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Full text of "New Jersey vital records from Monmouth Democrat [1937-1942 : obituaries, marriages, etc.]"

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RSVNOL.DS HlSTOR^cr, 
3ENEALOGY COLLECTION 



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NEW JiRSEY 
VITAL RECORDS 







Published A^'eeldy on Thursday at 35 V.est Main St., j 
Freehold, Xcw Jersey. j 



Compiled b-^' 

Mrs.B.C.AalQen:.iair 
Mrs. Faith Stoek LtSKiain 



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I Obituary J^otices. 

! Mrs. Sarah C. Applegate 

j Mrs. Sarah C. Applegate, aged 79 
years, died on Fiiday at her home 
near Adclphia. where she had been 
a lite lc.ng resident. Funeral se^ 
^ vices were held on Tuesday atter- 
fnoon at the C. H. T. Clayton a 
I Son funeral home, with Rev. Wil- 
liam B. Magsam. pastor of tne 
Adelphia Methodist church, officiat- 
ing. Interment was made in Ader- 
;phia cemetery. 

1 She is survived by two sons, L,es- 
ter and William Applegate; six 
grandchildren, and two great-grand- 
children. She was a member of the 
'Adelphia Methodist church, and or 
the Daughters of Liberty, in Fret- 
hold. ^ 'X''o}ifd 

John 3L Apiilcgate 
I John M. Applegate, a resident of' 
New York Boulevard, Sea Girt for 
the past 15 yeais, died at his home, 
there early Friday morning. Fu- j 
neral services were held on Mon-j 
day afternoc-n at his late home, ! 
j with Rev. W. Taylor Dale, of Point ; 
{Pleasant, officiating. Interment was! 
j made in Atlantic View cemetery, i 
i Manasquan, in charge of Funeral \ 
! Director C. H. T. Clayton & Son,' 
I of Adelpliia. | 

1 Mr. Applegate, who was a car- ; 
penter, is survived by his wife, Mrs. \ 
I Jane WooUey Applegate; two sons, i 
Ichailes Ji. -Applegate, Plainfleld; 
' and Reginald \V. Applegate of j 
j Spring Lake; and one sister, Mrs. | 
Bannah Reuben of Spring Lake, ! 

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I Mrs. Mirinie Applegate j 

I Mrs. Minnie Applegate died on' 
[Wednesday morning at her home' 
■in Adelphia, after a long illness.' 
jShe was 55 years old and was the' 
'daughter of the It-le Charles Bear-, 
more, who was killed i.n April in 
Adelphia, and Louise Bodemer. Fu- , 
neral services will be held on Sat-, 
urday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the ' 
C. H. T. Clayton & Sen funeral 
home in Adelphia, with the Rev. 
William E. Mapsam, pastor of the 
Adelphia Methodist church, officiat- 
ing. Interment will be in Adelphia 



Mr 






her husband, Lester, of Adelphii . 
one son. George Applegate of J-ree- 
hold; one sister, Mrs. Harry Wag- 
ner of Asbury Park, and two bro- 
thers, Millard F. Bearmore of Adel- 
phia, and Arthur T. Bearmore of 
Seaside Park. ■^'//(>/-^(. ■ 

■ Mrs. Cora May AngeU 

Mrs. Cora May Angell, aged 60 
year.*!, who v-3s a hoi:sekecper at 
the home of William Matthews at 
Farmingdale, died lost Thursday 
morning at Fitkir. hospital at Nep- 
tune. Funeral services were held 
on Sunday afternoon at the C. H. T. 
Clayion & Son funeral home at 
Adelphia, with Rev. William B. 
Magsam, pastor of the Adelphia 
Methodist church, omdating. In- 
terment was made in Evergreen 
ce.iietery, Farmingdale. 
' Mrs. Angell is survived by one 
daughter, Mrs. Pauline Lynch of 
N.w York City. ///,7/Vc; 



VanXcst — Alberts | 

I A quiet v.-edding took place on 
September 20th at the par^onai-e ' 
I of the Methodist church, English- 
I town, when Miss Mary VanXe'st of 
[Plainfield, and John Alberts of 
,Scc.tch Plains, were united in mar- 
riage. The ceremony was per-' 
^formed by Dr. Samuel R. Latham i 
I pastor of the church, 'ij l-„ / .y-,,! 'l 
I Mrs. Lonnie Alston 

Mrs. Lonnie AL^toii, aged 39 years,' 
died on Saturday at her home near 
here. Funeral services were held 
en Tuesday afternoon at the 
W. H. Freeman funeral home, with 
Rev. W. A. Parham, pastor of the, 
Second Baptist church, officiating. 
Interment was made in the Per- 
ry Chapel cemetery at Lewisburg, 
North Carolina. She is survived by 
her husband, Frank Alston.7 j^ ..^^.1 

Mrs. Marj' Amanda Anderson ( 

Mrs. Mary Amanda Anderson,: 
widow of John William Anderson, j 
ning at the home i 



died on Fr 
of her so: 



held 



the 



and at 3 o'clocl 
, Grove Methodist 
Robert S, Childs, 
and DeBow Met 
ficiating Interl 
Pleasant Grove 
of Funeral Dircc 



ist churches, of- 
it was made in 
letery in charge 
C. H. T. Clayton 



& Son of Adelphia. 

Besides the son mentioned, Mrs. 
Andersen is survived by three other 
sens, Oscar B. and Bert, of Smith- 
burg; and Earl, of L*esville; two 

sisters, Mrs. Tunis Worth of S.mlth- 
burg, -and Mrs. Cert Anderson of 
Freehold: and five gra.ndchildren. 

Mrs. Anderson was born in Free- 
hold township, the daughter of 
George W. and Mary Ann Anderson 



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a member of the Siloam Methodist 
church, the Daughters of America, 
Council No. 44 of Smithburg; and 
of the Daughters of Liberty, of 
Jackson's M.lls^^^ ^/6/-/ • 

i Garret E. Anderson 



home of Oscar Andersen, with 
: vjhom he lived, near Smithburg. 
held on Sun- 



I'lces 



at 



'Grove Methodist church, with Rev. 
Robert S. Child of Ardena, and 
Rev. A. C. Hewitt of Pleasant 
Grove, officiating. Interment v/as 

■made in the Pleasant Grove ceme- 
tery in charge of Funeral Director 
C. H. T. Clayton & Son of Adelphia. 

1 Mr. Anderson is survived by one 



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.Farmingdale; 

I id Thompsor 
brother, Sarr 
Smithburg. He wcs born at Leos- 
ville. the s^n of John G. and Penel- 
epy Reynolds Anderson. 7 / 7 / # <r 

Henry Anderson ^ - ; tj j?'! 
I Henry Anderson, aged 6S years, a | 
I former resident of Jackson's Mills, 
Idled on Wednesday at the State: 
Hospital at Marlboro. Funeral scr-| 
I vices were held on Friday after-, 
noon at the VanSant Colonial Home' 
on South Street, conducted by Rev.' 
A. L. Linder. pastor of the First 
Baptist Church. Interment was in 
the State Hospital Cemetery. 






Obituary J^lotices. 



George M. Atkinson 

e M. Atkinson, aged 84 
years. -Kell known local harness i 
maker, died on Friday afternoon at ' 
bis home at 12 Union Avenue. Fu- * 
neral services were held on Men- 1 
day afternoon at his home, with , 
Rev. Albert L. Linder, pastor of the ' 
First Baptist church, offlciatmg. In- 
terment was made in Maplewood 
cemetery in charge of Funeral Di- j 
rector C. H. T. Claj-ton & Son of 
Adelphia. ! 

He is survived by his wife, Mrs. 
fjouella Gordon Atkinson; and his 
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and 
Mrs. Harry Atkinson, at home. He 
v/as a member of the local Baptist ' 
church, and of the Jr. O. U. A. M. 
council at Englishtown. ) 

j Mr. Atkinson and his son con- ; 
'ducted the harness making and re- 
pairing business in the market j 
yard here for a number of years. ' 
!a few months ago, when the lion-' 
I mouth House building was sold as 
i a site for a market, they moved 
i their business to Mechanic Stieet. i 

William C. Anderson 
Funeral services for William C. 
Anderson were held from his late 
home. Lake View place, Lakewood, 
jcn Sunday afternoon at 1 o'cloc?:. 
land at 2 o'clock from the Perrin*^- 
ville church, with the Rev. Robert 
S. Childs, ofHciating. Interment 
■was in Perrineville cemeterj-. In 
charge of C. H. T. Clayton & Son. 
Mr. Anderson was 70 years old , 
and was born in Red Bank, the 
son of Eliaa and Sarah Ward An- 
.derson. He was a lumberj-ard 
foreman in Lakewood. and dieC at 
his home last Thursday afternoon. 
The deceased is sui^-ived by his 
Ti-ife. Mrs. Laura Storer Anderson, 
Lakewood; five daughters, Mrs. 
Henry 'White and Mrs. Joseph 
Huber, of Freehold; MUs Carrie; 
Mae Anderson, Spring Lake; Mrs. I 
of Hlghtstown;; 
Lakewood ; and ! 



Frank Hutch i 
Mrs. Jack Cor 
on« son, William Anderson, Jr., of 
Osbornville: twxj brothers, Elias 
Anderson of Toms River; and 
Georxe Anderson of Lakewood; and 
two sisters, Mrs. Charles Storer, 
Hightstown, and Mrs. Harriott 
Burdge of Ashui-y Park. %/(f Vj / 

I Mrs. Kuth D. Anderson 

! Mri. Ruth D. Anderson, a teacher 
'in the Howell towTiShip consolidat- 
|ed school, died suddenly at her 
I home near Allenwood on the Spring 
I Lake road, on Saturday. She was 
'37 years old. She is survived by 
I'her husband. Elmer E. Anderson; 
'her father James DeEow of Van- 
IHiseville; two sisters, Mrs. Eliza- 
jbeth Blum of New Yoik city, and 
JMiss Eleanor DeBow of 'VanHrsi- 
Iville. 

I Funeral services were held on 
j Monday at 2:30 at the Clayton fu- 
•neral home, Adelphia, followed by 
{interment in the Adelphia ceme- 



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WEDDING 


NOTICES ! 


Hampton - 


--Addison 


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On Sunday afternoon. Mi 
ion Hampton of Jersej-\illf, 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren 
ton of Spring Lake, was u 
marriage to Joseph Addis 
cf Mrs. Ida Addison, Jersey 
the Rev. Samuel G. Grahan 
Ardena Baptist church. 


ss Max- 
daugh- 
Hamp- 

lited in 

vilie, by 
I of the 



ad George W. Apple 



Applegate 



I tery- 



Applegate - - - Raine-i -'. If-' 
Miss Bland Joan Raine of Nep- 
tune. £ " ~ — " 
of Mr 
of Adelphii 
rlage at Fredericksburg. Va., on 
Sunday, Feb. 5th. ""-■- -"- 

Celebrated Golden Wedding 

r. and Mrs. Charles W. Apple- 
of Adelphia, celebrated their 
50th wedding anniversary, quietly 

heir home last Saturday. Mr. 
Applegate, son of David Applegate 
and Caroline Dey, and Miss Amy 
Southai-d, daughter of David South- 

and Rhoda Ann Hulse, both of 
Georgia schoolhouse section, 

; united in marriage at the 
bride's home by the late Rev. Hen- 
ry Wescott. then pastor of the Ar- 

i Baptist church. The bride's 

nts, and Miss Hattie Wescott. 
daughter of the pastor, and George 
Leonard, a relative of the groom. 

i the witnesses. Mr. Leonard, 
who resides at Farmingdale, is the 
:.nly surviving witness. 

During most of their married 
life, Mr. Applegate has been em- 
ploj'ed by the year on farm,'? of the 
late James Henry Stillwell, the 
late Robert Morris, William F. 
Madge, Carlton Lambertson, Ever- 

L«imbertson and others. Mr. Ap- 

ate. at 75 years of age, has been 
helping nearby farmers cut pota- 
toes this spring. Mrs. Applegate is 
65 years of age. 

They have four children: Mrs. 
'hillip Irons, Lakewood; Mrs. Har- 
ry Scott, Nazareth, Pa.; Mrs. Frank 
Brown, Freehold; Mrs. Russell 

imerstone, Jr., Lakewood road; 
a son Russell, who with his 
family resides with his parent.^. 

Biras Alnicruis 

an attractive Spring wedding, 

i Elizabeth Eiras, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. John Biras of 6 Wil- 

L Street, became the brMe cf 
Jerry Almenas, son of Mr. and Mrs, 

:ik Almenas of 2 Spring Street, 
Matav/an, on Sunday afturnoon at 

:;ock in St. Rose of Lima Cath- 
olic church. The ceremony was' 
performed by the Rev. John A. 
Kucker, pastor. U-'Q^U-A/^^ 

Scadis Anson 

Miss Jean Scadis, daughter of Mr. 
ind Mrs. Michael Scadis, Ravine 

likge to Zane Anson, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Walter Anson, Freehold, 
on Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock 
in St. Joseph's Catholic church at 
Kcyport. The cei cmony was per- 
formed by the Rov John P. Burke 
pastor. / y SZ-y/ 



Obituary jNlotices.' 

Mrs. I«aura I« Allen 

Mrs. Laura L. Allen died at her 
home on the Spring Lake— Allaire 
road, Allenwood, on Tuesday after 
a long illness. She was 72 years 
old and was born in Allenwood, the 
daughter of Christopher Kommen 
and Mar.v Huguenot. She was a 
charter member of Allenwood Coun- 
cil No. 66, D. of A. 

! Funeral services will be held Fti-] 
; day afternoon at 2 o'clock at her 
late home with the Rev. Paul Jas- 



odes, officic 



ing. 



vill 



j of C. H. T. Clayton & Son. 

Mrs. Allen is survived by her hus- 
I band, William R. Allen; one son, 
j Vernon L., of Man.isquan, and three 
{ daughters, Mrs. Jerome C. Scmon, 
Staten Island; Mrs. Edward M. Mor- 
! ton, and Mrs. Ernest P. Clayton. 
I Allenwood. Seven grandchildren al- 

I Mrs. Catlierino Allgor 

' F^ineral services for Mrs. Cath- 
erine Allgor were held on Wednes- 
day morning at 10:30 at__the Free- 
man funeral home on East Main 
street, with the Rev. John H. 
Schwacke, pastor of St. Peter's 
Episcopal church, officiating. Inter- 
ment was in Maj.lewood cemetery. 
Mrs. Allgor was 85 years old and 
died on Saturday at the Welfare 
Home. She was a former resident 
of Belmar. Nieces and nephews are 
the nearest sun,'ivors. .- / '- ■ ; 7 / 

Mrs. Caroline Atkinson I 



last Satur- 



' Mis. Carcline 
.her home in Ard- 

day. Her body was removed to the 
|C. H. -T. Clayton & Son funeral 
^horne at Adelphia, where funeral 
I services were held on Tuesday af- 
jttrnoon at 2 o'clock with tno Rev. 

Samuel G. Graham, pastor of the 
jArdena Baptist church, offlciating. 
j Interment was in Evergreen ceme- 



ingd.->. 



I Mrs. Atkinson was born in Hor- 
neistown, 88 years ago, the daugh- 
ter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John 
Goldy. She is survived by a sister- 
in-law, Mrs, Louella Atkinson and 
a nephew, Harry Atkinson of Union 
i-venue. C' ' ^, -Y/ 



Mrs. Lena Arnold I 

Mrs. Lena Arnold, aged 67 years, 
died on Monday night at Fitkin 
hospital. She lived at Farmingdale. I 
Funeral services will be held thi.s I 
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the C. H ' 
T. Clayton & Son funeral home at ' 
Adelphia, v/ith the Rev. Harry: 
Styles, pastor of the Glendola 
Methodist church, officiating. In-! 
ferment will be made in Glendola 
cemetery. She is curvived by her I 
h'J.'band, Eugene Arnnld.J//^^/^ i j 

Mrs. Eliza Austin 

i Funeral service.^; for Mrs. Eliza 
; Austin, colored, si>^ter of Mrs. Ma-^ 
j "lie Robinson of Avenue A, were' 
iheld at 2 p. m. on Wednesday at. 
I funeral parlors in Matawan, Rev.! 
\\. A. Parham of the Freehold Se-j 
cond B.iptlst church conducted thei 



Wedding rJotices 



VanKleeck - - - .Viide 



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ding. Miss Jean R. VanKloeck 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chestei 
VanKleeck of 30 Ford avenue, was 
united in marriage to Warren J. 
Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Per- 
cy Anderson of 7 First street, on 
Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock in 
St. Rose c.f Lima Catholic cnurch. 
The ceremony was performer Liy 
the pastor, R ev. John A. Kucker. 

Gombeskl Accisa.no j 

St. Rose c.f Lima Catholic church 1 
was the scene of a very pretty sum- 
mer wedding on last Sunday after- 
noon at 4 o'clock, when Miss Ca- 
mille Gombeski, daughter of Mr. | 
and Mrs. John Zyniewicz of 48' 
Hariison avenue, Englishtown, was! 
united in marriage to Charles Ac- 1 
i cisano, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nicho- 
jlas Accisano of 31 Hudson street. 
I The double ring ceremony was per- 
, formed by the Rev. John A. Kuck- 
I cr, pastor, in the presence of a 
j large number of relatives and 
'friends. '^ / ' '' I -r ( 

\ Ambermans Wed 56 Years 

! Mr. and Mrs. John A. Amberman' 
[Of Tennent celebrated their 56th' 
wedding anniversary on Tuesday, j 
All day there was a constant stream 
I of their many friends and neigh- 
jbors calling to congratulate them. 
j They were also the recipients of 
, numerous bouquets, gifts and caiids, 
I Though neither Jlr. nor Mrs. Am- 
■ berman have been well lately, both 
were in good spirits, and much im- 
I proved on Tuesday. Receiving with 
! them, were their daughter. Mrs. 
Martin R. Van Siclcn, Mr. Van 
Siclen and the Misses Ruth and 
Dorothy Van Siclen. . - ,-- 



Obituary ]\[ot:ices. 

D. Christopher Anderson 

D. Christopher Anderson, aged 73 
years, died on Saturday at the home 
of his nephew, George Anderson, on 
Arlington Avenue, Lakewood. where 
he lived for the past eight years. 
His body was removed to the fu- 
neral home of Director C. H. T. 
Clayton & Son at Adelphia. Funeral 



Tue 



>'clock, 



, Willi! 



day afternoon at 
2 o'clock at the I 
Church, in charge 
Magsam, pastor. Interment was 
made in Harmony Cemetery by 
Director Clayton. Mr. Anderson is 
: survived by several nieces and nep- 
I hews. _^^^^ ;///-J/- 

I George Arrington 

I George Arrington, aged 65 years, 
■ a pensioner of the Spanish-Ameri- 
can War, died suddenly of a heart 
■attack, last Wedne.-day evening. 
, while playing billiards in Bud 
'Graham's Recreation Hall. Allen- 
I town. He had made hi."! home the 
■past six months at the Allentown 
Hotel. Survivors arc three sons, 
one in Pittsburgh, and two in New 
York City. Richard K. Delancy. 
mortician, of New York City, ar- 
ranged for the burial. / -, ^ - ' 



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Obituary Notices.; 
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Mrs. Dora Alston. I 

Mrs. Dora Alston, aged 49 years, I 
died on Wednesday, December 8th. | 
at her home on the Freehold-Lake-' 
wood road. Her body was sent by] 
Director W. H. Freeman, to Perry| 
Chapel. North CaroUna, where fun- 
eral services were held on Sunday] 
afternoon, followed by burial there. ' 
She is survived by her husband.^ 
Robert Alston, and tour sons and i 
two daughters. /'^/'^/^O ] 

Mrs. Mar>- Applegale 

Mrs. Mar>- Applegate, aged 79 
years, widow of Joseph Applegate, 
died at her home t,t Cream Ridge, 
on Satuiday, following a long ill- 
ness. Funeral services were held 
at the Church of the Assumption at 
; New Egj-pt, on 'Wednesday mora- 
I ing, when requiem mass was cele- 
' brated by Rev. Thomas Gribbin of 
I AUentown. Interment was made in 
j the adjoining cemetery, in charge 
I of Funeral Director C. H. T. Clay- 
j ton & Son of Adelphia. 
I She is sun.-ived by two daughters, 
1 Mrs. Mae Emily of Cream Ridge, 
I and Mrs. Essie Parker of Allen- 
town, Pa.; and three sons, Albert 
Riley, a teacher »t the West Free- 
hold School; Howard Ajplegate of 
Cream Ridge, and James Applegate 
of Lakewood. <^ - < ^j y 

Frank .\pplegate 

Frank Applegate, aged 74 yeais, 
a retired farmer, died on Friday atj 
his home in Robbinsville. Services 
1 were conducted by Rev. G. W. Scar- 
I borough on Tuesday afternoon at 
' the funeral home of W. T. Saul & 
Son of Nottingham Way. Intern 
was in Emicys Hill Cemetery. 

He was a resident of Upper F 
hold for a number of years, 
sides his widow he is survived by 
three daughteis, Mrs. Harley John- 
son of AUentown, Mrs. Charles Rob- 
bins of Beverly and Mrs. Clinton 
Paul of Riverton; a son, John of 
Robbinsville; and eleven grandchil- 
dren. V- '^i/iy 1 

Mrs. Elizabeth D. Anderson ; 

! Mrs. Elizabeth D. Anderson, aged 
70 years, died on Monday evening! 

■at her home, 610 State Highway in I 

I Spring Lake Heights. Funeral ser-l 
vices were held at her late home on! 
Wednesday afternoon conducted byj 
Rev. Donald Phillips, pastor of the I 
Spring Lalie Heights M. P. church. 
Interment was made in Riverview 
Cemetery, Trenton, in charge of 
F^jneral Director C. H. T. Clayton 
of Adelphia. Mrs. Anderson, who 

' was the widow of Elmer Anderson, 
is survived by one son Elmer, Jr., 
of Lakewood: and one brother, 
William VanHise of Trenton. i 

Mrs. Cora AnderjAi. -• 

rs Cora Anderson, aged about I 
70 years, died at the Marlboro State 
Hospital on Wednesday night, Feb.! 
d. Funeral services were held' 
Friday afternoon at the VanSant 
Colonial Home conducted by Rev. 



Anderson 



G. G. Hor 



par- 



ent Cemetery. 

1 by tv.'o children, 

ah Riddle of Hull 
. Mrs. Henry Scott: 
Mrs. Henry Rey-| 

irg and Mrs. L. 



Stephc 

Stephen P. Anderson, ageJ 5" j 
years cf AUentown. passed away ; 
late Wednesday night, Dec. 22nd at I 
Dr. Farmer's Hospital in Allen- 1 
town, after an illness of several I 
weeks. 

Funeral services were held Sun- • 
day afternoon at his late residence 
conducted by Rev. H. D. S. Coates 
and Rev, Charles H. Anderson of 
Allentown. Interment was in Al- 
lentown Methodist Cemetei-y. 

Survivors beside his wife include 
five daughters, Mrs. Hannah An- 
derson, Mrs. Violet Southard, Mrs. 
Edna Ireland, Doris and Ena An- 
derson; four brothers, Harry of Jer- 
sey City, David, Raymond and 
John of Long Branch, and two sis- 
ters, Mrs. Joseph Howland of Sa- 
I lem and Mis. Edward Claj-ton of 
I Long Branch. ^m ^^ '-.y ' 

MRS. ARROWSMITH 90 
YEARS OLD 

Active In Many Civic 
Enterprises 

Mrs. Mary A. Arrowsmith of 53 
Hudson Street, observed her 90th 
birthday at her home, last Friday. 
Mrs. Arrowsmith has always been 
interested in civic enterprises for 
the betterment of Freehold, being 
particularly interested in the ad- 
'vancement of the local fire depart- 
ment and the establishment of a 
theatre in Freehold, years ago. 

Within the past few years, she 
presented a beautiful holly tree to 
the Borough, and it was placed in 
the park at the intersection of 
Broadway and East Main Street, ; 
replacing the old German cannon,: 
a World W^ar memento. She has 
been active in gardening work, and 
still has her own little flower gar- 
den at home. 

Mrs. Arrov/smith was born in 
Hudson County, the daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson. 
While she was a girl, the family 
moved to Ke>-port, where her father 
engaged in oyster planting. She 
was married to Eusebius Arrow- 
smith, and they lived in Kej-port 
and New York City for short per- 
iods before coming to Freehold, 
where she has since lived. . Mr. Ar- 
rowsmith died many ye.irs ago. 
They had six children four of whom 
are still living. They arc Miss 
Belle Arrowsmith, a former tet;cher 
of manual arts in the Freehold 
Public Schools, and who lives with 
her mother; Thomas 'V. Arrov.-smith 
of Long Branch, a deputy state at- 
torney general; James Arrowsmith 
of Chicago; and Eusebius Arrow- 
smith, who lives in the South. 

I Joseph ^\■. Asson | 

■ Joseph W. Asson, aired 53 years, 
I of Upper Freehold, died suddenly 
at the home of his brother, Thomas 
Asson of New Egypt on Friday 
I morning of a stroke and a hcmmor- 
i hage. Funeral services were held 
ion Monday from the home of his, 
I brother, conducted by Rev. David 
i Morgan. Interment was in Jacobs- 
I town Cemetery. 

I He was Ju.^tice of the Peace for^ 
I a number of years, and Recorder of 
i the township. He has operated the 
: mail through Ca.ssvillo for the past j 
i twelve year?. j 

three brother.s and several nephews | 
and nieces. jy._j,^jj'| 



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sire, .\niilc M. Atkins 
Jlrs. Chetw^Tl Miller 

rs. Annie M. Atkins, aped 
■5. for many years companio 
home of Mr. and Mrs. Will 
Stokes on Vought Avenue, and who 
re recently lived at the home ( 
, and Mrs. Walter Kennedy o 
Stokes Street, died on Thursday ! 
Fitkin Hospital at Neptune. 
Her sister, Mrs. Jennie Mille 
,'ifo of Chetwj-n Miller of 49 Heck 
Lvenue, Ocean Grove, died at her 
om.e on Saturday morning. She 
•as 67 years old. 

Funeral services for Mrs. Atkins 
■ere held at the Clayton Funeral 
tome at Adelphia, on Sunday af- 
MT.oon; and for Mrs. Miller on 



■ Tuesda 



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, als 



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Clav- 

on Funeral Home. Burial for both ' 

i-as in Maplewood Cemetery here, j 

They were born In Englishtown, i 

he daughters of the late Margaret I 

Mark and William Campbell. They' 

re survived by three sisters, Mrs.' 

Margaret S. Ocker and Mrs. Selena, 

both of R. F. D. 3, Free- j 

hold, and Mrs. Emma Taylor of j 

Trenton; and two brothers, Andrew I 

. Campbell of Marlboro, and Wil- 

iam G. Campbell of Adelphia. | 

Mrs. Miller is also survived by her I 

husband, and two daughters, Mrs. 

Sofield of Asbury Park, and 

Mrs. Edgar L. Murphy of Farming- I 

and four grandchildren. j 

3. Atkins was the widow of J.' 

ell Ackins. .<y/z/,^ 

J/Jolrn R. Allaire 

R. Allaire, aged 6G years, 
one of the pioneer merchants of 
Farmingdale, died at his home 
there on Saturday evening. Funeral 
services were held from his late 
homo on Tuesday afternoon, con- 
ducted by Rev. Charles M. Hogate, 
pastor of the Manasquan Methodist 
Church, assisted by Rev. Kenneth 
Kingston, of fhe Farmingdale M.E.I 

■ Church,, of which Mr. Allaire was 
: a member. Interment was made 
[ in Evergreen Cemetery, Farming- 

■ dale, in charge of Funeral Director 
C. H. T. Claj-ton & Son of Adelphia. 

He is survived by his wife, Mrs. 
Louise Andrew Allaire; one son, 
1 John, Jr., of Farmingdale; one 
daughter, Mrs. Myron Taylor 
Ohio; and one sister, Mr.s. Laura 
Buckalew of Point Pleasant. 

Jlrs. Alice Anlonides 

Mri. Alice Antonides, aged 78 
years, widow of John F. Antonides, 
of Red Bank, died Sunday after- 
noon at her home. Funcial ser- 
! vices were held on Wednesday af- 
' ternoon from her late home with 
the Rev. James Dykman, a former 
pastor of the Reformed church of 
Red Bank, ofFiciating. Interment 
<-.as made in the family plot at 
MapleWL^od cemetery, in Freehold. | 
M's, Antonides was horn in Marl-l 
boro Township, the daughter of 
John and ilaigarct Jane Gordo 
She had lived in Red Bank for 30 
, years where she was a member of 
the First Methodist church, 
was a member of the Perth Amboy 
Council 14, Sons and Daughters of 
Liberty. 

Survivors include a son, G,;oige 
H., living at home; a sister, Mrs. 
ison of p^rcehold; a 
iam Goidon of Holm- 
eral grandchildren. 



Obituary ]\[otices. 



Mre. Lilian S. Applegale 

Mrs. Lilian S. Applegate, aged 72 
years, widow of Charles S. Apple- 
gate, died on Friday night at her- 
home in Spring Lake Heights. Fu- 
neral services were held at the • 
Clayton Funeral Home, Adelphia, 
on Tuesday at 2 o'clock, and at 
2:30 at the First Dutch Reformed 
Church, Freehold, with the Rev 
William L. Sahler, officiating In- 



She is survived by 14 children: 
Harvery S,, Avon; Mrs. George A 
Errickson, Englishtown; Mrs. Wal- 
ter F. Gierman, Hightstown; Rich- 
ard F., Bay Head; Thomas C, 
Farmingdale; Mrs. L. L. Schanck 
Villa Park; Mrs. Taylor W. Hance, 
Hoimdel; Roy E., Belmar; Milton 
S., Bradley Beach; Mrs. J. Milton 
Cook, Manasquan; George H., Fort 
Scott, Kan.; Mrs. J. Truman Morli- 
Spring Lake Heights; Mrs 
William J. Mass, Neptune, and Miss 
Florence E., Spring Lake Heights; 
two brothers, William Stillwell 
Renssaler, N. Y.; Fletcher C. Stilil 
well, Plainfield; four sisters: Mrs 
Holmes Dilatush, Jerseyville; Mrs 
John A. Orr. White Horse; Mrs. 
Harry F. Story, Renssaler; Mrs. 
William Asay, Manasquan; and 20 
grandchildren and two gi-eat-grand- 
children. 

Charles Richard Applegate 

Charles Richard Applogate, age 6 
years, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles 
Abijah Applegate of Englishtown, i 
died on Friday at Fitkin Ho.spital 
where he had been a patient for j 
the past two weeks. Funeral ser-| 
vices were held on Monday &t 2:30 
p. m., at the home of his parents 
with the Rev. Robert H,. Buche, 
pastor of Central Presbyterian 
church of New York, formerly pas- 
tor at Englishtown, officiating. In- 
terment was made at Old Tennent 
church, under the direction of J 
Laird Hulse. 

Besides his parents, the boy is 
survived by his grandparents, Mr, 
and Mrs. C, A. Applegate, and Mr. 
and Mrs. Thomas Davis. .^- i -V--- ^ 

Mrs.. Sarah Blanche Allen 



■ Funeral • 
vices will be held at 2 o'clock Fri- 
day afternoon at her late home 
conducted by Rev. Paul Jassimedes, 
pastor of tlie AUcnwood M p' 
church. Interment will be in the 
Allenwood cemetery in charge of 
C. H. T. Clnyton & Son of Adelphia 
She IS survived by her husband. 
Arch H. Allen, and two sons F 
Herbert and Ralph D. Allen.'both 
at home; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 
Harvey S. Herbert; and four sis- 
ters. Miss Hilda Herbert, Mrs. El- 
sie Hyers, Mrs. Grace Cooper, and I 
Mrs. Dorothy Sharpe, all of Allon- 
"',°°.'l; *'"' "^^ ^ member of Star! 
of Allenwood Council, Daughters of 

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Mrs. Althea Allgor | 

Mrs. Althea Allgor, aged 92 years, | 
died on Tuesday evening at the 
home of her daughter, Mrs. George 
E. Rogers at New Bedford, with 
whom she lived. Funeral services 
will be held there on Friday after- 
noon at 2 o'clock, conducted by 
Rev. Charles M. Hogate of the 
Manasquan M. K. church. Inter- 
ment will be made in Atlantic View 
Cemetery, Mana.--qufn, in charge of 
Funeral Director C. U. T. Clayton 
& Son of Adelphia. She has been 
a member of the Wall M. E. church 
for OTer 50 years. h'_ ; S'^'^ ^ 



Sire. Helen Abbot 

Mrs. Helen Abbot, wife of Ji 
Abbot of Paiker Street, dice 
Tuesday morning at Monn 



tient, in the Potter at Son ambu- 
lance. 

Funeral services will be held on ' 
Friday afternoon, at 1:30 o'clock, 
at her late home, and at 2 o'clock j 
at the First Presbyterian church, 
with the Rev. George G. Horn, pas- . 
tor, officiating, ^^nterment will be 1 
made in Maplewood cemetery, in! 
charge of Funeral Director W. H.! 
, Freeman. ^ | 

Besides her husband, Mrs. Abbot! 






'Mis 



the 



Elizabeth 



Nellie and Anna Abbot, and 
nurse on the staff of 
the Monmouth County Organization 
for Social Service; and who was 
married on Saturday to Arnold 
Dale of Jackson Street here. Mrs. 
Abbot is al.so survived by relatives ' 
living in Scotland /y- 'ir—'S 7 j 

' Jl? Mrs. Enima Gray Allison '^cf 

Mrs. Emma Gray Allison, widow 
of James L. Allison, died Tuesday 
night at the home of her nephew, 
Arthur W. Kinney at Millhurst. Fu- 
neral services were held today 
ick at the 
th Rev. W. 
jL. Sahlcr, pastor of the Freehold 
Reformed church, ofRciating. Inter- 



tery, Sussex, 
rector W. H. 
survivors are 



by Funeral Di- 
nan. Her only 
! and nephews. 



AVilli-.im .4Iporn. 

William Alpern. First street, died 
last Thursday, at Monmouth Me- 
morial Hospital, Long Branch, fol- 
lowing an operation the previous 
day. He had been ill for some time. 
He was 5ti years old and had resid- 
cc' here for 30 years, where he ope- 
rated a junk business. j 

Funeral services were held the 
same day at 4 o'clock, conducted by 
Kabbi Isadorc ScJomun and inter- 
ment was made in the Freehold He- 
brew Cemetery by W. H. Freeman. 

Paul Adamin 

Paul Adamin, aged 49 years, died 
on Friday at the State Hospital at 
ilarlboro. Funeral services were 
held on Monday nio.rning at the 
■VanSant Colonial Home on South 
Street, with Rev. Louis F. Cogan, 
■pastor of St. Gabriel's Catholic i 
[church at Bradevelt, officiating. In- 
i ferment was made in the State 
! Hospital cemetery bv Director 'Van- 



SOUTHARO WOMAN 
KILLED IN CRASH 

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^ Mrs. Zinaida Axenenkoff, 4S, oi 
Southard, died on Monday at Paul 
Kimball hospital, Lakewood, from 
injuries sustained in on automobile 
accident a few hours before, on 
^ Route 4, a few miles north of Toms 
, River. 

j She was a pa'ssenger in a car driv- 
, en by her husband, Michael, a How- 
j el! township poultry farmer, which 
collided with a car driven by Jc-hn 
; Henderson, Fulton avenue, Lake- 
Henderson was ordered to be 



held 



the 



of the Peace 
Toms River, 
jusing death 



hearing before Ji 
Benjamin J. Nov 
He is charged w 
with an automo.bile. 

Mrs. Axenenkoff suffered a frac- 
ture of the right arm and leg and 
internal injuries. 



The body 



ved 



the C 

H. T. Clayton and Son Funeral home 
r.' Adelphia. 

Funeral services for Mrs. Axen- 
enkoff were held on Monday at 8 
p. m., at St. Ale.xander's Church, 
Southard. Interment was made in 
A^ocdlawn Cemetery, Lakewood. 

Besides her husband she is sur- 
ivivea by one son, AnatoUy. 
I Harry B. Ayres i, |^--.n I 

I Harry B. Ayres, aged 59 yea/s, I 
I died last Thursday evening at his! 
; home in Ocean Grove. Funeral 
. services were held on Monday at I 
2 p. m. at his home with the Rev.! 
! Carlton VanHook of St. PauVs M.l 
|E. church of Ocean Grove, offlciat- 1 
I ing. Interment was made in the ' 
I Colonial Cemetei-y, White Horse, by 1 
" " ~ Clayton and Son of Adel- ' 



;c. H. 

ihia. 
Mr. Ayres ■ 



born in Jerseyville, ' 
I the son of James Ayres and Mar-; 

garet Layton. 

I He was a member of the O. G. 1 
I Lodge, F- and A. M. j 

I He is survived by his wife, Mrs. I 

Nellie Eldridge Ayres; a brother,; 
I James of Asbury Park; two sisters, 
[Mrs. Lillian Hver of Freehold, and' 
jMrs. Melissa Miller of Manasquan.! 

Mrs. EUzabetli Ayres h -/.-■•.;| 
Mrs. Elizabeth Ayres, aged 84' 
years, wife of William Ayres of 
South Street, EatonUjwn, died on i 
Sunday morning al Rivcrview hos- 
pital at Red Bank. Funeral ser-' 
vices were held at her late home 
on Wednesday afternoon, followed 
by burial in Glenwood cemetery. 
West Long Branch, in charge of 
Funeral Director C. H. T. Clayton 
& Son of Adelphia. 

Besides her husband, Mrs. Ayres 
is survived by two sons, William Jr. 
and Joseph, of Eatontown; one sis- 
ter, Mrs. Harry Gibson of Jersey- 1 
vine; and a brother, Daniel Ayres I 
of Asbury Park. She was born in I 
Freehold, the daughter of the late I 
Ellen Brower and Isaiah Ayres. 



Joseph Aurhlelis /^ -;• /-JV | 
Joseph Aurhlelis, who lived north , 
of Freehold, died on Monday night 1 
at Monmouth Memo-rial hospital at 
Long Blanch. His body was re- i 
moved to the W. H. Freeman Fu- 
neral Home on East Main Street. I 
Funeral arrangements had not been j 



npleted 



late ho 









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I Obituary J^otices. 



Franlt Accisano 

Funeral sci-i-iccs for Frank Acci- 
sDno, 28 years old, were held on 
Monday morning: at S o'clock at his 
late home at 31 Hudson street, and 
£t 9 c-clock at St. Rose of Lima 
, Catholic church, with the Rev. Ste- 
phen Buividas, celebrating requiem 
mass. Interment was in the Free- 
hold Catholic Cemetery by W. H. 
Freeman. 

Mr. Accisano was formerly em- 
ployed in the local rug mill. He 
<?icd on Friday at the Post Gradu- 
cte Hospital. New York Citj-, after 
ctveral months illness. He is sur- 
vi%-ed by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 
Nicholas Accisrmo, and the follow- j 
ing brothers and sisters. Charles,! 
Nicholas, Jr., Gertrude, Rose Marie' 
and William Accisano, all of Free- 
hold. ^ - '/,„ ^_.- 

John H. Anderson 

John H. Andersen, aged 72 years, 
died at his home at Clarksburg on 
Tuesday morning. Funeral services 
will be held on Friday afternoon at 
I 2 o'clcxik at Pleasant Grove church, 
iwith Rev. Robert S. Childs, omciat- 
■ing. Interment will be made in 
'Pleasant Grove cemetery in charge 
'of Funeral Director C. H. T. Clay- 
ton & Son of Adclphia. 

Mr. Anderson, who was born in 
Jackson Township, the son of Gar-| 
ret J. Anderson and Lydia Ann Pat- 
■terson, is survived by one son, | 
Franklin, at home, and several! 
grandchildren: also two sisters and! 
one brother. Mi-s. Sarah E. Taylor, ' 
' Miss Parmcla Anderson, and Allen I 



all of Californ 



and , 



two other brothers, Kortenlus An-J 
derson. Sr., of Freehold, and Harry; 
Anderson of Leesville. , _ fi.y _^f I 

Mrs. Mary J. Anderson 
j Mrs. Maiy J. "Anderson, aged 91 
years, died on Tuesday of last week 

■ at the home cf her son-in-law and 
daughter. Rev. and Mrs. Robeit 

j Childs at Ardcna. Funeral services 
'were held on .Sunday afternoon atj 
I the Clayton Funeral Home at Adel-j 

phia, and at the Perrineville church,, 
iwith the Rev. Charles M. Hogate,! 
' of the Manasquan Methodist church, i 

officiating. Interment was made in, 
'Perrineville Cemetery by Directorl 

Clayton. ' " ' i 

t She is survived by three children, 

Mrs. Childj, with whom she liv.d, 
IPeirine Anderson of Holmdi: .-,: i 

Jacob L. Andersen cf Smithl>.i:-: 
i Mrs. Anderson was the wiJow of 

Charles A. Anderson. She W3s born! 

■ in Millstone Township, the daugh-, 

■ ter of Hiram Reynolds and Janiina 

, Taylor. ,^ 'j^ -^C/ \ 

I JERSEY OFFICI AL DIES 

William Albright, of Woodburv, 
died Tuesday at the Stacy Tren 
hotel in Trentcn. He was 66 year 
old. Mr. Albright had just return 
ed from Florida. 

He was a prominent Republicai 
ofTicial, being state treasurer; anc 
was also a^tate senator from Glou- 
cester county. 

r or many years he had been 
P-i"cd in ncwsp.:iper work. He 
the editor of the Wcvodbury Con.";ti- 
tntir.ii. His wife and dau:;htei- 



Mrs. Lulu Ackcrson 

Funeral services for Mrs. Liuiu 
Ackerson were held on Tuesday 
morning at 9:30 at the VanSant 
Colonial Home, with the Rev. Wal- 
ter J. Lake, pastor of the First 
Baptist Church, ofRciating. Inter- 
ment was in the Marlboro State 
Hospital cemetery. 

Mrs. Ackcrson was 69 years old 
tud died on Monday at the Marl- 
boro State Hospital. She was a 
former resident of Laurence Har- 
bor, ^. __■*,_.,., 

Mrs. Sarah E. Ambermiin 

Mrs. Sarah E. Amberman, aged 
83 j-ears. wife of John A. Amber- 
man, died Thursday night at her 
home in Tennent. Funernl serv-ices 
were held on Sunday at the home 
cf her daughter, Mrs. Martin R. 
VanSiclen in Tennent, conducted 
by Rev. Charles H. Neff, pastor o' 
Old Tennent Church. Interment 
was in Old Tennent Cemetery by 
W. H. Freeman. 

She is survived by her 
and the daughter mentioned. 



xiui-uana 



cemetery by I 



Sirs. Enuly J. Allen 

Funeral services for Mrs. Emily J. ' 

Allen will be held this morning at j 

)'clock from the home of her i 

daughter-in-law, Mrs. Helen Allen! 

rackson street, and at 10 o'clock | 

t. Peter's Episca:-.pal church, with! 

the Rev. William Darbic of New' 

Brunswick, officiating. Interment I 

be in Maple 
W. H. Freeman. 

Mrs. Allen, who was 65 years old, '• 
.•as the widow of Joseph Allen. She 
led on Monday night in the Mon- 
mouth Memorial Hospital. Besides 
daughter-in-law, she is survived 
by two grandchildren, Jackie and 
Nancy Allen of Jackson street. 

Sirs. Mary Elizabeth AJlen ^ | 

Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Allen, aged! 
88 year?., a resident of 1C2 Ridge 
Avenue, Lakewood, died on Mon- 
day, August 21, at the State Hos- 
pital at Marlboro. Funeral services 
were held on Saturday morning at 
,the VanSant Colonial Home on 
: South Street, with Rev. A. L. Un- 
der, cf the Freehold Baptist church, 
officiating. Interment was made in 
■the State Hospital cemetery by Di- 
rector VanSant. She is survived by 
jone sister, Mrs. Hattie M. Walters 
I of Nyack, N. Y. _j'_ jl ^ -. ,3 .y [ 

Mrs. Pauline G. Allen 

Funeral services for Mrs. Pauline 
G. Allen were held on Monday at 
the VanSant colonial home, with a 
Jehovah Witnesses reader officiat- 
ing. Interment was in Old Tennent 
cemetery. 

Mrs. Allen died on Friday at her 
home in Marlboro, where she has 
resided for 18 years. She is sur- 
vived by her husband, William Hen- 
ry Allen, Marlboro; three sons, Ed- 
win, Orange; James. Irvington; 
William, Jr., Indiana; and two 
daughters. Pauline E., at home, and 
Mrs. Viola VanSchoick of Matawan. 

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OBITUARY IsOTICE 



John Froilor 
John Fiedericl 



■k Applegate I 

Applegate, age I 
residcr.t of Mat-} 
awan. died or. Friday at the llarl- 
bovo State hospital. Funeral ser- 1 
'i vices were held on Jlonday at 11 j 
i:a m. at the Var.s'ant Colonial! 
1 1 Home, conducted by the Rev. Wal-i 
l;ter L.ilce. Tr.-e;nient \va=. made in' 
;.the hr spital crm elc:y. ^,)^;if% : 

■j Sirs. Mar>- Jane Applegate I 

, \ Mrs. Mary Jane Applegate. afred 
176 years, died on Saturday at her 
home at 51 Main Street, Farming- 
dale. Funeral services were held 

"on Tuesday afternoon at the Pierce 
Memorial Presbyterian church at 

.Farmirgdale, with Rev. Cornelius 
M. DeBoe, of Mount Holly, a former 
pastor, officiating. Interment was 
made in Evergreen cemetery, Farm- 
ingdale. in charge of Funeral Di- 
rector C. H. T. Clayton & Son of 
Adelphia. | 

Mrs. Applegate is sun-ived by her | 
husband, \V. Irving App'.egate, Sr., 
a daughter, Mrs. Frederick Brock- 1 
leban. of Paterson; and two sons, i 
W. Irving and A. Rulon Applegate, 
both of Farmingdale; and one sis- 
ter, Mrs. Eleanor Strunz, of Farm- 
ingdale. Jrl'-^^'f 

Mrs. Slary Thompson Applegate 

Mrs. Mary Thompson Applegate, 
wife of C. Richard Applegate, died 
on Tuesday night at her home at 
Wemrock, near here. She \s-as 39 
jears old. Funeral services will be 
held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock 
at her late home, with Dr. George 
G. Horn, pastor of the First Pres- 
byterian church, ofhciating. Inter- 
ment will be in Maplewood ceme- 
tery by W. H. Freeman. 

Besides her husband. Mrs. Apple- 
gate is survived by two children, 
C. Richard Applegate, 3rd, and 
Ruth E-, at home; her mother, Mrs. 
Ella A. Thomp.'son, Freehold; two 
sisters, Mrs. Walter W. Lott, Free- 
jhold, and Mrs. Charles Wikoff, 
Tenncnt; also four brothers, Wal- 
ter V. Thompson, Rosell Park; 
ter V. Thompson, Roselle Park; 
of Howell, and William E. Thomp- 
son of Colts Neck. ^- -:->i::ir- 



Mrs. Martha Ake 
Mrs. Martha Ake, 89 years, died 
Sunday at Marlboro State Hospital, 
She was a former resident of 514 
Summerfield avenue. Asbury Park. 
FunerHl arrangements in charge of 
the VanSant Colonial Home are 
incomplete pending notice cf rela- 
tives in Connecticut. i/ ',-///';_ 



George Autumn 1 

George Autumn, age ^Z years of] 
|R. D. 1, Farmingdale, died on Sun-i 
Idsy at Fitkin Mem.orial Hospital, 
I Funeral services will be held today 
I at St. Thomas A. M. E. Church, Pine 
1 Brook, X. J., with the Rev. X. H. 
'Moss officiating, assisted by the 
pastor, the Rev. S. J. Ramsey. In- 
tcrm-nt will he made at Mount 
Prosptct Cemetery. y_^-itj^ 



WEDDING NOTICES 



Solomon Adler 

Miss Rosetta Solomon, daughte 
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Solomon o 
Highland Park, became the brid 
of Orville Adler, son of Mr. an 
Mrs. Leo Adler of Englishtown, c 
Sunday. July 30. The ceremony wa 
performed at high noon by Rabbi 
Levinc at his home in Plainfleld. 
The wedding dinner was served to 
the immediate families at -Blue 
Hill," Plainfield. They left for a 
trip to Maine. Y, '/ ■)' 

I Fishman .4.dler 

I Miss Ethel Fishman and Stephen 
I Adler, sen of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ad- 
jler of Englishtown, were united in 
j marriage on Sunday. The ceremony 
was performed in a hotel at West 
32nd Street in New York, where a 
reception followed. 
j Mr. Adler will take his bride to 
'North Carolina, where he is em-, 
ployed by the U. S. Gov-:rnment as, 
a special investigator. ,-,/,_J^ 

" i Spangler Applegate /^a^ [ 

A very pretty wedding was sdi- j 
emnized Sunday afternoon, July 2, 
at the West Farms Methodist' 
church, when Miss Mabel M. Spang- 
]ler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl 
I Spangler of Adelphia, became the, 
i bride of David Langston Applegate,] 
json of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Apple-' 
gate of West Farms. The bride was, 

Eden Reed of Adelphia. the ceie- 
mr.ny being performed by Rev. Har- 
.-y P. Folger, Jr., pastor of the 

1 liane - - - ,\umock 

I The wedding of Miss Heleng V. 
[Kane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
'Jchn Kane, Sr., of 60 Hull avenue, 
' and Lloyd Aumock, son of Mrs. Ger- 
trude Auniock of 40 Broadv.-ay, took 
place last Saturday morning at 10 
o'clock in the rectory of St. Rose of 
Lima Catholic church. The Re-.". 
John A. Kucker, pastor, performed 
the ceremony. Cj-jC,- H-'>^ 

I Blatohley Alexanaer 

I Mr. and Mrs. George W. Blatchlcy, 
1 East Freehold, have announced the 
|m.arriage of their daughter, Miss 
[Marion Blatchley. to Corp. Samuel 
I Alexander, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
David Alexander, 102 Center street. 
I The ceremony took place at Fort 
&mith. Ark., where the couple will 



Ba-skerviUc Alexander | 

Miss Ida Baskerville. daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph BaskcrviUe. 
9 Avenue C. became the bride of 
George Alexander, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Alexander of Newark, Thurs- 
day, November 30, at 7 o'clock in ^ 
the Second Baptist church here. 
The Rev. W. A. Parham, pastor,! 
performed the ceremony. l-i-i/iMj^\ 



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Allen H-i::C; Slirev/sbury 



llonr/iouth County, will be found 
stantia) tvo-story structure at the corn 
Broad Street end Sycamore Avenue, acrosi 
from Ghrist Church. This house v.-'th gani 
breled roof, was built in 16G7 and is saic 
to be the oldest in Monmouth County. Durin; 
the Revolution it was used as a tavern. I 
was the scene of a bloody fljht in which tiic 
Continent.ll guard was surprised and a num 



of Shriiv.-..^bury, in ber of the soldiers ':illed. As it Fi'oved ini- 

,b- possible to remove the blood stains from the 

of floor, a number of years ago a new floor was 

iss laid over the old boards. L.-itcr a store v.-as 

111- attj.chcd to the eastern end and recently the 

lid whole place was renovpted and restored by a 

n,^ private owner, .^mons the interesting features 

it cf the building is a huge fireplace in the 



J. G. AMMANN, 80 YEARS 
OLD 

Came Here in 1877 From 
Germany 

John George Ammann of West 
Freehold, celebrated his SOth birth- 
day on Sunday. He is in excellent 
health and frequently walks from 
his home to Freehold. 

He was born in Baden, in south- 
ern Germany. He came to Amer- 
ica, and direct to Freehold, arriv- 
ing here en December 20. 1677. He 

de la Rfcussille, arriving on Satur- 
day night, and by coincideace se- 
cured a job as baker in the William 
Butcher bakery, then on East Main 
Street, where Aumack's confection- 
ery is now located. He later work- 
ed in New York City and Boston, 
and then returned to his former 
employment here. 

! He was married in 1883 to Leah 
Heckman, and they operated a bak- 
ery in Freehold, on West Main 
Street, where the Western Auto 
Store is now located, and wnerel 
Mr. Amniann's son, Edv.-:^.rd. operat- 
ed a confectionery store for a num- 
ber of vcars. They later moved to 
A>hmy Park, where Mrs. Ammann 
di.-a ftnir years ago. Mr. Ammann 
returned to Freehold to live about 



two years ago. The other members 




of his family, except his parents, 




also emigrated to America, so Mr. 




Ammann never returned to his 




native country. ^ /■- 'j / C ^ 





i Obituary J^otices. 

Mrs. Catherine B. Aikerman 

i Mrs. Catherine B. Ackerman. 

jiridow of the late John Ackerm.an. 
d.ei on Sundry night, at her home 
in Farmingdale. She had been in 

I ill health for some time. Funeral 
services will be held at 8:30 o'clock 
today (Thursday) at her late lesi- 
dcnce and 9:30 o'clock at St. Cath- 

'erine's CathcMc church. Farming- 
dale, with the Rev. Joseph Donnel- 
ly officiating. Interment will be 
made in St. Rose of Lima Ceme- 
tery here by W. H. Freeman. 

She was the daughter of the late 
Patrick and Maria Dugan Scan- 
Irn of Freehold. For many years 
she housed the State Police of 
Howell township until the station 

'oi, the Frcthold-Asbmy I'ark road. 

; Mrs. Ackerman is survived by 
cne sister, Mri;. Joseph Quigg and 
a brolhei. Michael Scanlon, both 
of Freehold. jf/zY')' '^- 



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jObituary ]\iotice£. 

Mr>,. Minnie Acktr 

Funeral services for Mrs. Minnit 
Acker, 83. widow of Otto Aclier 
,^ere held last Thursday at the 
Kulse Funeral home, Englishtcwn 
I Interment w.-s made in Old Ten 
r.cnt Cemetery. 

She is survived by a son, Arthu 
'of Port Monmouth and a daughte 
Cftherine of R^bertsviUc. ^^ ^ , 

v/i'i-jut John Ahrcn 

John Ahren, age 72 years, died 
en Friday at tlie Marlboro State \ 
Hospital. His body v.-as prepared j 
for burial at the VanSant Colonial! 
Home, here, and taken to the L,u- 

itheran Cemetery. Brooklyn, where. 

.commitment services were held. ; 

He was a carpenter and lived at i 

Cheesequake. He is survived by 

|bi; wife. Mrs. Catherine Ahren. | 

Samuel Applogate 

Samuel Applegate, age 74, died 
Sunday night at his home at 40 
South street. Funeral services are 
being held at 2 o'clock, Wednesday, 
Nov. 11, at the C. H. T. Clayton & 
Eon funeral home, Adelphia, con- 
ducted by the Rev. William B. 
Magsam. Interment will be made 
i'l Maplewood Cemetery. 

He was born in Freehold town- 
ship, the son of David and Caro- 
l:ne Dye Applegate. | 

i He is survived by a brother, 
, ' Charles, Adelphia; and a sister. 
Mrs. William Southard, R. D. 
Freehold. ' i _ >'_^U.'^ 

I John Apostolacus I 

1 John Apostc^lacus. aged 40 years, 
ja resident of lying Branch, died oni 
Thursday at the State Hospital at | 
I Marlboro. His body was removed; 
;to the VanSant Colonial Home on j 
I South Street, here. Funeral ser-j 
! vices were held on Saturday n-LCrn- | 
ling at the State Hospital ceme-; 
jtci-y. in charge of a Greek Catholic j 
; priest. Interment was made there, 
I in charge of the VanSant Colonial 
jHome of Freehold. 
. He is survived by one brother, 
'James Apostolacus of 296 Siocum 
Place, Long Branch. ,, , „ (,.^jj' , 



I Wedding Notes^^ 

Sweeney - - - Aumock 

I Miss Margarec M. Sweeney, 
{daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 
Sweeney of 100 Parker street, was 
united in mariiage to Charles F. 
I Aumock, sen of Mrs. Gertrude Au- 
■ n-.ock of 40 Broadway, on Saturday 
j afternoon at 2 o'clock, in the rec- 
tory of St. Rose of Lima CathcJic 
I church. The Rev. John A. Kucker. 
i pCiStor, performed the ceremony. 



I Obituary ^piotices. 



Timbrook Browr 

Timbrook Biown, ased 
died at his home on 1 
West Belniar, early Fiid 
I ing. Funeral services wer 
I Monday afternoon at h 



held - 
! hon 



I with Rev. Charles M. Hogate, pas- 
tor of the Manasqu.nn Methodist 
church, officiating. Interment was 
made in Wall cemetery, in charge 
of Funeral Directc.r C. H. T. Clay- 
ton & Son of Adelphia. 

He is survived by his wife, Mrs. 
Deborah Heulitt Brown: three 
daughters and two sons, Mrs. Lena 
M. House and Mrs. Ida VanSchoick, 
West Belmar;' Mrs. Marie Goslin, 
Belmar; 
Market: 

dola: three brothers. Charks, Fred, 
r.nd Theodore, West Belmar: and 
two sisters, Mrs. Flora Wilkins of 
Neptune, and Mrs. Georgie Rose of 



Charles T. Brov 
and Meriitt Brow 



William S. 


Ben 


on. aged 88 years 


died at his he 


me 


in Neptune, Sun- 


day. Funeial 


ser\ 


ices were held at 


his home on \ 


Ved 


nesday afternoon 


Mr. Benson was 


a former florist 


and has resid 


d 1 


1 Neptune for 35 


years. He lea 


ves 


a son, Robert H 


of Old Bridge 




d two daughters 


Mrs. Arthur I 


hai 


r. and Mrs. Eldon 


Ellis of Neptu 


nc. 


Mrs. WiUiam E 


Vanderveer o 


Kreeiiold, and Mrs 


John Waddy of J 


amesburg. are his 


surviving sist 


ers. 


''/% ■' ■—' ^ 



Mrs. Joljajin.-t Dorothea Becknianl 

Mrs. Johhanna Dorothea Beckman I 
aged 83 years, widow of John Frcd-l 
crick Beckman of Colts Neck, died ' 
on Tuesday morning at the homei 
of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr ' 
and Mrs. Edward Hardy at Marl-i 
boro. After being prepared for' 
burial at the W. n. Freeman fu-l 
neral home on East Main .Street, I 
the body was removed to her home j 
at Colts Neck. Funeral sei vices 
will be held on Friday afternoon i 
at 2 o'clock at the Colts Neck Re- 
formed church, with the Rev. Pe-| 
ter Boelhouv.er, pastor. Interment ' 
will be made in the adjoining ceme-' 
tcry by Director Freeman. j 

Besides the daughter mentioned,' 
Mrs. Beckman is survived by a 
stepdaughter, Mrs. Ernest Hilt-i 
Ibrunner of Wayside, and one hro- 
;tlier, Thetdore Sncdeker of Key-; 
:port. Mr. Beckman died 14 years] 



Dickerson — Baker 

Mrs. William Roscoe Mu; 



has 



the 



ago 



-i»— ^ —r-.-^. 



I niece. Anna Virginia Dicker: 
'Ralph Terrill Baker on Monday, 
:the 22nd of July at the chapel ol 
;the College of William and Mary, 
I Williamsburg, Virginia. 
I Mr. and Mrs. Baker will make 
;<hiir home at the St. Denis Apart- 

ni'-nt, A-6, Newport News. Va. 
i -Mrs. Baker, formerly of Freehold, 
ivuis the daughter of the late Ar- 

\ / D. and Flc-rence Forman 



' Mrs. Airnic SL Bogart 

! Mrs. Annie M. Bogart, aged St 
years, died at her home at Rrver 
; Plaza on Tuesday morning. She 
I was the widow of Jeremiah Bogart. 
Funeral services will be held on 
'Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at 
the C. H. T. Clayton funeral home 
;ac Adelphia, with Rev. William 3. 
'Magsam, pastor of the Adelphia 
I Methodist church, officiating. In- 
'terraent will be made in Old Ten- 
.rcnt cemetery in charge of Dlrec- 
,tor Clayton. 

] Mrs. Bogart is survived by one 
son, Joseph; one grandson. Vernon, 
both of River Plaza; and one sis- 
ter, Mrs. Mattie Craig, of Farming- 



1 



dale. 



' / ' -'.' 



[ Paul K. Boettcher | 

' Paul K. Boettcher, aged 48 years, j 
I a musician who resided on thei 
I Freehold-Liakewood road, died on' 
'Sunday at Monmouth Memorial hos-j 
Ipital at Long Branch. Funeral ser-' 
I vices will be held this (Thursday) j 
I morning at 11 o'clock at the C. if. 
;T. Clayton & Son funeral home at 



i Adelphia, with Rev. 
:Rowoldt of the Lakewood Lutheran! 
; church, ofHciatiiig. Cremation will' 
I follow at Linden. He is survived 
by his wife, Mrs. Gertrude Engel 
iBc«ttcher; and two sisters, who 
;iive in Germany. -_, /„W. 

I Mrs. Saral* Jane Burdge 

I Mrs. Sarah Jane Eurdge, aged 82 
I years, widow of Edward F. Burdge, 
jdied on Monday at her home on the 
|Squankum-Lakewood road. Funeral 
; services will be held this morning 
tat the Thomas R. Hardy funeral 
heme at Belmai. Interment will be 
;made in Evergreen cemetery at 
■Farmingdale. j 

I She is survived by a daughter, 
'Mrs. Myrtle L. Stokey, Plainfleld; 
[one grandchild and two great- 
i grandchildren. (^,\ j/i^o j 

Mrs. Ina Stovensen Finlay Borden 

Mrs. Ina Stevensen Finlay Bor- 1 
den, wife of Mayor Frank C. Bor-| 
den, Jr., died Friday night at her 
home at Bradley Beach. i'uneral , 
services were held on Monday at 2 
p. m. at the residence, with Rev.' 
Richard A. Conover, A-sbury Park,' 
formerly pastor of the Bradley, 
Beach First Methodist church, of- 1 
ficiating. Interment was made ini 
Old Tennent cemetery hv Director' 
William H. Freeman, Freehold. j 

' Besides her husband, she is sus- ' 
vived by a son, Robert T. Borden,' 
and. three grandchildren. ^Vy-vc i 
Mrs. Borden was born in Hobok-: 
en. For many years she made her, 
home with Judge and Mrs. William 
T. Hoffman at Eliglishtov/n. 

! James Brand 

I James Brand, aged 74 years, died 
c.n Saturday morning at his home 
'at 805 17th Avenue, West Belmar. 
I Funeral services were held Tues- 
; day afternoon, at his late home, 
I with Rev. Donald Philip of the 
.Como Methodist church, officiating. I 
1 Interment was made in Glendola 
: cemeteiy, in charge of Funeral Di- 
C. H. T. Clayton & Son of 



Adelphii 



He is survived by his wife, Mrs. I 
hristina Dangler Brand; two: 
■'Uiihlers, Mrs. Rose Clark of Point 
j'-asant. and Mrs. L. A. Newman' 
• Belmar; one son, George, Bel- 
'^1-: and one sLstcr. Mrs. Char-' 
'''■■ liennott of Bclinar. !'f-fyO 



CHAS. BEARMORE KILLF.D BY E. I. VAN-DERVEER'S 
AUTOMOBILE, ON HIGHWAY r i/^AiJ 



Lived In Adelphia For Past 60 Years 



Charles Bearmore, 79 year old 
resident of Adelphia, was instantly 
killed on Monday evening-, when 
struck, by a car driven by Edgar I. 
VanDerveer of South Street, here. 
Mr. VanDerveer is widely known 
ir. Mcnmouth County as clerk of 
elections, and district supervisor of 
inheritance taxes, for Monmouth 

Mr. Bearmore had just left his 
home to take a. lantern to he placed 
en the traflic standard at the junc- 
tion of the old Lakewood road and 
the highway through Adelphia, a 
daily task which he performed for 
the road department of the board 
of Freeholders. Mr. VanDerveer 
was driving toward Freehold when 
he struck Mr. Bearmore. 

Dr. Donald Reynolds was called 
and pronounced Mr. Bearmore dead. 
The two local ambulances went to 
the scene, but v.*ere not needed. Mr. 
Bearmore's body was removed to 
the C. H. T. Clayton & Son funeral 



Francis Burlte •- :-^^a 
Francis Burke, aged 46 years, 
died suddenly at his home near 
Harmony on Thursday afternoon. 
Funeral services were held on Sun- 
day afternoon at the C. H. T- Clay- 
ton & Son funtral home at Adel- 
phia. with Rev. William B. Mag- 
sam. pastor of the Adelphia Metho- 
dist church, ofiiciating. Interment 
was made in Holmanville ceme- 
tery by Director Clayton. 

He is survived by ten brothers 
and sisters; Linwood, Melvin, Ed-, 

jward, and Harry N. Burke, all of! 
I Harmony; Mrs. Delphinc Applegatc ' 
iManasquan: Harvey Burke. New-'! 
|ark; Mrs. Ixjuella Arnold, Boston- I 
[Mrs. Iva Buchanan and Russell I 
! Burke, New York City; and Mrs. 
I Anna Trosburg of Manasquan. 

I Peter II. BcJinett | 

■ Peter R. Bennett of Tennent,' 
aged 77 years, died last Friday at 
Monmouth Memorial hospital, ' fol- 



home. a few doors away. 

Funeral services will be held at 
the funeral home this afternoon at 
2 o'clock, with Rev. William B. 
Magsam, pastor of the Adelphia 
Methodist church, officiating. In- 
terment will be made in Adelphia 
cemetery in charge of Director 
Clayton. 

Mr. Bearmore is survived by four 
children. Mrs. Lester Applegate and 
Millard Bearmore, both of Adelphia; 
Mrs. Harry Wagner of Asbury 
I Park, and Arthur Bearmore of Sea- 
jside Park. He was born in Ger- 
many and had been a resident of 
Adelphia for 60 years. 
I State Police investigated the ac- 
icident, and on Tuesday arraigned 
I Mr. VanDerveer before Justice of 
■the Peace Fred Quinn on a charge 
of causing death with an automo- 
bile. He was held for the action 
'of the grand jury. 
I He furnished his own bail in the 
'amount of $2,500. 

Edward Beams ' -^-VVi^] 
Edward Beams of 118 Center 
Street, died on Saturday at Mon- 1 
mouth Memorial hospital at Long 
Branch. Funeral services were! 
held on Tuesday morning ai 
VanSant CokMiial Home on 
Street, with Rev. John H. Schv 



the I 



rector of St. P, 
church, officiating, 
made in Maplewo 



He is 



Episcopal I 
rment was I 
""*—' by 



ved. 



by 



-ife. Mr 



Chr 



ughter, Mrs. Carmen Andret- | 
ta, of Freehold; two sons, Edward, 
Jr., of Spotswood, and William, of 
Freehold; three sisters. Miss Bea- ' 
, trice and Miss Emmie Beams, of i 
I Fort Johnson, N. Y., and Mrs. Ada! 
|Cantrell of Albany, N. Y.; and 
J three brothers, Walter and John ' 
1 Beams of Amsterdam, N. Y., and I 
\\ 



Willia 



Bea 



of Wc 



Ma 



ope 



Fun 



vices were held Tuesday from his 
late home with Rev. Charles H. 
Neff, pastor of Old Tennent church, 
officiating. Interment was made in 
Old Tennent cemetery by funeral 
director J. Laird Hulse of English- 



Wedding Notices 



I Ivins B<>rtram :,': ^^ i 

i The marriage of Miss Katherine ' 
'Ann Ivins, daughter of James Ster- i 

ling Ivins of Washington, D. C, and! 

Mantoloking, and a granddaughter; 



-ived by hi; 



ife, Ger 



late Mr 



Wi 



M. 



ters, Mrs. 
|n. Y., ar 
'. Matawan. 



3f Tennent, and two sis- 
Lnna Brown of Romulus, 
Mrs. Lewis Heiser of 
//AV/^^^ . I 
John H. Bokop ' 

Funeral services for .John H. 
Bokc.p, aged 58 years, were held en 
Wednesday from his late home near 
Englishtown. Interment was made 
in Old Tennent cpmetery by Fu- 
neral Director J. Laird Hulse of 
Englishtown. 

Hr. Bokop is survived by his wife, 
Mrs. Elsa Bokop. and five children: 
M:s. Klsa Davison, Miss Vera Eo- 
kiip. George and August Bokop, all 
at home, and Peter Bokcp, New 
B.unswick. 'o//c/^f, 



Freehold, to Richard Howard Ber- 1 
j tram, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter , 
'Wendt Bertram, Mantoloking and 
; Ithaca, N. Y., took place on Satur- 
day at the sum.mer home of her 
j father at Mantoloking. The Rev. I 
1 John W. Paiks, pastor of the Pres- j 
|b}terian church, Madison, officiated. 



jding, Mii 
ughter 



;s Olive 
of Mr 



Mr 



at.,! 



Icravatt, Sr., of 35 Marcy Street 
became the bride of Edward Carl 
[Broege. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- 
Iwcrd Broege of 110 Third Avenue. 
jBelmar, on Saturday afternoon at 
12 o'clock in the Methodist church 
I here. The Rev. Biii'-e C. Duvall, 
performed 



and 



hy 



Rev. Os- 



Schumpcr 



— J 



g Mm 



I Drcj er - - - Bradley 

Mi-s Louise Dreyer of Westfleld, 
da'->;hter of Heniy Dreyer, Sr. of 
Arder.a, and the late Mrs. Dieyer, 
v.as united in marriage on Memori- 
al Day to John Wyatt Bradley, son 
o( Mr. and Mrs. Milton C. Bradley 
of Plainfield. The ceremony was 
performed at the chapel of the 
Cnurch of the Holy Christ at North 
Plamfield. by Rev. H. Lewis Smith 

Kaplan — Bar i 

Over 400 guests attended the out-| 

oi'-doors wedding at the Kaplan re-. 



Kaplan, daughter of Mr. and Mis. j 
Barney Kaplan of near Jamesburg,! 
btcame the bride c{ Dr Samuel' 
Bar of Englishtown, son of Mr.' 
and Mrs. Morris Bar of Allentown, I 

I Roseberry Baird 

I Miss Vivian Lillian Roseberry, 
! Neptune, daughter of Mr. and Mre. 
Frank M. Roseberry, Crestwood, 
N. T., became the bride of Ken- 
neth AIe.\ander Baird, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Alexander Baird, Marl- 
boro, on Saturday in the Asbury 
i Methodist church, Crestwood. The 
ceremony was performed by the 
'Rev. J. J. Benedict. C;.:,-^^^.^ 

Bobbins Buffa "■'''■ "^ ° 

Miss Hazel Robbins, daughter of 
Mrs. Maude Robbins, Englishtown, 
was united in marriage to Peter 
Bufia, Paterson, on Sunday after- 
noon at St. Anthony's Reman Cath- 
olic church, Paterson. 

Miss Dorothy Buffa, a sister of 
the bridegroom, was the only at- 
tendant. i 

Newman Boyce ' ' i ^ i, ;. 

Miss Ruth K. Newman, daughter 



[of Mrs. A. O. Nev 
j mar, v/as wed to Charles E. Boyce, i 
I Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Boyce I 
of Freehold road, Farmingdale, on 
Sunday at 3 o'clock in the parson- 
age of the Farmingdale Methodist 
church. The Rev. Henry M. Law- 
rence performed the ceremony. 

Fraser - - - Bussum i f1-// 
Mrs. Margaret Ann White Fraser 
of Morristown, daughter of the 
late Dr. Augustus White, and a 
step-daughter of Mrs. Mary R. 
\\hite of 54 Court Street, Freehold, 
jvas united in marriage to Charles 
Harbor Bussum of Wyckoff, form- 
erly of Asbury Pa.-k, at the Broad- 
way Presbyterian church in New 
. \?S^\- ."^n^ Sunday afternoon. 

ConneU Barrett 

Miss Ann May Connell of Hel- 
metta, and Harry J. Barrett of 
-Manalapan township, were united 
in marriage on Sunday, at the 
PJ''-'"iage of the Engli.',htown Meth- 
odist church by the pastor, Dr, 
Samuel R, Latham, r.,,^^^ ■ 

Englishtown . ! 



was born to Mr. and Mrs. 
I'.eith or. Sunday at FttUin ; 
. He has been named John 



Obituary jNlotices 

>rrs. JiLxry Kline Bortner 

Mrs. Mary Kline Bortner, aged i 
years, wife of Lewis S. Eortne 
supervisor of schools of Manalapa 
township, died early Saturday mori 

Funeral services were held froi 
her late home on Tennent avenu 
Englishtown, on Monday evening : 
8 o'clock. Rev. John C. Christc 
sen, Presbyterian of the Preibytei 
an church there, of which she w: 
a member, officiated. Interme: 
was made Tuesday afternoon in tl 
Mt. Olivet cemetery. Hanover, P: 
by J. Laird Hulse of Englishtown. 

A daughter of the late John Gb 
hart and Mary Kline Garhart, si 
was born at Somcrville. Thirty-tv 
years ago she married Mr. Bortnc 
and they spent several years 
Farmingdale before Mr. Bortn- 
£.ccepted his present position, : 
years ago in February. Since th^ 

She has been active in all lin. 
of church work and is a member i 
the Molly Pitcher Chapter No. 16 
Older of the Eastern Star. 

Besides her husband, she is su 
vived by two sisters, Mrs. A. I 
Cameron of Buenos Aires. Argei 
tina. and Miss Louise Garhart < 
Buffalo. N. Y.; also two brother 
1 C. M. Garhart of Farmingdale, an 
] George S. Garhart_pi C^ton, Ohi. 

\A'illiam A. Borden 

i Funeral services for William A. 
: Borden were held on Tuesday af- 
'ternoon at 2 o'clock at the Clayton 
'funeral home, Adelphia. with the 
Rev. P.ke and Rev. Bruce Duvall. 
officiating. Interment was in Ar- 
dena cemetery. 

Mr. Borden was 66 years old and 
was the son of the late William A. 
and Ruhamah Patterson Borden 
of Howell township. He was a mem- 
ber of thj West Farms church. He 
died on Saturday at the Allenwood 
hospital. 1 

He is survived by one sister, Mrs. i 
Willard T. Sutphen of South street.; 

1 ' rfost'pli BurE<»J •'---■'-''' I 

Funeml Rervlcoa lai Joseph Bur- [ 
jges of Tb Stokes Street, were held | 
^n Monday morning at 8 o'clock at j 
the W. H. Freeman funeral home | 
I on East Main Street, and at 9| 
(o'clock at St. Rose of Lima Catho- 
■!ic church, where requiem mass 
WM celebrated by the Rev. James; 
Ichlld, assistant pastor. Interment 
was made in the Freehold Catholic 
cemetery. 

Mr. Burges died on Wednesday! 
night, a short time after being hit 
by a car while crossing the road 
in front of the Lithuanian Club on 
the Frcehold-Tennent road. He has 
no immediate survivors. 1 



J 



"W^: 




Timothj' Ball House, Maplewood 



Built in 1743 and well preserved today, 
this two-and-one-haU story Colonial farm- 
house at Maplewood in Essex County is rich 
in Revolutionary memories. Washington fre- 
quently stopped here during the first winter 
of his cncatr.p.-nent at Morristown and again 



I Obituary 



iHocice;; 



Wuliam C. Brown 

; William C. Brown, 71 years old, 
died suddenly at his home at 66 
Eannaid street, on Tuesday morn- 
ing. He was born in Matawan, the 
' son of the late Robert Brown and 
i Mai-y Ann Dunham. He was a 
'member ot the Robertsvillc Metho- 

j He is survived by his wife, Em- 

^ma F. Brown;; and the following 
children: William, Jr., Old Bridge: 

'Mrs. Joseph Davis, Englightov.-n; 

! Howard R., Matawan; Raymond S. 

jand Charles A., both of Freehold, 

jE.nd Mrs. Charles Hull, of Atlantic 
Highlands. One brother. Albert 
Blown, Spring Lake Heights, and 
14 grandchildren also survive. 

; Funeral services will be held on 

'Saturday at 1 o'clock at his late 
home, followed by interment in 

^Maplewood cemcteiy, by C. H. T. 

'Clayton & Son. />,' 2 wv'/ 



! James W. Bryden 

! James W. Bryden, a former resi- 
dent of Freehold, died on Saturday 
night at the Masonic Home at Bur- 
lington. Fua.-ral services were held 
there on Tuesday afternoon, fol- 
lowed by interment in Maplewood 
cemetery, here. 

Mr. Bryden is survived by a Step- 
I daughter. Miss Bessie Downs, with 
w-hom he resided while in Free- 
hold. /f^?^_^^ 



in 1780, at the time of the battle of Spring- 
field. A lookout was located on the mountain 
at the rear of the estate. The building was 
altered in 1772 and again in 1919 when it 
v/as opened as the 'Wa.shingtoa Inn. 

^ JTcio Jersey Council, Stale House, Trenton 

Mrs. Ljdia V. Barkalow 

M;s. Lydia \-. Barkalow, aged S6 
yeais, died on Monday night at the 
honi^ cf her daughter, Mrs. Eliza- 
beth C. Bromley, with whom she 
lived, at Adelj.hia. Her body was 
removed to the C. H. T. Claytc.n 
& Son funeral home at Adelphia. - 
Funeral sfrviccs will be held on 
Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at 
the funeral home, with Rev. Wil- 



Adelphia Methodist church. ot:i 


iat- 


ing. Internie 


nt will be made in 


ili? 


-A-delphia cem 


ctery. 




She was t 


10 widow of Wil 


iam 


H. Barkalow 


and v/as born 


at 


Perrineville, 


the daughter cf 


the 


iate Edv/ard 


T. and Emeline Van- 


Hise Gravatt 


She was a men 


bcr 


of the Adelp 


lia Methodist chu 


rch, 


and the L-adi 


•s' Aid Society of 


the 


church. Besides the daugnter men- 


tioned, she is survived by one 


si.s- 


ter, Mrs. Eli 


zabeth Barkalow 


of • 


Adelphia; and six grandchild 


■en, ' 


who are the 


children of her 


ate 


son, L,eon Ba 


rkalow, former da 


in-l 


man and Howell township official. 1 


Cha 


rles N. Buck 




Charles N. 


Buck, aged 82 yc 


ars. 


died at his h 


ome on Water St 


eet. 


Englishtown, 


en Friday. Fun 


eral . 


services we 


c held on Mon 


day 


morning at t 


He W. H. Freeman 


fu- 



I neral home here, with Rev. Jo 
I A. Christensen, pastor of the Ei 
jlishtown Presbyterian church, 
ificiating-. Internment was made 
Greenwood cemetery, Bicoklyn. 



1 




William Bradway House, Salem 



This house, of the familiar two story type 
with the peaked attic, is one of the oldest re- 
maining in Salem County. It was built in 1700 
along the waters of Stoc Creek in Lower 
Alloways Creek Township Ly William Brad- 
way, v.-ho wns brought to this country from 

25 YEARS AGO 



25 YEARS 



of 



John D. Buckalcw 
Of the founders of Jamcsburg. died 
in Florida at the age of 84 yeai-s. 
During Pri>sident Gran't second 
term, Mr. Buckalcw served as U. S. 
consul at Stettin, Germany. 



Adelphia 



A daughter was born to Mr. and , 
[rs. Lester Brown of Lansdale, : 
a., on March 2. She has been I 
amed Shirley Ann.?//-/'V' | 



5 YEARS AGO 



^;7-?)T 



Miss Helen Rue became the t 
of William Adolph Bonnewitz. 



A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. | 
William Beams of Adelphia, form- 
erly of Freehold, early Tuesday 
morning at Fitkii 
pital. 



Memorial Hos-l 



amed William Whiteford. Mri 
cams was formerly Miss Melisi. 
rchcr of Adelphia^//) y'^,'^7 



England by his parents in 1677. The house 
is located in a lonely picturesque spot and 
may be reached by the road down Stoe Creek 
Neck of Canton. Across the creek lie the 
marshes and lowlands of Cumberland County. 



Obituary j^otices.i 

Adam Bdwurd Bathjrate | 

Adam Edward Bathgate, died on 
Monday morning at the home of 
hie daughter, Mrs. Herman Mar- 
quardt at 1 Vredenburgh Avenue. 
Funeral services will be held this 
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the C. 
H. T. Clayton & Son funeral home 
at Adelphia, wilh Rev. James Van-; 
Veasem, pastor of the Marlboro Re-' 
formed church, officiating. Inter-' 
mont will be made in itaplewcod 
cemetery here. } 



rBealdes the daughter mentioned,: 
I ho is survived by another daugh- 
iter and two song, Mrs. Jack Bas- 1 

tedo, Bdward and Larrrence Bath-; 
|gatB, all of Freehold; and Arthur j 
[Bathgate, of Dorer, He is also | 
jsurrlTed hy several brothers and; 
leisters, living in Connecticut and! 
1 England. He waa an exempt me.-n-| 
jber of the Marlboro Fire Depart- 1 



-.- \ 




Black Horse Tavern, Mendham 



The Black Horse Tavern, in the hills of 
Morris County, was built by Ebenozcr Byram 
between 1V35 and 1745. Little Ls known of 
its early history but tradition states tliat the 
township and village was named Mendham 
because of a remark made by Byram, who 
when told of the nature of the neighbors 
' among whom he had settled, asserted, "I'll 



Cliarles A. Bennett 

Funeral services for Charles A. 
iBennett, aged 71 years, a former 
[jockty and horse trainer in this 
jCountry' and in England, wlio died 
I last Thursday at the home of his 
|son, A. E. Bennett, 26 Court Street,' 
|w-ere held on Saturday at 2 p. m. j 
I at the Trinity Episcopal church, As- 

bury Park, with the Rev. Randall 
|W. Conklin officiating. Interment! 
[Was made in Glenweod conietery, ' 
I West Long Branch. j 

Mr. Bennett made his home at ' 

Oceanport. sliortly after his arriv- * 
'al from England, and became a' 
I trainer for Charles O. McFaddin.i 
I father of Freeholder Dorman Mc-j 
'Faddin. I 

I After the close of the Spanish- 1 
'American War, he became a civil-' 
I ian employee in the quartermas- 
jter's department at San Juan, 
^Puerto Rico. Later he was em- 
I ployed by the Townley, the Baker 

and Thatcher hardware companies, 

retiring from the latter last year 

after 35 years of service. 

Besides the son mentioned, he is 

survived by one daughter, Mrs. 

Walter Deiss. Bradley Beach, and 

cnc sst'r. Mrs. Louise Tracy, St. 

Faul, Minn. /-^ -^ ,-; ^ ■ 



Mend 'Em." However, it is said that some ^£ 
the earlv inhabitants came from Mendham 
(now M'endum) Massachusetts. "The Black 
Horse" has been operated as a tavern ever 
since the post road was built. It was m the 
vicinity of Mendham, in January 17S1, that 
the mutiny of the Pennsylvania Line occured. 

^^ r I Keu> Jersey Cniincil State llou'^r. Trmtnn 

Howard A. Cordon t'^/'-'}) 
HoWLld A. Borden. aged 53 
yeais. of Point Pleasant, died Mon- 
day night in the Point Pleasant 
hospital. Funeral services will be 
held Friday at 2:30 p. m. at the 
H. Allen VanHise funeral heme in 
Point Pleasant with Rev. Edmund 
J. Walcnta, former pastor of St. 
Mary's-by-lhe-Sea church. Point 
Pleasant, officiating. Interment will; 
be in Greenwood cemetery, Brielle. 
He is survived by his "wife; one 
sister, Mis. W. T. Sutphen of Free- 
hold; and one brother, W. A. Bor- 
den of Ardcna. 



Edward Brand 

Edward Brand, senior clork-bcok- 
keeper in the auditing department 
at the State Hospital at Marlboro, 
was found dead at his home at 21 
Marion street. Trenton, on Tuesday 
morning. He (lad been on sick leave 
for the past six weeks due to a 



ondil 



Funeral 



vill 



old 



Saturday at 2 p. m., at the church 
home r.f Ivins and Campbell. 77 
Prospect stieet, Trenton. Inter- 
ment will be made in Greenwood 
cemetery there. Friends may call 
Friday evening. .C-/" »-,' / 



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Bonnel House at Chatham 



After the vktoiy at Springfield, while 
rnroute to Yorktown and the close of the 
War for Independence, General Washington 
encamped at Chatham. Here he made pre- 
tenses of eslabliihinj permanent quarters to 
mislead the British, who were holding New 
York. Many of the soldiers were quartered 
in the homes of the community. One oi 



Janic,4 .\. Karry 

James A. Bai :y, Ta years old, of 
R. D. 1. died on Saturday at the 
j Monmouth Menurial hospital, L,ong 
|r.;anch. He was a retired engrineei 

irialroad for 30 years. He has re- 
! sided in this section for 20 years 
] Funeral services were held or 
I Monday evening from his late home 
Uvith the Rev. ly, L. Sahler. pastoi 
;Of the Reformed church, officiuiing 
I Interment was on Tuesday in Ge 
I mond.s cemetery. New City. N. T. 
j in charge of Richard VanSant. 
I Mr. Barry is survived by threi 
I daughters, Mrs. Charles Young 
]Englewood; Mrs. Joseph Becke 
;and Mrs. Gus Schlechtwesr. hoth o 
5 Freehold, and one son, Harold Eai 
ry of Freehold. Two sisters, Mrs 
|vclson M. Eoyce and Mrs. John K 
iKetchner, both al Ithaca. N.Y., an 
five grandchildren and one great 
grandchild, also survivc'V- ^V / 

Mrs. PbuI.i Barber 

Funeral services for Mrs. Paula 
Barber, 85, widow of Joshua Bar- 
ber, were held Thursday at the 
Si-nagogue in Englishtown. Inter- 
ment w-as made at the Sons of Is- 
rael cemeteiy near Englishtown. 

She was a Russian, coming to 
this country 35 years ago.- She is 
survived by four children- Daniel 
iBarher of Philadelphia, Mrs. Molly 
' G rtlnr of Englishtown. Mrs. Eliza- 



of Pe 



7/J^Z. 



these, the Bonnel homestead on Watchung 
Avenue, was filled to capacity. Tradition 
declares that not content v,-ith this hospitality 
alone, Jfrs. Bonnel spent the night baking 
bread for the needy army on their long march 
to the south; stepping back and forth over 
the soldiers asleep on her kitchen floor. 

Veic -Jcrte]) Council, Statt Bouse, TrenfcK 



lia>riiond l'. Brown 

Raymond F. Brown, 5S years ol 
of the Farmingdale-Glendcla roa 
Farmingdale, died on Monday nig: 
in St. Mary's hospital, Philadelphi 
Funeral arrangements were und. 
the direction of Thomas R. Hard 
Belmar. 



Mr 



ved by 



v-ife, Mrs. Sara E. Brown; a so] 
I Grandin; his mother, Mrs. Sara 
iC. Stoney, Orange; four brother 
I Harry U. Denver; Charles A., Tier 

ton; George E., Freehold; and Free 
;erick P., Orange; and one siste; 

Mrs. Gus Raddler, Belleville. 

j Philip Bensel 

j Funeral services for Philip Een- 
isel were held Sunday afternoon at 
Is o'clock at the VanSant Colonial 

Home with the Rev. Walter J. Lake, 
'pastor of the First Baptist church. 

officiating. Interment was in the 

Maplewood cemetery. 

Mr. Bensel was 83 years old. and 

died Friday at the Marlboro stn'o 



He is 



ved by 



Julia VanMatt 



n he formerh 



WUllara Buche 

William Buche, father of Rev. 
Robert H. Buche, pastor of the 
Englishtown Pre.-ibyterian Church. 
died at his home in Slater. Iowa, 
jon Thursday, April 28th. Funeral 
services were held on Sund.ny. 

Rev. Buche. who left on April 
18th to vi-'il his father, has pu.- 
1 longed hi.s .stay. ,: - ; ^? .-' 



WEDDINGS 1 

Sluj berry — Baker ! 

Miss Maigreite M. ilaybeny, 
'daughter of Mr. and Jlrs. Harry 
|W. Mayberry of Tin ton Falls, and 
|Di'. Elsv.-orth E. Baker, son of Mr. 
I and Mrs. Xisl Baker Saskatchewan, 
Canada, were united in marriage on 
Sunday at 4 o'clock, before an altar 
decorated with b.-iskits of dahlias 
and gladioli in the Methodist church 
at Eatontown. The double-ring 
ceremony was performed by the 
Rev. E. A. Miller, pastor of the 
!church_ _/f/^/y/ 

I Bairds Have Family 

I Reunion 

I On Sunday, the honi.; of Mr. and 
JMrs. Harry Hammond of Manala- 
jpan. was the scene of a family rc- 
I union in hcnor of Charles A. Baird 
■of Freehold, whose 84th birthday 
was May 15th: and his son, David 
E. Baird, whose birthday was May 
1 22nd; and his grandson, Charles' 
I A. Baird 2d, whose birthday was! 
May 4th. I 

Those present were Charles A. ' 
Baird and Miss Jennie R. Baird, I 
lot Freehold; Mr. and Mrs. David E. 
; Baird and son. Charles A. 2d, of 
Trenton; Mr. and Mrs. Karl O. 
Baird of Hightstown, and Mrs. i 
'Harry P. HammoRd, a daughter cf 
j Mr. Baird, and her family, Mr. ' 
I Hammond, Claudia J. Hammond of 
Skillman, Mary Evelyn Hammond,; 
who is in training in Xew Bruns- 
wick; Mr. and Mrs. Chailes Baird i 
Hammond and babv son Davul of 
Munroe. N. Y.. and Mr. and Mrs. 
Heniy P. Hammond, Jr. and little | 
son, Henrj' P. Hammond 3d, of Ar- ; 
dena. jr.-'i i/y ■ I 

I MR. AND MRS. BURNS 
WED 3.^, YEARS 

I . ••- --t^i 

i Given Surprise Party 

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Burns of 17'' 
Henry street, were tendered a sur- ' 
prise paity in honcr of their 35th' 



weddi: 

ning i 



home of their son-in-J 
lav/ and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. | 
George Cook of 111 South street, by I 
their children. ' I 

Mr. Burns was the son of the! 
late Mr. and Mis, James Burns of 
Swcetmans Lane, and Mrs. Burns! 
was the daughter of the late Mr. I 
and Mrs .Michael Rooney of Man-; 
alr.pan. . They were married June ' 
28, 1986, in St. Rose of Lima Catho- I 
lie church here, by the late Mon- 
signor Frederick Kivelitz. Their 

Sharp Brxkley 

Miss Elizabeth W. Sharp and, 

L:.wrence C. Buckley, both of Belle- j 
'villc. were united in marriage Sat-! 
:urday afternoon by the Rev. Wal- -' 
jter J. Lake, at the parsonage of 
•the Fiist Baptist church, here. 
I Ml-, and Mrs. William G. Kadler 

of Belleville were the attendants. 
Mrs. Buckley is organist at the 

Grace Baptist church in Belleville, 

of which Mr. Lake was formerly 

pastor. .- r - '■i-U t 



-^ Notes 



Guasparini Briggs 

In an attractive fall v/edding. Miss 
Lola Guasparini, daughter of Mr., 
and Mrs. Angelo Guasparini of 111 
Henry street, was united in marri- ' 
age to Eugene C. Briggs, son of! 
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Briggs of; 
i Mechanic street, on Saturday after- 
, noon in St. Rose of Lima Catholic \ 
Church. Rev. Stephen Buividas, as- j 
|Sistant pastor, performed the cere- 1 
1 mony. ; ,■ / ■' 3/ 'f/ \ 

25 YEARS AGO | 

In a quiet wedding at the M. E. 
parsonage, Archie Burdge and Miss 
Evelyn Gr;.y were married bv Rev. 
N, J. Wright, pasU^r. >'/ ,',V> ,. 

Cowart — Brigden 

Miss Linnie — Kathryn Cowart, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon 
Cowart of Plainfield, was united in 
marriage to George I. Brigden, Jr., 
son of Mr. and Mrs. George Irving 
Brigden, Sr., of Montclair, on Sat- 
urday, in the Woodlawn alumnae 
house of New Jersey College for 
Women, New Brunswick. The cere- 
mony was perfornied by Rev. H. 
Lewis Smith, rector of the Holy 
' Cross Episcopal church. North 
j Plainfield, i 0'^'-, , ' :^ : 

Crisp — Blain 

I Miss Agnes Mac Crisp was united 
in n>arriage tc. John Robert Blain, 
in a pretty .summer wedding on 
Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock in 
the chapel of St. Peter's Episcopal 
church, with the Rev. Johi. H. 
Schwacke, pastor, performing the 

ter of Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Crisp 
of 39 Ford avenue and the bride- 
groom is the son c.f Mr. and Mrs. 
Rolland G. Blain of the Adelphia- 
Elton road. aj'/'Xl^i I 

WiUianvs-.-Biirtt 

Miss Marie Williams, daughter c 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Williams c 
Long Branch, and Chester A. Burt 
son of Mrs. Elizabeth Burtt c 
Englishtown, and the late Ogde 
Burtt, were united in marriage o 
Sunday. The ceremony was pel 
formed by Rev. E. J. Reed of Mat: 
wan. at his home. 

The attendants were Miss Dorc 
thea Higgins of Long Branch, 
sister of the brirte, and Elliot 
Soden of Englishtown, a nephei 

j Carter ---Baker 

Saturday morning at 11 o'clock,' 
Miss Mildred H. Carter, daughter > 
I of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney J. Carter of 
j91 East Main street, became the 
I bride of Richard O. Baker, son of i 
[John Baker of Hanover, Pa. The' 
'ceremony took phaco in All Saints! 
Episcopal church in Lakewood, with 
the Rev. John Hunter, pastor, of- 
ficiating. '. /^.y.i, I 



; Obituary iKotices. 

I Mrs. Rose Breslin 

I Mrs. Rose Ercslin, -wife o£ Thom- 
as J. Breslin, died suddenly Satur- 
d.iy nit;l't at their home at Wood- 
ibu'ry. Funeral services were held 
on Tuesday morning at the Wood- 
I bury Catholic Gemctery, where re- 
'quiom mass was celebrated aiid bur- 
■ ial was made in the Freehold Cath- , 
I oUc Cemetery. Besides her hus- 
! band, Mrs. Breslin is survived by 
three sons and two daughters. Mr. j 
and Mrs. Breslin and family for- [ 
merly lived in Freehold for several 1 
vcars. when Mr. Breslin was the| 
•Irit superintendent of the A. & M. 
, Karagheusian rug mill here. 

Charles Matthews Barkalow 

I Charles Matthews Barkalow, aged 
'70 years, died on Sunday afternoon I 
at his home at 24 Lafayette Place,! 
where he has resided for the past 
i 33 years. Funeral services were 
I held on Wednesday afternoon atj 
; the Clayton Funeral Home at Adel-i 
I phia, conducted by Rev. A. L. Lin- 
j der, Sr., father of the pastor of the 
i First Baptist Church, here, who is 
; in Rochester this week. Interment 
I was made in Adelphia Cemetery by 
I Director Clayton. 

I Mr. Barkalow was born at Adel- 
phia, the son of Eliphalet R. and j 
I Elmira Matthews Barkalow. He is 
I sun-ived by his wife, nee .Sarah I 
Robinson; one son, David Henry, 
and one daughter. Miss Eleanor P. 
1 Barkalow, all a; home and one sis- 
: tor, Mrs. James H. Stillwell of Adel- 

James W. Branford 

James \V. Branford, aged 79 
yeai-s, died early Sunday morning | 
at his home at S5 South Street, fol- 
lowing a long illness. Funeral ser- 
vices were held at his late home 
on Tuesday afternoon, conducted by' 
Rev. A. L. Linder, pastor of the! 
First Baptist Church. Interment 
was made in Maplewood Cemetery 
by Funeral Director W. H. Free- 
man. He is survived by two sons, 
Fred, of Hishtstown; Ernest, in 
England; one daughter, Mrs. Robert 
Jacob of Amsterdam, N. Y.; and 
one brother, George, in Philadel- 
phia. I 

Mr. Branford has resided In Free- 
hold since 1W5, when he came here 
from England, as one of the first 
employees of the A. & M. Kara- 
gheusian rug mill. He retired sev- 
eral years ago. ^'^Vr^S 



Etcell P. Boyce. aged 61 
died on Friday at Monmouth Me- 
morial Hospital at Long Branch. 

, Funeral services were held on Mon- 
day afternoon at his late home at 
9 F'.lton Street, and later at the I 
Freehold M. E. Church, where ser 
vices were conducted by Rev. Oti; 
V.inBrunt of Freehold, assisted by 
Rov. Norman VanBrunt of Fields- 

, horo, and Rev. J. N. Pcdrick, pas- 
tor. Interment was made in Maple- 
wood Cemeterj' by Funeral Direc- 
tor J. Laird Hulse of Englishtown. 
Mr. Boyce is survived by three 
sir.-' and four daughters, Fred and 
K' nr.c^h Boyce, and Mrs. Reva Mil 

■•■'■■■'. at home; Mrs. Esther Hamp- 
■' ■■■ of Park Avenue, Mrs. Verna 
■■•'•fy of ClilTwood Beach, Walter 
_' vcr of HiKht.stown, and Mrs. 
'■ ■ ■ ih Davison of Englishtown. 



Jlrs. Ik-ra T. Brown. ' I 

I Mrs. Dora T. Brown, aged ' 63 
I years, wife of Minor Brown, a 
, member of the Township Commit- 
|tee of Marlboro, died early last' 
I Thursday morning at the Pennsyl- 1 
vania Hospital in Philadelphia.' 
Funeral services were held from 
her late home at Marlboro on Sun- 
day afternoon at 2 o'clock, conduct- 
ed by Rev. James E. VanVessen, 
pastor of Old Brick Reformed 
Church, Bradevelt. Interment was 
made in the cemetery of that 
church, in charge of Funeral Direc- 
tor W. H. Freeman of Freehold. 
Besides her husband, she is surviv- 
ed by a son, Edwin F, Brown at 
home: and two nieces, Mrs. Ward 



nDerveer 


and Mrs. 


Hnr 




on, both 


of 


Red B 


ink 


both 


lom lived 


at 






home 



Sirs. Rachel Bilderback j 

Mrs. Rachel Bilderback, aged 58' 
years, wife of Willis E. Bilderback, 
supervising principal of Keyport 
High School, died on Saturday at 
her home at Keyport. Funeral ser- 
vices were held on Monday after- 
noon from her late home with the 
Rev. D. Roe Haney officiating. In- 
terment was made in Greengrove 
Ceraeterj-, Kej-port. 

She %vas the daughter of the late 
Hugh and Rebecca Reynold Mooie 
of Xeptune. Survivors besides her! 
husband include a daughter, Mrs. 
Ruth E. Moody of Keyport; two 
sons, Willis P. of New Brunswick, 
and Edward J., Keyport; two bro- 
thers, Joseph Moore of Neptune and 
Hugh Moore of Belmar; three sis- 
ters, Mrs. J. Rufus Hulsart of Free- 
hold, Mrs. Robert VanDusen of 
Neptune and Mrs. W. J. Gates of. 
Washington, D. C. / ■ ^ 7 / S ' \ 

Mrs. Anuinda Elizabeth Burke 

Mrs. Amanda Elizabeth Burke, 
widow of Charles Henry Burke, died 
on Thursday evening at her home 
on Harrison Street, Englishtown. 
Funeral services were held on Sun- 
day afternoon at the Englishtown 
M. E. Church, with Rev. W. E. 
Webster, pastor, officiating. Inter- 
ment was made in Old Tenncnt 
Cemetery in charge of Funeral Di- 
rector C. H. T. Clayton & Son of 
Adelphia, 

She is survived by five sons: 
Charles H.. and Frank R., of Bay- 
onne; Samuel A., Trenton; Arnold 
S., Elizabeth; and Fred L., English- 
town; also a sister, Mrs. Helen 
Bright of Sayreville; and six grand- 
children and eight great-grandchil- 
dren. She was born in England, 
the daughter of George Spratford 
and Mary Ann Gilhan. ^^I'J^yf 

WUHam W. Beams 3- J) -If 

William W. Beams, four months 
old son of Mr. and Mrs. William W. 
Beams, Sr., of Adelphia, died ea^ly 
Tuesday morning at the home oT 
his parents. Private funeral servi- 
ces will be held this (Thursday) af- 
ternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of 
Frank Cook at Adelphia, with Kev. 
Robert L. Blackman of Adelphia 
Methodist Church officiating. In- 
terment will be made in Adelphia 
Cemetery in charge of Funeral Di- 
rector C. H. T. Clayton & Son. Be- 
sides his parents, the child is sur- 
vived by his maternal grandparents, 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Archer of Adel- 
phia; and his paternal grandpar- 
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Beams 
of Center Street, Freehold. 



OBITUARY NOTICES. 

Mrs. Matilda Burdge 

Mrs. Matilda Burdge. aged 86 
years, a resident of Lakewood, died 
'on Monday at the State Hospital at 
Marlboro. Funeral services will be 
held from the Clayton Funeral 
Home at Adelphia, on Friday after- 
noon at 1:30 o'clock, with Rev. Ro- 
bert L- Blackman of the Adelphia 
M. E. Church officiating. Interment 
will be made in Harmony Cemetery. 
Mrs. Burdge U survived by one son, 
Milton Burdge of Camden.;^yyjf'' 

1 Miss Lucy >L Burdge 

1 Miss Lucy M. Burdge. aged 30 
years, died on Monday evening at 
the home of her aunt, Mrs. Kdith 
Sutphen at Farmingdale, where she 
has resided for the past 25 years. 
Funeral services will be held at the 
home of her aunt, on Friday after- 
noon at 3 o'c 
Rev. Frank K 
ingdalc Presby 
ted by Rev. J 



conducted by 



Church, as.sls- 
Dykeman of 
will be made 
in Evergreen Cemetery, Farming- 
dale, by Funeral Director C. H. T. 
Clayton & Son of Adelphia. 

Besides the aunt with whom she 
lived, Miss Burdge is survived by 
her father, Burtis Burdge of Lake- 
wood; two sisters, Mrs. Allen 
Thompson of Farmingdale, and 
Miss Florence Burdge of Falmouth, 
Mass. Sl'.e w-as a member of the 
Farmingdale Presbyterian Church. 

Miss Burdge was the Farmingdale 
correspondent for the Monmouth 
Democrat. / -^- ^ y 

John H. Bills i 

John H. EiUi of Atkins Avenue, 
Neptune, aged f9 years, died on 
Thursday morning at Fitkin Hos- 
pital, Neptur.e. Funeral services 
were held on Sunday afternoon at 
the home of his daughter, Mrs. 
Olive Irons at Neptune, with Rev. 
J. J. Messier, officiating. Inter- 
ment was made in Atlantic View 
Cemeteiy in charge of Funeral Di- 
rector C. H. T. Clajion * Son of 
Adelphia. Mr. Bills was the son 
of the late James and Rachel Bills 
of Freehold. - '-'"'i'~8l 

P. J. Alphonse Berkmans 
Word has been received by rela- 
tives, here, of the sudden death on 
Monday, of P. J. Alphonyc Berk- 
mans, aged about 70 years, at his 
home in Augusta, Ga. 

He is survived by his widow, Sal- 
ly Bedle Berkmans, a formej resi 
dent of Freehold; a brother, Loui.' 
, Berkmans of Atlanta; two nephews 
Donald C. Butcher of Freehold ant 
Robert Parker of Mount Holly. Ro- 
bert Bedle of Red Bank is a bj 
thcr-in-!av.-. 

Mr. Berkmanr. was educated 
the University of Georgia. I 

Craig of this vicinity. %'':, — if \ 
BITS. Agnes Benton ' 

Mrs. Agnes Benton, who was em- 
ployed at the House of the Good 

ing at St. Rose's Hospital' In New 
York City. Her funeral mass will 
be celebrated on Friday morning at 
7 o'clock at the House" of the Good i 
Shcrheid, and interment will be I 
mndo in the Collier Foundation 
Crnv t.ry. on the premises, \t\ 
cl. . :-c of Funeral Director W. H.I 
Frceii-an. She has no surviving 



I .Airs. M.iy Butcher. 

I Mrs. May Butcher, aged 42 years, 
jdied early Monday mornin.s at Fit- 
I kin Hospital at Neptune, where she ^ 
i was taken on Sunday evening. She 
I and her family resided at and i 
operated the roadstand known as 
i Economy Market on the Freehold-' 
i Marlboro road. She is survived by 
I her husband. Paul, and three chil- 
dren, Paul, Jr., George and Ruth 
I Funeral sei-vices were held on 
i Wednesday morning at the Clayton 
i Funeral Home at Adelphia, -uith 
I Rev. R. L. Blackman of Adelphia, 
'cfnciating. Interment was made in 
Maplewood Cemetery here by Di- 
rector Clayton, j , i-, t>f 1 
I William Bates. 
I Williani Bates, age 77 years, died 
suddenly at his home in AJlentown 
last Wednesday morning. Funeral 
services which were private, were 
held on Saturday from Leming & 
Peppier Funeral Home, conducted 
by Rev. H. D. S. Coates of the 
Baptist church. Interment was in 
Allentown Methodist Cemetery. 

Survivors are three sons, Abram 
and Lee Bates of Allentown and 
Leslie H. Bates of Glendale, L. I.; 
also seven grand children and two 
great-grand children. /p^/q/$'y 

Charles Bennett. 

Charles Bennett, aged 84 years, a 
former resident of Colts Neck, died 
on Friday morning at the Welfare 
Home at Briar Hil. His body was 
removed to Funeral Director W. H. 
Freeman's on East Main Stieet. 
Funeral services were held there 
on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, 
conducted by Rev. Peter M. Boel- 
houwer, pastor of the Colts Neck 
Reformed Church. Interment was 
made in West liOng Branch Ceme- 
tery by Director Freeman. He is 
and 



j Mrs. Irene Vliecler Bent 

Mrs. Irene Wheeler Bent widow 
1 of Francis H. Bent of Fair Haven, 
died early Wednesday morning at 
the Welfare Home at Briar Hill. 
Funeral services will be held on 
Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the 
j Claj-ton Funeral Home at Adelphia. 
Interment will be made in Ardcna 
Cemetery by Director Clayton. She 
is survived by one son, Francis H. : 
Bent, Jr.. of Fair Haven. _5^ ;^? ^ 



Mrs. Josejihir 



Bennett 



Mrs. Josephine Bennett, aged 77 
years, a former resident of Eel- 
mar, died on Sunday at the home 
of Mrs. Richard Kennedy at Mor- 
ganville, where she resided. Fune- 
ral services were held on Tuesday 
afternoon at Funeral Director W 
H. Fieem.'.n's on East Main Street 



condu 


:tpd hv Rev 


. A. L. Linder 


pastoi 


of the First 


Baptist Church 




Interment v 


ras made in At- 


lantic 


View Cem 


etery at Mana- 


squan 
ti^•es 


She ha^ no 


immediate rela 


Mrs, Margaret 


A. Brindlcy 


Mrs 


Margaret A 


Brindley. aged 


87 yea 


s. widow o 


John Brindlev. 


died a 


t her home 


in Manasquan. 


last T 


hursday nigl 


t. Her funeral 


was h 


■Id Sunday. 


Rev. Chailes M. 


Hogat 


. pastor of 


the First M. E. 


Churc 


. olliciating. 


Interment was 


made 


n AtlnnlK- View Cemeteiy. 


Dccca 


ed was horn 


at West, Fai ms^ 



V^'eddioE Notes 



PM 



irne Brown 

In a pretty early Fall wedding, 
I Miss Mary Florence Beirne, daugh- 
'ter of thj late Mr. and Mrs. Thom- 
as H. Beirne of 43 Bowne avenue, 
became the bride of Marvin C. 
Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles 
Brown of Church street, Lakehurst. 
on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock 
in the St. Rose of Lima Catholic 
church. The Rev. John A. Kucker, 
pastor, performed the ceremony. 

Barg Barkalow | 

Miss Hedda Marie Barg, daugh- , 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur P. Barg.: 
1 Alexander avenue. Freehold Park, 
and E. Franklin Barkalow, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. Barkalow, Sr., 

lAdelphia, were united in marriage, 
Saturday at the Freehold Reformed 

■ church, by the pastor, Rev. William '• 
L. Sahler. /V-;^''_/y/ 

Conovrr--- Bennett 

Miss Dorothy A. Conover, daugh- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Rezeau 
Conover of Locust Lawn farm, Colts 
Neck, became the bride of U Al- 
ven Bennett, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
L. R. Bennett. Asbury Park on 
Saturday afternoon. The ceremony 
was performed by the Rev. Peter 
Boelhouwer, pastor of the Colts 
Xeck Reformed church, on the lawn 
of the bride's home. ^/'J/Jit/ 
I Baum - - . Boyi4n 

i Bernard Boyarin of New York 
City, son of Mr. and Mrs. Israel 
I Boyarin of West Farms, was united 
I in marriage to Miss Minnie Baum 
, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Baum 
I New York City on Sunday after- 
moon. March 6th. The ceremony 
I was performed at the home of the 
j bride's brother in New York. 
1 A reception was held following 
the ceremony, for about 70 guests 
,The newly married couple will re- 
side at 183rd Street. Those attend- 
ing from this vicinity were Mr. and 
Mrs. Israel Boyarin and son David 
Boyarin, Mr. and Mrs. I. Friedman, 
and Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Peskin! 



Koeppel Borden 

Miss Ruth E. Koeppel of Atlantic 
Highlands, daughter of the late Mr 
and Mrs. George C. Koeppel, was 
united in marriage to John W. Bor- 
den son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Arthur 
Borden of Freehold, on Sunday af- 
ternoon at 4 o'clock in the First 
It t^ T^° "^""^"^ ^' Atlantic! 
Highlands. The ceremony was per- 
formed by P.ev. William C. Colby, 
pastor of the Rumson Presbyterian) 



SutteU - - - Brown 

Miss Rosalie Suttell, daughte 



[Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Suttell of 
I Buffalo, N. Y. and Horace E. 
I Brown, son of Mrs. -William E. 
j MaUhews of Lakewood. were united 
I in marriage by Rev. Kenneth King- 
iston on Sunday at 5 p. m., in the; 
Farmingdale Methodist church. I 

Cook - - . Bauerle 

Miss Evelyn Matthews Cook, 
daughter of Mrs. Ethel Cook of, 
Farminidale. was united in mar-| 
rii_-e to Gordon Gretz Bauerle of! 
Phil,-;'Jelphia. on Saturday at 2' 
o'clotK in Philadelphia. The Rev. | 
P.:id E. Dcitz performed the cere- 



:Mr. Bearh's Birthday 

I CELEBRATED AT PARTY 
AT HOME 

I Over Hundred Friends 
I Guests 

I The "open house" which Miss 
Florence Beach held last Thursday 
afternoon and evening in honor of 
the 80th birthday anniversary of her 
father, Edward P. Beach, Sr., was 
attended by 135 friends and ' rela- 
tives. Besides the well wishes, Mr. 
Beach was the recipient of numer- 
ous bouquets, cards, and gifts. 

Mrs. George B. Conover and Mrs. | 
Carl McDermott poured. Others 
who assisted passing refreshments 
included Mrs. H. H. Freedman. Mrs 
Pauline Hargreaves, Miss Mildred 
[Enriiht. Mrs, K. J. Parker, Mrs. 
William Farr. Miss Bertha Van- 
Derfocf and Mrs. Sarah B. Ballew 
[ all of Freehold, and Mrs. E. p' 
, Beach, Jr. of Westfield. A buffet 
•tea was served in the dining room,' 
] which was beautifully decorated • 
■ with flowers and lighted candles, j 
I Mr. Beach was born in Newark. 
I on January 13, 1858, the son of 
I Charles E. and Mary Coe Beach.! 
jHe became an apprentice in the 
.shop of Ungcr Brothers, who at. 
; that time had a small business fash- 
i ioning jewelry. The firm expanded 
until it employed more than 600 
I men, and Mr. Beach became junior 
partner and manager of the plant. 
! He retired about 31 years ago. and 
moved to what is now the Joseph 
Lacey Farm on the Adelphia Road. 
Later, howev-r. he moved to 1 
Broad Street here, where he has 
since resided. His wife, nee Sarah 
Elizabeth Marsh of Rahway. to 
whom he was married in 1880, 
died a number of years ago. Mr. 
Beach has three children— Clarence 
and Miss Emma Florence Beach, 
who live at home; and Edward, Jr.] 
who is connected with the New- 
York office of the United States 
Steel Corporation, and with wife 
and two sons, lives in Westfield. 

Mr. Beach served as member of 
the town commis.?ioners in Free- 
hold in 1914 and 1915. he was in 
[charge of the street department. 
In spite of his 80 years, Mr. Beach 
I is active and enjoys gooc} health 
and all of his faculties./ «- , - r/ 

' .^^ i^-'/^' 

Wed 50 Years; Vse Old China I 

i^l' ^"^. ^^"- '""d^i'-k John 
fh tin,^ Lau.clton, celebrated! 
their 50th wedding anniversary at I 
their home on Saturday. They I 
used for the first time, a five-piece 
gold trimmed tea set, given to 
them by his parents, who received 
the set in 1894 in Germany, as a 
gift in honor of their own 50th 
wedding anniversary. Each piece 
in the set is inscribed with "Golden 
I Wedding 1894." .. _ -_. : 

Bolster- -Bllsko 

Miss Margaret Bolster of West 
Freehold, and John Elisko of Holm- 
del, were united in marriage last 
Saturday morning at 9 o'clock at 
St Rose of Lima Catholic Church, '■ 
with a nuptial mass celebrated by' 
Rev. James Child, assistant pastor. ' 
Th.' maid of honor was Miss Jean 
McKnight of Holmdel. and the host 
man was Thomas McKniiiht of 
Holmdel. , , -U-^T 



-A 



Mrs. Barkalow Celebrates 
83rd Birthday. 

Mrs. Lydia V. Barkalow of Ar- 
dena celebrated her 83rd birthday 
anniversary on Friday. 

Mrs. Barkalow is the daughter .of 
the late Emaline VanHise and Ed- 
•waxd T. Gravatt and was born at 
Perrineville. Her early girlhood 
days were spent in that vicinity. 
She married the lare William H. 
Barkalow, son of Mr, and Mrs. Ell- 
phalet Barkalow of Adelphia on 
Thanksgiving,' day, Nov. 27th, 1880. 
They began housekeeping on the 

I Hugh N. Barkalow farm near Still- [ 

I wells Corner, then moved to the \ 
late Charles Patterson farm now! 
owned by Lester Barton, near Par- 
adise. Later, they purchased the] 
Thomas Jackson farm on the Lake-' 
wood and Adelphia highway where 
she has lived for 50 years. 

She is the mother of Mrs. Sidney 
E. Bromley with whom she now re- 
sides, near Ardena, and of the late 
Leon A. Barkalow. 

In spite of her age, Mrs. Barka- 
low is in excellent health and is an 

! active member of the Bethesda 
Methodist church. Her pet hobby 

I is braiding rugs and piecing quilts. 
She has recently pieced quilts for 

I each of her six grandchildren, Mrs. 
Leonia Jvline of West Reading, Pa.; 
Mrs. Bernice Kirk of Philadelphia, 

I Pa.; Miss Muriel Barkalow, Mrs. 

i Eleanor MacDonald, Wilma Barka- 1 

5 low, and Glenn Barkalow of P'ree-, 
hold. She has five great-grandchil- j 

! dren. ~ , / / ' '^ | 

OBITUARY NOTICES. 

Mrs, Susan Brown. 

Mrs. Susan Brown, wife of Arrie 
Brown of Throckmorton Street, 
died on Wednesday morning at the 
Monmouth Memorial Hospital. Fu- 
neral services will be held on Fri- 
day afternoon at 2 o'clock at the 
Second Baptist Church, with the 
pastor. Rev. W. A. Parham, ofllciat- 
ing. Interment will be made in 
Maplewood Cemetery by Funeral 
Director W. H. Freeman. 

Besides her husband, she 
vived by one son, John Brown 
Washington, D. C. 

John F. Brenner 
John F. Brenn 
a resident of 29 Lafayette Street.! 
I Rumson, died on Wednesday after- 
|noon of last week, at Monmouth! 
Memorial Hospital at Long Branch. | 
Funeral services were held on Mon- 
day morning at 9 o'clock at his 
late home, and at 10 o'clock at the 
Church of the Holy Cross at Rum- 
son, where requiem mass was cele- 
brated. Interment was made in 
Mount Olivet Cemetery at Middle- 
town, in charge of Funeral Director 
W. H. Freeman of Freehold. 

Mrs. Margaret Bushman 

Mrs. Margaret Bushman, wife of i 
Stephen Bushman, died on Thurs-j 
day afternoon at her home at 82 
Bannard Street. Funeral services' 
were held on Saturday morning at 
9 o'clock at St. Rose of Lima Catho- 
lic Church, with requiem mass be- 
ing celebrated by Rev. James Child, 
assistant pastor. Interment was 
made in the Freehold Catholic 
Cemetery, in charge of Funeral Di- 
rector W. H. Frerman. Besides her 
husband, Mrs. Bushman is survived 

and one son, Antimny, of Brooklyn. 



Srown of 
49 years, ' 



I Mrs. EUen Uugnn Brown 

I Mrs. Ella Dugan Brown, aged 79 
years, died on Thursday night 
her home at 215 East 81st Street, 
New York City. Her body 
brought to the Freeman funeral 
home here Sunday. Funeral services 
were held on Monday morning, at 
B;30 o'clock at the funeral home, 
and at 9 o'clock at St, Rose of Lima 
Catholic Church, where requiem 
mass was celebrated by Rev. James 
Child, assistant pastor. Interment; 
waa made in the Freehold Catholic! 
Cemetery by Director Freeman. 

Mrs. Brown was born near Free- 
hold, and lived here for a number 
of years before moving to New 
York City. She waa the widow of 
Joseph Brown, who died on October 
7, last, and who was employed for 
a number of years, in Freehold and 
New York by the W. H. Jacksons, 
dealers in fire places and equip- 
ment, and former owners of what 
is now the Woman's Club house on 
Broad Street 

She is survived by one son, 
George Brown, of Lynbrook, L. I.;i 
two sisters and one brother, Mrs. 
Mary Hardy of Colts Neck, Mrs. 
Jane Queency and John J. pugan, , 
both of Freehold. ^/i^/f^ \ 

Mrs. EUa M. BrowTi. 

Mrs. Ella M. Brown, aged 78 
years, died on Monday at the home 
of her daughter, Mrs. Ethel Lvnch 
of Fair Haven, with whom she liv- 
ed. Funeral services will be held 
today (Thursday) at the Lynch 
home with the Rev. Dr. Carroll M. 
Burck. pastor of Christ Episcopal 
Church of .Shrewsbury officiating. 
Interment will be made in Plain- 
field. 

Mrs. Brown was born in Freehold 
the daughter of John and Sarah 
1 Throckmorton Conley. Her hus- 
' ■ late James E. Brown. 

For many years they lived in 
Plainfleld, moving to Fair Haven 
10 years ago. 

Besides the daughter mentioned 
she is survived by two other 
daughters, Mrs. Cha'rlotte Bovle of 
Fair Haven and Mrs. J. J. Roberts 
jot New York; three sons, WiUiam 
I Henderson, Robert and Arthur, all 
:ot Rochester, N. Y.; a brother, Otis 
1 Conley of Rahway; also several 
I grandchildren. /'•/ t" -"/ 

Mrs. T. H. Bermett Dead 

Mrs. Annie M. Bennett, wife of 
Theodore H. Bennett, died on Sat- 
urday at her home at Spring Mead- 
ow at Allaire. She was regent of 
the Governor William Livingston 
I Chapter of the D.A.R., a member of 
I the Daughters of Colonial Wprs, 
I and an active member in the Spring 



Lake Wc 



Club. 



Joel \V_ Burdge 

JoGl W. Burdge, aged 31 years. 
died on Tuesday at his home at 
Oak Glen, near Farmingdale. Fune- 
ral services will be held on Friday 
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the 
Clayton Funeral Home at Adelphia, 



ith Rev 



the 



Farmingdale Presbyterian Church, 
officiating. In:ermont will be made 
I in Ardena Cemetery by Director 
j Clayton. He is survived by his 
wife, Mrs. Hattie Lear Burdge, and 
four children, at homo; four bro- 
I thers. Raymond, of liclm.ir, Bryan, 
I Clinton and Fred of Lakewood; 
I and one sister. Miss Ethel K. 
[Burdge of West F.irms. He was 
the son of the late CI. da Hul^e and. 



I OBITUARY NOTICES. j 

Charles Brower ' ^~ | 
Charles Brower, aged 83 years, [ 
died on Thursday at his home at \ 
1 Lakewood. Funeral ser\-ices were 
1 held on Sunday afternoon at the 
j Cla>'ton Funeral Home at Adelphia, 
conducted by Rev.Robert L. Black- 
man of Adelphia. Interment was I 
I made in Maplewood Cemetery, Free- 
ihold. by Director Claj-ton. 

Mr. Brower is survived by one 
I daughter, Mrs. William P. Sherman ' 
i of Asbury Park; one son, Charles' 
] Jr., of Westfield; a half brother and 
two sisters, George J. Taylor and 
'Miss Virrinia W. Taylor, of Free- 
hold, and- Mrs. Hannah Tompkins ' 
jOf Beechhurst, Lon^ Island. 
I Mr. Brower was a native of Adel- 

Ipbia, where he formerly operated 
a general store. He lived for 14 
years in California, after which he 
returned to Asbur>' Park. For the 
[ past several years, he had lived 

■ both in Asbury Park and Lakewood. 

John J. Bar»1g 

John J. Barwig-, aged 62 years, 
died on Friday at his home near 
Clarksburg. Funeral services were 
held there on Sunday afternoon, 
conducted by Rev. Mr. Fritz of Per- 
rineville. Interment was made on 
Monday in the Cemetery at Lava, 
N. Y. in charge of Funeral Director 
C. H. T. Clajlon & Son of Adelphia. 
Mr. Barwig is survived by his wife, 
nee Carrie L. Ellis; two sons, Ray- 
mond, at home, and Kenneth of 
Closter. N. Y.; a brother, George 
Barwig of Peckville, Pa.; and a sis- 
ter, Mrs. Frances Haas of Sacra- 
mento, California. 7 -,J^ "> i^ i 

Mrs. RuJianvah Barton. 

-Mrs. Ruhamah Barton, widow of 
Frank Barton, died on Thursday, 
at her home at Ardena Ii^lne^al 
services were held on Sunday after- 
noon at the Clayton Funeral Home 
at Adelphia, conducted by Rev 
Robert L. Blackman of Adelphia. 
Interment was made in Adelphia 
Cemetery by Director Clayton. 

She is survived bv one son, Les- ' 
ter. of Adelphia; a daughter. Stella ' 
at home: and a step-son. 'waltei^ 
Barton of Asbury Park. IX-,'t-^'^ 
John F. Biggam 
John F. Biggam of 115 Atlantic 
Avenue, Matawan, died at his late 
home on Monday. Funeral services 
are being held this (Thursday) 
morning at 9:30 o'clock at St. Jo- 
Iseph's Catholic church, Keyport, 
I where requiem mass was celebrat- 
led. Interment was made in the 
adjoining cemetery, in charge of 

■ Funeral Director W. H. Freeman 
of Freehold. Mr. Biggam. who was 
a retired member of the New York 
City police department, is survived 
by one daughter, Alice, at home. 

Mrs. Ida Beck, aged 29 years, 
who lived on the Ely-Sweetman's 
Lane road, died on Tuesday at 
Monmouth Memorial hospital at 
Long Branch. Funeral services will 
be held on Friday at Laurel, Deta- 
in Odd Fellows Cemetery there by 
Funeral Diiector Richard VanSant 
of Frc'ihold. She is survived by 
her husband, Jules Beck, and one 
son, Robert, at home; al.^o her 
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Fritz, 
and two brothers and two sisteis, 
a:i living in DcL^ware. y-^,^-^1<^' 



Wedding Notices 



4 



Hickey - - . BjTne' 

Miss Catherine Hickey, daughter 
of John Hickey of Lincoln Place 
and James Byrne, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. 'William Byrne of PerrineviUe 
were united in marriage at 7 o'clock 
on Tuesday evening in St. Antho-' 
ny's Catholic Church at Hightstown. 
The ceremony was performed by 
the Rev. William Quinn, pastor. 



ILarrison Briggs 

Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Larris 



near New Sharon have announced 
the marriage of their daughter Hcl- 
; en Marie Larrison to Stanley 
Briggs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest 
Briggs on Saturday afternoon, De- 
I cember 18th in the manse of the 
! Presbyterian church, Hightstown. 
The Rev. Thomas Tyack, D. D., 
performed the ceremony. They 
were attended by Mr. and Mrs. 
Frank Briggs of near Hightstown. 
The couple are enjoying a . motor 
trip to Florida. //i' 3c' 



Reeder---Bozarth 

Miss Jean Reeder, daughter of 
Mr, and Mrs. William Reeder of 
Imlaystown, and Harold Bozarth 
son of the late .Mr. and Mrs. Wal- 
lace Bozarth of Bordentown, were 
united in marriage on Saturdav at 
3 o'clock in the Trinity M.' E. 
, Church at Bordentown. The Rev^ 
Harry D. Hummer, performed the 
ceremony. ^~ f £'—.'i'>' 

I l?ey-.. Burke /'-/.-:'/\ 

I Miss Thelma Eugenia Dey, daugh- 
j ter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Perrine Dev 
I of Allentown, was united in mar- 
riage to Woodrow Wilson Burke 
son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Arthur 
Burke of 178 South Street, Satur- 
day at five o'clock at the bride's 
home, by the Rev. Earle Fritz. 



Erriek.son . - - Biifke' ' ' \ 

Miss Evelj-n Elizabeth Errick- i 
son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. 1 
Arthur Errickson of 51 Throck- 
morton Street, and Harold Burke, | 
, son of Mrs. Winifred Burke and \ 
I the late Thomas C. Burke, were 
I united in marriage on Wednesday 
I in a ceremony solemnized at St.! 
Rose of Lima Catnoilc Church, byl 
I the pastor Rev. John A. Kuc'ker. 

Tuzeneu Barbagelata 

Miss Jane Tuzeneu, daughter of 
Mr, and Mrs. Elwood Tuzeneu of 
Farmingdale, was united in mar- 
riage to John Barbagelata, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Barbagelata 
of Matawan, on Saturday afternoon 
at the rectory of St. Joseph's Catho- 1 
lie church, Keyport. "- -/-- < j 

McGackin Barlow 

The prettiest wedding of the 
season here, was .solemnized on Sat 
urday morning, when Miss Betty 
of Mr and 
f 38 Lin- 

to Robeirt S. Barlow, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John C. Barlow of Cran- 
bury. The ceremony and nuptial 
mass were solemnized at 9 o'clock 
at the St. Rose of Lima Catholic 
Church, by the pastor. Rev. John 



GEORGE BORDEN DEAD 

Was Former Freehold 

Merchant _-^ '. yfi' 

George W. Borden, aged 44 years, 
formerly of Freehold, died sudden- 
ly of a heart attack, Sunday after- 
noon at his home at Highlands. 

ilr. Borden had been fishing with 
his brother, Randolph, and upon 
his return home complained of in- 
digestion. He talked with his rao- 

his room where he' was heard fall. 
The first aid squad was summoned, 
bue he had died before their ar- 
rival. 

He was born in Highlands, the 
son of Joseph H. and Sylvia Carver 
Borden. Most of his life was spent 
in that town with the exception of, 
a few years when he lived in Free-i 
hold. I 

I Mr. Borden was in partnership] 
with James A. McMahon in the 
I operation of a pool room from 1915- 
I 1918 in the Trust Company build-] 
ling on Main street. The World 
War intervened and the building i 
was sold to the Trust Company.] 
Later, in 1919, following the war, 
the confectionery business of the 
late John McChesney on West Main 
street, was purchased by Mr. Mc- 
Mahon. Mr. Borden and Asher Car- 
ver, and was known as the C. & B. 
confectionery store. Some years 
later, Mr. McMahon sold his inter- 
est to Mr. Carver. Louis Dey came 
into the business and later the 
store became known as Borden & 
Dey. Mr. Borden remained with 
Mr. Dey about a year and a half. 
About 2 years ago, Mr. Borden was 
employed as bartender at Cart- 
wrighfs Inn. 

He was a former member of the 
Fieehold B. P. O. Elks. 

Funeral services were held on 
Wednesday afternoon at the home 
of his brother, Randolph, at High- 
lands, at 2:30 o'clock, with the Rev. 
E. Harold Mathis. pastor of the 
M. E. Church officiating. Inter- 
ment was made in Bayview ceme- 
tery, Leonardo. 

Besides his mother and the bro- 
ther mentioned, he is survived by 
another brother, Ralph, of Point 
Pleasant, and two sisters, Mrs. 
Andrew Clayton of Union and Mrs. 
Alvin Shropshire of Red Bank. 



William BromeU " ' ^"'-'C 
William Bromell, aged 75 years, 
died early Sunday morning at his 
home on Morris Street. Funeral 
services were held on Tuesday af- 
ternoon at the W. H. Freeman Fu- 
neral Home on East Main Street,, 
with Rev. A. L. Linder, pastor of 
the First Baptist Church, officiat- 
ing. Interment was in Maplewood 
Cemetery. 

Ml". Bromell is survived by his 
wife, three sons, William of Nep- 
tune, Harry and Lester, of Free- 
hold; three daughters, Mrs. Charles 
Campbell of Neptune, Mrs. William 
Hartung and Mrs. Chester Holmes 
of Freehold; and one stepson, Sid- 
ney S. Stryker, at home. 

Mr. Bromell was seized with a 
stroke on Saturday afternoon, and 
was found i^ .;n unconscious con- 
dition by Mi-,. Bromell. He did not'l 
regain con.sciousnes3 before his | 
death, early Sunday morning. 



Charles C. ISurJse 

Charles C. Burdge. aged 82 years, 
died at his homo at Beverly Beach, 
near HerbcrtsviUe, on Sunday. Fu- 
neral services were held on Wed- 
nesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at 
his late home, conducted by Rev. 
Elijah Reod of Little Silver. Inter-j 
ment was made in AUenw^od Cem-i 
etery in charge of Funeral Dirnotor 
C. H. T. Clayton & Son of Adel-| 
phia. He was born in that vicinity, 
the son of William and Jane Hav-| 
ens Burdge. He is survived byi 
three sons, William, of Herberts- 1 
ville; Joseph, of Greenville;^ and 
Leon, at home. "- "^ ' '^ 

William A. Bro«Ti 

William A. Brown, well known] 
local painting contractor, died on 
Wednesday afternoon at St. Fran- 
cis Hospital, Trenton, where he was 
taken last Friday. He had been ill 
for several weeks. He lived at 127 
Throckmorton StreeL 

Funeral services will be held on 
Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at 
St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church, 
with requiem mass being celebrat- 
ed by the pastor. Rev. John A. 
Kucker. Interment will be made 
in the Freehold Catholic Cemetery 
in charge of F^ineral Director W. 
H. Freeman. 

He is survived by his wife, nee 
Margaret Eovie; his mother, Mrs. 
Sarah Brown of Belleville'; six bro- 
thers, Harry, of Debcck, Califor- 
nia; Charles A.. Farmingdale; Ray- 
mond, Philadelphia: George, Free- 
hold; Percy T., Belleville, and Fred, 
Newark; and one sister, Mrs. Gus 
Radler of Eellcville. -/ .-^ _^ ,<r 

George Blain 

George Blain. aged 42 years, died 
at his home at Smithburg, early 
Sunday morning. Funeral services 
were held at his late home on Wed- 
nesday afternoon, with Rev. Rob- 
ert Childs of Ardena, officiating. 
I Interment was made in Maplewood 
cemetery, here, by Funeral Director 
] C. H. T. Clayton & Son of Adelphia. 
] He is survived by four aunts. 
Mrs. Leonora Ely, of Bradley 
Beach; Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor, As- 
bury Paik; Mrs. Sally Gravatt and 
Mrs. William N. Thompson, Free- 
hold; and one uncle, John Blain 
of Smithburg. 

Mr. Blain was a former employee 
at S. McKelvey's furniture store, 
on West Mam street, here. The 
deceased was born at Smith- 
] burg, the son of the late Frank 
I Blain and Lilly Blain, both of whom 
idled in 1936. ':i. j^^ ^ j-- 

Edward F. Burke i 

Edward F. Burke, aged 76 years,] 
died early Friday msrning at his' 
home at Harmony, where he was! 
a farmer and life-long resident. Fu-I 
neral services were held at the' 
Clayton funeral home at Adelphia 
on Tuesday afternoon, with Rev. 
Otis VanBrunt of Freehold, officiat- 
ing. Interment was made in Hol- 
manville cemetery by Director Clay- 
ton. 

He is survived by the following 
sons and daughters: Lcnwnod, Mel- 
vin, Franz, and Harry, of Harmony; ! 
Mrs. Delphine Applogato .ind Mrs.] 
Anna Trashorg. of M.nn.ilnpan; Ed- 
■ward ,of Siloam; M:s. Iva Buchannn 
and Russell Burk.', if Ntw York 
City; Harvey, of New.irk; and Mr.i.l 
Louella Arnold, 



H impshire. ] 



J 



Wedding r^otices 



Grover Bennett 

Miss Bertha J. Grover. daughter | 
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grover ofi 
Hightstown, -was united in marriage | 
to Ora J. Bennett, son of Mr. and I 
Mrs. John D. Bennett of Cranbury, 
on Saturdaj- at 5;30 p. m. at the- 
home of the bride's parents. The! 
Rev. W. Humphrey, pastor of the] 
Baptist Church of Hightstown, per-! 
formed the c eremo ny. /^ I 

Enright - - - Bosley 



I Miss Veronica Enright. daughter" 
I of John H. Enright of Hudson 
[street, and Herman Bosley, were 
! united in marriage at Elkton, Mary- 
iland, on Monday, D^tember 5. Mr. 
jand Mrs. I. Roberts, sister and | 
I brother-in-law of the groom, were: 
! the attendants. | 

I Mr. and Mrs. Bosley will reside 
j in Freehold. The groom is employ- 
ed at the Garden State Food Cen- 
1 ter, and the brido is employed at 
I the Dolly Madison restaurant. | 

Blair Patten ' 

I Miss Jeanette Patten, daughter] 
o) Mr. and Mrs. Russell Patten of i 

'Adelphia, became the bride of Rob-' 
ert Earl Blair, son of Mr. and Mrs. [ 
Lewis E. Blair of Tennent on 
Thursday evening, September 3rd, ! 
at the Old Tennent church, with 
Rev. Charles H. Neff, pastor, ofB-' 

j Andretta - - - Byrne 

I Miss Helen M. Andretta, daugh- 
■ ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Andretta 



6 Lloy 



Byr 



Eng. 



marriage to Augustus H. 

(Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. 

j Byrne, Sr., of 448 Stockton street, 

j Hightstown, in an attractive wed- 
ding on Sunday afternoon at 4 

I o'clock, in St. Rose of Lima Cath- 
olic church. The ceremony was 

I performed by the Rev. John A. 

iKucker, pastor. ^' I ~-'i-'^ 

'^^^ EIUs---UurroHs 

The Presbj-terian manse 
lishtown, was the scene of 
wedding on Sunday, when Miss 
Elizabeth Ellis of Cranbury, daugh- 
ter of Bertram Ellis of Manalapan, 
became the bride of Harold Bur- 
rows, grandson of Mrs. Margaret 
Reid, and son of the late Mr. and 
Mrs. James P. Burrows. The cere- 
mony was performed by Rev. John 
A. Christensen, pastor, in the pres- 
ence of Mr. and Mrs. R-jssclI Pcttie 
iof Cranbury. their only attendants. 
PaIladino---BiddIe 
Miss Olive Palladino, daughter cf 
I Mr. and Mrs. John Palladino, and 
Francis Biddle, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Harrj- Bidile, both of Eng- 
lishtown, were united in marriage 
on Wednesday, July 2G, by Rev. J. 
H. Brown in Elkton, Md. They 
were attended by Mo-- Zackowitz of 
Englishtown. ;:^ --J J 

Chomko Burdge ■ ^ 

Miss Ann Chomko. daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Chomko of 
Englishtown, v/as united in mar- ! 
rinjc to Wilbur Burdge, son of Mr. ^ 
a:. I Mrs. Harry Burdge of Farm-1 
ir..,.).ilo. on Saturday at 5 p. m., at' 
S;. l-itirs chuich. The Kev. John 
H. Schwacke pei formed the cere- 



I Obituary J\[otices. 

I Amos B. Brocklebank 

Amos B. Brocklebank, life-long 
resident of JerseyviUe, died early 
Thanksgiving morning. Funeral 
services were held at his late home 
on Saturday afternoon. Interment 
was made in Evergreen Cemetery, 
Farmingdale. in charge of Funeral 
Director C. H. T. Clayton & Son of 
Adelphia. 

He is sur\-ived by his wife. Mrs. 
Hattie Welcker Brocklebank: one 
daughter, Miss Marjorie Brockle- 
bank. of Trenton: one son, Chris, 
Freehold: two brothers, Adolphus 
M. and Charles N., Jer=ey\-ille: one 
sister, Mrs. Sarah Hendrickson, of 
Lakewood: and five half-sisters, 
Mrs. Martha Cooper, Freehold; Mrs. 
Alfreda Walker, Matawan; Mrs. 
Ada Harris, Allentown; Mrs. Har- 
riet Harris and Mrs. Florence Free, 
California. 

Mr. Brocklebank wa-s born at Jer- 
seyviUe, the son of the late Mar- 
gai-et Borden and Samuel Brockle- 
bank. His father was one of the 
founders of the brickyards there 
that bear the family name. Follow- 
ing the death of his fither, Amos 
continued to operate the plant of 
the estate, and in 1901 took over 
the business for himself. The plant 
has now been in operation for about 
10 years. ■ ^ , I-^;/' 

K.irr}- Bastedo 
Harry Bastedo. aged 47 years, of 

, New Sharon, died last Wednesday: 

i at Browns Mills, after an illness of; 

j seven weeks. Funeral services were ' 

j held on Saturday afternoon, from ' 
his late residence, conducted by 
Rev. H. D. S. Coates of the Baptist 

I Church. Interment was made in 

the Allentown Methodist Cemetery. 

Survivors beside his wife, include 

;oneson, Harry. Jr.: his mother, Mrs. 

j Mary Bastedo of New Sharon: one 
brother. Irving Bastedo of Tren- 
ton; two sisters, Mrs. Leon Hawk 
of Trenton, and Mrs. Herbert Pull- \ 

[en of New Sharon. '- ■ J'/J/f j 

Mrs. Crighton Biddle 

Mrs. Crighton Biddle, aged 53 
years, sister of William Wilson of 
13 First street, here, died on Sat- 
urday at the Post Graduate hos- 
pital in New York City. Her body 
was rem.oved to the W. H. Free- 
man Funeral Parlors on East Maini 
street, where funeral services were 
held on Tuesday afiernoon, con- 
ducted by Rev. George G. Horn,! 
pastor of the First Presbyterian! 
church. Interment was made in 
Maplewood cemetery, by Director) 
Freeman. Besides the brother, shej 



j Harry ,J. Brandt 

; Harry J. Brandt, aged 70 years, 
^ died on Sunday night at his home 
! near Cassville. Funeral services 
i were held on Wednesday afternoon 

I Rev. John 'Vogel of Gcoigia School 
House. Intei-ment waa made in, 

I Adelphia Cemetery in charge of 
Funeral Director C H. T. Clayton 

I & Son of Adelphia. He is survived 

'by his wife. Mrs. Johanna Emma 
Schmidt Brandt. Prior to 1935. he 

: was employed for a number ol . 

' years as custodian of Samuel Han-' 

i son's estate at Adelphia. '^-^.'^-■^^^ 



?-i/-:3f-'- 



OBITUARY NOTICES. | 
Alfred H. Baskerville 

Alfred H. Baskerville, aged 25 
ears, died on Saturday afternoon 
,t his home at 8 Lockwood avenue. 
Funeral services were held on 
Tuesday afternoon at the Second 
Baptist Church, with Rev. W. A. 
Parham, pastor, officiating. Inter- 
t was made in Maplewood 
cemetery by Director W. H. Free- 

e is survived by his parents, Mr. 
and Mrs. Wyatt Basken,-iUe; two 
brothers, John and Shirley; a sis- 
Mrs. Louise Jones; a stepbro- 

-, Charles Jones; and two step- 

ers, Juanita and Caroline Jones, 
all of Freehold. Mr. Jones was em- 
ployed at the Court Street . play- 

and. •'<'- I - n \ 



Mrs. cnarlott* F. Benjiett | 

Mrs. Charlotte F. Bennett, aged 
94 years, widow of Thomas C. Ben- 1 
nett, died on Tuesday at her home | 
at Jackson's Mills. Funeral services ; 
will be held on Friday at 1:30 p. m., 
from her late home and at 2 o'clock 
at the Harmony Church. Rev. Mag- 
sam of the Adelphia M. E. Church 
officiated. Interment was made t 
in the Harmony Cemetery by C. H. 
T. Clayton & Son of Adelphia. ; 

Mrs. Bennett was the daughter of , 
John T. Moore and Sarah White: 
Moore of the vicinity of VanHise-: 
\nlle, where she spent most of her! 
life. Her husband died 19 years j 
ago. She is survived by three sons, j 
Harry Bennett of Monroeville, Wil- 
liam S. and John R. Bennett of 
Jackson's Mills; three daughters,! 
Mrs. Sarah Dolbow of Jackson's 
Mills, Mrs. Lillv Avis of Mantua, 
and Mrs. Ella ^I. Davison, at home; 
also U grand children , -j) .-^.^--^^ 

Miss Ella Brahney ! 

Miss Ella Brahney, aged 44 years, 
who resided at 23 Carmen place. 
Red Bank, died on Tuesday morn- 
ing at Fitkin hospital, Neptune Fu- 
neral services will be held on Fri- 
day morning, at 9 o'clock at her 
late residence, and at 10 o'clock at 
St. James R. C. chm-ch. Red Bank i 
where requiem mass will be cele- 
brated. Interment will be made in 
the Freehold Catholic cemetery by 
Funeral Director W. H. Freeman. 

She is survived by her pare: 
Mr. and Mrs. James Brahney, 
home; two sisters, Miss Mar 
Brahney at home, and Mrs. Ri 
ard Brown of Interlaken; and I 
brothers, Ira and Floyd, both 



Red Bank. 



'M'^? 



j Mrs. Caroline Bray j 

I Mrs. Caroline Bray, aged 64 years, I 
j widow of A. Judson Bray, died on 
I Saturday of a heart attack at her 
home at Red Bank. Funeral ser- 
I vices were held on Tuesday at 2] 
' p. m. at the Mount Funeral Home, 
! with the Rev. Herbert J. Smith, 
|pasti:.r of the First M. E. Church, 
officiating. Interment was made in 
I Fair View Cemetery, Middletown, 
j Mrs. Bray was born in Farming- 
I dale, but had resided in Red Bank 
j for the past 50 years. | 

She is survived by three children,! 
Mrs. Ernest Smith and Lester F. ; 
Johnson, both of Keyport. and Mrs ' 
Frank O'N.il of New York; a sis-j 
ter. Mrs. Harriet Covert of Mata-I 



1^-571 



lliirrj >. ll:irU:il 


nv 


Harry N. Barkalow. as 


d 58 years, 


died Tuesday night at h 


s home at 


Unionville, near Stillwel 


's Corner. 


Funeral services will be 


held on 


Saturday afternoon at 2 


o'clock at 


the Clayton Funeral Hon 




phia, conducted bv Rev. „ 


ohn Vogel 


of the Pentecostal Churc 


1 at Geor- 


gia School House. Inte 


ment will 


be made in Adelphia Ce 


metery by 


Dlrectcj- Clayton. 




Friends may call at t 


le Clayton 


Funeral Home on Friday from 7 



He is survived by two nieces and 
I two nephews, Mrs. Warren Gibbs of 
j Hamilton, Mrs. Reba Hueth, Clar- 
ence and Charles Barkalow, all of 
I Asbury Park. , - '._-'" 

Mrs. Rosalind 11. Barkalow ' 

Funeral services for Mrs. Rosa-| 
lind H. Barkalow, aged 19 years, | 
were held on Sunday afternoon at 1 
the C. H. T. Clayton Funeral Home 
at Adelphia, conducted by Rev. W. I 
L. Sahler, pastor of the Freehold! 
Reformed Church. Interment was I 
made in VanLieu Cemetery, New! 
Brunswick, by Director Clayton. | 
I Mrs. Barkalow was the wife cf' 
I Franklin Barkalow. She died on; 
! Wednesday evening at Fitkin Hos- 
[ pital. Besides her husband, she is 
(survived by her father, William 
j Hirst of Belmar; two brothers, Wil- ! 
I liam, of Delanco, and George ofj 



I Mrs. Katherine Bowne 

I Mrs. Katherine Eowne, wife of 
Dav,d Bowne, died on Friday a 
her home at 42 Conover Street 

lL7":krrn:::r:rM;:'\°-Ltn"t- 

Colonial Home on South Street 
with the Rev. Joseph N. Pedrick 
pastor of the Methodist church, of- 
nc.a mg. Interment was mad^ in 
Vansl^r"^ '^'^'n^tery by Director 
Mrs. Bowne is survived by her 
husband, three daughters, Mrs 
Frank Deedmcyer and Mrs. Albert 
Mancini, of Freehcld; and Mrs. Wil- 
liam Bateman of Wanamassa; and 
one son, Walter Bowne of Kev- 
port. •" 

She was an active member, and 
for many years an officer, of Star- 
!ry Flag Council No. 40, Sons & 
I Daughters of Liberty, of^ Freehold. 

Mrs. Juanita Brown 

; Mrs. Juanita Brown, aged 32 years, 
:of Harmony, died on Friday morn- 
ing at the State Hospital at Marl- 
jboro. Funeral services were held 
on Monday afternoon at the home 
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac 
Matthew 



B. Mj 



th Rev. 
- of the 
officiat- 



j Adelphia Method 

I Interment was made in Wood- 
lawn cemeteiy, L.ikewood, in charge 
;0f Funeral Director C. H. T. Clav- 
1 ton .S: Son of Adelphia. 
I She was born at Harmony, the 
daughter of Isaac -Matthews and 
Phebe Jackson Matthews. She is 

xVauh"er^='r"/!;^%tr"^ 

! Eleanor Brown ! 

I Funeral services were held on' 
Friday for Eleanor Brown, infant' 
daughter of .Mr. and Mis. Webster! 
Brown of En;;l,.shlown, whc. died I 

:la,st Tuesd.ny of rneumonia. Inter-! 

, ment was ni,T,1r in Old Tpnncnfl 
Cemetery hy J. Laird II.il... o-l.-n- I 






EDWARD P. BEACH, DIES 
Former C( 



Edward Picrson Beach, Sr., aged 
SI years, one cC Freehold's well 
known and admired citizens, died 
3n Monday morning at hig home at 
N'o. 1 Broad Street. Funeral ser- 
vices will be held this (Thursday) 
ifternoon at 2 o'clock at the 
W. H. Freeman funeral home, with 
I Kev. W. L. Sahler, pastor of the 
I Freehold Reformed church, offlciat- 
iing-. Interment will be made in 
jMaplewood cemetery, in charge of 
Director Freeman. 

Mr. Beach is survived by two 
[sons and one daughter, Clarence 
I Beach, at home^ Edward P., Jr., of 
'Closter; and Miss Emma Florence 
I Beach, at home. 

I Mr. Beach wa^ born in Newark 
Ion January 13, 1858, the son of 
[Charles A. and Mary E. Coe Beach. j 
I Following his education in the pub-| 
lie schools of that city, he became' 
an apprentice with Unger Brothers,' 
a jewelry fashicning firm. He rose 
to the position of manager before 
his retirement, about 32 years ago. 
i After his retirement, he moved' 
I his family to a farm on the Free-| 
jhold-Adelphia road, then known as 
the Dr. Neafie farm but more re- 
cently as the Joseph Lacey farm. 
' A few years later, the family moved 
I to their present residence on Broad 
I Street. He was married in 1880 to 
I Sarah Elizabeth Marsh, of Rahway. 
jShe died several years ago. 

Mr. Beach served as a town com- 
Imissioner in Freehold in 1914 and 
' 1913, having charge of the local 

; streets. _.5:-/^-39 

Mrs. Adrcna Boston 

Mss. Adrena Boston, aged 58 
years, died on Thursday night at 
the State Hospital at Marlboro. Fu- 
neral services were held on Satur- 

;day afternoon at the VanSant 
Colonial Home on South Street, 
with Rev. Albert L. Linder, pastor 

[of the First Baptist church, offlciat- 

' ing. Interment was made in the 

'state Hospital hospital. 

Mrs. Boston is survived by one 



• myra. /- ^ ! - j / 

j Robert Britton 

Robert Britton, aged 62 years, 
;died on Monday morning at his 
^home near Marlboro. His body was 
i removed to the W. H. Freeman fu- 
Ireral home here. Funeral services 
will be held at the funeral home' 
this (Thursday) afternoon at 2: 
o'clock, with Rev. W. L. Sahler.! 
jpastor of the Freehold Reformed i 
j church, officiating. Interment will! 

rren 

rvived by his wife. Mrs. Sarah j 
Layton Britton^ ^y^ ^^^^ j 

John Boycp 

Funeral sei vices for .Tohn Boyce, 
i7, of the Old Bridge road Eng- 
i=htown. were held Sunday at the 
lulse funeral home, Englishtown 
'.-i-h Rev. John A. Christcnscn, 
of the Englishtown Prcsby- ' 
church, olliciating. Intcr- 



pa; 



OBITUARY NOTICES. 

Mrs. ElizabeHh Robblns Bardie 

Mrs. Elizabeth Robbins Burd^e 
aged 54 years, died suddenly of° i 



Mc 



at her home at 221 Ocean Avenue 
Lakewood, Funeral services were 
held at her late home on 'Wednes- 
day afternoon, and at the Lake- 
wood Presbyterian Church, with 
Rev. Melvin Campbell, a former 
pastor, officiating. Interment was 
made in Woodlawn Cemeterj- there 
in charge of Funeral Director C 
H. T. Clayton & Son of Adelphia. 

She is survived bv her husband 
Ralph T. Burdge, and one daughter 
Mrs. William M. Thomas, of Lake- 
wood; two sons, Harold, of Engle- 
wood, and Lawrence, a student at 

■Columbia University; three broth- 
ers. John Robbins, Imlavstown- 
George Robbins, Clarksburg: and 
Richard Robbins, of Trenton; and 
one sister, Mrs. Mary VanArsdale 

: living in the 'West. .-■?,, 



Fur 
stein 

the local Synagogue with Rabbi Isa- j 
ciore Solomon otflciating. Interment I 
was in the Freehold Hebrew Bene- 
fit Society cemetery by \V. H. Free-! 
man. | 

Mr. Bimstein was 56 years old! 
and died on Sunday at the Marl-i 
boro State Hospital where he ■was! 
a patient for the past few weeks, j 
He is survived by his wife, Sarah, 
of Mechanic street. '■-'.- ^ .^ 

Herbert J. Baker D<>ad 

Herbert J. Baker, director of the 
few Jersey College of Agriculture. 



tension Service, to the Mulenberg 
Hospital in Plainfleld, last Friday. 



:harl 


■s Bimstein 






serv 


ces for Cha 


■les Bi 


m- 


held 


-Monday m. 


vning 


at 



He was 53 
Selbyville. Dela 



3f age. bor 



18, 1885. 

He attended Mt. Herman Acad- 
emy, Northfield. Mas.'?,, and Massa- 
chusetts State Agricultural College; 
was assistant director of the Massa- ' 
chusetts Institution, and was farm 
management demonstrator for the 
college; director of Connecticut e.x- 
tension service in 1915; in 1919 he 
went to France and established a 
hool at Allery, where the 



Frar 
eral hon 






rred 



ry degrees upon him. 
He went to Rutgers in 1923. That 
same year, the U. S. Department 
of Agriculture commissioned him 
to conduct a National survey of the 
work conducted by state colleges. 

He is survived by his wife, the 
former Martha Chaplin Noyes. 
whom he married in 1916; two sons 
and a daughter 




I day at the 

itai Funer 

I or. Tuesday £t 3 o'clock, 

j VanSant Colonial Home, 

:e'; by the Rev. (3eorge i 

i Interment was made in tl 

|tal cemetery. , .■ / ^' \^ ^ 



a iJi^ iX 



Obituary ]\[otices. 



3f Fr 



Bennett 

;tt. aged "B ye 
lehold, died 



Cookman Avenue. Ocean Grove. 
Funeral services were held on Sat- 
urday morning at Holy Spirit R. C. 
church, Asbury Park, and inter- 
ment was made in the Freehold 
Catholic cemetery in charge of 
Funeral Director W. H. Freeman. 



I Mr. 



ed by two I 



; sons. Edgar, wi 

' and Joseph, of St. Petersburg 

jone daughter, Miss Hele 

!of St. Petersburg: and one brot 

I James Bennett, caretaker^of M 

' ment Park in Freehold. ^, •'." 



rg. Fla.; 
Bennett, I 



Mr 



Katie Baranausky 

ie Baranausky, aged 48 
ly Wednesday morn- j 



years, 

ing at her home at 25 Bowne Ave-1 
nue. Funeral services will be held! 
on Saturday morning at 9:30 o'clock 
at the Freeman Funeral Home, 
conducted by Rev. John A. Kucker, 
pastor of St. Rose of Lima Catho-j 
He Church. Due to Holy Week, the; 
service cannot be held in the 
church. Burial will be made in the 
Freehold Catholic Cemetery. She is 
survived by one daughter, Anna, I 
at home; and one sister. Miss Mar-j 
garet Kavet of Haley Street. ^ ^ 

Joseph Botts 
Mrs. Orville Goff of Imlaystown, 
was notified on Wednesday of the 
death of her fa.her, Joseph Botts of 
Bordentown, who was drowned in 
the Delaware river, when his boat 
was capsized during a cyclonic dis- 
turbance on that day. He was last 
■ seen clinging to his upset boat near 



Tre 



Ma 



nal. He' 



fishe 



3rde 



and 



rowing 



,o Morrisville. Pa., 1 
boat from Game j 
! Warden William Stackhouse. when 
\ the storm struck . Although the 
' river has been dredged, the body 
j has not been found. Besides the 
j daughter mentioned, he is survived 
; by a son, Joseph. Jr., and his 
mother, of Windsor, and a wife in 
Bordentown. L - '-^ ' - ? 



AdmiraJ Bristol H : 'W C 
Word was received here on Tues- 
day of the death of Vice Admiral 
Arthur Lcroy Bristol, Jr., a cousin 
lerrit Bristol Kent, 13 Broad- 
The Navy announced that he 
had died on Monday, "from natural 
causes" while in command of a 
force in the North Atlantic. 
Admiral Bristol visited here about 



year ago. 



S. C, 



A native of Charleston, 
where he made his home, Admiral 
Bristol entered the Naval Academy 
at Annapolis in 1902 and served in 
the Navy continuously since. 

During the World War he was on 
(?estroyer duty with the Atlantic 
Fleet until in the closing months 
of the war he became aide and 
Flag secretary of the Commander, 
Cruiser and Transport Force, At- 
lantic Fleet, in which position he be- 



luch cxpei 
For his E 



voy 



he 



Mary A. Brazo 



dead 



bed 



sday 



3f he 



ter, Mrs. James Ciean, with whom 
I she lived at Long Branch. Besid^js] 
(Mrs. Crean, she is survived by one 
son. City Co.-nmissioner Frank 
Brazo of Long Branch. She was' 
I born in Marlboro, the daughter of 
1 Thomas and Catherine Beatty, and' 
was the sister of Icrmcr City Com- ■ 
misslc.ner Thomas Beatty of Long . 
Branch. Her husband, Paul A.' 
j Brazo, has been dead a number of 
' years. ' ! 

1 Funeral services will be held on 
Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at 
' St. Michael's R. C. church, at West 
End, where requiem mass will be; 
celebrated by Monsignor John J.: 
Sweeney. Interment will be made 
in Mt. Carmcl cemetery, West Long 
Branch, in charge of Funeral Di- 
rector Willis A. Woolley.;,. ,-, 

1- ' ■ yl Mrs. Eva E. Brand 

Mrs. Eva E. Brand, aged 64 years, 
died on Saturday at Roanoke Rap- 



,ids, Nortl- 
sustained 



ghe 



Car 



na, fron 
jtomobili 



lident 



& M. Kar 



hen 



she 



West Freehold. Funeral 
vcre held at her late home 

'on Wednesday afternoon, with 
Rev. Otis VanBrunt of Freehold 

land Rev. Bruce C. Duvall, pastor of 
the Freehold Methodist Church, of- 
ficiating. Interment was made in 
Maplewood Cemetery in charge of 
Funeral Director C. H. T. Clayton 
& Son of Adelphia. She is survived 
by a nephew, Edward Beard of 

(Leominster, Massachusetts. and 
several ether nephews and nieces. 

i At the time of the accident, Mrs. 
Brand was enroute South, with Mrs. 
Margaret S. Ocker and William: 
Landfleld. of West Freehold: and j 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Errickson of; 
West Freehold, who were in an-! 
other car. The accident occurred; 
at a traffic light at Roanoke Rap-j 

Brand was a passenger, was struck! 

by a government owned truck. j 

Mrs. Clara L. Bogert 
Mrs. Clara L. Bogert. aged 53 
years, of near Lincroft, died Tues- 
day evening at the home of her 
brother in Spotswood, where she 
was visiting for a few days. Fun- 
eral services In charge of C. H. T. 
Clayton & Son of Adelphia, will be 
held from her late home near Lin- 
croft on Fridrv at 1:30 p. m.. In- 



■m be 



Old Te 



Cemetery. I 

Survivors are her husband, Jos- 
eph Bogert, c.ne son. Joseph, Jr.,! 
one S5i.^ter, Mrs.Kathryn V-in Hise 
of Old Bridge and four brothers,; 
John P., Willard B., Wallace C.,; 
and Clarence C. Aplcgatc all of; 
Spotswood. O -. .^ '. 7 I 

j Albert G. Barber | 

Albert G. Barber of West Creek,! 
Idled on Friday at the State Hos- 
Ipital at Marlboro. His body was 
I removed to the VanSant Colonial 
I Home on Soutn Street, here, and 
: after being prepared for burial, was 
'removed to the home of his son at 
Barnegat. Funeral services were 
held there on Monday aflcrncon, 
followed hv inlcrni''nt in . Wept 
Creek_ccm,:ie,y._^J>-/^J^ J_ 



Boiidinot House, Elizabeth 



The Boudinot mansion, known as Boxwood 
Hall, built about 1750, is still standing at 1073 East 
Jersey Street, Elizabeth, Union County. It was the 
home of Elias Boudinot. As president of the Con- 
tinental Congress Mr. Boudinot signed the Treaty 
of Peace with Great Britain at the conclusion of the 
Revolutionary War. Later on the home was owned 
and occupied by Jonathan Dayton, one of New 
Jersey's delegates to the Constitutional Convention 

Obituary ]\[otices. 

Laurence Elwood Braly 

Laurence Elwood Braly, three 



mon 


ths old son c£ Mr. and Mrs. J. 


Lau 


e.-ice Eraly o£ Glcndola, mas 


suffocated while asleep, Sur.iay 


nish 


; at the home of his parents. 


HP 


s believed to have become en- 


tang 


led in the bedclothing. Fu.-.eral 




ces were held at the home of 


hi. 


parents on Wednesday after- 


noo 


1, with Rev. Harry Stiles o£ 


Glpr 


dola Methodist church, cfticiat- 




Interment was made in Glen- 


d-'a 


cemetery in chaige of Kianeral 


D.rf 


ctor C. H. T. Clayton & Son ot 
phia. ^/ ■>'•/">■' 


Ade 




F. A. Beale Dead 



I Frederick A. Beale. 85. a former 
I member of the Board of Chosen 
Freeholders, died on Sunday at his 
' home in West Long Branch. He 
was the first assessor of West Long 
Branch and served on the township 

board fcr 23 years. r^.^,£^ ja 
Former Ocean lYeeholder Dead 

Harold Brinlcy. former Ocean 
County Freeholder, County detect- 
ive and County solicitor, died on 

He was 49 years old. J/l^/'if 



in Philadelphia. Mr. Dayton was also a United 
States Senator and Speaker of the House oi Repre- 
sentatives. It was after hi.n that the City of 
Dayton, Ohio, was named. Bo.xwood Hall was one 
of several homes in New Jersey in which General 
Lafayette was entertained. Elizabeth may be 
reached via State Routes Nos. 25 and 28 and 
U. S. Route No. 1. l^,^^i_, 

'■— ' '--^ntil. State HmL, Trenlcn 



Beedl, 



Mrs. Fannie Beedle 1 

al services for Mrs. Fannie 
agred 58 years, of James- 1 
burg, widow ct Charles Beedle, | 
v/ere held Wednesday afternoon at I 
the J. Ltaird Hulse funeral home in 

Fernwood cemetery, Jamesburg. | 
Mrs. Beedle was a resident of 
Englishtown for many years. She 
died at her home in Jamesburg on j 
I Sunday, following a seven months 
j illness. 

I She is survived by the following 
'children: Mrs. Myrtle Combs of 
JHelmetta, Mrs. Ethel Biyan of Co- 
lumbus, Mrs. Iicne Woonton, Rus-i 
sell Beedle and William Beedle, alii 
of Old Bridge. Also two sisters, | 
Mrs. Lillian Errickson of Freehold,] 
and Mrs. Ethel Schanck of James- 1 

Mrs. Beedle was a member of the 1 
Sons and Daughters of Liberty! 
lodge in Jamesburg. r>' -//''^ ?;- j 

Mrs. Joanna Borchardt | 

Mrs. Joanna Borchardt, aged 61 
years, died at the State Hospital | 
at Marlboro, on Thursday night. 
Funeral services were held on Sat- 
urday morning at the VanSant 
Colonial Home on South Street, 
with Rev. Louis F. Cogan of Brado- 






f-f'A 



Located at 1046 East Jersey S 
is the home of Jonathan Belcher, 
governor of the Province, lived in 
1751 until his death in 1757. It is located on the 
original house lot of John Ogden, Jr., one of tht 
first settlers. An iron plate originalH- a fireback, set 
in the east wall of the hov-se in 1S99, bears the 
date 1 742. Governor Belcher was the patron of the 
College of New Jersey and the house has been called 



Belcher Mansion, Elizabeth 

Elizabeth, 
.'hile royal 



I Obituary J\[oLices.l 



Mrs. Margaret Byrne 


Mrs. Margaret Byrne 


, aged 57 


years, wife of WUlian 


Byrne of 


Perrineville, died on Mc 


nday at the 


Dr. E. C. Hazard H&sp 


tal at Long 


Branch. Funeral servici 


s were held 


this (Thursday) morni 


ng at 8:30 


o'clock at her late ho 




9:30 at St. Joseph's Cat 


lolic church 


at Perrineville. Interme 


It was made 


in the Freehold Cathol 


c Cemetery 


in rharge of Funeral 


Director W. 


H. Freeman. 




Besides her husband, 


she is sur- 


vived by one daughter 


Mrs. Brit- 


ten Craig-, at home: one 


son. James, 


Freehold; one sister, Mrs. Jennie 


Ronan, Freehold; and fc.ur brothers, 


Peter, Francis, and 


Dennis, of 


Freehold; and Joseph, 


of Manala- 


pan. ;. 5 


^f 



Henry Boyd 

Funeral services for Henry Eoyd 
were held on Frid.ay morning at 10 i 
o'clock, at the VanSant Colonial j 
Home with the Rev. Walter J. 
Lake, ofHciating. Interment was in I 
tthe Marl'ooro State Hospital Ceme- 
tery. 

Mr. Boyd was 74 years old and 
died last Thursday at the Marlboro 
Stat.; Ilnjpital. ^, '2./'— -ji^a. 



the "Cradle of Princeton University". Later ;he 
residence was occupied by William Peart-« Smith, 
Re\-oIutionary patriot. Washineton and Lafayette 
were guests. Later it was the home of Governor 
.■\iron Ogden, who entertained Lafayette, here in 
1824. In "l901 his great grandson, Coiint de Lafay- 
ette, was entertained by the present owner, Warren 
R. Dix, who restored and l>eautified the house. 

- , . _ ^ ^, ^'"f Jersfy Council, 5rj;« IIwu, Trenton 



Dentist Killed In 
Nearby Accident 

NECK BROKEN' IN FOUR 
CAR REAR-END CRASH 

Dr. ■Vincent A. Battman, 26-year- 
old dentist, of 9 Carteret Avenue, 
Wcodbridge, died of a broken neck, 
following a collision at Colts Xeck, 
early Sunday afternoon. He was 
brought to the office of Dr. H. B. 
Mason here, but was pronounced 
dead. County Physician Harvey \X. 
Hartman ordered the body remov- 
ed to the 'W. H. Freeman funeral 
home, and it was later removed to 
his^home. _ 'l^^^-tf! 

'r • ii Mrs. GezeUe Berky /-J'i:X} 
Funeral services for Mrs. Gezellej 
Berky were held Friday morning | 
at the Freeman funeral home, with 
the Rev. Bruce Duvall, pastor of 
the Freehold Methodist church, in 
charge. Cremation took place at 
the Rosehill crematory at Liinden. 
Mrs. Berky was 50 years old and 
died last Wednesday at her home 
near Smithbuig. She is survived 
I by her husband, Ernest; one daugh- 
! ter. Mrs. Gczelle Bock of the Bronx, 
and two sons, John of Stalen Island 
and Ernest, Jr. of Jersey City. 



j 



I— 



Obituary piotices. 

Mrs. Mary Ann Baggett 

Mrs. Mary Ann Baggett, died on 
Tuesday^ at her home, at 29 Vought 
avenue, after a long illness. She 
was 74 years old and was the widow 
of Patrick Baggett. She is survived 
by a daughter, Mrs. Catherine Mc- 
Mahon of TrenLc>n; two sons, Ed- 
ward and James Baggett. and three 
grandsons, John, Warren and 
Eugene Kirby, who resided with 
her. Another daughter, Mrs. Mar- 
jorie Kirby, died last December 24th. 
Two sisters, Mrs. James Curley, of 
Red Bank and Miss Margaret Ryan 
01 Long Branch, and one brother, 
Michael Ryan cf Shrewsbury, also 
survives- 

Funeral services will be held on 
Friday morning at 8:30 at her late 
home and at 9 o'clock in St. Rose 
cf Lima Catholic church, with the 
Rev. Stephen Buividas, celebrating 
requiem mass. Interment will be 
in the Freehold Catholic Cemetery 
I by W. H. Freeman, p^ii -H.^ 
Miss >Iar} Barhey 

Funeral services for Miss Mary 
Barbey were held Monday morn- 
ing from her late home and from 
St. Joseph's Catholic church. Key- 
port, with the Rev. John Burke 
celebrating requiem mass. Inter- 
ment was in St. Jo.'icph's cemeterj-, 
Keyport, by 'W. H. Freeman. 

Miss Barbey was 82 years old, 
and died at her home at C2 Broad 
(treet, Matawan, on Friday. She l8 



Mrs. Cora I,. Bartron 

M;s. Ci-ra L. Bartron, aged TS 
years, died on Saturday morning 

Bartron at 81 East Main Stre€-.. 
where she has resided for the past 
several months. Ar;er being pr.;- 
pared for burial by the VanSar.t 

; Colonial Home here, the body wi.s 
taken to the Lantermon & Hudscn 

'funeral home at Moriistovrn. whe:e 
funeral services were held on Tues- 

'day morning. The Rev. :.:r. Walsh 
rf the Morris Plains Presbyteri&n 
church, officiated, and intermer.t 
was made in Evergreen ■ cemetery 
at Morristown. 

Mrs. Bartron was the widow of 
Joseph Baitron of Morr^s-.ov.-n. Be- 
sides her son, she is survived ry 
two brothers, Foster langdon rf 
Dover, and Frank Langdon of Psjt- 
crK>n: and two sisters. Mrs. Carrie 
Parsons of Elizabeth, and Mrs. 
Anna Alpaugh of Sugar Loaf Hi.I, 

Pa. •X'.'^-.^y 

\\1lUam Blizzard 

William Blizzard, aged 44 years, 
died Tuesday following a long ill- 
ness at his home en Spring Valley 
road near Morganvillo. Funeral ser- 
. vices, in charge of Rev. D. Roe 
|Haney of the Keyport Methodist 
urch, will be held at his late 
home on Satur4ay afternoon at 2 
o'clock. Interment will be made 
in Evergreen cemetery, Farmlng- 
lale, in charge of C. H. T. Clayton 
and Son of Adelphia. Friends may 
call tomorrow (Friday) evening be- 



Mrs. Alma Brocker 

Funeral services for Mrs. Alma 
Brocker, aged about 51 years, who 

her late home at Morganville, last 
Friday morning, were held at her 
late home on Monday afternoon, 
with Rev. Albert L. Linder. pastor 
of the Freehold Baptist church, of- 
ficiating. Interment was at Rj>3e 
Hill, Linden, in charge of Funeral i 
Director W. H. Freeman. She Is I 
survived by her husband, Franz \ 
Brocker. „• ' >,v "'-y^ 

Mrs. EnunA Bowers 

Mrs. Emma Bowers, widow of] 
Joseph Bowers, formerly of 80 Lake I 
Avenue, Ocean Grove, died on Sat- 
urday morning at the Monmouth I 
County Welfare Home at Briar 
Hill. Her body was removed to the! 
W. H. Freeman funeral home on I 
East Main Street. Funeral services' 
Were held on Monday morning at nl 
o'clock at the Freeman funeral I 
home with Rev. Joseph N. Pedrlck.j 
pastor of the Freehold Methodist] 
church officiating. Interment was 

j made in Maplewood cemetery by 

|pirector Freeman. 

Mrs. Eva Belloz*" /< '<; 

Mrs. Eva Belloz, aged 55 yean 
■B'ife of Peter Belloz of 93 Bannar. 
Street, died on Monday nicvrning a 
Fitkln Hospital at Neptune. He 
body was removed to the C. H. 1 
Clayton & Son Funeral Home a 
Adelphia. 

Funeral services will be held thi 
(Thursday) afternoon at 2:30 o'cLc<;: 
at the Russian church near Lak 
Topanemus. _Internient will be mad 

''/■'■ J ( Mrs. Mary Bolden 

Mrs.'Mary Boldcn, aged 63 years, 
a former resident of Jersey City, 
died en Monday, October 23, at the 
State Hospital at Marlboro. Funeral ! 
services were held on Saturday 
morning at the 'VanSant Colonial 
Home on South Street, with Rev. 
Albert L. Linder, pastor of the First 
Baptist church, ofiiciating. Inter- 
ment was made in the State Hos- 
pital cemetery by Director "VanSant. 

/ ' ^^ Mrs. Anna M. Bronieli 
Mrs. Anna M. Bromell, widow of 
the late George Eroniell of New 
Eg>-pt, died on Wednesday, May 17, j 
at her home in New Egypt. Funeral! 
services were held Saturday after- i 
noon, with interment in the Allen- j 
town Presbyterian cemetery. She iai 
survived by three daughters, Mrs. I 
Samuel K. Johnson of Upper Fre6-| 
hold. Grace of New Egypt, and Mrs. j 
Enoch Hendrickson of Horners-I 



I brother, Charles Stiles of Hartford.] 

Mark (Mackey) Bovrc 

Mark (Mackey) Bovie, died at his 
home at 26 Bowne Avenue, early 
Monday morning. Funeral services 
were held this (Thursday) morning i 
at 8:30 o'clock at the W. H. Free-] 



fur 



tcr. Interment 
Freehold Catho 
charge of Funerr 



Cath 



7-9. 



He : 



■vived by his wife, Mabel 
vald Blizzard, j-.;; _3 <^ 



and Juli 
Brown, 



Eovic, and Mr 



,V^//^/ 5f I 



Obituary J^otices. 

Mrs. Daisy Burrows 

Mrs. Daisy Burrows, aged 56 years, 
wife of Earl Burrows of 25 First 
Street, died on Sunday at the Dr. 
E. C. Hazard hospital at Long 
Branch. Funeral services were held 
at her late home on Wednesday af- 
ternoon, with Rev. Joseph >f. Ped- 
rick, pastor of the Methodist church 
officiating. Interment was made in 
Maplewood cemetery, in charge of 



Fun 



Dir 



and orie daughter 



Wedding [notices 



Kennedy — liarlow i 

. In a very ^'tractive early Fall 
wedding, solemnized on Tuesday, 
September 12tb, at 9 a. m. in St. 
Kose of Uma Catholic church, Miss 
jMar>' Catherine Kennedy, daughter 
I of Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Kennedy 
I of 137 South Street, was united in 
I marriage to Dr. John D. Barlow, 
I son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Bar- 
1 low of Cranbury. The ceremony 
was performed by the Rev. James 
! Child, assistant pastor, who also 
; celebrated the nuptial mass, in the 
'presence of a large number of rela- 
itives and friends. ^~\^i~^ ^ 

Maguire Barg 

A beautiful garden weddir.g took 
place on Saturday afternoon at the 
home cf Mr. and M;s. Arthur P. 
Earg of Alexander avenue. when 
their son, Sergeant Rudolph Eaig, 
took toi- his bride. Miss Charlotte 
Maguire of West Long Biancn. 

The ceremony v/as performed by 
Kev. Paul Rowxldt of Lakewood. 

Miss Maguire is the daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. James Maguire of 
\\'est Long Blanch. t"--^ ^ ' ^.'i — , 

Hoff Brovni | 

Miss Alice C. Hofi, daughter ot| 
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton K. Hoff ofj 
Lansdale, Pa., and Lester C. Brown, 
son of Mr. ana Mrs. Horace T. 
Brown, Freehold-Lakewood road, 
were united in marriage, on Satur- j 
day, September 9th, at the home of I 
the bride's parents by Rev. Alfred] 
L. Murray, pastor of the Lansdale j 
Baptist church. The bridesmaid 
was Miss Dorothy Johnson of Lans- 
dale, and the best man was Wil-' 
liam C. Vanderveer, of near Free- 
hold- . .. JJ-i.'^r^^l 

Teets Butcher [ 

Miss Mary Elizabeth Teets, daugh- 
ter ct Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Teets 
of Hamburg, was united in mar-, 
riage to Donald . C. Butcher, Jr.,: 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald C! 
Butcher of 70 East Mam Street, i 
on Saturday at 12 o'clocn, noon, at 1 
the Hamburg Baptist church. The| 
ceremony was performed by the! 
IRev. Thomas E. EUis. J'~ --j^.-^^i 

Sutphin Earwick 

Miss Margaret P. Sutphin', Hblm- 
.del, and Charle.? Barwick, 57 Second I 
avenue. Long Branch, were united 
in marriri^o by R.-f order William 



rdiy 



rht. 



were ri-t.^nrt-d hy Miss' 
Mount and L,conard | 
-,f Hnlm.M. l-y^a_i^^\ 



LT. CAGNEY WEDS 
MISS BURKE;, 

Miss Joyce Burke, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Burke of 13 
Erwin place. West Orange, became 
the bride of First Lieutenant Wal-i 
ter J. Cagney, son of Mrs. Pauline! 
Cagney of 91 Parker street, here I 
Saturday morning at 9 o'clock at I 
the Church of Our Lady Lourdes! 
in West Orange. The ceremony was 
performed by Father Fitpatrick. 

Hubbard Buck 

Mrs. Bertha M. Hubbard, 45 
George street, and Charles H. Buck^ 
of Marlboio, were united in mar- 
liage on Thursday evening at s' 
o'clock at the manse of the First 
Presbyterian church. The Rev. Dr.| 
performed i 



j George G. Horn, 

' the ceremon 

. They were attended by Mr. 



and' 



Kortenius Schanck, 

niece of Mr. Buck. The" for-! 
daughter, Ada, was also pres-{ 

and Jlrs. B-.ick will make' 
home at Marlboro. ; -^^y ^, 



Crammer — Boj ce 

I Miss Florence Cramm'er, Asburv 
I Park, and Vernon C. Boyce, Farni- 
jingdale, were married on 'surdav 
lat Elkton. Md.. by the Rev. Wil- 
liam Hopkins. Thev were att = -ded 
by Miss Ella May Bennett. 
I For a short time the couple will 
make their home with the b- 'de's 
; parents, Mr. and Mrs. John C. cVam- 



I VajiSicIen---Boyce 

j In a simple ceremony, performed 
Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock at 
the home of her parents. Miss Ruth 
Estelle Var.Siclen, daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Jlartin Ryerson VanSiclen 
of Tennent, wo^s united in marriage 
to Stanley I^ee Boyce, son of Jesse 
L. Boyce, also of Tennent. i/ r, 

I Kizakavich - - -Baranowski 

Miss Estelle Kizakavich of Key- 
Port and Edmund Baranowski of 
I South Amboy, were united in mar- 
I riage on April 25th at the Old Ten- 
|nent^church at 8 p. m. Rev. Charles 
H. Neff pastor, performed the cer- 
emony. They were attended by 
Miss Antoinette Mundy of South 
Amboy and H. V. Lctizia of East 



Orange 



S-7-ii^ 



j Lucas - - . BaU S -/}-f 

I Miss Lillian Lucas, daughter ct 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lucas and 
Stanley Ball, son of Mr. and Mrs. 

I Adam Ball, all of near Englishtown. 

I were united in marriage on Satur- 
day afternoon, August Sth, at the 
Methodist church parsonage, by the 
pastor, Rev. Otto C F. Janke. 

" ' /' Walters - - - Burdge 'fih. 
The wedding of Miss Evelyn Eliz- 
abeth Walters, niece of Mr. and 
Mrs. Jc^siah Walters of JerseyviUe, 
jto William Burdge of Howell, took 
j place on Sunday afternoon at 2 
j o'clock at the JerseyviUe M. E. 
1 Church, with the Rev. Norman Rei- 
]ley of Bradley Beach omciating. »| 



J 



)ii ^n:\i(: 



Ill> KIN( 



350 acre-, of the gro-iiid on wlmh tin-, ancent structure stands— the 
L.ncroft Inn .it the Fue Corneis in the Mil Vo of I.incrofi— i, js grJlit- 
eJ to om J.ii n r.ennttt l)% tht Kins: of En^l mil J« n 1 ic k in IWfl. 
I.l 1(,J7, B.n'-ilt rn.ui) of « lios( de^iiiiJi nts are recorded in tlie latest 
census of Monmouth Coimty, erected a home and public gathering 
place. Part of that buildins. in which the large bar is now located, 
sti-l stands. The foLJidat:oii, of stone gathered nearby, is in good 
ccndltioil. The west wing of tile Inn as it now stands, was built in 
is:3 by Kendrick Bennett, a direct descendent cf the origin;;! grantee. 
Tlie well under, the canopy shown in front of Ihe inn was dug wh"n 
the first building was started in 1C97. The old inn, with e.vten.ive in- 
terior modernization, was reopened a5 a dining place three years ago. 
(Monmouth County Press Association.) 



Wedding Notes 



Horner Brandstetter 

Miss Hazel Horner of 24 Mon- 
mouth Avenue, daughter of Mr. and 
I Mrs. George Horner was united in 
marriage to Emile Brandstetter, son 
jof Mrs. Lavinla Brandstetter, and 
I the late Emil Brandstetter, or. 
I Sunday at four o'clock in the First 
I Baptist Church, with the Rev. Wal- 
ter J. Lake officiating. i4.~ ! (., —llQ, 

duccop Badgley ! 

Miss Caroline Marie Succop, , 
daughter of Mrs. George G. Rey- 
nolds, will be united in marriage' 
to Henry Fistsr Badgley, Jr., son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Foster 
Badgley of Montclair, on Saturday, 
at the First Baptist church, with 
the Rev. A. L*. Linde.r performing 
the ceremony. ^~/:' ^31 

Moreau Burdgc "; 

Miss Frances Eleanor Moreau, I 
de-ughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. 
Moreau cf Yard Avenue, became 
the bride of Staff Sergeant Melvin 
Smock Burdge, son .of Mr. and Mrs. 
Archibald T. Burdge, of Adelphia, 
at the home of the bride's parents, 
on Sunday, at 2:30 o'clock. The 
ceremony was performed by the 
Rev. Dr. George G. Horn. pastor 
of the Presbyterian church. '/;.-j_^ 



WEDDING NOTICES 

Gould — Beers '' '7 

At a simple twilight ceremony at 
Old Tennent church at 5 o'clock on! 
Saturday, April 29th, Miss Mary; 
Louise Gould, daughter of Mrs. Ar- 
thur Gould of Englishtown. became i 
the bride of Raymond Blake Beers,' 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil R. Beers 
of Matawan. The marriage was 
performed by Rev. Charles H. Neff. | 
minister of the church, of which. 
the bride is a member, in the pres-< 
ence of about forty guests. The I 

I Mount Buck ! 

I Miss Mary Anna J. Mount of Mor- ' 
ristown, formerly of Freehold, and 

I Nelson Lewis Buck, of Dover, were 

I united in marriage at 4 o'clock las; 

, Saturday afternoon in a ceremony 
performed at the First Baptist 
church here, by the pastor. Rev.' 

I Albert L. Linder. They were at-' 
tended by Miss Eleanor Hunter of 
Morristown, and William H. Kin- 
ney, of Milford. ^- ^ ! ^\ ■' j 

Taylor - - - Boyce 

The home of Mr. and Mrs. Hai- 
old Taylor in Englishtown, was the 
scene of a quiet wedding' on Sat- 
urday, October 10th, when their 
daughter. Sybil Alice, became the 
bride of PuObeit Henry Eoycc, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Urias Boyce aI=o 
of Englishtown. The" ceremony 
v.Rs performed by Rev. Otto C. F. 



\:T 



been 



sfer 



to the 



Trinity .M.ih"d,.. 

iton. -jo-)Sr-ii-'L 






I -- ^, 



The NatKanicI Eonnell House located 
East Jersey Street, one of the oUest streets li 
Ehza'oeth, is mentioned in a deed of 16S2. The Ian, 
allotted to Mr. Bonnell comprised about 6 acres 
and was bounded on the south by a "highway,' 



The Bonneli House— Elizabeth 

1045 



Firemen Honor Daniel 



Briggj 



50 YEARS ACTIVE IN 
LOCAL DEPARTMENT 



170 Attended Dinner; Resig- 
nation Thrown Out 



At 


out 1 


70 members 


of the 


Free- 


hold 


Fire 


Dopartmem 


and fr 


iends. 


atte 


ded 


the testim 


onial dinner 


huid 




Thursday e\ 




It the 


American 


Hotel, in honor of 


Dan- 


iel 


S. Eriggs of Bo 


wne A 


•enue, 


who 


com; 


leted 50 ye 


ars of 


active 


sei V 


ce :n 


the departn- 


ent, on 


Tues- 


day 


of th 


s week. He 


was pr 


esent- 




•ith a 


wallet cont 


lining ,. 


30 by 


the 


dcpar 


ment. and 


an add 


tional 


gift 


from 


S. B. King & So 


n, for 



wh:m he has been employed for a 
number of years. 

Mr. Briggs was born on South 
Street here, on August 27, 1868, the 
son of George Briggs. He was an 
iron moulder at the local foundry 
for 33 years. Far the remaining 
yeais. he was a mechanic for C. H. 
Clayton, foimcr automobile dealer. 



vher 



5. S. B. Kii 
still employe 



now East Jersey Street. The faded, two story clap- 

1 board structure is probably the oldest house in this 

:i , city. Elizabethtown, as it was first called, was 

1, settled in 166+, and is considered the first perma. 

■ nenc British settlement in New Jersey. 

/ : j]^''^ ; 'i'7 .V---- J^"y Couniil. SM! Ilmist. Trtnlrm 



Wedding Notes 



Kubinson - - - Brown 

Miss Helen Faith Robinson, dau- 
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard 
Robinson of 5 Cottage Place, was 
united in marriage • to Floyd R. 
Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus 
Brown of Atlantic Avenue, Mata- 

Van, on Sunday afternoon, at 4 
o'clock in the rectory of St. Rose 

'.of Lima Catholic church. The cer- 
errony was performed by the Rev. 



I Obituary J^.otices. 

Hcnrj- W.vckofT Buck 

. Henry Wyckoff Buck, aged 9! 



Anne Elizabeth Bud 



afte 



Fun 






Inter 



,He| 
lity, I 



hold, with Rev. Willi; 
ton, 'pastor of the j: 
formed church offlciati 
■ ment in Maplewood cemetery will i 

Friends may call at the funeral ■ 
home between 7 and 9 p. m. Fri- 
d.y. 

Mr. Buck was born August 13, 
1£50, at Colts Neck, the son of | 
Alice Denise and Henry Buck. He i 
spent his entire life in this 
being a prominent farmei 
his retirement. | 

His wife, Hannah Conover Buck, ; 
died eight years ago. 

He is survived by three children 
Mrs. Spafford Wallir.j and Charles 
Buck, both of Marlboro and Mrs. 
Howard Crcxson of 169 South 
street, here. Two other children, 
Mrs. Frank Pittenger and George 
i;uck, died several years ago. 



Freeho'.ci 



vill be made :;■. Llaplewcod ce:-e- 

He was bo:n in Virginia. He is 
survived by his Trife. Mrs. Minnie 
Jackson Baiiev. /i3.~^ ~^fk— 
John V.'. Burko 
Funeral services for John W. 
Durke were held Saturday morn- 
ing at the Freeman funcval hnn-.-, 
and at St. Rosa of Lima Catholic 
church, with the Rev. Stcpher 
Buividas celebrating requiem inass. 
Interment was in the Freehold 
Catholic cem-;tcry. 

Mr. Burke was 53 years old. He 
v.as found dead last Wednesday in 
the rear of 109 Throckmorton 
'strf-et, where he lived. He i3 aar- 







John 


Baker 


John Baker, 


60 of 


township, died o 


n Sunday 


home. Funeral 


services a 


held today at Ij 




Freeman fun;:al 


hcr.-.e. Ii 



vcd by his 



^•elI:l 






fiauRhters, Helm and Madcl.vn. all of 
Perth Amboy. and two brothers. 
Thomas of Freehold, aj^d Ccor;re c.f 
Long Branch. ^J^^ Ju. 

Mrs. Sarah D. Baird. 

Mrs. Sarah D. Eaird, widow of 
Emerson P. Baird, died on Tuesday 
morning at her home at 90 Broad 
Street. Funeral services will be 
held there this (Thursd,ay) after- 
noon at 2 o'clock, conducted by Rev. 
George G. Horn, pastor of the Free- 
hold Presbyterian Church. Inter- 
ment will be made in Manalapan 
Cemetery in charge of Funeral Di- 
rector W. H. Freeman. 

Mrs. Baird was born in Colts 
Neck, the daughter of the late Ja- 
cob and Sarah Probasco. Mr. Baird 
died in 1923. She has been a resi-: 
dent of Freehold for over 32 years. ! 
She is survived only by nieces and ; 
nephews. • / ~ U -•^. 't I 



Ml! 



Anne Elizabeth 



hop 



81 years, died 
lishtown, on Tuesday morning. 
Funeral services will be held there 
on Saturday morning at 10 o'clock, 
conducted by Rev. Robert Buche. 
I pastor of the Englishtown Presby- 
terian Church. Interment will be 
I made in Greenwood Cemetery, 
I Brooklyn, by Funeral Director W. 
I H. Freeman of Freehold. She is 
; survived by one brother. Charles M. 
I Buck, who lived with her. ;;.;y-J^ 

Charles A. Bennett I 

' Funeral services for Charles A.' 
Bennett, aged 71 years, a former I 
jockey and horse trainer in this' 
counti-y and in England, who died 
last Thursday at the home of his ^ 
son. A. E. Bennett, 26 Court Street, 
were held on Saturday at 2 p. m,, 
at the Trinity Episcopal church. As- i 
bury Park, with the Rev. Randall | 
W. Conklin officiating. Interment [ 
was made in Glenwood cemetery, ' 
West Long Branch. ! 

Mr. Bennett made his home at | 
Oceanport. shortly after his arriv- 
al from England, and became a; 

trainer for Charles O. McFaddin, 
'father of Freeholder Dorman Mc- ; 

Faddin. 

I After the close of the Spanish-^ 
'American War. he became a civil- 
lian employee in the quartermas- 1 
Iter's department at San Juan,! 

Puerto Rico. Later he was em- 1 
iployod by the Townley, the Baker j 

and Thatcher hardware companies,. 

retiring from the latter last year J 

'after 33 years of service. j 

Besides the son mentioned, he is 

survived by one daughter, Mrs. | 

Walter Deiss. Bradley Beach, and . 

one sster, Mrs. Louise Tracy, St. I 

Paul, Minn. -x.- L^ ' -^ I \ 



h- 



Obituary ]Mctices. 

Mrs. Catherine Cottrell i 

I Mrs. Catherine Cottrell, aged 73 
yoais, wife of Ellswortli Cottrell, a 
former lesicl, r.t of Farminsdale, 
died on Friday morning at Allaire. 
, Funeral services were held on Mon- 
day m.-rning at St. Catherine's 
church. Farmingdale, with requiem 
mass being celebrated by the pas- 
tor. Rev. Joseph Sullivan. Inter- 

tery in charge of Funeral Director 
C. H. T. Claj-ton & Son. Adelphia. 
She is survived by two sisters, 
Mrs. Ellen Kessler. with whom she 
lived; and Mrs. Elizabeth Toker. 
Iowa; and two brothers, Ricnard 
and John Gregg, both of Iowa. 



Wedding Notices 



Harding - - - Collins 

Miss Margaret C. Harding, daugh- 
ter of Henry A. Harding of New- 
ark, was united in marriage to 
Joseph R. Collins, son of Austin 
Collins of Mechanic Street, on 
Thanksgiving Day. The ceremony 
was performed in St. Charles Cath- 
olic church in Newark, by the pas- 
tor. Rev. Eugene Brady. 

The bride was attended by her 
sister, Miss May T. Harding of 
Newark, and the best man was J. 
Frank Collins of Freehold, brother 
of the bridegroom. 

The bride wore a beige street 
dress with brc-wn accessories and 
a corsage of orchids 

The bridesmaid wore a brown 
street dress with accessories to 
match and a corsage of pink roses. 

A reception for the 
families was held at the Newi 
I Athletic Club. 

Upon their return from a i 
to Florida, they will reside at 
Rumson Road, Little Silver. 

Mr. Cr-.lUns is an electrician 
'Fort Monmouth, fl /x^^U Q 



Ru{ Callahan ,., ;«' .d^ 

In a ceremony performed in a 
setting of chrj-santhemums, oak 
I leaves, palms and a wedding bell. 
Miss Emma Elizabeth Ruf, daugh- 
I ter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew B. Ruf. 
I Broad Street, Manasquan. was uni- ■ 
in marriage to Barton Calla- 



Mr 



For 



Callahan, 42 George Street, at 2:30 1 
o'clock on Thanksgiving day at the ■ 
Callahan home. The Rev. Dr. i 
Geo.'-ge G. Horn, pastor of the First 
Presbyterian church, here, ofTiciat- ; 
ed. _ i 



Durham — Canjiady 

Miss Emma Durham, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. John Durham of near 
Freehold, and John Cannady of 
Rahway, were united in marriage,' 
Saturday cveninK, at the home of, 
the bride's parents, by Rev. W. A.' 
Parham, pastoi- of the Second Bap-' 
tist church, Freehold. ' "/'"/-V o I 



Obituary ]\iotices. 

Rlrs. linda .M. Clayton 

Mrs. Linda M. Clayton, aged 78 
years, widow of Benjamin Clayton 
of Clarksburg, died on Thur::day at 
the home of her daughter, Mrs. 
George L. White at Ir\'mgton. Fu-i 
neral services were held on Sun- 
day afternoon at the Clarksburg 
Methodist church, in charge of Rev. 
George Scarborough, assisted by 
Rev. Edward Fountain. Interment 
was made in the Yellow Meeting 
House cemetery in charge of Fu- 
neral Director C. H. T. Clayton & 
Son of Adelphia. 

Besides the daughter mentioned, 
Mrs. Clayton is survived by anoth- 
er daughter, Mrs. E. G. Barnhill of 
Daria, Florida; one son, Paul G. 
Clayton, Imlaystown; and one sis- 
I ter, Mrs. Nancy Thompson of Free- 
:hold. She was born in Jackson 
Township, the daughter of Eliza-' 
beth Francis and Paul Gravatt. j 



''.,jJVIrs. Bella A. Clayton 

Mrs. Bella A. Clayton, aged 68 
years, died suddenly on Tuesday 
night at her home at 55 Taylor 
Avenue, Manasquan, where she 
has resided for the past 37 years. 
She is survived by her husband, 
Harry B. Clayton; two sons, Leroy 
and Floyd Clayton, of Manasquan; 
and one brother, Harry Bcrden of 



Mr: 






She 



Ton 



Riv- 



er, the daughter of Charles and 
Mary Bunnell Borden. | 

Funeral ser\-ice3 will he held at 
lier late home on Saturday after- j 
noon at 2 o'clock, -with Rev. Charles' 
il.JIogate, pastor oi the Manasquan 
Methodist church, officiating. Inter- 



'ill be made 



Atlantic 



Tunis VanDencer Conover 


Til 


nis VanDe 


rveer 


Conover, agec 


72 v 


ears, died 


on 


Friday at his 


home 


on Brinke 


rhoir Avenue 


Fune 


ral service 


s we 


e held on Mon- 


day afternoon a 


this 


late home, with 


Rev. 


George G. 


Hor 


1. pastor of the 


First 


Presbyter 


ian 


Church ofilciat- 



ing. 



Ma 



nalapan Cemetery in charge of 

Funeral Director W. H. Freeman. 

Mr. Conover is survived by his 
,wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Ely Conover, 
j and one daughter, Beatrice. He 

was the son of the late Louise Hill 
[ and Tunis Conover. 
I Mr. Conover served on the Shade 



Commission 
in the Presbyter 



elder 



Joseph Cawlcy 

' Joseph Cawley, aged 34 years, I 
died on Monday afternoon at Fit- 
kin hospital at Neptune. His body , 
was removed to the home of his 
parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Caw- 
ley at 40'4 Lincoln Place. Funeral 

\ services will be held on Friday ! 

j morning at 9 o'clock at St. Rose] 

I mass will be celebrated by the pas- j 
jtor. Rev. John A. Kucker. 

Besides his parents, Mr. Cawley | 
1 is survived by his wife, Mrs. Kath- 
jryn Cawley; one brother, Albert; 
: and three sisters. Miss Theresa 
; Cawley, Mrs. Patrick Scanlon, and 
; Mr.-^. Edward Mulholland, all of 



Obituary jMotices. 1^32146 



John H. Cawley 

John H. Cawley. aged 76 years,; 
died on Saturday morning at his I 
home on Lincoln Place after a long i 
illness. He was formerly a custodi- 1 
an of the Court House here for a 
number of years. Funeral services 
were held on Tuesday morning at | 

I St. Rose of Liima Catholic church. 

Where requiem mass was celebrated 
by the pastor, Rev. John A. Kucker. 

j Interment was made in the Free- 
hold Catholic cemetery in charge 

' of Funeral Director W. H. Freeman. 
Mr. Cawley is survived by his 

[wife. Rose: three daughters and 

;one son, Mrs. Edward llulhoUand, 
Mrs. Patrick Scanlon, Miss Theresa 
Cawley, and Albert Cawley, all of 

! Freehold. ,j 1, ■^. 

Mrs. Arayetta Cookson 

Mrs. Amyetta Cookson, aged « 
years, died on Monday morning at 
her home in Spring Lake Heights, 
I when she was asphyxiated by il- 
jh^minating gas In the kitchen of 
Iher home, where it was found that 
all the jets on the stove had been 

Police Chief Gus Quenzer report- 
ed the woman had apparently com- 
mitted suicide because of ill health, 
and that she had been despondent 

Her body was found by her hus- 
band. Thomas K. Crwkson. when he 
arose shoitly after 7 o'clock. He 



to sleep re 


cently a 


nd was 


n the 


habit of s 


■iying In the kitchen 


through th 


c night. 






Dr. J. A. 


O'Mara, 


when sur 


nmon- 


ed, pronou 


need her 


dead upon ar- 


rival and s 


aid that 


she had 


been 


dead for s 


veral ho 


urs. Her 


body 


was ordere 


d removed to the 


r K 


T- Clavton 


and Sor 


funeral 


home 


at Adelphla, by County Coroner 



Harvey W. Hartman. Keyport. 
i Mrs. Cookson taught pre-primary| 
'classes at Spring Lake school until I 
I a few years ago. She was a mem-l 
iber of the Villa Park and Como 
' Methodist churches. 
j Besides her husband, she is sur-! 
; vived by a two-year-old daughter; i 
[three sisters, Mrs. James Fitzgib-i 
Ibons. Point Pleasant: Mrs. -William 
|Leary, Newark; and Mrs. Lewis 
■Ccmbs, Spring Lake; also four bro- 
Ithers Daniel Conover, Belmar; 
^Grandin and Andrew J. Conover,' 
iFieehold. and Russell S. Conover,' 
I Spring Lake Heights. -^y-/ -'/- r7 I 



Mrs. Mary Cronln 

Mrs. Mary Cronin, aged 75 years,' 
died on Tuesday morning at her ' 
home at 28 Rector Place, Red Bank. ! 
Funeral sti vices were held this 
morning from her late home, and ' 
at St. James Catholic church at 10' 
o'clock, where requiem mass was ' 
celebrated by Rt. Rev. Monslgn 
John B. McCloskey, pastor. Int( 
ment was in Mount Olivet ceme- 
tery in charge of Funeral Directoi 
VV. H. Freeman of Freehold. 

Mrs. Cronin, the widow of Cor- 
nelius Cronin, is survived by one 
daughter, Mrs. Margaret Newman, 
and three grandchildren, at home; 
and one brother, Thomas Carroll 
of Jersey City. C- -?->?. 



John C. Conover 




John C. 


Conover. pion 


cr Allen- 


hurst real 


estate broker. 


president 


of the AI 


cnhurst National Bank 


and Trust 


Company and 


a former 


resident of 


Freehold, died 


on Mon- 


day aftern 


oon at his he 


me, 229 


Allen Aver 


ue, Allenhurst 


after a 


six months 


• illness. He 


•was 60 


years old. 






Funeral 


services will 


be held 


this afternoon at his late 


residence 


at 2:30 p. n 


1., conducted by the Rev.' 


F. Russell 


Purdy, pastor 


of the 


First Bapt 


St church of 


Asbury 


Park. Interment will be 


made in 


Glendale 


cemetery, We 


St I.«ng 


Branch. 






Mr. Cone 


ver was born 


m Holm- 


del, the so 


n of Alfred and Mary 


Katherine 


Stiliwell Conover. For 


some years 


he made his 


home in 


FreehxMd. i 


loving to Alle 


ihurst 45 


years ago. 


Mr. Conover, 


who has 


been in the 


real estate business for 


more than 


30 years was 


elected 




president of the Allenhurst bank 




when it w 


IS founded in 


1926 and 




has ferved 


in that positi 


m since 




that time. 






He is sui 


vived by his w 


fe, Mary 





J 



Somerville Conover; three children, 
Mrs. Jane C. Kadrey, Interlaken; 
John C. Conover, Jr., and Mary S. 
Conover, at home. '■/■;/u.f 



Robert C. Conover 

Robert C. Conover, 76, a retired 
carpet salesman, died last Thurs-- 

Funeral services were held on Sun- 
,day at the Lefferson funeral home 
I with the pastor. Rev. Charles M. 
Hogate, paster of the Methodist 
church, ofliciating. Interment w<;s 
j made in Atlantic View cemeterv. 
, Mr. Conover was born in Squan- 
kum but has made his home in 
Manasquan for the past 15 years. 

He is survived by his wife, Mrs. 
Mary E. Eawden Conover, former- 
ly of Freehold; two daughters, Mrf. 
Philip Seaman, Rahway, and Mrs. 
George MacDonald, VVantagh, L. I.; 
and three sons, Edwin E. and 
George H., Belmar, and Arthur G., 
Sea Girt. / ■ . .- 

Frank Coleman 

Frank Coleman, aged 72 years. 
died on Saturday at the home of 
his sister, Mrs. Mark Kilmartin at 
Marlboro. Funeral services were 
held on Tuesday morning at St. 
Rose of Lima Catholic churcn here, 
with requiem mass being celebrated 
by the pastor, Rev. John A. Kucker. 
Interment was made in the Free- 
!hold Catholic cemetery. 

Besides the sister mentioned, Mr. 
Coleman is survived by one daugh- 
ter, Mrs. William Ccstigan of Marl- 
boro; and one brother, William 
Coleman of Plainfleld. 2. ■ /SV '^d 

Mrs. Emma L. Cook I 

Mrs. Emma L. Cook, wife of Har- ! 
ry C. Cook of West Belmar, died on! 
Sunday morning. Funeral services: 
e held on Tuesday morning at; 
W. H. Freeman funeral home 
on East Main Street. Interment 
was made in Wall cemetery. Wall 
township. Mrs. Cook is survived I 
tnly by her husband. ■ ;'. C v. f^ j 



}li^v,t:i 



The Jemcs Fennimore Cooler House 

see 

The Lav/rence House 



Obituary ]^"o1;ices.' 

Joseph V. CottrcU \ 

Joseph V. Cottrell, aged 60 years, ' 
a lifelong carpenter in * --eh old 
died on Tuesday morning at Paul 
Kimball hospital at Lakewood af- 
ter a brief illness. He has been 
living recently ^vith his daughter, 
Mrs. Harry Thx>ma3 at Lakewood. 
: nee Geneva Cottrell. 
I Funeral services will be held on 
Uridav afternoon at 2 o'cU>cii ^t 
the 6. H. T. Clayton & Son fu- 
I neral home at Ace:pn.a, vv-ith Rev. 
Marshall Scwell, pastor of the 
! First Baptist church of L^kevvood^ 
ofiiciating. I"'"--Sjf.,,*';^ 

! made in Maplewood cemetery here 
: Friends may call at the funeral 
I tome from T U. 9 o'clock tonighU 
Besides his daughter, Mr. Cot- 
' trell is survived by three brothers 
and one sister, Leon A., N^Pt""<=-' 
George. Lakewood; ElUs, H.ghts- 
to^-n" and Mrs. Mabel HoUoway of 
East Freehold. ',/'i/4<? 

Benjamin B. Cottrell | 

Benjamin B. Cottrell ag^f ^J 
years, died on ^'^If^f ^ p^^ra, 
home at 82 Broad Street. i'uneiai| 
^:.vices were heM on Sat„raa,^af- 
ternoon at his late hom^.^ ^^^ ^^^^_ 
George <3. Hor°. 1^ ,, <.h. offlciat- 
ins. Interment was maoe f 

'^fod cemetery in charge of i^.. 

Seni'tha of Chatam N. ^.^^ "Vj 

Plains, N. Y. v/ ^ J / V " I 

I Dominick Castronova \ 

Dominick Castronc.va. aged 58 
years, died last Thursday night at 
Fitkin hospital at Neptune, funeral 
services were held Monday morn- 
■ at hi=! late home at West Free- 
hold and at 10:30 o'clock at St. 
Rose of Lima Catholic church 
w?ere requiem mass w.s celebrated' 
by Rev. John A. K^^ker pastor. ■ 
Interment was made in "><= ^ree^ 
hold Catholic cemetery in cnaib 
oi Funeral Director W. H. Free ^ 

"^He is survived by his wife, MiUy; ; 
and 13 children-Mrs. Hany Apple-, 
cate Pcint Pleasant; Mrs. Anna 
Capone and Bernard Cas'f O"";;^' °' j 
Jersey City; Marvin, «£ Ef"'"^"'! 
Mattie, Samuel, Jos^^Ph. F""^' ""L". ; 
ren Archie, Theodore, Ronald, and > 
^^kCm a! of West Freehold; and 
^ne brother, Joseph Castronova, of 
Springfield, N. J. <$' I 1 / Y- £■ 



George H. Chambers 

Geor<'e H. Chambers, aged 63 
years, a resident of West Belmar. 
died late last Wednesday at the 
Hazard hospital at Lo"« ^"^=^1 
Funeral services were held on Sat- 
urday afternoon at the C. H. i- 
Clayton & Son funeraJ honie at. 
Adelphia, with Rev. William B 
Magsam, pastor of the Adelphia. 
Mefhodist church, ofTiciating^ In^r- 
ment was made in Maplewood cemc- 
'tery here. Mr. Chambers was bora 
'at Whitesville, the son of the late 
; William and Louise G^rov-er Cham- 
bers. He is survived by one sister, 
:Mrs. Margaret Kdwards, of West 
Belmar. i3/j / -r t^ 

Wedding Notices 

• ^J'-i-j'fO 

• McCarthy - - - Captanian 

Miss Helen D. McCarthy, daugh- 
'ter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Owen 
' McCarthy of 135 West Main Street, 
Freehold, and Dr. Aram Captanian, 
I son of Mrs. and the late Mr. A. 
: Captanian of New York were 
united in marriage on Sunday af- 
Iteinoon, Sept. 22, in New York 
'City, the ceremony being perform^ 
\ ed by the Rev. Charlton Burns, a 
1 relative of the bride's family. i 

CallatiAii — Gallon ] 

Mrs. Matthew Callahan, has an- 
nounced the marriage of her daugh- 
ter, Miss Louise Kathcrine Callahan,! 
to Frederick Francis Callan, son 
of Mrs. Mary X. Callan. 22 Wilkin- 
'son Place, Trenton. The ceremony] 
! took place in Philadelphia. The , 
: couple was attended by Mr. and ! 
i Mrs. John McKallen, of Princeton i 
I Junction. /o ,•'■■> -jt > 1 

\ Check - - - Wanzeri" '7; •*'^ 

' Miss Bernice Elizabeth Wanzer. 
'daughter of Mr. Augustus Wanzer, 
'Asbury Park, and Melvin C. Check, 
,son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cheek 
,of Holmdel, were united m mai- 
'riage, Thuisday, May 2. at 8:30 p. 

m at the Second Baptist church on 
; Haley Street. The ceremony was 

performed by Rev. William A. Pai- 



Gherecovldb - - - Carotenuto 

Miss Anita Gherscovich,^ daugl: 



Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ghe 
vich of Cranbury, was uniteu ... 
marriage to Carmen Carotenuto 
son of Ralph Carotenuto of Sher.lT 
Street on Saturday «^f"'"S i 
St. George's Episcopal churcn i 
Helmetta. The ccremcny was per- 
formed by the pastor. Rev. S. Ai 
ston Wragg. / , -■'•.:. . ■ 

Del -iicia --- Castronova 
\ Miss Genevieve DeLucia- was 
united in marriage to Warren Cas- 
tronova on Sunday afternoc-n at 3 
' o'clock in St. Rose of Lima Catho- 
jlic church with the Rev. John A. 
Kucker, pastor, odiclating. Miss 
I DeLucia is the daughter of Mr. 
'and Mrs. Joseph Di;Lucia, and Mr. 
Castronova is the son c.f Dominick 
j Castronova, all of the S.mithburg 



Wedo'ing Notices 



Kclbon — Clajion 

The wedding of Miss Helei 



■i^O 



? Kel- 



of Mr; 

oi Philadelphia, and John William 
Clayton, son ci Mr. and Mrs. Wil- 
liam S. Clayton of 18 Brinkerhoff 
Avenue, -was solemnized last Satur- 
day morning at 10 o'clock in St. 

iTrancis Xavier Catholic church inj 
Philadelphia. The Rev. George L. j 

I Smith of Aiken, South Carolina, an| 
urcle of the bridegroom, came 
north to perform the ceremony and 
celebrate the nuptial mass. ] 

Goodyear - - - Clarkd./:^ 7/1^ \ 
Miss Helen Bear Goodyear, daugh- '• 
ter of C. E. Goodyear of Carlisle, I 
Pa., was united in marriage to' 
Marvin A. Clark. Freehold, son of 
Mrs. Ambrose Clark of Hendall, N. 
Y., Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock 
at the bride's home. The Rev. W. 
F. Kohler performed the ceremony. 

Davison ---Craamer;)/>/*^ ' 
The wedding of Miss Jennie M. ■ 
Davison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
William H. Davison of 87 Parker: 
Street, and Alfred Cranmer of 
Freehold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Har- ' 
ry Cranmer of Millville, took place ' 
on Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock i 
at the home of the bride's parents. | 
The ceremony was performed by ■ 
the Rev. OUs VanBrunt of Farm- i 
ingdale. formerly of FreehoW. i 



Ekdahl - 

et vedd.: 



•Cornell 



j Sunday, at the Presbytci ian man; 
iat EngUshtown, when Miss Erm 
! Ekdahl. daughter of Mr. and Mr 
jGustav Ekdahl of Englishtown, an 
;L-lv.Tence Cornell, son of Mr. an 
JMrs. William Cornell, also '^f Enj 



ted 



The 



ony 



jtor. in the presence of members of 
I the immediate families. /.i^^Aj | 

Hanira - - - Crulkshank 

Miss Bessie Hanna of Xewark 
I was united in marriage to Harold 
iCruikshank of Glen Ridge on Sat- 
urday morning, at the parsonage of 
ithe First Baptist church, here, by 
ithe pastor. Rev. Walter J. I^ke. 
! They were attended by Mr. and 
■Mrs. Charles A. Hanna of New 
Brunswick. iC/c}'^- 



Rej nolds Carlson ' / 

Miss Ethel C, Reynolds, daughl 
of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Reynol 
of 75 Stokes street, was united 
matiiagt; to Carl C, Carlson, s. 
of Mr. and Mrs. Abram Carlson 
William, street, L,akewood, in 

I pretty Fall wedding, Saturday t 
tcrnoon at 4 o^clock in the recto 
of St. Rose of Lima Catho' 
church. The Rev. John A. Kuck. 

1 pastor, performed the ceremony. 

Jackson - - - Colllm 

Miss Alice Jackson of Freehold 



V/sdding Notes 



Leivis-.-Cusworth 

Miss Lillian Lewis, dau-htpr of 
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Lewis of 
'George street, became the bride of 
Clifford W. Cusworth, son of Mr. 
[and Mrs. Alfred Cusworth of 11 
Prospect place, in a very quiet cere- 
mony performed in the manse of 
the First Baptist church on last 
Saturday afternoon. The ceremony 
was performed by the Rev. Walter 
J- Lake. ,'.. _^, 

Obituary JMotices. 

duu-les E. Cole 

Charles E. Cole, well known in 
this section of the state as an audi- 
tor, died on Monday at his home ' 
on South Street here. Private fu- 
neral services were held on Wed- 
nesday at the chapel at Rose Hill 
cemetery at Linden, with arrange-! 
ments in charge of Funeral Direc- ' 
tor W. H. Freeman. Mr. Cole is 
survived by his wife and three 
daughters, the Misses Virginia, 
Helen, and Mildred Cole. 

He was a certified public account- 
ant and the auditor of many Arms 
nunicipalities in Monmouth 
County for a number of years. He 
also served as clerk of the Board 
of Chosen Freeholders, and was 
veral years a member of the 
local Board of Education. 
I He was born in New York City 
on January 22. 1890. He came to 
Farmingdale 28 years ago, and be- 
jcame secretary-treasurer of the 
J Consumer's Fertilizer Company, Mr. 
Cole, who graduated from New 
York University in 1909, was clerk 
of the Board of Freeholders for 14 
years, beginning in 1921. < \. .^, 

I Mrs. Willetta Chamber.s 

I Mrs. Willetta Chambers, aged 75 ' 
years, widow of William Chambers, ' 
;of 22 Hudson Street, died on Satur- 
^ day afterncon at the Ogborne Nurs- ' 
ing Home at Lakewood. Private 
funeral services were held on Tues- 
day morning at her late residence, ■ 
with Rev. Bruce C. Duvall, pastor 
of the Freehold Methodist church, 
oinciating. Interment was made in 
Harmony cemetery in charge of. 
Funeral Director W. H. Freeman.! 
,Mrs. Chambers is survived by onei 
■daughter, Mrs. Joseph Tracey of 
j Hudson Street. " - .' -•!, | 



1 ~ Mrs 


Leua S. Conklin ^^h\\ 


Mrs. Leila S. Conklin, 


aged SI 


years, died 


on Saturday a 


the State 


Hospital 


at Marlboro. 


She was 


the wife 


of Ernest Conklin or 


, Green Bank. Funeral se 


■vices will 


:be held o 


a Friday after 


lOon at 3 


; o'clock at 


the VanSant 


Colonial 


Home en 


South Street, 


with Rev.' 


; George G 


Horn, pastor 


of thei 


; Freehold 


Presbyterian cl 


urch, of-j 


nciating. 


Inteini.-nt will 


be made 


in the Sta 


tc Hospital cm 


otcry. 



.23:-: JO 14 ,T-!;?fdOi 



ttit-^i^^^^; 







Brick House Hctel, Montague 



This old tavern, probablv built before 1780 
by Roger Clark, its first owner, is constructed 
of odd-sized brick of Sussex County raanuiac- 
ture. The Brick Hotel is still open for busi- 
ness. It was enlarged after its erection and 



. OBITUARY NOTICE 

DuxeU Cla>-ton 

Durell Cla>'ton. aged 65 years, 
died last Thursday at his home at 
L,eesville, Jackson township. Fu- 
neral services were held on Mon- 
day at 1:30 p. m. at his heme, and 
at 2 p. ra. at the Cassville church. 
Interment was made in the Cass- 
ville cemetery by C. H. T. Clay- 
ton & Son of Adelphia. 

He was born at Jackson's Mills, 
the son of David L. Clayton and 
Rebecca Ann Bowne. He was a re- 
tired farmer. Survivors include 
his wife, Wiletta Thompson Clay- 
ton; seven sons. David D.. Middle- 
town, Pa.; Ivins C. Clarksburg; 
Durell, Jr.. Theodore R., Elcell, and 
Joseph H,, all cf Cassville; An- 
|thony B.. U.S.S. Texas, Portsmouth, 
Va.; also two daughters, Mrs. Olive 
Thompson. Clarksburg; Inez Clay- 
ton, Cassville; and nine grandchil- 
dren. 



»trs. Jane Carter ] 

Mrs. Jane Carter, aged 56 years,' 
, wife of Daniel Carter of Toms Riv- 1 
er, died on Sunday at the State I 
H-spital at Marlboro. Funeral ser- 
vices were held on Tuesday afLt-r- 
noon at the Van.Sant Colonial Home ] 
on South Street here, with the Rev.; 
James E. VanVesscm. pastor of the I 
Marlboro Reformed church, ofllciat- 
ing. Interment was made in the 
State Hospital cemetery. ; 



a double-decked porch added. The Old Mine 
Koad, built before 1C32, branches right from 
State Eoute S31 at Montaj-ue, just south of 
the State boundary on the Delaware River. 

/^/ A'eio Jersey Council, iState Bouse, Trenton 



George Cottrell 

Georg« Cottrell. aged 81 years, 
a well known farmer and resident 
of Smithburg, died on Tuesday at 
his home. Funeral services will be 
held on Friday at 2 p. m. at the 
Siloam Methodist church with the 

|Kev. Robert S. Childs officiating. 

.Interment will bo made In Har- 

Imony cemetery by C. H. T. Clay- 

jton & Son of Adelphia. 

His only survivors ara grand- 
children: Mrs. norence Franklin, 
Siloam; Mrs. Viola Golding, Penn- 
sylvania; George Richard Burke, 
Emma Burke, Mrs. Marcella Evans, 
Miss Frieda Burke and Walter An- 
derson, all of th? Smithburg sec- 



I Thomas CojTie 

Thomas Coyne, a former 

of Rockwell avenue, Long 

[died on Saturday at the 

I Home. Funeral services w 

Tuesday 



ing 



\V. H. 



iFree 

I Rose of Lima Catholic church. In- 

|terment was in the Freehold Catho- 

Mr. Coyne is survived by the fol- 
ving daughters: Mrs. Agnes Boa, 
rs. James Brouks. and Miss Lll- 
n Coyne, all of Asbury Park; 
:s. Helen S. .nion and Mrs. Eliza- 
th Curtis, o. Ked Bank; Mrs. Mar- 
ret ZeiKler. Little Silver, and -Mrs. 
nma Mulier. Neptune City. 

— ^-r-f! 



mi mt \f m'unfWi 



I Obituary J^oticcs. 

] Mrs. Kose A. Cawlrj' 

' Mrs. Ivose A. Cawley died Sun- 
iday morning at her home. M'/i Lin- 
'coln place, after several weel<3 iU- 
' ness. She was the widow of John 
, H. Cawley, who died last Septem- 
iber. Funeral services were held 
, Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock, 
from her late home and at 9 o'clock i 
:in the St. Rose of Lima Catholic i 
' church. Interment was in the Free-] 
hold Catholic cemetery in charge j 
of W. H. Freeman. 

Mrs. Cawley is survived by one 
son and three daughters, Albert 
and Theresa Cawley, who reside at 
heme; -Mrs. Patrick Scanlon of Lin- 
coln place, and Mrs. Edward Mul- 
hoUand of South street. //(>,y^ • 



David "Dcm" Cashion 

I Da\-id "Dera" Cashion of 37 '.Ic- 
i Lean street, died Monday at Mon- 
j mouth Memorial hospital, where 
] he had been a patient for the past 
three weeks. He was 54 years old 
land was the son of the late Edward 
'Cashion. who was jail warden here 
' for a number of years, and Cather- 
ine McGowan. He was a past granc 
knight of the local Knights of 
Columbus and was tiler of the local 
Elks lodge for a number of years. 
He was employed as a custodian at 
the local courthouse for several 
years but for the past few years he 
has been employed In the local 



Fun 



thi: 



morning at 8 o'clock from his laie 
heme and at 9 o'clock in St. Rose 
of Lima Catholic chuich witn the 
rtev. John A. Kucker. pastor, cele- 
biating requiem mass. Interment 
was made in the Freehold Catholic 
cemetery in charge of W. H. Free- 
Mr. Cashion is survived by his 
v,-ife. Jane McXicholas Cashion; 
three children, David. Jr., Ann and 
1 Robert Glenn, all of Freehold; one 
'blether, William Cashion of Colts! 
,Xeck, and one sister. Miss Mary | 
I Cashion of Asbury Park. T- y .? .-,4,> I 

I Scldon E. Conk 

I Seldon E. Conk, three-months-old 
! son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Conk of 
' Siloam, died on Saturday mornmg 
i at Fitkin hospital, Neptune, of 
'pneumonia. Funeral services were 
held on Tuesday morning at the' 
C H T. Claj-ton & Scji funeral 
home at Adelphia, with Rev. Rob-; 
ert S. Childs. pastor of the Ardena 
Baptist church, officiating. Inter- 
ment was made in Harmony ceme- 
tery. Besides his parents, the child 
is survived by two brothers and 
one sister, Howard, Abram and 
Earline Conk, at home.^ -;■,.,.'/ 



^\ Uliam II. Connors Dead 

William H. Connors, 71. veteran | 
hotclman and former commodore] 
of the Highlands Tacht Club, died 
on Mond.^y at his home at Water' 
Witch. He was a friend of many i 
of the top notchers in the sport I 



PETER F. CONOVER DEAD| 
Well Known Local Resident 



Peter Forman Conove 
ears, died suddenly at 



1 12 Broad street, last Wednesday 
evening. Funeral services were 
[held Saturday afternoon at the 
! Freeman funeral home on East 
jMain street, conducted by the Rev. 
W. L. Sahler, pastor of the Re- 
formed church. Interment was in 
Maplewood cemetery. 
I He is survived by a step-daugh- 
ter, Mrs. Charles Sherman of Lake- 
wood; a step-granrt-daughter, Mrs. 
[Lester Woolfenden of Elizabeth; 
also the following nieces and neph- 
ew, Mrs. Howard Croxson of Free- 
Ihold, Mrs. D. H. Ely of Holmdel, 
' Mrs. Garret R. Conover of Colts 
JNeck, and Edward S. Conover of 
East Freehold. 

Mr. Conover was born on a farm 
near Freehold, October 3, 1856, the | 
son of Edward M. and Margaret A. j 
I Campbell Conover. For many years ! 
.he conducted a farm at East Free- j 



ehold 



39 



; hold, 

j years ago. He was a partner in the 
[Statesir Lumber Company, retiring 
ifrom the same 20 years ago. 

He was a member of the Freehold 
I board of education, at one time, and 
' also one of the early directors of 
jthe old Freehold Driving Club. 
I Mr. Conover was twice married; 
his first wife was the late Margaret 
Wyckoff and his second, the late 
: Cordelia A. Morris. 
I Mr. Conover was educated in the 
East Freehold school and at the 
old Freehold Institute. In an inter- 
view with h'im two years ago he ^ 
' recalled his former school days and 
.schoolmates, the late D. V. Perrine, I 
I the late Joseph Resell, and Charles j 
P. Emmons. He also told of the! 
j changes that have been made in 
1 farming and in the handling of 
i potatoes and reaping. He also re- 
called the days when he was assist- 
ant marshall of the Democratic 
parades. ( 

j Mr. Conover was well known in t 
I Freehold and always stopped along' 
the street to pass the time of day j 
J or speak a friendly word or jokej 
I with his friends. 

We are complimented and note I 
that Mr. Conover was a subscriber! 
to the Democrat for 62 years. ' 

i 



YA^^: 



i Sliss Susan Conover 

' Miss Susan Conover died sud- 
denly at her home at Tcnnont 
Tuesday noon. Private funeral 
services will be conducted at her 
late home this (Thursday) after- 
noon at 2 o'clock, with Rev. Char- 
les H. Neff, pastor of Old Tennent 
Church offlciating. Interment will 
bo made in Old Tennent Cemetery 
in char;;c of Funeral Director J. 
Laird Hulse of Englishtown. 

She is survived by her father, 
Thompson Cn-.n-.-cr and one sister, 



Mi; 



Grace 



ver. both^ 



mf 



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Fred E. Cono\>:r, aged 51 years, 
committed suicide by shooting him- 
self, late last Thursday night. His 
action was attributed to loss of his 
position at Fair Lawn Farms, Adel- 
phia, where he had been employed 
for some time. He was found in 
one of the barns, by a fellow em- 
ployee, at 4 o'clock the following 

He is survived by his wife, nee 
L. Edna WoUcott, a daughter, Ella 
Mae, and one son. Carlton Conover, 
driver of the Monmouth County 
Library truck; also four brothers, 
Edward R. and Louis F. Conover, 
Fair Haven; Crincy S., Colts Neck; 
and Herbert, of Ohio. Funeral ser- 
vices were held on Monday after- 
noon at the Clayton Funeral Home 
at Adelphia, conducted by Rev. 
Percy Comer of Manahawkin, a 
former pastor at Adelphia M. E. 
Church, assisted by Rev. Robert L. 
Blackman of Adelphia. Interment 
n Atlantic Cemetery, 
Colts Neck, by Director Clayton. 

Mrs. Jennie L. Conover 

Mrs. Jennie L. Conover, aped 85 
years, of Sea Girt, widow of Wickoff 
G. Conover, died last Thursday 
night at the home of her daughter : 
Mrs. R. W. Click of Richmond Hill, 
L. I., with whom she was spending 
the Winter. 

Funeral services were held on 
Sunday afternoon at the Freehold 
Presbyterian Church, with the Rev. 
H. H. Hubbell of the Manasquan 
Presbyterian Church, officiating. In- 
terment was made in Maplewood 
Cemetery, here. 

Besides the daughter mentioned, 
she is survived by six other chil- 
dren: William Conover of Sea Girt, 
with- whom she lived; Mrs. Mar- 
garet MacVarish, Long Branch; 
Mrs. James Borland, Washington- 
Joseph Conover, Mana.squan; Dr. 
Robert Conover, Toledo. O.; James 



Cono 



step-chil- 



dren, Mrs. Eva Conover of New 
York, and Mrs. Anna WooUey of 
Allenwood. ^ ^ ■' : 

Mrs. Ella P. Conover 

Mrs. Ella P. Conover, aged 70 
years, wife of E. Clarence Conover, 
died on Sunday at 37 Broadway. 
Funeral services were held on Tues- 
day afternoon at the Clayton Fu- 
neral Home at Adelphia, with Rev. 
W. L. Sahler. paster of the Free- 
hold Reformed Church, officiating. 
Interment was made in Old Ten- 
nent Cemeteiy by Director Clayton. 

Besides her husband, Mrs. Cono- 
ver is survived by one daughter, 
Mrs. Marjorie P. R. Simcox of Ro- 
selle Park, and 
Lloyd Reid of Summit. C/< /j> ^ 



if^m^.'j^; 



Mrs. Jane C. Carr 
Funeral services for Mrs. Jane C. 
Carr, aged 72 years, wife of Charles 
Carr, who died on Saturday at her 
home at Oakhurst, were held on 
Tuesday at 1 p. m. at her home with 
the Rev. John D. Blair officiating. 
Interment was made In the Clarks- 
burg cemetery. 

Mrs. Carr was born at Clarksburg, 
the daughter of Charles P. and 
Caroline Ely Robbins. 

Besides her husband, she is sur- 
vived by two daughters, Mrs. 
George Compton of Rutherford and 
Mr.?. Marion D. Jeffrey of Oak- 
Hawkins Carr of Oak- 



] Mrs. Eliza A. Conine 

I Mrs. Eliza A. Conine, 3:;ed 83 ' 
j years, died early Tuesday morning 
' at her home. 38 South Main Street, 
Allentown. She was the daughter 
of the late Britton Cook and Letitia 
I Miller Cook. Funeral services will 
j be held at her late home on Fri- 
! day afternoon, at 1 o'clock, con- j 
I ducted by Rev. Charles Anderson, I 
i pastor of the Methodist Church. I 
I Interment will be made in Adelphia 
I Cemetery in charge of Funeral Di- 
I rector C. H. T. Clayton of Adelphia. | 
I Mrs. Conine is survived by her 1 
I husband, John R. Conine; one' 
daughter, Mrs. Charles Atkinson;! 
and five sons, William B,. John D., | 
Leroy and Leon, all of Allentown. ■ 
and Charles R., of Lawrence Har-! 
bor; also a sister, Mrs. Mary Lee I 
of Allentown; and three brothers, 
Charles Cook of Farmingdale' 
George Cook of Harmonir; and Jo- 
seph Cook of Belniar. ^'Ac/?f I 

Mrs. Lilian F. Chamberlin 

Mrs. Lillian F. Chamberlin, aged 
64 years, of Hamilton Square, died 
Saturday in Mercer Hospital, 
Trenton. Funeral services were 
held on Tuesday afternoon from 
residence by Rev. Rob-, 
ert Lenox, pastor of the Hamilton 
Square Presbjterian church and! 
w- ^'^"'■'■fc^ Parsclls, pastor of the 
Windsor M. E. church. Interment! 
was made in the Hamilton Square 
cemetery. i «"<: i 

She was a former resident of Uo- 
er Freehold. 
T ^"";!,^'°" are two daughters, Mrs. 
John Dey of Hamilton Square and 
Mrs. Wilbur Spear of Windsor; two 

T.K-.- ^^I'^t? °^ ^""""l E'-ook and 
Phlhp of Trenton; one sister Mrs 
Mary E. Malsbury of Imlaystow'n, a 
ilip Fagans of Doug- 
nine grandchildren, 

Mrs. Slarj Etta Cooke 

Mrs. Mary Etta Cooke, aged 79 
5'ears, died on Tuesday morning at 
her home at 43 Morris Avenue. 
Manasquan. Funeral services will 
be held Friday afternoon at 2 
o'clock at her late home, followed 
by interment in Greenwood Ceme- 
tery, Brielle. in charge of Funeral 
Director C. H. T. Clayton & Son 
of Adelphia. i 

She is survived by her husband, 
Daniel Cooke; two sons, Howard,! 
Brielle, and Milton, at home; and 
three daughters, Mrs. Jennie Brown ! 
Lakewood; Mrs. Augie Moorei i 
Spring Lake Heights; and Mrs.] 
Viola Woolson of Manasquan. She 
was born in Clarksburg, the daugh- 
ter of the late Charles and Alice 
Parker. She and Mr. Cook cele- 
brated their 50th wedding anniver- 
sary in the summer of 193i../x^Sjf 

David J. Clayton '/ >^M 
David J. Clayton, aged 80 years, 
a resident of Adelphia. died at his 
home there early Friday morning. 
Funeral services were held on Mon- 
day afternoon at the C. H. T. Clay- 
ton & Son funeral home at Adel- 
phia, with Rev. Otis VanBrunt of 
Freehold, and Rev. Robert L. Black- 
man of Adelphia. otliciating. Inter- 
ment was made in Adelphia Ceme- 
tery by Director Clayton. He is 
survived by his wife, Mrs. Sarah: 
Hyers Clayton; one daughter. Mrs. 
Walter Lokcrson; one .son, Ernest 
O. Clayton, all of Adelphia: and one 
Reynolds, of 

6 of Harmony. 



ster, Mrs. Sarah 
Hightstown. 
Charter Oak 



^Obituary ]\iotices. 

I waiiam R. IL CottreU 

I William R. H. Cottrell. aged 75 
I years died suddenly at his home 
;at 13 McLean Street, on Saturday 
1 morning. Funeral services were 

held at his late home on Tuesday 

afternoon, conducted by Rev, A. L. 
I Under, pastor of the First Baptist 

Church. Interment was made in 
: Maplewood Cemetery in charge of 
I Funeral Director C, H. T. Clayton 
I & Son of Adelphia. i 

He is survived by his wife, Mrs. 

Lydia Ann Miller Cottrell; one 
! daughter, Mrs. Alvord B. Palmer of 
j Club Place; one son, Theodore Cot- 
I trell of Park Avenue; two grand- 
I children, Mrs. Richard Taft and 

William Palmer, both of Freehold; 

and two great grandchildren. He 

was a member of the First Baptist 
1 Church here, and of Tennent Lodge 

No. 69, Knights of Pythias. 

For a number of years, Mr. Cot- 
i trell was a partner with the late 

Sidney Meyers, in the operation of 
I a grocery store at the corner of 
I South and McLean Streets, and wa3 

later employed in D. V. Perrine's 

I store on West Main Sive&t.^ j jcjjj^ 

[j %/n >Irs. Ethel Cottrell. /'-Jij'^ 

1 M/s. Ethel Cottrell, aged 45 years. 
j wife of Theodore Cottrell of Park 
I Avenue, died on Friday evening at 
I St. Francis Hospital in Trenton. 
I Funeral services were held on Mon- 
day morning at 8:30 o'clock from 
her late home, and at 9:15 o'clock 
iat St. Peter's Episcopal Church. 
I with the rector. Rev. John H. 
I Schwacke. ofUciating. Interment 
I was -made in Maplewood Cemetery 
harge of Fur.eral Director W. 



Alonzo F. Crawford 



H. Fre 



Mr 



Cot- 



: trell IS survived by her mother. 
jMrs. Eliza Thompson of Freehold; 
I and two brothers. William H. and 
Irving Thompsor^ of Farmingdalp. 



Bertram Fiske Clark. 

iram Fiske Clark, aged 74 , 
3 months 



I Bei 

I years, who had sp, 

I at the home of his ; 
lyn Clark VoshcU at Colts Neck i 
died last Wednesday morning, at '• 
the Fitkin Hospital at Neptune.' 
Funeral .services were held on Fri- ' 

' day morning at 11 o'clock at Fune-i 
ral Director W. II. Freeman's on 
East Main Street, after which the 
body was taken to the Rose Hill 
Crematory at Linden. Mr. Clark \ 
was the head of the Clark Teachers 
Agency in Chicago, where he lived 
prior to his visit here. , a ^/jy 

I Mrs. Florence Cooper 

\ Mrs. Florence Cooper, aged 49 
j years, wife of Howard Cooper of 
[ Long Branch, died on Monday 
' morning: at Hazard hospital. Funer- 
al services ■ will be held today 
j (Thursday) at 2 p. m. at the W. A. 
^lley Funeral Home in Long 
nch by the Rev. H. E. Garrison, 
pastor of the Simpson church. 

rs. Cooper was born in Free- 
hold, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
Thomas Horner. Besides her hus- 
band, she is survived by her moth- 
5r; two daughters, Mrs. John Kath 
3f BoUviUe and Mrs. Reginald Blair 
of Long Branch; six grandchildren; 
two si.slers, Mrs. Karl Eckholm and 
;. Walter Eckholm of Chicago, 
foi:r brotheis. Allen. JrfT.rson, 
ry ind Willi.ini IJorncr of Chi, 



Long 



Alonzo F.Crawford, aged 74 years. 
I a resident of 26 Monmouth Avenue, 
idled on Sunday afternoon at Mon- 
mouth Memorial Hospital, a 

1 Branch, following a short 
Funeral services were held from his' 
late home on Wednesday afternoon i 

'conducted by Rev. John H. 
Schwacke, rector of St. Peter's 
Episcopal Church. Interment was 
made in Maplewood Cemetery in 
charge of Funeral Director W. H. 
Freeman. 

Mr. Crawford was a retired car- 1 
penter. He is survived by his wife, 1 
nee Mary Jane Colter; one daugh- 
ter, Elizabeth, at home; three sons, | 
William and George, of Freehold! | 
and Sgt. John Crawford, of the' 
State Police Barracks at Toms Riv-I 
er. Another daughter. Miss Mabel I 
Crawford, died last November. He 
is also survived by a half sister, 
Mrs. Lydia Carrigan of New Bruns- 

Mrs. PauJlne CrotcWelt - 

Mrs. Pauline Crotchfelt, aged 69 
years, died on Tuesday afternoon at i 
Monmouth Memorial Hospital at I 
Long Branch. Her body was re- 1 
moved to her home at 103 Center' 
Street, from where funeral sen-ice." 
will be held on Friday afternoon at 

2 o'clock, conducted by Rev. George 
G. Horn, pastor of the Freehold 
Presb>-teriRn Church. Interment 
will be made in Maplewood Ceme- 
tery in charge of Funeral Director 
W. H Freeman. j 

She Is the widow of John Henry | 
Crotchfelt, and is survived by four! 
sons, William and Joseph of Free-i 
hold; Fredrick, of Long Branch;' 
and Frank of Red Bonk; two broth-j 
crs, Henry Metzel, of Freehold and 
William Metzel of Spotswood; and 
one sister, Mrs. John Jolly of South 
River; al5o 16 grandchildren and 
three great-grandchildren.y ^1 J^--54 

AViUiam C. Casler 

i William C. Sasler, aged 67 years. 
: of Cafisville, died on Monday at the 
I Marlboro State Hospital. Funeral' 
\ services will be held today (Thurs- 1 
I day) at 1:30 at the Funeral Home j 
; of C. H. T. Clayton & Son in Adel- ' 
phia and at 2:30 at the Pleasant 
Grove M. E. Chuich in charge of 
! the pastor. Rev. Leon Martorano, 1 
assisted by Rev. Robert Childs of]- 
Ardena. Interment will be at | 
! Pleasant Grove Cemetery. | 

j Survivors are his wife Lily Park- i 
ler Casler; a daughter. Mrs. Mary 1 
C. Padgett of Red Bank; one son,! 
Conover of Cassville; also three! 
brothers, Charles Casler of Belford, I 
Thom.as Casler of Port Monmouth 
I and Otis Casler of Boston, Mass.; | 
I ajid one sister, Mrs. Leona 



J 

John Curran 



na Crosby! 



John Curran, aged 85 years, died 
early Wednesday morning at his 
home at West Freehold. Funeral 
services will be held on Friday 
morning at 8 o'clock at Funeral 
Director W. H. Ki-ccman's on East 
Main Street, and at 9 o'clock at St. 
Rose of Lima Catholic Church, -n-ith 
requiem mass being celebrated by 
the assistant pastor. Rev. James 
Child. Interment will be made in 
the Freehold Catholic Cemetery. He 
is survived by one daughter, Mrs. 
Bridget Applegato; and two sons, 
Alexander and David Curran. 



'Obituary J\[otices. 



Mr: 



Sirs. Slarj" A. Clayt 

;. Mary A. Clayto 



68 



of Harmony, died 
' early Monday morning at the home 
o£ her sister-in-law, Mrs. Ida M.I 
1 Matthews at 45 North Clover Street, 
I Lakewood, where she was spending 
1 the holidays. She was the widow ' 
I of Willard C. Clarton, who died 
j 14 months ago. 

I Funeral services were held on 
j Wednesday afternoon at the Clay- 
] ton Funeral Home at Adelphia, con- 
I ducted by Kev. R. L. Blackman of 
I Adelphia. Interment was made in 
i Harmony Cemetery by Director 
j Clayton. Mrs. Clayton is survived 
! by one daughter, Mrs. Reta Carroll 
[ of Staten Island. )/l-/ S,^ 

Charles CroxSon 
Charles Croxson, aged 82 years, 
died on Sunday at his home at 
Long Branch. Funeral services 
were held on Wednesday at 2;30 p. 
m. from the W. A. Woolley funeral 
home with the Rev. H. E. Garrison, 
pastor of the Simpson M. E. church 
officiating. Interment was made in 
Glenwood cemetery, West L.ong 



nch. 



Mr 



I hold, the son of Willi; 



Froe- 
d Pa- 



Hu 



bui 



pector in Long 
Branch and the first president of 
the Long Branch Carpenters' union. 
He retired from 60 years of carpen- 
try in 1936. He was a member of 
the Long Branch Elks. 

He is survived by his wife, to 
whom he would have been married 
61 years this May, and ^ daughter. 



Irene Cn 



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John J. Curtis 

John J. Curti.?. aged 80 years, 
died suddenly following a heart at- 
tack at his home at 214 Lexington 
Avenue, Lakewood, on Tuesday eve- 
ning. Funeral services will be held; 
on Saturday afternoon at his late! 
home, conducted by the Rev.' 
Earl Fritz, pastor of the 
Hope Chapel Presbyterian Church, 
of which he was a member. Inter- 
ment will be made in Hope Chapel 
Cemetery bv Funeral Director C. H. 
T. Clayton & Son of Adelphia. | 

He is survived by his wife, nee i 
Mary Ann Cooper; one daughter,! 
Mrs. Edna May Harries of Wana-: 
massa; one son. Chief of Police 
Walter A. Curtis of Lakewood; one 
sister, Mrs. Adeline Patterson of 
Avon; and four grandchildren, and 
five great-grandchildren. He was a 
member of Laurel Council, Jr. O. U. 

A. M. ,_; y^ ^y'^.,i" 

BIrs. Hannah Doughcrtj- Curran 

Mrs. Hannah Dougherty Curran, 
aged 75 years, widow of Matthew 
Curran, died on Monday at the 
Welfare Home at Briar Hill. Fune- 
ral services were held on Wedr.cE- 
day morning at 8 o'clock at Fune- 
ral Director W. H. Freeman's, and 
at 9 o'clock at St. Rose of Ljma 
Catholic Church, where requiem 
mass was celebrated by the pastor. 
Rev. John A. Kucker. Interment 
was made in the Freehold Catholic 
Cemetery by Director Freeman. 
Mrs. Curran, who is survived by 

for a m 



Auto Isijuries Caused 
Mr. Coyne's Death 

DIED FRIDAY MORNING 
AT FITKIN HOSPITAL. \ 

Driver Held For Grand Jury' 
Action. 



John Henry Coyne, of 41 Institute 
Street, died at Fitkin Hospital. Nep- 
tune, at 6:30 o'clock last Friday 
morning , from injuries sustained 
the previous Sunday evening, when 
he was struck by a car while cross- 
ing the highway near Jerseyviile. 

His body was removed to his 



here, fron 



fhere fun 



ra! 



vices were held on Monday morn- 
ing at 8 o'clock, and at 9 o clock' 
at the St. Rose of Lima Catholic ^ 
Church where requiem mass wasi 
celebrated by Rev John Kucker,] 
the pastor. Interment was made 
in the Freehold Catholic Cemetery 
in charge of Funeral Director W. H. j 
. Freeman. j 

Mr. Coyne is survived by his wife, i 
Mrs. Catherine Coyne; two daugh- ! 
j ters, Mrs. Harry Frank and Mrs.! 
! Edward Gaffnev; and two sons.; 
Carroll and William; all of Free-' 
hold; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John 
Coyne of Belmar; two brothers and; 
five sisters, Frank Coyne of New' 
York City, James Coyne of Engle- 
wood, Mrs. Grover Morgan of Bal- 
timore, Mrs. Charles McConnell of; 
Belmar, Mrs. Arnold Hulsehart and j 
Mrs. Nate Beyer, both of Neptune; | 
and Mrs. Sarah Theall of New York i 
City. I 

Accompanied by his son-in-law i 
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gaff-j 
ney, Mr. Coyne was returning home] 
from a visit with his parents at j 
Belmar, when he stopped opposite 
a used car agency at Jerseyviile, } 
and as he walked across the high-i 
way toward the agency, he was 
struck by a car driven by Harry 
Lake, of 914 Curtis Avenue, West 
Belmar. He was taken in the Pot- ] 
|ter & Son ambulance to Fitkin 1 
i Hospital, and did not regain con-! 
I sciousness after the accident. He 
I had a compound fracture of hisj 
jleft leg, dislocated left shoulder., 
I severe head injuries, and possible | 
I internal injuries, although his con-' 
' dition did not permit the taking of! 
j x-ray pictures to determine the full i 
I extent of his injuries. Mr. Coyne , 
was employed at the A. & M. Kara- 
gheusian Rug Mill here for several 
years. 

On Friday afternoon. State Po-I 
lice from Fainiingdale, arraigned' 
j Mr. Lake before Justice of thej 
Peace Fred Quinn, here, on a 
' charge of causing death with an 
I auto, and he was released under 
$1,500 bond, to await the action of 
the grand jury. 



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BIrs, Harry McIntjTe Connor 

Funeral services for Mrs. Harry 
Mclntyre Connor, former resii 
of Farmingdale, who died last week 
In St. Petersburg, Florida, were held 
Monday morning in the Farm 
dale Methodist Church in charge of 
Funeral Director C. H. T. Clayton 
and Son of Adelphia. 

She is survived by a daughter, 
Esther, and two sifters Mis-ses 
Belle and Anna Mclntyre,' of SJ. 
Petersburg, Florida. '', '^ -^ \ 



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Obituary Notices. 



James A. H. Colgan 

James A. H. Colgan, aged 62 
years, died suddenly on Tuesday ev- 
I ening at his home at 144 South 
1 Street. Funeral services will be held 
on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at 
[Funeral Director W. H. Freeman's 
:on East Main Street, with Kev. 
John H. Schwacke. rector of St. 
Peter's Episcopal Church, officiat- 
ing. Interment will be made in 
Woodlawn Cemetery, Lakewood, by 
I Director Freeman. 

Mr. Colgan. who operated a gar- 
age in New York City, is survived 
by his wife, Mrs. Eleanor Colgan. 

George Carey 

George Carey, aged 54 years, died 
on Monday at the State Hospital. 
Funeral services were held on Wed- 
nesday morning at the VanSant 
Colonial Home on South Street, con- 
ducted by Rev. Louis F. Cogan, pas- 
tor of St. Gabriel's Catholic Church 
at Bradevelt. Interment was made 
in the State Hospital Cemetery. 

Miss Margaret E. Church 1 



Miss Margaret E. Chur 


ch, of 27 


McLean Street 


died on S 


unday at 


Monmouth Me 


morial Ho 


spital at 


Long Branch. 


Her body 


was re- 


moved to Func 


ral Direcl 


or W. H. 


Freeman's on 


East Mai 


n Street, 


where services 


were held 


on Wed- 


nesdav afterno. 


on at 2 oc 


ock, con- 


ducted by Rev. 


J. X. Pedri 


:<. pastor 


of the Freehold 


M. E. Chi 


rch. In- 



iliss Church is survived by one sis- 
ter, Miss Marietta Church,, who 
lived with her. 



yjf 



Cornelius Cronin | 

Cornelius Cronin, aged 73 years, 
a resident of 28 Rector Place, Red ] 
Bank, died early Wednesday morn- 
ing at Riverview Hospital at Red 
Bank. Funeral services will be held ' 
on Saturday morning at 9 o'clock 
at his late home, and at 10 o'clock 
at St. James Catholic Church, where 
requiem mass will be celebrated. In- 
terment will be made in Mount Oli- 
vet Cemetery by Director W. H. 
^ Freeman of Freehold. He is sur- 
Ivived by his wife, Mary; a daugh-; 
; ter, Mrs. Margaret Newman; and I 
! three grandchildren, at home; and | 
I three sisters, Mrs. Edward Brani-; 
gan of New York City, Mrs. Henry 
Hardy of Marlboro, and Mrs. Mary 
.Fields of Red Bank. j/Q^^'/^S' 

I Oliver Case. i 

I Word was received here last week ! 
; of the death of Oliver Case of Can- 
I ton. Conn. Mr. Case was the fath- 1 
I er of Miss Ella Case, history teach- 
i cr at the Freehold High School. 
I He died last Tuesday of injuries I 
I sustained when struck by an auto-i 
mobile. Funeral services were held 
I on Thursday. //^ Xj, ■ S 'j 

James Carnegie 

James Carnegie, 87, of Route 33 I 
rear Jerseyville, died on Monday. 
He- was a retired marine engineer. 



I'hiins. and onr- son Jam 
eofS,-..UancI.'y^^j^ 



MRS. CRAIG CELEBRATES 
90TH BIRTHDAY. 

Still Leads Active Life. 

Mrs. Ella Craig of Tftnnen: Ave- 
ne, Englishtown, on Monday cele- 
brated her ninetieth birthday, a 
wish she had often expressed. 

Though the possessor of many 
years, she is active, doing her own 
housework and prepaj-ing her meals. 
Last summer she worked in her 
garden. She is well preserved, hav- 
ing a keen memory, good sight and 
hearing. One of her greatest pleas- 
ures is the radio. 

She was born March 28, 1848 in 
Hightstown, the daughter of John 
Benham and Elizabeth Cutter. In 
1884 she moved to Tennent. after 
her marriage to Charles Augustus 
Craig, where she remained for thir- 
teen years, until his death, after 
which she moved to Englishtown 
and opened a millinery shop. She 
continued in business until a little 
over eight years ago, when she suf- 
fered a stroke, but recovered. She 
has lived in her present home five 
years. 

For over fifty years she has been 
a member of the Englishtown Pres- 
b>-terian Church and was in her 
pew each Sunday. For thirty-three 
years she taught in Sunday School 
and loves to talk of the bovs and 
girls in her classes. .j_ ', J •. -/ 

j CONROWS FETED ON 25th 
! ANI.J/ERSARY. 

Tendered Dinner And Party 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Conrow 
were hiade very happy by fnends 
and relatives on the occasion of 
their silver wedding anniversary, 
Saturday. 

A family dinner attended by Mr. 
and Mrs. Joseph Conrow of Free- 
hold, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Baxter of 
Ocean Grove, Miss Carrie Herring, 
Miss Doris Conrow, Donald Con- 
row and Albert Ackerly, preceded 
an evening surprise party planned 
by neighbors and friends. Mrs. 
Conrow was presented by her hus- 
band and children with a Bulova 
wrist watch and a corsage of red 



She 



the 



many beautiful pieces of silver, 
' glassware and other gifts. Deli- 
' cious refreshments and a wedding 
■ cake were served. 
I Mrs. Conrow, who prior to her 
marriage was Miss Addie Saslev 
I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles 
; Basley, became the bride of Ch:irles 
1 Conrow, son of Joseph Conrow on 
March 5th, 1913, at a beautiful 
j home wedding. Mrs. Rulon Apple- 
Igate (then Mi.ss Lillian Conrow, sis- 
I ter of the groom), and George Bas- 
ley, brother of the bride, were their 
'attendants. The Rev. Horace Good- 
child of Middletown, performed the 
ceremony. He was a cousin of the 
bride's father. 

Mr. and Mrs. Conrow have al- i 
ways made their home in Farming- 
dale. They are active in grange^ 
and church affairs. They have 
three children: Joseph Conrow of' 
Freehold; Miss Doris Conrow and, 
Donald Conrow, who are still at 



40TH WEDDING ANNI- 
I VERSARY ,/„,, .^ 

Coopers Given Surprise 



Party 



Mr. and Mrs. D. Edward Cooper 
of 140 South Street, were tendered 
a surprise party last Wednesday 
I evening in honor of their 40th wed- 
iding anniversary. They were sup- 
per guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Ed- ; 
ward Smythe of 44 Brinkerhoff Ave- 
nue. In the evening-, 20 relatives 
and friends arrived, for a genuine 
surprise party. Mr. and Mrs. Coop- 
er were presented with a ruby col- 
or blanket. 

Mr. Cooper is employed as a clerk 
at the local Post Office. Prior to 
coming to Freehold, he was engag-l 
ed in farming. He and Mrs. Cooper j 
were married at Adelphia parson- j 
age. by Rev. John Allen in 1898. 

Guests at the party included Mr. 
and Mrs. T. Edwin Jeffries, Mr. and I 
. Lewis Jeffries, Mr. and Mrs.! 
Dorrie Smythe, Mrs. Mary Barka-' 
low, Mr. and Mrs. J. Everett Bark- 
V, Mrs. Emma Conine, and Miss 
Marcella Jeffries, all of Freehold; 
and Mrs. Arthur Smythe, Tren- 
Mrs. Austin Dell, Philadelphia; 
and Mrs. Samuel Jeffries, 
Spring Lake; Mrs. Arch McBride, 
Trenton; and Mr. and Mrs. Albret 
Earkalow of Point Pleasant. 



Marked 40th Wedding 
Anniversary 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Crine of 
Vanderburgh, celebrated their 40th 
wedding anniveisary. last Wedncs- 
da. They attended mass at St. 
Rose of Lima Church, here, which 
was celebrated by their son. Rev. 
Michael Augustine Crine of Ocean 
City. A reception was held at their 
home in the afternoon, which was 
attended by relatives. I 

Those attending the reception 
were: Walter Crine and daughter,, 
Mary, of Marlboro; Mrs. Agnes I 
Holtz and Mrs. Mary Crine and son, j 
Michael, of Wickatunk; Mrs. Cath-| 
erine Maloney of Morganville; Mr.] 
and Mrs. Fred Crine and sons, 1 
Francis and Fred. Jr., and Miss I 
Winifred Kain of Red Bank; Miss 
Elizabeth Kain of Asbury Park; 
Rev. Michael A. Crine of Ocean 
City, and Harry. Charles and Jo- 
.seph Crine of Vandeburgh. T,, <> 



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Walter Culle 
Monday evei 
at Neptune. 



it Fitkin Hospital | 
has been named 1 



WEDDING NOTICES 



Wamock - 



-Crin 



I Miss Mary Hazel Wamock, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James 
P. Warnock of Matawan and Paul 
Crine, son of Mr. and Mrs. John 
Crine of Morganville, were united 
in marriage last Saturday morning 
at 9 o'clock at St. Joseph's Catholic 
Church at Kcyport. The ceremony 
wa^ performed by Rev. Augustus 
Crinr of Ocean Gate, a cousin of 
^he bridegroom. / H/ 'S/ 3 } 



I WEDDING NOTICES 

] Lewis - - - CottreU 

i Miss Martha Elaine Lewis, daugh- 
ter of Mrs. Adeline Lewis of Jer- 
seyville, was united in marriage to 
LeRoy Wilson CottreU. son of Mrs. 
Ethel Cottrell of Spotswood. on Sat- 
urday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock by 
the Rev. Walter W. Mininger. pas- 
tor of the South Amboy Baptist 
church, and a former pastor of the 
local Ardena Baptist church. 

The bride wore a gown of royal 
blue silk. The couple were attend- 
ed by their mothers. 

Following the ceremony, the 
bride and groom left for their new- 
ly furnished home at Crescent Ave- 
nue. Spotswood. 

Mrs. Cottrell is a graduate of 
Freehold High School class of '34, 
, and he is a graduate of the South 
I River High School class of '32 and 
' is employed as private secretary at 
I the >fational L*3d Company, in 
\ South Amboy. • 



yUes 



Mis 



Cliallender 

E. Bavlios, daughter of 



Mr and Mrs. Kent Baylies of Xe 
Egypt and Kenneth R. Challender, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Chal- 
lender, were united in marriage on 
Thursday, December 2nd. The 

Egm. O^'-i 'i7 

Keid--- Cameron i 

Miss Phyllis Jane Re:d. daughter I 
of Commissioner and Mrs. Walter! 
Williamson Reid. Jr., of Allenhurst, I 
was united in marriage to Ross B.I 
Cameron of Freehold, son of Jesse I 
B. Cameron and the late Mrs. Kath-! 
ryn B. Cameron of Rising Sun, Md..! 
on Saturday evening at the home I 
of her parents. The ceremonv was 
performed by Rev. Randal'l W. ; 
Conklin. pastor of the Trinity Epis- : 
copal Church in Asbury- Park, be-' 
fore a bank of oak leaves, smilax. i 

ia ferns. On the altar were cande-. 
labra. Other rooms were decorated j 



FIj-nn - - - Cuslirural 

Miss Mary B. Flyhn, foster daugh- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mc- 
Knight of the Freehold-Marlboro 
road, and Joseph Cushrural of 
Caldwell, were united in marriage 
last Wednesday afternoon, in a 
ceremony performed at St. Rose of 
Lima Catholic Church, 'by Rev. 
John A. Kucker, pastor. 6 , Si/3'^ 

JeroUs - - - Cercbe ^y | 

Miss Bernice JeroUs, daughle'r' of I 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael JeroUs of 48 1 
Avenue A, was united in marriage] 
to Eeinard Cerebe, son of Mrs. j 
Mary Cerebe of 3251 Mercer Street, | 
Philadelphia, on Saturday at 3 p. i 
m. at St. Rose of Lima Catholic 
Church. The ceremony was per- 
formed by Father Childs. 

'i/>. ' Stewart --- Clajton '] f i 
William S. Clayton of 18 Brink- j 
erhoff avenue, head of the Clayton | 
Transportation Company, and Missj 
Thelma Stewart, daughter of Mr.i 
and Mrs. John W. Stewart of Mana- | 
squan. were united in marriage on ■ 
Saturday, September 3, at Elkton.l 
Maryland. They were attended by! 
Miss Edna Smith of South River, 
and Joseph Auer of Milltown. | 



Obituary ]^ot:ices. 



Harold E. Coe 

Harold E. Coo, whose summer, 
lome is at the corner of West 
Main Street and ilanalapan Ave- 
nue here died on Friday at Tem- 
ple Urdv'ersity Hospital in Phila- 
delphia. He was the husband of 
Kathryn Holmes Perrlne Coe, who 
I'ives him. Funeral services 
were held on Saturday afternoon 
he Fcrncliff Mausoleum at Ard- 
I sley, N. Y., conducted by his ne- 
Iphew, Rev. Herbert W. Lamb, Jr., 
' rector of the Protestant Episcopal 
church of Sherburne, N. Y. nl- 
terment was made at Ferncliff, in 
charge of Funeral Director W. H.| 
Freeman of Freehold. | 

Besides his wife, Mr. Coe Is sur-1 
vivcd by one stepson. Dr. Holmes | 
Perrine of Norristovn, Pa.: two 
nieces and two nephews, He was 
an insurance brolier with offices 
at 90 John Street. New Yorlt City. 
During the winter months, he and 
Mrs, Coe lived at 41 Central Park 
West. They had moved to their 
summer home here about a month 
! ago. He was born in Denver, Colo, 
the son of Earl Coe. who was pub- 
lisher of the Denver Times. Af-, 
ter being educated there, he came' 
! to New York City, where he en- 
I tered the insurance business. He 
was past master of Montauk lodge 
I of Masons, pa^t president of the 
Downtown Athletic Club and Ro- 
tary Club both of New York. City. 

Charles F. Clarkson 

Charles F. Clarkson, aged 



year 






ved 



for 



For 



1 Charles 
I the Freehold-Colts Ne 
1 killed in an automobi 
I Elizabeth, last Friday 
I body was removed to 
1 Freeman funeral ho: 
prepared for burial. 



proper 



Tuesday morning, wi 
mass being celebrated 
Heart Church, 
Inte 



Wa 



charge of 



in Phila-i 



I Memorial Park, tl 
Director Freeman. 

Mr. Clarkson is survived by his 

1 parents, living in Washington: and 
his wife, Mrs. Henrietta Clarkson, 

land five children, living in Phila 

j delphia. 

Mrs. Jlyra Schaiick Craw-ford 
Mrs. Myra Schanck Crawford, 
aged 63 years, wife of Wesley 
Crawford, who lived in Freehold 
until a few years ago, died at her 
home at Mil'lburn, last Saturday 
morning after a prolonged illness. 
Funeral services were held on Mon- 
day afternoon at Old Brick church 
cemeteiy, conducted by Rev. W. L. 
Sahler, pastor of the Freehold Re- 
formed church. Interment was 
made there. 



Bowne and Mrs. Austin Bailey, and 

one son, Warren Crawford, all of 

Millburn: one brother, 

Schanck of South Street, Freehold, 

and five grandc 
Her husband. Wesley Crawford, 

■was local agent for the Prudential 

Insurance Company for a number 
, of years, and the family resided on 
j South street hero. After his retire- 
I mcnt because of ill health, they 
I moved to North .Tersey. ' 



T^y^/ 



Charles Cassler, Sr. 

Charles Cassler, Sr., aged 
years, a resident of Allain 



died 
on Wednesday morning at Mon- 
mouth Memorial hospital at Long 
Branch. His body was removed to 
; at Allaire, from where 
funeral services will be held 
Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, a 

10 o'clock at St. Catherin 
Catholic church at Farmingdale. 
Requiem mass will be celebrated 
by the pastor. Rev. Thomas Heal- 
ey, pastor. Interment will be made 

the Fr 
by Fun 
man. 

vived by four sons, 
Charles Jr., Elias, John, and Jacob 
all of Allaire. a^j ^3^ \ 

Johji Conway I 

John Conway, aged 70 years, fa-! 
ther of Albert Conway of Marcyj 
Street here, died on Saturday at; 
the Philadelphia General Hospital. 
His body was removed to the 'Van- 
Sant Colonial Home on South 
Street, here, from where funeral! 
services were held on Wednesday' 
morning at 8:30 o'clock, followed 
at 9 o'clock by the celebration of 
requiem mass at St, Rose of Lima 
church, by Rev. James Child, as- 
sistant pastor. I 
Besides the son mentioned, he isj 
survived by another son, Lewis H. 
Conway_ of Bremerton, Washing-I 



ton. 



Cor 






State Road, Philadelphia, and was' 
employed in that city as a carpeti 
designer. He was a member of the! 
Moose Lodge of Philadelphia, and' 
of the Canadian World War Vete-! 
rans. He was born in Scotland, I 

k'^.l'lj^, 

Amory Claj'ton 
Amory Claj-ton, 19 year old 'son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Clayton of 
Squankum road, Lakewood, died 
early Monday morning at the Paul 
Kimball Hospital, Lakewood, from 
injuries su.'^tained on Sunday, when 
kicked by one of the horses in the 
stable operated by his father. 

Funeral services will be held this 
(Thursday) afternoon at 2.30 o'clock 
the home of his parents, with 
Rev. Marshall Sewell of Lakewood 
Baptist church, officiating. Inter- 
nent was made in Woodlawn ceme- 
tery, I..-Utewood, in charge of Fu- 
neral Director C. H. T. Clayton & 
on of Adalphia. 

Besides his parents, he is surviv- 
ed by one brother, Arden, at home; 
and his paternal grandparents, Mr. 
and Mrs, John H. Clayton of Pleas- 
Plains. ■^. , ^ ,^,,^/ 



Mrs. Grace Hoxford Conove 

Mrs. Grace Huxford Conover died 
uddenly last Wednesday 
lome. on the former Charles V. D. 
Forman farm, on the Freehold- 
Colts Neck Road. Funeral services 
re held there on Friday 
, conducted by Rev. W. L. Sah- 
pastor of the Freehold Beforn 
ed church. Interment was made i 
Maplewood cemetery in charge ( 
Funeral Director W. H. Freeman 
rs. Conover was a native ( 
Fort Wayne, Indiana. She was tl 
vidow of Frank Conover, and livt 
lere for the past nine years. Her 
late husband was a brother 
George B. Conover of West ,Majn 
street. 



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J 



I Obituary Jv^otices. 



Mrs. Margaret Coyne 

I Mrs. Margaret Coyne, aged 66 
years, wife of Patrick Coyne of 135 j 
South street, died on Sunday eve-| 
ning at St. Francis hospital at 
Trenton. Funeral services were 
I held on Wednesday morning at 9 
I o'clock at St. Rose of IJma Catho-I 
lie church, were requiem mass was 
celebrated by the pastor. Rev. John. 
A. Kucker. Interment was made 
in the Freehold Catholic cemetery, 
by Funeral Director W. H. Free- 
Besides her husband, Mrs. Coyne 
is survived by two sons. Jerome and 
Henry Coyne, both of Freehold. 



vho 



i-ed 






North Farmingdale road, died at 
on Tuesday. Fu- 
ll! be held at the 
C. H. T. Clavton & Son Funeral! 
Home at Adelphia, on Friday morn- 
ing at 10;30 o'clock, and interment 
will follow at Fairview cemetery. 
Red Bank, by Director Clayton. He 
is survived by his wife. Mrs. Lou- 
ise Lehmann Colborne; and two 
sisters, Miss Margaret Colborne of 
Buffalo, N. T., and Miss Sara Col- 
borne of Toronto, Canada. 

Mrs. Elizabeth A. Costlo 1 

I Mrs. Elizabeth A. Costlo, aged 71 
I years, died early Thui.-jdav morning 
I at her home at Morganville. Fu- ! 
I neral services were held on Satur- 
( day morning at St. Joseph's Catho- 
i lie Church at Keyport. Interment 
1 was made in the adjacent cemetery | 
in charge of Funeral Director W. 
I H. Freeman. j 

I She is survived by four daughters, 
j Marie, Elizabeth and Irene, and i 
I Mrs. William Welstead, all of Mor- i 
ganvilie: and one brother. Martin' 
Morrissey of Freehold: and one sis-' 
ter, Mrs. Jane Leonard, of Morgan-' 
ville. ,' /■ ■; .' / 7 J^' I 



Thomas B. Cole 

Thomas B. Cole, aged i 



year. 



veteran Allentown barber, died 
Friday, July 29th at his home afte 
a lengthy illness. Survivors include 
three nieces. Miss Emma Qreen of 
New York City, Mrs. Alice Jacob: 
of East Orange, and Miss Hattii 
, Martin of Allentown. P\iDeral ser- 
vices were held on Monday, Aug. 



M. E. church. 



ducted by his pastor 
Shaffer. Interment 
church cemetery. 



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Dennis E. Carney 

Dennis E. Carney, aged 59 years, 
, died on Thursday at the home of 
his brother, John Carney at Brade- 
velt. Funeral services were held 
' on Saturday morning at St. Gabri- 
el's Catholic Church, with the pas- 
tor. Rev. Louis F. Cogan celebrat- 
ing requiem mass. Interment was 
made in St. Joseph's Cemetery at 
Keyport, in charge of Funeral Di- 
rector W. H. Freeman. 

Besides the brother mentioned, he 
is survived by one son. Paul, at 
home: two sisters. Miss Anna Car- 

garet Conway of Long Branch; and 
two other brothers, Thomas of Lin- 
croft, and Morris of Red 






,fi : ;• Mrs. Ann Cojiie 
Mrs. Ann Coyne, aged 85 
died on Friday evening at her 
at 721 Eighth Avenue. Hi 
Funeral services were held on 
day morning, at 8 o'clock fro 
late home, and at 8:30 at St. 1 
Catholic Church at Belmar. 
requiem mass was celebrated. 



ent 



the 



Catholic 


Ceme 


tery 


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Funeral 


Direc 


tor W. H. 1 


She w 


as the 


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of Joh 


who survives 


her. 


They 



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and 



erly 



I Union Avenue and Parker Street' 
I here for a number of years. She 
j was born in Ireland, and came to 
! America when a young woman. j 
Besides her husband, she is sur- 
vived by two sons and five daugh- 
ters: Frank Coyne of New York 
I City, James Coyne of Englewood,' 
I Mrs. Grover Morgan of Baltimore, 
I Mrs. Charles McConnell of Belmar, 
!Mrs. Arnold Hulehsart and Mrs. 
iNate Beyer, both of Neptune, and 
Mrs. Sarah Theall of New York 
.City. 

Another son, John Henry Coyne 
of Union Avenue, Freehold, died 
I last April frcm injuries he sustain- 
ed when struck by a car on the 
iJerseyviUe Road. He had alighted 
I from his car and started across to 
Ian automobile sales agency, when 
I he was struck by another car. 

/•^'^yi^Mrs. Cordelia T. Cooper '*J 
! Mrs. Cordelia T. Cooper, aged 66 
'years, died suddenly at her home 
I at Adelphia. on Monday morning, 
following a heart -attack. Funeral 
I services will '^■t held from her late 
home this (Thursday) afternoon at 
'2 o'clock, with the Rev. William B. 
Magsam, pastor of the Adelphia 
M. v.. Church, officiating. Inter- 
ment will be made in Harmony 
iCemeteiy by Funeral Director C. 
C. T. Clayton & Son of Adelphia. 

She is survived by her husband, 
Frank Cooper, who is seriously 
tighte 



ter 



of Keyr 



Bertha MacDermant. at home; two 
sons, Charles and Theodore Cooper, 
of Freehold: one brother, John D. 
Thompson, of Clarksburg: one sis-' 
ter, Mrs. Mary Batzel of Smith- 
burg: and four half brothers. Dr. I 
Theodore F. and Charles Thomp- 1 
son, of Lakewood; Joseph A. 
Thompson. Point- Pleasant: and. 
Dr. Elbert Thompson, of Bradley \ 
Beach: and seven grandchildren. 
3 ;^<Mrs. Delia Cumniings % T 
Mrs. Delia Cummings, aged 6: 
years, wife of Michael Gumming: 
of the Freehold-Marlboro road, die; 
early Friday morning, at ilc-n 
mouth Memorial Hospital at Lonj 
Branch, where she was taken th« 
previous evening after suffering i 
stroke at her home. Funeral ser 
vices were held on Tuesday morn 
ing at the Freeman Funcial Home 
and at St. Rose of Lima Cathoiii 
church, where requiem mass waj 
celebrated by the pastor. Rev. Johi 
A. Kucker. Interment was madi 
in the Freehold Catholic cemeterj 
in charge ci Funeral Director W 
H. Freeman. 

Besides her hu-sband, she Is sur- 
vived by the following sons and 
daughters— Mrs. Lillian Higgins. ol 
Marlboro; Mrs. Raymond Kennedy, 
of Freneau; Miss Margaret Cum- 
mings ,of Freehold; John, Keyport; 
Harold, Freehold; Charles and 
George, at home; and one brcthei 
, Charles McCue, of Lakewood. 



WsdilinR Notices 



'Id:, 



Heck avenue, Asbury Park, was! 
united in marriage to John Cook i 
of Freehold, at the Holy Spirit 
Roman Catholic church, in Asbury 
Park, on Wednesday, September 7. 
Nuptial mass was celebrated byj 
Father George Dalton. ^-y C-^JVl 

;)|.j:js-c%v Crinc"""" I 

tractive late Summer 
edding. Miss Kathryn Ruth New,! 
:ughter of Mr. and Mrs. John New j 
' Celts Neck, was united in mar- , 
age to Charles Crine, son of Mr. 
tid Mrs. Michael Crine of Vander- 
burg, on Monday morning at 10 ' 
'o'clock, in St. Mary's Catholic. 
Church, in Colts Neck. The cere-; 
mcny was performed and the nup- 
tial mass was celebrated by the j 
Rev. M. A. Crine, of Laurel Springs. ' 
N. J., a brother of the bridegroom.- ^ 

Kibble Cross | 

I Miss Elizabeth Stokes Ribble, ' 
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Roy Duf- 
Iford Ribble of Mountain Lakes, and 
(granddaughter of Mrs. John Stokes 
I formerly of Freehold, was married 
;on Tuesday, August 11, at the home 
'of her parents, to Lieutenant John 
JLeland Cross, Jr., U. S. A., son of 
I Mr. and Mrs. Cross of Mount Ver- 
;non, N. Y. The cereniony was per- 
I formed by the Rev. Loral W. Pan- 
•cake, pastor of the Mountain Lakes 
Community Church, in the presence 
iQ' relatives and a few friends. 

The bride attended the Grier ' 
School. Birmingham. Pa., and Wil- 
liam and Mai-y College. Lieutenant 
, Cross, whose father is president of 
the Mount Vernon Trust Company,' 
is an alumnus of Blair Academy 
0nd Wesleyan University. He was 
recently graduated from an Army 
cavalry school, ^''//y^^y/ ^; j 

5 YEARS AGO | 

; Wed: Miss Rosamond Quirk and 
Roy Collins. ,-^ ^ i */ // , 

! ^__ ir/^7^M^__ 

Announce Marriage ' 

the m.arriage of Mirs Clarissa 
Smith and John Collins, at a part,v 
given on Tuesday night at the 
State Hospital. The ceremony was 
perf--rmed on June 4. 1939. in the 
rectory of St. Gabriel's cliurch at 
Eradevelt. , 

jMiss Sylvia Lawrence Weds 
Dr. G. A. Collins 

Miss Sylvia Lawrence, daughter 
of Mrs. Rulif V. Lawrence and the 
late Circuit Court Judge Lawrence, 
was united in marriage to Dr. 
George Allen Collins, son of Mrs. 
Patrick Collins and^ the late Mr. 
Collins, at 8:30 on Saturday morn- 



ing. 

The ceremony was performed by 
the Rev. John A_ Kucker. in the 
rectory cf St. Rose of Lima Catho- 
lic church, in the prestncu of the 
attrndants. Mrs. RcRoy Collins and 
Gi!d.-iy Frccm.m. cousins of the 

J::,-!.^'r^.„..^Sli2£„ .... 



Czapkowskl Cleslelskl i 

Miss Helen Czapkowski, daughter' 
of Mr. and Mrs. M. Czapkowski of 
South River, and B. Peter Ciesiel- 
ski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hipolit 
Ciesielski of Tennent, formerly of 
South River, were united in mar- 
riage on Sunday. June 11th. at St. 
Mary's church, South River. The 
bride wore a gown of white net 
with veil of the same and carried 
an old-fashioned bouquet of gar- 
Idenias and lilies of the valley. Miss 
I Claire Robinson, as maid of honor, 
[wore ?. gown of pink net and car- 
I ried an old-fashioned bouquet of 
'mixed flowers. The bridesmaid, 
iMiss Regina Ciesielski of Newark, 

'old fashioned bouquet of flowers. 
iThe best man was Maurice Ciesiel- 
jski of Tennent, a brother, and F. 
'Czapkowski of South River;, brother 



I of the 



Mi; 



Miller 

Berta 



Clayton ''.'/^;. /' 

Miller, daughter of' 



Mr. and Mrs. Adam Miller of Lake 
wood, was united in mariiage to 
Mervin Clayton, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. John Clayton of Southard, on 
Monday evening at the parsonage 
of Evangelical Lutheran chorch by 
the pastor. Rev. P. M. Rowalrtt. 

Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Austin of 
Southard, were the attendants. 

Hoi mcs — Conway 1 

Miss Elaine Holmes, daughter oi\ 
Mrs. Sarah E. Holmes of Keyport, ' 
was united in marriage to Leonard 
Conway, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- 
liam F. Conway of Freehold, on 
Monday at 9 a. m. at St. Joseph's i 
Reman Catholic church at Key- 
port, with the Rev. Donald E. Hick- 
ey officiating at the nuptial^ high 

Wed 



Mr. And Mrs. CoUir 
Forty Years 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coilins of 
10 Ford Avenue, celebrated their 
40th wedding anniversary with a 
dinner and party at their home on 
Tuesday evening, at which time 
30 relatives and friends were pres- 
ent. 

The house was decorated for the 
occasion. A mock wedding was 
presented, with the bride being Al- 
bert Lloyd, who wore Mrs. Collins' 
wedding gown. Other members of 
the wedding party were Eddie Iver- 
son as the bridegroom: Agnes 
; Crisp, the bridesmaid: Mrs. Laura 
I Handley and Diana Longstreet, 
1 flower gir-s: Charles Collins. Jr. 
I best man, and William A. Lloyd. 

I The remainder of the evening, all' 
I enjoyed singing and dancing, and 
the guests wished the couple hap- 
, py returns of the day. They receiv- 
I ed many beautiful gifts. 
I Mrs. Collins was born at Clarks- 
] burg. She was the former Hannah 
: Buckalew. daughter of George and . 
Mary Buckalew of Clarksburg. Mr. 
Collins was born in Matawan Town- 
I ship, son of Anthony and Mary C. ' 
I Collins. ! 

I They rented an apartment on 
Clinton Street, where they were 
1 married bv the Rev. Kerwin Fisher, 
cf the Methodist Church. Mr. Col- 
lins built their present homo on 
Ford Avenue in 1916. 

Mr. Collins has been employed as 
a sweeper at the A. M. Karaghcus- 
ian rug mill for the past five years, 
carpe ' ' '' ' 
he bee 



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Grover Cleveland's birthplace on the north side 
of Bloomfield Avenue, in the Borough of Caldwell, 
is controlled by a commission known as the Grover 
Cleveland Birthplace Association, a corporate body 
created by a special act of the New Jersey Legis- 
lature in 1933. Its 20 trustees are appointed by the 
Governor and serve without comper';ation. The 
house, in which the twenty-second President of the 
United States was burn, is open daily to the public 
from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. during the week, and from 

Wedding Notes 

' Fedullo - - - Cantalia 

Miss Marie Fedullo, daughter of | 
Mr, and Mrs. Samuel Fedullo of j 
2? Ford avenue, was united in | 



Sunday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, in 
St. Rose of Lima Catholic church.! 
The Rsv. John A. Kucker, pastor, I 



Grover Cleveland Home, Caldwell 

1 to 5 P.M. on Sunday 
of articles connected w 
his cradle ar 



PC. 



any. 



I Rogers Crippen ] 

I Miss Winifred An.-e Rogers, daugh-j 
|ter c.f Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Rog- 
;ers of Neptune, formerly of Free-| 
|l:old, -was united in marriage to 
'Thomas R. Crippen of Baltimore, 
son of Mrs. T. .Raymond Crippenj 
f.nd the late Mr. Crippen of Chcr-j 
ckec, la., Sunday afternoon in thei 
rectory of the Church of the Holy 
Spirit, Asbury Park./2 '/^-t i-t, | 

Lacey-.-Curley 

Miss Rose Natalie Lacey of the 
Gordon's Corner section was ui 
in marriage to L,eo Perkins Curley 
cf Wakefield, Mass., Monday eve- 
ning in St. Peter's rectory, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Mrs. Curley is a member of the 
Eecretarial staff of Rep. Willian 
Sutphin, Matawan. 



I's. In the house are a number 
rith Cleveland's life including 
ber of his letters. The house 
was built in the year 1S32 and at the time of Cleve- 
land's birth, in 'l837, was occupied by his father, 
the Rev. Richard Cleveland, the minister of the 
Presbyterian Church in Caldwell. It remained the 
parsonage of the church until March 18, 1913, when 
it was p'urchased by the Grover Cleveland Birth- 
lA "lace Memorial .Association. 

I Kridel - - . Carton i 

I At Our Lady of Sorrows Church ' 
I in South Orange on. .Wednesday in| 
I a splendid Autumnal setting of! 
I yellow and bronze chi-ysanthemums ' 
[Frances Marlon Kridel, daughter! 
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Kridel of 
South Orange, was married to I 
Richard Carton, son of Lawrence ! 
A. Carton, Sr., and the late Mrs I 
Carton of Red Bank. The cere- 
mony was performed bv the bride's 
god-father, Monsignor 'Thomas A. 
Roche, who is rector of Holy Spirit 
Church at Asbury Park. Monsignor 
John B. McCloskey, LL.D.. rector of 
Saint James' Church at Red Eanlc, 
said the nuptial Mass, while Rev. 
William F, Grady, local rector, and 
Rev. Michael Callahan, rector of 
I Saint Agnes' Church in Atlantic 
I Highlands, assisted in the sanctu- 
|ary. '"-//i/Y 

j Burke - - - CuUen 

j Miss Iva Burke of Freehold, 
[daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 
Burke of Lecsville, was united in 
I marriage to Vincent Cullen of Ran- 
jdolph Street, son of Mrs. Margaret 
I Cullen of Freehold, on Saturday af- 
Iternoon at 2- o'clock in St. Rose of 
Lima Catholic church. The cere- 
mony was performed by the Rev. 
I John A. Kucker, pastor. JyJ j/i^ 

j Pulaski Curley 

I Announcement is made of the 
I marriage of Mrs. Carrie Pulaski 
land Charles LeRcy Curley of Free- 
; hold. The ceremony was performed 
ly 3rd, at Manass'as, Va., by Rev. 
Mr. and Mrs. 
of Marlboro, 



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Tides Of Battle Sv/irled 



Arou:id 


this an 


dwelling when B 


and the 


Colonists 


toric e 


counte- 


of the 


County-sea 


June 2S 


1778. 


Jchn 


Craig, pa 


Americ 


m Armv. c 


and wh 


=n, early in 


Clinton 


beat bac'. 


forces 


ander Gen 


the Crc 


ig family 


family 


silver into 


for hidi 


nsf. The WG 


under 


the trees 



right. The old ho 



ccupied 



ent Monmouth g:aph. When the British rolled up. away, 

tish Red Coats they drained the well, having heard kitche 

let in their his- the silver was hidden there, and is now 

the fields west took it. A quarter of a mile further ed co: 

at Freehold on on, Genei-al Washington rallied the Negro 

I Americans and they hurled the For the first time in a centui 

master in the: British back. Tradition says the it will soon face a main read, t 

vrned this house Redcoats lost two cannon in the Gordon's Corner-Englishtown ro 

' fray, General swamp just below the house. cut-off, running IGO yards from 

is built in the A century ajo. the "house was 

and is little the main road from Freehold 

inged. It has a huge fireplace. Tennent. ,, ,^ 

vn ceiling beams, a paneled hall V "^7/ J 7 



The 
!ral Charles Lee, early 18th 



above photo 



Chur 



Df Old 



short 



Wedding Notes 



-.-^/Ari. 



Warneker - - - Collins 

Miss Mary Ellen Warneker, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard 
M. Warneker of near Everett, was 
t-nited in marriage to Martin Ken- 
neth Collins, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Martin Collins of Marlboro, on Wed- 
nesday morning. July 1st, in St. 
Catherine's Catholic church, Ever- 
ett. The ceremony -was performed 
by the pastor, the Rev. John Horan. 
before the altar which was banked 
with palms and white roses. 

'Hul5e---Can 

The fiom.e of Mr. and Mrs. J. 
Laird Hulse in Engiishlown, was 
the scene of a pretty wedding on 
Wednesday evening, June 28, when 

thoir daughter, Ethel PEuI-ne, be- 
came the bride of Wilham Kenneth 
Carr, son of Mr. and Mrs. William 
'J. Carr of near Englishtown. 

Ferdon Curley 

Miss Ruth Ferdon, daughter of I 
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Foidon of, 
Jersey City, was united in marriage 
to James Curley cf Jersey City.] 
formerly of Freehold, son of Mr.' 
and Mrs. James Curley of -Sweet-! 



.Second 



.-.iturday at 5 p. m, 
-•nited Presb>terian 
>■ City, by the Rev 



Wedding Notices 

Jlurphy - - - Cashion ' 

Miss Elizabeth ilurphy was unit- 
ed in marriage to David E. Cash- 
ion, last Sunday afternoon at four 
o'clock in St. Rose of Lima Catho- 
lic church by the Rev. John A. 
Kucker, pastor. Miss Murphy is the 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George 
Murphy c.f Parker Street, and Mr. 
Cashion is the son of Mr. and Mrs. 
D. D. Cashion of 37 McLean Street. 



HUl- --Crawford 

Miss Ida May Hill, daughter of 
Mrs. Janet Hill of Center Street, 
was united in marriage to William 
Crawford of 34 Mechanic Street, 
Sunday afternoon at the First Pres- 
byterian church. The ceremcny was 
(Performed by the Rev. Dr. George 

I Horn, .^-X -/-'■- 

Behler - - - Coley ! 

Sophie Behler of Jackson Heights, I 






Cole 



Edward Coley of Fr 


-ehold, we 


united in marriage 


on Saturd 


evening by Recorder 


William 



I The witnesses were Miss Dorothy 
■Marriner of Freehold, and Gar 
[vanNess of Red Bank. 
I The couple will make their ht 
at 2C Throckmorton Stiect, here 



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-J 



General Clinton And His Red Coats 



—were unaware that the Colonists i the night and one of their reason- 
had decided to engage them in bat- ' for not burning this mansion was 
tie as they rested in the William j the desire to keep their departurf 
Covenhoven house, just outside of .secret. 

Freehold, the night of June 27. 1778. j The main part of this farmhouse 
Enroute from Philadelphia to safe- now occupied by W. Rhea Moreau 
ty in New York, the British burned 'was built by the Covenhoven fam- 
and pillaged property of the Col- ily about 1775. When the east wlnj 
onists, but spared the Covenhoven w-as built, nobody kr 



hou 



Mr 



gav( 



upied . 



far 



, The 



then 






; which, incidentally, they carried ^ the wi 
jaway when they left. After the j Indiani 
I Battle of Monmouth. June 28. a hot I This 
Sunday, the British stole away in ■ mural 
Mrs. Collins Celebrates 80th~ 
Birthday 

Mrs. Bridget Cclhr..- of 23 Con- 
over Street, observed her SOth 
birthday anniversary, last Friday. 
Mrs. Collins has a slight cold at 
present, but she generally enjoys 
good health and is very active for 
her age. She has a remarkable: 
memory and can relate many inci-! 
dents of her youth and childhood. I 

Since the death of her husband, I 
Michael, about 15 years ago. Mrs.' 
Collins has maintained her home, 
assisted by her daughters, the 
Misses Julia, Mary, and Margaret 
Collins, and son-in-law, OfRcer Jo- 
seph Clancy. A son, Romey Col- 
lins, lives at 14 Conover Street. 
She has six grandchildren. 

Mrs. Collins was born at Rumson, 
the daughter of Mary Cooney and 
Patrick McCue. She was married! 
to Michael Collins about 53 years! 
ago at St. Rose of Lima Church,! 
by Father Frederick Kivelitz. The! 
couple moved to iheir present ad-l 
dress about 19 years ago. Before I 
that, they resided on Monmouth! 
Avenue. )^ 



WEDDINGS 



Johason Capellupo 

Miss Dorothy G. Johnson, daugh- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank John- 
s--n, of the Marlboro road, was 
unltod in marriaje to Philip R. 
Capellupo of the Bronx. N. Y.. on 
Frirtiy at the Church of the Trans- 
flguntion in New York. )h,'iJ-_^ 



village during 
Df danger from 



place, believed painted by a Briti 
officer and left unfinished becai 
I of the Battle of Monmouth. T 
I mural is of a haval engageme 

i Dutch or French ownership, and 
I done only in three colors. T 
; ships are finished, but three oth( 
jare not. Tradition says the mu! 

was started a few days before t 
.battle, possibly by an advar 

guard. 



Monmouth County 
Press Association. 



Oi:i:u^ry Jvotices 







.>irs. Pauline Cagne 






=-i:r 


eral ser\ 


ices for Mrs. 


Pauline 


Ca 


^ne 


y. aged 


56 years, w 


ere held 


cr 


M 


=nday rr 


orning at 8 


o'clock 


fi 


ni 


her late 


home at 90 


Parker 


Etl 


eet 


and at 


9 o'clock in 


St. Rose 


Of 


Lir 


na Cath 


Dlic Church, with the 



the Freehold Catholic cemetery. i 

Mrs. Cagney died, on Friday 

n.orning at her home after a long 

\ She had had two operations, one' 
at the Elizabeth General Hospital, 
in October, 1939. and the other at 
the Memorial Hospital, New York 
City jin October, 1S41. 

Mrs. Cagney, who was born in 
Washington. D. C, en March 6, 1S86. 
had lived here for 26 years, having 

j n;oved here with her family from 
Kingston, N. Y. She was employed 

ifor many years at the Sigmund Eis-' 
ner Company factorj- on Elm street.' 



She 



of the, 



, Companions of the Forest of Free- 1 
I hold, which organization held ser- 
v'ces on Sunday evening. j 

j She is survived by two sons, 
i Arthur, who resided with her and 
'Lt. Walter Cagney. who is stationed 
I with the U. S. Army in Florida.] 

jliam. who di»d at the age of five' 
years. ^^ ._? ^' j, . | 



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Boyer Me.-norial 



The Charles S. Boyer Memorial Hall, home 
of the Camden County Historical Society, is 

K ^'t."-'^ ^'''"""^ ^"<^ P"=^ Boulevard, 
Camden. The Tapestry brick structure is ct 
Georgian Colonial design with a double chim 
ney at each end. It was built in 1726 by Joseph 



Obituary piotices. 



James Conway 
James Conway, a^ed 59 years, 
former local truckman, died on 
Monday morning at Fitkin hospital 
at Neptune. Funeral services were 
held this (Thursday) morning at 
his late home at Colts Neck, at 8 
o'clock, and at 9 oclock at St. Rose 
of Lima Catholic church here, with 
] requiem ma^s being celebrated by 
the pastor, Rev. John A. Kucker 
Interment was- made In the Free- 
hold Catholic ceinotery in charge 



Fun 



Dir 



W. H. Fre 



Mr. Conway is survived by his 
wife, nee Emma Llewcll>-n; four 
daughters and two sons, Mrs. Agnes 
>5artin, Mrs. George Baker, Miss 
Jane Conwav, and James Conway, 
Jr., all of Colts Neck; Mrs. Ruth 
Reilly of Englishtown, and John 
Conway of New Brunswick: four 
sisters, Mrs. Ella Welsh and Mrs. 
William Martin of Freehc.'.d. Mrs. 
William Cashion and Miss Anna 
Conway, of Colls Neck: and one 
brother, Michael Conway, of Free- 
hold. Another brother, William F. 
Conway. Sr., died on Sept. 18, last. 

Mr. Conway formerly operated a 
trucking business in Freehold. Re- 
cCently he has been employed as 
.watchman at the A. & M. Kara- 
ighousian ^Btore house on Manala- 
Ipan Avenue. 



12.-^-^7 



Hall, Camden 

Cooper, Jr. In the library 



the 



econd floor 
, South Jersey, maps 

and manuscripts. The museum contains a fine 
collection oi Indian relics and Civil War me- 
mentoes and is open Monday, Wednesday and 
Fridays from 1 until 4 p. m. 



' Jcrsej/ Cou 



itc Uouie, Trenton 



Miss Lucy B. Ciricolo 

Funeral services for Miss Lucy E. 
Ciricolo. age 30 years, were held on 
Monday, from her home at 20 East 
Ingham avenue, Trenton, with re- 
quiem mass at 9 o'clock at St. I 
James Church. Interment wa.s 
made in St. Mary's Cemetery. She] 
died on Friday, at Mercer hospital. 



Trent 



long iUn 



Miss Ciricolo formerly taught in 
the commercial department at the 
Freehold High school and was a 
teacher at Central High school, 
Trentcn. 

She was graduated from the State 
Ttachers College at Ilillwood I^akes 
ir 1933. She was attending New 
Yoik University for a Master of 
Arts degree when she was taken ill. 
Miss Ciricolo was a member of 
Delta Pi Epsilon. honorary graduate 
fraternity in business education: 
'Beta Sigma Phi, Thcta Phi sorority 
U.nd Kappa Delta Pi, honor group. 
Survivors include her parents, Mr. 
land Mrs. John Ciricolo, Trenton;' 
I three brothers. Matthew L. and I 
JThcmas J. Ciricolo of the faculty, 
I of Manasqua n J ^igh school and John 
jPau, Ciricolo, Jr. ^_^.^^ , 



rO 



r 



il 



~ ' ■ "' James Fenimore Coof?r House, Burlington ^'^-^^ 

James Fenimore Cooper, the aufhor of "Leather ton County. Characters for some oflilTbooks ' 

Stocking Talcs" and other famous classics was born drawn from Burlington County residents. It is now 

in this house on High Street in Burlington, New the home of the Burlington County Historical 

Jersey. Though he moved to New York State in Society. It may be reached on New Jersey Route 

early childhood, Cooper later returned to Burling- No. 25. A'ra /irj-ry Cmru-ii. siair rimac, TreiUm 



Obituary J\lotices. 



Mrs. Jane Clancy 

Mrs. Jane Clancy died on Wed- 
nesday morning at her home at 30 
Conover street. She -was 81 years 
old and was the daughter of the 
late Edward Duffy and Catherine 
Hanlon rmffy. 

Mrs. Clancy is survived by two 
sons, Edwin E., of Devon, Conn., 
and Charles C, at home; also one 
brother James Duffy, -who. resided 
with her. 

Funeral services will be held on 
Friday morning at 8 o'clock at her 
late home and at 9 o'clock at St. 
JRose of Lima Catholic church. In- 
Iterment will be in the Freehold 
[Catholic Cemetery by \V .H. Free- 

I Mrs. Louisa Carter 

I Funeral services for Mrs. Louisa 
I Carter were held on Monday after- 
ir.oon at 2 o'clock at the Freeman 
I Funeral Home, with the Rev. Wil- 
liam H. Darbie of New Brunswick, 
cfficiating. Interment was in 
lewood cemetery. 
rs. Carter was 81 years old and 
the v.fidow of John Carter. She 
died last Friday at the home of he 
daughter, Mrs. William Howell, 1 
Vrcdcnburgh Avenue. Another 
daughter, Mrs. William Walton of 
Keading. Penna., three sisters, 

ig in England, four g.-andchil- 
1 and two great grandchildrer 



John S. Compton 
John S. Compton. aged 80, a native 
of Freehold, died at his home in 
Brooklyn on Saturday, Jan. 21st. 
of a heart attack. Funeral services 
were held Monday evening at the 
Smith Funeral Home in Brooklyn. 
Interment was made in the Adel- 
phia Cemetery on Tuesday morn- 
ing. 

He is survived by two daughters, 
Mrs. William Keymer of Conover 
Street, Freehold, and Mrs. William 
Hawrath of South Orange, and two 
sons, Joseph Compton of Flushing, 
L. I., and James Compton of Wood 
Haven, L. I. 

Mr. Compton was born in Free- 
hold, the son of Rachel VanCleaf 
and Joseph Compton. 

He is well known here, having 
driven a delivery wagon fcr the 
W. H. Butcher bakery, later taking 
a position with the late William H. 
Jackson, former resident on Broad 
Street. When the Jackson family 
moved to New York, he also moved 
there. 

His wife, who died 18 years ago, 
was Ella Conine, daughter of Sarah 
Ann Voorhees and Henry I. Conine, 
natives cf Adelphia. ,, '.J 

■Walter Cubbcrly 

Walter R. Cubberly, aged 70 years, 
a retired carpenter, died at his 
home in Long Branch, last Friday. ; 
He is survived by his wife. Phoche 
Earham Cubberly, three step-daugh- 
ters and four grandchildren. He 
was a veteran cf the Spanish-Amer- 



Wf 



ving 



Co. 



N. J. Vols. His funeral 
Monday. Interment was 
tic View Cemetery. ', r - 



■::::j-i:(VJ^ 



Miss Cawley Dies 
After Crash 



3 Of 7 In 


ured Are 


Local 




R 


esidents 




A 


Freehold 


woman died 


of injur- 




and three 


other local 


residents 




e injured, 


one of them 


seriously 




he result 


of a head-on 


automo- 


bile 


ccllision 


It South Amboy Mon- 



ngements will be made 



n a ciitical con- 
hospital, having 
aiics to her face 
ists broken and 



day evening. Another passenger, 
soldier and three occupants of the | 
other car v/ere also hurt. 

Miss Theresa Cawley. 40>-.; Lin- 1 
coin Place, here, died Tuesday morn- . 
ing at the South Amboy General! 
hospital from injuries v.-ithcut gain-] 
I ing consciousness. Her body was . 
removed to the %V. H. Freeman I 
I Funeral home here, from where ! 
] funeral a 
i Her sister M 
141 Lincoln Plac 
diticn in the s 
I sustained sever 
!snd head, botl 
' a broken leg. ! 

J Another sister, Mis. Edwaid J. 
iMulholland, 171'-. South street, suf- 
fered head injuries and a gash 
: across her forehead which required 
1 about 16 stitches to close. 
■ The latter's sen, Robert, the driv- 
' er of the car suffered a fracture of 
'the nose, chest and rib injuries. ; 
j Miss Cawley, the deceased, was 
;the daughter of the late John and 
Jvose Cawley. Besides the two sis- 
ters menticned she is survived by 
a brother, Albert, also of 40i-.- Lin- 
Icoln Place. .J-^~Jf.'J^ 

I Mrs. Mary E. Carey | 

; Mrs. Mary E. Carey, widow of : 
.Dennis Carey, died on Friday at 1 
!th2 home of her son-in-law anc i 
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stry- 
jker of Throckmorton street, after) 
a long illness. She was 66 years i 
|cld. Funeral services were held on ! 
|Monday morning at 8 o'clock at | 
I her late home and at 9 o'clock in | 
St. Rose of Lima Catholic church 
Iwith Rev. Stephen Buividas ofTiciat- 
ing. Interment was in the Free- 
hold Catholic cemetery by W. H, 



Freeman. 

Besides the daughter mentioned, 
Mrs. Carey is sui-vived by another 
c'aU3hter, Mrs. Bertram Pitcher, al- 
so of Freehold, and two sons. DcTi- 
nis of Long Branch a-nd Frederick 
of Manascjuan. 1/////^ 

Mrs. Catherine Dugan Cavanaugh 

Funeral services for Mrs. Cath- 
erine Dugan Cavanaugh were held 
Wednes(lay morning at her late 
home at Morganville, and in St. 
Joseph's Catholic church at Key- 
port. Interment was in St. Joseph's 
cemetery in Keyport by W. H. 
Freeman. 

Mrs. Cavanaugh died on Sunday 
at her home. She was 67 years old. 
She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. 
rl.irk Bcalin; one son, Edward Cav- 
anaugh, and three grandchildren, 
1.11 of Moi^-nnvillc; also one sistT, 
NT.- Api-.i Rol.u.son, L/ing t^ianch. 



Obituary plotices. 



^^^Ulam F; Conway, Sr. 

William F. Conway. Sr., aged 50 
years, died oh Monday afternoon 
at Monmouth Memorial hospital at 
Long Branch. He was taken to] 
the hospital on Saturday after-! 
noon, where he underwent an ope- 
i ration. He was proprietor of the; 
j Country Inn on the Freehold-Marl- 1 
boro road, and of a tavern on East j 
Main Street, next to the American 
Hotel. 

His body has been removed to 
his home, at the Country Inn. Fu- 
neral services will be held on Fri- 
day morning at 8:30 o'clock at the j 
at 9 o'clock at St. Rose l 
Catholic church, where 1 
11 be celebrated by | 



the pastor. Rev. Johi 
Interment will be made 
Freehold Catholic cem 
charge of Funeral Directc 

He is survived by his 
Lena Perrine: four sons 
Jr., Leonard, John and Jo 
daughter, Marion, all of 



Kucke 



*t:i 



four siste 



Willi! 



freehold: 
Cashion 
3f Colts 



_nd Miss Anna Conwa: 
Neck- Mrs. Ella Welsh and Mrs. 
William Martin, and two brothers. 
James and Michael Conwa\-, all ct 

Vreehold. 

sirs. AmeUa C. Crouse 

Mrs. Amelia C. Crouse, aged 82 
years, died on Wednesday morning 
at Lankenau hospital in Philadel- 
phia, She has lived for a number 
of years at 63 Manalapan Avenue, 
and was the widow of I-ouis Crouse. 
who formerly conducted a meat 
market on West Main Street. 

Funeral services will be held at 
her late home on Saturday after- 
noon at 2:30 conducted by Rev. G. G. 
;tor of the First Presby-^ 
jrch. Interment will be 
made in Maplewood cemetery in 
rge of Funeral Director W. H. 
eman. She is survived by one 
daughter, Mrs. Jessie Havens, at 
home: and one grandson. Dr. Paul 
Havens of Philadelphia. 

"Victor Eugene Chabert 

Victor Eugene Chahcrt, aged 65 
years, a former resident of Asburj' 
Park, died on Monday at the home 
of his daughter, Mrs. Frank W. Tull 
at Kennctt Square, Pa. Funeral 
services were held on Wednesday 
afternoon at Glenwood cemetery, 
Long Branch, where interment was 
made in the family plot in charge 
of Funeral Director C. H. T. Clay- 
ton & Son of Adelphia. The ser- 
vice was in charge of Rev. Randall 
Conklin of Asbury Park. Besides 
the daughter mentioned, she is sur- 
vived by one sister in New York 
City. 

Ex-Senator Cranmer Dead 

Former State Senator George T. 
Cranmer, died on Monday at h:£ 
I home in Trenton after a lengthv 
I illness. He was 90 years old. 
I Mr. Cranmer served as clerk of 
the United States District Court 
for New Jersey from 1893 to 1938, 
Prior to that, he was senator foi 
three terms from Ocean Countv. 1 



formerly frequently 



ited 



r//yj'. 



2yi<' 




Cooper House, Camden 



The City of Camden, which at j settler, is the one pictured here.: he purchased direct from the In- 
one time was known as Cooper's I It is located in Pyne Poynte Park, dian Chief Tolacca. Camden, in 
Ferry, was settled by William Cocp-j at the head of Seventh Street., Camden County, is across the Dela.- 
er and Richard Arnold in 1681. Cooper, at one time, owned the fer-ware River from Philadelphia. 
The house built by Joseph Cooper,' ry to Philadelphia. He also owned 
son of William Cooper, the early considerable land, some of which; N. J. Council, Stnte House, Trenton. 



Obituary JMotices. 



Frederick C. Cusworth 

Funeral services for Frederick C. 
Cusworth, 80 years old, were held 
on Wednesday afternoon at 2 
o'clock from the home of his 
daughter, Mrs. Arthur Palmer, 130 
South street, with the Rev. Walter 
J. Lake, pastor of the Freehold 
Baptist Church, officiating. Inter- 
ment was in Maplewood cemetery, 
by W. H. Freeman. 

Mr. Cusworth died on Sunday 
night at the home of the daughter 
mentioned with whom he resided. 
A SCO, Alfred Cusworth, Freehold, 
and another daughter, Mrs. Ralph 
Thompson of Schenectady, New 
York, also sur\'ive. 

Daiid J. Case 

( David J. Case, aged 56 years, of 
Ford road, Lakewood, died of 
heart attack on Friday aftern 
! while working at the Essex 
j Sussex Hotel. 

• Funeral services were held en 
Tuesday morning at St. Mary's R. C. 
church at Lakewood, where requiem 
mass was celebrated by Rev. John 
F. Baldwin, pastor. Interment 
made in St. Mary's cemetery 
charge of Funeral Director C. H. T. 
Clayton & Son of Adelphia. 

Mr. Case was a plumbing engin- 
eer. He is survived by two daugh- 
ters and three sons, Mrs. Marvin 
Clayton and Robert E. Case. Lake- 
wood; Henry J., Mobile, Ala.: David 
J., Long Beach. Cal.; and Mrs. Rob- 
ert Krause, Lakewood. 



Mrs. Eertha Crawford 

Mrs. Bertha Crawford, age 52 
years, died yosteiday enroute to 
Fitkin hospital in the First Aid 
Squad ambulance. Funeral services 
vhich were incomplete are in 
charge of the VanSant Colonial 
Home. 

She is survived by three daught 
CIS, Mrs. Myrtle Anderson, at home 
.^lrs. Catherine Bailey. Adelphis 
road; and Mi'.«. Ann Sdihra, Xev 
Vork: three sons, William, at heme 
George, Fort Caswell, X. C, and a 
'stepson, Harold VanArsdale, Phila- 
delphia. ^-XO-U^ 

Mrs. Ella M. Cole 

Mrs. Ella M. Cole, aged 56 years, 
wife of John Cole of VanHiseville, 
died on Friday morning at the 
.home of her sister, at Easton, Pa. 
Funeral services were held on Tues- 
day afternoon at 2 o'clock at her 
late home, and at 2:30 o'clock at 
the Pleasant Grove church. Inter- 
ment was made In the adjoining 
cemetery in charge of Funeral Di- 
rector C. H. T. Clayton & Son of 
Adelphia. 

Besides her iusband, Mrs. Cole 
is survived by two daughters. Miss 
May Cole, of 'VanHlsevllie, c.ia Mrs. 
Marjorie Potter of Sanford, Florida; 
three sisters, Mrs. Georgie Hum- 
mel of Bethlehem, Pa.; Mrs. Eliza- 
beth Edeleman. of Easton, Pa., at 
whose home she died; and Mrs. 
Harriet VanSant, of Lakewood; 
and one brother, Robert E. Bills of 
VanHiseville. 

i She was a member of Anchor 
; Grange and the S. & D. of L., both 



of Ja 
lary 



Mil 



Veter 



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Obituary JHotices. 



Frederick O. Conover 

Funeral senices for Frederick 
G. Conover were held on Saturday 
afternoon at the W. H. Freeman 
home on East Main Street, with 
Rev. Joseph N. Podrick, pastor of 
the Freehold Methodist church, of- 
ciating. Interment was made in 
Maplewood cemetery. 

Mr. Conover, who was 69 years 
of age, died Sept. 20 at Goschen, 
N. Y., where he lived for the past 
several years. He is survived by 
one son, Carl G. Conover, He was 
a native of Freehold, and spent 
most of his life here. He lived at 
the corner of Lincoln Place and 
Kiawa Avenue, and was formerly 
employed by the County Gas Com- 



Peter Schenck Conover, 
Ex-Shore Mayor, Dead 

Peter Schenck Conover, aged 78 
years, former mayor and postmas- 
3f Atlantic Highlands, died on 
Monday at his home in South Or- 
ange, after a brief illness. 

Until his retirement 10 years ago, 
Mr. Conover headed a cc.ntractoi's 
supply firm bearing his name, at 
Atlantic Highlands, and was also a 
partner for 40 years in the Conover 
Lumber Company at Orange. He 
developed a large part of the Atlan- 
tic Highlands area. He was at one 
president of the Atlantic High- 
lands National Bank and at the 
time of his death, was a directoi-. 

Mr. Conover was born in Holm- 
del, In 1884 he was graduated from 
Brown University, where he was a 
member of the varsity football 
team and a member of the Delta 
Kappa Epsilon fraternity. 

He is survived by his wife, Mrs. 
Shellie Bcdle Conover, formerly oi 
Freehold, daughter of the late 
Elihu B. Bedle and a niece of form- 
er Gov. Joseph Bedle of New Jer- 
sey; three sons, Hugh B., of Pitts- 
burgh; C. Sterling, of Maplewood, 
and Niclson B., of Glen Ridge; two 
daughters, Mrs. Edwin T. Mclntyre 
of Short Hills, and Mrs. Robert Col- 
lier of Chatham; a half-brother, C. 
S. Holmes of Holmdel, and a half- 
sister, Mrs, Sidney Bray of Holm- 
del. 1 

Funeral services were held on 
Wednesday at 2 p. m. at the Bor- 
roughs funeral home at Summit. 
Interment was made at Holmdel. 

Frederick G. Conover 
Frederick G. Conover, a former 
resident of Freehold, died on Wed- 
nesday at GcGChen, N. Y., where 
he has lived for the past several 
I years. His body will be brought to 
jthe W. H. Fi-eeman funeral home 
on East Main Street, from where 
[arrangements will be announced 
later. He is survived by one son, 
I Carl G. Conover. 

i Mr, Conover .'nd family formerly 
! lived at the corner of Lincoln Place 
'and Kiawa Avenue. For a number 

I he was employed as collector for 
jlho Countv Grs Company. His 
I wife, Blanche StiUwell Conover, 



I Peter Conover — — . 

Peter Conover, 70 years old, d,..\ 
■n Sunday evening at the Er^a-' 
3111 Home. He was a former lesi- 
lent of Freehold. Funeral servlc-' 
;s weri held yesterday at 2 o'clock' 
at the A, M. E, church on IIa:,,v 
s:reet, with the Rev. Wa,?hington 
officiating. Interment was made in 
the Woodsville Cemetery by W. H. 
Freeman. 
He is survived by a half-sister. 
Irs. Sadie Holmes, Freehqld. 

Sirs. Holroes Conover 

Mrs. Holmes Conover, aged 69 
fears, died on Tuesday morning at 
ler home at ilarlboro. Funeral ser- 
vices will be held at her late home 
on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clcck. 
with Rev. A. L. Linder, pastor of 
the First Baptist church here, or- 
flciatlng. Interment will be made 
in Maplewood cemetery in charts 
of Funeral Director W. H. Free- 
man. 

Mrs. Conover is survived by two 
sisters, Mrs. Angle D. Johes of 
Trenton, and Mrs. S, Elv.-ood Cro- 
shaw of Hightstow-n; and one bro- 
ther, John O. Buckelew of Marl- 
I. Mrs. Conover was the daugh- 
ter of the late John P. and Mary 
Ann Griggs Buckelew. 

Mrs.. LiUian E., Conover 

Funeral services for Mrs. Lillian 
E. Conover, 72, widow of Frank W. 
Conover formerly of West Free- 
hold, were held on Saturday after- 



the 



Df he 



ved, in add- 



and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. 
George W. Miller in Highland Park 
where she died on Wednesday. 
Rev. Everard C. Deems, pastor of 
the Livingston Avenue Baptist 
Church, New Brunswick, officiated, 
i Interment was made in Maplewood 
Cemetery here, in charge of Funer- 
al Director C. H. T. Clayton and 
Sen of Adelphia. 

Mrs. Conover is su 
ition to the daughter mentioned, by 
three sons, William R. and Joseph 
E of near. Freehold; GeoiRe W. of 
Highland Park: one sister, Mrs. 
Arthur StiUwell of Hull Avenue, 
here; and one brother, Frank Er- 
rickson of near Belmar. 

She was the daughter of the late 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Errickson 
of near Georgia School House. She 
lived most of her life in the West 
Freehold section, where h;r hus- 
band, who died ten years ago, was 
a well known farmer. 

Mrs. Conover was a member oi 
the First Baptist Church of Free- 
hold and of the FreeholcJ Womat.'s 

Club, j^ jy-y'/ 

X~ 9 Miss Jane A. Conover ) / 99 
Miss Jane A. Conover, aged S6 
years, formerly of Freehold, died 
on Tuesday evening, near Farming- 
dale. Private funeral services will 
be held on Friday at 1:30 p. m., at 
the heme of her sister, Mrs. Charles 
D. B. Forman, here, with the Rev. 
William L. Sahler officiating. In- 
terment will be made in the fam- 
ily plot in Maplewood Cemetery, 
in charge of Funeral Director Wil- 
liam H. Freem.ui. 

She was the daughter of the late 
John B. and Mary A. Conover. 

Besides her sister, Miss Conover 
is survived by a brother, George B. 
Conover of Freehold, also a num- 
ber of nieces and nephews. 



, Obituary j^otices.j 



50 YEARS AGO 

Mrs. Kezia Conover, who < 
recently at Cla'.ksburg, left sur 
ing, 16 children, 45 grandchild 
40 great-grandchild 
great-great-grandchild 



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mi 



r ': 



25 YEARS AGO 



Hiram CottreU. 94, died of grippe 
at his home m Smithburg. He was 
a veteran of the Civil War, having 
been a private in Coloriel William 
J. Sewell's 3Sth regiment, N'ew Jer- 
sey Volunteerj, who served in 18«-» 

! Mrs. Lydia Jane Cottrell | 

] Mrs. Lydia Jane Cottrell, aged 69! 
j years, widow of Joseph V.-nlter' 
; Cottrell, a former Freehold con- 
' stable, died on Wednesday morn-| 
ing at the Welfare Home at Briar I 
Hill. Her body was removed ♦ol 
the C. H. T. Clayton & Son funeral' 
home at Adelphia, where funeral I 
services will be held on Sunday] 
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Inter-! 
!ment will be in the Perrineville 
■ cemetery. 

I Mrs. Cottrell is survived by two 
daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Burdge of 
Adelphia, and Mrs. Agnes Jones of 
Burlington: one son, Elmer Cot- 
trell of Red Bank: eight grand- 
children, and one great-granachild. 
She was born at Smithburg, the 
daughter of George W. Stillwell and 
Jane Cottrell, and lived In n-ee- 
hold most of he 



he^^. ^^/^.^^ 



ry at [ 



I Eugene T. Connolly y^^O~i,ia 

Eugene T. Connolly, a/ed 44 
'years, a resident of Carr Avenue, 
.Keansburg, (?ied on Monday at the 
lAllenwood hospita>. Funeral ser- 
Ivices were held' this (Thursdav) ' 
I morning from the C. H. T. Clayton j 
& Son funeral home at Adelphia, 
land at 9 o'clock at St. Ann's R. C. ] 
church, Keansburg, with requiem! 
mass being celebrated by the pastor, | 
Rev. J. J. Lucitt. 
be made in Calv; 
Brooklyn, by Diietn.-i v^iavLun. ivxr. i 
I Connolly is survived by three chil- 
dren, Eleanora, Eugene, and Ruth, I 
ail of Carr Avenue, Keansbu.-g. I 
Patrick CunnifE ' 

Patrick CunnifT, aged 68 years, 
died en Thursday at his home at 
Bradevelt. His body was removed 
,to the W. H. Freeman funeral 
home here. Funeral services were 
held on Monday morning at eight 
o'clock at the Freeman funeral 
home, and at nine o'clock at St. 
Gabriel's Catholic church, Brade- 
velt, with requiem mass being cele- 
brated by the pastor, Rev. Louis F. 
Cogan. Interment was made in the 
adjoining cemetery by Director 
Freeman. -^Az-J'/ 

He is survived by two sisters. 

Cecil Cooper 

Funeral sendees for Cecil Cooper 
were held on Saturday at 10:30 at 
the VanSant Colonial Heme with 
the Rev. Walter J. Lake, officiating. 
Interment was in the State Hospital 
Cemetery, Marlboro. 

Mr. Cooper was 73 years old and 
formerly resided in Perth Amboy. 
He dcid last Thursday at the Marl- 



tjohn Cramer 

John Cramer, aged 83 years, a 
former resident of Asbury Park 
died on Sunday at the Welfare'! 
Home at Briar Hill, Funeral se'-l 
vices were held at the Freeman' 

i Funeral Home on East Main Street,! 
•'on 'Wednesday morning. Intermeni: 

.. was made in Maplewood Cemetery I 
Mr. Cramer is survived only byi 

I nieces and nephews. J, Si/' ~,~f ! 

Ellwood Crammer 

Funeral services for Ellwood 
Crammer will be held on Friday 
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Free- 
man funeral home on East Main 
[Street, with the Rev. Walter j 
I Lake, pastor of the First Baptist 
church, officiating. Interment will 
be in Perrineville cemetery. 
, Mr. Crammer was born in Rc.b- 
jbinsville on May 21, 1873, the son 
of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles 
Crammer. He committed suicide by 
hanging himself in the garage of 
h:s brother. Samuel Crammer, at 
Kolmdel, on Tuesday. In addition 
to the brother, he is survived by 
a sister, Mis. Mary Kirby of Per- 

Franklin Delano Covprt 

Franklin Delano Covert, aged 66 
years, died last Thursday evening 
at his home at Fair Haven. Funeral 
services were held on Sunday af- 
ternoon at the Fair Haven M. E. 
church, followed By interment in 
Fairview cemetery. Red Bank, in i 
charge of Funeral Dln-oror C. H.j 
T. Clayton & Son of Adelphia. I 

He is survived hy his wife, and! 
three sisteis, Mr;. E. Henry Board- 
man, and the Misses Lavinia and 
Julia Covert, all of Fair Haven. I 

Mr. Covert was born in Brook- 1 
lyn on June 17, 1883, the son of 
William L. and Elizabeth Covert, 
but has lived practically all of his 
life at Fair Haven. He was married 
to Catherine A. Tilton or Squan- 
kum, who survives him. He was 
educated at Mrs. Perkins' School 
at Red Bank, and the New York 
Military Academy at Co:nwall-on- 
the-Hudson. 

He was always interested in the 
civic affairs of his commun::y, ^.nd 
was instrum.ental in having Fair 



laven incorporated 



borough, i 



Hospital. 



,^v. 



nayor. He had also served as : 
member of the Shrewsbury Boan 
of Education for a number o 

Jr. O. U. A. M., Navesink Lodge 
No. 39: I. O. O. F., and an exemp 
member of the fire department o 
Fair Haven. ,, / j-^.^ .'■> 



Mrs. Nora Chamberlain | 

rs. Nora Chamberlain, aged 631 
years, who formerly lived on Mc- 
Lean Street, here, "died on Satur-i 
at her home at 409 Atlantic I 
Avenue, Spring Lake. Funeral ser-| 
s were held on Tuesday after- 
n, with Rev. Jerome C. Hayden, | 
pastor of St, Uriel's Episcopal 
rch. Sea Girt, officiating. Inter- 
|ment was made in Clarksburg ccmc- 
itery in charge of Funeral Director 
W. David DcRoche of Lakewood. 
I She is survived by her husband,] 
!j. Harry; one daughter, Mrs. Al-I 
berta C. Hotaling of Spring 1-ake, 
and one brother. Elmer Thompson 
of Bradley Beach, formerly of Free-| 



I Obituary J\[otices. 



Frank Cooper 



Frank Coopor. aged 67 years, died 
ion Monday night at his home near; 
I Adelphia. Funeral services will be | 
I held this (Thursday) afternoon at 1 
I 2 o clock at his late home, conduct- 
I ed by Rev. William B. Magsam, 
I pastor of the Adelphia M. E. 
I Church. Interment will be made ! 
j in Harmony Cemetery in charge of J 
I Funeral Director C. H. T. Claj-ton! 
, & Son of Adelphia. He is survived 
I by two daughters, Mrs. Walter 
: Smith of Keyport, and Mrs. Bertha! 
MacDermant of Adelphia: two' 
sons. Charles and Theodore Cooper, I 
of Freehold; and two brothers. Gar-' 
ry Cooper of LaUewcod, and Ed-' 
ward Cooper of Greenwich, Conn. I 
His wife, who was Cordelia 
Thompson Cooper, died seven weeks 
ago. He was born in Adelphia, the 
son of the late Louise Southard 
and Nelson Cooper. . -; .- ..*._ J,'< ; 

Howard Cooper ' 

Howard ■■Bud" Cooper, aged 60 
years, a former resident of Free- 
hold, died on Monday at his home J 
at 224 Joline Avenue, Long Branch. I 
I He was a conductor for the Cen-I 
I tral Railroad Company of New Jer-' 
I sey. for the past 38 years. ] 



I the 



late Mr 



Freehold,! 
and Mrs. 
d in Long 



John Cccpe 

Branch for the p3^t 20 y 
was a member of thr exempt fire-! 
men's association, of Freehold, and [ 
during his funeral on Wednesday 
afternoon, the f.re bell at the Mun- 
icipal Building' here was tolled. 

He is survived by two daughters, 
Mrs. Reginald Blair and Mrs. John 
Kath. both of Long Branch: two 
sisters, Mrs. Allie Sprague of West 
Creek, and Mrs. Bertha Morris of 
Long Branch- and one brother, 
Frank Coofc:-. of Pcint Pleasant. 
His wife, nee Florence Horner, died 
last April. 

Funeral services were held on 
Wednesday afternoon at the Willis 
A. Woolley Funeral Home, follow- 
ed by interment in Glenwood Cem- 
etery, West Long Branch, i -■ > ./.., 

John R. Conine 

John R. Conine, aged 85 years, 
well known miller at Allentown for 
the past 43 years, died at his home 
there on Saturday m.orning. Fu- 
neral services were held on Wed- 
nesday afternoon at his late home, 
followed by interment in Adelphia 
cemetery in charge cf Funeral Di- 
rector C. H. T. Clayton & Son of; 
Adelphia. | 

Mr. Conine was born in Freehold, 
the son of the late 
Ann M. Schumar Conin 

Joyce Ann Coley 

Funeral services for Joyce Ann 
'Cnley, 2'-: months old, were held 
Ion Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock, 
j from the home of her parents, Mr. 
ai.d Mrs. William Coley of near 
I Freehold. Interment was in the 
[Freehold Catholic cemetery by 
I Richard VanSant. 

The child died en Sunday in the 
Fitkin Hospital, Xeptune. It has 
[been in failing health since birth. 
lEciid.s the parents, the chid Is sur- 
vived by three sisters. Mary Ellen, 
^t^^rL•arc■t and Wilma, all at home. 



Mrs. Laura B. Conklln 
Mrs. Laura B. Conklin, aged 70 
years, of Lakewocd, died on Sun- 
day morning at the Florence Nurs- 
ing Home, where she had been 
taken on Friday. She was the wid- 
ow of Cornelius A. Conklin. Fu- 
neral services were held on Wed- 
nesday at 1:30 p. m. at her late 
home and at 2 p. m. from the First 
Presbyterian cnurch, of which she I 
was a member, with the Rev. Al- 1 
bert H. Manus ofTiciating. Inter- 1 
ment was made In the family plot 
at Harmony by C. H. T. Clayton 
& Son, of Adelphia, | 

Mrs. Conklin was born m Har-' 
mony, the daughter of James and 
Mary A. Matthews -Clayton. She 
was an active £hurch -worker and 
Was Instrumental in the organiza- 
tion of. the Junior Needlework 
Guild, 28 years ago. 
weekly summer classes 
until this year. 

She is survived by c 
ward R. Conklin. a me: 
Butler high school faculty; 
sisters, Mrs. Harry Davison, 
seyville; Mrs. Delia Sparks 
Mrs. Margaret Clayton, botn 
Lakewood, and Mrs. Annie 
thews of Freehold, /f -. /^^_ 



ich held 



-iber of the 



ugh- 



'7 i 

t Joseph Chaniplln 

] Joseph Champlin. aged 71 years, 
I died suddenly on Fridav evening at 
jthe home of his son-in-law and 
I daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hilman 
i Hendrickson of Coxe's Corner. He 
■ had been in ill health for some 
time. Survivors besides the 
ter mentioned, include twc 
daughters, Mrs. George Patterson 
and Mrs. Harvey Underbill cl Tren- 
ton; a son, Harold, of Narragansett, 
R. L; a sister. Mios Ada M. Champ- 
lin of Cincinnati. Ohio, and three 
grandchildren, Naomi and Ruth 
Champlin and Audrey Underbill. 

Funeral servicc.=; were held on 
Tuesday, conducted by Rev. W. D. 
Thatcher, pastor of the First Bap- 



HlUiam M. Calver i 

William M. Calver, aged 30 years I 
was found dead last Friday after- 1 
noon in his parked car on the out I 
skirts of Red Bank. He had com- ! 
mittcd suicide by leading a hose I 
from the exhaust to the interior ofi 
his car. i 

Funeral services were held on' 
Monday morning at St. James! 
Ca.holic Church at Red Bank, with I 
requiem mass being celebrated by 
the pastor, Rev. J. B. McCloskey. 
Interment was made in St. Gabri-i 
Cemetery, Bradevelt, in charge I 



of Funeral Dire 



W. H. Fn 



s, Mr 



He is survived by hi: 

j and Mrs. Joseph H. i 
Leonard Avenue. Red Bonk- "two 
brothers, James and Joseph, also of 

I Red Bank, and one cister, Mrs. 
James Higgins of New York City j 



I Obituary piotices. 



Frank Cuddihy, aged 
I Was killed on Sunday even 
'struck by a car on the 

Lakcwood road. The ace 
icurred about 9:30 o'clock 
) Cuddihy attempted to c 

road about a mile south 
Iphia in Howell Township. 

■ Funeral services for Mr. 
I were held on Wednesday 
iat 8:30 at the Freeman 

! home, and at 9 o'clock 
of Lima Catholic c 

I where requiem mass v.: 
by Rev. James Child, a 
tor. Burial was made 

ihold Catholic cemeter 

■ dihy. who was employe 
laborer in the Adelphia 
Schoolhouse area, is ■ 



of Adel- 
Cuddihy 



at 



cr, John 
Mrs. Ed- 1 
Georgia 



j ward J. I 

; Schoolhouse. 

: The accident was investisated by 

■ State Police from the Farmingdale 

[barracks. ; ', . 

Mrs. Emma M. Claj-ton 

Mrs. Emma M. Clayton, aged 50 
I years, an employee at the State 
I Hospital at Marlboio, died there 
early Friday morning. She was 
the widow of Harry X. Clarton, and 
was born at Adelphia. the daugh- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs, Ivins Mat- 
thews. 

Funeral services were held on 
Sunday afternoon at the C. H. T. 
I Clayton & Sen funeral home at 
I Adelphia. with Rev. Otis F. Van- 
I Brunt ofTiciating. In'^erment was 
I made 'in Adelphia cemetery by Di- 
rector Clayton. She is survived by 
one son, George Clayton. Eelmar; 
three daughters, the Misses Doro- 
thy. I^aura C, and Irene, at home; 
and her father, Ivins Matthews of 
Adelphia. / : ^ , .,- / 

: Mrs. Gussie C. Claj-ton 

Mrs. Gussie C. Clayton, widow or 
Augustus Clayton, died on Wednes- 
day at her home at Colts Neck. Fu- 
neral services will be held on Sun- 
day afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at 
her late home, and at 2 o'clock at 
the Colts Neck Reformed church, 
with Rev. Peter M. Bc<;lhouwer, 
pastor, officiating. Interment will 
be made in Old Tennent cemetery 
in charge of Funeral Director C. H. 
T. Clayton & Son of Adelphia. 

She is survived by three daugh- 1 
iters, the Misses Hazel M., Mildred 
lE. and VanoUa Clayton, at borne;' 
I one brother, James H. VanMater of 
Coks Neck; and two sisters, Mrs. 
I Gertrude Bedle of Avon, and Mrs. 
Laura Mitchell of Colts Neck. , 

Henrj- Claj-ton 

uncral services for Henry Clay- 
were held Friday afternoon at 
the VanSant colonial home, with 
the Rev. G. G. Horn, Th.D., pastor 
^f the local Presbyterian church, 
officiating. Interment was in Map- 
!wrod cemeterj-. 
Mr. Claj-ton, who was 84 years 
Id, was a native of this section 
and had farmed for a number of 
rs. He died last Tuesday at his 
home at HarnacNny. Surviving is 
wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Leming 
Clayton. 



Dr. John C. Clayton 
Dies Suddenly 

Freehold Physician For 
Past 30 Years 

I Dr. John C. Clayton, for 30 years 
ja physician in Freehold, diei sud- 
denly on Saturday at the r.ince-' 
[ton hospital, where he was taken 
;that afternoon after sufferini 
-heart attack while attending 
I Princeton-Navy football game 
j Palmer Stadium, there. 
1 Funeral services were held 
; Tuesday afternoon at his late home 
!at 73 West Main Street, with the 
^Rev. Randall W. Conklin, pastor 
;Of Trinity Episcopal church, Asbury 
:Park, officiating. Interment 
made in Maplewood cemetery 
charge of Funeral Director. W. 
Freeman. The bearers were Dr.l 
James Fisher, Dr. Charles D. Prout.'l 
,Dr. C. A. Pons, Dr. O. K. Parry,' j 
' and Dr. Kenneth Brown, ;U1 of a"s- ; 
I bury Park; and Dr. B. W. Moffatt ' 
of Red Bank, all associates on the 
; Staff at Fitkin hospital. 
! He is survived by his wife, nee 
Isabella T. Atkinson of Hawley, 
'Pa.; and two daughters, Mrs. Louis 
•F. Albright of Spring Lake, and 
Barbara Louise Clayton at home. 

Dr. Clayton was born at Prince- 
ton, 57 years ago. After receiving 
his eudcation in the public schools 
there, he graduated from the Unl-' 
versity of Pennsj-lvania medical 
schocl in 1907. Serving the next; 



vo ye 



inte 



the V. S. 



Naval Hojipital at Washington, he 
I then came to Freehold, to begin 
his practice. It was interrupted 
during the World War, from 1917 
to 1919, when he served m tne 
navy. He has since held the rank 
of lieutenant commander in the 
naval reserve medical corps. 

Dr. Clayton was cardiologist at 
Fitkin hospital at Neptune for sev- 
eral years. He was a past president 
and former secretary of the Mon- 
mouth Medical Society, and in 1931 
was elected a fellow in the Ameri- 
can College of Physicians. 



Dr. Clayton was 
any of the pion 



Monmouth Post No. 54, and a mem 
ber of Olive Branch Lodge of Mas 
ons, of Freehold.* 



and 



Dr.; 



and Mrs. Albright. ! 

In 1933, Dr. Clayton was appoint- 
ed physician for the county jail 
here, and held that pejsition until 
January 1, of this year, when he 
was replaced by Dr. D. S. Carey. 
Since the appointment is ceenied a 
political one. Dr. Clayton contested 
his removal, and on July o, the 
state civil service commission or- 
dered his re-instalement.///-3(;j/^f/ 



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I Obituary J\lot:ices. 



Btlss Frances B. Clayton ; 

Miss Frances B. Clayton, aged 24, ' 
died on Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 
15, at her home in Englishtown. 
During the major part of her life, 
she was an invalid and confined to 
her bed. 

Funeral services were held at 
her late home on Sunday after- 
neon, with Rev. John A. Christen- 
sen of the Presb>-terian church, of- 



mg. 



i family plot at Old Tennent ceme- 
itery, under the direction of Funeral 
' Director J. Laird Hulse of English- 
itown. 

I Besides her parents. Aaron W. 
; Clayton and Bertha Quackenbush 
j Clayton, she is sun'ived by two 
'brothers and one sister, William 
; Clayton of Marlboro; Mrs. Hattie j 
i A. Quackenbush of North Bruns- j 
Jwick Township (Middlesex County) | 
'and Aaron %V. Clayton, Jr.,,Eng-j 
lishtown. }/ —2 j ^'\ 'I 

Mrs. Volanta Rebecca Claj-ton 
Mrs. Volania Rebecca Clayton, 
aged 70 years, wife of Ulysses Clay- 
ton of Colts Neck, died suddenly on 
Tuesday evening while calllns; at 
;the ho-me of Disbrow Irons and fam- 
ily of near Toms River. Mr. Irons's 
brother is married to Mrs. Clayton's 
daughter. Funeral services will be 
held on Saturday afternoon at 2 
o'clock at the home of her daugh- 
ter, Mrs. Mabel B. Irons, Route 34, 
Colts Neck. Interment will be made 
In Riverview cemetery. Toms River, 
In charge of Funeral Director C. H. 
T. Clayton & Sen of Adelphla. 

Mrs. Clayton is survived by her 
husband, three daughters — Mrs. 
Rose Miller of Guilford Park, Mrs. 
lona Cook of Red Bank, and Mrs. 
Irons of Colts Neck; one son, Wil- 
liam Clayton of Lakewood; one sis- 
ter, Mrs. Elizabeth Hendrickson, 
and a brother, Robert Lewis, both 
of Freehold. 

She was born at Siloam, the 
daughter of the late Rebecca Par- 
ent and John Lewis, j^ — u.— 3"^ 

Frank Cervelino ' \ 

Frank Cervelino, 20, of 95 Ran-j 
dolph street, died en Wednesday af- 
ternoon as the result of carbon mo- 
r.oxide poisoning. His body was 
found on the rear seat of his broth- 1 
er Michael's car, on the Robertsville i 
road. I 

Death v/as listed a suicide. The 
young man was found by George 
Bromell, 18',i Mechanic street, who' 
\. as on his way home. Investiga- 
t^n by the state police from the 
Howell township station shewed 
that th© young man had attached 
a hose to the exhaust pipe of the 
car and had run it through a rear 
window. 

Additional investigation disclosed 
that he had attempted to enlist in 
the Navy but had been rejected. \ 
The body was removed to the I 
William H. Freeman funeral home j 
the Potter and Son ambulance 1 
upon the order of Dr. Harvey W. 
Hartman, county physician. | 

Survivors besides the brother | 
mentioned include his parents, Mr. 
and Mrs. Daniel Cervelino; three 
other brothers, Larry, Tony and 



Mrs. Clara Farrj- Cook 

Mrs. Clara Fairy Cook, aged 
years, widow of Penine Cook, died 
on Saturday at her home at Fa 
ingdale. Funeral services were held 
at her late home on Wednesday 
ternoon. conducted by Rev. H 
Folger, pastor of the Farmingdale 
M. E. church, of which she w; 
member. Interment was madi 
Evergreen Cemetery, Farmingdale, 
in charge of Funeral Director 
H. T. Cla>-ton & Son of Adelphis 
She is survived by the follow 
sons and daughters: Ira B. Cook, 
Manasquan; Mrs. Jennie C. Ketch- 
am, Freehold, R. F. D. 2; Howard 
F. and Harry L. Cook, Florida; 
Mrs. Hazel C. Ketcham. West 
Farms; Mrs. Clara E. Springe 
West Freehold; P. Rue Cook, Floj-d 
I K. Cook, and Ralph C. Cook, of 
Farmingdale; and Mrs. Frances C 
VanDerveer of West Freehold; two 
I brothers, George E. Farry of Farm- 
I ingdale. and Sylvester Farry of 
Long Branch; and a sister, Mrs. 
I Addison Hutchinson of Bradley 
I Beach; and 18 grandchildren. She 
j was the daughter of the late Wil- 
lliam and Rebecca Hall Farry. 



15 YEARS AGO 



J-. 



Charles Cook, 33, and his son, 
Howard, were burned to death at 
their home in Howell. Mrs. Cook 
and two other children managed to 
escape from the burning house. 
Howard went into the kitchen to 

, light a lantern which exploded and 
set fire to his clothing and the 

I house. The father, who went to 
rescue .his son, was also enveloped 
in flames. Mrs. Cook, who manag- 

jed to get her other children out of 
the house, returned to the second 
flcor to get some valuables and 
was trapped and had to jump from 
the window. '^ ) ■ — ) ;;-* n ^ 

'-^^Mrs. I.niie M. Cook I / .jQ 
Mrs. Lillie M. Cook, aged 73 years( 
died on Thursday morning at her 
home near Cassville. Funeral ser- 
vices were held on Sunday after- 
noon at her late home, and at the 
Pleasant Grove il. E. Church. In- 

cemetery in charge of Funeral Di- 
rector C. H. T. Ciavton & Son of 

I Adelphia. 

i She was the widow of George Mc- 
Clelland Cook, and was born in 
VanHisevillc.the daughter of Reub- 
en Camp and Martha Crawford 
Camp. She is survived by one 
daughter, and one son, Mrs. Harry 
Jones, and Stanlcv Cook, both of 
VanHiseville; one sister. Mrs Eliza- 
beth Caffrey. Hatboro. Pa.: and five 
brothers. William Camp, Cassville; 
Walter, Germantown. Pa.; Oliver. 
Herbcrtsville; .^mos. Lakewood, and 
George M. Camp of VanHiseville. 

»Ir3. Haiin.ah W. Charles 

Mrs. Hannah W. Charles, aged 45 
years, wife of William Charles, for- 
1 mer residents of Hightstown, died 
on Saturday at the State Hospital 
at Marlboro. The body was re- 1 
1 moved to the VanSant Colonial 

i< Home on South Street here, and 
after being prepared for burial, was 
sent to Philadelphia. Funeral ser- 
vices were held in that city on 
Tuesday afternoon, followed by in- 
terment in Worthwopd Cemetery. 
. there. ' ' 



I-IX 



Wedding Notes 



I Barkalow Conover 

; The Methcdist Church on Sun- 
,day afternoon at i o'clock, was the 
scene of a pretty early Fall wed- 
ding when Miss Jean Hulda Bark- 
alow, daufhter of Mr. and Mrs. 
George L. Barkalow of 24 Lincoln 
•P;ace, was united in marriage to 
Horace Andrew Conover, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Grandin Conover of 
4? Manalapa.- avenue. The Rev. 
Bruce Duvall performed the cere- 
mony. Mrs. Duvall was at the or- 
i;an and played the wedding music. 
Disbrow - - - Conner 
The weddinj cf Misi Ruth Helyn 
Disbrow, daughter of Mrs. Ray- 
mond Farry, Farmingdale, to Wil- 
liam Noble Conner, son of Mr. 
snd Mrs. William W. Conner,' 
Lakewood. took place on Sunday 
afternoon at 2 o'clock, at the First 
I.Tethodist church of Lakewood, 
with the Rev. William Ewen, pas- 
tor, performing the ceremony, in 
the presence of the members of 
the immediate families. ' / :^ , r- '.1 — 



I Obituary JHotices. 



1 G. Howard Conover 

' G. Howard Conover. age 7g year 
of 47 Broadway, died en Friday 
at Monmouth Memorial Hospital' 
Long Branch. Funeral services' 
IrL^'^lt "" -^I°"''ay at 2 o'clock 
a' the W. H. Freeman Funeral 
Home, by the Rev. George G. Horn 
pestor of the Pre.sbyterian church' 
Interment was in Old Tennent 

3rn near" Terinent. the 



Emily Wilson of Red Bank. 

GEORGE M. COHAN WAS 
W ED HE RE i 

George M. Cuban. 64, the great- 
est song and dance man of them 
all and famous theatrical produc- 
er, died last Thursday, at his home 
in New York City, after a year's 
illness. He was married to his sec- 
ond wife. Mary No'.an. in Freehold 
on July 4th. 1908. The ceremony 
was perf;rii;ed at the heme of the 
late County Clork Joseph McDer- 
molt on the corner of Broad street 
and Manalapan avenue, by the late 
James S. White, Justice cf the 
Peace. 

Sam Harris, Cohan's co-producer 
for nearly 20 years, married the 
letter's. sister-in-law. a few years 
later at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 
Carl McDermott, of Manalapan 



/ho 



at that 



:clmg 1 
Cohan 



Long Blanch. 



le was seven years 
old, sang and danced on the stage. 
Always patriotic, he usually had 
an American flag waving in his , 
many shows and received oflflcial 
recognitlcn when President Roose- , 
velt awarded him the congressional 
medal for his "outstanding contri-; 
butions to the American spirit." 
Before he died he had the privilege 
of seeing his own life in the mov- 
ing pictures in "Yankee Doodle 
Pandy", in which he heard some 
0.' his best known_ scngs, including 
"Over There". "It's a Grand Old 
Flag" and "Forty-five Minutes ^ 
from Broarlway." At the premiere . 



ture the tickets of ad- 
re war savings bonds 
th? gross was added 

S5,500,000 bonds scld. 



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Miss Marietta Church j 

Miss Marietta Church, who form- 
erly resided en McLean street j 
here, died last Thursday at the I 
Welfare Home. Funeral services' 
were held Monday afternoon at the : 
Freeman Funeral Home, conduct- i 
ed by Rev. Bruce C. Duvall, pastor 
of the Methodist church of which' 
she was a member. Interment 
v,as in Maplewood cemetery. 

She was the daughter of William 
Church and Rachel WooUey. 



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Obituary J^'otices. 



D. Edward Cooper 
D. Edwail Cooper. 67 years, died 
suddenly Saturday night, at his 
home at 13 Kiawa avenue. Fune- 
ral service; v.-ere hold on Tuesday 
at 2:30 p. m., from his late resi- 
dence conducted by the Rev. Bruce 
C. Duvall. pastor of the Methodist 
church, of which Mr. Cooper was' 
a member, trustee and member of 
tlie oflicial board. Interment was I 
made in Adelphia Cemetery by C.I 
K. T. Clayton & Son of Adelphia. j 
He was born in Allenwood, the ■ 
son cf William and Ella Rej-nolds | 
Cooper. He served 35 years as a| 
postal clerk in the Freehold Post j 
Office and retired April 30. 1939. 1 
He is survived by his wife, Mrs.: 
Harriet Jeffries Cooper; a half-! 
sister. Mrs. Bertha Emmons. East' 
Orange; and a half-brother. Harry; 
B. Cooper, Skillman. //A/^^^ ■ 
fSJx%7ilT^. E1I;> J- Cla>^on /^^J. ' 
Airs. Eila J. Clayton, aged 71, of 
Kent road, Southard, wife of 
Charles Redden Clayton, died ^ on 



illness. Fun 


pral 


=erv 


ices » 


ere held 


on Mcnday 




the 


Hope Chapel 


Presbyterian 


chu 


rch 


with 


the Rev. 


Harold Zieg 


er, 


ass 


sted 


by the 




?.!a 


us 


officia 


ing. In- 




ide 


in the Hope 


Chapel ceme 


ter> 


by 


C. H. 


T. Clay- 



James H. and 



and 



ton Si. Son of Adelphi: 
I She was born ii 
; daughter of the la 
iMary Riley LeCompte. Beside 
I her husband, she is survived by 
I sister, Mrs. John R. EstcUe 
1 three brothers, David F., Jol 
land Rulief LeCompte, all of South- 
;ard. She was a member of 
! church; the Sons and Daughter 
I Liberty and the Patriotic Order of j 
'■America, both cf Lakewood. I 

John Coyne 

J..hr. Cjyne, ased 82 years, a for-' 
mer itsident of Freehold, died 
Tuesday night at his home in Bel- 
mar. Funeral services will be held 
Saturday morning at the Belmar 
Catholic church, in charge of W. 
H Freeman of FreehcJd. Inter- 
ment v,-ill be in the Catholic Cem- 
eteiT, Freehold. 

He is survived by the following 
children: James of Englewood, 
Kiank and Mrs. Sarah Theal of 



Mr 



George \V. Curley 

! George W. Curley, Sr., of Marl- 
1 fc-oro, aged 71 years, died at the 
I home of his daughter, Mrs. George! 
I Yost in Milma:-, N. J., en Thurs- 
|day. Octobc. 15th. Funeral s.-r- 
vices conducted by Rev. Robert 
jChilds of Ardcna, were held Sun- 
Iday afternoon at the home of an- 
I other daughter. Mrs. Edward 
jStricklin on Broadway. Interment 
was in Maplewood cemetery in 
I charge of C. H. T. Clayton i Son 
■of Adelphia. 

1 Besides the daughters nuntiomd 

I above, he is survived by the foUov.- 

iing children; Mrs. Harcld Eallo'i 

I of Milmay, Mrs. John Madara of 

• EstelleviUe, James M. Curley cl 

iSweetman's Lane, George \V. Cur- 

'ley, Jr., of Freehold, Willard R 

, Curley of Deal and Charles L. Cur- 

I ley of Red Bank; also three sisters 

iMrs. Ida Ford cf Philadclphi.i 

;Mrs. George Bastedo of Freehold 

and Mrs. Dennis 

Trenton. ' 

Mr. Curley was born at Ma.l- 

■ boi 0. the son cf James M. Curley 

and Mary F. VanArsdale. 

He served a^ a clerk in the Pros- 
ecutor's office for 17 years, having 
retired several years ago. 

Miss Keh.-rea Ann CU'? to-i 
Funeral services for M 5= Reh c- 
ca Ann Clayton. S3, wcr,- ^^ : 1 Tu.— 
dny aftcrnopn n' the r -"■';'. f; - 
r.'ial horns. Intcrmer.t v.i-s i 
i:-.17lowood cT.-:"tery. 

-Mi-;s Clayton died c.n ?ur.;";.:.- 
her home near Freehc!.'.. She ' 
r-n-.ivr-d by a nephev.v C;!'.v.-. 
C:a-t:>n cf V.'nodhaven. L. 



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John W. Clark. 

John W. Clark, aged TO ye 



the State Hospital at Marlboro. 
Funeral services will be held this 
(Thursday) afternoon at 2 o'clock 
at the Clayton Funeral Home at 
Adelphia, conducted by Rev. J. J. 
Messier of Hamilton. Interment 
will be made in the Presbyterian 
Church Cemetery at Perrineville b% 
Director Clayton. 

Mr. Clark is survived by his wife 
Mrs. Margaret A. Clark; adaughtc: 
Mrs. Roland Blain of West Free 
hold; three sisters, Mrs. Carl W. 
Sautter, Jlontclair; Mrs. Ida E. 
StilUvell. Albany; Mrs. Annie Skid- 
morc. Ocean Grove; and three 
brothers, Walter J., of Orange; Al- 
lison P., of Sea Girt; and Edward 
A., of Great Bank. )._-m— ^^ 



Mrs. Char 



Glen Bryne, Md., and 



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De Wolf Home, Old Tappan 



This house is believed to have been built in 
1704 by Cosyn Harirg, a patentee. It is still 
owned by his descendants, having passed by mar- 
riage into the De Wolf family. The plan of the 
house is that of two main rooms adjoining each 
other, each with its separate door, thus eliminat- 



ing any hall. The gambrel roof is very steep with 
an overhang only in front. The frame wing 
belongs to the early nineteenth century. Near 
the house is an old well sweep. Old Tappan is 
located in the upper part of Bergen County near 
the New York State line. 



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Wedding Notices 






fe/rlow, I 



Miss Elizabeth Joan 
daughter of Mr. an<1 Mrs. James H.I 
Barlow of Windsor, was united in 
marriage to Raymond Francis 
Daley, son of Mrs. Mary Daley of 
134 Court Street, on Saturday morn- 
ing at 10 o'clock in St. Anthony's ^ 
Catholic church in Hightstown. The i 
Rev. 'William Quinn, pastor, per-, 
formed the ceremony and celebrat-j 
ed the nuptial mass. I 

r.4»j-ton Dombroski 

Miss Elsie Jeannette Layton, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank 
Layton of Colts Neck, was united 
in marriage to Walter Dombroski, 
Jr., sen of Mr. and Mrs. Walter 
Dombroski, Holmdcl, on Sunday at 
the home cS Rev. J. J. Messier, at 
Eelford. •'/->•-''-■ ■ 

1 Benson — D'jrow 

I Miss Martha Benson. 928 Bloom- 
' field Street, Hoboken, a native of i 
' Freehold, and Heinz Durow, New 
jYork. ohtained a marriage license 
I at New York on Friday. 
1 She is the daughter of Mr. and 



! Dl.?an DcVito --' / // f '-' 

I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Du'gan of 
Neptune City, have announced the 
marriage of their daughter. Miss 
I Mai ion Dugan to Den De'Vito, son 
'of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DeVito o£ 
Bradley Beach. The wedding tc;k 
: place in New York in October. 



Obituary pi otic ef 



Mrs. Nora H. Dyson 

Mrs. Nora H. Dyson, wife < 
James Dyson of 21 Fulton Stre-; 
died on Sunday at the State H; 
pital at Marlboro. Funeral s^ 
vices were held on Wednesday a 
tcrnoon at the W. H. Freeman :"; 
neral home on East Main Stree 
v/ith Rev. B. C. Duvall, pastor ! 
the Freehold Methodist church. ■: 
ficiating. Interment was made ; 
Maplewood cemetery in charge ; 
Director Freeman. Besides her hu 
band, Mrs. Dyson is survived ' 
two daughters, Mrs. Rhoda Henckl 
and Mrs. Phyllis Johnson, both c 
Woodbury. Mr. and Mre. Dj-so 
li\'ed in Woodburv prior To movin 
Freehold three and halt 



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I Louise Dronne 

I Louise Dronne, a resident of Jcr- 
seyville, died on Wednesday night 
at the State Hospital at Marlboro. 
Funeral services were held on Sun- 
day at the C. H. T. Clai-ton & Son 
funeral home at Adelphia, with 
Rev. William B. Magsam, pastor cf 
the Adelphia Motnodist church, of- 



:ing. Interment was n 
Adelphia cemetery. 

She is survived by her 






Felix 



one 



Dronne; 

daughter, Evangeline: three bro- 
thers and three sisters. Joseph and 
Russell, all of Jerseyvillc; Edward 
Dronne and Mrs. Elizabeth Roberts, 
of Staten Island: Mrs. A. C. Tho 
ton of Bridgeport, Conn.: and Mr 
Otis Megill of Smithhurg.'- 



Conn.': and Mrs. 
thhurg.^y.^ /^ 



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Obituary piotices.i 

I Mrs. Harriet Dunfee 

' Mrs. Harriet Dunfee. aged 73, 
widow of Alonzo Dunfee. died on 
Friday at the home of her daugh-l 
ter, Mrs. Harold Duryea of West | 
Orange, with whonr.e she has made , 
I her home the past 18 months, be- 
cause of illness. 

j Funeral services were held on: 
I Monday at the Piesbyterian church; 
I at Englishtc.wn, with Rev. Robert' 
|H. Buche of the :>ew York Central j 
Presbj-terian church, a former pas-! 
I tor, officiating, assisted by Rev. I 
John A. Chnstcnsen, pastor. In-; 
terment was made by Funeral Di- 
rector J. Laird Hulse of English-' 
town, in the Manalapan cemetery.! 
A resident of Knglishtown for 50 
years, she was an active member j 
of the Presbyterian church, and 
served as chorister for many years. ' 
She also was a piar^ teacher, and' 
had a large class o( pupils. Thei 
daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. | 
Edward Livezey, sne \%a3 born at 
Manalapan. Three children survive: ' 
Mrs. Philip Clark of Montclair, Mrs.i 
Harold Duryea of West Orange,! 
and Eail Dunfes of Cranford; also: 
one sister, Mrs. Anna Shultz of| 
Montclair. There ere. three grand-' 
children. . . il 



Jlichael Duliban 

Michael Duliban, aged 78 years, 
of Millhurst, died last Thursday at 
the St. Rose hospital. New York 
City. Funeral services were held, 
on Saturday at 9 a. m. at the St.j 
Rose of Lima Catholic church here.i 
with Father John Kucker officiat- 

Freehold Catholic cemetery in 
chaige of Funeral Director J. Laird 
Hulse of Englishtown. 

He is su.'^'ived by his wife, Mrs. 
Sophie Duliban: and cnc daughter. 
Mrs. Mary Borodunovich, both of 
Millhurst. Mr. Duliban, an Aus- 
trian, came to the ' United States 
30 years ago. ^ ^ ^/i-»^/^^ j 

I Edward IJcRoche 

Edward DcRoche, aged 81 years, 

:died on Monday at his home at 12 
Maplewood road, Belmar. Funeral 

i services will be held on Friday af- 

I ternoon at 2 o'clock at the W. David 
DeRoche funeral home. Arnold Ave- 
nue. Point Plea-sant, followed by 
interment in Maplewood cemetery, 

Mr. DeRoche is suri-ived by his 
wife, Emaline; three sons, William 
and Charles S., of Spring Lake;' 
and George of Eclniar; one brother,' 
John A. DeRoche, of Freehold; and 
two sisters, Mrs. Cora Hernt of 
New York City, and Mrs. Samuel 
Lockwood of Sea Girt. i 

He was born in Freehold, the son! 
of the late John L. and Prudence! 
. Matthews DeRoche 



and Prud. 



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George E. DemUs 

George E. Dennis, aged 59 years, 
a former salesman at Red Bank, 
died on Tuesday at the State Hos- 
pital at Marlboro. Private funeral 
services will be held on Thursday 
morning at the VanSant Colonial 
Home on South Street, and later at 
the Rose Hill Crematory at Linden. 
Ho is survived by his wife, Mrs. 
Minnio Dcnr.is of Rjadcvelt. , 



Obituary JMoticesJ 

WUlianJ I>armody 

William Darmody died suddenly' 
at his home near Millhurst, Tues- 
! day night. His body was removed 
jto the W. H. Freeman funeral home' 
on East Main Street, from where! 
I funeral services will be held Fri- ' 
iday morning at 8 o'clock and at 
Is o'clock at St. Rose of Lima Cath- 
olic church, where requiem mass 
will be celebrated by the pastor. 
I Rev. John A. Kucker. Interment 
[will be made in the Freehold Cath- 
;0lJc cemetery in charge of Director 
Freeman. 

I Mr. Darmody is survived by three 
'sons. Arthur and William, of New 
I York City; and Joi^cph Darmody. 
I former radio singer, who lives in 
'California; and, three daughters. 
'Miss Mary Darmody, at home; Mrs. 
[Joseph Lamb of Sweetman's Lane; 
and Mrs. Kathryn PlelTner of New 
.York City; and three brothers, 
j James and Hugh, of New York 
City; and Thomas Darmodv, who 
lives in the state of Washington. 

i Mrs. Anna Burtt Dey 

j Mrs. Anna Burtt Dey, aged 34 
J tars, wife of Albert Dey of Eng- 
lishtown, died suddenly on Tuesday 
Et her home there. 
j Funeral sen-ices will be held Fri- 
day afternoon from her late hon,«t 
at 1:30, and at 2 o'clock at the Pres- 

membcr. Rev. John A. Christensen, 
pastor, will officiate, assisted by Dr 
Samuel R. Latham, pastor of the 
M. E. church. Interment will be 
made in Old Tennent cemetery by 
Funeral Director J. Laird Hulse. 

: She was the daughter of Mrs. 
Elizabeth Burtt of Englishtown and 
the late J. Ogden Burtt, and spent 
her entire life in Englishtown where 
she was interested in church and 
civic affairs. She was a member 
of the Sons and Daughters of Lib- 
erty. 

I She is survived by her husband, 
hei mother, and two brothe 
Thomas Burtt of Englishtown, 
Chester Burtt 



t of Englishtown, and 
t of Holmdel.^/7j/,A 



William I. Davison 

William I. Davison, aged 70 years, 
retired rural mail carrier for 28 
years from the Englishtown post 
office, died on Monday at his home 
in Englishtown. 

He was born there November 5. ' 
1869, the son of the late Samuel 
Davison and Phoebe Reid, and 
spent his entire life there. 

Funeral services will be held 
today at the Hulse funeral home in 
Englishtown at 2 p. m.. conducted 
by Rev. John A. Christensen. pas- 
tor of the Presbyterian church, 
where he was a member, assisted 
by Dr. Samuel R. Latham, of the 
Methodist church. Interment will 
be made by J. Laird Hulse. 

He is survived by his widow, 
Mrs. Laura Clayton Davisc-n; and 
five children. Mrs. D. Stanton Ham- 
mond. Mrs. Harry Flood. Mrs. Leo 
Feliks. Mrs. Fred Barry, and Gran- 
din Davison, all of Patcrson; also 
two sisters, Mrs. Charles Pittenger 
of New Smyrna. Florida, and Mrs. 
I William Schute of Long Island. 



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.Obituary J^ctices. 



I Mrs. Lillian Danser "■/ '■ 4,0 

I Mrs. Lillian Danser, wife 'of' the 
late James Wesley Danser, a for- 
mer postmaster and prominent bus- j 
|iness man of Freehold, died Friday! 
at the home of her son, Stanley j 
j Danser, at Rochester, N. Y. | 

I iMneral services were held on I 
.Monday afternoon at the W. H. j 
Freeman funeral home here. Rev. 
I George G. Horn, pastor of the Free- I 
hold Presbyterian church, of which j 
she was a member, officiated. In- 1 

tery. j 

She also leaves another son, Har- j 
! old Danser of Cambridge, Mass., ' 
everal grandchildren. A daugh- 1 
liss Elizabeth Danser died two j 
ago. I 



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M>s. GeHnidf Deloney I 

' Mrs. Gertrude Delaney, aged 53 ' 
years, died last Thursday evening! 
at her home on Hurley Pond road.j 
New Bedford. Funeral services were i 
held on Sunday afternoon at her 
late home, followed by interment 
in Atlantic View cemetery, Mana-' 
SQuan, in charge of Funeral Direc- ] 
tor C. H. T. Cla.vton & Son of Adel- 
phia. 

She is survived by her husband.' 
Edward J. Delaney; one daughter, 
Mrs. George Spayd; and one son, 
Robert, all at home: her mc.ther, 
Mrs. Gertrude Clements: and one 
brother, James Clements, both of 
Peekskill, N. T. Mrs. Delaney was 
torn in Yorktown, N. Y. s.',Vi v Cj 

Louis E. Di.von ' 

Lcuis E. Dixon, aged 38 years, a 






bur 



His body 



Strouds- 



ved I 



I the 



VV. H. Freeman funeral home here, 
where funeral services were held 
on Sunday afternoon, with Rev. 
.James VanVessem, pastor of Old 
.Brick church at Marlboro, officiat- 
ing. Interment was made in Old 
(Brick church cemetery by Director 
; Freeman. ; 

I Mr. Dixon is survived by his wife, 
Mrs. Wilhelmena Dixon, and two 
daughters, Doris and Ruth, of Cam- 
|den; his father, Charles, of Way- 
side; and three brothers, Charles, 
■Jr., Wayside; Edgar, Marlboro; and 
J Harry, Philad elphia. ^ j ^^! i~/j^ ' 

I Miss Ella Dlsbrow 

I Funeral services for Miss Ella 
•Disbrow, aged &8 years, who died 
last Wednesday, were held en Fri- 
day at the Methodist church at 
Old Bridge, with the Rev. Albert 
Latsche of the Baptist church of 
Old Bridge, officiating. Interment 
1 was made in the Chestnuthill ceme- 
ttery there, by Funeral Director J. 
,aird Hulso of Englishtown. 
The daughter of the late Henry 
Disbrow and Hannah Jolly of Old 
■idge. she spent much of her life 
the village, and was a member 
of the Methodist church for many 
years. She !.■! survived by two bro- 
■s, Harry of Keyport, and Frank 
of SC'Uth Amboy. 2^ ,' /^^- . . / ,- 



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ELLWOOD DOUGLASS 



Eilwood Douglass, 
Farm Agent, Dies 

HELD COUNTY POST FOR 
PAST 23 YEARS 

Fatal Heart Ailment Kept 

Him From Office 

Since June 

Eliwood Douglass, Monmouth 
County farm agent for the past 23 
years, died on Saturday night at 
his home at Colts ^'eck. He was 51 
years old, and died from a heart 
lich has confined him to 



his home since June. 

Funeral services were held on 
Wednesday morning at the W. H. 
Freeman funeral home on East 
Main Street. Interment was made 
at Cold Springs, in Cape May Coun- 
ty. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. 
Eda Douglass; three daughters and 
one son, Mrs. Richard Wescott of 
New York City, Miss Mildred, Pine- 
wald; and Miss Siiirley and Leslie 
Douglass, at home; also his mother, 
Mrs. S. H. Douglass, and two sis- 
ters. Miss Olive Douglass and Mrs. 
Norman Taylor, all of Cape May. 

Mr. Douglass was born on a farm 
in Capo May County 51 years ago 
this November. He attended public 
schools in Cape May County and 
studied agriculture at Rutgers and 
Cornell universities, 1908 to 1912. 

Jlichael Dennis/ -;iy, I// 

M*chrel Dennis died on Saturday 
at Morganvillc. He resided at Mrs. 
Kennedy's welfare home there. Fu- 
neral services were held on Wed- 
nesday morning at 7 o'clock at the 1 
W. H. Freeman funeial home and j 
at 7;30 in St. Rose of Lima Catho- 
lic church with the Rev. Stephen ' 
Buidivas celebrating requiem mass.,' 
Interment was in the Freehold j 
Catholic cemetery. 



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i Obituary flotices. 



John Du^an, Sr. 

' John Dugan, Sr., aged 74 years, 
who formerly resided in Freehold 
for a number of years, but more 
recently resided at Neptune, died 
last Thursday. Funeral services 
were held on Saturday morning at 
the W. H. Freeman funeral home 
here and at the St. Rose of Lima 
Catholic church, where requiem 
mass was celebrated by the pastor. 
Rev. John 
was made 

I He is survived by two daughters, 
Mrs. Lester Clayton, ci Freehold; 
and Mrs. Peter Dailey, of New 
Brunswick: and four sons, Frank, 
Kenneth and Vincent,JS'^ptuje, and 
John, of Freehold. 



the Freehold Catholic 



William Duano 

kV'illiam Duane, 66 years 
Tuesday at his home n 



Col 



Neck. Funeral services will be he' 
at 8 o'clock on Friday morning ; 
his late home and at 9 o'clock 
St. Rose of Lima Catholic churc 
with the Rev. Fr. Donnelly, past, 
of Colts N;ck Catholic church, eel 
■brating requiem mass. Interrae 
will be in the Freehold Cathol 
cemetery in charge of W. H. Fre 



Mr 






>il 



old Stansfield, Freehold 
sister, Mrs. Catherine Bohl 
New York city. /t/'\ 

Miss Katherine A. Dugan j 

Miss Katherine A. Dugan of 705 
Main street. Toms River, died on 
Saturday night in the Presbyterian , 
hospital, in New York city, follow- 1 



long 



Funeral 



held Tuesda 



rning 
at 10:30 from her late home and at 

ill o'clock from Jt. Joseph's Catho- 

, lie church in Toms River, followed 
by interment in St. Joseph's ceme- 
tery, there, in charge of 'W. H. 
Freeman. 

Miss Dugan is survived by her 

I mother, Mrs. Thomas Dugan: three 
sisters. Miss Mar\- Dugan, at home: 
Miss Edna Dugan, New York city; 

1 Mrs. Edward Schwarz, Toms River; 

three brothers, Thomas H., Tom 
River; James, Long Branch, an 
Martin Dugan, New York city. 



Elias nick 

Elias Dick died last Friday at hi; 
home on First street. He was 6! 
years old. Funeral sen,-ices wen 
held Sunday morning at 11 o'clocl 
at the Synagogue with Rabbi Isa- 
dore Solomon officiating. Intermenl 
was in the Freehold Hebrew Bene- 
fit Society cemetery in charge o< 
W. H. Freeman. 

Mr. Dick is survived by his wife, 
Jennie. ^/'l,-^'^: 



E. F. DUBOI S DIES 

Druggist Succumbs After 
Long Illness 

Funeral services for Eugene F 
Dubois, aged 56 years, local drug- 
gist and one of the town's best 
known citizens, who died on Friday 
after a long illness, were held on 
Monday at 2 p. m. at his homo at 
41 Ccurt Street, with the Rev. W. 
L. Sahler, pastor of the Reformed 
church, officiating, assisted by the 
Rev. George G. Horn, pastor of the 
First Presbyterian church. Inter- 
ment was made in Maplewood 
cemetery by Funeral Director \V 
H. Freeman. 

Bearers included Mayor Peter F. 
Runyon, Dr. H. B. Duncan. A. E. 
Moreau. John Johnson, Arthur 
Eskew and Hari-y Soden. 



John 



Dubois 
Quebec, 



in St. 
to New 



Lchritter, druggis: 
house Square. Si 
Mr. Dubois becar 



and 



M. Give 



!r of the 
irtnership 
The part- 



late 



ith Ed 

irship lasted many years. 

After a number of years the bus 
rried on in a store i 
in hotel building, 



ness 



nd 



loca 



patent 



at 8 Court Stre 
Mr. Dubois re 
the manufacture of "Dumo," a li- 
quid coffee concentrate which was 

Mr. Dubois was president of E. F. 
Dubois and company and was a 
former member of the Beard of 
Education. He was an ardent fresh 



fishe 



and 



jby sportsmen throughout the state. 
He was instrumental in having 
Istreams in this vicinity stocked, 
I Mr. XHibois was an exempt fire- 
Iman and about 2.'i years ago sus- 
jtaincd a severe injury in a fall 
jfrom a fire truck that necessitated 
'the amputation of a leg. 
I He was a member of the local 
jElks Club. 

I He is survived by his wife, Mrs. 
Marion Hance Dubois: one daugh- 
iter, Mrs. John Venable, Trenton: a 
brcther, Charles. Lakeville, ,Conn.: 
and two sisters, Mrs. Louis May- 
nard and Mrs. Arthur Bessette, 
Montreal, Canada, i / ,2^-^ .^\ t 



land M 

iof Mrs 
lAmeric, 



John VonBargon of th 
1 hotel, were united i 
■iage at Alexandria, "Virgini; 
Sunday. They returned t 
lington, D. C, for their honc-\ 
L. Mr. Dacsncr is manager c 
American hotel hero. -^ _ / ■ 



I 1 



i Wedding Jiofes 

I Burt DuBuis 

I The First Presbyterian church 
I was the scene of a pretty early 
Fall wedding on Sunday afternoon 
:at 3 o'clock, when Miss Doris E 
Burt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H 
I Earl Burt of 36 Lincoln place, was 
j united in marriage to Francis A. 
iDuBois, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold 
jDuBois of R, D. 1. Dr. George G. 
I Horn, pastor, performed the cere- 

j McCue - - - Davis 

I Miss Mary Joan McCue, daugh- 

ot Mr. ana Mrs. Thomas E. Mc- 
Cue, Long Branch, was united in 

■riage to First Lt. Richard F. 

■is, of Aberdeen, Md., son of Dr. 
Mrs. Charles L. Davis, Batav- 
ia, N. y.. on Saturday at the rec- 
tory of Our Lady Star of the Sea 
church at Long Branch. The cere- 

ly was pertorjne^i 1^ the Rev. 
Leo M. Cox. 



^Mt 



W^ 



>n iViade by 



Kuo Dey 

nt has 1 
Mrs. Daisy Hann of Englishtown, I 
he recent marriage of her! 
daughter, Rhea Hann Rue, to Albert j 
Dey, also of Englishtown, at 
Alexandria, Va. 

Mrs. Dey is secretary to the 
Monmouth County Tax Board in 
Freehold. Mr. Dey operates a bak-j 



Last Dey I 

Mr. and Jlrs. William B. Last of 
East Freehold, announce the mar- 
riage of their daughter. Miss Flor- ! 
cnce Last, to Hany M. Dey, Jr., j 
3on of Harry M. Dey of Allentown, I 
it Alexandria, Va.. on Monday. The I 
tied by the 



Rev. Willi 
manse of 
at 3:30 p. 



Mcllwa 
Presbvt 



the 



V.illctt --- Davis 

/ A /pi-etty wedding took place on . 
Sunday at the home cf Mr. and I 
Mrs. R. S. Willett of Marlboro, 
when their daughter, Eleanor Vir- 
ginia, was united in marriage to 
Frederick LeRoy Davis, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. William F. Davis of Eng- 
lishtown. 

The ceremony was performed by 
the Rev. John A. Christensen, pas-| 
Presbyterian church at l 



\-^, 



McCormac 



^7 



A wedding of interest to a: 
ber of Freehold residents, was so- 
lemnized last Saturday afternoon, 
when Miss Mary T. McCormac 
Baughter of Mr. and Mrs. James R. 
McCormac of St. Albans, L. I., was 
united in mariage to Frank J. Don- 
Ion of Trenton. Mr. Donlon is di- 
rector of athletics at Rider College 
in Trenton, and has for several 
years served as chief counsellor at 
Camp Columbus at Eamber Lake, 

contact with many local people. 



.M lunch - - . Desmond ! 

James A. Desmond of Lone 

Br.anch, son of Mr. and Mrs. James 

P Desmond of Colts Neck, and 

. -MISS Gertrude C. Muench, daughter 

ofSp^irfle^i^^K^Twcre^u-nited' 

ed?t"".f■:lock^lstTa?u?d^^ane";: 
noon at St. James Catholic Chu ch 
of Springfield. Thev were iftp^n^? 
by Miss Eleanor Muench of Newark 
causm of the bride, and Willi: "^ 
Dugan of Long Branch. 



Villianx p. 



Davis - . - Dallie 

A quiet wedding took place on' 
Christmas Day, at the Presbyterian ' 
^^;3'''/i,^"="-''''°"'"' ^-hen Miss 
Mildred Dalke, daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. Walter Dalke of Englishtown 
became the bride of Robert Davis 
son of -Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Davis' 
a^so of EngI, = ::town. The ceremony ! 
was performed -• - • -■ - 

Robert II. Kucl 



Errickson Davles ' 

Miss Geraldine Perry Errickson 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter R 
Errickson of Point Pleasant, wai 
united in marriage to Dr. A. Rich- 
ard Davies, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Albert R. Davies, East Orange, at 
6:30 o'clock Friday night at the 
home of the bride's brother and 
sister-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. William 
C. Errickson, 3 Monument Park 
here. 

The ceremony was performed bv 
the Rev. John Townley, pastor n> 
the First Prcsby - 
Pleasant 



■ DiiBois 

Lirdge, daughte 



Burdge - 

Miss Ida Marit 
■of J. Monroe Burdgc of Jerscyv 
was united in marriage to Fred- 
crick B. DuUois, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Harold DuEois of Freehold, 
on Saturday night, at the Baptist 
parsonage, South Amboy, by the 
Rev. Walter W. Mininger, former 
pastor of the Ardena /Baptist 

Church. ,_j//.P/y^r 

Totten - - - Donafelly 
Miss Bernycc' L." Totten. daughter 
nd Mrs. James C. Totten of 
and John W. Donnelly, 



of Mr. 
Allentow 

son of Mr. and Mrs. John ... 

' nelly, Sr., of Trenton, were united 
In marriage on Wednesday, Octo- 
ber 12th. Rev. Charles H. Anderson 
of Allentown M. E. Church, per- 
formed the ceremony, at the home 
of the bride's parents in the pres- 
ence of the immediate familjei. 
The couple were attended by Miss 
Dorothy Sanders and J. Coleman 
Totten, brother of the bride, both I 
of Allentown. ...-,- , - 



5/ 



Ehrlen Dittmar 

Announcement is made of the 
marriage of Charles F. Dittmar, 
local attorney, of 128 Weat Main 
street, and Mi.ss Arabella Ehrlen of 
Langhorne, Pa. The ceremony wa.i 
performed on Sunday, July 17, at 
St. James Episcopal Church at 
Langhorne. 



Barkalow 

Miss Eleanor I 
ter of Mrs. Mary 
Throckmorton str 
marriage to And 
Mrs. Jessie Dale 



-Dale 



>^l 



A. Barkalow, of 6 | 



Sunda 



anage 



Obituary J^ot-ices.' 



Alexander J. DcUett 

Alexander J. Dcllett. aged 79 years, 
died on Saturday at his home at 
28 Parker Street. Funeral services 
were held from his late home on 
Tuesday afternoon, conducted by 
Rev. J. N. Pedrick, pastor of the 
Freehold M. E, Church. Interment 

I was made in Maplewood Cemetery 
in charge of Funeral Director W. H. 

I Freeman. 

He is survived by his Vs-ife, and 
one son. John, who lives at home. 
He was 79 years old, and was a re- 

I tired railroad conductor, baring 

I' served on the Freehold-Ma tawan 
line of the Central Railroad, for a 
great many years. He was an ac- 
i five member of the Red Men, who 
I honored him two years ago for hav- 
ing served for more than 25 years 



He 



als' 



j ber for more than 25 years in the i 
I local Masonic lodge, who presented ' 

him with a pin in recognition of the . 

length of his membership. Members 
I of the Masons held their ritual at 
I his home on Monday evening. 
I Mr. Dellett was born at Chats- 
I worth, in 1S58. the son of John Del- 
I lett and Marv McDonald. O/f/^o^ 

Charles Vanderveer DuBois I 

Charles Vanderveer DuBois died | 
on Tuesday night at the home of | 
his son, Joseph R. DuBois on the 
Manalapan road. Funeral services 
will be private, at the convenience j 
of the family. 

Besides the son mentioned, he is! 
survived by his wife, Mary Eliza- j 
beth DuBois; another son, Waylandj 
A. DuBois of Walpole, Mass.; two! 
brothers, William H. and John I. 
DuBois, both of Freehold; and five' 
grandchildren. Interment v/ill be ' 
i made by W. H. Freem.an. I 

' Mr. DuBois, of an old Monmouth 
County famiJy, was the son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Tunis Vanderveer DuBois. 
In 1896 he married Miss Mary Eliz- 
abeth Goldsmith. In the same year 
i he established a real estate busi- ' 
' ness here and was active until, 
November 5, 1936 when he was I 
struck by a car on Main Street 
here. He has resided with his son 
since the accident. Mr. and Mrs. 
DuBois celebrated their 50th wed-; 
ding anniversary on March 23, 1937. ' 

Marcy J. DuJBois 

Marcy J. DuBois, aged 69 vears, i 
died suddenly on Friday in Mont-' 
Clair. Funeral services were held '. 
on Monday from his home in Ruth-' 
erford and interment made in that 

Mr. DuBois was born on the Du- 
Bois homestead near Freehold, the 
son of Tunis Vanderveer and Mary 
Jane DuBois He was a former 
clerk in the Freehold postofflce. 

In 1SD8, he was a corporal in the 
Freehold Military Company, and 
served with it in the Spanish-Am- 
erican V.'ar, in the 3id Regiment, 
New Jersey National Guard Volun- 
teer Infanti-y. 

He is survived by his wife, Edith 
Wallace DuBois and three brothers 
—William H., John I., and Charles | 
V. DuBois, all of Freehold. \n_n . 



mi 



Thomas IL Ualey 

Thomas H. Daley, aged 58 years 
died on Sunday at his home in 
Jersey City. Hid body was removed 
to the home of his daughter. Mrs 
Edward J. Hunt at Manalapan' 
Funeral services were held this 
(Thursday) morning at 8 o'clock at 
the home of Mrs. Hunt, and at 9 
o'clock at St. Rose of Lima Catholic 
Church, where requiem mass was 
celebrated by the pastor. Rev. John 
A. Kucker. Interment was made 
in the Freehold Catholic Cemetery 
In charge of Funeral Director W 
H. Freeman. 

Mr. Daley is sun^ived by his wife 
nee Margaret Lamb; five sons and 
four daughters, Joseph, John Clar- 
ence, Thomas and Frederick Mrs 
Hunt and the Misses Edwardina' 
Agnes and Margaret Daley, all of 
Manalapan and Jersey City, also 
one brother, William of Windsor- 
and six sisters, Mrs, Stanley Fra- 
-~~. of Manalapan, Mrs. Catherire 
Coyne and Mrs. Sallv Donahue both 
of Lambcrtville; Miss Jane balev 
of Trenton, Mrs. Mary Levins o' 
Windsor, and Mrs, Daniel M. Mc- 
I Carthy of Secaucus. n_ / ^^•- 

3Irs. Bridget Daley. 

Mrs Bridget Daley, wife of John i 
H. Daley, died on Thursday morn- 



ing 



Clinton St 



following a long illness. Funeral 
services were held on Saturdav 
morning at St, Rose of Lima Cath- 
olic Church, where requiem mass 
S"^ ,<=«'<:'^'-a'<;d by Rev. James 
t^hiid, assistant pastor. Inter-iient 
was made in the Freehold 'catholic 
Cemetery in charge of Funeral Di- 
rector W. H. Freeman. 
^ Besides her husband, Mrs. Daley' 
13 survived by four daughters, the 
Misses Julia and Anna, at home- 
Mrs. Joseph Monahan, of Clinton 
Street, and Mrs. William Potter of 
Bowne Avenue; two sons, Thomas' 
Daley of Bowne Avenue; and Peter' 
Daley of New Brunswick; and one j 
brother, Austin Collins of Mechanic 

j sirs. Millie Donahay 

I Mrs. Millie Eonahay, aged 65 
I years, widow of George Donahay of 
j Hamilton, died suddenly last Fri- 
Jday evening, following a heart at- 
tack. Funeral services were held 
on Tuesday afternoon from the 
, home of her son, Everett Donahay 
I at Hamilton, and later at the Ham- 
ilton Church. Interment w-as made 
in Glendola Cemetery, in charge of 
Funeral Director C, H. T. Clayton 
& Son of Adelphia. Mrs. Donahay 
was a member of the Glendola 
Grange, the Daughters of America 
of Glendola, a member of the Glen- 
dola Church, and president of the 
Ladies Aid Society there.^ a 

WillianTBTlDaiis '' 

William B. Davis, aged 75 years,! 

died at his home at Whitesville ' 
I early Friday morning. Funeral ser-i 

vices were held at the Whitesville! 
|M. E. Church, on Monday after- i 
; noon, conducted by Rev. Leon Mar- 1 
. torano, of Whitesville. Interment ! 
jwas made in Whitesville Cemetery 
I by Funeral Director C. H. T. Clay- 
1 ton & Son of Ad.-lj.hii. 
Mr. Da VI , 

Mrs. An.-. I . 

.sisters. .M; 

Tillie Mill, i, , 

all of th. 'vin 



w 



vifc. 



■'isw- 



JOHN V. DENISE DEAD 

One-Time Prominent Free- 
hold Business Man 

John V. Denise, aged 65 years, 
died on Wednesday mornins at h 
home at 42 Broadway, following 
long illness. Funeral services wi 
■ be held on Saturday afternoon £ 
1 2 o'clock at his late home with 
Rev. W. L. Sahler, pastor of the 
I Reformed Church, officiating. Inter- 
I ment will be made in Maplewood 
I Cemetery in charge of Funeral 
j Director W. H. Freeman. 
I llr. Denise was born on the De- 
I nise homestead at Tennent, the son 
j of Sidney Denise and Sarah Jane 
I Vanderveer Denise. In June, 1897, 
he married Carolyn C. Buck. On 
April 1, 1900, he established a 
plumbing business and paint and 
I stove store at 14-16 West Main 
I Street, with the late William T. 
1 Buck. Later he purchased Mr. 
■Ruck's interest in the business. 

Mr. Denise was a member of the 
Freehold Military Company (Vred- 
-nburgh Rifles) which was muster- 
ed into the Spanish-American War 
• on May 2, 1S9S, as Company 
d Regiment, New Jersey Na- 
tional Guard, Volunteer Infantry, 
th which he served as corporal 
Pompton Lakes where for six 
I months they were guarding the 
|Lanin and Rand Powder Works,! 
and at Athens, Ga.. to prepare to 
go to Cuba. ! 

He is survived by his wife, Mrs 
Carolyn B. Denise; three brothers. 
Garret A. and Charles H. Denise, of 
Freehold, and W. Edgar Denise of; 
Rod Bank; one sister, Mrs. Geprg.e! 
K. Heyer of Madison, 5/<V/5y 

George K. Duncan. | 

■ George R, Duncan, aged 46 ; 
I years, manager of the Freehold I 
I branch of the J. D. Johnson plumb- 
I ing supply Co., at 56 Bowne Ave- 
I nue, died on Thursday afternoon at 

his home on Haines Avenue, Ber-' 
jiin, N. J. Mr. Duncan had attend-' 

ed a football game, and complain-! 
! ed of feeling ill when he arrived ' 
I home. A doctor was called, but he i 



OBITUARY Ni 



TICES. 



rt til 



later from heart ; 
11. D6rr>Dg4'd 



Mrs. Ru.'sell Ripley Dorr of 
I Ocean Grove, widely known for her 

1 Saturday. About 1892 in St. Paul, 



she 



formii 



lateur orchestra that 
was the nucleus of the great Min- 
j ncapolis Symphony Orchestra. She 
j was active in the National Federa- 
tion of Mu.5ic clubs sei-ving as sec- 
retary, treasurer and historian and 
of the Minnesota Federation of Wo- . 
man's Clubs. " ' ■ - ' 



i±2^ 



I-esUe narrow j 

Leslie Darrow, aped 31 years, died | 
at the State Hospital at Marlboro, I 
on Sunday. His body was removed; 
to the home of his mother, Mrs.' 
Jessie Dnrrow of New Milford. Pa.. 
where funeral services were held 
on Wednesday, followed by inter-' 
"'""* ""■"" '" charge of Funeral 
f Frce- 
in by 



Sirs. Jane L. Darby. 

Mrs^ Jane L. Darby, died last 
Thursday at her home at Atlantic 
Highlands. She is sur%ived bv 
three daughters. Mrs. Edward Giv- 
ens of Freehold, Mrs. J. L. Scul- 
thorpe of Atlantic Highlands and 
Mrs. Charles Glidewell of Warren 

Th"n '"^W'^r '"° ^°''=- AIon"o" 
Thomas Darby of Highlands and 
Philip Darby of New York. -.■._7-' 

Mrs. DelUah J. Davison. ! 

Funeral services for Mrs. Delilah 
J. Davison, 83, widow of Zachary 
Davison, of South Amboy, who died 
on Sunday at the home of her 
daughter, Mrs. Joseph W. Fox of 
Red Bank, were held on Wednesdav 
< at 1:30 p. m. at the Fox home, with 
I the Rev. H. J, Lane, pastor of the 
Baptist Church of Red Bank, offi- 
ciating. Interment was made in 
Maplewood Cemetery, Freehold bv 
I Funeral Director ■^^^ A. Woolley of 
' Long Branch, 

She was born in Manalapan, the! 
daughter of the late John A. 'and 
Charlotte Chceseman Forman. 
Besides the daughter mentioned 
I she is survived by another daughter, 
I Mrs. Arthur Hulse of South Amboy. 
j with whom she made her home: 
I three sons. John F. and Harrv B. 
I Davison of Long Branch and "wil- 
lliam I. Davison of New York: ten 
[grandchildren and one great-grand- 
; child; a sister, Mrs. Lydia Farrell, 
j Perrineville. / ; / 



V^f 



Leflferts Dashiell Dead 

I Lefferts Mason Dashiell, aged 64. 
I treasurer of the Rockefeller Foun- 
jdation, with which hewas associQ- 
1 ed for over 20 years, and a former 
I secretary to John D. Rockefeller, 
j Jr., died on Monday at his home at 
Fair Haven. He was a member of 
I Old Tennent Church. ^ , . . 

Dr. Lemuel Evan Davies 

Dr. Lemuel Evan Davies, aged 70 
years, a former resident of Matk- 
n^K,' ,:, °" Friday in Coral 
Funeral se'r^-ic'es " wer'e""'' *"""" 
, Tuesday at the Fi^st" Methodui'? 
John^N "', -^I="=^«'^° ^-"h the Rev.. 
1 Jonn l^aylor, pastor, and Rev Eli- 
Ijah F. Reed, a former pastor offi- 
ciating. Interment wa<i mario at 
!01d Tennent Cemetery. ", 

While living in Matav.an he was 
active in civic and social affairs, 
being a member of the board of 
^flv^'u °'-g='"i«'- ot the Matawan 
public health as.socIatloTi. inspecto- 
in the public schools and responsi- 
ble for the establishment of the 
school's dental clinic. 

He was a member of many 
lodges, several professional socie- 
ties and of the First Methodist 
Episcopal church and treasurer of 
the board of trustees. 

He was a graduate of Penning-' 
ton Seminary and Hahnemann' 
Medical College, Philadelphia < 

Survivors include his wife, Mrs.' 
Julia Blake Davies; three children, 
Mrs. Dorothy E. Robinson of Co- 
ral Gables, Mrs. Mary F Becker 
of Miami Beach, Fla., and Van Da- 
vies of Red Bank; a sister. Miss 
Ann Davies of Freehold} also three' 
grandchildren. - . „ />i(v 



Obituary ]\[otices. 



Frank B. UuBois 

Frank B. DuBois, aged 67 years, 
of 57 Broad Street, died early Sat- 
urday morninp at Fitkin hospital. 
Funeral services were hold at his 
late, home on Monday afternoon, 
with Rev. A. L. Linder of the First 
Baptist Church, oHlciatinEr. Inter- 
ment was niade in Maplewood Cem- 
eter>' in charge of Funeral Director 
W. H. Freeman. 

Mr. DuBois is survived by his 
wife, Mrs. Helen Hunt DuEois: one 
daughter, Mrs. Mary D. Lambert- 
son, of Manalapan Avenue; one son, 
J. Stanley DuBois of Manasquan; 
and one sister, Mrs. Har."/ Taylor, 
of the Freehold-Jerseyvillc Road. 

He was born on June 7, 1871, the 
Eon of Livingston and Mary Hunt 
DuBois, on his fathers farm on the 
Manalapan road. After attending 
the local schools and Peddie School 
at Hightstown, he assumed the op- 
eration of the farm. Later he went 
into the farm machinery business, 
with his store, first on Court Street 
on the site of the present parking 
lot, and later on South Street. He 
sold out in 1910 to T. G. Rowe. He 
then became a salesman for a farm! 
machinery firm, and later combined 
that with selling automobiles. 

Peter Deurrerline i 

Peter Deurrerline, aged 83 years,! 
a retired icsident of Amity ville, L. ' 
L, died suddenly on Saturday night | 
in an over-night cabin in Howell I 
Township. Death was attributed toj 
acute heart trouble by Dr. W. H. 1 
Hartfnan, County Physician, who 
gave permission for removal of the i 
body to the \V. H. Freeman funeral! 
home, here. I 

Funeral services were held on 
Wednesday afternoon at his late' 
home in Amityville, followed by in-' 
terment in Amit>-ville cemetery by 
Director Freeman. I 



I Miss Elizabeth Dan.ser | 

Miss Elizabeth Danser of 1 Broad i 
Street, died on Tuesday after a I 
short illness. Funeral services will) 
be held this (Thursday) afternoon' 
at 2 o'clock at the W. H. Freeman 
funeral home on East Main Street, 
with Rev. George G. Horn, pastor 
o' the Presbyterian Church, officiat- 
ing. Interment -will be made in 
Maplewood Cemetery by Director 
Freeman. She is survived by her 
mother, Mrs. Lillian Danser, with 
whom she lived; and tv,-o brothers, 
Harold of Cambridfre, Mass., and 
Stanley Danger of Rpchester, N. Y. 



Mrs. Laura Demaze 

Mrs. Laura Demaze. aged 73 
ears, died on Monday night at her I 



ITov 



for 



50 ye 



of Wall I 
irs. Fu- 1 



I neral scrvi 

! (Thursday) afternoon at 2:30 at 
the Wall M. E. church, with Rev. 
Albert Adams, officiating. Inter- 
ment will be made in Glendola cem- 
etery in charge of Funeral Direc- 
tor C. H. T. Clayton & Son of Adel- 
phia. She is survived by four sis- 
ters, Mrs. Anna Roop, Mrs. Chris- 



Mr 



Mary E. Ne 



man, all of Belmar; and Mis. 
ma J. Brown of Asbury Park; 
ane brother, Winfleld Dangle 



Tetcr V. U.-Uej j 

i'.^ter V. Daley, aged 47 vears, a 
native of Freehold, died on Thurs- 
day morning at his home at 203 
Lawrence Avenue, New Brunswick. 
Funeral services were held on Sat- 
urday morning, at Sacred Heart R. 
C. church there, where requiem 
mass was celebrated. Interment 
was made in the Freehold Catholic 
cemetery in charge of Funeral Di- 
rector W. H. Freeman of Freehold. 

Mr, Daley is survived by his wife, 
nee Sadie Dugan of Freehold; three 
sons and two daughters, Leo, Law- 
rence, John, Marie and Thelma. all 
at home; his father, John Daley; 
three sisters, Mrs. William Potter, 
and the Misses Julia and Anna 
Daley, and one brother, Thomas 
Daley, all of Freehold. 



William E.. Donson 

William E. Donson, aged SO ye 
died at Miami hospital. Ohio, 
Sunday, Sept. 4. Interment 
made in Woodlawn cemete:-\' 



Dav 



Ohi( 



Mr. Donson was born in Xenia 
Ohio. He married Marv Barkalow 
Vanderveer (daughter of William 
Conover Vanderveer and Eliza Du- 
Bois, daughter of Benjamin I. Du- 
Bois. William C. Vanderveer was 
an uncle of David V. Pcrrine of 
Freehold). 

Mr. Donson served two terms as 
a State Representative about 1920. 
He was a member of Davton Lodge 
F. & A. Masons; Unity Chapter. 
Reese Council, Reed Commandery. 
Ancient Scottish rite and Antioch 
Temple Shriner. He -n-as a mem- 
ber of Central Reformed church at 
I Dayton. Ohio. 

WiUiam DUatush ; 

William Dilatush, aged about 69 ! 
years, died suddenly on Tuesday 
morning at his home at JersejTille, 
following a heart attack. Funeral 
services will be held on Friday af-l 
ternoon at 2 o'clock at the C. H. T.I 
Clayton & Son funeral home at 
Adelphia, with Rev. Randolph Hul- 
sart of Jerseyville, officiating. In- 
terment will be made in Maple- 
wood cemetery. Freehold, by Direc- 
tor Clayton. 

Mr. Dilatush, who has been a 
well-known farmer in the Jersey- 
ville section for a number of years, 
is survived by his wife, nee giiza- 
beth Hall; ithree daughters, Mrs 
Merritt B. Lamson and Mrs. Eari 
Dix, of Freehold; and Mrs. John 
B. Mount of Marlboro; and two 
brothers. Holmes Dilatush of Jer- 
seyville, and Howard Dilatush of 
Asbury Park. 

I Michael Dailey 

Michael Dailcy, aged 67 years 
died on Sunday at the State Hos- 
pital at Marlboro. Funeral services 
were held on Tucsd.iy mornin^ at 
8:30 o'clock at the W. H. Freeman 
funeral homo on East Main street 
and at 9 o'clock at St. Rose of Lima 
Catholic church, where requiem 
mass was celebrated by Rev. James 
Child, assistant pastor. Interment 
was made in the Freehold Catholic 
cemetery, by Director Freeman. 

Mr Dailey is survived by his 
wife, Mrs. Mary Dailey, of Keans- 
burg, and one sister. Miss Anna 
Da.Ioy of Denver, Colorado. The 
late James Dailey of Hudson street 
was also a brother. He foimerlv re- 
sided in Freehold, l.cfoic ino'vin , 
to Kr:inshuig. i "~ 



H 



Weddins Noles 

Crawford Davison 

Miss Dorothy Crawford of Mill- 
town, and Albert Davison, son of 
Mrs. Jennie Davison of Gravel 
Hill, were united in marriage on 
I Saturday at Milltown. After a trip 
to Washington. D.C., they will re- 
side at Milltown. 



Baynton DeLanoy 

Miss Doris J. Bayntcn, daughter 
of Mrs. Harold H. Baynton of Red 
Eank. and William Kortrey of Mur- 
ray street, here, was united in mar- 
riage to J-cton Evan DeLanoy, Jr., 
son of Mr. and Mrs. DeLanoy of 

iRed Bank, on Sunday afternoon, in 
the First 'Methodist church. Red 

' Bank. Tlie ceremony was perform- 

I ed hy the pastor,. Rev. Kenneth R. 

iperinchief. J/j^l^X^ 
Hancock — TJanser 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry David Han- 
cock o! Scarsdale, N. Y., announce 
the marriage of their daughter, 
Margaret Elizabeth, to Harold Wes- 
ley Danser, Jr., of Cambridge. Mass., 
on Saturday. May 20 at Scarsdale. 
They will be at home after July 1, 
at Nc~ 10 Lancaster Street, Cam-i 
bridge. Mr. Danser is the grand- 
son of Mrs. J. Wesley Danser of 
No. 1 Broad Street, r" _ .y r- _/j; 

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Btu-ns - - - Dore 'I 

I In an attractive wedding, Miss, 

iRita Katherine Burns, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Burns of VI-, 

! Henry Street, was united in mar-1 
riage to William A. Dore, son of j 

! Mr. and Mrs. James Dore of 54 
Wayne Avenue, on last Saturday 
morning at 9 o'clock in St. Rose 
of Lima Catholic church. The cere- 
mony was performed and the nup- 
tial mass was ofiered by_the Rev. 
John A. Kucker. pastor.^ j^^ 

j Hertzberg Demaln 

i A quiet wedding took place on 
i Sunday at the home of Mr. and 
'Mrs. Herman Gelbcr in English- 
town, when Miss Harriet Hertzberg 
of Rochester, N. T.. and Benjamin 
Dem.ain of Brooklvn. were united 
in marriage by Rabbi H. Levine. . 
A "dinner reception" will be held 
next Sunday at Kaplan's resort on 
the Old Bridge road, pear English- 
town. ^__3y' '' T--^Q 



Mrs. Lill; 



Pine Daley | 

Louise A. Pme. daughter of i 
'ine of 36 Broad- i 



ted 



age to 



Technician Sergeant John Leo 
Dailey, son of Mr. and Mrs. John 
Dailey of 90 Randolph street, on 
Sunday aftcrntson at 2.15 oclock at 
the home of the bride's mother. The 
ceremony was performed by Rev. 
William L. Sahlcr, ])astor of the 
Reformed Church, in the presence 
of about thirty relatives. 

The bride wore an aqua blue gab- 
ardine suit, with coj-responding 
oessories and a corsage of white 
roses and forget-me-nots. 

Mis. M. Stanley Pine of Middle 



bus 



of 



She wore 
orresponding 



I Obituary plotices. 

Mrs. Emma S. Dey I 

Mrs. Emma S. Dey. aped 79 years. ; 
wife of Harvey A. Dey of 101 Broad i 
Street, died on Tuesday evening at! 






fun 



vices will be held on Friday after- 1 
noon at 2:30 o'clock at the W. H. 
Freeman Funeral Home, and will 
be conducted by Rev. D. Roe Haney. 
pastor of Calvary M. E. Church of 
Kcyport. Interment will be made 
in Old Tennent Cemetery by Direc- 
tor Freeman. 

Mrs. Dey was born near English- 
town, the daughter of the late 
Elijah Suydam and Caroline Magee 
Suydam. She married Mr. Dey 52 
years ago, and they have Ijved 
Freehold ever since. 



fn 



Mrs. Florida Stiff Dey 

Mrs. Florida Stiff Dry, 63, died at 
!!■ home with her daughter and 
n in law, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 
Jrtt, Harrison Avenue, English- 
wn, early Thursday morning af- 
r a prcionged illness. 
Widow of the late Luther Dey, 
e is a daughter of the late Henry 
iff and Sarah Dennison Stiff. 
She is survived by three children 



bJ 



fori 



Mrs 



Mrs. Oliver Soden of Jamesburg 
'and Corp. William F. Emmons of the 
j U S. Army. There are three sisters, 
I Mrs. Cynthia Southwick of Janies- 
jburg. Mrs. Frances Stillwell of 
Plainfield, Mrs. Jessie Hausman cf 
Jamesburg and four brothers: 
1 Harry Stiff of Old Bridge, William 
I r,tm of Plainsboro. Edward Stiff of 
I Perth Amboy and Charles Stifr of 
'pay Head. 

! Funeral services were held or. 
I Sunday, August 9, from her home at 
' 2 p. m.. and at the Presbyterian 



rch ; 



vhei 



a member. Rev. John A- Christen- 
sen, paster, officiated. 

Interment was under the direction 
of J. Laird Hulse, Englishtown 



jlishtown. 



; Mrs. Francis K. Dav 

I Mrs. Francis R. Davison, aged 91 
years, widow of James R. Davison, 

' died on Tuesday at the home of 
her daughter, Mrs. James VanKirk, 



37 Bov 



eral 



•ill be 



held tomorrow 

n, at 2 o'clock, at t 

daughter and at 2 



Fri- 



j day) after 
j home of 1 

' Rev. A. C. Polhemus of Whitesville, 

[ si.-ited by Rev. J. N. Pedrick. ' the 
i pr.esent pastor. Interment will be 
in Old Tennent cemetery by C. H. T. 
Clayton & Son of Adelphia. 

Besides the daughter mentioned, 
she is survived by two other 
daughters, Mrs. Phineas Potter of 
Trenton, and Mrs. Harry Martin of 
Hightstown; four sons, Sylvanus of 
Englishtown, Harvey of Cranbury, 
Frederick of Hightstown, and Rich- 
ard G. of Trenton; two sisters, Mrs. 
Hcttie Schanck of Trenton, and 
Mrs. Mary Hughes of Princeton; 
also eighteen grandchildren, twenty- 
three great-grandchildren, and five 
grcat-great-grandchildren. 

Mrs. Davison was born in South 
Brunswick Township on Nov. 17,' 
1847, the daughter of Sylvanus Dav-: 
ison and Ellen Hulse. , , i 



»', lli WIIWiA«iLW 



MUnntlHR 



■ ._ _. .,., Dey Mansion, 

George \Yashineton used the home of Colonel 
Theunis Dey at Preakncss, in Passaic County, as 
his headquarters from July 1 to July 29, 17S0, and • 
again from October 8 to November 1, 1780, while 
the Colonial troops -were encamped in the hills of 
Totowa near the Passaic River. This interesting 
old structure is a part of the Passaic County park 
system and can be reached by turning oflF U. S. 



, Obituary jNotices. 



JUSOIS DEAD 



Served Town 40 Yc 



,::i:.i K. DuBois of 8 Henry 
died on Monday at the Mon- 
'. Menu-ial hospital, having 
taken there on Saturday. He 
1 ye^iis old on that day, hav- 
tcn bjin in ilarlboro town,- 
m Fcbruai-y 9th, 1851, the son 
nio B. and Maiy Concver Du- 
Ho faiiiied for several years 
::r.-.c to Freehold in 1893. He. 
ui^cri-itcndcnt of the streets 
! Borouah of Freehold for 40 






He was : 



ried i 



five 
Mar- 



FaneiU services v,-ill be held 
this afternoon ut 2 o'clock, at the 
Freeman funeral home on East 
Main street with the Rev. William- 
■ L. Sahler. pastor of the Freehold- 
i Reformed church, officiatingr. Inter- 



-111 be in Maplewood cemo-, 



tci-y. 



■^A/~' 



Preakncss 

Rout 



V4/2? 



: Mount-im \*iew The ^one itit; en 
was built in 17-tO by Colonel Dey, who served bs 
Commander of the Bergen County regiment of the 
New Jersey militia in the Revolutionary War. He 
also represented Bergen County in the Legislature 
several terms between 1761 and 17S3. Preakness a: 
that time was a part of Bergen County. 

iVra Jrrsiy CouncU. Stall House. Tr,r.!;n 

Mrs. Mary E. Thompson DiiBols 

Mrs. Mary E. Thompson DuBois. 
aged 81 years, widow of J. Van- 
Nest DuBois, of Broad Street, died 



on Wednesday at Fitk 


n hospital. 


Fune 


ral services were 


held Satur- 


day 


afternoon at the •( 


V. H. Free- 




funeral home on 


East Main 


Strec 


t, -R'ith Rev. W. I^ 


Sahler, pas- 


tor 


of the Freehold 


Reformed 


chur 


:h, officiating. Int 


erment -R-as 


made in Maplewood c 


emetery by 


Dire 


tor Freeman. M 


s. DuBois, 


who 


was the daughter 


of the late 


Mr. 


and Mrs. Sidney Thon-.pson of 


Wcs 


Freehold, is s 


irvived by 


niece 


3 and nephews. 




Sh 


' was an active member of the 


Refo 


rmed church, and 


a former 




ber of the Cecilia 


n, and Wc- 


man 


s Clubs. // 


/'27?9 



John normod.v ' 

John Dormody. aged 
died on Monday night at 



(Thu 






8.30 o'clock at the W. H. Freeman 
j funeral home on East Main Street, 
I and at 9 o'clock at St. Rose of Lima 
I Catholic church, where requiem 
mass was celebrated by the pastor. 
Rev. John A. Kucker. Interment 
was made in the Freehold Catholic 
I cemetery in charge of Funeral Di- , 
[rector Freeman. Besides the bro 
ther mentioned, he Is survived by' 
two other brothers, Hugh, of Endi- 
jcott, N. Y., and Thomas, in Wash- 
[ington. He is .a retired member of 
I the police department of New York j 



ed In 



for 



jinh, 



of 



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X ' 



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David Demarest Hou«e, River Edge 

Early Dutch pioneers, building homes in North- 



ew Jersey, sought to make them like their old 
homes in Holland. Such a house is the tiny old 
David Demarest Home in River Edge, just off New 
Jersey route No. 4 near Bergenfield in Bergen 
County. It is believed that the house was built 
about 16S6. There h.is been little change except the 



U do 



b...Iding of two 

•lasonry of brown stone is of the irregi 
•narked off by white mortar. David's wi 
the house and was buried on land near: 
Mcame the French Cemetery. The hou 
d now on week-ends by a group c 

Vnc Jasey CqukcU. Stau He 



Youth Drowns When 
Boat Overturns 

Three Companions Swim 
Ashore 

Charles L. DeCesare, 18, of 1317 j 
Washington Street, Asbury Park, [ 
■who had been enjoying a picnic at 
Lalse Topanemus, Saturday, with' 
fellGW workers of the United Sheep- 
lined Clothing Company of Long j 
Branch, drowned while swimming j 
to shore with three companions af- 
ter their rowboat overturned. 

DeCesare, -who -was born in As-| 
bury Park, was the sen of Mr. and, 
Mrs Costantino DeCesare. Besides 
iis parents, DeCesare is survived! 
by three brothers. Michael, of Mor- 
ristown: Ralph, of Asbury Park, 
and Vincent, at home: two sisters, 
Mary and Julia, at home, and a 
grandaunt, Mrs. Margaret Querra. , 
He was a member of the Holy Name ; 
locietv of Mr. Carmel Roman ^ 
Catholic church, Asbury Park. | 

Walter nalik 

Walter Dalik, aged 59 years, died 
jOn Thursday night at his home at 
Englishtown. Funeral services were 
; held on Mnnday morning from his 
jlate home, and at 9 o'clock at St. 
iRose ot Lima Catholic church here, 

I celebrated. Interment was made 
[in the Freehold Catholic cemetery 
lin charge of Funeral Director Rich- 
•ard -S'anSant. 

! Mr. Dalik is survived by his 
wife. Mary: seven daughters, Hel- 
en, Dorothv, and Mary, at home; 
Mrs. Robert Davis, Englishtown; 



m^ 



John T. neBow 



■s. Ormand Tilton. Helmctta; 
:s. Horvfv Petty, Jamesburg; 
d Mrs. Wiiliam Jacobs. Fruohold; 
reo sons. Joseph, Custer, and Wal- 



i^^^/jii 



Funeral 
Bow, 73 y( 

n'orning t 
Mills. 



his 



fter 



ces for John T. De- 
who died on Sunday 
home at Jacksons 
long illness, were 



held yesterday, at r:30 p. m., at his 
late residence, and at 3 o'clock at 
the Harmony Methodist church. 
The Rev. William B. Magsam, pas- 
ter, officiated. Interment was made 
in Harmony Cemetei-y by C. H. T. 
Clayton and Son of Adelphia. 

Mr. DeBow was born in Davis- 
ville. near New Egypt, and lived all 
of his life ih that section. He was 
the son of Thomas and Phoebe 
Hankins DeEow. 

He was a member cl the Daugh- 
ters of Liberty lodge, Pride of 
Charter Oake III; and of the Jr. 
O. U. A. M. "Charter Oak Council. 

He is survived by his wife. Mrs. 
Ethel Hendiickson DeBow; three 
sens, Glenn A. and Bertram, both 
of Lakewood, and Daniel V. De-j 
Bow, Trenton; a sister, Mrs. Jennie] 
I-oveland, Beach Have/; and flvej 
grandchildren. / 



/V^.^l 



Sllchael Daly 

Michael Daly, aged 77 years, 
former resident of Keyport, died i 
Tuesday at the Welfare Home 
Briar Hill. His body was remov 



;to 



Home on East Main Street. Funeral 
I services were held from the Home 
ahis (Thursday; morning at eight; 
; o'clock and at eight-thirty o'clock | 
I at St. Rose cf Lima Catholic cliurch, i 
Iwith Rev. James Child, assi.'^tant 1 
I pastor, celebrating requiem mass. 
; Interment was made in the Free-i 
;hold Catho.lic Cemetery in charge of ( 
[Director Freen 
I by or 
lot Yonkcrs, 



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rol 



i Obituary flotices. 



Mrs. Ma 



Dug 



Dt John 



forn 



hold, died on Saturday morning at , 
her home at i::3 Sixth Avenue, 
Neptune. Funeral services were 
held on Tuesday morning at nine 
o'clock at the Church of the As- 
cension, Bradley Beach, with the 
pastor, Rev. John OHara celebrat- 
ing requiem mass. Interment was 
made in the Freehold Cathoiic 
cemetery in charge of Funeral Di- 
rector W. H. Freeman. ' • 

She is survived by the following 
sons and daughters: John, Vincent 
and Kenneth, at home; Frank, Nep- 
tune; Mrs. S.^die Dailey, New 
Brunswick; Mrs. Lester Clayton, 
Manasquan; and Mrs. William' Ma- 
Thomas Donahje and Mrs. James 
Braney, of Red B?,nk. and Mrs. Ella 
Brennan of Newark: and two bro- 
thers, Michael OHara of Marlboro, 
and Philip 0'Ha:a of Farmingdale. 

The family lived on Throckmor- 
ton Street here for a number of 
years, but moved to Neptune about 
20 years ago. j/^l^^y 

Katherine Di/gan 

Mrs. Katherine Dugan, widow of 
James W. Dugaii. died on Tuesday 
night at her home at Eradevelt. 
Funeral services will be held at 9 

I o'clock at her Lite residence and at 
10 o'clock at St. Gabriel's Catholic : 

I Church with Rev. John Horan ' 
officiating. Interment will be j 
made in St. Gabriel's cemetery by i 
W. H. Freeman. ! 

She is survived by three sons, i 
William Dugan, Wickatunk; Frank I 
Dugan, Marlboro, and Eugene' 
Sullivan, New York City; also two I 



John J. Dugan I 

John J. Dugan died at his home 
at 7 Avenue A, on Tuesday evening. 
Funeral services will be held on 
Friday morning at 8:30 o'clock 
from the home of his daughter-in- 
law, Mrs. Mable Dugan at 5 Haley 
Street, and at 9 o'clock at St. Rose 
of Lima Catho'.ic Church, where 

! requiem mass will be celebrated. 

'interment will be made in the Free- 

j hold Catholic Cemetery in_ charge 

I of Funeral Dii 



W. H. Fri 



He is survived by his wife, nee 
Julia E. Curley; three sons and one 
daughter, Vincent J., George II., J., 
Eugene, and Miss Grace Dugan, all 
of Freehold: two sisters. Mrs. Mary 1 
Hardy of Cults Neck, and Mrs. Jane 1 
Queeney of Freehold, and five I 
grandchildren. | 

Until his retirement about six. 
months ago, ho was caretaker ofj 
Boxwood Hall, the Morris estate at j 
Monument Park, for the past 20 
years. For 20 years prior to that, 
employed at the Joseph 



Brakeley Canne 



n^ery^re^^^ 



Mrs. Estolla Dorn 

Mrs. Estclla Dorn, widow of Hen- 
ry Dorn, and mother of the late 
Mrs. Ruth Pitman, who was boro 
clerk of Avon for over 20 years, 
died suddenly on Monday at her 
home, 342 Washington street, Avon. 
She was 62 years old. Funeral ser- 
vices will be held this afternoon, 
(Thursday) at 2:30 at her late home, 
with the Rev. George Whitehead, 
pastor of the Avon Methodist 
church, of which she was a mem- 
ber, officiating. Interment will be 
in Glendola Cemetery by C. H. T. 
Clayton and Son. 

Mrs. Dorn is sun-ived by a son, 
Albert K. Dorn of Avon and one 
brother, Arthur Schlosser of Roches- 



c DaVIe ' ' 



Mrs. Katherine 

I Mrs. Katheiine Davie, wife of 
i William Davie of Philadelphia, died 
1 on Thursday night at the Presby- 
jterian Hosp'ital, Philadelphia. Fu- 
I neral ser\'ice3 were held on Mon- 
day morning at 8:30 at the Free- 
man Funeral Home, here, and at 9 
I o'clock at St. Rose of Lima Catho^ 
i lie Church. Interment was made in 
the Freehold Catholic Cemetery by 
'. Director Freeman. , 

1 Besides her husband, Mrs. Davie' 



is survived by 
.Helen Adams, a 
A. Robert Kehs 
Monahan, troth 



jhte 



Miss 
, Mrs. 
; Ella 



John V.'im.im Dolah 

John William Dclan, who former- 
ly lived at Pleasant Grove, near 
VanHiseville. died on Wednesday] 
of last week, at Flushing, Long Is- 1 
land, where he resided. Funeralj 
services were held in Flushing, on 
Saturday. The body was brought j 
to the Pleasant Grove Church, onj 
Sunday, and after being viewed by! 
friends, burial was made in the ad-: 
joining cemetery by Funeral Direc- 
tor Simms of Flushing, with Pu-I 
neral Director C. H. T. Clayton 
Son of Adelphia, making 
rangements here. ■'' /A, , 



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Thomas Donahxje j 

Thomas Donahue, aged 81 years, | 
died on Sunday at his home at 16f5 
Branch Avenue. Red Bank. Funeral 
services were held on Wednesday 
morning at St. James Catholic 
church there, where requiem mass 
was celebrated. Interment was 
made in St. Gabriel's cemetery a' 
Bradevelt, in charge of Funeral 
Director W. H. Freeman. CJ I j ^ \Cj 

Mrs. Josephine Disque [ 

Mrs. Josephine Disque, aged 74 
years, a former resident of Rum- 
' son, died on Tuesday afternoon at 
the Welfare Home at Briar Hill. 
Her body was removed to the W. H. 
I Freeman funeral home on East 
IMain Street and prepared for bur-' 
lial. Funeral services will be held, 
on Saturday afternoon at the home 1 
of her son in Hoboken, followed by | 
I burial in Flower Hjll cemeteiy, at, 
_!North Bergen. / ^y ^^ -7 j 

George E. Dannorden 

George E. Dannorden, a former 
resident of Neptune, died on Sun- 
day at the Welfare Home. hero. 



fid ( 



Tuc 



day afternoon 



W. H. Free- 



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-K 



\t 



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The Hermit 

ong the places of historic interest in Bergen 
•v,"one ot" the most outstanding is the old 
en at Huhokiis, considered by many archi- 
to be one of the finest examples of English 
c architecture in the country. Before the 
e of the ISth century, the Hermitage was 
ied by Captain Philip De Visme, who in 1746 
pd Anne Stillwell Bal^w, mother of Theo- 
Eartow, who in 1763 married Colonel 
ist. He was killed in the West Indies in 1777 
n 17S2 Mrs. Provost married Aaron Burr in 



age at liohokus 



Obituary >Iotices. 



Mrs. Sophia M. Drcyer 

Mrs. Sophia M. Dreycr. aged 06 
years, wife of J. Henry Dieyer of 
Ardena, died last Thursday at Mon- 
mouth Memorial hospital, i'uneral 
services were held at her late home 
on Sunday at 6 p. m., with Rev. 
Otis VanBrunt of the Squankum 
church, ofticiating. Interment was 
I made on Monday afternoon m Fair- 
'view cemetery Westfield. in charge 
I of Funeral Direetc-r C. H. T. Clay- 
ton & Son of Adclphia. 

Mrs. Dreyer is survived by her 
husband, a well known produce 
farmer at Ardena: and the follow- 
in" sons and daughters: Henry 
Drever Jr., a member of the How- 
ell i-ownship Committee--. Frederick 
W., Plainfleld: Mrs, Katherme Salm, 
Westfield; John A.. Ardena; F. 
Christian Sacramento. California, 
Herman A., Chicago; and Ida Ix>u- 
"c. Ardena; and one sister Mrs_ 
Anna Stc«khoff of Plainfleld, and 
abrother. John Possehl o^^^^^S^^' 

!r°'^H .fXlcTot Joh"n'and"vilhel' 
the daughtci oi jonii 
n-iina Schulto Possrhl. 



Hermitage. General Georce Washington and 
h:s staflt spent a number of days at the old mansion 
after the Battle of Monmouth in 177S and Alex- 
ander Hamilton and General Lafayette w-ere fnenas 
of the De Vismes and often visited them. iMrs. 
Benedict Arnold also stopped one night with them 
on her way from West Point to Philadelphia, alter 
her husband's treason. The Hermitage was bougnt 
by Dr. Elijah Rosencrantz in 1S04 and is st.li 
owned and occupied by his family. 

-r — ~/ ' Sylvan Down.s 

'^ Funeral services for Sylvan 

Downs, aged 83 years, who- died 
last Tnursday. at the home of Mrs. 
Martha Spitzner, 7 McL,can street, 
were held Sunday afternoon at 
VanSant Funeral Home on South 
street with Kev. Walter J. Lake, 
1 pastor of the First Baptist church. 
I officiating. Cremation took place, 
at Linden. 

He is survived by a brother, Ar- 
chibald of Long Valley and a sis-, 
ttr. Mrs. William WoodrufT of 
Hackettstow-n. 

Downs had been employed 
1929 by the Eisner Coi-pora- 



Hugh Donnelly 

Hugh Donnelly, aged 86 years, 
died last Thursday at his home at 
132 Mc-unt Hermon Way. Ocean 
Grove. Funeral services were held 
there on Monday morning, followed 
by burial in Arlington cemetery. 
Camden, in charge of Funeral Di- 
rector C. H. T. Clayton & Son of 
I Adelphia. He i.^ survived by one 
'daughter. Mis. F. G. MaePhorson. 
I at home; and two sons, C. K. Don- 
I nelly of Richm-md, Va.. and H. E. 
j Donnelly of New Smyrna, Florida. 



IDonn 



Obituary J^oticesJ 

Mrs. Iva SL Davison 

Mrs. Iva M. Davison. 55 years, 
died on Saturday at her home at 
Jerseyville, Funeral cervices were 
held on Tuesday, at 2 o'clcck from 
her late • residence, with the Rev. 
Norman Riley and the Rev. Alexan- 
der Leo ol elating. Interment was 
made in Adelphia cemetery by C. H. 
T. Clayton and Son of Adelphia. 

She was born in Harmony, the 
daughter of James CKivton and 
Mary Ann Matthews Clayton. She 
vas a member of the Methodist 
church, Grange and Willing Work- 
ers Society of Jersej-villc. 

She is survived by her husband, 
Harry Davison and three sisters, 
Mrs. Delia Sparks and Miss Marga- 
ret Clayton of Lakewood and Mrs. 
Annie Matthews, Freehold. 

John H. Davison ; 

John H. Davison, aged 78 years, ' 
died at his home in Englishtown , 
on Friday, of a heart attack. He ^ 
was the son of the late Mr. and 
Mrs. Garret Davison of Monroe 
Township. | 

Funeral services were held on 
Monday at 2 p. m. at the home of 
a son, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dav- ] 
ison in Englishtown. Dr. Samuel I 
R. Latham, pastor of the Sanford 
Memorial M. E. church, officiated. | 
Interment was made in Fernwood 
cemetery-. Jamesburg, by Funeral' 
Director J. Laird Hulse of English- 1 

He is survived by his widow. Mar-| 
garet McChesney Davison; a daugh-, 
ter, Mrs. Clara Hill of Jamesburg; I 
and the son mentioned above. Also' 
two sisters and a brother: Mrs, 
Mary Reid of Trenton. Mrs. J. W. j 
Hill of Jamesburg, and Clarence j 
Davison, whose whereabouts is un- 



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] John B. Davison I 

John B. Davison died at his home, 
at S04 LaRiene Avenue, Bradley | 
Beach, on Wednesday night. Funer- 
al services were held on Saturday; 
afternoon at his late home, conduct- j 
ed bv Rev. Nelson Moore. Inter- 
ment' was made in Manalapan Cem- 
etery, in charge of Funeral Director! 
W. H. Freeman. ; 

He is survived by his wife, Mrs.i 
Mary M. Davison, and one daughter,] 
Miss Mabel E. Davison, at home; | 
and one son, Percy L. Davison, of: 
Phillipsburg. The family formerly; 
lived in Freehcld. at the corner ofj 
South Street and Erinkerhoff Ave-, 
nue, about 23 years ago. Mr. Dav- 1 

was' born in Jamesburg. j 

5 YEARS AGO 

Mrs. Charles Davison and he 
son Elmer, 23, were burned ti 
death when flames caused by ai 
overheated chi.-r.ncy destroyed their 
farmhouse on the Frechold-Hights- 
tcwn road. Other members of the 
family escaped. Mrs. Davison had 
left thr li^iis'- but upon finding her 
■son was j-till in the hulMing. re- 
! lurnod, and the second lloor col- 



DAVISON S WED 50 YEARS 

Mr. and Mrs, Sylvanus Davison, 
Englishtown, were given a surprise 
party in honor of their Golden Wed- 
ding anniversary on Christmas day 
at 4 p.m. at the homo of their daugh- 
ter and son-in-law, Mr, and Mrs.' 
William Herbert. | 

The affair was planned by their 
children, Lester, Oscar and Mr. 
and Mrs. Howard VanHisc, all of 
whom live in the vicinity, who pre-' 
sented them with a purse of S60. 



Mr 



Dav 



ried at the Baptist parsonage at 
Freehold, -with the Rev. F. W. 
Stillwell performing the ceremony. 
I Miss Rita Davison, Freehold, and 



Harry 


Davison, were their 


only 


Afte 


r two years 


in Freehold they 


moved 


to a farm 


near Grav 


1 Hill, 


where 


Mr. Davison 


opened a 


black- 


smith 


shop, hav 


ng learned the 


trade 


at 15 years 


of age. 


For 25 



■s this was their homo. During 
ral winters Mr. Davison thrash- 

I ed and pressed hay for the farmers. 

j Since moving to Englishtown he 
has been employed at the Freehold ' 
rug mill. j 

I Mrs. Davison joined the Manala-j 

I pan Presbyterian church -when a' 

I young girl. Today she and her! 

'husband arc members of the San- 
ford Memorial Methodist church at ' 
Englishtown, and are regular at- 
tendants. Mrs. Davison is adept at 
knitting rugs. She is also interest- 
ed in gardening. She claimed at 
ten she. formed the habit of early 
/ising and was the first in the fam- 

jily to come down and start the fires. 

j She still continues the habit and 

I arises at 4 a.m. Mr. Davison fol- j 

'lows, between 5 and 6 o'clock. 

jAiound 7:30 they retire. 

i Mrs. Davison is 72, and her hus- ; 

iband, 69^ __ I 

HAROLD DeCAMPS WED 
15 YEARS j 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold L DeCamp 
ci 20 Marcy street, observed the 
15th anniversary of their wedding 
today. I 

Mrs. DeCamp Is the daughter of, 
Mr. and Mrs. William N. Thompson | 
of Freehold and Mr, DeCamp the 
son of Mr, and Mrs, I. L DeCam? 
of West Long Branch. i 

The ceremcjiy -was performed at 
the Ballard Memorial Methodist, 
Episcopal Church, Asbury Park, hy] 
the Rev. H. Moore Blake, pastor and, 
former pastor of the Freehold Meth- 
odist Church. The ccuple was at-; 
tended by Mrs. George W. Miller 
of Highland Park, the former Miss 
Mildred Conover of West Freehold, 
j and Donald Havens of Spring Lak«. 
Mrs. DeCamp is a graduate of 
I the Freehcld schools and of Trcn- 
;ton Normal School. She was a 
1 former teacher in the local Gram- 
I mar school. Mr. DeCamp is a civ- 
! il engineer and a graduate of Stev- 
en's Institute of Technology, 



93 Y« 



Old 



Irs. Margaret Dangler of Eaton- 
n, celebrated her 92nd birthday 
Sunday, and her son Frank, his 



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Wedoing Notes 



Ramsej' . - - Dlttmar 

A very pretty Spring wedding 
took place Saturday evening at 8 
o'clock at St. Peter's Episcopal 
church, when Miss Florence Ger- 
trude Kanisey. daughter of Mrs. 
Addis Collier Ramsey of Freehold, 
became the bride of George Julius 
Dittmar, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. 
George J. Dittmar, -West Main 
street. The ceremony was pertorm- 
|ed by the Rev. William Darbie. 

Mrs. Dittmar is the daughter of 
the late Addis Collier Ramsey of 
Wilkes Barre, Pa., where she at-i 
tended Wyoming Seminary. Mr. | 
Dittmar is a graduate cf Amherst 
College, Am.herst, Mass., and con- 
ducts the Freehold Mortgage and 
Realty Company, 11 South street. 

5 YEARS AGO 

Mr. and Mrs. John Daley of Clin-, 
ton Street, observed their 61st wed-i 
ding anniversary with a family re-^ 

Hall - . . Dupuis 

Miss Virginia Hall, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. John Hall of 3 Morris 



ited 



■lage 



Clyde Dupuis, Jr., son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Clyde Dupuis, Sr., of Marlboro, 
formerly of Freehold, on Sunday 
afternoon, at 1 o'clock, in St- Rose 
of Lima Rectory. The Rev. John! 
A. Kucker. pa3tor, performed the 
double ring ceremony, i 

DuBois nay ! 

^ Miss Elizabeth DuBois, daughter ' 
\o'. Mr. J. Stanley DuBois of Man-' 
asquan_ became the bride of Lieut. I 
Robert Bolt Day. son of Lieutenant I 
and Mrs. Robeit Day of the Navy' 
Yard, South Carolina in a pretty, I 
early Fall wedding on Sunday, at 1 
4:30 p. m., at the home of her 
grandmother, Mrs. Frank DuBois, | 
51 Broad street. | 

j StiUwcU - - - Duncan 

Miss Peggy Stillwell. daughter of 
Prof, and Mrs. Earle C Stillwell, i 
IS Marcy street, became the bride j 

!of Lieutenant C. Miguel Duncan. 
Jr., sen of Major and Mrs. C. M. 
Duncan of the Freehold Military 

I School, on Saturday at 2 o'clock, in j 

:the Freehold Methodist church, with! 
the Rev. Bruce C, Duvall, pastor of- 1 

j eclating. Z~ j 

j WEDDING NOTICES 

■ : MorrLs Dennison 

A very pretty wedding was sol- 
' emnized on Sunday morning at 10 
\ a. m.. at the West Farms Metho- 
I dist Church, when Miss Iris Marie 
I Morris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
j Alfred M. Morris of Wast Farms, 
I became the bride of Harold Robert 
Dennison, West Farms, son of Mr. 
'and Mrs. Robeit Dcniii.son cf Wil- 
mington, Del. The ceremony was 
performed by the Rev. Harry P. 
F.I.;.i. Ji., pasto 



Mr 



Obituary J^otices. 



Mrs. Rachel Delicti 

Funeral services for Mrs. Rachel' 
Dellett will be held on Thursday af- 
:ternoon at 2 o'clock, at her late 
home at 28 Parker Street, with the 
Rev. Walter J. Lake, pastor of the! 
First Baptist church, officiating. In-' 
ferment will be in Maplewood cem-l 
etery by W. H. Freeman. 

Mrs. Dellett, who was 79 years old,' 
died at her home on Monday. She' 
was the widow of the late Alexan-I 
der J. Dellett. Surviving is a son ' 
John, who resided with her. ' | 

IHrs. Anna A. Downey I 

Mrs. Anna A. Downes-, aged 62 
years, a former resident of Free- 
hold, died on Sunday at the home 
of her daughter, Mrs. Fred Thomp- 
son, at Neptune. Funeral services 
were held there on Wednesday af- 
ternoon, with Rev. Chester A. Pen- 
nington, pastor of the Memorial 
Methodist church, Neptune, officiat- 
ing. Interment was made in Old 
Tennent cemetery in charge of 
Funeral Director W. David DeRoche 
of Lakewood. 

Besides the daughter mentioned, 
Mrs. Downey is survived by three 
other daughters: Mrs. Edgar C. Col- 
lins, Hollywood, Calif.; Mrs. Wilbur 
Blatchley of East Freehold, and, 
Mrs. Edwin Howell, of Freehold, j 
The family formerly resided in' 
Freehold, and operated a roadstand; 
at East Freehold, known as Down- 1 
ey's Grove. It was also known as 
Graham's Grove for a number of 
years. . ^ I 

I Mrs. Mary P. Dribcr 

Mrs. Mary P. Driber, aged 43 
years, died on Tuesday night at 
'her home at 323 River Avenue, 
! Point Pleasant. Funeral services 
(Will be held on Friday morning at: 
]9:30 o'clock at St. Peter's R. C. ; 
I Church at Point Pleasant, when 
•requiem mass will be celebrated. 
Ilntermentwill he made in St. Cath- 
lerine's Cemetery. Sea Girt, in 
I charge of Funeral Director C. H. ; 
It. Clayton & Son of Adelphia. I 

I Mrs. Driber is survived by her 
; husband, Elwood J. Driber. and one 
;Son, Edward L, at home; her 
1 mother, Mrs,- Mary Keating. and 
twc. brothers, Jeremiah and Mich- 
ael Keating, all of Ireland. Her 
mother returned to Irelanc about 
eight months ago, after living a 
number of years here. Mrs. Driber 
was born on the island or 'Velenche, 
off the coast of Ireland, the daugh- 
ter of Mrs. Mary O'Mahoney and 
the late Edward Keating, i / ' , 

Mrs. Bell Lee Dorsott 

Mrs. Bell Lee Dorsett, aged K 
years, died on Wednesday mor.'-.ing, 
at her home at Matawan. She was 
a former resident of Bradley Beach. 
Funeral services will be held on 
Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at 
the home of Mr.^. Geneva Moore, at 
512 Ocean Park Avenue, Bradley 
Beach. Interment will be made in 
Hamilton cemetery, in charge cf 
Funeral Director C. H. T. Clayton 
& Son of Adelphia. She is surviv- 
ed by one Bitter, Mrs. Sarah Loc 
Brennan, and one brother, Frank J. 
Lee, both of Philadelphia. 



Obituary [Notices. 



John Daley 

Joha Daley, agred 86 years, for 
many years a well known well dig- 
ger, died on Friday night at his 
home on Clinton Street. Funeral 
services were held on Monday 
morning at 8:30 o'clock at his late 
home, and at 9 ocLcck at St. Rose 
of Lima Catholic Church, where 
requiem mass was celebrated. 

Mr. Daley is survived by one son 
and three daughters. Thomas Daley 
and Mrs. William Potter, Bowne 
Avenue; and the Misses Julia and 
Ann Daley, at home. 

Frank E. Dyson I 

Frank E. Dyson, aged 70 years, 
died on Wednesday evening of last 
week, at his home in Freehold 
Perk. Hia body was removed to 
the W. H. Freeman funeral home on | 
East Main Street, and after beii 
prepared for burial, wa 
Winsted. Connecticut. Funeral ser- 
vices were held on Saturday at St. 
James church, and interment made 
in St. James' cemetery, at Win- 
sted. 



ingi 



jrvived by hi: 



vife. 



Ruby Morgan; 
of Winsted; another son, Bernard, 
and two daughters, Mrs. Marion 
DuPuis and Mrs. Ruby McGlor>-, all 
of Freehold. ~ - - . 



Cleveland DiUon - 

' Cleveland Dillon cf Center Street, 
died on Sunday moining at the 



Home 



ved 



Hill, 
the W. 



Freeman funeral home on East 
iMain Street, where funeral se:vices 
j we're held on Wednesday afternoon 
at 1:30 o'clock, and at 2 o'clock at 
I the Bethel A. M. E. church, with 
the pastor. Rev. F. R. Stevens, of- 
ficiating. Interment was made in 
Maplewood cemeiery bv Director 
Freeman. He is survived by his 
wife, Mrs. Nellie May Dillon. 

Mrs. Anna Dorf 

] Mrs. Anna Dorf of the Roberts- 
Iville road, was stricken on Sunday 
' and the First Aid Squad of Free- 
hold transported her to the office 
'of Dr. H. H. Frecdman. where she 

She is survi%-ed by her hus- 
■band, Harry; a dauchter, Mrs. Hel- 
en Livezy of Jamaica, L. I.; and 
tour sons, William, ivho is in the 
U. S. Navy and is stationed at the 
sub-base at Nev.- Lonc'.on, Conn.; 
Joseph, of Brooklyn ; Max, of Adel- 
phia, and Alexander, of Freehold. 

terday morning at 10:30 at her late 
h-nic, •with the Rev. John H. 
P"hv,"irkp, pastor of .St. Peter's 
Episcopal church, ofTiciating. Inter- 
.Ti.'nt was in Maplewood cemetery 
by Richard VanSar.t. . . ,_ 

Mrs. Margaret Duel! 

Mrs. Margaret Duell, aged 67 
years, wife of Charles Duell, died 
on Sunday at her home in Farm- 
Inpdale. Funeral services were held 
on Wednesday evening at the Mat- 
thews and Francioni funeral home 
at Asburj- Park, by the Rev. Harry 
C. Stilrs. pastor of the Glendola 
M. P. church. Interment was made 
In Irvington on Thursday. 



, Killoil By Train 

i Mrs. Ellen Down.-y of Port Mon- 
' mouth was instantly killed. last 
Thursday atterncon. when the car 
in which she was riding with her 
husband, John Downey, was struck 
by a Cent.-al Railroad train. Ap- 
' I car skidded and turn- 



ed 



Mr 



Fu 



Downey was thrown from the car, 
and Mr. Downey was pinned In the 
■wTeckage. / 

Mrs. Susan A. Diiigman j 

ineral services for Mrs. Susan 
A. Dingman were held Saturday 
morning at the Freeman funeral | 
home, and in St. Gabriel's church,! 
JEradevelt. in charge of Rev. Johnj 
jHoian. Interment was in the' 
I church cemetery. j 

, Mrs. Dingman was 25 years old 
: and died last "Wednesday of pneu- 
monia, at the Marlboro state hcs- 
pital, where she was employed. She' 
was the daughter of the late Mr.j 
and Mrs. Raymond Towne, Brade-i 
velt, and was the widow of George | 
Dingman. She is survived by two I 
small children. ; 

j Oliver Dean 

j Oliver Dean, 36, a constable in 
' Manalapan township for nine years, 
died on March 3 in Hazard hos- 
pital, Dong Branch, where he had 
been a patient for more than a 
year. 

Mr. Dean was bc.rn in Newark- 
: For 15 years he had lived in Map- 
lewood and was employed by the 
I Prudential Insurance company for 
j 18 years as a lithographer. He was 
j president of the Manalapan town- 
|s.hip Republican Club and a mem- 
; ter of the Republican county cora- 

Funeral services were held last 
Thursday night at his late resi-l 
dence with the Rev. Charles Neff, | 
pastor of Old Tennent church, of-| 
ficiating, and services by the Free- 1 
hold Elks Club. Interment was I 
made at Port Jervis, N. Y. 

Frank C. Danser 

Frank C. Danser, 74 years, of 
Hightstown, for 25 years manager 
of the Farmers Cooperative Associ-! 
ation of New Jersey, died Tuesday' 
I night at St. Francis hospital, Trcn-I 

He is survived by his wife, Mrs. 
Lydia Danser; a daughter. Mrs. De- 
mos Eakoulis of Hightstown; and, 
Clifford of Mt. Holly, and I 



Cecil of Detr 



Mich. 



Ciiarles Drake i 

Chailes Drake. 72 j-eais, a well 
krcwn painting conttactor of l^on^ 
' Branch, died at his home there, on 
' Friday night, after a two years ill- 
ntis. He was born in Freehold, the 
ron of the late Heniy Drake and 
Hannah VanErunt. He had bc-n a 
lesident of Long Branch for 70 
years. 

He is survived by his wife, Hattie 
E. Patterson Drake; three sisters. 
Miss Hattie Drake and Mrs. Joel H. 
WordcD. Sr., Long Erancli, and Mrs- 
Rudolph Marks, Livingston; one 
tiother, Harry Drake. I^nng Branch. 



L. 



Obituary flotices. 

Miss Elizabeth D'Arcey | 

Miss Elizabeth D'Arcey, 417 E&-! 
sex avenue, Spring Liake, died Sun- 
day night in Fitkin hospital, Nep- 
tune. 

She is survived iyy seven sisters; 
Mrs. Vincent P. Keuper, Asbury 
Park: Mrs. Frank Moycr, Mrs. Har- 
ry Dillon, Belmar; Mrs. Frank 
Knauer, West Freehold; Mrs. Har- 
ry Draude, Atlantic City; Mrs. 
Frank Dcwney and Miss Mary 
D'Arcey, Spring Lake; also three 
trothers, John and Richard, Spring 
Lake, and James, New York city. 

V\"iUiam B. DeBow 

William R. DeBow, aped 78 years, 
died early Wednesday morning at 
his home at 223 Carnetta Drive, 
Lakcwcod. His body was reir.cved 
to the C. H. T. Clayton & Son Fu- 
neral Home at Adelphia. Funeral 
services will be held on Friday 
afternoon at 2 o'clock at his late 
home, and at 2:30 o'clock at the 
Holmanville Presbyterian church, 
with the Rev, W. Taylor Dale, of- 
ficiating. Interment will be made 
In Holmanville Cemetery by Direc- 
tor Clayton. | 

He is survived by his wife. Mrs. 
Carrie Fielder DeBc.w, two sons. 

Harold F. and Robert U DeBow; 
one brother, John DeBow; and two 
sisters, Mrs. Aaron Applegate and 
Mrs. Carrie Curtis, all of Lake- 



Henry Deka 

Henry Deka, 51. a former resi 
dent of Matawan, died on Mcnda; 
at the Marlboro state hospital. Fu 
neral scr%-ices were held on Tues 
clay at the 'VanSant colonial homt 
with the Rev. Walter J. Lake, pas 
tor of the First Baptist church, of- 

Marlboro state hospital cemetery. 

Mr. Deka has a son, John Deka 
of New York. 

Matteo A- Di)»reiizo 

Matter A. DiLorenzo, died on 
Sunday night at his home at No. 6 
Washington Street, here. Funeral 
services were held at St. Rose of 
Lima Catholic church on Wedr.«s- 



day 



10 



requiem mass was celebrated by 
his son. Rev. Salvatore DiLorenro. 
pastor of St. Anthony's Catholic 
church at Red Bank. Interment 
was made in the Freehold Catho. 
lie cemetery in charge cf Funeral 
Director W. H. Freeman. 
; He is survived by his wife, An.--a; 
land in addition to the son men- 
Itioned, he is survived by the lol- 
'lowing sons and daughteis; Fra.'.k„ 



Save 



and 



land Sister Claire Salvatore at Mor- 
ris Hall, Lawrenceville; and tvi'O 

I brothers, Nick, of West Virginia,, 
and Anthony, of Baltimore. ' • ^ 

Emma L. Duano 

Mrs. Emma L. Duanc died on 
Tuesday, at her residence Private 
funeral services will be held to- 
morrow at the W. H. Freeman fun- 
eral home. r 

She is survived by a sister, Mrs. 
O. .ir.-i- Robbinscn, 82 Broad street, 
v.-.th whom .jho mrivie her horn-:. 



I Stephen Dobry 

! Funeral services for Stephen Do- 
|bry were held en Wednesday moin- 
jing at 8:30 from his late home in 

Montiose and at 9 o'clock in St. 

Mary's Catholic Church, at Colts 

Neck, with the Rev. Joseph Dur.r.el- 
|ly ,celebrating requiem mass. Inter- 
|ment was in the Freehold Catholic 
I Cemetery by W. H. Freeman. 
I Mr. Dobry was 78 years eld and 
Idled on Saturday at his home. 

Mrs. ■Wilhelmina Dotel 

Mrs. Wilhelmina Dotel, age 74 
years, widow of John Dotel, of 
Broc.ltlyn, died Tuesday at Freewood 
Acreson the Freehold-Lakewood 
road, where she had been spendin:; 
some time. The body was in charge 
of W. H. Freeman, here. She will 
be cremated at the Fresh Pond 
Crematory, Brooklyn, en Saturday. 
j ' Ernest M. Doughty : 

I Ernest M. Doughty, aged 82 years. ' 
a resident of Shark River Manor, 
died on 'Wednesday at the Welfare' 
]Home at Briar Hill. Funeral ser-I 
I vices were held on Saturday after- 
noon at the Light House Tabernac- 
le at Asbury Park. Interment was! 
I made in Old Willow Cemetery, j 
! Rumson, in charge of Fune.'-al Di- i 
Irectc.r C. H. T. Clayton & Son ofj 
I Adelphia. He is survived by four ; 
sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Allen and ; 
Mrs. James Chadwick, Fair Haven; 1 
Mrs. Grace Pitcher, Asbury Park.' 
and Mrs. L. Smith of West Belmar, ' 

Jolui DriscoU 

John Driscoll. age "^2 years, died 
en Jlcnday at the Marlboro State 
Hospital. Funera services were 
held on Tuesday, at 10 a. m., at 
the VanSant Colonial Home with 
the Rev. John Horan, pastor of St. 
j Gabriel's Catholic church, Brade-' 
velt. officiating. Interment was • 
made in the hospital cemetery. | 

Mrs. Lillian Douglass 
Mrs. Lillian Douglass, aged 31 
years of Pei rineville. who was kill- 
e-i in the automobile and bus acci- 
dent on the Englishtown-OId 
Bridge road on Sunday night, will 
be held on Friday, at the conven- 
ience of the family at the W. H. 
Freeman funeral home. She is 
survived by a brother in Newark 
and a sister in Brooklyn. Inter- 
ment wil Ibe made In Maplewood 
Cemetery. 

James Dugan j 

Funeral seiAices for James Du-^ 
gan were held on Tuesday morning I 
at 8 o'clock at the Freeman Fune- 
ral home and at 9 o'clock in St. 
Rose of Lima Catholic church, 
with the Rev. Joseph Donnelly of 
Farmingdale celebrating requiem 
mass. Intermerit was in the Free- 
hold Catholic cemetery. 

Mr. Dugan was 81 years olU^and 
a former rc-ident of Vandeibui-;,' 
e-nd died on Sunday at the Welfare 
Home. He is only survived by 
nieces and nephews. 



DIES F ROM P OISON j 

Anthony Durczak, 66 years a' 
general storekeeper of ScobeyvUle, I 
ilied last Wednesday, enroute to' 
-V'onnicuth Memorial hospital, af- 
te. he had swallowed a quantity! 
of powdered lye in his home. 1 

Mr. Durczak was found suffering ' 
from the effects of the poison by I 
his daughter, Virginia, who heard: 
h.m call for water. He was given i 
en.eigency treatment by Dr. Edwin! 
S. Osten, Red Bank, but died in j 
the ambulance before reaching the i 
hospital. He had been in ill health ' 

He had operated the store on ' 
the Freehold road, for about 15' 
J ears, but had made plans to rent' 
it and move to Bridesburg Pa i 

He is survived by his wife, Mary, • 
and several children. ■ 

Mi-s Marfoii DuUoii 
-■l-ss Mario.n DuE=:s r-n.^-^p.. ,. 
M.-. and Mrs. Warren L. DuE-^ " ' 
"est Philrdelphia. and --. . . 
^Slighter of the late Mr. and'lrl-s 
C»-org. DuBois, who formorlv own- 
ed the residence at 3 Broad street 
here, died suddenly on Friday-. Jan 

Fimeral services T.-er= i,,].-. i„ 
Philadelphia, yesterday" mo'^n, ',^ 
fo]IoT.ed by interment in Ol^'iX 



VMm i^ofes 



I FinJielsfcin Dundee 

I Mss Lilli,n Finkelstein dau-h 
;ter of Mrs. Sarah Eimste'in of%l 
.Mechanic street, was married To 
l.ieutenant Morris Dundee, son of 
I Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Dundee of 
^ Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Saturday at 
5 P- m., at her home. The cere- 
iT.ony was performed by P.abbi Isi- 
'dore Solomon and the Rev Efroim 
Pruzanski. 



J 



of 






I Ephria.Ti Downs 

; Ephiiam Downs 7-> j^now. 
Ephriam Megan, of Lon^' Branch 
died on Saturday at Monmouth Me' 
mor.a. hospital, where he had bee ," 

i- 1 two weeks. 

nf w-,?-^°' t."'" in Freehold, tho ^^n 

.rDowr';!^'^^^^"'-"-^- 

trade. ^ carpenter by, 



'L-.i. 



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