Clipped From Alton Evening Telegraph
h Mrs. M, Zunnvalt 'Mrs. May Eufhwalt, 48, wife of Gilbert 2urHwaft of R't. 1, Goflfrey, died at li:SO £. ni. Sat- urtJaf*1tT St^ Joseph's Hospital. A native o£ Italy, she was born April 1, 190i6?- a daughter, of the late Ben Cistaro and Mrs. Mary Cistaro. Her hiother, who is among survivors, resides in New York. Mrs. 2 u ni w alt canie to the United States at the age of tjiree, and spent her'early life in New York. She had resided in ; Allort since 193?, * • ' She w|s married Aug. It, 1930, at San Diego, Calif, to Gilbert Zutnwalt. Surviving in addition to her husband and mother, arc four daughters, Mrs. Darlene Taylor, Mandon, N.- Dak. ','.' Mis. Edith Lowe, Alton; Shirley and Carol' Ann, at home; two S9ns. David, Xvho Is at Great Lakes Naval Training 'Base, and Michael, at 'home; two brothers,, Frank and 'Anthony, and two sisters, Mrs, Nancy Ciglarino and Mrs. Philamino Philamino Warren, all of New York. Funeral riles will be conducted by I he Rev'. George Millard, pas* tor of the Crturch of Redeemer (Congregational) Tuesday at 10:30 ai m. in Slreeper Funeral Home. Burial will be in White Hall Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 3 p.m. today.