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The Gouverneur tribune-press. (Gouverneur, N.Y.) 1959-1973, March 21, 1973, Image 11

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ario, Mike Mouotaia, tiunal Junior College , Board of Trustees at jge from Glenn Kllyn, cored 79 goals in five A Hockey Champion >d Dupage College of ollege Title, ginning ; are recommended for bird watcher and iS hunter. These provide stance in learning to aterfowl in the water air from flight pattern *eas where waterfowl served are Henderson Crystal I>ake in the Henderson. Lakeview anagement Area and Beach Area near . French Wildlife »nt Area near Clayton, Lower I^ikes Wildlife nt Area near Canton Ashland Wildlife >nl Area near Three Parking and ob- facilities at these are limited or non- nd most observations de from the roadside. times for observation morning or late af- len birds are actively i surrounding coro- owever, on cloudy Jays birds will feed day and can be ob- uanv cornfields in the COMESEI X>P JOHN for rAMAHA MOTORCYCLES at Q +J- N * ;|7 ; 40 9 A M |» M Vo< Trf 5 ;D I CO. WENT INS ues ) — TKe Tribun«-Pr«^. Couv«rneur, N.Y. March 21. 197S Fine News Notes •i* Hy MRS. UKKAI J> HILLINGS Kstella Vert, captain of the Heart Fund in Fine, and her volunteers, Krsel Reed, Stella Shank, Virginia Campbell, Klla Hyde, Francis Klock and Klaine Terry wish to announce the sum they collected was $%. Kstella Vert has returned home after spending several days with Mr and Mrs. Charles Corey at Bridgeport, NY Mr. and Mrs. Corey, Kstella Vert and Dale Horning spent the day of March 4 trailriding at Old Forge Mrs. Guy Beach and son Fred of Oswegatchie, and Rachel Kerr of Fine called on Guy Beach and Mr and Mrs. Floyd Myers at Barlow Nursing Home, Canton, March 10. \ Mr and Mrs. Lyle Wells and children Jared and Heather of Madrid called on Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Billings March 11. Mrs. Ben DemmonNmd Ben •Stephen were in Watertown March 12. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Billings called on Rose Ezro at Clifton- Fine Hospital, Star Lake, March 9. Carl Denesha, son of Mr lind Mrs Vunion Denesha, had the misfortune to break his ankle and was in Clifton-Fine Hospital, Star l*ke, March 8 to 12. IJoyd (jraham returned home from Clifton-Fine Hospital Friday, March 9, Mr and Mrs Alfred Fenton and children of South Kdwards were guests of Mr and Mrs. IJoyd Fenton one evening the past week Klton hohall, Watertown, called on Mr and Mrs IJoyd Fenton Sunday evening March Those attending the spaghetti supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. IJoyd Fenton Saturday, March 10 were Mr. and Mrs Bert Fenton, Mr and Mrs Vernon Denesha of Fine, Mr. and Mrs. John Perrault of Star Lake and Mr and Mrs. David Zuhlsdorf of Cracker Box Road. The evening was spent playing Password.' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Van House of Hermon visited his parents, Mr and Mrs. Morgan Van House, March 8. Mr and Mra Ronnie Van House, Tanya and Derek of Ogdensburg and Mrs I^urie Wendt of Star I,ake spent the day with Mr and Mrs Morgan Van House March 10 Kstella Vert, Fine, and Mr and Mrs Charles ( urey of Bridgeport spent Saturday and Sunday, March 10 and 11 at Vermontville On Saturday they attended the Snowmobile races at Malone Vaughn and Kverett Percy, DeKalb Junction, were guests of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Hutton, one day the past week Mr and Mrs Claude Livingston and daughters, of DeKalb Junction, visited Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Hutton March 11. Jean Shene, who is a teacher in Syracuse, spent March 9-11 with her parents, Mr and Mrs Harry Shene and family Mr and Mrs James Herndon of Carthage was a dinner guest, March 11, of her parents, Mr and Mrs Harry Shene and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Seamen of Utica spent the March 10 weekend at their home on the Fine Kdwards road Roy Alguire visited his son and family Mr and Mrs. Klisworth Alguire of Brasie Comers March 10 'Hie firemen, auxiliary and the commissioners, and their families also the contractor for the new fire hall George Ballou of Natural Bridge and family and all those who helped on the fire hall had a jget together and supper Saturday night, March 10. Mrs I<ewts Kerr was the winner of the week on the 50-50 drawing Mrs. Fred i Mary > Reynolds, l<auri and Handy of Kichville, visited her parents Mr and Mrs. Hoy Alguire March 13. Mrs. Hoy Alguire has received word of the death of her brother- in-law, Daniel Swern of Fdgewater Park, Morristown, at the A Barton Hepburn Hospital in Ogdensubrg on March 9. Mr. and Mrs Ted Burnet of DeKalb Junction visited her brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Hutton, March 14 Mr. and Mrs Clyde Durham, North Hose, visited Mr. and Mrs. .1 SALE - FINAL WEEK'S Special offer to our customers This specially printed 48-page book, \Easing the Crisis in Food Prices\ is a straightforward guide that tells how to stretch your food dollars four ways. Ako, give* you an insight into how other foomemalcers cope with the food price crisis, contains invaluable information in the form of tips, charts and pictures that'll help you pare dollars from your food budget. Whirlpool SAVING SALE! Beautiful savings! Beautiful new models! We have a floorful and want to move them out fast. Save while the savfng's great! sn •*v * 13 CU. FT. UFHSEUTOI FREEZER 2QQ NO FROST IN REFRIGERATOR^ FREEZER SUPER STORAGE DOORS WITH IUTTER * AND EGG NESTS-TAU IOTTIE SPAC1 SEPARATE TEMPERATURE CONTROLS GIANT PORCUAIN ENAMEL CRISPER 2-SPEED 3-CYCLE AUTO. 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There was a concert at the Wesley an Church in .Pitcairn presented by The Singing Psalms from Cooks Corners, March 13 Those attending from fine were Mr and Mrs Ben Dern- inon, Amy-Jo and Ben Stephen r .Jtachel Finley, Kdna Sykes, Michael Davenport and Darleen, ' Doreen and Kary Finley and Mr and Mrs Clyde Durham from North Ruse Following the concert -a lun- cheon was served at the home of Rev. and Mrs Kdward Klliott The Singing Psalms are planning to give another concert April 29 Mr and Mrs Clyde Durham of North Rose spent several days with Mr. and Mrs Ben Demmon and family the past week WITH THE ARRIVAL of Juanita Lea Culbertson, five generations were represented in the family of great - great grandmother, Mrs. Nelson Marsh (Zelpha Webb), Oswegatchie. Front, from left: Mrs. Kenneth Rowe (Ethel Marsh), Star Lake; Juanita Lea, Mrs. Marsh. Standing, Mrs. Carl Culbertson (Paula Woodward), Antwerp, and Mrs. Bryon Woodward, (Shirley ftowe> Gouverneur. Scotch Settlement By MABEL BAILEY Mr. and Mrs. William Hawn Sr. received word that they have a new great - granddaughter, born to Mr. and Mrs. Eric Buzzeil of Berry Bay, Ont. on March 3, weighing 8 lbs. 2 oz. Mr. and Mrs. David Stamper and family of Balmat, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen and Sadie, Mr and Mrs. Harry Yerdon and Micky. Gouverneur were March 8 SUPER \K DISCOUNTS GOOD THRU SATURDAY MARCH 24 SAVE 47c 7 oi. SIZE COLGATE TOOTHPASTE W /FREE 69c TOOTHIRUSM SAVE 49c SOFTIQUE IATH OIL 49 SAVE 48< Absorbine ABSORBINE 12 TWIN PRINTS Edwards By MAME L. HURLfiV -.Steven Zaluski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zaluski, and a junior at State University College at Brockport, made the Dean's List for the fall semester Mrs Manie Hurley attended the eighth birthday party of her granddaughter. Maggie Hurley at Gouverneur on Tuesday evening. March 13. Mr. and Mrs Floyd Hurley and Manie Hurley attended the surprise birthday party for I^arry K Hurley, that same evening, at his home in Black River. - A record crowd attended the donkey ball game at Fdwards Central School Tuesday evening Mrs I^ena I>ennox had her sister of Herkimer as a guest the past week Mr and Mrs Lloyd Perry and baby are home on leave from his base in California Rev David Krause called on Mrs Belle Weaver, a patient at the Star I^ke Hospital On Sunday. March 25. Rev Joseph R Flower. District Superintendent of the Assembly *>f uod Church will be present to install Rev and Mrs David Kraus* k t On Friday evening March 16. Rev David Krause. attended the ( A Rally at Adams Assembly of Ci(>d Church Mr and Mrs Jerry Smith and son vifited Mr and Mrs Mahlon Butler saturda> evening, and his parents Mr and Mrs J Walter smith, or Sunday Mrs Robert smith and daughter also visited the K:*Xh s m Sunday Jason Alan infant son of Mr and Mr-< Alan I'ruburu. was tmapti?€*<i >iirKia\ by Rev Charles Richard u.lh Mr and Mrs Floyd M Hurley as sponsors several (r;>m Fdwards at t/»nde<J the wedding of Darlyne . Ciiven and Da\id Vrooman at the N»uth Fdwards (>'irch Saturday at '. p m *:th Rev Paul Darr>eH TV- i>I^r v : BrayVT 1 . ^ux : r ,r<: ?***•* of rd«ard5 v:!i *r*r*.r a Ka>y-. :»r \ka£?r. i r.^.r.t Tartv at LSe P tst K *-rr& ;r. Y J»ar-i< - 7je*ia> e\rr,.rx V.-.r*.^ 2~ a* ~ p rn A.I -yr^ r ^ %* :1I t* dei.\Tred hefr-re Foster I-u^t ret-e«frr#r'Ls w.i] t* s^rvel t r:erf \r>*\ be o.a^i \isitors ot Mr. ana Mrs. Pat ORiley Mrs. Wallace Reynolds, spent from March 8 to 10 with her sister, l^irvda Massey of Syracuse. Mr and Mrs. Irving Shampine and girls were March 8 evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs Lyie Fuller of Hailesboro. Mrs. William Massey of • W'addington spent from March\ 8 to 10 with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Reynolds and family. Julie Jones was a March 9 overnight guest of Valerie Carbone of Gouverneur - Mr and Mrs. Pat ORiley and family were March 10 dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Harrv Yerdon of Gouverneur Mr and Mrs Pat Ashley and Marcie of Brasher Falls and , Danny Cornell of Port Byron were March 10 overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs William Venton. Mr and Mrs Mark Dalton spent March 11 with Mrs. Cleo \Dalton and Beverly~of CortlarTd. Mr and Mrs. Irving Shampine and daughters were March 11 afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs Harry Stephenson of Rossie . Joe John and Michelle Conklin of Canton were March 9 weekend guests of their ^randparents/'Mr. and Mrs William Hawn Sr. Mr and Mrs John Conklm were Sunday dinner guests of the -Hawns Mr and Mrs Carl Stevens of Wingdale were Sunday evening xisiti»rs of Mr and MrS\ Lloyd Harris Memory and Michelle _ Shampine spent Monday with Mr and Mrs Fred Shampine of Rock Island Road Julie Jones and Melody Sim- mons accompanied Girl Scout Troop 224 to Canton where they went swimming on Monday evening Sympathy is extended to Mrs Terry Reed on the loss of ber prandfather. Georee Brainard. ( arthage Mr and Mrs ^Hichard VanOrnum and cirls w?re March 13 visitors of Mr and Mrs Rat O Riley and family Kmerson Ritchie of RichviUe was a Tuesday supper cues! A Mr and Mrs Wallace Reynolds PatU and Cora O Riiey spent March i.< w:th their ,erar>d- rnather NUs Marray Yerdon of Johnstowr Road Mrs Archie Whitton and family of Bi£e!ovi Ra> Stephensor o* R »ssie Jack Kussell of spr^fc'jev.Ue and Fred Shampine of R,x-k Island Road v^ett Wedr>es»ia> v:s: rs of V: and Vrv ir\~~. K ^^ SPECIAL ONLY 299 SAVE 56c r ^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^i 79 SAVE 40c 39 SAVE 96c CONTACT 10$ 1 CAPSULE 12 HOURS 83 c CONTAC XEROX COPY SERVICE A GOOD WAY TO KEEP VALUABLE PAPERS 4-H News TSe a: O.ar Uvt *: n \r* iut P - T>e *: sr t-v .f< c>! a: r ' 1A\ Jf V,-a a-*: MA' >' Z T. Far.-» SAVE 41c 12 oi IOX OLD HOMESTUD CHOCOLATES I tO UST * QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED OPEN 8:30 • 5 P.M. MOM. ITHRU FRIDAY UNTIL 9:00 P.M il MAIN ST. GOUVERNEUR

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