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I- PjLgc 6 Sec. I —— The Tribune-PreM, Gouverneur, N.Y March 1, 1972 f • . - Snowstorm causes inconvenience to visitors in Harrisville area DEATHS By GRACE HOOPER The snow and windstorm that visited Harrisville and vicinity, Feb. 19 caused much in- convenience, as many people were snowed in Mr and Mrs Donald Fraser, Hoosac Tunnel, Mass were stranded at the home \of her parents, Mr. jmd Mrs Alvah Koster from Feb. 19 to 22. Mr and Mrs. Melvin Hooper, • Waddington, visited his mother, Mrs Bilo Hooper Feb. 19 Mr Hooper stayed with his mother while Mr*. Hooper left for Watertown to pick up their daughter Jane, who is attending school there. Before Mrs Hooper reached Natural Bridge, she had to turn back She stopped at the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Edward Hooper. They hadn't planned-to stay up, so Mr Hooper did not bring his medication. His 'grandson, Wayne Hooper broyght it Sunday morning by snowmobile. * <. We should be thankful- that we have snow plows to clear the roads at least I can remember when we had such a storm, the farmers had to hitch their teams to hand plows and follow up with old fashioned iron kettles to round the narrow paths Just try walking to school in those narrow paths! Edward Hooper and Kevin spent the evening of Feb. 21 with his mother, Mrs Bilo Hooper Mrs. Kenneth Lombard, Syracuse, was a recent guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ted Premo Their daughter Jo Marie was named to the Deans List at Syracuse University for the fall semester Orra Finley's \barn on tne Harnsville-Fine Road burned Feb 20, ten horses, five cows and farm* machinery we're lost in the blaze Miss Sandra Manchester was a guest of friends in Croghan for several days last week Mrs. Charlie Coloney returned Feb 19 from the Gouv.emeur hospital where she has been a patient since Jan 2$....., .. Mr and Mrs David Schryer, Hudson Falls, were guests Feb. 19 to 23, of her parents Mr and Mrs Charlie Coloney They also visited his parents, Mr and Mrs. Schryer, Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Coloney accompanied their daughter and- son-in-law home. Mrs Coloney will recuperate «K the home of her daughter Mrs. Casper LaCross attended a*bridal shower for Miss Donna Lobdell, of Canton feb 21, at the home of Mr and Mrs Wayne Manchester, Pitcairn Forks Mr and Mrs VincerU Willard, Gouverneur, and Miss Ann Pike, were Feb 22 evening guests of. Mr and Mrs. Edward Hooper, the occasion being their daughter. Karen's 16th birthday. Mrs Donald Fraser, of Hoosac Tunnel. Mass and her mother Mrs. Alvah Koster called on Mrs. Bilo Hooper. Feb 19. Mrs Alvah Koster called on Mrs Eva Van Brocklin at the Carthage Area Hospital Feb. 22 Mrs Van Brockhn's condition is improved. Mrs Loren Manchester received*word that the home of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Thomas at Natural Bridge and its contents burned Feb 20 The parents and five children were at home. Mr. Thomas' father, Harry Thomas was living with them and burned friisL feet badly trying to escape. He is staying with his son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs. Loren Manchester, Pitcairn Forks, for the present Mr and Mrs Harold Bassett left Feb 19 for Florida for a three week vacation Mrs Carol Stevens and Mrs. Bernice Mclntosh hosted a surprise stork shower for Mrs. Lynn Bechler, Feb 21. at the home of Mrs Stevens. Those attending were Mrs Betty Mantle, Mrs Alice Hooper, Mrs Suzan Vincent, Mrs Helen Vrooman, Mrs Beryl Benson and Mrs Sheryl Clark This will be Mrs Bechlers seventh baby and this was her first baby shower: Mrs Ross Wicks made the cake Mr. and Mrs. Michael Vincent have purchased a house on Nfain Street, Harrisville from Jlay Richer ; \Go my son and shut the shutter \ This I heard a mother mutter \Shutter's shut\ the boy did mutter, '*! can't shut'er any shutter / / ST. PATRICKS DANCE FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 9 P. M TO 1 A. M BALLROOM EVERGREEN HOTEL CRANBERRY LAKE All LEGAL KVERAGES SERVED • • • # Musk by ... > Mark Watson & The Cheatin Hearts katfit Ntwto* Fdb Fire D«p«te«t DISCOUNT Ml L MAIN ST.. GOUVttHEWt N. Y. REG. 97c SPECIALS OPEN MON. • THURS.. 9 - 5:30; TO. 9 - 9: SAT. 9-5:30 MonofHaroent fishing line Hib.^ool 50-LB. TEST ALL-DAY PROTECTION MELAMINE DINNERWARE SERVICE;FOR 8 ( Dishwasher Safe Break-Resistant Year Guarantee REG 16.88 GILLETTE 8 RIGHT GUARD' DEODORANT SPRAY 7 •!. %\%% REG 1T9 . 7-OZ. JOHNSON'S AQUA NET* HAIR SPRAY C REG 49c 13-OZ. SIZE GLADE AIR FRESHENER 59c Guaranteed to dissolve grease, hair, paper, rags & ALL Organic matter Safe for ALL drains, pipes and septic tanks •JUT KEG 187 Ye*, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for Thou art with me; Thy rod and Thy staff they comfort me. Psalm* 23 14 x :. Mrs. Nettie Knight* The funeral for Mrs Nettie F. Knight, 336 East Main Street, was held Thursday at the §prague Funeral Home with Rev. Stanley E Brown, pastor of the United Methodist Church, officiating. - Burial will be in Hailesboro > Cemetery in the spring Mrs Knight died Feb 21 in the E J Noble Hospital where she had been a patient since Jan 28. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs Joseph (Margaret) Hornick. North • Syracuse. Mrs. Alexander (Dorothea) Longo, Syracuse;. Mrs Gary (Carolyn) Hall, Johnstown'Road, three sons, Francis, Oswego; John Jr., JSchaumburg, 111.; Donald, Red Creek; one stepson, George Knight, Lathan; 28 grand- children; two great-grand- children; two sisters, Mrs. Flprence Gravel, North Bangor, Mrs Georgina Bresett, Fowler, and two brothers,\ Thomas Patton, Fowler, and James Patton, Gouverneur. . Born Oct. 9. 1902, she was a daughter of the late Abner and Laura Oakes Patton. She was married to John Knight May 25, 1921 in the parish house of St. Mark's Episcopal Church, . Malone. Rev William Sillaman <»ificiated. ., . Following their marriage the couple farmed in the Gouverneur area In 1948 they purchased the Nancy Tamblin farm on the Peabody Road where they continued to live' until Mr. Knight's death in 1958. Mrs. Knight moved to Gouverneur where she was employed as a custodian by the Gouverneur Central System. She was also employed in the laundry of the E. J. Noble Hospital for a time. . Mrs. Martha Peck The funeral for Mrs. Martha Peck, 77, of Harrisville, will be this afternoon (Wednesday) at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Francis LaPlante, Harrisville, RD 1. Rev. Stanley E. Brown, pastor -of United Methodist Church, Gouverneur, will of- ficiate. 3urial will foe in Hailesboro Cemetery in the spring. • . . Mrs. Peck, widow of Floyd D. Peck, formerly of Fowler, died Sunday at 6:30 p.m. in Carthage Area Hospital. Survivors include her daughter, Mrs.. Francis (Leona) LaPlante; three sons, James Peck, Syracuse, Richard Peck, Catskill and Warren Peck, Harrisville, RD. 1; nine grand- children, and four great- grandchildren. Born July 31, 1894. in the Town of DeKalb, daughter of Nathan C. and Mary' Miller Fields, she attended school at Hailesboro and was marrfed to Floyd D. Peck. March 20, 1918, in Gouverneur First Presbyterian Church. Rev. W. F. Skinner of- ficiated. Mr and Mrs P^ck farmed in the Towns of Russell, Gouver- neur and Fowler. Mr. Peck, who was also employed by W H. Loom is Talc Co. and Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp., died Oct. 31, 1954. Mrs. Florence Stevenson The funeral for Mrs. Florence (Bnggs* Stevenson. 87. formerly a Gouverneur resident, was held Friday evening in Scotia Rev D. Harold J. Schut. pastor of First Reformed Church. Scotia, of- ficiated Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery in the spring with a prayer service officiated by Rev Stanley Brown, pastor of the United Methodist Church Mrs Stevenson, a native of Rossie. died Feb 22 after a long illness She was bom July 19. 1884 a daughter of Roland and Abi '•Hanson Bnggs She is survived by a -son. Charles R Straight Scotia a stepson. Richard Stevenson. Gouverneur two stepdaughters. Mrs Michael ^Betty Kennedy. Gouverneur and Mrs ^Rofc *A:ice Becker Oear*ater F'a two grandchildren 4 great- grandchildren and a mece Mrs Mack iMaryann Helvie -Gouv- errjeur bne was the w-.do* of Herbert G Stevenson a retired New York Central conductor He died Aug id. JTD? Memonai contributions may be made ,to the .iocai Heart Association Mrs Pauline Burt ' QUALITY MERCHANDISE AT DISCOUNT PRICES •The funeral tor Mrs Burt \T Uuca «*as heid Friday at ihe Burr-Green Funerai Hone ir. Henri or. Rev Wayne L PeLkey pr>e?t jr. charge of St AugwS'.me Ep:sccpa. M.ss.or. offxiated Sprng t*ir>*. «-.•; be .r. Herrr.or Orrt*er> Mr? Bart a na::ve of Rjssei: d.ec »r. A Sartor Hep^-rr. g Fet> 22 her ard are a <or Jarr.es of Hermon; six grandchildren, nine , great-grandchildren and a sister, Mrs Mayvis Smith, Rochester. Born in Russell March 2, 1894, a daughter of James and Florence Harmer Dain, she was graduated from Russell High School and iiom the teachers' training class and taught school. Later, she was employed by McPhee's Jewelry Store, Canton After her marriage to Mayon* Burt, the couple lived in New York City before moving to Utica 40 years ago. She was a member of the Russell O.E.S. chapter and of the Episcopal Church, Hermon. • Howard J. Sheen The funeral (or Howard J. Sheen, 76, of Core^\ Pa., was held y in St. Thomas Church, rey Burial was in Corey Mr. Sheen, Gouverneur native and retired school administrator, died Friday in Corey Memorial Hospital. Surviving-are his* widow, Mrs. Ruth H. Sheen; and two sisters, Mrs Mabel Leahy and Miss Marion Sheen, both \of East Main St., Gouverneur Born at Gouverneur Sept, 30, 1895. son of Daniel and Matilda Lavack Sheen, he was graduated from Gouverneur High School and from St Lawrence Cniversity in 1919. Active in sports, he was captain of his football team at St. Lawrence. Mr Sheen moved to Corey after completing college and had retired from the post of school principal in 1960. He married the former Ruth Hall Aug. 13, 1924. PREPARED FOR HEAT AND POWER FAILURE art Dtnnis (right) and Robin Nichols, %on%jyi Mr. and ^rs. Leonard Nichols, with thtir igloo at 157 Grove Street. Oscar A. Hendricks The. funeral for Oscar A. Hendricks, 52. Hermon, was held Tuesday at the Green Funeral Home in Hermon with Rev. Charles E. Starr, pastor of Hermon United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial was in Porter Hill Cemetery. Mr. Hendricks, a former Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp. employee, died Sunday at 7:15 p.m. in Canton Edward John Noble Hospital i Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Patrick (Linda) Sheedy, Groveland Station, and Mrs. Gary (Gloria) Kowski, Dunkirk; one granddaughter; a sister, Mrs. Earl (Dorothy) Willard, and one brother, Kenneth Hendricks, both of Hermon. Born at Hermon Aug. 7, 1919, son of Gilbert and Lodema Sheldon Hendricks, he attended Hermon schools and was em- ployed by Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp., Benson Mines, until illness forced his retirement. His marriage to Juanita Blandin ended in separation. ByNORMASITTS Mr and Mrs. Ronald Raven and sons spent Feb 16 with Mr and Mrs Archie Downing and Mr and Mrs Donald Raven. . Claude Hutton was pleasantly surprised Feb. 11 when he received 27 birthday cards from his friends and neighbors. A bridal shower was held at the home of Mrs. Gary Downings, Feb 17 for Mrs. Duarie Downing. Guests present were Mrs. Donna Bayne. Mrs. Mabel Taggart. Mrs Alice Warren. Mrs Lois *~Srrate and Laura, Mrs Dorothy Fox. Mrs Maude Downing, Mary Murdock and the hostesses Mrs. Gary Downing and Mrs Harvey Downing Congratulations to the newly wed couple. John Huntley, Clarkson College, spent the Feb 18 weekend w|th the Harvey Downings. . Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hutton and Scott, were Feb.- 22 evening visitors-of Mr. and -Mrs. Jack Sitts. Mr and Mrs. Donald Bush and daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bishop Wednesday evening Joan, Julie and Janie remained with their grand- mother for the rest of the week. .Mrs. Edward Emrich and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Emrich, Susan and Amy, visited Betsy Emrich at Potsdam, Feb. 22. Mr and Mrs. Claude Powers and Mr. and Mrs. James Blance and Noreen, spent Wednesday with Mrs. John Hill, Calcium. Betty Lou Hanna, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Know 1 ton and Erin and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dunning were Feb 20 visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hughtos Coming Events WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1 7:3Q p.m. — Free film program, Court Room, Municipal Build- ing. . . . 7:30 p.m. —Duplicate Bridge CKib game, community room, Bank of Gouverneur. 8:00 p.m. — Gouverneur Eastern AJ Cooperative membership unit to hold ajinual meeting at Odd Fellows Hall THURSDAY, MARCH 2 -7:00 p.m. — Richville TOPS. United Church 7:00 p.m. — Gouverneur TOPS, community room Bank \f Gouverneur \ 7:00 p.m. '— Marble City Losers TOPS. Parish House Metho- dist Church .- 830 p.m — Alcoholics Anonymous. Undercroft. Gouverneur Trinity Church t FRIDAY, MARCH 3 9 p.m. - 1 — Round and square dancv. Pope Mills Grange Haii, music by Northern Hillbillies SATURDAY. MARCH 4 Card Party at Russell Grange Hall, bring sandwiches or doughnuts 7:30 p.m — Gouvemeur Rescue Squad card party, at Rescue Squad building. Refreshments wUl be served. JS 00 p.m. — Pedro card party at Somerville Community Cen- ter, bnng sandwiches or doughnuts 9 X p.m — S;las Wa;nwnght Post No 633S danre for mem- bers and sponsored guests Music by Ivar. Haie and his Country Rejects from Philadelphia SUNDAY. MARCH 5 3 y> pm — Spaghetti and meatball dinner American Home Pest rS3 2 y p.m — Yoga classes. Rriya Yoga House Routej 11 and S~ DeKaib June:.or. 1 p m. - 1 —??JXK and Country Westerr. I>ar>ce at G-iezls Vav. err, Oenensburg Canadian and Iocai bands Benefit of Hear: Pand MONDAY, MARCH 6 Rensselaer Fa!,? Grange Hail, public card party ,\ >* p m D>et Worktop. Gouveroeur presbytenan Church \ 30 p nv P.-ssei: Sen^wen TOPS Methocts: O-urcr. TUESDAY. MARCH 7 12 norr — Rotary Club meeting ' 1 X« prv -- Go-verne*jr Horn* Burea- meeting ir. caromar;t> roorr. &'*r.* of Gojvemeur Ca.i Mrs Charter for further detaiii * y. PJTL — Diet Workshop Star Laxe Presbyt«-.ar. Qvurcr. ' \ y p ~. - Fr.er>diy TOPS of Gojvemeux Undercroft Trin- it> Churcn r y p~ — IMaster Mason Degree at Trinity Ave Teav'«- ty ojiler JLJ^FT** 6 3D * s - « — B.n &AVE THE DATE Fa*U Craft Qub me-tirxg Cor.tra dime at £ J Nob* News Notes Mr and Mrs Jack Sitts and children visited Mrs Thomas Scott. .Norwood, Thursday Rabbie and Sara stayed with their aunt and uncle till the weekend Mr and Mrs William Parker moved to the Shannon apart- -jnents in Gouverneur the first of February for the rest of the winter Mrs Eddie Kittle called on the Parkers Feb 16 Charles Merritt was a Feb. 20 dinner guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Merritt. ASTRO-ANAIVSIS Sonia McGinnte HOROSCOPE FOR THE WEEK OF FEB. 27, 1972 LIBRA ISept 23-Oct 22) Try to best utilize your time so that equal time is given to both work and social activities. You function better after set- ting standards, be pro- ductive. SCORPIO (Oct 23-Nov 21) Be cautious about taking . others into close confi- dence; something may backfire. Keep things on a light, carefree basis. Avoid bickering with mate or partner. SAGITTARIUS ' (Nov 22- Dsc 21) Be sure you haven't overlooked paying that important bill. Re- evaluate your budget and on a rigid savings program. You can efficiently produce results now. . CAPRICORN (Dec 22- Jan 20) This can be a most productive week if you .-make the effort. Harmonious planetary aspects provide you with .incentive to surge forward, use good judgment in * investments. AQUARIUS (Jan21-Feb 19) You may have to handle family members with kid gloves. Try to avoid dis- sension by airing out your views to a kind, under- standing outsider whose opinion you respect. PISCES (Feb 20-Mar 20) Take a good objective look at yourself and see where there's room for improve- ment. Your potential for ocn;evement \is above par. Start a good project. ARIES (Mar 21-Apr 19) * You can add to your pre- sent financial status by putting .your ' .active imagination to work, but slow down the pace as week progresses. Not a good week to provoke others, let them take the lead. TAURUS (Apr 2OI4ay 20) Your present knack for problem-solving can pro- vide lasting, favorable results. Decide how to best deal with pending situation, then use your know-how. <- GEMINI (May 21*June 21) Overlook the shortcomings of others; you may not see eye to eye, but a patient attitude can be advantage- ous. Keep socially act* ive, you are appealing to the opposite sex. CANCER (Jun 22-July 21) Show parents special at- tention. Good family relations are a must now, do your share to strengthen ties. Good news may present itself from distant source. LEO (July 22-Aug 21) Conserve your energies for a worthwhile cause. Plan a wise course, then work steadfastly in that direct- ion. Your insight and perceptiyeness is keen. • VIRGO (Aug 22-S«pt 22) You can benefit by taking a trip to distant locale. Don't procrastinatt, get busy with those plans that can change your whole out* look. Qwe Jle* A ^ A &rft Of Lev* TK«t WiV fedwr* TWIN-CM AMON0, IO-<C»r.t Wfcrt* Of 5**5LE-DIAMONO. 10-IUr.f .- t19.fl 14-KA ,.T «OU> N BCdUSrvt WIDtWIDTH STYUS ALSO. .. IANOS WITH SI — Perj-y *u\pper at Americar. d guesta. S by Horn* Mermen

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