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|BANFIELD, Mrs. Eva||BEACH, Franklin R.||BOLHAST, Mrs. Anna|
|COBB, Russell C.||DZERNEYKO, Mrs. Pauline||FORD, Leon (Bo)|
|EVERHART, Floyd W.||EVERHART, Eva M.||GENUNG, Mrs. Edna S.|
|HALLIDAY, George T.||HASSETT, Miss Catherine||HYERS, Infant|
|KNAPP, Mrs. Cyrus||MACK, George Nolan||MORGAN, Mrs. Flora B.|
|NEWKIRK, Mrs. Cora L.||POPE, Mrs. Ernest||SANDWICK, Richard Lanning|
|SMITH, Mrs. Milvina C.||SPROULL, John S.||STEVENS, Mrs. Eleanor S.|
|TAKALA, John||TRAVIS, Raymond E.||VORHIS, Mrs. Edna V.|
|ZIMMER, Mrs. Sadie A.|
BANFIELD, Mrs. Eva
Mrs. Eva BANFIELD, 89, of 221 South Geneva St., died Tuesday, Nov. 25, 1975, in the IOOF Infirmary, Trumansburg Road. She is a life member of Ellis Hollow United Methodist Church, and had been employed at the College of Home Economics, Cornell University, for many years. Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth REED of Varna; two nephews, Walter STEVENS of Apalachin and Arthur STEVENS of West Hartford, Conn.; several grand-nephews and great-grand-nephews.
Services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday in Wagner Funeral Home, with the Rev. Thomas Kline, of the Ellis Hollow Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Willow Glen Cemetery, Dryden. There are no calling hours.
GENUNG, Mrs. Edna S.
Mrs. Edna S. GENUNG, 87, died Tuesday, Jan. 1, 1974, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ethel PARKER of 259 Iradell Rd., where she had been staying since November. Mrs. GENUNG was born in Town of Dryden on May 18, 1886, daughter of the late LeRoy and Catherine OVERACKER MCGILLVARY. She lived in the same township her entire life, the last 11 years in Freeville. She was a member of Snyder Hill Baptist Church and honorary member of the Macabees in Ithaca. In addition to her daughter, she is survived by two grandsons, D. M. PARKER of Trumansburg and Richard H. PARKER of Greer, S. C.; four great-grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Florence KEELER of Harford; nieces and nephews.
Services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday at Perkins Funeral Home, Dryden, with burial in Willow Glen Cemetery. The Rev. Melvin H. Negley of the Snyder Hill Baptist Church will officiate. There are no calling hours. Bearers will be Clair EVERSDYKE, Earl WAINRIGHT Jr., Homer COLLINS, Roy Dale COLLINS, Wilbur GENUNG and Clayton DANS Jr.
EVERHART, Floyd W.
Floyd W. EVERHART, 74, of Ellis Hollow died Wednesday, May 30, 1979 at Tompkins County Hospital after an extended illness. Mr. EVERHART was born in Watkins Glen June 14, 1904, son of the late William and Martha Emily BAKER EVERHART. Mr. EVERHART lived in Ellis Hollow since 1936. On Aug. 29, 1931 he married the former Eva M. DAVENPORT who survives him. He was employed as a sheet metal worker for more than 40 years, and was a member of the Sheet Metal Workers Local 112, of Elmira. He was a member of Ellis Hollow Methodist Church and of Newfield Lodge, 771, IOOF. Mr. EVERHART was a member of the Past Grand Council of New York and a member of Varna Fire Department.
In addition to his wife, he is survived by a nephew, Lawrence OLTZ of Ithaca; three nieces, Mrs. David (Lois) MORSE of Rural Valley, Pa., Mrs. Paul (Lillian) MORSE of Moravia and Mrs. Martha DUNHAM of Batavia; and several cousins.
Services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at Perkins Funeral Home in Dryden with the Rev. Eugene Durham officiating. Burial will be in Willow Glen Cemetery in Dryden. There are no calling hours. Members of Varna Fire department will attend the funeral as a group.
EVERHART, Eva M.
Eva M. EVERHART, 82, of Ellis Hollow died Saturday, May 30, 1981, in Tompkins County Hospital. She was a native of Elmira and had lived in Ellis Hollow since 1936. She was the widow of Floyd EVERHART who died in 1979. She was a member of Ellis Hollow Methodist Church and a former member of Newfield Rebekah Lodge. Mrs. EVERHART is survived by a companion, Virginia MORSE, of Caroline Center.
Services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Ellis Hollow Methodist Church with the Rev. G. Eugene Durham and the Rev. Jeffrey Seeley officiating. Burial will be in Willow Glen Cemetery in Dryden. There are no calling hours. Perkins Funeral Home of Dryden is in charge of arrangements.
COBB, Russell C.
Russell C. COBB, 75, of 616 S. Plain St., died at his home Wednesday, March 30, 1977. Born Sept. 30, 1901, in Groton, he spent most of his life in Ithaca and Ellis Hollow. He was employed as a machinist at Morse Chain Co. For 20 years, retiring in 1964. Mr. COBB is survived by his wife, Mrs. Clara OGDEN COBB of Ithaca; and two cousins, Harold COBB and Mrs. Juliet ST. JOHN, both of Moravia.
Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Perkins Funeral Home, Dryden. Pastor Thomas Kline of the Ellis Hollow Methodist Church will officiate. Burial will be in East Lawn Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday at the funeral home.
DZERNEYKO, Mrs. Pauline
Mrs. Pauline DZERNEYKO, 61, of Lockwood, Town of Barton, died this morning, Nov. 24, 1956, in Tioga General Hospital, Waverly, after a brief illness. She is survived by two daughters, Miss Mary and Miss Olga DZERNEYKO, both of Lockwood; three sons, Peter and John DZERNEYKO of Lockwood and P.F.C. George DZERNEYKO with the U.S. Army stationed in Korea; several nieces and nephews is Poland. She was a member of St. Anthony's Church, Dixon City, Pa.
Funeral arrangements in charge of the Allen Funeral Home, Spencer, will be announced later.
HASSETT, Miss Catherine
Miss Catherine HASSETT, formerly of Ithaca, died Wednesday, Nov. 21, 1956, in St. Ann's Home, Rochester. She is survived by nieces and nephews including Peter MCALLISTER of Ithaca and Miss Ellen and Miss Veronica MCALLISTER of Newark, N.J. Funeral services were held at 9 a.m. Friday in St. Ann's Chapel.
SANDWICK, Richard Lanning
Richard Lanning SANDWICK, 85, retired teacher and native of Dryden, died Nov. 6, 1956, in Winter park, Fla., where he had made his home for several years.
A graduate of Leland Stanford University, Palo Alto, Calif., he received his master's degree from the University of Chicago. While still a student in Chicago he was appointed superintendent at Deerfield Township High School, a suburb of Chicago. He retired in 1936 and two years later Sandwick Hall at the school was dedicated. He was a member in the University Club of the University of Chicago, Union League Club of Chicago and Highland Park Rotary Club.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth MARTIN SANDWICK, a son, Luther SANDWICK of New York City; four grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Anna GIVEN of Dryden and Mrs. Minnie SCHUTT of Glen Rock, N.J. and several nieces and nephews. Well known in Dryden where he was a frequent visitor, he spent the summer of 1953 with hew nephew O. J. GIVENS and family.
BEACH, Franklin R.
Funeral services for Franklin R. BEACH of 161 Bundy Rd., who died Nov. 20, 1956, were held at 2 p..m. Friday in the Bangs Funeral Home with the Rev. Floyd DeFlyer of the State Street Methodist Church officiating. Bearers were Charles RICH, Edward HARRIS, Bert FITCH, Robert BRUCE Sr., Harvey JAYNE and Albert PAYNE. Interment was in Lake View Cemetery.
TRAVIS, Raymond E.
Funeral services for Raymond E. (Shady) TRAVIS of the Trumansburg Rd., retired chief of the Ithaca Fire Department, who died Nov. 20, 1956, were held at 3:30 p.m. Friday in the First Methodist Church with the Rev. Henry G. Budd, minister, officiating.
Active bearers were Malcolm FOWLER, Lawrence DANIELS, Donald J. BENNETT, Joseph BREARLY, George GENUNG and Robert TARBELL.
Honorary bearers were Acting Chief Frank STAMP, Assistant Chief Charles WEAVER, Lester NIVISION, Merle ELLIS, Lloyd ELLIS, James DELANGO, Maurice PROTTS, Edward WHITING, Carl UPDIKE, Richard OLIVER, Lawrence BEACH, Ray DANIELS, Martin MIKULA, Edward TERWILLEGER, Clinto WILCOX and Arthur JOHNSON.
Also John GAINEY, Geroge HARPER, Thaddeus FAIRBANKS, Donald JUNE, Stephen WEAVER, George HUGHES, Richard LITTLE, Walter BUCKINGHAM, William OLESON, Richard GREGG, Donald WEAVER, Bexley WILKINSON, John JUCKETT and P. Kennedy REEVES.
Also Herbert MCGRAW, Earl CRANCE, Edward WITTER, Clifford TURVERE, William SAMMONS, Tracy SILLWELL, Onnie A. WESTERLAND, Truman K. POWERS, George BLEAN, William SIMMERS, Francis LAVERTY and William EAGAN.
Also Mayor John RYAN, Raymond WHEATON, James OILS, Kenneth FLYNN, Myrtus SULLIVAN, Howard KARR, Frank BUCKMAN, James DOOLITTLE, Lewis ARMSTRONG, Louis MOSHER, Joseph DIBBLE, Ward A. BOBNER, Jerry HALPIN, John . WALKER and F. K. PETERSON.
Burial was in Lake View Cemetery.
STEVENS, Mrs. Eleanor S.
Funeral services for Mrs. Eleanor S. STEVENS of 115 S. Titus Ave., who died Nov. 19, 1956, were held at 11 a.m. today in the Wagner Funeral Home with the Rev. Floyd DeFlyer, pastor of the State Street Methodist Church, officiating. Bearers were Joseph BAILEY, Lewis and Lawrence AXTELL and Joseph MOORE. Burial was in the family plot in City Cemetery.
POPE, Mrs. Ernest
Funeral services for Mrs. Ernest POPE of 1137 Trumansburg Rd., who died Nov. 19, 1956, were held at 11 a.m. today in the Wagner Funeral Home with the Rev. Floyd DeFlyer officiating. Bearers were Charles SCUDDER, John BUMP, Roy GAGE, Elmer H. and Elmer K. STICKLER and Arne TLIKKLEA. Burial will be in Coopers Plains Cemetery, Coopers Plains.
John TAKALA, 73, a farmer of the Crumtown Rd., Spencer, died this mornign, Nov. 30, 1956, in Tioga General Hospital, Waverly. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Elsie TAKALA; two sons, Alno and Reino TAKALA of Spencer; a step-son, Edwin HAUTALA, Spencer RD 1; two grandsons, Robert TAKALA of New York City and Sulo HAUTALA of Spencer and a granddaughter, Miss Joyce TAKALA of New York City. Friends may call at the Allen Funeral Home Saturday and Sunday. Funeral arrangements are incomplete.
BOLHAST, Mrs. Anna
Mrs. Anna BOLHAST, 91, formerly of Ludlowville, widow of Joseph BOLHAST, died Thursday, Nov. 29, 1956, in the Leonard Nursing Home, Newfield, after a long illness. She leaves no immediate survivors. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Friends may call at the Shea Funeral Home, 314 W. State St., from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday afternoon and evening.
FORD, Leon (Bo)
Funeral services for Leon (Bo) FORD of Trumansburg RD 3, who died Nov. 25, 1956, were held at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Wagner Funeral Home, with the Rev. Frederick Turner, pastor of the Jacksonville Community Church, officiating. Bearers were Paul A. and Harold M. VANN, Carter V. B. RICE, Robert G. ANGELL, Harold C. WAKEFIELD and William A. SMITH. Interment was in Grove Cemetery.
VORHIS, Mrs. Edna V.
Funeral services for Mrs. Edna V. VORHIS of Brooktondale who died Nov. 27, 1956, were held at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Gilbert Memorial Home with the Rev. D. M. Burkam, pastor of the Caroline Valley Federated Church officiating. Bearers were Gregg VORHIS, George and Gordon PANCOE, Benjamin VAN DEMARK, Edwward VORHIS Jr., and Bernard QUICK. Burial was in Quick Cemetery, Brooktondale.
ZIMMER, Mrs. Sadie A.
Funeral services for Mrs. Sadie A. ZIMMER of Spencer, who died Nov. 26, 1956, were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Allen Funeral Home, Spencer, with the Rev. Seward H. Bliss, pastor of the Presbyterian Church, officiating. Bearers were Richard and Donald WHITMARSH, Richard ANDERSON, Ivan GILLETTE, Howard COTTON and Robert VERGASON.
KNAPP, Mrs. Cyrus
On Dec. 29th, 1910, in Marcellus, N.Y., at the residence of Mrs. Albert DAVENPORT, occurred the death of Mrs. Cyrus KNAPP, for many years a resident of the town of Dryden. Mrs. KNAPP was the granddaughter of Elias W. and Mehetabel BRUMBALL CADY, early pioneers of the town. About five years ago the vital forces began to give way, due to paralysis, and she slowly failed. The end was quiet and peaceful.
Mrs. KNAPP is survived by her husband, who deserves much sympathy, and by six daughters and six sons, who were immediately called from their various homes and all were present. These are Frank W. KNAPP, and Mrs. Albert DAVENPORT, of Marcellus; Robert D. KNAPP of Katonah; Dr. Albert C. KNAPP and Dr. John B. KNAPP, of Cortland; Prof. Asa KNAPP, of Niagara Falls; Hiram C. KNAPP, Sara Cady KNAPP and Mrs. George E. MINEAH, of Dryden; Commissioner Hattie K. BUCK of North Lansing; Zoe KNAPP, of New York City; Helen KNAPP, of Syracuse. Another little son died in infancy nearly fifty years ago. She is also survived by one sister, Mrs. D. R. MONTGOMERY, and one brother, J. B. WILSON, both of Dryden, and an aged aunt, Miss Mary CADY, also of Dryden.
After the beautiful burial service of the Episcopal church and a most appropriate address by the Rev. Dr. Sanber, the remains were carried to their last resting place in the cemetery at Marcellus by the six sons, it being New Year's Day and her 71st birthday. The floral tributes were exceedingly beautiful and much appreciated by all the friends. It was a touching incident that some time since, she requested that she be buried in the same dress in which she was married, so she was laid away as she became a bride, almost fifty-three years ago. Mrs. KNAPP possessed a strong character and had a large circle of friends. Her life as exemplified in the family of sons and daughters was nobly accomplished.
SMITH, Mrs. Milvina C.
Funeral services for Mrs. Milvina C. Smith, formerly of 227 S. Geneva St., who died in Waterloo Friday, June 1, 1956, were held this afternoon in Shea Funeral Home. The Rev. Ralph N. Helverson of the First Unitarian Church officiated. Burial was in Grove Cemetery, Trumansburg. Bearers were Herbert HALL, Edward SWANSON, Richard TEA and George PARK. She is survived by five nephews, Daniel WEBER of Ithaca, Arthur G. SCHLOBOHM of Brooktondale, Paul WISNIAR of San Diego, Calif., and Charles MCGEE Jr. of Rochester.
MACK, George Nolan
George Nolan MACK, 55, of 266 Delaware Ave., Elsmere, and a former Ithacan, died there unexpectedly Sunday, June 3, 1956. He was with the old Associated Gas & Electric Company and for 10 years with the First National Bank in Ithaca. For the last 10 years he had been hearing examiner of the State Public Service Commission.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Fanny SMILEY MACK; a son, George N. MACK Jr., and a daughter, June Ann MACK, all of Elsmere; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Powers L. MACK of Genoa, and a brother, Corthell S. MACK of King Ferry. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Community Methodist Church, Elsmere and at 1 p.m. Thursday in the Wagner Funeral Home, 421 N. Aurora St. The Rev. James R. Rhodes of the Elsmere church will officiate at both services. Burial will be in East Lawn Cemetery.
The infant daughter of Lewis C. and Marguerite PIZILLY HYERS of 405 S. Albany St. died in Tompkins County Memorial Hospital Friday, June 1, 1956.
SPROULL, John S.
John S. SPROULL, 65, of Morris, Ill., died Sunday, June 3, 1956 at his home. He was the father of Prof. Robert SPROULL of 108 Northview Rd. Mr. SPROULL retired in January as superintendent of the Public Service Co. At Morris. He was active in Rotary and community affairs and was a past-president of the Railbow Council of Boy Scouts. He is survived by his wife Chloe SPROULL; and two sons, John SPROULL of Coss Bay, Ore., and Robert of Ithaca. Funeral services were held Tuesday, June 5, in the First Presbyterian Church in Morris. Burial was in Evergreen Cemetery.
MORGAN, Mrs. Flora B.
Mr. Flora BARTLETT MORGAN, 92, a resident of Groton for many years died Sunday, June 3, 1956, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Clara WALTERS, in Chicago, Ill. She was the widow of John MORGAN. Besides Mrs. WALTERS she is survived by an other daughter, Mrs. Bertha IHRIG of Brookdale, Calif.; a son, Enoch MORGAN of Groton; two grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. Thursday at the home of Robert J. Booth, 110 Elm St., Groton, with the Rev. Benjamin T. Ford, priest in charge of St. Ambrose Church officiating. Burial will be in McLean Rural Cemetery. Friends may call at the Booth residence from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday.
HALLIDAY, George T.
George T. HALLIDAY, 84, died Sunday, June 3, 1956, in Nyack. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Mae SMITH of Newfield and Miss Sybelle HALLIDAY of Nyack; a son, Richard HALLIDAY of Staten Island; three grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Private funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the home of Robert J. Booth, 110 Elm St., Groton, with the Rev. Russell Clair, pastor of the Groton Congregational Church officiating. Burial will be in Groton Rural Cemetery.
NEWKIRK, Mrs. Cora L.
Mrs. Cora L. NEWKIRK, 81, died at her home in Searsburg, Trumansburg RD, Monday, June 4, 1956, after an extended illness. She is survived by her husband, Fred NEWKIRK, two sons, Grant of Trumansburg and Ray NEWKIRK of Stuyvesant; seven grandchildren; one great-grandchild; two brothers, Tracy and Louis CLAWSON, both of Watkins Glen, and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Samuel Rhode Funeral Home, Trumansburg, with the Rev. Harry Dunlap of Searsburg Congregational Christian Church officiating. Burial will be in Jones Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home this evening and Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m.
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