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\ - i Page 2 Sec. 2—The Tribune-Prw. Gouverneur, NY. April M. ANNO MARRIED IN MAINE — Miss Karen Turner, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Frederick Turner, Johnstown Road, and Bruce Woods, son of Mr. and Mrs, Harry Woods* Wegatchie were married Feb. 12 in Oakland, Me. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barclay attended the couple. Mr. and Mrs. Woods reside in Barker's Mobile Park, Somerville. i Miss Linda Snyder to be June bride JVlr and Mrs Glenn L f Snyder, Heuvelton. announce the engagement of their daughter, Linda Jean, to Duane C DeLair, son of Mr and Mrs J. Albert DeLair of Heuvelton . Miss Snyder. a 1970 graduate of Heuvelton Central School, at- tended Canton ATC College She is employed by Woods IGA, Heuvelten Mr DeLair also a 1970 graduate of Heuvelton. Central School, is completing a degree in ^Veterinary Medicine at Delhi State University in June He has enlisted in the United States Air Force Veterinary Corp. and will report to Lackland Air Base, Texas. July 10. A June wedding is planned. MR. ANDMRS. EDWARD ROBERTS Children honor parents on thirtieth anniversary to be M °y bride MISS SHARON MAVILLE Miss Maville Mr and Mrs. Edward Roberts, Oxbow, were honored at a party at their home March 19 in ob- servance of their 30th wedding anniversary The children of tne couple hosted the party which was attended by approximately 65 persons. \ The former Miss Dorothy Geer and Edward Roberts were married March 21, 1942 in the Trinity Episcopal Church, Gouverneur, with Rev. Boyle, then pastor, officiating Miss Audrey Mclntyre and Carmen Ells attended the couple. Mr. and Mrs Roberts have four children, .Delia Roberts. LaFargeville, Edward Roberts, Gouverneur. Cathy Bishop, Oxbow, and Mrs. Peggy Weeman, Revere, Mass.; and nine grandchildren A son, Harley was killed in Vietnam in 1968. \ Around town Phone 287-0323 Mrs. Vera Matthews was sur- prised Sunday by friends and fam- ily when they came to her home to help celebrate her birthday. Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hen. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph LaClair and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elon Matthews and family, Richard Whitmore, Clifford Aldrich and family, Arnold Clark, Kenneth Porter, Mrs. Arnold Porter, Maebelle Hail, and Mrs. Donald Bartholomew. Master Chief and Mrs. Bryon C. Gale and two children of Governor's Island visited their parents Mr. and Mrs. Bryon Gale and Mrs. Mabel Billings for the weekend. Mrs. Biliings returned with tnem for a visit. -Mrs. Elmer Dupom of Troy is visiting her family, Mr. and Mrs. Bryon Gale, Wilson Street, -for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Gale re- cently spent 10 days in Nassau. Mr. and Mrs. Scon Rumble, Trinity Avenue, and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rumble, Johnstowr. Street, recently returned from a vacation in Puerto Rico. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rumble Johnstown Street, returned yes- terday from a two week vacation in Seattle, Wash., where they vis- ited their son, Jeff and his wife. Jeff is stationed there with the Navy, The Rumbles also visited Mrs. Rumble's sister, Ann Ap- pleyard and family. ; .Miss Bonnie Reed who attends The Kings College at Bnar Cliff Manor and Cindy Reed, who is a x Junior at Barrington College. Barrington, R.I. have returned to their respective colleges after spending their Easter vacation with their parents. Mr. and Mrs Franklyn Reed and Martha Cindy Reed had as her house guest during vacation Paul Leary of Newport R I. . Cindy^-fteed. President of Student Chapter of Music ^Education at Barnn-gton College, attended the National Music Educators' Conference in Atlanta Ga.. March 5 - 13 as the college representative She is also active in the State of Rhode Island Student Chapter Captain John P and* Mrs Manlee j .K Schang Tremlett Warren AFB Cheyenne SVyo . are tne parents or a 5 ID 32 oz daughter Jill Erm. borr March 20 at the base hospital Mr and Mrs. John Maville, 34 Graves St. announce - the engagement of their daughter, Sharon\ Ann to Donald L Jen- nings, son of Mr. and Mrs Phillip Jennings. 43 West Babcock St. Miss Maville is a 1971 graduate of Gouverneur Central School and Southwest Tech. She is presently employed by the Kinney Drugs, Gouverneur Mr Jennings, a 1970 graduate of Gouverneur Central School, is employed at the Elliot Store in Perry,'Ga The wedding will take place May 20 Harrisville Miss Beverly Jackson spent the Easter vacation in Rochester with her brother and sister-in- Law. Mr and Mrs. LeRoy Jackson The Misses Vickie and Bonnie Jackson spent their Easter vacation with their brother-in- law, and sister. Mr and Mrs Gary Hall, in Richville Mrs Myrtha Jackson recently spent two weeks at the home of her son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Charles Colton. South .Russell Quests Easter Sunday of Mr and Mrs Harland Jackson were Mr and Mrs Gary Hall. Mr and Mrs Charles Hall, of Rich- ville and Mr and Mrs Ivan Hale and son Dale of Philadelphia Mr and Mrs Milton Jackson returned home April 3 after \visiting their son in Florida iSrVl mf^m \^m f ' J^^^^^^H^^^H *** K>5 I MAM ST ^ WIN V A Weeks Vacation for Two in Puerto Rko . COME ft* TOOAY AND ULSTER - iFME — No PwrdtOM N«CMtory |^^^ MANY CTHE1 PftlZES HH^ AidSNTteNnr ^^^^PW ! Kor*t of Crftforate * ^^ H _ M ^^L^^^^^^p™ ^K #f rWyWrtrl VacH «Ml Stocks Town Shop GOUVERNFUR I Mr and Mrs Don W Schang River Drive Haifesboro traveled on March 30th for an introduction The Schangs flew home or. Apnl 4 Cap'air Tremiett wiU be completing his Air Force service later this *ear CE THE BRIDE MRS. GORDON TAYLOR IM (Willette Photo) Canton ATC graduates married in Oswegatchie Miss Barbara Ellen Gish, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Cecil Gish. ^Marshall Avenue. Star Lake, and Gordon Irving Taylor. III. son of Mr and Mrs. Gordon Taylor. II of Cranberry Lake, were united in marriage April 8 at 3 p.m in a double ring ceremony at the First Baptist Church of Oswegatchie with Rev. Dr. Peter Merrill officiating. The* church aisles were decorated with white ribbons and flower buds. Organist was Dorothy Welling \Somewhere\, \We Have Only Just Begun\ and \The Lord's Prayer\ was sung in duet by Rosalyn Maxwell and LeRoy Lundin. Escorted by her father, the bride wore a floor length gown of white organza with* re- embroidered alencon lace. The empire bodice was accented by a sheer tucked yoke and tucked flounce neckline. The cuffed bishop sleeves were pearl trimmed on lace applique Her chapel tram was detachable, and the short bouffant and long catheral length veils of illusion were held by a wreath of lace organza and pearly. She earned a cascade of gardenias, red sweetheart roses and stephanotis Matron of honor was Mrs. Patricia Grimes of Canton Bridesmaids were Cathy Arnold of Kent. Ohio, and the bride's cousins Judy Gish of Kocnester. Deborah Florio of Slavan, Pa . and Dana Vitko of Pittsburgh, Pa Flower £irl was Denise Foley. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Foley. Star Lake. She wore a blue gown matching the maid of honor and bridesmaids, who were attired in gowns of apricot, avacado. maize and orchid .chiffon with high-rise waistline, lace and flower trim- med bodice with high collar, long putted sleeves eaged witn lace and flowers, -and a deep\ ruffled flounced skirt. Their hats ' were matching colors with wide brims. They carried baskets of pom ports and miniature car- nations with ribbon streamers to match gowns Best man was Scott Taylor, brother of the groom ^- Ushers were Donald Gish, cousin of hte bride; John Gish. brother of the bride; Steve Reynolds and Charts Hopven, all of Cranberry Lake. The bride is a graduate of the Hunter-Tannersville High School in 1968 and of Canton ATC in 1970. She was employed by First Trust and Deposit of Syracuse The bridegroom is a graduate of Clifton-Fine Central School class of 1967 and Canton ATC in 1969 He is with the US Air Force at Davis-Monthon Airforce Base at Tucson. Ariz After a wedding reception at\ the Newton Falls K of C Hall, the couple left on a wedding trip to \Arizona. Does Red Cross help? Traditionally. March is Red Cross month Until the organization of the St Lawrence County United Fund, which now funds the West St Lawrence County Chapter, it was the time M'hen Red Cross volunteers went door-to-door appealing itt their neighbors for financial con- tributions, so that they couid help others in time of need American Red Cross with its millions of volunteer workers, is only one of 115 such National societies whose membership in the League of Red Cross Societies binds together 224 million dedicated and concerned in- dividuals in woridw.de service to humanity Headquarters of the International organization is IB Geneva Switzerland Lost year the Arr.ercar. Red Cross gave emergency mass care so 30; .370 disaster victims and disaster recovery help to 74.249 families A record 3.405.192 units of blood were collected at Red Cross bloodmobiles meeting 50 per cent of the blood requirements for the ill or the injured across the nation Red .Cross was with US military men and their families at home and around the world, helping with emergency communications and performing some 2 324.000 needed services for them In addition. 66J 700 veterans were assisted Red Cross safety and nursing skills were shared with more jpeopie in Amenca man ever before with 4 I30.60C certificates awarded to persons young and old in all ualks of\ life who completed coarse? in F.rst Aid Water and Smai; Craft Safety. f :>me Nursing and Mother and ab> Care Red Cr r iss *s or. the >ob 24 hours a da> sever, days a *eek If you need ne.p ca.i >our Rec Cross office A! 4*2 ford Street Ogdensburg Miss Vicky Porter engaged to iharry JMr and Mrs Mohn Porter, route 1. . announce the engagement of their daughter, Vicky Ann to George Miller of Cortland , Miss Porter is a 1968 graduate of Gouverneur High School. She attended the * Sx J-awrence County Area Vocational Center, majoring in dataj$>rocessing She is pow employed b\ Smith- CorOna Marchant in Cortland. - Mr Miller is also employed by Smith-Cororta Marchant. No date has been set. for the wedding. * . Miss Lorraine Ferry plans June wedding Mr and Mrs. Gilbert Colton, Russell, -announce the en- gagement of Lorraine G Ferry to x Arnn. Daniel Guerton, son of Mr\nd Mrs Harry Guerton of Edwartis Lorraine, a graduate of Potschirn State University, is a teacher *t Knox Memorial Central School in Russell. Airman Guerton, a graduate of Edwards Central Schgol, at- tended Canton ATC and is now serving in the\ Air Force in California A June wedding is planned. Newton Falls couple notes anniversary v Postmaster and Mrs. Michael Hanley celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary at a dinner party at their home in Newton Falls with members of the family present. - ..•* Mona Baynes and Michael Hanley were married April 8, 1947 at St. Hubert's Church in Star Lake with Father Bourbeau officiating and Olive Burnell Reil and Dennis Cheney as at- tendants Only members of the immediate • families were present v Mrs Hanley. the daughter of Mrs Margery Shields of Syracuse was educated in Oswegatchie schools. She is a graduate of Pittsburgh State School of Nursing, and is em- ployed on the nursing staff of the Star Lake Clifton-Fine Hospital. Mr Hanley. son of Mrs Florence Cheney Hanley, Newton Falls, received his education in Clifton-Fine area schools and ..following graduation served in World War II After discharge from the service he was em- ployed for several years at the Newton Falls Paper Mill and eight years ago was appointed Postmaster at Newton Falls The couple has lived in Newton Falls since their marriage They are the parents of seven children Thomas, married to the former Mary Santimaw and living on the Windfall Road. William employed in Potsdam and residing in Canton. Terry. a student at Monroe Community College, and Lynn. Paul, Timothy. Kathleen and Mary, at home Wednesday Bridge ' First place winners in the .Wednesday Bridge Game held in the community room of the St Lawrence National Bank were* Dr Ernest and Mrs Lisa Adier second Robert Arrdermar. and Diane Young and third Margjerite Gates and Gladys Hammond A due tournament w;Il be n-eid Sa*urda> Apr;] J5 and Wed- April IS beginning at 30 p m Everyone is welcome MR ANDMRS. LESLIE FILIATRAULT \ Mr. and Mrs. Filiatrault wed in St. Mary's Church .Miss Cynthia L Anderson and Leslie D Filiafrault were united in marriage at a 11 a.m. ceremony. March 18mSt Mary's Church. Kvans Mills The Rev. Gerald McGrath. pastor, p^' lormed the double ring ceremony lor the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Mernl B Anderson, Watertown. and the son of Mr and Mrs. Ivan Filiairault. Antwerp. Kseorfed! by her father, the ' bride was attired in a floor length gown oi chantilly lace, styled with an empire bodice, an Aline organza skirt, a high ruffled neckline.\ long sleeves and a detachable lace chapel train. Her bout!ant veil of illusion was held with a lace and organza cap and she carried a bouquet of yellow daisies and yellow sweetheart roses MISS MARTHA REED, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Franklyn Reed and a senior at Gouverneur High School has been accepted at ''The Kings College\ at Briar Cliff Manor. She will major in physical education. Saturday Bridge First place winners in the bridge game Saturday were Blanche Slack and Barbara Alverson: tied for second, third and fourth places were Pauline Ruderman and MargCierite Gates; Elva Drury and Ruth Condon, and Joanne Burtis and Louise Ruderman. fifth place winners were Mane Countryman and Gladys Hayrnond A club tournament will be held in the community room. St. Lawrence National Bank Saturday. April 15. and Wednes- day. April 19. at 1 30 p.m Everybody is welcome to attend Cranberry Lake By MARJORIE BAXTER Mr and Mrs Ronnie Van House of Ogdensburg were Easter guests of her parents. Mr and Mrs Robert Hayes Star Lake 9 of honor was Miss Kathy Anderson, sister of the bride. She wore a floor length dress of bhie jnd carried a colonial bouquet of white and yellow daisies. Bridesmaids. Miss Jill Estess iind Miss Nora Dover, both of Calcium wore floor length 'dresses of yellow and carried colonial bouquets of yeMow daisies Joseph Filiatrault, Antwerp. MJS best man for his brother, and guests were seated by Charles Lynch. Antwerp, and Gordon btiefel. Philadelphia. A reception was held at the American Legion Home in Ant- werp following the ceremony . The bride is a senior at Indian Kiver Central School. Her husband attended Indian River Central School The couple is residing in Ant- werp Harrisville couple wed Miss Bonnie Vrooman, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harvey Vrooman. Jr , Harrisville, and Michael LaPlatney, son of Mr. and Mrs Leon LaPlatney, also of Harrisville. were married Saturday, April 1, at 1:30 p.m. at the Christian Church. Harrisville Rev Clement P Jordon, pastor, officiated at the double ring ceremony. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attired in a powder blue dress with white accessories and carried a bouquet of mixed flowers Mrs Nancy Jean Mclntosh. Harrisville, matron of honor, wore an orange velvet suit with a corsage of white roses Her husband, Jack Henry Mclntosh was best man The ushers were Daniel LaPlatney. brother of the groom and Jan Mclntosh Following the ceremony; a reception was held at the home of the bride's grandmother. Mrs Priscilla Vrooman. Harrisville The groom left April 6 for the Great Lakes Training Center, where he is stationed -Mrs LaPlatney wiH jom him later COUNT ON US FOR ALL YOUR AUTO SERVICE •TEXACO GASOLINE AND OIL • 24 HOUR TOWING . • MINOS REPAIRS • TUNE UPS • OIL CHANGE • N. Y. 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