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P««« 4 S*c. 2— The Tribun«-Pre«, Gouverncur, NY. March I 4, 1973 Girl Scouting observes 61st birthday this week- Mrs. RenAK.Orford honored ofrbirthday ('•iris atyd adult members of the Thousand Islands (iirl Scout Council, inc.. this week join . almost four million members of ihc organization nation wide in observing the 61st birthday of Scouting During Ihe week of March U 17 in or* 1 than 5500 Brownies, Juniors. Cadettes and Seniors of * the tn-county council, along with leaders and other volunteers, are noting Clirl Scout Week This year's theme of \A Week of Celebration\ will be highlighted by introduction of a new Promise and l>aw, and of new uniforms for Brownies , t • 'Scouts in Jefferson. Lewis and Sf l^awrence counties began the week by attending church on Girl Scout Sabbath or Sunday. In several churches a service was followed by breakfast for the Scouts Ingatherings and other special meetings take place durmg the week as Scouts celebrate the birthday and thank organizations and communities for their sup- port Scouting this year observes its birthday with a newly-worded Promise and Law Words familiar to the more than 30 million women and men who have been involved in Scouting since it began March 12. 1912. are changed to more current words and phrases As they participate in Girl Scout week activities, troops will be repeating the new Promise: \On my honor, I will try To serve God. My country and mankind. And to live by the Girl Scout Law \ Older Scouts will note several differences in the new Law, which reads: \I will do my best: * to be honest, to be fair, to help where I am needed, to be cheerful, to be friendly and considerate, to be a sister to >very Girl Scout, to respect Mrs Rena K Orford was guest • >i honor Sunday at a birthday dinner given b> her children at the home of Stanley Orford 1 present were Miss Otiord. Mi and Mrs Kmerson Ortord. Mr and Mrs Stanley Orford and their children Jfvee. Valerie. Laurie, Diane and Stanley II, and Mr and Mrs Max K Tessmer tVivian* and Itour of their children Bethany. Belinda. Max Jr and Melhssa Mills Cynthia Tessmer was in Washington DC on a 4-H trip Mr and Mrs Anthony Swar- rhout iSally > and their three children Vestal N V 'were unable to attend as were two married grandchildren Mr and Mrs Gary Orford and tanuly. Star ten Island and Mr and Mrs Antjhony Ventura vSherry ^ and -daughter. Buffalo KKNA K OKKORD Natural Dam authority, to- use resources wisely, to protect and inprove the world around me. to show respect ior myself and others through my words and actions.\ Brownies, the youngest members of the Scouting family, will be appearing in new uniforms for the first time during Girl Scout Week A traditional style which has not changed greatly since 1941 has been replaced by five separates that can be mixed and matched, with accessories. A brown. A-line jumper can be worn separately or with com- binations of shorts, slacks and a blouse or orange knot pullover One thing remains constant, and that's the brown beanie which has long been a identifying mark for young Scouts. .The uniforms are available at local Scout equipment stores 1 Brownies take another step this ^as the>. too, learn the new Premise rather than a separate .ne which has traditionally been just tor them The approximately 270 troops of fhe Thousand islands Girl Scour Council join some 164.000 troops across the nation and in 49 countries where tVS. citizens are iivftig, in observation of Girl Scout Week Durmg this time girls in the United Fund- supported organization take note of their position as members of the World Assn. of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts in 91 countries Girl Scouting began 61 years ago when Juliette Gordon Lowe, brought to the I'nited States the ideas and ideals of Guiding learned from Lord Robert Baden- Powell in England The first troop, started in Savannah, Ga . in 1912. was the beginning of an organization v which today claims 3,716.000 members. Ec*-A'ards Scouts to hold bake sale By MANIE HURLEY The Edwards Cub Sout Pack 25 will hold a bake sale March 17, •1973 at Ferry's Store in Edwards from 10:00 a.m. until all food is sold. Any donations will be greatly appreciated and.can be picked up jby calling 562-3346 or 562-3719. .. Mr and Mrs Earl Noble and daughter. Margaret, and Mrs Addif 1 Noble left Thursday to attend fhe funeral of Dr Nicholas Viggiano at Nyack. N.Y. Mrs. Viggiano is the former Margaret Noble of Edwards. Pvt 2 Lee J Webb stationed at Aberdeen. JVld. was home on leave to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs Lee Webb. David Schryer spent the past • weekend with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Schryer and at- tended the funeral of his aunt in Chateaugay . Mr. and Mrs. William Schryer,of Columbus. Ohio, and daughters who nave been spending the past week visiting Mr and Mrs John Schryer, and other relatives and friends, left Saturday morning fortiome. Mrs Alan Uruburu and baby, Jason Alan, came home from the hospital Monday. Mr and Mrs. James L'ruburu and baby of Rochester spent the w**ekend with his parents. Mr. ~\~and Mrs Lewis Uruburu Mrs Uruburu and son will spend a week with the Uruburu s and with her parents in Gouverneur Mr and Mrs Redgie LaPoint and baby <»f Rochester visited her parents. Mr and Mrs Clarence Brassard the past weekend Mr and Mrs J Walter Smith called »>n Mrs Smith s cousins, Mrs Rose Dawley. Eddie Dawley and Archie VanSant. all panen's at the E J V>ble Hospital in Gouverneur They were supper guests of* Mrs Herbert MeEatheron of PfxAer S* reet Mr and Mrs J .Walter Smith called on Mr and Mrs Arnold .M-»reh«>use and Mrs Dora Baker «»f Fine fhe past we-ek Mrs Barbara Bu'ler called -on the Smith s and on Sundav the;r grandson? Tommy and David Smith of Russell visited rhem On March 8 Jeanne and J^rry Smitr observed their 32nd bir- thdavs ar Jeanne's lv>me with a h'.rhdav cak' They are the tw:n chJdren of Mr and Mrs J * direr Smith There was a t>>ard meeting at i'he Assembly of G\d Church om Sundav and a meeting of the Sunday Sch*»ol teacher * followed b> evening services at 7 p m < *-, IT; ursda > c verj n£ M a - ct : 5 a * .' pr, ffjere wHI 'tjc a prayer held in Adams Also on March 14 in Ogdensburg a Fellowship and Sectional Meeting will be held \with services beginning at 3 p.m.. supper hour, at ,5 p.m and another service at 7 p.m. with guest speakers All are welcome Girl Scout Week is March 11-17. In observance of Girl Scout Week Edwards Brovmie and Girl Scouts have a window display at Carl Hurley's Barber Shop. • Scouts attended services at Sacred Heart . and United ' Methodist on Girl Scout Sunday and took part in both services. Saturday. March 17, all Ed- wards Girl Scouts will be par- ticipating in the annual Girl Scout Ingathering held at- the Gnuverneur High School Auditorium at 2 p.m. In recognition of .National Girl Scouts Week, girls will be 'wearing fheir, uniforms to school this week . B\ SHIRLEY BESAW Mr and Mrs Lyle Besaw visited Mr and Mrs. Robert Tuttle Saturday evening, in their new frailer at the Sleepy Acre's trailer Park Mr and Mrs. Alan Glasford, Mr and Mrs Lyle Besaw, Mr. and Mrs Vincent Besaw. Jon and Tina Wilmet. Donald aitd Charles Besaw. and Wayne Matice visited Mr and Mrs George Youngs and family Sunday afternoon. Geese flocks and spring animals have been seen around so spring must be just around the comer Mr and Mrs Jerry Dusharrr and small son from Rochester visited at the Besaw home Saturday night Mr. and Mrs Carl Matice of Hermon visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul Matice Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Tuttle and family called on Mr. and Mrs. R\ger O'Hearn and Mr and Mrs. William Church of Edwards on Sunday Mrs. George Youngs. Mrs Roy 'Youngs of Edwards and Mrs Ceylon Walrath of DePeyster. visited Mr and Mrs Harold Baker in Copenhagen, Wed- nesdav. Doris Tuttle, Valda Hance and Shirlev Besaw called on Virginia Scott to help her celebrate her birthday, Thursday. Mr and Mrs. Ronald Fuller and son visited at the Besaw home Tuesday evening. Clarence Besaw of Fowler visited his brother Lyle Besaw and family Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Youngs of Edwards visited Mr. and Mrs. (Jeorge V»»ungs and family Sundax Charles Besaw and Wayne Mat ice enjoyed the Ski-doo races on the ice at Pleasant Lake Sunday They reported that they had a very large crowd Mr and Mrs Lyle Besaw \i sited his sister Mrs Mary Edwards and daughters. Sunday 'evening. ' Pine Hill By DORIS TCTTLE Mr and Mrs John Tuttle and daughter Gail, and Mrs Virginia Scott visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs Ben Tuttle Saturday afternoon Mr and Mrs. Tuttle and Gail w ere supper guests. Mr. and Mrs Ronald Tuttle and family and Ben Tuttle Jr visited Mr. and Mrs. Tuttle Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Ben Tuttle Sr. visited Mrs. ^Sharon Bowman and family Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Jesse Donaldson and family of Lisbon and Mr and Mrs James Donaldson and family of Canton were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Jesse Donaldson Sunday, March 4. Johnnie Donaldson of Rochester spent the mid-winter vacation with his parents Mr. and Mrs Jesse Donaldson, Jerry Donaldson^*of Syracuse spent Friday night with his parents and returned home Saturday. Ronald Tuttle of Natural Dam and David and Michael Tuttle spent fhe weekend with their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Besaw visited Mr and Mrs. Ben Tuttle Sr. Sunday morning. Clifton Fine Area News Ey EVELYN MCCARTHY The Rosary Altar Society is sponsoring bajce sales on Sat- urday, March 24'after 7; 30 p.m. mass and on Sunday, March 25 after 10:30 a.m. mass in St. Hu- bert's Hall at Star Lake, The Society is also conducing an Eas- ter ham raffle with tickets avail- able from any Rosary Altar So- ciety member, and the drawing to take place April 14, the Saturday before Palm Sunday* The Clifton-Fine Hospital ben- efit presentation of \Guys and Dolls\ by the Ogdensburg Com- munity Players is* scheduled with two performances on Sunday, Ap- ril 1 at the school auditorium. Matinee will begin at 2:30 p.m. with the evening performance at 7:30 p,nu The orchestral accompaniment will include professional musi- cians from the Ogdensburg area together with musicians of the Crane School of Music from Pots- dam. A choreographer from New York City is scheduled for the dances. The Clifton-Fine Commuiury Theater group wiil be working closely with the Ogdensburg Players in this production and urges the put he tc be aware of the excellent family entertain- ment ava:larle on April 1. The Ciiiton-Fir>e Com muni ry Theater held ar. ope^ meeting on Wednesday an^ electee Bob Gamparva president, Sal Capone treasurer, T' Nina Tayior or. the Board of Z>irectcrs were a^dec* new direct:rs Rod I>wney, J-hr. JPerrauu, Mary Jeffries an- Bofc NoocJy. The gr:jp is considering :rxee piavs, one of which to be present- ed trjs spring. . .During ihe par. week, the theat- er group ir.stai.ee five dimmer lights ir the cver^e&z spot- lights in t\--e S'hocl aucucnum. It waj vctec :c raise the an- ;nua! award from %¥ tc SIX Sir rhc gradui # :r>g tenior ccn- g ecjcation IT. the Arts, Theater is • ner.-pr3*:t organ- * ;5 s-t.U a ;>a*:er* a' tttf- H use «if 'hf- G<od •K^^nLar. it. fca'ervw- A- iOa m Thjrsda> March ;5 a WV A rr.r^ing *';li tv r>e. i a: * !> } *a r $* *na £ * « 'V Ksserr. r>. > A *\r< <>,JTCT. Kact. lad> i* *• rrm* * 'ON tor :r* r,~ *t*T* ss M rx**d tor a for f r** ^vr*er~. K'. s >-.'+C \ a**erx: • Vi-rr ;f a CA HA:]\ * 2*tier anc an> profits JfrcT. :heir pr*••->?*£:*•*£ are ic- narfc- t: ioca. »T\^»^ie pr:- } L year's drr*a:.or of Fine Fire Depu were , Larry Cleveland of Harrisville re- ceiving $121 and Frank Rose of Star Lak^ receiving $99,50. s The draMngs in the \50-50\ Club are ffeade each Saturday night at the/ dances helfe by the FFD to rfiise funds for the build- ing of the new FirehalL „ A covered dish supper was \held last Saturday evening for the Fine Firemen and Auxiliary with invited guests who had assisted so willingly on the building. The cupboards have been installed in the new kitchen and the flooring and ceiling work is currently un- derway. The Father M.R. Bourbeau 1571 § Knights of Columbus with the Ladies Auxiliary will host the annual parry IDT the Clifton-Fme Senior Citizens Club on Sunday, March* 18 with a Su Patrick's theme, . . -The entertainment will begin at 2 p.m. in St. Hubert's Recrea- tion Rooms with a dinner to be served late * in the aftemoon. Lick Witters, Star Lake phar- macist, is scheduled guest speax- er at the regular meeting of the Senior Citizens on March 20. He wnl give a taJjc^explaining ioc- ' tor's prescription drugs as it ties in with Medicare. Tentative plans for the near fu- ture .inc iude a Pot lie Health Nurse as guest speaker to ex- pi am nursing care for senior dozens. MTss G,or:a Tacchel.i, coor- dinator of tr?e CCL> progrsrr. in Star Lajce, w^J cenduct ar. actilt educator, course ennt^ed \Per.- ar.:e -- A Time t- r^ Reeoncn- ed'\ Tnese classes wi-i be -te.i Wed-iescay r^gh.ts fr^-rr. \:y..9:3C p»r*^ and Tnurs-ay aftemr^ns fr'T. ] - 3 p.^. at Su Mary's <Ca*ecbe*ica: Ce-.ter. m The f.rst ir the series *tij ibe ' # s;n' f r>eid Mar:r. i4 anc! 15. The wecor£ w; ti be \Conscience\ or. .Mar:\ 2i ar>: 22. ' i Confes- s;DT.' f *iil be Mirer 11 anc 2^. A rrr.mir-y w;i: be neic Apr:! 4 an- April 5. The Ptr.arce Ser-. - ice mill be heii it \:3C p^n-^ ^ Apr;. ,;i ,at c-je of :Se area Cat-o.K CT-jr siorts Jesus may have to offer is welcome to the informal feliow- iship : and discussions to follow Sunday morning worship at 11:15 a.iru at the Star Lake Presby- terian Church. Joining is not a necessity and welcome is made to anyone for whatever interest in learning ai>out Christ and what life : might be like with Him. A special Lenten Choir is be- ing organized and anyone inter- ested in participating with a group of people to provide special mu- sic for Easter and some of the special Lenten worship services is asked to contact Rev. Goyette or Nfc-s. Fontana. If you are look- ing for some special way to be of service to Christ during Lent, this can be the means of making a significant contribution as weli as having good fun singing. Lon't be shy, if you cannot sing well, you can still \make a joyful noise tc the Lord.\ Anne Ross of Newton Fails is coordinator of the newly \formed Bicycle Club presently-, includ- ing almost rwenty elementary youth of the area. A \famiiy day\ was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul La- Rocque, Lake Road, to honor Mrs. Rudolph (Betsy) Sovay with a stork shower. Attending were over 15 families representing school administration, profes- sional people of the area and many friends. A dinner was served to the iarge group of well-wish- ers and included in the enter- tainment of the day Denise La- Rocque directed the children in a presentation of their version of \Cinderella\. Cathy Finch reports for those who did not make the trip to Potsdam for the afternoon mat- inee of Benjamin Britten's 'The Little Sweep\ and scenes from Mozart's \Don Giovanni\—they missed an excellent perform- ance. Little Sweep\ was put on with the cooperation of Congdon Campus School with Mrs. Menotti directing it. This \-pera\ was in English and the audience even got to sing some chorus. A Ur..-r. pans- Cr-r---;-~ tr-e Scar Lare F+r* gr:-J7 MJ receive: *^» apc.ici- r.-rj f-r t\.s year'? ic-,a*:--. dt pr-«:e--ii fr-m the f-r/::-ir^ spr-.TS p.r., arvt\ the EX'-up *-•.- c-mes z-lher t:p^-«:;-ns ir-r f-r the c-r- tr.-e T'r ike Arv r»:a « Z^. tr Gcyent ^^s nf Paris* Apr., i - ever CHILDREN'S SHOE SALE NOW SELECTED GROUP 175 PAIRS TO (REGULARLY 9 ' to 15 ) We Honor Master Charge and Bank Amencard - CARBONE'S SHOE STORE Engagement mi noun red An August 2b wedding is planned by Miss Cynthia J Jemola, daughter of Mrs Stanley Jemola. oi Kast Gillette Koad. Clay, and Michael Bullard, son of Mi and Mrs Kdward Bullard. Cranberry Lake Miss Jrmola is a graduate of Cicero High School Kir Bullard graduated from Clifton Fine High School. Star l,ake Both are employed by Marine Midland Service Corp AROUND TOWN Word has been received of the birth of an eight 1b one and one lalf ounce son, Donald Lee Jr >Vb 15 to Donald and Sharon Jennings of Statesboro. (Ja ft^v are former residents uf Goinermmr j\i rs _ Jennings is the daughter <3t Mr and Mrs John Mavilie and B^nald is the son of Mr and Mrs. lwkyip Jennings .Donald Jenning^^s assistant manager of Kliior\prugs of Sfatesboro The Democrat party TWId a fiM»d sales at fhe Waten^vn Matress Co. Friday, March which was very successful They -also sold chances on a pair of electric scissors which was Wu n b\ Joe Clancy Wish to thank everyone who baked the food or helped any other way The Banum league will have their banquet March 24. 11:45 at Penguin Lanes Anyone wishing to bowl first should be there earlier as there is a tournament ROBIN 1 II.VrilWAY Miss Hathway plans to wed Mr and Mrs Jack K Hathway, Harrisville. announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Kobin Lesley Hathwa>. to' David William Chamberlain, son oi Mr and Mrs Paul C. Chamberlain. Harnsville - iss Hathway will graduate in JuiieVtrom Harrisville lYntral Sc Mr/Charrocr Harrisville (v was a 1972 gradual Si ate I'niversity planning an August wedding. .ilso attended ^School and (.mil Oswego couple is Senior Citizens form executive committee C'ATIIKHINE FINCH Catherine Finch wins scholarship Dr. Harrington has announced the recipient of the Tony Peter- son Memorial School Schol- arship for 1972-73 is Catherine Finch, daughter of Franklin and Betty Finch oi Oswegatc hie. This Is her second consecutive year as recipient of the $500 scholarship from income received from the scholarship fund created by the Peterson family. • Miss Finch, after five seme- sters in the Crane School of Mu- sic at Potsdam r has a cumulative average of 3.12 oi a possible 4. She is a member of ZetaGam- ma Sigma Sorority, arid Kappa Delta Pi, Honor Society in Educa- tion. She is active in the ;>era Guild at college and is as- mg with the music program at Salary's School in Potsdam. The St. Lawrence County Council uf Senior Citizens has formed an executive committee to expedite operations of the council. The new committee, while remaining representative of the clubs which comprise the council, consists of 12 members and will be able to operate more efficiently on some matters than the council as a whole. The new executive committee is comprised of six advisors and six officers Dr. Robert Johnson, William Fournier. Morris Mahoney, Michael Santora. Rev. Sizeland. and Walter Langdon are advisors on the executive committee. The officers on the committee are Frederick KJeemeier, Mrs. Margaret Cuth- bert, Mrs. Marion Hunter, Paul VaiJlencourt, Mrs Lena Wadleigh. and Mrs. Rose Rowe. The executive committee and the council as a whole will be concerned with matters involving the elderly in ,the areas of education, recreation, political action, health, and tran- sportation. One major task facing ihe council will-be to try to keep the many services already of* tered the elderly available despite the announced cut off in federal funding for the future. Around Town Peter Desnoyers. son of Mr and Mrs. Archie R Desnoyers, accompanied by Bill Owen, Unadilla, Glenn Boetcher. Troy, and T<»m Markle. Binghamton, New York spent three days the past week visiting Peter's family. All are students at the State University i>f New York at Brock- port They were on spring vacation from the college Duplica n Winners at VVednesda^r^&rjdge were Joanne Burtis ^^Rd Margaret Gates, first; Mai Baker and Fran Bracey. second, and Ruth Peck and Dan Barr. third . In Saturday's game, Dr Adler «<and Mrs Slack were first; Charles V T an Burgen and William Fournier. second, and Joanne Burtis and - Louise Ruderman, ' third The scenes from \Don Giovan- ni\ were staged by Dr. Richard Griffith, voice teacher at Crane and were* accompanied by Larry Laskarnski at the piano. Our own Catherine Finch played one of the .leads in both scenes with Steve Welieman, a Crane student, sup- plying the other lead. Catherine portrayed Donna Elvira while Sieve sang to her portraying Leporello, Don Giovannis right hand man. In the other scene, Catherine became Zeriina, a pea- sant girl flattered by Don's Wiles (alias Steve) in the duet \Lac: Darem LaMano*'. Pine Hill Ronald Tuttle returned to High School Thursday. March 1 after being out of school for five months after breaking his leg BILL OF FARE • HOT AND COLD SAXDWICH PLATES • PIZZA WITH ALL THE TRIMMINGS • CHILI 'N CRACMR8 • JUMBO l 4 LB. HAMBURGERS m SHRIMP OR CHICKEN IN A BASKET FRIDAY THRU SUNDAY • FULL COURSE DINNERS • AUNT' NELLIE'S HOMEMADE SPECIALS ALL LEGAL BEVERAGES RESERVE NOW FOR BANQUETS, RECEPTIONS, PARTIES ENJOY THE AUTHENTIC 1800 s ATMOSPHERE PEOPLE OF GOUVERNEUR We ere sure that the one(s) responsible for the error in filing the Republican petition for nomination realizes that an unfortunate mistake was made and that similar errors should be -avoided in the future. . We are not the ones who broke the law, and i did not appeal the iudqe's decision.\ But. we are appealing to the voters 1 f>ortTony Pastizxo for Mayor, and Mary and James Sprogue for Village Trustees.

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