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Somerville Woman Injured on Mowing Machine While Helping With Haying By MRS. ARLEV KIN NICY Somerville ~ Saturday guests Mr and Mrs Max Bresett and of Mrs Mary DunkHburg at her family of Bedford, Mass.. *,were Cottage at Sylvia Lake were Mr overnight guests of Mr and Mrs and Mrs. Donald Barker of Ra- Gordon Me Adoo Thuisday vena. N Y . Mr and Mrs Harry Mrs Albert Desmoreaux and JUcCam and family of Webster, family and Mrs. Rene Desoimeaux Mrs. Lloyd Redmond of DoKalb .and son David and daughter Sue Jet , Mr and Mrs Claude Barker, spent Tuesday with Dr. and Mrs Mrs Helen Shmnock and family Frank Brownell at Oneida Lake of Gouverneur and Freddie Dun- Debbie IVsormeaux remained to kelburg i >j>end a week with Dr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Michael McCartv ' Bn*vnell. of Dexter nen> Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Ralph Halford and Mrs. Mary Dunkelburg at Sylvia granddaughter Ivbbic spent Wed- Lake v nesday with Mr and Mrs. Robert William Bresee and sons Allen C Brown at Klmdalc. and Robert of Wiluamsport. IV.; A'JC Rohert Richaixi-on is land Mr Bresee s mother. Mrs. spending a 30 day leave with his. Benjamin Bresee. toured the M-d wite. Mrs. Rober Richards^ «n<1 I way They saw a destro>er go family at the home of nis wife s ' through the Eisenhower Link and parents. Mr and Mrs Benjamin inspected the Moses power dam Barker Mr Richardson will where they >aw a short movie on lease for French Morocco August th# seaway. v , -*5th where he will be stationed lor one year. Mr and Mis Ralph Halford and granddaughtei. l>ebbie sjnnt two day- with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baker in Copenhagen Mark Baker of Coj>enhagen Win* Award j Willard Biesec won ftiird place with his dogs at Fort Platn Sat- urday. \ ij Mrs Pearl Hutchinson of \|ie Antwerp road spent several day* v with Mrs. Kdith Baxter recentl\. v Mr. and Mrs Kail McNeil and Mr and Mrs W iff red McNeil of Landsdowne, Ontario called on Mrs. Pearl Hutchinson Sunday af- ternoon ! Mr. and Mrs Benjamin Kirk- bride of Antwerp spent Sunday afternoon and evening with Mrs. Minia Cole at the nome of Mr , and Mrs Arley Kinney j Mr. and Mrs Roy Ca«saw and >ir and Mr* Philip Jennings and , family of Gouverneur en.joyed a picnic supper at Sylvia Lake Sun- day evening. j j-Joyd Matott has left for Spring Valle>. N Y . where he w;Jl be in training for two week.- with the ' HONOKIM. <iOl VKKNKl It I KOT WINNKK—Two Cioiiverneur Chamber of < ommeree tro- phic wrnt to ttii* winning < <>rnbinati<»n in th«* U ou\ernetir Trot at Saratoga Kareway. Joseph (anali. left. |>re%klt-nt of the < hamtxT. present e<l a cooler blanket to the winning home, Bell- >% ether, and Ja<-k Kmlerman, a pa*t president of the Chamber, prwnted the other award to Prftter Ralph l>\>»lie. al*t» owner of tht* hor»f. the u^k.-nd uith Mr and M;< R^lph Ha It ord. Mr and Mrs Harold Baker and familv\of Copenhagen and Mr. and Mrs Chiles Mussaw and daugh- ter of Go\rvemeur were Sunday 1960 Soil Bank Details Available in Mid-August Farmers of St. Laurence count\ interested in the con.vrx at ion re- of the soil hank tor the March of Dimes Chapter Chairman Cites Policy Regarding Federated Charities 'Hie toUvwing letter from Nich-I *r of C-oVvemeur were ^unaay ^^t- ui WK- MMI LMMK mr ine i.™> ohi> Viskovitch. Massena chapter ' \ance of uv>rs of Mrxand Mrs Ralph Hal- crop season can K et lull mtorma- chairnu r n m lhls rt , untv \ for the ! United F tion and Mr>\>iailes Mus>aw i Stabilization and Conservation ford Mr and daughter of Gob^vrneur Mark office. Canton, after the middle of Baker of Copenhagen\and Cheryl August. ASC Chairman Silas Ka- Ruhh \*ere supper gue^s of Mr j kin* said today and Mrs.. Ralph Halford Friday This will be the fifth \car of the Injured While Haying', 'conservation reserve, under which Mrs Georpe Jones had theViis- 'farmers contract to \s»thdravA ^en- fnrtune to cut her foot while sKe eral crt»pland from production and 'Hie purjv>se of this letter, in ad- the organization of a .. . v und and our March of i*!...!?!! t *° U .\ t> A ^ rK '\ !.\!L * Ma * vn l) t Dimes, outlining policy | Dimes campaign, is to wish you for the National Foundation for j and vour fellow workers success in Infantile I'aralvsis was released ! >our ett«>rts and to pledge that we l.KiiiN hv Mason Rossiter Smith, j of ihc March of Dimes will do president ot the St. Laurence and | nothing to hinder or undermine Nor Them Franklin County United ?>our efforts. The March-of Dimes. ; Fund. Inr. t however expects tUt* same atti FRESH AIRS LEAVE - Tb« second group of fresh •ir youngsters will return to New York Thursday, August 6. They will leave the Gou- verneur train depot at 7 p.m. The final group to return will leave at 7 p.m. Tuesday. August 25. St O»unt> be s in wh from J rh to Klliol the BIMIKI of Kduc-ittl«»n Yoi k at his ott Strwt hMwern y July ii*t thif>ugh n the Inrm- for th«- i be \n the later than Augu*t 7th «t K INI T. * t which ume thf> %%ill opened. J ELLIOT WOOD CVrk of tht- B<»aril of K - > >AI.K. St Count> By virtue of By iu County Court of the St«»t.- .i f Nvw Y.-rk ^ 1 Vil t ih IVar Mr. Smith. j tilde Ol Holstein Club Stages Annual Show August 8 The annual St. l^awrenee County Holstein club's cattle show will be held Saturday. August 8, at the Kennedy Karm of the Canton Ag- ricultural & Technical Institute according to William Rodee. Can- ton, club president. With increas- ed interest being shown by county breeders, it is expected that this year's show will be the largest in several years. *n)m' of the high lights of the show will be the showmanship classes for 4-H and FFA members. Competition in these classes is ex- pected to be keen again this year. Entry blanks have already been mailed x to club members and should be returned to Robert Mid- dlemiss, ahtiw secretary, RFD 1. Ogdensburg by August 3. Addi- tional entry blanks may be se- cured from Mr Middlemiss or from lister Rawlins, general show chairman, Canton AJ.I. farm manager. ^ Tlie day's e.vents will get under way at 10^30 a.m., with the show- manship classes. Exhibitors are re- quested to have their cattle on the jT»iim«n R n K-ute * grounds in ample time for the j^' t k uST^rJlL^f The^tlr events. J*i<1*T*itM»n .»l ur»«' IViUr Participants and spectators should provide A basket lunch for I the event. In IH TRQII7XE-PREM $oe. l v QooT^rmeur, N.T. \Thursday. July 30, 1959 BID NOTIC'K tr.NTRAI. H4 H(KH DhlKKT NO. 1 TOWNS Oh' (iOl \ r.H.M- I It. rowiKK, DKKALH. MAJUMM, NKKMON, i;i»HAKI»s. A>D lKN. HT. UHKKNd «Ol\T\ AND ANTHKRP. JKCfKHMlN i ** SERVICES HFKMOX (ANTON KLKTTRIC. II it is eltH'triCcH call us. Kesi- (letitial. commercial Wiring. Phone Hrrnion L'-l»t>l3. 7-30-tf \2) A for thr tiNUM(>*irt(*tiiin <>( tnipiih t th«* M>K>i)|k ojwiatinl *>> th«\ I*«»«*nl of K*lu CMtmn of <. entrMJ SrhooJ l>i>ttut N<» 1 of Crt»uN* % rrwui Knwifi l>»Kr«!t Cuunl> Ant (ink .,„ cwnl ttt H> Jofin j A M ami 1 :«• »' M | and 117 tht- • M not K I) .T th« Let G.LF. R Your Need While Saving You Money • Power Champ Gasolines • No. 2 Diesel Fuol • Heating Oils —-—- • Motor Oils • Grease \WHOLESAI-E & GLF SERVICI to me g«»o<J« mid chattel \HTU\S aful t Charles Tallman. I h«\«- vi/ti Mil th« light title and int«M»M frnd»nt in *nd to the fU property, to AIM t.ik« r» t viid «U- do** ^ pn»|»'n> I sh*ll \?V: Jor ^•'* l .«s the loiw dir«t» on tht- IT ila> of A^JM l'-frV* at VT •*» in the dftrmoor. nl Sh<r:!!> Offk-r in the Town of Canton O»unt> ol St Lj»wrt»r*N? N Y Dated thi* 1 ri rt > of Ju»> V»?V» Hviwy H IVr.MtT Sh.-iff,. Bv HAVIS V. l\^nfie'<1 GOUVERNEUR G.L.F. PETROLEUM CO-OP. PHONE 1094 Somerville Road ROBERT J. BALL, Mgr. Indenture. thr itil 1 •> i>f September at R York an d Jranru* TJt!'tn.«r. shling at l'»T OH> Avfi'.ut' Y»rk. {Arties nf th«> f :>t jv on the p#rf of the United 'lunches will be on the was helping her husband with the x having Mr>. Jones stepped from the mowing machine while it was sTill running She was t it with ct>nserv ation* uses >( 3 to 10 vearv national program lor 4^*^ ua> taken to * anno\|n< v t fc d retvntk. but it will* be several weeks before count \ oil ice and Mr and Mrs Weldon Turn 'bull and daughters spent Tues dav at Southwick Beach. Army reserves . . Mr and Mr> She.™ G.lktte '^J ^^^'le^ t.k- ' P—n,1 has lull det.il.. Mr. Ka en to clo>e the wounds, and then kins said. ^ was able to return home j The I960 conservation reserv. ' Karl Munson of Baldwinville will be similar to the called on John Fergusson Sunday | gram. Mr Eakin& said, exct Mrs. Claude Wilder substantially less n\R\v acreage will n of Antwerp : ^M* taken into the iHo^ram than called on John Fergusson Thurs- day evening ^ Mr and Mrs Earl Jones spent In consideration of the pending j- Fund Triere\i<Vertainly no reason study vour committee has under- | urn the^farch of Dimes and the taki-r to detrrmine the desire for j l'nitp*r Fund rannot exist peace- a I'mted Fund in St. Laurence tj>Hy and successfuly in St Law- CounTv it would be in the publjp^renee County by mutual-coopera- interest for the two or^ani/ajjrtns j,tion and understandinc * to j*>mT t)ut that since 1#38 the i I am certain that this clarifies grounds. Milk will be available free of charge through the coop- eration of the Production Credit Association. Canton. Other members of the show- committee are Dale Put man. as- sistant chairman Harold Rood of the I'nitoi St*< »f th<» w »n<l jvirr 1 «;'f IK. t \r, IMHl »>\ H!I THAT TKACI* t>F USD »itk*<t*» in the O»unt> l 1 Y'.irk ' FREE ESTIMATES on b\ B R Tr?tin (' K the office nf the O<univ rrnvr Count> at Chrt> B» % tnj: H part nf th r A »r..p V..,k and 9 1' - grnund * Ch f\\\ National Foundation h«<had onl\ our pt^sitidn on the subject, but I, ,. # . K . 4 one n,>hry covennjr^tund raising | would be happy to hear from you man: ^ eith Norton ' nnK master: * T ^ J.-tnuarv M^rch of Dimes is at any time in the interest of mut-' en activ it\ cxm- I ual success. , ht Point. x . Xhane Dfcsormeaux spent Sun- day with M\ and Mrs. William -only abour 5 million acres nationally as compared u r approximately 13 Sundav with Mr and Mrs. Ed- ' year. The basir rate Robert Ha nee j*\. b a patient in the E. J Noble hospital. Gouver- neur He underwent surgery Wed- nesday. \' ^ Miss Ruth Carter of R^*lmnre. and Mrs George Klock of N delphia called on Mr and > Merton Hewitt Monday evening. Mr and Mrs Hewitt and son. Gerald i-pent Tuesday evening with Mr and Mrs. Donald Hewitt at Oxbow. Mr and Mrs Earl Brewster mui>d Johnston at Hailesooro. I will be the same Mr* Earl Jones. Mrs. Garden The principaj^cTiancrs in tin* Hadiey and Mrs Edmund John- . program thi><ear will be as fol ston spent Monday in Watertown ! lows: Mr and Mrs. Earl Jones call-! 1 ^ Land owned by a ed on Mrs. Martha Babcock and ! l?~ town or Ux-al government will j Charles Ferguson in Gouvenieur be ineligible for the prograjn a Sunday night - .„ , rule already in effect for federal Mr and Mrs Chester Deugan ! land. \ of Antwerp v^aed Mr. and Mrs/ 2 Land which has \charmed William Hall Sunday evening . j ownership «except throuch inner-• T Mr and visited r rid with Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs Daniel Murphy 3. If land inrrjrr a 196n con>er- support the Founda- program. . Our success in research result- ing in the Salk vaccine was made possible by this sejxarate campaign ixilicv. So has been our ability to train the protessional heads and j hands, and to provide the equip- ment needed to pive evcr\' jx>lio initit'nt the best jx>ssible care and Very sincerely yours, Nicholas Viskovitch Chapter Chairman Letter I>oli<\v has enabled us to tell the\ public about p^olio and what vw are doing abtjut it thus dispelling tear and prev s and To The Editor: x - ^ Sir: Having little else to p*cs the time at. today I wandered, and in my wandering I travelled into the cemetery and the thought me of a verse in the \Burial of Sir John Moor\. William and FFA events Official judge for the show will be Donald Collins. Malone. Mr Collins is a well known Holstein breeder in Franklin county and has developed an outstanding herd in recent vears. Average Person Drinks 140 Qts, of Milk a Year More of the nation's milk supply }\ V reward is reaching consumers in bottle: d*t«*d July of th e Courrt> «f St County on the day of. 7-9 61 EMPLOYMENT OIL Burner Installations Contact J. E. McAllaster Oil Co., Inc. / PHONE 232 WANTED — Man Intere^trcl selling care<^r. Must r>e neat peannp and enrrc»tic Hich sch«>>i ha\» i Box V in r ^VS graduate prrt erred. ch^\itfeur's license Write Tribune-Press, (rouvrrne include phone number in Perhaps few here know or care and cartons than ever before, the •rp visaea .Mr. ana wrs. - -»'- -••\•• '-. ^'»\^« . , vinil . lT HUO rtvruiT< Hn( \ keens , about these lines but as a boy I i National Dairy council reports in Hall Sunday evening . j ownership «except thntuch inher- • h ,^ u f vo | unteers • had to learn them and the line its 1959 edition of \How Ameri- d Mrv Merton Gollaher , itanee. since Dec 31. Ifti6. is »\* ; n ^ d to c!^ am thinking of was. -Little he cans Use Their Dairy Food,.\ just riday through Monday ehgible to enter the program *n | chaptpr ^ m l T RJVCS each ; will care if they let him sleep on ' released. and Mrs. Edwin Behlmer : is«*». • . • - j ^ H}rson an oprxntunitv freelv to m the grave where a Briton has \In 195K.\ the statistical bulletin and Mrs Daniel Murphy 3. If land inrrjrr a 1%<> con>er- glve or not ive t( ) ^ Marc \h of ! ^id him\ states, \the proportion of the far- Island While There Mr vation reserve con tract is sold. the; pimr>s and to ^^^.4^^ in a ! . I wonder as I looked over the mer s sales of milk which was and Mr Herbert Graham of An- .. „, w *,... ^.. twerp were dinner guests Sundav in *^ n K Island U hlle lhere Mr ^ vatlon reserve contract is sold, the ; Dimf>s and |o M^ Mort^ iw,H ! «^ Mrv Gollaher's son and contract generally may be assum- i__ at hlir ,^ n ; ta 6t Mr and Mrs Merton Hewitt in honor of Mrs. Brewster's birth- day Hwday Cillers | Mr and Mrs Carlton E Kinney ; of Watertown called on Mr. and ! Mrs. Arley Kinney Sunday night. f Kathy Kinney spent two day> in Edwards T-m-law. Mr. and Mrs. ed by the purchaser oniy after it ; * Merton Gollaher. jr., from Conn i called on them. has ineffect for 3 yenrs. ereat humanitarian movement I tumbled down monuments and ! marketed through fluid outlets sej>arate March of Dimes ' n e unkent graves on this little ! reached a record high of 45 5 per Moore Reunion The 21st annual Moore family week as the guest reunion was held at As in 1959. the ] policy r«i>unizexth;tt many oempferyin Oxbow, is no< ] py y c consena- t . K>s ' c >iKM-ially kical croups. Und • unlike many such cemeteries the cent \ This Ls in contrast to the mid-194Os when onlv about a third to tion reserve will be conducted on an offer-and-acceptance basis The tneir j urK i raising efforts first step will be for the farmer to = VmU ^ Kund We rospcc ] inform the countv ' J * *^ in a j their \ more There are always a lot of tears of her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Sunday. July '2 Mrs. Everett Donaldson and Don- ent OldesT .^^ ^^ with 76 pres- acre rate na. present Schenectadv; ; ! land. These rate roque>ts was filed at the eounn oitice advantaco to conline \ country over, if anyone cares any I of the farmers sales of milk was consumed in fJuid form. In brief: Fresh milk that is hot sold to consumers to drink finds its way to market in the form of one of the other dairy foods — j doubt jf anyone was interested i such as cheese, ice cream, butter. make this policy derision • shf ^ at th <* £rave, and for awhile for tiirms< !ves ju*t as we insist . niany may say words of praise for on r.iir rtk'ht to m^kp this rl«»iision ^hose who have pas>ed on but I , ning August 24th. and must considered for a 1980 contrac* The countv committee uill es- of Trust.-es of the National by its county chapters Throuchout the country. It is based on the eon- Larry Davidson returned home : Sherman Moore, his grandparents. Mr and, youngest ua^s Michal Moore. Mrs. Wilbur Mclntosh. Saturday ! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene after having spent five day- in the Ignore, y Hepburn hospital in Ogdensburg ; Mr and Mrs Elbridpe Sibley whre he underwent eye surgery- ' r «a^ *hc largest family attending i^blish the rate setting it K» ynr He will go to E J Noble hospital [ Mr a™* Mr * Ernest Moorf. and cpnt nigh ^ r lf a0 P | IK1 ble cropland in Gouverneur .Monday where I >* r and Mrs Eugene Moore and on xhe [arm ffi tQ ^ retirod they will remove the stitches. I daughters, from No. Plamsfield, Aft th<? basic rate nas hpen de . 1 »-»- r^— fh 7 oueh ' J Mr and Mrs. Julian Rugar of IN Y. came the greatest distance termine d. the farmer mav -- SUpP ° rted * hr ° Ugh a Norwood calied on Mr. and Mrs Officers elected were Floyd for a eontr^t at anv fipur : f Harold Gardner FYiday evening i Moore president. Richard Moore tnat nXp In casr the munU office of the pn>- ^* r \ on our rjkzht to make this estahiishod for that . for (>ursoUos - ( . be j rrn,^ # _ fund raising pr^licy I f> n°uch to notice whose name was 'dry or evaporated milk. With pop- bv the volunteer on Th<> next P rav ^ or when he or ' ulation - increasing more rapily The J WHS adopted \iction that the complex program : of history — let's put it this the National Foundation pa- | and pubhc educat|on a ppl y burif*d. than milk production, and the av- * I -wondfr how many kngpv* who erage amount of milk each per- is buried in the cemetery here in . son dpnks remaining relatively Oxbow, whose family pame is part icojxfant. a bigger proportion of 1ne milk is* being consumed each year as so-called fluid milk \ How much milk did you drink if your consumption was average in 1958\ One hundred and forty \Who Cares?\ But what a* lot of trouble would l>est *** cone to we will say. if some man of state who held an It « WANTED—Jab baby Mttin«. day \~\ TTiijtTt. Call \TTtr-H\if\' \M^nM r t -3»Mip < 1 <JIRL want* >ib caring f«»r rhil dron through Auirust Phon< tp i 1 98J-W \VANTi:i>— Homan to and care Jor two school «TC children Write Box T. c-o Tnb une-Press. I' 11 p * 1 • WANTED — Work cutting and baling hay. F^one 57.VR. Arthui Merkiey. 7-3f»-ltp < 1 WANTED — <iirU to M-II tickets, bovs to take tick* i> at carnival Gouverneur Fair. M 1st be 16 or over. See Walter Best U Floral Hall, fairgrounds August 1, 10 a.m. 7- SERVICES 2 Heating and Air Conditioning George R. Hurst Mr. and Mrs. Gardner spent secret arv and The corn- Harold Hayden in nruee includes Mrs Roland Dal- ceives more applications than it Bigelow Earl Peck left Saturday for Camp Drarr. where he will be in Next training for two weeks in the at tnf> Army re-er\e. Mrs M>rtle S^.ampine and Mrs. Yalaide Cail of Evans MiiLs spent Wednesday at Carr.p Aldersjr^te 1*here & me^Tins was rn-id at Tne School of Missions and Chri^Ticin ton Mrs Glenn Powers, JLellan can ph oriTy will T Bush rff Calrforni-i a ^upp* r ^siie^* F rxiav nicnt 0* Mr. and Mrs WilUrd Weaver R,oxanne*Po>bb is sp» ndmc * if-v< <ia>5, with Landon Weaver in Gou- verneur Mrs Haroid Weave: r^fkv**d word *ha r her rrv»tr,er M\« Reli**>\ en to tn* E J N--»ni# to the farmer offering the land at The lowest rate compared with the rate established for his land the basic rn'r* on is set at .V.2 ari acr* 1 h<*' uill have aVter change of gettine a contract iTtK. oHcrs the iand at ? r< an acre than- jf )\en~ fop offers it at 5K 1 or more. ~ For m«ipt {anrv; pJanm: land under erjntrac* VAIII require a cor- CHT\ M^»n?. Mr and Mrs. rPspondin2 arre*^ redurMor. ir. grains and rc>u cr<>p< uhich arr- as S-nJ Bank base crops u,!! tv earned the mriTHri is r ffi^**\* In additvoTi a ?<**TT* r C;JTI c r '' a tablishjn? approved cr*nv r% a T ion M<^ore and Erwin Moore s reunion will be held place, the last Sundav y~ r in Jul >'- - <a farmers. Those present were: .Mr and Mrs Floyd Moore. Richard Moor*'. Misv Hf-arnce Bou-hall. Mr r and Mr- l>'\i LrtPlarnpy. Mr> r.ftn Fajl^r Sherman >!oore. Ro- r ri i ar»d Jane L^iP^^ne**. Mr. ?snd March of Dimes. . ^ We believe that a separate March March of Dimes is truly in to freedom of COOH-P the same freedom of choice which enables every American to cho*«*> -^ hat n'vsspap^r he w;l! read VMI^' or- traruzation he will join, and to what causes he v\ill LT. e of his tin^e <md ,mone>\. The Na ? i r »nal Foundation U-r-)> >-trr»ns:i> that This I office in the French government 'quarts per year, says the council. I j were for some reason or other! This is about l.Vr more than the i .come to look mer the grave of i average .was during the later ! Dr Benton's wife, yes then care i thirties. . would again he the order of the A> for other dairy* foods, aver- ! day I have left out who the wife a^e consumption for cheese, ice of Dr Benton was to really see cream and fluid non-fat milk were Moor\ Mr and Mrs Eu- oore and Jvryi and Michal Mr and Mrs R c' r Moore. Mr and Mrs Gienn Powers. X>o<ji5 \We*n- s'^ir Gi^-nri-n Pnrw.-T> Wa.'pr Mic- k^rii C^Tio. Rrtvy<- Mr and Mr- Kr* ;r. M r ^rf Mr i>;.ar Moore. hrAzc S.bi^v and f^rr. i\. >r public SLjf»;». Jr; c.tV country /ens conduct a l\rrH<d CommuniT) Chest ami *he March of Dimes or a s^para T e campaicr of one nf M^-er volur.*^r> ,nav.r,nal h'-alth aiT^ncies or UKH\ cau^c» JL thesr communities jr. \ i ions of £ r *A ihos€ in the steps *e 5o care. -Mr? Mrs M*rK>r. T>i^r and da.^-^ ter Frajicis of Nor*r Go-'jvfTrjeur-^ 11 - Mernl! T>l*r at their cottage at Sylvia LaKe I .Mr and Mr- !>^>rT^rd $<TH*? and family of Spn**rjevi];*» wer <d*nner guest.* Sundav of Mr. and Mrs FWyd S»rate \ John F^nrisnri U^JS a d;nr,<>r fu*»st of Mr and Mrs Weldkm TurnbuU 5 - Rnc^r Sr*:*-. and fam- Mr a^d Mr> v Mr and c M Commg bents I>L\\D BK \\< H Mr * no M r% \h ,, rt rr > rr.i* ] Mr. and Mrs h'fr^:d French rr.: r ( Hr.*riH cis: - ':<•> a* *'C Srr\/.* v . *- e will <1 r: v e h r in * ^* j^s And ar.. ;*• M not u^ rk 'or or cor^r ;- s» r *« of ap[«»-. 's ranr>' *r>e\ ar e u arvd : arvi Gordon Horr:-»r.. j vemeur all ol G^u- uV-^ Tf ; e> u .>.»- U, •• «<\ u-rrr\r^ for much >jpp».r: Thcv just how many know and again I up in 195K. Cheese, in fact set a should I say care. * 1 new a 11-time record, jumping al- There are some very nice mw- I most a pound prr person over con- urn^nts there and in many other j sumption of the year before. But- such cemeteries that cost a lot of tor. cottape cheese and non fat prnod hard cash, that with a little \ dry milk were the same as in 1957 care could be kppt as a thing of ' Cream, evaporated and condensed hoauty and remembrance Let milk, chocolate rmlk. buttermilk and dry whole milk were down sightly. Adding all *he dairy foods to- gether in trrm> of the milk it took to make them the average Ameri- can last year consumed tr>e equiv- alent of 695 pounds of milk Milk production for 195* exceeded 125 billion po^jrirls. or 719 pounds of milk per person — thp Jowf*$t rec- ord for any yar In other words. Z\7'i^v &**>* of Mm. Cora!';\ cou , rtnl w.^J^mfh :alk«J h* Ga.es and Raymnri Ga'^s were «| ^rplus enu*l<-J only h ., qu «m y . r- . A A-* •- °f milk per person f^>r the vear »r- Mr v \*a^p s sorf-in-iaw and flaug^- _^ # , in <e/ Mr and Mrs Gerald Wood of Atr '^ - rPnts °jf e * c * dc>llar r^torUnrf and her granddatip- ^ n * b > ^sumers for Urm- pro- f *r and >v>r farni^* Mr and Mrs HicKard Wood and son of Car- th^CP tor Guaranteed CLEANING & ADJUSTING of your OIL BURNER * Contact J. E McAllasfer Oil Co., Inc. • PHONE 232 toda> •rrr • frxbcv* N Y. ^ - July 26. 1959 . ISLAND BRANCH Earl Sweeney of Carthage call- ed Ht the Smith home on Friday • CUSTOM KITCHENS Contemporary or Colonial • COMPLETE BATHROOM .INSTALLATIONS George R. Hurst Tel. KH7 Gouvernaur 24-Hour . Towing Service PHONE 515 Spilman's Garage . HAIIEJBORO. N. Y. men*. A iZ' 2 ir- > V' \ W K IN THIS NUCLEAR AGE Mi and Mrs £r* v*s»t**d M: and TurnbuJ! Sunday n r*^Lg!«> and Lr*-; h*rr> r>^ip:ng Kh*~ jnts hjiv\ 1 r»g at MT i m* Elmdaie •tin* Mrv. r»Jh^ us he ; G;l>tte WeMon K \•-\•er rv**** 1 pe^ »/r, »*• % f&rrr. recent. > Tn M Frtda> CD's a Vital Part of Farm Safety AH.lM 1 If I were convert- ing to bottled gas, I'd have Ray Gas do the job. Phone 79 f. i'Vi a* € pm and h.jff'- % • • . ^ Tl f>DA> AI'Gf'irr 4 meeting at nnnr. a! STi;?r, s can ir, y>ur f.n-^a;-> taken. Ttrr: Si>*j. -u need not kill\ h* nkl \It up to you to uk« »rt>otL No •-*<: v-, brr can 60 K for you. any ar#d f.,-^-, •.-# .^v r-» .re than tr>ey can thtp yaw a cm! defense troo a m -irr»^r « Gnr^ rt-jr m- a* A picr..c Try a a pe'tor-al --iT\ and do is used m B'.;t for this inve*t rr-ce^ve many l nufr;er.*s ^uai or in ex- of th> pr\^en # rtg > «> F r r ex- TO th»- rs'y>na! f^»1 supply 2^'' of th-p «\Hilah'K > pro' '•if tne fat 7^9^ of *he calrium 19 1^ of the vitamin A value and 47 9'v of *he nN*>Cav irv -an »ija; vitamin B-compiex Yet ir spire of a'^tr.:.- nour*hmen* forft* enrrnhuted only 16 4^ of the calory* rrfttr+d by AJTIPncis fond - a fart of interest to w matchers INLAND RRANCH of Mr and Vm WTIiarr. Srr. »-P?P Mr and Mri Everard French aivj Sonn> Larrom of Ruby Cor- ne- Mr and M-* Ernest Rnclai Mr» Sunday M-array Raven a SIMONS FUEL & SUPPLIES ATTENTION FARM] rect to packer. Ca tie taken in Monday day until 5 p.m. Fi p.m. No calves taken day. Highest cash pri mission, honest wei according to quality ers, good demand. C; attoir, 106 W. Main £ AT A REASONABLE If you have a nx ]em. we're sure wi you money. Before chock our costs shingles or rolU> Just call and we'll estimate your job. on materials or or pleted job arc abso £XP6RIENCED & WORKME Wm. T. An< Corp Prospect St. rTRNTTTRE Large selection < New York State he W Hull. I,ock Box Phone OLdfield 9-85* WE PAY TOP PRICE! For Good Recappable Casings In Exchange fc New Tires or I Don't throw awa> casings. Come in look th^m over. Wi ably pi\e you enouj it worth your wh t^rms can be arrai &irvd. X L Ski Tire Ser 302 West Main St., PHONE 5 COMPLE' INSURAI Servic VAUTO • LIFE • HOSPI1 Call 1390\ DOC ORF< t- Opposite High Nationwide Mutual J Nationwide Mut Insurance Nation 3 * ido l-ife In Columbus, < MY SHOP IS NOW ronver Mi>le tops A*. ^o trurk and car buiJT snd r^cover^d rates. Wr Antwerp. ,Pb< DAY & Wrec Servi DODI PHONE 35-=- 1219 — cal MOTOR < iOST AND THF \ AMK •*

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