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The Gouverneur tribune-press. (Gouverneur, N.Y.) 1959-1973, December 13, 1972, Image 19

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nmon and Cindy Le to attend, ton was taken to ipital, Star Lake, his, Hermon, son John Bogardus, jack to the Good ital, Watertown Planned Parenthood increases services Page ' 1 Sec. 2 —The Tribune-PTe**, Gourerneur, N. Y. December 1 3, 1972 Mrs. Susan Bryant has been hired by Planned Parenthood of St Lawrence County as Assistant Program Director in charge of information and education. Mrs. Bryant, whose husband is a Residence Counselor at the State Agricultural and Technical College in Canton, began work in October. Mrs Bryant received her Bachelor of Arts degree in secondary education from the State University College at Oswego in 1970, and her Master of Science degree in personnel and counseling from the State University at Albany in 1972. Her work experience includes one year as a Residence Hall Director at the State University College at Oneonta and one year as a counselor for Canton ATC's Economic Opportunity Program. While Planned Parenthood began as a family planning service, it has lately been serving the community in other ways as well. Mrs. Bryant's function is to develop sex education programs for groups throughout St. Lawrence County. This is being done through church and com- munity groups, on a number of subjects related to sex education. Programs are available for all age groups and interests In addition to Mrs Bryant's availability as a resource person, Planned Parenthood also has pamphlets and films available on such subjects as venereal disease, teenage pregnancy, sex education for teens, sex education in the home, family planning and contraception. Any group interested in a program of this type, free of charge, is urged to contact Mrs. Bryant at 386-2441. THERE WERE $82 voles cast, Wednesday, on the school bond btye Of these, 47» were marked yes.' Spragueville News William T. Robinson retires from St. Joe The retirement of William T. Robinson was announced by the Balmat - Edwards Division of St. Joe Minerals Corporation, ef- fective Dec. l. * Bill was born in the town of DePeyster on April 13, 1913. He attended and graduated from Billings elementary school in Gouverneur. At a later date, he enrolled at the Ogdensburg Free Academy where he studied specific vocational courses. During World War II, Bill worked for the Savage Arms Corporation located in Utica. He was employed as a machine op- erator for three years until his layoff in July 1941. The following month he joined the St. Joe Minerals Corporation where he remained for the next 28 years. Bill held four different jobs during his tenure with St. Joe. He started as a mucker; moved up to grazlyman for awhile; and then bid on the cage job which he held for well over two decades. He spent the last segment of his service with the Company as a Drill Steel Repairman. WILLIAM T. ROBINSON Bill and his wife, Anna Mae, have three daughters, and one son. Catherine and Eleanor are married while Cynthia the youngest is still at home. Their son, William, works for the Eastman Kodak Company in Rochester. Harrisville Mrs. Ruth LaCross, East Pitcairn was a supper guest Dec. 2 of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Casper LaCross. Mrs Casper LaCross attended the wedding reception, Nov. 26, for Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clark at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mclntosh. Mrs. Bilo Hooper called on her aunt, Mrs. Clara Valentine, and Mrs. Bertha Baker, Dec. 6. The Community Church Sunday School children are planning to present their Christmas program Sunday evening Dec. 17 at the church at Geer Comers. Richville Mr and Mrs. Alfred Brown and Russell of Richville, and Ethel Dimon were Friday evening visitors of Mr and Mrs. John Price, at which time they celebrated Mr. Price's 85th birth- day with cake and ice cream. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown and family of Richville, Mr. and Mrs. George Hurst, Gouverneur, were Saturday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Price. By LORETTA SAWYER Mr. and Mrs. Edward Reed's new baby girl is named Carrie Jean and not Connie Jean as re- ported In last week's paper. Mr, and Mrs, Walter Cooper and sons Walter Jr. and Harry, of Vermont were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs* Bryon Kinney. Mr. and Mrs* Cecil Sawyer and family attended a birthday party lor their granddaughter Jennifer Sawyer, who celebrated her fifth birthday at a party Sunday Dec. 2. Other attending were Mr. and •Mrs. Phil Pernice and Sieve. 'Mr. and Mrs. Hoby Leeson and Chris, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Don- aldson and family, all of Gouver- neur. Jim Whittaker and children visited Mr. and Mrs. Howard Whittaker, Dec. 2 and 3, On Monday, Dec. 4, Howard Whittaker attended the arthritifl clinic at Upstate Medical Center at Syracuse, Howard and Gladys stayed overnight with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Campbell aa the roads were too bad to return home that nlghu On Friday, Dec. 8, Gladys Whittaker and two grandchildren Janet and Jeffery Whittaker went to Phoenix. N.Y. to see the Play \Annie Get Your Gun\ in which James Whittaker had the male lead. Mr. and Mrs. Bryon Kinney, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Kinney and girls and Mr. and Mrs. MOW, AT ROTUNDO CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH ^Plymouth Fury. Part of the beauty is the way it fights rust and corrosion. Our 1973 Plymouth Fury is butft to last beauti- , .tolly. Because under the sleek new construction for strength, and protection against rust and Outat Ride, for the fe**i CHRYSLER Cecil Sawyer and girls attended a bridal shower for Alta Kinney at the home of Frances Calton at Clare. Mr. and Mr a, Jim Fowler and children, Carthage, were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gillett Sunday night, Dec. 3. On Dec. 3, Mr. and Mrs* Bob Gagnon and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gagnon called on Mr. and Mrs. Edward Reed and family, Mr, and Mrs. Cecil Sawyer called on Mrs. Charles Hughto the morning of Dec* 6 at her home in Harrisville. , Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bishop Sr M spent Thanksgiving day with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bishop and son at Stanley, and remained there until Nov. 29, then drove to Nelliston, visited Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bishop and family and returned home Dec. 7. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sawyer celebrated their 29th wedding an- niversary Dec* 12. If you have news or chuch items please call me by Thurs- day afternoons—phone 287-1427. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Kinney and Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Kinney attended the wedding of Connie Whitford and Raymond Sharp- stene at Sc J ames Church and re- ception at VFW. Fowler Nov. 24 Mr. and Mrs. James Fuller and girls called on Mr. and Mrs. Smith Fuller, Hailesboro. Mrs. James Fuller and girls were visitors, one day last week, of Mrs. Vernon Fuller and family, Hailesboro. Mrs. Gary Smith, Jamie and Glenn, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hartle and children and Lyndon Cole, all of Harrisville, and Miss Susan . Simmons were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Cole and family. Nov. 24 Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Cole called on Pliny Fuller, at A. Barton Hepburn Hospital. He underwent surgery Nov. 21. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Atkinson ana children, Richville, were Nov. 23 dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Day. Later the Atkinsons called on his parents, Mr and Mrs. C. Atkinson. Harrisville. * Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Streeter spent Thanksgiving Day with Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Chambers and family, Massena. Mr and Mrs. Glenn Streeter attended the wedding of Miss Sandra Morse and Bernard Hynes. Nov. 23 at the Methodist Church. Gouverneur, and reception following in the basement of the church. South Edwards By MRS LESTER JAVALL Mrs Erwin Hall has been ill at her home for several days Monday evening guests of Mr and Mrs Kermit Jones were Mr and Mrs James Bndgeland. Harold Jones. Miss Roseann La Belie and Miss Lynn Pnt chard Mr and Mrs Harold Gotham Jr and children were Tuesday evening visitors of the Bndgeland s and the Kermit Jones families Bower Watson was a Sunday dinner guest of the Bndgelands. Mr Watson spent part of Saturday with his sister Mrs Alice Hosmer in Gouverneur Dary) and Michael Walton of Black River spent the weekend with Harold Jones The Coin Raisers 4-H met Wednesday evening at the home of Mary Austin They planned their Christmas party. to be held Dec 23 Mrs Charles T>phair and Tracy and Mrs George Han and -Karen spent Wednesday in Watertown Mrs Florence Sheoe a patient 'in Hepburn hospital reports she its feeling stronger and hopes *o be home soon Plymouth Richville ROTUNDO CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH 10OTE II SOUTH, SOMBMUf RD GOUVBMEUft, It Y. Mm*: 287-1300 Mrs Gi&er: Baiie> T.rri ar>d Sanc> were Sunday afternoon iguesis of her brother and his w-.fe Mr ar>d Mr? Rober; Hut tor. «' Dc*ane Road The> aito :ai*e<i to An-.r. Martin Dusharrr. of Texas SHOWN WITH EXAMPLES of students work with metal is John Watkins. teacher of the class, at the •Back to School' night last Wednesday. Estate planning meeting held estate ton the Can- In the majority of estates settled, people die without wills, according to John H. livings- ton. Surrogate Judge from Og- densburg. A strong believer in estate planning, Judge Livings- ton advocates that a husband and wife should list their assets and plan a meeting with an ac- countant and attorney to devel- op a legal plan. It is equally important for a wife to have a will. At teaat 17 per cent of the estate is subject to tax when it changes hands. Thousands of dollars could be saved for the estate if proper planning has been done. Judge Livingston explained the marital trust and advan- tages and disadvantages of jodmly owned properties. Ronald Jenne, Certified Pub- lic Accountant of Potsdam, ex- plained partnership versus cor- poration and tax considerations involved in both. He also ex- plored capital gain tax, gift and estate taxes. Mr. Jenne re- marked that gift tax in general Is 75 per cent of the State tax. When doing estate planning it is important to do it a* a hu§- band and wife team, according to Lynn McGill, Farm Family Insurance representative of Glenmont. The farm owner should be the one who says how his farm should transfer hands. Mr. McGill reviewed a filnwtrtp which portrayed the tragedy of a family which was forced to sell the deceased father's farm because proper estate planning was not done. Mr. McOiU and others of the Farm Family In- surance team are available to help any Farm Bureau mem- bers with estate planning. 'TREAT THE KIDDIES' WITH SANTO EVERY SATURDAY MORNING UNTIL 11:00 A.M. SANTA ARRIVES AT GRANTS SATURDAY AT 9 AM! SCRAMBLED EGGS DONUT PIPING HOT CHOCOLATE FREE SURPRISES OPEN SUNDAYS: 12 NOON TO 5 P.M FRIDAY NIGHT -MIDNIGHT EVERY HALF - HOUR SEE OUR SPECIAL SALE CIRCULAR SALE PRICES GOOD THRU SUNDAY SHOP NOW AND SAVE STORZ BOOtS: t TO %-m TM. rrvDArs u — 3 »•»• VAIUIS Porter Plena l v

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