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8 B JMMMLAW KfaUCM. IfiVtll, NEW VIM VGNKSNY, Iprl 5, W2 N e w S p a n D is c u s s e d Tbe feasibility of replacing tbe 'paper m ill b ridge” and methods of financing the project, if at­ tem pted, was discussed at the M arch meeting of the H a rrls­ viile Area Chamber ol Com­ m e rce. The bridge has been condem­ ned and closed on orders of the Lewis County Highway superin­ tendent, a move that has caused concern In the Immediate vicin­ ity. The cost of replacing the bridge has been estim ated at $38,000. H a rrlsviile Mayor Roswell A. Crlng and Diana Supervisor Law­ rence G. Malbeuf reported stu­ dies are being made as to the possibilities of obtaining state and federal aid for such a pro­ ject. They expect to have a re­ port for the April 19 meeting. Election ol officers will also be held on that date. C o n s e r v a t io n C o m e r Ahoy , Mates! Come Aboard for the Whitest , Cleanest La u ft dry MODERN C0IN-0P Adjacent To P & C Market Shady Avenue Lowville S & H GREEN STAMPS S&H Fly Spray Booking 50 gal. Drum 30 gat. drum 5 gal. can reg. $96.50 $66.85 $12.33 8 0 6 . 8 5 860.16 $ 1 1 . 1 1 C a lf N p C a lf V N ip 25# SO# 50# 50* C a lf C r u n c h 1 4 % T C F la k e 4 P e l i« w $ 6 .5 0 $ 1 2 .7 5 $ 1 1 .7 5 $ 1 2 .7 5 $ 3 .2 5 $ 5 4 0 1 6 % T e s t C o w P e i 2 0 % H I F lo P e l 1 6 % H I F lo P e l BU L K -D E L IVERY SERVICE-SA C K E D LOWVILLE FEED AND GRAIN CO., INC. GREEN STAMPS Regular contributors to this column are the four conser­ vation-oriented agencies in Low- ville; A.S,C.S.* Department of Environmental Conservation, Ex­ tension Service and Soil Con­ servation Service. This week's column comes from the S o i l C o n ­ servation Service. -O- Your Soil and Water Conser­ vation D istrict - What is it'> What can it do for you0 Is it a new government agency? In this Conservation Com er we'll try to give vou. a better under­ standing of Soil and Water Con­ servation D istricts, the roll of the Soil Conservation Service and especially acquaint you with the Lewis County Soil and Water Conservation D istrict. Conservation D istricts cover more than 95 7c of the agricul­ tural land of the I'nued States. Since the first districts ’Aere or­ ganized in 1937 they have been an effective means for individ­ uals and communities to deal with local soil and water conserva­ tion problems. The Lewis County Soil and Hater Conservation D istrict be- b'tm operation in 1947. Like all such districts, tt is a unit of local government and not a branch or agency of the federal government. In this way, theD ls- tricf Program can be geared to working with soil and water con­ servation problems of Lewfs County. Each D istrict is directed by a board of. local people* usually resident landowners o r opera­ tors who are elected locally or designated. The Lewis D istrict has a five-man board of d i r - Concert Set At Carthage Twenty-one students from South Lewis Central School will represent the music department to the Jefferson-Lew is County Music T e a c h e rs' Association an­ nual Bi-County Music Festival to be presented on April 8 at Carthage CentralSchool. T he fes­ tival will feature a select Senior High Chorus and select Senior High Band to concert Saturday, April 3 a t 8 p.m. Guest conductors tor the fes­ tival at Carthage a r e C a rl Steublng, director of music at Scotia-GIenvtlle Centra! S chools, and Frank Saccl, director of Watertown High School band. Students from South Lewis tak­ ing part in the festival a re: C h o r-' us - Gloria Munn, Sara Peters, Julie Hayes, Bev Gingerich, Su­ san Mlhalyl, Marsha Sweeney, Dale D o rrlty, Date Austin, Don Regetz, Dan Sheldon, Joe Zeo- sky, William Bnrnap and Karl Krokowskl; band - V alerie Ac­ kerman, Nancy Glngertch, Ctody Shambo, Kathy Chaufty, Debbie Salmon, Theresa Marir.On, Bruce Hoskins and T ravis Coultier. The public is Invited to attend tbe concert which will feature approximately 300 students re­ presenting fifteen schools tn the Jefferson-t.ewte County a rea. Car Wash Mrs. SheldonDaggett’sHuman­ ities class at LowvtUe Academy and Central School will bold a car wash April 8 from 10 a.m . to 4 p.m . at the Lowville Aca­ demy school bus garage. The Humanities Class ts trying to earn money for a trip to New York Cftv ecto r s . One director represents Farm Bureau, one represents Grange,one i s an a t-large mem­ ber and two are county legis­ lators. This board decides upon the D istrict Program , arranges for assistance to put Its program In­ to effect, and directs the use of this a s s is tance to landowners and operators who need It. The U.S.D.A. Soil Conserva­ tion Service provides technical assistance to districts under for­ mal agreem ents. A District Con­ servationist and a Conservation Technician of the S.C.S. provide technical assistance to land­ ow n ers o f Lewis County through the Lewfs D istrict. What can the Lewis County Soil and W ater Conservation D is­ trict do for you? Here a re some of the s e rvices available. 1. Detailed soil map with soil descriptions and interpretations for various uses. 2. Information about the dif­ ferent safe and uses and adapted crops (Including grasses, trees, and wildlife) for each kind of soil on jo u r land, 3. Consultation with a profess­ ional soli conservationist to help you make a conservation plan lor your property. 4. Technical services as need­ ed to design, lay out, and check construction of soil and water conservation practices such as drainage, ponds, diversion ditch­ e s , e tc. Plus many more. If you a r e a landowner o r o p er­ ator and you have any soil or w a te r conservation problems on your property the Lewis County Soil and W ater ConservatjonDis- trict is here to help you. Our office is a t 7626 State Street to Lowville and our phone number Ls 376-6122. There is no charge for techni­ cal services provided by theD is- trfcL Attends Conference Edward R. Watkins, vocational guidance counsellor at Lowvllle Academy, recently attended a conference on vocational oppor­ tunities In the funeral service profession at the University Treadway Inn, Canton. The con­ ference was sponsored by the New York State Funeral D irec­ to r s Association. He reported that educators stressed the fun­ eral director’s role of serving the living, and that funeral s e r ­ vice offers a real opportunity to young people who desire a c a r e e r o f helping others. The funeral d ir e c to r licensing law now requires a two-year com­ bined course at a Slate o r com­ munity College, o r one year ln an accredited college or univer­ sity, and a year in an approved funeral d ir e c tor schooL Hospital News ADMISSION: Arthur Burnham, GTenfteld R.D. i ; Donald Ander­ son, Lowville; David Manning, Lyons F a lls; Elizabeth Paluck, Lyons Falls; Cathy DeVaul, Low­ vllle R.D. 4; Blanche Kroneck, Natural Bridge; Glendora O’Hara, LowvtUe; Laura Z e h r, Castor­ land; Frank Houppert, Carthage; Clara Swan, Glenfield R.D. I; Eugene Hutt, Glenfield; Jodie Jones, Lowvllle RJ>. 1; Mark Mihalyi, Glenfield; Thomas Stan- fordjLyons F a lls R J ). I; Dorothy Wheeler, Lowvllle; Waldo Wil­ liam s, Boonvllle; Leah Fellows, Lowvllle; Eileen Tanner, Crog­ han; Linda Youngs, ConstaMe- ville R J ). 1; John Hitchcock, Low­ ville Star Route; Mary Freden- burg, Beaver F a lls; Kathleen B lair, Lowville Star Route; Marie VanDyke, Lowville; Ricky LaBnz, Glenfield R J ) . ; Helen P lato, Glen- field R.D. 1; Helen Elliott, Gfen- fteld R.D. I; Kip Brinkertioff, Constableville R J). 1; L ots Klett, Cnstnrjand R.D, I; Marlhn Hlgby, Constableville; Rodney Bucking­ ham, Lowville RJD. 3; Elizabeth Bush, Lowvtlle R J ). 3; Vincent Burnham, G reig;Florence Berry, Lowville R.D, 3; Alton Rogers, BoonvHle R.D. I; Louis Leonard, Croghan; Grace Schlleder, Low­ ville; M a rgaret Phillips, Turin; C h a rles D aniels, Port Leyden; D o r ris Shue, Phoenix, New York; Richard B a x ter, L o rraine;Eliza­ beth Peck, Harrlsviile?. BIRTHS: Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Martin Castorland R.D. 1,a daug­ hter M arch 27. WE HAVE THE NEW A.B.C OR SUPER KEN FIRE EX­ TINGUISHER BY PYREHE THEY LIKE TO RIDE OK SNOW SLEDS TOO. Wilcox Fire Extinguisher Sales & Service 5581 WATER STREET LOWVILLE CHURCH BRIDE - Miss Jane M. Gtagerlch, daughter of Mr. and M rs. Beryl Gingerich, Low­ ville R.D. 3, became the bride of Paul Lehman, E lm ira, son of M r. and M rs. Gilbert Lehman, Lowville R.D. 3, April I, I p.m. at the United Methodist Church, Beaver F a lls, with Rev. Michael Zebr, pastor, assisted by Rev. Milton Z e h r, officiating. The bride, given away by her father, was attended by her s i s ­ ters, M iss Florine Gingerich, maid of honor, and Miss B a r­ bara Gingerich, b ridesm aid. The bride’s costume was nn A-ltae d r e s s of white crepe and she carried a cascade of roses and pompoms. The bridesm aid wore a pink-flowered print d r e s s and c a rried a long-stemmed ptnk rose. The groom had as his atten­ dants David Lehm an.asLesl man, and Samuel r.fngerlch, usher, both brothers of the groom. A reception was held at the church following the cerem ony. The bride Is a graduate of Goshen College, 1967, and Is emnloved a t Elm ira Heights Cen­ tral Schools as a French teacher. The groom ts a graduate o f C o r­ nell University, 1968. College A c c e p tan c e s The following sen io rs at Co­ penhagen Central School have been accepted at institutions of higher learning for the school year, 1972-73. They a r e as fol­ lows; Patrick McNamara, son of Mr. and M rs. Maurice McNamara, Maple Avenue, Copenhagen, Jef­ ferson Community College in the field o f libera] a r t s . Suzanne V ary, daughter o f Mr. and M rs. Mason Vary, J r . , Me­ chanic Street, Copenhagen, SUNY at Potsdam to the field of liberal a r t s . Iii B. Falls M iss Susan Kleffer, daughter of Mr, and M rs. Llewellyn Klef- fer, Lowville R J ). 3, and Dennis Green, son of G e raldG reen, West . Carthage, and M rs, Mildred G reen, were m a rried March 4, at United Methodist Church, Bea­ ver F a lls, by Rev. Bruce Chap­ man, Organ m usic was playedby Mrs. Bushev. M rs, Lloyd Rasm ussen, s i s ­ ter of the bride, was m atron of honor. Donald Green, b rothe: of the groom, was best man. M rs, Green was given fn m a r r i ­ age by her brother Floyd M ar­ tin. Daniel Fargo and T e rry Kief- fer were ushers. Mrs. Green attended Beaver River Central School. Mr. Green Is employed by B ra- mans Lumber Co., Carthage. A reception for 75 was held a t New Brem en Community C e n ter. Mr. and M rs. Green a r e liv­ ing at 249 State St., C a rthage. Complete Audits State Com p troller A rthur Le­ vitt has announced completion of examinations of the fiscal affairs of the Village of Port Leyden, Village of Turin aitdStrongM em- orial L ibrary, Turin, Copies of the examination reports a r e on file with the individual units of government and at the Com p trol­ ler’s Office to Albany, where they are available for public inspect­ ion. S e r v in g b r e a k f a s t a m i lu n e f ia s M o n d a y t h r u F r id a y R e g u la r d in n e r m e a ls e v e r y F r id a y n ig h t HENRY’S HOTEL Lowville, N.Y. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS See Us Today For Your Electrical Wiring Needs Lowville Electric, Inc. WELCOME WAGON SPONSOR 7508 STATE STREET, LGWVTLLE, N.Y. PH. 3 7 6-6] 13 Y O U G E T M O R E A N D P A Y L E S S W H E N YQ^BUY A- W h i r l n n o l m m 198. W h irlp o o l 1 automatic electric ^ AASHEP DRYER 1 WITH AITH \ 2 SPEEDS NO-IRON ANC CAPE FOP PEP’.' m NENT permanent PRESS CARE PRESS FEBRiCS PURVINES ELECTRIC P h e n e 3 7 6 - 6 1 1 1 7 6 6 4 State s t r e e t Lowviflo, New Y e r k M l 128. . H o t f o r m e n CH R Y S L E R UkT 19 7 1 C h r y s le r When you think of a Chrysler, you think of a big, strong, handsome car. A man’s kind of c ar. Right? Not completely. Women, too. go for Chrysler. And, most often, for lhe sam e reasons as men. They like the good looks. They like the roominess. And who wouldn’t? Automotive Industries reports that the ’72 Chrysler has Ihe largest interior of any 1972 U.S. car. But women, especially, like the way they can c o u n t on Chrysler to g et them where they want fo g o . . . without a lot of trouble. Every Chrysler is built with a commitment to deep-down quality. Every Chrysler is built to fast. I Isn’t that the kind of car peopte really want? Men and women alike. We think so. Come in and let o s show you a big now Chrysler today. Vktmoi W e w i i r t t * f a s t i n U n i e f D e a !« > le w is C o u n t y w a n t s . Gerald A. Nortz, Inc. 25 South State Street Low ville. H.Y,

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