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Pag® 74— The Daily Times, N®w Philadelphia, ©., Monday, February 21, 1266 wwwvv^ Obituaries, Funerals ^ s < n ^ a ^^^^ aaaaaa ^ aaaaaaaaa ^ aaaaa ^ aaa < vw > aa ^ Charles Mangon Mrs. Henry Keagy County In The Courts Charles C. Mangon, 55, cf W. High ave ext, this city, a former resident of Dennison, died suddenly of a heart attack at his home on Saturday night at 9 Mr. Mangon was stricken while watching television, and was dead on arrival at Union hospital, A resident of this city for 25 years, Mr. Mangon was employed in the metalware department of the Reeves Steel & Mfg. Co. He was a member of Sacred Heart church and of the Local at the Reeves. Born Dec 11, 1910 in Lafferty, 0 , he was a son of the late Ben T. and Rose M. Fondriest Mangon. Surviving are his widow. Rose C. Lopinski Mangon, whom he married Dec. 17, 1937; four sisters, Mrs. Leo (Irma) Broz, Mrs. Joseph (Jackie) Azara, Mrs. Joseph (Edna) G. Reywitt and Mrs. Ralph (Irene) Gal- ((ontinued froj^i Page 1) site later given u Kent and asked them to keep their origin„ al commitment. He said M"; He,n7j Te ’ wanted the forme. TB sanitar- <MvinK whlle under suspension gy. 61. of 938i Mam St. Ihe 0ld building! <;• Verm,II,on. 21 of 20, ilnr- .. Vlr- l /atsV aw nnnnisnn fatlnn could be renovated, another County New Philadelphia — Cited: he'Roy E. Spriggs, 43, this city, East Sparta, died at 6.45 yesterday morning in her home of a ' , .. U.L. eh. h.a h.»„ at building added to it. and the I college could begin operations heart ailment. She had been ill four years. i lot sooner than it could other- Mrs. Keagy was born in Chi-; wise cago and had resided in East j Sparta for the past 17 years. Kent officials have stated they Jo not want the building and She had been employed in the PQUjd nQj usP be contended, bookkeeping department of the j adding that it would cost the Canton Supply Co. Nazarene school about $400,000 Mrs. Keagy was a member of i to replace it. Marriage Licenses Elks Ritualistic Title Retained By Dover Team Dover Elks Lodge successful-' Coaches for the Dovei ritual* 1V defended its Southeast Dis- istic winners were John Helms* trict ritualistic title during the dorfcr, Kennedy and Ron Ford. New Philadelphia police were McCLAIN’S MARKET, 324 Fifth district meeting at Cambridge Kennedy was district ritualistic vt \\T iOACO Unma moria ' . *_______— 4LU k Police Here Kept On Jump Over Weekend BARGAIN COLUMN . the East Sparta Methodist church, the Pike Grange and the Helping Hand Society of Sandyville. In addition to her husband, survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Dean (Shirley) Evans of RD 1, Magnolia; four grandchildren and a brother, Bergmark of Chicago. Funeral services will be at 1:30 p. m. Wednesday in the Commissioners said the replacement value of the building has been given as about $173,000 but it is listed for appraisal at only $73,000. Indian Valley School Supt. Leon Force, who had worked earlier toward establishment of Gustave a Kent branch here, said the building had been rejected for Kent usage earlier. Me Cook ave, Dennison, failure to register; Ira W. Jones, 21 Akron, driving left of center; George H. Stitzenstock, 41, Mau- imee, passing on a hillcrest; Henry D. Knight, 44, Cambridge driving while intoxicated; an Raymond J. Clark, 23. Bvro and Douglas V. Bever, 39, Mam:ou Beach, Mich., both speed. (Patrol) Dover — Cited; Thomas P Schupbach, 21, Dover; Larrv M. Mathias, 26, Dundee; and James C. Shrecves, 22, Parkersburg, W. Va., all speed; Roy H. Jones, Jr., 22; James F. Meechan, 19; Harry J. Wilds, 25, all of Dover, and Charles W. Baitless, 44, Louisville, all stop signs. (Patrol) Uhrichsville — Cited: Raymond Brown, Jr., 20, Uhrichs- David M. Gibbs, 21, laborer, )over, and Kay M. Espen- ports, mosilv thtlts. ichied, 18, typist, RD 1, Dover. kept on the jump over the St. N.W. Call 42062. Home made weekend with a number of re- Sausage, lb. 69c; Ground Chuck, over the weekend. Dover lodge offices scor lb. 69c; Fresh Eggs, 3 doz. L39, ^ 96.323 to outdistance runner James Rankin, city street sup- Potatoes, 10 lbs. 59c; Jonathan up New Philadelphia, Robert A. Lcnarz, Jr., 20, erintendent, told them a r .Apples, 4 lbs. 39c; Home mad.C scored 94.780. .1 ----- ’ , . - i Potato Salad, Macaroni Salad, KAAinn .u0 nnv^r "cwppn \rmy. RD 1, Strasbourg, ai d i 965 Mustang bearing dealer s< Bake(j Co,e slaw> cheese Adding; to the Dover sweep chairman this year. In other activities at the district meeting, Exalted Ruler which William Watkins of the New Philadelphia lodge was named district treasurer. He will be tosalie Ann Meek, 20, babv- iitter, Dover Ronald L. Limbaugh, 22. of- ice worker, Dover, and Caroyn E. Shear, 19, factory worker, this city. plates had apparently been abandoned on Hummel ave SE, near the city dump Saturday morning. The vehicle was later reported stolen from the Indian Village Motors lot on S. Broad Spread, Ham Salad, Loaves, Ham Loaves. Robert F. Peigle, 35, steel way bv Robert Stcmple. Stem- ■vorker, RD 1, Dover, and Jud th A. Wills, 25, this city. Donald E. Hopkins, 17, laborer, and Shirley B. Bunner 17, both of RD 2, this city. Richard E. Laurie, 33, electri cal engineer, Columbus, Antoinette Liszeski, 22, secretary, Dover. Commssioners also told Poole ville, stop sign. (Patrol) Traffic New Philadelphia — Nick Muehlen, Jr., 36 pie told police the car had been locked They were called to the W. T. Grant Co. store on W. High ave at 8:50 p. m. Saturday, andl The manager reported that 50 record albums valued at $3 each were taken between 6:45 and 7:15 p. m. The proprietor of the East High ave American service station reported that a party in a black and yellow 1955 Biuck of honors all Dover officers installed along with other South* ^.eal were named to the all-district east District officers in the team and Cathy Kennedy ot Do next meeting at Coshocton May ver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .21 and 22. Parked Car Hit Robert Kennedy, won the $50 Hast Liverpool lodge won th® Georgia Aubihl, 1492 Pine dr, savings bond in the district lead-.attendance trophy at the meet- thisTuy. reported to police henjership contest. I in* with 32 reg.strat.ons, Dover At 1-20 am Sundav that a car Officers of the ledge are Exalt and New Philadelphia had 28 owned by Toni Aubihl of the ed Ruler Donald Peters, Lead- ^nd 27 registrations respective* same address and parked by her . inR Knight Jack Geyer, Loya in the 100 block of 1st dr NW Knight Edgar Dill, Lecturing Knight James Bierie, Esquire Robert Ley Jr., Chaplain Delbert Perry, and Inner Guard Lee Bierie. Perry’s wife gave birth to a Cited: of 224 was slightly damaged by an unknown vehicle. A minor mishap on the; parking lot of Lawson's dai-i rv was reported at 3:47 p. m.i . . _ . r j Gn. i „ daughter in Union hospital Sat- Saturday. They said an auto: * iy- A dance highlighted Saturday evening’s events at the meeting with the formal business sessions held Sunday afternoon. in East Spana cemetery. Call- Richard Demuth said- lhey had: Passing in a hazardous zone; E. Gidley, 45, RD ^ ino^hnnrc'aViho fimrral hnmr no concrete proposal for the and Erma ing hours at the funeral home . \t Malvern, red light. (Patrol) are 2 to 4 tomorrow. and 7 to 9 p. m. Uhrichsville - A. Stearns, 45. Fined: Leroy Scio, $107 and braith, all of Cleveland and five Gordon Funeral Home ol East that ,heV had made a commit- Carrollton -Cited: Melvin brothers. William Mangon of ^parta wjih the Rev David ment t0 him and gone back on G. Fisher, 51. Scio. stop sign, this city, Louis and Herman,1 „| 0ffjCjaynE Burial will be l1, because as Commissioner J. Carl E. Me Calhster, Malvern, both of Dennison, Sylvester of " ' 1 ----;— Massillon and Wilbert of lumbus. High Requiem Mass will be conducted at 9:30 tomorrow morning in Sacred Heart church Msgr. A. L. Freund officiating. Burial will be in Calvary cemetery. Calling hours at the Linn- Hert-Geib Funeral Home are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. today. Prayer service of the Christian Wake will be at 8 tonight. St. Clair ave SW, this city, red obtained $5 worth of gasoline Nazarene college whereas es-l tablishment of a Kent branch is in the making. Commissioner Jacob Dummer- l^re€ da-vs *n ’ai*’ driving while muth said the mistake was . intoxicated and Rose M. Stauf- light. (Police) Uhrichsville — Cited: Marg aret A. Renicker, 18, Gnaden and left without paying for it. .iHe said the car headed toward Uhrichsville. It was not locat- driven by Milctred L. Bliss, 61, of 808 3rd st NW, this city, struck one driven by Patricia A. DcMeo, 20, of 210 8th st NE, as Mrs. Bliss backed from a parking space. hutten, reckless operation. (Po- ed- lice). Guy S. Kail Guy S. Kail, 85, died at land to be made avadable to at an intersection- Bond forfeil: made when a description of the ^er’ ^4; (olumbus, 515, passing 12:28 a. m. today at his home j Kpnt was mc|ude<< in the legis-l R°y Boone- 41. Euclid and Ker in Scio after an illness of six months. He was superintendent lation establishing a branch district. nut G. Hunt, 18, Charleston, W, Va., both excess speed, Ralph Mayors Uhrichsville — Cited: B. Lippencott, RD 1, Uhrichsville, disposing of trash in an unauthorized area. and engineer of the Scio Water-1 H ’ jd h h . . W. Weingarth, 59, Tuscarawas utnrl/c frrvrr, 10/19 ,.ntil 1OHO >CUU IldU dgdinSI . Mrs. Lou Harrison Mrs. Lou Harrison, 63, of 218 W. 2nd st, Dover, a retired em­ ploye of the East Sparta Cer-l^'T”’" ‘t?' _ .« . ... _______iand Mav Stewart Kail works from 1903 until 1958. He continued to work for the village until 1960 when he retired. He was born Oct. 22, 1880 in Scio, the son of the late Stanton pin-pointing the land but was informed by feIlow-commission-| ers that it would make no dif-• ference. Commissioners indicated that ave, Gnadenhutten, stop sign,; $15 each and Jerry F. Collins.1 21. Columbia Station, $35, excess speed. (Patrol). Dover — Fined: Ivan Ander- Divorces Filed Marie Ann McCulloch, vs. David Franklin McCulloch, both o! 805 Zeila st, this city, charg- Officers were called to Quaker theater parking lot at 10 a.m. Saturday where a nuYn- ber of items had been “dump- yclTy ed”. They found it was a purse and its contents and returned; it to the owner. Harold Bartholow, city school attendance officer, reported at 10:35 a. ni. Saturday that three windows, and half of the windshield of a 1965 school bus was broken while parked at the high school. A Ray ave NE resident reported that an unknown car Pleads Not Guilty the In Larceny Case Carl Eichel,31, RD 2, this ci'i slate convention April 28 to ty, posted $50 bond this morning ^av j and was released until further a urday morning to add to the occasion. Scores of the other five lodges participating in the contest i were East Liverpool, 92.948; Newcomerstown, 90.800; Marietta, 90.117; Martins Ferry, 89.192; and Bellaire, 86.433. Dover now will represent the district at the state ritualistic contest in Columbus during the . Miss Kennedy also will guest at the Youth Day hearing by Northern Court. Luncheon during that time with Judge Charles E. Eckert oni^er district and s*ate leader- ond in boys’ division of Eichel district contest. charges of larceny by trick filed ship winners. Another Doverite, No. 9. by Sidney Schaar, also of RD James Lee Young, placed sec- 2, this city. Schaar claims that fraudulantly acquired $50 worth of lumber from him and failed to pay for the materials. Eich- ei plead not guilty and was released on his own recogniance. Labor Meets Set In Dennison The first of four labor relations sessions sponsored by the Federal Mediation Board will be Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the United Brick and Clay Workers building, 208 Grant st, Dennison. There will be no charge to attend the meeting. Arrangements for the meeting were discussed Saturday when commissioner Hal Roach of the Akron office met with William Klaserner, business agent of District Council amics Co., died early this morning in Union hospital after a lengthy illness. Born May 25. 1902 in Mar ,. ^ ietta. she was a daughter of the late James and Mary Simmons| Morgan. Her first husband, Hugo Herman, died in 1933. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Don (June) LaCroix of Dover, Mrs. Ervin (Norma) Snyder of Cincinnati and Mrs. Robert (Kathleen) Neal of Canton; a son, Sheldon (Pete) Her* in their letter of commitment! -son< 58. Somerdaie, $15, passing jng gross neglect and extreme went over the curb and knock- to Poole point the they would not pin- at intersection; Evron Jones, crelty. They land that would b? 21. Dover, William Kastor, 61, Sept. 10, 1960, were married and have one Survivors include his widow, .Mae; wo sons, Curtiss Kail of ( .. ... Kt ,... , „ .1 . Malvern and Murray of Scio available if the Nazarenos Mineral City, Roocrt Bertie. 29.1 child. She seexs temporary and -! - ’ SPPlc tft Irw.ifp a i*nllno*> hnrn ! Plnvpr all 590 enrp/t1 arwl Inhn nprmanont alimony, i-nctn.t.. Charles SC°^ 10 *ocate a code8e ^cre Gnadenhutten and custody enjoined Dover, all $20. speed; and John permanent Poole indicated there are Strawn, 31, Sherrodsville, $15. and support. He is enough votes to bring the col- unsafe vehicle. Bond Forfeits: from molesting or lege here instead of elsewhere Edward Waggoner, 24, Akron, her and from residing at th $15, speed: and William Kin- home, sey, 51, Charlotte, N. C., $60,1 overload. (Patrol). New Philadelphia — Fined: Albaugh of Mrs. John Kirkland of Lisbon; nine grandchildren, and 16 great-grandchildren. Services will be at 2 p. m. Wednesday in the Purviance i Funeral Heme in Scio with the Btuia/°wlll ta" to Gran'S!d*nt Jamcs Pa,rick indicated| SW, this city, *15. left of centerIThor"as L; pair’ 17' Bolivar- cemetery, Scio. Friends mav various offers for college and $10 no muffler; Clarence sPccd- (Patrol) ed down a ‘‘no parking” sign in front of 403 Ray ave NE at 9 p. ni. Sunday. A Quaker jacket reported stol en from the Youth Center Fri- Deputy Doriche Promoted To Captain's Rank Earl (Lefty) Doriche, 42, RD The program will be introduc- that ed by Roach and turned over to Pat Patterson, general council for the International United Rubber workers in Akron, who will speak on "Labor Trends and Current Trends.” A question and answer session will be held at the close of his talk and the meeting will be open to all union members af- Cline Display At Lahmers TV Shop I. Dover, has been promoted to| ^Fiated wlt*h "the various unions In observance of Washing- the rank of Captain with the jn tjnjs arca Refreshments will ton's birthday tomorrow, there luscarawas co sherift s depart-,^ served a^ (he close of Ihe will be a display of the first ment. Effective as of Feb 1» the pr0gram. assaulting1 d ‘, t hv *Denms Dve 138 * president’s photograph, a letter, promotion carries with it a raise; jopics at fhe olher three ^%. 12 dt the ... . * 16 And Hnri.mpnts At I ah mors TV; in nav. \.,.ll u Mo.h 9 "P.™,,. and that Gov, Rhodes had prom used to secure needed legislation to pave the way for tran- fer of the land to the college. and documents at Lahmers TV; in pay Sales & Service store, 600 Tus Chamber of Commerce Presi- Meric Smith, 24, of 145 3rd st Juvenile New Philadelphia — Cited: 3rd dr NW, was found under a table at the center Saturday, ac-, „ . cordins lo center director Wade|ca:awas_ a.v'^W:_,h's.Clty; Palmer. jsions will be March 2, "Griev* Doriche has been employed ance Handling’,’ March 9, "Aras a deputy since May of 1961 Orations” and March 16, ‘‘Med- The articles are owned by j and will work as assistant in- jation and Collective Bargaining.” man of Dover; 20 grandchil-|ca„ at {*e funera, homp after sites ar^ to be presented at the Burkey, 23, of 2012 Delaware FIRE CALLS Earl Cline, who also will pre- vestigator with Chief Deputy sent a Washington recording at John Barlock as well as carry dren; seven great-grandchil dren and four sisters, Mrs. Henry J. Waldick, Mrs. Harry Ross and Mrs, Emmett McCombs, all of Dover and Mrs. Paul Berry of Cambridge and a brother, the Linn-Hert-Gcib Furniture Co. store, E. High ave, tomor- New Philadelphia — Called,row- 2 p. m. Tuesday. Columbus convention. Delegates dr, this city, $10, failure to sig- CLEVELAND (UPI) — An to the George Hendricks resi- [Will sift through them for a nal; Ronald Baker. 18, Sher- offdutv policeman was shot in dence, 1146 2nd st NW, at 5:09 ELIZABETH, N.J. decision and backers here would rodsville, $50, reckless opera- the abdomen with a bullet from p. m. Saturday where a light Mrs. Sind Icdcckcr °^er ,0 ^re* r'on: and Bred Milburn, 32. of' his own gun Sunday while try- bulb in a kitchen range explod- Mrs. Gladys Sindledecker, 64. sent, he added. 475 2nd st NE, this city, $15, ing to quiet a disturbance at a ed. They reported slight dam- He and others at the meet- speed for conditions. Bond for- friend's wedding party. out road duties A native of Dover, Doriche is a graduate of Dover St. Joseph’s high school where he (UPI) — served as assistant basketball Thieves broke into the home of coach for 20 years. He is a Andrew Bara Sunday, but made member of the Dennison Ameri- off with only one family;can Legion nnd the Buckeye February Birthdav Dinner M treasure—the Baras watchdog State Sheriffs’Assn. and has at- Regular meeting Harry Morgan of Dover. she f|1’s .Cd“ ’ of.a ,nP* including Force, c ounty I feits: Homer Williams, 33. Proc- Patrolman Cornelius lackson, vaueu iu nn luscarawas ave • ‘"c «« 'oici icnutu many law emorcemem B POE No 510 at 7 30 n m was preceded in death b\ three . a ’rr ome >n Si hool Supt Dr. Linton Honak- ter, W. Va., $32, overload. (Pa- 34, was in satisfactory condition NW, at 8:20 p. m. Sundav where! f°und tied to a fence post three schools in Stark and Summnt Three $25 door Drizes Lunch aaiem yesieraay. bne was the er, and New Philadelpiha School trol). c. i n—._i ^ ^ ---u_ ... t........ Ki^bc I----- v • age to the range. i..v. « .-> rraiciiuvgioiaic .iiicimb assh . aria nas ai- D m Called to 709 Tuscarawas avei^nooper. The pooch was later tended many law enforcement b POE daughter of the late W. J. and Supt. Dr. Jacob See, indicate J Alma (( opland) Wire. She mov- that the coming of Kent now is brothers and two sisters. Funeral services will be at 1:30 p. m. Wednesday in the To- _ _ ______ land-Herzig Funeral Home with ed 10 from this city 35 a reality and efforts should he GLASS ADS PAY! the Rev. Victor Gardner offici- years a&o and wa* a charter j extended toward securement of ating. Burial will be in Maple member of the Elks Auxiliary, a Nazarene school and vocation- Surviving are her husband, al school. C arl; son, William Mattevi of today at St. Luke’s Hospital O. W. Reynolds, 76, was having! Nocks awav, where he underwent surgery difficulty breathing. They ad- for removal of the bullet from ministered oxygen until he im- his abdomen. i proved. counties. 21-2t r Greve cemetery. Calling hou s at the funeral home are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow. Mrs. E. Smithyman Mrs, Elmer (Emma E ) to buy the land present it to the Poole said leading citizens, Salem, a brother, John W. Wire and the chamber of Commerce, of this city; three sisters, Mrs. had agreed Martha Fishburn of Wooster, needed and t Mrs. Nelle Winters of this city, Nazarenes. and Mrs. Robert Mallernee of Cnrthvman 06 on* of this citvj* stepdaughter, Mrs. enough land available for all rd st ? l r ' John larney ol Jefferson: six three schools and through nego- oldest residents, died at b.*o grandchildren and three great- tiation somethinc Derhans could ast night in the East Avenue prandrhflHrpn • "dll(>n -som(imn£ pernaps couin ...................................granacntidren. be workrd out t0 provicle decent All were agreed that there is 1 uneral services will be held sites for all three, at 1 p. m. Wednesday from the Dr See said that apparently communications had Nursing Home after a brief ill ness. Mrs. Smithyman a forme- Arbaugh-Pearce Funeral Home. ! lack of Cleveland resident, had lived Salem with hurial in v. a,o u here for the past 11 years with nue cemeterv New Phd id w0,k on dcve|opment a mere Mrs Gilbert Dodds ot T ClmeleP' Ncw Priiludcl- 0f plans for the two colleges, a niece, Mrs. Gilbert DOdds ot p|1ia Friends may call at the both of which he funeral home Tuesday. 930 Kaderly st NW. Born Feb 8, 1870 in Minerva, she was a daughter of Christian and Charlotte Shaffer and was a member of a Cleveland Lutheran church. Surviving are a number of nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, two sons, four brothers in 9 p. m Miss Lottie Clark termed good for the area. Kent is assured, he added, and church colleges offer programs others canno', programs for which many would like to ha\e their children at- Miss Lottie Clark, 221 E. 5th tend a four-year church school, st, Uhrichsville, was found dead ^llfl ihe assurance of Kent, at her home at 8:35 p. m. yes- *‘lf we ean get a four-year coi- terdav by Uhrichsville police. we should do all we can Miss Clark, who was found t0 encourage it,” he stated, is a need tor and four sisters. .. . ,.. ... Funeral services will be at °" 'hc floor o( hc,r t>a"''«-n> by add'ng that there officers, was last seen on Wednesday. The exact time of 11 a. m. Wednesday in the Kaserman-Naylor Funeral Home, with the Rev. H H. Hoover officiating. Burial will be ,n tno Knollwood cemetery of Mayfield Heights. Calling hours at the funeral home are 2 io 4 and 7 to 9 p m tomorrow. college in death is not known. She was born in Uhrichsville, the daughter of Harry and Samantha Powell Clark. She was a life resident there and a member of the ! church. i church-oriented Tuscarawas co. Dr. See said there apparently is no argument over location ot a vocational school. Commissioners indicated the land problem might be resolved Methodist today at a meeting at Kent between the trustees, their ar Mrs. Floreani Mrs. Mary Floream, 76. of 1285 Harmon ave, Akron, mother of Mrs. Guy Sciarim of W.un- wright, died of a heart attack in Akron General Hospital Saturday morning. Surviving in addition to Mrs. Seiarini, are her husband, Jack; three other daughters. Mrs. Joe (Elilia) Polsinelli and Mrs. Conrad (Helen) Spinner, both of Akron and a daughter in Daruvar. Yugoslavia; 10 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren, A brother, William Clark of chitect, and university officials Massillon, is the only close stir- relative to land usage. After vivor. A sister, Ohvp, is de- the meeting the Kent backers ccased- might have a more concrete Services will be at 3 p. m. >dea of what land is wanted tomorrow in R. K. Lindsey Fu- and needed, they said. neral Home in Dennison with ------------Rev. Arden Beck officiating burial will be in Lmon cemetery. Friends may cal! at funeral home from 7 to 9 night. to Tilton Rites Asks 550,000 For ,hc Crash Injuries A two-car crash Julv 20, lfH >4 on Wayne twp Road 442 has resulted in a suit for $50,000 damages being filed in Common Pleas Court here by Ollie Spear Funeral services for Mrs E. 518 Race st, Dover, against Hodgins Tilton, 73, former New John R Strauss, RI) 2, Dundee. Requiem Mass will be sung Philadelphia resident, who died Mrs. Spear alleges she was Saturday morning in Sarasota, injured when the Strauss vehicle m. Wednes- hit one driven by her husband, Presbyterian Andrew, and in which she was a passsenger. The Rev. Stuart Barr will of--------- Funeral Home arc at 9:30 a. m. tomorrow in St Peter's Catholic church, corner Fla., will be at 1 p of East and Russell aves, Ak- day in the First run. Friends will be received | church of this city, at the Ralph P. Cicioni Funer al Home, Buchtel and E. Mar- ficiale and burial will be in the Hert-Geib ket, Akron from 2 to 4 and 7 to Ebenezer cemeterv at Befhesda, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. to- 9 p. m. today. iO. Calling hours al the Linn- morrow. SPECIALS ONE DAY ONLY — TUES., FEB. 22ND FEATURED IN OUR CANDY DEFT. GIANT SIZE Hershey Bars Big Big Bars of Hershey Milk Hershey Almond — Hershey Krackel FOIL WRAPPED PURE MILK CHOC HERSHEY'S KISSES 2 lb. *1.00 112# .....SPECIAL * 400 COUNT PUFFS 19c STURDY WOOD STEP LADDERS Steel Braced Steps 4 FOOT $3.22 5 FOOT $3.82 6 FOOT $4.42 PLASTIC COATED PLAYING CARDS Doublr* Joker Decks Bridge, Canasta All Card Games. 2 nrx kn62c SMOOTH ROUND CLOTHES PINS 4 INCH SIZE ^ DOZ OOc ! 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