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The Gouverneur tribune-press. (Gouverneur, N.Y.) 1959-1973, December 13, 1972, Image 6

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6 S«c. I — The Tribane-Prew. Gourernew, N.Y. December 13. 1972. Low and fall. BMXBfiU Elizabeth Downey Mrs. Elizabeth Downey, 86, Cambray Court, widow of James J. Downey died Tuesday in Gouverneur Edward John Noble Hospital, where she had been a patient three weeks A memorial service will be held later. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Nyles (Helen). Crowner, Gouverneur; two sons, Dr. Robert W Downey, Griffith, Ind., and Dr. James P. Downey, Portage, Ind.; seven grand- children and two great- grandchildren. She was born in Leipzig, Germany, Sept. 17, 1886, daughter of Rudolph and Anna Zeihardt Grueter and was married to James J. Downey in Chicago in 1908. After her husbands death in 1943, she continued to live in Chicago until moving to Gouverneur in 1971. She was a member of Marble City OES Chapter 92, Gouver- neur, and Gouverneur Senior Citizens. Mildred E. Austin Funeral services were held Thursday for Mrs. Mildred E Austin, 69, at the Green Funeral Home, Hermon. Rev. Joseph Barber of the Hermon First Baptist Church officiated. Burial was in the Hermon Cemetery. Mrs. Austin, wife of Clarence Austin, DeKalb Junction, died Monday morning in E.J. Noble Hospital, Canton, after an illness of two months. Surviving, besides her husband, are a daughter, Mrs. Eugene Louise Anderson, DeKalb; a son, Douglas BrowneU, Damascus, Md.; a sister. Mrs. Lloyd (Beulah) Scott, Sabattus, Me.; three brothers, Robert Brownell, Watertown, Fayette, Hannawa Falls, and Roger Brownell, Sabattus, Me. Born in Hopkinton, Dec. 12, 1902, daughter of William and Blanche Haven Brownell, she was married to Clarence Austin on June 20, 1928, in the Potsdam Baptist Church. She had taught in rural schools in the Hermon- DeKalb District from 1933 to 1966. Mrs. Emogene Oickson Funeral services were held Saturday at the Moore Funeral Home, Antwerp, for Mrs. Emogene Dickson, 95. Rev. Donald K Dodds, pastor of the Antwerp Shared Ministry Church, officiated Burial was in Redwood Cemetery. Mrs. Dickson, widow of James Robert Dickson, died at home Wednesday evening after a long illness. Surviving are two sons, Wilbur, Antwerp and Peter, Syracuse; three daughters, Mrs. Harold (Ruth) Hale, Antwerp, Mrs. William (Bessie) Chrestler, Syracuse, and Mrs. John (Lucille) WiUard, Antwerp; two brothers, Roy Eager, Philadelphia, Willard Eager, Antwerp; a sister, Mrs. Mabel Eggleston, Fulton; nine grand- children, 16 great - grand- children, and one great - great grandchild. Mrs. Dickson was born in Hammond March 18, 1877, daughter of George and Josephine Rosenbarker Eager. She attended Hammond schools and was married to James Robert Dickson Nov. 29, 1900, in Alexandria Bay. The couple operated a dairy farm on the Antwerp - Bregville Road, until 1923, when they moved into the village. Mr. Dickson died June 15, 1946, and since that time she lived with her daughter, Mrs. Joan Willard, Van Buren Street. . Miss Jessie Hart Miss Jessie Hart, 87, retired teacher died Tuesday evening, Dec. 5 in an Ogdensburg Hospital. The funeral was held Friday, Dec. 8 at the Frederick Brothers Funeral Home, with Rev. Charles Blankenship, pastor of United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial was in Sanford Corners Cemetery, Calcium. Surviving are a brother Karl Hart, Philadelphia, and,two nephews. Born Sept. 14, 1885 at Philadelphia, daughter of Fred and Emma Fuller Hart. She was graduated from Philadelphia High School, attended Teacher Training Class at Watertown and was graduated from Oberlin Conservatory of Music, Ohio. Miss Hart taught in Philadelphia District Schools for a time, for a number of years in the Watertown school system and later in Rome until retiring about 20 years ago. Mrs. Elsa Appleton Mrs. Elsa Gunnison Appleton, 68, died at her home in Mount Kisco on Sunday, Dec. 10, after a long illness A funeral service for Mrs. Appleton will be conducted in Gunnison Memorial Chapel at St. Lawrence University at 12 noon today, wiST the Hev Varre A. Cummins, university chaplain, officiating. Lawrence Funeral Home is assisting with arrangements. Interment will be in Evergreen Cemetery. Surviving are her husband, Oliver D. Appleton, a trustee emeritus of the university; a daughter, Mrs. Charles B. Stone, Jr., of Middletown, Conn.; two sons, Frederic G Appleton of Darien, Conn, and Charles W. Appleton of Weston, Conn., and nine grandchildren. A member of two of the most prominent families connected with St. Lawrence University, Mrs. Appleton was born on Jan. 15, 1904, in Brooklyn, the daughter of Frederic E. and Rose Fancner Gunnison. She was graduated from the university in 1926 and belonged to Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. As an undergraduate she laid the cornerstone of Gunnison Memorial Chapel, which was completed in 1926 and is named for her grandfather, Dr. Almon Gunnison, president of St. Lawrence from 1899 to 1914. On Dec. 3, 1927, she was married to Mr. Appleton, a 1927 graduate of St. Lawrence. Along with her husband, she was a long- time benefactor of the university. The Elsa Gunnison Appleton Riding Hall, completed in 1966, was made possible through the interest and generosity of Mrs. Appleton and her husband. ' Henry C. Luther The funeral Cor Henry C. Luther, 72, was held Thursday morning at the Mann Funeral Home, Madrid, Rev. Calvin Zimmer, pastor of the Madrid Protestant Churches officiating. Burial was in the Spragueville Cemetery, Rossie. Mr Mann was found lying on the road at the intersection of Routes 56 and 56A at about 10:30 am Monday. He was pronounced dead on arrival at the Potsdam Hospital It is believed he had had a problem with his car and was walking to a garage for help. St. Lawrence County coroner David E. Donaldson said death was due to natural causes. He is survivied by his widow, Mrs Bertha Luther, a step-son, Warren Allen, Rossie; two brothers, James Luther, Massena, and Harlo Luther, Harrisvilie; four sisters, Mrs. Rose Hill, Mrs. Aljce Dibble, Miss Anna Luther, all of Harrisville, and Mrs. Grace Fournier, Orchard Park, Calif.; five grandchildren; nieces and nephews Bom in Harrisville Jan. 21, 1900, a son of OUie and * Ruth Allen Covell Charles 0. Covell The double funeral services for Mrs. Ruth Allen Covell, 66, and Charles O. Covell, 70, Canton, will be held this afternoon at 2 p.m. at the Canton Presbyterian Church. Rev. Richard Stone, Canton and quarries, for the New York Central Railroad, St. Joseph Lead Co. and W. H. Loomis Tak Co. He was employed by In- ternational Talc for 22 years until retirement. He married Mildred Holmes at Gouverneur Trinity Episcopal Church Nov. 11, 1926, with Rev. V. O. Boyle, officiating. She died in 1966. He was a life member of Gouverneur Rod and Gun Club. Mrs. Hazel B. Manchester The funeral was held yesterday for Mrs. HareJ B. Manchester, 81, at the home of a son, Lyle, Harrisville and at the Pitcairn Church of Christ. Rev. Howe B. Perry, pastor of the Baptist Church, assisted by Rev. Edward Cora-Elliot of the East Pitcairn Luther Luther, he married Bertha Allen in Harrisville in 1944. He was a retired dairy farmer. Garneld Savage Hie funeral was held Saturday for Garneld Savage, 71, at Burr - Green Funeral Home, Rev. Edward F. Caldwell, rector, Trinity Episcopal Church, of- ficiating. Burial was in East Riverside Cemetery. Mr. Savage, 62 Dorwin, former International Talc Company repairman, was pronounced dead at Edward John Noble Hospital, after being taken ill at home. Surviving are a daughter, Sandra, Gouverneur; four sisters, Mrs. Glen (June Hall, Gouverneur; Mrs. Raymond (Ota) Cring. of Walrath; Mrs. James (Vivian) Jackson, Watertown, N.J., and Mrs. Violet Liscum, Gouverneur. Born in the Town of Diana Dec. 31,1900. son of Edmond and Jane Lavancha Savage, he attended Gouverneur schools. Mr. Savage worked in the local marble THANKING YOU FOR YOUR LOYAL SUPPORT, WE ARE CONTINUING OUR 25th Anniversary Sale TILL CHRISTMAS TO MAKE THIS ONCE - ONLY SALE MORE EFFECTIVE AND TO GIVE OUR CUSTOMERS MORE TIME TO SAVE EVERY ITEM IN THE STORE REDUCED I I Zenith Super - Chromacolor TV's Reduced 16'PORTABLE TV FEATURING NO wmtst MO CORDS! NO ftATTtftNES! Change VHF channels. Turn Mtonor off. $ •01 §1 OR Contemporary portab* In Rottwood cok>r Advanced Super Cnromacotor Picture Tube • Dependable High-Performance Super Video Ranee Tuner • AFC MiW, BMLUAMT PICTURE! ONE-BUTTON TUNING! 375 ^SCHJD-STATE TABLE MODEL 100% 8OUD-8TATE TTMiaOO CHASSIS aH The LAHOTON D4740W Grained Walnut color metal cabinet. Super Chromacotor Picture-brighter man the famous original Zenith Chromacoftor tube. 100% Sofid-State Titan 200 Chaeeftt. One-Button Tuning AFC AN EXTRA SPECIAL 3 FRIGIDAIRE DISHWASHERS GREATLY REDUCED W» Srf 0* kmd Vt Vt $4 G&C HARDWARE EAST **• STKET GOUVERNEUR PHONE 287-1290 Wesleyan Church, officiated. Burial was in Pitcairn Cemetery. Mrs. Manchester, R.D 2, Harrisville, widow of Elmer Manchester, died Sunday mor- ning in the Potsdam Nursing Home, where she had been a patient two and one-half years. She had been in ill health 10 years. Surviving are eight sons, Gilderoy, Great Bend, Loyal, Gouverneur, twins, Lyle and Nyle, Loren, Wyman and Wayne, all of Pitcairn, Ralph, Canton; two daughters, Mrs. Lawrence (Alice) Morgan, Edwards, Mrs. Casper (Grace) La Cross, Harrisville, and 2b grand* children. Born June 24,1891, at Norwood, a daughter of William and Alice Estes Worden, she was married to Elmer Manchester Oct. 29, 1906, at Geer's Corners, Pitcairn. The couple operated a farm at Pitcairn all their married life. Mr. Manchester died March 23, 1960. She had made her home with a son, Lyle, prior to entering the nursing home. Mrs. Manchester was a member of the Pitcairn Disciple Church of Christ. Mrs. Margaret L Stone Funeral services were held yesterday for Margaret L. Storie, 69, 180 Rock Island St., at Sprague Funeral Home. Rev. Stanley E. Brown, pastor of the United Methodist Church, of- ficiated Burial was in Riverside Cemetery. Mrs. Storte, widow of Kenneth Storie and former Bank of Gouverneur teller, died Sunday morning at Edward John Noble Hospital. Surviving are nieces and nephews. Born in the Town of Macomb March 18, 1903, daughter of George and Minnie Woodward Love, she attended school at Macomb, Gouverneur High School, and Watertown School of Commerce. After working as secretary for the W.H Loomis Talc Co. for several years, she went to work for the Bank of Gouverneur, acting as a teller until retirement due to ill health. She was a member of United Methodist Church and the WSCS, member of Gouverneur Business Women's Club and for years has been treasurer of the Gouverneur Edward John Noble Hospital Auxiliary. She was married to Kenneth Storie Jan. 5, 1923, at Gouverneur Methodist parsonage by Rev. H.C. Campbell Mr Storie. a telephone company employe, died Aug 21, 1950 Contributions may be made to the Gouveroeur Edward John Noble Hospital Mrs. Ella Winters The funeral wu held yesterday for Mrs Ella Cmghtoc Winters. 81. at the family home and at the Congregational Church. Ren- weUer Falls Rev Albert A Cameron, co-pastor of the St. Lawrence Valley Parish, of- ficiated Burial will .be in Hilkrrest Cemetery, HeuveJton, in the spring Mr* Winters widow of Roy Winters d>ed Saturday morning in A Barton Hepburn Hospital. Ogdensburg Surviving are a son. Orrin. of Henrietta Okla a brother. Homer Creighton Boonville three grandchildren, nieces. nephew I and cousins Bom in DeKalb Aug JO, 1W1 daughter of Wesley and Anna Canfield Creigbtoo. she was mamed to Roy Winters oa Feb IS till at HewefcoB Mr and Mrs Winters farmed in the Rens*ei*er Fails sectwo unui im whee ;be> retired toci rrtoved to the nfiafe She nt i member of Ura Chapter 324 and the Faik aod Pomona Graufg* Rev. Gerald Shibley, Hammond, will officiate Burial will be in Pleasant Valley Cemetery. Mrs. Covell died Sunday af- ternoon at her home. Mr. Covell died 25 hours after his wife, In A. Barton Hepburn Hospital, Ogdensburg, where he had been a patient since Oct. 29. Mrs. Covell is survived by two cousins, Mrs. Elsworth Mabey of Parsippany, N.J., and Richard Smith of Overland Park, Kas. She was born in Hammond April l, 1906, daughter of Erwin and Mable Johnston Allen. She was graduated from Hermon High School in 1922, and St. Lawrence University in 1926, where she was a member of Kappa Delta Sorority. She taught school in Randolf for two years and in Alexandria Bay until -1931. She was married to Charles O. Covell of Macomb at Hammond June 30, 1931, and they moved to Westflekl, N.J. where she taught until her retirement in 1964. She became interested in weaving after Yuba City, Calif., nieces, nephews and cousins. He was bom March 28, 1902, at Pope Mills, son of Willett and Gennie Sterling Covell. He was graduated from Gouverneur High School in 1921 and from St. Lawrence University in 1925. He received a master of Education degree from St. Lawrence and was a member of Sigma Phi Fraternity He taught for a while at Cory, Pa. On June 30,1931, he married Ruth Allen. Thev moved to Westfield, N.J. where they both taught until 1964. He coached football there for 25 years. They moved to Canton in 1905. He was a member of the first Presbyterian Church, the Canton Rotary dub, St. Lawrence Lodge ill, F&AM, and was active in the St. Lawrence University Alumni Association. Contributions may be made to the flower fund of the Canton Presbyterian Church. seeing an aunt's Smithsonian In- stitution, and became an ac- complished weaver and president of the Westfield Weavers Guild. Hie couple moved to Canton in 1965. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church and the study club of Canton. Mr. Covell is survived by a sister, Mrs. Martin (Amy) Ryan, Haverford, Pa.; three brothers, Roswell, of Hamilton, Woodrow, of Belfast, N.Y., and Frederick of 3 of a Kind Is A Winner When you, fill your tank and the automatic nozzls $top* at Ui-556-666-777-888 it'$ on The House GOUVERNEUR SERVICE CENTO IK L MAM ST.. •OUVaUMUI. PH. tV-Xt* MOIIL 9ASOUNE AND OILS • CAR STARTS • ROAD SERVICE • BATTERIES • TIRES • POt BflRMNCY SSmCI APT* t F M. 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