Henry David Obituary
of p. -ville Avon-dale, H. to at he at In he the Ha bin cy at N. the the and co. St. and his of Mrs, and and until illness ended a promising career. He was regarded as trie Dest pucning prospect In the town iri many years. The death of Felix was the third in the Fonzone family in less than three years. March 5. 1934, the father was killed when struck by a Lenign Valley Transit Co. trolley at 4th and Greenleaf Sts., and two years ago a sister Jessie, 15. died from the ef fects of a brain tumor. Felix was a member of the Our Lady of Mt. Carmel church, city. Besides his mother, he is survived by the following brothers and sisters: Charles and Lucy, wile oi tuner Tyler, Allentown; Joseph, Rose, Khida, Nicholas and Michael, all at home. Arrangements for the funeral nan not been completed last night. JOSEPH KOLTOSKY Joseph Koltosky. a native and resi dent of East Mines, Pottsville R. 3, died of bronchial pneumonia at 1:30 p. m. Sunday at the sacred Heart nos- nos- pital, where he had been admitted last Monday. He at aged 29 years. Mr. Koltosky, who was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Koltosky, had been employed in the mines until about five years ago, when he enlisted In the United States army. He was stationed for three years in a camp near Wash ington. and was honorably discharged about two years ago. He was ill most of the time since then with heart trouble, and spent much of his time in this city with his brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. carl F. Ginner, 229 E. Susquehanna St. He was a member of St. casimir Catholic church. St. Clair. Surviving are his father and these brothers and sisters: John, William, Anthony, Andrew and Veronica Koltosky. Koltosky. all of East Mines; Francis, who is serving an enlistment in the army and stationed now in the Canal Zone Anna, wife of Stanley Moloskv, East Mines; Margaret, wife of Carl F. Gin ner, this city; Agnes, wife of Charles Frederick, this city, and Helen, wife of Herman Poicher, Hudson, N. Y Funeral Director Arthur J. Roman of St. Clair came to this city yester day and tooK charge of the body. Fu neral services will be held at East Mines. PAULINE MIKULCIK Pauline, daughter of Paul and Her- Her- mina (Frederick) Mikulclk, 731 Law rence St.. died at 3 t. m. Saturday at the Allentown hospital of a complication complication ailments. Miss Mikulclk had been ill since last Tuesday and was admitted to the hospital for treatment on Friday. She was 22 years of age. Born in this city, she had been em ployed for the past eight years with the Royal Manufacturing Co. She was a member of the St. John the Baptist Slovak Catholic church and was affiliated with the National Bokol society. Besides her parents, she Is survived by two sisters, Herimna and Rosalie. and five brothers, Stanley. Alfred, Paul, Josepn and Emanuel, all at home. The funeral will be held from the residence of her parents on Tuesday at 8:30 a. m. High mass of requiem will be offered in the St. John the Baptist Baptist Slovak Catholic church, Front and Bridge Sts., at 9 o'clock. Interment will be made In the parish cemetery. HENRY W. DAVID Henry W. David, 855 Lehigh St., died at 6:35 p. m. Saturday at his home, aged 75 years, 5 months and 11 days. He had been ill of complications for sometime. He was employed for the past 20 years at the Fairview cemetery, where his son, Irwin David, Is the superintendent. superintendent. Fraternally, he was a member of Washington camp No. 11, P. O. S. of A.; Allen Council No. 753, Jr. O. U. A. M.; the Fearless Fire Co. and the Firemen's Relief association. Surviving are five sons, Milton, Howard, Irwin, Harold and Arthur, all of Allentown; five grandchildren, four great grandchildren, one brother, Charles David, Emaus, ana two sisters. Mrs. Howard Druckenmuler, Emaus, and Mrs. Senla Shlmer, Allentown. Funeral services will be held Wed nesday at 2 p. m. at his home, 855 Lehigh St, with Interment to the Fairview cemetery. MRS. WILLIAM E. DEIBERT A resident of Northampton for the greater part of her life, Mrs. Emma J. (nee steinmetz) Deioert, wue oi wu- wu- 11am E. Deibert of 932 Lincoln Ave., passed away in the Allentown hospital Saturday morning, she was in ner 58th year Born at Pennsvuie - sne was me daughter of Elmira (nee Drelsbach) and the late Jacob Steinmetz. Surviving are her husband, aged mother, two daughters, Mrs. Ruth Smith and Raymond J. of Northampton, Northampton, and two grandchildren. Services will be held from her late heme on Tuesday at 2 p. m. Interment Interment will follow in Allen-Union Allen-Union Allen-Union ceme tery, Northampton. Friends may call on Monday from 7 to p. m. JOHN TEVELI John Teveli. former resident of Beersville, passed away at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Theresa Cseneitz, at East Fogeisviiie Saturday morning. He was in his 73rd year. Mr. Teveli was born in Austria and came to this country 34 years ago. He worked in the cement mills until the death of his wife 12 years ago. Mr. Teveli then operated a small farm at Beersville until his health failed. He was a member of Our Lady of Hungary church In Northampton. His daughter in East Fogeisviiie and five grandchildren survive. High mass of requiem will be sung in the chapel at East Fogeisviiie on Tuesday at 10 a. m. Interment will follow in German Catholic cemetery, Northampton. Friends may call at his home in East Fogeisviiie on Monday from 7 to B p. m. JESSE WESSNER Jesse, only son of Elwood and Rachael (nee Wertman) Wessner, died in the Allentown hospital on Wednes. day at 1.45 p. m. of pneumonia. He was aged 1 year, 3 months and 19 rinvR. The funeral wil be held from the home of the parents today at 9.30 a m., with further services in Frledens church. Stonv Run. and Interment in the adjoining cemetery. Rev Ira Klick will officiate. Funeral Director B. F. Danenhower, of Trexier, has charge. MRS. CHARLES A. STRAUSS Sallie O.. nee Click, wife of Charles A. Strauss, a -former -former resident of this city, passed away Saturday morning at her late home. Allentown R. 3, near Crackersport after an Illness of the past several weks from complications. She was In her 66th year. Born in Cedarville. Aug. 20. 1871 she was the dauehter of Edward and Hope, nee OUphant, allele. She had been a resident oi Allentown lor ii years prior to moving near Crackers-port Crackers-port Crackers-port two years ago. Mrs. Strauss was a laithful member of Seibert E. C. church. Rev. N. N. Lower, pastor, and the home department of the Sunday school. Surviving are her husband; five children, Katie, wife of Edwin Wisser at home. William of this city, John of Fogeisviiie, Paul of Macungie R. I and Ralph. Mertztown R. 2; one brother, Edward. Elizabeth, N. J. and 7 grandchildren. grandchildren. Four stepsisters, Mrs. Alfred TJurk-hardt TJurk-hardt TJurk-hardt of Chapmans, Mrs. Henry Burk-hardt Burk-hardt Burk-hardt of Palm; Mrs. Hilda Reimert of Breinigsvllle: Miss Helen Glick, this city, and two stepbrothers, Ira. this city and Reuben of Fullerton. survive. Funeral services will be held Tuesday Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at her late home, with Rev. Lower officiating. Interment will be made In Grandview cemetery.