Mary Hallahan,cousin Theresa A.O'Reilly

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dale, ti? 1-nday lu'etithing West roar CHntondale. j towed i may decision oral Hnm u - j in'rnl Kave sou send Michael and Mary Regan Hallahan and the family was closely identified svlth the blue- | local Death Record | Funeral services for Mrs. Doi-o- thy E. Decker, wife of Kenneth j quarry at" Haiiahan"Hm, T SawKjll. Pecker of St. Remy, wore held 'The old Hallahan residence over- in-30 a m todnv »t thp A looking the Kondout creek in tlie iu.ou a. m, touay ac me A. KT?M»..."^ *e-_ ...^- - i~--i _..u «~» and Son Funeral Home, 1 Pearl street, and were conducted Mstor 0 ^f'the° 1S °Firft ^^Si i W^~ Miss^Hkllaha^s " uncle. Fu- ot the i - u s t _ Baptist _,,,,,,, ..,,,, ,.. j..,., w., Wnv Ht ti. an p Church. Burial was in Wiltwyck Comolory. Emily E. Wilt, %vidow of George W. Wilt, died Tuesday night m Yonkors. She formerly made her honio in Kingston with her son and family, Mr, and Mrs. George F. Wilt, 280 Main street. Tlio funeral will be held Thursday in Yonkors with O.E.S. ritualistic services. Burial will follow Friday morning in Yonkers, Besides her son, she Is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Mary PaHon and Mrs, Matilda Archavd, both of Yonkers. Six grandchildren and six great grandchildren also survive. Mrs. Ella Langc Person, well- known resident of Tilteon, died Tuesday night at her home following a long illness. Sho was born in Germany the daughter of the late John nnd Erna Kborling Lange and hart boon a resident of Tillson for 12 years. She is survived by her husband, Otto Person; a daughevj Gertrude; and a sister, Mrs, Hi Wo Salcwski. Funeral services will be hold from the George J. Moylan Funeral Homo, Main street, Rosendaie, Saturday at 2 p. m. Burial will l»e in the family plot in the Rosendaie Plains Cemetery, Mrs. Mary B. O'Leary McKeon, died «t her home on Main street, Rosendaio, Tuesday after an illness of several months. Born in Rpscndule, shp was the' daughter and Mar- HOLMES' of St.. Peter's Rosendule; Sui'vtving · are her husband, John P. McKcon und brother Panlol J. O'Lcnry, Clifton, N. J. Tho funeral will bo held from the .Henry J. Bruck Funeral Home, 327 Main street, Rosendaie, Friday at 9:30 a. m., and at St. Peter's Church at 10 a. m. where a high Mass of requiem will be olTered. Burial will be in St. Peter's Cemetery. Funeral services for Augustus J, Bunse, prominent firemamc llg- tire, were held on Tuesday at 2 p. m, at the A. Carr. and Son Funeral -Home, 1 Pearl street, and were largely attended, with a profusion of floral pieces. The Rev. Frank L. Gpilnick. pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, ofli- ciatetl. ^Monday evening, Rapid Hose Company, for which he had served as president for 20 years, the Veterans Volunteer Firemen's Association and representatives of the Ulster County Firemen's Association held nltnallHtic services. Ulster County Lodge No, 1502, Local International Association of Machinists, also conducted scrv'iccs.. The bearers wore Wai lor Albrecht, Vlncc C u r I: in, C'laudc Heron, Hurold Burton, Henry Krenz and Joe'Aletlo. Miss Mary Hnltahan, a Rnilu-1 News ate nurse of Beltovuo Hospital] and associated with Mi. Sinai Hospital social service for 20 years, died at IliO Kingston Hos- neral will be held Friday at 9:30 a. in, from the home of her cousin, A. O'Reilly 1 Andrew j p^^ thence tp. St. Joseph's 9 and where a solemn Mass of reouiem will bfi ofleretl at 10 o'clock. Burial will bo in St. Mary's 'Cemetery. 9 E. Shells West, 83, ofJtiotis Washington avenue, died at I home Tuesday following a j Illness, She was born in Lackawaek November 8, 1S66, the of the late John and Honora Cavn^y Shiels. Sho married George West 50 years ago. Mr. West, died in 1904. Mrs, West had resided in Kingston a year and a half and prior to that time lived in Lackawack and Ellenville. She was a, member of St. Mary's' Church of Ellenville and the- Queen Daughters of that parish, She is survived-by two sisters, Mrs. Mary A. Morse and Ella V. Gosselin; a brother, James D, Shiels, Kingston; a niece, Nora M, Phmket, Vrith whom she had made her home; four nephews, Thoihas J., Charles M., Eugene Plunket, all G., of and James C. Kingston. The Roasary will be said for Mrs, West at 8 p, m; at the Pulling Home in Ellenville. A high Mass will be held Friday at a.*m, at St, Mary's Church, Ellenville. Burial will be In the family plot in the Fantinekill Cemetery, Ellenville, The Rev. William Duggan will officiate. Primary Is i Albany, N, Y., March 22 /P)-The fall primary election will be August 22 and stale nominating, conventions must be held September 5-6-t under terms of a bill passed today by tho Legislature. The primary dote is fixed each year by the: Legislature. Tho bill sent to Governor Dewey after approval in the Assembly. Upstate registration this year will be October 6-7 and 13-14. Registration in New York city and Westchestor county will be October 9 through October 14, The general election will be November 7, New Yorkers will ,eleet a governor, a U. S. senator, a full congressional delegation and a new Legislature. Clocks Are Stopped Albany, N. .Y,, March 22 t*) The clocks were stopped shortly before 2 p, m, today in the Senate and Assembly. The "official/ 1 but not, actual final adjournment time of the Legislature was 2 'i p. m. No otic knew -approximately when tha Legislature ac- tUAlly would adjourn. It will be somotlm.0 tonight, pital Tuesday. She was a daughter of David and Mary Ann Poughcrty Hallahan, and was born In Kingston. Her grandparents The Joiners of Interest to Fraternal Organization* The regular meeting of Athar- hacton Rebekah Lodge NO, 357 will be held at Meichanics Hall on at 8 p. m. Announcement was made that it was urgent for all officers to attend. Bill

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  1. The Kingston Daily Freeman,
  2. 22 Mar 1950, Wed,
  3. Page 16

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