J . : - • \ k • P*ge 8 Sec. 2 — The Tribuae-Pr*M, Goovemeur, NY. April 19. 1972 Richville Road News By MABEL BAILEY x Mrs George Hoover and ton, Allentown, Pa , spent a 10-day vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Porter Mr and Mrs. Steve Bruno, of East Grandy, Conn , and Fred Best Jr. were Easter weekend Mr. and Mrs Fred Best They were all Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon McPherson, Gouverneur. Mr and Mrs. Robert Hand and girls of New Jersey spent the Easter wec&csgd wife Mr. and Mrs Hermon Towne Sr. Mrs. Paul Woods, Bigelow Apr\il 1 dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. William Premo, Oouver- neur. Mr. and-Mrs Pat Ashley and girls, Brasher Falls, were April 1 supper guests of Mr and Mrs Hermon Towne Sr Mr. and Mrs Ronald Trippany, Syracuse, Mr and Mrs Winston Bishop and family and Mr and Mrs. Bernard Tnppany were Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bastedo, of Liver- pool. Mrs. Gertrude Walrath and son were Easter guests of Mr and Mrs Thomas Williams, Brownville and Mr and Mrs hosted a surprise birthday party^Nflelvin Walrath, Watertown for Phylina Gilbow the evening of April l Present were Mr. and v Mrs. Pat Brock way, Rochester, Mr. and Mrs. Nate Merrifield and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bellinger, Heuvelton, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Whitton and family, Gouverneur and Harold Denesha. Mrs. Jack La Mont, Antwerp, was an April 1 caller of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hermon Towne Sr Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bailey . and Nancy were April 1 afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Campbell, Antwerp. Mr. and Mrs. Jack D'Amico Mr. and Mrs Philip Bush and family, Richfield Springs were Easter guests of Mr and Mrs Alton Bush. Marilyn returned to spend a week with her brother and family. . v Mrs. Betty Cutrle and girls, Felts Mills, and Mrs Jessie Yerdoh and Mrs Fern Klock, Johnstown Road, were April 2 callers of Mr and Mrs. Gordon Claflin Joseph Bastedo, Liverpool spent last week with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs Winston Bishop Mr. and Mrs~ Jack D'Amico enjoyed supper at Partridge and son and Mrs Peggy D'Amico Berry Inn in Watertown the evening of April l to celebrate Mrs. DAmico's birthday Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cole were and children were Easter dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Ben D'Amico, Watertown. Mrs. Phylina Gilbow and Harold Denesha were Easter dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. Leonard Strate, Peabody Road. Mr and Mrs Robert Hand and girls, New Jersey, Nelson and Richard Towne and Chris Greene, Syracuse, Mr and Mrs. William Fuller and family. Antwerp, Mr and Mrs Hermon Towne Jr and family, Richville and Mr and Mrs William Venton and sons. Scotch Settlement Road, were Easter dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Hermon Towne Sr Mrs George Cornell of Port \Byron telephoned that day David Bishop spent last week with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and* Mrs Harold Bastedo, Liverpool. Kevin Bigelow and Douglas Fifield spent last week with Mr. and Mrs Gaylord Bigelow, BUlerica. Mass , Mrs. f Phylina Giibow and Harold Denesha were April 2 evening callers of Mr and Mrs. Lynn Denesha Sr , Fowler Mr and Mrs Reginald LaKocfcv and daughter were Easter dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. Lowell , La Rock. Old State Road. Judge Paul Graves is holding court in Johnstown for the month of ^pril. ^ x. Nancy Bailey r spent April 4-5 with Pamela Hitchcock, Fowler Jessie Yerdon of Johnstown Road was an April 5 caller of-Mr. and Mrs Gordon Claflin. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thomp- son. Rock Island Road, were April 4 evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. Hermon Towne Sr Mr and Mrs. Gilbert Bailey and Nancy were Thursday callers of Mr and Mrs Dean Blandin, Hermon. Dr and Mrs Stanley Holberg and family. Canton, Miss Jean Kellock, Harrisville and Mrs Mark Graves,.Gouvemeur, were April 2 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Paul Graves. Mrs. Holberg's* birthday was celebrated at this time Star Lake MARJQR1E BAXTER Mrs Maisie Tebo was a guest recently of Eleanor Hawker at Weedsport The Hawkers were former residents here. Mrs Lee Hitchman recently visited Jean Whalen at Bald- winsville. Mr. Hitchman •returned home with he/ from Upstate Medical Center where he had been a patient for some time. Mr and Mrs Victor (Butch) Pommerville and son, Matthew, were guests during Easter week of Mr and Mrs Wallace Stowell. J would like to make a correction. I recently reported that Mrs Eleanor Janack was a supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Shaw at Fine to help her grandson Phillip celebrate his nth birthday. It should have read, an evening guest to celebrate his sixth Birthday. Miss Dickson receives honor Miss Lea Dickson, a senior at the University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, Conn., has been * selected as the Outstanding Arnold Woman of 1972. The Dr. EH Arnold Memorial Award is presented each year to the male and female seniors of the Arnold Division of the University of Bridgeport who best exemplify the characteristics in Which Dr. Arnold believed The recipients receive a key and his or her name is placed on a plaque that is retained by and displayed at the university. The award will be presented at the Arnold alumni dinner in May. w Miss Dickson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Andrew Dickson, 68 Clinton Street, is majoring in physical education. . Newton Falls • By MARJORIE BAXTER , Mr and Mrs. Lewis Wiggins spent Easter with the Mert Smith family at Floyd. Doug and Diane Wiggins, Rochester, called on Mr. and Mrs. I^ewis Wiggins, and Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Goodrow recently. Mary Lyn and Patti Mae Sullivan spent their Easter vacation in Florida with Mr and Mrs David WiUette. STUDENTS of the Hearth Technology Division, Department of Nursing; Agriculture and Technical Institute, Canton, visit Gouvemeur's Edward John Noble Hospital two days weekly for clinical ex- perience. Members of the first program, these students started in January and will finish their first year of a two-year associate degree nursing program in May. From the left, seated, are: Mrs. June 'Smithers, Rensselaer Falls; Miss Meg Kelley, Gouverneur; Miss Karen Brown, Canton; Mrs. Barbara CcuJchley, Canton. Standing from the left are: Mrs. George Mullen, hospital superin- tendent; Mrs. Barbara Messner, Canton; Donald Romlein, Manchester; Mrs. Margaret Vining, R.N., instructor; and Mrs. Marily Constantine, Russell. » .. ' t (Kinney Drug'photo) If ITS QUALITY YQU'RiLOOKING FOR APRIL SHOWER OF SPRING VALUES READY TO PLANT R«g. S9c. 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