Clipped From The Daily Reporter
to it, entire : medium consumer S. box office or reservations made by calling 3-2355 between Obituaries Donate Cercone Donate Cercone, 83, died last night in the home of his daughter, daughter, Mrs. Edith Vesco of 315 W 5th St. Born in Peterano Sul-Zi-o, Italy, he came to this country 58 years ago and has been a Dover resident resident 40 years. Affiliation; St. Joseph's Church. Survivors; Two other daughters, Mrs. James Boniey of Follansbee, W. Va. and Mrs,'Samuel Patterson Patterson of Dover; 4 sons, Frank of Dover, Donald of New Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Robert of Cambridge and Fred of Chicago; 23 grandchildren and 10 great - grandchildren. His wife, Michelina, and 5 brothers brothers preceded him in death. Services: Requiem High Mass Friday at 10 a.m. at St. Joseph's Joseph's temporary church in the school building with Rev. Fr, Pius of f iciat i ng .Burial in Calvary Cem- e etery. Friends call at Lewis Fu* II ** neral Home tonight from 7 to 9 and Thursday from 3 to 5 and Ohio 7 to 9 p m The rosai . y will be ' said Tliursday nighl at 8 . 68, formerly of New Philadelphia, who died of a heart attack June 23 while driving his car in Boise, Idaho. Born in Leipsic, 0., he was a son of the late Rev. William F. and Hulda Rangeler. He moved to New Philadelphia in 1908 when his father was named pastor of Emmanual Lutheran Church. He was graduated from New Philadelphia Philadelphia High in 1912 and is the third member of that class to die since the 1912 graduates held their 50th reunion last fall. Rev. Rangeler served as pastor of churches in Ohio, Nebraska and California and also as superintendent superintendent of the California Lutheran Lutheran Home for the Aged al Alhambra. Alhambra. Rev. Rangeler was first married married to Betty Mendcnhall, who died in 1960. His second wife, the former Agnes Riensche, survives survives along with a son, daughter, sister and brother. Mrs. Anna Wallace 750, Mrs. Anna E. Wallace, 72, of 110 Allen Lane SE, New Philadelphia, Philadelphia, died at 10:15 p.m. yesterday in Union Hospital after having been seriously ill for 3 weeks. Mrs, isabelle Oberst Mrs. Isabelle Oberst, 72, of Fremont, a former New Philadelphia Philadelphia resident, died at 3:30 a.m. today in Hospital. Fremont Community Born in Goshen Township, Tuscarawas Tuscarawas County, a daughter ol the J. St. the of of 2 of Al James and Elizabeth Carlisle, i Born near New Cumberland. Fr(jmont she was a daughter of the late she had spent most of her life in j William and Mary Gundy. She hoice l -s a resident of the New Phila- ! was a member of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ Latler Day Sainls. Her hus __j; , , , . ,, , ,., , iband, Ralph, died in 1961. and;delphia area all her life and a! ,-,, • . ' , ., r , „ • ^ Survivors. A brother, John D and member of the Holmes Methodist: aiiu Ji L'UIUei Ul U1K HO II US V1UU1OU1SI r. i: 1 r XT nl'l J l !• S Church - Her husband ' Alvta P " " ™-~ - " 10 years ago j and j Roy of Reno, and Dean of Sacra-: "/* f" 1 " 1 '", ' ' iC1JU " '""?. ' m cntn. Calif.; one daughter, Mrs ! ' „ l TK, S' • j n " lf ^ Rnrial uMli nn in TTr. I died 0 vears aao Sm ' iCGS: l P ' m ' (slow linle) «H«.I t years ago. Frld . h n _ Wonde ,. ly Ar fV v° rS: ^-,TM f'' ^'V^^nei-al Home at Fremont Offf 14.00., , s of New Philadelphia Earl of; cjati wjn be E , dei . • Dover, Willard ot San I'rancLsco.i r n . • T-. • i ' ,, ' an ^! n,.,, 't D _ „„,. n^ f c..«.. ' !<)f t'wtonu. I-nends ma v call at ay eve iiiuiiUJ, v^aiii., uiiu ucUiLiiiiLM , i>ua ,,:,,,» n • l -11 L - r-% , John (Mildred. Sparks of Valehoj n " lg ' Bunal Wl " bc ln Fremoilt ' Calif.; 2 brothers, Lewis Gundy of! Mon- Jennie Rennicker of Uhrichsville I IRQ 3, New Philadelphia and Lu-i M rs Marx/ You no 17.50; | ther Gundy of Mineral City; 4> IU.'M. \ "p l sistcrSi Mrs. Edna Wallace and ^..'L^v^!!!?^,!"" ! Mrs. Edith Rennicker, both of the late Joseph Young, died Ibis morn- 01 1 ing in the home of a son and »v. Mr. and Mrs. Ed- 1304 Kaderly SI. - Herzig Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. and Mrs. Ona Patterson of Uhrw ichsville; 20 grandchildren and 6i 180- 'great - grandchildren. 180- 1 Services: 1 p.m. Thursday in ! the Linn - Hert Funeral Home - s *'with Rev. David Cummins and: Everett Services Rev. Joseph Moesta of the First i Graveside services will be held Church officiating. Burial at 1 p.m. Saturday in Dover Burthe ; will be in the Evergreen Burial ial Park with Rev. A. E. Car-! . . . And Pa'' k - Friends may call Thurs- ; penter of Canton officiating for ' da V fl ' om 2 lo 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. > Charles Evorpff M nf nHan. to- to. 2426; Fitzpatrick Infant Stephen Bruce Fitzpatrick, 3- iday -° ld s ° n of Francis and Pa- Good tncia Dlllon * ^Patrick of 924 | Charles Everett, 59, of Orlando, Orlando, Fh., a former Doverite, who died Monday. Lewis Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. arrangements. me- Oak Ave ' NW ' New Philadelphia, ] Mrs. Eva Goudy me- i? led . at 4 a ' m ' ^^ . ln Canton UHHICHSVILLE - Wor Timken Mercy Hospital. Also surviving is a brolher. Graveslde services: 9:30 a.m. 1 ' ThuriSd at . Calvar y Cemetery the Right Rev. A. L. Linn-Hert Word received here by Mrs. Clifford (Leola) Shamel of lhe death of her sister, Mrs. Eva Goudy, 66, who died Monday in Riverside Hospital, Riverside, Mich. Born in uliric i lsviUc> a dau h . Frcund officiating. 15; *' u ™™ 1 Home « in charge of le] . of (he , au , J(jhn and Eljza _ an ' all S'-- m «it- s - bcth McPcck. she was a resident 16- Rev. R. E. Rangeler the j Word lias been received of the of Lincoln Park, Mich., for pa.st 30 years. Survivors: 8 children; 44 "rand- death of Rev. Ralph L. Rangeler, childmi; Mrs. Shamel; 2 broth-'