OLD TIMES IN THE SAULT

1921 June 13 - Evening News
30 YEARS AGO
Daily mail service will go into effect between this point and Pick ford on July 1. The mail will leave here every morning and return every evening. Sunday excepted.
J. Magee will move into Judge Steere’s cottage on Chandler's bill. July 15.
Eight or ten young people from the Soo‘s Christian Endeavor Societies expect to attend the Y.P.S.C.E. international convention at Minneapolis July 5th to 12th.

25 YEARS AGO
Kelden is the name of the new postoffice just established, five miles north of Barbeau. Walter Todd is postmaster.
Prof. George S. Wescott closed a successful dancing class season this week by giving a grand ball in Metzger's hall.

20 YEARS AGO
The marriage is announced of Frank Sheldon and Miss Florence Morgan at the bride's home on Court street. Rev. Bagnall officiating as clergyman. The house was beautifully decorated in cut flowers and plants and 65 guests were present to witness the ceremony. Miss Lizzie Dingman played the wedding march. The bridal gown was of muslin de soie. roses being carried.

15 YEARS AGO
Reverend T. A. Kennedy preached the baccalaureate sermon to the graduates of the high school at First Presbyterian church. He used the text "He was spared to keep much people alive/* from the life of Joseph, and gave the students many worthwhile suggestions for their future conduct. The choir rendered "Teach Me Oh. Lord" and Miss Ramsay sang- the solo “A Dream of Paradise.” Both selections were excellently given.

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