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84 JOSEPH ADOLPH B10NDJNI Joseph Adolph Biondini of Arcala died.Friday evening at lis home after a Icnglhy Illness, le was 69 years "ld, born Switzerland, and had lived In his area for the past 48 years. 3uring that time he worked the woods rnakiiig^split materials, materials, and in later years was employed in. the woods by California California Barrel, He was a member member of St. Jlary's church of Arcala. He is survived by his wife Litizia Mary Biondini, a son Adolf Jack Biondini of McKin- leyvillc, and Mrs. Delia Noga Bayside, a daughter, as well lne following grandchildren: Jackie and Teddy Biondini McKinleyville, and Linda and Michael N o g a and several nieces and nephews. ' Â· Rosary will be reciled Sunday Sunday at 8:30 p. m. at Paul's Funeral Chapel in Arcata. He- quiem mass will be held Monday Monday at 10 a. m..at St. Mary's Catholic church with the 1 Rev. Father William Serado officiating. officiating. Interment will follow in St. Bernard's cemetery.