James Delehanty obituary
- - - . - - - jrroccr. - oTcTTOheTfcvrEnl - - :.,,.,. ""'" "; James Delehanty, 69, Dies; Was Retired Falls Grocer BBBBBBBBBBBaEffiMwawawawawal K: 'C' - wawawawawi ' llSaawawawai aa - apAla - ai aawawaWiwaaW, il a?rAwy?fe"H '1 1 Eatf:i$wjr,f,r,; f.i mAmmtMS fXjryfH i Ea3awa - a - aWSa - a - Kani5mowiJfciia SaSB James F. Delehanty, 69, retired retired Wapplngers Falls grocer who has a charter member of Watyplneera Falls Lions club. Columbus council and of the Wanolneers Falls Lion club. died yesterday In the New England England BaDttit hospital, - Boston. He had been In falling health the last year and received treat ment In the Boston hospital the last two weeks. A lifelong resident of Wap - ptngers Falls. Mr, Delehanty made his home at 63 Mesler avenue for some years and had been In,tht grocery business In West Main street for 54 yean prior to nUTeltrcment In MarcHT l83(L.Mr. - JJeIe..anty - was ftorn Nov. 29, 1889, the son of the late Mlchac and Catherine Dolan Delehanty. He married Mtsrjmrllooliharr In 1914. JAMES F. DELEHANTV, 69, retired - Wapplngerr .Falir yesterday. tag'Uosti Riles Conducted For Mrs. Wallers Final rites were offered yesterday yesterday for Mrs. Emlle Walters, Lne former Miss Thoretlna Jack son of Lythend farm, Noxon road, who died here Tuesday. Mrs. Walters, wife of the widely known and widely travel - cfJ artist. Was B native Of North Dakota and had been a county resident thelast 15 yearscom - . sJJDUCATEJJfcJH school, "Wapjlngcr.s Talls,Mr. ueienamy was a memDer or st. Mary's church, .there, and of the Holy Name, society - of the cpif MClIOlJo.vyas - att - cjeempt memoer oi tne s. w.Jonnyn ing here after her husband closed his art studio In New York City. a EDUCATED IN the Univer sity of Manitoba and the Sor - bonnc In Paris, Mrs. Walters had received numerous degrees and citations for her writings. Since the early 1920's,. she had endeavored through her writ Ings and lectures, to acquaint Americans with Icelanders and the Icelanders with Americans. At the end of her first lecture tour of Iceland in 1926. King Christian of Iceland and Den mark, decorated her with the Icelandic Order of the Knight's Cross of the Order of the Falcon and during the Milennial cele bratlon of the Icelandic Althing Parliament, she received the Order of the Milennial Celebration, Celebration, a rare honor given to only a few. a IN ADDITION to her haok, Engine co.i'a vice president of the Wapptngers Savings bank ana nati uueii a member' ortrre village 'Water board In recent years. Entering the grocery business at an early age, Mr. Delehanty first was employed in the grocery store of William P. Lawrence for 10 years. He later owned and operated the - same store for 44 yearsl Surviving In adltion to his wife are two sons, James F. X. Delehanty, Wappingers Falls and John E. Delehanty, Tupper Lake; two sisters. Mrs. Raymond Bam and Miss Rita Delehanty Wappingers Falls: three broth ers, Michael and Joseph Dele hanty, Wappingers Falls, and Francis Delehanty, New York (Jlty, and seven grandchildren James, Robert, Kevin and Sharon Delehanty, Wappingers rails, and .John. Eileen and Marion Delehanty, Tupper Lake. FUNERAL SERVICES will be conducted at 64 East Main street, wappingers rails, at 9 - 30 o'clock Saturday and at St. Mary's cflurcn at ill o clock, when a Mass of Requiem will be offered. Burial will be In St. Mary's cem etery, Wappingers Falls. Friends may call at 64 East Main street. tonight and tomorrow night. The Rosary will 'be offered there tomorrow night by Monsignor John J. Loughiin. Bearers will be Leslie Hadden, Hadden, Joseph Burnett. Anthony Sylvcstrl, Carleton Relyea, Vin - Icent' O'Connor and Donald Dele hanty.