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The Gouverneur tribune-press. (Gouverneur, N.Y.) 1959-1973, November 12, 1959, Image 3

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IN QUALITY PERFORMANCE heating oil THE WORLD S FINEST Richville Fuel Co. PHONE RICHVILLE 2311 IJ-HK.H VAIJ-KV (OAL **H (iKKKX STAMPS GRALYN - PHONE 166 r Evening: Mondsv to Friday First show starts* at 7:00 P.M. Sat. and Sun. Matins at 2:00 P.M. Evening* at 6:50 P.M. WED. — NOV. 11 THURS.-Htl.-SAT. NOV. 12 13-14 9 STARS! 1001 THRILLS! THE BIG CIRCUS CINEMASCOPE K 1 UCHNlCOlOfc AIM) SUN.-MON.-TUES. NOV. 15-14-17 r flu* Selected Short Subj^to Sun. Matinee 2:00 P.M. Sun. Mon.. TUP*. Evening One Show Onl> at H.-Ofl P.M. WED.-THURS-FRL-SAT. NOV. it-lt-20-21 HOUND DOG MAN And The Little Savage rM r » \« a Cwc 5' :>•; Mrs. Hah Denesha Married Saturday , Mrs. liah Denesha ot H arris- vijle, became the bride of Wilfred Ken ton Saturday night in the par- tkonage of the Presbyterian church in Gouverneur. The Rev. Merntt W. Updyke, pat tor. performed the ceremony. i Mi. and Mrs. Vernon Denesha, -son and daujghtei-m-law oi the ! bride, were their only attendants. i Mrs*. Kenton wore a navy blue dress with black accessories and had a pink carnation corsage. Mrs. Denesha wore a light blue d resit with black accessories and a corsage oi pmk carnations. Mr. Fenton is a custodian at the liarrisville elementary school. Her mon-DeKalb Players To See Syracuse Game Members ot the undefeated foot- ball squad from Hermon-DeKalb Central school will see the Syra- Area Awards at Annual Jersey Cattle Ctab Mett (K'tT 100 members and guest* were present at the St. Lawrence Jerney annual banquet, Tuesday, November 3 at the Heuvelton Central School. Eugene Carroll, field represen- tative for the American Jersey Cattle club was the speaker. Mr Carroll spoke on the affect to all Jersey milk program was having on the Jersey Breed throughout the country. He stated that those • states having the all Jersey milk ' program were witnessing increas- t*d sales for their Jersey milk and a much larger demand for their purebred Jersey cows Mr. Carroll j also spoke on the Standardization Law which is not in effect in New York state and which, until it i* chnnged istill prohibits the ail \ Jersey program to get started in \ New York State The meeting was opened by Al Gesner ot Heuvelton, president of the St. Lawrence Jersey Cattle club. Mr Gesner spoke briefly on , >1 appreciation from the school of j the activities of the St Lawrence j j cuse-Colgate game at Syracuse ) this Saturday The trip is a token Miss Beverly Brothers Brideon October 31st Harrisville Miss Beverly Bro- thers, daughter -ol Mr and Mrs Lewis Brothers, and Robert Whit- ney, son ot Mr arid Mrs Clifton Whitney, were united in marriage Saturday October 31. b> the Kev. Walter Merntt. uncle ol the bride, fat his home. - , Attendants were Jean Dusharm a cousin of the bride and Duane Whitney, brother ol the bride- groom f . The bride wore a light blue lace dregs and a corsage ol red n.»ses ITH* bridesmaid also wore n hiue dress aiKl a corsage ol pink roses Alter the wedding H reception was held at the home ol the bride: The wedding rake was made bv Mrs Jean. Merntt. aunt ol the bnde. - * Dodds-Atkinson Team in Bridge Meet MR. AND MR*. ROBKRT WHITNKV Johnstown Builders 4-H |3 Tk^e Johnstown Huilck'is 4-H club meeting WHS held at th»- honu* ot Mr: and Mrs William Martin, Saturday. November- 7. New meml*»rs. Larry Andrews, Lmda Andrews ar>d l.nn> Weldon \\«'K«' voie<t in Fi«ch rrMtnth«*r dec ide<i wnaf pro- j«H*ts he would tdkr ihi.s ycir. 'David Martin. Loretla Shn f. Stephen »Spr;iKue. and Sandra Thomas are The members who re- ceived blue nhbitns for e\Ma j»n>- ject vv<»rk The club received i ih- lx»ns for the seci»*!niv !n>ok for having records in on time and most important they receive! a ribbon tor one of the most out- standing clubs in St Lawrence county The next me«»tinAwi!! be held at th'e hom • ol Mi ilid Mrs Glen- t1<*»n 'I'hornas <m lv«vmU'r l^i The Johnstown Builders will ^o l»ovvl)n^ at Watrrtovvn. NovrmU'i .'ST h THE TRIBUNE-PRESS i«H'. J, Gotfvernetir. NY, TIIUTMIUV .\ovt*mbt*r 1'i. w ITHERBEE & WHALEN bt» If 18 N.Y. By - C. Van Wikox Brmttcb OfIV* M tAK W Main < the . fine quality of football the hoys have played this year. Accompanying Coach Raymond Healy will be David Bice, William Brunei. Richard Conklin. Clarke Carvel, Gary FenlonR. Mike Fen- lon*;. Danny Fletcher. Harold Fris- co. Richard Knslow. Eugene Hen- dncks. Robert Law, 'David Mc- Donald, Gary Put man. David Reed, I-Hrry Reed. Jeffery Rice, Charles Mason. Leon Sim*er. Lemuel Ty- phair and I>ennison Willard. Young Americans | VANORMAN Born to Ray- , mortd A and Gwendolyn Tharrett VanOrman. R-4, Gouverneur. a \ son. Jesse James. October 29 ; RATHBt/KN Born to John I i and Barbara Casselman Rathbun, : R-2. Hermon. a son. Jackie Lloyd, 1 October 30. I MKILLEI'R -Born to Lawrence K. and Frances Col ton Meilleur. ; Kdwards. a daughter, Jennifer | Ann. October 30. WALK ATM - Born to \Lloyd W and Beulah Young Walrath. Oxbow, a son. Craig Allen, Octo- ; ber 31. , OTTO -Born to Frederick N and Rosemary Goodison Otto, R-l. Gouverneur. a daughter, Bette > Jean, October 31. KITTS ~ Born to Ralph W and , Eleanor Williams Kitts. R-l, An- i twerp, a son. Michael Jay, Novem ! ber 2 . ^ . I ANDERSON—Born to William C. and Janet Sayer Anderson, €1 McKean street. * son. Jason j Scott. November 2. * TYLER Born to John I and j Mary Lou Sharpe Tyler. R-2. Gou- i verneur. 4» son. Christopher Mark. . November 3. 1 SHAMPINE -Born to Jprry E and Lillian Hale Shampine, R-2 Philadelphia, a son, Mark Steven. November 3. ROY Born to James H and Ruth Hicks Roy. 379 East Main street a daughter, Kathenne Car- ol, November 4 GAZDA -Born to Eugene and and the New York State Jersey club This included highlights of ; the Jersey County annual picnic. j the County Sale, and htgh produc- tion awards won by Jersey herds ] in St. Lawrence county. .Secretary Donald Mayhew from DeJPevster *|)oke on the County ' club activities here. He noted that |U«iv*ni«ir there were 90 members and The Results in Bowling junior and associate members in St Lawrence county. Mr Mayhew also stated that because no out-j Northern side help was hired for the County Jersey Sale, a 5 f f bonus was given hack from the commission to the consigners. AI Gesner of Heuveiton and Margaret Scharf Gaza da. R-2. Ofc- densbur^. a son. Ernest Alexand- der. November 5 SHOVE Born to Rodney F and Li la Rumbaugh Shove. Rossie. a son. Michael Hush. November 6 First Methodist Church Thursday. November \2. 7 .M) pm. Temperance Union meeting with Mrs Charles McAdam. 90 Johnstown street ^<\ ' Friday, November 13. lfl am Christmas Daze Bazaar spon>ored | by the Women's Societ> and at j 4:30 p.m. Harvest Ham dinner, j 1 Saturday. November 14 10 am Youth Fellowship Food Sale at VaitOrnumV ston 1 Sunday. November 15. 9:30 a.m Church School classes 11 a.m Morning Worship and Praise and sermon: \Give As I'nto Hun , Mrs Frederick Hopper prelude. 'Com*- Thou King\ 1 , by Matthews and My Great Redeemer's Praise\ by Wil- son. Morning anthem by the Sen- ior Choir. Mr>2 Gordon McPherson. directing 5 p m. Junior High Schoo! Youth Fellowship w.th Jane Smith and S^ven Sprajfue in charge and Donna White. worsTip | resource )p»o>r 7 pm Senior ! High >chool Youth Fellowship with | Rictiard Carpenter, the president. I in charge j Monday. November 16, 6 30 p.m i Methodist Men Dinner meeting Program chairman. Ernest Hun- kin*, dinner chairman. Keith Man- ning: Ora Wright, president, pre- Luther Iiargraves of Lisbon were re-elected as directors to the St Lawrence Jersey Club John Beat- tie of Lousivlle was elected to re- place Barton Armstrong as a di- rector. Bruce Petrie, assistant county 4-H club agent, gave out awards to Junior members. Michael Put- nam of\ DePeyster was a winner of a $5 etiock for his Grand Cham- pion female at the county show. Winners of the Jersey Showman- ship awards were. Diane Fisher, Loyal Fisher and Tom Fife, all of Madrid. The County Champion Boy and Girl for the Jersey Breed were Loyal Fisher of Madrid and Joan Martin of Lisbon. William Walker of Madrid announced that Miss Kathleen Denesha would be tbe lucky recipient of a calf to be donated from his herd. Kd Russell, vo-agricultural in- structor at Heuvelton, gave out the Future Farmer Award to El- eanor Cougler of Heuvelton. Chad wick Arms, assistant coun- % ty agent, gave out the George W. j Sission Jr., Production Award to the five high herds in the County on DHIA or H1R testing pro- grams. These awards went to Mar- she! and Hargraves, Albert Ges- ner. DonaM and Floyd Pike, Mar- vin Mayhew and Dale Putnam. Mr. Ames also announced that .the high cow for fat in the county for this year was a Jersey owned by Marshel and Hargraves of Lisbon. She produced 15.750 pounds of milk and 830 pounds of fat actual. Jsecond high Jersey cow, owned by Albert Gesner, produced 740 pounds of fat The th*rd high Jer- sey cow in the county produced Drummuftd » D Hrmae ConI^Iruction D* r> . MIM4 1FAI. R4>HU>(. Atlantw Srrv »*>• Donakl*on 'JT14 Restaurant Jake * Bomber* far.ali « Auto Mac A Hotel SrMkpr-c;ravt-« S«f«ker-Gn*vn« Store .- \i<» SulU%«n'f SLore li* 1 Rjver»kl# Hotel IT 1 Cow s Atlantu Spragur'n FuneraJ H*>me G L F. Fir*t N»tKir.al Bank VVa> ne Hamid O'lVnneti J? A1X Cha H«-* Curoo F«Ttu*u Man-o Carbune Jake'f Bomber* •» TNI K-'rtune ErmnfMl\ Curri«> . Da vt« r -••-:_ ...... in ^ St. Law ivniv cub held its monthlv master pomt match We*dt>e«da> evening at the l^egion at 7 4\) p.m. with Mrs BJigh A IXKKLS and Mrs K Frank Atkinson lor N(»dh-South a ml Mr and Mrs (ieit^od (i <\osst'l- man lor Kast-West taking the high honors Nine fables ot pla> - ers participated in the e\ent Runner-up teams wire Fred J and Muks l^uise Croissant for North-South and Mrs. Lee H Mel- Ujmlcy * Feed I Grwr.'i Furniture >Doole> i DrOf Pt*M * Opt. Wtor* While i -Service Station ** Au\ Gknv Ira Sonny »>6e Da>n It** Tram MM 722 pounds of fat and is owned by Floyd and Donald Pike. Mr. Arms spoke briefly on the DHIA and f H«IH IBM records n ' v ' D»»r> Adult Education Starts This Week j It is expected that the Adult ; Education program in the Gouver- Ineur Central schools will *et on- | der way in earnest this week. The ! program is as follow*: , Monda . ^ in j^^ 313 of the , h ,^, schoo , ty ^ wi ,, ^ offpred I under the d.r«Mk>n erf Muc Mar> *Manr Laophrar H 2*4 Paltrraon 145- 4 14.i- 7 142-16 14<»- I Sbepartl Ing ruhMin It* 4 TU-J1 WSCS Annual Bazaar And Sapper Friday, 13th The W.S.C.S. of the First Meth- odist church will hold its annual bazaar and supper this Friday. November 13. in Fellowship hall. Starting at 8:30 a.m. a baked food sale will -be held. Lunch at j noon vtill feature the famous veg- etable soup, salad and -desert. : TT»en at 43*' p.m.. a ham and sal- mon loaf supper will b#» served t<» the public There will be booths having rug*, quilts, aprons, fancy work. Jew-rlry. candy, plants, toys and a country store TTie public is cordiaMy invited to come and enjoy this annual event. •/ .Nn »-« IMt Tuesday. November 17 3:45 p.m Cub Scout Pack N<-> 21 <Vvn meet ings 7 30 pm DirncT Board of church locattor. roee'^r.^ in Cantor We<fne*(ifli>. No^emb*»r IS 7 V> p rr, Commisjnor. or C^ns!ian Kd- ucat>on meet.ng at *he church wi*)- Intermediate sewing at hornemaking rcx>m direction of Mrs Gladys White Tuesday, bookkeeping will be offered uncW the direction of Carlton Toomey. 7 30 312 of the High school. Also a second ciass in Interme- dia ro sewing under Mrs White Thursday music appreciation will b*> offered under the of Mrs Ruth Warwick 7 30 in the home of Mrs Warwick A Hig* School course »iii be given under the d;- r*>ct>on of John Stevenaon. 7 3C p rr. . in Room 207 of the high Brboo! A physical fitne*? dmm for men may be given if enough peopt? in- Newton PaHs News j By MAWORIK BAXTEE j Newton Falif Mrs Gk*n Ta\- |or has returned home from tt\* Oifton-Fin* 1 hospital. — j Goorge N<*wton has teturn**d ; < home from Potsdam hosj>ital GladvK Crane and Alice Pom- j patients at the Chf- . God meeting Car.tcw r 19 1 ward d.r.rter .« r>rs 2 30 pm 4? 7 pjn. Bo> Scout Troop No. 21 meeting i Boy* Ooir r^Sear^al m:t^ P^rv ber^ Groan* and Kenne'n Bur: i F->days 3:45 p.r-* Gini c%ajr r^- ' hearaa! *Hr Mm Sprarje ar/d rhaj\«^ Sai^r^A>i 1 15 pjr ctKHr rvtomrmh* with Mm and Hn Hopper Sat- prdayv 7 p.m. - -j but A moodworkinc c\±s& tmder tSf Lester Robinson far Thursday nigbt or four people who had for the peopie m-ar<t «urt> a chut eaU EaH Watrmtk at try ed p - snd Mr, Bernard Baker of Cranhrrr> L^k^ 1 naw mo\cd in»*' th^ir n*u home on Osborr* Dn\c Mr and Mr* Derlen Siatp have 1n5hK tmoved 'o *heir horn* on th*> F rv - ' Harri5\ ille '\oad . Mr and Mrs K*rl Bartler h mo\€*d to their jvwrv^ near THf NEWEST AND MST— Ouaftfone Hearing Glasses drim HIK4 Mrs. Gertrude lieach tor Kast-West in a MitchH] move- ment match j Mrs (Inner C M<M>IV and Mrs Ray Kostfate lor North-South -wnd Mrs Kt>ster T I>rur> and Carl l.mnenfelter for-^f-^ast-Wrst uerr third while Mi>. C'tfrl I.in^TitHter and Harold Huntlos |'or North- South and Mrs. Frederick Rest and Mrs Jack Huderman lor Kast-WeM were fourth. All will receive point ratings Mrs. Dodds will attend 'he R«*- Kional Tournaments at Buffalo No\embiT 12-15 ami in her ab- sence Mrs. H Frank Atkinson will direct the duplicate matches for the tuo KcinK's On November 18th. Mr> Dtnids will review \Rebids\ and stint teaching \'Defensive Bidding\ for plavers needing these lessons There will be no lesson Novem- ber Hth. Friday afternoon at 1 3<) p.m. the Gouverneur Duplicate club held the weekh match A Howe 11 six table match was plaved with Mrs Frederick Be>t and Mrs Philip Nelson carrying oil the honor for the afternoon competi- tion. Mrs. Joseph F. McAllaster and Mrs. W T ilharn H. Foster were rurmer-up team. Fred J and Miss Louis*- Croissant were third and Mrs. Bligh A. Dodds and Mrs ()r- ton Smallev, fourth. All will re- ceive tractional points. The annual Christmas partv will be held at the legion on De- cember 9th. with dinner followed by a master point game. Onlv members ol the Gouverneur clubs may attend this partv and mem- bership must ho in before the event. Natural Dam News By LKIKA BRAYTON Mrs. Arthur MeKinnev and Mrs. George Hate* attended a bridal shower for Miss Doris (irenier at the home of Mrs Saul Grenier at Ogdensburg last Thurs'dav. Arthur McKinnev and Wilbur Promo visited James Prrmo at Og- densburg. Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs Mark Hemonway visited Mr and Mrs Bruce Conk- lin. Sunday Mrs. Calvin Case of Watertown spent Sunday and Sunday night with her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs Delbert Gates. Mrs Grace Fov. Mrs Glade B*an and Mrs Lill Gates spen f Monda> afternoon with Mrs. Susi* 1 McPhers4in at Gouverneur help- ing to celebrate her birthday. Mrs I</*«>n ftrayton visited her sister Mrs Frank Walrath. at Fowler Kndav afternoon Mr and Mrs Richard Sawyer and childrf-n of 5v>uth Ru&srll vi>- itfd Mr and Mr« Frank KulV-r Fndav evening and Mr and Mr*« Fulkr spent Sunday with them a^ SouTh Russell Mrs 1^H> Benuare and eirls of On-flie-Ear Hearing Aids tncti. to tip for offer it «tarted immediately prosided the Xifteen wer* still Earl Walrat* at TO Gouvrrww ii rtwrfer rh^ third F W tt at m* JolwF, Hardy hf- prandparents Mr and Mr? Cur) War- fc i ( Narx~> Sv\em dauirri'er of Mr and Mrs Aha ?*err.. spier' the her \A+ at B daueht. r nf V: -a-xi Mr*. Chari/*^ MTTJU S^T- 1 rWMn**sdft> mgtt w^*h her c-^nd- ' parents Mr and Mrs I>*on Bray- TOT. . Mr* Gf^rc Maca-ula> and ch.l- drer and Mrs. NtHie Gartd:* J4> n? >und«\ viith Mr« Fd Mncat.ia> at Macor-h ^ . Gkjna Re>T> »ld> -hn* a*>rep»ed a posirion »:•> Mr n~\4 V*n Ar-- rhon> Pa«T,/zp a* GoT.'Tna- T^^ chHdrer, c»f Mr and Mrv Hair* Re> nold« s^y-t the meek- Reyr^k^ Mr ar. »'«^ *TipP F^rtJ a* •be evpr.- «on and d Mr« Br* d ~\% 5 M-« r-#i Har^*-, \JC aui i- ^ to«»\T' a i^i * ET^*t Brav 1 h** (j0Tm>d ^ Jan B- cpent n%* mui*t Mr* *>- en A 'he\ iC^'e; *-ii>&m i>- k *i -A fiie c*n r-rfvli Brav^rrci tsz'c*? T \^ tor Ti->r rr f o< \\ , -rr\ rr :i •,'ir, «as S*» m \ m;th her . r*r Kra.v-m Mrs. Av^rv ,Sorxia> Ir i*d or tS#>- i« Mr and a* Water- W- 4. Kf r • K*>^ m i > t>. • I il T . yt Hou«<c *•>{ \t*» *-r-f-»«- ^* 9 ri • • ^* hnn>- tmr- -eek^nd Ki f %^ rime w^r h* F-rt • a* H*TT-+- urn iact a-<l Rnti^rt For* Mr* CharV» FWT m-a* ill a: Ser Sor^ mo*' of a %-w^i* Infect 4'J\'-' Jacket dress. O+her Casualmaker Styles from 12.98 'J/ffhe city or suburbs... 'it's easy living... In jersey of 100*: DuPonl nylon PRESS arxi JACKET * :' e * c «• r-\ : -ee- e -'^.*5 LAY-AWAY HOW K>t CH1ISTMAS THE SURPRIS

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