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>bert Barstown, Robert Pratt, horses were wo claw*. Fine news notes Page 9 Sec 2 — The Tribune-Prew. Gouverneur, N. Y. Augu* 16, 1972 SPELLING CHAMPIONS — Dominic Liberator, circulation mana9er of Watertowii Daily Times, presents dictionaries to Tuesday's selling contest winners at the Gouverneur - St. Lawrence County Fair. From left, RkJM*¥Ort, first place; Linda Hughes, second; Robin Richard/ third and David Thompson, fourth. ^ . Rick Lavare top speller •n*vr, N.Y. are I Insemination r, David Henke. of Aug. 7, which opments in the rn AI sire *n4 ile for providing ling ytar. While >r th« additional A fourteen year-old youth, representing St. Lawrence Central School, Brasher Palls, won the St. Lawrence County spelling contest Tuesday at the Gouveroeur and St. Lawrence County Fair. Rick Lavare, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lavare, was mnuwq 13 entrants competing. Second was Linda Hughes, Madrid-Waddington Central School; third, Robin Richards, Norwood-Norfolk Central School, and fourth, David Thompson, Lisbon Central School. In the fourth round, with three spellers remaining in contention, the word \piccalilli\ was missed by Miss Richards. After correctly spelling several difficult words. Miss Hughes missed \syllogism which was spelled by Rick Lavare, who then spelled the next word, \synthesis to win. Cash awards for the first four places, $20, $12.50, $10 and $7.50, given by the fair board, were presented at afternoon ceremonies in front of the grandstand. Dominic Liber a tore, cir- Harrisville News By GRACE HOOPER The Community Church Help- ers met Aug. 1 with Mrs, Casper LsCfc-oss. There were six mem- bers present* The hostess, Mrs* LaCross, Mrs. WiUiamJBingo. Mrs, Calvin Mclntpsti, Mrs. Charlie Colonftyv^tfrs, Gerald rf LeoScreetar. Mrs, Raymond Pinner submitted bar resignation as treasurer, the members voted Mrs, Beverly Mdntosh as treasurer until the next election of officers In the Fall. „ . Mrs, Caspar LaCross was a supper guest, July 30, of Mr, and Mrs. Bart Vrooman, Mrs, Roy Ferguson, Rossle, called on Mrs, Bilo Hooper, Mr. and Mrs. John Valentine and Mrs, Carrie LaPlatney, July 8. Mrs, Bllo Hooper called on Mrs, Carrie LaPiatney, July 8. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Tupper and two sons, BaldwlnsvlUe, were overnight guests, July 29, of her parents Mr. and Mrs, Nemo Stevens, Richard, their son, was a guest from July 25 to the 29 of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Stevens. Mr, and Mrs, Charles Smith, Bath, were guests from Aug. 5 to 10, of Mrs, Smith's sister, Mrs. Waiter Merritt and family and other relatives. They told about the flood being about two miles from their home and what damage it did* Mr, and Mrs. Walter Elswlck and two children, Lomlta, Calif,, were guests from Aug. 1 to 11, of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Manchester, Fowler. They called on Mrs. Elswlck's aunt Mrs. Casper LaCross, Monday evening Aug. 7 and on her two cousins Mrs. Gerald Mclntosh and Mrs. Calvin Mclntosh. Mr. and Mrs. Charlet Parow received a phone call at 1:30 a*ra. Aug. 6 Informing them they had a new grand-daughter, Kim- berty Anne Marie, bom Aug. 4 to HM2 David and Janice King Parow at the Marine Base Hos- pital, Camp Pendleton, Calif. She weighed 7 lbs. and 6 ozs. Mrs. William Lalonde, Fine and Mrs. Harlan Lalonde and family, Rome were guests Aug. 4 of their sister Mrs. Charles Parow and family. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Adle, were guests Aug. 9 of Mr. and Mrs. John Valentine. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Casson, Westberry, and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hadcock, Fair haven, were guests, July 30, of Mrs. C ass on's and Mrs. Hadcock's brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Emery Adle. . Mr. and Mrs. Emery Adle left Aug. 5 for Martvllle where they visited relatives and friends and attended the Blanchard reun- ion Aug. 6 at the home of Mrs. Flossie Blanchard. Mr. ancf Mrs. David Shirley and three children visited Upper Canada Village July 27. Mr. and Mrs. David Shirley - and three children visited the Adirondack Museum at Blue Mountain Lake, Aug. 2. Andy Shirley, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Shirley, spent the past week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Shirley, Lacona. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hooper and his mother Mrs. Bilo Hooper left July 30, spent the night « Ridgetown, One, and arrived in Battle Creek, Mich. Monday afternoon where they were guests of Mr. Hooper's brother, Leland, and family. Tuesday, Aug. 1, the Hoopers toured the Kellogg cereal plant which was very in- teresting and were told they had walked a mile when they finished the tour. Mrs. Bilo Hooper was a supper guest Aug. 2 of Mrs. Laura Nesteli. That evening there was a family gathering to help Eaward celebrate his birthday with ice cream and cake. Mrs. Lei and Hooper made tjie cake. The Hoopers spent Thursday night at Cobourg, Onu and ar- rived home Friday afternoon. culation manager for the Watertown Daily Times, presented each of the contestants with a dictionary on behalf of Hie Times. Spelling contests at the Jefferson, Lewis, and St. Lawrence County Fairs have been sponsored by The Times for nearly 40 years. Judges were Kenneth Camp- bell, Fine, and Miss Helen L. Stiles, Gouverneur. Word pronouncer was Mrs. Kathryn Fuller, Edwards. In addition to the top four, others competing were: Vickie Greco, Clifton-Fine Central; James Buckley, Colton- Pierrepont Central; Kim Finley, Edwards Central, Luanne Jolly, Hammond Central; Mike Noble, Hermon-DeKaib Central; Mary Otis, Heuvelton Central; Mark Rice, Knpx Memorial Central; Debbie Peck, Parish viile- Hopkinton Central, and Ann Marie Fay, Potsdam Junior High School. By MR& GERALD BILLINGS Mr. and Mrs. Eicon Bohall 9 Lisa and Debbie, Watertown. called on her mochar Margaret Titus Tuesday, Aug. L Mr. and Mrs, Gerald Billing* called on Mr. and Mrs. Roy Algulre Thursday evening, Aug. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Stanley, Syracuse, were guests of her brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hughes, Aug. 5. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Stanley, Syracuse, are spending a tew days with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr* and Mrs. Walter Gilbert* Russell. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith and Juanlta and Sandra Slate, Clyde, called on Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Billings Aug. 5. They were on their way to spend a few days camping near White*ace Mountain. Mrs. Paul (Fern) Thivierge was taken to Upstate Medical Hospital, Syracuse, from Clif- ton-Fine Hospital, Sur Lake on Aug. 5. Mr. and^Mrs. Gerald Billings were guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Reed of Hermon. Aug. 6. Many will be glad to hear that Bert Demmon Sr. is better and that he was able to return to work at the Newton Falls Paper Mill, Aug. 7. fc The children of Mrs, Gabriel* Russell. Sucker Lake, gave her a surprise birthday party Aug. 5, Charles and Timothy each made their mother a birthday cake. A birthday cake was also made by Mrs. Richard Miles. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Miles, Sucker Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Dem- mon St. and Joan, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bush, Mark and Renea, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Shaw and boys, Fine, and Eleanor Janack Star Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Brown and family have been entertaining a fresh air girl,. Shirley Mc- 'Govem. Brooklyn, for two weeks. Shirley returned home Aug. 9. This was Shirley's first trip to the* country. July 31, Shirley McGovern and Theresa and Elyda Brown ac- companied Mr. and Mrs. George Klock on a trip to Wellington. Timothy and Annette Russell were in Clifton-Fine Hospital, Star Lake Aug. 1-3 for tonsil- lectomlea. Jeanette and Sueven Russell were in CUftoo-Flne Hospital, Star Lake, Aug. 7-9 for the same operation. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Brown and children, and Shirley McGovem took a trip to Whltef see Mountain recently. Elyda Brown stayed with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. George Klock and Charles Brown stayed with Mrs. Charles Sovie while their parents were at Whiteface Mountain. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Finley and children and Mabel Finley are moving to the farm they purchased recently near Car- thage. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Vrooman and twin sons Robert and Roger, Plttsburg, Penn. have been vis- iting her m ther. Alma Johnson. Eric Zuelsdorf, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Zuelsdorf, Cracker Box Road was taken to Upstate Medical Hospital, Syracuse, Aug. °« Minnie Fenton and Katherlne Vrooman, Plttsburg. Penn. took their mother,* Altha Johnson to Carthage Hospital for X-rays, Aug. 1. Kim Fenton la spending a week in Rochester with Janet Finley. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Reynolds the past week were their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs* Arthur Carl and two children of Trenton, N.J. Visitors of Mr, «nd Mr*. Lloyd Hutton Monday evening, Aug. 7, were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Demmon Sr. and Joan. Mr, and Mrs. Ted Brunei. DeKalb Junction, visited Mr. ajid Mrs, Lloyd Hutton Aug. 6. Mildred Fisk, Penny Pines, was a supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kerr, Aug. 10. Edith Jones, who has been spending a month with her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kerr returned home Aug. 6 as her daughter, Mrs. Lois Kerlee, Tallmadge, Ohio, with whom Mrs. Jones lives has to go Into the hos- pital for surgery. Another son-in-law and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mick and son Scott, Warren, Ohio, came to take Mrs. Jones home. They were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kerr Aug. 5. Mary Wllmarth, Canton, waa a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Algulr* Suoday, Aug. 6, Mrs. WUmarth brought her :. Mrs. Algulre, a birthday Mrs. Mary Reynolds, Rlch- vUle, who recently underwent surgery at Clifton-Fine Hospital, Star Lake, was able to go to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Algulre Saturday, Aug. 5. Afttr lunch Mr. and Mrs. Algulre took Mrs. Reynolds to her cottage at Black Lake. Mrs. Anna Travis was also a lunchsta guest of Mr. and Mrs. Algulre Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reynolds, RlchviUe, called on Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alguire Aug. 9. Amy Chenard and Dorothy Me- Combs, Hermon. called on May- fred Hutton one day the past week. Mr. *nd Mrs. Rod Fraser, Wanakenk, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kerr Wednesday evening. DePeyster Heavy winds blew a tree down on the power line near/the Nor- man Drumond home. Power was off for three hours Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wright are parents of a son, Christo- pher Gene, born July 30 at Hep- bum Hospital. Mrs. Wright Is the former Dolly Youngs, Mrs* Bryan Rynon and sons, Bobby, David and John from Pittsfield, Mass, were guests Saturday evening of her brother, Norman Bice. Mrs. Grace Morris, and daugh- ter Shirley, from [Ximont. N.J. returned to-their home after spending three weeks with her aunt, Mrs. Alma Newcomb. Richville The Progress Club will not meet at the home of Ella Mae Stiles on Aug. 19 due to illness in her family. The meeting will be held instead at the home of Mrs. Doris Jones. DeKalb Junction News By VIRGINIA FISCHER The Senior Citizens met Aug. 9 with 52 members and guest* attending the covered dish dinner at noon. New members were Mildred Preston, Frances Carroll, Ernest SwarUfigure, Ern*st GoodaJe, Dorothy Gocdale, Leva Williams, Emma Aldous and Ray Loop. Hoatcwi were Vitrginia Fischer and Kathryr v^i \ iUt £ *£ Brenda TienfiuTVraiices Meade and John Breaky The next meeting will be Aug. 23 and August birthdays will be honored. The hostess will be Bertha Baker. Mrs. Merrill Miller entered Hepburn Hospital, Ogdensburg, on Aug. 1 and underwent surgery on Aug. 7. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Theimi, East Long Meadow, Mass,, spent the July 30 weekend with their aunt, Mrs. Elsie Barker. Chris and Carrie Bryant were Aug. 5 overnight guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.. Howard Meade. Mr. and Mn. Marvin Cobb and family and her mother, Mrs. Laura St. John, Hermon, were Aug. 10 evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hitchcock at their Trout Lake camp in honor of Mrs. St. John's birthday. A family picnic was held Aug. 6 in Ogdensburg in honor of the birthday of Mary Lou Peters. Attending from here were her mother, Mr*. Bea Peters, her sister, Mrs Margaret Carvel, fand Hugh Alao attending were Mr. and Mrs. dark Carvel and Timmy, Mrs. James Ryan, Mary Ann and Tommy, Lee Carvel, John McDougal and Mr and Mrs. Joey Cougler all of Canton; Mr. and Mrs. John Peters and Tom, Watertown, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Peters, Jeff and Mike, Richville. The Joe Peters family recently moved to the Gimlet street road, Richville, from Canton. Mrs. Norbert Whiteford and Scotty were Aug. 4 afternoon guests of her slater, Mrs. Eugene Gilbert. Mrs. Walter Warden was an Aug. 4 guest of her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Green of the Cousintown road. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hand and Amy, Canton, moved on the Aug. 5 weekend to their home on Ridge street, purchased from Dr. Rutherford Delmage. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Thomson, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Inomson, and Idr. and Mrs. Everett Thomson and their families attended the fwiimi Thomson family reunion at Eil; Weir park on Aug. 6. About 150 attended. Next year's reunion will be held in Canada. Mrs. Frances Gilbert with her Afujgfttmr Mrs. Milton Durham and family of Russell, spent Aug. 1 to 4 camping at Lake George. The WSCS of the Old DeKalb Methodist Church will have a food sale Aug. 23 from 10 a.m. on, at the grange hall in DeKalb Junction. William Frisco was transferred Aug 4 from the Canton hospital to Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Newcombe, Connecticut were Aug. 6 evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gilbert. Michael Lynne will be Elementary art teacher at Hermon DeKalb Central for the coming year under the Board of Cooperative Educational Ser- vices (BOCES). He will teach three days at HDCS and two days at Morristown Central. The Old DeKalb Methodist Church is f^f^ng a birthday fg calendar. Hie area is being canvassed. If anyone is missed who would like birthdays or anniversaries on the calendar, all Dames are needed by Sept. 13. Any members will be able to assist, or you may contact Margaret Edwards, Mary Stowell or Dorothy Stacy. Guests last week of Mrs Frances Gilbert, were her grandson Ricky Morrow, DePeyster, and son, Donald Gilbert Star Lake. The Volunteer Firemen marched in the firemen* parade Aug. 8 at the St. Lawrence County Fair, placing fourth in com- petition with music. They were marching with Knox Memorial Central school band. Hermon DeKalb Central school band marched with Hermon fire department. The band had spent the day at the fair, participating in the mass playing in the mor- ning, and bind competition in the afternoon. lisa Morrow, DePeyster, was an overnight guest Aug. 6 of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gilbert. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Morrow, DePeyster, were Aug. 7 evening guests. The Community Center roast beef dinner Aug. 19 will start V 4:30 p.m. and will feature home- made rolls and pie. Carrie Jo Bryant was six years old on Aug. 7 and honored with a party Guests were Chris Bryant, Michelle Gilbert, Pat LaFoun- tain, Gary and Theresa Foster. Carrie Jo is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Jones. *. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Thornton, Joe and Kevin Jackson of Wanakena were Aug. 6 guests of Mrs. Margaret Edwards. Mrs. Walter Warden was an Aug. 7 guest of her mother, Mrs. McDermott, Ogdensburg. Rena Thurston, Barlow Nur- sing home, Maasma, spent Aug. 5 to 7 with her brother, Bernard Thomson and family. Mrs. Geraldine Lawrence, Canton, was an Aug. 7 evening guest of Mrs. Dorothy Hand. . Mrs. Harley Merithew and two children, Baldwinsville, spent the week of Aug. 7 with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Merithew. Harley Merithew arrived Aug. 11 for the weekend. A rummage sale sponsored by the Community and Neigh- borhood centers, will be Aug. 25 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and will continue all of the following week from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. William Porter, and Mike Crowner, Gouverneur were Aug. 8 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gilbert. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brotherton and Colin left Aug. 3 for their home in Cottage Hills 111. after two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garth Call us before you start digging, and you wont have to call us later. Last year, nearly 2,000 contrac- tors, farmers, well-drillers and others who excavate had to stop what they were doing and tell us they dug up our phone cables. And until our emergency crews could restore their service, our cus- tomers were not able to make phone calls. You can prevent this disruption of service by calling us before you start digging. A call to New York Telephone's repair service (it's listed in the front of the phone book) will quickly bring a telephone man out to mark the loca- tion of buried cable, if there is any, in your work area. New >brfc Telephone Aug. 7 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Thomson were his sister, Mrs. Betty Morse, Munn- sville, West Va , and her daughter, Mrs. Shirley Norman and two children, Pleasantvilfe, NJ. Mr and Mrs. Walt Elswick, California, were Aug 9 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gilbert Lena Smith, Arthur Mclntosh, Dorothy Hand and Flint Russell attended the Ogdensburg Senior Otixens dance on Aug S. At the pedro card party. benefit of Senior Citizens, on Aug » the ladies high went to Mary Hatch; second high, Mildred Pierce; men's high. Floyd Deoesna second high Leah Benware and door prize Anna Meheffy. Tbere were nine tables ID play The Ricnville Firemen • Field Day will be Aug 27 with s parade at 12 30 p.m . horsepull in the afternoon, chicken barbecue . dinner at noon and mobile midway rides OM Home day at the OkJ DeKalb Methodist Church is Aug 20 Special services will be held wits guest speaker Rev Bar- dette. and a covered disc dinner at noon Hermon DeKalb Central school win reopen for the fall term on Sept e New famibes in the area are asked to register their children prior to the opening of ftcbool Kindergarten through grade six may be regteered by «*»tfartirg Mrs Harriet Pro-roH- <eietnentary principal Grade* iswQD through L2 are through Robert Leroux, Kudsfgaitea already tc the area and r already regtatered sbouid also t* reckstered prior to tfa* opauog day of scteoi SUPER DISCOUNTS GOOD THRU SATURDAY, AUG. 19 CARTON OF 50 30< VALUE BOOK MATCHES 2/19° SAVE 70< Kodacolor CX -126 FILM 20 EXPOSURE 1.95 VALUE •J25 •*., 1.09 VALUE PEARL DROPS 13 OL CONTAG 77° 1.69 VALUE SAVE 72c LISTERINE us VALUE SAVE 55c 14 OL Vaseline Intensive Care BABY POWDER 1.29 VALUE 74° MUCH 12 01 SAVE 20c CHOCOLATE CHERRIES QUANTITY tjo - 5 P . a. mm.

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