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In Years Past

March 15, 2014

In 1914, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper entertained nearly a hundred guests in honor of George R. Randell and his bride, Bradley Dye, who were married by the Rev.H. Lawford Nichols, on Feb. 13. The bride was a daughter of the late Marvin Bradley and together with her sisters, Mrs. Rockman, Mrs. Swan and Mrs. Simmons, was well-known at Falconer. Among the guests were noted a number from Levant and Jamestown, including Mrs. Edwin Linquist, sister of the bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. George Bowman, Mrs. Allen Kimball and Mary Porter. Thomas Boyland represented friends at Westfield and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walter attended from Drybrook. The Rev. Nichols, in a few felicitous words, made a presentation on behalf of the company, which was responded to by the popular couple.



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