Delaware County Daily Times from Chester, Pennsylvania on June 10, 1976 · Page 4
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Thursday, June 10,1976 DELAWARE COUNTY DAILY TIMES Lena AAorgart dies: retired teacher, 86 Lena Morgart, 86, of 32« Francis W a y , M i l m o n t Park, Ridley Township, a r e t i r e d t e a c h e r , died Tuesday night at Taylor Hospital, Ridley Park A resident of Delaware County for at least 50 years, she had taught school at Leiperville and Lester Schools until she retired about 12 years ago. Miss Morgart belonged to t h e D e l a w a r e C o u n t y R e t i r e d T e a c h e r s Association. Surviving is a sister, Mrs. Marie Bechtel, with whom Miss Morgart resided. Services and burial will be arranged in upstate Pennsylvania. Daily Times obituaries Sara M. AAcCray, 78: crossing guard Mrs. Sara M. McCray, 78 of 619 E. 12th St., Chester, died Wednesday at the Crozer-Chester Medical Center, Upland. Born in Chester, Mrs. McCray lived in Delaware County all her life and at her latest address for the past 32 years. For the past 22 years, she has been a crossing guard for Chester at M e l r o s e a n d M o r t o n Avenues. She was a member of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Moyomensing Fire Co., Chester. Mrs. McCray is survived Death Notices BALLOD, John On June 9 1976 Husrjaro of Cecile of lOi Hastings Awe . Wallingford Funeral arrangements will De announced Oy ine NACRELLI FUNERAL HOIK _ . BROCKSON, Emilie ine«Schmifl Or June e 1576 Su^vec Cy ri e r fiusbano James D bon Jamgj F dno J grandchildren Natives and friers are invited to attend her viewing Thursday 7 to 9 P.V and tuneral seryiceb ?nday 2 PM al tfie VERKES FUNERAL HOME, 7031 Woocfiaod Ave . Philadelphia In'efment Mt. Monah Cemetery Contr.Dut'Ont in her naTig (c [fig Ani^r'Tcir") _[jfict' CONRAD, Phillip B. June 9. 1976 of 922 Bea'otd A Coliingrjdle Hustand o 1 . N^rgarei by her husband, John H. McCray; two sons, John M. of Claymont and William G. of Chester: three daughters, R u t h a t h o m e , M r s . Abraham Chazin of Chester and Mrs. John Waters of S a r a s o t a , F l a . ; three sisters. Mrs. Mary Martin of Claymont, and Mrs. Margie Chatten and Mrs. Clara Pamer. both of Ocean City. N.J. 12 grandchildren: a n d , s e v e n g r e a t grandchildren. The funeral will be 10 a.m. Saturday at the Robert Moreland Funeral Home, 9th and Main Sts.. Trainer. Burial will be in Chester Rural Cemetery, Chester. Caling hours will be after 7 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. DR. ERNEST D. HARRIS Memorial services set William A. Hoog William A. Hoag, 82, died Wednesday at his home in Tlnicum. Born in Turtle Creek, Pa., Mr. Hoag lived in Tinicum for the last 59 years. He had been employed as a tool grinder by Westinghouse Electric Corp. in Tinicum where he worked for 50 years. Mr. Hoag retired in 1960. He was a past member of the corporation's advisory committee and was a member of St. Margaret Mary's Roman Catholic Church in Tinicum. He is survived by 2 sons, Lawrence E. of Aston and Robert J. of Fort Lauder- d a l e , Fa. and three daughters. Rose Neff of Butler, Eleanor Del Grosso of Glenolden and Lorraine Springel of Cochranville. Also surviving are one sister, Rose Fallecker of Butler, 18 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. The funeral will be 9 a.m. S a t u r d a y f r o m t h e Cavanagh Funeral Home. 3U1 Chester Pike, Norwood. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 10 a.m. Calling hours will be 7 to 9 p.m. Friday. Burial will in SS. P e t e r and P a u l Memorial services will be Cemetery, Marple. What o way to run railroad KELLERMAN Daniel F. On June 9 1976 Dame! f Kellerman husband cf '.Vb P Elizabeth Kellerman iNee G'ove;. of 13?9 Ardsley Pd. Svwtimcre Pa Due n o t i c e of the f u n e r a l arrangements will be given by the ROBERT MCPELAND FUNERAL HOME 91h S Mam Sis Trainer Pa LOWE, George W. O'Neill and Mrs Carolyn Cullen Albo grandchildren Relatives !ne"0 r ; are muifec to the 'uneral Sat B 45 a.m at TM£ MARVIL FUNERAL HOME. 1110 Main St . Darby Mass of Christian Sunal Sal 10 a m. Chij'ch of St. C cllm*; dale Fnends may call ? r eve 7 ic 9 in ferment Samtb p eter p au l _Ce f ietgrj- GIBALA. Chester. (Gusj On JuneH l?76o* 1332 P^ce $r Trdiner. Son o* the late Catherine ant; Anthony Gibala Relatives ana tngnns are irmtea to attend ihe liberal on Sat morning 8 a m. trom THE. KANIEPSKI FUNERAL HOME. 252-1 West 3rd St Masi ot Christian Sunai St Hec*igs CHu'ch 9 a m Interment Immaculate r^ean Cemetery. Fnends may call Fn eve HARRIS. ErnestD. On June £ 1976 ol 4Q9 Vernon St Media. Pa . husband ot Mable, tether otErnestJr and Linda Relatives, friends, and members o' Allied Medical Arts Society are invited to attend memorial services Friday s P.M at St Marys Epiicooal Church. 7th Edwards St Chester Pleae omit'lowers No calling hours Arrangements wth WILLIAM w HAPPlS FUNEPAL^OME HOAG. William A. Suddenly on June 9 :97b 0' Essington. Pa. Beloved husband o' the late Eleanor Hoag meeColwn) Father of Mrs. Rose Net*. Mrs Eleanor DeiGrosso. U«rence E Hoag. Mrs Lorraine Sprmgel. and Robert J. Hoag Brother of Mrs RoseFatlecker Relatives and friends are invited to attend his funeral Saturday 9 A V at the CAVANAGH FUNERAL HOME. 301 Chester Pike, Norwood. Mass of Christian Burial in the Church of St Margaret Hfcry at 10 A V Inferment S.S. Peter 4 Paul Cemetery Friends may call Fnoay evening ?_tojj ^ On June 9 1976 of :743 South b5th -St Philadeloh.a husrjana of Dorothy [Nee Pooleri father of Mrs Dorothy Kneger. Mrs Jean Halsey and William G Also furvived by 6 grandchildren Relatives friends and .members ot Eastern Star Blue Lodge, No 187 F 8 A M are invited In the tune^a! Saturday I P M at the MARVIL FUNERAL HOME. 1110 Mam St Darby where friends may call Fnday evening 7 to 9 Masonic Service 8 30 P M Interment Arlington Cemetery MANSLEY. Eva On June / i97e meeLe* 1 ^ w-te ot Mattrte* Mansley o* -liO Avers Place. Chester Funeral will be reld trom the EDWARD E BATEMAN FUNERAL HOME, 4 2 2 0 E c g ^ C n t A v e Brookhaven a* theconvemencpr.* the McCRAY.SaraM. (Nee Scully] On June 9 1976 S)r£ \; '.lii,rav wife 0* Mr Jonn H McCray of 619 East !2thSt Chester Pa Realtives axJ tnends ot the tarmk are invited to attend the tuneral service Saturday morning. June 12. 1976, 10 oclock. at the PCBEPT MOREi_/ND FUNERAL HOME 9th Main Sis Trainer. Pa Interim Chester Rural Cemetery FnenrJb may call Friday evening atter 7 P M ____ McCREADY. Margaret A. NeeO'Shea On June 8 1976 Qeloved wile o' the lale John J ot Morton. Ridley Twrj . formerly ot S. W Phila Motner o' Jonn F Also survivea oy 2 grandchildren Relatives friends are invitee! to attend her funeral on Friday morntig at 9 oclot*. 'frcm THE CAVANAGH FUNERAL HOME, 301 Chester Pike. ood Mass o( Christian Burial in the church ot Our Lady of Perpetual Help at 10 oclock. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery Fnends may call Thursday evening. 7 to 9 o'clock Expressions of sympathy m trie form of memorial contributions to the American Cancer Society. 1 7.40 South State Pd . Upper Damy wo^ld c ft A To honor those who have gone before... is to ~* "--·^'-^- inspire those ***' who follow . . . anJ the pei't'ott c"ii ;:.iii; lnp;i!e The high -tanJ.irJ* B,;:rt- hj- ·*! or eaih mommies: Ki.iblt^ us !u assure YOU ot the utmost ;n quality jnd Jc'si^n. ^-" "·« Plenty of Ample GUILD FREE PARKING - _,,-. Monuments JOHN F, CULLIS SONS IHC J 10-41? lut Seventh St, Chester Oj-O.jnc;'crd Prvwwv l.'rn' ~fi Open 6 Days a Week bundays and Evenings by Appointment Phone TR 6-87 18 1, FRANCIS, CULUS JOSEPH J, VELOSKI LFRED I. HUTTON fRANCIS D- CUtlEX MILLER, Ida P. On June 6 1976 of 217 Townsend S t . Chester. Pa Aunt of Cardnna Downes. Sara Burrell. Addelle Craijc ana Walter W Richardson Relatives and friends also Members of tne Senior Cifuens Clue jre .nvited to attend the funeral service Fn 12 noon from St Daniel United Methodist Church, 4th A Edwards St . Chester Friends may call same day 10 to 12 a the Church. There will t» no viewing after the Eulogy interment Greenlawn Cemetery. Chester Two. CATHERINE B, LAWS FUNERAL HOME DIRECTING PURNELL, Earl On June 7. 1576 Father o) Cynthia. Earl Jr . and Rudolph Purnell o» Philadelphia Brother ol Wrs Florence Adams o) Philadelphia and Mr William Purnell Ot Twin Oa^.t. Pa Relatives and lr rends of the family are invited to attend the funeral Saturday 12 noon at the W M JAMES LEAKE FUNERAL HOME. NE corner of 10th Pusey Sts . Chester The Rev Levi Baldwin oHiciatmt; Fnends may call Saturday morning trom \Q A V. to fxron Interment immediately following the service in Greenlawn Cemetery Feltonville, Pa rClANCY" FUNERAL HOME J. J. Molette, Jr., Supervisor 9TH UPLAND STS, CHESTER NOUMANoFIDAII FUNERAL HOME SERVING PROTESTANT-CATHOLIC FAITHS BURIAL*CREMATION SERVICE 2316 Providence Ave. Chester TM-5973 held at 8 p.m. Friday for Dr. Ernest D. Harris, a Chester pharmacist. The service will be held at St. Mary's Episcopal Church, 7th and Edwards Sts., Chester. Dr. Harris died Tuesday at the Crozer-Chester Medical Center. He was 64 and lived in Media. Born in Natchez, Miss., Dr. Harris graduated from Meharry Medical College in 1933 where he received the highest scholastic average award for three years. He came to Chester in 1947 and established his pharmacy business at 1701 VV. 3rd "St. In 1952 he established another drug store at 1515 W. 9th St. Dr. Harris was a member ' . the National Association of Retail Druggists, the Delaware County Pharmaceutical Association, the YMCA , and the National Association for the Adv a n c e m e n t of Coored People! N.A.A.C.P.). Dr. Harris was current president of the Allied Medical Arts Society. He also belonged to St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Chester. Dr. Harris is survived by his wife, Mabel, and two children, Ernest Jr. and Linda, both at home. The f a m i l y requests memoria; contributions to the Heart Fund. Poster winners NEWTOWIS-Winners in the Marple Newtown High School Bicentennial Poster C o n t e s t were D e b b i e Matson. 1st; DeniseFanelli, 2nd; Cheryl Gorberg, 3rd. ROSS, Nancy L. (Nee Stevens) On June 9. 1976 Nancy L Pois daughter of Mr Grades E Stevens ano the late Alice Christopher Stevens ot 912 Market Si Marcus Hoot- Pa Relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral service. Saturday afternoon, June 12. 19'6 1 oclock al the ROBERT MOBELAND FUNERAL HOME. 91ft S, Mam Sts Trainer. Pa Interment Mt Hope Cemetery Friends may call Friday evening alter 7 P M SHEPPARD, Dennis On June 8. 1976. ot 1216 Weil 3rd St. Chester. Pa. Brother ot Mrs Roxanna H Morgan Uncle of Mrs Ruth Harris. Mrs Rebecca H Roots. Mrs Dorothy H Hams. Robert Hicks. Lmwood Hicks, and York Hicks Funeral services and interment wifi be private SWANSON, Donald P. Husband of Kathryn Mane Swanson (nee GillesDie) ol 1018 Thorrus St Chester tin June 8 1976 Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral Saturday 9 A M at the NOLAN.FIDALE FUNERAL HOME. ?316ProvidenceAve, Chester Mass of Christian Burial 10 AM at St MicrwcJs Church. Chester (mermen! Immaculate Heart Cemetery Friends may call Friday evening 7 to 9 TIPTON In Chester. Pa On Wednesday June 9. 1976. Jean Mane (nee M»ersi. wife ol Luther R Tipton Age 46 years Relatives arid friends are mvifed to attend the funeral service Irom the Church of the Holy Trinity. S High Union Sts.. West Chester on Saturday June I?. 1976 al 11 AM. interment Northwood Cemetery. Downingtown. Pa Friends may call Friday evening at the JOStPH E BOYO FUNERAL HOME. 101 S Church Sts. West Chester Irom 7 to 9 P M Memorial gifts may be made to the Kidney Dialysis Unit. C0 Crojer Chester Medical Center. 15th f, Upland Avc . Chester, Pa. 19013 WATKINS, Russell S. On June e, 1976. husband ol Harriet Campbell Btiley WjIkinS of Parkside. Pa Relatives and friends are mviied to annul the funeral. 8 oclock Friday morning, from the WILLIAM S BLEYLER FUNERAL HOME. 500 Wesl 22nd Si Mass of Christian Burial 9 0 clock, St Hedwifl's Church Friends may call Thrusday evening alter 7 0 clock Inlorment St M a r y s Cemetery Wilkes Bam; Pa Jeanne M. Tipton Mrs. J e a n n e M a r i e Tipton, a former employe of a Delaware County convalescent home, died Wednesday at Crozer- Chester Medical Center, Upland. She was 45 and lived in West Chester. Mrs. Tipton was formerly employed at the Concord Villa Convalescent Home for three years. S u r v i v i n g a r e h e r husband, Luther; four daughters, Mrs. Donna T. delaRigaudiere of West Chester, Mrs. Rita T. Waldmer of Wilmington, D e l . . L u A n n e J o y Aurigemma of Westbury. N.Y. and Darlene April Tipton of Glen Riddle: her mother. Mrs. Lillie N. H a r r i s M y e r s o f Downingtown; four sisters. Mrs. Elva Shaffer of Thorndaie, Pa., Mrs. Lillian Boyd of Honeybrooke. Mrs. Mildred Sheeler of of Bondsville, Pa., and Mrs. Elsie Hartenstine of Frazer. Pa.; two brothers, Harry Myers of Downingtown and Allan Myers of Annandale. Va.. two grandchildren. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Saturday at the Church of the Holy Trinity. West Chester. Burial will be in Northwood Cemetery. Downingtown. Calling hours will be 7 to 9 p.m. Friday evening at the Boyd Funeral Home, 101 S. Church St., West Chester. Marie Butcher Mrs. Marie Butcher, 53, of 2511 W. 3rd St., Chester, died Tuesday in the Crozer- Chester Medical Center, Upland. Born in Chester, Mrs. Butcher lived in Delaware County all her life. She is survived by her husband, Charles; eight sons, James of Atlantic City, and Charles, Jr., Alex, Wiliam, Elmer, Calvin, LaMont and Gary, all of C h e s t e r : a n d f o u r daughters, G w e n d o l y n Sommers of Atlantic City, and Marie, Denise and Paulette, all of Chester. The funeral will be 11 a.m. Saturday at the William H. Harris Funeral Home, 2512 W 2nd St., Chester. Burial will be in Greenlawn C e m e t e r y , C h e s t e r Township. Calling hours will be 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home. Several months ago there was a freight train wreck on the BAG Railroad right-of-way, presently operated by the Chesapeake t Qbto, at the railroad bridge over Bultens Lane in Ridley Township. Since then, the battered hulks of the railroad cars still remain along with the bulk cargo, converting the neighborhood into a junkyard. State Sea Clarence Bell (R#b District) of Upland has asked the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission to intervene and have toe wreckage removed. Russell S.Wotkins Russell S. Watkins, 43, of Parkside died Tuesday in Crozer-Chester Medical Center, Upland after a brief illness. Born in Wilkes-Barre, Mr. Watkins lived in Parkside for the past 11 years. He was an assistant foreman for the Sun Shipbuilding Dry Dock Co. in Chester where he worked for the last 14 years. Mr. Watkins was a member of the Fraternal O r d e r o f E a g l e s i n Wilmington, Del. and of the Polish National Alliance in Chester. He is survived by his wife, the former Harriet Campbell two sons, Russell H. of Brookhaven and Richard of New Castle, Del. and one stepson, Hearn Bailey of Trainer. Also surviving are two s t e p d a u g h t e r s , J u d i t h M c G i n i s s o f L o w e r Chichester and Bonnie Seitz of Boothwyn; his mother, Amelia Watkins of Aston; o n e b r o t h e r , C h a r l e s Watkins of Arizona and nine grandchildren. The funeral will be 8 a.m. Friday from the William S. Bleyler Funeral Home, 500 W. 22nd St.. Chester. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 9 a.m. Friday at S t . H e d w i g ' s C h u r c h . Chester. Calling hours will be after 7 tonight. Burial will be in St. M a r y ' s Cemetery. Wilkes-Barre. Money L Ross Mrs. Nancy L. Ross, 33, of 912 Market St., Marcus ./;/·+ irvt'c Hook, died Wednesday at V I C T I M I b the Crozer-Chester Medical Center, Upland. Born in Chester, Mrs. Ross lived in Delaware County all her life. She was a graduate of Chester High S c h o o l ' s c o m m e r c i a l department and had been employed as an office worker,at both the Tpllins and Freed's f u r n i t u r e stores. She is survived by one son, Bryan Daniel at home two daughters, Tracy Ann and Jennifer, both at home; her father, Charles E. Stevens of Chester; one brother, John Keaton of Coatesville; a n d , two sisters, Mrs. Robert Fulmer of Bethel Township and Mrs. Robert Green of Tuscon, Ariz. The funeral will be 1 p.m. Saturday at the Robert Moreland Funeral Home, 9th and Main Sts.. Trainer. The burial will be in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Aston Township. The calling hours will be after 7 p.m. at the funeral home. Emilie Brockson Emilie Brockson died Tuesday at Philadelphia Osteopathic Hospital. She was 76. Mrs. Brockson is the mother of James F. Brockson of Prospect Park. Born is Philadelphia, she lived there all her life and most recently at 2024 S. 67th St. The former Emilie Schmid, Mrs. Brockson is also survived by her husband James D. Brockson and four grandchildren. The funeral wil be 2 p.m. Friday at the Yerkes F u n e r a l H o m e , 7031 W o o d a n d A v e , , Philadelphia. Burial Will be in Mt. Moriah Cemetery, Philadephia. Calling hours will be Thursday evening at eh the funeral home. Contributions in her name to the American Cancer Society would be appreciated. Phillip B. Conrad Phillip B. Conrad, 71. retired after 25 years as a Red Arrow Co. bus driver, died Wednesday at home at Mr. Conrad lived at 922 Bedford Ave., Collingdale. He is survived by his wife, t h e f o r m e r M a r g a r e t Giilespie. Mr. Conrad is survived by two brothers, William, Ocean City. N . J . , and Frank, Fort Myers, Fla.; and two sisters, Grace Raney, Juna Beach, Fla., and Florence Sweeney, Norristown. He also is survived by two d a u g h t e r s , K a t h l e e n O ' N e i l l , Folcroft, and Carolyn Cullen. Ridley Township. There are eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. The funeral will be 8:45 a.m. Saturday at the Marvil Funeral Home, 1110 Main St., Darby. A Mass of Christian Burial will be 10 a.m. Saturday at St. J o s e p h ' s C h u r c h , Collingdale. The burial will be in SS Peter and Paul Cemetery, Marple. Calling hours will be 7-9 p.m. Friday at the funeral tome. Dennis Sheppord Dennis Sheppard, 66, of 1215 W. 3rd St., Chester, died Tuesday in Crozer Chester Medical Center, Upland. Born in Dover, Del., Mr. Sheppard lived in Chester most of his life. Surviving is a sister, Mrs. Roxanna H. Morgan, of Chester. Services and burial will be private. Grace Pownoll Mrs. G r a c e T a y l o r Pownall, 69, of 6 Swarthmore Place, Swarthmore, a borough resident since 1956, died Wednesday at home. Born in Waynesboro, Ga., Mrs. Pownall resided 25 years in Roanoke, Va., before moving to Swarthmore. Prior to her marriage to Lawrence H. Pownall, who survives her, Mrs. Pownall fostered a career with the YWCA. In addition to her husband Mrs. Pownall is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Ann P. Brown of Lincoln, Mass., and Mrs. Margaret P. Geisler of Madison, Wise., and four grandchildren. A memorial service will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Sunday at the Swarthmore Presbyterian Church. Contributions may be made to the Grace T. Pownall Memorial, Swarthmore Branch, American Ogden Ave., Red Cross, 4 Swarthmore. Bethany Linda A. Mahoney, 27 War Admiral Lane, Lima , and Kathleen Starzinski, 4949 J e f f e r s o n Drive, Brookhaven, have received bachelor of arts degrees from Bethany College, Bethany, W. Va. service set Services will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday for Donald Swanson, 19, of 1018 Thomas St., Chester. M r . S w a n s o n d i e d Tuesday in a swimming a c c i d e n t a t Hoopes Reservoir near Wilmington, Del. The funeral will be held in the Nolan-Fidale Funeral HOme, 2316 Providence Ave., Chester. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. in St. Michael's Church, Chester. Burial will be in Immaculate Heart Cemetery, Upper Chichester. Mr. Swanson was born in Chester and lived here al of his life. He was a 1975 graduate of Chester High School. Mr. SwansOn was employed by Sun Shipbuilding Dry Dock Co. as a ship- fitter. He was a member of the Sun Village Boys' Club and the Internationa; Supreme Council Order of Molay, Chester. He is survived by his wife, the former Kathryn Marie Gilespi; one son, Donald P. Swanson II at home; his parents, William and Hope Swanson of Chester; two brothers, William H. and Matthew J. of Chester; one sister, Donna Marie Szupa of Chester; his paternal grandparents, William H. and Carmela Swanson of Chester; and his maternal grandparents, Herman and Clara Meekins of Maryland. Calling hours will be Friday evening at the funeral home. Eva Mansley Eva Mansley, 67, of 410 Ayers Place, Chester, died Monday at Crozer-Chester Medical Center, Upland. The former Eva Lewis, she was born in Chester and was a community resident all her life. She is survived by her husband, Matthew; two daughters, Mrs. William Clendenning of Anaheim, Calif, and Elsie Mifflin of Swarthmore; two sisters, Anna Kinsler of Chester and C a t h e r i n e L i n d s e y of Upland; one brother, Elmer Lewis of Lower Chichester and two grandchildren. The funeral will be held f r o m the Edward E. Bateman Funeral Home in Brookhaven at the convenience of the family. Willie L. Beverly Willie L.Beverly, 74, of 78 S. Union Ave., Lansdowne, died Monday in Delaware County Hospital, Upper Darby. Born in Caroline County, Va., Mr. Beverly lived in Lansdowne for the past 58 years. He had been employed as a piston maker for the Wilkening Manufacturing Co. in Philadelphia worked for 25 Beverly retired where he years. Mr. in 1967. He was a member of Mount Sinai Baptist Church in Lansdowne. He is survived by three sisters, Mary Boone of Philadelphia, Rebecca Bundick of Yeadon and Virginia Beverly with whom he lived. Services will be 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Mount Sinai Baptist Church. Calling hours will be 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday. Burial will be in Rolling Green Memorial Park, West Goshen. Bicen program at Jefferis school CHESTER-Jefferis Elementary School pupils will present a Bicentennial song and dance show at 10 a.m. Friday in the co ir- tyard of the City's Old Colonial Court House, 4th St. and Avenue of the States. The program is under the d i r e c t i o n o f Hetherington, J e f f e r i s music instructor, and Jane Jackson, Jefferis physiral education instructor. T ie public is invited to attend HEART FUND MEMORIAL GIFTS SAVE LIVES Send Memorial Gifts to: HEART FUND 8 West 2nd St. Media, 19063 Phone 565-3661 (Bereaved Families are Notified of Memorials Immediately) This space contributed by a friend of The Heart Fund the churches of Christ (Romans 16:16) Believe and conless that God's Word, as recorded m the inspired scriptures, is the only source and guide tor laith. doctrine ana hie. We speak where the Bible speaks, and are silent where the Bible is siler t We call Bible things by Bible names, and do Bible; things m Bible ways. We advocate.a return ol all believers to the principles ol original Christianity, as taught by Jesus and practiced by His inspired apostles We cordially invite you to considtr our plea. Springton Lake Church of Christ ri. 2521 MEDIA LINE RD.. NtWTOWN SQUARE, PA. SUNDAY Bible Class 9:00 AM Worship 10:00 AM 46 00PM Wed Service - 7 30 PM Thurs Women's Bible Class. 10:30 A.M EDWINP.FRYE,Mini«er 35312W

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