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Olive Bowers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Bowers, and Francis W. Barry were married by the Rev. E. P. Esser of Victor,
Victor Herald, Victor, NY Fri March 22, 1940 by: Dianne Thomas
+ GILLETTE - Fred E. GILLETTE, a former station agent at the NY Central depot at Victor, died Saturday, March 16, 1940 at St. Mary's hospital in Rochester, Minn., where he had been a patient for 3 weeks. He would have been 58 years old on March 18th. He had been in poor health for some time but attended to his duties as NY Central freight agent in Oakfield until shortly before he went to the hospital. After leaving Victor, Mr. GILLETTE served as agent at several different points on the NY Central before going to Oakfield, where he has been on duty for 7 years.
He is survived by his widow, Helen, two sons, Jack and Richard, 5 sisters and 2 brothers. Funeral services took place Tuesday in the Presbyterian church in Oakfield, Mich.
+ GARLING - Mrs. Lena GARLING, widow of Louis GARLING, passed away on March 20, 1940. Surviving are two sons and one daughter, Otto of Pittsford and Frederick GARLING of Fishers. Mrs. Mary KEUER of Railroad Mills; 9 grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. Reka BOHEEN of Rochester. Funeral services will take place at her home in Fishers at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon. Interment will be in Pittsford.
+ WASHBURN - William WASHBURN of Victor, entered into rest Tuesday, March 19, 1940. He is survived by his wife (Helen), a daughter Mrs. Lester (Ellen) BILL of Canandaigua; 3 sons, Earl, Ira and William; a sister, Mrs. Lewis BARNUM; a brother, George WASHBURN and several grandchildren. Funeral services took place from the home this (Friday) afternoon.
SCHMIDT - John C. SCHMIDT of Fairport, brother of Lewis SCHMIDT of Fishers, died on March 17, 1940. He is survived by 3 sons, a daughter, 4 brothers, a sister & 7 grandchildren. Funeral services took place in Fairport, Thursday afternoon, and interment was made in Pittsford.
+ Bert MARQUIS is recovering from his recent illness.
+ James STEVENS, brother in law of Charles BOWERMAN, is ill of pneumonia in Florida.
+ Miss Marion COMMISSO underwent an operation at the Thompson Memorial Hospital in Canandaigua, Thursday.
+ Mrs. Everette GARLOCK entertained 10 little guests in honor of her son's 10th birthday, last Thursday afternoon, March 14.
+ Mrs. Bert MC CLOSKEY is still confined to her home but is improved, following a fall at the home of her neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Edward PROSSER, recently.
+ Mr. and Mrs. H. R. BROWN, who have been living in the 2nd floor apartment of the Ralph BUTLER house on West Main street, moved on Monday to Farmington.
+ Mr. and Mrs. Roy SEAGER, Canandaigua, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Joyce SEAGER to Stephen L. JONES, son of Mr. and Mrs. John JONES of Victor.
+ Mr. and Mrs. Roy KEEFE are moving into the upper flat in the Butler apartment house on West Main street. Mrs. KEEFE will operate a beauty parlor in that location.
+ Word received by Mrs. George HIGINBOTHAM from friends in St. Petersburg, Florida, announce that her father, Rev. A. M. SPANGLER is feeling improved following his recent hip injury.
+ Mrs. Eunice HALL is visiting friends at Valley Stream this week and over Easter.
+ Mrs. Elizabeth SKEA of Warsaw, visited Mrs. William MURRAY and family the past weekend.
+ Mrs. Francis ODERKIRK left last Friday for Florida where she will vacation for several weeks.
+ Mrs. George H. GUNNISON of Bristol was a guest of Mrs. F. M. LOCKE over the past weekend.
+ Ira A. COREY was in Oakfield, Mi., Tuesday, to attend the funeral of Fred E. GILLETTE, formerly of Victor.
+ Miss Mary BREWER and Wayne MOYER of Canandaigua spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. A. E. COLLINS.
THE VICTOR HERALD
September 6, 1940 Pg 4,
by: Ron Hanley
FARRELL - Mrs. Grace M. Farrell, widow of Joseph Farrell, entered into rest suddenly at her home on East Main Street, Monday morning, September 2, 1940. Mrs. Farrell was born in Rochester, February 18, 1896, and had resided in Victor about 35 years.
The surviving relatives are two daughters, Esther and Madeline, and a son, Edward, all of Victor, two sisters, Mrs. Mildred Finnerty of Canandaigua, and Mrs. Gertrude Gielow of Rochester, three brothers, Archie and Howard Cuykendall, of Victor, and Earl Cuykendall of Rochester, several nieces and nephews. Funeral services took place from her home and from St. Patrick's Church. Burial was made in St. Patrick's Cemetery.
The Victor Herald, Victor, NY Friday September 6, 1940 by: Dianne Thomas
GARLICK - Mrs. Julia Flynn GARLICK, whose death was mentioned in last week's issue of The Herald, was born in Fishers in Victor township, 65 years ago. She passed most of her life in Fishers and Victor, bur during the past four years, had lived in Buffalo with her son, Donald, and part of the time with her daughter, Mrs. Thomas SNYDER of Blasdell. she died on August 22, 1940, at Waneka, NY, where she had been staying at a lake home for 10 weeks for the benefit of her health, after having returned from a hospital. Besides her daughter and son, Mrs. GARLICK is survived by a brother, William FLYNN of Fishers, and 3 grandchildren, Marie, Thomas and Catherine SNYDER. Funeral services were conducted here at the Sale & Cotton Funeral Home and from St. Patrick's church, August 26, and burial was made in St. Patrick's Cemetery.
GARLING - Frederick GARLING entered into rest at his home on Thornell Road in Pittsford, Wednesday, August 28, 1940. He is survived by his widow, Anna WEIGERT; two daughters, Mrs. Walter HOLDERMAN of Manchester; Mrs. Alfred BURKHARDT of Toledo; four sons, Lewis, Frederick, Clarence and Ernest, of Pittsford; 19 grandchildren; a brother, John; a sister, Mrs. Lena WATERSTRAW; several nieces and nephews. The funeral took place from his home, Saturday afternoon. Burial was made in Pittsford.
+ Philadelphia mint officials have said that nothing but coppers were turned out during July because of the demand for the pennies, the result of defense taxes. The mint is running 24 hours a day, sever days a week, and is still behind schedule. The superintendent of the mint has issued a call for 30 machinists as part of an expansion plan.
+ The Japanese Salvation Army has decided to sever all connections with the London organization, changing it's name to the Salvation Corps. A growing campaign in Japan to eliminate foreign financial aide and direction from Christian religious institutions, is termed by foreign clergymen as the reason for the action. Also in Japan, Rotary clubs continue their meetings, but have dropped the name Rotary in compliance with government requirements.
+ On Sunday, September 1, the New Jersey Child Labor Act became effective. The law limits employment of minors between 12 and 18 years of age, provides for an eight our day and a 40 hour week. No minor may be employed in a factory if under 16 years of age and none in a hazardous occupation if under 18 years of age. Working hours in factories must be arranged between 6 o'clock in the morning and 1o o'clock at night. No person under 18 years old may be employed where alcoholic beverages are sold
The Victor Herald, Victor, NY Friday October 18, 1940 by: Dianne Thomas
KEEFE - Frank E. KEEFE entered into rest at the home of his mother, Mrs. Kathryn KEEFE, on the Honeoye Falls road, Monday, October 14, 1940. He was born in Victor 36 years ago and recently returned form New York City, where he had resided for several years. The surviving relatives are his widow, Mrs. Beulah Collins KEEFE; his mother, Mrs. KEEFE; three sisters, Mrs. Leonard BARRY of Victor, Mrs. M. J. RAUSCH of Waterloo and Miss Madalyn KEEFE of Victor; three brothers, Arthur of Fairport, Donald and Roy KEEFE of Victor. Funerals services took place Thursday morning from the home and from St. Patrick's church. Interment was made in St. Patrick's Cemetery.
+ Mrs. Fred GREEN was a guest of Mrs. Albert POWELL in Rochester, Thursday.
+ Mrs. Fred GREEN and Miss Mary PRYOR of Rochester, went to Bristol, Wednesday. Miss PRYOR and Mrs. GREEN were friends when attending Mechanics Institute of Rochester.
+ Miss Blanche CLARK of Sandusky, has been a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Brice BOWERMAN.
+ Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. HUDSON of Rochester recently called on Miss Mary L . DRAPER.
+ Mrs. John LYNAUGH of Canandaigua, spent Thursday of last week with Mrs. Mary LYNAUGH.
+ Mrs. Rose JACOBS was agues of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert ROLLINGSWORTH of Fairport the past weekend.
+ Mrs. Howard BLOODGOOD and daughter, Mrs. Mabel ESTEY of Geneva, spent Wednesday in Rochester.
+ Mr. and Mrs. Howard BLOODGOOD and Mrs. Flora COX called on Mr. and Mrs. Frank SIDDONS and family of 7 Colbert Place, Rochester, Sunday.
+ Mr. and Mrs. Henry SIDDONS of 1175 Highland avenue, Rochester, called on their aunt, Mrs. Flora COX and cousin, Mrs. Minnie BLOODGOOD, recently.
+ Mr. and Mrs. Terry ALDRIDGE spent Sunday afternoon with her cousin, Mrs. Louise BROADRIDGE, in Rochester.
+ Mrs. Harriet WEBSTER is spending a few days with her son, Robert WEBSTER and Mrs. WEBSTER at Redwood.
+ Miss Ruth WOOD and Miss Helen TISCHER plan to attend a hairdressers' convention in Buffalo, Monday and Tuesday.
+ Mr. and Mrs. A. E. COLLINS were Sunday dinner guests of their daughter, Mrs. Luther MOYER and family in Canandaigua.
+ Mr. and Mrs. Frank THOMPSON and daughter, Jean, of Rochester, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melville BEARD and family.
+ Miss Carrie STRONG has returned to her home in the Catskills, after having visited her cousins, Mrs. Marlon PLUMB and Mrs. Lillian ROSS.
+ Mrs. Charles PHILLIPS and daughters, Emily, Marion and Margaret, attend the World's Fair at New York City during the past weekend.
+ Mr. and Mrs. Herbert ALLEN visited her mother, Mrs. Marion BOWERMAN on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. ALLEN recently moved to 95 Leroy street, Rochester.
+ Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. SMITH of Syracuse were guests of Dr. and Mrs. Carl B. SMITH and daughter, Cynthia Laidlaw SMITH, from Wednesday until Saturday, last week.
+ Rev. and Mrs. Nelson L. LOBDELL and Rev. and Mrs. R. E. DRONSFIELD, motored to Syracuse, Tuesday, to visit Miss Marian E. LOBDELL, who has charge of 17 Freshmen girls at Syracuse University this year.
+ Miss Mary L. DRAPER and her guest, Mrs. E. A. DREW of St. Paul, Minn., called on Miss Ella MEAD at St. Ann's Home in Rochester, last Saturday. Mrs. DREW is now spending a few days with relatives at Clifton Springs.
+ Mr. and Mrs. Ralph HAWKINS attend the wedding of Miss Edna KEMP and Carl SLADE of Macedon, Saturday evening, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles KEMP. Mr. SLADE is a brother of Mrs. HAWKINS.
+ John CANNING, Robert TISCHER, Donald BREWER and Jack ANDERSON, have been spending the past week at New York City and the World's Fair. Mr. and Mrs. James ANDERSON took the group to New York. They (cut off)
Democrat & Chronicle, Rochester, NY Tues Nov 26, 1940 by: GSubyak@aol.com
ESTES - Mrs. Leonora T.,
at her home, Victor, N. Y., Monday, Nov. 25, 1940. She leaves one daughter
and two sons, Miss Leonora M. ESTES, L. B. and Stuart all
of Victor, three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Friends may call at the home until Wednesday morning. Private funeral services Wednesday afternoon, Rev. LOVEDELL, officiating. Interment in Farmington Cemetery. Arrangement by Sales & Cotton.
Democrat & Chronicle, Rochester, NY Thurs Feb 13, 1941 by: GSubyak@aol.com
BRADY - John P., at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. William WOODSIDE, 10 Algonquin Ter., Tuesday noon. Surviving are
three daughters, Mrs. William WOODSIDE, Miss Viola BRADY of Rochester,
Edward KEEFE of Victor; six sons, Frank and Leo of Rochester;
Louis of Le
Roy, Arthur of East Rochester, John and Walton of Victor; 29 grandchildren
and seven great-grandchildren.
Funeral Friday, 9 a.m., from St. Peter's and Paul's Church. Interment St. Patrick's Cemetery, Victor, N. Y.
MARTIN - Entered
into rest Tuesday morning, Mrs. Hattie E. MARTIN.
She leaves two sisters, Mrs. Louise HENDERSON,
Geneva, N. Y., Mrs. Ada MADDEN, Cleveland,
Ohio; several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at Latimer Funeral
Home, 179 Clarissa St. Burial office at
10 o'clock and requiem at 10:15 o'clock Friday morning, Feb. 14, 1941, at St. Simon's Episcopal Church. Interment at Victor. (Boughton Ceme)
Frank CARPENTER is 95 Years Old Today - Frank CARPENTER, who arrived in this world on St. Valentines' Day, is today quietly celebrating his 95th birthday at the home of his son, Benjamin CARPENTER, where eh now lives. He is in fairly good health.
OBITUARY - SULLIVAN
THE VICTOR HERALD April 11, 1941 Front Page, col 6 by: Ron Hanley
GERMANN - Mrs. Florence Cuykendall Germann of Rochester, entered into rest Monday, April 7, 1941, in the Genesee Hospital in Rochester. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cuykendall of Rochester, former residents of Victor, and a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Cuykendall. The surviving relatives besides her parents are her husband, Richard Germann, a sister, Ruth, a brother Henry, all of Rochester. Funeral services took place from the home of her parents. Interment was made in White Haven Memorial Park.
Miss Elizabeth Osborne, who has been with her mother, Mrs. W. B. Osborne, during the Summer, left last Saturday to resume her work as a lecturer and advisor to college students, clubs and other groups of people.
Mr. and Mrs. Osborne Hunt and sons, Jerry and Leonard, Mrs. William Washburn of Canandaigua, and Edgar Mead motored to the Adirondacks, Last Friday, returning Monday evening.
Democrat & Chronicle, Rochester, NY Dec 29, 1941 by: GSubyak@aol.com
SULLIVAN - Ella of
Victor, N. Y., at the home of Jerry KEATING,
Sunday, Dec. 28, 1941. She leaves three sisters, Mrs.
Mary KEATING, Victor, Mrs. William DOLAN and
Mrs. John HEINSLER, both of Rochester; one brother, Daniel
SULLIVAN of Rochester; several nieces and nephews.
Services from the home of Mrs. Mary KEATING, Victor, N. Y., Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. and St. Patrick's Church at 9 a.m. Interment in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Arrangements by Sale & Cotton.
Democrat & Chronicle, Rochester, NY Apr 4, 1942 by: GSubyak@aol.com
McMAHON - Gertrude
CONCANNON McMAHON of 53 Arvine Heights, Rochester, N. Y., entered
into rest, Apr. 1, 1942. She is survived by one son, Charles
J. Jr.; two sisters, Miss Bertha CONCANNON of
Syracuse, Mrs. Dewey WILBUR of Victor;
several nieces and nephews.
Services from the home Monday at 9 a.m. and 9:30 o'clock at St. Monica's Church. Interment in St. Patrick's Cemetery, Victor, N. Y.
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