Irene Smith Graff Obit

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Irene Smith Graff Obit - time on social activities in the schools. Much...
time on social activities in the schools. Much of the blame for the situation, she continued, rests with the State Department of Education--It U not entirely the fault of the schools. Students Revival Center Bible Institute, Lima will of God Revival Center. .12'4 service a a will Tuesdar: The Rev. Howard JTDOS Present* Morning Devotion* (1100 On Vonr Dial) Monday: The Rev. George pastor, Main Street Church, the Roberts Walter, pastor, Atonement Lutheran Church. Wednesday: The Rev. Alfred Bentall. mlnister-at-large, Otsego County Council of Churches. Thursday: The Rev. Russell Lawry, pastor. Elm Park Methodist Church. Friday: The Rev. Mark S. M. Ray, minister, United Presby- terian Church. its Saturday: News broadcast pital, where she had been a pa- tient' for abuot five weeks. She had been In ill health for two years. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the Bookhout Funeral Home, 357 Main St., with the Rev. Russell Lawry. pastor of Elm Park Methodist Church, officiating. Her body! will be placed in the funeral| home vault for burial later in I Oneonta Plains Cemetery. jj,,, Mrs. Groff was born In Kort- right, Jan. 16, 1906, daughter o f : dorf. Robert L. and Grace (Beers) Smith. She was married Nov. 29, 1928 in Stamford to Kenneth C. Groff,- who survives. She j \vi KK ans, had been a resident of Oneonta ics]i for 35 years. She attended I (ord . Jamt , Oneonta High School and the j c hrooder, Nurses Training School of Bing- ohio; hamton City Hospital. She was a mmeber of Elm Park Methodist Church and active in its WSCS, and a member of the American Legion Auxiliary. Also surviving are her father, 11 Pearl St.; two brothers, Egbert Smith, Smithfield Flats; LeRoy Smith, Laurens RD; and two sisters, Mrs. Edith Cross, to Prattsville; and Mrs. Beatrice |lobby Hitchcock, 3 Oneida St. [Tucsdav Friends may call at the fu- , MaIF \ neral home at their convenience. The family will attend from 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday. -In Aged Area Obit navies The Rov. Charles Si. Joint Private funeral services for the Rev. Charles N. St. John, 337' "2, of 83 Elm St., who died Wednesday in Fox Hospital, will be at 11:30 a.m. today at lnf Bookhout Funeral Home, the M7 Main St. their The Rev. Norman Isaman, in pastor of Phoenix Congrega- tional Church will officiate. will be In Simsbury, to Conn later In' Mr ;' st . j ohn wal 1)orn in Francis, -- I n Akron, Ohio. Simsbury Dec. 15, 1RIU, son of Newell and Addle (Cushman) St. John. He married Miss Marion Pltkln Oct. 8. 1913, In He was a retired pastor of Phoenix Congregational Church and had been · resident of a.m.|Oneonla for four years. He Home, - was a men.her of the Mnnt- Simv | peller, Vt.. Lodge, FAM. Besides hi» wife, he li sur- vived by two sons, Charlet Jr., of Haiti and Chandler of Sprlngervillc, Arlt.; a brother, I C Wardell SI. John, Wood- stock, Vt., * sister, Miss ISA- Fu-j belle SI. John, Slmibury, Conn, In and eight grandchildren. Mr*. Irrnr M. (Jroff For 2) year*, Mti. Irene M. Ornff, M, til 8 Richmond Ave, was a practical nurse at Fox Hospital. Sht died y*4tcrday it the hos- lxn J. Conklin RICHFIELD SPRINGS--Lee J. Conklin, 82, was a former manager of the Styles estate in Richfield and the Zoller estate in Warren. He died suddenly yesterday at his home on the Brighton Road. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Sunday in Richfield Springs with the Rev. Daniel T. Hill, rector of St. Johns Episcopal, Church offciating. Burial will be in Lakeview Cemetery later this year. He was born January 8, 1874 in the town of Springfield, son of William J. and Mary Jane (Snyder) Conklin. He attended school in Springfield. On November 30, 1ROI, he married Bertha Storing nt the home of the bride's parents In Montgomery District, Richfield Springs, after which they resided on a farm In Warren. He managed the Styles estate in Richfield Springs and later the Zoller estate In Warren. In 1918, Mr. and Mrs. Conklin moved to Richfield Springs, where they have conducted a tourist h3me and cabins. ( Mr. Conklin was a member of St. John's Episcopal Church and former member of Warrvu Grunge, RIO. He Is survived by hi* wifo, one son, Robert H., and a brother Floyd Conklin, Leon- urdivllle. who member From inn, water and air plui chemicals and minerals fro.n the soil, i sapling ran grow Into a tree that may weigh l.noo toni and tower 300 feet high. J. a

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  1. The Oneonta Star,
  2. 11 Feb 1956, Sat,
  3. Page 3

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