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MEXICO—Miss Mary Dempster, ] aged 90, died at her home on i Pulaski Hill at 1:30 p. m. Sunday.' While she had been in ill health for several years she had been critically ill for only three days. A life long resident of the village of Mexico, she was the daughter of David and Mary McClement Dempster. For many | years she was a bookkeeper for; the Davis and Laurence Pharmi- i cal C o m p a n y in Montreal,; Canada. She was a member of the First' Presbyterian Church of Mexico and of the Women's Federation, Very active in both when her health permitted. She is survived by one brother, William Dempster, Mexico, and six cousins living in Canada. Funeral services will be held from the Leroy M. Miner Funeral Home, Washington St., Mexico, at 2 p. m. Wednesday. Rev. Max R. House, pastor of the Mexico Presbyterian church will officiate. Interment will be in the Mexico Village Cemetery. Friends may call at the Miner home Monday! evening 7-9 and Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9.

Mrs- Maude B, Daniels

PHOENIX—Mrs. Maude Boothi | Daniels, 75, widow of Arthur Datt-J i-iels, died Tuesday, Jan. 24, at the; home of her daughter, Mrs. WI1-, liam J. Kratz, 216 Hope Av*.,j Syracuse. Mrs. Daniels had made . her home with Mrs. Nellie Loth-' fridge, 58 Main St.. this village' 'until being taken ill in December when she went to her daughter's home. She was a native of Walden, ' where she was a member of the I Order of Eastern Star and of the |Rebekah lodge. She was a menv i ber and past royal matron of Evalyn Wood Court of Amaranth of Phoenix. Mrs. Daniels leaves two daughters, Mrs. Kratz and Mrs. Seward' T. Holcomb, bofh of Syracuse; three grandchildren and threej great-grandchildren. She also'! leaves three sisters, Mrs. William Wilder, Mrs. Myron Hornbeck and Mrs. Charles Bennett, all of Wai. den. Funeral services will be conducted Friday afternoon at 1 o 'clock at th« Welter Funeral i Home in Eastwood with the Rev. 1 Wilbur F. Clark, pastor of Lafayette Methodist church, officiating- Burial will be made in the family plot in Phoenix Rural cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home today and Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m.

Mrs. Fred DeKochie

Koy Dexter

>£iss Mary Dempster

i FULTON—Roy Dexter, 62, ofj |S16 Oneida St., died Thursday at1 Lee Memorial hospital. Mr. Dexter had been employed many years in the Sealright Corp. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. ! Genevieve Smith Dexter; three ! daughters, Mrs. Paul Hinman of j Palermo, Mrs. Edward Clarke of J West Sacramento. Calif., and Miss • Susan Dexter of Fulton: two sons, j Donald Dexter of Hannibal and Paul Dexter of Fulton; 12 grandchildren; an a brother, Earl Dexter of Syracuse. The body has been removed to the Springer funeral home pending service arrangements.

Mrs. Marie T. Duprey Mrs. Marie Travis Duprey, 76, {a former resident of 302 West .Third St., died Thursday in the I Beadle Nursing home, where she had been a patient for some tune. She was the widow of George E. Duprey. Born in Neversink. she was the , daughter of the late Homer and Minnie Spalding Travis. She was a seamstress by occupation and was employed at one time by the Oswego Rayon Corp. Surviving are a brother, Ira Travis of Neversink, and three sisters, whose names were not immediately available. Friends are invited to attend the prayer service Saturday at 10:30 a. m. at the Dain funeral home. Burial will be in Faiddale cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. i

George A. Dyke

PULASKI — G«rge A. Dyke, : S7, former Pulaski resident, died : Thursday at his ho:r.e in Tampa, Florida, following an illness of one week. He was born in Texas, near ; Mexico, on August 18. 1869, the i son of Ahnon and Charlotte Wilson Dyke. He mari'is-1 the former Elvena Atkinson in 1S90 and for rrany years they operated a farm on the Old Mexico Road, and : later one on the Lake Road. She ! died in 1930, and since that time, he has made his home in Florida : with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Carl. He was a 50-year