Hlafsa Family names
the and increased Max Mrs. Walla A Requiem v Mass for Mrs. lizabeth Walla, 67, of 2933 E. orwich Ave., w i l l be rated tomorrow at 10 a.m. In John's Cathedral. Burial ill be in the Holy Cross ery, Mrs. Walla died yesterday to local rest home. She had nvalided more than a decade a stroke. A native of Russia, Mrs. a had spent most of her life alifornla. Her husband, Staney, Staney, was a Selma district vine- ardist when he died in 1952. The family lived hi the Rip- jerdan district In Madera Coun- y during the late 1920s. Walla ad operated a dairy there. The survivors are four sons, 'eter of Fresno, Stanley and .addle of Selma and John of Los Angeles; three brothers, ohn Hlafsa and Peter Hlafsa, Mith of Fresno; arid Albert Hlafsa of Los Angeles; four ers, Mrs. Josephine Haupt Mrs. Martha Beauchamp, both of Fresno; Mrs. Mary man of Oildale, Kern County; and Sister Concepta, a nun Salt Lake City, Utah, and 11 grandchildren. The Lisle' Funeral Home charge of the arrangements.