Death of Mary Cunningham Butler
The Berkshire Evening Eagle, Pittsfield, Mass. Friday. December 24. 1943. Harold A. Jr. 1 (^rade 5CnOOi 3ari Start Hinsdale City of Flint and 3 grade leagues, tae season, " . _ ies nsxt week at the DaJ- Mrs. D. A. Butler j Captain Dies Dies, Funeral Be Monday niansk by a German Ga-nard cautioaed Â£er no resistance. orief stop at A-as sailed to SAX DIEGO, . . / ^ _ , M - _ ^ =r: -Iri^-ar n B iCOntTOl OL IQ? Crttli. iruill Joseph A- G^inara, a., skipper o^^.^. ^ w . gre backed the fre'.ghter City of Flirt during j Norwegian 'ts encouter w.th the German Navy. Th? Norwegians _^_ ,,, ,. _ -^ A , _ /-.,_ in +he ear'v davs of tne war, diedled G-^rmaiyv's protest M ^:^;!L Agin after'a or.e:ulneÂ« |of :ne ship and Gainard brought ,^.535 Grades 5, 5, 7 ningham 3uu=r, r4. wi:s 01 Da.-id ( In ^nun^a 0 * the Fl'nt wnen :t it ir.to New York Harbor Cran=n-.i:e and Center A. Butler o: CcrUss Street, d;efl. iw -as captured and taken to Mm-!l94Q, for a tumultuous homecom- schedule, which runs',^ _ March 23. proves for eight j Â£ t ^ . pnfeulnori4 a. she was] m Nashvtfe, Tena : Sgt. Joseph M. | weely. Two contests are - ' ;. . _ = , Tr.is.n-i SehnoDD and CoL Francis 3. for Moaaay, Tuescay,,aorn in Coun. Gai.va 5 , Irelanu ', Schno - D -D on an 'island in ihe! f ^/'-ast night at midnight at St. LukeV con-ests 61 !?' Hospital of pnfeumoma. She - - - Â· Ireland, y and Thursday, starting Juie 15, 13S9, daugmer of Mr. and' ar.d 415 PM, respectively. Mrs. James Camungnairt ar.d came John A., of Sprmgdeld, R.chard B., Services Sunday of Northampton, T Arnon U. S. Army in Texas; fr ters, Mrs. Frank Scnnopp of this town. Mrs Howard Jenks of Dai- ton, Mrs Thomas Fox of Hinsdaje, L T O N - S e r v - c e s at local ??is. George Grogan and Mrs. Daa- Sundav are as follows. church school of the First Congregational Church will meet at stud;, and worship. The iel McLadghlm, boti of Pittsfie'd, 24 orandchildren, four great grana- chifdren, a brotner Frank Cunningham Cunningham of Pittsfield and several nieces and nephews including Sister Sister Marie Charles and Sister Mar} Gertrude of the order of St. Joseph, Joseph, Springfield. The funeral will oe at 9 Monday morning at St Patrick's Church Eur.al wll be in St Patrick's Cema Cema etery The body rests at the Mee- u-- -- -- of ban" Funeral "Home Pittsfle.d Hunt, organist and choir- Friends may call at their convent- there be a morning of public worship, with ser- the pastor, P.ev. Charles G. topic will be To Dispel Our Darkness." be: "Before the seaman second and Mrs. Hubert if North Road has ar- levvhere Li the amphibious Nitiy. He has Pleasan- WiUiam Ga. been stationed at Camp --Pvt. Thomas Amorose Butler, with the Army at Huston Texas, has Camp San, _ . . . b.een called i home by the critical illness of his mother, Mrs. David Butler Curtiss Street, who is ill of pneumonia pneumonia at St. Luke's Hospital --The theremeter at noon ves- terday was still at zero on Mam Street It went to five below the night before. --Turkcvs were at a premium here this week. The Frisseil store received six turkeys to f'll 2S orders orders Many families resorted to chickens fo'r Christmas dinner, and others to nam.