Dot was a farm wife extraordinaire! When Dorothy Alice Good married Clarence Smith, son of Russell and Beatrice Graver Smith on the first day of February in 1948, she knew from that day on she would work along side Clarence to make their dairy farm on Gravelhill Road in Lower Mount Bethel, Pennsylvania prosper. Dot could be found in the barn at milking time, or in the old summer kitchen when it was time to butcher the pigs they raised. And before her children, Ronald and Melody were born and her time was needed in the house, it was not uncommon to see her driving the tractor at hay making time.
|The farmhouse on Gravelhill Road.|
She accepted her role as big sister throughout her life, often hostessing family get togethers. Dorothy was a faithful member of the Trinity UCC Church. She belonged to the Adult Sunday School Class and the Women's Guild. She could always be counted on to lend a helping hand at church suppers. She is remembered for her caring concern for others. It was her habit to send cards to the sick and to visit those who were home bound.
She was a good wife, mother, sister and auntie. Isn’t this the sweetest picture of Dot and Clarence? There was always laughter in their home!
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