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The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY 27 Dec 1935, Thurston, NY

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The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY 27 Dec 1935, Thurston, NY

Posted: 1033490904000
Classification: Biography
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Surnames: Dailey, Strait, Thomas, Putman, Henshaw, Putman, Jack, Vance, Jack, Parker, Wing, Eddy, Rising, Brown, Bennett, Keith, filkins, Wright, Randall, Stevens, Angst, Blach, Moss, Travis, Griffin, Cahill, Dewitt, Miller, Button, Odson
The Steuben Courier, Bath, NY; 20 Dec 1935, pg 7
Col. 6, Thurston
Grange Officers, Were Installed Saturday Night
Thurston, Dec 17—Installation of Grange officers were held Saturday at their hall. A chicken dinner was served at 1 o’clock, in charge of Marion Dailey. There were about 75 present. The following officers were installed: Master, George Strait, re-elected; overseer, John Thomas; lecturer, Mrs. Sophia Putman; stewart, Robert Henshaw; assistant steward, Gerald Putman; chaplain, Mrs. Elizabeth Jack, re-elected; treasurer, Clyde S. Vance, re-elected; secretary, Omar A. Jack, re-elected; gate-keeper, Marion Dailey; Flora, Mrs. Lillian Parker, re-elected; Pomona, Mrs. Myrtle Wing; Ceres, Mrs. Adelaide Thomas, re-elected; lady assistant steward, Mrs. Mabel Dailey, re-elected; trustee for 3 years, Jesse Eddy; flag bearer, George Parker; service and hospitality chairman, Mrs. Mae Rising.
-o- Lester Brown, of Elmira is working for Grant Bennett this winter.
Miss Julia Bennett has gone to Corning where she had employment in the glass factory.
Earl Keith, who works at the Corning Glass Works, was home Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Claribel Filkins was shopping in Bath Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wright, Mrs. Myrtle Wing and daughter, Mary were in Corning Saturday.
Miss Nellie Randall spent the week end at her home in Big Flats
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Rising and son, Oliver, were in Corning Friday on business.
George Putman is driving a new car.
Mr. and Mrs. Arch Stevens, of Campbell spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Roland Angst, and Mr. Angst.
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Balch, of Hornby spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Foster Balch.
Mrs. William Moss and son, Billie spent Saturday in Elmira and Sunday they were in Corning with her son, Henry Moss, and Mrs. Moss.
Lester Travis, of Cameron Mills spent Sunday with his grandmother, Mrs. Ella Travis.
Mr. and Mrs. James Griffin spent Saturday with their daughter in Painted Post.
John B. Cahill was in Elmira Saturday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Keith and daughter, Helen were in Bath Monday.
Leland Dewitt has returned home from a few weeks visit with relative in Rochester.
Coral Miller, Harold Button and Burdett Odson, of the Vallia’s cheese factory are in Millerton, Pa., making pot cheese during the Christmas rush. They expect to be gone about ten days.

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