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/ Page 6 $*c. 2 Goirrerneur. N.Y. June 14, 1972 Reception to honor Sister Mary William A reception is being held In the honor of Sister Mary Wil- liam who is completing her term as principal of St. James School, on Sunday, June 18 from . 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the school. The reception had been sche- duled previously for Saturday. Sc James Guild extends an in- vitation to friends of Sister Mary to be present. As Sister Mary William com- pletes her term as principal of St. James School, we wotfld like to call to mind some of her Interests and accomplishments. * During the six years she has been In Gouverneur; Sister has had an active interest In many people from the students in St. lames School and the CYO to the sick and shut-ins by fre- quent visits to the hospital or * their homes. —L~The Innovations initiated by Sister in the school are sig- Benefit dinner for clergyman A benefit dinner, sponsored by the Heuvelton Development Corporation, to aid a Rensselaer Falls clergyman who is now in need of immediate and extended medical treatment, will be given Thursday, June 15, at the Heuvelton. Central School cafeteria from 5 to 7 p.m. Tickets may be obtained from the members of the Heuvelton Lions Club, at Pagano's Pmg Store or at the door. Missionary to speak . * The public is cordially invited to hear Miss Marjorie Nellis, a missionary nurse in j\frica, who will be speaking at the United Methodist Church in Heuvelton on June 17 at 8 p.m Refreshments will be served following her talk. , Miss Nellis had served as missionary nurse in Piper Memorial Hospital, Kapanga, Republic of Congo, since 1963. Prior to this novice she spent seven years with the army during World War II and in the Korean War, retiring with the rank of Major in the Army Reserves. 'FULLERVILLE COMMUNITY CHURCH Howe B Perry, Pastor Sunday SchoonhOO p.m Preaching Service 2:00 Sermon by the pastor \Our Education\. Friday and Saturday beginning 9:30 am Rummage and Food Sale Fowler Town HalL The Women's Society in charge • HARRISVILLE . CHRISTIAN CHURCH <D1SCIPLES) Clement P. Jordan. Pastor Church School every Sunday, classes for all ages 9 45 a.m., worship service (Holy Com- munion every Sunday) 11 a.m. MACOMB WESLEYAN • \ James R Redstone, Pastor , Services for Sunday, June 18; „ Sunday School. 10:30 am. Morning worship, 11:15 am; Evening service. 8 p.m Wednesday, Prayer meeting 8 p.m \TUESDAY\ June 20 RtpobfioMt CongrtssioMl PRIMARY DAY Polls Open 12 NOON-9 P.M. VOTE BOB McEWEN CONGRESS nlficanu Her encouragement oi aports, especially basketball and cheer leading, have contributed both to the physical education program and the development of group activity and, coopera- tion among the students. Another extra-curricular activity sup- ported by Sister is Junior Foren- sic League. This Is an organiza- tion of 10 parochial schools of the area in which students compete in Oral Interpretation of a writ- ten selection and Declamation, the delivery of a speech from memory. , Also, during the past six years, Sister has cooperated with the Junior High School by initiating French and Algebra courses in St. James. Sister's special in- terest in reading has led her to organize a reading program throughout the school in which each student attends the-reading class on his own level and pro- gresses from level to level at his own rate. This past year she also has encouraged a depart- mental program in grades 1-3 and 4-5 in which each of the fac- ulty members teaches in his or her own field of specialization. The junior high has had this for some time. Perhaps her most recent step has been to establish a kindergarten program. Ar- rangements are well under way for its opening next year , Above and beyond all the things she has done, the reason for them, is Sister Mary William's interest in each student as an individual who deserves the best that can be given him. Journalism major on honors list Ronald A. McReynolds, 58 Parker Street, has again been named to the President's Honors List at State University College at Potsdam, where he is a senior, majoring in English with concen- tration in journalism. Persons named to the list must achieve an average of 3.25, slightly higher than a \B m , and be full-time students. McReynolds achieved an ave- rage of 3.40 for his second se- mester of study and was named jto the Honors List for a second successive time since he has been enrolled at the college. DCSR Firemen collect cards The DCSR Firemen will be out collecting coin cards the week of June 18. Also they are plan- ning an auction for July 30. If anyone has any items they wish to donate and would like them picked up, please contact Byron Colton at 562-3693, or any fire- men. Stephen Rice on Dean's list Stephen Rice, son ci Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rice, Richville, has been notified that he is on the Dean's list for the Spring mark- ing period at North Country Com- munity College, Saranac Lake. Stephen has a 3.6 average. An average of 3.5 or more is re- quired for the list. COUVERNEUR t UNITED METHODIST Stanley E. Brown, Pastor Sunday. June 18, 7 am The Word and Mu*ic of the Christian Faith broadcast over WlftS with the pastor as host 10 am Graduation Breakfast in Fellowship Hall for all members of the Class of 1972 Gouverneur s Central School This invitation is extended to all members of the J972 Senior Class who would like to attend 11 am Morning Worship, a Baccalaureate Ser vice for the Class of 1972 with special music by the Chancel Choir. Mrs Gordon McPherson the director, and organist Mrs. Frederick Hopper. Thursday, June 15, 6:15 p.m Unit 1 Mrs William Rowley the unit-leader covered-dish supper- meeting with Mrs. Elizabeth Turnbull 20 William Street Gouverneur. • Friday June 16, 10:30 am 1000 Island Council Girl Scouts Planning Committee Meeting in Fellowship Hall the Church Saturday, June ]7, 1 p.m. Senior High Youth Fellowship will meet at the Church to go to Mclntyre Cottage Trout Lake for outing and picnic. Mr. Bruce Mclntyre is president; Mr. and Mrs Herbert Hunt are the counselors Wednesday June 21, 7:30 p.m. St I^awrence District United Methodist Church Conference in Potsdam with Superintendent. Rev Dr^Bobert D. Jones, presiding\ Sunday, June 25, 2 p.m. Operor Class Family picnic with Mr. and Mrs Dean Delong at Morristown * on the St. Lawrence. Dinner hour is set for 4:00 p.m. for covered- dish picnic-meal. Wednesday, June 28, Annual ice-cream social at the North •Gouverneur Church sponsored by the Rock Island 4-H Club with proceeds -for the 4-H Camping Fund The public is invited and your patronage will be ap- preciated Thank you. Rev Robert J. McCarthy, pastor St. James Church, Gouverneur, will host Table Talk Monday, June 19 - Friday, June 23 broadcast over WIGS 11 30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. This is the concluding week for Table Talks current season Table Talk is scheduled to resume its regular programs by the Gouverneur Clericus for the fall, winter, and spring series of 1972-73 on Monday September U, 1972. . A GOUVERNEUR * FREE METHODIST „ Samuel A. Simmons, Pastor ; Sunday School, 10 a.m.; Wor- ship Service, 11 a*m.; FMY 7:15 p.m.; Evangelistic Service 8 p.m. ... Mid-week prayer meeting Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OSWEGATCHIE Rev Dr. P P Merrill. Pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; regular services. 10:45 a.m.; Young People. 6 p.m NORTH COUVtRNEUR METHODIST Stanley £. Brown, pastor Sunday, June 18, 7:00 am. The Word and Music Broadcast over WIGS with the pastor as host. 9 30 a.m. Morning Worship.^The Sacrament of Holy Communion. 10 00 am Sunday School, Mrs. Wallace Hurlbut the superin- tendent •• Senior Class 1972 Gouverneur High School are invited to a Graduation Breakfast and Baccalaureate Service in the First United Methodist Church in Qouverneur at 10 a.m. This in- vitation is open to all Members of the Class of 1972. • Hev Robert J McCarthy, pastor of St. James Church Gouverneur, will be the host on v Table Talk Monday June 19 through Friday June 23 at 11:30 a.m. and 630 p.m over WIGS. This is the concluding week of Table Talk for the current season. Table Talk is scheduled to resume its regular series on Monday September 11, for the tail, winter and spring programs by members of the Gouverneur Clericus. \ Sunday, June 25, 9:00 a.m. Annual \family breakfast at the Church in North Gouverneur to be followed by morning worship and the Sunday School Children's Day and Exercises. Please note this change in time Breakfast will be served at 9 a.m. and the service will follow in the Church Sanctuary. All members and families are invited and welcome Wednesday, June 28, Annual ice-cream social at the North Gouverneur Church sponsored by the Hock Island 4-H Club with the proceeds going to the 4-H Camping Fund. The public is invited and your patronage will be very much appreciated. Thank vou. * GOUVERNEUR FIRST AMERICAN BAPTIST CHURCH Howe B. Perry, Pastor Sunday June 18 our morning worship 11:00 a.m. Miss Beth Kitchin. Organist and the choir will sing The pastor will use as /htS'Subiect \Education\. This Thursday the trustees will meet at 7:30 in the church office Services for July and August 10:00 am July 2, 9, 16 Presbyterian Church; July 23,30, August 5 United Methodist Church: Aug. 43, 20, 27, Baptist Church. FOWLER FIRST AMERICAN BAPTIST CHURCH Howe B. Perry. Pastor Services Sunday June 18 beginning at 9 15 The choir will sing with Mrs Howard Shippee as pianist Our pastor will preach 'How to get the Most out of Education' . This Friday June 16 at 7:30 the Carthage Baptist Youth Choir will present a folk sing of \A New Mind Services for July and August will begin at 8 45 am GOUVERNEUR ST. JAMES RJ McCarthy. Pastor Sunday Masses Anticipated Sunday Mass 7 30 p.m, Saturday Sunday Masses. & 9 30 ilam 5 30 p m . Daily Masses 8am, 5pm Confessions before all Masses and Saturdav 4 and 7 p.m Baptisms Sundavs at 1 p m Anticipated Sunday Mass 5 p m Saturday in St Jean s Cha- pe! Richviue* GOUVERNEUR FIRST PRESBYTERIAN - Sunday. June 18. We welcome you tp our Worship Service at 10:30 a.m. Rev. Dr. Robert E. Johnson, a teacher and director of continuing education at State University, Potsdam, will be the speaker. Mrs. Carl Siver is or- ganist and music director* Sunday will be the final clos- ing of Church School for the 3. 4 and 5 year olds. To end the ,yea,r Mrs. Jeanette Erdman and °Mrs. Joan Scott will hold a pic- nic at the Erdman home on the Hailesboro Road at the usual class time. Wednesday, June 14. The an- nual Luncheon Meeting of the UPW will be held at the home of Mrs. Paul Graves, Richville Road. This is a change of pre- viously announced plans. Please fSfan on attending this important meeting. Bring covered dish to pass, rolls and table service. \There are many dishes that have been left after suppers, in the kitchen, such as cups, plates, saucers, baking dishes and sil- verware. If you have some miss- ing will you please check to see if you have some at the church. ANTWERP SHARED MINISTRY PARISH Donald K. Dodds. Pastor Sunday. June 18, 1972, morning worship, 11:15 am Sermon, The Hidden Life; v text, Colossians 3:3b \Your Life ishid with Christ in God\ * x - Meetings—June 18, there will be a Graduation Breakfast' at 9 00 am at the Congregational Church for the graduates. The service, at 11:15 a.m. at the United Methodist Church, will bring a Graduation Message'. The Graduates are asked to wear their caps and gowns. June 18, 1:30 p.m., The com- bined communities of Antwerp and Spragueville will hold a picnic at Jacques Cartier Park. June 22, The Clipper Club will hold a picnic at Mr. and Mrs. Dick Brown's at 7:00 p.m. WESTERN ADIRONDACK PARISH Arthur B. Goyette, Pastor Services every Sunday at Star Laka, 11:15 a.m.; Church School every Sunday, 11:15 a.m., Star Lake. Alternate Sundays services at 9:30 a.m. at Wanakena and Oranberrv . GOUVERNEUR WESLEYAN . Carroll Maynard, Pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m.; morning worship, 11 a.m.; Youth service, 7 p.m.; evening worship, 7:30 p.m. Midweek prayer, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. HARRISVILLE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Frank Scott. Pastor Sunday School at 9 45 am * Worship service at 11 am Sunday June 18. the Harnsville United Methodist Church will \honor the graduation class of 1972 Gifts will be ^given to the graduates at the 11 am worship service % FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Robert Taylor. Pastor Services for Faith Baptist Church are being held a' 79 Main street - Sunday School is 10 am. worship service 11 a m . evening service 7 30 p m Mid-week prayer. 7 30 pm \ SPRAGUEVILLE UNITED METHODIST Donald K. Dodd». Pastor Sunday. June 18. 1972. morning worship. 945 p.m. Sermon, The Midden Life: text. Colossians 3:3-\Your life is hid with Christ in God* June 18. 130 p:m . the com- bined communities of Spragueville and Antwerp will hold a picnic at JacqXies Cartier Park. SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST George Part ley. Pastor. O. let us be thankful all the days of our life, for the blessings we have.' 4 Home mission talks 12:00 Sabbath School (Sat.) 12:30 p.m. Divine worship 1:30 p.m. Tuesday evening service. Young and old 8 p.m. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST LATTER DAY SAINTS Arthur Barker, Branch President, Watertown Branch Sunday services at 617 Davidson street, Watertown - Priesthood, 9 a.m.; Sunday school, 10:30 a.m.; Sacrament meeting, 11:30 a.m. RICHVILLE ; UNITED CHURCH , Rev. William Master*, Pastor Cfhqrch Service, 10 a.m.; Church School, n a.m.; Youth Fellowship 7:30 p.m. Bible Study Class, *\ueadayi at 1:30 pjn. OLD DEKALB METHODIST Norman Love, Pastor Sunday Worship, 10 a.m. Midweek Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 8 p.nv ASSEMBLY OF GOD EDWARDS William Snyder, Pastor . Sunday services - Sunday School 9:45 a.m.; worship ser- vice, 11 a.m. 7 p.m. evening service. Mid-week service - Tuesday, 7 p.m. .. FOUR GENERATIONS WERE REPRESENTED »< \« 25T* »« ^ ©* *+r »nd *rt G+orp* Cornet, on Apr\ ?4 rr*g toe *~9» *r»m aft* J*n R*C*»rtf St»fr»rtftfry a*d D»Ctr Mrs l NOW OPEN AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SERVICE • ALL WOftJT RJUT tUAJUNTEtD • AND MASONAH.Y WUCID St. Lawrence Motor Saks HI i. E tO l^e P. K. rom TOM oi PTTT GAILY DECORATED AND library attracts many young rtadtrs. Theft patrons art Ut and Ltsllt Milter. . - THE MAGAZINE AND PERIODICAL s+ctitft of tht Hfcrary is stocked, and it convtntontly located n—r a comfftafcte nook. TRINITY EPISCOPAL Rev Edward F CaidweH, Rector Sunday Services, S and 10 a.m. Holy Eucharist; Kindergarten and 1st Grade Church School Class at the 10 a.m. service. Weekday Service, Thursdays at 10 am, Holy Eucharist (with Propers for Holy Days during the week) Weekday Release Time Religious Education for Grade School children (4th - 6th) Tuesdays, from 1:50 • 2:50 p.m. . Confirmation Class for children Saturdays at 10:30 a.m. Vestry Meetings—second Thursday at Rectory Study - 8 p.m. Choir Rehearsals, St. Anns Guild, Episcopal Young Chur- ^chmen meet when announced. Rector shares with other members of the Clericus in speaking on \Table Talk\ WIGS—11:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. each weekday. Gouverneur Chapter ' of Alcoholics Anonymous meets each Thursday at 8 p.m. in Un- dercroft. Gouverneur Friendly TOPS meets each Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in Undercroft. Wednesday, June 7 8 p.m. Inquirers Class at Rectory Studv. Thursday, June 8, p.m. Vestry Meeting at Rectory Study. Sunday, June 11 5 p.m. and the The Laying on of Hands and the Holy Eucharist with the Rt. Rev. Charles B. Per»efl, Jr. 5TD. Suffragan Bishop of the Episcopal Dftoceae o/ AJbmmy as preacher, officiant, . and celebrant. BIBLE SERVICES AT RUSSELL Bfcte «re m held In the y Town Hall at RMMU Ng ac 7:45 p»m« Tht noo-dmomlnatlooal M vie**, conduct* by H. McBach- rco and R. Motadm, art to tht pubuc and all ar* CHURCH OF THENAZARENE Floyd W. Shaw, Putor Sunday School, 16 a.m. for all ages; morning worahip, 11 am ; NY.PS 7:1* p.m.; Evangelistic service, • p.m. Bibfe study, Wednesday, 7 p.m • * • DEKALB JUNCTION METHODIST CHURCH Normal Love, Pastor Sunday School 10 a.m. ; Sunday Worship 11:15 a.m.; MYF meeting 7:30 p.m. WAVE fzacttj 1*5 jtmn a •ffidal flag. Ut m BURR-GREEN l:-r FUNERAL ROME,£te 33 PARK STREET / \

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