Mc- Livingston a undertaker Besides by of 2, a She of St 'his a requiem Â·'Â· Kenneth DeypDies Following Illness Formerly Owned Restaurant Restaurant in Downtown Area Â· Kenneth J. Deyo, a former well known : resident of Kingston, but recently a resident of Nicholas avenue, in the town of Ulster, died at the Kingston Hospital on Sunday Sunday following a long illness.- Mr. Deyo for several years conducted a restaurant in what was known as the Flatiron building at the intersection intersection of the Strand and Ferry street. The restaurant had been opened and conducted by the late William Hiltebrahdt, and later was taken over by Mr". Deyo. At the time the Flatiron building was sold and razed to make room for the present drive-in station. Mr. Deyo removed his business to the Strand almost opposite his previous location, location, where he continued in business business for some lime. 10 I ?i c - yc ^? J!r -- D .? yo ^ d . b Â« n Jenson and Deegan Funeral ngaged in the painting business. 1 15 Downs strcct ^ Monda y morn- He was: a member of the Mcndels-ij at g:30 al)d 9 0 dock dock at SL Deegan Funeral Home. 15 street, on-Wednesday afternoon 2 o'clock with burial in the plot in Wiltwyck cemetery. DIED DEYO--Entered into rest Sunday, December 20, 1942, Kenneth J. Deyo, husband of Anna May Glass and father of Robert, Reginald, Donald and Richard Deyo, Mrs. Leslie Proper, and Gertrude Deyo and brother of Scott and Ralph Deyo, Mrs. .Dawes Kieffer and Miss Kathleen Kathleen Deyo. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral from the Jenson Deegan Funeral 15 Downs street, Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The interment will be in the family plot in wyck Rural cemetery. : ' REGAN--Entered into rest Friday, December 18, 19-12, Patrick Regan, son of the late Thomas and Ann Ncylon Regan and uncle of Stephen and John Fay: Martin O'Brien. Mrs. Daniel Dougherty and Mrs. Peter Relatives and friends are invited io attend the funeral from the sohn Club of this' city and the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Anna May Glass; 'four sons. Robert Reginald, Donald and Richard: three daughters, Mrs. Leslie Proper, and the Misses Mary's Church where a requiem Mass will be offered for the repose of his soul. Interment in the family plot in St Mary's cemetery. SMITH--In this city, December 39. 19-12. Kelson R. Smith. Funeral services will be held Esther and Gertrude Deyo: Jwo brothers. Scott and Ralph Deyo; . two sisters Mrs. Dawcs Kicffcrthis residence. 85 Clinton avenue. and Miss Kathleen Deyo. and four on Tuesday at 1 p. m. grandchildren. Funeral services [and friends arc invilcd. Interment will be held from the Jcnfon j in Willwyck cemetery.