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The Gouverneur tribune-press. (Gouverneur, N.Y.) 1959-1973, August 16, 1972, Image 1

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Twelve mem- with one guest, f ofLl»- acted at In- the following their offices; Edna New- chief; Venlta Holland Ruth er; Mary De- conductress; tori an and re* sunshine corn- Murray, Dona as direc- was won by Cunning - the Poy Park In .July 23, Ken Hartle ss reunion of restaurant July 17. They Karlene, to in Malone Jack Besaw of Sunday, July and hus- Robert Hance, Preston t Pleasant Lake 23. and Mrs. the mem or- ev. Daisy Har- Metho- July 23 # from Mon- July 26 with in Canton. and her ln-liw,Mr.and of Seudusky 9 and rela- Can.onThurs- Whltteker call from her of Corn- of Fuick, 23. Ralph Halford a cookout at brother-in-law Mrs. Robert dale on Satur- er guests were Laundenslager EUR TRI BUNE PRESS OUVERN s Greatest Weekly WEDNESDAY. AUGUST SECTIONS — Fifteen CROWNED QUEEN OF THE GOUVERNEUR — ST. LAWRENCE FAIR Wednesday night, was Miss Wendy Pitrct, center, graduate of Madrid - Wadding ton Central School. At left is first runner- up Miss Nancy Chase, Hammond Central School; right, Miss Christine Hay, who represented Gouverneur Central School. Miss Pierce is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin N. Pierce. Madrid. TO GET THE LEAD OUT AND VOTE NOVEMBER 7 ELECTION PAY • Register to vote All St. Lawrence County voters are urged to register to vote in the general election day, November 7. Representatives from the County Board will be at Massena Town Hall Aug. 16 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Aug. 17 from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m.; at Potsdam Civic Center Auditorium on Aug. 21—9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Aug. 22 — 1 p.m. to 8 p.m.; at Og dens burg City Hall on Aug. 24 — from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Aug. 25 from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. In the official polling place in Ogdensburg registration days are Oct. 6 — 12 noon to 7 p.m., Oct. 7 —10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Oct. 10 — 12 noon to 7 p.m. This is an opportunity to register for those who are 18 years of age now or will be 18 by Nov. 7; those who will be away at school in October when County registration days are held; those who may have moved or may not be registered in the County regardless of which community they may now live in. Athletic exams Wendy Pierce named queen of Fair held next week Crowned queen of the Gouverneur and St. Lawrence County Fair Wednesday night was Wendy Pierce, Madrid- Waddington Central Scohbol. Seventeen girls represented schools throughout St. Lawrence County in the high school queen's pageant. First runner up was Nancy Chase, Hammond Central School and second runner up was Christine Hay, Gouverneur Central. The two reigned as princesses for the remainder of fair week. First place awards included $75, a trophy and gifts donated by county merchants. Second place received $50 and third place, 125 Miss Pierce, 18, a June graduate of Madrid-Waddington Central School, is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Edwin N. Pierce, Madrid, and plans to enter Alma College in Michigan, where she will major in sociology Other contestants were: Vickie Whitman, Canton Central; Rosemary Smith, Colton- Pierrepont Central; Cindy Bullock, Edwards Central; Roxanne Aldrich, Hermon- DeKalb Central; Cheryl Mur- dock, Heuvelton Central; Kathryn Horvath, Holy Family High School, Massena; Diane Enslow, Knox Memorial Central, Russell; Kathleen McNeil, Lisbon Central; Kathy Rosco, Massena Central; Gisele Ber- trand, Morristown Central; Diane West. Norwood-Norfolk Central; Susan Thaler, Parish- ville-Hopkinton Central; Jacqueline Hurley, Potsdam Annual Show and Swap returns this weekend Saturday. Aug 19 and Sunday, 4he 20th mark the appearance of the annual St Lawrence County Rock and Mineral Club 'Show and Swap' Co-sponsored by the Gouverneur Chamber of Com- merce, the event, for benefit of the Swimming Pool Association, attracts exhibitors from throughout the United States Admission is free to the exhibits under the grandstand at the fairgrounds There will be displays of minerals and dealer demonstrations both days Camper space is free and there will be a refreshment booth A chicken barbecue is planned for Sunday. Local and out of state dealers who have reserved space arc Dan's Diggings worldwide specimens and minerals. Arlington Mass . The Little Rock Shop je wei O ar>d cutting material Cleveland. Carlos Matthews, local specimens and jewelry; Pedras International Corporation. worldwide specimens and gem stones. Jamaica; Mill-Hill Gems and Minerals specimens and minerals. Saranac Lake; Sterling Valley Rock Shop Florida gifts, jewelry and cutting material; Imperial Gems Riverside, Calif.; Stone Hill Lapidary. Cleveland. Ohio Gillette Rock Shop Spragueville local specimens and jewelry; Caswells worldwide minerals, specimens, jewelry, book-ends, .onyx figures. Lew Can. Clayton, jewelry and cutting material; Ivan Mclntosh local specimens. Buckley Bressett local specimens Charles Bowman, local specimens Wilder s Rock Shop jewelry and iron wood gifts and equipment Jim Eiiiot. HamsvilJe. jewelry and caning material Erva Tra:r.ham. Warenown jewelry and gifts Central; Mary Sullivan, St. Lawrence Central. Diane Smith, representative of Ogdensburg Free Academy, was unable to attend due to illness in her family. Also participating in the pageant were guest queens and princesses from St. Lawrence, Jefferson, Lewis and Cortland Counties, including: Miss Sally Bumham, Miss New York State Teenager, Clayton; Miss Michelle Fournier, 1972 Seaway Festival Queen, Homer; Miss Cheryl Call, 1972 Jefferson County Fair Queen; Miss Brenda Lee Makuch, 1972 Lewis County Dairy Princess; Miss Judith Gardner, 1972 Jefferson County Dairy Princess; Miss Sheryl Morrison, 1972 St. Lawrence County Dairy Princess; Miss Janice Marie Foster, 1972 Lewis County Fair Queen; Miss Susan Straub, 1971 Gouverneur and St. Lawrence County Fair Queen, who crowned her successor. Master of Ceremonies was Gordon J McPherson, Gouverneur. Miss Helen L. Stiles, a Gouverneur teacher, was hostess for the fair board. Assisting in the presentations was Mrs. Anita Turner, a member of the fair staff. Athletic physical examinations will be given for Gouverneur Central School Football, Cross Country and Soccer squads ac- cording to the following schedule: Monday, August 21-9 a.m.-11 a.m. — Varsity and Junior Varsity Football; Tuesday, August 22 — 9 a.m. • 11 a.m. — Soccer; Tuesday, August 22 — 1 p.m. - 2 p.m. — Cross Country. A boy shall be eligible for In- terscholastic competition only between his 14th and 19th bir- thdays. He must be 14 years old and in the ninth grade. A pupil who attains the age of 19 on or after September l may continue to participate during that school year in all sports. All football, cross country and soccer candidates must be examined and receive equipment before eligible to participate. Candidates will report to the equipment room following physical examinations. Football practice will begin Aug. 23. On vacation - office closed Dr. Charles L Kanitz an- nounces dosing of his office from Aug 19 to Aug. 27 He and his family plan a vacation tour of the mid-west states visiting his mother/Mrs Anna Kanitz, in S. Milwaukee. Wis While there, he will visit with brothers and other relatives and friends. Dr Kanitz plans tosbe back in the office on Monday, Aug 28. WE A THER ROLAND PAIGE H Tuesday 69 Wednesday .. 72 Thunday 6T Friday 72 Saturday 71 Sunday 1 \ 72 Monday 70 L Motet. 58 -29 54 46 43 \58 57 54 .14 .00 .01 .06 .00 .55 Buck-Paige manager r speaks at luncheon . EXMltlTMS at n* Shew and W»p tact »nd «t th* Ffttr^roends ©* A*g >f »n4 M vnfl bt Mr Cftrwfrll, X VovTfc Str»*t Mrs C*Tw»H rt »*ow« hewing t t#*om*n from t*mr c**fc*ct»O\ o* «**nrt* cryfta* from RoUnd Paige president and genera! manager of the Buck- Paige shows, was guest speaker at ine Aug 8 meeting of the Rota nans Introduced by Doc Compo Mr Paige pointed aut the excellent opportunity «r< Che carruval business far anyone who want* to work Hn «h©w A or ibe road and works lr. North Carolina Virginia and New York Mr Paige noted the ex ceiient relationship v.th c*zr i*cal fa:r board and a.so com- pferrxented tocai and state law er.forcerrient agencies for cooperation and fairness to his business Mr Paige is a graduate of the University of South Carolina and n;akes hii off-the-road borne in IFlonda He is a Nav> veterans land has spent ail his adult Life at TENTH GALLON COMING UP— Robert Rict of Richvilk, who has donated nine gals, of blood to the Red Cross, started on his 10th gallon at Wednesday's Blood Clinic. Mrs. Connie Smith, Chairman of the local Red Cross Blood Unit, took time from her duties to present tte pin to Mr. Rice while he was going through the line. Of human interest Bob is Connie's dad. Blood collection soars over goal BLfGH DODDS HONORED — Glen Miller, president of the Gouverneur and St. Lawrence Fair Board, left, holds the plaque which reads 'This building is dedicated to Bligh A. Dodds for 47 years aggressive leadership and faithful service as Secretary, 1924 - 1927 and President - Secretary, 1957 -1971, of the Gouverneur Agricultural and Mechanical Society (Gouverneur Fair). The plaque will hang in the recently completed Fair office building. Mr. Dodds who suffered a severe heart attack March 10, 1971, and has been hospitalized at various times since, felt unequal to the strain and excitement of receiving the accolade at the Fairgrounds, and is pictured at his home on West Main Street. Ronald Clapp on staff of Middle Essex School Ronald Clapp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Cragen, East Main St.. has been appointed as assistant principal of the Essex Middle School, Essex Center, Vt. Essex Middle School has a population of 730 students and 40 faculty. •v. Mr: Clapp is a 1959 graduate of Gouverneur High School, a 1961 graduate of Delhi ATC, a 1969 graduate of Oswego State College and received his Masters degree in administration 1970 from St. Lawrence University, Canton. Mr. Clapp is married to the former Bonnie Murphy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Murphy, Johnstown St. They have one child, and reside in Essex Vt Msgr. McCarthy to speak on Governor's Day at Fair - An all-time high was reached at the Gouverneur Emergency Red Cross Bloodmobile visit Wed- nesday when 209 pints of blood were collected, 34 over the Quota of 175. A total of 239 persons registered; 58 were first-time donors Physicians for the clinic were Dr. Foster T. Drury and Dr. Joan A. Christie. Robert Rice, Richville, who had reached a total of nine gallons of Blood donated, at the May clinic, was on hand to start on his tenth gallon. Mrs. Constance Smith, local chairman, thanked the public for the excellent response to the need for extra blood units to replenish blood centers depleted by the flood emergencies. She also expressed appreciation to the Gouverneur Fair Board which gave free passes to the fair for every donor. M. Stanley Paupst A elected director Rev. Msgr. Robert J. Mc- Carthy has been invited to speak at a dinner to be held at Hotel Syracuse in honor of Mrs. Nelson Rockerfeller on Governors Day at the New York State Fair, Aug. 30. Msgr. McCarthy, known as chaplain of the carnivals and carnival workers or outdoor showmen, annually speaks at over 100 banquets-conventions of State Firemen. Sute Police. CSEA, Business and Professional Women, Greyhound Drivers' Association, church groups and all types of service dubs He has been asked to describe his experiences with the carnival business As their chaplain he has baptised babies, married couples, buried the dead He annually addresses showmen at their meetings and banquets. For years he has been a speaker at the National Showmen's dinner at the Commodore Hotel in New York He has addressed the showmen in Boston, Tampa, Miami Beach and Las Vegas. He has received numerous awards from showmen for his con- tribution to their work Because of his experience he has appeared on TV in both the United States and Canada Msgr McCarthy is chaplain for the International Association of Showmen. National Showmen's Association. Miami Showmen's Association. Greater Tampa Showmen's Association. In- ternational Showmen's Association and Showmen's Association for Better Industry M.STANLEY PAUPST Cassettes at library Cassettes have arrived at the Public Library and are ready for loan, according to Lois Mitchell, librarian. These cassettes are of youth-appealing music, and can be checked out in the same way as books. High School Guidance Office to register students The Guidance Office of the high school will be open after August 18 for new students entering grades 7 through 12 to register in the Gouverneur Central School system Office hours are 8 to 12 and 1 to 3 Telephone 2S7-1900. Birth certificate proof of im- munization and last year's school report card should be brought to the school by the student. M. Stanley Paupst, president of Kinney Drugs, Inc., has been elected a director of the First National Bank to fill the unex- pired term of Harold M. Loomis, deceased. A native of Massena, Mr. Paupst is a graduate of Massena High School and Albany College of Pharmacy. He has been employed by Kinney Drugs, Inc. since 1937 when he began as manager xA the Massena store. After serving In the U.S. Navy during World War II, he was promoted in 1946 to supervisor of stores, and has resided in Gouverneur since that time. He is a director of kinney Drugs, Inc., director of Gouverenur Savings and Loan Association and serves MM a member of St. Lawrence Council of Boy Scouts and Union University - Pharmacy College Council. Mr. Paupst belongs to the Gouverneur Country Club, BPOE 2035 and NYS Pharmaceutical Society. Safe Driving Class Saturday Three hours of classroom training in safe driving practices is required as a prerequisite for \obtaining a driver's license. Proof of completed training when scheduling a road test ap- pointment must be presented. The next three-hour Safe ^Driving Practices Class will be \Tpven at the Gouverneur Junior High School on Saturday, Aug. 19 in room 207 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. The fee is five dollars and certificates of completion will be issued at the conclusion of the three hours of instruction Please enter through the Junior High School parking lot located on Rock Island Street. Robert LaTner BarJ^ng Loans was nxiv>c:e<j into the ci at by Tracy Storcii Guesti were Frank Carbrrv Bffigtarntac Johc MacPbee of Ne« Hampshire Dr Ed Sen- weinus and Lvle Scott County O* **• c « 0*66* Thornton * eta* new a** Mr* Salty

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