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The Gouverneur tribune-press. (Gouverneur, N.Y.) 1959-1973, August 23, 1972, Image 17

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Branch INEBONEY il and Christine ghters of Mr. and Williams spent the at Brooktondale ip, near Ithaca. )w was a recent of Mr. and Mrs. nd family. . Wayne Hogle and and Mrs. George . and Mrs. Wesley nily all of Mooers nic at the Seaway the ships come Eisenhower Locks, visited Mr. and acey, Gouverneur, \ August 15. ipper guests of Mr. icia Kennedy were Charles Kennedy ir Lake; Sue Price, nd Larry Wood- tdue. Mr. and Mrs. i August 13 dinner Charles Kennedy's they celebrated the Jeff Kennedy and Kennedy There gathering at the •dy home August 14 d ice cream; a vers was presented iy for her birthday. \. Francis Kennedy innie McCartha, left for Dover 18 to attend the Donna McCartha, r. and Mrs. Patrick nknia )RIE BAXTER •s Kenneth Titus, irles called on Mr. kid Snow at Beaver •id is a patient at Hospital with a s Peter Casey of have been visiting r and Mrs Joseph ley were here they wedding of their Iy Arnold of s Joseph King and iy left Saturday, isit their son and w Mr and Mrs. and family of St. om there they flew to see their new r Kimberly Ann, Ir and Mrs David s born August 4. i. Elva McBroom of ere supper guests r. and Mrs. Clifford tilbourn of Florida ed Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Victoria [erandMrs Robert d daughter of ake. Mr and Mrs x>m and family of e, and Frederick iewburgh. recently and Mrs Keith Mrs Victoria Me- kers has returned ere after spending nonths in Florida, Texas where he ne with his son-in- jhter Doctor and ersson n is a patient at ospital HKRK consurr.;>- ; o« ?md hydro- > in o)oo-mar- the occurrence 5tf>ai:;y Hepa- pa*-* h vc tx>- »e body is con- is ver T^.s aj> : our ancestors .ar>ds of years' 4 y rr.arnrr.aJ ha* >rrr*a] fliuds of ttle of the fact id I m thinking >lization of un- is .p of egg* -t and vascular m.iK and use ets from what- Furope Masai :^ mer.tior a i are fwted fc^r in nay *orr*>- r v i i 4 STAR LAKE TEEN CLUB BUSY MAKING POSTERS for Field Day, Saturday, Sept. 2, benefit of Star Lake Jerry Lewis Summer Camp for Muscular Dystrophy, are from left, Mike Ober, Claudette Senter, Meg Vito and Nadeen Beaulieu. (McCarthy Photo) Clifton-Fine Area News By KVKLYN McCARTHY Mr and Mrs Wilfred Paro, Oswegatchie, were in Tustin, California last week to spend some time with their son and family. Mr and Mrs. Davkl (Linda Hickey) Paro who have become parents of their first child, a son Derrick Dean. 7 . pounds. 1 ounce, born July 29. David will be discharged the end of August from service with the I'S Marine Corps in which he has served for four years in- duding tours of Vietnam and Japan He received the Meritorious Mast citing superior performance. The David P^ro's will be returning home to the Star l^ke area after his discharge. Mack McCarthy of Fine and Neil Marsh of Star Lake have returned home with accredited diplomas from United Systems, Inc of Indianapolis since com- pleting the two-week training facilities at Columbus. Ind. at the Bakalar Air Force Base. The tractor-trailer driving course included training in first aid and defensive national safety driving techniques. Jeff Durham has resigned as daily paper delivery boy in the village of Oswegatchie after nine years, the first few years of which were spent in assisting his brothers John and Jerry on the route. Murray Smithers is the mew carrier Last weekend, Don and Leah Wright and Mabelle Douglas Nason attended the Douglas family reunion in Carthage at the home of Philip Lee They also spent some time at the wedding reception of Mr and Mrs Bruce St. l^jwrence at Juniper Hills in Harnsville Ivcwis Adams, Jr is home from Florida where he has been em- ployd ai Disney World since last January He intends to return to his studies at Potsdam State U. next week Born at the Clifton-Fine Hospital on August 7 to Robert and Suzanne (Burr) Doran of Star Lake, a daughter Darmielle Nichole weighing 4 pounds, 7 ounces. On August 14 a son Kelly Robert, 8 and one-half pounds, was born to Wayne and Patricia <Martin) Woods of Newton Falls. Cranberry Lake artist Jean Reynolds attended the Paint and Talent Festival for four days last week and submitted four, framed original paintings together with a portfolio of water colors. The \Elysian Field\ Band with band leader Mike Harron and the addition of a new guitarist Teddy Markwick appeared last Saturday night to furnish music for a Teen Club benefit dance at the K of C Hall in Newton Falls. They will again play for a dance at the same place on Saturday Aug 26 with their rock and roll and blues style. Cloy Adams of Oswegatchie was in Heuvelton last weekend to visit her brothers Silas, Albert and Robert, and on Saturday attended the wedding of Sam Burns and Celina La Shorn b at St. Mary's Church in Ogdensburg. On Sunday at Jacques Cartier Park in Ogdensburg, Cloy and her brothers attended the family reunion of the late John and Ella Paro with 65 members of the family. Members of the Hawley family gathered at the John Hawley summer cottage on Sucker Lake on Sunday. Aug. 13, for a family reunion and a reception to honor Mr and Mrs. Ronald Hawk, of Boise, Idaho, who have been here visiting the past few weeks. Ronald Hawley and Ana Marie XJuilanton were married June 10 at St. Nicholas Church in Rupert, Idaho. Attending from Watertown were Mr and Mrs. Edison Hawlev and Charles, Mrs. Aries By MABEL BAILEY Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Palmatier on the birth of their new son. Al Kyer of Fine was an Aug. 6 visitor of Mrs Edna Klock Clifford Jeffers of Newport, Va , arrived Aug. 10 to spend two weeks with his grandmother, Mrs. Blytha Jeffers Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mclntosh and daughters spent the week with her mother, Mrs. Edna Klock Jerry Kirker fell, Aug. 10, and had to be taken to the E J Noble Hospital and have six stitches to close a cut on his right arm Mrs. Grace Glasby and Chris of Fowler and Mrs. Fern Klock and Kenny were Friday callers of Mrs. Pat Lamica of Rock Island Road. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brown of Malone were Friday dinner guests of Edna, Ellen and Raymond Stevenson. Mrs. Chalres Bishop of Balmat was a Friday evening visitor of Mr and Mrs. Lee Dewan. Mrs. Edna Klock spent the Aug. IL weekend with Mrs. Beverly Sharpe and Mrs. Ordetta Sharpe of Madrid. Mrs. Grace Glasby of Fowler and Mrs Fern Klock were Saturday callers of Mrs. Sally Woods of Bigelow Mr. and Mrs. Lance Richards, Harry Woods, Jeanette and Doris Chisholm attended open house in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Barker's 35th anniversary at Somerville on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peck were Sunday callers of Albert Peck and Bonnie of Oneida Mr. and Mrs Gerald Gallagher and family of Hammond, Clifford Jeffers of Newport,' Va., Mr. and Mrs. George Shaw. Mrs. Donna Halpin, John and Karen of Oxbow enjoyed a cook-out with Mrs. Blytha Jeffers Mrs. Grace Glasby of Fowler and Mrs. Fern Klock were Sunday callers of Kenneth Klock, Sr. at an Ogdensburg hospital. Lee Watson of Edwards, Mrs. Robert Kirker and family were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Longton of Poland, NY. Joann Kirker remained for a week with Sherry Longton. Dough Longton returned to stay v with Jerry and Jim Kirker for a week. Pierce and children, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Barkley and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bast and children; Mr. Robert Estep and children of London, England, Mrs. Oliver Orumette of New Hartford; from New York Mills were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Orumette and children and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Whittles; Christopher Williams from Washington, DC. and from Star Lake were Mr. and Mrs. Murray Hawley, Mr and Mrs. Charles Cote and children, Mrs. Everett Wilcox, Mrs. Donald Seelye. and from Oswegatchie Mr and Mrs. John Hawley and Douglas The luncheon included a beautifully decorated wedding cake made by Sarah Smithes and Marion Durham. GUARANTEED for r WO Years/ COMPOUNDED DAILY foranannudlyfcUiof6J8% You gmf your grmafst rmturn of Page 7 Sec. 2 — The Tribune-Prc^, Gouverneur, N.Y. August 23. 1972 Johnstown Road Mr and Mrs Harold Denesha, Jr. and family. Mr and Mrs. Lance Richards and son attended the Elk's picnic at the Rod and Gun Club on Sunday- Mr, and Mrs. Philip Lynde and Dean were Sunday supper guests of Mr and Mrs Jack Good land family of Pleasant Lake Sand celebrated Mrs Good's birthday Ir. and Mrs. Seth Blood of iinghamton, Wanda Cutne of Felts Mills, Ted Totten of Hailesboro, Mr. and Mrs Richard Woodard and son of Natural Dam were Sunday callers of Mrs Jessie Yerdon. Jeff Denesha won Grand Champion at the Gouverneur Fair with his horse Micky and will be going to the Syracuse Fair Mrs Helen Jennings of Hailesboro and Mrs. Fern Klock were Sunday supper guests of Mrs Grace Glasby of Fowler. Mrs Douglas Marcellus and Amy of Fulton are spending a week with Mr and Mrs. Charles McCracken Kenny Klock Jr spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Eddie Woods of Bigelow. Mr. and Mrs Willis Deerwort of Clarenceville, Quebec spent Tuesday and Wednesday with Raymond, Ellen and Edna Stevenson. • Clifford Jeffers of Newport, Va , Mrs. Ellen Shaw of Oxbow and Mrs Blytha Jeffers were Tuesday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs Gerald Gallagher of Hammond Mr and Mrs Vincent Willard of Gouverneur were Tuesdav evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ben ware Dean Lynde was a Tuesday overnight guest of Jeff Bulger of Rochester at the home of Mr. and Mrs Luman Bulger. David Macaulay of Syracuse, Mr and Mrs Macaulay of upper Grove St. were Wednesday af- ternoon visitors of Mrs. Edna Klock Joey La Mar of Gouverneur, Jeanette and Doris Chisholm were Wednesday afternoon visitors of Mr and Mrs. Rodney Campbell of Antwerp. Mrs Elizabeth TuroJbuJl of Gouverneur and Mrs. Jessie Yerdon were Wednesday supper guests of Mrs. Ruth Whit ton of Gouverneur. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Brown and daughter of Hermon were Wednesday callers of Ellen, Edna and Raymond Stevenson. Mrs. Betty Cutrie and girls of Felts Mills were Wednesday evening guests of Mrs. Jessie Yerdon. Joey LaMar of Gouverneur was a'Wednesday overnight guest of Jeanette and Doris Chisholm. STORE HOURS: MON. • TWHS. « AM. T. MO ML FtL 9 AM. U 9 ML SAT. 9 AM. T. 530 Ml il Gouvenieur, N. Y. SUMMER Clearance DOUBLE POOL 5.67 Sale - - MOUND POOL REG. 5.87 Sale-- BOAT POOLS SMALL... REG. 4.47 SALE 3.33 URGE ... REG. 6.47 SALE 4.99 SWIMMING POOLS 4•SEATER SAND - 2 ONLY - PLASTIC SAND BOXES REG. 2.88 Sale STEEL - WALL POOLS LIMITED QUANTITY 12 - FT. POOL 36 LADDER . FILTER REG. 86.77 SALE 10 x 24 STEEL - WALL POOL 8 x 20 STEEL - WALL POOL . 16.99 REG. 23.87 Sale 9.99 REG. 14.97 ALL LAWN FURNITURE • POOL SUPPLIES • ALL CHAIR PADS • ALL CHAISE - LOUNGE PADS : LAWN CART I REG. 7.97 l{3 ONLY) i Sale LAWN SPREADER REG. 9.87 (2 ONLY) PICNIC JUGS I • GAL. SIZE REG. s A . 3.37 LE REG. 6.37 2 • GAL. SIZE L HAMMOCK LOUNGES 4-POINT TUBULAR FRAME • Mildew Resistant • Green Bed With Pillow (4 ONLY) Sale Child's Picnic Table REG. 6.87 (2 ONLY) LARGE 6-PIECE SWING SET REG. 44.97 Sale 3 • PIECE REG SWING SET 1987 • Healthful • Mutde • luild.ng • Co-ordination - Improvement • And Fwi TUFF 7BOT GYMS MOTORIZED GRILL U.L APPROVED MOTOR REG. 12.97 Sale TABLE GRILLS SMALL SIZE REG. 11.87 GRILLS COMPARE AT 5.87 WHILE SUPPLY LASTS QUALITY MERCHANDISE AT DISCOUNT PRICES

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