Paul Striedl Obituary

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Paul Striedl Obituary - at Bookham-mer, RECORD Del.: one granddaughter,...
at Bookham-mer, RECORD Del.: one granddaughter, Shirley Ruth Barr; three sisters and four brothers; Mrs. W. C. Kusta border. Bell wood; Mrs. David Banks, Mrs, John Closson and Fred Buchanan. Altoona; George, Clarence and Alonxa Buchanan. Akron, O. There will be private funeral service at the home Wednesday, 2:30 p. m. in charge of the Rev. J. K. Anderson, D. I. Interment will fol low in Logan Valley cemetery. ARTHUR GRAl'ER Arthur Grauer, aged 46, brother of Mrs. Jacob Sitnek. died sudden ly Saturday night at his home in Ithaca, New York. Death was attributed to a heart attack. He was a native of this city, and was born December 5. 1555, the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Grauer, both deceased. Prior to moving to Ithaca, he was employed at the Simon shoe store on Eleventh avenue, for many years. Surviving f are his wife, one brother, Norman Grauer, Philips-burg; two sisters, Mrs. Jacob Sitnek, Altoona, and Mrs. Louis Fein-berg, Ingram, near Pittsburg. The body will arrive in Altoona 4:30 p. m. today and will be taken directly to the Stevens mortuary, Eighth a-enue and Fiftenth street. Funeral service will be held at the Stevens chapel Wednesday, 10:30 a. m. Interment will be made in Mt. Sinai cemetery. FRANK J. ORR Frank J. Orr, for .many years a resident of Altoona, until six years ago, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Grace Closson, Cross Keys, yesterday. Mr. Orr was a son of Hamilton and Jane Farrell Orr, born March 5, 1S65. He was janitor at the Stevens school and belonged to Bethany Lutheran church and to the Modern Woodman of America. His wife, Mrs. Jane Orr, died five years ago. Surviving are five sons and three daughters: Frank Orr, Akron. O.; David, Glenn, Ralph and John Orr, Mrs. Bessie Leslie and Mrs. Violet Trostle, Altoona; Mrs. Grace Closson, Cross Keys: 22 grandchildren; one sis ter, Miss Bessie Orr. Altoona. Funeral service will be held at the Closson home Wednesday, 2:30 p. m., followed by interment in Greenwood cemetery. DONALD S. WITHEROW Donald S. Witherow," former' Al-toonan, died suddenly at 11:45 a. m. Sunday, at the Montenore hos pital, Pittsburg. He was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam M. Witherow, 1503 Tenth street, born in Altoona in 1S91. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mary Argent Witherow, and three children, Donald, Mary Virginia and Richard Witherow; his par ents and three sisters: Mrs. Frank Fisher, State College; Mrs. Norman Doerner, Cleveland; Miss Marjorie Witherow, at home. Funeral arrangements will be announced today. r.UX STRIEDL Paul Striedl, Canan Station, died at Mercy hospital Saturday, 8:15 p. m., of pneumonia. Mr. Striedl was born in Germany, January 3, 1876. He was a P. R. K. employe at the East Altoona roundhouse and belonged to St Rose of Lima Catholic church. . Surviving ar his wife, four ituughters and two sons: Mrs. Samuel Berger. Waldorf, Md.; Mrs. Anna Lens. Detroit, Mich.; Catherine, Paul, Joseph and Mary Striedt, at the home; three brothers and, two sisters, In Germany. There will be requiem mass Tuesday. 10 a. ni., in St Rose of Lima church, followed by interment in Calvary cemetery. The body may be viewed at the Stevens mortuary. HENRY WEBER , Henry Weber. 500 W. Wingo-hocking street. Philadelphia, died February 28. at his home, of a heart ailment, after two years illness. He was a son of Christian and Mary Weber, born in Philadelphia December 4, 1851. He came to Altoona in 1SS2, being employed by the P. R. R. as a wood carver, retiring in 191S. Surviving are his wife. Mrs. Caroline Weber, In Philadelphia; one daughter, Emma, wife of C. C. Brennecke, luid two grandsons, in Altoona; one sister, Mrs. Frank Roche, Philadelphia. Funeral service was held in Philadelphia on March 4, followed by interment in Mount Peace cemetery. MRS. MARY T. GIBBONS Mrs. Mary T. Gibbons, widow of Peter Gibbons, died at her home, 2122 Third avenue. Saturday, 2:08 a. m., of apoplexy. Mrs. Gibbons was born in Armsklrk, England, March 13. 1S57. She was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic church. Her husband died in 1925. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Floyd Henderson, and a son. John Gibbons, Altoona. i Funeral service will be held Tuesday, 9 a. m., with requiem mass at Sacred Heart church. Interment will follow in St. John's cemetery. ' BENJAMIN F. SHAEFFEU Benjamin F. Shaeffer, 79, for many years a woodworker in Al toona, died at a local hospital Saturday morning. Ha was a son of Benjamin and Anna Shnefi'er, born at Elizabethtown. One sister, Mrs. George D. Rhine, Altoona, survives him. The body may be viewed at the Tobias & Laughlin funeral home early today. It will be taken on the 11:33 a. m. train to Elizabethtown, where funeral service will be held at 10 a. m. Tuesday, followed by interment at Elizabethtown. FRANK WAGNER'S FUNERAL The body of Frank Wagner, found dead beside railroad tracks Friday morning, will be taken to Bellefonte this morning, leaving on the 7:30 train. Interment will take place in the Bellefonte cemetery. Character on the upgrade takes more strength then it does on the downgrade. The Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat

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  1. Altoona Tribune,
  2. 09 Mar 1931, Mon,
  3. Page 14

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