The Scranton Republican 17 December 1917 p 13
In of His as St. C. of in that to he for in he him in 6 117 twenty re up his - of he all the the of tomorrow be of afternoon West Kim street. Mrs. Havard was sixty - two years of age. Death followed followed a brief illness. Mrs. Havard had been a resident of Scranton for many years. Besides her husband she Is survived by the follow, intr children: Mrs. Edgar W. Iisvis, Esther Havard, Ira and Palmer Havard, Havard, also by four granddaughters. Florence. Dorothy, Esther Davis and Mrs. Floyd C. Pattat, of . Syracuse, N. Y, The funeral will take place tomorrow tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with services at the house. Interment will be made in Dunmore cemetery. xxmrxTK KAIB. Kenneth, the 6 - month - old son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hair, of 1108 Cedar avenue, died yesterday afternoon at the family residence, following a brief illness. The funeral will be conducted tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with services at the home by Rev. L. R. Foster, pastor of the Green; Ridge Presbyterian church. Burial will be in Forest Hill cemetery. JOKX O'KABA. Death yesterday afternoon claimed John O'Hara, aged sixty - seven years, at the family home, 943 Dunmore street, Throop. Mr. O'Hara had been a resident of Throop for many years. He was well known In Scranton and throughout Lackawanna county. Surviving are his wife. Mrs. Norah O'Hara; one daughter, Miss Alice, and three sons, Thomas F. CHara, Prof J. J. O'Hara, superintendent of the Throop schools, and Patrick J. O'Hara. assistant foreman of the Delaware and Hudson company at Olyphant. One brother. Thomas F. O'Hara. of Olyphant, Olyphant, and one sister, Mrs. Martin Lan - gan, of Scranton. also survive, IU KABOAXST FKXX,BIff. Following a brief illness, Mrs. Margaret Margaret Phllbln. wife of William Phll - bln, died shortly before noon on Saturday Saturday at the family home. 635 Hemlock Hemlock street. Before marriage Mrs. Phllbln was Mis Margaret Hale. She is survived by her husband and one child.. The funeral will take place tomorrow tomorrow morning at 9:30 o'clock with a high mass of requiem In the Church of the Nativity. Burial will ,be in the Cathedral cemetery. to America in 1852. settling In Schuylkill Schuylkill county and later moving to Scranton. Scranton. She was united in marriage in May, 1856 and the union was blessed with twelve children of whom seven have preceded her to their final rest. Surviving are her husband, and one son, Jacob, and the following daughters: daughters: Mrs. August Schimpff, Mrs. Jacob Emig. Mrs. Minnie Ziegler and Mrs. Fred Henkelman. , The funeral will be held this afternoon afternoon from the home at 2 o'clock and will be in charge of Rev. Paul E. Zollcr. Interment will be ' made in Dunmore cemetory. MRS. OEOKGE XEEH1T Mrs. George Keehn, one of the best known women of West Scranton, passed awav yesterday morning at the family residence, 723 North Lincoln avenue, following a brief illness. Sur. viving her are her husband, five sons, John, Bert, Francis. Eugene and William, William, and one daughter, Mary, all of this city. Two sisters, Mrs. Patrick Hayes and Mrs. William Daley, of Scranton, and two brothers, Patrick O'Connor, of this city, and Jeremiah O'Connor, of Ireland, also survive. The funeral will be held from the home on Wednesday morning, with a solemn high mass of requiem in St. Patrick's church at 9:30 o'clock. In - iterment will be made In the Cathedral cemetery. of be OASFESO MTOBIC47IO Gaspero Murrlccio, of 429 Mortimer street, Dunmore, was stricken with heart failure in the hotel of Louis Paul on Saturday evening and died within a few minutes. He had been employed In the Nay Aug colliery. He is survived by. a wife and three children. children. AKOELXHA OA.TTO Angelina, the two - year - old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Gatto, of 122 Franklin street, died on Saturday night. Funeral services will be hi Id this afternoon and Interment will be made in Mt Carmel cemetery. MM. BO FOHTXUS Mrs. Fred Tontlus, of 608 Cedar ave. nuc, was claimed by. death on Friday afternoon at the age of 74 years. Mrs. Pontius was one of the most' respected residents of South Scranton and her death will be mourned by many friends and acquaintances. She was a loyal and faithful member member of the Evangelical Church of rVIIBAll The funeral of Mrs. Martin Devine, of Church street, Moscow, will be conducted conducted this morning at 9:30 o'clock with a high mass of requiem In St. Catherine's church. Burial will be In St. Catherine's cemetery. The funeral of Miss Mary Nealous, of 225 Apple street, Dunmore, will take place this morning at 9 o'clock with a high mass of requiem in St. Mary's chiirch. with burial In Mt Carmel cemetery. 'ine tunerai or Mrs. Evan Evans, of of of on to formerly Pft and m member of thA T.iiflt' AIH society of that church since its or - 1316 Academy street, will take place sanitation. Mrs. Pontius was born In Germany, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Retdenback, and the family immigrated this afternoon at 2:30 o'ciuck with rei vices at the house in charge of the Rev. David Jones, pastor of the First Welsh Congregational church. Interment will be in the Washburn street cemetery.