The Times Leader from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania on May 14, 1934 · Page 10
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Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
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Monday, May 14, 1934
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Ten THE WILKES-BARRE RECORD, MONDAY, MAY 14, lC3i ,7. S. Smiles Dies Suddenly Son of Early Settlers , - . of Pittston Is Heart P; Attack Victim H-:-:. :" V k! Death came suddenly to Walter Scott Smiles, 73. of 174 William Street, Pittston, on Saturday morning at 8:15., Mr. Smiles was stricken with a heart attack at 8:30. i He was born in Pittston on January 10, 1861 and was the son tx Walter and Susan Carr Smiles, early settlers of that city. Mr. Smiles had been employed by the Pennsylvania Coal Company and later by the Wyoming Chemical Company at Upper Pittston. He is survived by his widow and the following children: Mrs. Mar-caret Richards and Miss Jeanette Smiles of Pittston; Mrs. Euphemia Davis of Ashland, Wis.; and Allan W, Smiles of West Pittston, also two sisters, Mrs. Hannah Rennie of Pittston and Mrs. Margaret Clayton of Carlisle) Pa., and ten grandchildren. . ' . The funeral will be held this afternoon at 3,, Services will be conducted by Rev. R..A. Rinker, pastor of Pittston Presbyterian Church. Burial will be In Pittston Cemetery. OBITUARY ANNA M. SCHOOLEY KBEMER Anna May Schooley Kremer, 56, a native of Wilkes-Barre and a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schooley, died at her home, 1803 Lehigh Street, Easton, early Saturday morning. She was serious ly ill for eight weelts. Her health had hen poor since an attack of pneumonia several years ago. Surviving are her husband, Phillip K. Kremer, a daughter, Mrs. Hlldegard Kremer Cooper, of Philadelphia, and a grandchild. Tuneral services will be held at the home on Tuesday afternoon at 2. She was a member of Olivet Presbyterian Church. , ; MRS. HARRIET FISHER : ViimamI MAVtrliAa frr Mrs TTflrrlftt Tlsher, who died late Friday night at tne come or ner nepnew, nimet s-tahar. 245 South Pennsylvania Avenue, will be held tomorrow rtamnnn f 2-SO at KnifTen'i Funeral Home, 465 South Main Street, aunai win oe in v,uy 1amatrv. MRS. MARY STOFEY Mrs. Mary Stofey, 62, died Saturday night at her home, 23 West Chestnut Street, following a short 'Illness of complications. me . f uneraf will be held Tuesday morn- lng at 9 with a requiem mass in Sacred Heart Slovak Church. Burial will be in the parish cemetery at Dallas. Surviving are four children, Joseph and John Stofey, at home; Mrs. Dudley Veeae and Anna of Lone Island. She also leaves two sisters, Mrs. Anna Benno of Hazle- , ton and Mrs. catnenne uayaosn of Catawissa. irvingTegrand Irving LeGrand,' former resident Of West Pittston, died Saturday morning at hie homo in Brooklyn, N. Y. The funeral will be held 1 from the Snowden Funeral Home, 34 Broad Street' Pittston, tomor- row afternoon at 2 with Duriai in Pittston Cemetery. Surviving are a son, a student at . Penn State ' College, and a daughter, Esther at Mansfield State Teachers' College : also his ' parents, Mr. and Mrs. August LeUrrand, a sister, Mrs. uaroia Casper, and two brothers, Law-rence and Stanley, all of West Pittston. He had been a resident of Brooklyn for the last 15 years. ANNIE BENTZ HILXMAN Annie Bentz Hlllman, wife of Edward D. Hillman, a former real . i - m T JlaJ vaafa Besides ner hueDana, sne is survived by one sister, Mrs. Warwick Miller of Philadelphia. She was a sister-in-law of Mrs. Arthur Hill-man and Mrs. Shepherd Ayars, both of Wilkes-Barre. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. MRS. KATHERINE BOYLE Mrs. Katherine Boyle, wife of Cornelius Boyle, died yesterday af- ternoon at her home, 88 Custer Cl...t fnllniirin (T an illnfififi Of IfiV- eral weeks. She was the daughter ik. Mr and Ira. Patrick Ul L 11 ..u Garrity and had been a resident of this city lor many years. Mrs. Boyle was a member jot the L C. B. A., Catholic Daughters, Council of Catholic Women, Altar mil Rnanrv Sncletv and the Third Order of St. Francis. Surviving are five . children, Sarah, Maria, .Joseph, Bernadine and James; three brothers, Ml-chael, John and Patrick Garrity, and three ' sisters, Mrs. Margaret Jones, Mrs. John Miller and Mrs. Frank Martin. The funeral will be held on Wednesday morning with a high mass of requiem in St. Mary's Church and burial In St. Mary's Cemetery at Hanover. MARTHA KNARR WAGNER Mrs. Martha Knarr Wagner, 80, died yesterday at 5 p. m. at the home of her daughter, Mrs, unariea Bone,, 135 East Main Street, Nan-tlcoke. Deceased was born In Sweet VaJlev and had lived in Nan ticoke for many years. She Is survived Dy wo aaugmera, Mrs. Bone and Mrs. William Eragle of Elizabeth, N. J. ' The funeral will take place from the home, 123 East Main Street, 'Msntl.nlra anil will hf nrlvftte. Burial will he in Trucksville Cem etery. ..: JOHN D. JONES Tnhn r .Tmim.' 64. veteran em ploye of the Lehigh Valley Coal Company and active politically In Miners Mills, diea at v:au lasv nigm nftsr a wppVs lllne&s at the home. 639 Miner Avenue, Parsons. Mr. Jones was a native or waies, coming to Hudson at the age of 3. Most of his life, however, was spent in the Miners Mills section. He was employed at the Dorrance colliery for many years, was register-assessor In Miners Mills and took an active interest in the Miner uqn- o-rao-atlnnnl Church affairs, beincr a member .of the official body for several years. He is survived by hi wife, two sons, Ralph and Milton, of Parsons, and a sister, Mrs. xnomas l.ock-mn,n of Rwoverville. Services will he held Wednesday afternoon. MICHAEL PISZCZEK " A several months' illness resulted In the death vesterdav morning at 6 o'clock of Michael Plszczek at the residence, R. D. 2, East End Boulevard. Mr. Plszczek was a member of S3. Peter and Paul Church, Plains, and took an active part in church societies. He is survived by his wife and the following children: Stephen, John and Victoria Coates, Joseph, Anthony, Stella and Margaret Plszczek, all at home. MRS. W. D. HARRISON Mrs. W. D. Harrison, 78, died on Friday night at the family home In Bloomingdale where she had been a resident for 50 years. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 2:30 with burial in Bloomingdale Cemetery. Mrs. Harrison was a member of the Methodist Protestant Church. Surviving are her husband and the following children; Mrs. Edgar Jones, Olyhant; Mrs. Arlle McDou- gal, Berwick; J. v. Harrison ana Fred N. Harrison, Scranton; Frank L. Harrison, Wilkes-Barre; Howard A. Harrison, Kingston, and Jasper Harrison, at home. She ateo leaves three sisters, Mrs. Esther Smith, Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. Earl Seward, Fair-mount Springs, and Mrs. Frank Hacker, Red Rock. MRS. JOSEPH LUTKOWSKI The funeral of Mrs. Joseph Lut-kowskl, 19, who died Friday night at Nanticoke State Hospital will take place tomorrow morning at 8:30 from the home, 8 Thomas Street, Sheatown, with a requiem mass in Holy Trinity Church, Nanticoke. Interment will be in the church cemetery. Mrs. Lutkowski was born at Nanticoke and was a member of Holy Trinity Church. Surviving are her mother, Mrs. Agnes Kraiewskl; three sisters, Helen, Stella and Frances Krajewekl, and five brothers, Frank, Anthony, Chester, josepn ana tMvara, -vPlERRYiH0OVEBC,SR;: Friday night at his home at Pikes Creek following an Illness of com plications. The funeral will be held this afternoon at 2:30: with services in Maple Grove Church, Rev. George Sweet officiating. Burial will be In Sweet Valley Cemetery. until recently Mr. Hoover was a resident of Plymouth for 25 years. Surviving are the following chil- STRAW VOTE ON GOVERNORSHIP According to Saturday's Philadelphia Inquirer and Evening Public Ledger, a secret straw vote taken by the Labor World shows the candidates for the Republican nomination for Governor running in the following order: First, Charles J. Margiotti; second, General Shannon; third, William A. Schnader; fourth, Thomas Phillips, and fifth, John A. McSparran. Approximately 150,000 votes were taken in sixty-one counties. The ratio indicates a plurality of 100,000 for Margiotti. MARGIOTTI CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE. dren: Mrs. Bertha Hutchlns, Unity vllle: Perry. Jr.. and Fmd Hoover, Pike's Creek; Arthur Hoover and - Mrs. Louise Seltek, Kingston; Mrs. Lydla Sipele, Plymouth, and Richard Hoover and Mrs. .: Edna Meyers, Mill vllle. . His wife died nine years ago., MARGARET BEVERLY JONES Afljia 1 o rrro rof T3avtt1tr Tfttiaa 1i daughter of Mr. and . Mrs. Reese Jones, 841 East Green Street Nanticoke, died Saturday morning at 10:30 at the family home. Miss Jonefl wn a hlcrhlv re era rH In M.n. tlcoke. She was a soloist In Morlah v-ongregauonai cnuren, , President ui iue xramauc wuo oi tne cnurcn, a teacher In tha Snnriav 8innl a member of the Church School Board. , She was. a lifelong resident of Nanticoke. Surviving are her parent; ' two brothers, Emerson of Walter Held Hospital Washington, D. C. and David at home and a sister, Audrey, at home. The funeral will take place Wednesday afternoon at 2 from the family home, 341 East Green Street, Nanticoke. Services will be Conducted i in Mnrlah . Onncro'.. tional .Church by Rev. Carlton " una aev, . uruiitn mvans. Interment will be In Hanover Green Cemetery. MRS. JOSEPH HOPE (Contributed) FflllnwInO' ' lftMfv 111-... ' IlK Joseph Hope of Stowell passed away Friday,. May 4. She was the dauehter nf Mr ar,A vr i.w. P. Mara and was bora. June 24, XOOO. I' J"' t ' : ' MraHope was married to Jo-JPh Hope of Lovelton, September 19, 1916. Surviving are the following children: Thomas, John, Grace, Rita and Leonard, all at home; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John n'Mqro nf.9t.mll, brothers, Leo,Plttsburgh; Robert, vyiuuuing, ana james at nome; Ave sisters, Mary, Anna and Lo- u uuiiio; jaargaret; tsmg- DKV T7 An Iryna of St Mary's Convent, Wilkes- Funeral services were held on Tuesday morning at St. Anthony's Church. Stowell. Rev William A O'Mara of Catholic University of America, wasnmgton, D. c, a cousin of deceased, was the celebrant of a requiem mass assisted by Rev. W. P. Lynch of St. Anthony's Church and Rev. John P. Kelley of Nicholson. Pall bearers were Lawrence Collins and Robert Hope of Stowell, Joseph and Robert O'Mara of Wilkes-Barre, John Byrne of Me-shoppen and Ambrose Cullen of Blnghamton, N, X( all nephews of deceased.-1. FUNERALS HENRY L. DAVIS Scores of friends and relatives attended the funeral of Henry L. Davis, lata of Shavertown, which was held on Saturday afternoon from the Hugh Jones and Son Funeral Home, 34 Church Street, Edwardsvllle. Services were - In charge of Rev. Thomas W. Hughes, pastor of Welsh Baptist Church of Edwardsvllle. Flower carriers were John Richards, William James, Ezra Evans, William Lewis and Raymond Shaver. Casket bearers were Richard Jones, Richard Daughton, Thomas Rees, Thomas Bebb, Robert Roberts and John Griffith. Burial was In Denleon Cemetery at Forty Fort DAVID A. M'GARRICK The funeral of David A. McGar-rick was held Saturday morning from the family home, 22 West Liberty Street, Newtown, with a large gathering of friend and relatives in attendance. A high mass of requiem was celebrated In St. Leo's Church, Ashley, by Rev. J. J. HefTeran. The floral tokens were numerous. Casket bearers were Daniel Finne-gan, Joseph Gilroy, John Hen-nighan, Eugene Flynn, Anthony Gorman and Michael Green. Burial was In St. Mary's Cemetery, Hanover, where Rev. Father Hefferan pronounced the benediction. MRS. MARY PRD3ULA : Funeral services were held Saturday morning for Mrs. Mary Prlbula from.lhft hnme. 39 Mnrrln Street. PjyjnoKtf allowed -by.a,-higbmBs or requiem in 5t? srepnen's umiren, Plymouth, celebrated by the Rev. Michael Harven. Bearers: Anthony Hallnsky, John Chelosky, Jacob Rzadzskl, Stephen Rakosh, Stephen Mlko and John Onderko. Interment was in parish cemetery at Lehman. ANNA KESSLER Mrs. Anna Kessler was burled Saturday afternoon at 1:30 from the Martin Talarski Funeral Today Martin Talarski, former treasurer of Larksville Borough and a former resident of Nanticoke, will be buried this morning at 8:30 from the home of his daughter, Mrs. Leo Klemaszewskl, Honey Pot, Nanticoke. A requiem mass will be celebrated In St. Stanislaus Church, Nanticoke, and interment will be In the parish cemetery. home of her daughter, Mrs. Daniel Bartle, 51 Allen Street, West Nanticoke. Members of the Pals Club of Lynwood, Ladles' Aid Society of St, John's Lutheran Church and American Legion Auxiliary attended in a body. " v: After brief services at the home, further services were conduoied in St. John's Lutheran Church by the pastor, Rev. Theodore Rehkopf, assisted by Rev. Griffith Evans of the Lynwood Church. Flower carriers were members of the Pal's Club. Pallbearers were Charles Miller, Harry Kessler, Raph Snyder, Raymond Snyder, Fred Bllech," Gus Eidschun. -, . Interment was In , Nanticoke Cemetery. , , , ; . ''.,. ... MARY KULAKOWSKI ? ' The funeral of Mrs. Mary Kula-kowski.was held Saturday morning frnm thft home. 1022 Rnnfh UtauJl Street, Nanticoke. Many friends and reiuuvea wen in uneuaance, ana the floral tributes were numerous, A rprmlem mnjaa waa a.I.)imI.j i vviGwiawu in St. Mary's Church with Rev. A. G. Lewandowski officiating. Flower carriers were Helen Twardowskr, Frances Bleda, Mary Wernusz, Helen Roda, Martha Twardowski, Josephine Witowski, Anna Winter-grass, Verna Wintergrass, Josephine Zaveshlak,. Helen Skrip, Charles Zikowski, Bernard Koz-kevic, Walter Butka, Leonard Rushin and John Michewicz. Pallbearers were Joseph Yascz, John Michlewlcz, -Peter Jones, Thomas Ostachefski, Joseph - Wa-lendzewicz and Louis Nalepka, In- termeni was in ine cnurch cemetery. ; ... SUSAN KURCHINSKI Manv frienda ami ralafHioa f tended the funeral of Mrs. Susan Kurchlnskl which was held from the home, 416 Garfield Street, Nanticoke, at 9:30 Saturday morning. Members of the Rosary Society and Ladies' Slovak Union attended in a body. A high requiem mass was celebrated in St. Joseph's Slovak Church, Rev. John M. Puskar officiating. .. . ,,; ... Pallbearers were members of St. Joseph's Lodge: Stephen Slabodnlk, Paul Wolfe. John RhaaA At A nfanr Klaga, Frank Bucewskl, James muzer. iiuenneni was in tne church cemetery, t . ' Daughters of 1812 Westmoreland Chapter, United States Daughters of 1812. met at Pen-y-Bryn, the summer residence of Col. L. A. Watres on the Elm-hurst Boulevard on Saturday afternoon. Reports were given by the committee chairmen. Mrs. Henrv J. Carr and Mrs. Francis H. Doane. Members of the chapter visited the attractive grounds of the Watree estate. The afternoon's . program was concluded with an orean re cital given by Col. Watres. Among mose in attendance irom Luzerne County: Mrs. Nellie H. Davis of Forty Fort; Mrs. Dunham Lamb. Henrietta Hartman and Mrs. Flora McCabe and Miss Ella Klntz of West Pittston. now dvst- clovd an corn am 1 '.-v.AgMeeMOV!9w4C4Cs-. mr'W v Map shows the track of the dust storm, resulting' from the prolonged drought and high vtods In tha Mid-West, which came east in a 1,500-mile long yellow pall and powdered New York's face with a fine layer of dust Begining In Winnipeg, Can., the storm reached maximum intensity at Iowa and had thinned considerably before it hit Gotham and Southeast. Wife Beater Fined And Held in Bail Charged with beating his wife, Mrs. Sophie Warlck, 25, of 62 John son Street, mother of four chil dren, Jacob Warlck, 29, was fined $10 and costs and held in $300 ball for domestio relations court on May 18, when arraigned in police court on Saturday. The woman said the husband Wilkes-Barre Hairdressers and Cosmetologists' Association Heartily Endorse the Can-"didacy of the Following Representatives: John Hermansen. 4th Leg. Dlst William Roan, 5th Leg. Dlst Wlllard Shorts, 6th Leg. Dlst. Benjamin Jones, 7th Leg. Dlst Gordon Mason, 7th Leg. Dlst John Heffeman, 3rd Leg. Dlst 111 r - v.. I WM. A. SCHNADER . Attorney General Wm. A. Schnader Will Broadcast Over Station WBRE-. Tonight From 7 to 7:15 IHSHSIIHSSHSISKHSMHMMSV V.. - s ,? X !? I. - V IS N BON. CHAS. J. MARGIOTTI RADIO TONIGHT OVER STATION WBRE 6:45 to 7:00 P.M. and 11:15 to 11:30 P. M. PROMINENT SPEAKERS for MARGIOTTI for GOVERNOR Re-elect REED State-Wide Radio llook-Up With WBRE Transmitter TUNE IN TONIGHT ON THESE PROGRAMS Re-elect REED ' ...... 'fciiMM.iiii'i ' f:":WW-WvJ i "' " 1 ' ' ' 1 B'""" im,rir..M...imimmjk a,,,,,, Minr?inrrr ' "a came home on Friday night and neat, ner into insensibility with his lists. She said he threatened to kill her If she notified the police. iou sne appeared in ponce court J th of the woman's eyes were blackened .nri aha hari uvara onuses of the face and nose. Color Bearers to Meet on Thursday Color committee in charge off arrangements for the national defense mass meeting, to be held in this city Friday .' night has re quested yiose who are carrying the oolors representing the various or- ganlzations to meet at Irem Temple Thursday at 7. . Persons in this group should bring a standard for each flag or banner. The women have been directed to wear all white and color hearers for male organizations should wear uniforms.- Committee In charge has ' as members: Mrs. LenaMoon, Albert. Post and Clyde Stevens. YOU ABE PRIVILEGED TO VOTE-roB ONE MAN AND ONE LADY FOB REPUBLICAN STATE iOMICTTEE 201- DISTBICT We Respectfully Solicit Your Support and Vote at Next Tuesday's Primary Election , U if t Robert M. Miller and Adeline M. Davis SENATOB DAVID A. REED , RALPH S. MORRIS " Senator Reed on WBRE - Mrs. W. H. Mainwaring on V 3RE - -Ralph S. Morris on WBRE - . MssiWWMMBWMMMMaillsjsiKMaaMBnMuiiiiiw MRS. W. tt MAINWARING 7:15 to 7:30 8:30 to 8:45 10:00 to 10:15 mm mm Mi y AND HIS CANDIDACY FOR Ml UJ The Pennsylvania Federation of Labor, Meeting In Philadelphia In Annual Session, Friday, May II, 1934, Unanimously Passed This Resolution: "Whereas, The voters of Pennsylvania, eligible to partici-iSp&feiKeeimb 1934, will be called upon to place in nominatfoh tEeir "candi- " date for the office of United States Senator, and "Whereas, David A. Reed, who has been United States Senator for Pennsylvania for the last twelve years and is now again seeking the nomination at the primary election oh May 15, 1934, and ' "Whereas, Puring his term of office, Senator Reed has given every aid and support to those seeking special privileges as against the welfare of the people, and "Whereas, Senator Reed has made every effort to defeat legislation submitted in the United States Senate for the improvement and advancement of the interest of working men and women, and "Whereas, as evidence of this, "1. Senator Reed voted against the Federal child labor amendment. "2... Senator Reed voted to perpetuate company unions as legal entities under the National Industrial Recovery Act. "3. Senator Reed voted against the Black -30-hour workweek bill. "4. Senator Reed voted against the National Industrial Recovery Act and has consistently opposed it. "5. Senator Reed voted against most all remedial legislation supported by the war veterans. "6. Senator Reed as the representative of special privilege interests reputedly worth 30 billijns of dollars, has consistently supported legislation to safeguard and advance these selfish interests at the cost and distress of the plain people, both of this' State and the Nation. "7. Senator Reed has effectively represented the Mel-Ions and Steel Trust, the Morgans and all the rest of the exploiting interests therefore, be it "Resolved, That we, the delegates assembled in convention of the Pennsylvania Federation of Labor, do most emphatically go on record as condemning the record of Senator Reed and we call upon all Republican voters of Pennsylvania to eliminate Senator Reed and his influence for the selfish interests from public life, by preventing him from securing the nomination as candidate of the Republican, party for the office of United States Senator, at the primary election to be held May 15, 1934." OTIS PIIM IT I laVaSilSBSBBBMflBSBEMBIHBlBsSBVSM

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