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The Advance-news. (Ogdensburg, N.Y.) 1933-1935, March 26, 1933, Image 2

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SUNDAY. MARCH 2t>, 1933 THE OUDEXSRUKU ADVANCE AND ST. LAWRENCE SUNDAY DEMOCRAT PAGE NINE GLIMPSES INTO THE PAST Items From the Advance Files of 10, 20 and 30 Years Ago. Minstrel Show Was Great Hit Robert Golden goes to Syracuse to enter the motion picture busi- ness. Lewis B. Leonard completes 43 years* service as assistant post- master Knights of Pythias Entertain- ed Thursday and Friday Evenings. The minstrel show which was Maxian Chevier, ©2, found dead g \ ^™ ^^*™\\ t f* h \ hard worker connected with the i and the burial ritual of the Eagles in his barn on Clark street. j ^ I ~ ,!^ h ** £* ?!!!*** t Production whose true worth to the I wtit Utter be observed. Interment Paul M. Flack and Hazel *«\*-| Wa *'^ show was not evident at first will be in St. Mary's cemetery ger married. ! Koy Jones » who proposed the idea 10 YEARS AGO Allen W. Brigg's, 75, dies. Mrs. H. J. McGillis elected presi- dent of the L. McGillis Furniture company. Port receipts for year valued at $131,251,229. Revemie at Ogdens- burg $145.G31; in district $1,130,. 660. Max Katsnian's store burned. 400 automobile accidents on the j KiTtg George of Greece assassin- *» connection with it, is entitled streets of Ogdensburg last year as ated by a maa^ . to much credit as are those who compared with 240 the previous • congress planning quick revls- ' worked so hard with him to make >\ ear - I ion of the tariff bill. ! it the success it was both as an en- George W. Larock, 45, drops Pope pi US x dying. tertainment and financially, dead at the Algonquin milL | Fan . ny Crosby, blind hymn writ- The two performances enjoved Baker & Norman open bakery er 93 years old \ in White's Hotel, i Herbert F. Shaver commissioned in first practice g^ wiUl ^ , tQe snQw ^ ^^ ^ ^ oTer Athletics. i a substantial amount to the Lodge Former Gov. Frank S. Black, 60. j after expenses nad been ^^ dies at his home in Troy. \Dead Eye Dick\ Lane killed by a pickpocket in Chicago. series of instrumental acts, some of which were distinctly innova- tions. There were two clever piano numbers by Donald Jones, an en- tertaining number by Allen Gold- stone disguised as a pickaninny and armed with a t uke.~ Jones and I Dodd demonstrated their ability ; with the banjo and harmonica. They were followed by the Woods bro- ! thers with a violin and 2 guitars. t- In this galaxy of experienced en- tertainers no individual would be very well singled out for special mention. There was, however, one Emond Services At Cathedral on Monday Morning The funeral of William J- Emond, wln> died: Thursday in Kansas City, will be held from his late home on Franklin street tomorrow morning under the auspices of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, of which he was a member. Services will be held at St. Mary's cathedral at 10 o'clock Pall bearers will be Neal Sloan, ras not evident at * \...WW. j - «---.- rlano«* Ralnh Blair, the nianist 1 ~* u oearers win oe i\eai £>ioan, ^^'^^^^^ «°T Be,t WiUian, Pinde, * r ed the rehearsals and the actual pre* Murray, Edward LeBeau, Roland duction. The Northern Dansonians R*ito> with Joseph Sharrow and Ed- who donated their services, furn-jward Griffith as honorary escort. ished the orchestration. j exceptionally good crowds despite Home Run Baker gets five hits the many counter-attractions and as captain of Company M. Harold O'Brien reopens the Er- win House. H. P. Coats appointed attorney general for Porto Rico. Mrs. Glenn P. Farmer dies in Gouverneur. March was a tough month. Harold Waknsley and Miss Mar- guerite Gordon married in Seattle. Miss Helen Dmbrule of Bay Shore, L. I., spending Easter va- cation here. Gilbert Northrap appointed sup- erintendent of Dr. McDougald's es- tate at Paul Smith's. Edward Simpson, 18, suffers brokea back in cave-in at sand pits. Postal service to be curtailed throughout the country on April 1. Fackerell & Houston livery torn dowa. Ralph Bennett of Gouverneur elected to Phi Beta Kappa at Cor- nell university. The list of those who took nart in the show follow: Interlocutor—Warren Fay- End men—Herb McCarter, George Baker, Roy Jones and Prof. Ad- j ams. Former Resident Dies in Montreal 30 YEARS AGO The role of interlocutor was very capably handled by Warren Fay Bicycles make their a>ppearance. James A. McGillis attended a : meeting of the State Embalmers association in Syracuse this week. Capt. John Hagarty of Oswego has taken command of the tug Rescue of the Daly & f Hannan fleet. ; The New York Central tailors are here taking measurements of the employe? for their new sum- mer suits. George Breckenridge purchased the Hiram Walrath farm on Black Lake at a referee's sale for $4S.50 an acre. Larry Wells launched the steam- er Milton this week. Prof. D. H. Bowen closed this week his 5£th season as an in- structor in dancing and deport- ment. Primrose & Dockstader minstrels i^ Walker purchased this week at the opera house. | the Royal Tallman farm near the Mrs. Sarah E. Whitney, 83. dies. ; Eel Weir. Steamer Bigelow opens naviga- f John L. Houston -esigcns as first tion at Morristown. j lieutenant of the 48th Separate Thomas Dinneen elected chair- 1 company. man of the town hall commission. j. Howard Dalzell was appoint- Knights of Pythias give minstrel ; ei \ ^[^ week electrical engineer Harry B. Proctor j at the St. Lawrence state hospital. show. Harry B. Proctor interlocu- Robin and blackbirds have ar- Word has been received here of Balance of Circle—George Mad- the death of Melancthon H. Sey- lin. William Lavarnway, Hyman mour, husband of Louise E Chapin, with the able assistance of\ Herb ' ^sher, George Penfield, Floyd Go- formerly of Ogdensburg, at his McCarter, George Baker, Roy Jones : tham and Harr r In ^ ram * home in . M 5? t . r€al last week He and Prof. Adams as end men. The Others who took part were: Don- was in his 86th year. jokes were original and well adapt- aid Jones, Allen Goldstone, Jones - ed as well as amusing told by ^ Dodd and the W r ood brothers, j Thomas E. West, formerly con- these well known entertainers. 1 jnected with the Ogdensburg Un- Sav vou saw the ad in The Ad- derwriters Incorporated, has sev- The second part consisted of a vance. ered his connection with the firm. 20 YEARS AGO tor. Morris L. Harrington of this city discJbtarged from bankruptcy. Frederick W. Baldwin, 62, dies at his home on Knox street. rived in great numibers. Daniel M. Spratt speaker at Fourth Ward library in \The Rights of Citizenship.\ Watson TindaVs grocery store Son born to Dr. and Mrs. John on State street suffers a loss by W. Benton. William Cooper seriously ill at his home in Rochester. Easter offering at St. Mary's ca- thedral $865. fire. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. McCargar return from New York. F. J. REGAN PHARMACIST «23 FORD STREET TIT THE WOO STttE HIST ^—•—— » TELEPHONES Jg * N. H. B. STEVENSON. D.D.S. 234 Ford St. Ogdensburg,N.Y. The Newman Literary society . will hoM a regular meeting on i Tuesday evening, March 28. at 7.45 o'clock in the assembly hall at St. | Mary's academy. Superintendent of Schools Arthur J. Laidlaw will : give an address on \The Progress ! of Education.\ All members are i reqaested to be present and are j invited to bring a friend. ! A. J. 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