Harold W. Blanchard Obit
Former DH Machinist Dies Harold Willis Blanchard of Schenectady, a former DH machinist In Oneonta, died yesterday. Funeral will be at 10:30 a. Friday In Bond Funeral Home, Schcm ctady Burial will be made later in Oneonta Plains Cemetery. Mr. Blanchard was born at Jordan, March 27, 1887, son of Willis P. and Frances (Hall) Blanchard. The family moved to Oneonta when Mr. Blanchard was four. He married the former Susie Spickerman March 17, 1909, at Oneonta. He was employed as a ma- chinlst in the DH shops here until 1941 when he moved to Schenectady. Besides his wife, he is by a daughter, Mrs. George Simcon of New Â· York City; two grandchildren, Judith Ann and Laura Sue Slmcox: two brothers, Edward A. Blanchard of Oneonta, and Carl C. Blanchard of Schenectady, and a sister, Mrs. Atwell Black of Oneonta. ft, U. S. dairy cattle have been Increasing at the rate of 2,000,000 every ten years.