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Page 8 Sec I —The Tribune-Preas, Gouverneur, N.Y. September 5. 197 3 DEA THS Antwerp Thornton clescendents meet in DeKalb Junction Johnstown Road News and falls no death and him are C. Steven Folsom Funeral services were held yesterday for C Steven Folsom, 76, at French Funeral Home, Edwards, Hev Paul Darnell, pastor of Edwards United Mt'thodist Church Burial was in Woodland Cemetery, Old Route 3. Mr Folsom. operator of a farm on Folsom Road, (own of Fine, was found dead about 7 15 p.m Saturday, pinned under his overturned tractor at the end of a wooded camp road, four miles from the Village of Fine Officials said he had ap parently bevn killed about 2 pm. Friday when fhe tractor went over backwards as he drove up a sandy hill, off Folsom Road He was pronounced dead at the scene by Dr. Alexander Dodds. Edwards. Sr Lawrence County Coroner _. Mr Folsom was found by his Son Clarence L) Folsom,\ Jr Fine Surviving are two sons, Clarence and Charles of theTown of Fine, a daughter. Mrs. Ed- ward Kilbourne of Star Lake; a sister Mrs Florence McCrea of Oneida; six grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren William H. Schofell . Funeral services for William H Schofell. 31, are being held today at 2 p.m. at Sprague Funeral Home. Rev Stanley E Brown, pastor of the United Methodist Church, officiating, assisted by Dr Richard Neil. Seventh Day Adventist Church member. Mr. Schofell, of Spragueville, died Saturday night at Mercy Hospital, Watertown. from in- juries suffered in a mine accident about 5:40 p.m. in the 2100 foot level of St. Joe Minerals Mine Shaft 4 at Balmaf. . Surviving are his wife, the former Marilyn June; a son. Stanley, at home; a daughter, Knsten. at home; his mother, Mrs Harold Schofell of SpraguevilJe; a sister, Mrs. John Clark of Gouverneur Schofell and a fellow worker had filJed an ore car with zinc ore. the last car that was to be hooked onto their small ore train. They parked the loose-loaded car on a side track, using a small stone to stop it from roiling back io the main line, police said. Schofell got off to change the switch and fhen rode the coupling on the end car of the train while it moved forward toward the switch to pick up the sidelined car, of- ficials said As the end of the tram passed the switch, ihe sidelined car broke loose from its stone brake and rolled, colliding with the end of the train, authorities reported. Schofell was crushed between the i wo cacs Investigating were State Police Sgt G A Matteo and Trooper R S Des Jardins of the Gouverneur .substation • The victim was taken by Gouverneur rescue squad to E J Noble Hospital and later was transferred to Mercy Hospital He died from massive internal injuries shortly after his arrival A coroner's verdict is pending from Dr Richard Lee of Watertown Double Wide Set up and on Display PLUS 60' 65 70' Wbtft Sennet u § pfOMct of tht Silt Tom Welling • i 8*1 HI Mobile Home SALES N Y 315-&4S-2498 <M*mt for Silt by tbt lob. tl 3 laof no Mm Mrs. Kathenne K. Wood The funeral for Kathenne K Wood 85. were held Saturday at the Sprague Funeral Home. Rev Stanley K. Brown, pastor, of- ficiating Burial was in Beach Plains Cemetery. West Pierrepont Mrs Wood, a former G«»uverneur and Russell resident died Friday morning in the Charlebois Nursing Home. Potsdam, where she had been a paMent four years Surviving is a son. Pierre, of Fabius Born in Brushton. March 14 1888. Mrs Wood attended schools in North Bangor and was married fo David WIUKI in 1911 The couple resided in Russell until the death nf Mr Wood m 1924 He had been employed in carpentry W. Brook Graves dies in Washington Funeral services for W Brook Graves, 74. of 2940 Newark Street. Washington DC and 14 Caroline Street, will be held tomorrow morning at 10 30 am at the Sprague Funeral Home, with Rev Donald K Dodds. pastor of Spragueville and Ant- werp Methodist Churches of- ficiating Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery Mr Graves, retired legislative reference researcher and former Gouverneur resident died Monday morning at his Washington home He had been in poor health Friends may call at the funeral home this afternoon from 3:30 to 5 and Wednesday evening Surviving are his widow, Mrs Hazel W Graves, a son, Wallace B Graves, Atlanta. Ga , and TWO grandchildren Born in Charlottesville. Va . May 4, 1899, a son of William C. and Lina Barbour Graves, he . attended schools in Hammenton, N.J. and Putman, Conn . and moved here in 1912, graduating from Gouverneur High School. He received a B A. degree from . Cornell University in 1921 and a master's degree and PhD from the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Graves moved to Washington in 1947 where he worked for the United States government in research ir*Mhe Library of Congress. He also was a professor of political science at Temple University and the University of Pennsylvania, taught at several colleges, in- cluding the University of Alaska, and was the author of several books and articles on political science He retired in 1969 He married Hazel Wallace of Gouverneur at the home of her parents, Aug 31. 1922 with Rev. Manuel Spencer officiating • Mr and Mrs. Graves had returned to their home on Caroline Street H> observe their 50i h wedding anniversary last summer. * Mr. Graves was a member of the -United Methodist Church, Gouverneur Lodge 217, F & AM; the Federal Professional Association, American Political .Science Association, American Society for Public Ad- ministration, American Association for State and Local History. American Historical Association and the Society for Personal Administration Mabel S. Leahy Mrs Mabel S Leahy. 83. of 346 East Main S r died Saturday night in the Edward John Noble Hospital t . Funeral services for Mrs Leahy were held yesterday morning a? Burr-Green Funeral Home, with Rev Norman Poupore. pastor of S f James Church officiating Burial was in Riverside Ceme'ery Survivors include a sister M.ss Marion Sheen nieces and nephews &->rn a* Gouvernf-ur March 1ft 189C a daughter of Daniel and Salma Lavack Sheer, she was gradua'ed ir f >rr, Gouverr.eur High S«'b«»oi ar.d *as employed as a telephone op**ra*or Sne and Mr Leahy were Wa T ert'»vfcr* resider/s for several years Af'er his dea'h in 1W4 shf- returned *o G*»uvf-rneur and had hv**d v*.i*h her Ms*-r Everybody Wins At Kloc ' SOMETHING EXTRA AT KlOCKIE S CASH DISCOUNT OR GOLD IOND STAMPS AT THE PUMP AND ON SERVICE # MAipUfTTI UCTtONlC TUN I-UP SBVrCJ • HBCUUS ntlS AMP ACCttSOtIB # HUB r»CK ur AND MLrvnr WITHIN WLLAGI * U44AUL UNTAL SfltWCf # N.Y. STATI INSraCTlON STATION KLOCKIFS MOBIL SERVICE f ^*# ^^^^ M\ 2S74U0 BY MKS. Wll 1 JAMS The Antwerp Philadelphia Kotary Club with iheit wives welcomed back rhe 22 students and Ineiuis trom <i three week lour o! France at a dinner on the lawn ol Mr and Mrs Hubert l^aisdell t»n Muiida> evening. Aug 27 \ The Hub serxes a chicken bartxvue topixni ott with a large cake decorated . with Hie American lla^ and fhe Fittel Tower Kach ot the students gave a report oi his experiences^ Uich were both interesting d amusing Many thanks given to the Hutar> Club lor their sponsorship ot the tour About 60 people were present at ihe barbecue Congratulations to David Liscornb and F\itncia Tanimer i»n their engagement Pa\ id is the son of Mr and Mrs Neil Liscomb »»i Antwerp and Patricia is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Ralph Tammer of Watertown An April wedding is planned Mr and Mrs W Leon Dickson of Orange City. Fla * were \Vednesda> visitors of his cousin J Walter Dtekson and tamily Visitors oi Mr and Mrs Buster Smith this past week were his mother. Mrs Claude Smith, Lons. S C and sister Mrs Vic Phillips and family Dillon. S C Miss Marjone Van Ktten held a cook-our at her home on Aug 25 lor the I'mted Youth Fellowship at which time election of officers for 73-74 were held New officers are President. Mike .LaMont; Vice President. Tracy Nor- thorup. Treasurer. Roberta Harcheil and Secretary. Klaine Buckley A surprise 25th wedding an- niversary party for Mr and Mrs Donald Pete was held at home of their son -m-law and daughter Mi and Mrs. Leo Benware on Aug. 28 : Visitors at rhe home of Sir and Mrs. Ralph Van Erten Aug 27 were Mr and Mrs. Gary Bulger and daughter of Gouverneur and Mrs Donald Murdock and Miss Loree Bretch of LaFargeville Students starting their second year at JCC are Julie Liscomb Paula Liscombe. Jill Liscomb. Tim Mills. Sara Payne and Karen Pickert, Donna Brown, Kevin Eager. Judy Watson and Mar- jorie Van Erten. TOPS no 513 held rhe weekly meeting at the Village Hall on Aug 28 with Mrs. Marjorie Van Eiten presiding Mrs Linda Doxrafer was Queen for fhe week A bake sale is planned for Sept. 15. Anyone interested in joining is invited to attend any weekly- meeting at 7 p.m. * . William O Liscomb. son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Liscomb. left Aug 24 for Canton to attend ATC. A guest of Mr and Mrs Charles Wright is his sister Miss Loretta Wright. New York City . Misses Beverly Coffin and Sue .Payne are attending' Oswego .S'ate College The Northern New York Association of Past Noble Grands will -hold rheir luncheon and meeting at Ihe Masonic H.»H Mack River, Monday. Sept 24 Luncheon wili^bo at 12 30 pm Reservations must be made b> Svpf 18 to Mrs Nellie M Boynton. 169 Howe Si Hlack Hiyer. N Y 13612 Phone 773 4413 Meeting will start at 2 p m All officers are to wear white Memorial service practive will I*' at 11 30 a m Utma Kirkby recording secretary, will be a l^uest Mi and Mrs Neil Liscomb and Mr and Mrs Hobart Haas liscomb who arrived there after spending three weeks in France Mis helle lioodison called on her daughter Mrs Ralph Van K'ten and latmh on Aug 30 A' this writing Mis T Mubctta William is gaining very slowly She is able to be up a very short hme Rossie H> M \R<;i KKITK DAVIDSON Norman Bigsb\. Pennelvilie is .spending a tew days with his grandparents. Mr and Mrs Robert I'hapman Wilbert Hyatt is a patient in the Mercy Hospital. Watertown. at this writing Mr and Mrs Charles Sweet. Whitehall, are spending two weeks with Mrs H\an Lula CJardner is spending this week in Clayton at the camp oi a nephew, on fhe St Lawrence Mr and Mrs Loren'/o Martin received word, recently of the birth i*i a son to Mr and Mrs Pavid Martin. San Pedro, Calif David is their son. Guests druing the week at the Martin home were Their daughter. Mrs Robert Wrisley and family. Ithaca; Mr and Mrs Yernon Welch, Castile, and Mr and Mrs Henry Phanner. Ohio. The Phanners were neighbors of *he Martins in Florida Thursday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Ri»btTt Walsh and 1'amily were Mr and Mrs. William Walsh and family. Cortland and William Davies, Black Lake Road On August 26 Mr. and Mrs Willis Beerwort. Clarenceville, Que. and Mr. and Mrs Robert Hunter and Brian, Theresa, called on Mrs. Bertha Hunter. Mr and Mrs Wilbur Fuller and Irene Swem, SpraguevilJe visited Mr and Kirs. Robert Walsh on August 28. Guests of Elwood Simons during the past week included Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Nelson, Hammond; Mr. and Mrs Ai Hutton, Rossie. Mr and Mrs. Donald Sayerson, Macomb. Mr and Mrs John Dodge. Massena. Miss Ruth Carter. Philadelphia;\ Mr and Mrs. .Vorman Townsend and family. Miss Cindy Town- send. Mr and Mrs Lee biddings and family and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hutteman, Sackets .Harbor. Mr.» and Mrs Arthur Haynes and boys. Dugway Hailesboro Happenings BY Jt/NE KELSEY Mr and Mrs Laurence Boclair received word from triei/ son Mike 'ha' he had been promoted to Lieutenant corporal Michael is stationed in Tennessee The first H<;me Bureau meeMng will he held at 'he home of Mrs Lucille Richardson on S-p». 6 at 7 30 P M Mr and Mrs Hershel Richardson Jr of Rochester recently spen* the w^ekf-nd with his parents They sp^-nt a few days in Canada rWore coming here While home all rhe Richardson's called on M,c J**an Richardsor, a f *nc- nom^ of her parent Mr and Mrs Howard Ciark )f P;v;a:rr Sara Ma ?r h^- J- ^yri&r.z a visited other relatives Lionel Boclair and family and Ernest fr>clair and family- Mrs June Kelsey and Jody. \Mrs Joan Duhaime and son Michael called on Mr and Mrs William Ellison on Saturday afternoon ,Mr and Mrs Durwo<>d Bates visaed Gary Ward in the Hep- burn Hospital in Ogdnesburg whfT*' he JS a patient on Sunday •Blame and Mary Shrpwsb*-rry visi T ed their Cncle and Aunt Mr <and M^s John W'KHJward jn W »<KJstock over the weekend M r and Mrs KHzo Shr«-wsb*Try K.mb^rly and S'f-prifr. stayed ov^r 'hf* w^ek^nd in Niagara Palls On Sunday -tt^y d rriC' farm ?npr** and M- S*»r ,\ hTtt sr> br< Tr, ar< Mnj m > i\ vis; :M- He v» N «<:' '» a* y. i* > i r a' t h\ \. > • * . da\s * , T h t, and Mrs } •!' and M- i iarriiiv '.: A Tr 'til' U^-f'k > f her A carr.p '•v \is/f*d r a i rt L'-na V<*T. *»n**r.' a t \~< ru'tf-riT' red * *r. r*-\ * M r.aH V Isdai^ and i M* ar.d V -d K.d*dai<- F *k .f A.i: r '.- a-.d V-* } **'.•<*. 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M ^ >ev a i'T p M •- T-rr ^;S*'- iTj'' >*-O -«. f; 24 'C il *- b^ ,•••*• a f t f f>w s*» K •- r! \ -• :.- ^ayr* K-n' f h'' u'^da v * t, * .»*r * j\. r - r**' jrr :^-r sp* »an*r/s A her > fa«v • X • vv Auie tnd ,erj '•rd Mr ^s* K-!1 r Td!Tjrr.\ B r^> fif M-v lav on i *-ar,<i H-S't /f r''** t v i«- ca.i ' j'i* Bw,r f • ' |c- a-.d •« : V-* y ^ r r< • - r - , ' * ! -rf • >. r^ K f ^, ^>r> V- Id-,r. en.r. fe ' .2f. M^ ri'-rr,*- jnsf a ar.d er .r. and M ^ d< a : *. ^' \ * V 'HT. i- in*\» a-d »-»?' N r*r> ^ . -a\ a\~ •r. v-r **• a* !> r - \-»»•»- r -a-. <•* .- • V !\ \^ \ ' -• A By Vtrgnua Fisher A family gattKrriiig ut alx>ut tM) with a pK UK dinner aiKi cookiuit vttLS held Aug. 2^ at OK home cif Mrs. Margaret tdwaixls. AtteiKl- weit* children and granite hi l- oi Margaret Hutehi»on Thornton Edwards and the late Anias Thornton: Mr. arid Mrs. David K. Thornton and tamily of Alexandria Bay; Mr. and Mrs. Kotx?rt Thornton and tamily of tdwdrds; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Thornton and twu boys of Wana- kena; Mr. and Mrs. Anias ^Sam) Thornton and three girls M LJf- Kalb Junction; Mrs. Robert (Thera) Brown and family and Ricky Poufue, Clayton; Mr. and Mrs. J.D. (Marjorie) Lett lane and family and Richard Obey, Fulton, and Mr. and Mrs. Rich- ard (Christine) Matliews, Mag- gie and Jim, Grindstone Island. Also children and grandchil- dren ol the late Edwin and Ktha Thornton Rogers: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rogers, Crystal and Joan Bennett, Harrisville; Mr. and Mrs. William (Lois) Burns and three children, Holly Rogers and Debbie Swem, Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. Richard (iva)Moyer and four children, Pamelia. Also attending were Howard Hutchison, Ogdensburg and Carl Gilmour, Rensseiaer Falls. Mrs. LeBlanc had spent the week with her mother. The LeBlanc family arrived on Friday for the week- end. Allen Jackson, Wanakena re- mained for the week with his grandmother while his parents were near Syracuse with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zomas. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stacy entertained with evening dinner Aug. 17 in honor of the 15th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Theron Stacy. Guests pres- ent were Mr. and Mrs. James Brown and Robert Stacy, Gouv- erneur. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bush and Mr. and Mrs. Theron Stacy and daughter Penny. Penny made the anniversary cake. Aug. 19 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Stacy were Mrs. Grace Rogers and son Harold, Brasher Falls and Lawrence Rogers, Vermont- ville. Robert Stacy, Gouverneur was Aug. 20 guest of his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stacy, in honor of his birthday. Other supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Theron Stacy and Pen- ny. Sherry Elliott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Elliott, was a par- ticipant representing Sc. Law- rence county at State Fair, Syr- acuse. The 4-H team was to dem- onstrate 4-H cluJb work Aug. 2 Q to 31 and was to stay at Camp Pyrke dormitory. A community dinner will be held Sept* 9 from noon to 3 p.in. m the grange hall with proceeds to be donated to the campaign to purchase tlie Silas Wright home for a County mu- seum. Evelyn Matthews, Rensseiaer Falls, has returned home after spetiding a week with her grand- mother, Mrs. Margaret Beebe. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bushnoe, Syracuse, were Aug. 24 visitors of their cousin, Mrs. Beebe. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mai tin, Glov- ersville, were Aug. 18 weekend guests oi her sister, Mrs. Beebe. On Saturday, they picked up Mrs. Beebe's grandchildren, Evelyn and Randy Matthews and had a picnic at Waddington, then visited Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bylow, Massena and Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Johnson, Ogdensburg. Aug. 22 visitors oi Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gilson were Mrs. Stanley Lawrence, Ovid; Mrs. Ha/ei Lawrence, Lisbon; The Rev. Reginald Hewitt and Max Henry, Morley; Mrs. Cheryl Rob- inson and Becky, Lisbon; Mrs. Rita Sanderson, Morley; Mrs. Morris Lafaver, Lisbon, and • Mrs. Donald LaBarge of Can- ton. Also, Mr. and Mrs. Chris WVUer, Hermon, Ferns Gilson, and Gary and Kim Gilson were guests to celebrate the birthday of Ralph Gilson with birthday cake. Anita Farr, Elmira, ar- rived Aug. 22, to spend a week with her grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Gilson and Mr. and Mrs, Clifford Farr. The United Methodist women of Old DeKalb Methodist church will have a turkey smorgasbord Sepu 15 with serving to start at 4:30 p.m. Aug. 2? guests guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Flight were her sister, Mrs. iimerson Way, Rochester, and niece, Mrs. Gary French, Lisbon. Aug. 2o callers were Mr. and Mrs. Silas Paro, Heuvelton. DeKalb Junction Grange 1120 will meet Sept. 13 and election of officers will be held. Mrs. Allan Bowenng was an Aug.. 2o dinner guest of Mrs. El- sie Barker and they attended the craft fair at Gouverneur. By MABKI BAILKV Mis l^rry Morse and family of Piilsfield, Mass were Au^ 24 overnight guests of Mr and Mrs Konald Ayen of ()xt>ow Miss Darlene Lyiuie of Auburn was an Au^ 24 weekend guest of Mi and Mrs Philip Lynde Si- Mr and Mrs David Stamper and family, Harrisville, Mr and Mrs. Pal O'Kiley and family and Mis Nurma Pat ton and Billy of Seofch Settlement Hoad were Aug 24 visitors of Mr and Mrs Murray Yerdon. Mrs Blytha Jeffers had charge of the Quilting Dept at the Craft Kair on Aug 25 and 26 Her Fair helpers were Mrs. Mary Me Adam. Mrs Adeline Williamson and Mrs Ellen Shaw She reported the booth had a very good reception Mr and Mrs Murray Yerdon and Mrs Cora Lee Orrs visited I-ake Champion and Ausable Chasm on Aug 25 and Aug 2ti They visited North Pole. 1000 Animals Farm and High Falls Gorge Mr and Mrs George Shaw and Fred, Mrs Donna Halpm, John and Karen of Oxbow and Mrs Blytha Jeffers enjoyed a family dinner in honor of Mrs Jeffers birthday on Aug 25 at the Roma restaurant. Jenny Lynn Kirker spent from Aug 25 to 29 with Janet Watson of Philadelphia Johnstown's Happy Hustlers 4- H Club held a picnic on Aug 25 at Crystal Lake Lloyd O'Dell of Watertown was an Aug 26 dinner guest of Kdna. Ellen and Raymond Stevenson ' Jeannette and Dons Chisholm, Mrs Alfhea Ridsdale and (leorge enjoyed a picnic at Jacques Cnrner Park <»n Aug 26 Mr. and Mrs Garnet Weaver and son »>f Rich ville were Aug 26 visitors of Mr. and Mrs Lee Dewans Mrs Myrtle Lynde of Guuverneur, Mrs. Larry Morse and family of Pittsfield. Mass ;uid Darlene Lynde »>f Auburn were Au^i 26 dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Philip Lvnde Sr. Mr and Mis John Deneshu of Ku-hville Komi and Mi and Mrs Harold Denesha Jr enjoyed a supper in honor ol John's bir thda> at the Idmui restaurant on Aug ' 2(> Mr and Mrs Willis Ben worth ot Clarenceville Que , Mr and Mrs Wayne Brown <»f Malone and Mr and Mrs Ted Brown of Hermon were Aug 2<i supper guests of -Ellen. Edna iind Kaymond Stevenson Mrs Myrtle Lynde of (iouverneur. Mrs Diane Morse and tamilv of Pittsfield. Mass and Mrs Noreen I.ynde were Aug 27 supper guests of Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Morse ol Kock Island Road Mrs Diane Morse and children of Pittsfield. Mass. Dale and Amy Lynde of Cireat Bend. Mrs Noreen Lynde and Dean spent Aug 28 with Mr and Mrs Kavmond lsereau at their camp at Pleasant Lake Mr and Mrs (Jeorge Ludwid and tamilv oi Newark spent trom Aug 29 to 31 at then camp near Oxhow Mrs Garnet Weaver and son. Mrs David. Bigelow and daughter spent Aug '2$ with Mrs Investment workshop A tree Investment Workshop Un< been scheduled bv Canton All's Oriice <»{ Continuing Education on September 14 at the First Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall in Canton Instruction by representatives of rhe Spencer Trask Company in Watertown will include lour major areas: Your Investment Objectives. Basic Methods of Investing, Investing tor Income and Investing tor Growth Classes run from 9:30-11.30 a.m. followed by a luncheon break The afternoon session will run irom 1:30 fo 3.30 p.m. Coffee will be served at noon Bag lunches are suggested. The public is invited. Steve Jarose of Gouvernear. Mrs CitH>rge Shaw, Mrs Donna Halpin and family of Oxbow and Mrs H«»ger Aiken and family were Au^ 29 supper guests of Mrs. Blytha Jrfters Mr arid Mrs t-eoi^e Ludwid, Mr and Mrs Thomas Wood and Michelle of Oxt>ow and Theresa Hoad. Joey and lAiiette LaMar ot Gouverneur were Au^ 30 callers of Jeanette and Doris Chisholm. Mrs. Blytha Jeffers was an Au^ 30 supper guest of Mr. and Mrs Roger Aiken at their camp at Black Lake Mrs .Bert Couglar of Gouverneur and Mrs Pa! O'Riley and family «>t Scotch Settlement Road were Au^ M) visitors ot Mrs Jane Yerdon and Mrs Cora Lee Orrs Mr and Mrs Harold IVnesha Jr held a birthdas supper in honor of their daughter Laurie** loih birthday on Aug 30 Mrs. Rose Tnpp or Richvillc and Mrs [)oris Oea'iS v\« ;*•• Au;. 1 31 callers <»i Mrs. Blv'ha Jitters Mr. and Mrs iKi\ :d S'aniper. Mrs N»rrna Pa:ton ur* !M1> of Scotch St'tflenicni K«»ad Mr mid Mrs. Robert Brown and Hiarlene and Darlene of Rich\ille were AUK 31 visitors of Mrs Jane Yerdon and Mrs Cora Lee Orrs Charlene and Darlene spent the day with Mrs Yerdon while their parents attended the S\racuse State Fair. -* 1 fc >-< y - ^ j \•' Z <t. .\ See Them Today WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5TH The All New Cars AMERICAN MOTORS Come look them over. They re here waiting for you. Better And brighter than ever. . . \ Marvels of Modern design with all the newest Safety And economy features. DROP BY OUR AND FREE REFRESHMENTS ENJOY m COME UN AND SEE THE 74'S. 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