mrs. joseph cepro
ar- J'vo the funeral home at lrch. i .. in SL V!U,S Mrs. Joseph Cepro Mrs. Joseph Cepro, 51, of tin Friendship St., the former Eli,- Eli,- nbclh Benegasl, died at 1:45 p.m. Monday at home after a lingering illness. July 2, 1315, to the late Anthony and Hav Ann DeNueci I3ene- I3ene- gasi. She was married June 22, 1933, lo Joseph A. Cepro. a member of Sr' Vilus churi'h' lhe Sras of Italy Lodge and the Ladies of Humbert First. ' Surviving are her husband: U""6IIICI: -,Jl;i- -,Jl;i- -,Jl;i- town and Mrs. John (Mary Ann! Banko Jr. of O rang e. Calif.; ne.ne.ff- ne.ne.ff- Lam-; Lam-; Lam-; w nrotners, uarmen B c n c g a t-V" t-V" t-V" , ., T " ter, 'Mrs. Vernon (Mar v Vir- Vir- ginia) Pcrkins of New CastIe. ;Mi 11,,,,,, aH,1;vrM Hirer yran-- yran-- yran-- . She was preceded in death by ll0'r pDraUs an sisier, Susie Friends will be received at ,, d - - . ! 'X trl TL S . 7nTVT ?i 7 . n ,, ,, ' 10 J al Home, S. Mill and E. Lutton 3 p.m. k Requiem Ma: be suna at r"J m at. vims Chm-ch Chm-ch Chm-ch by HI. Rev. Msfir. Jos- Jos- '