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The journal and Republican. (Lowville, N.Y.) 1929-current, March 29, 1972, Image 14

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A » ItVlNJtl Ml lEMIMCftN, IIINUI, NEW NIK D V W M t f e f . M a r c k 2 ! . i |? 2 GORDON MONNAT PLUMBING & HEATING Installation, Supplies and Service. Water pumps, water heaters, heating units. Phone 346-6183 Croghan, N.Y. Miss Davis Cluireli Bride MRS. IRENE O.SCUOI.Z lege S treet Congregational Correspondent Church, Burlington, at 4 p.m ., NAUMBVKG « Edgar Boshart, with ffw„ Jam e s A, Dailey of- son of Mr. and M rs. EU Bos- delating. The bride and groom hart, a fifth year student tn the composed both tile ceremony and College of Kcjence, Rochester the vows. J A M E S W A Y ~ ” ~ ^ ! Volume-Belt Cattle Feeder i .mmm w * ? * : : -i ^ * Fee d s Fast w ith o u t Se p a r a tio n ! i adurui. J Only 1-1/2 hp. Up to 250 Feet Big Capacity Belt Carries Feed Works In-Bam or Out ! Stop In Today for Free Catalog. YOU CAN COUNT ON US MAURICE ROES AND SONS U w v IH e , N .Y . Institute of Technology, has been named to the dean’s list for the fall quarter. Mr, and M rs. Douglas Hough­ ton a r e parents of a six pound daughter born Wednesday, March 8, ln the House of the Good Sa­ m aritan, Watertown. O s c a r H a sseler and Francis Gray w e re honored at a retire­ ment dinner at the Sahara Re­ staurant Friday. They were both employed at Latex Fibre Indus­ tries. A “ Dutch treat dinner\ will be held at Castorland Hotel April 17 at 6:30 p.m. lor the com­ mittee and com m issioner’s staff of Black River, Jefferson - Lewis Boy Scout Council. Mary Harper, daughter of Mr. and M rs. Henry A. H arper, has been named to the president’s honor list for the first sem e s­ ter at Potsdam State University College. Donald Buckingham and Gayle Lamo> H irscheyareatnong the persons who successfully completed the latest licensing examinations in registered pro­ fessional nursing adm inistered in November. Louis Sturtze, 75, died Monday at Lewts County General Hospi­ tal. Funeral services were held Thursday at the V lrkler Funeral Home with Rev. Albert Coffee, pastor of the Castorland Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will be tn Castorland Cem etery. Survivors are his widow, a daugh­ ter, and a borther, Roy Sturtze, of Naumburg, and four grand­ children. He was born Nov. 15, 1896, SOD of M r, and M rs. Frank Sturtze, and m a rried Marion Beyer June 14, 1921 , m C a stor­ land, He was employed by C li­ max Mfg. Co. more than 40 y e a rs. Mr. Sturtze was a charter mem­ ber of K archer-Kohler Post, A- merican Legion, and was a veteran of World War I. Miss Jane Lea Davis, daugh­ ter of M r. and M rs. Harry J. Davis, 40 F o rest S treet, B u r­ lington, Vt., became the bride Saturday, March 4, of S. Brown RichardsoD, III, son of M r. and M rs. Stephen B. Richardson, 675 South Prospect Street, Burling­ ton, and grandson of the late Mr. and M rs. Raymond Richardson, Lowvllle, and Sirs. G raceSchlie- d e r , Fairvtew Drive, Lowvllle, and Ihe late D r. Clarence Schlleder. The double ring, candlelight ceremony took place in the C o l- m r n s x s t f E AND G R A H A M ’S HAS m Cards Baskets IQs o $1.29 Stuffed W Animals Bulk Gandy 30c to 89c Egg Dye Easter Party Goods EASTER Grass 33c PKG. Choc. Animals 15c TO $1.79 Plastic Pails F i l l e d E a s t e r B a s k e t s 79c to $7, WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS S T A T E S T R E E T tOWVELLE Jack Grebb was organist and D r. John K. Schlleder, Lowvllle, uncle of the groom, was solo­ ist and sang “ y o u ’ll Never Walk Alone,’’ “ F ill the World with Love** and \One H e a rt.’* M rs. Richardson Is a grad­ uate of Burlington Htgh School and attended the University of Vermont and was graduated in 1970 from Champlain College, She ts presently an assistant clerk of the Vermont D istrict Court In Burlington. M r. Richardson was gradua­ ted from Burlington High School tn 1968 and Proctor Academy in 1969. He Is now a junior at Johnson State CoHege, majoring in econom ics. Following a week In Jam aica, the couple ts residing at 119 Howard S treet, Burlington. Karen M. Zehr, daughter of Mr. and M rs. Gerald Zehr, has been named B e a v e rR tverC e n tral School’s Betty Crocker home­ maker of tomorrow for 1972. She was chosen on the basis of her score in a written knowledge and attitude examination taken by sen­ ior gtrls on December 7. She will receive a specially designed award charm from General Mills, who sponsor the annual educa­ tion program . She fs now eli­ gible for state and national hon­ ors. Karen has been active in the Future Homemakers o f A- m e rtca, the Library Club, G irl’s Athletic A ssn., the GuidanceClub and an active member of the 4-H Club. Jam e s P. Lewis, president of J.P . Lewis Co., Beaver F a lls, was named 1972 “ B o ss of the Year” by the Watertown c h apter of National Secretaries Assn. a t the group’s 17th annual execu­ tive night M r. Lewis is a trustee of Clarkson College and the New York State College of Forestry af Syracuse. Horace F . Roy, 64, died Wed­ nesday afternoon at LewlsCounty General Hospital. He t s survived by his widow, four daughters, including M rs. E a rl (M argaret) Mealus of Carthage, a son, a brother and s ix s isters. The third annual veterans’ celebration of Karcher-Kohler Post, American Legion, and its auxiliary was held S aturday al the Castorland Hotel. David Roes and Lois and D e- tores Z e h r lefl last Wednesday by plane for Haiti where they are doing church work. A June wedding ts planned for Elaine Martha Buckingham, dau­ ghter of M r. and M rs. Robert Buckingham, and John Francis Haley, son o f M r.andM rs. Jam e s L. Haley. M rs. Nina E . Dana, 81. widow of Jesse Dana, died .Saturday morning a t Lewis CouniyCeneral Hosnliut. Funeral services were held Monday front the V lrkler F uneral Home wtth Rev, Robert Nav, pastor o f th e United Metho. itisi Church, assisted by Hev, Kenneth Lord, pastor of United Methodist Church at Carthage. M rs, Dana took in a number of foster children and Iter's was Die first home licensed to r this pur. pose In Lewis County. She was a member of the United Metho­ dist Church, the Willing Workers C lass, a former Sunday School teacher and superintendent of Sunday Schools and a member of the W.C.T.U, She was m ar­ ried to E z ra Waldron in 1911. He died tn 1938. In 1941 she was m arried to Jesse Dana who died in I960. Spring burial f o r her will he made at Beaches Bridge. Floyd A. Neuroth, 6 l,d led F r f - day tn Edward John Noble Hos­ pital. Hts funeral was held Mon­ day with spring burial in Croghan. Hts widow, the former Mary Schack, along wllh children, b rot­ hers and s isters, survive. Clinton Bachriian and Martha Brown have been drawn to s e rve as trial Jurors. The Beaver River Central School band provided entertain­ ment Saturday night during the Choosing o f the 1972 Lewis County Maple Queen at Lowvllle Acad­ emy. 58 Voles Cast In the uncontested village elec­ tions M ar. 21, 58 persons cast ballots. Two were blank. Tbe count showed 56 votes for in­ cumbent trustee John Fogarty and 55 for incumbent Russell Zeller. KEROSENE FUEL OIL COAL Hottr Piiitotf lit Tieloti Louis Iwh tad Sons, Inc. ■lOttiskjybbUiL ...We a r e s p e c i a l i s t s « i n b e a u t i f u l w o o d a n e l i n q B U D G E T P R I C E D . . . E A S Y T O I N S T A L L , No matterwhefher your ham# if tra­ ditional, clastic or contem p o rary... large or small, we have the proper paneling in stack. SEE OUR O F BEAUTIFUL P R E - F I N ! S H E D PANELING YOU CAN IN S T A L L Y O U R S E L F Sasy Budget Terms Sweeney Lumber Go. DIVISION OF LAW BRCS. CONTRACTS;r. 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