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ft D JOURNAL AND REPUBLICAN, LOWVILLE NEW YORK ° ’ D WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21. 1972 F r e s h a n d S p r in g in g C o w s a n d H e if e r s SECOND STORMS C a rthage, N.Y. 493-1563 SATURDAY A U C T IO N JU L Y I 10:30 A.M, MIDWAY BETW EEN BURD ICKS CROSSING CORNER AND GLEN F IE LJ> ON ROUTE 12.0WNER IS SELLIN G HER HOME, W ILL S E L L CONTENTS AT AUCTION. 3 PC. Living Room Suite; Desk; Bookcase; Room Sue Rug; Lg, Lt Davenport; TV Set; Lg. M irror; Pictures; Bedroom Suite (Two Wardrobes, D resser; vanity. Stand, Bed, & C h airs); Lamps; Buffet; China Closet; sewing Machine; Stands, C h airs; Books; E lec. Range; WasheqCabl- nets; Linen; Kitchen W are; Vacuum Cleaner; Dishes: Etc. Antiques - 8 Birdseye Dressers; 3 Birdseye Chests of Drawers; Rocker; C h air; Maple Bed; Cherry Chest of Drawers; Round Oak Extension Dining Table; curved Glass China Closet; Quantity Good China, Glassware (some cut glass); * Silverw are; Plank & Cane Chairs; Trunks; smalt Round Oak Pedestal Table; Chairs; other articles. Every thing very good condition. Lunch available. Terms - Cash. M rs. Agnes Domser, Owner. Waldo w illiam s. Auctioneer. H A M E S W A Y * V O L U M A t T c I ® C 1 1 mm mm mm 1% ■ 4 w i Lk • • 4 A m I I m I m mm «l a » ^ I i S i l a g e D i s t r i b u t o r - U n l o a d e r I M P E L L E R CHUR.CH WEDDING -M issKaren F. Mackey, daughter of M r. and M rs. W illiam Mackey, Lyons FaUs, became the bride of H. Gary Brown, son of M r. and M rs. Herbert Brown, Pori Leyden, on May 27 at 1 p.m ., S t. M artins Church, Port Leyden, Rev. Dan­ ie l Lyddy officiating. Brid e was given ln marriage by her father, WUllam Mackey. The bride chosean empire gown of nylon organza styled with a Sheer yoke edged with peau de ange lace, high neckline and fu ll ' ■ R e ­ th r o w s O u l S i l a g e F a s t i h k . 3 I MAURICE ROES AND SONS J l . w v i i i . , k . r . J *wl s ■* * ■ J * Power Circle Drive * True Three-Point Suspension * Two Machines in One Stop in Today for Free Catalog. New and Used R IFLES, SHOTGUNS and REVOLVERS -IN STOCK- Vartous Varm int C alibers ITHACA AND W EATHERBY Various Weatherby’s In Stock Including New Vanguard and Regency, See New Weatherby Pump Autoloading Shotguns. Tops In the Field and Com petitively Priced RELOADERS S U P P L IES With Most Powders In Stock Comnlete Line of: SCOPES, MOUNTS REC EIVER SIGHTS Expert Sight Installation >and> CUSTOM STOCK WORK C b IN m F, 7702 N, State Street LO W VILLE, NEW YORK PHONE 376*3256 sheer sleeves with Uce trim . A lace border edged the hemline of the a-llne sld rt and a de­ tachable chapel train featured re-embrofdered lace accent. A queens crown of pearl and cry­ stal held a boulfat veU of Illu ­ sion with lace edged face velL The bride carried a cathedral bouquet of yellow sweetheart ro­ ses, with F u ji mums, white pom­ pons, babies’ breath, and Ivy. Maid of honor was M iss Sue Sm ith, Port Leyden, friend of the bride. She wore a fuU a.lin e gown of nylon organza in blue styled wtth a high neckline edged with Swiss em broidery and val lace. Trim was repeated on the bodice front and cuffs of the fu ll sheer sleeves. She wore a match­ ing bow cluster beadplece with bouffant face v e ils. Bridesm aids were M iss M ar­ cia Krokowski, M iss Lynn Scou­ ten, M iss Sandy Wakefield and lunlor bridesmaid was M iss An­ gela Brooks. They wore sim ilar gowns of mint green, pink, yellow and turquoise. T heir flowers were a colonial bouquet of mixed color carnations. M iss SusieDoney was minature bride. She wore a gown styled to match the bride and a queen’t crown with bouffant v e il. Minature groom was Andrew Mackey who wore a suit styled to match the groom. Best man was Wayne Brown, brother of the groom, Port Ley­ den. He wore a white pin strip* Jacket with sh irt to match the maid ol honor’s dress. Ushers were Jim Brown, Jim Bush, Norls Battles and junior usher was Ricky Mackey. They wore matching Jackets with color Augustinian H.S. Closes Bishop Stanislaus J . Brzana of the Diocese of Ogdensburg has concurred with the decision of June 12 of the Augustlntan Academy Board of Education to close the high school section of Auguatlnlan Academy ln Carthage as of Ju ly 1, 11972. The Bishop accepted the recommendation of . the Board m making his decision on June 16, Bishop Brzana commended the academy and its faculty, students, parishioners, board members, and school centered organizations for their dedication In providing quality education for many years. ' Augustlntan Academy w ill con­ tinue to provide education in grades 1-8 and htgh school students w ill be able to attend Immaculate Heart Central High School ln Watertown. Harold Graves Dead At 71 Harold A. Graves. 71, a resi­ dent of Elm Street, Castoriand, a retired employe of the Climax Manufacturing Co., died June 18 in the House of the Good Sa­ m aritan, Watertown,wherehehad been a patient since June 16. He lad been in failing health two months. The funeral was June 21 at the V irkler Funeral Home, Rev, Bruce Chapman, pastor of the Beaver F a lls United Methodist Church, officiating. B u rial was to be in Castoriand Union Ce­ metery. W H M I M IB 1 H K ---------------------- -- Their reception was at Timber Lodge, G lenfleld, from 2 to 6 p.m. They spent their honeymoon in Niagara Falls and Canada. The bride chose a black dress with gold accent and a corsage of white sweetheart roses and white shoes tor her going away ensem­ ble. The bride was graduated from South Lew is Central School in June, 1971, and ts now employ­ ed by Lewis County General Hos­ pital, LowvUle. The groom was graduated from South Lew is Central School tn June, 1968, where shortly after he went into the arm y, which he spent 13 months active duty In Vietnam. He is now employed hy Low ville O il Company, Low ville, as a mechnaic. The couple w ill reside at M e. ehantc Street, Port Leyden. S E I S , S E G H S , H A T , K U U S I ! a Nt lla tfa r R iw You Say It, It’s S tilt The Sig 6% Interest tit Twe Yaar Patsbaak C e rtificate* I t fcarthaga Savings 41 Lean. SEIS - Spanish SECHS • German HAT -Kiifariai KUUSI • Finnish C A f t T H A G E S A V I N G S A N D LO A N A S S O C !A TIO N CARTRABE, N.Y. 493-3480 THE FINEST SPREADING IN THE NORTH COUNTRY Chtck With Us For Bulk Fortlllzur- Direct Fraa Agway Bui IlM i Plait At Ewes NMs, N.Y. Te lire Fam . Sara Baggiei Casts, Traaspertatiaa Casts A il Baahle Hiding Costs 1. F a st 2. A c c u r a ta 3. E c o n a m lc a l 4. F lo ta tion T lr a s T a R ad u ea S a il C a m p a a tiaa 5. Well Trained Experienced Operators Also Available- Bulk Llmo TOP DRESSING SPECIAL 040460 15*9 m acre spread in Unis Caaaty CASTORIAND CASTORLAND, NEW YORK C O O P , ING PHONE 376-3330 a r 493-2887 N O R T H C O U N T R Y B U S I N E S S D IR E C T O R Y GUIDE TO LOCAL SERVICES WHERE TO BUY tT WHERE TO HAVE IT DONE EXPERT SERVICES. OF ALL KINDS SERVIC E STATION R E S T A U R A N T S U P P L I E S HULL INS SERVICE STATION YOUR FRIEN D LY M OBIL DE A LE F WE GIVE S& H GREEN STAM PS TeX. 376-7224 LowvUle BLACK R IV E R RESTAURANT SU P PLY COMPANY, INC. 316 Factory Street, Watertown T e l.S U - 8-4280 China - Gians - Silverw are-Paper And Maintenance Supplies Syracuse China, Frlgidare, Vulcan, G .E. WEDDING STATIONERY AT JOURNAL A REPUBUCAN HEATING & PLUM BING ELEC T R IC SERVIC E SNOWMOBILES Win. M . BURKHARD A SONS Heating-Plumbing- Sheet Metal Contracting Croghan, New York 13327 T e L 2381 Croghan MCCRATH’S ELECTRIC Electrical Heating Equipment And Systems Farm « Com m ercial. Residential Stowe Street, LowvUle Free Estim ates 376-6613 INSURANCE EDICTS 8AI£S~SERVICE SNO-PRINCE SNOWMOBILES CLOTHING, BOOTS, ACCESSORIES BEACHES BRID GE, LO W VULE, N.Y. ' PLUMBING & HEATING HOWARD WILBERT A6GNCT A L L L I N E S O F IN S U R A N C E P h o n e B o o n v U I e 9 4 2 - 4 6 2 4 W e s t L e y d e n , N .Y , THIS SPACE AVAILABLE STODDARD PLUMBING & HEATING Free Estim ates 24-Hour Service Phone 376-3210 ELECTRIC SERVIC E, DAIRY EQUIPM ENT liwviili Elictrie, lie. R<>stdenU«i,Farm, Camp Commercial •Electric heat (Free estim ates) •Elecpleal supplies of a ll kinds •Appliances and insulation PH. 376-8113 D A R I - R O O l B o u - M a l i c M i l k e r s a n d B u l k T a n k s Harman Martlnsburg Ortllib 376-2707 INSURANCE THIS SPACE AVAAABU FLOW ERS WAfi&NER-intaOK AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE 120 Schuyler S t., Boonvllle, N.Y. T e l. 942-4428 CRAY'S FLOWER SHOP R e a l Se P e r m a n e n t A r r a n g e m e n t s 3 1 4 S O U T H J A M E S S T . C A R T H A G E P H O N E 4 9 3 - 3 7 9 0 T o l l F r e e F r o m C o p e n h a g e n A r e a RUBBER STAMPS A T JOURNAL ft REPUBLICAN

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