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The journal. (Ogdensburg, N.Y.) 1971-current, November 04, 1971, Image 15

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Economist To Talk Here Russell Prickett, an international economist in the U.S. State Depart- ment's Bureau of Economic Affairs, will speak at an Ogdensburg bankers and businessmen's breakfast at Gran View, No. 9. Prickett's appearance was arranged by the Associated Colleges of the St. Lawrence Valley, an organization which includes Potsdam State, St. Lawrence University, Ciarkson College and Canton ATC. Prickett's topic will be \The For- mation of U.S. Economic Policy.\ He will also speak to various classes at Wadhams Hall. Reservations for the dutch treat, breakfast may be made through John C. Crapser at 393-3060. The breakfast will begin at 8r30 a.m. Prickett is the international economist in the Special Trade Activities and Commercial Treaties Division of the State Department's Bureau of Economic Affairs. A brief biography of Prickett follows: Russell Prickett was born in Min- nesota in 1932 - and attended Hamline University (B.A.), Harvard University (LIB) and is doing graduate work in economics at the University of Oklahoma. He is a member of the Minnesota Bar. Prickett joined the Department of State in 1959 and has served at the U.S. Mission to the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna, Austria; the American Consulate in Basel, Swit- Russel 0. Prickett zerland; on the Disarmament Advisory Staff, United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency; and as Com- mercial Attache in the American Embassy in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. He is presently an International Economist in the Special Trade Activities and Commercial Treaties Division in the State Department's Bureau of Economic Affairs. Prickett is married, has four daughters and speaks German, French and Serbo-Croatian. Ciarkson Grad Accepts G. E. Field Position SCHENECTADY—Douglas K. Jenks, a 1971 mechanical engineering graduate from Ciarkson College of Technology, Potsdam, has accepted a field engineering position with General Electric's Installation and Service Engineering Department (I&SE). Jenks has attended a ' three-week Basic Course in Schenectady, and is receiving further training in' I&SE's Field Engineering Development Center and in the field. Headquartered in Schenectady, N.Y., I&SE has a team of more than 2,200 field service engineers in more than 85 cities in the United States. The department offers the technical assistance for in- stallation, adjustment, testing, start-up and a full range of management, planning and engineering services on GE mechanical, nuclear, electrical and electronic equipment, as supplied to' defense, industry and electric utility customers. A native of Schroon Lake, Jenks is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Jenks of Schroon Lake, N.Y. He was a member of Ciarkson Automotive Association and ASME. THE JOURNAL THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 4,1971 PAGE 15 DePeyster Junior Grange Accepts Two New Members BY GRACE W. PARISH DePeyster - DePeyster Junior Grange 104 held a special' meeting Friday to confer the degree on two new members, Paul and Norma Drummond. After the meeting, a Halloween party was held. Nancy Todd and Jane Kelley judged the costumes and prizes were awarded to 5-8 years, Chad Gibbons, First; Valerie Masters, second; 9-11 years, Sean Bice, first; Korisa Todd, second; and 12-15, Bryan Bice, first and Norma Drummond, second. Mrs. Mary Woodcock. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Roberts of Gouverneur were Friday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Poor. Mrs. Poor was a dinner guest Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Neil Fanning of Richville. She also called on Mr. and Mrs. Leland Wood. TheMYF entertained area children at a Halloween party Saturday at the church. Thursday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sharpe were Mrs. Margaret Edwards of DeKalb and Carl Gilmour of Rensselaer Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Burr Huribut of North Gouverneur were Friday night guests. The next regular meeting of DePeyster Grange will be held Nov. 13 at which certificates will be presented to several long-time members by Deputy Master Clarence Poor. Student Council Attend Meeting Officers Malone Robert Todd shot an eight point buck Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Parish and Mike and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Todd and family spent Sunday at Wanakena with Mr. and Mrs. David Tracy. Mr. : and Mrs. Gerald Price and children, Mrs. Sam Price of Gouverneur and granddaughter, Pamela Price, of Balston Spa and Mrs. David Mullen and children of Gouverneur were Sunday callers at the Wilbert Parish home. Mrs. Mullen and children and her mother spent part of the afternoon with her- grandmother, Mrs. Luda Witherell and Betty at Ogdensburg. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Parish returned Thursday night from Lake Placid where they attended the annual session of New York State Grange. They were supper guests of their daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Alguire and family that evening at Old DeKalb. There will be an open house on Sunday afternoon, Nov. 14, from l to 5 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Blair on the East Road, in honor of their 50th wedding anniversary. Friends and relatives are invited. Mrs. Bessie Bloodough of Black Lake is spending a few days with her sister, Morristown — The Officers _ of the Morristown Central School Student ; Council-attended the first fall meeting for Northern New York Student Governments held at Franklin Academy High School, Malone, Oct. 28. The meeting was concerned with the following topics: 1. Ratifying of the proposed con- stitution for this organization. 2. Discussion on the amount of dues to be levied on the organization. 3. Election of a secretary. A seminar was operated on the problems facing student councils,and also the student body. One represen- tative from each school took part in one of .the seminars proposed for the session to'discuss and recommend solutions for the problems facing the student body. At the conclusion of the meeting, time was set aside for a complete report from each of the discussion groups. These results will be taken to the school systems and brought up for projects. The Officers for 1971-72 are: President, Larry Cooper; Vice- President, James Woodcock; Secretary, Dawn Ott; Treasurer, Kim Harvey. Thomas Miller, guidance director is advisor. PARK PLAZA - RT. 37 - COR. OF PATTERSON ST.| PAYS YOU To Cash Your Christmas Club Check During November SCENE FROM 'FOLKLORICO' - Tickets are available right now at Frank's for the per- formance of Folklorico by the National Dance of Mexico. Prices are $4.50 and $3.50. The group will perform NOv. 9 at the OF A auditorium under the auspices of the Ogdensburg Community Players. 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