Pottsville Republican from Pottsville, Pennsylvania on October 19, 1942 · 12
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Hospital Notes . rr. WRINGS HOSPITAL . Lenor Brnoski Girardvflle, was admitted to th hospital with Injuries of th hand, received when he became caug-ht in a machine Sear at the Heine Knittinf Mill. The followlnic patients -underwent operations: Jas. Morgan. Mt. Carmel Jas. ' Sileckl. Mahanoy City; Vincent Ktrk. Mt. Carmel; Bernlce Palevich. Wilburton: Mrs. Helen Reichweln, Lavalle; John Caton, ftackville. GOOD SAMARITAN HOSPITAL. John Seheibelhut. 2269 W. Market St.. City, surgical. . - Marion Knapp, Pottsville R. D., sur-trical. . Helen Allton, 431 Nichols SU City, surgical. . - . ' . Mrs. Katherine Callaf han, H)eck-scherville, medical. Bever&r Meek, Cressona. medical. -Elizabeth Sophy, 438 Falrvtew St., Civ, tonsileptomy. HaTry Gleockler,- Harrison St., medical. ;. - - rOTTSVILLE HOSPITAL. : Thos..- Lahutsky, of Mahanoy City, was admitted to the hospital due to injurie sustained at New Boston Colierv on Oct. IS. .-" - - .' Eugene Leininger, Orwigsburg, sur-rtcai. . iryj -"-,.. Anna " -McGinnw. ottsvtne, surgical. - --r - - ' Martin Stiles. Cumbola. medical. Births TO MR. AND MRS. CHARLES MCCARTHY, of 532 Peacock St.. a son, Saturday, at -the Warne Hospital. This is the first child. The mother is the former Anna Wargo. Her husband is stationed in California, with a troop of soldiers and he is training to be cook. TO MR. AND MRS. EDWARD QUIRK, a son, their fourth child at the Good Samaritan Hospital. Sunday. The mother is the former Betty Telford. TO MH. AND MRS. THOS. O'NEIL, 215 Sen. Ave., City, adaughter, their first child at the "Good Samaritan Hospital, Sunday. The mother is the former Mary Stiles. TO MR. AND MRS. CHAS. TAMBUR-ELXi, 325 Spring Garden St., City, a son their third child at the Good Samaritan Hospital, Saturday. The mother, who is the former Elizabeth Long, underwent a caesarian operation. ' TO MR- AND MRS. JOHN DARRUP. Mt. Carmel. a son, at the I"t. Serines Hospital. - TO MR. AND MRS. CHAS. LA ITER, Ashland." a daughter, at the Ft. Springs Hospital. TO MR. AND MRS. JOS, MORRONE. . Wm. Penn. a daughter; at the Ft. Springs Hospital. r ' , Died CREMIA At Pottsville Hospital, on Friday Oct. 16, 1942 Mrs. - Anna Jfoily Cremia of St. Clair, Pa.' Relatives and friends of the family are . respectfully invited to at- tend -lihe funeral on Tuesday morning from her late home 33 N. Morris St.. St. Clair; t octock. Solemn requiem . maps in Immaculate Conception Church at 9.30 o'clock. Interment in . the parish cemetery. DO RAN At Branchdale. Pennal on Sunday, Oct. 18, 1942; William J., son of the late John and Alice Doran.-' Due notice of funeral will be given. HARRIN At Pottsville. on . Friday. October 16. 1942. Catherine wife of the late John Harrin, aged 79 years. Relatives and friends of the family-are respectfully invited to attend ' the funeral Tuesday afternoon at S o'clock at the Claude A Lord Funeral Salon, i Friends may call Montfay evening from 7 to 9 o'clock at the ' Claude A. Lord -. Funeral Salon. Interment. in- the Lutheran Cemteery. Tremont. HOMMES At Pinegrove. on Monday. Oct. 19. 1942.: Mrs. Alice Hommes of Pinegrove. "aged 66 years. Relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral fromthe H. U, Snyder Funeral Home, Pinegrove, ' Wednesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. , Friends may . call Tuesday evening from 7 to 9 o'clock. Interment- in ;. th Pinegrove - Lutheran Cemetery. HOUSEKNECHT At St. Clair. Pcnna. n Saturday, Oct. 17. 1942; , Samuel - Houseknecht. aged 73 vears. - Funeral private Tuesdav- afternoon t the convenience of the family irom the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.-Christian ... Honicker.. Hf? N. Nicholas Street, St. Clair. Friends may call Monday-evening. Interment Odd Fellow Cemetery, St.- Clair. James , H. Evans, Funeral Director. .,- RRPPEKT At Auburn, on Sunday, Oct. 18. 1942. Mrs. Aneglina Rep-pert.. , nee Kershner- wife of the late . Henry Reppert. aged ' 87 years. - Relatives and friends of-the family are , respectfully invited to at tend the funeral from the home of -v. her - son-in-law and daughter, Mr. , and Mrs. Harvey -Longr Front , St . Auburn. Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends ,may call at - the home Wednesday evening between -7 and 9 6'clock Interment in St. John's Cemetery. Auburn. . VADUS AtMinersville. v Pa.. on -Friday. Oct. 16 1842. John Vadus v Relatives and friends of the fam- - ilv are rrsnrrfriillv Hnvllul irrm me lunerai oiesday morning rtTh - v o.jw , crocK. irom nis iaterest-dcnc.r 408 tvtle -St., Minersviire .. Solemn requiem, mass in St. Francis Church at o.'clock. Interment in parish cemetery. Wm. Tuson Funeral Director.- . -.: Obituaries Mrs. Kate Saul rilrs. Kate Saul, -78, of Auburn, died at her home, Saturday after a year s illness. . - - Mrs. Saul was born, and reared in Auburn.' a daughter.of the late Nicholas and Leah Heimi Saul and lived her-lifetime here. She was a .. member jof St. John's Lutheran -Church.'' b 7. " The funeral will be held from the D.Mv,BittIe "FijneraUHome, Sch. Haven, Wednesday afternoon. George Dietrich VC Geo. Dietrich.66v t 301 Orwigs-burg street,' Tamaquapdied. in the Coaldale Hospital, Saturday after-. noon at N4:15 o'clock of .complica-tions. ' :-'vr"'' . He had been-a -W. P. A. employe and more recently was on the old age pension-.- - Nv. - A native. of Tamaqua. he lived his-lifetime there and was a member of at. John s Reformed Church.' To survive there are a brother, Conrad of Tamaqua - and la sister, Mrs. Mary Reiger with - whom he lived. v -.-- j ;, : The funeral will "be held from -the E.v Franklin Griffiths Funeral Home, Tuesday. ' c v " CLAUDE A. LORD Funeral Director Humane .Understanding Service Phone 2269 - Pottsville, Pa. Neighborly Gossip . . Cleaning, Pressing. Dyeing. Post's. Ex-Judge Richard H. Koch, who notwithstanding his advanced age, visits his office, in the Masonic Building, every day, will attain to 91 years on April 2, 1943. He makes the trip, between his office and home, at 19th and Oak Road, entirely on foot. His failing sight slows his step, somewhat, when abroad on the street but, otherwise, he seems to be well preserved. Many friends and acquaintances greet him daily. . Weddlnj Rings. Murpny-s, 418 N. Ceo. Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Workman and son, Harold R., of Washington, D. C, who have been living at Washington, D. C, for some time, arrived at the home of Mrs. Workman's mother, Saturday night. Emerson,' a tenor singer, who participated with the First Methodist Church Senior Choir, during; Sun day rnortiing s service, ; returned, last night, to the national capital. The Workman' family were unable to continue -in their former apartments and, owing to the thronged condition of that overt-occupied metropolis, were unable to procure other accommodations. While efforts are being made to relocate, Mrs. Workman and son will reside here. It is practically impossible to procure any kind of apartments or rooming accommodations with i n walking distance of the capital buldings, where Mr. Workman is employed in government war work. Groups of men and also women, respectively, employees at Washington, in numerous cases, must do their sleeping, in relays, according to the hours of their shifts, so that the beds are used for rest the full 2 hours of every day. Samuel Houseknecht : Samuel Jlouseknecht, 73, of 148 N. Nicholas street, St. Clair, a retired carpenter, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Christian non-icker, Saturday morning at 4.30 o'clock. He had been bedfast for the past 8 months. He was born in St. Clair, a son of the late Geo. W. and Susan Schaeffer Houseknecht. and lived his lifetime there. He wai last employed as a carpenter at the Wolfe Creek colliery. He was a member of the Reformed Church and was a Spanish American War Veteran, His wife, the former Hannah Thomas, died a number of years h go and t to survive besi des his daughter, Bessie, wife of Christian Honicker, with whom he lived, there are two grandchildren. Miss Bernice Honicker. a teacher of spe cial education in the . Pottsville school's and Wilmer, stationed at Camp-Edwards, Otis- Field, ..Mass, who is home on furlough, and one great grandchild. Private funeral services will be held from the home of Mr. and Mrs. Honicker, Tuesday afternoon. Jas. H. Evans is the funeral director, - . . ' Samuel B. Heim Samuel B. Heim, 89, retired stone mason and farmep-of Mover's Sta tion, Wayne Township, died at his J home Saturday after aniillness of two weeks. ; Had the octogenarian lived until the 21st of this month, he and his wife would -have celebrated their 71st wedding anniversary Mr. Heim was a son of the late Samuel . and Rebecca Reed Heim an.d3iylB4-"srKietirn2sin' tnt vicinity. . ' During recent years he had been retired - from his trade as stone mason but followed his bobby of j raising chickens and tending, a small truck garden. He wasalnem-ber of-Manbeck's Chyreh. r-s'-v;-Three daughters preceded him in death and to survive besides a foster daughter. Mrs. Wm. Leonard of Pottsville, there jare these grand- j gan - of Pine Grove;- Mrs. Mary J Schaeffer, Pine. Grove" R. D.; Raymond and Chas. M6rgan of Rehers-burg;' Mrs. Lillie HeTnl,efferson; Mrs. Ada I leim, Orwi gsburg a fid Raymond- Ney, West Leesport. ere are 31 great grandchildren and 11 great great grandchildren. - There are also a brother, Jared and a sister, Mrs. Sara Barmouch of Iowa. - - The funeral "will be held from his home Tuesday afternoon. Anthony. Matalavage Anthony Matalavage, Sr., of 20 N. Emerich street Shenandoah, died at his home at 6 o'clock Sunday morning. - ' He was a native of Lithuania and was a retired ' miner. He was a member of St. George's Lithuanian Church. - , ; " To survive besides. hisWife, Margaret, there are these children: Anthony, Jr., Shenandoah; " Flor-encei ,a registered nurse at St, Mary's Hospital, , Phila.. and Miss Beatrice at home. There are two sisters, Mrs. Mary Kalades. Shenandoah; Elizabeth of Chicago; a brother, rGeo-in Lithuania and 2 grandchildren. ' - - - The funeral, will be held Thurs-day morning.. Wm. Menkiewicz of Shenandoah, is the funeral director. JohnLafey John Lafcy. husband of the late Lena Hafey of Elian Gjowen died at his home Sunday-"afternoon at 3 o'clock of complications. . , v He is survived by these children; Julia, John and Jas. at home; Wnv Port Carbon; Mrs. :R. Petrus,Shen-andoah and John of Phila. There are also 3 grandchildren. W. J. Schwab of Shenandoah is completing funeral arrangements. Club Winners - v Mrs. Sarah Morraco of 911 South Centre St., Pottsville and- Mrs. Anna Thornburs of 106 Third St Schoentown were the , winners of the club drawing held last Saturday, night Join the: new Furniture Club which will start soon. 7 Nathan's Furniture Store MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 19, 1942 VOL, CXV NO. 147 29b Rally HOLD BOYS' DAY AT PT. CARBON CHURCH SUNDAY Indiantown Gap Officer Is Speaker; Men's ' Fellowship Meeting . The Boys Day services ' at the Evangelical Church, Port Carbon, were well attended. Lt. Carl Op-sahl, stationed at Indiantown Gap, was the guest speaker. The soldiers "who accompanied Lt. Opsahl were entertained at dinner at the homes of parents who have sons in the armed service. Those who entertained were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Burton Glasmire, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Thomas, Judge and Mrs. Harold Paul, Mrs. Hattie Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rummel, Mr, and Mrs. Walter Warmkessel, and Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Thomas. Men's Fellowship Meeting The monthly meeting of the Men's Fellowship will be held in the Presbyterian Church on Monday night, Oct. 21st.. Members and friends are welcome. 'w Methodist Activities The Berean Class of the Metho dist Church has appointed a committee of which Mrs. Esther Jones,. is chairlady to solicit cash gifts for a fund which .wall be used to remember the boys in service with-a gift for Christmas. The donations should be made as soon as possible so that the boxes willfget into the mail soon. ! 1 The Berean Class will hold a food sale at the social rooms on Wednesday, OcL 21st. Donations are to be broucht Tuesday evening. 7 Mrs. Walter Nagle arid Mrs. May Disset have Seen appointed to be custodians for the junior choir. To Attend Service ; The W. S. C. S. women of the Methodist Church will meet on Friday evening at the church and leave on the 7:10 bus for ithe Pottsville Methodist Churchr to attend a spe cial meeting -during which ' Mrs. Alma'Uolland, a x missionary irom India, will give an interesting ialk. T Attend Dance j Members of the Sch.- County Service Club will attend a dance on Tuesday evening; Oct. 20 at Indiantown Gap. Buses will leave their stations at the regular time, Bible Class Party The Ladies Bible Class'of the Stv Paul's Lutheran Church will hold a Hallowe'en party and covered dish social in the social rooms of the church on Friday evening, Oct. 30. General chairma nof the committees are, Mrs. Wm. Glasser, decorations; Miss Eleanore Ziegler, Mrs. Harry McNeely, entertainment; Kathryn Shipe, refreshments, Mrs.Robt Evans. ": - i Hostess At Cards - . ' Mrs. Wm. DeWitt entertained ber Card club at her home. "Those present were: Violet , Rummel, Isabel Rummel, Mary Liddle, Mrs. Eleanor CoonanMrs. Chas. . Goodman, Mrs. Wm. Frantz. Mrs. wm. nooven, ana Mrs.rWm. DeWitt. ' . - " Ladies' Aid Sale , The, Ladies' Aid Society of the Presbyterian Church will hold a soup sale'on Tuesday, Oct 20. Wardens At Control Center The air aaid wardens -who will serve at the control center Tuesday are as follows: Mrs. Jean Bell; Mrs. Ed. DeWitt, Mrs. John Conrad, Mrs. Bessie Ryan, Mrs. Marion Kantner, Mrs. Harvey Kirk, Mrs.sC. A. Caw- ley, Mrs. Richard Morgan- Misses Martha Willington. Claire warm kessel,' Betty Wolfe, Mane Mc- Cready, Ruth Wingert, and Kcr- mit Jlarron; x " Personals .. Mr., and Mrs - Alfred , Cunnius-of Jersey City; Mr. and MrS. Chas. Cunnius, Jr., of New Phila.. and daughters, Birdlyn and, Mary Frances Jjannoh, spent Saturday "at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cunnius of S. Coal St. ' Mr." and Mrs. Harry Schell visited with lier parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bicht of Coal St. Mrs. Bowman of Pittsburgh, is visiting at the home of her brother "STRICTLY TrwlMMrk Rrtri l" - . AOM'- . TD04.V i ws cn as ooo vm w uxm - f?SwU SAIE DDTWEV F-tGL2.TWS EAIEWD ALL-VE- 1 mi Court News of Co unty-Wide Interest ROUTINE OF ROW 0FFIC1 MarrUce Llceiwea . Zigmund Dombroskie. Anna Drumstas. 19. both 2t. of : and Shen- andoah. Bu-deli C. Beibelhelmer. 19. New Ringgold and Lilian H. Baliet, 20, Ta-maaua B. D. 3. John Ulsh. S3 and Mildred Roeder, 18. both of Summit Station. ! Anthony Cartiert, 24. Sch. Haven and Wanda Wojciechowski, 21, Cum-boi. - George E. Swoyer, 24. Camp Gordon. Gordu and Kathleen J. Delfen-derfer. 22. Auburn. Thomas Jay Birch, 31, St. Clair and Elizabeth Chickarda. 24. New Phila. Franklin Wilbur Brown. 26, Mahanoy City and Emry Adeline Harper, 23. Girardvile. Charter Granted A charter was granted by the Court this morning to the Victory s Gun Club of Palo Alto. The officers are Wiinam H. Leimnger, Tremont. president; Berman Yager, Pottsville, vice "president and John H. Reedy. Palo Alto. Secretary. THREE DIVORCES ARE APPROVED BY COURT Edward C- Pryce of Minersville. was granted a divorce from his wife, Lor-aine E. Pryce of Phila. The couple were mar.ied at Pottsville June 3, 1914 and the husbard alleges desertion which he states dates from October 10, 1931. r On the grounds of desertion a decree in livorce was granted to Jacob V. Hennick: of E. Baline St., East McAdoo. Kline Township, from his wife, Elizabeth Hennick, i j27 W. Sherman St.. The coaple were married at Kelayre. December 4. 1937 and the period "of desertion, according to the libel, dates irom August 5. 1938. Pearl Welcome of 415 N. Centre St.. Pottsville, was granted a divorce from her. husband, Harry Welcome ot 311 W. Oak St Shenandoah. This divorce was granted on the grounds of desertion. The couple were married at Shenandoah. March 19. 1919 and the period of desertion is alleged -to date from Oct. 3, 1931. TAX ANTICIPATION NOTES TO BE PAID OFF The County Board of, Commissioners today communicated with the holders of the tax anticipation notes against the county amounting to $650,000. Appeals by the commissioners to the tax collectors has brought in sufficient funds to redeem the bonds one month in advance. The notes are due November 20, but the commissioners would like to redeem them tomorrow, one- month in advance. If the holders of the notes will accept payment, the taxpayers will be saved one month's interest. Word on the offer is expected to be received late this afternoon. - , and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mertz and family of Pike St. Jack Jones who is employed at Marietta, spent the week-end in town. ' - - - - -. ,. Dorothy Combs returned home after spending a few days in Reading. . .. Mr. and Mrs. Haas of Easton.-vis-ited at -the-home of Rev. and Mrs. John M. Minich of First St. - Mrs. Lillian Jones of Phila., a former resident , of town, is criti cally ill at the Jefferson Hospital in Phila. Mr. .and Mrs. Howard-Paul of N. Centre St., rottsville. attended the services In the Evangelical Church Sunday morning. - N The Port Carbon Bugle Corps fur- riished music . for the service nag rp'-bration and narade at New Phila.. Sunday afternoon.. Among other town people who attended the service were Legion Co. W. Webster Zefbyf Past Com. Geo. Ben, singer and wife. . Ed. Millington, Paul Steinert, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Alexander, Mrs. D. C. Slattery, Jane Matthews, and Helen Coyle. . Dr. and Mrs. Louis Shultz visited their son Louis, Jr., who is attending St. Joseph's College at Phila.; Saturday. Mr. and Mrs-Jack Hughes and daughter Carol -of-Pottstownl were town visitors onSunday. " - PRIVATE" I'. S. Pttfat Oflk fttChVirDC aVI 1UB &4r-tEiy-. usyuyi OfiWiS QAcny u& a.sw m vbo sow Five Sch.; Haven 8S Cases Are Listed As Argument Court JsConvened Monday Eighty-five cases were listed for argument today when the October session ! of Argument Court got under way. The original list contained 105 cases. Of that number, 19 have;' been continued by agreement aad one case was stricken from the list. Eight i appeals in compensaCcm cases are listed for argument . before the: court en banc. Every case listed for new trials is scheduled to go on; they numbering nine. The equity list is exceptionally large, with 18 jof the 21 cases marked as available for argument Fifteen of the 5 cases contained on the current motion list are to be argued. The list in quarter session court contained 22 cases, all but two. be ing listed for argument. Nineteen of these; cases are appeals from decisions of the State Liquor Control Board on suspensions or revoation of retail liquor licenses. In tost of the cases listed for argurrije)t, oral argument will be dispensed with, attorneys for both sides agreeing to submit briefs. However, in the criminal or quarter sessions court, argument will be madr on each case listed. FIND STOLEN PHILA. CAR WRECKED IN COUNTY ' Frackvle Motor Police have " recovered ! a stolen automobile with Delaware license plates that wa wrecked ) on- a curve between Brockton and iMahanoy Cityt about 9 o'clock Saturdavi evening. " ' The ,car was stolen in Phila. and the driver was traveling over the-mountain road between Brockton and Mahanovj City, when he lost control of the car and it struck tree. The occupants are known to have fled, the scene and hopped a ride with another ; motorist. The car.- a" 1942 model.- was damaged to the extent of $200. The Phila. authorities have been notified of its recovery: by the Motor Police. $4,764 COST OF PRISON IN SEPTEMBER . The dally cost per. prisoner Ux mniatenance, etc was keptt35 cents per prisoner last monthac-cording; to the report of garden Walter I Scheipe, . which was - filed with the- County Board of Commissioners this afternoon. The total cost for the month was $4,764.22. Medical'care and supplies amounted to $263.53; groceries, meats and provisions for last month cost $1,135.60. For clothing and shoes, $192.07 was expended. ". DRIVER TO PLEAD GUILTY OF NOT STOPPING " : Michael" Gamble, Lansford, has entered a jlea of guilty to failure to reveal his -identity following a motor car accident. He was arrested by the; State Motor Parole October 13, 1942, in -Schuylkill Township, after it is alleged he collided with the motor car Of Marvin Bolish and failed to halt and reveal his iden- f tify. His plea is expected to be taken this afternoon. - CASE TO JURY The irtamace-suit brought by Helen Kocl .Monahan of Lost' Creek against Stephen A Kotch, Frackville. resulting irom iimuries sustained when struck Kw t urhAal ii.hlr.h --rv r1 f f ha tmnlr t ,f the defendant, will co to the lurv Wednesday. The case was continued Irom Frida-v of last week until Wednesday of this week. FINISH INSTALLING IDIST. I.O.O.F. OFFICERS f Wihithe installation of the officer of Schuylkill Lodge No. 21, I.O.O.F., rat Port Caroon, Friday night. JJeputy Grand Master C. Vincent Crollj of this city, finished his official visitation, far that purpose, of the full eight lodges comprising the eastern district, he was assisted by deputies, Jacob Miller. Edwin Mayi and Wm. Lyshorv who like Deputy Croll; th metnbers of Lily of the Valleyj Lodge of Pottsville, the last rjamed beingjts secretary. The officers inducted to their several f posts follows N. G., Leland Wesner; V. G. L-. B. "Kendig; Sam. Wesnerr third relief official: Recording Secretary,!! Chas.- F. Simpson; Financial Secy., Chas. Harron; Treasurer; Howard B. Link; Trustees. L-B. Kendig, Chas. Runkle and Clarence Morgans: R- S. to N. G, Ralph. Wesner:,!.. S. to N. G.. Chas. Voeste: Chaplain, W. F- Ziegler; I.G. H R. Konrad; O. G, Theodore Reigle; R. S. to V. G.. Chas. Harron, Jr.. L. .S. to V. G, Clarence Morgans., - - .. Arrested When Home" On - Visit Three weeks ago a warrant was issued by a Reading magistrate for the arrest of Wm. ""Singer Thomas ot S, Coal St., Pottsville, who is wanted in that c.ty on a charge of malicious mischief and disorderly conduct. The local police caught up with- Thomas on Sunday and he was locked up to await the arrival of Reading police who will return him to that city for a hearing. Thomas had been out of tie city for the past few weeks and returned on Sunday for a visit. TWO rkGION FCNCnONS . Two iLegion functions are now absorbing the- attention of the Woodburv Legion Post. The first will be tie installation Thursday night. Oct. 29th. 6 bcatiended by thff state officers, hen the- nw, officials of Schuylkill Voiture. No. 695 FortV and Eight, will be induct, ed at the Necho Alien, theplace I hvins vn witched from the J armor The other one will be the annual party, of the Lesionnaires. on Nov. 10tht the eve of Armistice I Pay; ... . " BOARD 7 CALLS 4i FOR EXAMS , The following men' Will- rreport .to Local Board No. i. City iU Pottsville. on Thursday. Octeber 29th,.-; at T Ay. M.' and will proceed.from there: . th Army Induction Station, Ailenfowa, Pa. , . Aloysius Canfield.-1?23 Fratie'n.Phlla; George Bruen. SIfl W. Race- St. .-' -Edward Zackov"511 Mauch Chunk St. Oearge Achenbach, 900 W. Rac. Sti . William Moore. Soo Sprihif Garden Stv John Dirchedl, 613- W; Market St. -Joseph Butler, 1014 NV.tth . Reading : Vincent Long. TJS Hiph.' Potlstewn ;-Edward Kvrtsv S04 Atir.ersyille .St; ; Francis W Weiss,, 1808 W. Norwegian: Francis Schoenaiier, Kitteryt tam. Clarence Kissinger," 8-Kagan St.-: " William Sheehan. T48 W. Railnrad SC. . B'ei-nartl Krjpas, 4SW E. Bcnn St. Charlet DetrM.h; 1541- W j Marker Francis Rlliel, J4 Seneca St.- - ' ; Harrv Brown. Spcacht.'Sti. : Harrv l elsburgi jll E. Norwegian St.. Daniel McKendrvvlW K; 11th SV Carl Kriston. 121" W. Murkct St. ; -Harold Caster, 1311 W. NtirwejianLSt, William Sinjth. West. Che&ter " ' Dominic Avelio 420 JMauch Chunk .St. William Dettrey; 2i North 3rd, St. : Thomas Bevan. J33Mormmg SU : - . Edward Reed. North Sr'd SC -'.. -'-' EatI Uckele. 19 Pierce' Str , - ; - -Albert Schwcikert. 302 S. Jarkson SU Earl Hillman. 128 -XV. Jtariroad Sn . , t Leslie Sbollcnbcj-ftr. 602 N . 2nd Sf. Andrew Herwn's. 1S4TW.. Market St - Albert DuseU 11 11! W. Market St, , John Mowlind. wm. Penn Hotel Charles EpleF. 212 .N.' Jlthv St.. . Warren Patterson 910 Penn." Reading' John Brown.. 728 Water St. ; - ;. Joseph Dutter. 107 N. Geotce St,! . Katl Schmejtzcr. 908 W. NorweflanV Harold Kilanis, 306 N. Centre ..St-J ' Louis Simmeth. Jr"i 520t W. Market'St; Louis Zwerg, 507 ' Malhantonf o ' St.. transferred ' from. Local : Board lo. 2 Dane County, Wi. . - .. -' Funerals ; ' MRS. KATE YOSTThe . funeral of Mrs. Kate Ytist of ' Orwisbbrg a former resident of Sch.. Haven, was held from - the D.. M'Bittle-Funeral Home, 'Sch, Haven, at - 2 e.clock, Monday 'aJterWodiw,?, ri: Rev. J.' G. Umberger . of Sch.. Havenonducted the services t'ine funeral home arid at the. grave in, the Union Cemetery. ." ' ; JTheripall bearers ' w'ere:.: : John Kauterman, Roy "Scott,. Harry Quin-ter, Lester Brown, Jos. rishex. ahd-Allen Maurer. : : ; " -.- MRS. SARAH ;1LES The funeral of Mrs. Sarah E. lies, wife of the late Geo. lies of this cityi who-died in the Warne Hospital, w"a held from the Di etz Fuiier a4 Home,; 7 19 W. Market, street,: .0ty;-Mbn'd'ay,. afternoon. ; - . ' .-: . 'v ";. The services were conducted .by . Rev. H. W. Diller; D.'D,;; rccJo.r ot Trinity Episcopal: Churcn, ;l.hicr-: ment was made in ' the .Chas"; Babex Cemetery. .-. 'v -'. :-The services were conducted iy Rev. H. W. .DUler, 1"). p..: rector' .of Trinity Episcopal s:CbfctCv rln-tet"'-'- t ment was made in :the Chas. Baber Cemetery. ' --..-v .; v-' '.- The pall bearers. were jris5 and Geo. Jen'crsn,'x.rMi'chati.-,-:.Ya'issl.6,:. Harry Wollyung,.- Carl - Harlnagle,, and Claude Lawrence ' . ; "' -. MRS. MARY BIBSERTh funeral of Mrs. Mary Bubser was. held from the family esfdence 2044 Mahantongo street, ' Ci ty; Salu rday ? morning.: Mass -was ' celebrated "in St. John's - Cburch by; - Father Leonard Heckman. Father - Rl J. O'Donnell, Father; Jobnv. Wachter and Father Frederick ', F-asi'g wfte in the sanctuary. ..' Interment was made fn the "par ish cemetery w-ith 'Father Becker officiating at the, grave, assisted, by Father Wachter and Father; O'Donnell. ' "-'.' -:'';; ;'-;' The pall "bearers were: yEmrjiett: Ward, Jos. Hiuptly.'Gervas Butgof, Geo. Shenck, Francis ; and Robt. Bubser. ' "' - . '...'.- -' T. D. Bergen was. the , funeral director. ' v ' , - , .:-'':' ..- The Fiji Islands, contain 93.000 settlers transplanted from -British' India. ' :. ' Vaccination was discovered bv .Edward Jenner, an Enplish physieinl -. . . y. THEY'LL DO IT EVERY 3UTr0UST LET SOK.E- BOCN STAHJ A CRAO , 6AMS AMDTHtt At 1 SEMTO HiE riDNB.y TO BuM - : : U.&.COKTOUARO IQ-IC w - , -TRY TO H.KE ASUSHT '" "TWO BUCKSTDOKTr X VUAS ASOUT O iuuch rrROMTHE BOV5 - xVe &qt a JlCSOAP, yh pouaBrrs.e: - and nou vmmrrH1lK - VcWkeo up J ( 300T- - -'-s - ' 1 if. - iay yyyy In Georgia Camp : - HARRV J. GF.RBER Sch.- llaven, is. a" member of an Infantry -sroup stationed at Camp Gordon;- Georgia. He w as inducted Aprii'25,-192 ands received his basic training at Camp Wheeler, Ga., where, he qualified as a sharp. thooter.iPvt. GcrbVr returned to his duties' after a furlough spent with his brothers and" sisters. POLICE SEEK BOYS WHO S1 OLE CIGARETTES Ixcal police are looking for two boys who are wanted for the theft of several cartons of cigarettes taken from a vending machine at a gas station located at Cth and Market streets-. - Thos. Whaleri. a part owner of the place, w ith Walter Jones, told the police that the. two boys entered the station while the attendant; Robert Blackweir, was busy on 4he' outside. . They- broke open the machine and grabbing the cicarettes rt.n toward Norwegian strt-et and disappeared. . -Another bnv is to be Questioned seme; ttme Monday by the police-for taking - several gas rationing books from a truck of the Treon Dairy-. After pullihS-'thrm apart e scattered :them about the street on Sunday ; afternoon. Kie Ost, .who recently . took over the- business -of the dairy made the report to the poLtce and identified the bey. - . . ': ESCAPES SERIOUS HURT IN FALL FROM BRIDGE banter Kelly; 5ff;of 246 Walnut St., this city, fell ; a distance of 33 feet from the Nichols Street bridge late: Sunday .. afternoon and- required only dispensary treatment at the-'- Pottsville Hospital for lacerations of .the scalp. Pol i ecma n Jos. Wollynng who found Kelly said that Kelly ell from the top of the bridge and had landed on a bank of soft dirt. He rolled down the bank : and struck his head against a rock; Kelly Was advised by the hospital doctors to remain at th bo-spiial Minlier observation but requested tht he be taken home. He was removed to his home in the patrol .'ear. Kelly was unable to tf U the .police; what had happened to cause the fall. The bridce from which h ifl soans the tracks of th -Reading, railroad;.' . . . ; PHYSICIAN -AT KIWANIS At Tneday's noon session of Ki-wanis,'. at Ihe Necho Allen, the Fpeak'er" will be Dr. Eula Eno. For years she practiced " medicine in China- and" has intimate knowledge, of their, language and customs. Her explanation -of - Chinese sign-writing is- exceedingly interesting. Conrad Koch., who will enter U. S. ser-yice,',ll attend his last official AKiwarriS: meeting. - The club's "hoe down" will be held ne'xt Thursday a. week. . ' : . . ROTARY WINTER DANCE It is expected there will be a record attendance of Rotary and their: ladies" at the "annual Hallowe'en dinner-dance to be held at the Necho. Alien.; -Hotel, .Wednesday night. The speakers wili be Bryant W. Ruark, of Chicago. After, his ad dress there will be dancing in the ballroom with Ie Bcrger's Orchestra :fUrm-h:B,g jthe music. . . TIME FIVE. EOCkS f ... . -.- . j -. ' : - . ; yi I r ill! 11 'I f v r - 1 3 - m - I tm ( ml -, . i' .fnlhiriiiiiiii J Vimif . 4 sevsM&HE is! s s '-" A -, . 1 X -'Yt75Ssv 'r7u . s .vv- ... w ( Gliurehi IUlMI,'hKf,r BOYS mm Patriotic S-rv Srvicei Well AiifB - Rally Psv .,- . .. '" ducted in ;.r . J Haven churchr , ' special prosra:- each instance.. " 4 The servn-e s - ' Sfe" "..Matthews ';i'r""; School h.id a p,;- . was, a prosr.4;5 of in the service, a i ' , musiifc Spec.! chv- ' ' hg and fl o i" V' . 4 efn Dewald a- ;' tnerti- and a a or , r number of selcc; A grouf cl v v . -church offered .t The singers ue:, Clara .Jane St.u , Mildred Bre r . , - ' and Richard n. -peteer, : inrhui r -Robert Troy. : n . 4V Kenneth'Fehr, 4 of yclection.t. The follow ir.j : . vice were hon.rr0l.-ber of each fa-Paul Feeser m.utc boys are: T.ds xvd Austin Giiham, h ; J. .William S.iuo v ' fer, Arthur Tan.:. janus, James S. : ., Schwartz. CHdi-Yerger, Frank Russel and Wii. ' Jay DewaM, ibi: , rcn Fisher. C"h::, . William Ixwe. rie.-r Mrs. William Wo? soioist, sang 5ec;; . Charles Leohnrr -of welcome. I). ( ; . lesson for the ,-,.; Zcigcnfus offered i '.. boys in the . , . Strause has ' purcha-e.i ",' the Sunday School.' v , a star for each boy. - "., forces, and a preset be made when it j;r.ft -Report of the-, tec, an attendance pf5 20.-,. rt,,., sounded taps at tw service Rally Day was a! ,t , h Christ Lutheran ( h-- concregation, entertained of the Topton Orpfu..(. s. Dr. Eula Krm. :! , ,-of the Methods! 1 hai, spoke it the Rally Methodist Church The RevJifcnrv Km- r lovvn, was the jipe.K. - v - Day services in the T selical Church, and ne -.-harp music was a fri.'-i?i prosiram. ' Boys' Day ser Icr-c in the First Ref'irn-ed-- The sermon in s-formed Church v . j guest minister. Su-idiv was Rev. Oliver - H Alexandria, Pa. ' R"v. J. A. K. ;-r,- at both morning a;-d r vices at Grave F. . : , 1 " Over ,"?00 were the Rally Dav : - , . Brethren Churc'i. ! : - -Judge Harold p,-. i! r; ,. Responsibiiit r- . f, . , Fellowmen. - 'I s -lesson was tans!; -- Kauterman, Jr.".-.!!! v.:,-.' G. Sfaller, ..-.f-r acted as rhairi'Van , f ?r and introduced Hhr , . . collection mamin'ed t ' veeninf session. -- ! attended, and K. 1 v. Scout exeeufivr r' v anon Scout I : -1 -. v The Schuylki!! iiu "', played five sci'-i .. - persons present fr- Port Carbon, Pol' , ' Bethlehem,: Tirr ' ; Lebanon County,. ; . . : G. Jay ITrnbf ; daughter, of Mr. .-.d! ' " Potts, of BetrJch '.' given .the nar;:e f ' " r . Miss Lizzie lit a forme,r town i ' Misses lleln ard ; ' LOCUST MT. HOril'M-. Geo. Marnuardt i vent an opera Y Honoi-tal. i By JfEiry "Hi 20 0PEN.GET ONrr,80NS'.

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