Gouverneur Tribune Press - Wednesday, July 7, 1943
Miss Marion Hayes becomes Bride of Byron J. Rickett at Heuvelton
A very pretty wedding was solemnized at the Presbyterian Manse in Heuvelton, Saturday evening, July 3rd at 8 p.m by the Pastor Rev. Allan G. Bowering, when Miss Marion Jane Hayes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving L. Hayes of DeKalb Junction became the bride of Byron Judson Rickett of Heuvelton, son of Stanley Rickett of Star Lake and the late Inez Hurlbut Rickett.
The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Vivian Hayes of DeKalb Junction and Morgan Rickett of Rensselaer Falls attended his brother.
Mrs. Rickett was attired in a street length dress of navy blue romaine crepe trimmed with lace with white accessories. She wore a corsage of red and white roses tied with white chiffon ribbon.
Her maid of honor wore a street length dress of navy blue crepe with white accessories, and a corsage of pink and white roses tied with pink ribbon.
Immediately following the ceremony the bridal party motored to Ogdensburg where a wedding supper was served. The young couple are now on a brief wedding trip.
The bride attended DeKalb Jct. High school graduating with the class of 1930 as valedictorian. Later she took up a commercial course at Ogdensburg. For the past several years she has resided at the home of her parents.
Mr. Rickett is now on a two weeks furlough before leaving for Camp Upton, Long Island July 8. He was inducted into the Army at Utica June 24. He attended Heuvelton High School and has been employed at the Alcoa Aluminum Plant at Massena the past three years.
The marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Rickett marked the 37th wedding anniversary of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving L. Hayes, who were married at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Hayes, Tuesday, July 3, 1906 by the late Rev. George F. Walker, then pastor of the Presbyterian Church of DeKalb Jct.
Pierce’s Corners –
· Mr. and Mrs. Lee Raven, who have been living in Yorkville the past few months are spending a few days at their home here before going to Massena, where Mr. Raven has been employed.
· Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Churchill of Brasie Corners were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Mabel Downing.
· Mrs. Anna Sterling, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Mary Shaw, DeKalb Juct. is home.
· Mrs. Leola Colton and son Carl and George Cummings of Oswegatchie accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Lee Raven and family to DePeyster Sunday where they visited Mr. and Mrs. John H. Bogardus. They also called on Mr. and Mrs. Albert Chapman during the day.
· Miss Mary Downing spent last Thursday with her grandmother, Mrs. M. L. Downing.
· Mrs. Maude Neil of Heuvelton was a Sunday visitor at Mr. and Mrs. Llewellyn Jones.
· Miss Haidee Turner is home from Canton where she spent several days visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Turner.
· William Kolb of New Brunswick, N.J. is spending a week’s vacation at his home here.
· Mr. and Mrs. Lee Raven and family were Saturday evening callers at William Ingram’s.
· Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Seaman are attending conferences and camp meeting at West Chazy this week and next. Rev. Humble of the Nazarene Church in Ogdensburg will have charge of the service next Sunday evening in the W. M. Church in the absence of Rev. Seaman.