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Granville Sentinel
Granville Sentinel
Contributed by Joan H. Bixby

Description: Middle Granville News Notes.

Date: August 8 1913

Newspaper published in: Granville, N. Y.

Source: Personal copy

Middle Granville.

General News Notes.

Hannah Sullivan of Troy is visiting her mother.

Mrs. Frank G.Hall passed Saturday ib Salem.

Mrs. Mary Hanna is at Leslie Beecher's for a short time.

Mrs. Emily Thomas is visiting friends in Schenectady.

B. E. Curtis and family are visiting friends in North Adams.

Richard Owens of Salem, spent Sunday with friends here.

John Reil and family are taking an auto trip to Holkoke (sic), Mass.

Florence and Alice McHenry have returned from Hudson Falls.

Mrs Agnes Roberts of Rutland, is the guest of Mrs. John A. Williams.

Miss Ethel Williams is visiting friends in Albany and New York city.

William Sherman, the milkman, is improving his property by a fresh coat of paint.

F. G. Hall and family, accompanied by F.M. Jay, motored to Lake George Sunday.

Edward Wilson and family have moved to West Pawlet, where he has a position.

The condition of Roy Williams and little son, who have been quite seriously ill, is much improved.

Miss Mary E. Williams has gone to Milwaukee,Wis., where she will be the guest of Rev.Henry K. Jones and family.

Mrs. George Downing and little daughter of Garden City, L.I., are visiting her brother and sisters in this village.

F. R Adlt of Lowell, Ind.,has been spending a week in town, making needed repairs to his property, the old N.Rogers house.

Mrs. Adelia Dougan and daughter, Miss Alice, have gone to Lafayette, Ind., where Miss Dougan has a fine position in the
public library of that city.

The memorial service for the late Mrs. Cynthia Parker, held at the Presbyterian church Sunday last, was largely attended.
The pastor spoke very feelingly of the loss to the church in the death of one who was indeed a mother in Israel, and advised
all to seek to imitate her virtues and to remember that the source of her beautiful life was in the Christ she served. Miss
Margaret Williams sang very sweetly and effectively the solo, "O Rest in the Lord."

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