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12 THE RIDGEWOOD NEWS November 18, 1970 Obituaries Garret Bysterbusch HAWTHORNE Garret A. Bysterbusch, a resident of the borough for 46 years, died Saturday at the Ridgewood Nursing Home after a brief illness. He was 86 years old. Mr. Bysterbusch was born in The Netherlands and to this country 69 years ago.

He lived in Prospect Park before moving to the borough. He was a maintenance man with Rosenstein Brothers of Paterson before, his member retirement of and the Prospect Park Christian Red-formed Church. He is survived by his wife, the former Hilda Nawyn; a daughter. Mrs. Jeanette Drexl of Wyckoff: three sons, Bert.

Ryan and Neil. all of the borough: two sisters. Mrs. Jeanette DeWitt of Toms River and Mrs. Henrietta Krieger of Prospect Park, and seven gra children.

The funeral and interment were private. Arrangements were under the direction of the Vander PlaatVermeulen Memorial Home of Franklin Lakes. Charles H. Conklin OAKLAND Charles H. Conklin of the borough, a N.J.

motor vehicle examiner in Paramus, died Monday at Bergen Pines County Hospital, Paramus. He was 56 years old. A native of the Midvale section of Wanaque, he lived in the borough nine years. He also was a retired Air Force master sergeant. Mr.

Conklin is survived by his wife, the former Dorothy Carlough: a daughter, Deborah of Hawthorne; a stepdaughter, Patricia Moore of Hawthorne; a brother, Robert of Pequannock, and a sister, Mrs. William 1 (Doris) Trusewicz of Wanaque. A funeral service will be conducted today at 1 p.m. at the D'Agostino Funeral Home, 881 Ringwood Wanaque. The Rev.

Archie Parr, pastor of the Midvale United Methodist Church, will officiate. Interment will be in Ponds Church Cemetery. T. William Davenport WYCKOFF A funeral service for T. William Davenport Sr.

of the township was held Monday at the Vander Plaat Funeral Home. Mr. Davenport, 78, died Nov. 11 at The Valley Hospital. Born in Paterson, he lived there before moving to the township 17 years ago.

He was the owner of the National Press Co. in Paterson. Mr. Davenport was a member of Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church of Paterson and Wyckoff Masonic Lodge 287. He was the husband of the late Edna M.

Van Houten Davenport. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Grace Roberts of the township; two sons, James A. of the township and Thomas W. Jr.

of Hawthorne; a sister, Mrs. Alice Armitt of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and six grandchildren. Interment was in Van Houten Cemetery, Franklin Lakes. Mrs. Roy Durie RIDGEWOOD A mass of the resurrection for Mrs.

Mary Ann Durie of the village, a former Hawthorne resident, was offered Tuesday at St. John's Cathe- dral, Paterson. Mrs. Durie died Friday at the Bel-Air Manor Nursing Home, Wanaque, after a long ilIness. Born in Paterson, she lived in Hawthorne before moving to the village twoand-a-half years ago.

She was a switchboard operator with the First National Bank of N.J. in Totowa before her retirement five years ago. She was the wife of the late Roy Durie. Mrs. Durie is survived by a brother.

Richard Haydinger Midland Park; a sister. "Miss Rose Haydinger of San Francisco, and several nieces and nephews. Interment was in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Totowa. Arrangements were under the direction of the James S. Scullion and Son Funeral Home in Paterson.

John Farbaniec GLEN ROCK John Farbaniec of Glen Avenue, a retired stationary engineer, died Monday at The Valley Hospital. He was 69 years old. A native of Paterson, he lived in the borough nine years. He was a stationary engineer with the Worldwide Dye Corp. when he retired in 1963..

Mr. Farbaniec was a member of Alexander Hamilton Masonic Lodge 222, a 32nd degree master Mason with Salaam Temple of Livingston, a member of United Commercial Travelers. and a member of Miriam Chapter 8, Order of the Eastern Star. He is survived by his wife, the former Marie Coney; a son, Philip of Allendale, and four grandchildren. A funeral service will be held today at the Scillieri Funeral Home, 351 Fifth Paterson.

The Rev. Thomas Ward, pastor of Highlands United Presbyterian Church of Allendale, will officiate. Joseph S. Fennell HAWTHORNE S. Fennell, a resident of the borough for 18 years, died Monday at Saddle Brook General Hospital, Saddle Brook.

Mr. Fennell was 62 years old. A native of Jersey City, he lived in Nanuet, N. before moving to the borough. He was head custodian at the Heights School in Oakland for the past five-and-a-half years.

Earlier, he had been with the Engineers Sales Co. in Summit. He was a member of Benevolent Masonic Lodge 45 of Fair Lawn. Mr. Fennell is survived by his wife, the former Anna Schmitt; a daughter, Mrs.

Jo- Ann Wilson of the borough; two sisters, Mrs. Daniel (June) Bunce and Mrs. Richard (May) Bunce, both of Methuen, and a grandson. The funeral will be today at 10:30 a.m. from the Browning-Forshay Funeral Home, 557 Lafayette to Laurel Grove Cemetery in Totowa where a graveside service will be conducted.

Joseph J. Flood WALDWICK A funeral service for Joseph John Flood of the borough was held yesterday at the C. C. Van Emburgh Mortuary Chapel, Ridgewood. Mr.

Flood, 48 died Sunday at The Valley Hospital. Born in New York City, he lived in the Kingsbridge section of the Bronx before moving to the borough eight VAN EMBURGH-SNEIDER FUNERAL HOME, INC. 109 Darlington Avenue Ramsey, N. J. 07446 Telephone: 327-0030 5 Spacious Chapels Large Parking Facilities "Every Service Rendered With Professional Competence" Howard F.

Sneider, Owner John J. Feeney and Sona Funeral Homes In Ridgewood: 232 Franklin Ave. 444-7650 In Paterson: 385 Park Avenue 684-4395 years ago. He was a construction electrician in New York City for 29 years. Mr.

Flood received an electrical engineering degree from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn in 1951. He was a member of Local 3, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, and was an Army veteran of World War II. He is survived by his wife, the former Mary Weber; his parents, Mrs. and Mrs. Joseph Flood of the Bronx: a sister, Mrs.

Virginia Porter of Queens, N.Y.. and a brother. John of the Bronx. Interment was in Pinelawn Cemetery, Pinelawn, N.Y. Beldon Gannon Jr.

mass E. J. GanMAHWAH-1 A funeral non Jr. of 1 Shuart Road was offered Monday at Sacred Heart R.C. Church, Suffern, N.Y.

Mr. Gannon, 21, died Nov. 11 at his home. Born in Suffern, he lived in the township five years and was a truck driver. Beldon is survived by son, Beldon E.

J. III; his father, Beldon E. J. Sr. of the township; a brother, Christopher of the township, and four sisters, Mrs.

Margaret Conklin of Hillburn, N.Y., and Linda, Veronica and Dorothea, all of the township. Interment was in 'Airmont Cemetery, Suffern. Arrangements were under the direction of the Wanamaker and Carlough Funeral Home of Suffern. Richard Goldrick Sr RIDGEWOOD Richard James Goldrick Sr. of 738 Hillcrest Road, a resident of the village for 34 years, died Sunday at his home.

He was 60 years old. A native of Jersey City, he lived there before moving to the village. He was an engineer with Gibbs and Cox, a naval architectural firm in New York City until his retirement in 1969. Earlier, he was an assistant professor at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken. Mr.

Goldrick received his master's in engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology in 1945. He was a member of Our Lady of Mount Carmel R.C. Church, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Gear and Triangle, the Stevens Club, and the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers. He is survived by his wife, the former Marie Dougherty; two daughters, Mrs. Corinne Fisher of the village and Miss Lisa Goldrick at home; five sons, Richard J.

Jr. of Bangkok, Thailand, Matthew and Kevin, both of West Danville, and Stephen and Anthony, both home; his mother, Mrs. Mary Goldrick of Fort Lee; Thomas of' and 11 grandchildren. mass was offered yesterday at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church. Interment was in Holy Name Cemetery, Jersey City.

Arrangements were under the direction of C. C. Van Emburgh Inc. Almgren Funeral Home, Inc. 336 B'way, Paterson 523 3800 Private Parking Ruth Almgren Hibbert, Mgr.

Mrs. A. Hryncewich HAWTHORNE A funeral service for Mrs. Sophie Koterba Hryncewich of 53 Braen a former owner of the Alex Silk Co. in the borough.

was held Tuesday at the Browning-Forshay Funeral Home. Mrs. Hryncewich. 79. died Saturday at The Valley Hospital after a brief illness.

Born in Poland, she came to this country 66 years ago and lived in the borough 48 She and her husband. Alexander. who died in 1963. founded the Alex Silk Co. in 1932.

She was a member of the Hawthorne Unit of the Passaic County Republican League. Mrs. Hryncewich is survived by a daughter. Mrs. Mary Ann Parisi of Ridgewood: two sons.

John A. of North Haledon and Alexander of Wyckoff. and seven grandchildren. Interment was in George Washington Memorial Park. Paramus.

William A. Jehlen HAWTHORNE A fuservice for William A. a resident of the borough for Jehlen one Frederick 46 years, was held Tuesday at the Browning-Forshay Funeral Home. Mr. Jehlen, 80, died Saturday at The Valley Hospital after a brief illness.

He was born in Paterson and was a foreman in the silk industry for many years until his retirement in 1961. Mr. Jehlen is survived by his wifen the former Florence Dale; a daughter, Mrs. Robert (Jean) Hauslin of Upper Saddle River; two sons, William C. of the borough and Robert G.

of New Port Richey, and 11 grandchildren. Interment was in Laurel Grove Cemetery, Totowa. John J. Lentz MAHWAH John Joseph Lentz of 133 Third a resident of the township for years, died Monday at GoodSamaritan Hospital, Suffern, N.Y. He was 66 years old.

A native of Brooklyn, N.Y., he lived in Orangeburg. N.Y., before moving here. He was a maintenance employe with the Ford Motor Co. in the township. Mr.

Lentz is survived by his wife, the former Elsie Staubach; a son, Kenneth of Oakland: a daughter, Mrs. Karen Scott of the township; a sister, Mrs. Florence Howard of Brooklyn; three brothers, Arthur Jr. of Seminole. David of Montvale and Allen of Park Ridge, and two grandchildren.

A funeral service will be conducted today at 10 a.m. at the Van Emburgh-Sneider Funeral' Home, 109 Darlington Ramsey. The Rev. Louis C. Meyer, pastor of the Holy Cross Li Lutheran Church, will officiate.

Interment will be in George Washington Memorial Park, Paramus. Mrs. Leroy F. Osborn FAIR LAWN A funeral service for Mrs. Emma B.

DEATH NOTICE PAUL PUCCIO, one-time resident. of Fairview, N.J., died at his home in Santa Ana, Thursday, Nov. 11, 1976. Mr. Puccio is survived by his wife, the former Antionette Portadino, a native of Ramsey, N.J., and children: Paul, Joseph, Peter, Rosalie and Louisa.

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J. H. Olthuis FUNERAL HOME 159 Godwin Avenue Midland Park 652-8844 Osborn, a resident of the borough for 32 years, was held Monday at the Vander Plaat Colonial Funeral Home. Mrs. Osborn, 66, died Friday at The Valley Hospital.

She was born in Paterson and was a member of Our Savior Lutheran Church. Mrs. Osborn is survived by husband. Leroy a son, Leroy W. of Hamilton Township; a daughter, Mrs.

Joyce Oleski of Vernon; three brothers, John Bender of West Milford, Charles Bender of Toms River and Al Bender of Connecticut, and four grandsons. Interment was in Cedar Lawn Cemetery, Paterson. Miss J. Adele Puster RAMSEY Miss J. Adele Puster of 97-B Carol a resident of the for 15 years, died Mondavat The Valley Hospital.

She was 81 years old. A native of Jersey City, she was executive secretary of the N.J. Federation of Women's Clubs in Jersey City before her retirement. Miss Puster was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Ramsey and the Ramsey Woman's Club. She was a past president of the 11th District, N.J.

Federation of Woman's Clubs; a member of the EX Club, composed of past presidents of the federation; a member of the Mary Benson Guild of Greenville Hospital in Jersey City, and a member of the Alumni of the Fountainebleau Fine Arts and Music School Assn. in New York City. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Viola Witt of the borough, and several nieces and nephews. A prayer service will be conducted today at 1 p.m.

at the Van Emburgh-Sneider Funeral Home. 109 Darlington Ave. A funeral service was held last night at the funeral home. Interment in Bay View Cemetery, Jersey City, will follow today's praver service. Max E.

Rascher HAWTHORNE Max E. Rascher, a resident of the borough for 24 years, died Tuesday at Saddle Brook General Hospital, Saddle Brook, after a brief illness. He was 68 years old. A native of Passaic, he lived in East Rutherford before moving to the borough. He was a machinist with Universal Manufacturing Co.

in Paterson for two years. Earlier, he worked for Uniroval Research Labs in Passaic for 23 years. Mr. Rasche: is survived by his wife, the former Elinor Russell; a daughter, Mrs. Ray (Susan) Smith of the borough; two sisters, Mrs.

Erna Stroble and Mrs. Gertrude Guenther, both of Clifton, and two grandsons. A funeral service will be held today at 1:30 p.m. at the Browning-Forshay Funeral Home, 557 Lafayette Ave. The Rev.

Paul E. Spiecker, pastor of the Hawthorne United Methodist Church, will officiate. Interment will be in Laurel Grove Memorial Park, Totowa. Frederick W. Ritz MIDLAND PARK Frederick W.

Ritz of the borough, a former Ridgewood resident, died Monday at The Valley Hospital after a brief illness. He was 89 years old. A native of New York City, he lived in Ridgewood more than 30 years and the borough 22 years. He was an accountant with Chrystal and Chrystal Real Estate and Construction Co. in New York City for 40 years until his retirement in 1953.

Mr. Ritz was a member of the Ridgewood United Methodist Church and Fidelity Masonic Lodge 113 of Ridgewood. He was an Army veteran of World War I. His wife, the former Mary Mapes, died in 1954. He is survived by two sons, Paul and Donald, both of Franklin, N.Y.; two sisters, Mrs.

Emma O'Con- nor and Miss Marguerite Ritz, both of the borough; four grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. A funeral service will be conducted today at 1:15 p.m. at the H. Olthuis Funeral Home, 159 Godwin Ave. The Rev.

George Watt pastor of the Ridgewood United Methodist Church, will officiate. Interment will be in Crest Haven Memorial Park, Clifton. Mrs. J. Schmidheini WYCKOFF.

Mrs. Amelia DeGraw Schmidheini of the township, a former resident of Allendale, died Monday at The Valley Hospital. She was 78 years old. A native of Lackawaxen, she lived in Allendale before moving to the township 20 years ago. She was a cafeteria manager with the Allendale, Wyckoff and West Milford school systems before her retirement.

Mrs. Schmidheini was a lifetime member of Archer United Methodist Church of Allendale. Her husband, John, died in 1957 and she also was prececeased by a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Mussner. She is survived by two sons, George DeGraw of the township and John Schmidheini of Owenton, three daughters, Mrs.

Mayrose Kenny of Allendale, Mrs. Jeannette Allogio of Wanaque and Mrs. Madeline Toomey of Hagerstown, and a brother, Otto Banker of Pond Eddy, Pa. A funeral service was held yesterday at the Van Emburgh-Sneider Funeral Home in Ramsey. Mrs.

A. J. Stankus FAIR LAWN A funeral mass for Mrs. Mary Jacobus Stankus of the borough was offered yesterday at St. Casimir's R.C.

Church, Paterson. Mrs. Stankus, 84, died Sunday at St. Joseph's Hospital in Paterson after a long illness. She was born in Lithuania Isn't 10 minutes with an old friend worth The sound of your voice is always a delightful surprise to someone who cares about you.

And chances are you can make that happy kind of call for a lot less than you think. For example: A 10-minute call to New Orleans. A 10-minute call to Wichita. A 10-minute call to Thief River Falls, Minnesota. They each cost just $1.50 from anywhere There's always a right time for a long and came to this country 67 years ago.

She lived. in Paterson most of her life. Mrs. Stankus was member and one of the founders of St. Casimir's R.C.

Church, a member of the church's Rosary-Altar Society and a member of the Lithuanian Women's Club. Her husband, Adolf Jacobus Stankus, died in 1935. She is survived by a son, Joseph of the borough, former zoning commissioner in Paterson; two sisters, Theresa and Marcella, both of Lithuania, and a grandson. Interment was in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Paterson. Arrangements were under the direction of the Ragucci-Kotran Funeral Home.

Miss Edna Straut SADDLE RIVER funeral service for Miss Edna Straut of 15 E. dale a lifelong borough resident, was held Monday at the Wanamaker and Carlough Funeral Home, suffern, N.Y. Miss Straut, 84, died Nov. 11 at the Woodcliff Lake Manor Nursing Home, Woodcliff Lake. She was a retired sales clerk and had worked for Rainbow Children's Wear in Suffern.

Miss Straut is survived by a niece, Mrs. Dorothy Fogelman of Suffern, and a nephew, George Straut of Mahwah. Interment was in Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Saddle River. William E. Toepfer FAIR LAWN William Toepfer, a resident of the borough for 82 years, died Tuesday at the Deliridge Nursing Home, Paramus.

He was 83 years old. A native of Paterson, he was a retired nurseryman with both the George Peterson formerly of the borough, and the Arcola Country Club in Paramus. Mr. Toepfer. was a (Turn to Page 29) in New Jersey, when you dial the call yourself and call during the lowest bargain calling times.

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