Press - Wednesday, April 8, 1936
Stanley Venton, son of
Mrs. Nellie Venton and Miss Rose Burtis, daughter of Supervisor and Mrs. Leon Burtis, were united in marriage Saturday evening at
Antwerp by the Rev. Mr. Darling. Both of the young people are very
popular in this community and have a host of friends who extend
congratulations. They were accompanied by Malcolm Sigourney and
Miss Elinor Turnbull. Mr. and Mrs. Venton will reside on his mother's farm on the Hammond
William Turnbull visited her daughter, Mrs. Charles Newton in
Ogdensburg the latter part of the week.
Hunter has moved his family into the Stevenson house in the
S. Goodison has hired Charles Towsley to make cheese in the Rossie factory this
summer. He expects to move into the factory later this week.
and Mrs. Ouimette and son of Utica were
guests of Wesley Barkley and family over the weekend.
- We are
glad to see Charles Perry out again after his siege of scarlet
day passed off very quietly Thursday, with 16 Democrats and 79 Republicans
voting. The only contest was for Republican town committeemen for
which Murray Simmons received 49; William Robinson, 26; Kenneth
Turnbull, 49; and Hazel Walsh, 27.
VanZandt, who has been ill the past three
weeks, is able to be up part of the day. His daughters have been to
see him, but have returned home. Mr. and Mrs. VanZandt
have expressed their appreciation for the
many kindnesses shown them during the illness of Mr. VanZandt.
Briant’s family are
moving back to their own house.
Stacy Lechich and Mrs. Carrie Westurn of Hermon, were
Edwards callers Thursday. Mrs. Lechich tuned
the piano in the town hall.
N. McLeod has been ill the past week.
and Mrs. Demo spent the weekend with friends in Gouverneur.
Charles Lynde of Gouverneur was a guest at
the home of her brother, Dr. W. Campbell last week.
Lila Morrow entertained at bridge Tuesday evening, March 31. Mrs.
Florence Brown had high score and Mrs. Marion Carlson was low.
Cora Payne entertained the 500 club Tuesday afternoon.
Edison of Syracuse was a business visitor in town Wednesday. The
Edison family formerly lived here and Mr. Edison, Sr. conducted a
dry goods store.
Gertrude Beach was pleasantly surprised Wednesday evening when her
sister and brothers and their families demanded admittance to help
celebrate her birthday. They were allowed to enter as they brought
Mabel Hall spent last week with friends in Rossie.
from here attended a shower for Mrs. Weijola,
at Mrs. Ethel Green’s at Hermon, Monday evening of last
week. Mrs. Weijola was formerly Miss
Gwendolyn Scott and taught in Edwards, and Mr. Weijola
worked for the St. Joseph Lead company.
funeral of Wellington Reed, who formerly lived and worked here, was
held at the M. E. Church Saturday afternoon, Rev. C. Bresee officiating. Interment was made in