Robinson Funeral Services
Are Largely Attended
New Lisbon Woman, Active in Community Affairs
Victim of Short Illness of Pneumonia
New Lisbon, Dec. 27---Largely attended funeral services for Mrs. Leland G. Robinson were held Thursday. A brief prayer service was held from the family home at 1 o'clock, conducted by Dr. C. E. Vermilya, pastor of the Methodist church, followed by services at 2 o'clock in the Episcopal church at Morris, which were conducted by Rev. L. Curtis Denny, rector of the church. The order of the Eastern Star of which she was a member, attended in a body.
There was a profusion of flowers, including pieces from the order of the Eastern Star, Methodist Episcopal church, Home Betterment club, employes of the Hamilton Dairy farm at Oneonota, Garrattsville school and former pupils of Mrs. Robinson, and co-workers with Mr. Robinson at Clinton, Norwich, Cortland and Newark Valley.
The bearers were Howard Lull, Carleton Peet, Andy Hall, Ernst Thurston, Earl Gage, Hobart Benjamin.
Relatives and friends from away in attendance were: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Robinson of Schenectady, Miss Gertrude Robinson of Guilderland, Henry Hubbard of Schenevus, and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Naylor of Unadilla.
Hazel Davis Hubbard, wife of Leland G. Robinson, died suddenly at 12:30 Sunday night at her home in Garrattsville. She was ill but five days with pneumonia and was thought to be holding her own until a short time before she expired.
To them were born two children, a son, Howard, who is employed at the Hamilton Dairy farms in Oneonta, and a daughter, Hilda, five.
Although born at Garrattsville January 18, 1893, the family always resided on the Hubbard homestead near Naylor's Corners, where her early life was spent. She was the oldest daughter of Henry and Abbie (Hoag) Hubbard.. February 15, 1913, she married Mr. Robinson of Garrattsville, where the greater part of their married life was passed.
Mrs. Robinson was educated in the Morris High school training class and the Oneonta Normal. She taught in various district schools for several years. Possessed with a keen mind and memory, she allied herself with the best forces in the community life. No social event was ever complete without her assistance in some way. She was a devoted member to Zion Episcopal church, the order of the Eastern Star of Morris, and was secretary of the Home Betterment club of Garrattsville.
She leaves her husband, the son and daughter previously mentioned; one sister, Mrs. Lucy Payne of Schenectady; her father, Henry Hubbard of Schenevus; three nephews and several cousins.