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f i . B R l l t N A l I REPUBLICAN. I I W V I U E , N.Y. w W WEINESIAT. IANUARY I ? , 1 1 1 3 Ite MirttMra Ntw York Haart Association Oratefatiy Accoat^EM O R W L GIFTS By Toiapkoni (378-2819) Or By MaiL AcfcMwktfguMnt is Scat Ta The BortavaO Family. KINDLY MAIL OR PHONE YOOR GIFTS TO: ORS. H/Wao WOOLSCHLAGER Laatis M y Haart Braacb WHAT’S HAPPENED By Margaret Carter 376-3238 8ET MAXIMUM PROFIT FROM YOUR SILAGE WITH A G W A Y H I -C A L 2 0 ITS THE FEED MADE S P E C IA L L Y FOR HIGH SILAG E FEEDIHG • 20% P ro tein • Calcium and Phosphorous Lovels Boosted For Intake And Balance H FA R M E R 'S CO-OP INC. SOO SHADY AVE. LOWVILLE, N.Y* PH O NE37^65S^ mHlMMI ......................... 1 * h e S S T I OBOIH MiPP! H I 11M R (~R n T •!! O' 1 I IH « Zenith Chapter N o .#46,O .E.S., met Wednesday evening a t 8 p.m . a t theM asonlc T em p le, M r. P e rry Hushagen accompanied at the piano by his wife, Glenda, sang several numbers a l t e r which In­ stallation of officers took place. Refreshments were served a fter the meeting tn the dining room and the outgoing patron and matron opened the many gifts that they had received. M iss Mary Beth Kdzloskl, daughter of M r. and M rs. Fran­ cis Kollos kl, 5417 Stowe St., has been named to the dean’s list for the (all sem e ster at Oswego State Uolversity College, where s h e ls a sophomore m ajor­ ing In elementary education. Eighteen m em bers and one guest of the East Lowville Home­ m akers met Wednesday, January 10, a t the home of M rs, Florence Cowan, ChurcbSt. A lter a covered dish luncheon Gladys HIgby pre­ sided at a s h o rt b u siness meeting. Following the meeting M rs. A rlene Shalfrey taught a lesson on Cro-Hook-Knlttlng. The next meeting will be February 14 at the home of Adelaide Cooke, Jef­ ferson St. The Lewis County General Hospital has received word that BUI Raymond ls now a qualified licensed technician. He will continue work in the hospital. LowvUle Bridge Club scores for gam es played January 9 at T rinity Episcopal Church a r e a s foUows: Ira Eldred and Lou P e ters, S9; Dave Gordon and Pat Brown, 36; Ed Sweet and Bette Sweet, 84 1/2; Madeline Andre and Jen. Burkhart, 32 1/2. There were four tables p layed. M rs. Anna Cham b ers, 5356 Dayan St., Is vacationing a t Kis­ sim m ee, Florida, for a few months. Six m embers of the LowvUle C trcletts met Wednesday, Jan­ uary 13, a t the home of M rs. Donna O’Connor, Campbell St. A short business meeting was held. A lesson on pork was given by M rs. G loria M anner. D e s e rt and coffee were s e rved for re­ freshm e n ts. The next meeting will be February 14 with M rs. Donna W eller, Sunset D rive, as DOStESSa M rs. William c . O’B rien and daughter, C a ro, Weehawken, New Jersey, visited M rs. Lena O’Brien and M iss Genevieve O’B rien. 5356 D a m n S t., January 12 . Twenty members m et January 13 at the home of M rs. Charles O’Brien, LowvUle - Carthage Road. A s h o rt business meeting was held. A lesson on “ E asy Entertaining” was taught by M rs. Alice Sauter and M rs. Jane Col­ well. Refreshments w e re s e rved. The next meeting will be a Valentine party February 14 with a covered dish luncheon. M rs. Jane ColweU, LowvUle - Carthage Road, will be the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Harold O’B rien, S r ., left January 9forafew w e e k s vacation at New Port Ricble, Florida, RECIPE OF THE WEEK Chocolate Marshmallow Harp- tacks. 1 - S oz. package cream cheese 2 tablespoon milk 2 cuns sifted confectioners sugar 2-1 oz. squares unsweetend chocolate, melted 1/4 teaspoon vanilla dash of s a l t 3 cups mlnature marshmallows Flaked coconut a s desired. Combine softened cream cheese and milk until well blend­ ed. Gradually add sugar. S tir tn chocolate and vanilla and sa lt. Fold in m arshm allows. D rop rounded teaspoon of m ixture In coconut. Toss until well covered. Place on baking sheet and chill until firm . Makes about four dozen. • Anna Mae S trife At Convention M r s . Gordon Glngertch, Di­ vision S treet, LowvUle, con­ sultant f o r Fashion Two Twenty cosm e tics, attended a one-week convention at C a e s a r 's Palace, L a s V e g a s, Nev. T h ree thousand representatives attended the In­ struction sem inar for lectures, training and new products in the cosm etic Industry. In 1972 Fashion Two-Twenty cosm etic Industry was approved by the American Medical Associ­ ation t o advertise in their medical journal, which ls the firs t cosm etic in the Industry e v e r to get the honor. Fashion Two- Twenty Is rated num ber two in d ir e c t sales and has a triple rating in Dunn and B roadsheet. The highlight o f the convention was the form al ball with music by President Nixon’s Inaugural ball orchestra. Lowville Plaza MODERN COIN-OP LAUNDRAMAT Register For Free Prizes. Try our modern facilities: 20 Speed Queen top lo a d i n g w a s h e r s 4 Speed Queen S u p e r 2 0 ’s 2 M i lnor 35 lb. w a s h e r s 12 Speed Queen dryers THE BOSS IS OUT OF TOWN S O W I ’ B K CM LSBRATIHO B Y H A V I N O A PR IC S -SLASH IIM P U T T E E S THE BOSS LEFT LAST SATURDAY FOR THE NEW YOIJK FURNITURE MARKET ON A BUYING S P R E E , AND HAS INFORMED THE EMPLOY­ EES THAT ALL PRICES HAVE BEEN INCREASED ON 1973 FURNITURE SO THE EMPLOYEES ARE SLASHING PRICES ON OUR HUGE 150,000 INVENTORY STOCK TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW MERCHANDISE, SAVE 10% T O 40% FAMOUS BRANDS BARCA-L0UNGER, KR0EHLER, jQ Q CHAIRS G L A Y T O N - M A R C U S , were $599S to $198 S A M N 0 G R E , $39.95 $149.95 72 RECLINERS wen m h t c J H R * SALE PRICE to $68 SALE P M C E . to $159.95 H ere's the chance you've been looking f o r to buy a fine c h a ir now at an unbelievable p r ice. In all styles and fabrics . , . you owe It to yourself to shop where'you have the largest selection of chairs, rockers and recliners. DON’T MISSS OUTIlIlllUH __ * * \ \ DINETTES 3. S. 7. I 1 ft. Sets $29* $ 4 9 * $79* $99* Modern, Colonial & Spanish 3-P c . S et REG. $39.95 5 - P c , S et REG. $59.95 7-P c .S e f REG. f 99.95 9-Pc. Set REG. $189.95 DINING ROOM 5-pc. Maple Dinette $129” $229 Pine T restle Table St Z benches \ F 1 w v m u 7-pc Spanish Dinette $279 \>-!!* J*PC. . . . rm e D inette f O $299 $229 Pine Dry Sink e D ry mr $359 Pine Buffet & Hutch SAVE ON LIVING ROOM Orig. $198 o r ig . $249 $133 $169 $198 $248 •A ll styles *AU covers * All colors ‘ F amous nam ea. Hurry! Choose yours while selection Is the largest. ________________ _ ____________ _ SEALY * SPRING AIR • THERA PEDIC MATTRESS or BOXSPRINGS REG. $59.95 KEG. $ 7 9 ,95 $39.95 $55 REG. $89.95 $59.95 S D K OH HOLLYWOOD OIOS Complete with fram e and wood head ealy Button F r e e Sealy Quilt Too Keg. $109,95 Reg. $ 129.95 Famous brands', late s t styles, covers and c o lors. Sleep-sotas open to sleep two on m a ttress. ISOFA BEDS A SLEEP-SO F A S 1 Reg. $99.95 to $849.95 Allergenic Foam $75 to $279.95 RUGS & CARPETING REG, $2,99 TO $8,95 YD, $1* to $5® yd. ROOM SIZE RUGS $49* $99* sale! so BEDROOMS MARKED DOWN R O N OUR SHOWROOM ft WAREHOUSE- R e g u l a r $149 to $649 iNOW 0NL $994589 D rasttc price reductions on 59 bedrooms! M editerranean, Mod­ ern , French, Traditional styles tn A v a riety of finishes, made by such famous m anufacturers as Kemp - Jamestown • Caldwell - Fashion T rend. Everything sold on f ir s t c e m e - f lr s t served basis with sensational savings on each suite , . . come e a r ly-sav e blgl Choice of 4 to 10 drawer UNFINISHED CHEST $19.95 49.95 SET OF 2 STEP AND COFFEE TABLES Sot o f $ $25 3 4 m * 1 9 ’ PINE BREAK- F A S T I t BOOK­ CASE Dark or light $118 WATERTOWN MATTRESS GO, SHADY AVE. 3 7 6 - 2 0 1 2 L O W V I L L E

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