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The Times Leader from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania • Page 9

The Times Leader from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania • Page 9

The Times Leaderi
Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
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Nine WILKES-BARRE RECORD, TUESDAY; JUNE 25, 1940 JOHN RAEDER Funeral of John Raeder, widely WALTER KOWALSKI Walter Kowalski. 54, of Main Formei Nanticoke "Minister Succumbs Mrs. Jane Mahedy, 95, Dies at Nanticoke Beraadin Zabawskt, Thei Dreyfus, Helen Trukofka, Jane Maczuga, Dolores Bednarcsyk, Theresa Bednarczyk, Irene Wit-kowski, Irene Pepon, Stanley Wit-kowskt, Leona Oresek and Helen Homkl Bearers were Eleanor Sobolew- J.T.Atherliolt, Luzerne, Dies Known Painting Con tractor Was Active in Church Affairs Services were conducted at the house by Rev. H. R. Harrison, pastor of First Methodist Church. Interment was In Nanttooke Cemetery. Honorary bearers were John E. Thomas, John Simpson, D. M. Kline, George McCalllster, Charles Younk, William P. Morgan, E. Foley and Segar. Active bearers were George Hlg-gins, Pblnas Knorr, David James, William Evans, Clyde Hoyt and Peter Paulsen; ELEANOR ABBOMOVICH Funeral of Eleanor Joan Abrotn-ovlch was held yesterday morning from the home of her mother, Mrs. Mary Abromovloh, 926 Kosolusiko Street, Nantlook. A requiem mass was read in St. Cailmlr's Lithuan JOHN FED DOCK Funeral services for John Fad-dock, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John Feddock, 82 Larkln Street, Larksville, were conduoted yesterday morning at 11 Wilson Street, Larksville. Interment was in St. Hed wig's Cemetery, Larksville. Besides his parents, he is survived by a sister, Reglna; his paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Feddock and maternal grand-father, William Bartosh. WILLIAM J. HALL Funeral of William J. Hall was held yesterday morning from 67 William Street, Pittston, and was well attended. Mass was celebrated at 10:15 at St. John the Evangelist" Church by Rev. Joseph L. Burial was In the parish cemetery where final benediction was pronounced by Rev. Father Barry. Bearers were these nephews: William Judge, Thomas Preston, Junior Slmonson, Cyril and Paul Tlsohler, Joseph judge, Jr. Lewis Parys Has Emergency Operation Lewis Parys, 52, of Laoeyvllle, underwent an emergency appendicitis operation last night In General Hospital. known Lehigh Valley Railroad employe, was held yesterday morning from 67 William Street, Pittston, with many friends in attendance including a large group of fellow railroad employes. Mass was celebrated at St. jonn the Evangelist Church at 9:30 by Rev. John J. Maher assisted by Rev. Josepn L. Barry as deacon and Kev. iu. j. Meuey as sut deacon. Burial was in the parish cemetery. Bearers were theee members of Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers: Thomas F. Gallagher, Joseph Donohue, Nicholas McNulty, James Newcomb, Alex Martin and William Firestine. MARY KERSHIS Funeral of Mrs. Mary Kervhit was held yesterday morning from the home, 287 Phillips Street, Lyndwood. A requiem mass was read In St. Caslmir'a Lithuanian Church, Larksville, by Rev. George Andruska. Interment was in tne parieh cemetery, Muhlenburg. Bearers were Stanley Blekshls, Joseph Krasauckas, Joseph Kar- anaucrtas, Antnony inirxonis, William Vlehnaucka and John Gud-onls. PETER SORENSON Funeral of Peter Serenson, re tired mine official, was held yester day afternoon from the home, 333 East Church Street, Nanticoke. TOT am CROWD is Road, Mocanaqua, sexton at St. Mary's Church, Mocanaqua, for 10 years, died yesterday morning at 11:40 at hU home. Deceased was born in Poland ana resided in Mocanaqua for 80 years. He was a member of St Mary's Church aad was aotiva In Its Holy Name Society. He wis a member of Polish Union Group 188. Surviving are his widow, Blanche, and these children: Stanley, a member of the United States Army sta tioned at Fort Mason, San Franclsop; Stephanie, a nun at a convent in Reading; Malvlna, John, Charles, Edward, Pearl and Theresa at home. Funeral will be held from me nome Thursday at 8:30. A requiem mass win oe read in at. Mary unurcn i ft. Interment will be In the parish cemetery. EDWARD J. FLAHERTY Edward J. Flaherty, 60, purchas ing agent for the D. B. Dodson Coal Company, died Sunday night In Jefferson Hospital, following an operation. Ha was a resident of Pottevllle. Surviving are his wife, the for mer Loretta Boyce, a former resident of North Washington Street city, and three children, Molly, Joseph and Ann. MISS MARGARET BRYDIE Miss Margaret Brydle, daughter of the late Rev. Andrew Brydie a former pastor of Langcllff Presbyterian Church, Avoca, died early yesterday morning at Highland Hos pital, Kocnester. jm. x. Surviving are a sister. Mrs. R. M. Hessler of Wyoming and a brother John T. Brydie of Rochester. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 2:30 at the home, 11 Morgan Street, Rochester. Burial will be on Wednesday afternoon at in sunDury. FREDERICK A. CEASE Word has been received by Mrs, Frank W. Pearson, 71 O' Neil Ave nue of the death of her father. Frederick A. Cease, which occurred at 4:30 yesterday afternoon at the MoElwee Nursing Home, Susque hanna. Pa. He was a former real' dent of North Wllkes-Barre and the East End section. FUNERALS STANLEY BOBROSKI. JR. Funeral of Stanley BAhrnakl imui un oi ur, ana mn. Stanley Bobroski, 1125 South Hanover Street. Nanticoke. was hell yesterday morning. An angel mass was reaa in St. Mary Church by tne pastor, itev. A. G. Lewandow- eki. Interment was In the parisn cemetery. Flower? carriers were Bernard Adamczyk, Anna Trukofka, J. C. Sodowski, Julia starzenczlnskl, svmcuitio ekl, Anna Kacurek, Sylvia Zabawskt, Theresa ZabawsKi, Lore fa Kacurek and Olga Sawchuk. MRS. MARY MASAVAGE Scores of friends and relatives at tended the funeral of Mrs. Mary Masavage, which was held yesterday morning from the home, 392 New Grove Strett. Threa masses were celebrated In Holy Trinity Church by Rev. J. K. Mlliauskas at the main altar and Rev, Alphonse Zukouskaa and Rev. John Shupshynski at the side altars. Members of the Altar and Rosary Society of the church attended the cervices In a body. Bearers were rranx uoeraius, Joseph Stanull, William Akronas, Anthony Sutkus, George Gvildes and Anthony Pljaujou. WILLIAM F. NOGLE William F. Noel. who was fatally, injured in a truck accident ai. Clinton. N. was burled yester day afternoon from the family home. ivi XMormampion street, Kingston, with many friends and relatives attending the funeral. services were cnarse or tne Rev. Robert F. Kline of Calvary Episcopal Church and Rev. Percy Allen Davis of Westmoor Church of Christ The soloist, Farrington Hun ter, sang "Abide with Me" and "Crossing the Bar." There were msny floral tributes. Interment was in Mt. Greenwood Cemetery. THOMAS LEWIS Funeral of Thomas Lewis was held yesterday afternoon from 'the home of his daughter, Mrs. Bernard Spencer, 38 Scureman Street, Lynawooa. kv. rnomas Hughes, pastor of Wtsh Baptist unurcn. Extwarasvme. oinciatnd. Mildred Glttens sang 'Going Down the Valley" and "Goodnight Here, Good Morning There." Interment was in Hanover Green Cemetery. Bearers were Thomas Reese, William Evans, John Tucker, Mor- decal Jones, David J. Michael and Barney Paucke. MRs! CAROLINE CROSBY. Funeral of Caroline Crosby was held yesterday morning from the home of her daughter, Mrs. Robert Hipp, 634 West Eighth Street, Wyoming, and was largely attended. Services were In charge of Rev. Arthur Jones of Wyo ming; Methodist cnurch. Bearers, all grandsons of Mrs. Crosby, were Leroy Snyder, Harry Snyder, Harold Hipp, Aimon uase, John Crosby and Raymond Youells. Interment was In Wyoming Ceme- tery. VI Zi Caron Get i a ian Church, Larksville, by the pas tor, rtev. a. j. sinxiewict. int ment was In St Mary's Cemetery, Hanover. Bearer were Benjamin Krzynie-tkl, Edmund Romanowski, John Wlsniewski, Victor Plzont, Walter Kusklewlca and Alphonse Orman-owski. MRS. DORSEY KLINE Funeral servioes for Mrs. Doraey Kline, Hunlook Creek, were held Saturday night at the home of her sister, Mrs. Albert Stone, 426 East Union Street, Nanticoke. Further services were conducted yesterday at Morrlsdale, where interment took place. AROUND TO ,11 delicious Neht asd lar-T-Pk flavors, ounce of Mehl for to a Wilkes-Barre, Pa. ert 1- 'm vm Judson T. Atherholt, 67, well known painting contractor and rej pected resident of the West Side, died at yesterday at his home, 338 Charles Street, Lucerne, after a short illness of a heart condition; Mr. Atherholt was. a lifelong resident, of Luserns and was en-Eared for years in the painting and paper-hanging business. He was active in ohurch affairs being a member and elder of Lucerne Presbyterian Church and was affiliated with Byars Council, Junior Order United American Mechanics. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Elizabeth Atherholt and these children, Mrs. Jessie Phillips, Burbank, Boyd Atherholt, Trucks ville; frank Atherholt, Honesdale; Mrs. Leslie Spencer, Dallas; Jacob Atherholt, Lucerne, and Mrs. Jacob Swank, Ashley. Private funeral services will be held from the family home on Thursday afternoon at 1:30 with services in charge of the Rev. S. E. Daviee, pastor of Luzerne Presbyterian "Church. Interment will be In Fern Knoll Burial Dallas. Friends may View the body at the funeral home, 365 Bennett Street, Luzerne, JAMES W. BROWN James W. Brown, S3, brother of C. T. Brown of this city, died early yesterday morning at Bloomsburg. He was a well known truck farmer and specialised in raising fancy celery. Surviving are his son, James D. Brown, Bloomsburg, and three other brothers, Ben C. Brown, El-mlra, N. Clyde F. L. and Edward H. Brown, Bloomsburg. FUNERALS Barrall, MM. Karl Bochnia, Thomas Klrby, Bridget Leskovjanski, xuuuui, jtaroara Barbara Miller. Frank C. Bruce B. Erdman, Anna Gllloran, Joseph Vabriel, Charles V. Gregory, Harold Hite, Isabelle -Huntsinger. Earl Jenkins, DanlgfM. Johnson, ElisaSeth Phillips, John T. Buddy, Mrs. William Blchardson, Benjamin Roche, Mrs. Mary Scovall, A. Jennie Walter, Mrs. F. Vacklmovlca, Constance Mrs. Earl Barrall from home of her brother. Hobert Wilcox West Poplar Street West Nanticoke. Tuesday 1:30. Service 2 First -Methodist- Church, Nanticoke, Rev. H. R. Harrison ofii-ciating. Hanover Green Cemetery. Thomas1 Bochnia from 148 Walnut Street, Plymouth, Wednesday 9. Requiem mass 9:30 Nativity Church. Parish cemetery. Mrs. Rose Barlle from 6 Pine Street, Plttston, Tuesday 9. Requiem mass 9:30 St. Rocco's Church. St. John Cemetery. Mrs. Jay Cotner from home of IrTotherTMrsFAnna HazIlnsKyTSfrmo-Lane, Tuesday 9.. Requiem mass 9:30 St. Joseph's Slovak Church. Sacred Hsart Cemetery, Dallas. Bruce B. Dimmock from 68 Crlsman Street, Forty Fort, Tuesday 2, Rev. Dr. C. a. Roush officiating. Oaklawn Cemetery. Arrangements by I r. Knlffen's Son. Mrs Anna Erdman from 248 South Washington Street. Tuesday 9:15. Requiem mass 9:30 St. Nicholas' Church. Parish cemetery. Joseph tsiiioran from home of sister, Mrs. Catherine Gillespie, 187 Rock Street, Hughestown. Tuesday 9:45. Requiem mass 10: 15, St. John's Church. parish cemetery. Charles Van Loon Gabriel from 420 West Main Street, Plymouth, Tuesday 7-45. Requiem mass 9 St. Vincents Church, Plymouth. Calvary Cemetery, Long Island, N. T. Harold 6. Gregory from home of -parenUMrand Mrs. Harry Gregory, 24 Railroad Street, Hudson, Tuesday 2, Rev. Eber Seymour officiating. Mt. -Greenwood Cemetery. -Arrangement by J. S. Miller. Mrs. Isatoelle Hlte from home of Tjarents. Jor. ana airs, nniiam It Voor family will else enjoy Is Oi Buv. ln variety nt tnem in a variety ni Par-T-rak for only 10c, oi rs Keystone Bottling Co. zzzz pfiii SjT-izizzzL I So an hts of folks! -Believe It or Not," says Ripley, "Royal Crown has won 9 out of 10 certified tasU'tests againit leading colas from coast to coaitl" Gal to know this new favorite! Gel the big bom carton todayl IOT It WSTI-TECT A PnAirt rf Jfafcl Csv Reversi. full quart Phone 2-3126 WW Life SI mm I Rev. Henry Hill, about 85, retired Baptist -minister who many years ago served a charge In Nanticoke, died Sunday, afternoon at his home in Balnbrldge, N. acoordlng to word received' yesterday by bis nieces, Mrs. William T. Evans and Mrs. Frank William, Nan UcokeV' Rev. Mr, Hill served as pastor of English Baptist Church, Nanticoke, about 50 years ago, when be left Nanticoke. He retired from the ministry about 25 years ago. MRS. CLARENCE WEATHERS Mrs. Clarenoe Weathers, 57, widely known greater Pittston resident, died Sunday shortly before midnight. at Wllkes-Barre General Hospital after six weeks Illness. Body has been taken to the home 1143 Exeter Avenue, Exeter, from where the funeral will bs held Wednesday at 3, Rev. W. John Hill, Sastor of First Congregational hurch, officiating. Burial will be in West Pittston Cemetery. Mrs. Weathers, the former Llllle Miller, was born in Pittston and had lived in the greater Pittston area through her life. She had many friends in that section. She was a' member of First Congregational Church. Surviving are her husband and these children: Edward, Virginia; Mrs. Henry Kocher, West Pittston; Mrs. Ruth Myers, New York; Alice, California; Mrs. Howard Wioklzer, Moosio; Jeanette and William at home; two brothers, George Miller, West Pittston, and David Miller, Forty Fort. Also 14 grandchildren. MRS. WILSON KJBLER Mrs. Catherine Klbler. 66. a resi dent, of Parsons section for the last 17 years, died yesterday morning in Wllkes-Barre General Hospital after a lingering illness. Funeral will be held from the home, 64 Govier Street, Parsons, Wednesday afternoon at 12:30, with Rev. C. Duane Butler of Abbott Methodist Church and Rev. A. L. Smith of Mildred. officiating, Further servioes will be held at Gilbert Cemetery, Effort, at 3:30 (DSTJ. Mrs. KilMer was born at Allen town, and lived-many years at Ricketta, Sullivan County, before locatlne at Parsons She was a member of Bernlce Lutheran Church and P. O. of Society of Parsons. Surviving are her husband and these ohlldren, Mrs. A. D. Helsman, LaPorte: Mrs. J. A. Rederick. Bridgeton, N. Granville, Amelia and Dewey, at home, and James, Pikes Creek; four brothers, Milton and Howard Herring. Allentown; William Herring, Ore Fields, Pa. and Ralph Herring, Hatfield, and three sisters, Mrs. Samuel Quigg. Mrs. Clayton Boyer and Mrs. William tsrey, all oi Allentown, Four grandchildren also survive. Arrangements oy tarom Snowdon. CHESTER E. JACOBY Fune'ral of Chester E. Jacoby took place yesterday afternoon from the family home, 124 New Alex ander Street, with a large gamer- ing of friends and relatives in attendance. Rev. Dr. Charles S. Roush of First Baptist Church of- ficiated. Flowers were carried bv Luther Jacoby, Robert Jacoby, James Mor ris, Artnur Morris, xnomas srew, Chester Belles, Raymand Albee and Harold Norris. BeaTWt-eTe-D-CrrTtwmasrRT Williams. John- August. Harry Sherry. E. E. Edaeon and C. E. McGroarty. Interment was in West Pittston cemetery. Arrangements by L. P. Knlffen's Son. THOMAS BARRON Thomas Barron, 29, of 34 West Enterprise Street, Glen Lyon, nea veeterdav morning at 3:30 in Man tlcoke State Hospital following an operation he submitted to Sunday niehu Deceased was a lifelong resident of Newport Township and was member of Glen Lyon Methodist Church. Surviving are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Barron, and these brothers and sisters: George, Leonard, Joseph, Mildred, John, Emllyr LoulseJaines and Rober MRS. MARY KANE Mrs. Mary Kane died at 12:30 yesterday afternoon at her home, 862 Park Avenue, after several months' illness. Mrs. Kane was a lifelong real dent-ot-Wllkes-Barre. and. -waajwell known and respected. She was a member of St. Patrick's Church and its Altar and Rosary Society. She was the widow of Martin Kane. Surviving are a daughter. Mary, and two sons. Edward and Francis, all at home, and-anauntMrs, James O'Neill, Kingston. Arrangements by M. J. McLaugh lln. FWAVK PTT.SZKO Frank Pilszko, 802 Linden Street, Avoca. died yesterday morn.nif a. at Pittston Hospital where-he had been receiving medical treatment. He was a member of S3. Peter and Paul's Church and ito Holy Name Society. Surviving are his widow, Kune-crunda. and these children: Mrs. Charles Weber, Avoca; Mrs. John Sulupka, Kingston; Mrs. Arthur Ur ban, uuryea Antnony, trances, Louise and Joseph at home. HEADACHE? Mars la taurine Relief of CeadttieM Due cs Siuuish Bowels II roe think all lutivei act alike, iut try thh II MMiMt Inatlira. mild, thorouih. nfmhins. inTiganUaf De pendable rIM from rick kadacho. blUou pell tlnri feellu whaa aaaocimUd with conttipatiaa W.tU. Dlclr from root niuiwuk man dnraiit. Make the tat tbea not Scllshtttf. nturs tfct bos to u. Ws will nfuad the purcbut price. That' fair. Set NR T.bltt. tadir. Lewis P. Rnif fen's Son Wilkes-Banr FUNERAL HOME South Main Street afelamn A cemetery whore aa adequate endowment fund will perpetuate It upkeep forever. We would like yon to visit Oaklewa aad enjoy beauty. Dial t-1806 and we will be find to furnish an automobile of no Miration to you. Choice) Lota at $200' OAIttjiWN Cemetery Association Wllkes-Barre, Pa. f-to ST Mrs. Jans Mahedy, formerly of Kingston and widely known through Wyoming Valley, died at 8:30 yesterday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. William Barrett, 1230 Market Street, Nanticoke. She observed bar Mth birthday anniversary last January. A native of Wllkes-Barre Mrs. Mahedy had resided here the greater part of her life. For many years she made her home with another daughter, lire. William Mona-ban, 16 Third Avenue, Kingston, and for the last two months had mads her horns in Nantlooks. She was a member of St Ignatius' Church, Kingston. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Barrett Nanticoke; Mrs. Month an, Kingston, and Mrs. Mary Murray, Syracuse, N. a son, George Mahedy, Soranton; twelve grandchildren and sight greatgrandchildren. The body was removed to the home from where the funeral will be held on Thursday morning at 9 with a requiem mass at 9:30 in St. Francis' R. C. Church, Nanticoke. Burial will be in St. Francis' Cemetery. Arrangements by M. J. McLaughlin. OBITUARY MRS. NELLIE MENGAK Death ofr Mrs. Nellie Mengak, 64, mother of Peter Mengak, a member of the city police department, occurred early yesterday morning after several weeks' illness. Mrs. Mengak was b6rn in Austria and had been a resident of Wilkes-Barre since coming to this country 50 years ago. Site was a devout member of St. Nicholas' Russian Orthdox Church. Surviving are four other children, Mrs. Mary Kochlnsky, Mrs. Dora Rohowski, John and Mrs. Nellie of this city. Funeral will be held from the home on Wednesday morning at 8 with divine liturgy at 9:30 in St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church, Seneca Street, Burial1-will -in -St. John's Cemetery, Nanticoke. IDA COOPER STEVENS Mrs. Ida Cooper Stevens, 74, widow of Harvey Stevens, died Saturday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Floyd Andre, Montrose. The funeral will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 from a funeral home, Church Street, Montrose. Rev. David Davis of jFairdale will officiate. Interment) will be in Camp-town Cemetery. Mrs. Stevens Is survived by five other daughter: Mrs. Artnur Arnold, Mrs. Wilbur Hewitt and Mrs. Luther Very, all of Fairdale; Mrs. Roy Howell of LeRaysville and Miss Emma Stevens of Montrose: and two sons, Oliver of Avoca, N. and Jesse of Binghamton. ELIZABETH S. DAILY Mrs. Elizabeth S. Daily, 80, died at 2:50 yesterday afternoon at her. home, 40 Jones street, alter several months illness of general debility She was born at White Haven and had lived In this city for' SO years. Surviving are four sons, Ouy, Schenectady, N. Harry, New York; Harold, Tunkhannock, and Raymond, Pikes Creek; a daughter, Mrs. Ruth Plnnell, at broth-err-Amos-Floweiv Wtlkos-Banrer sister, Mrs. Amelia Roth. Detroit, 16 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Funeral will be held from the Harold C. Snowdon Funeral Home, 64 North Franklin Street, Thursday afternoon at 1 with the Rev. E. M. Slichter of Dana Street Evangelical Church. Burial will be In Laurel Cemetery, White Haven. WILLIAM H. KELLEY William H. Kelley, 67, died early Saturday morning at his dome, Cherry Township, Sullivan County, after a lingering illness. Since his retirement as section foreman for the Lehigh Valley Railroad Company he had lived on a farm near Dushore. He was member of St. Basil's Cnurch, Dushore. Surviving are and three children, Mrs. Rachel Touscn-ney Prcebe and Benjamin, all of Dushore. Funeral will held this n-inir frnm tha iomt with a reaulem mass at 9:30 in St. Basil's Church. Interment will be in the parisn cemetery. MISS EMMA BROWN Mian Flmma Brown. 59. a lifelong resident of Wllkes-Barre, died at 8" last night at the home of her sister, Mrs. Katie Generals. 245 South Pennsylvania Avenue, following a lingering illness. Besides Mrs. Generals she is sur vived by three brothers, Ira and William Brown of this city and Harry Brown of Detroit, and a nephew, Morris, Generals. Arrangements Dy r. K.ninens Son. MRS. CATHERINE MARKLE Mrs. Catherine (Marchlewska) Markle died at 5:15 yesterday after noon at the nome or her dauenter, Mrs. Stephen Filchak, 114 Walnut Street. Plymouth. Mrs. Marme was Dorn in foiana and had been a resident of the West Side since coming to this country 55 years ago. She was a member of St. Marv's Polish Church. Plym outh, and Order of St. Francis. Surviving are three other daughters. Mrs. Stanley Kaminskl. Nanti coke; Mrs. Lewis Meleskl, Plymouth, and Martha, at home. Eleven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren also survive. WILLIAM O. RUSSELL William O. Russell, 70, of 148 Henderson Street, Old Forge, a resident of that town for 60 years died on Sunday at Jefferson Hospital, Philadelphia. Deceased was born in Connecticut and was a eon of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry p. Russell. He was a retired Jermyn Colliery engineer and was a member o' Lackawanna Presbyterian Church. Surviving are two eons: William, and George) two daughters, Mrs. John H. Chance, Washington end Mrs. Carl Darner. Old Forere: a sister, Mrs. Nettie Masters, Rend-ham: a brother, Howard, Old Forge, and 11 grandchildren. HOMER E. GRAHAM FUNERAL HOME 395 S. FRANKLIN ST. Wllkea-Barra Established 1874 JOSEPH MORRIS Funeral Director 626 NORTH MAIN ST. Wllkes-Barre Time toTum in your aGrandl940Ply rDealAUivruu" Better Wonderful Summ and Enjoy a Discover fBeyan, 31 Fifth Strest. Wednesday 2. Rev. Guy A. Lelnthal offl- Irs A GREAT FKBUNO to start your trip In car you know lMrito'TourlMymouthdwilercan give you a good trade Stop ln and him, today! Summer's grand when you don't have to worry about tires, repairs, and upkeep on an old car. Travel enjoyably this summer in a new Plymouth. from tn v. dels). fl 1 corporation. or Chrys v.JM, 1 ae -a COI on 0 yout vision GIT out and go Your old car will probably cover a large part of Plym outb's low delivered price. Mother, father. Bister, brother all will enjoy Plymouth's performance, its great Luxury Ride. elating. Pittston Cemetery, Barl Huntsinger from 872 Exeter Avenue, West Pittston, Tuesday 2, Rev. D. W. Patterson officiating. Wyoming Cemetery. Daniel M. Jenkins from 167 Lee Park Avenue. Lee Park, Wednesday 2, Rev. Herbert Sugden officiating. Oak-lawn Arrangement by Homer, K. Graham. Mrs. Elisabeth H. Johnson from 308 McAlpin Btrett, Avoca, Wednesday 9. Requiem mass 1:30 St. Mary's Church. Parish cemetery. Miss Bridget Klrby from home of niece. Miss Nellie Connell, 118 John Pittston. Wednesday Requiem mass 9:30 St. John's Church. Parish cemetery. Mrs. Barbara Leskovjanski from home of son, Auprust. Tuesday 9. Requiem mass 9:30 St. John's Slovak Church. Pittston. Parish cemetery. Frank T.lpka from 396 South Sherman Street. Wednesday 9. Requiem mass 9:80 St. Mary's Polish Church. Park Avenue. Parish cemetery, Wyoming. Frank C. Miller from home of sister. Mrs. Charles Goodman, 420 Spring Street. Hawley, Tuesday 2. Hawley Cemetery. John T. PhilllDS from (534 Westmoreland Avenue. Kineston, Wednesday 2. Elmhurst Cemetery. Mrs. William Ruddv from 305 Pittston Avenue, Avw-a, Wednesday 9. Re-ouiem mass 9:30 St. Mary's Church. Parish cemetery. Benjamin Richardson from 9 New Street. Hudson, Wednesday 2, Rev. Eber Seymour and Rev. Robert Smith officiating. Mt. Greenwood Cemetery. Mrs. Mary Roche from 59 Wehlnt ton Terrace, firmon, ruesoay Re-oulem mass St. John's Church, Parish cemetery. A. Jenrle Sooval' from home of brother. John N. Moore, Broadway, Tueqdv S. Rev. Ir Rutton ard Rev. E. J. Waterltripe officiating, Bronson Cemetery. Mrs. William F. Walter from 108 Dana Street. Tuesday 10. Reaulem mass 10:30 Rt. NWwiis' Church. Parish cemetery, Shavertown. Constance Yackimovicz' from 218 Est ftldsre Street. Nanticoke. Tueadnv S-sn. Requiem mas 9 St. Msrv's Lithuanian emiren, wanamie. Parish cemetery, Miller Funeral Home Established 1371 JACK S. MILLER Director 8 N. Main Street. Plains Private Display Room m.j. Mclaughlin, inc. Funeral Home 143 S. Washington Street Wllkes-Barre West Side Office 473 Wyoming Ave, Kingston rrt4tll dltd a nn uuu SEDANS COUPES START AT STASTAT I a as mm aa 4 sa aa Vl CHAT JUKI UUCTION MiedC RlSht now Is the time to make a good buy on a better used car. Your Dodge, De Soto or Chrysler dealer Is offering wide selections of dependable ueed care all ready for summer travel. 9 I iu nsTROllt DELIV MICHIGAN, lclud'n11 Included. GET A GOOD SUMMER TRADE-IN ON A mm

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