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tmrnKmum^^^'-y-' PAGE EIGHT inorninx services v> In the Dunham M» church Rev \V. his text from Jere fathers hav< the children' OALSTRAN CAR FIGURES IN A BAD ACCIDENT Mr*. Charles Knapp U Severely In- jured in Accident with Rolls-Royce. Heuvelton, June 21. -— Sunday >re held as usual thodist Episcopal F Clark takins muh 3 1-l*y. \The paten sorxr grapes and _. . . teeth are set on ed^e \ A Father's Day sermon Mr. Clark said he thought it wa.- time that the fathers came into their own That jt was highly proper that they tsbould receive recognition This is. the fifth time that Father's Day has, been observed nationally. He *aid that fathers sometimes thought that ( boys were worse than when he was; a i)oy, but that they seem to forget some of th>'ir own dom*. This he said in substance. There was a goodly number of fathers present, who deemed to appreciate the talk, and really felt that they had receiv-, ed seme attention, and it will doubt-i les.s ha\e its effect in making the) family more fully appreciate what their father is to them and the home, j * At 7:30 in the evening Sunday Rev. Clark addressed the class, the. Baccalaureate service. Taking for] his theme: Paying Our Debts.' He; said \We extend a most cordial wel- come to the class of 1H27, and also) to all students of the Heuvelton j High school who unite with us to- night in this service. Heartiest COD- pratulations to the class of 191'T.j All Heuvelton is proud of you in the! honor that is being conferred upon you and rejoices with you in your j graduation You are standing at one j of life's earning points. Henceforth I you will no more be boys and girls, but men and women with all respon- sibilities that go with manhood and J womanhood resting upon you. To j many of you it will mean the break-j ing of home ties as you go to college or enter upon a life career. You can-i not know the heart ache and loneli-j Bees that there will be in the old • home, when you go out of it and it is well that you will not. This will be gladly borne if only your life is a success \and there can be no higher) success than faithfully and intelli-i gently serviug God by serving your fellowrneu. The world does not owe | you a living. You are indebted to! the world and to all who have lived J ibefore you. Your greatness will be ; determined by how well you dis-; charge that debt in the face of ob-' .Btacles and difficulties. j The Commencement exercises of! the Senior class of l^T of the Heuv- elton High srhool will be held in Ferris Hall Monday night, June 2\.: beginning at >:1.\>. The invitations 1 are very neatly gotten out. sent to! relatives, friends, and acquaintances. , Class colors—Purple and Lavender; i Class Motto—\Build for Character.; Not for Fame.\ There are 15 grad- uates thus year which is considered j a splendid showing for teachers and | students. Names of the graduates jare as follows: Alah Rabey, Estella ) Armstrong. Adah Young. Carmen ! Sinithers, Margaret Kelly, Doris Per-' ry, Mae Steele. Bethany Steele, Har- '• riet Judson. Lenore Beers, Ruth.' Snyder. Harriet Snyder, Oscar Mar-j tin. Merton Kinney, Arthur Kelly. Salutatory. Arthur* Kelly; Yaledic-' tory. Margaret Kelly. Essays: \Wo-I men as Musicians\ Adah Young:) \Art Appreciation,\ Alah Rabey; i \Choosing a Vocation,\ Margaret; Kelly; \Athletics Merton Kinney; ', \Traditions of the St. Lawrence,\) t>oris Perry. The Ladies' Aid society of thej Methodist church will serve ice cream, and straw-berries on the church lawn. A gen- GOUVERNEUR FREE PRESS ,1 J* l!,L , ..'! • !•'•'•• \ =!•— ! WEDNESDAY. JUNE 22. 1927. home on Lisbon street, that they recently purchased, the Ed Tann pia.c«. J. E. Mayne on the Brooklyn side is having a nice new Bungalow ver- anda put on his house. Thomas Fos- ter who has been spending the win- ter in Florida is doing the work. (J.-orge (ioodison woh suffered a stroke some weeks ago is able to be out on the streets again, and is mak- ing a very good recovery. ; The dauce held last Saturday night under the auspices of the Odd Fel- l lows in their temple was well at- tended. About $100 is reported re- ceipts. The Northern Dansonians of OKdensburg furnished the music. Re-j bekahs .served supper, over 100 ' couple attending. f (letie (Jray is putting u new ver- anda on his hotel, the \Van Heuvel.\ , It will add much to the appearance. Mrs. Winona Allen in company with Mrs McKay and Mrs. Maloney of Rensselaer Falls motored to \V\a- ] tertovvn last Saturday. The day was fine and the trip was very enjoyable. Mr. and Mrs. J F. Woodside went to Ogdensburg Friday to consult Dr Cooper about Mrs. Woodside's con- dition. Mrs. Woodside is not as well as she has been but it is hoped she will regain at least a portion of Iwr . health, during the summer. Mrs Arthur Roulston had a stroke last Thursday morning. Dr. Graham ! was called. He pronounced it a ! slight stroke. It affected her speech,! but at last accounts she seemed to ' be improving. Her friends hope it j will not be any more serious. She 1 had been in her usual health, feel-j ing well with out any symptoms of illness. The Riverside Garage where Gus, Leclair is proprietor is doing a good business. Mr. LeClair has been | obliged to employ more help, and : has been very fortunate in acquiring the services of Carroll Parks of De- . peyster who is a machnician of ex-,' perience. He has also Mr. Harold Carter of Norwood who has been with him for some time. He is also; one of the best of workmen. Mr. i LeClair assures us should trade in-; crease he will be obliged to secure more help. Well, success succeeds. [ The Heuvelton Grange put on j third and fourth degree work at their' meeting last Saturday night in their hall Lisbon Grange attended. The degree work was very nicely done so J pronounced. There was also an en-! tertainment. consisting of short ! talks, tableaux, music, etc.. and a > general good time was enjoved by. all. | Miss Louise Wilson who has been ill for many months is making re- covery, yet unable to do any work, taking short walks every day. She expects her sister. Miss Etta Wilson. 1 home in about two weeks for the summer, when her school will be out. : Mrs. S. R. McBratney has been ill with a severe cold, but is getting slowly back to normalcy she thinks. A number of people here are having \Grippy\ colds. ' Mrs. Thomas Rabey who has been ' caring for a Mrs. Thompson at Sar- anac has returned to her home here. Herbert Rounds spent Sunday at Red Mills, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Harper. ! The truck that brings the Syra- cuse Sunday papers here broke down on the journey, not arriving here' until a little after six Sunday night. Wednesday, June 15. W. L. Mil- lard and A. W. Dixon left on a busi- ness trip through the eastern part of the state, intending to be gone about ten days. { Mrs. Beniah Morrison gave a din- ner party at her home near Rens-, selaer Falls Thursday, June 16, at which Mrs'. Winona Allen was a! guest. Mrs. C. S visiting her McGregor. Mr. and Mrs. J Blood is at Ellenburg daughter. Mrs. Bruce D. Fla k and son Saturday evening, June 25. erous patronage is solicited Dates for the Heuvelton Chautau- qua are July 6, 7, and >. This is a strictly community project with prof- it for no one in our community only such intellectual and social and spir- itual profit as conies from entertain- ment and lectures. It is underwrit- ten by 25 men in our village and surrounding community who assume all the financial risk. The program Is of the highest order and will pro- vide not only high class entertain- ment but real instruction and inspir- ation Buy a season ticket and boost for some thing good. Quite a serious accident occurred Tuesday afternoon about 5 on the Flackville road about one mile out of Heuvelton. when a car driven by- Oscar I>al*tran was hit by a car go- ir.iT a: a rapid rate. Mr Dalstran was taking Mrs. Charles Knapp who had be-n visirrng her mother. Mrs. S.zeland. jo h-r home in Heuvelton. Just as he dorve out of the yard he sa* this > ar coming from Heuvelton but not in t.me to avoid the accident. The large Rolls-Royce hi; • the car driven by Dalstran broadside, or mid-ship. Mrs. Knapp was cat on the face by the flying glass but it didn't seem serious enough for her to be tak^n to the hospital, but Dal- ptran was taken there by Eugene - Gray where he is said :o be ge::;ne aior.e a? well as could be looked for Dr Graham was called and attended .both Mrs. Kr.app and Daistran at the scene of the accident Mrs. Knapp is still at her mo;ber's and in bed. Her head was injured, being ut. and at last accounts sb*- was unable to sit up, or even lift her head from the pillow Mrs Knapp assiets in the post office sorr.e of the time It was thrmrh: at the time that she wa* only sl:ehtly injured, but the shock *i- s-vere and it will doubtless take *oir.<- time to recover Daistran was employed as a section hand on the New \York Central ra..road and tx.arded at a farm a star distance out of :t~ vil.ag- Both machines w~r* darxarei bw tb- Roiis-Royce af*-r some m;nor r fc ;-a:r- was able to gj jt it? way to Can ten. .ts destina- tion :<>k:r.e ~~ n.e lad.*-* r -u* \o O^rr. - rr.ee re:.•-:.: a- the Cr.v-r-.ty The Roiis-R'-y\ 1 was a G .in:.:son ;ar from fircrfk'.v-. -o^taic:r.g *wo \. ai.es and tfc^.r -tauff^r Frank Bre'k- tenr.dg- »!\3 '.•*.-.s th- Bioz-k'.yz-?. -- jrarag*- wa.- . aliei. and he arr.e w.:h fc:? Wr* fc-r ase -oik the Gur.r.i- *s,r. •'*: • ':.:» za.ria.z-- wi-re .; w&? put iz. v-ry z^'-i ''ond':.on I' I- - thcagi: •*• b- quite w.-.-ierfu: that no onr »a*> rrore ser.o is'.y .n;ur-i. a* the ;n:;a-- was qtr.'k »LJ stror.g a-« the Is'^er :a-r *»« going at a rapid r*te Th- Y-r~i car ;« a • to'al wr^-k ac r*;--.rted The chaufT^^r of the Roiis-Roy'e car di-i a'/, he <e:>ii£ aft#r -se &-cid*nt to as ? :s- it\ «-e who w^re ir.; -red We BCder- *ik.z.* th* -ars w*re :n«t:r«-d. Mr IDa'straa board? *t Mr> Knap; « mothers. Mr*. So*ac: Dr Graham »hc r*z'*l the N H Bulll* hoa«« in S;.ate »tr*--\ tzi.i^e there wa# no p'.&e for ar. o-.;e ca^e np the bou*e tzd rer-ni the Ti:>\>'.*• oppar floor n th* AJe^k Bar*on l^a#e on L:«.bon »tre*t The doctor \i* an of.-* on the first *yc,r *c •o*' they are p;**•»*:Iy %i\u%'je-i w.tt all »o4«ra coE^*ate-n-** The FAT- .4m* are *ti\ : : .r\ng is tie Bniin • ifl^MO while making repair* is their who have been spending the winter in St. Petersburg. Florida, returned! to their home here last Tuesday. | Dr. Stearnsope rated on one of ( Mrs. Mary Breckenridge's eyes at the ', Hepburn hospital recently. j Mrs. B. F. Breckehridge who has! been ill for some months seems to be making some improvement of late. | and it is hoped by her many friends J that it will continue until she has fully recovered. H. Gil- 2 p. m. will be SPRAGUEVILLE Spragneville. June 21 —About 25 attended the Children s Day program J at Somerville Methodist Episcopal ; church Sunday evening. A fine pro-j gram was rendered. Both program J and decorations showed much time; spent by the committee. ! Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hodge and daughter, Audrey, spent Sunday in Syracuse. Mr. and Mrs. Alden Hunter and son. Floyd, of Hammond, visited Mr Hunter's sister. Mrs. Carrie Ames. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Sligh and son of Schenectadv are guests of Mr. and Mr? W. J. Payne. J Miss Ruth Ames is a guest of Mr. i and Mrs. Fred Call at York. j A meeting of the Home Bureau ' will be held with Mrs R. christ next week Tuesday at It is expected Miss Milhan present. Mr J. C. Pickert and -on, Robert and Mr Walter Angus of Taconic. Conn., spent the w^ek-end at Mr Charles Simon* . They returned Mon-, day. taking Mrs. Guy Turnbull. a, sister, with them for a visit Miss ' Hope Levya also accompanied them : and wii: spend the summer at Ta-1 conic. • Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Terlan and daughter are guests of friends in town Mr Terlan will teach at Mid- dlesex. N Y . the coming year Guests at Charles Pimong' on Sac- day were. Mr and Mrs Frank Pick-; ert and daughters of Philadelphia. ' N Y. Mrs Etta Pickert and daugh- ter Caroline of Gouverneur and Miss' Elinor Donovan and Mr Arthur Seaker. also of Gouverneur Mis.? Florence Johnson is home from New Raven. Conn 'or a two wec-k? rara'ion Sb* has as h°r rues- Mis? Mabei H**sei;nk Mrs Crook w..: ho'.i he- annual r*-'ita; in the Hall on Tuesday eve- r.:cr June 2<th. M;sj Elizabeth Pi<\kert wa? a guest of h<-r son in Philadelphia. N Y on Sunday Plan* are we'.Punder way for Old Home Day to be held Thursday. June 23 Ali come and enjoy the day. Maay from here'attended the fun- eral of Mr Ar'hur Backus at Ant- werp or. Sunday t Mr F-*d Aek»r of Copenhagen. • N Y . wa? a guest at Eugene Ma<k s over Sunday. ! A large number attended the »ch>ji picnic a; Sy'.via Lake on Fri- 1 day and report a very enjoyable day Mias Joy-e Levya rs one of the graduate* of :h<» Antwerp Training rla*? M.s* Le^-ya w;;; teach at Sorn- err-;'.'* \h- -'rr. :nr yea- j FTRE AT DAVIS KEXinKSCT. ' F.r^ hr-.ke -z: V:'r; the :^'. :f *h- res.-Jer::* of Rcscoe C. D»vU . is We*: Main street at 1*36 Snciay m:'ra.:ng Tae viiit^r^ fire department | vu summoned and qcickly extio-' gristed the b.ate w-.*a th» oae of chemicals There wa« little riaiage Cooking Expert WU1 Direct Gouverneur^s First COOKING SCHOOL MISS HOLY CHOOSES AND USES THE McDOUGAL KITCHEN CABINET For Its Superiorities For farther information inquire of SEVERANCE BROS. Home Made QUALITY ICECREAM enjoyed by Miss Holy while in Gouverneur at the CRYSTAL PALACE The Leading Confectionery Store ESTABLISHED 1911 Miss Holy in her Cooking Classes uses Premier Coffee ALLEN & RITCHIE PARK STREET Miu Holy Uses the Kamargo Sno-White Kitchen Table with the guaranteed top Sold in GonTeraeor exchunveiy by A. KATZMAN & SON St Lawrence County's Largest Furniture Store Clinton St Gouverneur o o For Musical Preference Miat Holy Endorses the New Automatic Orthophonic VICTR0LA The Marvel of the Age MUSICAL PROGRAM 2 to 2:30 P.M. at the COOKING SCHOOL TATT MUSIC STORE S. G0YETTE fiaBBaaBBHBSKBBHBHBnB MISS HOLY Inspects and APPROVES Kroehler's FURNITURE NOW ON PCPMT .. MISS KATHEMNE HOLY, who will conduct the {School, as sho ap- pears when at work In the kitchen n EMEMBER that this Cooking School is absolutely free. You are ,.\ all going to receive a most interesting and truly valuable course of lectures on food by one of the country's most capable and well known economic experts. Just as instructive and interesting to the woman who has kept house for years as to the new housewife. Not an ordinary demonstration but a real Cooking School as recently conducted in Watertown and other nearby cities and towns. You will be interested to hear Miss Holy whether you are cook- ing by electricity, coal, oil, or wood. ' *\ ' Through the courtesy of the Taitt Music Store a MUSICAL PROGRAM will be given from 2:00 to 2:30 This program will feature the new Orthophonic Victrola, the musical marvel of the age. Gouverneur Merchants Sponsoring This Cooking School are: ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY UTILITIES, INC. Electric Stoves. Washers, Refrigerators and Supplies The Hnest Aluminum Mw4 : l] MIRRO The Finest Aluminum SELECTED BY MISS HOLY for SUPERIOR QUALITY and COOKING RESULTS dorinf the cooking school Sold by C. P. COLLINS HARDWARE Miss Holy Chooses KAMPKOOK STOVES When on Camping Trips Ask for Demonstration BUCK'S PLACE SPORTING GOODS Miss Holy Uses C. P. COLLINS Mirro Aluminum simas FURNITURE STORE J. E. McALLASTE* * SON Seal of Dakota Flour A. KATZMAN & SON Kamargo Sno-White Kitchen Table ROY ENOS Aunt Abulia's Salad Dressing \SEVERANCE BROS. McDoufal Kitchen Cabinet ALLEN & RITCHIE Premier Coffee GUY DEANS Kamp Kook Stove K SAIDEL Kroehler's Furniture CRYSTAL PALACE Home Made Quality Ice Cr TAIT MUSK STORE Automatic Ortbopboaic Vktrob Special Door Prize REMEMBER THE DATE JUNE 28th ' GRALlfN THEATRE LECTURE STARTS AT 2:3t P. M.* of Dakota FLOUR R«tuM t»i WlMhnM J. L McALLASTER & SON GOUVEKNElflt - SPIAGUEVU.U k Aunt Alrrrira's SALAD DRESSING Used by muR*ij u tfc« , hoU by HOY ENOS #0 FORTY-SLXTH YEAR I Gossip About To Why hasn't Gouverneur course? Golf, once ridicttje pastime for so-called high-brc rich men, has become a good lean game requiring both p< ance and Btamina. Its ben the player are manifold and cinations great. Only a golf or one who has tried the ga testify as to the effect the g« on the human being. Here is GouTerneur, a vil 6,000 parsons, without a golf In time past it has support* and, in faot, it once prided i being the only town of its sis Lawrence county having one. situated Just west of the Gouv Hailesboro highway, probably mile from the village, and ea ceasible. It had to be easilj aible at that time as there w or few, motor cars in use. 1 course can be situated an within a radius of 15 or s< from a town and stiH be ao by motor cars. Tliero are scores of location this vicinity which would 1 adapted to this use. The cosi not be excessive and it te U with someone to start such s ment one could be produc Gourerneur. Several nearb3 •would afford suitable surrc land, although proximity to no longer is considered neces The fascinations of golf a mendous. Why the game ev dubbed one for the \tired b man\ never will be understoc principal exercise which it fui of course, is that of walking golf germ, once made activ< trial at the game, develops and so far as scientists' hav able to determine, never dies germ is contagious in the e and contamination of an entii munity is not unusual. Besi ercise from walking, the gan great stimulant to the bac arms. Then, above all, it ke< player in the open air and < him to the much needed s' and weather. Another much needed thing community is a swimming pool children may bathe on hot s days without the peril* which bathing in rivers, active streai creeks. The old gravel pits a swimming and bathing places coming generations have lorn condemned as hazardous, health conditions in these pla< v poor and parents are not pr give their permission to childr* want to nse them. A swlmmir 4s not a luxury, it te a ne • which nearly every communii ognizes. Just as long as the fails to furnish such a place tl ard of drowning and risk i from diseases which have tb> igin in Btagnant water w411 e Many years ago, there came eration forced to use the rive place for even beginners to les art of swimming. The rivei contained several \booms\ furnished excellent points which to dive. Drownings we quent, but swimming pools, w by attendants, were unheard c river is the same today, but tl a more modern way to guai lives of the young. The gatchle river is treacherous beginner. Its steep banks and depth, together with its und rents, make it a most unideal ming place. The gravel pits 1 vicinity also have their peril the Tillage should be willing something to protect the live health of the coming generatl< LeJ's paint the fountains 1 park, Q%e well known Individ th|>4MMfe who knows about thiffgs. says that it has been than 20 years sis«eU&e fountai celved their last coat of paint village board would do well to a man to take care of this job, wonld add materially to the I of the spot. The little figurei which a spray has fallen year year have become weather-1 and tarnished. They need a up. More than 100 GonTernei and a few from the snirou towns and villages heard an i In behalf of the chamber of merce at the annual banquet o organisation last week; an appe loyalty, which should hare a lifting effect. The appeal was by Col. George J. Winalow of who has been associated wit -Utica Chamber for many rear who has made a careful stndy i work. He criticised the citiaei hasn't sufficient civic pride tc and work in behalf of his ehi and urged rrery citizen to nnlte the chamber of his town and gl 1 jsupport to things in general wa represents. Colonel Winslow came to Gc meur a stranger in that few him. bat he came re-'^mmend< William Rosa Lee. a former re! of this village, known to a every many present He talked xnately of Mr Lee and in ende language. This association gav< an advantage His talk was tire, it is felt, fn stimalating ini in the chamber and its work, isaid that s man should no more aider withdrawing from h:» cha than to cancel bis life or Are 1 aare It is hoped that this spea tMorz* will arore effertiv* :r liTecirr the sr r.t of the chamber MARRIAGE LKY.NSE FOR IyOTAL WO A iir;ie« .jc*r:»* wa* issue Baturdar t-r^mixig by Town Tier C Ro*er* :o Msraard W Sm: 2108 Dailff swn:*> . tica and BaraJs I MdBath-\u if thi« T[) Tt« coiple w.:: h* r.arr:*d *ocs Mr »zr.'.:t jar* V.« ofen^f-ic that of s -c!\:*cr<- H» is s nat f Ba#: Kar-f-rl Coar. *.h* soc o aci Mr» 'S*\*cz ? SJC:U Miss Bathroa .* *te* d»nghu > r of Mr Mrs Howari M'Eathron Hrr ! is at tt Clin:«» str**-: '.h^ vi: \

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