The Mercury from Pottstown, Pennsylvania on October 5, 1970 · Page 2
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1 —Th® Pottstown Mercury - Monday, October 5, 1970 + Obituaries + Ex-Dana Inspector Arthur Shaffer Dies Arthur R. Shaffer, 61. husband of Sarah A. (Levengood) Shaffer, 548 King St., died Saturday morning in Medical Center East, where he was a the past eight weeks. He was ill one vear. Birdsbo/o RD 2; a daughter,! Mrs. Mary Lou Gerliep, Miami Springs, Fla.; a step-daughter, Shirley Ann Spielman, 33 Beech patient St. And. a sister., Mrs. Ruth E. Scheetz, 452 High St.; twin Born in Shickshinny, Luzernej brothers, Myron, 405 Walnut St., County, he was a son of the and Bvron, 258 North St.: and late Ray and Lennie (.Ritter) 10 grandchildren. Shaffer. Funeral services will be 130 He was employed for 41 years p.m. Tuesday from the Skean at Dana Corp. as an inspector,¡Funeral Home, 404 High St. retiring a year ago. Officiating will be the Rev. He was a member of the rov \ Smith, pastor of Trinity Eagles Home Association, Potts- j^van g e 1 i c a 1 Congregational town Quoit Club and the Phila- church delphia Steam Fire Co. T , , , . u. ,, , Surviving »ilh his wife are1 In!trmOTt wlU be ■" H‘ghlanli two sons, Arthur R., Jr., 639 Chestnut St., and Charles D., Death Notices Memorial Park. A viewing will be 7 p. m. tonight at the home. to P: 30 funeral Emma L. Knerr Area Widow Dies at 87 Emma L. (Faust) Knerr, 87, She was ill several months. Faust. AUMAN— On Saturday Oct. 3, 1970,1 Harry L., husband of Lottie Jablonski)j Auman, age 64 years. Relatives and: friends are invited to the services from j the Schumacher & Reber Funeralj Home, 359 King Street, on Wednesday, Oct. 7 at 11:00 a.m. Interment in St. I Paul's Church, Amityville. Friends may I call at the funeral home Tuesday eve-i ning 7 to 9. _____________(Schumacher & Reber) BARRETT—On Saturday, Oct. 3, 1970, Adele (McDermott) Barrett, wife of , ., Tr *T the late Marcus S. Barrett of 309 New widow of V ranK S. Knerr, Meng St., Royersford, age 93 years. Relatives <srhwpnli«vi11f> RH 9 Hiprl and friends are invited to the services Koaa> oCnwenKSMlie KD aiea from white Memorial Home, Parker early Saturday morning at the Ford on Tuesday, October 6, 1970 at un,,,0 nr cnn prrmi- v ijill 7 p.m. Interment in Pleasant Valley ”0‘Tie O* ner Son, 1 ranK r ., rilll- Ne,'iv Tor*u C,!,1’ferv/. Fri?nds may crest Apartments, Schwenks- call at the White Memorial Home, I Tuesday evening from 8 to 9 p.m. Vllle. ______________________________ (White) HILBORN—On Thursday, October 1,i ,, „ , . T 1970 , at Geissinger Medical Center, Mrs. Knerr was born in Lower Danville, Ralph w. Hiiborn sr., hus- Frederick Townshio a daushter band of Julia (Pete) Hiiborn, 430 Green r luwiianip, a udugmei st„ Royersford, age 47 years. Reia- of the late Daniel and Elizabeth fives and friends and members of/Tp.-j., organizations are invited to the serv-n ices at Grace Lutheran Church, Roy- She lived at her Schwenksville ersford, Monday, October 5 at 2 p.m.! , , f n . • ___. Interment in Fernwood Cemetery, address 63 years following her Royersford. Friends may call at the marriapp J. Robert Stone Funeral Home, 567 ,s . . , Church St., Royersford on Sunday eve- She is a member Ot Jerusalem ning from 7 to 9 and on Monday at r ..fl-ip.-on fhnrrh Irhwpnk'«;- the church from i p.m. until the time witneran t^nurcn, oenwenks- of services. Masonic Services will be ville. conducted by Royersford Lodge, 585, F. and A.M. on Sunday evening at 8:30 p.m. Additional off-street parking will be available at the parking lot at the rear of the funeral home. In lieu of flowers It is requested by the family that contributions be made to American Cancer Society and Grace Lutheran Church, Royersford Building Fund. (Stone) KNERR—Of Meng Rd., Schwenksville R.D. 2 on Oct. 3, 1970, Emma L. Faust, wife of the late Frank S. Knerr, age 87 years. Relaitves and friends are invited to the services from the Norman D. Holcombe Funerdl Home, 21 Main St., Trappe, Pa., on Wed., Oct., 7th at 2:00 p.m. Interment in Schwenksville Cemetery. Friends may call Tuesday eve., 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home. (Holcombe) SCHELL—On Thursday, October 1, 1970, George J. Schell, husband of Betty V. (Folk) Schell, 420 Main St., Red Hill, Pa., age 42 years. Relatives A friends are invited to attend the ■ervices from the Mann Funeral Home, f Washington St., East Greenville, . on Monday, October 5 at 11 a.m. Interment in Christ Union Church Cemetery, Niantic, Pa. Friends may call at the funeral home on Sunday evening after 7 p.m. _________ (Mann) SHAFFER—On Saturday, October 3, 1970, Arthur R, Shaffer, husband of Sarah A. (Levengood) Shaffer, 548 King Street, age 61 years. Relatives and friends are invited to the services from the Skean Funeral Home, 404 High Street on Tuesday, October 6, 1970 at 1:30 p.m. Interment in Highland Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home on Monday evening 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. (Skean) SHAN ER—On Thursday, October 1, 1970, Jerry Shaner, son of Leroy and Mildred (Swanger) Shaner, age 20 years. Relatives and friends are invited to the services from the Schumacher & Reber Funeral Home, 359 King St., on Monday, October 5 at 2 p.m. Interment in Highland Memorial Park. Friends will be received at the funeral home Monday from 1 to 2 p.m. (Schumacher & Reber) SZYCHOWSKI,—On October 3,~ 1970, Louise (Sheffy) wife of Alexander A. Szychowski, of Penny Road, Sumneytown. Pa., age 44 years. Relatives and friends are invited to the services from Mann Funeral Home, 222 Washington Street, East Greenville, Pa. on Wednesday, October 7, 1970 at 11 a.m. Interment in Mt. Zion Cemetery, Pottstown, Pa. Cemetery. Friends may call Tuesday evening at the funeral home, after 7 p.m. (Mann) WENTZEL—On Friday,' October 2, 1970, Blanche E. (Baker), wife of Carl D. Wentzel, 126’/2 Wunder Street, Reading, Pa., age 69 years. Relatives and friends are invited to the services from the J. E. Lutz Jr. Funeral Home, 2100 Perkiomen Ave., Reading on Tuesday at 10 a.m. Interment Pleasantview Cemetery, Sinking Springs. Friends may call at the funeral home Monday evening 7 to 9. _____________(Lutz) Surviving with her son are two sons, Irvin F., Mine Hill Road, Schwenksville, and Morris F., Meng Road, Schwenksville, and two grandchildren. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Wednesday from the Norman D. Holcombe Funeral Home, 21 Main St., Trappe. The Rev. Kenneth Ensminger, will officiate. Interment will be in the Schwenksville Cemetery, A viewing will be 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Local and Area Births TO MR. AND MRS. RAY- former Barbara A. Eddinger. MOND GROTH, Douglassville * * * RD 1 a son in the medical cen-1 TO MR. AND MRS. JAY H. ter Sunday. Mrs. Groth is the GONDER, 517 High St., a daugh- former Patricia A. Stoudt. ter in the medical center Satur* * * day. Mrs. Gonder is the former TO MR. AND MRS. DAVID Sandra L. Eschbach. L. SMITH. Boyertown RD 2, a son in the medical center Saturday. Mrs. Smith is the former Marylin J. Martell. TO MR. AND MRS. ROBERT D. NAGY, 3 W. Race St., Stowe, a son in the medical center Saturday. Mrs. Nagy is the for- TO MR. AND MRS. LARRY mer ‘ Martha M. Suchoza. D. MOYER, Boyertown RD 3, - ■ ■■ - ■— a daughter in the medical center Sunday. Mrs. Moyer is the SELF-CLEANING OVEN Self-cleaning ovens are a real work saver but remember that the area around the outside of j the door heat seal is not cleaned 'automatically. A sponge soaked in hot soap or detergent suds is needed to keep this part of the range as spotless as the shiny oven. The Other Day Raymond S. Elliott -JjBfml Y<-/7/1 Gutters and Downspouts Square . . . $2.10 5” 5” Round $1.85 10-FT. LENGTH DEDICATION —John Cardinal Krol, archbishop of Philadelphia, celebrates mass Sunday at the new St. Thomas More Catholic Church, Bucktown. Assisting him were the Rev. Hugh Nolan and the Rev. A. James Chapman, deacons. More than 500 parishioners and guests attended the dedication ceremonies. GENERAL SUPPLY CO. 265 W. High St.-323-1928 Adv. We heard this little story, which illustrates how your opinion is sure to be affected by your experience and circumstances. (It is from the Journal of Education): A young student of child behavior frequently delivered a lecture called “Ten Commandments for Parents." He’ married and became a father. The title of the lecture was altered to “Ten Hints for Parents.” Another child arrived. The lecture became "Some Suggestions for Parents.” A third child was born. The lecturer ... so the story goes . . . stopped lecturing. Well, experience is the best teacher, and your experience with us will prove we give top earnings on your savings! First Federal Savings & Loan Association High & Hanover St., Pottstown Adv. New St. Thomas More Church Dedicated KILL YOUR ENEMIES! IS HATRED EVER JUSTIFIED? His friends were surprised More than two years of work in the church social hall by the Rev. John V. McKlindon, Rev. Francis E. Suchanek, the to hear a good Christian say one day, “I always kill my enem- and planning were successfully! volunteers of St. Aloysius parish the Rev. Edward Flannery, the Rev. Michael F. Bednar and the ies.” “How do you do that?” one of them asked. “I kill them with concluded Sunday when John and Sacred Heart Church,-Rey_ Ja v. MacDonald’ the Rev.Robert Reidy. kindness,” he replied. archbishop of Royersford. !________________________L_ ___________ _______ - Cards of Thanks BACH The family of William H. Bach Sr. desires to thank the kind neighbors and friends for the assistance and sympathy, the floral tributes, sympathy cards and use of cars offered during their recent bereavement. Sumneytown Woman Dies At Age 44 Louise E. (Sheffy) Szychowski, 44, wife of Alexander A. Szychowski, Penny Road, Sumneytown, was dead on arrival Saturday night at Reading Hospital. She was taken to the hospital in a Reading Hospital ambulance, apparently the victim of a heart attack. Born in Troy, N.Y., she was the daughter of Mrs. Mary Sabatino, Bethlehem, and the late George Sheffy. Mrs. Szychowski was a member of St. John’s Lutheran Church, Sumneytown. Surviving with her husbanc and mother are two brothers George, Birdsboro RD 1, and Melvin, South Hanover Street and her stepmother, Mrs. Verna Sheffy, Douglassville. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Wednesday from the Mann Funeral Home, 222 Washington St., East Greenville. The Rev. Richard G. Miller will officiate. Interment will be in Mt. Zion Cemetery. A viewing will be 7 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. KINGSEPP The family of the late Rudolph King sepp desires to thank the kind neigh bors and friends for the assistance and sympathy, sympathy cards and use of cars offered during their recent bereavement. YOUNG The family of the late Sidney Young desires to thank the kind neighbors and friends for the assistance and sym pathy', the floral tributes, sympathy cards and use of cars offered during their recent bereavement. Cardinal Krol, Philadelphia, dedicated the new Ground for the new building St. Thomas More Catholic was broken in March. 1969 on Church, Bucktown. and a 22-acre tract at Route 100 and celebrated mass before 500 Cadmus Road. South Coventry, parishioners and guests. During construction the The $200,000 structure will congregation of the fledgling serve St. Thomas More parish, parish worshiped in the old which was created in 1968 in South Coventry Elementary North and South Coventryj School. townships. The multi-purpose building =£ A double column of inc^u^es a 600-seat chapel and p parishioners and an honor a.i!a^f s^ial activities room-g guard of Knights of Columbus, W1H? kitchen facilities. ‘ P led by 25 visiting priests The new parish was formed ^ followel by the Rev. Joseph fune 5, 1968, by Carlinal Krol ^ Bonawitz, rector, formed the if0 inc uc^e ^ Catholic families \ procession into the chapel for:”? rapidly expanding ^ the dedication ceremonies. ^eil^.ry townships. Deacons for the mass were ^siting priests at Sundav s r~ the Rev. Hugh Nolan and the cererno,]|cs were the Rt. Rev. Rev. A. James Chapman;i„ J? ’ Rev' L chaplains were the Rev. John!^s§r- ^ ^ Dunn, the Rev. P. Murphy and the Rev. Charles Thomas P Pryor, the Rev. F Martin; masters of Edward Titzell, the Rev. Joseph ceremonies were the Rev. D. p' ^°ugherty- the Rev. William James McGettigan and the Rev. Finigan, the Rev. James E. Francis X. McKee Mortimer, the Rev. Francis N. Commentator was Hugh McDevitt, the Rev. Thomas Kelly. Cronin. the Rev. Arthcr After the mass the rite of Taraborelli. confirmation was administered the Rev. John J. Kane, to 75 children and adults by e ^eV- Charles A. Monaghan, Cardinal Krol and the ceremony éêêêêêêêêêêè More Obituaries On Page 15. Just Arrived! SKIRT SWEATER SETS Solid Color Sweater With Plaid Skirt. Green, Beige, Berry and Lilac. $1000 12 Use Y our CharsLe Card SEE THE Westinghouse WASHERS & DRYERS ANATOGA CORPORATION OPEN MON.. WED. A FRI. EVES. was concluded by ‘’America the! Beautiful’’ sung by the congregation. A buffet luncheon was served to 500 parishioners and guests IRREGULAR? nur ta i Ari/ nr r DUE TO LACK OF FOOD BULK IN YOUR DIET TRY BACH KITES Funeral esrvices for William H. Bach, Sr., 84, widower of Myrtle V. (Page) Bach, 127 5th Ave., Royersford, were Saturday from the J. Robert Stone Funeral Home, 556 Church St., Royersford. Officiating was the Rev. John B. Bergstresser, pastor of Grace Lutheran Church, Royersford. Interment was in Fernwood Cemetery. Bearers were Richard, Bruce, George and Charles Bach, Richard Wezel and Kenneth Ettinger. BRAN BUDS 4 SINUS SUFFERERS Here's good news for you ! Exclusive new "hard core" SYNA-CLEAR Decongestant tablets act * instantly and continuously to drain and clear all nasal-sinus cavities. One "hard core" tablet gives you up to 8 hours relief from pain and pressure of congestion. Allows you to breathe easily —stops watery eves a-id runny nose You can huy SYNA-CLEAR AT SUNSET without need for a prescription. Satisfaction guaranteed by maker. Try it today! Introductory Offer Worth $150 i Cut out this ad—take to store listed. Purchase one pack of SYNA-CLEAR 12's and receive one more SYNA-CLEAR 12-Pack Free. SUNSET PHARMACY 12*14 MOSER RD. POTTSTOWN “Oh, sure,” you may say, fight the disease and cure the “but what if this philosophy of patient. So it is with God, and forgiveness so it should be with all who call were appli-l themselves children of God. We ed literally?| have a duty to condemn and No one restrict sin, but we should never could be ¡hate the sinner. It is not an easy punished j thing to love our enemies and at f o r break- the same time grapple realisti- ing the law, cally with the problems caused and all the by their sins. Only those who prisoners ¡have the grace of God can do it. would have Hatred makes us lower than to be freed.” Is that what you the animals. A man lured a big think Christ taught, anarchy in- dog into his boat and took him stead of law and order? God’s out on the river to drown him. forgiveness doesn’t mean that In trying to throw him in, the the sinner is at liberty to sin; it man himself toppled overboard, ¡means his conversion should be The dog then took him by the sought through love. The Bible collar and pulled him out. If : teaches that punishment for sin that had been a man, he might is inevitable. If Jesus Christ had not have returned good for evil, not taken our sins upon Himself How far man fell when he lost and atoned for them on the the image of God! cross, He would not be able to God loves us, even though we forgive us. Forgiveness that are His enemies. Christ died for does not reckon with the seriousness and consequences of sin is irresponsible sentimentality. We must always make a distinction between the sin and the sinner. While God abhors sin, He loves all men and seeks to deliver them from their selfish passions. A doctor may hate disease, but not the patient who suffers from it, even through his own fault. Instead he tries to His enemies. Maybe you still consider yourself an enemy of God. Yet God continues to love you. He wants to save you—if you will let Him—through His Son Jesus Christ, who bore the punishment of your sin. And though it may seem utterly foreign to your nature now, when you have experienced divine love and forgiveness you will be able to show it to your enemies. Would you like to know how to turn enemies into friends? Send for the free booklet, "How To Be A Peacemaker." It can be secured only by writing to Pastor Elmar B. Stoltxfus, RD #1, Elverson, Pa. 19520 Phone 286-9086 Monuments—Cemetery Lots 6 VISIT THE HIGHLAND MEMORIAL MAUSOLEUM Over 400 persons have already reserved space. For colored brochure or appointment for personally conducted tour, call Leon Huber, Dial 326-0835. HIGHLAND MEMORIAL PARK Farmington Ave., Pottstown Local Notices Jr. Service League, Rummage Sale, 9-1, YWCA, Tues., Oct. 6 Potts. Women Club, Rummage Sale, Today 8:30-noon. 113 High. _______________________ Rummage, St. James Luth. Ch. High & Price, Tues. Oct. 6, 0?. RUMMAGE-Oct. 6, 9 a.m.- First Methodist Ch., Apple St. ent. SM STORE W. BRIDGE SI. open eves . 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