Meth b wi a an Raymond S. Deyo, of 65 Elmendorf street died here yesterday. Mr. Deyo was stricken on Tuesday Tuesday and was admitted to a-hospital a-hospital for treatment. For many years Mr. Deyo had been a machinist with L. Hoysradt. machine manufacturers of this city.. He vas also treasurer of Deyo Brothers Brothers Hardware Co., of 666 Broad- vay. Mr. Deyo was a World 'eteran and participated in several several skirmishes in Vesle, Aisne, Argonne, Meuse and other fronts. :ie was a member of St. John's Church and the Rev. Maurice Venno. pastor, will officiate at uncral services at the Henry J. 3ruck Home for' Funerals, 27 Smith avenue, Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. .Burial will-be in .he wiltwyck cemetery. Mr. s survived by his wife, Alice Donnelly Deyo, one daughter, Ruth Deyo. and the following .sisters and brothers, Ralph, Kenneth, ^arlton a half-brother of Kingson. Kingson. Scott of East Orange, N. plrs. Dawes Kieffer, and-Kathleen Deyo of Kingston. Friends may all at the Funeral Home between he hours of 3 to 5 and 7 3. m.