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The Gouverneur tribune-press. (Gouverneur, N.Y.) 1959-1973, March 08, 1972, Image 14

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4 S«c 2—TWTribun^Prai, Gouverneur. NY. March 8, 1972 — •* i Of Social and Personal Interest MR. ANDMRS. RICHARD J. NACE Children honor parents on silver anniversary Mr and Mrs Richard J Nace, Hailesboro, were honored at a family party held Feb. 20 in • observance of their 25th wedding anniversary The affair was arranged by their three children. Miss Alice Brown, daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Earl Brown, Gouverneur, and Richard J Nace, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Nace. Poughkeepsie, were married in the United . Methodist Church in Gouverneur, Feb 20, 1947 with Rev. Harold Thomas, then pastor, officiating. Attending the couple were Joyce Nace Hadfield. sister of the groom, Electa Brown Barker, Around Town . Gouverneur Morris \'Chapter DAR will meet at 2 p.m. Friday, March 17, at the home of Mrs. Hilliard Seaker, Natural Dam Road. Mrs. Everett Latham will present a program on Hawaii following the business meeting. Mr and Mrs Charles Wood- ward and sons, Wayne and Wade, of Rochester spent the weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs. Allen Woodward, Little Bow Road. Mrs. Ellen WiUard and children, Heuvelton spent Saturday with her parents. sister of the bride, and Frederick Nace, brother of the groom. Mr and Mrs Nace are the parents Q( three children, Mrs. Dorothy Rose, Gouverneur; •David Nace, Millhouse, Conn., and Evelyn Nace. Schenectady. They have two grandchildren. Mr Nace has been employed by the International Talc Com- pany since their marriage. Mrs Nace was formerly em- ployed by the Gouverneur Savings and Loan Rotarians appoint executive assistant Members of the Gouverneur Rotary Club have voted to become a 500 per cent Rotary Foundation Club with a donation of $300 In other business at the Feb 29 meeting it was resolved that Past *District Governor W B. George be appointed executive assistant to the Governor of District 704 for the year 1972-73 and until his successor is appointed. • •* Girl Scout Sunday March 12 is Girl Scout Sunday. Girl Scouts are urged to attend the church of their choice dressed in uniform THE^DIET WORKSHOP this time your diet can ivark! Too needn't deny yourvlf iln- pleosuir<. of Thr toble We'll teach you thr qour met way of loiinq pound oqe H you re r»ody for o cww lift <>iylt- and per mo ncnT wticjht control, coll 287-0517 ' MISS MARCIA ROBERTSON Miss Robertson plans wedding Donald Robertson of Star Lake has announced the engagement of his daughter. Marcia Jean, to Maurice Iaquinta. son of Mrs. Arnold Porteous, also of Star Lake Miss Robertson, 1971 valedictorian of Cliflon-Fine Central School, is attending the State University of New Platz where she is majoring in art Mr. Iaquinta, a 1970 graduate of Clifton-Fine Central School is a hospital apprentice in the US Navy, presently stationed at the Great Lakes Naval Hospital Corps School No date has been set for the wedding , MISS MARIE VALUER Miss plans wedding Mrs Bruce Williams, Star Lake, announces the engagement of her daughter, Marie Ellen Vallier to Gary Lee Christian of Star Lake. Miss Vallier is a 1970 graduate of the Clifton-Fine Central School. Mr Christian is a 1968 graduate of Clifton-Fine Central School and is employed at Star Lake Fuels. Inc. No date has been set for the wedding A doctor who operates on himself has a fool for a patient. It 8 an old saying, Mit it's never made more sense There are some jobs in life that you just don't tackle by yourself. 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And, if we make any error in the preparation of your tax return that costs you any interest -_^ or penalty on additional taxes due, while we do not assume the liability for the additional taxes, we will pay that in- terest and penalty. Our one time fee en- titles you to year 'round tax service and assistance Come to the company that more than 7 million Amen cans placed their con- fidence in last year Come to the people who will fill out your inert income tax return efficiently, quickly, confidentially Come to H It R Block DONT LET AN AMATEUR DO H** BLOCK'S JOB. H&R Block. MR ANDMRS OLIVER L*FAVE JAISS WANDA PITT$ Children honor parents Couple plans / on 40th anniversary fall weddingV MR. AND MRS. VERNON WAINWRIGHT (Conway Photo) Miss Clara Curcio wed A to Vernon Wainwright Miss Clara Curcio. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ermando Curcio, Gouverneur was married on Feb. 26 to Vernon Wainwright, son of Weldon Wainwright Gouverneur. and tjie late Helena Wainwright. Msgr. McCarthy officiated at the double ring ceremony held in St. James Church. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length beige gown. She carried daisies and pink roses. Miss Jeannie frstolesi, cousin of the bride, was matron of honor. Her full length gown was purple and she carried a basket of yellow daisies Albert Redmond was best man and Stanley Wainwright. brother of the groom, and Ronnie Roberts, a brother-in-law, were ushers A reception was held at the Palms Restaurant following the ceremony \Mr. and Mrs. Franklin W Pitts. Antwerp, announce the engagement oi their daughter, Wanda Jeanne, to James R Sands, son of Mr .and Mrs. Russell Sands, also of Antwerp Miss Pitts is a senior at Indian Raver Central School Mr. Sands was graduated from Indian River Central School in 1968 and is employed at Robbins Hardware, Antwerp A fall wedding is planned. FOUR GENERATIONS of the family of Mrs. Alms Paro, DeKalb Junction were together recently. Left to right are her son, Erwin Paro, her great-grandson Mike Paro, Mrs. Paro and her grandson Gary Paro. Fowler News File By CINDY FULLER „ • Mrs Ernest Clement Jr. un- derwent surgery on her knee March 2 at the HoTise of Good Samaritan Hospital, Watertown. Mr and Mrs. Peter Ayen and daughter. Gouverneur. were Feb. 27 caller of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Bickford Mr. and Mrs. William Lutz and boys attended the snowmobile races and Rally Day at Edwards. Feb 27. Mrs William Lutz and Billy attended the Cub Scout Blue and Gold banquet at Fowler School Feb 27 Mr and Mrs Alvin Phelps were Feb 29 callers of Mr and Mrs Donald Salisbury. Mrs Harry Salisbury and Mrs. Doreen Rotundo. Gouverneur. were March 2 callers of Mr and Mrs Donald Salisbury Mr and Mrs Howard Shippee and family were Feb 27 callers of Mr and Mrs James Blance, Pope Mills Mr and Mrs Howard Shippee and David attended the Cub Scout Blue and Gold banquet at Fowler School. Feb 27 David received his Bear Badge Danxiy Kelley Canton spent the Feb 26 weekend with nis parents and celebrated his bir- thday which occurred Feb 29 Mr and Mrs Donajd FinJey received a telephone call Feb 27 from their son and daughter-in- law m Gloucester Mass leliing them that they have purchased a home Mr and Mrs James Fuller and giris were Feb 26 callers of Mr and Mrs Orvis Fuller Heuve'ltor. Mr and Mrs Dor*aid Finle> spent the Feb 26 weekend with Mr and Mrs Ed Tber.auh a: the;r camp a: Hick on Lake Mr and Mrs Ed Thenauft and Donald F;nie> attended the SnovrrTiOb:>e Rally Day at Ed- i «cards Fet T They were supper g-jests a: *j* FinJey home Mr and M« Dor*aid F.r.e> ca>d :.r. Mrs Manor. Harirarry and Sccrt tr>d Zhck Coie Y*b 7& called Feb. 28 on Mrs Thomas Andrews. Mr and Mrs Alvin Phelps spent the Feb 26 weekend with their son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Mike June, North Syracuse MISSCATHERINE FINCH Miss Finch to sing in college recital Miss ~ Catherine Finch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Finch, Oswegatchie. will be taking part in a Sophomore Recital series at 12 noon, March 8 at the Crane Recital Hall in Potsdam She will be singing two French compositions, \II est doux. II est lion\ from the opera \Herodiade\ by Massenet, and \Fleur Jetee'\by Faure Miss Finch, a graduate of Clifton-Fine Central School. Star Lake, and presently a music education major at the Crane School of Music, successfully •passed the LEVEL II exam last November Mr and Mrs Obver LaFave, Harnsville. celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary on Feb. 26th at a party given by their 10 children, at the home of their son- ii»law and daughter. Mr. a«d Mrs Ross Youngs Sixty relatives and friends attended including the couple's 22 grandchildren The cake, made by their daughter Mrs. Youngs, was decorated in white with red roses and red decorations, with while swans in the pool beneath the bridge - •, Mr LaFave who was employed at the St Regis paper mill in Harnsville until its closing in 1957, also worked for Hoover's Couple spending week in Bahamas Mr and Mrs Fred Otto, Johnstown Road, left Friday to spend a week in the Bahamas as the guests of the New Idea Company ' One of the executives of the New Idea Company retired this year. Instead of a retirement gift for himself he requested that the dealers in this territory who had made quota be given a week's vacation in the Bahamas. Fred Otto, general manager of the Gouverneur Cooperative Association, was one of the qualifying dealers. Improvement in Harrisville for nine years He is now employed* by the Town of Diana « Mr and Mrs.JtoFave were married. Feb'. JR. 1932 in the Catholic churcn in Piercefield. Couple plans summer wedding The engagement of Miss Darlene Hammond of Boston, Mass to Allan Fish of Newton Center, Mass, was recently announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs Donald Hammond, of Rensselaer Falls — Miss Hammond, a 1963 graduate of the Hugh C Williams High School of Canton, completed her work for a BS Degree in Medical Technology at St. Lawrence University in 1967. She is presently employed at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Brighton, Mass. Her fiance is the son of Mrs. Geocge Fisk and the late George Fish of Dedham, Mass He is a Dedham High School graduate and a 1966 graduate of Nor- theastern University with BS and MS Degrees in Mechanical Engineering; the latter earned in 1969. He is employed by the Walthams. Mass consulting firm of Foster-Miller Associates A summer wedding is planned. OPERATED PROFESSIONAL Mr arvd Mrs Fr*d Co* Gar> arxJ M.ct,ae: a'terxferf the Cab Sc-xi: B.se iod Goid ^anoue: at Fr-w.er Sdro! Fet T Mrs jarr-« F^\er and Sartxe Mr and Mrs ^!vin Phelps called on Mr and Mrs. Robert Sullivan, Talcville. Feb 27 \ Mr and Mrs Howard Shippee a*nd boys. Mr and Mrs John 'Fuller and girls. Mr and Mrs William Lutz and boys and John Ken drew attended the Evangelist Services March 2 at the Richville Baptist Church with the Rev- Howe Perry, officiating The Fowler Baptist Youth choir sung at the services Rolla Parker takes bride in California iM.ss Cyntfc.a jMann.gan daughter of Mrs Margaret Marjugan and Thor.as Mannigan III of Cape Vmcer.t and £4 Rolia Parker son oi Mr and Mrs \Henry Parker of Gouverneur uere rr.arned at Mathers Air Force Base Sacramento Cahf . or. Dec 23 19': The ceremony was r>eid x the chapel and the chaplain officiated Mr Parker s brother-in-law and sister L? and ]Mrs Harte> White *-ere the attendants Mrs Parker •*£* graduated from the Cape Vmcer.t Brar>crr of the TSousarrd Islands Centra] School it ;9?0 and irom Ceotr*! City BidEiness Institute ic I*'; Mr\ Parker was graduated from the Cape Vmcent Branct of ^e TVii&and l&Ursi* CcitraJ Scfsoci in :«& and eritere^ the Air Tore* te \Urzt. im GUARANTEED forTWOYears! E4 Parker the A^r F:^ce Bas* vz. N V TV coup»e are i a: COMPOUNDED DAMY for an annual yi+M of 6J8% Ybugt your greatest return at

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