Lulu bowker obit

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Lulu bowker obit - m. and ftt Pearl Harbor hospital, last Saturday...
m. and ftt Pearl Harbor hospital, last Saturday in- Fort Hamilton!was Annette by Qui- s ol his gorio Santos and Mrs. Anthony Botello of Saratoga Springs, and Mrs. Florence Cortese of Albany; two brothers, Angelo Pinto of Saratoga Springs and Carl Pinto of Glens Falls. Burial W as in Greenridge Cemetery. Cemetery. JAMES CTJRBAN, a resident of this city lor 45 years and a clerk for the New York Central Railroad, Railroad, died yesterday at hia home, 111 K. Newell st. Mr. Curran was born in Morristown, Morristown, and was a member of the Brotherhood of Railway and Steamship Clerks. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Rosaltha Curran; Curran; two daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Dorothy Heinsmith and Mrs. Roy Carrigan; Carrigan; four sisters, Mrs. Mamie Griffin, Mrs. Tony Zens, . Mrs. and Mrs. Bertha Lefanchek; four grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Veterans hospital in Brooklyn where sh« had been confined months. Officiating at services in Skaneateles Skaneateles will be the Rev. Richard Blocker, pastor of Sand Beach church. Surviving besides her father and stepmother are three sisters, Miss Hazel Bowker, New York City; Mrs. Milton Reizenstein, Baltimore, and Miss Freida Bowker, Bowker, Rushville; two brothers, Hubert Hubert and Harold 'Bowker, Rush- vine, and four aunts, Mrs. Jay Bowker, Washington, D. C;; Miss Lulu Bowker and Miss Etta Bowker, Mandana, and Mrs. Edward Prentice, Vakima, Wash. Another sister, Mrs, Perle Fisher, Skaneateles, died in 1937. Her mother, Mrs. Grace Edwards Bowker, died in 1926. MRS. MARGARET M. OLEY West d.ied yesterday at her home, Baker ave., after an illness several months. A life resident of Syracuse, Foley was a communicant of uu of n * i i i_ j _ i _ _ * _ i. fi * ^AI.* j »T «fcj u ^wii44Aji-iAm»(aj,ii* w*. t_j t* ^lTM^?*TM^*?^ Anthony of Padua Church p. m. Saturday in the Carl J. Ballweg Ballweg Funeral Chapel, 4610 S. Salina Salina st, by the Rev. Evan Evans. Interment will be in Onondaga Valley Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. today and tomorrow. A memorial service for Miss Lulu May Bowker, 48, New Yoi'k City, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Bowker, Deland, Fla., formerly of Skaneateles and Mandana, Mandana, will be conducted at 4 p. rn. tomorrow in Burrows Memorial rrbapel in Lakeview cemetery, Skaneateles. Burial will take and * . , As-;piace there. N»- Miss Bowker, who served as an army nurse in World War 2 at Camp Drum and in San Francisco member of its Altar and Rosary Society. She is survived by two sisters, Miss Alice Barren of Syracuse Mrs. John P. Murray of Lafayette; Lafayette; and a brother, Dennis Barren of Navarino. Services will be conducted at 9.30 a. m. tomorrow at the home pnd at 9.10 in St. Anthony of Padua Church. Burial will be St. Mary's Cemetery, MISS FLORENCE C. DIXON, 76, -a resident of Camillus for years, died Tuesday in University Hospital. Miss Dixon, who was former member of the old Camillus Camillus Presbyterian Church, a member of Camillus Chapter 438,

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  1. The Post-Standard,
  2. 30 Jul 1953, Thu,
  3. Page 7

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