In other news, Walter Foote of Aiden Lair and Miss Rose Goodspeed, oldest daughter of George Goodspeed of North Chester, were married at the Baptist parsonage in Minerva on the evening of Dec. 29, 1911 by the Rev. F.M. Bar. They were attended by Howard Foote and Mrs. Leonard Savoy of Aiden Lair, brother and sister of the groom.
A pretty wedding took place at the home of James Varnum at high noon, Dec. 30, 1911 when their daughter was given in marriage to Luther G. Hammond of Lake George. Some time after Jan. 1, 1912, they will be at home at 153 Bay St., Glens Falls.
Schuyler Gill of Stony Creek and Miss Lucy Bruno of Caldwell were married Dec. 31, 1911 by the Rev. C.H. Mead at the home of the bridegroom’s father, Chester Gill in Stony Creek. They were attended by Chester Gill, brother of the bridegroom and Miss Clara C. Madison. The couple will take up housekeeping in Stony Creek.
Business changes hands
On Jan. 1, 1912, Russell & Co., will take over the tea jobbing business of John B. Brown, for years a prominent figure in the trade. His partner, Mr. Sloan and many of the new employees will continue with the new connection.
John B. Brown is married to Miss Alice Faxon, daughter of the late Charles H. Faxon of Chestertown. Mr. Brown, who has large banking and railroad interests, will now spend more time at his country home in Chestertown.
Warrensburgh news briefs
There was not a single death in the town of Warrensburgh in Dec., 1911. The population of the town increased by one citizen as there was one birth reported. There were several marriages.
The windstorm which swept over this locality the night of Dec. 28, 1911 was one of the most violent known here in many a year. It raged all night with unabated fury, but no serious damage was reported. The next day the roads were muddy and than froze and made it so slippery that it was hard to get around. Snow finally came on Dec. 31, 1911, followed by sleet in the evening which put the roads in good condition for driving with light sleighs and cutters.
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