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p AS 5 VICE UJIYG S m it h 397-22131 FOR DAIRY REPLACEMENTS Consult L o m e o B r o t h e r s Top Quality Heifers C A T T L E DEALERS 376-7209 Beef Taken In On Trade Croghan Pool Op emits T h e C r o g h a n L i o n s C l u b w i l l a g a i n s p o n s o r th e s w i m m i n g p r o ­ g r a m b e g i n n i n g J u l y 3 a n d e n d i n g A u g u s t 2 5 . T h e lif e g u a r d o n d u t y w i l l he S u s a n C a m p a n y . S h e w i l l a l s o g iv e l e s s o n s . Residents are asked to register their children early. They may call 346-6058. , Rules governing the pool area are: (1) No diving or Jumping from the bridge; (2) No one a l l o w e d o n t h e b r e a s t o f t h e d a m ; (3 ) N o o n e a l l o w e d o n th e w a l l on th e C r o g h a n Isla n d M ill s i d e ; (4 ) N o ru n n i n g o r p u s h i n g o n the b e a c h o r t h e flo a t i n g r a f t ; ( 0 ) N o s w t m m t n g w h e n le s s o n s a r e b e i n g g t v e n . T h e lif e g u a r d w ill b e o n d u t y d a l l y , - f r o m 11 a , m . to 5 p . m . , M o n d a y s th r o u g h F r i d a y s . S w im ­ m i n g I s a t th e s w i m m e r ’s ow n r i s k a f t e r 5 p . m . an d o n w e e k e n d s a n d h o l i d a y s . N A S H U A M O B IL E H O M E ! Route 12, South of Copenhagen 12* x 48’, T2’ x 60’ and 2 0 ’ x 5 5 ’ ST A P U N MOB ILE HOM ES A LESl Meda Hobart Graduate A n t h o n y L . M e d a , L o w v U l e , r e ­ c e i v e d h i s b a c h e l o r o f a r t s d e ­ g r e e J u n e 8 f r o m H o b a r t C o l ­ le g e . H o b a r t , m a r k i n g I t s s e s - q u l c e n t e n n l a l w i t h I t s 1 4 7 th c l a s s , an d W U l ia m S m i t h h o l d i n g Its 6 1 s t , t o g e t h e r g r a d u a t e d 3 6 4 s t u ­ d e n t s , t h e l a r g e s t tn t h e i r h i s t o r y . D r . B . F . 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A v e r a g e W ITH R IB B A R - B - Q U E FAVORITE w h i t e & d a r k m e a t all prices effective thru sat., jutv 1.1972. *• we reserve quantity rights'. hickory maid- sk in le s s genuine fryer c h i c k e n l i v e r s ib . 5 9 * weaver-frozen s l i c e d ch i c k e n ^ 8 5 C S t a r t t h e h o l i d a y w i t h a \ b f n g \ 1 -lb . pkg. swift premiunvoven roast reg. or garlic c o r n e d b e e f b r i s k e t s * I 2 9 . , , b r o w n & serve a s w i f t ' s s a u s a g e p4 7 3 * Danish Imported C A N N E D H A M S * 2 9 5 I » - $ ] 5 5 o i l i p t B o z . b o t grandma brown's 2-lb. can 4 - lb . cart $ 5 7S if $ 4 1 5 FROZEN MEAT SPECIALTIES! g r a n d u n i o n Salisbury steak tom ato soup ca m p b d l's — - tO ’/iO*. can alp© dog food b e e f c h u n k s - ° * - 2 9 4 m grand union s u g a r 5 s 4 9 c c r is c o shorferrjrtg 3 1 b. con 1 g o ld m e d a l m a x w e ll house 4 7 « a \ 8 8 ‘ g r a n d e /titan - sficed 5 ib. ba pyrma dog chow 7 9 < B e a u t y A M r / A A * c P r o d u c e P l e a j e r s ~ J A A A f bufferin 1 Q 0 £>t$ 1 2 9 H l < swab*, n 08 w a term e lon ib .8 V # r?d-sant3 rosa fresh boston ^ carnation 1 9 « turkey & flravy|*£$l 89 ^ifid union f r i e d c h i c k e n ” ^ 5 ] 6 9 m IM~ttO\TcOUTOVPERCUSTQMER i m evaporatod mjik 13 oz B a k e r y P l e a j e m cotton O'tip *W * W » t , . / v n r i g h t g u a r c L r a * 1 0 9 d*ytim*-««p.d.»p»re iB t l A C p a m p e r s f p * y • fresh b o s to n l e t t u c e | lb. celta ensprisp snappynappy c s ^ r a d i s h e s ^ 2 9 * tr«*. in trtm m m um m $ o* , , i Sirtaw Onion* ^ . m r ^ j. ,^1 B r y l c r e e t r t rea-icscua * ^ _ . p l u m s 1 0 * ® » 4 9 fre s h c r i s p carrots le m o n s 6 , , 4 9 c ■ w ine r i p e n e d m e l o n s ■ eacl noneydew s , ^ m btodbeit cbsreoat . _ _ _ lim e s ’ 6 - 3 9 ‘ b r i q u e t f e s 2 0 i ’ , 1 1 3 A *» « A I Totior $ ^ 3 9 f o n y a S u n T a n nancy lynn 1tb,6 X Q C I a p p l e p i e « p ' ^ 7 t lu m b o b r e 1 -lb 6 0 ? cake - I a n g e l f o o d c a k e O V c i I-Hy o r p, ncapppte w „ q q | s w e e t r o l l s p h n . vr J with coupon & parch, of a pkg. of 109 TETLEY Tea Bags offer ends sat., V E S T iuly I . 1972. u m T O.VE COUPON P t n CUSTOMER 4WN. 5 0 B O N U S 1 1 5 0 B O N U S SLUE STAMPS HBLUE STAMPS freshbake-white ■ k i n g s i z e ■ bread ha'.r cream 4 Vi or co n t Jo n o r* or od \2o i c o a t $ 1 0 9 b'in?T7 Q c c a t ! v * 7 or c o m / T Tim Ad Effertive Only at Grand Union Supermarket in: Lowville w/coupon & purch. of 1-lb 2 oz So? kraftreg, B A R B E C U E S A V C E o f f e r e n d s s a t , W S S J July 1 . 1 9 7 2 • t owe re it c u s t ome e *< T w /coupon St p a tch, o f M b - S o ? jar o f Spaghetti VILER S A V C E offer e n d s s a t . iuly 1 , 1 9 7 i W l w/coupon ft purch. of I2t | w/coupon & purch o,f ?.<* 8 o? com o f E 19 a /- jars appfe-^spe D O W O V E N 1 W e l c h J e l l y or » C L E A N E R j G r a p e F r e s e m s l offer ends sat. S S e jV l offer ends s a t , W S D i iuly 1 , 1 9 7 2 . V S ? * jufy 1, t 9 7 2 . \ S S f ( •BO-JE «ftCOSTOME«*\^«»OyE PE rt CUSTO^ERV\^ 5 0 B O N U S •LUE STAMPS w/crypon S purch of a 7 o t cont. of £$rSOi SpJTAy* B i & i t t l e c t a n t ofte? c a d s s a t july 1, X 9 U - m O M 'i PfR CUStontH »n« » w i p.-'couponf^Epucch uf * a cont. w/pump I w m o E x I C L E A N E R i offer ends sat-.^ s a il ju l y 1. 1 9 7 Z W ? s ONE r£t?CU*itOMCfl»NN| JOURNAL AND REPUBLICAN. LOWVILLE NEW I ORK WEDNESDAY. JUNE 28, 1972 5 *B C-ville Area News Notes M R S . E M M A H O F F M A N C u r r e s p o n d e n t CONSTABLEVILLE - Mias! Beverly Gingerlch Isas returned to her home alter being treated for burns In a Utica hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wendt ot Burlington, Vt., spent a weekend wtth Mr. and M rs. Clifford Wendt. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Klossner have returned to their home In Lakeland, F la; Glen Wicks of Harrisville was a recent guest of M r. and Mrs. Graydon Jackson. M r. and Mrs. Wtcks have re­ turned to their home In Florida. Mark and Everett Wells of One­ ida were guests of M r. and Mrs. Donald Powell recently. Graydon Jackson participated tn a seminar on hospital mana­ gement at Senca Falls recently. Mrs. Lorena Hayes ls a patient ln>he t Rome City Hospital Foilo- !n the Rome City Hospital follo­ wing a 130 in her home. M rs. Wesley Sweet of Midland, Tex., spent the weekend wtth her grandmother, Mrs. Emma Hoff­ man, and aunt, Miss Rosetta Hoff­ man. Also visiting M rs. Hoff- man ts her daughter Mrs. Harry »nan of Laredo, Tex. Constableville Neighbors met in the Home Bureau rooms on Wednesday evening, Jane 21, at 6 p.m. There were 21 members and one guest present A covered dish supper was enjoyed. The business meeting was con­ ducted by chairman, Mrs. Francis VanZandt It was decided to take a trip, to the West End Brewery tn Utica' on July 19. The group were In­ vited to have their annual sum­ mer picnic at the camp of Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Regetz at Brantingham < hi Aug. nth at noon. Officers for tbe coming year are: Chairman, Mrs. Francis VanZandt; vice-chairman, Mrs. Helen Taylor; secretary, Miss Mary Traxel; treasurer, Mrs. Anna Mae Roes. A report was given by Mrs. Kathryn O’Brien on a lesson on Lingerie making. This was the last business meeting for the summer. Meet­ ings will resume to September. Tbe administrative board of the Constableville Methodist Church met at 8 p.m. to the church par- tors of the church June 21. The meeting was conducted by Erwin Wendt Rennovatlon of the church was the main business of the meeting. Mrs. Fred Llghtfiall, Mrs. Frederick Webster, Mrs* Ric­ hard Coddlngton and children, Andy and Christine, of Syracuse, spent Thursday, with Catherine Allen and Mrs, Clarence Wendt and family. One Piece- Steel Reinforced Concrete T A N K S 4 Sizes 250, 500, 750, & 1000 Gals. USE FOR: S P R IN G L I N E R P U M P H O U S E Reservoir-Septic Tank Clstem -Chemical Storage JEFFERSON GONGRETE CORP. RD * 3 COOK ROAD WATERTOWN, N.Y. 13601 PHONE 788-2321 FAST WATCH REPAIR FREE LOAN OF A WATCH We specialize In remounting your old Jewelry to smart, mod. ero settings. CARTHAGE - LO W VILLE E s s o KEROSENE FUEL OIL GOAL Metsr Priittl Oil Tickets Louis Bush And Sons, Inc. Forest Ave. 376-3272 T IL L J U L Y 1 S T Let’s Give Lewis County That Colorful Look NO. 2 0 1 heg $n.29 S p e c . $ 5 . 5 0 NQ. 5 4 1 BEG « « 9 S p e c . 0 3 . 8 9 NO. 301 REG. $ 8 .j5 Spec. 16.75 THE ABO VE PRICES ARE FOR JOB LOTS OF 5 GALLONS OR MORE All Other Outside Paint Will Be 10% O ff ] FARMER'S CO OP INC tnun t o t o : - a g s iiZfc«»» I 1— t f f t I \ I ' l l *1 ■ I H I I I * w ~ ( 1

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