WEDNESDAY. MAY II. 1927. i—\J: GOUVERNEUR FREE PRESS i m GRALYN * \I EDWARDS TEAM THEATRE WEDNESDAY, May 11— I6LAS THE MO ROAR OF 1927! SEE \Hold Ttiat Lion\ and laugh till you're cryin'! The laugh Ingest, side-split tfngeet film ever. Good clean fun—and plenty of it. Young and old alike will love It. Cosnedy , \IETTER MOVIES\ I I I I I I I • A REGULAR SCOUT I I I I i I DEFEATS FINE IN FAST GAME THURSDAY, May 12 (One Day Only) A GREAT SHOW TONIGHT, BOY FRED THOMPSON and the horse with personality ty, sAVER KING | with MABY CARR, T. ROY BARNES and ROBERT McKIM A fast moving western with the greatest of western stars, the cleverest of all horses and a livewire bunch of Boy Scouts. Splendid romance, thrills and suspense galore! BENEFIT OF THE BOY SCOUTS *• - \FATAL FOOTSTEPS\ CMUJJ SATURDAY, May 14 (Matinee and Night)— TOM MIX with TONY the wonder horse in NO MAN'S GOLD I I I I I I AWifiui ALEAJOI; and AXJCE JOYCE in « THE ACE OF CADS I I Another sparkling Menjou production to add to the world's gnjvty, with the star in an Ideal role in which he starts apparently as a villain and finishes as a gallant hero. I Abo - - - Lath way, Edwards Pitcher, Hit* Hone Rut in Extra Inning Which Give* Hi* Team Victory. Edwards, May 10.—The past week has given ua sunshine but thf wind is so cold that vegetation has not made much progress. Farmers are busy sowing grain and most gar- dens are being planted. Edwards now has an auto bus that t-omes from Gouverneur at 9:14 a. in. going to Pine, returning at 4:55 p. m. from Fine, going to Gouver- neur t After June 1st it is expected there will be two trips each way daily. j Mrs. O'Neil entertained the mem- bers of Mrs. Mary Stitts' Sunday School class Tuesday evening and ] Mrs. James Webb entertained the Al-! Merle pha class Wednesday afternoon. Miss Morehouse of Albany State League of women voters, Mrt». R. Ford and Mrs. Harris of Canton were in Edwards Thursday afternoon and : spoke in the community room at the j library. They spoke on the need of more interest on the part of women for better laws that especially affect women. Refreshments were served by the hospitality committee of the ; Library association. NATURAL DAM Natural Dant. May 10.--School meeting was held here Tuesday night. The following officers were ele-cted: Trustee, F. (I. Dior; col- lector, A. E. R1s!ey; clerk. Percy Mear. Much to the disappointment of all here it is reported that Miss Ruth Van Dusee will not teach here, the coming year. Miss Van Duzee has taught here for 5 years, this be- ing the first school she taught after graduating from the (Jouvernt-ur High school and has won the esteem of all the people, and was loved by- all her pupils. She will be greatly missed by all. as she never failed to give a helping hand to all church entertainments or anything she could help with. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tuttle of Gouverneur and Miss Masie Barker of Holyoke., Mass . were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pacjuett Mon- day. A business meeting of the Ladies' Aid was held at the home of Mrs. Will Smith Tuesday. Those who at- tended were: Mrs. Ella Smith. Mrs. From the novel by J. Allan Dunn, triumph of love—the glory ©t conquest SEE IT! Stirring adventure—the on the western Conedy \THE IRON NAG\ and GRALYN NEWS MONDAY, May 16 (One Night Only)— ABOLPKE MENJOU and AUCE JOYCE in COMEDY I and GRALYN NEWS I Thm Smnlor Clmmm of Qouvernour High School ''*****;.- Will Present .(I Green Stockings At the GRALYN THEATRE GOUVERNEUR Friday Eve'g, May 13 A Samuel French Production Which Ran 9ncceesfuflv for Six Month* on Broadway General Admission—50 Cents Reserved Seats—25 Cents Extra Ticket* Will Be Sold by Members of the Senior Class I The boys of the High school went to Fine Friday and played a friendly game of baseball with the Fine boys j and came home victorious with a ] score of 40-3. Saturday the boys from Hermon came here and Ed- ; wards again won with a score of 5 to .6. I On Wednesday morning Mrs, Eliia '• Mason and Oliver Hatelton received a telegram that their brother, John, • of Michigan had died suddenly. Mr. ; Hazelton left in the afternoon for Michigan. i Leslie Masters had his foot badly ' crushed last Tuesday while working j at the mines. David Adams has severed his con- ! nection at the St. Joseph Lead Mines I and moved his family back to Clay- ton. Miss Zella Stevens has a new Dodge sedan. ! Members of Earnscliff Rebekah | Lodge will go to Dekalb Junction j Friday evening and give a vaudeville ! entertainment for the benefit of De- , kalb lodge. i At a regular meeting of the grange Saturday evening four new members I releived the first and second degree. ; Miss Mae Whitford, the lecturer, will attend the grange conference at Can- ! ton Saturday. j The Clark garage on Factory street was opened Monday for business with Mr. Kilbourn as proprietor. Mr. Kil- i bourn has moved to the Lumley block. j Mrs. Emily Mills who has been , staying with her daughter. Mrs. J. i Beckstead, for a time, returned to her home in Watertown Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Casnova of ; Ilion announced the birth of a son ; May 7. Mrs. Shirley Clark and daughter of : Connecticut are gueets of her par- ; ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Lanphere. i Mrs. Vera Van Zandt Fuller of ; Rome was a guest of her parents : last week. i Mrs. Vera Fox and children of j Russell and Mrs. G. VanOmam of j Degrasse were business visitors in I town Saturday. i Max Edison is ill. His daughter, Miss Lena Edison, is home from i Syracuse to help care for him* | Will Brownlee is ill. I Fred Freeman came home from j i the hospital Thursday. He is much ) ! better but is weak and ill. ] Mrs. Leta Beach was in Ogdens- burg Friday to see her daughter,' Mrs. Gardner, who is ill In the hos- pital there. Frederick, the son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Aunger, a student of Syracuse university, is very ill in a hospital in Syracuse. Mr. Aunger Is in Syracuse to be near him. He is reported to be better but still critically ill. The committee has decided on May 20 a s Sales Day. Mr. and Mrs. Joe French enter- tained the friends of their daughter, Oneta Friday evenftig on her 15th birthday. After the refreshments they came to the hall ami had a roTTer skating party. Ogdensburg * Merchants Announce the Mghty Bargain Day KURSDAY, MAY 12 \ The ftest cooperative seKag event where the people of Northern New York win expefcee the hetfht ol food Bnyinf. Of dean merchants have made freat preparations for thk extraordinary Sale Day. serfetk buyer* have combed the btf markets and have secured the cooperatiejf Miry manufacturers m order to offer merchandise at prices onry posdbk at the unusual circunutances. The metidise presented mdndes eTery kmd found m Ofdensburf stores. Thjjy to T; thinfs4or the home; thiufs for nMfividual comfort and service. Utilities fences*, ,ch—\ and for every purpose, and that*, to be enjoyed by men, wome*d chiUren. The buyinf pdLufie and vicmsty are ianuhur with other Doiar Dayttt have pro-en so profitable. Now comes the opportunity to make every extra kr help buy your present and future needs, as such aviafs can onry come t%k the combated efforts and freat faculties of Of densburf mer- chants coo«4f on Dolar Day. J! NOTICE \ Pursuant to an Order of Hon. Cey- lon O. Chaney, Surrogate of the County of St Lawrence, and accord- ing to the Statute In such cases made and provided. Nottee It hereby given to all persona having claims against the estate of Mary A. Gardner, late |*of Gouverneur, in said county, de- ceased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, at his office In the Village of Gouverneur, tn said County, on or before the leth day of June next. Dated, December 4th, 1126. Barry C. Rogers, Executor. Arthur T. Johnson, Attorney. Gouverneur, N. T. 44w3f Radlgan, Mrs. A. E. Risley, Mrs. Sylvester Seeber. Mrs. Delbert Foy, and Mrs. James McPherson. The Ladles' Aid will hold a cooked food sale Saturday, May 14. at Sev- erance Brothers store. Gouverneur. We solicit your patronage. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Radigan and daughters Lena and Ueen were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mason of Antwerp last week. I Mrs. A. E. Risley and Fred S. Hilts I attended the funeral of Stephen Van jNamee at Hailesboro Thursday. Delbert Foy was a business caler in Watertown Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Paquett and Mrs. B. F. Stillman called on Mrs. Will Mayhew who is seriously ill at her home at Gouverneur Monday. Mrs. Jason Smith entertained her mother, Mrs. Lavar of Gouverneur Wednesday. Peter Susie has moved his family into the house owned by Hiram | Petrie. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Seeber are 'spending a few days at Watertown with their daughters, Mrs. Gordon Jones, Mrs. Fred Snyder and Miss Laura Seeber. The children and their families of Mrs. Wesley Card gathered at her home Sunday and celebrated Moth- er's day with her. Covers were laid for 20. After dinner they all en- joyed a trip Oround where their, childhood was spent. The only re- gret to mar a perfect day was that her youngest daughter, Mrs. Fred Ring of Pittsburgh was not present. Those who attended were Mrs. Carl Greenley of Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Farmer and daughter Doris, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Vert and daughters Cecil and Viola of Pyrites, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Foy and children, Cath- erine and Weldon and James Allen. Mrs. Delbert Greenley of Adams and Stanley Farmer of Pyrites were also guests. Mrs. Robert Corbine and son Kenneth were callers at Harrisville Wednesday. Mrs. George White of North Gouv- erneur catted on friends here Thurs- day. Maurice Bean took a road test at Gouverneur Friday. Delbert Foy has purchased a Ford 1 touring car from E. C. Curtis of Gouverneur. Miss Sylvia Paquette and Lyla McPherson have been ill with tonsil- itis for the past week. Mr. Joseph Curtis of Gouverneur and Miss Clara Hockey %^Gouver- neur were gufests of MisB^fVethe j Shaw Sunday. ^. j Franklin Getman of Carthage was! the guest of his brother. George, and other friends here Sunday. Mrs. Jack Empson has an infection in her hand caused from picking out a sliver which she go: in the palm of her hand. Mrs. Tom Radigan was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Hattie Cobey of Gouverneur for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Paquett and children, Sherman. Sylvia and Stan- ley spent Sunday the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Premo of Johns- town road, Gouverneur. Mr. and Mrs. H. Bower entertained Mr. and -Mrs. William Lashbrook and family of Spragueville Thursday. Superintendent William Lamont spent Sunday with his family at Carthage. Mrs. Lamont and daugh- ter accompanied him back here Mon- day. Napoleon Paquett of Oswego was the gueBt of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Paquett last week. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Beaman spent a few days in Hudson, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. David Premo spent Sunday with felatlvSsTaTTlichvme. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pernlce and sons, Wilson ana TBlN), spent Sun- day with Mr. Pernice's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herm Pernlce of Gouver- neur. . _ ifoncsi Pursuant to an order of Hon. Gey- Ion G. Chaney, Surrogate of the County of St Lawrence, and accord- ing to the Statute in such cases made and provided, Notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against the estate of Alice M. Whitney, lata of Gouvarneur In said county, de- ceased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, at the Office of Nathan W. Whitney In the Village of Gouverneur, in said Coun-j ty. on or before the tlst day of August next Dated, February ltth, 1117. LUllan 8. hfstXsnnle. . Nathan W. Whitney. Executors. C Artaur Parker. Attorney. GoirwMir, N. T. Iwll wonom Pursuant to an Oroer of Bon. Cey- lon G. Chaney. 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