‘MEN ‘oi MALVERN‘
Your Malvern Reporter
sAcm:n’ HEART GROUP‘ (lune 5-7): or. Panel. 11. norlgnon. c. A.
captain. Board member James H. I-‘lnvin, co-captain. A. c. lllnu Adelizzl
end his three sons, Albert, Anthony and Lttuil. A. c. Andy Devlin had as a
spccinl gncst Eugene sningereeliy of the Overbrnak School for the llliml.
, New A. c. Joseph Amornso. A. c. Bill Brown Ill1(Il1lS
department of s. or c. one of his group, Art snlvereon,
from scoradale, N. Y. nay sloot with a group Jrom
Du Pants. Ray is a proud grandlather. Phil urnnrnrder
and a large group from lower Germantown. They have
erected a memorial in memory of Vl'illilun Ilnrllmm,
former member of their group. Phil lloua, retired ro-
cently after 54 years with continental Mills. lzoll ring-
‘ 27th re-
ers Marl)’ O'Brien and Felix Hamill on their
treat. A. C. Joe Schanne, and former co-captain, did
an excellent you Group B. New A. C
nnggieri. A. c. Newnam came with l ludl
Tom Lnwler, Funk and Joe Brnlon. A. C. John Dick
with nail stervort and Ken ziegler. Bill wattis, head of
the wnttis Plan; Frank Oberholzer, coopersburg; walt
Peterson, nothlehem, came with Joe schanne. Jim Fla-
Vin with llnrmon Gordon. Bulletin reporter; Attorney
John lllcconnell, and Flurry Eclunan of the Navnl Base. - 7
From the Logal lntelligeneer, Walt Ilanllenhurt; Dick Flnvin
lllarrynt, Joe llloleinger. rat Jones, and the Joyce's, Martin, sr. and Jr.
JULIUS KRIVOS-THOMAS P. CALLAGIIAN GROUP (June 12-14):
Julius Krivos in’ charge’ of the collirigswoocl contingent and Board member
Tom cnllaghon in charge of the P,ost 0tlice' section-a comliinntion of co-
captains. C. A. captain emeritus Andrew E. Nick presented with rosu’-ries
. . , for himself and Mrs. Nick in appreciation or his work
with the Postal group for 20 yea'l-s. (men J. Fitzger-
v":’ nld's dad, an A. c, of the chriatua Rex group, is in
V Ireland on a Pilgrimage to the Shrine of our Lady of
block. A. 0. Frank Butler headed the Bridgeton ton-
tingent. A. c. John A. Moore has retired as Asst. supt.
of Fmnltfard Post othce. lle will reside in Florida.
Father and son combinations-the Javnea ltlrT.rnuny's,
K the Henry Colyar's and the John McCartney's. Metal-
g“,‘V '. s .- , lurgiral engineer A. Craig Road of the Midvnle co.
Cnllalzhan Walter Di Francesco entering Mt. Airy seminary in
the fall. nr. churles llerter. John Paul weher, WIP
'0 announcer. Carl oetle. manager of Lane‘
Bryant. Elks‘ past exalted ruler Ed Browne, also active
in the K. of c., is tranie manager of the‘ ltuooer'l>rod-
nets Co. Past starts officer of N. J. Elks Edward J.
Gritlitho is manager of the‘ American oil co. in s
Joseph nensor. secretary of American oil co. organist
John ltlelntyre, past exalted ruler of Elks,-is employed
in the City Solicitorls ollice. Joseph W; Callnghnn was . .
the other orga . Fomler c. A. captain Frank ’l‘rav- ‘ s'
nline. his son Philip, a junior at Camden Catholic, W4‘ Km“!
and williarn 1. Shirley of collingswood. willionr Barnett and George Weber
have sons completing their nrst yeal‘ in the seminary. Joe Leonard again
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a grand c
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NAVAL BASE GROUP (June 26-28): Joseph .I. Aquilino, C. A. Captain.
Co-captain Patrick lzobinson. This group is largely recruited rom Naval
shipbuilding and Philadelphia Electric’ shops. Joe is foreman staeurnlitber
at the Base; His‘ right hand man is A. G. Tom lllaginl-lis,
chief quartermall and‘ steaimntter. Other A. C.'s Al
Spliuse, administrative pmgressman, Joe .‘l:loney, Bill
Dooley, John Gallagher, Tony DiPIoli, Ed Donahue,
Joe Palazzo and organist John Stephanik. Two former
C. A. captains were on hand to oversee “operation re-
treat" They were T. P. O'Connor and Archie Allen.
Joe Greco'an old friend of Father Weeks. Marine Sgt.
Audio of the Q. M. depot. Bellringers Joe Kennedy
and Anthony Appenzelle did a good job of synchroniz-
‘r alarm clocks. Fonner light heavyweight boxer
Robinson mg the,
Johnny Peppe with his father, four brothers, a brother-
ill-Iaw, an uncle and a nephew. Naval Base Chaplain
O'Connor out with an ensign and 11 enlisted men, who
preferred to spend their “hard-to-get-lbaves" at Mal-
vern. Chief Carpenter Bennett. Leo Burke, boiler
Frank lnlanti. From the Philadelphia Electric 1’. R. -1
slrnnrilter. John Glenni, Fred Young; J Dougherly A-wlh
nnd his son Jim Jr. Tailor Fred ilontnrano. Arnold unltrrinnn, Atlantic
Refilling garage supt. Joe Lochiel, it printer with Linton’s brought a group
from the restaurant company's commissary. '
Week-end After week-end, year after year, Mllvern requires slcrisllns who thoroughly know the many inlrirate Ind important ceremuniaa
comprised in I relreut, such on Holy lllusn, Benediction, Slltiuns
Vestmenls Io be worn by the prime; it in their job to instruct the lay ollicers of (he exercises; in check the mines of Ihe relrtalahls. and to
do I multitude of tasks. Malverlfs sltrislalls do lheir job and they do it well. In the pirlurcs shove, lhe Iwo smiling men in block are
Seminarians from St. Charles BOYPOMIMI,‘ in Orcrbmok. They are (right) Mr. Charles Summers and (left
(left) Bob Galley, n North Cntholic High student, and (right) Gus Pescaiore. In the piclurc at the left are (righl) Bill Hctulihan. secrelary
at West Calholit, nnd (left) Jackie Cnngan, who just graduzled from Roman (‘nlholic High.
Kelly. Below them are
John J. Burke, Jr., Retires
John J. Burke, Jr., of the Edw. J.
Fleming Group has been retired
from service with the City of Philli-
He was employed is clerk of the
chief engineer’: department in the
former Philadelphia Hospital for
Mental Diseases, Byberry, Pm, and
mortician’s clerk in the Philadelphia
General Hospital for the past 29
1 member of the United
States Civil Legion and a past ollicer
oi Cardinal Dougherty General As-
sembly, fourth degree, Knights ot
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those on the gospel side being Saints
Ives, Edward, Isidore and Christa-
New Testament scenes: The Re-
demption the Holy Ghost at the
Annunciation ;- i
the Crucinxion; the Resurrection and
a representation of Pentecost.
Pink and Blue Ribbons
A daughter, reinela Anne, horn
recently to F. rueher Mulrooney and
Betsy Byrne hlulrooney.
Frank Stnul-lton of the Rrivns-
Callaghan Group announces the ur-
riyal of bzlby Mark Francis.
C. A. Captains of the 6-3 Group-plat, present Ind future. Raiding l'rom left to right (salted):
Joe O'Donnell (member of the League bolrd oldirerlors); Dr. James L lllcCnlJe; Charles Pearson;
Jere Gulfredo (1951 Clplli 2
Caplnin d ‘gnlale for 1955): ‘Villmm Gilmlrlin: Dun
O'Connor, Sn: I
ate); Dan o'connor. rnrrent C. A. captain; Dnn Corry (C. A.
nd rrnnlr releggl. (Standing):
Jim Esposiiu (Lengue board member), hick Edge, Andy Sollis, Joseph Adelizzl, Charles 0‘Cnnnell, l
‘ '7 Roy Knvlanaugb, l‘1't’SlrIlV‘V.'!‘0S?]1'l‘l'gLl'(3lI' I‘lII‘l‘YI.lo!‘0"]‘:lLl"l!IL'..J
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Dr. Joseph F. Dunn,
Dr. Joseph Francis Dunn, Man a
Molverrl, husbnnd of Ann: McClns-
lrey Dunn of Chester, l>n., died on
The deceased was a member ‘at
the Holy Name Society and the
Knights of Columbus. He was ap-
polntctl Emeritus Chicf of Staff of
the Sacred Heart Hospital in Ches-
ter, when the hospital wns re-opened
in April this year. ' ’
Dr. Dunn served the hospital when
it first opened nearly 20 years ago.
He practiced medicine in Chester for
more than 40 years. He also served
on the stall‘ of Taylor Hospital, Rid-
ley Park, where for a score of years
he directed a diabetic clinic.
The funeral was held on June 15.
solemn llcquiemhlass was celebrated
in the Resurrection Church, Chester,
by the Rev. Joseph A. Coleman. The
Rev. Albert M. Storms, C. I. C. .,
was deacon and the Rev. John Bro-
Stephen J. Sleinmunri
stoplicn J. steinmann, Man or
Mlilvem, and husband of Catherine
S. Strinmann, of Riverside, N. J.,
died nnddonly lllny 27, of a heart at-
tnck while attending Mass in St.
Peter's Church. He was 6
Funcnll services were held June 1.
with Rcquielll High Mass. Inter-
ment was in St. Peter's Cemetery,
The deceased is rurrlved by his
wire, a daughter, hlary lll. stein-
mzlnn und one brother, Jack Stein-
mllnll, of New York city.
Mr. Steillmalln, who was born in
New York City and lived in River-
Council Knights of Golumhua, No.
min; Holy Name Society of St.
Pl-t.cr's Church, Riverside Fire Cam-
and II member of the Riverside
Fire Company Exempt Association.
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Dr. Alfred Treacy;
Sought Cancer Cure
Dr. Alfred J. M. Treocy, I Ger-
mantawn physician, Man of Mnlvern,
died June '1 It Physicians and Sur-
geons Hospital, 1711 Green St. He
- Dr. Treaty, whose nlflce and home
were at 910 E. Chi.-lien Ave., was
A graduate of Roman Cltliolie High
School, class of 1398. He attended
St. Joseph's College and was awurded
RA. and liI.A. degrees at Temple
University. He received his medical
degrea trom Temple University
Medical School in 1915.
During World “'.ar I, he served in
the Nnvy Medical Corps. In 1919
he was made chioi resident physician
at St. Vincent's Hospital. He was it
pioneer in the field of cancer re-
r. Treaty was a member 0! the
Knights of Columhus, and the Holy
Name Society of the lmmoculnte
Conception Church, Price and Ard-
leigh Sts., Gormantowyl.
Surviving are his wife, the former
Al-in Denhy; A also-r, Mrs. Frances
M. Savage, of Watertown, Mass., and
I brother, Dr. Joseph D. Treaty, of
Requiem Mass WES celebrated at
the Inn-naculate Conception Church.
Charles A. Higgins
Charles lliggins, Assoriate
captain, wilniinglnn Men of Mal-
Vern, died Tuosrlny, Juro 16, alter a
long illness. in additiml to his wife
and daughters, he is sl.lrvived by n
son,Clll1rlcs J., who is also on Asso-
ciata captain of the Wilmington
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Joseph P. Peoples
oseph r. Peoples, non of Mal-
vern and comptroller of Raymund
F. Scott, lne., Ardmore, died sud-
Brynwood Apartments in Wynne
lllr. Peoples was formerly associ-
ntecl with the Packard Motor co. He
wa member of San salvudor
Council, Knights of Columbus.
e is survived by his wife, the
former cntberine Blismd; his
Joseph J. Cahill and Mrs. James I‘.
Garrlty, and two brothers, the Rev.
Michael F. Peoples, spiritual director
of St. Charles seminary, Ovlzrhrouk,
and James V. Peoples.
Requiem Mus was celebrated at
the Church of St. Helena, 6161 N.
St. Interment was in Holy
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