Egbert Smith obit

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Egbert Smith obit - Qrk E. Andrew* OTEGO -- Clark E. Andrews, a...
Qrk E. Andrew* OTEGO -- Clark E. Andrews, a resident of East Branch of Otsdawa, died June 12 at Fox Hospital. He was 34. Funeral sen-ices will be at t. p.m. Friday at the Bailey Funeral Home. The Kev. J o h n Truax and the Kev. Lavcre L)od- eon will officiate. Burial will be at Evergreen cemetery, Otego. Andrews was born Oct. 1.1934, in Oneonta, t h e son of Stewart and Alice (I'.urd;ck) Andrews He married AKa Sper- ijcck on March 24, 19C1 at -Morris He lived his entire life in the O'ego area. Survivors include his parents, his wife,, at home: two sons, Clark E. and Hark !.: one sister Ellen Dietz of Albany: three brothers. Sgt. Stewart Andrews of Colorado Springs, Co.; Airman -1C Alan Andrews. Madison. Wis.; and Virgil Andrews, at home. Friends may call at the funeral home at Iheir convenience. The family will be in attendance after 7 p.m. Thursday. Carrie M. Roof SIDNEY CENTER - M:« Carrie M. Roof. R7, of Sidney Center, died June 12 at Itatcliffe Rest Home, Laurens. Funeral services will Ix 1 held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Joyce Funeral Home, Unadilla, with the Rev. Mr. Maxwell of Sidney Center officiating, liurial will be in Highland Cemetery, S i dney Center. Miss Roof was torn in Northfield, Town of Walton, Dec. 31. 1879 daughter of William M. and Rosella (Booth) Roof. She was a domestic. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Mabel Comstock of Sidney Center, and cousins. Friends may call it tin 1 funeral home from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. Schaffer of Schenectady; t w o sisters. Mrs. Beatrice II. H:tch- cwi of 37 Grand St. and Mrs. Floyd Cross of I'raUsviKe. a brother. Lelloy Smith of New Berlin RL3; six grandchildren, a great aunt, several nieces, nephews and cousins. Friends may call at the funeral home after noo: Wednesday until service time. Egbert N. Smith Egbert N. Smith, 63, of 15 Main Street died Monday unexpectedly. Funeral services will he at 1:30 p.m. FrMay at the Bookhout Funeral Home with the Rev. Wilfred Lyon, pastor of the Morris Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in t h e Maryland Cemetery. He was 'born March 14, 1904 m Kortright Center, son of Robert L. and Grace M. (Beers) Smith. He worked at one time as a tractor-trailer driver and in latter years worked on area farms He had lived in Dneonta for about two years. Surviving are a son, Robert L. of Canandaigua; two daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Welsh of Jersey City, N.J. and Mrs. Elsie k-Koy I). ELK" CREEK - I-eRoy Da- vi'l V-r!!it".!'--:i. 75. K':: f" :. died June 13 at Basselt Hospital. Cooperstown, after a short illness. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the L. Wilbur Moritz Funeral Home, Tappan. 'Hie Kev. Springer of the Tappan U"fiirnril Church wi'l f f : - ciate. Burial will be in Tappan Reformed Cemetery. He was torn May 1. 1892 in Orangeburg. son of David and Florence (Robertson) Venneu- len. He was a machine operator all o! his life. He lived in this arna for night years, and was a member of the Worcester American Legion I'ost 15R4. Surviving are a brother. Harold W., of Elk Creek; a nephew, Harold L.. of Orangcburg. Friends may call at the Bi-n- r."tl Fiun'ral Ilium 1 , Sch'iv. "··. after 5 p.m. Wednesday. T h e family will be in altendance from 7 to 9 p.m. Earl T. r.ovrnv SPRINGFIELD CENTF.R Earl T. Cnveny, OS, died Monday. Funeral services will he at 9:30 a.m. Thursday at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament, Springfield Center, with the Rev. John Maksym, pastor, offiriatini!. Burial will be in SI. Mary's Cemetery, Herkimer. He was torn October, 31, 1R9S in Brushton, son of Daniel and Louise (Barnett) Coveny. He was a member of the Church of the Blessed Sacra- services will be at 2 p.m. Friday Ju;-j 10 in Bailey Funeral Hume. O'.t'go. Burial in Kv- trxreiTi C'wnHery, O t ego. Friends may call at the Bailey Funeral Home at their con- vi-iiiwice. 'Hie family will be in attendance after 7 p.m. Thursday. KOOF -- -Miss Carrie M., 87 of Sidney Center died June 12. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday June 15 Joyce Funeral Home. Burial jnl!i'.:!il;i!:d Cemetery, Sidney Cmler. Friends may call at tin- funeral home from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. SMITH - Egbert N., 63 of Broad St., Oneonta, died June ]2 in his room. Funeral services will foe at 1:30 p.m., Friday, June 1C, in liooldiout Funeral Home, 357 .Main St., Oneonta. Burial in Maryland (Vmt-HTy. Maryland. N. Y. Friends may call at the Bookhout Funeral Home at their convenience from n o o n Wednesday until service time. V K H M K U L K N - Lelloy 7."i of Elk Creek died June 13. Funeral services will bo at 2 p.m. Friday June 1«. I.. V.'illmr .Morilz Funeral Home, Tappan. Burial in Tappan Reformed Cemetery. Kriitids may rill at Hie Bennett Funeral Home, Schenevus, sifter 5 p.m. Wednesday. The family will be in attendance from 7 to 9 p.m. mcnt. Surviving arc three sons. Timothy of Springfield Center, William of Coopcrstown, and Michael of 'Brooklyn; two brothers, Daniel and Theron, both of Utica; two sisters, Mrs. Kutli- oririe Norcross of Mnlonc ;ind Mrs. Joanna O'Brien of Eemsen. Friends may call at the Me- Grath Funeral Home, Richfield Springs, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 Wednesday. Cliff on! L. Olmatead MARYLAND - Clifford L. Olmstead, 66, of Cliffside, Maryland KD1, died Tuesday, June 13, at Fox Hospital following an extended Illness. The body was removed to the Bookhwit Funeral Home where arrangements are pending. That's one of the things Ads so famous! If you number of the still good your home. Things like a porch furniture, even eager to buy these days. Next thing to do is to Oneonla Star Ad-Visor Then you'll find out for QUICK RF.SULTS1

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  1. The Oneonta Star,
  2. 14 Jun 1967, Wed,
  3. Page 13

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