Great-grandmother Gekosky's sister Mary Wydra (nee Robaczewski)
Funeral Planned For Area Woman nera' "er:1,,, 10S iary Wydra, 50, of 137 North Quince street Mount CSiTmel sister of mm. Stella Gekcsky, 963 Scott Street, Kulpmont, will be conducted tomor- tomor- row morning at 9:00 in Our Mother of Consolation Church, Mount Car-mel. Car-mel. Car-mel. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. Viewing will continue in the Lucas Funeral Home, Mount Carmel, until time of services. Mrs. Wydra died on the weekend in her home. Bern in Poland, the late matron lived in Kulpmont for three years. Mrs. Wydra's husband, Edward Wydra. was killed in an accident accident at Alaska Colliery in 1942. Survivors include one son, Edward, at home, and the following brothers and sisters: Anthony, Bernard and Walter Robaczewski, Mount Carmel, and Mrs. Stella Gekosky, Kulpmont.