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Twenty THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1941 A HONESDALE NEWS Hawley Robert Clark, Correspondent Phono Honesdalo 731 tonight at 8 o'clock In Russian will be held tomorrow with mass Parish Hall. County and local at 9:30 a.ln. in St. Marys Polish candidates will speak. A program R.

C. Church. Interment, parish will be presented. cemetery. Arrangements by the Triangles (PI) Wednesday lWiorkowskiFuneralService Mayfield George H.

Hennemuth Correspondent, 408 Rushbrook Si Jermyn, Phone 226-R. ROBERT CLARK Leave Items at Jack Edwards Paint Store Phone 731 Hit pwauvrarate jw.aji: Vandling Ellen Melvin Wed To Aldo Corradi Miss Ellen Catherine Melvin, daughter of Mrs. Mary Melvin, Main Street, Vandling, became the bride of Aldo Corradi, Rye, N. at a ceremony performed in St. Agnes Church, Forest City, yesterday morning with the Rev.

Dr. Francis McGinley officiating at the mass. Miss Patricia Melvin and Michael Melvin, sister and brother of the bride, were the attendants. After a wedding breakfast Mr. and Mrs.

Corradi left on a trip to New York. Mrs. Corradi is a member of the teaching staff In Vandling schools. VANDLING BRIEFS School Director John Barrows is a surgical patient in the Hahneman Hospital, Scranton. Mrs.

Frank Sisco has returned after a brief visit in Weirton, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wiischeur, Coming, N. are visiting rela tives here.

John Williams, Berwick, was a recent caller here. ITHI BIO STORE WITH THE LOW RENT LOCATIONS Special Purchase Sale Truckload of Mattresses i-l 7-11 9l Correspondent and Advertising Representative Watkins, Crowe Speakers Tonight At G. 0. P. Rally State Senator G.

Harold Watkins, Schuylkill County, will speak before the meeting of the Young Republican committeemen and women tonight in the Hotel Wayne. His topic will be The Challenge to Young Republicans. In addition to the local candidates appearing, State Senator Montgomery Crowe, Stroudsburg, will be another principal speaker. Democrats Sponsor Rally Tomorrow Committeemen and women of the Democratic party will meet tomorrow evening at 8 oclock in the Hotel Allen, Chairman Jerome Sutherton announced yesterday. George O.

Wagner, candidate for Congress and other aspirants for state and county offices will speak. A luncheon will follow the business session. AT THE LYRIC Franchot Tone and Carol Bruce, above, in This Woman is Mine, will be shown at the Lyric Theater today. All you SCHEDULE, REVISED A revised garbage collection ROUND THE BOROUGH I schedule for this week only in Prayer meeting will be held to- Dickson City follows, today, Third night at 7:30 oclock in First P. M.

tomorrow, Second Ward. Church. I snd Friday, First Ward. Mrs. Alfred Forkel, Gorham Avenue, spent the weekend in Rochester, N.

Y. Dickson City William J. Carey Correspondent Leave Items at Acme Market, 800 Mam Street, or Phone Olyphant 1128 Sarnowski Funeral The funeral of Mrs. Josephine Sarnowski, Scott. Township, a former Dickson City resident, was held yesterday with mass at St.

Michaels Church, Olyphant, by the Rev. S. J. Slominski. Casket bearers were: Leo, Joseph and Thomas Sarnowski, Clement Folejewski, Aloyius and Frank Butkiewicz.

Interment, St. Josephs Cemetery, Scott Township. PASCAVAGE FUNERAL The funeral of Mrs. Victoria Pascavage, 658 Morgan Street, will be held from the home of her mother, Mrs. Catherine Dreslin-Bki, 668 Morgan Street, today with mass at 9:30 a.

m. in St. Marys Polish R. C. Church.

Interment parish cemetery. Arrangements by the Wiorkowski Funeral Service. SZCZEPANSKI RITES The funeral of Ignatz Szczepan-ski 642 Boulevard Avenue, NATIONALLY-KNOWN, Poultry Fanciers Planning Meeting Session Dec. 6 At Court House The Wayne County Poultry Fanciers Association, will meet in the Court House Saturday, Dec. 6.

Motion pictures in technicolor of the Boston Poultry Show will be exhibited. Secretary George Schroeder is planning an elaborate program to follow tne session. Miss Justine Yaworske plans dance Kyrilikon Chapter To Entertain Clubs at Meeting Waymart Leave Items at Rankins Store Mr. and Mrs. John Sutor visited Mr.

and Mrs. Joseph Harkovitch, Scranton, recently. Mr, and Mrs. Michael Gilbie, Youngstown, Ohio, were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs.

Haremon Zintel. Miss Bonnie Siddins was a recent visitor in Sydney, N. Y. Mrs. Harold Stephenson has returned home after undergoing an operation in St.

Josephs Hospital Carbondale. Mrs. M. M. Wilson has returned home after visiting friends in New York.

FAMOUS MAKE 1. 0. 0.F. Lodge Host on Friday To Grand Master A special meeting of the Wan-gum Lodge, I. O.

O. will be held in the Odd Fellows Hall Friday evening. The local organization will be the host to the Grand Master of Pennsylvania. An elaborate program has been planned with entertainment and talks by prominent guest speakers. Following the business session a supper will be served by the Rose Lodge of Rebekahs.

Honor Mrs. Simpson A shower was given recently in honor of Mrs. Leslie Simpson in the home of Mrs. Joseph Seiler, Prospect Street. Mrs.

Simpson was the recipient of many gifts. Refreshments were served. Present were; Mrs. Edwin James, Mrs. Seiler, Mrs.

Simpson, Mrs. Lionel G. Simpson, Mrs. John Mesnick, Mrs. Arthur School, Mrs.

Robert McCaslin, Mrs. Robert Miller and Miss Harriet Seiler, all of Hawley, and Misses Nolia White and Tillie Sweitz, Narrows-burg. Truck Strikes Car A slight accident occurred on the Route 590, six miles west of Hawley, yesterday morning when truck cairying animals collided with a car owned byy Sebastian Grovino, Paterson, N. J. The crash caused damages of about $150 to the latter vehicle.

Private J. F. Meginnis, State Motor Police, investigated. AT THE RITZ Lew Ayres and Laraine Day In Dr. Kildares Wedding Day, will be shown at the Ritz Theater today.

HAWLEY NOTES Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Wice, Port Jervis, were recent visitors here. Mr. and Mrs.

Alexander Wickham, Scranton, are visiting relatives here. John Mitchell and Arthur Walsh are visiting in New York. Mabel Donnellon, Poyntelle, is visiting relatives here. Forest City Robert (lark, Correspondent Leave Items at Central Restaurant Phone 641 Republican Women Mark Anniversary Dinner-Dance Tonight In Muchitzs Hall Mrs. Mary Fritz Buried The funeral of Mrs.

Mary Fritz, Cliff Street, was held yesterday morning with a mass in St. Marys Magdalen Church by the Rev. Linus Fricker. Pallbearers William Lane, John Golden, John Reish, Joseph Billard, Fred Reber and Louis Remblinger. Interment in parish cemetery.

FOR 1942 0LDSKI0BILE SEE GRABIH at EYNON PHONE 68-J-2 Jermyn George H. Hennemuth Correspondent (8 Rushbrook St. Phone 226-R Kyrilikon Chapter, No. 86, F. R.

last night at a meeting in Russian Parish Hall completed plans to be host to Anthracite District, Clubs, at a convention Saturday and Sunday in Russian Hall. John Iwanik is chairman. The first session will be held Saturday afternoon. A reception and dance will be held in the evening. Delegates will attend a divine liturgy service Sunday morning in St.

Johns Russian Orthodox Church. The annual banquet and final business meeting will follow. The dance committee is: Miss Helen Maletich, chairman; Stasia Romaniak, tickets; Ann Trembach and Michael Senio, refreshments; Mr. Iwanik, treasurer and publicity; Misses Mary Measley, Mary Maletich. Libbie Yaworske.

Justine Yaworske, Ann Karpiak, Catherine Krupen, Catherine Kuz-mick, Michael Rugala and Nicholas Kuzmich. Wise Oral Class Holds Halloween Fete A Halloween party was held in the Methodist Church by the Wise Oral Class recently. Games were played and refreshments served. Present were: Flora McDowell, Eleanor Bayly, Margaret Jbhns, Gertrude Sayer, Lillian Baldwin, Janet Warren, Mable Miller, Florence Jay, Helen Kahn, Jean Robinson, Dorothy Snyder, Esther Roberts and Miss Roberts, instructor. Officers for the coming year were elected as follows: president, Gertrude Sayer; vice-president; Lillian Baldwin; secretary, Janet Warren and treasurer, Eleanor Bayly.

Advisor, Miss Roberts. Keen-Geelan Nuptial Saturday The marriage of Miss Rita Murray Keen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eben Keen, Main Street, to William Rogers Geelan, Pelham. N.

will take place Saturday morning at 9 oclock in St. Marys Magdalen Church. $29.50 Mattresses, to go at $19.67 $34.50 Mattresses, to go at $23.00 $39.50 Mattresses, to go at $26.34 TTus great special purchase enables you to buy a brand new, famous make mattress at a 33 reduction. Offer limited to this one big truckload dont wait buy now while selection is complete 1 EASY TERMS Modern and Old-Time Halloween Dance FAWCETTS OLD MILL Scott Road, Justus Turn at Blakely Corners FRIDAY NIGHT, OCT. 3 1 CHICKEN SUPPERS EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT Rod Club to Hold Banquet Tonight Approximately 30 are expected to attend the eighth annual banquet of the Jermyn Fly Rod Club tonight at 6:30 oclock in Pelacks Restaurant, Washington Avenue.

F. J. Waters will be toastmaster. Highlighting a large program of entertainment will be moving pictures by James W. Varner, ardent Scranton sportsman: Prizes will be awarded for the best catches of the season.

Stanley Chimahusky Jr. heads the general committee, assisted by Mr. Waters and Clyde Coleman. $800 Games Party Tonight at 8:15. St.

Thomas Auditorium, Archbald. Adv. democratic Rally A Democratic rally will be held BED SPRINGS! no Border! 2 Stabilizers! Tied! Special Value! PREMIER WIRE! Angle HeUical ALL .95 UP: At Tbew Low Price. W.r Not Allowed To Meotloa Honofoetarero Nomo. H-V-LIMIT 2 MATTRESSES TO A CUSTOMER NONE TO DEALERS Our First Dollar Party Anniversary! TONIGHT AT 8:15 OCLOCK St.

Thomas Church Auditorium ARCHBALD, PA. rf $800 Absolutely Guaranteed In Awards 25 $15 GAMES 1 25 GAME 2 $50 GAMES GAME $200 On The 29th Game! 2 Playing Cards to Each Person 1 No Extras No Specials 1 ADMISSIONS! (Plus a 10c Tax) BOARD IS APPRECIATIVE Womens Board, Carbondale General Hospital, yesterday expressed appreciation to Jermyn school children for their many contributions on the recent Donation Day for the hospital, Eynon Miss Mary Gray, Correspondent $800.00 Games Party Tonight at 8:15. St. Thomas Auditorium. Busses leave via Mid-Valley at 7 and 8 P.

M. Adv WAYNE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL A daughter has been born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bergman, Seelyville. A daughter has been born to Mr.

and Mrs. Charles Motzo, Hawley. Mabel Miller, Honesdale, has been admitted for observation. DONATION DATE ANNOUNCED Announcement is made of the annual Donation Day to the Wayne Memorial Hospital Thursday, Nov. 6.

Donations of all descriptions will be accepted. HONESDALE NOTES Mrs. Wesley Gardner, Scranton, has been a guest of Miss Florence Wood and T. B. Clark.

Donald Hiller, member of the Dubois College faculty, was a recent visitor at the home of his mother, Mrs. H. H. Hiller, West Sjde Avenue. Mr.

and Mrs. Clifford Peet, East Street, have returned after visiting her sister, Mrs. James Fair-less, CJifton, N. J. i Franklin J.

Myers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Myers, Willow Avenue, is a surgical patient at St. Josephs Hospital, Carbondale.

I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kling, Bontclair, N. recently visited Miss Elsie Daniels. PHONE 4-1228 3S3 Peaa Ave.

Reservoir Street WPA Project Starts Work has started on the unfinished WPA project for construction of gutters on Reservoir Street. About 25 men are employed on the job. The project is expected to continue through the Winter. BIRTHDAY PARTY A birthday party was held at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Benjamin Statkin, Jefferson Street, recently in honor of their daughter Violet.

Games and refreshments were enjoyed. Present were: Dolores Praw-disck, Victoria Bariliski, Helen Cook, Amelia Dechnick, Rose Fed-dock, Helen Homoschik, Richmon-dale; Loretta King, Forest City; Betty Swabcioz and Violet Stat-kun; Messrs. John Nazak, Thomas Feddock, Stanley Sukenik, John Barna. Edward Scotlas, Andrew Guszak, Ambrose Bird, Valentine Yacintivivk and Edward Statkun. Andrew Rudevoch, Midland Street, has been admitted to St.

Josephs Hospital, Carbondale, for surgical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Morgan, Binghamton, N. were recent guests at the Pecho residence.

Stephen Salley, Bridgeport, was a recent visitor at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Salley, Tuttle Street. Mary Kulick, Long Island, N. was a recent caller here.

Francis Prawdzlk, Torrington, was a recent visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Prawdzik; Froble Street. Uniondale Mrs. W.

P. Todd received news last week of the death of her brother, Stanley Dunn, 80, Montgomery, Pa. Sergt. and Mrs. Anthony Ver-boys, Westfield, who were recently married, have been visiting local relatives.

A booth festival for the benefit of the Binghamton Childrens Home, was held in the Methodist Hall lat week. James Condon has been drawn to serve on the jury in Montrose the third Monday in November. Mrs. Arthur Corey, Frances Corey, Mr. and Mrs.

Charles Geuther, two daughters and son, Clinton, and Mrs. Anna Todd, daughter, Dolores, and friends, Wilkes-Barre, were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr; and Mrs. W. P. Todd.

James Lowry and family, Newark, visited Mrs. Della Lowry over the weekend. Cecil Todd, Williamsport, visited his parents, Dr. and Mrs. F.

F. Todd, recently. The Womens Republican Club in celebration of its anniversary will hold a dinner-dance in Mu-chitzs hall this evening. Mrs. Blanche Petrus, president, is chairman of the affair.

Grand Jury Lists 10 True Bills The Susquehanna County Grand Jury has returned a total of 10 true bills including that against Theodore Piatkowski, 63, former Forest City tax collector, whose indictment of embezzlement was described in yesterdays Tribune. Other true bills handed Nup were: Stanley Sydlosky, Harford Township, statutory rape; Milan Kelly, Hop Bottom, sale of liquor on Sunday; Edward Piorkowski, Forest City, rape; Myles Glover, Thompson, public indecency; Nicholas Wanatt, Jackson, R. operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated; Patrick Chelland, Forty Fort, Issuing a fraudulent check; Lloyd Clink, Rushville, failure to stop at the scene of an accident; William H. Lapear, New Milford, R. D.

operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated and George Moran and Donald John son, Bainbridge, N. theft of an automobile. mm Jo, the lut, U4 a imae America always makes up its mind about "quality slowly and carefully. Butonce it is' certain that a product Is the best of its kind, America quickly demands its production on a tremendous scale. AT THE FREEDMAN Dr.

Kildares Wedding Day, starring Lew Ayres and Laraine Day, will be shown at the Freedman Theater today. FOREST CITY BRIEFS Bollis Cyszesky, Bainbridge, N. is visiting his mother on Dun-daff Street. Mrs. Arthur James.

Glens Falls. N. was a recent caller here. John Wincovtch, Honesdale, was a business caller here yesterday. Mr.

and Mrs. William Atkins, Oneonta, N. are visiting relatives here. Today Only Law Ayrta, Larralna Day Dr. Kildares With more Budweiser than ever before, there has not been enough to go 'round Wedding; Day (Political Adv.) (Political Adv.) (Political Adv.) TONIGHT WGBI 7:30 Never before in history has there been a situation like this: A vast expansion program carried on for eight years made it possible for the world's largest brewery to produce more beer in 1941 than ever before has come from a sin -gie brewery or group of breweries operating, under one management and yet it was impossible for us to fill all orders.

Such a demand, previously unheard of for any similar product, made it difficult to maintain adequate distribution in all of the 48 states at all times. Through it all, our dealers have shown great patience and for this we are grateful. America prefers Your own preference for Budweiser is a compliment to your own good taste proof that you recognize the outstanding quality that has made Budweiser the biggest-selling beer in history. With the completion of our expansion program, we trust that you now are getting Budweiser whenever you call for if. E52L A 4.

5 ipsn 2L A BEVERAGE OF MODERATION ANHEUSER-BUSCH ST. LOUIS 002? tADC rT 9WW. i uones Atty. Ray Blalkowski Atty. Harry W.


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