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PAGE 2 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16,1971 THE JOURNAL 17 Morristown Grads To Attend College Agnew Troubleshooter For Governors' Group By MARGARET MURRAY Morristown—Seventeen members of the June graduating class at Morristown Central School going on for further education are David Durant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald. Durant; Ray HoUister, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald HoUister and Terry Heagle son of Mr. and Mrs. James Heagle; all at State University College at Potsdam. Timmy Heagle, s5n of Mr. and Mrs. James Heagle; Jim Phillips, son of Mr. and Mrs. James T. Phillips, both at Clarkson College of Technology. Kevin Coats, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Coats is attending Plattsburgh State College. Brett Bellinger, son of Roger Bellinger, Nazarene College, Boston, Mass., Kevin Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Smith; Reggie Kemp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kemp; Karen Van Schaick, daughter of Mrs. George Johnson; Rick Kropat, son of Mrs. and Mrs. Richard Kropat; Wayne Carney, son of Mrs. Margaret Carney; George Devendorf son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Devendorf, Angela Perretta, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Peretta, all at Canton ATC. Also Joanne Robinson, daughter of Mrs. Blanche Robinson and Steve Sherry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sherry, both at Mater Dei. Barbara ^Warren, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Warren, at Rothel's Ogdensburg Business School. The new address for Sgt. Douglas Hawthorne, son of Mrs. Loretta Hawthorne of Morristown, is 8229 Bronco St., Apartment 21, San Antonio, Texas, 78227. Sgt. Hawthorne and Miss Dorothy Marks of Sail Antonio were married August 7 in Texas and were honored at a reception on August 15 here in Morristown at the home of the grooms mother where the couple visited five days. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baxter and family spent 10 days with their travel trailer at Rehoboth Beach at the Delaware Seashore State Park, Del. A-IC Baxter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baxter of Morristown, was selected as airman for the month of August and received a four day trip to Japan. Bill, a graduate of Morristown Central School and Jefferson Community College, Watertown, enlisted in the air force and is presently stationed in Korea where he arrived this past June. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pease f rok Long Island were weekend guests of her mother, Mrs. Mary Wylie. Weekend guests of Mrs. Mary Pickouce were Mrs. Marie Flieger and two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. John Garrison, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hall and three children, all from Fulton. Mrs. Mary Fee, Utica, was a house guest for a week. Mrs. Robert Keeler, daughter Kathleen and son Kevin from Tupper Lake called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Murray, a brother of Mrs. Keeler's. Edward Heaton and family of Kennett Square, Pa. and John Spilman and family of Lafayette were weekend guests at Spilman's camp. Pee Wee champions of the Morristown Little League were entertained Saturday afternoon, Sept: 11, by coaches Larry Casey and James Spilman at the Spilman camp, west of Morristown. Sixteen attended. Fourteen members of the 1956 graduating class of Morristown Central School attended their 15th class reunion Saturday evening (Sept. 11) along with husbands and wives which was held at Angroves Bayside Restaurant here in Morristown. Graduates there were Mrs. Roger (Janice Blackmer) Gilmer, Hammond; Mrs. Robert (Barbara Bushnell) Lutz; Malone; Mr. and Mrs. Jack (Margaret Davies) Wylie, Ogdensburg; Mrs. Robert (Virginia Emerson) Miller from the state of Virginia; Phil Gibson, Rt. 2, Ogdensburg; Mr. and Mrs. Bill (Rita Soulia) Langtry, Schuylerville; Richard Merritt, Syracuse; Sister Emmaneul, SSJ, former Cathleen Moore, now of Tupper Lake; John Miller, Ogdensburg; Dave Stout, Brier Hill; Mrs. Gary (Joan Wylie) Hyde; Massena; Ronald Wright, Morristown. Mrs. Glen Devendorf of Morristown spent three weeks visiting ANTIQUES IARE PRECIOUSI • But We Treat Each Piece of Your Furniture Brought To Us For Repair Regluing, Refinishing and Stripping Equally MARTEL'S DIP & STRIP REMOVAL OF PAINT AND VARNISH FROM WOOD AND METAL 200 Cherry St. Ogd. N.Y. OPEN MON., WED., FRI., 6-9 SAT. 8-4 We Buy & Sell Old Furniture Morristown spent three 'weeks visiting Lt. and Mrs. Robert Hawthorne and children Bobby and Shannon at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. Mrs.. Hawthorne is a daughter of the Glen Devendorf's, and Lt. Hawthorne is the son of Mrs. Loretta Hwathorne of this village. 'Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shoulette of Saunderstown, R.I. were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Devendorf. They also called on his mother, Mrs. Beulah Hudson, at Hammond. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Swift and son Gregory recently returned from a trip to Iowa City, Iowa where Greg was enrolled in a six week Environmental Science Program for high school juniors at the University of Iowa. On the return trip they visited the south central states. The Morristown United Methodist Church Sunday school will resume classes on Sunday, September 19 at 11:00 a.m. immediately following the regular morning worship service. There will be classes for nursery children age three through high school students. Birthday Sunday will be observed on September 26 for all students\\ahd teachers who have birthdays in July, August and September. The proceeds for this special birthday offering are sused to purchase books for the church school library. SAN JUAN, P.R. (AP) — Vice President Spiro T. Agnew has agreed to become chief Washington troubleshooter for the nation's gover- nors, and he began the task by assuring them a voice as the administration drafts new wage-price restraints. Agnew, who addresses the opening session of the 63rd National Governors Conference today, extended President Nixon's^ invitation to the conference executive committee to meet with the President at the White House on Thursday. He said Nixon -wants to discuss with the nine committee members the system of economic restraints that will be instituted after the current wageprice freeze ends on Nov. 12. Gov. Warren E. Hearns of Missouri, the conference chairman, complained of a breakdown in relations between state and federal government. The executive committee Sunday asked Agnew to take full charge of liaison and state problems with Washington. Hearnes. said Agnew agreed. \We need a troubleshooter,\ said Hearnes. President Nixon already had designated Agenew his administration's liaison man with governors, but the assignment had been handled day-to- NO DELIVERY CHARGE BALTIMORE (AP) — They weren't magic carpets, but three Persian rugs were spirited out of a downtown depart- ment store—under the arms of three men. A clerk at the store said he saw the men leaving with the rugs, but thought Ihey had been purchased. The rugs were valued at $8,269. day by Nils A. Roe, former governor of South Dakota, who resigned to become a judge of the U.S. Customs Court. Hearnes told the governors today that Congress and the federal bureaucracy have been unwilling to fashion a new partnership with the states. \Instead of a new federalism, we are witnessing an accelerating and adverse alteration of existing intergovernmental relationships in this country,\ the Missouri Democrat said. Nixon, meanwhile, acted to reassure the governors that the administration is not shelving^- although it is post- poning—the welfare reform and reveriuesharing programs most of them advocate. On the eve of the conference, ad- vocates of independence for Puerto Rico staged a mass march past the El San Juan Hotel, where the governors are meeting, and rallied nearby, police estimates of the peaceful demonstration ranged up to 25,000. For more than an hour, the demonstrators marched past the hotel on an avenue lined with.police. They waved Puerto Rican flags, and some chanted \Yankee go home.\ MARTIN AAARTEL AUCTIONEER Priva te & Commercial Estates Graduate of Reppert oO3-2262 School of Auction , v DMI Fresh S Fruit Flavors V. SWISS STYLE YOGURT For snacks, desserts, salads— orarrieah Here's the anytime treat you'll love. DarwLean Yogurt. Put some fun in your life, (It's 99% fat-free and you know how that helps.) TODAY IS THE DAYOF THE CAT. SEE ALLTHE NEW 72V AT YOUR MERCURY DEALER. / r 4 Mercury Montego A new personal-size Mercury with the riding comfort of a big car. 10 models include wagons and a fastback GT. Shown Montego MX Brougham with optional luxury wheel covers and vinyl roof. This is just a sampling of the complete lineup of new 1972's at your Mercury dealer. Not shown are: The better luxury sports car, Mercury Cougar. The better medium- priced car, Mercury Monterey. Plus a full line of Mercury wagons. See them all today, The Day of the Cat at your Mercury dealer. Better ideas make better cars. At the sign of the cat. Mercury Marquis. The most distinctive styling in the medium-priee class. Combined with a ride that has been de\monstral\ii in tcot alter test as one of the finest in the .'.odd Shown: Marquis Brougham ,\ith optional Twin Comfort Lounge Seats. Abetter idea fbrsafety:Buckle up!. Mercury Comet. The better small car proves its mettle. High mileage,owners interviewed for a TV commercial report great durability, comfbrtand economy. Exterior Decor Group (shown) is optional. COLLINS MOTOR SALES Corner Route 37 & Canton Road

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