Grand mothers death notices
st UiÂ«d DEATH NOTICES BuftlAW -- In San Mateo, Sept. 37, 1944, Adele Burian, wife of the late August Burian, loving mother of Mrs. Adelo Mehner of Burlingame and Max Burian of New York City. A member of the Third Order of St. Francis of Our Lady of Angels church. Funeral services will be conducted Friday, Sept, 29, 1944, at 9 a, m. from the chapel of Patterson O'Connell, 126 Second ave., San Mateo; thenco lo Our Lady ot Angels church, Burlingame, where a reciuiem mass will be offe~ed for the repose of her soul, commencing at 0:30 a. m. Interment, Holy Cross cemetery, Colma. T h e ' R o - sary will be recited Thursday even i n g at 8 o'clock. GARBO--Salvador Gnrlio. Funcrnl service will bo conducted Thursday, Sept J8, 19*4, at 7:50 .a. m. from the chnpel of Patterson O'Connell, 126 Second ave., San Mateo; thence to Golden Gate National cemetery, San Bruno, where a military funeral will t n k e pliice Rt 10 Â«. m. STKWART--Tn San Mntco, Sept. !7, 1944. iMbelld Stewart, b*]ovÂ«d m h t h f r ot Earl C. Stewart of San Mntco. Komalns will 1Â« forwarded to Trenton, \w Jcmey, Sept, *28, j:m, ror Â»ervicÂ«Â» and interment. (froHbv-N. Gray * Co.) FUNKllAL I10MB Crosby-N. Gray Co. ' DIM *-5C91 avenue, San Mateo, died last at her son's residence. Mrs. Stew f. had. resided with her son for past year. She was a native of ton, N. J. Remains will be shippe tonight to Clinton for burial there Arrangements are being made by Crosby-N. Gray. MRS. ADELE BURIAN Mrs. Adelc Burian, 77, of 120 Cortex avenue, Burlingame, died a Mills hospital this morning. Sh had been ill long time. A widow, she is survived by daughter, Mrs. Adele Mehner o Burlingame, and a son, Max of New York City. Mrs. Burian was a member o the third Order of St. Francis o Our Lady of Angels' Catholi church. Funeral services will be held day morning at 9 o'clock from chapel of Patterson and O'Conncl 12C Second avenue, thence to Ou Lady of Angels' church, where quiem high man will be celebrate at 9:30 o'clock. Interment will fol low at Holy Cross c*!setery. A rosary will be recited tonigh at 8 o'clock at the chapel of Pat terson and O'Connell.