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UAKKIS Correspondent - for - - presi craetoe Office Pkant ' 7IM 4 $ $ $ - $4 $ 4 $ $ 8 8 Violators of "Stop" Signs Arrested Five motorists, three of whom $ are non - residents of Scranton, S ?were arrested yesterday and last $ f nignt m west scratnon on charges of ignoring "stop' - signs. All the driven; paid the $2 de - - e - poist and were discharged. & Those arrested are: Charles k ? Melchers, Rosendale. N. Y.; Hollesne Hozzouri, . 220 Falrview avenue; Alii Palli, Paterson, N. 3 j J.; Henry Bentley, Kingston, and GuidP LaPorta, 318 Twelfth ave - 8 nue. ' Y Political Rally Held At Mrs.' Stanley Evans' In the interest of Morgan Thomas and Louis VonBergen, candidates for county commissioner, a political rally was held last evening at the home of Mrs. Stanley Evans, 116 North Lincoln Lincoln avenue. Brief talks were given by Mr. Thomas and John Canterberry, who represented Mr. Von Bergen. Entertainment Entertainment was furnished by Ann Wid - mcr, Mrs. Evans. Mrs. Margaret - Morgan, Morgan, Morgan, and Mrs. Frank Jones. Luncheon was served at the conclusion. Italians to Discuss Columbus Day Affair For the purpose of discussing plans for the annual Columbus day celebration celebration to be held on Oct. 12 in this city, members of the United Italian So cieties of La:kawanna county will mee1; tomorrow night in .Colonial hall. Jackson street. The session will get under way at 8 o'clock, and all members of the organizations organizations are urged to be present. Committees to arrange for the affair will be named at this gathering. Festival Conducted A successful lawn festival was con ducted last evening at First Congregational Congregational church, South Main avenue, by members of the Live Wire committee. committee. Several novelty and refreshments booths were erected on the grounds, and more than 300 persons took part in the celebration. W. B. Price was chairman of tr - .e affair. Keyser Valley Rally An outdoor political rally was con ducted last night at Jackson street and Van Buren avenue by members of the Bone Hill Republican club. Martin Martin Mack presided, and several candidates candidates seeking public offices were pres ent and addressed the group. Up wards of 200 persons attended. WEST SIDE JOTTINGS Confrater Norman Francis, son of Mrs. Maiy Busteed, Newton road, took his perpetual vows recently at' a solemn solemn service in the Passionist monastery, monastery, Springfield, Mass. He will be stationed at the monastery in Pittsburgh Pittsburgh for the next few years. Membsrs of the Ramblers club have returned after spending the past week at Schooley's pond, . The Rev. Donald MacKellar. a mem ber of the Wyoming conference, was in charge of the midweek prayer ser vice last evening in Simpson M. E. church. Mr. and Mrs. William EvanS. Ocean Grove, N. J., have returned home after visiting relatives and friends in West Scrantcn. Mrs. Thomas H. Davies. North Main avenue, who suffered an injury to her left hand recently, is improving. Etnel Williams, North Hyde Park avenue, and Ruth Lloyd, North Bromley Bromley avenue, are spending two weeks at the Girl Scout camp, Lake Ely, Mr. ana Mrs. Pniiip B. Williams and daughter, Mrs. Augusta Williams. North Hyde Park avenue, motored yes terday to AKron ana Cleveland. Alderman and Mrs. Simon T. Evans and sons. Jack and Edward, 544 North Bromley avenue, will motor to Cleveland, Cleveland, where they will attend the national national air races. South Side JOHN J. DEMUTH W9 Cedar Ave. Phone 4 - 3749 Snyders Observe 25th Anniversary Silver Wedding Fete Is Held at Home Mr.' and Mrs. Fred Snyder, 515 Breck street, celebrated the silver an niversary of their wedding yesterday and last night at their home with members of the immediate family and m?nds in attendance. They were married in the Christian church in Binghamton, N. Y., on Aug. 26, 1906, by the Rev. J. H. Schoultz. They renewed the bonds of marriage yesterday before the Rev. Dr. Theodore Theodore F. Hahn, pastor of Hickory Street Presbyterian church. Five of the six children born to them are: Mrs. D. Phillips, Howard. Mathilda, Fred Jr. and' Charles. They were the recipients recipients of scores of beautiful wedding gift?. An orchestra furnished the musical program and the guests en - joved a sumptuous dinner. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reildenbach, Mr. . and Mrs. Leonard Lavelle, Mrs. John Reuther, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Reuther, Mr. nd. Mrs. William , Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Latorre, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fox. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Siess. Mr. and Mrs. John Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Snvder, Mr. and Mrs. William Moore, Chief and Mrs. Wil liam Riley. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ooff. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lahey, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lahey, Mr. and Mrs. Scartella. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Williams, Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beavers, Mr. and Mrs. Buccarri, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bonn. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Carluccl, Mr. and Mrs. Jaffe. Mrs. Charles Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kraus, Mr. and Mrs. John Kraus, Mr. and Mrs. Mi chael Kraus. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs. William Belhke, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Henn. Mr. and Mrs. Bar - toccl. Mr. and Mrs. William Fenne, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Costa, Mrs. G. A. Miller. Mrs. John Costa. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bean. William McNish. Joseph Joseph Faddcn, Joseph Stokes, Henry Rorick, Margaret, Charlotte and Eve - Chopin Choir to Sing At Town Hall Sept. 30 On Wednesday evening. Sept. 30, tn: Frederick Chopin choir will appear its seventeenth annual concert Town hall under the direction of Prof A. B. PikulskL The choir of 100 voices has been organized thirty - four years by Bishop . Francis Hoaur, founder of the Polish National church The Chopin choir has competed many Polish choir contests in this state and the state of New York. ranks as one of the largest Polish choirs in this state. . The concert promises to be one the outstanding event of tne year. It is one of the musical events of the Polish National convention which will convene in this city the week , Sept. 28. Vincent S. Yuskiswlcs, presi dent of the choir. Is chairman. : ' , Victory Council Outing Victory council, Federated Republi can women, held its annual outing yesterday at Lake Ariel. Hundreds of persons from all parts of the city at tended the affair, including many of those aspiring for office at the Sep tember primary as well as many poli ticians from the city 'and county. . Mrs. Ella Moore is president' of tne council and was assisted by many members of the organization In the arrangements for the affair. - SOUTH SIDE BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. William Hildebrand, 615 Willow street, have returned from Buffalo and Canada where tney enjoyed enjoyed their vacation. . Kermit Green, Baptist evangelist of Waverly, will occupy the pulpit in Bethany Baptist church : on Sunday evening at 7:30 o clock. A settling in the 2400 block of Pitts - ton avenue broke water mains there yesterday. No other serious damage resulted. Minooka" Committees Named For Policemen's Ball MINOOKA, Aug. 26. James Walsh, secretary of the Mlnooka policeman's ball committee, announced last eve ning that additional names have been added to the various groups planning for the fourth annual dance of the local blue coats. Everything is in readiness readiness for the event and with the final meeting called for Sunday morning at 10:30 o clock in the hose house, the prospects for an outstanding soical function are evident. The complete list follows: general committee: Edward Joyce, chairman; Larry Gallagher; Pete Heston. Patrick Walsh, Patrick A. McLane, James P. Walsh; reception committee Attorney James J. Powell, P. F. Higgins, Patrick Patrick J. Hughes, John J. Joyce, David Lowery, Michael Dunn, Patrick J. Hart, Richard J. O'Donnell, Simon Poo'e, Michael G. Cusick, Martin Lowery, B. M. Jennings, Patrick J. Philbin, William F. Buckley, John McLane, McLane, Patrick J. Mulkerln, Jeremiah McCarthy, John Walsh,' Gerald P. Higgins, John Jennings, John Mullen, Edward Judge, James Shorten, Joseph Shorten. P. J. Diskin, William Gibbons, James Walsh, William Best, and Samuel Samuel Sommer. Refreshment committee: M. P. Joyce, chairman; Thomas Lydon, P. J. Higgins, P. J. Joyce, William Regan, Michael Joyce, Michael Heston, William William Gallagher, cashier. Ticket booth, Michael Flaherty. Door committee: Peter Flaherty, chairman; Thomas Hanahue, James Grace, and Patrick Mulkerln. Dance committee: John McDonough, Thomas Farrell, Patrick Langan, John Joyce, and John Martin. Publicity committee: Frank S. Keavney, chairman; Donald McCrea, Joseph Kearney and Joseph Walsh. RESULTS OF SHOOT MINOOKA. Aug. 26. Results of the weekly shooting match of the American American Legion Gun club, staged last Sunday Sunday morning on the club's range, show that Nat Perry broke 69 out of a possible possible 75 birds. Runnersups were Thomas Walsh with 51 In 75 chances and John Morrison with 47 .in 75. Other gunners gunners included Thomas Morrison, Joseph Joseph Kelly, and Michael Flaherty. Another Another shoot will be held again next Sunday at 10:30 o'clock. News Briefs MINOOKA, Aug. 26. Walter Ket - zel, Birney avenue, returned today from Waynesboro, Pa. Miss June Green, Binghamton, N. Y., is visiting with the McGowan family family on Colliery avenue. Helen Judge, 2932 Birney avenue, is vacationing in Atlantic City. Mlsse3 Lillian and Clare Walsh, 2717 Birney avenue, are in New York. Joseph Kelly, third baseman of the American Legirn ball team, is suffering suffering from a severe sprain of his left thumb. Miss Mary 'Diskin, Cedar avenue, fell and sprained her left foot while working about the house recently. Patrick Grogan, Cedar avenue, has returned from New York. Harold Burke, Archbald, was a caller with friends on Birney avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Laub, 2809 Pitts - ton avenue, are entertaining friends from Binghamton. N. Y. Miss Clare Ruddy. 2833 Birney avenue, avenue, has returned from a two weeks' stay at Bronxville, N. Y. Mary Morgan. Wilkes - Barre, is spending a week with the Opinsky family. Thomas and Joseph Qulnn and John Walsh motored to Harrisburg yesterday. yesterday. Chester Belavltz, West Mlnooka, left today for a visit in Chicago, HI. Mrs. Joseph Walsh and children, John and Lillian, have returned from Philadelphia. ' Mrs. Robert Donovan, Brooklyn, N. Y., is visiting with her aunt, Mrs. Martin Burke, Wlnfield avenue. Frank Hogan, Cedar avenue, has returned returned from a visit to Philadelphia. John Lotty and Patrick McDonald were recent callers in Buffalo. The condition of Mrs. Bridget Gallagher, Gallagher, 2915 Birney avenue, who has been a patient at the West Side hospital hospital since Sunday, is reported to be slightly improved. Practice will be held on the Driving Park grounds on Thursday evening for the Minooka A. C. - , For Son's Funeral I s ' CARBONDALE, Aug. 26. Ju - $ $ lian Kopach St., 13 Cherry street, $ $ Luzerne, a patient in St. Jo - $ s seph's hospital since Aug. 17, was permitted to leave the in - $ v stltution last night in order that he might attend the funeral of $ - his son, Julian Jr., 11, walch was held today. The boy is aid to 9 have died of an illness brought about by worry over the condi - tino of his father. The elder Kopach was injured i $ when stones dumped irom ? truck fell into a ditch upon him and fractured his left leg. He is 4 to return to the hospital. Watson and Ruth Chrysler,

Clipped from The Scranton Republican27 Aug 1931, ThuPage 10

The Scranton Republican (Scranton, Pennsylvania)27 Aug 1931, ThuPage 10
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