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and of White Mrs. Hoefelmeyer Riles Tomorrow Funeral rites for Mrs. Kathe-l rine Welch Hoefelmeyer will be conducted at 2 p.m. tomor- row at the Swicegod Chapel Interment will be in Highland Burial Park. Mrs. Hoefelmeyer, 45, of 912 Cole St., died yesterday in Memorial Hospital. She had been in declining health for years. Mrs. Hoefelmeyer was born in Danville, a daughter of Beulah Thornton Welch and late Robert C. Welch, Sr. j She attended West Main) Baptist Church and was lajti employed by Dan River, Inc. Surviving, in addition to mother, are one son, Robert Chesley Abbott of Danville;! four sisters, Mrs. Lois Taylor of Columbus, Ga., Mrs. Martha Veiga of Miami Beach, Fla., Mrs. Marie Akxandria of mond and Mrs. Barbara Cook of Jacksonville, N. C.; one brother, Jessie W. Welch of ville; and one half-brother, James R. Scearce of Danville.