Katherine McHugh 1929
SCORES ATOND L HERE OF IS RITCHIE Estimable Woman at Rest in Hanover After Mass at , St Mary's Church -One -One of the most largely attended funerals in North Wilkes-Barre Wilkes-Barre Wilkes-Barre in some time was that today of Mrs. Katherlne Ritchie from the family home. 220 North Main street, at 0:30 lhence- lhence- to Bt Mary's Church for solemn hisrh mass of requiem. Off! cers of the mass were: Rev. Patrick Ritchie, of Maryland, celebrant: Rev. James Mulhern, Philadelphia, deacon; Rev. Dennis J. Kane, Wilkes-Barre, Wilkes-Barre, Wilkes-Barre, sub-deacon; sub-deacon; sub-deacon; Rev. Hugh Kelly, master of ceremonies; Rev. Frank Ritchie, and Rev. George Ritchie, acolytes. Kt. Rev. Monsignor John 3. Mellon cave . absolution. Ideated in the sanctuary during the mass were: Rev. Fathers John J, McCa.be, J. J. Curran, James Reilly, Thomas Leonard, Patrick Durkin. all of this city; Thomas McHugh, D. J. Roland. Francis Coetello. and M. E. Loftus, of Bcranton; John J. Hefferon, Aloysius Boylun. Ashley; John J, U'Donnell, Francis Toolan, Nantl. coke: M. F. CortiKan, of Parsons: D. W. McCarthy. William Corcoran, of Mt Pocono; F. A. Sweeney, S. J., of - New York. -,. -,. An abundance of beautiful floral tokens attested the high esteem with which the deceased was held by a wide circle of friends. Pall bearers were: John Hourlgan, John Tretha way, Herbert Johnson, P. D. McNeils, Patrick O Donnell and John Kasch - enbach. Burial was in the family plot in St Mary's cemetery at Hanover, Hanover, where Rev. D. 3. Kane offered the final benediction.