Alice Booth Hopkins obituary

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was and of of Mrs. was of Club Reid the and the a Williams m of be Craig high at Mrs. Brunot had lived in Pittsburgh since 1920. She attended the University of Pittsburgh and the Carnegie In stitute of Technology, and was a member of the University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Business Women's Club. Mrs. Brunot had been employed at the United States Bureau of Mines and at the Veterans' Hospital. Aspinwall, before her marriage lo years ago to Hilary B. Brunot, Jr., head ot the electrical department of the Bureau of Mines. Other survivors are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis C. King; seven sisters, the Misses Margaret, Betty, and Rita King of Washington, D. C; the Misses Mary and Mathilda King, Mrs. Regis Murphy, and Mrs. Kieran Balft; and two brothers, Dennis King. Jr., and Harry King, all of Pittsburgh. Mrs. Annie J. Williams Services will be held at 2 p. m. tomorrow for Mrs. Annie Jarvis Williams, wife of the late William H. Williams and mother of the late Jarvis E. Williams, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Charles E. Ahl, 5824 Wayne Road. Besides her daughter, Mrs. Wil liams is survived by a grandson, Charles E. Ahl, Jr. Mrs. Alice Booth Hopkins Funeral services for Mrs. Alice Booth Hopkins, wife of William H. Hopkins, who died Thursday at Jamestown, N. Y., will be held at her home, 226 Alice St., Knoxville, Sunday at 2:30 p. m., with burial in Allegheny County Memorial Park. Besides her husband, Mrs. Hopkins Hopkins i3 survived by four daughters, Mrs. Henry S. Kane, Margaret L. Hopkins, Mrs. Glenn G. Vance, and Mrs. Clement B. Edgar; a sister Mrs. Jack Wentzel, and three brothers. brothers. Dr. Cecil O. Booth, Dr. W.W. Booth, and Elbert Booth. Mrs. Hopkins was a member of the Knoxville Presbyterian Church and the Kaednege Club of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh and the Bird and Tree Club and the Chautauqua Women's Club of Chautauqua, N. Y., where she spent her summers. Petice to Study Jiu-Jitsu Jiu-Jitsu Jiu-Jitsu The McKeesport Police Force 33 strong will begin taking jiu-jitsu jiu-jitsu jiu-jitsu instructions Friday morning under Edward L. Allen, of Akron, O., who recently gave similar instructions to Pittsburgh ofifcers. Classes will be held in the McKeesport YMCA. A Death Notices ASKIN On Saturday. Sept. 20. 1941. at t:30 a. m. De Waller E. Askin. husband of Amanda W. Askin of Kiutr Edward Apia. Friends received at H. Sanison'6. 537 Neville St.. where services will be held Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. ASKIN On Saturday. Sept. 20. 1941. at :30 a. m.. Dr. Walter E. Askin. husband husband of Amanda M. Askin of King Edward Apts. Friends received at H. Samson's. 537 Neville St.. where services services will be held Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. " BAYO On Friday morning:. Joseph, hus-hand hus-hand hus-hand of the late Anna tfrnace Basjn. and father of Joseph Batr.vo. Jr., and Mrs." Helen Falcone. Funeral from the family resdience. Iti53 Westmoreland St.. E. E.. en Monday morninsr at 8 o'clock. Requiem mass at St Waiourpa's Church at S o'clock. Friends and members of the First Catholic Slovak Union of America are invited. BISHOP On Friday mornins. Sept 19. 1841. at 10:15 o'clock. Minnie Good. widow cf Edmond Bishop, mother of Airs. Francis Williams. Mrs. Ann Barbour Barbour and Charles M. Bishop of Peh. Friends may caii at the Hartwell and Waplcs Funeral Home. Baum Blvd. & Graham St.. where services will be held Monday morning at 11 o clock. BOIES On Saturday. Sept. 20. 1941. James S.. formerly of Dormont. Brother- Brother- in-law in-law in-law of the late uenrte J. nurenm Funeral services at the H. L. Speer Funeral Home, 2927 Chartiers Ave.. Sheraden. on . Monday. Sept. 23 at 2:30 p. m. ber, TWO

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  1. The Pittsburgh Press,
  2. 21 Sep 1941, Sun,
  3. Page 59

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