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I . MMIIftl m IENILICAN. LOWVILLE. N. 8 VEM E S M Y , TOM M Y 1, 1973 AUTOMOTIVE PARTS Goodyear Tires W H 8 LES1LE m DETM L All Sizes In Stock M o p a r P a r t s G l a s s F B I * 1 1 H O E S BE C M S Radiator Repair OFFICIAL HEW YORK STATE VEHICLE INSPECTION STATION BURKHART BROS, General Automotive Repair S M y Ave. Lowvllle 376*3313 Croghan Area News B r iefs Mrs. R o se Hrim Dead Com p letes Army C o u rse & _ .. „ - . . . Eaatera Mtlk Producers. Array Prtvste Ctowdd R. ^ M rs. Hrim is survived hy three Crouse, J r . , used on combat weapon*, daughters, M rs. Karel (Pauline) ' ~ T O W N N A L L T H E A T R E _______ Lowvllle, N . y . _________ FRI.-MOH. FEB. 9-12 A N E W STAR I S B O R N ! “ DIANA ROSS HAS TURNED INTO TINS YEAR’S BLAZING NEW MUSICAL ACTRESS!” -G a n * Sholit, NBC-TV “ A MOVIE DEBUT BY DIANA ROSS THAT IS REMARKABLE, BOTH FOR VOICE AND PERFORMANCE!” -CBS-TV “ A TRULY STUNNING PERFORMANCE FROM DIANA HSitTv -ADy NGS THE LUES MPW O U N l RCnPES CORPCPAICXJ e n d 88?OV GCStW (resent D I A N A R O S S IN T A D / S I N G S T H E a U E S * BlLLV D E E W I L L IA M S co -aam o p R i c h a r d p r y o r DvecrwJtJySOASYj fu»f ■ Produced tv javvitSToM ond JAMES S white Eaecutn* Produce* ? t'W GOQOv So-eeootay tv rEUEMCE wcCtOY ond CHbtS Cirvrv 8, SUZANN e de P«SSE Mu^c secve cy V[O R IE GQAND FknrMMflfiW.vaObl* InCCXOB A BWAWOUN1BCTUPE It— ittwrw CWi^0WtlW33»WPUml One Show 7:30 Feature 8:00 p.m. R k = C O M IN G F R I .- M O N . F E B . 1 5 - 1 9 W/MTMMEV nodHctsons I^St'TS TKMMttDI' MRS. HAROLD DELAPORTE Correspondent CROGHAN - M r. and M rs. Gerald Edwards a r e grandpar­ ents of thetr 30th grandchild. A son, Donald C h ristopher, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter (Nancy) Beyer, Lowvllle R.D. 1 on Jan. 26 al the House ot The Good Sam aritan, Watertown, weighing six pounds and five ounces. This ls the couple’s eighth child. They have five o ther sons and two daughters. The Croghan Town Baskeball Team have requested tan support at the following games in the Jefferson County Border League: The hom e gam es for the last round are Wednesday, Feb. 7, Cape Vincent; Wednesday, Feb. 14, Antwerp; Wednesday, F eb. 21, H a rrlsvllle; Wednesday Feb. 28, Lyme; and Wednesday, M ar. 4, Great-Bend. Gam es a r e played at Beaver Elver Central School gym at 8 p.m. The blessing of T h roats was held following the 7:30 evening Mass oo Saturday and the 8:30 a.m . and 10:30 a.m . Morning m asses on Sunday in St. S tep, a.m . and 10:30 a.m . morning Masses on Sunday ln St. Step­ hen’s Church, in honor of S t. Blaise. Richard T e rr llllon , son o f M rs. Veronica R. T e rrllllon and Jean Terrllllon, recently purchased the KtrschnerviUe Grange Hall and has re-m odeled the building Into a tavern, named “ M r. T’s Tavern.’’ The grand opening was held last Friday and Saturday night. Mr. T e rrllllon Is a form e r manager of Woolworth’s Store ln Norwich. “ Roger’s Fabric Outlet*’ has moved from Its f o rm e r location tn the home o f Mr. and M rs. Rex Day, Main S treet, to the William Burkhard and Sons sto r e . Main Street. The sto r e wtll be open every other Saturday, Hours a re 9 a.m . to 3 p.m . Opening d ay wasSaturday, F eb. 3. Roger Pickering, Tupper L ake, also owns and operates a fabric outlet In Tupper Lake. E lectricians Mate Mark Buck­ ingham, a m em ber of the U.S. Navy, was graduated from Elec­ tricians* School on Jan. 28 at G reat Lakes Naval Training Cen­ ter, Great Lakes, 111. He was transferred to New London, Conn., where be was assigned to the U.S.S. Gearing. He was stationed at Great Lakes, £11., since he entered the service, receiving his basic training and schooling lo elec­ tricity. His address la: Electricians’ Mate Mark Buckingham, 116 - 48 - 1176, R. Division, VJI.S. Gearing, D.D. 710 F.P.O ., New York, N.Y. 09501. After spending a few days here with bis parents, M r. and M rs. Zane Buckingham, he returned to New London on Sunday. Out of town relatives who at­ tended the funeral of Melvin C a m - pany Jan. 30 were M rs. Edward (Ada) F o s ter and M r. and M rs. Leonard Monnat, Syracuse. Robert Powers, a sophomore al Oswego State University Col­ lege, and a friend, Carl E lliot, a senior at Oswego State, w ere weekend guests at the home of Robert’s parent®, M r. and M rs. Harold M a rtin, Shady Ave. Weekend guests of M rs. Leon­ ard (D o ris) Bush were her daugh­ ter, Cynthia Bush and a friend M iss Carol Johnson, (BEAR), of Sanborn. Cynthia and Carol are sophomores a t Oswego State Uni­ versity College. Miss Johnson Is a room m a te of Cindy’s. B e a rers to r Melvin Campany, whose funeral was held last Jan. SO at 10 a.m . at St. Stephen's Church were: Lindsey Nortz, David Nortz, Richard “Dickie*’ Campany, Lynn Campany, Ken­ neth Bolfver arid Kevin Bollver, all grandsons. Donations may be made to Father Leo Memorial School. Eddie T u rck, son of M r. and M rs. Chester T u rck was taken b ; ambulance to Lew is County Gen­ eral Hospital during the past week, where h e was admitted a s a medical patient. A benefit dance for Tommy Rauber o t Beaver F a lls will b e held Feb. 17 and Is open to a ll S t, Paul’s Society atnd F a therL e o Memorial School m e m b e rs. The “ S treeter Boys\ will play from 9 p.m. to 1 a .m . M rs. Lena Turck, widow o f Leon Turck ls a medical p atient at Lewis County General Hospital. M iss Marcia Kohler spent tbe weekend with her parents, Mr. and M rs. Stanley Kohler. Miss Kohler is a se n io r a t Brock— port S tate U n iversity College. She is doing h e r p r a c tice teaching a t Britton Road School In a suburb of Rochester. M r. and M r s . Leslie V e r- Selmeitler a r e parents of their tenth child, a s o n , Paul Douglas, bom at Lewis County General Hospital on Ja n . 26 and weighing nine pounds and fifteen ounces. The couple has six other boys and three girls. The Croghan lio n s Club held its regular meeting at the Bel­ fort Inn on Wednesday evening M rs. Rose M. H rim , 64, o f 138 West S t., Boonville, widow of Daniel Hrim , S r ., died Jan. 22 ln Rome City H o spital, where she had been a patient one month. She had been ln 111 health h year. She was born tn Elizabeth, P a ., Aug. 6, 1308, a daughter o f John and Bertha C.Gawackl Gozalkow- ski and spent her younger life th e r e . She cam e to Ava with her fam ily tn 1922. She was m a rried to Daniel Hrim Sept. 25, 1925 ln Boonville. The couple lived ln Syracuse, Rome and Talcottvlllebefore s e t­ tling on a farm on Dutch Hill, Town of Leyden. Mr. Hrim died Aug. 28, 1967. M rs. Hrtm continued to operate the farm until about four years ago, when she moved to Boon- vtlle. She was a mem ber ofSt. M ary's Church, West Leyden, the Women with president Richard Monnat presiding. It was brought out that the Youth C e n ter was In full operation with many many o f the younger set taking advantage of It. It was also brought out that, when the weather cooperates, the skating rink has been Inoperatlon and ls being well patronized. The program for tte evening was a talk entitled “ Indian L o reto Upstate New York,*’ given by A rthur Etohorn. The talk was most Interesting and informative. M r. Einhorn, having a thorough knowledge of h is subject, held the attention of his audience through­ out the program . He made It even more Interesting by citing Instances that happened ln tte immediate vicinity in days gone by. Houtenbrlnk, Rome, M rs. Stanley (Florence) Czeplel, West Leyden, M rs. W alter (Betty) Bickford, Boonville; three sons, Daniel P ., J r . , Boonville, Stanley N., Rome, John R., West Branch; three s i s ­ te r s , M rs. Mltohel (Anna) Sene- sen, M rs, John (M ary) Potockl. both of Rome, M rs. Peter(H elen) Kyrowsa, Boonville; a brother, Joseph Gozalowski, Port Leyden; a half-brother, Edward G er- manski, Boonville; 19 grand­ children and one great-grand­ daughter. The funeral was J a n . 24 a t the T ralnor Funeral Home and in S t. M a ry's Church, West Leyden, Rev. Thomas D riscoll, pastor, officiating. Burial will be In St, Joseph’s Cem etery, Boon- ville. live on Blue S treet, Glenfleld, recently completed a 17-week 1969 graduate pf South fire control Instrument repair Lewla c e n tr a l School, T d r ln , en- course at the U.S. Army Oidance terwj the Army ln Ma rch and Center and School, Aberdeen f baste training a t F t, Proving Ground, Md. 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