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TUESDAY. JULY 28. 1QA7 THE HOME NEWS 05 Louise Bossong, saw 111 years of changes By MICHELLE ROBINSON Home News staff writer SAYREVILLE - Driving to the local shopping mall or watching the evening news is usually given as much thought as brushing one's teeth. But when Louise C. Bossong took her first breath back in June 1876, cars and television sets would have seemed as far off as the world inhabited by Luke Skywalker and friends. When Miss Bossong took her last breath Sunday at age 111, a page of live history went with her. "She had a wonderful attitude toward life," says Judy Orgonas of her grand aunt. She says her aunt attributed her longevity to "moderation" and her "faith in God." C ANISKO In Monroe, on July 27, 1 987, Zotia Korzenko otFonRun, Monroe. Services will be Wednesday at 9 a.m. at the Lester Memorial Home. 16 Church St Jamesburg, followed by a 9:30 a m. Mass ot Christian Burial at Holy Trinity R.C. Church Helmetta. Burial will be in Our Lady of Czestochowa Cemetery, Ooylestown, Pa. Friends and relatives may call at the funeral home Tuesday 2 -4 and 7 -9 p.m. ARRUDA In South Amboy, on July 27 1987, Agnes Macdonald of York Street. Old Bridge. Services will be Thursday at 9 a.m. from the Rezem Funeral Home, 457 Cranbury Road, East Brunswick, followed by a 10 a m Mass of Christian Burial at St. Ambrose R.c Church, Old Bridge. Burial will be in Forest Green Park Cemetery, Morganville. Friends and relatives may call at the funer- II home Tuesday 7-9 p.m. and Wednesday 2-4and7-9p.m. BALABAS In Perth Amboy, on July 27, 1987, Susan Nagy of Paul Avenue, South River, formerly of Perth Am boy. . Services will be Thursday at 9:30 .m. from the Maliszewski Funeral Home, 218 Whitehead Ave., South River, followed by a 10a.m. service at the First Reformed Church, South River. Burial will be Washington Monumental Cemetery, South River. Friends and relatives may call at the funeral home Wednesday 2 -4 and 7 -9 p.m. B,LJ?JS ,n Ne Bruflswick, on July 27, 1987, John N. of Renoux Drive, Milltown. Services will be Thursday at 1 1 a.m. in the Gleason Funeral Home, 1360 Hamilton St., in the Somerset section of Franklin. Entombment will be in Franklin Memorial Mausoleum, North Brunswick. Friends and relatives may call at the funer- lhomeWednesday2-4and7-9p.m. . CHOLEWA In South Amboy, on July 26 1 98 7 , Frances M . Kuidzal, of Joseph Street. . Sayreville. s Services will be Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. b from the Maliszewski Memorial Home, 121-i 123MainSt , Sayreville, followedbya9a m Mass of Christian Burial at St. Stanislaus : R.C. Church, Sayreville. Burial will follow in thechurchcemetery. ' Friendsmaycalltodayatthefuneralnoma . Tuesday2-4and7-9p.m. DAUGHERTY In Melbourne, Fla., on July 25, 1987, Grace of Melbourne, formerly of Edison, N.J. ServlceswillbeThursdayatlOa.m.attha Boylan Funeral Home, 10 Wooding Ave . Edison. Burial will be In Washington Cemetery, Washington, N.J. In lieu ot flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. Friends and relatives may call at the funeral home Wednesday 7-9 p.m. .FRANKO In New Brunswick, on July 26, , 1987. John F. of Seaman Street, NewBruns-- wick. Services will be 8:30 a m. Wednesday at . theGowen Funeral Home, 233 Somerset St., . New Brunswick, followed by a 9 a m . Mass of Christian Burial at St. Peter'sChurch. Burial will be in St. Peter's Cemetery, New Brunswick. Friends and relatives may call at the funeral home Tuesday 2 -4 and 7-9 p.m. HORN In Maine, on July 23, 1987, John Christopher of Whitman Road, North Bruns- wick, formerly of the Monmouth Junction section of South Brunswick. Services will be Thursday at 10a.m. at the Bunker Hill Lutheran Church, Bunker Hill Road, Griggstown, with the Rev. Robert Slet-ta, pastor, officiating. Entombment will be in Franklin Memorial Park, NorthBrunwick. Memorial contributions may be made to the Bunker Hill Lutheran Church, Bunker Hill Road, Griggstown, N J. 08540. Arrangements are being made by the M.J. Murphy Funeral Home, 616 Ridge Road, corner of West New Road, Monmouth Junction. Friends and relatives may call at thefuner- lhomeWednesday2-4nd 7 -9p m. MAYDISH In Elizabeth, on July 26, 1987, Frank A. of Augusta Street, South Am boy. Services will be Thursday at 8 30 a m. from the Kurzawa Funeral Home, 338 Main St., South Amboy, followed by a 9 a.m. Mass ot Christian Burial at the Sacred Heart R.C. Church, South Amboy. Burial will be in Sacred Heart Cemetery, Sayreville. Friends and relatives may call at the funeral home Wednesday 2 -4 and 7 -9 p.m. PISCITELLI In South River, on July 26, 1987, Joanne Baldacchino of Coltaa Street, South River. Services will be Friday at 9:1 S am from the Long Funeral Home, 822 Philadelphia Ave., Barnesboro, Pa. Burial will be in Mount Carmel Cemetery, Barnesboro. Local arrangements are being handled by the Rezem Funeral Home, 457 Cranbury Road, East Brunswick. Friends and relatives may call at the Rezem Funeral Home Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. and at the Long Funeral Home Thursday 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. PONDER In Lyons, on July 25, 1987, Zeke of Joyce KilmerVillage. New Brunswick. Services will be Thursday at noon at the Anderson Funeral Service, 201 Sandford St., New Brunswick, with the Rev. Lula Byrd, of Mount Zion AME Church, New Brunswick, officiating. Burial will be in the New Jersey Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Arneytown. Friends and relatives may call at the funeral homeThursday 10a.m. -noon. SULLIVAN In New Brunswick, on July 26, 1987, Edmund T. of Dayton Road, Edison. Services will be Thursday at 9 a.m. from the Boylan Funeral Home, 10 Wooding Ave., Edison, followed by a 9 30 a m. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Matthew's Church, Edison. Burial will be in Resurrection Cemetery, Piscataway. Friends and relatives may call at the funeral home Tuesday 7-9 and Wednesday 2-4 and 7 -9p.m. In Memorlam I 3 Memory of J'l1 cmiiic mHnic t. niHiL. ri n i in U .VJ BACSIK 5, ft. BORN 22268. f Z , died 3 years ago iJL 1 today, July 28, 1984. Remembrance is a golden chain Death tries to break but all in vain; To have, to love and then to part Is the greatest sorrow of one's heart. The years may wipe out many things, But This they wipe out never--The memory of those happy days When we were all together. sadly misted by MOM DAD GRANDMA a GRANDPOP TAKACS GRANDMA BACSIK AUNT DOT a UNCLE BILL, MATT, FAMILY a FRIENDS A former editor at MacMilliam Publishing Co., New York City, Miss Bossong could have been thought of as a live computer that stored countless milestones from the late 19th century to the present Orgonas said the fact that people no longer died from illnesses like consumption was a wonder to her aunt So was the automobile, which Miss Bossong thought of as "marvelous," says Orgonas. Unlike some people, who resist change, Miss Bossong welcomed it "She was in favor of anything that made life more convenient," says her niece. Organos says her aunt's age was not her only distinguishing possession, she was also a "soft kind and patient woman. She was a kind, old lady who cared about people." Miss Bossong, a longtime New York City resident, was very active Helen H. Johnson, 77 NEW BRUNSWICK Helen Hunter Johnson died Thursday at St Peter's Medical Center, at the age of 77. She was born in Toronto, Canada and lived in the New Brunswick area since 1933. During World War II, she did volunteer work for the Red Cross, CARE and Bundles for Britain. Her husband, Dr. Helgi Johnson, a geologist at Rutgers University, died in 1974. Surviving are a brother, William C. Hunter of Toronto and a sister, Bessie E. Webb of Toronto. Private services are under the direction of the Quackenboss Funeral Home, 156 Livingston Ave., New Brunswick. Memorial contributions may be made to St Peter's Medical Center, New Brunswick. Zeke Ponder Jr., 58 NEW BRUNSWICK - Zeke Ponder Jr., 58, of Joyce Kilmer Village, formerly of Seaman Street, died Saturday at the Lyons Veterans Administration Hospital after a long illness. Mr. Ponder was born in Madison, Ga., and lived in New Brunswick since 1948. He was an Army veteran of the Korean Conflict. He was a laborer for Union Carbide Corp., Bridgewater, for 15 years. Surviving are his wife, Winnie Wooden Ponder; two daughters, Diane and Pamela Ponder, both of New Brunswick; two sons, Douglas of Atlanta and Edward of New Brunswick; and three grandchildren. Services will be Thursday at noon at the Anderson Funeral Service, 201 Sandford St, New Brunswick, with the Rev. Lula Byrd, of Mount Zion AME Church, New Brunswick, officiating. Burial will be at the New Jersey Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Arneytown. Joanne Piscitelli services SOUTH RrVER Services have been scheduled for Joanne Elizabeth Baldacchino Piscitelli, 43, of Colfax Street who died Sunday at home. Services will be Friday at 9:15 a.m. from the Long Funeral Home, 822 Philadelphia Ave., Barnesboro, Pa. Burial will be in Mount Carmel Cemetery, Barnsboro. Local arrangements are being handled by the Rezem Funeral Home, 457 Cranbury Road, East Brunswick. Agnes M. Arruda, 52 OLD BRIDGE Agnes Macdonald Arruda, 52, of York Street died yesterday at the South Amboy Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Arruda was born in Niagara Falls, N.Y., and moved to Old Bridge 20 years ago. She was a communicant of St Ambrose R.C. Church. Surviving are her husband, Edward J. Arruda; a daughter, Juliette Sibilia of Forked River; two sons, Edward M. Arruda of Memphis, Tenn., and Steven Arruda with the U.S. Navy in Norfolk, Va.; a brother, James MacDonald of Temple Hill, Md.; and three grandchildren. Services will be Thursday at 9 MEMORIAL FLOWERS Fruit Baskets Silk Arrangements, Green Plants Satisfaction Guaranteed David's Florist 224 Hamilton St. 247-6323 New Brunswick, NJ 247-6324 Wc Honor Motf Crpitir C,ird FLORIST li MEMORIAL FLUWtna HIEDDIMO FLOWERS ft 1ILKS a FRESH FBUIT BASKETS WWLDWtOESHWCEi it cnirruoivcQ 7u7.rK7 I r'-y" - y ; Louise Bossong in 1904, at age 28, birthday party. in church activities and was a communicant of St Mary's R.C. Church, South Amboy, during her 11-year residence in the borough's Parlin section. Orgonas said that she was alert for most of her life and it was only during her last few months at the Holmdel Nursing Home where she was a favorite that she began to "slip away." a.m. from the Rezem Funeral Home, 457 Cranbury Road, East Brunswick, followed by a 10 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial at St Ambrose R.C. Church, Old Bridge. Burial will be in Forest Green Park Cemetery, Morganville. John N. Bloss, 67 MILLTOWN John N. Bloss, 67, of Renoux Drive died yesterday at the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, New Brunswick. Mr. Bloss was born in Cheese-quake and was a lifelong area resident Before retiring in 1985, he worked for 30 years as an assembler for the Ford Motor Co., Edison. He was a member of the United Auto Workers, Local No. 980, Edison. Surviving are his wife, Ann Lep-pert Bloss; a son, Robert Grover of North Brunswick; four daughters, Marian Pinter of Hillsborough, Helen Marshall of Milltown, Dorothy White, also of North Brunswick, and Eleanor Butt of New Brunswick; 13 grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren. Services will be Thursday at 11 a.m. in the Gleason Funeral Home, 1360 Hamilton St, in the Somerset section of Franklin. Entombment will be in Franklin Memorial Mausoleum, North Brunswick. John V. Dadon, 77 SOUTH AMBOY John V. Dadon, 77, of Bayshore Drive died Sunday at South Amboy Memorial Hospital. Mr. Dadon was born in Holmdel and was a longtime South Amboy resident x Before retiring, h.e worked for many years as laborer at the Hercules Co., in the Parlin section of Sayreville. He was a communicant of the Sacred Heart R.C. Church, South Amboy. His wife, Mary Brzowski Dadon, died in 1983. Surviving are a son, John Dadon of South Amboy, with whom he lived; four sisters, Mary Pasterak, Jessie Dadon and Martha Wojciechowski, all of South Amboy, and Margaret Martz of Lexington, Ky. Services will be tomorrow 8:30 a.m. from the Kurzawa Funeral Home, 338 Main St, South Amboy, followed by a 9 am. Mass of Christian Burial at Sacred Heart R.C. Church. Burial will be in Sacred Heart Cemetery, Sayreville. Susan N. Balabas, 92 SOUTH RIVER - Susan Nagy Balabas, 92, of Paul Avenue died yesterday at Perth Amboy General Hospital after a brief illness. Mrs. Balabas was born in Berk-esz Szabolcz Megue, Hungary, and lived in Perth Amboy before moving to South River in 1911. Before retiring in 1932, she had worked for 20 years as a cigar maker at the former General Cigar Co., New Brunswick. Mrs. Balabas was a member of the First Reformed Church, South River. She became a naturalized citzen in 1981. Mrs. Balabas' husband, Joseph Balabas Sr., died in 1948. Her sons, Joseph Balabas Jr. and Louis Balabas died in 1985 and 1986 respectively. Surviving are two daughters, Helen Smilek of South River, with whom she lived, and Barbara Chi-cos, also of South River; three sons, Michael and Gustave Balabas, both of Sayreville, and William "Doc" Balabas of South River; six grandchildren and 13 greatgrandchildren. Services will be Thursday at 9:30 a.m. from the Maliszewski Funeral Home, 218 Whitehead Ave., South River, followed by a 10 a.m. service at the First Reformed Church, South River., Burial will be Washington Monumental Cemetery, South River. f - y. .x-.tit ft-;'- U and last year at her 1 1 0th Surviving Miss Bossong are several nieces and nephews. Services will be tomorrow at 9 a.m. at Kurzawa Funeral Home, 338 Main St, South Amboy, followed by a 9:30 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial at St Mary's R.C. Church. Burial will be at St John's Cemetery, Queens, N.Y. Dorothy M. Larsen, 85 EAST WINDSOR Dorothy M. Larsen, 85, of East Windsor died yesterday in the Merwick Unit of The Medical Center at Princeton after a long illness. Mrs. Larsen was born in Elizabeth and lived in the Colonia section of Woodbridge from 1940 to 1979, when she moved to East Windsor. She was a member of the Violet Rebecca Lodge, No. 56, Perth Amboy, and a member of the Amaryllis Court No. 35, also of Perth Amboy. She had also been a volunteer at the Red Cross Blood Bank, Woodbridge. Mrs. Larsen was predeceased by her husband, J. Einer Larsen. Surviving are a son, Charles Richard Larsen of East Windsor; a sister, Edith Flemming of Den-ville; and two grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. There will be a memorial service tomorrow at 1 p.m. at the Dayton Presbyterian Church, in the Dayton section of South Brunswick, with the Rev. Kathy J. Nelson, pastor, officiating. Burial will be private. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 2303 Woodbridge Ave., Edison, N.J. 08817, or to the Dayton Presbyterian Church, Georges Road, Dayton, N.J. 08810. Arrangements are being made by the M.J. Murphy Funeral Home, 616 Ridge Road, corner of West New Road in the Monmouth Junction section of South Brunswick. John C. Horn, 69 NORTH BRUNSWICK - John Christopher Horn, 69, of Whitman Road died Thursday at his summer residence in Great Pond, Belgrade Lakes, Maine. Mr. Horn was born in Mar-tinsburg, W.Va., and lived in the Monmouth Junction section of South Brunswick for many years before recently moving to North Brunswick. Before retiring, he was an engineer and supervisor for the power house at Union Carbide Corp., Bound Brook. He was with the corporation for 33 years. Mr. Horn was a retired lieutenant colonel in the Army Reserve at Fort Monmouth. He was a member of the South Brunswick Lions Club and the Monmouth Junction First Aid Squad. Surviving are his wife, Maria La Barbera Horn; a sister, Anna Lee Bell of Georgetown, Del.; his stepmother, Anna Horn of Georgetown, Del.; and several nieces and nephews. Services will be Thursday at 10 a.m. at the Bunker Hill Lutheran Church, Bunker Hill Road, Griggstown, with the Rev. Robert Sletta, pastor, officiating. Burial will be at Franklin Memorial Park, North Brunswick. Memorial contributions may be made to the Bunker Hill Lutheran Church, Bunker Hill Road, Griggstown, N.J. 08540. Arrangements are by M.J. Murphy Funeral Home, 616 Ridge Road, corner of W. New Road, Monmouth Junction. FrankA.Maydish,72 SOUTH AMBOY - Frank A Maydish, 72, of Augusta Street died Sunday at St Elizabeth Hospital, Elizabeth. Mr. Maydish was born in Lans-ford, Pa., and was a long-time South Amboy resident Before retiring in 1974, he was an inspector for General Motors Corp., Linden, for 30 years. He was an Army veteran of World War II. Mr. Maydish was a communicant of Sacred Heart R.C. Church. His wife, Pauline Maydish, died in 1973. Surviving are a daughter, Carole Trzaska of Middletown; a son, Ronald of East Keansburg; two sisters, Mary Warrick of the Fords section of Woodbridge and Sophie Sturek of Houston; a brother, Andy of Sayreville; and four TIT K Hi I I I Columnist Jim Bishop, wrote book on Lincoln DELRAY BEACH, Fla. (AP) Jim Bishop, a nationally syndicated columnist who also wrote a series of books re-creating days in the lives of Jesus Christ, Martin Luther King Jr. and U.S. presidents, has died at age 79. Bishop, a native of Jersey City, N.J., died of respiratory failure Sunday at his home here. The best-selling books combined novelistic creativity and historical detail. As a nationally syndicated columnist for King Features Syndicate, Bishop wrote "Jim Bishop: Reporter" three days a week for 27 years from Hallandale where he lived before moving to Delray Beach. He closed his Oct 12, 1983, column, which was his last, with, "I walk into the shadows temporarily." He wrote 21 books, including "The Day Lincoln Was Shot," published in 1955. It recreated events that day within the Lincoln administration and among those who plotted against the president The book sold more than 3 million copies, was translated into 16 languages, and pioneered a style that Bishop grandchildren. Services will be Thursday at 8:30 a.m. from the Kurzawa Funeral Home, 338 Main St., South Amboy, followed by a 9 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial at Sacred Heart R.C. Church. Burial will be at Sacred Heart Cemetery, Sayreville. Zofia K. Anisko, 83 MONROE Zofia Korzenko Anisko, 83, of Fox Run died yesterday at home after a long illness. Mrs. Anisko was born in Poland and lived in East Hampton, Mass., before moving to Monroe eight years ago. Before retiring in 1969, she worked as a seamstress for George Lesno Coat Co., East Hampton. She was a member of the St Ann Society of Sacred Heart R.C. Church, East Hampton. Her husband, Joseph Anisko, died in 1980. Surviving are a daughter, Leoka-dia Korzenko of Monroe, with whom she lived; a son, John Anisko of Warren, Pa.; two sisters, Stanislawa Makowski of El Paso, Texas, and Jozesa Forbotko of Chicago; seven grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Services will be Wednesday at 9 a.m. at the Lester Memorial Home, 16 Church St, Jamesburg, followed by a 9:30 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial at Holy Trinity R.C. Church, Helmetta. Burial will be in Our Lady of Czestochowa Cemetery, Doyles-town, Pa. Edmund T. Sullivan, 81 EDISON Edmund T. Sullivan of Dayton Road died Sunday at St Peter's Medical Center, New Brunswick, at the age of 81. He was born in Elizabeth and lived there before moving to Edison 37 years ago. Mr. Sullivan was a partner with Sabbeth Bulletin Inc. of West Caldwell for seven years. He was a communicant of St Matthew's R.C. Church, Edison, and a member of its Holy Name Society and the St Vincent de Paul Society. Mr. Sullivan was a charter member of the New Brunswick Serra Club and the Speakers Bureau. He was a member of the Edison Charter Study Commission and had played semipro football with the Bayonne Vikings in the 1930s. He received the Carnegie Hero Medal in 1935 from the Carnegie Foundation in Pittsburgh. The medal is given to a person who endangers his own life while saving someone else. Surviving are his wife, Elizabeth M. Tierney Sullivan; two daughters, Audrey A. Horner of Hillsborough and Maureen E. Nulty of Medford; a twin sister, Mercedes Ackers of Brant Beach; and 10 grandchildren. Services will be Thursday at 9 a.m. at Boylan Funeral Home, 10 Wooding Ave., Edison, followed by a 9:30 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial at St Matthew's Church. Burial will be at Resurrection Cemetery, Piscataway. John F. Franko, 74 NEW BRUNSWICK - John F. Franko of Seaman Street died Sunday at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital at the age of 74. He was born in Czechoslovakia and lived in New Brunswick for 62 years. Before retiring 10 years ago, Mr. Franko was a leatherworker for Louis Lefkowitz and Brother, Mill-town. He was a communicant of St. Peter's R.C. Church, New Brunswick, and a member of its Holy Name Society. Surviving are his wife, Anna Lesko Franko; a son, John J. of Warwick, N.Y.; two brothers. An repeated in "The Day Christ Died" in 1957, "The Day Christ Was Born" in 1960, "A Day in the Life of President Kennedy," in 1964, and subsequent books about Kennedy's assassination, President Lyndon Johnson and President Franklin D. Roosevelt' James Alonzo Bishop was born Nov. 21, 1907. He began his career as a copy boy at the New York Daily News in 1929. He became a reporter for the New York Daily Mirror a year later. In 1932, he became assistant to columnist Mark Hellinger, then was a rewrite man and feature writer at the Daily Mirror from 1934 to 1943. He was associate editor at Colliers magazine in 1943 and the magazine's war editor until the end of World War II. Bishop was executive editor of Liberty magazine from 1945 to 1947 and was founding editor of Gold Medal books in 1949. He was also founding editor of Catholic Digest Book Club from 1954 to 1955. He is survived by his wife, Kelly, and four daughters. Funeral arrangements were incomplete. drew and Joseph, both of New Brunswick; and two grandchildren. Services will be 8:30 a.m. tomorrow at the Gowen Funeral Home, 233 Somerset St., New Brunswick, followed by a 9 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial at St Peter's R.C. Church. Burial will be at St Peter's Cemetery, New Brunswick. Grace Daugherty, 72 MELBOURNE;, Fla. Grace Daugherty, formerly of Edison, N.J., died Saturday at Holmes Medical Center, Melbourne, at the age of 72. She was born in Lumberton, N.C., and lived in Edison before moving to Florida five years ago. Before retiring 12 years ago, Mrs. Daugherty worked for Western Electric for more than 25 years. She was a member of the Bell Pioneers. Her husband, Herbert Daugherty, died in 1982. Surviving are two sons, Ronald of Washington, N.J., and Herbert of Edison; two sisters, Kathleen Smyles and Myrtle DeMond, both of Melbourne; two brothers, Samuel and Robert Parker, both of Melbourne; six grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Services will be Thursday at 10 a.m. at the Boylan Funeral Home, 10 Wooding Ave., Edison. Burial will be at Washington Cemetery, Washington, N.J. AdeleHudock,81 HILLSBOROUGH Adele A. Urban Hudockdied Sunday at her daughter's home in Manville. She was 81. She was born in Kingston, Pa., and lived in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., before moving to Hillsborough many years ago. MMrs. Hudock was a trimmer for Smeltzer Dress Co., formerly of Manville. She was a communicant of Sacred Heart R.C. Church, Manville. Her husband, Michael Hudock Sr., died 40 years ago. A son, Michael Jr., died in 1983. Surviving are a son, Joseph of Bridgewater; five daughters, Irene Sedor of Hillsborough, Anna Kot-larchick of Manville, Bernadine Sherman of Flemington, Mary Gibson of Vincentown and Frances Ryan of Morrisville, Pa.; a brother, Al Urban of Elizabeth; 15 grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren. Services will be tomorrow at 8:30 a.m. from the Fucillo and Warren Funeral Home, 205 S. Main St., Manville, followed by a 9 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial at Sacred Heart R.C. Church. Burial will be at Sacred Heart Cemetery, Hillsborough. Grace M. Waugh, 68 PLAINFIELD Services were held Friday for Grace M. Waugh, who died July 19 at Muhlenberg Regional Medical Center at the age of 68. Burial was at Hillside Cemetery, Scotch Plains. Mrs. Waugh was a lifelong resident ofPlainfield. She worked for many years for the Artcolor Printing Co., Dunel-len. Mrs. Waugh was a member of Shiloh Baptist Church, Plainfield, and its Senior Citizens Group. Her husband, James Waugh, died in 1979. Surviving are four sons, James D. of Chester, Pa.. Robert of Houston, Marvin L. of Newark and Earl L. of Plainfield; two daughters, Jean W. Grier of Metuchen and Carol A. Bryant ofPlainfield; a sister. Marjorie Inez Craft of Plain-field; a brother. William E. Banks of Philadelphia; 17 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. i

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