CHARLES ANGELO ACETO – Enterprise, industry, originality, and determination that overcomes all obstacles to success are characteristic of many young men from European countries who have sought this country for opportunity, and Charles Angelo Aceto affords a conspicuous example of one of these young men, who, in spite of handicaps, has entered into prosperity solely through his own efforts.
Miss Alice Burdsall, of the plaza hotel, retired camden public school teacher, died Saturday in West Jersey Hospital.
In 1902 and 1903 she taught in a private school in Chippewa, New York, then taught in Audubon public schools.
She was appointed a teacher in the Camden public school system on April 27, 1908, to take effect September 1, 1908, and she taught First and Second grades in the fetters School until September 1,1923, when she was transferred to the Mulford School, where she taught First and Second grades. She retired June 30, 1936.
She was a member of the Camden County Association of Retired School Teachers.
Surviving are two cousins, Mrs. John V. Blake, Ardmore, Pennsylvania, and Mrs. Edwin M. Schellenger, Berwyn, Pennsylvania.
Services will be held Thursday at 10:30 AM in the murray funeral home, 408 Cooper Street, where friends may call Wednesday night.