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PAGE TWENTY-FOUR PLAINFIELD, N. J.,. COURIER-NEWS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1948 OBITUARIES Telephone Plainfield 6-8000 3 Plainfield Trust makes it easy to save! You're a'saver at heart, and there's no reason to put off planning and saving for the things you want because it's no trouble at all. Look: Savi by mail! Open a Savings Account here by mail, if you Tilce, and make all your deposits that way too. Send for New Account Card. Savi from your Chicking Account! At your direction, we will transfer at regular intervals a specified amount from your Checking Account to your Savings Account. You save automatically! Park and savt! Free Vi-hour parking a few steps from the bank at 203 W. 2nd St. Don't drive by come in and SAVE! $1 opens your Savings Account Ifs EASY to Save at THE IPILAIMIFIIEILIID TRUST COMPAXY Plainfield, New Jersey Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Support Your Community Chest OTHER OBITUARIES ON PAGE 16 Deaths in Jersey Phillipsburg Mrs. Ruth Hawk Stewart, who taught school at Alpha for 15 years and was principal of the Morris Park School for two years before her retirement a year ago. Boonton Ellis C. Ball, 62, a painter for the Norda Chemical Company. Lyndhurst John J. Killeen Jr., 37, an employe of the sales department of Wallace & Tiernan Company, Belleville. Elizabeth William Dawes, 60, an electrical supervisor at the Standard Oil Bayway Refinery for 30 yars. Newton Mrs. Anna M. Seals, 84, widow of Theodore Seals. Belvidere Mrs. Rosanna S. Dunn, 81, widow of Frank A. Dunn, and an active member of church and welfare organizations in Newark and East Orange for several years. Millburn Ralph A. Coe, 51, an accountant for 28 years for F. M. Swenson and Son, New York brok ers. South Orange Mrs. Mary Pren dergast Taylor, who died 10 davs after the death of her husband, El- wood M. Taylor, former assistant treasurer of the United States Rubber Company. Elizabeth William Dawes, 60, electrical supervisor at the Bayway Refinery, Esso Standard Oil Com pany. Bloomfield Ruth Ann Thorsen, 3, who died of leukemia after a three-month illness. I MOWS rHt IIMt CO HAVi TOUI DtlVEWAT FIXEQ. GEORGE TO WIN LEY GEXERAL. CONTRACTOR Specializing in BLACK TOP DRIVEWAYS 389 MALCOLM AVE. NORTH PLAINFIELD TEL. PL. 6-4063 BO-WAY OVERHEAD TYPE GARAGE DOORS CALL J. W. SIIUSTER PLFD. 6-8541 BOWE MANTJTA.CTTJMNG CO. Infant Dies j Somerville A daughter born ! Friday to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lud-Ivik, 111 W. Somerset St., Raritan, died that same day in Somerset Hospital. Lieut. R. J. Holienstein Westfield Memorial services for Lieut. Robert J. Hohenstein 3rd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hohen stein Jr. of 404 St. Marks Ave. were held yesterday at 2:45 p.m. at Gray's Funeral Home. The Rev. Robert M. Skinner, pastor of the Presbyterian Church officiated Interment was today at 9:30 a.m. in Fairview Cemetery. Lieutenant Hohenstein was killed Feb. 28, 1945, in action at Titz, Germany, where he served with the 99th Division. . m ADDITION TO INSURANCE' OUR CURRENT DIVIDEND RATE IS PER ANNUM SAVINGS INSURED UP TO $5,000 BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP. CENTRAL FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 144 PARK AVENUE PL. 6-4932 eeeM OPEN THURSDAY EVENINGS, 6-8 P. M. ae-M-ao-H IN PLAINFIELD YOUR KAISER - FRAZER DEALER ' is MARINO AUTO SALES, Inc. 617 WEST FRONT STREET PL. 6-3345 OPEN DAILY TILL 9:30 SUNDAYS TILL 6:00 COME IN AND SEE AMEBICA S MOST COPIED CAB Mrs. Sarah Liddy Dies at 77 Bernardsville Mrs. Sarah A. 4 -V rl Liddy died unexpectedly Saturday night (Oct. 23, 1948) in her home, Highview Ave. She was 77. Born in Brewster, N. Y., she made her home here for the past 51 years and was a member of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church and a charter member of the St. Elizabeth Parochial School PTA. She was the widow of the late Thomas Liddy, who died in 1936. ' She leaves four sons, John J. Liddy and George L. Liddy of Bernardsville, Robert E. Liddy of Saranac Lake, N. Y., and Lawrence T. Liddy of Basking Ridge; a daughter, Mrs. Joseph Ike of Bernardsville; two sisters, Mrs. John Donegan and Miss Mary Patterson, both of Carmel, N. Y.; a brother, James Patterson of Brewster, N.Y.; and eight grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at the home Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. A Solemn High Mass of Requiem will be offered at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church at 10 a.m. Burial will follow in Holy Cross Cemetery, Basking Ridge. - r mm Miss Ella Dilts High Bridge Funeral services for Miss Ella Dilts, 86, of Long Valley, who died Friday night (Oct. 22, 1948) in Greystone Hospital, Morris Plains, where she had been a patient for a month, will be held today at 2 p. m. at the Charles A. Naughright Funeral Home, High Bridge. The Rev. Abram Pepling, pastor of High Bridge Reformed Church, will officiate and burial will be in the Lower Valley Union Cemetery. Miss Dilts was born at Middle Valley, a daughter of the late Abner and Elizabeth Dilts. She resided at the home of Howard Dilts, Long Valley. Pfc. Harold Stamets Clinton Military funeral rites were held yesterday at 2:30 p. m. in the Pattenburg Methodist Church for Pfc. Harold Stamets, 31, son of Mrs. Viola Stamets of Pattenburg. The Rev. William Samuel, church pastor, officiated. Burial was in the cemetery adjoining the church. Herbert Cawley Post American Legion and Ladies Auxiliary participated. Pfc. Stamets died of wounds received in the D-Day invasion of France in 1944. Besides his mother, he is survived by his widow and three brothers. PRESCRIPTION SERVICE SlCE 1888 S PRESCRIPTIOnS 5e 1 1 1 j li 1 " 1 i2?! 11,1 vr Mil 3 J J J JjJ J J3 3 33 3 33 37 XCjWp III rr 11.1. t.l.l.l.M. (.1.1.1. 1.t.t. I. t.l yi.M.Ml -zfc DUDLEY S. MILLER DRUG STORE 401 PARK AVENUE WZ BEXtTVXB PL. 6-930O 8:30 A. M. to la P. M. DAILY IS EMESOENCZ PL. 5-4533 "SPECIALIZING IN WARM AIR HEATING OIL BURNERS SHEET METAL WORK (Since 1857) (7 JjLmJLsnMA WALTER E. CONKLIN 225 GROVE STREET NORTH PLAINFIELD PHONE PI 6-4225 DR. MAYNARD L. CASSADY Chester, Pa. (;p) Dr. Maynard L. Cassady, 50, educational leader in the Presbyterian Church of the USA, died Saturday. PLAINFIELD WINDOW CLEANING CO. Storm. Offices Residence Cleaned 625 O ARROW AVE NUB Telephone PUd. 8-1945 Compensation Inrnranct Carried Franz Lehar Mrs. Camilla Anderson Dies in Bernardsville Bernardsville Mrs. Camilla F. Anderson died yesterday (Oct. 24, 1948) at the home of her daughter, Mrs. R. E. Sward of Hillside Ave., after a long illness. She was 68. Mrs. Anderson had resided with her daughter for the past two years and had previously lived in New York City. Born in Copenhagen, Denmark, she came to the United States at the age of 14. She was the widow of the late John A. Anderson. Besides her daughter, she leaves a son, Lawrence A. Anderson of Osborn Terr., Maplewood, five granddaughters and two sisters, Mrs. John Thomsen of New York City and Mrs. Lilly Linden of West New York. Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 2:45 p.m. at the Gall-away Funeral Home, Basking Ridge. The Rev. Harry Carlson, pastor of the Swedish Lutheran Church of Summit, will officiate. Burial will follow in St. Bernard's Cemetery here. Cornelius P. Packer Dunellen Cornelius P. Packer, a retired farmer of 364 Whittier Ave., died yesterday in Middlesex General Hospital, New Brunswick. He was 76. Formerly of Belle Mead, Mr. Packer resided in Dunellen for the past 18- years. Surviving him is a sister, Mrs. Luanna Ayres of the Dunellen address. - Funeral services will be held at the Maxwell Funeral Home, Somerville, at 2 p. m. Wednesday, with the Rev. Olin Y. Shute, pastor of First Methodist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Belle Mead. Friends may call at the funeral home tomorrow from 7 to 9 p. m. ! a 3 m ft J ir-7 1 kit Mm n v- i ..r We Make Loans for -Home Appliances ; and for Every Sound Purpose THE PLAINFIELD NATIONAL BANK Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation UlUUWUMUMIUIIIIUtUUUWiUUillttlWUUUWIIIIIUUIUIUIIU o PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES j Fine Wedding Gifts NEW STYLES AND FINISHES MODERATELY PRICED j " ' 1 Bring Your Photographs In to Insure Most Desirable Choice j 1 . SWWS-ART STOKE Artist Supplies 317 WST FRONT ST.. PLAINFIELD, N. J. j ESTABLISHED 186S ' j mimmmiiinimiimmiiimnmmmNmmmmimmOTimiwimnnuimiimiim THE NEW EASY SPINDRIER WASHES MORE CLOTHES FASTER . . . AND DOES IT SIMPLY - Q GENEROUS ALLOWANCE ON OLD WASHERS TERMS ARRANGED TO SUIT FACTORY TRAINED SERVICE MEN ON EASY APPLIANCIS EXPERT REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES ELECTRIC and GAS APPLIANCE SHOP 114 NORTH AVENUE TEL. PL 6-2997 PLAINFIELD, N. J. OPEN THURSDAY EVENING WE'LL PAY YOU CASH for Antiques. Bric-a-Broc FornHur. Tools, Riding Boots, Breeches. Men' Clothing. Pianos, Bikes, Guns, tug-gage. Sewing Machines, etc. Uri I rriC t-18 M&DISON A VS. , nULrr a TeL pi,. 6-3459 Rear West Front SW. Plainfield Edward C. Keimey Westfield Funeral services for Edward Clarence Kenney, husband of Mrs. Flora Cook Kenney of 440 First St., were held Saturday at 3 p. m. at Gray's Funeral Home, with the Rev. A. Ray Petter, pastor of the First Baptist Church, olficiat- ing. Interment was m Fairview Cemetery. Mr. Kenney died Wednesday in his home. He was head of the paying and receiving rfpnartment at the Chase .National Bank of New York before his re tirement in 1940. STRIVE FOR INDEPENDENCE. SAVE A PART OF WHAT YOU EARN. Mortgage. Automobile, Personal, FHA ane Household Appliance Loans MID-CITY TRUST COMPANY E. Front St. & Watchung Ave. Member Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. GEORGE H. CARTER New York(;p) George H. Carter, 74, United States public printer from 1921 to 1934, died Saturday. I Expert Repairing Inexpensive Quality Material Prompt Work Gutters and Leaders Repaired Furnace Repairing Conrad Jacobson Corp. Plainfield' Oldest ana most Kciiaoie Since 1906 75-77 SOMERSET STREET Off. PL 6-1064 Res. PL 6-1065 Authorized Barren Roofer Franz Lehar, Composer, Dies (Picture to the Left) Vienna (JP) Composer Franz Lehar, 78, whose lilting light opera music is known and sung throughout the world, died yesterday at his home in Bad Ischl. Lehar, whose charming melodies and graceful waltz themes were universally loved, was the composer of the Merry Widow and several other operettas that are among the present day's last links with the lighthearted music for which Vienna was famous. His physician, Dr. Franz Wurnik, said the composer who had been critically ill for six weeks, died of cancer. His illness was complicated by gastric ulcers, double pneumonia and a heart ailment. Although Lehar composed several sonatas and symphonic poems, the world knew him best for his great hits, including Springtime, Gypsy Love, the Count of Luxembourg, . the Land of Smiles, the Man with Three Lives and the World Is Beautiful. At Lehar's bedside when he died were his brother, JBaron Anton von Lehar, and his sister, Emma Marie Pahphazy, widow of a Hungarian count. Lehar's estate is estimated at more than $1,000,000. He recently drew up a will leaving his home to the town of Bad Ischl as a shrine with 10 per cent of the income from his estate to maintain it. Thomas F. Hill High Bridge Funeral services for Thomas F. Hill, 87, veteran employe of the Central Railroad of New Jersey, were held Saturday at St. Joseph's Church. Burial was in St. Ann's Cemetery, Hampton. The Rev. Edward J. Dalton, rector of St. Joseph's Church, officiated. Bearers were former railroad associates of Mr. Hill. Mr. Hill ended a 66-year span of employment with the railroad in 1937 when he retired as a passenger conductor. He began work for the railroad in 1871 at the age of 10. Surviving are two sons and a daughter. Vincent Wilk Somerville Funeral services for Vincent Wilk, husband of Mrs. Ce celia Wilk of Neshanic Station, was held Saturday at the Maxwell Funeral Home and at the Mary, Mother of God Church in Flagtown, where a Requiem Mass was celebrated. In terment was in Sacred Heart Cemetery, Manville. "CRESCENT HOME" P. CASEY & SON OTJKECTOB OF FtTKTEHAI.3 151 EAST SEVENTH ST. AT CRESCENT AVXIHTB Tel. FlalnTleld 6-2331 HOME PRIVACT jadt Servioe Koora vithaefjaoceC Family Room hm the beenty end po ttcy of any livmg room, and all tm tastefully furnished, and are appropriate for the occitioo. I a: EH WG JlC MEMORIALS of DISTINCTION LAMPERTI BROS. Plainfield Granite Works "ICHMOND AT FOURTH SI-PL 6-4387 Cemetery memorials are more than symbols of life tbat to gone. They are the symbols of loves and memories, ideals cod faiths that lire forever. It is fitting that such a symbol should have the beauty and pei maneace found in Select Barre Granite memorials. fiBBJl May we tell you mora VfluiHeJ about them? L. L. MANNING & SOU Established 1861 STANLEY BURNER. Owns ' 405 WEST FRONT STREET TEL PLFD. 6-0706 New Illustrated Booklet FurnisJutd Upon Request eJUDKINS' Colonial Dome FUNERAL SERVICE To Meet Any Financial Condition 428 West Fourth St. Tel. PIfd. 6-4429 COMWAY' REFRIGERATION PLAINFIELD 6-1551 SALES PARTS SERVICE All MAKES REPAIRED 190 SOMERSET STREET y A Home w Tt Bememlier VV WKmniMM I V ... Sendees wfceee It V ' jggLj Uyd Comforting Olgnlfy Ji Y 'JS' ' you'll aover forget! It 209 W. tth at Arlington PL 8 0017 G If Isn't Enough io Vacuum Rugs While you may be removing top layers of dust; gritty, ingrained . . . harmful-to-rugs dust particles still remain. The best way to preserve rugs and renew their original lustre and beauty is by sending them, to Brown & Keller's for a scientific cleaning and shampooing. Being rug experts, you're assured of superior, satisfactory re sults. FOR A LITTLE FINER CLEANING AND PRESSING BROWN a KELLER'S CLEANERS and DYERS 207 Park Ave. 515 Park Ave. 12-18 Washington Ave., jf PHONE 7 jT PL 6-8400 J Plainfield 228 E. Broad St. Westfield 2-0066 Your Savings Bank Is Always In The Picture.' K. ) mi A u j iM.ii.. tJ r,: . 5 WW jV-iV-v,rt-Mh, nn iViV. A --fi i Save for the Down Payment! The bigger your balance here, the more cash , you can pay when you make the down payment. Result: A smaller mortgage to finance the rest of the cost. Open an account here; add to it regularly. PLAINFIELD SAVINGS BANK . FRONT ST. and PARK AVE. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. A Mutual Institution Founded in 1363 To Serve Those Who Save i

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