BEIDLER, Hiram Wesley - obit.
3 I Du8 dehcied .c-D mm One of Died Waterloo's Oldest Citizens 'of Paralyala at Sanders Hospital In Auburn ; To L3T CITES i:ELDcnr.::nDAY Last of Family of 8even Children, Who Lived In Waterloo for. the ! Paat Fifty-five; YearsWife ' -' ' and One 8on Survive . E. Ev-. . . Wes Beldler, aged 84 years, died at I 6 o'clock Friday evening at ' the A for to Sanders hospital In Auburn, where 018 he had been a patient since March 3 "on . the : lrl JM Vjh anAMkil A I Till r wm1wm3m "uou u' uii.w'Tu ewvvi I report The body was brought to . Waterloo I ing and after being prepared for burial! is was ' removed to the late home on I m the to ' The are" South Elm street, where the funeral services were held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon, with Rev. Earl Burger, pastor of the Evangelical church, officiating, and burial in the 'Waterloo cemetery. ' "r-V .-' ;. ' r, Mr. Beldler was the son of the late John and Elizabeth Usher Beldler, 1 and was born In Union township, Jan. I 25. 1853. He was the last of a famty of seven children." His early life wasl ; spent on a farm, from which he retired I has fifty-five years ago and moved to I erec-Waterloo where he resided until hialtion. Uth. ; After coming to Waterloo he followed his trade as a mason, until i111 see crent undn him and he Uved ! a I auiet retired life for the past fifteen 811 years, although he was acUveand ameared 'as a man many years 8114 younger. . " ' ' : I vide He was united in marriage to Ara-bd I r.lnb uue eoiuer u Tiracuiiuu, uu auiu 10, 1974, and they have lived together as I w I ,t.toT gixtyhrears QtfleOy; but hairetot town-1 been riasaed . aa tmonr th hftHtl date be-1 citizens of Waterloo. Jud-j ,Mr. Beldler was a charter member tmm CQn. eua.--" I organization.- He' is survived by. his widow and one son.: Harry Beldler. of the fine baan night b teadfast beUef that right should of the Waterloo Knights Of Pythias lodge, and was a faithful member With his passing-there remains only .1 ,J -1 l- 1 - V, I ' l' Waterloo. Mr. Beldler had many friends and prevafl. 116 waa unaSBumlng and waa aw. rd to utter acrlUcal word Rwut viiU.t a v Bwsr w v w vs w - R-nrin-fAr saw home nd memory wlU be cherished.- farm was always counted on as a- man .of I right principles and characterized by I appointed rich of A. been AVERY BOUNGER, 43 Wilkin- DIED AT EASTHAVEN