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||In the lower picture the Brick Shool, built 1881, is shown in 1920. The picture at left shows the old schoool in the right background with the 1927 gym addition in front. The old school was eventually torn down. In its place now stands the larger part of the present High School..|
Mansfield High School Graduates
This information was taken from the 1938 school year book. Joyce M. Tice has added supplemental information.
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the area in and naer Manfield.
Visit the History Center on Main Street at 83 North Main Street. We also have a locaton at 61 North Main Street.
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Planning a Reunion? Be sure to include a visit to the History Center to see our Blue and Gold Room, Displays of yearbooks and ALL the graduates of this school. We like to have Welcome Home Receptions for our returning Mansfieldians.
If you have obituaries for classmates, parents siblings, that we have not includedon the class pages, please send them to us.
|OCCUPATION||SPOUSE NAME||SRGP||Life Years||Cemetery|
|ALLIS||Aline||1925||218 Dawson Ave., Boomtown, NJ||Teacher||82248||MSTC 1928|
|ALLIS||Leo||1925||Mansfield, Pa.||Manager, Grand Union||82246||1906-1970||Arbon Cemetery|
|BAILEY||James||1925||Mansfield, Pa.||News Room||87006||1905-1941||St. Andrews|
|BATES||Sara||1925||104 Dwyer Ave., Liberty, NY||W. L. Randall||74522||MSTC 1928||1907-2001||Prospect Cemetery|
|BENSON||Doris||1925||Seeley Creek, NY||Sheldon Grow||13821||MSTC 1928||1908-|
|BRACE||DeEtta||1925||207 N. Lehigh Ave., Sayre, Pa.||Harold Cole||02122||1903-1993||Windham|
|BRACE||Harold||1925||Shinglehouse, Pa.||Teacher||[Martha McCollum]||02123||1907-1982|
|CHAMBERLAIN||Agnes||1925||Mainesburg, Pa.||[Olon Harris]||23114||1907-1996||Oakwood Cemetery|
|CHAMBERLAIN||Carl||1925||803 Cemetery St., Williamsport, Pa.||Lycoming Dairy||[Bertha Dunn]||08355||1908-1974|
|CHAMPNEY||Lyman||1925||105 W. State St., Quarryville, Pa.||Veterinarian|
|CLEVELAND||Freda||1925||Deceased||[Earl Tribe]||82623||MSTC 1927||1906-1933||Prospect Cemetery|
|CRUTTENDEN||Maurice||1925||Quincy, Mass.||Care Lincoln Stores|
|CRUTTENDEN||Arlene||1925||Mansfield, Pa.||Horace Longley||MSTC 1927||1906-1974||Oakwood Cemetery|
|DEUEL||George||1925||1819 Ardmore Blvd., Pittsburgh, Pa.||Teacher||84650||1907-1998||died Florida|
|DORSETT||Edward||1925||Sharon, Con.||39454||MSTC 1928|
|HARKNESS||Carlton||1925||208 Sabine St., Narberth, Pa.|
|HILFIGER||Addie||1925||423 W. Main St., Waterloo, NY||C.E. Wescott||15525||1906-1968||State Road Cemetery|
|HOWE||Mary||1925||18 Charlotte St., Bradford, Pa.||Teacher||Wilbur Eddy
|40418||MSTC 1929||1907-1996||Oakwood Cemetery|
|HULSLANDER||Inez||1925||729 Robinson St., Elmira, NY||P.H. Mosch
|JOHNS||Wilbur||1925||Mansfield, Pa.||Poultryman||Margaret Stull||13729||1907-1983|
|KELLEY||Lester||1925||R D 1, Wayne, Pa.||MSTC 1928|
|KILEY||Marie||1925||Mansfield, Pa.||Stewart Johnson||79958||1907-1987||Prospect Cemetery|
|KNOWLTON||Richard||1925||Mansfield, Pa.||Dorothea Rose||19397||1906-1977||Prospect Cemetery|
|LAMB||Bernice||1925||Rexville, NY||Clair O'Hargan||68499||MSTC 1928||-1951|
|LAPHAM||J.Burnett||1925||Towanda, Pa.||Bank Clerk|
|McBLANE||Mary||1925||Mansfield, Pa.||Arthur Barden|
|MATTESON||Gertrude||1925||R D. Crooked Creek, Pa.||Milton Erway|
|McCAUSLAND||Agnes||1925||Mansfield, Pa.||Herbert Manser
George E. Dyer
|McKAY||Clara||1925||Mainesburg, Pa.||Raymond Every||27025||1903-1982||Athens|
|MERRICK||Leah||1925||Nicholson, Pa.||Teacher||Arden Seeley||18813||MSTC 1929|
|MILLER||George||1925||Kenneth Square, Pa.||Teacher|
|MILLER||Hazel||1925||R D 3, Mansfield, Pa.||Dennis Watkins||03533||1907-1981|
|MILLER||Paul||1925||Kane, Pa.||H. S. Principal||19891||MSTC 1928|
|MOORE||Florence||1925||274 Baker St., Corning, NY||Henry Dodge||20387||1907-1976|
|MUDGE||Charles||1925||R D 1, Mansfield, Pa.||03559||1906-1993||Oakwood Cemetery|
|MUDGE||Earl||1925||Mansfield, Pa.||02576||1904-1964||St. Andrews|
|PACKARD||Lydia||1925||12 N. Main St., Penn Yan, NY||Vardis Lambrindes||59560||1907-1975|
|PALMER||George||1925||Hamilton, NY||Teacher||Margaret Dorsey||16103||MSTC 1929||1907-|
|POWERS||Donald||1925||302 Dock St., Steubensville, Ohio|
|PRECIT||Sadie||1925||New Philadelphia, Ohio||William Carpenter||83356||MSTC 1927|
|SHAW||Marian||1925||Mansfield, Pa.||Maxwell Squires
|SMITH||Charlotte||1925||R D 1, Wellsburg, NY||Lindsley Crum|
|SMITH||Ethelyn||1925||Marathon, NY||Lyman Frost||03665||MSTC 1927||1907-1987||Marathon NY|
|SMITH||Reed||1925||Drexel Hill, Philadelphia, Pa.||Elizabeth Bates||05647||1906-1973||Prospect Cemetery|
|SOPER||Lucille||1925||1122 Park St., Bowling Green, Ky||Martin Bartholomew||07296||-1989|
|STRAUGHN||Lloyd||1925||1503 Russell Ave., Salisbury, Md.||MSTC 1928|
|TERWILLIGER||Mary||1925||30 Laurentain Pl, Elmira, NY||Ray Randolph|
|WARTERS||Donald||1925||503 Dudley St., Syracuse, NY||Eunice Fiester||53912||1907-1972|
|WARTERS||Gladys||1925||616 Maple St., Union, NY||Glen Scott||53913||1908-|
|WEBSTER||Margaret||1925||Mainesburg, Pa.||Aaron Smith||13366||1906-1989||Mainesburg Cemetery|
|WILCOX||Ethel||1925||Blossburg, Pa.||Wesley Brewer|
|Louise JOHNS "Neu" sent in her father's graduation program for the Class of 1925|
|BRACE -DeETTE B. COLE, 89, of Windham, died on June 25, 1993, at the Bradford County Manor where she had been a resident for the past several years. She was born on Dec. 28, 1903, in Mill creek, Rutland Twp., Pa., a daughter of Harry and Lucy Tanner Brace. She was a graduate of Robert Packer Hospital School of Nursing, class of 1929, and a long-time member of the Nichols Baptist Church where she taught Sunday School and enjoyed singing. She also enjoyed a variety of handiworks including crocheting and knitting in addition to her gardening and homemaking skills. She was predeceased by her husband, Harold O. Cole in 1986, and her daughter, Jeannine Blow in 1984. She is survived by: her daughters and sons-in-law: Norma and Ralph Kelsall, Windham, Gloria and Howard Fabry, Delmar, N.Y. and step-daughter, Wanda Westbrook and husband, Eldon of Litchfield; sons and daughters-in-law; D. William and Mary Cole, Mainesburg, Pa. and Ronald and Rosemary Cole, Litchfield; brothers, Sterling Brace of Wellsboro, Pa. and Gordon Brace, Mainesburg; sisters, Frances Vosburg, Mansfield, Eloise Foster, Elmira and Winifred Tears, Troy, Pa.; twenty grandchildren, several step-grandchildren, and many great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins also survive. Friends may call at the Sutfin Funeral Chapel, Main Street, Nichols, Tuesday from 1-2 p.m. Funeral services will follow there with her Pastor, Clifford Proper officiating. Interment will be in the Valley Home Cemetery, Windham. Expressions of sympathy may be directed to the Nichols Baptist Church in memory of DeEtte B. Cole. -Towanda Daily Review.|
Wellsboro Gazette, April 14, 1982
Divers Search Tioga Lake for Man Missing since March 25th - Four members of the State Police Area 2 Underwater Search Team spent part of the day Thursday, April 8, in the near-freezing waters of Tioga Lake near the Mill Creek bridge on Route 15 south of Tioga in an effort to find a Rutland Township man reported missing since March 25th. Harold Brace, 74, of Painter Run Road, left his home on the morning of March 25th to walk the ten miles to Tioga. After he failed to return home, search crews combed the area on foot and by air on the following day. Wearing water-tight “dry suits”, the four divers searched the lake bottom along the shoreline in the area where Brace may have been walking during his trek to Tioga. Visibility was hampered by winds whipping the water and the heavy flow of Mill Creek into the lake. Taking part in the search were Bob McDonnell and Bill Dee, both of Troop R in Dunsmore. Bob Lipski of Troop S in Gibson, and Harold Witushynsky of Troop F Mansfield. The State Police were aided in their efforts by two members of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers who provided a power boat. An unopened six-pack of beer found along the bank of the lake recently led police to believe that Brace may have fallen through the ice. However, the four divers found nothing on Friday to indicate that Brace was in the lake. Because of the poor visibility underwater, the men reported that it would have been very difficult to find anything in the lake. “I could see about two feet in front of me,” Lipski said. Witushynsky said that they may search the lake again at a later date when the visibility is better. “There’s also the possibility of some fisherman finding the body after the season opens,” he noted. The Underwater Search Team, started in 1973, has a total of six experienced SCUBA divers and covers a 22-county area in north-eastern Pennsylvania. The team is one of five dicing teams located throughout the state and, according to McDonnell, is kept busy most of the summer because of the relatively large number of rivers and lakes in the territory of Area 2.
BRACE - Harold
Wellsboro Gazette, April 21, 1982
Search Continues for Harold Brace - State Police conducted another aerial search in the Tioga area last Thursday in a continuing effort to locate Harold Brace who has been missing since March 25th. Brace, 74, left his Painter Run home to walk the ten miles to Tioga and has not been seen since. State Police divers searched portions of Tioga Lake on April 8 and they plan to search the lake again soon. Poor visibility under water hampered their first efforts and they want to make sure that Brace’s body is not in the lake. The State Police helicopter pilot accompanied by Cpl. Greg of Mansfield, reported seeing nothing during the search last week. Ground searchers combed the area where they believed Brace to be lost on the day after he was reported missing. SSDI- Harold Brace, b. 6 June 1907; d. Mar. 1982 Tioga County, PA; SSN=181-07-1698
Wellsboro Gazette, June 16, 1982
Brace’s Body Found
The badly decomposed body of Harold Joseph Brace of RD2, Tioga, missing since March 25, was found at 10 a.m. Thursday morning, June 10 by two hikers - Dan Stefanowich, 19, of RD2, Tioga and Eric Tobey, 20, of RD1, Millerton who were walking on state game lands in the Cabin Run Creek area of Tioga Township. The body was located about four miles from any residence according to Mansfield State Police. Members of the state police, Tioga County Deputy Sheriff Richard Tomlinson, Game Protector Steve Gehringer and Tioga County Coroner Dr. James L. Wilson and several of the Tioga Volunteer Fire Departments walked to the scene and removed Brace’s remains. Dr. Wilson stated that death was due to natural causes and released Brace’s remains to the Kuhl Funeral Home, Mansfield. Brace had left home on March 25 planning to walk the 10 miles to two Tioga area bars and was reportedly seen on the Mill Creek Route 15 bridge that afternoon. Mr. Brace was a retired farmer and had retired from the former Novelty Supply Co. Born June 6, 1907, in Rutland Township, Tioga County, he was a son of Harry and Lucy Tanner Brace. Surviving are his wife the former Marie McCallum; a son, Richard, of Mansfield RD2; two daughters, Mrs. James Brown, of Mansfield RD2, and Mrs. James Powlison, of Millerton RD; five sisters, Mrs. Frances Vosburg of Mansfield, Mrs. Edith Smith of Big Flats, NY, Mrs. Elouise Foster of Elmira, NY, Mrs. Winifred Tears of Roseville, and Mrs. DeEtta Cole of Sayre; four brothers, Glen, Boyd and Gordon, all of Roseville, and Sterling of Wellsboro and eight grandchildren. The funeral will be at the convenience of the family at the Kuhl Funeral Home, Mansfield. MHS 1925
CHAMBERLAIN, AGNES C. HARRIS
Agnes C. Harris, 88, of Mansfield, RR 3, died Saturday, March 16, 1996, at Broad Acres Nursing Home, Wellsboro. Born April 20, 1907, in Mansfield, she was a daughter of Charles and Cora Webster Chamberlain. She was a graduate of the Mansfield Normal School. Preceding her In death was a son, Richard Harris, a brother, Howard Chamberlain and a daughter-in-law, Marian Harris, Surviving are her husband of 55 years, Olon L. Harris; three sons and two daughters-in-law, Donald and Pat Harris of Auburn, N.Y., James Harris of Mainesburg and David and Lynn Harris of Blossburg; one daughter and son-in-law, Linda and Chris Hawk of Saylorsburg; ten grandchildren eight great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Calling hours were held Tuesday, March 19, and Wednesday, March 20 at the Scureman Funeral Home, Mansfield. Funeral services were held there following the calling hours on Wednesday. The Rev, Ira Hindman officiated. Burial will be made in Oakwood Cemetery.
Carl Chamberlain, 63, of 135 Broad Street, Montgomery, was pronounced dead at the scene of a car-tractor-trailer accident on Route 15, four miles south of Williamsport, at 7:10 Monday night. According to the state police Chamberlain had been traveling south and stopped in the southbound lane prior to making a left turn onto Township Route 520. After stopping, police said Chamberlain started to make his turn in the path of a southbound tractor-trailer truck. The rig, which was in the act of passing another vehicle, swerved to avoid hitting the car. In the meantime, another tractor-trailer truck driven by Mitchell S. Kehauver, 29, of Fenton RD 1, York County, was unable to swerve out of the way and struck the Chamberlain car, police said. The impact caused the Chamberlain car to hit a utility pole and it continued into a small stream. Mr. Chamberlain was born April 28, 1908, in Mainesburg, a son of Albert and Neva Buredett [Bartlett] Chamberlain. A member of the First United Methodist Church of Montgomery, he was a member of that church's administrative board. He owned and operated Chamberlain's Dairy for the past 13 years. He was a member of the Montgomery Rotary and active in many civic affairs. He is survived by his wife, the former Bertha Dunn; a daughter, Mrs. Greta Vairo, of Media; a son, Harold, of Camarillo, Calif.; a Brother, Harold B., of Mainesburg, and eight grandchildren. The funeral was at 2 pm Friday at the First United Methodist Church in Montgomery. The Rev. Donald C. Nolder, his pastor, officiated. Burial was in the Fairview Cemetery, Montgomery.
CLEVELAND, Frieda - Mrs. [Frieda] Earl Tribe of Tioga Center, NY, died June 3, in a hospital at Waverly. The remains were taken to the Church of Christ at Canoe Camp, where funeral services were held Tuesday; burial in Prospect cemetery, Mansfield. Mrs. Tribe was before her marriage Miss Frieda Cleveland of Mansfield. She is survived by her husband and her parents, Mr. & Mrs. Homer Cleveland, of Mansfield, and two sisters. - Wellsboro Agitator, 14 June 1933
CRUTTENDEN- LONGLEY, Arlene C.
Arlene C. Longley, age 68 of E. Elmira St., Mansfield, died Saturday, Sept. 21, 1974 at her home. The funeral was at the Kuhl Funeral Home, Mansfield, Tuesday with Rev. Richard Brenneman officiating. Burial was in Oakwood Cemetery, Mansfield. She is survived by one son, Richard L. Longley of Lawrenceville RD. She was formerly employed at the Mansfield State College. She was born April 11, 1906 in Mansfield, the daughter of Lewis and Lelia McConnell Cruttenden.
|HILFIGER, Addie WESTCOTT, Mrs. Addie H. (SRGP 15525)
Mrs. Addie H. Westcott, age 61, of Nelson, Pa., formerly of Mainesburg, Pa., died Wednesday, Jan. 17, 1968. Funeral was at the Shaw & Robena Funeral Home, Saturday at 2 p.m. The Rev. Carl Schoonover of Addison, N.Y. officiated. Burial was in State Road Cemetery. Survived by sisters, Mrs. Mabel Benson of Mainesburg, Mrs. Velma Baity of Montoursville, Mrs. Florence Stonebreaker of Williamsport; brothers, Morgan Hilfiger of Mainesburg, Merle Hilfiger of Troy, Mark Hilfiger of Hornell, N.Y.; several nieces and nephews. She was a member of the Tuscarora Baptist Church.
HULSLANDER - MRS. INEZ J. MONRO
MAINESBURG--Mrs. Inez J. Monro, 79, of Mainesburg, died Saturday, May 10, 1986, in Troy Community Hospital. Her husband, George Monro, died in 1951. Born in Sullivan Twp., Tioga County, Oct. 25, 1906, she was a daughter of Thomas and Jennie Kiff Hulslander. Surviving are a son, Thomas, also of Mainesburg; two daughters, Mrs. Alice Sawyer, of Lindley, NY, and Mrs. Blanche O'Gary, of Sunnydale, Calif., 14 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. The funeral was today in Mansfield. Burial was in Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield.
JOHNS, Wilbur W.
Age 76 of RD 2, Mansfield, Pa. Thursday, May 12, 1983 at the Green Home, Wellsboro, Pa. after an extended Illness. Friends may call at
the Kuhl Funeral Home, Mansfield, Pa. Friday evening 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral Service there Saturday at 1 p.m. Rev. James Dawes of the First United Methodist Church, Mansfield, Pa. his pastor officiating. Interment Wildwood Cemetery, Williamsport, Pa. In lieu of flowers,
donations may be made to the First United Methodist Church Memorial Fund or the Salvation Army. Survived by wife, Margaret Stull Johns; 2 daughters, Louise A. Johns of Pottstown, Pa. and Linda Johns Heater of Bremerton, Wash.; son, Ralph C. Johns of Mansfield, Pa, and stepson, Thomas N. Moran of East Aurora, N.Y.; 4 grandchildren; 1 brother, Winthrop of North Palm Beach, Fla.; 1 sister, Mrs. Colie (Eleanor) Rush of Mansfield, Pa.; 1 sister in law, Mrs. Ann Johns of St. Petersburg, Fla. He was a retired Sr. Vice President and Director of First Citizens National Bank of Mansfield, Pa. He was a retired poultry farmer, Member and Past Master of Friendship Lodge No. 247 F&AM of Mansfield, Pa. Member of Williamsport Consistory, member of Royal Arch Chapter No. 296 Zebulun, member of First United Methodist Church of Mansfield, Pa. where he was active usher for over 30 years, chairman for many years of Salvation Army (Williamsport Chapter).
MARIE KILEY JOHNSON WILCOX
Marie Kiley Johnson Wilcox, 80, a lifelong resident of Mansfield, died Monday, Dec. 28, at her home. Born May 18, 1907 in Covington, she was the daughter of Samuel H. and Adele Clark Kiley. She was a member of the Canoe Camp Christian Church for over 55 years, served on the State and National Board of the United Christian Missionary Society, and was a member of the Mansfield Garden Club, the Historical Society, and the DAR Colonial Dames. She was also a charter member of the OES. A graduate of the Mansfield High School, she attended the former Mansfield Normal School and served as head resident at Bethany College for three years and at Elmira College for two years. She and her son, Arthur, were partnership owners of the Johnson Truck Lines. Surviving are her sons, Dr. Charles L. Johnson, II, of Kansas City, Mo., Arthur K. Johnson of Mansfield, and Dr. S. Marvin Johnson of Omaha, Neb; 12 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Scureman Funeral Home, Mansfield, Friday, Jan. 1, from 2 to 5 pm. Funeral services will be held at the Canoe Camp Chrisitan Church, Route 15, south of Mansfield, Saturday, Jan. 2, at 1 pm. The Rev. Deborah Casey will officiate. Burial will be made in Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield. The family provided the flowers. Memorial donations may be made in her name to the Canoe Camp Christian Church or the American Cancer Society, 5 East Ave., Wellsboro, 16901.
KNOWLTON, Richard [SRGP 19397] - Richard [Beano] Knowlton, age 70 of Blossburg, died on Saturday, December 10, 1977. He was a member of the Church of Christ Disciples at Canoe Camp. He was owner and operator of Knowlton's Body Shop in Covington. He was born December 18, 1906 in Covington the son of Ross and Bertha Redfield Knowlton. He is survived by his wife, Dorothea Rose Knowlton; three daughters, Mrs. Carl [Patricia] Loud of Campbell, NY, Mrs. Joseph [Margaret] Bogaczyk of Blossburg RD1, Mrs. John [Loris] Deming of Arnot, PA; two sons, Harold and David both of Mansfield; one sister, Mrs. Gunnar [Mary] Rasmussen of Mansfield RD; 20 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; a daughter, Mary Jeanine died in 1945. Funeral services were held on Tuesday at the Kuhl Funeral Home in Mansfield with the Rev. Kermit Clickner officiating. Burial in Prospect Cemetery at Mansfield. - Wellsboro Gazette, December 14, 1977, p.17
MILLER Hazel [SRGP 08533]
Wellsboro Gazette – March 11, 1981
Hazel Watkins, 72, of Palmetto, Fla., formerly of Canoe Camp, died Wednesday, March 4, 1981, in Florida. She was the widow of Dennis Watkins. Born May 26, 1908, at Corning, N.Y., she was a daughter of Ralph and Cecile Chambers Miller. Surviving are a son, Ralph Sr., of Dunnellon, Fla.; a daughter, Mrs. William (Betty) Haggadorn, of Palmetto; three sisters, Miss Edna Miller, of Sarasota, Fla., Mrs. Edward (Wanda) Carberri, of El Calon, Fla., and Mrs. Al (Lillian) Bowser, of Lockport, N, Y., and 13 grandchildren. The funeral was held Sunday at the Kuhl Funeral Home, Mansfield. Burial was in Frost Settlement Cemetery, Covington. The Rev. Deborah Casey, pastor of Canoe Camp Church of Christ, Disciples, officiated. (Note: She was the daughter of Harriet Cecil Blackwell and Ralph Emerson Miller)
REED E. SMITH
Reed E. Smith of 170 W. Plumstead Ave., Lansdowne, died last Thursday May 31, 1973 at Delaware County Memorial Hospital. He was 67. Mr. Smith retired in 1970 from American Telephone and Telegraph (AT&T) in Philadelphia where he had worked for more than 41 years as an electrical engineer. Born in Mansfield, he lived in Lansdowne for 37 years. He was a graduate of Bliss Electrical School in Washington, DC and attended Syracuse University. Mrs. Smith was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Lansdowne and the Liberty Bell Chapter of the Telephone Pioneers of America. He is survived by his wife, Betty Bates Smith. Service was held Saturday at Johnston and Son Funeral Home in Lansdowne with the Rev. Harry E. Capps, of the First Presbyterian Church of Lansdowne, presiding. Interment was at Prospect Cemetery in Mansfield.
WEBSTER - Margaret E. Smith, 82, of Box 4, Meadow Street, Mansfield
died Thursday, August 10, 1989, at the Soldiers & Sailors Memorial
Hospital, Wellsboro. Born August 23, 1906, in Sullivan Township, she was
the daughter of Clinton and Margaret Magee Webster. She was a member of
State Road Baptist Church. Mrs. Smith had been a cook at the Mainesburg
Elementary School until its closing in 1966 and then at the Warren L. Miller
Elementary School in Mansfield until she retired. Preceding her in death
were her husband of 57 years, Aaron R. Smith, October of 1984; three grandchildren
and one great-grandchild. Surviving are seven sons, Ellsworth A., Roger
D., Chester A., all of Mansfield, Wendell E. of Corning, NY, Wilbur C.
of Wellsboro, Kenneth D. of Mainesburg and Theodore A. of St. Leonard,
Maryland; four daughters, Mrs. Margaret (Betty) Rice of Walbasso, Florida,
Geraldine Worden of Vero Beach, Florida, Marion R. Talbot of Sebastian,
Florida and Mrs. Juanita E. Junod of Williamsport; a brothers, Donald Webster
of Mansfield; 28 grandchildren; 36 great-grandchildren. Services were held
Monday, August 14, at Scureman Funeral Home, Mansfield. The Rev. Eugene
A. Charsky officiated. Burial will be in Mainesburg Cemetery, Mainesburg.
Memorial donations may be made in her name to the Annette Smith Memorial
Park, PO Box 84, Mainesburg, PA 16932 - Wellsboro Gazette, 16 August 1989
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