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of W. program started last a German school. ciety of North Rose Central School will meet at 8 p.m., Monday, at the home of Paula Loveless. Members plan to continue Mayors List 'Youth Week' Deaths SLATE MEETING wOLCOTT--The Official Board^ SARANAC LAKE The may- of thc"WoIcctt"Meth-:P roc ^ ama ^ on denoting the week Trnl"* -i **Vmith ill MRS. NT. STOUGHTENGER } MRS. JA^fES W. GRAY PHOENIX --Mrs. Lovina May| OSWEGO-- Mrs. Alice Gray, Stoughtenger, 73. wife of Nathan'70. wife of James W. Gray, died Stoughtenger. died Friday at her.Friday at her home on Demasa home on County Line Rd\, Phoc-.Rd.. Town of Oswego. nix RD 1. ' Mrs. ray was born in Osvrepo Mrs. Stoughtenger had resided.and attended St. Joseph's Ca- have a- supper meeting at ; o«;of Lake Placid Saranac Lake in the Town Qf Granbv f o r 57 tholic Church. p.m., Tuesday in the fire-. an ^ Tupper Lake have issued a ; and was a native of the Sun . ivinR bcsidcs her hlls- Church, according to the : o f " Jan Tech J. Gordon, pastor.i Week " 29 to Feb. 5 "¥011111 three villages. proclamation, Town of Lysander. band, are two daughters. Mrs. went to Worm, Clearing Predicted for Seaway Valley Surviving besides her husband. William Murray of Ransomville are a son. Frank Stoughtenger of a nd Mrs. Thomas Haley of Syra- Phoenix RD; a grandson. Ovid C use: · two sisters. Mrs. Mary f _ , · · J J I--r ^^ V » *-t ^^ · mf r v *.j* ^'* ^^ ^- *^- · **f + ^ ^ * . f l k » B M T « ^^ · ^ f urged the PUD-i Stoughtenger of California and Ahart of Oswego and Mrs. Emilj n trt iTrtiith-fin.-l . * , , T - , i . great -grandchildren: a McNeil of Sterling: three grand- .L. j 4i + 11 ·*- L ° yj uth " a " d two asked that aH citizens attend the j b r o t h e r f Martin Davis O f Ly- chi i dr cn and several nieces and panel discussion on youth prob- sarider and several nieces an d ne bhews. lems and their solutions to be led * u T»^« A T . SPhnnt n nn MASSENA -- Cloudy skies, moderating temperatures and occasional snow f l u r r i e s painted the Seaway Valley weather picture Friday. Weather observers expected warmer temperatures by Saturday. The mercury climbed to near in most areas during the day after dipping to seven degrees overnight. Light snow added only a trace to that already on the ground. ^v . · , ,, -n i, * o - TM *, nephews. SHervices will be at 8:4o Mon- Services will be at 2 p.m. Mon- dav at her late home and »t 9:30 the Allanson-Glanville a . m . in Oti r Ladv of Pci T ctual . : Funeral Home with the Rev. C. Help Catholic Church in Minetto. The proclamation was signed f W . Lingelback officiating. Burial Burial will oe in St. Peter's by Frank «atigan, mayor of! will b e in Chase Cemetery. Cemetery. Friends mav call at baranac Lake. Robert J. Pea*, Fr j ends may ca]1 at the {U nerai;their convenience al "the lat« cock, mayor of Lake Placed a n d j h o m e aSturday from 7 'to 9 p.m.. horne starting Saturday after- Adam Palmer, mayor of Tupper Lake, Former Mayor's » Father Is Dead and Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to noon. 9 p.m. MRS Y. ALLEN NELSON HARDtE MEXICO - Nelson E. Hardk, OSWEGO--Services for Mrs. 84 O f Church St. died Friday af- Anna Yeager Allen, former resi- temoon in the Oswego Hospital dent of Oswego. who died Thursday in Towson. Md., will be Monday at 9 a.m. in the Dain Funeral Home and st. 9:30 a m . in St. Peter's Catholic Church. Burial OSWEGO -- Joseph Corsall of v -ni be in St. Peter's where he had been a patient one day. He had been ill two weeks. Mr. Hardie was \ 1 1 C U I U born in the retired in GO Averill Ave., Rochester, father Friends may call at the Some freezing rain wag re- !°' former Mayor Vincent A. Tor- Funeral Home Sunday from 2 | is wife M rs

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  1. The Post-Standard,
  2. 07 Jan 1961, Sat,
  3. Page 17

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