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\ Page 8 Sec. I — The Tribune-Press,Gouverneur. NY April 19, 1972 HDCS District volunteers needed to assist in Quality Inventory By VIRGINIA FISCHER DeKalb Junction — John Sandwick Supervising Principal of Hermon DeKalb Central School is seeking further in * terested citizens to assist in a Quality Inventory to be con- ducted in the near future The study will encompass five basic areas Finance Professional Staff, Curriculum, Plant and Facilities and Community Relations The sole purpose in this undertaking is to survey strengths and weaknesses and to set priorities for improving weak areas The time involved would be two or three evenings over the period of a month. Committees would in- volve board members, teachers, administrators and interested citizens If interested contact Mr Sandwick at the school Marilyn Sayer of Madrid and Frank Harmer of Brooklyn were married April 8 at the United Methodist Church with The Rev Norman Love officiating At- tendants were Mr and Mrs. Robert Gotham A reception was held at the Gotham* home following the wedding Mrs. Gotham is a sister of Mr Har- mer The DeKalb Pussycats 4-H club met April 12 at the home of the leader, Mrs Peg Metcalf The girls discussed plans for the dress revue on April 15. Slides on planting seeds and wild were shown. Members worked on ponchos and aprons for th£ dress revue, then had refreshments. The next meeting will be April 26 at the Metcalf home. ^ Mr. and Mrs. xobert Ray are the parents of a daughter born April 12 at A. Bar to* Hepburn Hospital, Ogdensburg Mrs. Ray is the former Peggy Simser. The new daughter joins Ella Mae, Kathy and Robin at home. A turkey and biscuit dinner, benefit of the DeKalb Community Center will be held April 30 from noon to six p.m. at the Grange hall. . - Mrs. Esther Risley and Steven with her mother. Mrs Robert Snyder, Canastota, returned home April 5, after spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs guests of Mr and Mrs.^JunlOF ~nfece, Mrs White, Kirkville Mr and Mrs. Charles Crumb, Gouverneur, were April 9 evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Turnbull. Irvin Cobb, son of Mr and Mrs. \Marvin Cobb, spent March 30 to Xpnl 8 in the House of the Good Mr and Mrs Elmer Elsey and \Samanlan, Watertown, where he Donald Matteson arrived \home underwent knee surgery April 11 DeKalb Central school is spon- t Robert feero in Springfield Conn The Ladies Auxiliary of the DeKalb Junction Volunteer Fire Department met ApriJ 10 for a regular meeting Members plan a pancake and sarsage supper for May A special meeting will be held April 24 at 7:30 p.m. al the fire station and Mrs Thomas Mr and Mrs Guy Alguire met April 13 for a regular Night on May 9 with Edwards, Rogers, Harrisville attended the Neighbor Night meeting District Deputy Crary Mills artd Russell par- The county level grange con- program April 8 at Massena Clarence Poor, Rensselaer Falls, ticipating Neighbor Night tests, prince, princess young grange with Deer River, Norfolk, made his official visit Mrs. Poor ^ograms are open to the public J • • •• ' Winthrop also attended the meeting The and all are invited to attend. the sewing contest will be held at the next meeting, April 27. Grange 1120 will be host for Neighbor after a few weeks vacation in Florida Mr and Mrs James Carvel attended the \Showtime 72\ in Ogdensburg on April 11 Mr and Mrs Clark Carvel of Canton were members of the cast The Sanitary Landfill on the Old DeKalb Depeyster Road for residents of the town of DeKalb only is open Wednesday and Saturday from 8 am to 5 p m The Hermon dump is closed to residents of the Town of .DeKalb Residents are requested to nuse the new facility *> Mr and Mrs Milton Durham and family, Russell, were April 8 supper guests of her mother. Mrs Frances Gilbert Mr and Mrs Guy Alguire visited his brother, Harry Alguire at Hepburn hospital, Ogden- sburg, and her sister. Mrs. Luella Cook at the Cedars Nursing Home on April 10. Mrs Alguires brother. Bill Redmond, has returned to his home in Syracuse, after being in Hepburn hospital about two weeks Mr and Mrs Harry C. White arrived home April 8 from a three-month vacation in California. Texas and Florida. Mr and Mrs James Smith and family. Russell, were April 9 supper guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Claude Menthew Miss Irene Bristol, Heuvelton. was an April 8 afternoon guest of Mrs. Allan Bowering April 7 evening dinner guests of rs Margaret Edwards were cousin, Howard Hutchison. Ogdsnsburg. and Carl Gilmour, Rensse^ler Falls, in honor of the birthday^qf Mr. Gilmour. Mr and MrvRichard Thomson and Kenny wereN^pril 9 guests of Mr. and* Mfs. i^eon White, \LaFayette and evening dinner couple, talent, and polka dance T^hshville and will be held April 27 at Macomb granges 121 attended grange Pomona grange will be June 7 at Hammond Grange Mr and Mrs Thomas Woods Jr and Thomas III. Ogdensburg. were April 12 afternoon guests of The Junior Class of Herrnon -Mrs Allan Bowering program DeKalb Junction Grange 1120 soring a donkey baiketball game featuring the seniors and faculty on April 20 at 7:30 p.m Tickets are on sale in advance or at the door „ \> Mr and Mrs Richard Hand and Amy were April 8 guests of his mother, Mrs. Dorothy Hand .Mrs Lena Smith and Pearl \Bishop were April 9 guests of Mrs Smith Ydaughter, and Miss Mr and Mrs Bernard homson were April 9 guests' of Mr and Mrs Sidney Thomson, Gouverneur . Z Mrs Lena Smith. 'Arthur Mclnthosh. Mrs Dorothy Hand and Flint Russell attended the Senior Citizens dance in Ogdensburg on April 8 Mr and Mrs. Garth Bishop spent April 8 in Syracuse *vhile their daughter, Phyllis Bishop Richville Road Bishop's brother, Mr. and Mrs vand grandson. Richard Lodge • % *^ • t fmm* • • i • 1 & *— f % M —1 ~% M T\^ \ _ m PROFESSIONAL John Bishop. The birthdays of Mrs. Smith, April 10, and John* Bishop, April 1, were honored. Mr and Mrs Robert Brown, Medina, called her mother, Mrs, Smith, on her birthday The PTA of Hermon-DeKalb Central School will meet April 27 for a regular meeting Election of officers will be held Dr. Richard .Neil, Harrisville, will be guest speaker on drugs. This program has been rescheduled from Februrary when it was cancelled due io weather Mrs. Frances Gilbert was an ^April 9 evening guest of Mr and Mrs Ralph Cole, Gouverneur The Senior Citizens met April 12 with 65 members and guests attending the covered dish dinner at noon Hostesses were Naomi Rice and Elizabeth McQueer. Social act^ities were enjoyed in the afternoSh. The next meeting will be April 26, and April bir- thdays will be honored. Ruth Matteson will be hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Cobb of Hermon, and grandson Steven Cobb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cobb. left April 4 to visit Nicholas and Marjorie Cobb Trbberts in New Jersey. Mr. Cobb fell on April 8 and was hospitalized and had surgery on April 10. He is expected to be in the hospital two to three weeks. His address is Alton Cobb, Room 410, fourth floor, St. Elizabeth Hospital, Elizabeth, N.J. 07207. Marvin .Cobb flew to New Jersey on April H, returning April 12 with Steven and his parent's car MrKCatherine Rowland and James %!arvel attended the Senior Chizens County Task Force meeting in Ogdensburg on April 13. v Donna Eligfat. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence t*ijght. was April 5 overnight guest ofMr. and Mrs Eugene Gilbert. jMieheUe Gilbert was April 6 overnight guest of the Flight family. son of Mr. and ^Mrs Richard Lodge, flew to District Heights, Md. Richard was returning home after spending a week with his By MABEL BAILEY JVlr^and Mrs Charles Hall c«Htnrt# April 8 from a five-day trip (luring which they visited Mr. and M#*<^ Paternite in Con- necticut, Dr.. and Mrs. Joseph Lynch. Middletown, and Mrs. Joseph Mets,* Saugerties and points of interest in Chartle, Pa.. and Washington, DC. Mr and Mrs Charles Hall were Easter dinner guests of Mr. and MLS Harlan Jackson, HarnsviUe Mr and Mrs Joe Reed and son, Scotch Settlement Road, were grandparents PhylltsVetarned to April 6 supper guests of Mr. and Syracuse that evening Mrs. Allan Bowering spent April 9 .with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gardner and Mrs. Vera Gardner • x A reminder to district voters of Hermon DeKalb Central school district, that voting on two 4B Mrs Jack D'Amico. Mr and Mrs. John Cole and daughter. Vesteal, spent April 7-9 with John's parents*, Mr. and Mrs Ralph Cole Mr. and Mrs. Luther Cole and family, Canton, and Mr and Mrs Leslie Cole and family. Hailesboro, were passenger buses is today (April NSaturday supper guests. 19) from 1 to 6 p.m Mrs. Belle Risley attended the Ladies Aid Society meeting at Kendrew on April 11 with her sister. Mrs Mildred Anderson. Mrs Frances Gilbert was an April 11 afternoon guest of her daughter, Mrs. Milton Durham, Russell. The Rev. Howard Gosier, Rutk Matteson, Dorothv Elsev and Valerie Bigelow, Potsdam, and Al Karczewski, Buffalo, were April 7 weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bigelow. Mrs. Howard Hounds, DePeyster was an April 8 af- ternoon caller of Mrs. Gilbert Sr were April 10 callers of Mrs. Donald Barney, Watertown, and Mr and Mrs Jack La Mont, Antwerp Mr and Mrs Gordon Butler, Buffalo, were April 10 overnight guests of Harold Denesha and Phylina Gilbow. Mr and Mrs Alton Bush and Mr and Mrs Gilbert Bailey attended the supper and in- stallation of the Dads of V.F.W. Mr , Bailey was installed sergeant-at-armsfor the coming ' year Mrs Duane Bristol was an April 11 evening caller of Mrs. Loretta Cornell, Gouverneur Mrs Cornell recently returned home from the House of the Good Samaritan. - • .Mrs. Duane Bristol was a Wednesday guest of her mother, Mrs Ira Parker, Alexandria Bay Mrs Paul Graves left April 11 to spend a few days with Mrs. Joseph Nicholas at Comwall-on- the-Hudson Martin M*nnix, Jr., Pittsburgh, has been selected by tht McGovern for President Com- mittee of the 30th Congressional District to head the George Me Govern-pledged slate in the June 20, New York State Democratic Party Primary, Mr. Mannix is currently Chairman ol the Town of Pittsburgh Democratic Party and President of the Clinton County Democrats. Mr and Mrs. Gilbert Bailey The St. Lawrence County and Nancy attended a surprise Volunteer Firemen's Association will hold its first annual con- vention on Saturday, Sept 9, in Firemen plan convention Joseph Myers, Sr. f Norfolk, arid 25th anniversary party for Mr. Leona Bowering attended the -and Mrs. Eugene Hopper held frt lecture on the Old Testament on -the Pines April 8 Mrs. Bailey NUsbon, it is announced by Ber April 12 in Ogdensburg. given by also attended the 25th an- Dr OConner. instructor at St. niversary party for Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence University Robert Coates at the Elks Club Mr. and Mrs. David Glinski and that evening. David Lee spent the April 8 Mrs Gertrude Walrath and son weekend in Syracuse * \ \were April 9 callers of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. John Morley and Mrs Bernard Russo, Star Lake. family JDgdensburg, were April 8 evening guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Thomson. Robin Ray. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ray, arrived home from Canton hospital on April 12 where she had been a medical patient for a few days. Hermon Flight. Heuvelton, was an April 10 visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Flight. April 8 weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gotham was Kay Henderson of Cortland. Mrs. Margaret Edwards was a dinner guest April 10 at the Carl Gilmour home in Rensselaer Falls. Sixteen attended the dinner in honor of the birthdays- of Carl and Ted Gilmour, and \Mrs. Beverly Putman. Mr. and Mrs Donald Hand and Nelson Towne. Syracuse, Bradley and Marty Venton, Scotch Settlement Road, were April 9 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hermon Towne. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hall were April 9 supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hall, DeKalb. Mr. and Mrs. Hermon Towne were April 9 evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. William Fuller, Antwerp. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Bailey and family. West Carthage, were April 10 evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. Hermon Towne nard Purvis, Norfolk, president of the recently organized group. An invitation by the Lisbon fire department to host the one-day program was .accepted at a recent meeting of the Association in the American Legion home, Lisbon. The program will include a parade, foot and truck firematic drills. v X Committees for the convention include: Tournament, Joseph Myers, Norfolk, chairman; William Roberts, Louisville; Frank Martin, ' Lisbon; Lawrence Ashley and Robert Knapp, Norfolk. Trophy, John Bailey, Heuvelton, chairman, and Joseph Flack, Lisbon, and parade, William Frisco, DeKalb Junc- tion, chairman; Robert Knapp, Norfolk, John Green, Richville; Ivan Wilson, DeKalb Junction. President Purvis was authorized to meet with area State Legislators relative to a pending bill granting certain tax exemption to volunteer firemen in unincorporated areas. Department membership in the association has now reached over 300 and individual memberships are nearing the 500 mark. The next meeting will be June l at the Louisville fire station. Island Branch N April 8 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Williams were Mr. and Mrs. George Dziadul of Con- necticut and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Seymour, Syracuse. Mr and Mts. Williams visited his brother, Albert Williams at the hospital in Goovemeur April 9. N* Mr and Mrs. Ray UfcBow and family were April 9 supper guests of Mr and Mrs. Roy LaBow, Hailesboro. Island Branch , By ELAINE BONEY I Miss Karen Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brown, arrived home from Florida the evening of April 7 after spending a week there. Mr. and Mrs. terry Newvine and daughter, Hailesboro, were April 9 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brown. Greg, Kelly and Melissa Kirby, children of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kirby, Hailesboro were guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Brown, April 9 while their parents enjoyed snowmobiling at Barnes Comers. Miss Louella\ Hayden, Watertown, was a weekend guest at the Brown home. 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