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AROUND TOWN Bv JKANMC TYLTR Mrs. G. R. Richardson of Nano-'fhe first time in 25 years that , Michigan, has reM:rn«tl home Mrs Williams and her sister. Mrs. Miss Jane M. Cranston b Married on Saturday Miss Jane Margaret (Yanston, daughter of Mr and Mrs Everett W. Cranston oi Heuvelton, became the bride of Robert Carroll after Spending t< n da\s with -he:- (irow hail s«*»*n each other Mrs. i^ . , brother and sister-in-lnw. Mr and Williams, arid the Kelleys visited j * mit ^ if £\! °{ Mrs. Robert Witt. Harm -v .ir.rf Oa\hm. OH- Thousand JsUaiuis I l#>Me \ mi \**; _ Robert Wjtt, Barnrv vfn-f? < Max ton. UH* Thousand Michael Fud>;e ot Oklahoma area and Canada with Mr City, Okla . is h«M« \isiTiny Jns Mi> Vm\ Maginn while they cousin Gerry Witt. Banvs stn**T .wt-re here Michael will return home on Sun- Mr ami Mrt Robert Grow ot dj\y accompanied hy Ct.riA who Silver Springs Md.. also visited .will spend some unv m okla- Mr mu\ Mis Kdwm (irow tor a hotna jweek and <> H Wool ot Platts- Visiting Mr ar»d Mrs Juhn 1, • l#urtj. hr»»th»-r ot Mrs Grow, was Bulger, Clinton street, last week end were Mr and Mi^ Fn-denrk L. Bulger and daughter. Susan, or Watertovm ami Mis Fran<us Iv>n- ellan of Ma lone. Miss Mary IVUl. 7::ind-*ll, K:^ f Main street jv \iMMm* Mr- and Mrs. Donald Mitrheil m I'lil.-i^ki Mr and -Mr- Kohei t \\,n - Schaick an<1 *1aiit'ht»-r f^renda have returned TO N« w Y«»rk n» . after visiting his parent. Mr and Mrs. Charles YanSrhaick Haile- • iboro street. tor the -past fwo- weeks. j Mr and Mrs P.ohert Van- '' Schajck and neph»-u. p.tvid \'an [ Schaick, of Kaston. P:i , \\>r*- guests JasT Tuesday ot Mr ami Mrs Charles VanSrhaick \* '; Mr and Mrs l>ani*'l Ktt/i T <M aid and sons Dannx and J«>hn ot P ui •. nemora spent the we*-k<-nd uiti-, Mr and Mrs. A Urn Wixulw jr<i J (lock Island road. j Sunday caHers of Mr and Mrs ' Allen Woodward aniLMr*Tfnd Mi Charles W and i «r ivriK ; ny Saturdax Heuvehun, in a performed at 2 p.m.. in the First Presby- terian church. Ogdensburg, by the Hex 1 William Smithers, brother ot the bndegruum. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown ol white | bouquet taffeta fashioned in a I* princess style with fitted bodice, draped neckline, long tapered sleeves, and a bouffant skirt ter- bure,. br»»th»-r ot Mrs hen* tor the weekend. Mr and Mrs Kdwin Grow. jr.. held a lamih picnic on Sunday. . home on West Barney imimted in a chapel tram. Her fm- gee tip veil oi illusion tulle was lield in place by a coronet of seed pearls. She carried a cascade bou- quet ot white Fuji munis Miss K lea nor Johnston was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs William Snnthers and Mrs. Hub- ert Smith All wore identically stvled bal- lerina length gowns of taffeta de- signed with fitted bodices, scoop necklines and cap sleeves. The maid ot honor was in jade green ami the bridesmaids in sunset glo. Miss Johnstons cascade bouquet ji mums and the at then street m honor of Mrs Williams and Mr and Mrs Wif- h;»m Ke||e\ and familx ut St Lotus Among the quests were VI f aiu\ Mrs Heiux Hurls arwi lamilx ol Mjssena. Mr ami Mrs Marxm (iio« and larnilx. and Mr and Mis FM-d Matfinn Susie MCI'IKTMUI, le pt>ui*\'oir. Hud (ivaee MrPhjTson, cti*peauv uthri'!> ot The new ly organized H salo romt n jl here. the 8 soh held in the Hotel S>taeuse last w«ek Mi and Mrs Francis Sheridan and son Francis ol Hrentvvood. I uas of brown I. I recently spt«nt tvso w>*eks wi»h Mi. and Mis H> ron (iale and Mi and Mi's ()ra Wright Mr and Mrs' Vivian Pascoe and children in l>ock- Mr and Mrs. Sam Refici had as were Mr and recent dinner cuests Mr. and Mrs. -Charles Minnick and lamih of Adams Mrs Ed Simmon*.' Grovp s'rvoi returned I hospital in S and da iL*h- •' i sdax fr*om thr- (i<KM< Shepherd hospital in S\raruse Mrs Sexmour H»* ^ ters Wendx. Ann' and Geor-ie have returned to York S r . after- Vuuvnt spending a month uith her mot ti- er. Mrs. Arthur Dyerrt. West Main stret. and other nla?:\»»> .• Mr and Mrs. DonrWd H liarker (•tis W<><HJS and taniily. ^lr and Mrs Stanley Fuller. Mrs. Lillian Poxxers. Mr and Mrs * Ft.rest W(HK1S V Mr. and Mrs Clara nee La Mora and family. Mr and Mrs Harold Kefici and family, Hrenda and f.esvis Williams, Mr and Mrs B»^saxs- and son and Mi and Mis < Hiver Johnson and fam- ilx. A barbecue -dinner was serv- Ruth Rislev of Elmhurst. of New BalUmorjL~X£' ..spent the LI, Mr. and Mrs. Gustave. Zach past weekend with Mr. and Mrs and daughter. Susan, of Jackson Banjer. North Cionion Heights. LI., are spending their •treet. Mr. -and Mrs Harry T vacation with Mrs Vera Risley at McClain and children. Nancy and Natural Darn Mrs F. A Seaver of of Webster and Miss Marco Potsdam Miss Esfelle Barnes and McClain of Geneva sp^nt the Miss Beulah Carpenter of Roches- weekend wit ft Mr. ^and Mrs ter are also guests at the Risley Claude Barker and Mr-s I^o Shin- home. bridesmaids' of white and brow-n Fuji mums Ronald Backus was best man. I'shers were l>ean Fishbeck and Klwood ('amert)n 'Hie mother of the bride wore a willow green sheath dress of lace taffeta. Her accessories were and her corsage was a beige Fuji mum The bridegrooms mother wore a black and white polka dot chiffon dress and black accessories Her corsage was a white Fuji mum. A reception uas held in the church parlors after which the couple left on a wedding trip to Stratford. Canada. Niagara Falls and Rochester. The bride is a 1955 graduate of Ogdensburg Free academy and a June graduate of St. Lawrence university She has accepted a pos- ition as high school English teach- er at the Hermon-DeKalb-Central school. The bridegroom is a graduate of i FALLOUT SHELTERS are tke best wtjr for rrnral ttlattnf system. However, all recommended shel- Americans to protect tiMrmseJrM from a massive ters saowld Include the basic features shown here ftttctear attack wafeh oomU •nteash dancer** --a place to sleep; food, water and medical sap. radioactive fallout tfcr#«*fc*«t the eeaatry. Sesne piles, and at least eifht inches of concrete or an •T the shelters recommended by the Ofice of e^uaJ weight of other materials for shleldinf the Civil and Defense MobWaatien are aot as elab«- shelter aralnst faUout. Free designs may he rate as this MM, which Include* an auxiliary obtained by writm* to OCDM Rural Civil Defense, and an electric air filterta* and ven- Battle Cnjek, Mich. <OCDM Photo) Philosopher Struggles With Analysis Of Something He Doubts Neds Analyzing Edit**** Branch Pltilooepfcer on Ms crab Krmas farm on th* We«t briMvh of the Onwes;*Uhle ri\rr diftt-Ufta** a to|M<- he no doubt fc» an^auth4»Hty on, laai- WMt acter to acquire I'm not a complete success at it yet, but I'm working on *t It's not something you acquire in one week. It takes years. Yours faithfully, J A l>ar Ofie of the troubles with the world today is that it has to have an explanation for everything. You take laziness. You'd think the word lazy means what ij says, just lazy But psychologists have to go into a long rigamarole explaining the deep psychological causes of it. Obsolete Town Roads WIN be Abandoned; ^ Others Being Repaired Repair work on numerous town roads is now underway and plans are bein*; made for the abandon- ment oi tow n roads no longer used. For example, I read in a news- ] according to Don Peck, town su- paprr yesterday afternoon while I was resting un- der a shade tree At a meeting of the town board Wednesday night, the decision was out here on my j made to make a study to deter- crab grass farm mnw which roads in the town are —- well, techni- no longer used, so that they may cally I wasn't ^ abandoned as a safety mea* resting, at least j suri > \jr Peck reported. I hadn't dune I ^11 of the roads abandoned will anything to j ^ roads on which no one is living, make me tired, ; where no nnlk is hauled and where what 1 was do- i no school buses go These roads ing was just sitting there because j will be posted and drivers can use 1 wanted to - where a prominent \ them only at their own risk, Mr. British surgeon has been analyz- J pe<-k sard, ing laziness According to him. | Town Homd Building \laziness irnphe> a lot of intelli- Shoulders are being repaired gence It is the noiTnal healthy , an( 3 holes filled on all 85 miles attitude of a man with nothing to f o f town roads m general use, Mr. do. We should study its tech- THE TKUftUMJ ««c 1, Gouveniear, N.t. Thur»d*.v. July 50, Guest Ministers WIN Preach at So. Edwards By MRS. U JAVALL x S^>uth Kdwai-ds — The Rev. Le- land Webster, district superinten- Tips For Boating Safety Suggested Failure to heed the life preserv- Persons operating powered boats er requirements of the State Nav- (on rivers and lakes of the State igation La* was the main cause of must reduce speed when within whether youxe got any sense or j ThLs is what I'm talking about. Thunder, la/iness doesn't in*ply a lot of intelligence, you can be lazy Peck said Rebuilding xvork has just been completed on the VanBuren road, which lias wider shoulders and is resurfaced. Two miles of the road and two miles of the dent will of be Methodist churches, guest speaker at the not You can be dumb and be lazy '• Walker road have also been re- whet her xuu've got any sense or j built. not. .You can be dumb and be j Mew approaches to the Peabody la/y. and you can be intelligent • bridge are being constructed, and and be lazy Some of the busiest a cut eleven feet deep is being peopfcp 1 k»ow ain't very bright. | made through Peabody hill in front Leon farm and church Sunday at 1:30 p.m. Rev. A. Cameron will be on vaca- tion. The R^v. Kenneth Lord, a for- me pastor, will be guest speaker August 9 for the c>hi home day program - Mr. and Mrs Franklin Paro and the record number o{ boating fa- 1U» feet of a dink, the shore, or an tahties over the Fourth of July anchored boat and they must carrv weekend. State Safety Director, anchors, whistles and five extin- Walter E. Bligh and Conservation guishers. Also pei*sons are require<i Commissioner Harold Wilm an- to use nax Ration lights for all nounced today. j types of boats xxhen operating af • j P*' They said that while* the State i ter (iark. They also advised that \ n i Law require life preservers for 'advanced weather predictions se- The power propelled boats that it was 'cured from newspapers, radio and \ And as for it's being a \normal changed at this point to increase onlv common sense that all occu- TV stations and the Weather healthy attitude of a man with J visibility pants of all tvpes of boats be pro- Bureau would enable trips to be nothing to do. I can tell you real | Obstructions to visibility are to vided with life preservers and es- i concluded or shortened in the quick that British surgeon doesn t • be removed at one/pot on the left pecially in the case where children ( event that a sudden storm should know the first thing about lazi- fork of the Scotch Settlement 'make the water rough and unsafe ness Anybody can be lazy if he I road. Three-quarters of a mile of i for small boats. j hasn't got anything to do The real • road LS being built between the some of the brightest people i.'.v am l very busy. the alignment of 4h<* road is being Heuvelton Central school and of familv from Cortland spent two New York State Agricultural and tfeck • j Miss Mary ^Hanratty of New : Mr and Mrs Donald Barker York city is Visiting Mrs. John Mr and Mrs tiarry Mc^lam ami Hanratiy. 11 Snow street, for sex- Miss Margo Mdlain. and Mr and «*ral weeks. •Mrs. Claude Barker were dinner This is her first visit in 24 years. guests of Mrs l,eo Shinnock on Saturday evening Mrs. Harr> McClain and chil- dren are remaining here for a | Technical institute at Canton He is employed at the Montgomery- week uith her parents. Mr. Mrs. Claude Barkr-r. and is a sister of the late John Manratty. Mr. and Mrs Charles Rice of Gtiuverneur motored to I'tica last \x»-ek to pick up their son, A 2C Charles R. Rice xxho is home for fOD Wa*d store in Potsdam. The couple will in Hermon Miss Shirley Ann Ritz Weds Witfiam Benson days test week with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Paro and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Paro and family attended the Baptist church at Oswvgatchie July 19th where James McEathron was the are involved. In several of the accidents they Jn |heir j omt statement they test ui laziness comes when you i White church and Billings school. noted tjiat small boats were over- ' SUKKPSted the lollowing boating i can practice it when you've got ! Biush is being cut and the road loaded beyong their ' ing them unstable them to be overturned or swamped vvh ilc usin^'a bo^t' by waves. Thev added that where boats capacity, mak- precautions and-rausing j j^ ; not drink 2. 3. j plenty TTT Tio. xx hen you're snowed ; gra<k- is being raised four feet at intoxicants under, when you're three weeks I Beaver creek at the end of the • , behind wvh your Rowing and the Little Bow road. I>o not overload the boat, j work is stacking up and you're | Count> Road Plaaaed I>o not operate boats near ' able to look at your tractor with i St Lawrence county 15 now buy- are being used as transportation to • swimmers in the water. | great moral strength of character j ing right of ways aJong six mile* k hi l d f h Rk Ild d hih i . T \ pnC( , r j ser 'pttal in Rochester alter spending Mr and Mr% Ch arles R ice ar>d the past month with her mother. , fl)Ur children and Sally Klock en- Mrs. Leo Shinnock - f >»yed a week vacation at a camp JjCrs. H. Towns^nd Carpontor and daughters. Cinda. Candy anci Kimberly of Great Nock L A . who are xacationing at Saranac Lake. xisited Mr ^ar»d Mrs Charles Diexendorl at Sxlvia ae\*eral days ia51 \\f>ek xvhiip M Carpenter was in New York receiving his doctorate in Mr. Carpc-rr'Vr vva.«= Rice and Sally took Klock to Boldt Cattle Mr. ance at N Y I itormeri> Gouverneur J R of Syracuse ^etiunselor in K near Alexandria Bay and Mrs. Kenneth Klock Their daughter of the Gouverneur road, were dinner of Mr and Mrs. Charles Kiev. Sunday at the camp. Mr. and Mrs. George Prashaw. speaker. i picnic areas that several trips xxith 4. Be sure life preservers are aiul pick up your iishing pole and of the Rock Island road which is Mr. and-Mrs. George Hall spent a srna n er boat load is much safer handy at all times not buried. (head for the river or th* *ake- Fur- ! to be rebuilt. Mr Peck \reported Friday night and Saturday visit- (nan one trip wiTh tne tn>at full of 5. * I>o not fail to provide chil- ' thermore. if while your* fishing I Con<tru<'tion to widen the Rock ing their son and daughter in law. j peo pj e w hjch is often done to save dren with life preservers. you're bein^ gnawed by your corf- i Island road betxveen the Streeter By MRS. G. VAN WYCK | Mr. and ^Mrs. Edwin Hall at Mas-i time TnJS a i one they said, would 6. I>on'T be afraid of a boat - .science. if >ou keep thinking you j four corners arxi the Jefferson Miss Shirley Ann Ritz. daughter sena. -^ j greatly reduce the possibility of respect it. | nupht to be_Jback on your tractor ! farm at the Gouverneur town line of Mr. and Mrs Wilfred Ritz and f Mrs. Helen Goss :and Valerie • lne b^ upsetting and sinking. j 7. I)o not forget your xvake can going up one row and down an- will be started by the county in Goss and Sharon Graham of Bern- They both warned parents to damage others. j other contributing to the surplus, the early fall. and Mrs Wellington Benson, were united in jnarnage Saturday at the St Francis Solunas church, Harri?vvlle with the Rev. Eugene Kelly officiating. Given in marriage by her fa- ther, the bride wore a ballerina- length gown of white lace with a neckline, tiered rutnes at the back, a lace halo veil with a pearl and lace headband, and car- ried cinnamon orchids on a white prayer book. Miss Alice Hunter, maid of hon- or, wore a yellow lace ballerina- anrj con Tom my a ff*w N rlavs son 'Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Prashaw and • length gown and carried a cascade srxnt of Hichville. were supper j bouquet of yellow sweetheart last^eek at the D]*^endnrf cWp * UPSts of the Rices at Their camp. | roses on an orchid-background. Miss Ann Carol Dip^ndorf anH Mr and Mrs - Wllbur Rice of I The bridesmaids were Miss Mi&s Michelle Bennet-AWf-r hd\e v C><HJ\erneur were overnight guests I Sharon Ritz, sister of the bride, two wrrk sta\ u * nis ^ roTner Charles. Saturday i who wore a gown of blue lace and Thursday night at their carried a cascade bouquet of yel- I returned from at Carno Trefoil * Miss Meg Pearson. Mtss Ellen Haenel and Miss \w/'n»h* Vs rr\( •!- anri - <an<1 *> of xne Gouverneur road j background, and Miss Susan Ben- iid h R Wdd i f th bd h hard Bay spent from Sunday to Thursday with Mr. -and Mrs. George Gibbs and son Richard. Mrs. George Gibbs spent Friday in Watertown visiting Mrs. Mil- dred Beebee. Vteit In Edward* !Mrs.»Bernice Van Hou.«e. Mrs. see that they have lite jackets 8. A pood seaman is cautious you ain t really practx-ing laziness j whenever in or near the water, i Be alert to sudden change in the Laziness is something very few ' One of every five families In the This also applies to non-swimmers, weather people have the strength of char- i U. S moves at least once a year. Attention All Parents Lester Java 11 and Lavina visited Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ingraham at Edwards Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Bower Watson and Miss Mi.drod Fin ley were Wednesday supper guest- of Mr and Mrs Clarence SchHl at th^ir cottage at Lake; Bonapart*-. Mr and Mrs Howard Whit ford and Mr. and Mrs. Handd Rounds were also supper guests. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jone= and family of SpnnirfiHd. Mass , spent the past we^k visiting his bro- and Mrs Kenneth Klock how sweetheart roses on a yellow J ther. Dick Jonrs. and other tives jn this vicinity. Aider are now visiting Camp Trp- &* itP <* on Ihp Rices Wednesday ison. sister of the bridegroom, who Fay Bridgeland returned home ^y ' .night at the <^rap. (wore a pi>: cotton gow*n and car-! Sunday after spending the past Miss Goldye Timberlako of Klock <*>lebrated her 15th ! ned a cascade bouquet of pink I Wetrton. W. Va., is visiting Jnends birthday at the Rices at the camp in town. . Col. Arthur K Head is 3> Camp I>rum for two wf^ks in charge of the *12th Me<hca] unit .-Dr. and Mrs Arthur F H- <\<\ eotertained IX neiday even in e LJtke camp in u^it, the 912th Jtoss Gracf MrNVjl and M ^ Brenda Thompson en^r^ain^i IK gqests at a par^y Mondax nigh* at Dr Head s camp. ^Mrs. He&<\ has re^WeA wr»r*1 Fnda>. v Mr and Mr*. Charles Rice and family of Gouverneur called on Mr and Mf. Kenneth Kluck and Arthur F •ut-vtc latt W*wK a T •th^-ir Sxlxia of Dr Hf-a<1 > M;->s Kat^ Ciouiding and Miss in«eetheart roses on a blue lace background. Best man was Joseph Weekes. and ushers were John Miller and Dale Catiin. The bride's mother ! wore a blue flowered silk dress' with a white rose corsage, and the month helping with hexing at the home of hi* aunt. Mrs. Golda Rus- sell at Copenhagen. Saturday nigtit supper guests of Mr. and Mrs Bower Watson uere Miidred Fisk and Mi>s Mil- Finley. Mr and Mrs. Pou.--r of Colton Kkifk Mr* HKT- cp^nr most of tn* mother of the bridegroom chose j w ere pue-ts of Mi*- Mildred Fisk wirh Shirley and Sally Ti)avy blue.with white accessories Sunday Mr. Potwr is Jay leader Student Guidance: Occupational Information f: This !• th« ti»!*d Uorim you can see what reaction: la • Mrt«c of articles concerning th« .. \ d tor *tud9*t guidance in Am.ri- you might get if anyone sug- 1 bU Antwerp hun Mrs Charles and wore a white rose corsage A reception for 150 guests was held at The home of the bride s J -parents after the ceremony The I couple will reside at in Episcopal church at the month oi Aisgust. tor $209,473 County's Share Of State Motor Fuel Tax • t Antu*trp won *he high -apartments on State street from Mrs Sam Gamble n-pnrt;n«: srr»r# at *^- rluplicatf bridge tr>ur-{ Prenuptial powers for the bride on her safe arrival in Ireland and namfr' at w i^u.^ur Coun- J included a shower given by Mrs. I ^ I^Areno*- coum> s snare or on the enjoxabip visit 1b*- Gam- trv club r.n-W^dr^sdav evening. I U*ie Cathn . . j state motor !u*l t dX r^ip s loT\ \ • JuJ ^ l I Mrs B^ nson j s a v 395? graduate ' the Thrf^> montrs r-ndine June 3r. j it game' : of HamsMlie Central schoo! She to! * 1 * ^» 4 .3 .:U. C omptr AU-r Ar 7 15 f*n. attend^ Waterwn School of ' thur Levitt announm! and nas be**r, ^mptoyed ] are p Mr and Mrs children E)a\td VaIi^-*» i, ua\tu and ,Rr»^>ir. Bakhrinsxille sprr* last w*^ with Mr and Mrs Krry^t and family % Mr and Mrs. GonV»n }lay chddren. Soot* and Cr.r-.~un* Main fctre***. ieff CmcinnaT; Oh*o ^ frv-rHls r^t.;m.rit* Mr and Mr* and lii. are *ppndme a via Lak* and M< r»e of a? F -ix .TUJ> 3 ui:l r^ rsi>r. Aryor^ or e -r,*- a* 15 in trve a f *^* Hotel Maryland Ttr.aca • j the third distributed m the ida> anvAint a par- or M.>i Pa*>ence j rr Mr Benson t< a 195J cai] Mrs of HarrisvUJe Central srrKX>I **ho ;<*\'** servf^l n;Th T*V» Air F*rce. bpin£ ^ iunt - v jds^charg^ :r. lS»5f He is f>mpioy Jjv g ed at the, Hirsc(>-y garage only by Suffolk mur/> ur>ch re- Mr, and S^-.ber share was $21 tm^ ^ * ftT'l Mh of T7Y-r*tr*r ' ar-d ha\p i p.axpi a *r ft 4 b* a * club Stanley Koziol, Age 41, Newton Falb Han, Mrt 1 North i 1J*\I Spa ikfin^ las* w v Mr arvi M> Jotir J>etroit W-fr Frxla> Ujt thf ami fa*r.!i> -k r,<i Mar> Mr* are Harry rtcjrr*-' W lham BiAoVr^^H and Inarva of T^nafJv N J a w f~***i w ? h M ' s. as a T S>lv»a IJkke H\t* y Mr* Vrv^an U IH Mr arvi M-s Ho*zrt M-rw to ^\ >T>nmv > rw ,M * r»'irf5 > »tudrnt n> (CVA • V-. «a^ W ^>/dr!^ Wr zrs K° B H idsr,- 7tr>r. Mr^ -~jf- a^* a< and Vrs and 6 p tx ^r. Y Jl-er*-*^ f RrJt^-r y Ca'* fV]k:wp f& Y** S f anle> Kozioi. 41 of >.l^ son of M's Mary Knx>ol tf- Jor.r. K'-zziol. d**d at 1^5* Wpdr***«ia> in an Og- 'Vjsp.tai. wherf- he had a j^'^.: $ or yea rs The of 6ez*r v«ts poMrnonla Cj A prhy*r sf-r\~>c* »u t>ekl ait A I*vMs* :S arn Saturday «t the family crffc * ! ^ ^ pjfrdg*r% *>^tie and i-f-^-ic^ in St Ar>- and Mr* •'Viny'ii church followed *r 9 30 i Lou- ^ •••\• \v* P^-x Gilbert J Fau<t>er The law prnx ioV** cent of th^ *rie 5 t a t ^'s lax on d>esf! m<>yc>r T#»*d to tvmal toux *18- p^r of ax r, *i\ot- j on gested that the first student be- By Dr. Edward C. Roeber come a librarian. - • In helping boys and girls with In this third article of a series educational and vocational plan- en vocational guidance, we are mng, counselors and teachers putting the spotlight on the im- have to begin many time* with portance of knowing something these distorted pictures. As soon about the educational and voca- as possible, they int!«oduce stu- twnal worlds which surround all dents to reliable forms of in- «f us. Because we come in daily formation. Even then boys and contact with a part of these girls may not wish to accept the worlds, it is easy to form opin- ,reformation and instead may jons without seeing the total pic- make only minor changes in ture. Or because we cannot see their attitudes. all the opportunities, we assume Counselors and teachers need ^that there are none. :more knowledge and skill to use What xs it about a job that \information than most people S pleases you or causes you to be recognize. Once again it is im- 1 5 unhappy about it? Your answer pcrtant to emphasize that coun-j ? # and that of your neighbor would sejng can help students vr&eT*' 4 l probably be quite different. ,stand how their needs can be' One farmer says, 44 I like farm- met in school, at work, and dur- 1 ing—-it's out-of-doors and a heal- mg leisure-time. The f^pportu-' thy job.\ Another disagrees/nrty for students to talk over. •'Farming's OK. but the outside their attitudes toward school: work is the worst part of it— achievement, vocational aspira- and it's unhealthy, too.\ ' 'tions, and herw they plan to : Students also show different make the best posnble use of \' reactions to school and work. It their talents cannot be stressed as important that sound career too mi/rh. They should be en ' planning does not overlook this couraged to start a collection of! iact Students need reliable in- hefpful occupational information formation about schools and.-when they enter high school. Jobs, They also need a chance to This practice should be contm- Ulk over how they feH about U ed until graduation, schools and jobs in relationship A typical counselor's day de- lo their own growing interests, mands considerable knowledge, talents, and personalty. vas well as resources of mtorrr*- For many year*. I h*ve had t:on. if he is to sausiy ali in- * ? some fun talking to adolescents qu:nes by stjdenu and parent. He was searching for training in to college aad 10 she took com* abgut occupations. Interestingly Cal is soon leaving ;un*or high electronics. In addition, the mercial courses She was par- enough many of them have def- school and must choose among many reserve and enlistment Ucuiarry ir.terested 10 tha kiada liite noWons. WDrkers in some various senior h^gh cumculi programs were carefully exam- of jobs ivaiiabkt m her homa of U>e occupauons. though, and subjects. As he prepares to ined and dtscuned with Xkm re- town. This uxformatK» lacWdad jnifht not aiways like trese make these choices, he wanU in- cruiUng officers. ^duuas, salaries, fringe benefits, opinions And theu statements if formation about the curr»cuU Joan has taken • poltops prep employment interviews and fetft- of a> ar>d ir ; c-oun TViis quartf-rly ^*§ for 'S* incms* tn *he fax ar»d the •ax impressions are common and what be can do with each course. She has been imAsodrd ing. to many adolescents may ex- one. He may also want rather about attending a small college Thert ar* inany kinds of plain why it is tough to find def^ite information about the or s large university. 8k* wist- teriaii, some free. avsiUbk to »ew recruits for the occupations, content of the school subjects m ed information eooemtaf en students and their parent*. To Three recent comments were: these curricula. Because he in- trance requirement* eotf, kkxis aid ifcem 10 locating printed oc- **When I think of librarians, tends to graduate from senior of courses aad nstnartioa avail- cupational matenais wruch m#et 1 always think of a quiet moury high school, he must understand ab*e, housing facilities, aad ttb- acceptabi* standards, they may bttie person sitting in a pu* of the graduation requirements. 3 er r«»ourc«!S. R was larfery a wah u> sacur* ih* NVGA Bibii« books and answering Jooiish Marsha is about ready tc matier of weig*ut< tmm sehool agrzpky of Current questions.\ 1 graduate from kign school Orer against another, ruitJBg a cou- al Literature from the ,St l^awrence last >*ear »• tttis 2»44 : 31 -; and V.rs tV, r V. lZ —5 !-, C ^s P. at > H* »aj F*V* and iater • •\•'* *OT1 Fka% JftpfT Jin Mr Mr* ^ Pm: and >n*rr. of §r Th» cv* * arc Buna; »i< m St.. Hu z~ s . M- K YtVt< Jui> 4 1 **d *r N* 1 * * CA C2rvrr*r , » \-rkM .r *r<e irvi rr./i \\ «? and >- *V | ( n^*^T5 Mis* \^l*i* K.-JZ1CM. S%Ta* <r^ M^ Gordor. ArA-vr, W.l- O and \Las hbt»er Kancd. a orouker Ber- Ga %? A S O T 1 C I *\ g ~~ -^ .jr*-. ^ N^» », -^ — » t-r . : .. -^ m ^. H»- *•->#• 1 -«-•-• . \j* * fc . *>- 1 + *0~\* M k - r ' c %-• ^<r-*- !**-**• i;: * ^ 1^ - > G~j-wrm*r s T When I think of a scientist a period of tune she has beec p* of them, aad findaag tfet 6M Persona*! and Guidance I Uunk of sort of an x>dd guy thinking about Xhrm poasibii^ which would best meV ter oatioa, IMA New Hampahiiv loolmg arouad with test tubes, ties after high school: beauti- needs. Furthermore ate «*«r.- Avfai.it, >' W, Wasfeiagtoti t f not paying much attention to tun school airiiae hostess tram tu&Uy waatad amformstiaa a»d D. C. ianytiuag tkm\ mg. and nurses* training. She help m, coflapietta^ s^sjalsa«M* Current ocmpttio&al Infni nai **Wh*n I think of a college has needed much information. frUnkt { ban is made a^ailabat to many professor. I Uunk of ao-n* ab- such as dexnptioa of tht occu- Whjit aa kigfe acaooi, RvaawU ftudamts through •emi-moetaly s*ot nuaded character tryiag to pauons themserw, the Jkmds drrek^cd aa mtam* an the gaidanet puhbeationx la add,- O*t hu front lawn with a va- arxi dejcriptioBs of STh^Mi ^**^ pnnUag tradaa, »t^pn^ tae pratt- twci ftuoecti see filBM whads cvum cleaner\ _ |training a%*r,«abi«. as w^ll mi ^4 counts offered by the show men Anyone who has observed li- hew she c«ald best us* b#r hifh school In addition, he sought ar they obs*rre aad talk branarm, scientists, and college tcrxxrt profram to prcpart for iniarmatxjB about appreatx^-' colatayg saudeats aad Iprcfcasori at work mould kr.ov their. srup prograrrA. ^s^^yn^ tw>-year T^inn if Rv«ry coati; thMt w^? 8 <Ag>Cr:pt> ? >a ^^ Herj-y has wanted to go intc coiiefe ^tcraras to pnntzr.g a a^oratary of ;aot based upon ctsefL\ ftudy. a branch of the armed serricej trade srSoois, and the genera: occupa4*oaal kle l a l^wtf d^ they were pictures for a iong uxne. H« spesst a lot outiook for fU^mg >oba aad fat- stancts young ptopl* wKica rb*m adoterents devel- of tune ioolu^g over the mate- U&g ahead in tht tr»dt_ < t&t proper ^« wiUkout rtliahat informa r^is funu»Sed toy ta* scrvfed] Oiia has arw wamtod 10 [ Krnost W»Hard ffctperban^'t and Kussell ai(ii rn<»st at 1:311 p.m., Kiu low Nursing \wn lowing 4Mi:ht \v«M'k The lunei;il \va; Morulay at tln« hc» A\ith Thr Itev. Jar tur of th<* Ctnt( rhuifh, oftirialin^ North Kussrll CL-U HI' IS MHA'iveii Mrs. Wtthur *\\ lour irranc Mr. Moriow u a 1H74, thr son ot S; Kli/a »Sa\rrs Mm Kussrll. lh» .itlrrnl l!r nvuiH-il Mi- HtM-rnon. p Mrs. Morrow dird aRo. and Mr. Mu to W(jik in th<» ar Kadio pio^ • 1or\ ol tv\o arra broadcast soon, as ern Ntv\ Void's ot \Year ot HisiorA.\ The history of pared by I.rah \1 town historian, w U'SLH, O^drnsbur da\ inoriunir. Am;i \Thr Kish linn : a script pirparr<i \ Mmton >i Miiniml: at the samr tmit* •» The t-hainnar o onmt> \s tcmjxu-arN histur ica! c»lisrr\ an< W Snuthrrs ot 1 !X)ris H Plant\ o! in rhari:o of the r WED.-THURS,- FRI.-SAT JUL Sat. Matinee

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