OCR Interpretation


The Gouverneur tribune-press. (Gouverneur, N.Y.) 1959-1973, March 08, 1972, Image 17

Image and text provided by Northern NY Library Network

Persistent link: http://nyshistoricnewspapers.org/lccn/sn93063670/1972-03-08/ed-1/seq-17/


Thumbnail for 17
Can spring be near? Richville Road reporter sees snake 1 AAaconrib News Notes I Page 7 Sec 2 — Tbe Tribune-Pro—, Gourerneur. N.Y. March 8, 1972 ns call 78M411, *142, Lowvilte; lptiia or M8-2X3 By MABEL BAILEY Mr and Mrs GUbert Bailey were Feb. 28 afternoon callers of Mr. and Mr». Rodney Campbell _of Antwerp and as they were .ready to leave for home saw a snake in the driveway. Mr. Campbell says it is a sign of warm weather and sure hope he la right. .We'd really appreciate isome wahn decent weather now Mr. and Mrs. Reginald LaRock held a supper in honor of their daughter Tammy Jo's fifth birth- day on Feb. 24. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Bush and Marilyn spent four days last week with Mr. and Mrs, Glenn VanNamee, Remsen Congratulations to Mr. and . Mrs. Lester Simmons who were recently married Mr. and Mrs. Jack D'Amico and son were Feb. 25 supper guetA of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Adolph Stacey, Black Hiver Mr and Mrs. George ^Brinkley, Black River, were also supper guests. Mr and Mrs Hermon Towne ST. were Feb. 25 callers of Mrs. Donald Barney, Watertowh. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Du&harm, Norfolk, Va., were Feb. 25 weekend guest* of Mr. and Mrs. David Bush. . Nelson and Richard Towne and , Qirii Greene of Syracuse were Feb. 25 weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs Hermon Towne Sr. Mrs. Reginald LaRock at- tended a baby shower for Mrs. Lyle Knowlton ar the home of Mrs Sharon Andrews, Gouvemeur, the evening of Feb. 26 . Mr and Mrs Jack D'Amico, and son were Feb 26 overnight guests t>f Mr and Mrs. Beti D'Amico of Black River. f Mrs. Phylina Silbow knd Harold Denesha attended fie Uohnstown 4-tf Club card party at the William Maloy home Old State Road, Feb. 26 Nancy Bailey attended the wrestling tournament Feb. 26 at the local high school. Mrs Hermon Towne Sr. received a telephone call on Feb. 27 from Mrs Robert Hand of New Jersey telling her that s he had had supper and spent the evening with her sister, Virginia at the airport Feb. 24. Virginia left for Europe that evening b.v plane. •Mrs. Dorothy O'Bri/in, Scotch Settlement Road, and Mrs. Gertrude Walrath and son were Feb. 27 afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Williams, Brown viDe. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Walrath and girls, Scotch Settlement Road, were Feb. 27 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Durant. YonCoa Challenge Wbw You Good and that's you you #at pltn+y of dairy foods. Look alive. B# alive. It's great. Gouverneur Cooperative Dairymen Amy 'and Brady Cole of Jiailesboro were Feb. 27 af- ternoon visitors of their grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cole. Mr. and Mrs. Hermon Towne ST. were Feb. 27 supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Fuller, Antwerp. Mr and Mrs. Karl Jones, Col ton, were Feb. 27 afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cole. ..Mrs. Florence Ashley, Brasher Falls, was a Feb. 28 dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs Hermon Towne Sr In the afternoon Mrs. Ashley and Mrs. Towne were callers oi Mrs. Delbert Ashley, Bellinger of Cardinal, ^^ Linda Merrifield of Heuverohtwere Feb. 29 evening callers o^frs. Phylina Gilbow and Harold Denesha. - - Mrs. Ida Thayer and Melford Towne of Degrasse were March 1 callers of Mr and Mrs. Hermon Towne Sr. fc TvrfT employees retiring from Ranger School Two employes at the State College of Forestry Ranger School at Wanakena will retire this month. Theodore R. Phillips will retire as forest general foreman ef- fective March 25. - Mr Phillips began his career with the College of Forestry in 1932, working on the Huntington .Foreston the college's Newcomb .campus. From 1935 through 1939, he was \loaned\ to the Civilian Conservation Corps <CCC) as foreman of the CCC Camp on the huntington Forest. He served in the armed forces during World War II from 1943 to 1946, and was issued a certificate of credit for military service. He has been at the Ranger School since September 1949. Mrs. Margaret M. Seelye will retire as head cook effective March 22. Mrs. Seeyle has served the state since Aug. 1,1968. She came to the Ranger School as head cook in 1955. ByNORMASITTS Officers of Autumn Rebekah Lodge were installed Feb 22 by DDP Mary Berry Officers seated were Noble Grand, Mary Gladle; Secretary, Ruth Hutton; Treasurer, Dorine Tuliey; Outside Guard, Y.G McManus and Chaplain, Susan Bogart Meeting nights are the first and third Monday evening of the month. Vernon Wainwright and Clara Curcio were married Feb. 26. Best wishes to the young couple. . Macomb Country • Riders Snowmobile Club held a picnic at Pleasant Lake Feb. 26. Following refreshments about 20 machines and riders hit the trails. Mr and Mrs Richard VanOrnum have sold their farm on the Hurst Road and have purchased the Price farm on the iScotch Settlement Road. They expect to move to their new home in mid-May. Mr and Mrs Ivan Conant, Michelle and Jamie* and Mr. and Mrs. Errsjrson Tanner were Feb. 25 weekend guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Blance. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Powers* were Feb. 27 dinner guests of the . James Blance family. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shippee were af- ternoon callers. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fleming were Feb 27 visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Austin. Archie Lawyer returned home with the Flemings for a few days. Mr. and Mrs Harold Dunning, Mrs. Reggie LaRock and Tammy Jo, and Betty Lou Hanna were Feb. 27 visitors of the Roger Hughtos: Macomb Sunshine 4-H Club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hutton Feb. 29. Following the meeting members .went snowmobiiing. Willis Kittle was a Feb 29 evening caller at Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Kittle • . Arlie Leonard entered the local hospital Feb. 22 and is still a patient there at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Henry called on Mrs. Warren Hastings Feb. 29. Mrs. John Sitts spent three days last week with Mrs. Duane Hazelton and daughters, while Mr. Hazelton was away on a two- week Naval Reserve training session. Mrs. Cecil McAllister and Allen , spent Feb. 25 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Drumb, Spragueville:—— Mr. and Mrs Thomas Sheen and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ferguson y \ 1971 Chrysler When you thrnk of a Chrysler, you think of a big, strong, handsome car. A man's kind of car. Right? Not completely. Women, too go for Chrysler. And. most often, for the same reasons as me^. They like the good looks. They like the room»ness. And who wouldn't? Automotrve Indu*tri6$ reports that the 72 Chrysler has thB largest interior of any 1972 U.S. car But women especially. Uke the way they can count on Chrysler to get them where they want to go . . without a tot of trouble Every Chrysler is buMt wrth a commitment to deep-down Qualrty. Every Chrysler Is buitt to laat tent that the kind of car people realty want? Men and women alike We thirtk »o Come m and let us show - you a 0*g new Chrysler today Plymouth \ We want fobs the kind of Deafer WUVBtMEUR wants. X ROTUNDO CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH tarn n, SOUTH soMEtvuif tb. GOUVRHHH, N.Y.NHMNK : 287.noo were Feb 26 guests of Mr. and Mrs Richard Tuliey .T David Turner, grandson of Mr. and Mrs H G. Turner, was named to the Deans List at State University College, Oswege. Mrs i Alvin Washburn has reUvaqfl.to her home from the local hospital Mr. and Mrs Benjamin and sons of Conwingo, Md , spent the Feb. 25 weekend with Mrs. Alvin Washburn Leona and children remained for the week Richard Eustis, Manhus, was a recent guest of tyr and Mrs. Glen Youngs Mr and Mrs. Edward Hutton, Mr and Mrs Eddie Hutton, John Situ and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sitts enjoyed the Marble City Bulk Producers tour of the Aiello^lant in Heuvelton Feb 26. The gluttons visited Mr. and Mrs. .^David Thornhill following the tour. Mr and Mrs. Jack Sitts and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Scott vis Red Mr and Mrs. Tom Scott, Nor- wood, Feb 27 Robbie and Sara Sitts returned home with their parents following a . three-day visit with their aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fleming visited Mr. and Mrs. Claude Powers the evening \>f Feb. 29. Mrs. Claude Powers^ghairman of the Macomb Heart Fund, reports $159 was collected for the drive. Thanks to Mrs. Powers and her co-workers. South Edwards By MRS. L. JAVALL Ricky Fenton, 10-month-old son of Mr and Mrs. Alfred Fenton is a patient in the House of the Good Samaritan Hospital in Water- town. Raymond Austin and son Jeffrey of Rochester are spen- ding the week with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Austin. Mrs. Austin and Christina are in Texas visiting her sister. Shelly and Darren Gotham spent the afternoon of Feb. 25 with Mrs. James Bridgeland. David Gotham-spent Feb. 24*27 with the Bridgelands. Mr. and Mrs. Kennit Jones, Sheila and Karla were Feb. 26 evening visitors , of fhe Bridgelands. Harold Jones, Sheila and Karla Jones were Feb. 27 supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bridgeland. Harold Jones called on Mrs. Alice Hosmer Feb. 26 and the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lellan Freeman. Mrs. Freeman and Dennis were Feb. 27 callers of Mr. and Mrs. Bower Watson. Mrs. James Bridgeland and Sheila and Karla Jones visited Mr. and Mrs. Watson the af- ternoon of Feb. 27 Mrs. Bridgeland, Miss Zelma Bancroft, Mrs. Ralph Dier and Rev. Paul Darnell met at the home of Mrs. Bertha Seisert at Oswegatchie Wednesday to plan tbe study course on Africa, which will begin in April. Mr and Mrs. Lester Javall spent the evening of Feb. 28 with Mr and Mrs. Gerald Ken- Mr, and Mrs. Gary Wood and children were Wednesday evening visitors of the Javails. Mrs. Beulah Mackin of Russell was a guest of honor at a birthday •party Feb. 27 at the home of Mrs. Lester Javall. Others present were Mrs Harold Mackin and Connie, Mrs Betty Peterson, . Mrs Philip Coller, Sharon, June, Robin and Jeanne Mackin, Mrs. Carl Didas, Mrs Morris Hart, Mrs George Hart, Mrs. Hazel Ingraham and Mrs. Charles Typhair Miss Brenda McBroom, who attends Canton ATC. was home for the Feb 25 weekend Floyd Powell was guest speaker at the local church Feb 27. y On Dean's List Theodore Lome Swem of 7 Mechanic Street. Antwerp ap- peared on the deans list at ' Rensselaer Polytedrmc Institute lor the 1971 fall semester Mr Swem is majoring in the field of electrical engineering i Rensselaer Polytechnic In- stitute is a private nonsectanar, coeducational institution of higher teaming It embraces schools of architecture engineering humanities and social sciences management and science along with a graduate school and several interdisciplinary programs and divisions Enrollment numbers ap- proximately 3 TOO un- dergraduates and 1.300 graduate students from virtually ail states and more than 53 foreign coun tries Immuniation Clinic at Fowler Wednesday *-;D be ar im clinic r>eid w«toesda> March :5 a< the Fcm>r tcbooi from 9 :o 9 30 a m It is m> &> la :ha a~ ch:Jdrer. recede\ their *r.- irr.jr.;i*'.crs before *n:ervr<g «cSoo! Thert must be € veefcs bet»*e*n e*c± jve virus cim>c *r% be y Dr A E Dodd* assisted b> tr* Scboo; Njr»e Teacher and the P.£:x Hearrr. PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS MEET AT CLARKSON — Th« St. Lawr#nc*Frank Un County Chapter of the N^t York State Society of Professional Engineers mtt recently at Clarksoo Caltt9« of Technology in Potsdam in recognition of National Engineers We«k. A dinner was att*nd«d by students and faculty from tbe New York State Agricultural Bnd Technical School in Canton and •Clarkson College as*vell as local chapter members. Stanley Kimpner, Professional Engineer *n4 director of environmental studies for the, Western Electric Company, was the featured speaker Mr. Kempner's topic was, \Current Environmental Studies being conducted at Western Ekctric.\ Shown above following the dinner, from left to right: Dr. Edward T. Misiaszek, P.E., associate dean of me School of Engineering at Clarkson, Mr. Kempner, »t%6 Torty Perf«tto, P.E., president of tilt Chapter. - (Clarkson Photo by La id M. CHafftt) FIGHTS INFLATION GARDEN SHOP LAYAWAY SALE 9fL o£ MONTE CARLO'8 H.P. BIG 36 CUT RIDING MOWER \ • A giant of a machine! Tians-axle, gear-type trans- mission. Big 18\ rear. 15\ front pneumatic tires. 12.57 cu. in. engine. Gas gauge, Single lever height adjustment. Floating deck follows contour of lawn. '\ SAIE SNOW BLOWER ATTACHMENT SALE $197 REG. $219 WTTH KEY OPERATED STARTER 4 HEAD LAMPS SALE $477 WALK IN! WORK m STORE IN! ROOMY, CALVANIZED ALL STEEL STORAGE HOUSE SIZE: 9'7\W x 6'7\D x 5'9\H Long-lasting 'Perma-PIate* finish resists weather and rust. Embossed wall panels. U'eaLhertight. Double sliding, padlockable doors. While, green trim. Easy-assembly. SALE OTHER SIZES ALSO SALE PRICED-SPECIAL ORDER ONLY 0-3 M . * 0C P M MOv . WT SAT 9:30 A. M . 530 P M. F0R VAlul$ Porfw fkaa GouvtrnturrR Y*

xml | txt