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 Lowell C. Woodcock, a former resident at 521 Jefferson Street, Elmira, died Sunday, Dec. 22, 1935, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. John Luke at Detroit, Mich.  He is survived by three daughters, Miss Bulah Woodcock of Philadelphia, Pa., a former secretary at Centenary ME Church, Elmira; Mrs. John Luke, Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. Bert E. Fox, Oneida; two sons, Waldo E. of Syracuse; Archie of Waterville, NY.  The funeral will be held at Oneida, Thursday at 1:30 p.m. Burial in the Mohawk Cemetery.

 Albert C. Whipple 66, died this morning at 3 o’clock at the family home, 413 Locust Street, after three days of illness of pneumonia.  Mr. Whipple was a carpenter by occupation and was a trustee of the Centenary M.E. Church.  He is survived by his widow, five daughters, the Misses Elsie and Mildred Whipple at home; Mrs. Walter Escott, Mrs. Mark L. Warters and Mrs. Ford Hammond of Elmira; four brothers, Grant and Roy Whipple of Philadelphia; Henry and Perry Whipple of Elmira; a sister, Mrs. Fred Rumsey of Millerton, Pa.  The funeral will be held in the Centenary M.E. church, Friday at 2:30 p.m.  The Rev. C. G. McConnell will officiaate.  Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery.  (Handwritten date 1929)

 Mrs. Clara A. Wilson, 73, died Monday morning at the family home in Austinville, Pa.  She is survived by her husband, James Wilson and the following children,  Samuel of Austinville, Pa.; Mrs. Bertha Bailey of Columbia Cross Roads, Pa.; Manley of Austinville, Pa., 13 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren.  The funeral will be held Thursday at 2:30 p.m. in the Baptist Church at Austinville, Pa.  The Revs. Glen Dewey and James Carter will officiate.  Burial in the Besley Cemetery.

 The people of this place were greatly saddened by the sudden death of Edgar Wilson, which occurred on Sunday evening last.  Death was due to brain trouble.  Mr. Wilson was a life-long resident of this place.  Besides his widow, he is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Samuel Bailey and Mrs. Will Bailey, both of Austinville; two sons, Samuel Wilson, of Horseheads, NY.; Manley Wilson, at home; one brother, Frank Wilson, of Austinville, and one sister, Mrs. John Van Ness, of Mansfield.  The funeral will be held from the Austinville church on Wednesday at 2 p.m., Rev. Mr. Johnson officiating.

MRS. SHADLE has returned to her home near Jersey Shore, after visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. M. Sweeley, and other friends.
MRS. NELLIE BENSON underwent an operation for tumor in the Sayre hospital las week, and is doing finely.
DELOS NYE, of Troy, is a guest of his father, Dr. O. S. Nye.
MR. AND MRS. T. W. JOHNS entertained at dinner on Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. Asa Wilcox and daughter, Pearl, of Mosherville; Mr. and Mrs. Foster Wilson and children, of State Line, and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Wilcox of Roseville.
The first quarterly meeting of the Tioga Baptist Association will be held in the Bailey Creek Baptist church, December 4 and 5.  Our popular pastor, the Rev. Seymour Barrett, will preach the opening sermon.
MR. AND MRS. L. C. BENSON called on friends in Mansfield on Friday
The church-going public will greatly appreciate the improvements at the Baptist church.  New paint and paper adorn the interior, and a large new furnace, installed last week, is a great improvement over the old stove system of heating, and may be depended upon to warm the building.
The funeral of HALSEY UPDYKE, an old and highly esteemed resident, was held from his late home on Sunday of last week, the Rev. Seymour Barrett officiating.  Burial was in the Gladding cemetery.
MRS. NORMAN WILLIAMS, of Cameron, NY., is caring for her mother, Mrs. J. T. Stout, who is very ill of fever.
MRS. ADALINE UPDYKE will spend the winter with her daughter in Michigan.
A donation will be given the Rev. Seymour Barrett at the Baptist parsonage, on Friday evening, December 20.

 Miss Sallie Aldrich, 75, died Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. at the home of Joseph Aldrich in Roseville, Pa.  She is survived by the brother, Joseph, of Roseville, Pa.  The funeral will be held in the Roseville Baptist Church Sunday at 11 a.m.  The Rev. Clayton Straw will officiate.  Burial in the Mansfield, Pa. Cemetery.

 Orange Ashley died at the home of his brother, Floyd Ashley, in Mainesburg, on December 5, 1906.  He was born in Sullivan, on March 29, 1828.  He married Miss Ann E. Burley.  To them were born seven children, five of whom are dead.  The two surviving sons of this marriage are S. E. Ashley, who lives in Rutland, on the old homestead, and W. O. Ashley who lives on the Samuel Longwell farm in the same township.  Mr. Ashley’s second marriage to Mrs. Eliza Mott, brought into the family Mrs. Clark Colby, of Bailey Creek.  Mr. Ashley united with the State Road Baptist church, then with the Bailey Creek Baptist church, of which church he was a faithful and consistent member at the time of his death.  His home had been in Sullivan, where he was born.  He was respected and honored as an honest, true-hearted man.  His life is his best sermon, and is a monument to his earnest faith.  His pastor has lost a true and loving friend, the church a devoted and faithful member, the children a kind and loving fther.  His brothers and sisters will miss him, of whom there survive, Floyd Ashley, of Mainesburg, at whose home he was so kindly cared for, and where he died; one brother in Fort Worth, Texas; one sister in Washington, D. C., and one in Cherry Flats.  The funeral was held from the Christian church in Mainesburg, conducted by the Rev. Samuel Earley.  Text, Romans 8:35, first clause.  Singing by the Mainesburg male quartet.

 Mrs. W. H. Arnot died on Sunday, December 13, at her home in Roseville, following an illness of two years.  She was 57 years old, and had lived in Roseville three years and in that vicinity eighteen years.  The funeral was largely attended from the home, on Tuesday, December 15, the Rev. Mr. Miller, of Millerton, officiating.  Burial was in the cemetery in Pine City, NY., where Mr. and Mrs. Arnot formerly resided.  Besides her husband, there survives one daughter, Mrs. Bessie A. Spencer, of Millerton.  Mrs. Arnot united with the Presbyterian church when she was 10 years old, and remained firm in the faith until the Master’s summons came.  Always cheerful, even in suffering, and ever extending a succoring hand to those in trouble, she made and cemented desirable friendships.  But it was in the home that her ideal life was most in evidence, and where she will be more solely missed.  Truly, a good woman is gone.

 Mrs. Clara D. Brace died at her home in Rutland, Wednesday evening, November 10, at 9:45.  It came as a great shock to her family and friends as she was always helping others in sickness, and those who were not sick.  She had been in poor health for several years, but was able to be around most of the time.  Death was due to pneumonia.  Mrs. Clara D. Brace was born in Tioga, September 16, 1861, a daughter of Martin Van Buren and Mary Dailey.  She was united in marriage to Frank K. Brace, March 11, 1885, he being dead nine years last July.  She had made her home last winter in Tioga at her sister’s Mrs. Letta D. McKinney, and most of the summer at Mansfield caring for Mrs. John Dailey until her death; also stayed a while until she went to Elmira for two weeks, caring for Mrs. Albert Armstrong.  She will be greatly missed in her community and home.  She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Ira Giles, of Rutland, and Mrs. Robert Giles, of Sullivan; also two sisters, Mrs. Leta D. McKinney, of Tioga, and Mrs. D. C. McAllister, of Olean, NY.; and one brother, M. E. Dailey, of Corning.  The funeral was largely attended at Lawrence Corners M. E. Church.  Rev. Seymour Barrett, of Tioga, officiated.  The pall bearers were Liston Stickler, Nelson Stickler, Fred Stickler, Ross Watkins, Glenn Brace, John Grimm.  Burial in Dailey Cemetery beside her husband.

 Mrs. Harriett A. Blood died Friday night at 8:30 o’clock at the family home, 511 Balsam street.  She is survived by her husband, Henry Blood; a son, Charles Humphrey Blood; two daughters, Ruth and Florence, all of Elmira; a brother, Austin C. Palmer of Falfurrias, Texas; a sister, Mrs Stephen F. Wilson of Snedekerville, Pa.; a niece, Miss Lou India Eaton of Elmira.  The remains repose in the Harrington undertaking rooms until Sunday afternoon when they will be removed to the family home.  The funeral will be held at the home Monday morning at 11 o’clock, the Rev. John Richards to officiate.  Burial in Woodlawn cemetery.

 Mrs. Nancy Bailey died this morning at 6:30 o’clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Leah Forsythe, 529 Lake street.  She is survived by her husband, Elmer Bailey; three sons, James, John and Glen, all of this city; a daughter, Mrs. Forsythe.  The funeral will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the home of Glen Bailey, 615 East Third street.  Burial in Woodlawn cemetery.

 James J. Bailey died at the home of his sister, Miss Leah Forsythe, 519 Baldwin street, Sunday morning at 11 o’clock.  He is survived by two brothers, John and Glenn; a sister, Miss Leah Forsythe; a son, Wayne, all of Elmira.  Mr. Bailey was a member of the Loyal Order of Moose.  The remains repose in the Davis undertaking rooms, where the funeral will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o’clock.  Burial in Woodlawn cemetery.

 Wellsboro—Wallace Judd Bailey, 69, for many years a Wellsboro business man, died Thursday.  Mr. Bailey was born in Charleston, the son of Robert B. And Julia Hager Bailey.  He resided in Mansfield for many years, removing to Wellsboro nearly 45 years ago.  He engaged in the farm implement and real estate business.  Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Fanny Wilcox Bailey; and the following children:  Walter, Robert, Elwin, Clyde and Mrs. Earl Bunnell, all of Wellsboro; Benjamin of Boston and Mrs. Nellie Connelly of Mansfield.  The funeral will be held at the home Sunday at 3 p.m., the Rev. C. Becker Brownell of the Methodist Church officiating.  Interment will be in the Wellsboro Cemetery.

 Rutland, Pa., Nov.23—The funeral services of Ebenezer Bronson was conducted in the Methodist Episcopal Church here Friday by the Rev. F. Hess, pastor of the church.  Mr. Bronson died of acute heart disease at the Soldiers Home in Hampton Roads, Va. Where he has gone to spend the ??  (Rest missing)

 Mrs. Mary Elizabeth West Brownlow, 76, late of 500 Lake Street, died Tuesday, Feb. 12, 1935, at 4 p.m.  Mrs. Brownlow is survived by two daughters and six sons:  James Brownlow, Mrs. Anna B. Smith and George W. Brownlow of Binghamton; Mrs. Sarah Tyler of New York City; Benjamin W. Brownlow of South Euclid, Ohio; Robert I. Brownlow, Joseph F. Brownlow and Marshall D. Brownlow of this city; seven grandchildren in Elmira, three in Binghamton, three in South Euclid and one in Syracuse.  The body is in the Harrington funeral home where the funeral will be held Thursday at 3 p.m.  The Rev. W. H. English and the Rev. E. A. Mathews will officiate.  Burial will be in the family plot in Woodlawn Cemetery.

 John Baker, 62, late of Chemung died Monday, Dec. 17, 1934, at 10:30 p.m. after an extended illness.  He is survived by his widow, Mrs. John Baker; four sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Smith of Owego, Mrs. Wayne Smith of Mansfield, Pa., Mrs. Henry W. Johnson and Mrs. Charles Martwick of Horseheads; two brothers, Ralph E. Baker of Millerton, Pa., Judd Baker of Rochester.  Mr. Baker was a member of the Chemung Baptist Church.  Funeral notice later.

 Wilmot Baker died on Sunday night at 10 o’clock at his home in Horseheads, aged 66 years.  He is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Jason (?) Smith, of Erin, NY.; Mrs. Wayne Smith, of Mansfield, and Mrs. Henry Johnson, of Horseheads, NY.; three sons, John, of Alabama; Ralph, of Mosherville, Pa., and Lester of Kansas.  The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon at 3 o’clock from the home of Mrs. Henry Johnson, in Horseheads.  Burial in Troy on Thursday morning at 11:30.

 On Tuesday morning, January 23, following a fortnight’s illness, culminating in pneumonia, occurred the death of Marjorie Louise Brace, beloved daughter of Harry and Lucy Brace of Rutland, aged 2 years and 9 months.  The funeral was held from the home on Thursday afternoon, the Rev. Seymour Barrett officiating.  His text was, “Suffer little children to come unto Me.”  Hymns were sung by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilcox and Mr. and Mrs. Roy James, of Roseville.  Burial was in the Roseville cemetery.  Little Marjorie was one of earth’s sweetest blossoms, the pet of the home, beloved by all.  The grief stricken parents have the sympathy of all in their sad bereavement.  We know that she is safe with the Good Shepherd, and is waiting for us over there.

 E. August Borg, 59, died Tuesday at 9 p.m. at the family home at Elk Run, Pa., after ane xtended illness.  Mr. Borg is survived by his widow, Mrs. Edith Borg, two sons, Herbert and John at home; three sisters, Mrs. L. P Fletcher and Mrs. Irwin Osgood of Mansfield, Pa.  Mrs. U. S. Fre????; (Rest not readable) Funeral was at Elk Run Church, Friday at 11:30 p.m.  The Rev. Glenn Bly of ??? (Rest not readable)

 George A. Beers, 706 Pennsylvania Avenue, an accountant at the Willys-Morrow Company plant for many years, and an active member of the Centenary M. E. Church, died Monday at 5:30 a.m.  Mr. Beers came to Elmira when a young man and was identified with the activities at the Centenary M. E. Church since his residence in this city.  He was one of the oldest members of the church in point of membership.  In addition to serving as trustee for a long period, he held various other church offices.  He was an excellent penman and kept the records of the church board for many years.  Although he had been confined to his home recently, he continued as treasurer of the storehouse association and was in charge of its books.  Mr. Beers was a teacher of the Senate Class, an organization of young men, and developed the unit into one of the strongest groups in the church.  He took an active part in the financial drive conducted a number of years ago.  George A. Beers, is survived by his wife, Mrs. Minnie Ward Beers, a daughter, Miss Mary Louise Beers, a sister, Mrs. Elbert Hill, Wilseyville; sister-in-law, Mrs. Cora Beers, Wellsboro, Pa.; several nieces and nephews.  Body in the Wilson funeral home.  Removed to the family home Tuesday afternoon.  Funeral Thursday 2 p.m.  The Rev. Russell Brown officiating.  Private burial in Woodlawn Cemetery.

 Mrs. Effie L. Butler, widow of Francis Butler, died at noon Sunday at the family home, 374 Baty Street.  She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Hershel B. King, at home; a son, Raymond H. Butler of Canandaigua, a half brother, Gaylord Hoyt of Los Angeles, Calif. And a granddaughter at home.  She was a member of the Centenary M. E. Church, and was an active member in the Home Missionary Society and the WCTU.  The funeral will be held at the family home Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. with the Rev. C. C. Roszell officiating.  Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery.

 George T. Bechtol, late of 309 Broadway, died unexpectedly Monday afternoon of a heart seizure at the family home.  He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Elizabeth M. Bechtol; a daughter, Florence; a sister, Mrs. Ida Andrews of Seneca Falls; a brother, William Bechtol of Elmira.  He was a member of Queen City Lodge I.O.O.F.  A prayer service for the family will be held in the family home Thursday at 1:30 p.m. and the funeral in the Centenary M. E. Church at 2 o’clock.  The Rev. C. C. Roszell will officiate.  Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery.

 Mrs. Zelmah K. Berry, widow of George A. Berry, died at the family home, 779 Pennsylvania Avenue, at 3:30 a.m. Tuesday June 4, 1935, after an extended illness.  She was a member of the Centenary M. E. Church and the Philathea Class of that church.  She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Norman D. Simpson of New York City and Mrs. Clinton M. Brown of Elmira.  The funeral will be held in the family home on Thursday at 2:30 p.m. with the Rev. C. C. Roszell officiating.  Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery.

 Bert L. Bly, 54, died Wednesday, Dec. 25, 1935, at the family home in Millerton, Pa., after an extended illness.  He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Sena Squire Bly; a sister, Mrs. Stella Tillinghast of Ovid; a brother, Charles of Millerton; several nieces and nephews.  Mr. Bly was a member of the Millerton ME Church and a former member of the Centenary ME Church of Elmira; the Mitchell Mills Grange and the Brotherhood of Pennsylvania Railroad Shopmen.  A prayer service will be held at the family home Saturday at 1 p.m. and the funeral in Centenary Church, Elmira, at 2 p.m.  The Rev. Clyde A. Rosekranz and the Rev. Russell Brown will officiate.  Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery, Elmira.

 J. M. Frost spent Sunday with his wife at Job’s Corners.
 Miss Flora Sherman spent Sunday with her grandparents.
 Charley Sherman was out riding last Monday for the first since he was here.
There will be a birthday party for Rev. Miller, at the M. E. parsonage Thursday.  All are invited.
Harry Longwell and wife Julia were in Elmira Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mr. Mosher, Barton & Wheaton’s salesman was in Roseville Tuesday.
Directors Hatfield and Palmer were in Mansfield on telephone business Tuesday.
H. L. Blood drove over to Troy Wednesday.
Raymond Roblyer has returned from a visit to Elmira.
J. W. Avery and wife, of Sylvania, were callers at A. L. Davis’ Sunday.
L. W. Palmer was at Wellsboro and Cherry Flats Wednesday and Thursday.
Mrs. James Longwell of Elmira, is visiting her son, Harry Longwell on VanNess Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. William Canfield visited in Mansfield, Friday.
C. J. Beach, of Mansfield, and Mr. Claus, of Wellsboro, were in Roseville Friday, making some repairs on the Citizen’s Mutual switchboard.
Sheriff Dorsett, of Wellsboro, visited at Wm. H. Hatfield’s one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Blood were guests of Nelson Updyke on ??.
Miss Nellie Avery, of Sylvania, visited Miss Elfie Davis Wednesday.

 Mrs. Bernice B. Gernert, age 56, of 269 Curtis St., Elmira, Monday evening, March 21, 1977, at Arnot Ogden Hospital following an extended illness.  Funeral arrangements by Olthof Funeral Home are incomplete.  She is survived by her husband, Harold E. Gernert; sister, Mrs. Beatrice Adriance of Corning, NY.; two brothers, Robert Allen of Mansfield, Pa. and Richard Allen of Wellsboro, Pa.; several nieces, nephews and cousins.  She was a Data Processor for Ingersoll Rand of Painted Post; member of Crystal City Lodge O.E.S.; Women of the Moose, No. 517 of Elmira and a member of the Elmira ???.

 Charles E. Gladding, former register and recorder of Bradford county died Sunday morning at his home in Altus, Columbia township, in his 79th year.  Charles E. Gladding was born on August 2, 1833, in Columbia township, on the farm where he died, and was the son of Joseph and Mary Gladding.  He was a veteran of the civil war, was commissioned first lieutenant of Co. D. 132nd Pa., Vols., and was honorably discharged after nine months’ active service.  He was married in 1875 to N. Louisa Alger, of Towanda.  Politically Mr. Gladding was a staunch Republican, and served one term of three years as register and recorder of Bradford county.  He was a prominent farmer and made a specialty of fine cattle.  His farm is one of the best in western Bradford.  An eight-sided barn on the place attracted wide attention.  Mr. Gladding was of sterling integrity, a citizen of the better class, and this community loses a man who will be greatly missed.  Besides his widow, he is survived by one daughter, Miss Cecil Gladding, at home.  The funeral was held on Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o’clock from the Gladding home.  (Towanda Reporter)

 Nancy, daughter of Mrs. Ann Gillett, of Roseville, died yesterday morning, aged 34 years.  The funeral services will be held Thursday at 1:00 p.m.

 Mrs. Phebe Catlin Gilson, 69, a resident of 561 Thompson Street until recently, when she removed to Sydney, died Wednesday, May 13, 1936 at 7:30 a.m. in Elmira.  She is survived by her husband, Fred W. Gilson and a daughter Mrs. L. E. Tobey of Sydney; a sister, Mrs. Minnie Nelson of Elmira; a brother, the Rev. Leslie E Catlin of Poughkeepsie; a grand daughter, Virginia Tobey of Sydney; two nephews, Lemuel Nelson of Elmira; Clifford Catlin of Erin.  Mrs. Gilson was a member of Centenary ME Church, Circle 5 of that church and Golden Link Rebekah Lodge IOOF.  The body is in the Hagerman funeral home where a prayer service for the immediate family will be held Friday at 1:30 p.m.  Funeral service in Centenary Church at 2 p.m. Rev. Russell Brown.  The Rebekah committal in the church following the service.  Tioga Cemetery, Owego.

 Freeman C. Garrison, of Jobs Corners, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Garrison, died on Tuesday evening, December 23, at the Seafuse private hospital, in Elmira.  He was 42 years old, and is survived by his widow and five children, three sons and two daughters; also his father and mother, one sister, Alta, and a brother, Ernest.  Mr. Garrison was a member of the I.O.O.F., and the Grange of Jobs Corners, and was a man well thought of by everybody.  Mr. Garrison was a director of the Citizens’ Mutual  (Rest gone)

 Deep and wide-spread is the sorrow in Mansfield and vicinity occasioned by the sudden death, in Brooklyn, NY., of Mrs. L. M. Gates.  The announcement was received here yesterday morning.  Mrs. Gates was in her thirty-first year; was the loving mother of six children, one an infant of two months, and of two step-sons.  She was in every sense the help-mate of her husband, and her loss will be a will nigh crushing blow to him.  To the afflicted family is extended the profound sympathy of the many friends who loved and admired Mrs. Gates, and feel a sense of personal loss in her departure for the “Better Land.”  The funeral of Mrs. Gates will be held on Friday afternoon, at Addison, NY, her girlhood home.
--The funeral of Mrs. L. M. Gates, whose death was noted last week, was held at the home of her sister, Mrs. A. A. Aldrich, in Addison, last Friday.  Very impressive services were conducted by Rev. C. K. Newell, of Coudersport, assisted by Rev. Packard and Rev. Timeson, of Addison.  The funeral was largely attended, many from a distance being present.  The floral offerings were beautiful.  The Brooklyn church of which Rev. Gates is pastor, sending some handsome designs.  The members of the Mansfield Baptist church sent a beautiful design in which the Christian name of the deceased was worked.  The casket bearers were brothers and brothers-in-law of the deceased:  A.A. Aldrich, Rev. Fred Gates, Rev. W. C. Gates, Mr. S. Dodge, and Mr. C. C. Merritt.  Among those who attended the funeral from Mansfield were:  Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Allen, Mrs. M. B. Wheeler, Mrs. M. F. Rose, and Mrs. S. K. Coles.  Those from Lambs Creek were: Mrs. Fred Lamb and Mrs. Seymour Hotchkiss.

 Funeral service for Jerome C. Husted, 76, for many years an Addison druggist, was conducted at the family home on Tuscarora Street, Addison, Mary 8, by the Rev. Kenneth Arnold.  Services in Addison Rural Cemetery were in charge of the F&AM.  Mr. Husted was a native of Woodhull, the son of William and Caroline Covell Husted, August 27, 1857.  Mr. Husted was a member of the School Board, Addison Lodge, F&AM, Royal Arch Masons Chapter and the Addison Baptist Church.  He leaves two sons, Victor of the Pas Manitoba, Canada, and Preston of Pensacola, Fla.; three grandchildren, Jimmy and Jerry Husted of the Pas, and Jean of Pensacola; a sister, Mrs. Hattie Sly, who had resided with him since the death of his wife, and a brother, Bradley Husted of Wellsboro.  (Handwritten date 1933)

 Woodhull, March 12—Mrs. Jerome Husted of Addison died Friday morning.  Mrs. Husted was a former resident of this place.  Her death followed a stroke.  She is survived by her husband, two sons, Victor and Preston, and four sisters and one brother.  Burial was in the Addison cemetery.  Those from this place who attended the funeral were:  Mr. and Mrs. Menzo Husted, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Husted, Mrs. B. J. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Sterill Olin, Mrs. Garrett Morey, Mr. and Mrs. R. Bates, Mrs. William Sly, Clifford Sly, Park Sly, Mrs. Carrie TenBroeck, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Carpenter.

 Addison, Jan. 11—The unexpected death of Albert H. Husted occurred at the family home on Steuben street yesterday morning at 4 o’clock.  The cause was blood poisoning.  A. R. Husted was for a number of years proprietor of the Palace Grocery of this place and recently was a traveling salesman for the Columbus Oil Company of Ohio.  He had been confined to his bed for the past four weeks and his ailment could not be defined by local physicians.  Blood poisoning was not suspected, as he had not been injured.  On Sunday his condition seemed to be nearly normal, except for slight swellings in the lower limbs.  Mr. Husted was a member of the Addison Lodge of Odd Fellows and a member of the Baptist Church of this place.  He was fifty-one years old.  Besides his wife he is survived by a step-daughter, Agnes Ameigh, and a step-son, Howard Ameigh, by two sons, Glenn W. And Lawrence Husted, by one sister, Hattie W. Sly of Woodhull; by three brothers, Jerome C. Of this place, and Bradley, also of this place, and Ross of Emporium, Pa.  His aged mother, Caroline Husted, of Woodhull, also survives.  The funeral will be held on Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock, the Rev. J. H. Seeley, pastor of the Baptist church to officiate.  Burial will be in Addison cemetery.

 The funeral of Dr. George Crane, whose death occurred Sunday afternoon, will be held Wednesday afternoon from the house at 2:30 o’clock.  Burial will be in the Addison cemetery.

 The funeral of the late Charles H. Husted was held yesterday afternoon at the home of J. C. Husted on Tuscarora street and burial was in Woodhull cemetery.  The Rev. J. H. Seeley of the Baptist church officiated.

 Albert J. Husted, 56, known to his  friends as “Bert” Husted, of 213 Franklin Street, died at the family home at 6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 27, 1937, after an extended illness.  He was a member of the Brotherhood of Railroad Engineers.  He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Grace Shieves Husted; his mother Mrs. Adeline Husted of Elmira; a brother, Emmett Husted of Chicago; two sisters, Mrs. H. A. Carter of Elmira and Mrs. C. A. Budd of Ambridge, Pa., and several nieces and nephews.  Funeral in the family home Tuesday at 2 p.m.  the Rev. Paul E. Rickabaugh and the Rev. Irving J. Shafer.  Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery.

 Franklin W. Husted died Wednesday at 10:40 p.m. at the family home, 437 ½ Mt. Zoar street, aged seventy-three years.  He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Ca. A. Budd of Ambridge, Pa. Mrs. H. A. Carter of Elmira; two sons, A. J. Husted of Elmira and Emmet Husted of Chicago; three sisters, Mrs. Charles Groves, Miss Sylvia Husted of Woodhull; Mrs. Richard DeLong of Fredonia; five brothers, Charles, Philip, Edward, John and Wilson Husted all of Woodhull.  The funeral will be held at the home Saturday at 2 p.m.  The Rev. W. E. Barnes of Lawrenceville, Pa., will officiate.  Burial in Woodlawn cemetery.

 Wilson Husted late of Troupsburg, died Friday, Dec. 13, 1935.  He is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Eva Groves, Woodhull; Mrs. Richard DeLong, Fredonia; Miss Sylvia Husted, Elmira; three brothers, Edwin G., John and Phillip Husted of Woodhull.  The funeral was held in the family home today at 2 p.m.  Burial was in the East Troupsburg Cemetery.

 Charles Husted, 74, of Corning died in that city, Friday night.  He was a former resident of Woodhull.  Mr. Husted is survived by a son William of Corning, a daughter, Mrs. Edward Willis of Binghamton, four brothers, John, Edward, Phillip and Wilson, all of Woodhull and three sisters, Mrs. Charlie Groves, of Woodhull, Mrs. Richard DeLong of Dunkirk and Miss Sylvia Husted of Elmira.  The funeral and burial was held Sunday afternoon at Woodhull.

 John W. Husted, 75, a brother of Miss Sylvia Husted of Elmira, died Sunday, May 31, 1936, at the family home at Woodhull, after two years illness.  Funeral Wednesday 2 p.m.

 Knoxville, Mar. 18—Mrs. Mary Husted, 93, died at her home in Deerfield township Thursday afternoon.  The funeral was held at the home Sunday at 1:30 p.m.  The Rev. E. E. Moon, pastor of the Pentecostal Church of Knoxville, officiated.  Burial was in riverside Cemetery.  Mrs. Husted is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Emmily Merrick and Mrs. Viola Skinner of Deerfield; three daughters, Mrs. Abbie Jacobson of Elkland, Mrs. Viola Houghtelling of Norway Ridge, and Mrs. Villa Drew of Dawnville, Va; four sons, Edward and Joseph of Deerfield, Herman and Frank of Horseheads.

 Elkland—Eddie Smith Husted died at his home in Deerfield Township, Thursday morning, Mar. 19, 1936.  He was born in Woodhull, June 23, 1876, son of George and Mary Howland Husted.  Surviving are his wife, Cora Hyatt Husted; four sons, Harry, Sheridan, George and Daniel, and one daughter, Dorothy, all at home; three brothers, Joseph of Chatham; Frank and Herman, Breesport; three sisters, Mrs. Viola Hotaling, Osceola; Mrs. Villa Drew, Dansville, Va., and Mrs. John Jacobson of Elkland, Pa.; several nieces and nephews.  Funeral in the family home Friday 2 p.m.

 Age 78 of South First St., Knoxville, Pa., Wednesday, July 26, 1978.  Friends may call at the Charles L. Kenyon Funeral Home, Elkland, Friday 7 to 9 p.m and where funeral and committal services will be held Sunday of 2:00 p.m. the Rev. Paul Green.  Burial Riverside Cemetery, Knoxville, Pa.  Survived by sister, Mrs. Mary Destasio, Little Marsh, Pa., half-sister, Mrs. Eva Blackwell, Elmira, NY.  Also survived by several nieces, nephews and cousins.

 Corning—William R. Husted, 79, of 25 E. Pulteney St., died early Saturday morning in Corning Hospital following a lengthy illness.  He retired from the Ingersoll-Rand Co. as a machinist in 1956 and had 59 years of active and retired service with the company.  Husted was born in Woodhull Dec. 31, 1890.  He was married to Florence Eddy in 1944.  He was a member of the First Congregational United Church of Christ, Corning Elks Lodge, the I-R Service Association and the Old Tymers Club.  (Handwritten date Jan. 1970)

 Mrs. Roseta E. Harris, 74, died at the family home at Mansfield, Pa., early Saturday morning.  She is survived by her husband  (Can’t read the rest)

 Darius A. Havens died at his home in Elmira heights, NY., on Friday evening, aged 90.  Burial was in the cemetery at Webbs Mills on Sunday, following services at the home.  There survive, three daughters—Mrs. Joseph Vickers, of Mansfield; Mrs. Marietta Judson, of Webbs Mills; Mrs. Smith French, of Mosherville, and one brother, Thomas Havens, of Troy.  Mr. Havens was formerly a farmer at Mosherville.

 Mrs. Etta Florence Haff, 27, died this morning at 11 o’clock at the family home, 716 West First Street, after an extended illness.  Mrs. Haff is survived by her mother, Mrs. Leonora Barnstead; three brothers, Calvin, William and James of Elmira; two sisters, Miss Eleanor Barnstead of Elmira and Mrs. Olive Case of Rochester.  Mrs. Haff was a member of the First M. E. Church and was highly respected.  Funeral notice later.

 In the death of C. B. Hanyen, Rutland has lost one of its oldest and best known citizens.  For two years Mr. Hanyen had been suffering from heart trouble, but at no time had he been confined to his bed.  While it was known that his ailment was serious, yet the announcement of his death came as a shock to his many friends.  A man of sterling principles, upright and honorable in all of the walks of life, and with a quiet, underlying spirit of benevolence and charity, he will be greatly missed by those who have so long known him.  Mr. Hanyen was born in Ellenville, NY., on December 8, 1834, and was the youngest child of William H. and Abigail Weeks Hanyen.  His early life was spent at home, where he attended school at Ellenville Academy, later graduating from Lowell College, Binghamton, NY.  For three years he was a building contractor in Illinois, coming east at the time of the sinking of the “Central America,” when his brother, who was returning from California, went down with this ill-fated ship.  Mr. Hanyen entered the mercantile business in 1860, and had followed it continuously until the time of his death.  He was a member of the M. E. church, and had served as steward and trustee, and was for many years superintendent of the Sunday school.  In politics, Mr. Hanyen was a Republican, and had held the offices of school director and justice of the peace.  He was appointed postmaster at Rutland, and had acted in that capacity for nearly twenty-five years.  He was a member of the I. O. O. F., and also was a thirty-second degree Mason.  On February 18, 1863, he was united in marriage to Jennie E. Reynolds, and is survived by her, and the following children:  Attorney Fred C. Hanyen, Scranton, Pa.; Prof. C. B. Hanyen, Jr., Wilkes Barre, Pa.; Miss M. Louise Hanyen, Elmira, NY.; Mrs. L. M. Palmer, Mansfield, Pa.    The funeral services were held at the home on Thursday morning at 10 o’clock, and were in charge of the Rev. I. T. Johnson, pastor of the Rutland M. E. church, assisted by the Rev. Seymour Barrett, pastor of the Judson Baptist church, and the Rev. R. DeWitt Stanldy, pastor of the Mansfield M. E. church.  A beautiful prayer of consolation was offered by Mr. Stanley, and brief remarks were made by Mr. Johnson and Mr. Barrett.  At the conclusion of the service, Mr. Johnson read the poem, “Rock of Ages, Cleft For Me.”  About the casket were many floral offerings, which attested the love and esteem of many friends.  The burial was in the family plot in beautiful Woodlawn cemetery, Elmira, NY., and the service was in charge of the Rev. A. J. Saxe, pastor of the First M. E. church of that city.  The pall-bearers were William H. Hatfield, Anthony Benson, Lafayette E. Stevens, Lorenzo W. McClure, John H. Frost, Judson Seeley.

 Mrs. Will Arnot has for her guest her granddaughter, Miss Mary Dunsmore, who is enroute for Lock Haven where she will attend summer school
 Will Armstrong is improving his house by giving it a new coat of paint.
 Dr. Nye returned from Buffalo the last of the week, where he visited his daughters, Sylvene and Mrs. Margaret Paul.
 Mr. and Mrs. Elery Wilcox were in Mansfield on business two days of last week.
 Mrs. Kate Soper has been spending a week at the home of Llewellyn Soper.
 Judson Oldroyd, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oldroyd, is again quite ill.
 Mrs. James Longwell returned Sunday, after having spent two weeks in Millerton with her son and grandson, Harry and Stanley Longwell.
 Mr. and Mrs. John Davis, of Elmira, were Sunday guests of Hiram Sherman.
 Will Reynolds has returned from a two weeks visit with friends in Sullivan, Troy and Canton.
 Miss Georgia Cook is spending a few days with her niece, Mrs. Erma Krum.
 A visit from one of the state troopers created no little excitement here one day last week.  His stay was brief, but he was kept busy while here.
 Mr. and Mrs. F. C. White and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Argetsinger attended the Grotto Frolic in Elmira last week.

 Lyman C. Haff, 73, of 926 Hoffman St., formerly of the Breesport Road, this morning, Sept. 23, 1955, following an extended illness.  He was a member of the Macabees and Breesport Baptist Church.  Survived by wife, Mrs. Ethel M. Haff; daughters, Mrs. John Madden of Elmira, with whom he resided, Mrs. Minnie DeRico of Elmira and Mrs. Alvina Griffith of New Bern, N.C.; sons, Boyd of Bloominton, Del, and Lyle of the Breesport Rd.; sisters, Mrs. Carrie Seeley of Roseville, Pa., and Mrs. Flora Glover of Dundee; brothers, Clarence of East Rutherford, NJ., John of Passaic, NJ., Fred of Bath, Edwin of Elmira, Clifford, Harry and Floyd Haff, all of Dundee; eight grandchildren.  The body is at the Holly-Keck Funeral Home.  Funeral announcements later.  (Handwritten note:  Monday, P. M. Rev. Sottia, Woodlawn Cemetery)

 Raymond R. Hatfield, 42, died Monday, Dec. 2, 1940, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Benson in Tioga, Pa., after a five months illness.  He was a former Tioga County Treasurer.  He was born in Rutland, Pa., a son of William and Harriet Updyke Hatfield and was married June 15, 1925, to Miss Vendetta Benson who survives, with two children, Jean and Richard, at home.  He also leaves his mother, Mrs. William Hatfield of Tioga; two sisters, Mrs. Arlie L. Niles of Philadelphia and Mrs. E. Karl Smith of St. Louis, and two brothers, John of Philadelpia and Waldo of St. Louis.  The funeral will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Benson home, the Rev. Orey E. Crippen of Rutland and the Rev. Orey M. Bolt of Tioga officiating.  Burial in Evergreen Cemetery at Tioga.

 Mrs. Harriet Updike Hatfield, 77, of Tioga, Pa. Thursday, Sept. 3, 1953, at St. Louis, Mo., following an extended illness.  Mrs. Hatfield was a member of the Tioga Methodist Church.  Survived by sons, John Hatfield of Chicago and Waldo of St. Louis; daughter, Mrs. E. Karl Smith of St. Louis; nine grandchildren; four great grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.  The body will arrive in Mansfield, Pa., Saturday and will be removed to the Shaw & Robena Funeral Home