Harrisburg Telegraph from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on March 11, 1941 · Page 16
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Harrisburg Telegraph from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania · Page 16

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, March 11, 1941
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HARRISBURG ggh TELEGRAPH le TUESDAY EVENING MARCH 11, 1941 Charming Mannequins Will Model Spring and Summer Fashions in the Zemho Shriners' Annual Easter Parade jrr''' pg r i. r 1 1 '" i p? lxg - l 1 These twenty attractive girls, all employes of Bowman's, will model Spring and Summer Fashions in the annual four - day Shriners' Easter Parade, to be given at Zembo Mosque, 3rd and Division streets, tomorrow, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, at 7 and 9 o'clock. They are: Nine Called For New Draft Eight Steelton Men and One From Midtlletown Picked Eight of the nine men selected by County Board No. 1, Steelton, for induction March 17, are from Steelton, The ninth is from Mid - dletown. All but one of the men selected, are volunteers. Those called are: William Clory, Negro;' Frank Anthony Cernugel, George Rodney Savich, Roger Joseph Magaro, Middle - town; Charles Edward Sharon, John Joseph Kolaric, Kenneth El - wood Vanatta, Charles Anthony Nastav, all volunteers and Richard Lewis Brown, selected. March 8 - 15 r W'm celebMioJitina th return of spring with the AT YOUR BUiCK DEALER'S J Starting Wednesday Bowman's Fashion Show at Zembo Mosque - STEELTON: Borough Buys Police Cruiser Council Also Opens Bids For 500 - Gallon Pumper Steelton Council last night pur chased a police cruiser auto from the Sharosky Motor , Company, Steelton. Council expects deliv ery by the end of the week. Council opened bids for a new 500 - gallon pumper for the Citizens Fire Company ranging in price from $6000 to $7000, but deferred action on awarding the contract until the April meeting. Action was delayed to permit members of the property commit tee to inspect fire trucks in this vicinity previously sold by the five bidders. The bidders gave allowances of $100 to $950 on the apparatus now used. School Board Asks Bids on Coal Supply The Steelton School Board will receive bids, March 28, for more than 1000 tons of coal. The board is expected to award the contract at the next meeting in April. The bids are being received by O. H. Aurand, superintendent and secretary of the board, W. H. Nell. Coal will be purchased as fol lows: 750 tons for the high school; 90 tons for the Hygienic; 50 tons for the East End; 80 tons for West Side; 60 tons lor Major Bent; 50 tons for Fothergill and 15 tons for the Home School. Oyster Supper An oyster dinner and supper will be held by Paxtang Council No. 2, Degree of Pocahontas, of Steelton, Wednesday at the Moose Home, 223 North Front street, from 11a. m., to 2 p. m., and from 5 to 7 p. m. Doughnut Social A doughnut social will be held at 8 o'clock tonight by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the German Quartet Club in the social hall at Front and Washington streets. Meets Tomorrow The Ladies Aid Society of the Trinity Lutheran Church, Steelton, will meet Wednesday" at 7.30 p. m.," in the church parlof. Mrs. Beard Named New Head of Chorus Group Meets The Brotherhood of the German Lutheran Church, Steelton, will meet tonight at 7.30 o'clock at the home of the late Sebastian Zark, 538 Mohn street. ..; . , . Mrs.. Herman Beard was elect ed president of the newly organ ized Ladies Chorus of the Steelton Parent - Teacher Association las night at the high school building, Other officers are: Mrs. Fred Connor, vice - president; Mrs. Smith, secretary - treasurer; Mrs. Jacob Heberlig, assistant secre tary - treasurer; Mrs. Harry Haas, publicity chairman; Miss Loveina Bennett, director; and , Mrs Charles Omhit, pianist. The chorus will meet the second and fourth Mondays of each month. ' Others attending the organiza tion meeting last night were Mrs, Kieth Smith, Mrs. Mary C. Lord, Mrs. David Maxwell, Mrs. Harry Devore, Mrs. Jacob Emery, Mrs Lee Miller and Mrs. Herbert Fries, 125 Attend Rally of Union Groups The spring ivv of the Dauphin County Christian Endeavor Union was held last night at the First Presbyterian Church, Steelton with approximately 125 in attend ance. Instead of the usual rally, ea'ch one attending was given the choice of attending a class cover ing some phase of Christian En deavor. The meeting closed with a dem onstration of a well planned wor ship period given by the Derry Street United Brethren Society, Speakers were the Rev. Robert J. Black, Miss Martha Daeschner. Miss J. Nedra Schilling, Arthur R Bodmer, Robert M. Carroll New Stamp Issued John J. Verbos, Steelton Post master today announced that a new three - cent stamp, the "150th Anniversary of Statehood of Ver mont was placed on sale this week at the post office. This has been the first new stamp placed on sale since before Christmas, Class Meets The Men's Bible Class of the (First Methodist Church, Steelton, will meet tonight at 7.30 o'clock at the church to finish redecorating the primary department Sunday bcnool room. James Roosevelt Wins Final Divorce Decree Los Angeles, March 11. A final decree of divorce has been entered in behalf of James Roosevelt, son of the President, from Betsey Cushing Roosevelt. Roosevelt, a motion picture pro ducer, now is serving a year's duty at San Diego as Captain of Marines. . (MIC QHatfi GKGiKi tTGBfr Authorized Bottler, Cloverdale Sprint Co. Phone 4 - 3820 For WINTER COMFORT and ECONOMY HOME INSULATION 8TORM WINDOWS RADIATOR CABINETS J. C. Budding Company PHONE 7261 OBITUARIES MRS. CHARLES F. MOTTER Mrs. Carrie M. Motter, 60, wife of Charles F., died at her home 2108 Brookwood street Monday. Surviving are her husband; a son, Marlin, Harris burg; two grandchildren; four sisters, Mrs, Daniel C. Sanders, 'Philadelphia; Mrs. Leroy Shover, Akron, Ohio; Clara A., and Bertha G. Adams, both of Harrisburg; and one brother, Charles L. Adams, New port. She was a member of Ep - worth ' Methodist Church and a teacher in the Ruth Kible Class of the church for 35 years. Services will be at the home, Thursday at 10 a. m., with further services at Epworth Church at 10,30. The Rev. Max T. Hall, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in Prospect Hill Cemetery. Friends may call at the home after 7 p. m. Wednesday. . MRS. CORA L. FRYE Mrs. Cora L. Frye, widow of Jefferson Frye, died Sunday at her home, 139 Adams street, Steel ton. She is survived by seven sons, Allen E., John J., Jefferson and Russell, all of Steelton; Horace, Washington; Charles, Pittsburgh; ana the Kev. William R., Lynch burg, Va.; two daughters, Mrs Helen Robinson and Bernice both of Steelton; a sister, Mrs Susie Willis, Pittsburgh; a brother. Frank Jackson, Jamaica, N. Y. 17 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Services will be Wednesday at p. m., at Mt. Zion Baptist cnurch, the Rev. Warner Brown officiating. Burial will be in Mid land Cemetery. Friends may call at the Or. t. Hooper funeral home. Second and Adams streets, Steel ton, after 6 tonight. JOHN SMOLIZER John Smolizer, 83, died Monday at tne home ot his son. Arthur. 3641 Brisban street, Paxtang. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Lizzie; two sons in addition to Arthur, Harry, Enola; seven grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Services will be at the Lee G Wilt funeral home, 112 North Harrisburg street, Steelton, Wed nesday at 2.30 p. nr., the Rev. Edgar G. Hertzler, Twenty - ninth Street United Brethren Church, officiating. - Burial will be in Pax tang Cemetery. Friends may visit the funeral home tonight from 7 to 9. MRS. ANNA BENKO Mrs. Anna Benko, 80, died Mon day at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Kovalek, 507 South Second street, Steelton. In addition to the daughter, she is survived by one son, George, Northampton: 13 grandchildren and four great - grandchildren. Requiem High Mass will be celebrated Thursday at 9 a. m., at St. John's Catholic Church, the Rev. Paul Gieringer as celebrant. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cem etery. Friends may call at the daughter's home Wednesday aft ernoon and night. MRS. SAMUEL RADLE Mrs. Mary Radle, 67, wife of Samuel Radle, died Monday at her hope, 212 East Front street. Marietta. Surviving are her husband three daughters, Mrs. Roy Burke pile, Millerstown; Mrs. C. W, Rader, - and Mrs. George Wagner, both of South Eola; two sons, Ar. thur, Northumberland; 12 grand children; six great - grandchildren a brother, Abraham Seiler, Port ireverton, and a sister, Mrs Mary Stack, Linglestown. Services will be Wednesday at 2 p. m., at the Musselman fu neral home, 324 Hummel avenue Lemoyne, the Rev. J. O. Biggs, retired pastor of Enola Evangeli' cal Church, officiating. Burial will ' foe in Enola Cemetery, Friends . may call at the funeral home tonight after 7. MRS. ELIZA J. DAVIS LEEDY Mrs. Eliza J. Davis Leedy, 71 died Sunday evening at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harriet Rey nolds, 622 Muench street. She is survived by her husband, William C, another daughter, Mrs. Clara Yokum, Steelton; four sons, Chester A. Sease, James P. Sease; Ralph Sease, all of, Harrisburg, and irancis J. Sease, California one brother, Jones A. Hort, New - manstown; seventeen grandchil dren; and twelve great - grandchil dren. Funeral services will be Friday at 1 p. m. at the Reynold's residence; the Rev. Allen C. Shue, pastor, Fifth Street Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in East Harrisburg Cemetery. Friends may call at the home Thursday from 7 to 9 p. m. , JAMES D. HARVIE A hostler in. Engine House 2, Pennsylvania Railroad, for thirty years, James D. Harvie, 58, died today in a local hospital. He was member of the Brotherhood of Firemen and Engineers, 174. and John Harris Lodge. Knishts of Pythias, he is survived by his widow, Sarah; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Harvie, Sr., Wheeling, . West Virginia: and - one brother, Roy, West Virginia. Services will be Friday at 2 p. m. at the Faokler funeral home, 1314 Derry street; burial in the Harrisburg Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Thursday from 7 to 9 p. m. MRS. FY ANNA JEFFERIS Mrs. Fyanna Jefferis, 92. widow of James M., died at . her home 409 Woodbine street, Monday. She is survived by ona daughter, Myra, at home; a son, William M., Harrisburg; two grandchildren and two great - grandchildren. Services will be at the Charles C. Baker, funeral home, Third and Maiclay streets, Thursday at 10.30 a. m., the Rev. L. L. Owens, Ridge Avenue Methodist Church, of which she was a member, officiating Burial will be in the Harrisburg Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Wednes day after 7 p. m. WILLIAM BROSS Shippensburg, March 11. William Bross, 84, of 241 East King street, died yesterday 'at his home after an illness of ten weeks. He was a member of the Memorial Lutheran Church, where he served as an elder. He was also a member of the Masonic Lodge and the P. O. S. of A. Surviving are a daughter, Miss Jennie Bross, at homeland a sister, Mrs. Newton Stevick, of Harrisburg. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, conducted by the Rev. Dr. W. W. Barkley. Burial will be made in Spring Hill Cemetery. ELMER F. GOTTSHALL Elmer F. Gottshall, 75, died at his home, 2336 North Sixth street today. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary E.; one brother. Koy, Philadelphia and one nephew, Roy, Boiling Springs. Services will be at the home Friday at 2 p. m., the Rev. Dr. S, Winfield Herman, Zion Lutheran Church, of which he was a mem foer officiating. 'Burial will be in the Churchtown Cemetery. Friends may call at the home Thursday after 7 p. m. MRS. MARY F. LAVERTY Mrs. Mary Frances Laverty, 84, widow of Charles K. Laverty, died Monday at her home, 236 South Fourteenth street. She is sur vived by a sister, Mrs. A. M. Lindsay, Harrisburg, and a nephew, R. H. Lindsay, Montclair, N. J. Services will be Thursday at 2 p. m. at her home. The Rev. C. C. Smith, First Church of God, of which she was a member, will officiate, assisted by the Rev. C. H. Grove. Burial will be in East Harrisburg Cemetery. Friends may call at the home Wednesday between 7 and 9 p. m. LARRY E. LEVARTO Services for Larry E. Levarto, 9 - month - old son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Levarto, 1843 Cameron street, who died Sunday in a local hospital, were held today at the Holy Cross Cemetery, the Rev. William M. Horrigan, rec tor of St. Mary's Catholic Church, officiating. LYNN D. HALE Lynn D. Hale, 26, Harrisburg, R, D. 2. mechanic for .the Motor Truck Equipment Company, 50 North Cameron street, died Mon day in a local hospital. He was a member of Middle - town Lodge of Moose. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Esther; two, sons, Donald and Roy; a daughter, Doris, at home; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Bruce; a brother, R. Glen; a sister, Mrs. Horace Len - hart, all of Harrisburg, and his grandfather, Harvey Hale, of Shippensburg. Services will be Thursday at 2 p. jn., at the Henry S. Fisher funeral home, 1334 North Second street, the Rev. Dr. Lewis C. Manges, Memorial Lutheran Church, officiating, Friends may call at the funeral home Wednesday from 7 to 9 p. m. In addition to this delightful showing of Easter Finery, there will be six acts of Broadway vaudeville, which is guaranteed to be unusually fast moving and entertaining to all ages; also a children's matinee on Saturday, at I p. m. Workers Would Ban Women Bartenders Organized bartenders and restaurant employes of Pennsylvania asked the legislature today to make State - wide a law prohibiting women from tending bar in Phila delphia, Pittsburgh and Scranton, the State s three largest cities. Marriage Applications Gordon Arnold Markel, 22, Mil - lersburg, and Miss Doris Mary Rita Sanders, 21, Alton, N. H. Anthony Peter Baiaic, 28, Steel ton, and Miss Dora Irene Arnold, 31, 542 Race street. S. ED SNAVELY S. Ed Snavely, 83, 113 Chestnut street, a member of the common council from 1909 to 1911, and a former tax collector in the Fourth ward, died Monday in a local hos pital. He is survived by a sister, Mrs. Mary Lehman, Harrisburg; two nephews, Harvey E. Knupp: Dauphin, and George S. Knupp Middletown. He was a liveryman in Harrisburg for twenty - five years. Services will be Thursday at 3.30 p. m. at the Dugan funeral home, 1600 Market street, the Rev, Dr. Lewis C. Manges, Memorial Lutheran Church, officiating. Burial will be in the Oberlin Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Wednesday from 7 to 9 p. m. JOHN M. KINNARD John M. Kinnard, 72, retired carpenter, died Monday at the home of his daughter,' Mrs. Edward Stough, 1526 Regina street. In addition to the daughter, he is survived by one brother, George, Mechanicsburg, one grandchild and one great - grand child. Services will be Thursday at 2 m., at the daughter's home, the Rev.' , Harry W. - Zechman, Derry Street United Brethren Church, officiating. Burial will be in Mechanicsburg Cemetery. Friends may call at the daughter's home Wednesday night FRANK STATEMENT to all who can use extra cash If you want to borrow some money any amount from $20 to . $300 get it without going through a lot of red tape or embarrassment . . . without co - signers and without putting up everything you own as security. We've just opened up a new ' streamlined loan service here and we believe that folks in this town are honest. That's why all we need to know is that you are willing and able to repay a loan in sensible monthly instalments. Your promise to pay is good enough for us. Quick service, fair rates, pin - money payments. If you need cash, see us at once. 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