Thesier Family Reunion At Lowville Aug. 6th
The annual meeting of the Thesier family was held this year at the home of Leo Thesier at Lowville, August 6th, with about 123 present. Everyone enjoyed a basket lunch served out of doors, and also a baseball game and games of sport. Prizes were given to the oldest man and woman, and the youngest baby. Also the newest married couple, and the person coming the longest distance.
Officers were elected for another year and it was voted to hold the reunion at the home of Mrs. John Maher at New Boston.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brunet, jr., and family of West Hermon; Mr. and Mrs. Alb. Richer and family, of Tupper Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Thesier and son of Syracuse; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Thesier and family of Lowville; Mr. and Mrs. Napoleon Thesier, jr. and family of Copenhagen; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Cheney and family, Newton Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thesier and daughter of Syracuse; Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Dechene and family, Ernest, Clarence and Angus Dechene, all of Tupper Lake.
Mrs. Rosalba Terrillion and son of Watertown; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Dechene of Tupper Lake; Donald Toomey and children of Gouverneur; Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Brunet and family of Gouverneur; Mr. and Mrs. Napoleon Thesier, sr., of Copenhagen; Mrs. Aurelia Hubert of Connecticut; Mr. and Mrs. Mose Thesier of Lowville; Mrs. Marguerite Jonas of Cornwall; Mrs. Marie Page of Montreal; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jackson of Carthage; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Roy and family, Lowville; Mr. and Mrs. Buck Davis of Watertown.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Laughlin, of Syracuse; Mr. and Mrs. William Young and family of Copenhagen; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ward and family, of Lowville; Mr. and Mrs. John Maher of New Boston; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brunet, sr., and family of Richville; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cady of Newton Falls; Joseph DeGouff of Watertown; Ernest, Louise and Genevieve Brunet, all of Gouverneur.
Visitors were: Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Sauter and family of Lowville; Mrs. Peebles of New Boston; Mrs. Peakes of Lowville; William Perrin and George Stowell of Gouverneur; and W.O. Davis of West Hermon.
As reported Wednesday, August 23, 1939 page 4, column 2 in The Tribune-Press, Gouverneur, New York.