliary to the A. O. H. will meet in Convent hall Monday evening. Misses Mary and Nellie Cawley, of Dunmore, visited relatives' here to day. , , 1 The Olyphant council, Knights of Columbus, - will confer the first degree of the order on a large class in the club nouse Monday evening. Miss Emily Richardson, of Tliroop, was the guest of Miss Thelma Sy - mons last week. . Carlyle Oister, of Taylor, has re turned home after a visit with friends here. . . . Ten House Carpenters wanted. Roberts Lumber Company, - Peckville, ra. Adv. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Strou, of Jefferson avenue, a son. JESSUP JESSL'P, Pa., April 10. Mrs. Edward Edward C. Gossart died at her home on Erie street last evening following a long illness, Mrs. Gossart since taking taking up her residence ' here several years ago, made . a host of friends, who . will be grieved to hear of her death. . - She 'was - a member of St. James' church congregation. She Is survived by her husband and the following following sons and daughtrs: Mrs. Patrick Patrick McGurn, of North Scranton; Mrs. Thomas Barrett,' of Brooklyn, X. V'.; Mrs. IUke O'Brien, ' of Brooklyn, N. Y., and Mrs. Herbert Mahon .and Frank Gossart, of this place. ' The funeral will - be conducted Tuesday morning from the home on Erie street. A high mass ot requiem will be celebrated celebrated in St. James" cHurch at 8:15 o'clock, with' intermentr in Hanover cemetery, Wllkes - Barre.: The remains will be taken to Wllkes - Barre on the 9:52 o'clock D. & H, traiif - leaving Jessup. , . Peter, the six - year - old son of Mr. and - Mrs. John Peclesko, of Cherry street, died at the family home this afternoon following a short illness. Prof. John. J. Judge Mas returned from Washington, D .C, where he spent several days. Mrs. James Langan and Miss Rose Loftus visited at the H. V. Lawler residence on Church street today. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Smith, of Camden, N. J., are visiting at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Smith, ot Front street. Miss Mary Carey, of Third avenue, spent Sunday Wllkes -

Clipped from The Scranton Republican11 Apr 1921, MonPage 15

The Scranton Republican (Scranton, Pennsylvania)11 Apr 1921, MonPage 15
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