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Unknown Newspaper (prob Cape Vincent) 1931 by: Ron Hanley
[Her brother died in 1962 (prob same Cape Vincent newspaper) ]
Mrs. Donnelly was born in Chapin, a daughter of Patrick and Mary Quirk Morris. She came from Canandaigua 15 years ago to make her home here with her daughter.
William J. Hanley, 35, died yesterday at his home in Greig Terrace, after a lingering illness.
MORAN - Harry A. Moran, 68, native of Canandaigua, died yesterday at his home in Indianapolis after a long illness.
He leaves a sister, Mrs. Henry Kennedy, of this city, who has made her home with him since the death of his wife three years ago, also a brother residing in Chicago. The funeral and interment will take place Monday in Indianapolis.
HANLEY - Among those from out of town here yesterday to attend the funeral of William J. Hanley, of Greig Terrace, were Mr. and Mrs.
Democrat & Chronicle, Rochester, NY Monday Jan 25, 1932 by: GSubyak@aol.com
BATES - Frederick J.
of 138 Fort Hill Avenue, Canandaigua, N. Y., entered into rest, at the
Thompson Memorial Hospital, January 23. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs.
Alice TILTON of Bristol; his father, Joseph A. of
Canandaigua; four brothers and two sisters, Eugene of
Drayton Plains, Mich., Harrison of Victor, Harry
of Hawaii and Clesson of Elmira, Mrs.
Grace LEE of Canandaigua and Mrs. Rudolph E.
DECKER of Elmira, N. Y.
Services from the home Tuesday at 2 p.m., Rev. H. L. GAYLORD officiating. Burial in East Bloomfield Cemetery. Arrangements by Emery & Malone.
Ontario Co. Times Journal, Canandaigua, NY Wednesday April 13, 1932 by: Dianne Thomas
MORROW - NORTON - The marriage of Miss Mary NORTON, daughter of Mrs. Anna WILSON of the Geneva turnpike, to Julian R. MORROW, son of William J. MORROW of Holcomb, took place at the home of the groom's sister, Mrs. Stanley J. BEEMAN, Gibson street, Saturday evening. The ceremony was performed by Rev. S. S. PRATT. The bride who was attended by Mrs. BEEMAN, wore blue figured chiffon with matching accessories, and carried an arm bouquet of pink roses and gypsophilla. Her maid of honor wore pink crepe and also carried an arm bouquet of roses. Mr. BEEMAN was best man. Following the ceremony dinner was served to 22. Ten were seated at the bride's table, which was centered with the bridal bouquet. The guests were served by Miss Patricia MORROW, sister of the bridegroom, Miss Winifred JENKINSON, Frank COPEY and Harold LANE. Guests were present from East Bloomfield, Manchester, Holcomb, Geneva and Rochester.
HENNESSY - (first part is cut off) ... held from St. Mary's church, Saturday morning. Interment was made in Calvary cemetery. Mr. HENNESSY was born in this state, March 15, 1852, and was the last of the children of John and Ellen Fleming HENNESSY of County Tiipperary, Ireland, who were married February 13, 1844, and migrated to America in 1849, arriving in Rochester on September 2 of that year. They lived in Canandaigua for many years. Mr. HENNESSY leaves only cousins, among whom are Sister Amelia of St. Joseph's convent; Mrs. Mary L. KARNES and Misses Katherine and Anna A. FEENEY of Rochester and William F. FEENEY of East Orange, NJ.
PERRY - The death of Dr. Leal PERRY, aged 36, took place at Bainbridge, Chenango county, Monday, following an illness with scarlet fever. Dr. PERRY was a native of Rushville and a former resident of this city. He as graduated from Canandaigua Academy, class of 1915, and later completed a medical course at Union college, Schenectady. He served with a medical unit in the World War. Besides his wife, he leaves a sister and two brothers, Mrs. William KUEHNE of Rushville; Raymond PERRY of Port Jervis and Herbert PERRY of Honolulu.
DENSMORE - James DENSMORE, 58, died Tuesday at his home in Potter. He is survived by his widow, Gertrude DENSMORE; one son, Leon J. of Potter; one daughter, Florence Lucille, at home; two grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Carl S (cut off)
Forty five Ontario county young men who have qualified for this summer's Citizens' Military Training Camps, were named in an announcement today by Lt. Col. D. A. EISLINE of Shortsville, chairman of the local committee in charge of camp enrollment. They are:
Canandaigua - Stuart M. MEECH, Almon B. SHEPARD, Eugene M. CALLAHAN Jr., Carl F. MASON, Orson W. BENNETT, Thomas H. WELCH, William G. EGAN, Charles K. FRANCIS, William M. CASBY, James M. HOOVER, Charles F. OLSEN, James F. RIGNEY, Allen E. LOWE, Richard M. GAGE, William E. BOYLE, Vincent A. MARTINO, Charles T. CUPPINS, Frederick A. FAZAR.
Geneva - Robert E. DOBBIN, Samuel L. TARANTEILLI, Eugene B. HEFFERON, John J. HART, Charles A. TOOMBS, Edward P. MC CARTHY, Patrick H. LYONS, John T. KENNEDY and Thomas R. DEVANEY.
Manchester - Robert E. ANDERSON, Jacob HESSNEY, Charles MESSERSMITH and Lemuel B. MYERS.
Shortsville - John L. BARROWS, Oran E. KISSINGER, Russell W. FARRELL, James E. SWEENEY, George M. WHEELER.
Phelps - Wells J. BLIVEN, Gordon R. BROWN, Merton W. ADAMS, Robert J. FACER.
East Bloomfield - Kenneth B. MASON, Robert J. MASON.
Naples - Carl F. HOAG
Stanley - Stuart B. PATTERSON
Victor - Truman S. TOURJE .
"This is splendid showing", Lt. Col. EISLINE declared. "Parents especially are displaying increased interest this year in opportunities presented to young men by these Government operated Summer encampments. For the 12th successive year, Uncle Sam will accept young men between 17 and 24 years for enrollment in the C. M. T. Camps. During the 30 days of camp, those who attend will receive wholesome food, uniforms, athletic equipment, laundry service, railroad fare to camp and return, and other necessary expenses."
Ontario Co. Times Journal, Canandaigua, NY Wednesday April 13, 1932 by: Dianne Thomas
SIMMONS - Funeral services for Mrs. Otisca L. SIMMONS, who died Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William B. BRIDGMAN, South Main street, were held from the Kennedy mortuary rooms in Bristol street, this afternoon. Rev. S. G. HOUGHTON, pastor of the Methodist church, will officiated and interment will be made in Evergreen Cemetery, Bristol.
CASE - Funeral services for Mrs. Sarah E. CASE, who died at her home in Howell street, Thursday night, were held from the home, Saturday afternoon. Rev. Hardy LUMB, pastor of the Presbyterian church, officiated and interment was made in Woodlawn cemetery. Mrs. CASE was born in Ontario county, September 23, 1842, the daughter of Harris and Mary Jane Lamport ANDREWS. She was the widow of David Franklin CASE. For many years she was treasurer of the Ontario Children's Home board of managers and was a member of the Presbyterian church and its auxiliaries. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. James M. MC CABE of this city, and a nephew, Harry E. ANDREWS of Rochester.
SMITH - Funeral services for Mrs. Catherine SMITH, who died Saturday, were held from the home in Clifton Springs, Tuesday. Mrs. SMITH was 64 years of age. She was the widow of Edmond SMITH, former Ontario county supervisor. Mrs. SMITH leaves two daughters and two sons, Mrs. Howard POTTER and Mrs. Lyle GRIMSLEY and Lawrence and Ernest SMITH, all of Clifton Springs; two brothers, Stephen and Charles ABENSHENE of Clifton Springs, and two sisters, Miss Cora ABENSHENE of Clifton Springs and Mrs. Newell ROBINSON of Newark.
SUTTON - Charles SUTTON, aged 75 years, a lifelong resident of Canandaigua and vicinity, died at Memorial hospital, Friday morning, after a brief illness. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Ella Knapp SUTTON; one brother, John SUTTON of Waterloo and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held from the home in Chapel street, Monday afternoon. Rev. L. L. SWARTOUT, pastor of the Manchester Baptist church officiated (cut off)
NEW YORK FARMER SPENT ONE DOLLAR IN EIGHT MONTHS
But This Was 100 Year Ago - Traded Farm Products for Home Necessities in Groceries, Dry Goods and Chewing Tobacco
An old account book has just come to light giving all the transactions a farmer had at the little country store where he did his trading. Samuel STODDARD was farming near Pinckney Corners, exactly 100 years ago. Pinckney Corners was near the present village of Copenhagen, Lewis County, New York.
In eight months covered by this record, from January to August 1831, STODDARD used exactly one dollar in cash. His store bill for himself and his family ran up to $33.78. Farmers then were literally jacks of all trades. So here is the way STODDARD paid his store bill; that is, these were the commodities STODDARD disposed of to the storekeeper, and the prices he received for them: Forty nine pounds of butter, at 14 cents, $6.86; three thousand shingles, at $1.50, $4.50; two skins, $1.25; two cords of wood, $1.225 and one dollar in cash.
Shingles were cheap in those days. So was wood. STODDARD grew most of his own food. In fact, his food bill for eight months was only $2.83. It was made up of these items: Tea, 2 3/4 pounds, $1.10; sugar, one pound, $.14; molasses, 1/2 gallon, $.25; butter, 1 1/2 pounds, $.19; fish, 10 1/2 pounds of codfish, $.63; 11 1/2 pounds of haddock, $.52.
STODDARD sold butter in June for 14cents. He bought a little in February at 12 cents. So we judge he bought poor butter. He was strong for fish. He was fond of chewing tobacco, using 3 pounds and 11 ounces which cost him $1.29
The main expense was cloth, $15.00. Only one cake of soap was bought, "millinery soap", 10 cents. The only outlay for the kitchen was 50 cents for 6 tumblers. For wearing apparel we find a few outlays such as these: One bonnet, $1.63; 1 pair shoes, $1.25; 1 pair shoes, $1.00; 1 pair baby shoes, $.25. Then there is this item, 5 1/2 yards of ribbon, 56 cents. Calico, gingham and sheeting were the principal cloths bought. One luxury was of a 3/4 yard of lace for 3 cents. During these 8 months no farmers sold any eggs at this store.
So Samuel STODDARD lived, carried on, reared his family and found life satisfying. There are many old account books and old letters which tell the story of old York State pioneers, and tell us about the prices then prevailing. Professor James E. BOYLE, of the department of agricultural economics and farm management at Cornell University, Ithaca, is anxious to get in touch with these old records. Owners of (cut off)
Ontario Co. Times Journal, Canandaigua, NY Wednesday April 27, 1932 by: Dianne Thomas
R. Bennett BROWN, Shortsville attorney and former chairman of the Board of Supervisors, is administrator of the estate of his father, the late William H. BROWN, according to the transfer tax appraisal filed in Surrogate's court. Mr. BROWN, who died April 18, 1830, left a gross estate of $5,688.04, from which was deducted $584.12 in debts, expenses and commissions. The sum of $1,701.30 each is left to B. Bennett BROWN, Parker L. BROWN, also of Shortsville and Edwina Brown HARKNESS of Nyack, sons and daughter.
Burton I. BLAKENEY, former Canandaigua meat market proprietor, who died January 14, 1932, left an estate of $1,729.86. His widow, Matie E. BLAKENEY, and daughter, E. Grace BLAKENEY, are heirs.
Lucinda GARVIN of Geneva, who died July 11, 1930, left a net estate of $1`,809.07, divided equally among five sisters, Agnes Garvin CARLON, Waterloo; Charlotte Garvin GORGMAN, Geneva; Elizabeth Garvin BRADLEY, Geneva; Jane Garvin MC MAHON, Geneva and Mary Garvin MARION, Waterloo.
Personal and real property valued at $600 is left to his widow, Anna, in the will of John P. GERSBACH, Shortsville, who died April 5. The decedent left six children, Catherine, Paul, Gerald, James, Robert and John, all of Shortsville.
Geneva Daily Times Tuesday December 22, 1931 by: Dianne Thomas
OBJECTIONS TO BORDEN WILL, ARE DISMISSED - Will Disposing of Estate of $100,000 Probated - Allegations of New Yorkers Over-Ruled by Surrogate Dunton
Canandaigua - Dec. 22 - Objections to probate of the will of Ida L. Borden, wealthy Victor woman who died recently in Rochester, have been dismissed by Judge Harry I. Dunton in Surrogate Court here. The will was admitted to probate yesterday, Leslie O. Loomis, Jr., and Harry Loomis of Victor, qualifying as executors. The estate is estimated at upwards of $100,000.
Objections to probate of Miss Borden's will were filed several weeks-ago to behalf of Emma L. Conklin of New York City and Erastus H. Short, of Truxton, N.Y., cousins of testator. Mrs. Conklin receives $1 under terms of the will and Mr. Short is not mentioned. They made the usual allegations of unsound mind and undue influence.
Under terms of the will bequests of $20,000 each are made to Josephine and Carrie Cooper, cousins, of Utica. Five thousand dollars each goes to Leslie G. Loomis, Jr., Rella H. Loomis and Harry Loomis of Victor and Dorothy Loomis Coye, of San Pedro, Calif. Bequests of $1,000 each are made to Bertha M. and Eleanor C. Geller of Isle of Pines and Florence P. Keller of New York City, cousins, Charles F. Borden of Washington, and Verna Berry of Oakland, Calif., formerly of Victor. Star S. Keller, cousin, of Isle of Pines, is bequeathed $500, and shares equally with Bertha and Eleanor Keller in a $4,000 bequest originally made to Alice M. Keller, now deceased, and revoked under terms of a codicil.
Clara F. Barrows of Leroy receives $1500, and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Willard of 112 Meigs street, Rochester, are bequeathed $200. The Berry School at Mt. Berry, GA., is given $5,000, the Caledonia Library Association $1,000 and the Boughton Hill Cemetery Association of Victor $200. The residue goes to Josephine and Carrie Cooper of Utica to equal shares.
Constance Scott of this city is executor of the will of her husband, William Godfrey Scott, well known Canandaiguan who died at Amesbury. Mass., on November 30. She receives all property.
Elizabeth A. Miller into a residence at Phelps, left a will in which she names a daughter, Ruth Elizabeth Miller of Phelps as executor of her $10,000 estate. A bequest of $250 is made to the Methodist church of Phelps. Except for jewelry and personal effects bequeathed to the daughter, all property goes in equal shares to a son and daughter, Albert Daniel and Ruth Elizabeth Miller, both of Phelps.
Frances M. McLeod who died in Phelps December 15, bequeaths all property to a grandson, Sayre McLeod of the Princeton Club, New York City. He is also named as executor.
Letters of administration were issued to Edward S. McCarthy, on the $3,800 estate of his father, Sylvester McCarthy who died in Victor Dec. 11. The son is the only heir.
Ontario Co. Times Journal, Canandaigua, NY Wednesday May 11, 1932 by: Dianne Thomas
Two Are Injured In Auto Crash at Flint, Sunday - Two young men, William R. MC CLELLAN of Geneva town and Russell FREEMAN of Stanley, were seriously injured when the car driven by MC CLELLAN, crashed into a truck on the turnpike at Flint, Sunday night. MC CLELLAN is in Memorial hospital with a fractured skull and FREEMAN, who was taken to Geneva City Hospital, sustained serious head injuries. Under-sheriff Ernest W. KERSKIE, who investigated with Deputy Walter ELLING and William THOMPSON of Geneva, said young MC CLELLAN, who was going west under the overhead bridge at Flint, apparently skidded in an attempt to keep from running into a van full of horses. It had run out of gas about 100 feet west of the bridge. The van was en rout to the Michigan State Fair with a dozen broncos and trick horses, and was operated by Arlos SILVERIA, of Benecia, Calif. Albert DAVENPORT, a full blooded Indian from Iowa, was an occupant. The MC CLELLAN car, KERSKIE said, skidded into the path of a truck operated by S. K, MC INTOSH, of 908 1-2 West Delaware Avenue, Toledo, Oh., The rear of the car, which came into contact with the truck, was demolished. MC CLELLAN and FREEMAN were thrown through the windshield.
HOLCOMB - DANIELS - The marriage of Miss Mary E. DANIELS of Rochester to Gordon L. HOLCOMB of this city, took place at the home of Mr. HOLCOMB's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L. HOLCOMB, Chapin street, Saturday evening. The Rev. Kenneth L. COBER, pastor of the Baptist church performed the ceremony in the presence of the immediate families. There were no attendants. Mr. HOLCOMB studied in Canandaigua Academy and was graduated in 1930 from St. Petersburgh High school in Florida. He is taking a co-operative mechanical engineering course in Mechanics Institute, Rochester. His bride (cut off)
MC CAULEY - Mrs. Catherine A. MC CAULEY, aged 80 years, widow of Rice MC CAULEY, died Monday afternoon at her home on Scotland road, after a long illness. She moved to Canandaigua from Stanley, soon after the death of Mr. MC CAULEY. in 1917. A daughter, Miss Emma MC CAULEY of the Academy faculty, died five years ago. She leaves only four cousins, Mrs. William MILLER of Geneva, Mrs. Sylvester CAIN and Miss Anna VOSBURGH of Clyde and Lee VOSBURGH of Atlanta. The funeral will take place, Thursday, at 2 o'clock from the home. Interment will be made in No. Nine cemetery, Seneca.
GLASS - Funeral services for Mrs. Catherine GLASS, aged 55 years, who died at Oak Mount Sanitarium, Monday morning, following a long illness, will be held from the home in Davidson avenue, Thursday morning at 8:30 and from St. Mary's church at 9 o'clock. Interment will be made in Calvary Cemetery. Mrs. GLASS is survived by her husband, Charles GLASS; two daughters and two sons, Mrs. Anthony ROSS, Miss Martha GLASS and Emmett GLASS of Canandaigua, and Royce GLASS of Williamson; two sisters, Mrs. Frank OWENS of Rochester and Mrs. John O'CONNELL of New York; also 2 grandchildren.
BRAND - Mrs. Helen Edith BRAND died Saturday at her home in Coy street. She is survived by her husband; three daughters, Mrs. Joseph FLEET, of Alpine, Mich., Mrs. Lewis MARSH of Canandaigua, and Mrs. Stewart FURNUM of Bristol Springs; four sons, Arthur of Naples, Frank of West Bloomfield, Roy of Canandaigua and Edward LYONS of Academy. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday afternoon from the Kennedy mortuary rooms, Rev. S. G. HOUGHTON officiating. Interment was made in Academy cemetery.
WARREN - Mrs. Esther Judson WARREN, wife of Frank H. WARREN of Rochester, died at her home on Berkeley street in that city , Sunday, following a long illness. She had been a summer resident of Seneca Point for several years. Besides her husband, she leaves a daughter and son, Miss Lynette MORGAN and Judson MORGAN of Rochester. Funeral services were held from the home, Tuesday morning and burial was made in Oakwood cemetery, Syracuse.
DORAN - Funeral services for Patrick DORAN, infant son of Mr. and Mrs.. Patrick DORAN, Sly street, who died Tuesday night, May 3, were held from the Ahrens & Breen undertaking rooms in North Main street, Wednesday afternoon. Rev. Michael C. WALL, rector of St. Mary's church, officiated and burial was made in Calvary cemetery. The child leaves besides his parents, two brothers, George and John DORAN.
O'NEIL - (entire article is cut off)
Ontario Co. Times Journal, Canandaigua, NY Wednesday May 25, 1932 by: Dianne Thomas
MILES - LAFLER - At the home of the Rev. W. E. SEARLES, North Main street, Sunday evening, took place the marriage of Miss Ruth Grace LAFLER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Byron LAFLER of South Bristol to Gordon Milford MILES of Cheshire. Attendants were a brother and sister in law of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. MILES of Cheshire.
Ontario Co. Times Journal, Canandaigua, NY Friday June 3, 1932 by: Dianne Thomas
MC GREGOR - Funeral services for Miss Mary Jane MC GREGOR, aged 79 years, who died at Memorial hospital, Tuesday morning, were held from her home in Scotland road, Thursday afternoon, Rev. Charles N. ST. JOHN, pastor of the Congregational church, officiated. Interment was made in Woodlawn cemetery. Miss MC GREGOR is survived by four brothers and two sisters, Guy, Thomas and Weldon MC GREGOR of Canandaigua; Andrew MC GREGOR of East Syracuse; Mrs. Fannie ORR of Buffalo and Mrs. Ester PIPER of Kansas City, Mo.
DILLENBECK - Mrs. Clairnida W. DILLENBECK, aged 89 years, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Eugene MONAGLE in Sodus, Sunday. Mrs. DILLENBECK was a former resident of this city. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. MONAGLE; a son, Dr. Charles C. DILLENBECK of Strattonville, Pa., two grandchildren, Mrs. Fred J. TATE of Canandaigua and Ward MONAGLE of Medina; also two great grandchildren and a great great grandson. Funeral services were held in Sodus, Thursday afternoon and interment was made in Avoca.
Ontario Co. Times Journal, Canandaigua, NY Friday June 10, 1932 by: Dianne Thomas
Canandaigua Boy Weds Pennsylvania Girl
A. Burnell SIMMONS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. SIMMONS of this city, and Miss Grace M. EVANS, daughter of B. F. EVANS of Scranton, Pa., were married at the Westminster Presbyterian church in Scranton, Wednesday, noon. The Rev. Peter K. EMMONS performed the ceremony. The bride wore an ensemble of gray trimmed with fox fur, with matching accessories and a shoulder corsage of pink roses and orchids. Her bridesmaid, Miss Reba BRIDGEMAN, was in an ensemble of tan with mink fur trimmings. Her flowers were yellow roses. Ben F. EVANS., Jr. of New York, brother of the bride, was best man. Following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. SIMMONS left for a motor trip to Montreal and Quebec. They will spend the summer in Canandaigua and he will enter Rochester University to study for a doctor's degree, this fall. Mr. SIMMONS received his master's degree from Syracuse University, Monday, having graduated in 1931, and his bride was graduated from there this week.
Democrat & Chronicle, Rochester, NY Fri July 15, 1932 by: GSubyak@aol.com
GIBSON - Louis R. GIBSON
died Wednesday morning at the Park Ave. Hospital, aged 48 years. He is
survived by his wife, Mrs. Clara Kane GIBSON; two
sons, Henry B. GIBSON and Sherman E. GIBSON,
and one sister, Mrs. Gene WOOD of Canandaigua.
The funeral will be held from his home, 302 Sylvan Rd., Brighton on Friday at 1:30 p.m. Interment at Canandaigua.
Mrs. Mary A. Sleght of Rochester entertained a group of former schoolmates and friends at the Briger cottage, west lake shore, Tuesday afternoon, for her guest, Miss Ora VanDenbergh of Detroit.
Ontario Co. Times Journal, Canandaigua, NY Friday July 15, 1932 by: Dianne Thomas
+ Mrs. Arthur S. HARRIS of Baltimore is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. FISH, Gorham street.
+ Miss Bertha CARTER and George BAILEY, East street, left Monday, for a weeks stay at Providence, R.I.
+ Mr. and Mrs. William MONROE of Groton were guests, Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs.. E. C. FULLER, East street.
+ J. Edward DAYTON of Camden, N.J., formerly of this city, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. MC KECHNIE, North Main st.
+ Mrs. O. B. HINCKLEY and daughter, Geraldine, Bristol street, are spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn COOK in Watertown.
+ William S. THOMPSON of Pittsburgh is spending a two weeks vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. THOMPSON, Perry Place.
+ Mr. & Mrs. John MEADOR of Pittsfield, Mass., were guests over the weekend of their cousins, Mr. & Mrs. Frank BATES, Park street.
+ Mr. and Mrs. Seymour E. DURAND, Gibson street, are visiting his cousins, Superintendent of Schools and Mrs. W. Merton PIERCE at Ridgeway, Pa.
+ Mrs. Homer CHASE of Wallingford, Conn., is the guest of Mrs. Frank KENT, West avenue. Mrs. CHASE will also visit Mrs. C. A. DORRANCE, Chapin street, before returning to her home.
+ Judson MORGAN of Seneca Point and a classmate, Nathan DAVIS from Middlesex school at Concord, Mass, are on a month's motor trip to Alexandria Bay, the Thousand Islands and Canada.
+ Mrs. Harry C. BUELL, North Main street, is spending the week with Mrs. John P. FABER in Rochester. Mrs. BUELL is guest of honor, today, at a luncheon given by Mrs. FABER at the Century Club.
+ Mrs. William O. SCOTT and children, Dorothy Anne and Billy, North Main street, left Wednesday, for a months stay with Mr. and Mrs. John G. SCOTT in Amesbury, Mass, and with Mrs. SCOTT'S parents, Rev. and Mrs. Charles X. HUTCHINSON at Frenchtown, Pa.
+ Mr. and Mrs. R. J. CUDDEBACK, Howell street, are on a two weeks motor trip to Montreal, Quebec, Boston and New York. Their sons, Howard and John are visiting their grandparents at Fulton and their daughter, Alice is visiting her aunt in Potsdam.
+ Mrs. John C. BEECHER and Miss Elizabeth FARRELL entertained last evening, at the home of Mrs. BEECHER in Gibson street, for Miss Jane O'REILLY, whose marriage to Kenneth SPRANKLE of Washington, will take place, July 27th. Miss O'REILLY was guest of honor at a shower given by Miss Bernadine FARRELL at her home in West Gibson street, Saturday afternoon.
+ Mrs. Minnie R. OGDEN of Allen's Hill announces the engagement of her daughter, Mrs. Jessie Ogden DUFFY to James MILTON Sr., of West avenue, this city. The wedding will take place at the home of the bride's mother, Saturday, July 30th, at 4 o'clock. Mrs. DUFFY has been employed at Memorial hospital for the past four years. Mr. MILTON has been chief engineer at the hospital for ten years.
+ Mrs. Edward L. KAUFMAN and Miss Anna M. HUDSON, Clark street, are on a three weeks motor trip to Toronto, Detroit and Cleveland.
+ Miss Marjory A. MARTIN, East lakeshore and her guest, Miss Ethel HENDRICKSON of East Orange, NJ, are on a motor trip to Toronto.
+ Mrs. Gordon L. HOLCOMB and daughter, Miss Carmelita HOLCOMB, Chapin street, are visiting relatives in Mansfield, Canton and LeRoy, Pa.
+ Mr. and Mrs.. George McG. HAYES and children, Hubbell street, will take possession, today, of the DAVIDSON cottage, west lake shore, for a month.
+ Rev. Charles N. ST. JOHN and son, Chandler, are spending the month with Mr. ST. JOHN'S parents, Mr. and Mrs. Newell ST. JOHN, in Simsbury, Conn.
+ Mr. and Mrs. Elton H. CLOSS and sons, Elton, Jr. and Frederick, of Maplewood, NJ, are guests of Mr. CLOSS's father, Frank H. CLOSS, North Pearl street.
+ Mr. and Mrs. G. Francis GREEN and three children, of Westfield, have been spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank DUNCAN, South Pearl street.
+ Superintendent of Schools, Frank E. FIST, Mrs. FIST and their daughter and son, Miss Fynette and Edgar FISK, leave today for a weeks stay at Fourth Lake in the Adirondacks.
+ Miss Florence STEWART of this city is attending summer school at Harvard, Cambridge, Mass., and expect to continue her studies for the degree of philosophy of education there in the Fall.
+ Mr. C. J. HALLIWELL and Mrs. Thomas EMERICK, North Main street, will return tonight from a few days visit with Mrs. HALLIWELL's daughter, Mrs. Milo CRISMAN and Mr. CHRISMAN in Washington, D.C.
+ Mr. and Mrs. Edwin GILEWE and two children of Rochester, Mr. and Mrs.. Clyde VAN WIE and son Junior, of Geneva, and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn COOK of Watertown were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar B. HINCKLEY, Bristol street.
Ontario Co. Times Journal, Canandaigua, NY Friday July 29, 1932 by: Dianne Thomas
HAWLEY - ST. ANGELO - The marriage of Miss Josephine St. ANGELO of Bristol street and William H. HAWLEY of Bath, son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. HAWLEY of this city, took place at St. Mary's rectory, Saturday morning, Rev. Michael C. WALL, rector of the church, performing the ceremony. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. George ST. ANGELO of this city, brother and sister in law of the bride. The bride was attired in a powder blue cape dress with hat of corresponding shade and beige accessories. She wore a corsage bouquet of pink roses, blue larkspur and gypsophila. Her matron of honor was in pink crepe with matching hat and white accessories. Her bouquet was of pink and white sweet peas and blue larkspur. After a short eastern trip, Mr. and Mrs. HAWLEY will live in Bath, where he is connected with a newspaper.
LEAD - PESTLE - The marriage of Miss Harriet PESTLE, eldest daughter of Mrs. Marion PESTLE (cut off)
STRINGHAM - The death of Hazel Mildred STRINGHAM, 11 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William STRINGHAM, of Canandaigua town, took place in Geneva General hospital, Saturday night. Besides her parents, she leaves a sister and brother, Ida and William STRINGHAM. Funeral services were held from the Ahrens & Breen mortuary home in North Main street, Tuesday afternoon, the Rev. S. G. HOUGTON, pastor of the Methodist church, officiating. Interment was made at Woodlawn cemetery.
+ (first part is cut off) .. Gertrude MORAN, a piano and all household effects, not specifically mentioned in the will; sister in law, Ellen MORAN, fur mink set; John F. MORAN, $2,000 to be kept in trust for decedent's nephew, James MORAN, for life. Property at 35-38 Garden street was left to John F. MORAN of Rochester, for life, after which it will go equally to nieces and nephews, Frank, James, Gertrude and Dorothy MORAN.
+ Grant M. KENNEDY of this city qualified as executor of the will of Ethel L. VAN AKEN, probated before Surrogate, Harry I. DIMTON. The amount of the estate of the testator, who died April 7, in the town of East Bloomfield, was not listed. Bequests were: Emma FOGELMAN, Walshville, Ill., half sister, $100; Ethel Fogelman FINLEY, daughter of Mrs. FOGELMAN, of West Frankfort, Ill., $100; East Bloomfield Cemetery association, $100 for the care of the Augustus VAN AKEN burial lot; remainder of the estate to a half sister, Lizzy FOLLIS. Other survivors were two half sisters, Emily K. SIMPSON of Litchfield, Ill. and Margaret J. MORELAND, Seattle, Wash.
+ Richard S. WHEATLEY, who died May 25 in Hopewell, left personal property valued at $1,500, and realty at $1,500. He directed that his estate be divided equally among six nieces and nephews. Jay VAN GELDER, executor, Canandaigua; Louis A. VAN GELDER, Canandaigua; Charles E. VAN GELDER, Hopewell; Mary E. COLE, Hopewell, Helen V. ANDREWS, (cut off)
+ Miss Harriet ALLEN of this city is spending 2 weeks with friends in Clifton Springs.
+ Mrs. Jean L. BURNETT, Howell street, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Richard A. DE WITT in Long Branch, NJ.
+ Mr. and Mrs. Frank LE BOUTILLIER, Howell street, are entertaining her aunt, Mrs. Richard WATT and Mr. WATT of Springfield, NJ.
+ Mr. and Mrs. Robert LORD of St. Petersburg, Fla. are spending some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. GROW, Bristol street.
+ Mrs. Richard P. KELLY of Santa Fe, NM, has arrived to spend the remainder of the Summer with her niece, Miss Gertrude MORAN, Chapin street.
+ Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. BOOTH of Plainfield, NJ are guests of her parents, (cut off)
+ Mrs. Herbert L. GAYLORD is spending a month with Mrs. Harold SMITH in Garden City, L.I.
+ Miss Elsie KINDE returns today, to her home in White street, after spending a week with her aunt, Mrs. Harold BRANDOW, in Geneva.
+ Mrs. M. HOLDEN of Barre, Vt. and daughter, Miss Bertha HOLDEN, R.N. of Buffalo, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. George WALKER, Howell street.
+ Mr. and Mrs. George H. STEMPLE will leave Monday, to spend two weeks with Mr. STEMPLE'S parents, Mr. and Mrs. George STEMPLE, Sr., on the lake shore.
+ Mrs. G. C. FRANCISCUS of New York City, spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother, Mrs. H. C. TOWNLEY, and sister, Mrs. C. F. MILLIKEN, Gibson street.
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES JOURNAL Friday,
July 29, 1932
by: Ron Hanley
SPRANKLE - O'REILLY
Miss Jane Elizabeth O'Reilly, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Austin H. O'Reilly of Canandaigua, and Cloid Kenneth Sprankle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cloid A. Sprankle, also of this city, were married at St. Mary's Church Wednesday morning, Rev. Michael C. Wall, Rector of the church, performing the ceremony in the presence of the immediate families.
The bride who was attended by Miss Mildred J. Standish of this city, wore a gown of rose beige lace with hat of pink horsehair braid and sandals to correspond. She carried an arm bouquet of gardenias and lilies of the valley. Her bridesmaid was in blue lace with hat of pink horsehair braid trimmed with blue and slippers to correspond. Her arm bouquet was of pink roses. James Cross of Canandaigua was best man.
Following the wedding ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at Wenna Kenna tea room, east lake shore, to 18 guests, including Congressman and Mrs. John Taber of Auburn. Besides the bridal party, other guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Sprankle, Miss Katherine Sprankle, Charles O'Reilly, Father Wall, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Beecher, Misses Phyllis Hurlbutt and Helen W. Green, Fred E. Reed, Francis A. Brady, and George W. Park, all of Canandaigua. The table was centered with the bridal bouquets and lighted with pink tapers in silver candlesticks.
After a motor trip to Canada and a cruise up the Saguenay river Mr. and Mrs. Sprankle will live at 65 South Street, Auburn. Mr. Sprankle is secretary to Congressman Taber. Both he and his bride are graduates of Canandaigua Academy. She has been a member of the Canandaigua National Bank Trust Company force for three years.
Ontario County Times Journal, Canandaigua, NY Friday November 18, 1932 by: Dianne Thomas
+ BANDANZA - OUCHARDO - Miss Josephine OUCHARDO, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul OUCHARDO of Beals street and Vito BANDANZA of Batavia, were married in St. Mary's church, Tuesday morning. The Rev. Michael C. WALL, rector of the church, performed the ceremony and celebrated nuptial mass. W. E. ABRAHAM was at the organ. The bride, who was attended by her cousin, Miss Mary PAGANO of Rochester, wore a gown of beet-root chiffon, with velvet hat and shoes to correspond. She carried a shower bouquet of bride roses and lilies of the valley. Her bridesmaid was in green soft crepe with brown hat and accessories and carried a shower bouquet of yellow tea roses and lilies of the valley. Leonard MARTINO of this city, was best man. After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served to 40relatives and friends in the home of the bride's parents. Following an eastern trip, Mr. and Mrs. BANDANZA will live at 14 Ganson avenue, Batavia. The bride's traveling costume was an ensemble of black and white.
+ FREY - MC FALL - The marriage of Miss Martha MC FALL, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John B. MC FALL of Saltonstall street, to George E. FREY of Macedon, took place at the Wesleyan Methodist church in this city, Saturday afternoon. The Rev. Cecil HUNTSMAN, pastor of the church, performed the ceremony. Attendants were Mrs. George FORD, of this city, sister of the bride, and Lewis William FREY, of Macedon, brother of the groom. The bride wore a gown of white satin whit a wreath of orange blossoms on her head, and carried white chrysanthemums. Her matron of honor was in figured blue crepe and carried chrysanthemums. The church was decorated with the same flowers in yellow and white. After a short wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. FREY will live in Canandaigua.
+ SCHALABBA - PALUMBO - Miss Assunta PALUMBO, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter PALUMBO, Beeman street, and Peter SCHALABBA, of Beals street, were married at St. Mary's church, last Thursday morning, Rev. Michael C. WALL performing the ceremony and celebrating the nuptial mass. The bride wore a gown of white sating in princess style with a tulle veil caught with orange blossoms and carried a shower bouquet of bride roses. Her sister, Miss Concetta PALUBO, was the bridesmaid. She wore wine color chiffon with had and shoes to correspond and carried tea roses. Benny PRESTIANI, of Rochester, was best man. After a reception and dinner for 40 guests, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. SCHALABBA left for a trip to New York and Washington. They will live in Penn Yan.
+ BURNSIDE - RIDER - Miss Dorothy R. RIDER of Gorham street, this city, and Basil B. BURNSIDE of Brockport, were married Monday evening, by Justice of the Peace, P. W. CASE at his home on the Seneca Point road. Mr. and Mrs. BURNSIDE will live in Brockport.
+ PIERCE - Mrs. Gertrude Hatch PIERCE, 50, of Naples, widow of Byron PIERCE, died Saturday evening at the home of her sister, Mrs. Elisha KENNEDY, after an illness of several months. She was born and had always lived in Naples. Mr. PIERCE died about a year ago. Besides the sister, she leaves two brothers, Fred HATCH of Naples and Elmer HATCH of Prattsburg. The funeral took place Tuesday afternoon from the home of Mrs. KENNEDY, Rev. F. E. MILLER, pastor of the Presbyterian church, officiating. Interment was made in Rose Ridge cemetery.
+ MC INERNEY - The death of Mrs. Margaret TOOMEY MC INERNEY, mother of Mrs. Peter J. BURKE of this city, took place at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John MOYNIHAN, in Rochester, Saturday, following a long illness. She was a former resident of East Bloomfield. There survive another daughter, Mrs. E. R. RIGNEY of Hemlock; a brother and sister, William TOOMEY or Rochester and Mrs. Earl PLUCKER of Pavilion. Funeral services were held Monday morning from Corpus Christi church in Rochester and interment was made in East Bloomfield.
+ STOWE - Committal services for Richard K. STOWE, formerly of Canandaigua, who died in New York, last week Tuesday, were held at Woodlawn cemetery, Friday afternoon, Rev. Hardy LUMB officiating.
+ LINDSLEY - Funeral services for Mrs. Carrie E. LINDSLEY, aged 78 years, who died at her home in Gorham street, Thursday, after a long illness, were held at the home, Saturday afternoon. Rev. S. S. PRATT officiated and interment was made in Rushville. Mrs. LINDSLEY was the widow of Myron B. LINDSLEY. She leaves no near relatives.
+ WHALEN - John WHALEN, aged 85 years, of Victor, died Friday. He leaves two sons, John and George of Rochester; a daughter, Frances of Victor; two brothers, John of Ireland and Michael of Rochester, also 9 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. Funeral services were held at St. Patrick's church in Victor, Monday morning
+ CAREY - Committal services for Seymour CAREY, aged 75 years, formerly of Geneva, were held Monday afternoon at Dobbins' Corners cemetery, Geneva. Mr. CAREY died at the Count Home last Thursday night, following a stroke of apoplexy.
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