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4 8 ttU M M AND REPUBLICAN, LOWVILLE. NEW YORK WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5. 1972 S t r i k e s a n d S p a r e s CIRCUS CO-ED Panthers, 59-29; Cam els, SC- 32; H o rses, 53-35; Monkeys, 50- 38; Elephants, 48-40; T igers, 44- 44; B a d g e rs, 41-47; Buffalos, 40- 48; Z e b ras, 40-48; B e a rs, 34- S4; Kangaroos, 34-54; Lions, 29- 59. High triple, Al Eckelman, 580 and Helen Cody, 504, High single, C a rl Halfco, 223 and Helen Damuth, 204. Winner of I.owl- off, Panthers. CLASSIC I t AGUE Carthage Bowl, 431.5-258.5; M anzer’s G arage, 422.0-2G8.0; Mlhatyi’s, 417.5-272.5; A.M.F,' 390.5*299.5; Boonvllle Bowl, 353.5-336.5; BoonvlUe Vending. 3 4 6 . 0 - 3 4 4 . 0 ; S m o k e S h o p , 3 2 8 .5 - 3 6 1 . 5 ; M i l l e r ’ s S t o r e , 3 1 3 . 5 - 3 7 6 . 5 ; G r e i g G a r a g e , 2 9 2 . 5 - 3 9 7 . 5 ; L e w i s I a n e s , 2 8 8 . 0 - 4 0 2 . 5 - M o n n a l ’ s IG A , 2 8 1 . 5 - 4 0 8 . 5 ; J o h n 's G r i l l . 2 7 5 . 0 - 4 1 5 . 0 . H igh te a m s i n g l e , M ih a l y i ’ s , 9 9 6 . H i g h le a r n t r i p l e . L e w i s L a n e s . 2 ,8 5 4 . H ig h t r i p l e . B u d d y C o l e . 6 3 8 a n d K e n S p a n n , 6 1 4 . H igh s i n g l e , R a y L i a v is, 237 an d Ken S p a n n , 2 3 6 . N O R T H E R N L E A G U E E s s e n j o h r , 5 1 - 3 2 ; W e s t e r n A u ­ to , 5 4 - 3 4 ; M e d a 's I I q u o r , 5 4 - 3 4 ; Low-vlilt* E ! e c rr i f , 5 0 —3 8 ; C l i m a x , 5 0 - 3 8 ; N o r t h e r n H o m e s , 4 0 - 4 8 ; V a n c e I n s u r a n c e , 3 8 - 5 0 ; C a s t o r - la n d H o t e l, 3 6 - 5 2 ; L o w v i l l e M o - D u e t o ih e t r e m e n d o u s r e s p o n s e u e h a d la s t y e a r iv e a r e a g a in o f f e r i n g a G e n e r a l E le c t r i c P o r t a b le T V 1 2 ” w it h e v e r y U s e d C a r P u r c h a s e $6 0 0 .0 0 a n d o v e r ! E x c e lle n t s e le c t io n o f g u a r a n t e e d u s e d c a r s o n h a n d . T h e T V * s a r e a n t h e w a y s o c o m e i n r i m e a n d S a v e . T h i s o f f e r s t a r t s A p r i l 5 t h \Where The Customer Comes First ” L o w v ille M o to r S a le s 7 6 3 6 S t a t e S t r e e t L o w v U le P h o n e 3 7 6 - 7 1 1 1 Involvement Committee A se r ies of coffee hours will be fteld from April II-1*7 from 1:15 p0m. to 2:15 p0m. at Beaver River C e n tral School. Thecoffee hours are sponsored bv the In­ volvement Com m utes and will feature photography paintings by local a r t i s t s , water safety, rock collecting, and observation of the mini course program. Questions should be referred to Charlotte Austin, photography, 346-1368; Uz Jones, paintings, 34G-C950; Rev. Bruce Chapman* water s a f ­ ety, 346-6366; and Dennis Bar- bartto, rock rollectmg, 346-1211, The community ts urged to a t ­ tend. tors, 32-56; LowviUe Surge, 30- 58. High team single, Essen- lohr, 1,037. High team triple, Climax, 2,930. High triple, Lou Hush, C22. Hifrh single, John Nagv, 236. WEDNESDAY CO-ID Duan*- and Glenn, 34-IB; Cliff and Alvin, 32-20; Dick and Ted, 32-20; Don and Jprrv, 31-21; George and Pat, 3J-M Hilary and Bernte, 30-22; Wink and Ral­ ph, 25-27; Levi and Harold, 25- 27; Ralph and Bill, 23 1/2-23- L2; Jim and Dick IS 1/2- 33 1/2; Ron and Bill, 18-34; Boh and Phil, 12-40, High team triple. Don and Je r r y 2,33-5. High team single, Den and Jerry, 877„ High individual trip le, J e r - rv Pominville, 594, Karen Far- n* v, 496., High Individual single, Jerrv Pom inville, 237, Shart«n Pominville, 202. LOWVILLE COMMUNITY MEN'S LawvRle Laundry, 39-13; Don's tt elding, 33 t/2-18 1/2; National Bank Northern New York, 32-20* C larke's, 29-23; AMF, 27-25- Jeff-Lew ls, 26-26; Mullln’s Mobif, 24 i/2-27 t/2; Farm e r's Co-op, 24-28; Genuine Auto P a r ts , 23-29; Lewis County T rust Company, 19-33; Ver’s Restau­ rant, 19-33; Bob's Liquor, 16-36. High team iriple, Don's Welding, 3,085. High team single, Don’s Welding, 1,075. Individual high triple, Dick Hosroer, 615. In­ dividual high single, Larry Wood- house. 245. High average, Ted Lewts, 183. BEAVER FALLS WOMEN'S T e tras, 57 1/2-46 t / 2 ; Angels, 57 t/2 - 46 1 / 2 ; Sea H o rse, 51- 53; Snails, 42-62. High team trip le. Sea H o rse, 2,271. High team single, Sea H o rse, 797. High individual triple, Juanita Brown, 456. High Individual stogie, Cert Adams, loo. High average, Frances Walker, 134. GLENFIELD WOMEN'S Oakies, 75-45; Beaverlte Pro­ ducts, 71-42; Mlhalyl's In­ surance, 69 1/2-50 1/2; Central Hotel 55 1/2-64 1/2; Greene’s Liquor, 54-66; Widrlck and S od , 35-85. Team high three games, Bea­ verlte Products, 2,533. Teamhlgti gam e, Oakies, 890. Individual high three games, S. T e rri Won, 500. Individual high game, J . Skiff, 194. tndlvldaa! high a - verage, D. Hoffman, 164. CROGHAN WOMEN'S H and L Motors, €9 1/2 - 38 t/2; Monnat and N o rtz, 59 t/2 - 48 1/2; Belfort Inn, 5S - 52; Golden Shoe Store, 31 - 77. High team triple. H and L Motors, 2,523. High team sin­ gle, H and L Motors, 898. Htgfc Individual triple, Betty Farney 544. High to dividual stogie, Bet­ ty* Farney, 191 . High Average Ltz P e ters, 149.50. ’ Buy early a n d c o lle c t t h e o n e y o u w a n t ! Buyer**, ut Nev. Hoi ,tut! t-quipm*. is! art- /WJVs rev.Jrtled v.iih H'.ir*. o l tJept n tf.iltft'veiv it <* Nov. I i e r Ai«il I tiym uyk Wav ''.i ’ », os: t Atv y.vl An a ridilional iev..»nl \\ln*r> vott I'uy a new Mecv Holland baler, aulom a lu b a le 's/vagon, forage harvester or rn o w r - c o n d U io n e r m A p rd <>r M-iy, yo u (.jn collect One O! five v,ucmI>I<’ Rifl-.: a ( alurrtbia bicycle, his or hetx a Remington lypevvrifer a Polaroid Super Co Jorpack IV camera kit Corning W a r e cleclromatrc percolator a n d skillcl a Butova~ watch, his or hers Your reward w l l he s h ipped directly t< you .i ;*n a*. Now Holland i1-* noiiiicd nt the '.ale. So don 't delay? C o m e tn soon and sec th e m a chine -. tli.il are r.-ward.ng lo but and re­ warding lo ram . WIDRICK & SONS Shady Avenue Phone 378-3581 Lowville T u r in Area News Briefs MRS. MARY VV. LEE Correspondent TURfft - Mr. and M rs. T h e y dor* M illard celebrated their 25 wedding anniversary on March 22 at the home of M r. and M rs. Richard Lee of Boonville. East Road Turin friends, and relatives and other friends were present. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Mil­ lard were m a rried by Kev„ Homes of the United Methodist Church m Boonvllle. Thev hav* efght living children. (M arried March 22* 1947). Mrs* Millard is a registered practical nurse at the Lewis County General Hospital and'Mr* Millard is a farm e r and a ve­ teran of World War 2. H e is the Son of the late Mr. and M rs. Rutson Millard. Mrs* Millard is the daughter of Mr. and M rs. Floyd G ilbert, Turin. Miss Carol M illard, tf .* 15- y e a r - o ld daughter of V.r. and Mrs. Theodore M illard is a pa­ tient at the Syracuse Hospital,, M r. and M rs. C a rl G illette, Mr. and M rs. Jam e s Lee and Mrs. Marie Conwav were week­ end visitors of their sister, Mr. and M rs. Daniel Zemen in C leve­ land, 0. On Saturday* they attend­ ed the wedding of their niece, Miss Donna Zemen, to William Birkner. On- their return home th^y visited Mr. and M r . F ran- klui K e s sler, Rochester. Mrs. K e s sler is the daughter of Mr, i*T»d M rs. C a rl Gillette. Mr, and Mrs. Morris B u rr were In Jlfon on Monday to visit her aunt, who ts quite 111. Miss Jane B u r r and David S a e ra, Rochester, spent the week­ end with Mr, and Mrs. M orris B u r r / M rs. J , Austin Roberge and son, K e r n ', and Mrs. Glenna Roberge, Watertown, visited Mary Lee on Sunday, Mr. and M rs. Augustine F r e e - were Sundav dinner guests cf their daughter and 'am lly, Mr. ana M rs, Michael FargulicK, Champion. They also visited their son, Tom Freem an, who is in Watertown Hospital* The April meeting of tbe Civic Club will be held at Mrs. God­ frey Regetz's hpme on Thursday, April 6, at 2 o'clock^ M rs. Dor­ othy Paynter, Federation p r e s ­ ident, wifi be the guest speaker. Mrs. Clarence Benedict and M rs. Kurt Kranke attended the upper Mohawk Valley Bl-Centea- nlal Regional Forum on the Am er­ ican Revolution ons iturdav, Mnr. £5, The regular cotfee hour was at the Oneida County Historical Society. Morning and afternoon meetings were held at ihe Mun- son-W lUlams-Proctor Institute. Luncheon was served at the Ply­ mouth Bethesda Church. driver Course LowvlHe Academy aad Central School will offer a 3-Hour Driv­ ing Licensing Course on April 11 In Roam 109 at 6:30 p.m. A registration fee of$5 will be charged adults and students from outside the Lowvtlle district. A person must be 16 year old and have a d rivers’ perm it. The next course will be offered when there Is enough demand. Those Inter­ ested may call 376-3544 - Ex­ tension 24. __ __ Rhode Return’s H owe H owry Society Meetlag K. M Rhode, rural mall e a r ­ n e r , Glenfield. ta s returned home from a short visit with friends In F lorida. The Altar Rosary Socletv St. P e ter's Church will haw I work meetlugTuesday, April 11 a, 10 a.m . The business meet­ ing wlU be at 1:30 p.m. Ladies please b ring a sandwich. New Store Hours Widrick Shoe Ropalr State Street Lowville, N.Y. Monday - Fridays - 6 To 5 Friday Evenings • 6 To 8 Saturdays - 8 To Noon NOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK L L O Y D S D I N E R 7 A.M. TO 7 P.M. THESE ARE THE DAILY SPECIALS FOR THE WEEK OF APRIL 6 THRU APRIL 12 THURSDAY - GOULASH WITH CHOICE OF VEGETABLE OR SALAD. FRIDAY - SHRIMP CHOW MEfN ON NOODLES WITH CHOICE OF VEGETABLE OR SALAD. .SATURDAY AND SUNDAY - BAKED STUFFED PORK CHOPS WITH APPLESAUCE, POTATO AND CHOICE OF VEGETABLE OR SALAD. MONDAY - SPANISH RICE WITH VEGETABLE OR SALAD, TUESDAY - BAR—B-Q PORK ON A ROLL WITH POTATO AND CHOICE OF VEGETABLE OR SALAD. WEDNESDAY - CHUCK WAGON STEAKS WITH POTATO AND CHOICE OF VEGETABLE OR SALAD. If f m a k e a l l o u r p a s t r i e s r i g h t h e r e . Thousands of people have discovered boldly contemporary, brilliantly functional Stoneware, and they're using it every day in any way. Stoneware is the only dmnerware that combines the best of all worlds inspired designs, and colors, m shapes that are both pleasing and practical Create beauty at every meal with warm, lustrous Stoneware; the perfect answer to today's casual living. . at prices you dreamed ol. but never thought possible. Indulge yourself a liitle-tor very little 331? buys each basic piece Our imported Stoneware is wonderfully versatile and . . . it doesn't cost a fortune, only looks it. h a n d d e c o r a t e d in four inspired designs HONEY FLOWERS Table maq.cm .-/arm t> row n green an J yellow ffow ,->r 'h.a! Wll i aliracf connrl I ir pnK III r- bf-e-. to hofit?y PO R T Q F lf-*0 A d a s h of r o m a n ’ rc C o n tin e n talH o v o r E c p o c t p f r i '^ : ' from your fa■ttily j->n„-y from your fnenrK A/TEC GOLD The msp.ralion of an , .naenl ctvibzaiicn ret am wdh modern • itViTy O y s t e r W h i t e C o m p l e t e r p i e c e s b e a u t i f u l l y c o m p l e m e n t B l u e S b » U a n d A z t e c G o l d . H o n e y C o m p l e t e r P i e c e s a r e a lOYeCy a c c e n t f o r H o o e y F l o w e r s a n d P o r t o F m o . Five B a s ic Place Selling Items each piece Get * niece wilh extty S508 purchase, two with every 510.00, three with every $15.00, etc. Every w eek a different item wifl b e featured at 330. 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