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of Augustine's M. P. and St. Mrs. Frank Cornish NAPLES -- Mrs. Anna Cor n/i.r i-rija -- iuia. juuju \^ui - i ( l l ^ , nish, 76. widow of nish, clied \'orlh Main St., following a ong illness. Mrs. Cornish was born in Naples, Nov. 23, 1887, the daugh- er of Samuel and Caroline Schenk. She had always lived iere. Until her retirement a few years aÂ£;o, she had been em- loyed for several years in the cafeteria of Naples Central School. Survivors are three daughters, Mrs. Charles Rose of Nacres, Mrs. Edmund Gormel of Dansville and Mrs. George Richards of Bristol Springs; two ons, Gordon of Sodus and Frank of Bent'eyville, Pa.; grandchildren; four s i s t e Mrs. Philip Krape, Mrs. Nellis Weslbrook, Mrs. Frank Riescn- berger, of Naples and Mrs. Louis Fox of Wayland; four brothers, Fred, Charles, William and Samuel Schenk, all Naples. The Moore Funeral Home is in charge of funeral arrangements.