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•»»•»»•• \ P*f« 6 S«c. I —The Tribune-Pwtw, Gouvcmcur, NY February 9, 1972 DEATHS Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for Thou art with me; Thy rod and Thy staff they comfort me* p «dm* 23:4 Bilo 6. Hooper , The funeral for Bilo G Hooper, 77, Geers Corners, Harrisviile, was held Friday at the Geers Corners Community Church with Rev Thomas W Chapman officiating Burial was in Harri8ville Cemetery ^ Mr Hooper died at his home the evening of Feb 1 following an illness of one month. ; . He is survived by his widow, Grace, thfee sons, Melvin, Waddington, Leland, Battle Creek, Mich , and Edward, Harrisviile; eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren Bom June 22,18W, he was a son of William and- Eulalie Ensign Hooper. He married the former . Grace E. Nortb Nov. 10, 1915 at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and .Mrs. Oiauncey Puffer, Pitcairn with the Rev. G. W Morgan, then pastor of Christ Church, HarrisvUle, officiating. The couple purchased the family home in 1917 and had since resided there. Mr. Hooper was employed by the Diana Paper Company, which later became the St. Regis Paper Company until it closed. For the last three years he had operated - a saw mill at his home. He was a member of the Christian Church, Harrisviile, and also a member of the Geers - Corners Community Church, of which he was a trustee Mrs. Hooper has been the correspondent from the Pitcairn area for approximately 20 years. In most recent years she has mitten the Harrisviile news also. 3 Ray E.Jinster ,-Jiay * Finster, 85, of Schenectady, died Jan 28, in the EJlis Hospital, that city, after a brief illness. The funeral was held Jan 32, from the~F>nner Funeral Home. Herkimer, with the ReKFred G. Cotnam officiating BuriaYwas in Miller's Grove Cemetery, East Schuyler. He was born March 16, 1886. in East Schuyler, the son of Eugene and Jennie Bentley Finster, and married Lucia Jackson in July, 1911, in Mohawk. She died in 1945. j A Frankfort High School r graduate, he was a master r carpenter, working for many years for Utica and Frankfort contractors. He moved to Schenectady 25 years ago. He leaves one son, Rexford B. Finster, Canajoharie; -two daughters, Mrs. Howard (Jen- nie) Britain. Colonie and Mrs. Paul (Gladys) Smith, Gouver- neur; two brothers and two sisters in Schuyler, and a sister in Norwich; three grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Wallace R. flandall The funeral for Wallace R Randall, 81, 16 John St., was held Friday at the Burr-Green Funeral Home with Rev Donald S French, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, officiating assisted by Rev. Wallace Ran- ^ dall. Burial was in East St. ' James Cemetery Mr Randall, retired hardware manager for the Gouverneur Co- op, died Wednesday morning at the E J Noble Hospital after a short illness Contributions may be made to the GoHveraeur Rescue Squad? Surviving are his widow, Grace; a daughter. Mrs John Eunice) Montgomery, Syracuse two sons, Rev Wallace Randall, Stone Ridge and Walter Randall. Lowville: a step-daughter. Mrs Mary Donahue. Syracuse; a step-son. Peter Story, Gauverneur a sister. Mrs. Blanche Young Florida; two brothers. ^Forrest Malooe and Ro>>-6ouverneur. nine grandchildren, six great- grandchildren, and two step- grandchiftferi Born at Rensseiaer Falls May 26 1890 a son of Rella James and Nora Morehouse Randall, be attended school at Bigelow As a young man he worked in the Charles Rogers Store ID Gouverneur beginning a long career as a salesman and buyer for department stores He worked ID Ne* Rocbelle Lancaster Pa and White Plains and st ooe tune was a buyer for Macy s ID New York City Before moving to Gouverneur he »w buyer for piece g>ods for the Watertown Empaalli Depart- ment Store After employment at the local J C Penney Store he worked 31 yean for the GowerDAir Co-op rearing tc tm Hi! marriage to Vioii G«os>r to 1916 aoded ic divorce He married tbe former Grace Popple Starr is Maryiiad x June l*T Mr Randall v-at a somber of GcwerrMur Lodffe SS IOO.F Gocrveraeur Rod and Gun Cur Dads d Forest Service aad Dadi erf A Be wm kaf a ham r»d>o ez thunftr aod was bcectterf for ioca: Citzaec t Mrs. Ethel C. Olds % - Funeral services were held Friday at the Waddington Presbyterian Church (or Mrs: Ethel C.Olds, 82, former Town of Waddington Historian Rev. iStephen Doughty, pastor, of- ficiated. Spring burial will be in Brookside Cemetery, Wad- dington. Mrs Olds, widow oLCarlton B. Olds, died Feb 1 at her home in- Waddington. She had suffered a cerebral hemorrhage Jan. 10. .Survivors include a daughter, Mrs Joel M (Louise) Howard, Waddington; a son, Lawrence B. Olds, Washington, and four grandchildren |lrs. Olds, daughter of Theodore Frelingheusen Craig and Sarah GUlespie Craig, was born at Rensseiaer Falls, June 12, 1889 She* attended public school there and was graduated from St. Lawrence University with a BA in 1911 She taught English and languages in Babylon and Poughkeepsie high schools before her marriage to Carlton B Olds of Gouverneur, on Aug 12. 1915, in Manhattan. Mrs. Olds had also lived in Hudson Falls and Port Henry, in both of-which towns her husband was a teacher, school ad- ministrator and football coach. The family moved to Waddington •in 1932 when Mr Olds was ap- pointed District Superintendent of Schools for the Waddington • Madrid - Lisbon - Louisville area. Mrs Olds was active in com- munity affairs. In the 1950's she -organized and coordinated local . efforts in combatting the effects of cystic fibrosis, well before this childhood disease was widely known and before research in the disease was funded by national drives. She had a deep interest in local history and archaeology and was for over 20 years Waddington Town Historian' In this capacity during the Seaway construction, she recorded the relocation and razing of buildings and land- marks in the township. She placed an important role in the planning of Waddington s cen- tennial observance. She was a member and former officer of St, Lawrence 'County Historical Association and a frequent - contributor to its Quarterly and to other publications. She was a member of Wad- dington Presbyterian Church and • of its Women's Society. She was a member and former Worthy Matron of Fulton Chapter of the OES, and held memberships in the Waddington and Lisbon Study Clubs and tbe Garden Gub She was for seven years chairman of the Waddington Branch of American Red Cross While at St. Lawrence she affiliated with . Delta Delta Delta social sorority. During World War II she served as a volunteer aircraft spotter at Wa^dingtons- observation post. Mrs. Hilda Congdon The funeral for Mrs Hilda Congdon, 61, was held Thursday • at the Fox Funeral Home, Heuvelton. with Rev Albert A. Cameron, pastor of St Lawrence Valley Parish, officiating Spring burial will be in Old DeKalb . Cemetery Mrs Congdon wife of Ernest E. Congdon Warners, died Jan \30 in Community ^General Hospital. T5wn of Onondaga. where she was taken by am- bulance after * suffering a coronary thrombosis at home Surviving. besides her husband, are two sons. John. - Parish, and Donald. Warners, four daughters. Mrs Raymond (Helen- Rinaldo. Warners. Mrs Gordon * Joyce Finiey. Heuvelton Mrs Marlene Win- ters Baldwinsville and Mrs Sally Gates Syracuse seven grandchildren one great~gra*»d- \* \ch.id fiv e sisters Mfs Orsen ^Elizabeth Ober Madrid Mrs Ethel T owner Canton, Mrs Ajpha Crurr.p Harnsville. Mrs ;Edson <!*«arl Richards Sr Potsdam Rl>>3 and Mrs Miidred Webb Syracuse, three brothers Erie Crurr.p Heu*el:on. Roland Cramp PJot Rock ^Ore and .Vaaghar. Crump Ogdsnsburg Berr, at Parishville June i~ 1910 daughter of Anthony and Cara Johnson Crump she at* tended the iocal school and *as named U> Ernest E Cong do* The couple has hved at Warners 71 years Mr Cong dor, was employed at the Crucibie Stee; Co until n;s retirement Jan 1 Mrs. Anna Love The funeral for Mrs Anna G. Love, 80. of DeKalb Junction was held Monday at the Free Gospel Church in Flushing. LI Rev. Gunnar Jacobson, officiated. Burial was in Mount Olivet Cemetery, Maspeth Mrs. Love died Thursday in the House of the Good Samaritan Hospital, Watertown where she had been a patient for six weeks. She was the widow of Frank Love, who died about 12 years .ago Survivors include two sons, Rev Norman Love, pastor bf v United Methodist Church, DeKalb and DeKalb Junction, and William Love, Massepequa, 4 L.I.; a daughter, Mrs Robert (Ruth) Maclnnessi Lindenhurst, .LI.; a sister, Mrs Margaret * Hayslip, Tampa, Fla.; seven grandchildren, and five great- grandchildren V 1 * v lames Gilbert The funeral for James Harrison Gilbert, 84, of Heuvelton was held Monday at the Fox Funeral Home. Rev. Albert A. Cameron, co-pastor of the St Lawrence Valley Parish, officiated. Burial was in Riverside Cemetery, Gouver- neur. > . Mr Gilbert diejLFriday at his home following ^« g^pess of several weeks^ Surviving artr^rdaughter, Mrs. William (Elva) Srwu, Rensseiaer Falls, five grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildre/i He was bom in DfcKalb Jan 28, 1888. son of George and Mary- Wall Gilbert He married Maude Conklin June 14. 1911. He attended the Methodist Church and was a 62-year member of Kendrew Grange Star Lake Workshop plans program for Heart Month Dr Robert Pereson will speak at the regular meeting of the Star Lake Diet Workshop to be held in the. Star Lake Presbyterian Church at 7 p.m Tuesday, Feb. 15 His topic will be \Diet and •Heart Disease.\ February has been proclaimed National Heart Month and Mrs Evelyn Watson, Diet Workshop instructor, has scheduled an open meeting in conjunction with Heart Month Mrs Marlene Etenecia. St. Lawrence County Heart Fund Coordinator, will also be pi^sent A question and answer period will follow the program Favorite Diet Workshop dishes will be served as well as coffee. The public is welcoiqe to at- Members of the Diet Workshop are asked to be present at 6 pm. $o the regular evening's business can be taken care of before the program Star Lake ' .By MAKJORIE BAXTER Diet Workshop meetings are now being held in the basement of the Presbyterian Church every Tuesday evening at 7 p.m. MAKING PLANS — Mrs. MarJene Denecia, St. Lawrence Ountyfleart Coordinator, left, and Mrs. Evelfn Watson, Diet Workshop instructor, complete plans for the Feb. 15 meeting of the Diet Workshop in Star Lake. Dr. Robert Persson will speak on \Diet and Heart Disease'. The public is cordially mvited to attend. ,- - • ReSCUeSquad Chamber asks county . . to reinstate Fair money reports on activities The Gouverneur Chamber of Commerce has maijed a letter to Donald Livingston. Chairman of the Su Lawrence County BoarJ of Supervisors petitioning the boards A Mrs. Doris Van Dyke Mrs. Doris Beatry Van Dyke, 73, Bell Road, Heuvelton, was pronounced dead on arrival at the A. Barton Hepburn Hospital Jan* 28 by Dr. James Brown, acting coroner. Mrs. Van Dyke had been ill with a heart condition/ . . The funeral was held Jan. 31 • at the Fox Funeral Home with Rev. Edward J. Sizeland, Prot- estant chaplain at the St. Law- rence State Hospital, officiating. Burial will be in Hillcrest Cem- etery in the spring. Surviving are two sons, Theo- dore. Rensseiaer Falls, and Hen-, 'ry, Ogdensburg; one brother, Da-' vid Beatry, Heuvelton, and two grandchildren. . Born in the Town of DePey- ster May 15, 1898, she was a daughter of Henry and Jessie Conklin Beatry. A graduate of Heuvehon High School she was married to Roy Van Dyke of Ren- sseiaer Falls in 1917. He died- :in 1955. Mrs. Van Dyke lived at Ren- sseiaer Falls until 1945 when she moved to her home on the Bell Road. She was a member of tKe First Congregational Church of Ren- sseiaer Falls. \At'the business meeting of rhe Gouverneur Rescue Squad, held Feb. 1 in the Rescue Squad Build- ing, President Rod Benware re- leasec the following report of ac- tivity during January: There was a total of 36 calls; 29 in Gouverneur, three m Fow- ler, three in DeKalb and one in Rossie. There were six trans- fers. Total mileage, 1,302 miles; man hours on duty, ?44. j - The rescue squad offers this advice if you are first at an ac- cident scene: At any accident involving a vehicle be sure there is no smok- ing in the area. There is always gas present. Turn off ignition, lights, and try to remove cables from the bat- tery. . .c DO NOT REMOVE VICTIM un- . less he is in danger of further k harm. \ CALL RESCUE SQUAD. 287- HOO. \ Island Branch Kenneth E. Price The funeral for Kennerh E. Price, 62 r of Hailesborc Road, will be held at 1 p.m. today (Wednesday) at \the Burr-Green Funeral Home. Rev. Howe B. Perry, pastor of First American Baptist Church, will officiate. • Bjriai will be mHailesboro Cem- etery. An IOOF service was conduct- ed Tuesday evening. Mr. Price, a former mi.iwright . fr-r Gouvemejr Ta;c Company, died Sunday at t^e-tf'-war- Jo^iTr • Noble HospitaTar- hour after he' ^a? acmitte::. He had been in poor hea.rr. for one year. Surviving ^re his widow, Frei-a; r*- : scr.s. Zj^a.d, Phoe- TJX, and Pe:er, 'rtes-iexi. Vass.; niece?, nephews, and cousirs. -rorr a: H«:.esr:rc Mav 2S, 2°0° s:r. of *A; 4 .ar- sre F.cra Dei-? i^T-cs. he arre-jec srr.oc. a: Haiiesr»or: and Gc-jver-^ejf Higt Sc^oc.. He *as a merr.Der of :r>e CCC at Crar.r<erT> L.a>ce ar>c P.atisrjrg- an- *a« err.p.eyed a: t.^ie Gc-jver^e-r Cour.x>' \Cur. Mr. Pr:ce uas gra:ja:ec fr:~ \By ELAINE BONEY Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brown _called' on Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bigarel, Hailesboro the evening of Jan. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Brown visited Mr. and Mrs. Percy Kirkpatrick, Hermon, Jan. 23. Mr. Kirkpat- rick entered the Qouverneur hos- pital that day. The evening of Jan. 24 the Browns visited Mr. Kirkpatrick and Glenn Whitton at the hospital. Jan. 23 evening guests of Mr, . and Mrs. Gordon Williams were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ville- neuve, Antwerp. Mrs, Williams visited Mrs. Gloria Bishop and new son, Gouv- erneur,, Jan. 21. The baby was Jbora Jan. 16, weighed 7 lbs. 5 1/2 ozs. and has been namedJ?hili£ Andrew, , Jan. 24 supper guests of Mr. \and Mrs. Ray LaBow were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd F raw ley, Scotch Settlement Road. .Richard Moor£ accompanied Mrs. Margaret Wright anci Rona;c Robb of Ogaer.sburg to Iroquois, Ont., Jan. 23 to visi: Mr. a/id Mrs. John Menciey. Mrs. Mer<- ley is a sister of Mrs. Wrigr.t. The occasion was Mrs. Wright's birthday. Mrs. Vera Ccnkhn, Mrs. Lou- elia Wr.itt:r. ar.t granddaughter Julie Vk'hir-cn, Bigeicw anc Mr*. _^Grace Ccr.nr., Ricr.viile, visited \\\their mother, Mrs. Err.ma Mc- Carr>- a.: St. Regis Nursing Home, LM as sen a recent.y. Mrs. Mc- Carr/s neaith ec. iprrv- :c l a 4?^:riced fc-r LZCT.IS Ta.c Ccrr.pa-y. He hc.plzyez r> Gojvernejr Tal: for 23 years ur.u: retire- nr: aro-: ^ \-ear ag;. a: The funeral for Miss Heier. J IOCF. Saturda a: St Frkacis w.it H&gr Paul Chajx&ir of Schoa Tjpper L**e B-r:a! ViSS Hazei DiCKson • The funeral for Miss Haze\ E •Dkkson.. 82 of iOl Barnes S: uas neid Savjrriay a: the B ; -rr- Qreer. Funeral Borce w.th Re* iDonald S French pastor of :re F:rs* Presbyter.ar. Cr.urcr. of- ficiating Buna. *as :n P.Aerside Cemeter> Originally scneduled for Fr,da> tr.e ser»;ce was postponed ije :o :he storrr. M;ss DiCKs-or. died Fet la: the LJ-4 Jor*r< Noble Hospita. ir.g are a s.s:er Mrs ^asr.:r.r:r. JaT.es $ D.CK>~ Water.O«T a r.iece ar.d nepr.e* B>?r. at Ar.:»erp Apr.: 25 j8?9 a ia-£-.:er ::* Jarr.es T aru z,'.;ez r. s r. e « a s Gc-ver-.e-r \i sir.-re .:ve> 5-r».v She Qc J*. ef Z> A ?. r.err.ber y*. th-e ss.ct In The Service . Stephen Okuskc, son of Mr. \anJ Mrs. EJward Okusko of 52 Grove St., has enlisted in the Army anc has reported for duty, according to Sergeant First Class Bob Coon, local army recruiter. - A 1Q71 graduate of Gouver- neur Central School, Okusko en- listed under the Army's Career Group Enlistment Option for •guaranteed training in Admini- stration. • - . Upon completion of basic train- ing at Ft. Dix, N.J., Okusko receive specialized training. to reinstate the $10,000 appro- priation for the Gouverneur-SL, Lawrence County Fair. A copy of the letter follows: \At a recent meeting of our Board of Directors a motion to petition the St. Lawrence County Board of Supervisors to reinstate the $10,000 appropriation for the county fair in the 1972 budget was unanimously adopted. \According to the information available to this organization, the county appropriation is used for promotion of agriculture and the betterment of agriculture in St. Lawrence County. \Our directors wish to go on record with the count\ govern- ment that they endorse efforts to stabilize -the budget. They feel, however, that the county's largest industry, agriculture, should be encouraged in every way possi- ble.\ MODERNIZE YOUR BATH Bring your old bathroom up to date Wilb beau- tiful, new fixtures that function perfectly. Drop tn and see our large selection of models in attractive vanities, bathtubs and toilets. We have the bathroom set to fulfil your dreams, fit your space, and match your budget. 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