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. . ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE Tuesday, April 9, 1963 Deaths Reported in Western New York Area MRS.. PAULINE ARCHER (Batavia and Benjamin of Elba; HAMMONDSPORT t- Mrs. eight grandchildren and nieces Pauline Gates Archer, 71, died and nephews. in a' .Rochester nursing home Friday (April 5, 1963). She was a member of St. Pet er's Church. Auburn, and its Houser Guild. Survivors are one son, Her bert of 69 Barry Road, Roches ter; five grandchildren and six ereat-erandchildren. Bond Funeral Home, Ham- mondsport, took the body to the Langham Funeral Home m au-hnrn where services will be held at 2 p.m. today from St. Peter's Church. Burial will be in Soule Ceme tery, Auburn. v ARCHIBALD WILLIAMSON GENESEO Archibald T. Williamson, 75, of Avon Road, Geneseo, died at his home Sun day, (April 7, 1963). He had been an optometrist in Geneseo for the past 14 years A native of London, England, he had also been an optometrist there, He was a veteran of World War I having served with the British forces. He was a mem ber of the RAF and Royal En gineers. A member of Geneseo Ma sonic Lodge 214 and Geneseo Lodge No. 481 of the OES, he was also a member of the Livonia Chapter, Royal Arch Masons. He is survived by his widow, Bessie Turner Williamson; two daughters, Mrs. J. G. Poulin of Montreal, Can. and Mrs. J. Con-sidine, Geneva; a sister, Mrs, Nina Little, England; and six grandchildren. Friends may call at the W. S Rector and Sons Funeral Chapel, Geneseo, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. today. A Ma sonic service will be held at 8 p.m. today. Funeral services will be held from St. Michael's Church Wednesday at 2 p.m. with Rev, Ralph Hutton officiating. Those who desire may con tribute to the Cancer Fund, as a memorial to Dr. Williamson. LAWRENCE A. FUCIIS GENEVA Patrolman Lawrence Fuchs was in Pittsburgh, Pa. yesterday to attend the fu neral of his father, Lawrence A. Fuchs, 66, who died Friday (April 5, 1963), in the home of his daughter in Hollywood, Fla. He retired two years ago. The survivors are two sons, Patrolman Fuchs of Geneva and Francis T. Fuchs of Verona, Pa.; two daughters, Mrs. Mari-layd Huckenstein of Hollywood, Fla., and Mrs. Anne Pehe of Pittsburgh, and nine grandchildren. ROBERT BOYCE ELBA Robert James Boyce, 65, well-known Elba resident, died Sunday night (April 7, 1963) after a long illness. Mr. Boyce was born in Elba Dec. 2, 1898, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Boyce. He was employed by the A. A. Grinnell Company here for 25 years. Mr. Boyce was a member of the Elba Baptist Church and served as a trustee. He was an honorary member of the Elba Fire Department. Surviving are his widow, the former Helen MacConnell; three daughters, Mrs. Neal Maxon of Fairport, Mrs. Arthur Allen of Elba and Mrs. Anthony Dzi-ados of Mentor, Ohio; a sister, Mrs. Evelyn Schuler of Elba; two brothers, Warren Boyce of Friends may call at the H. E. Turner Funeral Home in Bata- via where services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Burial will be in Maple Lawn Cemetery, Elba. MRS. C. ADRIAN PIKE AVON Mrs. C. Adrian Pike, 72, of Avon, died yesterday (April 8, 1963). She had been in poor health for a year. A former school teacher in the Avon area, Mrs. Pike was a member of the Avon Methodist Church and a mem ber of the Genesee Valley Lodge of Rebekahs. She was a past noble grand of the Rebekahs. She is survived by her hus band, C. Adrian Pike of Avon; two sons, Chester of Avon and Harley of Hamburg; one daugh ter, Mrs. Evelyn Hackett of Webster; five brothers, Elmer Close of Hemlock, Lewis Close of St. Charles, 111., Edward Close of Horseheads, Kenneth Close of Wyoming, and Leland Close of Avon; three sisters, Mrs Flora Emmons and Mrs. Clara Billings of Perry, and Mrs. Vera Baylor of Dalton; 10 grandchil dren and two great-grandchil dren. Friends may call at the Ste phenson and Son Funeral Home, Avon, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Services will be held at the funeral home at 2 p.m. Thursday. Burial will be in Avon Ceme tery. Friends who wish may make memorial contributions to the Avon Methodist Church Memorial Fund. CLARENCE M. BAKER LYONS Clarence M. Baker, 66, died unexpectedly yesterday (April 8, 1963) in his home 33 Holley St. He had been In his usual health the night before, and after watching television pro grams retired. Shortly before 1 a.m. he complained that he did not feel good. Mrs. Baiter called the family physician who later pronounced him dead of a heart attack. Mr. Baker was born in the Town of Galen Sept. 6, 1896, son of Charles 0. and Caroline Rodenbach Baker. The family moved to the Holley Street home when he was seven years oia and ne lived there ever since. He was manager of produc tion control at Lyons plant of Hickok Manufacturing Co. for over 20 years. He was a mem ber of Lyons Methodist Church, a former member of Lyons Elks Lodge, a 4o-year member of Syracuse Central City Lodge 305, F&AM. After Lyons Union School he attended the Manlius Military School. Surviving are his widow. uarce Fotts Baker; one son, attorney Charles O. Baker of Pleasantville; a grandson. Les lie isaicer; a sister, Mrs. Vera Hurst of Oceanside, L.I., one niece and one nephew. Friends may call at the Boe- heim Funeral Home, 77 Williams St., Lyons, 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. today. The service there at 2 p.m. tomorrow will be conducted by Rev. Kenneth Slater, Lyons Methodist pastor, assisted by Rev. Carl Swift of Oswego, a former Lyons pastor. Burial will be in Lyons Rural Cemetery. MRS. MABEL BAKER BATAVIA Mrs. Mabel M. Baker, 76, of 8773 Prole Road, Stafford, died Sunday night (April 7, 1963) at her home. She had been in failing health for some time. Born in Batavia Dec. 12, 1886, she was the daughter of the late Seward H. and Ella Teege Miner. She was the widow of Herbert F. Baker. A 50-year member of the First Presbyterian Church, Mrs. Baker was past president of its women's organization and a member of class. She also was a past regent of Deo-On-Go-Wa Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution and a member of the Wednesday Night Bridge Club. Surviving are two sons, Roger M. of Wyoming and Dean F. of Stafford; a brother, Arthur E. Miner of Batavia; a sister, Mrs. Frank R. Young of Miami, Fla.; seven grandchildren and nieces and nephews. I Services will be at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at the H. E. Turner Funeral Home with Rev. Fremont L. Chapman of the First Presbyterian Church officiating. Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery. MRS. WARD STRYKER PENN YAN Mrs. Mabel G Stryker, 70, of Perm Yan RD 3, died yesterday (April 8, 1963) at the Griswold Nursing Home. Born in the Town of Wheeler, she was the daughter of John and Eva Lockwood Haight, and lived most of her life in the Penn Yan area. She was a member of Yatesville Methodist Church, and of Guyanoea Grange. She leaves her husband. Ward B. Stryker; a son, Jay L. Stry-ker of Potter; a daughter. Mrs. Viola Mattoon of Penn Yan RD 3; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Mildred Whitman of Lima, and 12 grand children. Friends may call at the Wel- don Funeral Home today and Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. A service will be held there at 2 p.m. Thursday with Rev. Milton Sweet, pastor of .tsrewerton Methodist Church. officiating. Burial will be in Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Ham- monasport. MRS. ANNA TRIMMINGHAM PENN YAN Mrs. Anna Trimmingham, 92, formerly of Penn Yan, died yesterday (April 8, 1963) at the Griswold Nursing Home. She was the daughter of Raphael and Anna Moon Hall, and the widow of Mark Trimming-ham. She was a member of the Branchport Methodist Church. She leaves a daughter, Miss Bessie Trimmingham of Oxford, and several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Thayer Funeral ChapeL today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. A service will be held there at 2 p.m. Wednesday with Rev. Charles Banks officiating. Burial will be in Lake View Cemetery. MRS. LAWRENCE WUJCICKI PERRY Mrs. Helen R. Wui- cicki, 67, wife of Lawrence Wujcicki of 32 Water St. died Sunday in the Wyoming Countv Community Hospital, Warsaw. ihe was a retired machine op erator with the Perrv Knittine Company. She had lived in Perry 50 years. Besides her husband, she leaves two sons, Albin Rosan- ski, Niagara Falls and Frank Rosanski of Varysburg; four sisters, Mrs. Lottie McKlin, Mt. Morris; Mrs. Wauneta Pack, of Calif., Mrs. Mildred Dunn, Ken- more and Mrs. Emma Rynkow-ski. There are three grandchildren. A mass of requiem will be sung at 10 a.m. Wednesday in St. Stanislaus Church with Rev, Walter Walegora officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. EDWARD BEACOCK PERRY Edward W, Bea-cock, 85, retired machine shop owner, died yesterday (April 18, 1963) in the Perry Nursing Home after a long illness. He came to Silver Lake six years ago from Le Roy and lived on Wesley Avenue on the Silver Lake campus. Mr. Bea- cock was a member of the IOOF in Le Roy. i He was born in Rome June 9, 1874, a son of Joseph and Mary O'Neil Beacock. On June 6, 1955, he married Addie E. Bucknam of Perry. He is survived by his widow and two daughters, Mrs. Grace Conley and Mrs. Charles Fan- cher of Rochester. Rev. Charles Williams of Sil ver Lake will officiate at a serv ice at 2 p.m. Thursday in the aaton .Funeral Home. Burial will be in Prospect am. cemetery, perry Center. MRS. CHARLOTTE WILLIAMS PERRY A service will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Eaton Funeral Home for Mrs. Charlotte E. Williams, 88, formerly of Leicester, who died Saturday in Sodus. Burial will be in the Leicester Cemetery. Mrs. Williams was the widow of Edward Williams who died in 1938. Born in Leicester Nov. 24, 1874, she was a daughter of ttoDert and Jannie Fallo Baker For the past 20 years, she nad lived with a dauehter. Mrs Mildred Eames in Sodus. Mrs. Williams was a member of the Leicester Presbyterian Church surviving are three daughtes, Mrs. Louis Yunker. Leicester. Mrs. Norman Hunt, Rochester, and Airs. Lames; a son, Dwight Williams in Hawaii; a brother, Charles Baker, Baldwinsville: a sister, Mrs. Mary Patrick of rerry. There are seven erandrhil dren and 10 great-gnandchil- aren. MRS. ANNA BENNETT HORNELL Mrs. Anna Bennett, 92, of 55 State St., and a former resident of Howard, died Sunday night (April 7, 1963) at St. James Mercy Hospital after a long illness. A native of Howard, she had resided there most of her life and taught school in several rural areas of Steuben County for over 23 years. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Marion Bedell of South hampton, L. I.; three sons, George H. Bennett of Canaser- aga, Clair H. Bennett of Howard and Robert F. Bennett of Dele-van; 12 grandchildren and 29 great-grandchildren. The body is at the Crandall and Crandall Funeral Home in Hornell. Services will be held there at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Burial will be in Howard Cemetery in the Town of Howard. MRS. LEON PIERCE Mrs. Minnie E. Pierce, 82, died yesterday (April 8, 1963) in the Thompson Memorial Hospital in Canandaigua.. , She was born in Avoca on April 3, 1881, and was the wife of Leon (Skip) Pierce, who retired three years ago after 58 years of being a barber in Naples. In addition to her husband, she leaves three nieces and three nephews. Friends may call at the Moore Funeral Home in Naples Tuesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. A service will be held there Wednesday at 2 p.m., Rev. Darius Ratcliffe officiating. Burial will be in Lake View Cemetery, Penn Yan. GEORGE HEATH wm.nOTT Georee S. Heath. 79, of Orchard St., Wolcott, died yesterday afternoon (April 8, 1963) at the Wolcott Hospital following a short illness. His wife, Esther, died 11 years ago Mr. Heath always lived around Wolcott and North Wolcott. Surviving are two step-daugh ters, Mrs. Luther Decker of Wolcott and Mrs. Viola Reed of Wolcott; two step-sons, Mel vin Alford of Canastota and Jesse Alford of North Rose; and several nieces and nephews. A service will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Becker Funeral Home at Red Creek with burial in North Wolcott Cemetery. Rev. Russell Henry of Huron, retired Presbyterian minister, will officiate, TO SHOW SLIDES PRATTSBURG Dr. William T. Lyons of Naples will show slides of his travels in France, Holland, and Switzerland, when the Rotary Club meets today at 6:15 p.m. in Prattsburg Central School cafeteria. Steel Output Hits ' High for Year NEW YORK UP) Steel pro-duction hit 2,413,000 tons last week for - the highest level in more than a year, the American Iron and Steel Institute said yesterday. That level, representing 129.5 per cent of the 1957-1959 index base, is 1.1 per cent higher than the previous week's output of 2,387,000 tons. The index then was 128.1. The total is the high est since the week ended March 31, 1962, when production was 2,417,000 tons and the index 129.7. The weekly rise was the tenth in succession. Today's Eyenfi April 9, 1?U Entertainment event! ore listed on Paoe ij. porrs events on paaes ?r-i?i worn. en' events on Rages 24, 25, 27. mnecnon reminder: All 1?51 cars miuuiu oe inspected ay April 30 so they can be driven leaallv In Mm Rotary Club, speaker, L. H. A. Hankev, headmaster, preparatory school ot Clifton i-ouege, Bristol, fcnglana, powers Hotel, noon. Rochester Advertiser, Ilniu.r.ih rinh 4:30 p.m. Rochester Business Institute, centennial dinner, Chamber of Commerce, e:30 p.m. Rochester Area Multiple Sclerosis inapter, Monroe countv Infirmary, 8 p.m. American Association of Agricultural College Editors, convention, AAonoer norei, an aav. Western New York Peach erawer At. sociatlon, annual meeting, Brockport Inn, noon. Eastslde Neighborhood Council, East- siae community House, 43 8 reck St., p.m. Tray n Talk, Baptist Temple, 14 Franklin St., noon. Historical Society, 485 East Ave., open y: a.m. to 4:ju p.m. City pound, 263 Central Ave., open I a.m. to midnight. Public Library, main, open 9 a.m. to v p.m.. Branches, 2 to y p.m.; Traveling Library: Grondview Heights firehall. Greece, 10 to 1 a.m.; Our Mother of juuwn. omuut. uiccw. 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