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The Gouverneur tribune-press. (Gouverneur, N.Y.) 1959-1973, October 29, 1959, Image 14

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. <J ^^7f9T ^j^^^^^TT'^ frTTTRK FAK.MKRS Ol AMKRK V frtmi the dMlvernnir Oatral High fuhool examine the r**- fcult* ol a .dfinon*!ration »f |M»turt* iniproxero^nt carritnl on by the local F.F.A. chapter^on tht» Ralph*<<•!** lumi thi* >umnHr. \tH;itional aghriilturr offf*r> the«w ><»un^ HM»H thf background for farnJn or for »n> of the niaii> a*;rihuMiiV**e«% n m Making ><>un|f men and women with an inter- r»t in farming or with a f,»rni h*<k ground. p*hoivn in thr pi<turt» art* Roger KUpv Kenneth William >< hofrll. I Cohort t.Uiilt*. I>-*lif €'«!«• and Ralph Cole. .^ . , N.Y. Thursday, October t9, 1*69 HAUOWTIN PARTY The Ladies auxiliary of the VK W will hold a children s Halloween party on Satur- day. October 31. from 130 until 330 at the post rooms on Main street. Children of all VF.W and Auxiliary members ai^e welcome. Rensselaer Falls O.E.S. Matron \ Reports on Meeting of Grand Chapter B\ HKKNK K M\CMO\UiU Jenkins .onto. 1 Km\ w .t> weiv vM.i ti * :b at hvi on Mondav e\1 ^yinc % uT *» bridge part\ liut^t ;>la>» Mrs Nina\ Wilson. J'n/o won fer> Mi> !B«'n;:»•»•• MarM high: Mr> Klt«»n MK'IVH. and Mrs Ja> L>K\kir;>on l«»v\ Mr. and-Mi> Claivncv I\XM\ ac-' companied b\ tht'ir s*>n-;n->au arid daughter. Mr and Mi> AiU>:' Paimer and chikiit:^ .arid. -M:> . Poors st^trr. M.>* \Vi\a l>twr\ of (kHJverntur TO>K a tr;> mi*) Canada Sunda-> arid visited y\i ' Poor's aunt M:s J^M'pn Sf.a!f> who is in a hospital. , . ' Saturda> ewninc dinner L.*ue>T^ of Mrs Pearle DiCkin.M.n arui MrV Ethel McMullen. were .Mr and Jrfrv John Sipher of G«)u\ernt i ur ; Mrs. Raymond Hammond M . • accompanied b> her daughter. Mrv Robert Barne> of Hammond. were on a Trip for ihrvt j day> around New York ^ T ai* . stopping at different places ot interest j . Bible (la** i A Bible class will frv hold e\er> Fnda> morning at 1\ an. at the home of Mr> Erma Baxter. Arn- one interested is welcome to at- tend . * • Hoiiis A IV)t> accompanied b> Mrs. Nina Wilson and Mrs. Man Wrisley were luncheon guests ol Mrs. Pearle Dexter in Richvfile on\ Saturday. m , tlaftterti Star • ] The regular rrv-etini; of Lura chapter O.E.S was beldj Wedn'-s- flay evening with \V M.vflorence Bagiey and \V P Laurek i.\tie present An invitation from Fellowship lodge. F and \^ to be their $:u<»M> }Vedne*da\ eve- ning. October 28 also from De- jpeyster chapter lpr October 28/ and an invitation to attend The re- ception of Pv W ( >live ..i'orstell ; held In Massena on Saturday eve- ning. October 31 A report \\a> given by W Matron Florence Bac : .ley^on the meeting «f grand chap* ter held in New York u?\. A cov- ered dish supper was held alter the meeting ' Guests 'ot Mr and M:v l^rne Jenkins are Their sors-in-lav* and daughter. Mr and Mr> Lom> Ber- nard from Fort Mve-rv Florida. Mr. Bernard wil! sj^rxl s^mp of his vacation at the Jenkir^ camp \\buntinc - Mr. and Mrs Jav Dickinson ai- tn.f Kural Mail carriers »it -Burke <>n Salurdav and won 1 i;ue>t> til their cousins. Mr tind Mrs. Marvin Wright ot Tv'ti>t>t»>ri for the wtn*kend iMniitT pie>t> on Sunday of Mr and Mi> William C'urrv were neth Scot^ m O>;densburf on Sun- day. , * Mr and Mrs Clarence Me A Mas- ter, accompanied by Mrs. Mary Marshall ot- Madrid were quests of Mr and Mrs. Gerald Coons. in Potsdam on Sunday The\ McAllis- ters were celebrating their 41st wedding anniversary Weekend guests of Mr. and .Nlrs Grant Crysler was their • grandson. Lauren Glidden of Og- their Mrx *ht-ir 'c James ami his A\ije. Mr and ld Curr> o\ Heuvelton. •. Miss Hah. Curr> of own Slunibrr Fart> Miss N>»iTTM Carpt*nter enter- T.iin«*ii h\ dinner and a- slumber TVLII t> Sv.turdav night • Norma's irue**^ vsefe the Misses Judy King. Ka!f > Krllv and Connie Kell> . ail •; Canton In the evening the pan> wen! f<» DeKalb Junction lor n»ilrr skating Pinner guests on Sunday of ,Mr and Mrs George Ginn was their daughters Mrs Dorothy Crey of oudfnybur'k:. Mr and 'Mrs. x Claire Ginn and tamih ot Norwood were afternoon guests. Mr and Mrs. Edmund Griffith, accompanied b> Mt-s. Griffith's son and wile. Mr' and Mrs. Har- old Carpenter visited Mrs. Gnf- . Mr. and Mrs N K Bennett called on *Mi>s AUce^ Kice in .De- Kalb Junction on Sunday Out of town callers ol Mr*. Ber- nice MacMonagle the {>ast week were Mrs. Alberta Glidden and son. Lauren, from OKden^burg. and Mrs. George Daw lev of Can- 1 ton. Jehovah's Witnesses The Gouverneur congregation of Jehovah s Witnesses has made final arrangements for the visit this week ol Harold J Weidner. special traveling minister of the Watchlower Bible and Tract So- ciety Charles A Merntt. presid- ing minister of the local congre- gation states that the weeks special activity began Tuesday evening. October £7. at 7:30 p.m.. lev jn Star Lake hospital on Sun- day Mrs Ripley is a patient at the hospital, recovering from burn> Several from here left Saturday for tne woods tor the hunting. Among them were Lome Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs M> ron Jenkins and Mr and Mrs, Arthur Bill. \Mr and Mrs Lauren Lytle. Mrs Lawrence Phillips. Mrs. Morrison Duwe Mrs Howard Woodcock and Mrs Mildred Childs attended the barbecue bajiquet held at the Can- on Central school on Thursday :ught This was* ^ven bv the teachers association to the mem- ber> ot the board of education and new teacher*. N^r and Mrs. Lytle were gue>ts. . * Mrs Alberta Glidden of Ogdens- burtr and her house guest, ^red Backus a cousin trom Denver. Colorado, and former native of KiisM\M .wer* 1 recent callers of Mrs Glidden s parents, Mr. Snd Mi^ Gran! Civster. /Cailer> on Sunday of Mrs. Em- ma BaxTer were her sisVer. Mrs. >\varr Smithers. a niece. Mrs Lvie Smithers and Flovd Hill, all of Heuvj'lton. Mr. Snd Mrs Ro\ Winters and Mr> Anna Creighton called on tneir cousins. Mr and Mrs. Ken- Look at her go t in perfect fitting Buster Brown shoes • because she has a smart mother BUSTER BROWN 7n£ JBfST fJR c~5f$ F5ET # CARBONES Shoe Store held Thursday evenings. Saturday evening at 8 o'clock Mr. Weidner will conduct *'New Things Learned\. , a\ program showing the importance jpt know- ledge and its correct application in a Christian's life. The highlight of Mr. Weidner's visit will be on Sunday. November 1. 1959. at 3:00 p.m.. when he will speak >*on \Walking Wisely in a Wicked World ' All meetings will be held at the Kingdom Hall at 19 Park street. Mr. Weidner is circuit super- visor of New York Circuit No. 6. and has oversight ojf 22 congrega- tions that comprise the circuit which extends from Johnstown to Oneida and from Oneonta to Mas- sena Mr Weidner vVas ordained in 1940 He served as the presid- ing minister m Hamilton. Ohio un- til he -became assigned to the position of circuit minister in this area.~~ % Yi.W. Auxiliary News The annual membership contest jof the Ladies Auxiliary to trie Vet- erans of Foreign Wars is under- way with Mrs Betty Markwick as captain of the red team and 'Mrs Gertrude Simmons, blue team captain. The contest will end in Decem- ber with members of the losing .Jeam iurnishine a covered dish dinner for the winners. Several members of the local post and auxiliary attended the County Council -meeting ' Sundav at Saranac Lakf Auxiliary members attending were Dons Rumble. Grace John- son. Gertrude Simmons. V ranees Barr M:idred Gassett. Audrey Klock and Clara Reynolds. Post m^mbers- were Jerry Allen. G<-oree Gasmen. James Bellinger and Earl Klock. . . SAVE 10 West Hermon Airman Home From Labrador By NANCY 8TKVENS West Jlermon — A 3c Merritt Stevens is spending part of a 34 day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Theron Stevens. He has spent the past eleven months at an Air Force base near Hapsdale. Labrador. The-local WSCS members were invited to join with the Hermon and Russell units in a meeting at Russell Methodist church last Tuesday evening. The next meet- ing of our local society will be November 12 at Mrs. Theron Stev- ens This will be a dinner meeting Mr and Mrs Richard Tulley of Macomt) spent Sunday with their mother. Mrs. Beulah Hooper. Mrs B^ilah Hooper entertained several neighborhood Jadi£\s by having a demonstration party at her home last* Monday night. Those from here attending the Purina suppeK at Xdw\ards last Friday nfght were Mr. and Mrs. James Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Stan- ley Mornll. s.r.. and Mr and Mrs Theron, Stevens and son Timothy. Several prizes were given by, the Purina company which included a pair of checkerboard print wens\ shorts and womerv* checkerboard print apron. Leonard Fuller of Ed- wards won the shorts and Mrs. Theron Stevens, the apron. Guests of Mr and Mrs. Theron Stevens last Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gardner of Gouver- neur i Miss Jane Gardner of Syra-* cuse. Mr and Mrs Philip Paige and children of Haiiesboro. Harold Gotham jr. of-Hermon and Mr. and Mrs. Grant Aldrich and daugh- ters of Gouverneur. Mrs. Theron Stevens and sons made a tour of^ seaway las*t Saturday and ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs Raymond Mouthrop oL Canton. POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT VOTE FOR IVAN BENNETT , j APPRECIATION CLASS Music Appreciation class ,; in the Adult t-aucation program . will hold its first session of the I season Thursday. October 2^ at ; 7:30 p.m. at the home of the in- ' slructor. Mrs Ruth^ B. Warwick.! 72 Rock Island Street. ' I Here's our > Christmas Catalog Cover The better -fitting napkin you can wear and forget. ^ 10c Ferns Coupons from the Kiddies! Mom 1 Dad! LOOK for thiskrijhtlf • colored cover # with the are redeemable at i^e Saurtary Products Department m ^ <yj stores. KINNEY'DRUGS Tvt 29 M*m J~or J own up crvisor ELECT THE CANDIDATE HIGHLY QUAUFIED TO PERFORM THE DUTIES OF THIS RESPONSIBLE POSITION! • Town Superintendent of Highways for Over S^ven Years. • Successful Dairy Farmer. • Farm Implement Salesman. • Veteran of World War I. • Life-long resident of this area. VOTE FOR EXPERIENCE! .'\ VOTE FOR ACHIEVEMENT! 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