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(, It. Val. * 2,500 *2*2.4* iy 19, m s AMILDA BRADISH itu m ? r Os tbat a r e stable, •ally free of pro- e p laces s o ils with severe limitations . Soil interpreta- ! kinds o f soil p ro- engineers and d e- investigate them tn i and d esign s tr u c - luce o r overcome way, decisions can !y about selecting lftc uses and maln- can be held to a instructing homes dings on d e sirable s o pportunities for Ith a variety of r b e a u tyandtocon- tlon plan shows that is to be pro- egetatlon. W ater- erved and p rotec- reation a r e a s are ltable site s . Land flow from stream s ■ved and protected idlng and to pro- 1 open space for creation. lortant, a conser- ihows the location in m e a s u res, such ir diversions, te r - reserv o lr s , water led waterways, and g r a s s , trees and j accounts for the tuence of installing neasures in order maximum control sedimentation. County Soil and vatlcn D istrict of- nple conservation topers o f this type, a booklet entitled, ir Erosion andSed- l in Urban A reas' icellent Information aslon and control Into som e o f t h e , 1 t o control erosion itlon la developing next Conservation nament ly • dec. Thomas ec. Nickerson (CS) »va (West> 5-0; and (Chit) 4-0. 105 lb b - dec. M iller (BL) Its (Mex) 8-2; dec. :f (BG) 5 -1; and dec. ) 6 - 1 . 112 lb. Ron ec. by Coyne (M ar) Gary P e ters - dee. toB ) 14-6. 126 lb. 8-3; and dec. Pex- lan ) 14-6. 126 lbs. art • dec. Wonder c. Hatch ( W S f 5-2; CD) 8-3; and dec. 1-3.132 lbs. L a rry nned Stack (W est- :. Haney (Pho) 17-9; r(O ) 15-7; and d ec. ton) 9-3. 138 lbs. - dec. K i t e (CS) ! d e c . o v er Horrigan by Osborne (Stan) Burfee (Chit) 4:34. e P e ters - planed Pho) 0:42; 155 lbs. - dec. Bass (Gaz) Eaton (West) 5-0. illy Balaah - dec. i) 19-1; pinned by 4:27. 177 lbs. Dan !. by Beeves (M ar) Sandy Bernat - pln- BG) 3:00; dec, by I 6-1. Uni - Rick :. Matzke (Pho) 4*3; mmeyj (Chit); pm - ) 1:45. ’ * !y (23-2-0) and S te- ) the season Is no! th local mat sta r s etfag in the Section •C lass champion- staged at the Utica al this Saturday, h e r will be the top ts in each weight tt of Section Three schools). AU Ind­ ’s of thisSaturday's 'ill represent See­ the StateCbsmplon- eld a t the sam e s ite . Starting tim e for eatllng wUlbe 11:00 m t S e t S p .m . in the school Any civic o r i, o r any school la iy enter candidates TheK lw ants Club, with the m splepro- awstrd cash prizes . Information r e - ontest may be ob- icllng PeleG rogan, b o o l ithool for fire police r police wilt- * t a r t under th* super- w l f f Clarence E. w*e* will be IteW Academy and Cec­ il 7 p,m. Persona n auxiliary police contact the Lewttt Defense office o r mty Sheriff# office. I I \ F r 4 $ n - j k Songs of the Sixties an Instant Musical SATURDAY. MARCH 3 SU N DAY MARCH 4 7 : 3 0 p . m . First Presbyterian Church Lowville D o i u i t i n n - A d u l t s $ 1 C h ild r e n - .5 0 P Poulsen On Track Team Dick Poulsen of Lowvllle is a member of the Cortland State College Indoor track team. A returning letterm a n , Poulsen Is the son of Mr. and M rs.V ictor Poulsen of Lowvllle. He Is com­ peting In the distance events for the Red Dragons this season.The senior, a graduate of Lowvtlle Academy High School is majoring in m athematics. Under Coach Joe Pierson, now In his seventh year as head track coach for the State University College at Cortland, the Indoor track team has captured five con­ secutive titles in the New York State College Track and Field Association. In three sta r ts this season, the track team has “\compiled a 2-1, won-lost record, sweeping S y ra­ cuse and Rochester and recently losing to Lehigh. Everyone saves for a rainy d a y . . . How about sunny days J « S f 0 ) L e u ) i j Savings'— A M D L O A M A S S O C IA T IO N ! Route 1 2 , S outh of Lowville Did you know that you fan add to your present mortgage? N O R T H C O U N T R Y B U S I N E S S D I R E C T O R Y GUIDE TO LOCAL SERVICES WHERE TO BUY IT . . . WHERE TO HAVE IT . . EXPERT SER FILES OF A I L KINDS . . . Croghan News Briefs By M rs. H a r o ld D e L a P o r t e Ph. 346-6863 CROGHAN - The annual Cro­ ghan Firem e n ’s Banquet was held Saturday night at the V.F.W. Rooms In Lowvllle. Father Anthony Moore, O.F.M ., gave the blessing. P r e s ­ ident Julius Meyer welcomed the firem e n , their wives and friends. He then Introduced the officers: vice president, Floyd Martin; Secretary, David Hirsch; treas­ u r e r , William Meyer, fire chief, William Morrow; F irst assistant chief, Gilbert Monnat; second a s ­ sistan t chief, Ronald Bush, third assistant chief, Virgil Wldrlck, president of the Ladle's F ire Auxiliary, M rs. Carol Kerfien. The report for the year was read as follows: Ambulance traveled 3.089 miles; Lowvllle. hospital calls, 35; V.A. Hospital Syracuse, 3 calls; Watertown Hospital, 9 c alls; Carthage Area Hospital, 3 calls, fire calls - three chimney fires, three car fire s , three barn fires, one flooded furnace, one forest fire, one refrigerator fire, one house fire, and one lost of life; Total fire s , 13. The average number o f men attending each f ire was 30. Pins awarded tor years of s e r ­ vice: Five year pins - Bruce LaChausse; Joseph LoconU and C h a rles Marolf; Ten year pins - C raig Martin and Virgil Widrtck; 15 y e a r p ins - Allan Buckingham, Ronald Bush, Jam e s Marllley and Ira Z e h r; 20 year pin - John Campany; 25 year pins - Gilbert Monnat and Howard Nortz. The award for the “ F trem a n o f the Year” was made to Glen Golden, having 32 years of s e r ­ vice. New firem en w ere In­ troduced, including Bruce M athis, Ronald Nortz, Ronald R ltz, Joseph Kalamas andStephen Campany. Bernard Boulto of West Carthage, junior past president o f the New York S tate Firem e n 's A ssociations, gave a talk on New laws pertaining to the firemen and talked about the Firem e n 's Home on the Hudson. He stated that the Bremen may go there when they re t i r e o r need care. He a ls o said that anytim e anyone is tn the Hudson area they may stop and visit the home. In dosing, a short p rayer was given by F a ther Anthony. Dancing was enjoyed following the meeting. The condition of Robert Buell, 22, son of Mr. and M rs. Bryce Buell' of LowvlUe, grandson of M r. and M rs. Guy Z e h r, formerly of Croghan, who recently moved to LowvlUe, and great grandson of M rs. Jam e s D . (Alice) Zehr, Croghan, rem ains critical at this writing. BueU was severely burned last Friday In the employee of a construction company while working on a construction job at a plaza a t S a rasota Springs,when a gas main exploded. He was taken to a hospital In S a rasota S prings and then removed to Albany Medi­ cal Center to Albany. His mother FOR SPACE IN THIS D I R E C T O R Y CA L L 3 7 6 * 3 5 2 5 / to the form er M arie Zehr, formerly of Croghan, daughter of Mr. and M rs. Guy Z e h r. His father la a native of Lovyville. M rs. Florence Albreck, iwldow of M. C. Alberck, form e r ^nnual sum m er visitors of relatives here and aunt of M rs. Harold De La Porte fell at tbe home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and M rs. Norman (Constance) Burns, Arlington, Va., and fractured her left hip and arm . She was a patient at Arlington General Hospital for the past five weeks and was transferred recently by plane, to SL John’s Home to Rochester. M rs, Albreck resides with her daughter, Constance, and husband to Arlington during the winter months and spends the sum mer months in Rochester with her other daughter, M rs. Harland (Kathryn) Smith. She is the form er Florence Shtobourne, a native ot Croghan. A Memorial Requiem Mass will be o ffered In S L S tephen's Church on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. for Paul La VaUey, a form er resident of Croghan - Beaver F a lls area and a form er member of St. Stephen’s parish, who died recently tn his native Mas­ sachusetts. M rs. LaVaUey, his wife and son restded tn Beaver F a lls where M r. LaVaUey was employed. In later y e a rs, M r. La Valley purchased the home of the late F rank £ v e rard, C roghan- Beaver F a lls Road. They moved from this area a few y e a rs ago-. Confessions In preparation for F i r s t Friday will be heard In SL Stephen’s Church on T h u rs­ day from 4-5 p.m. and before Thursday night M ass. M asses on Friday in SL Step­ hen's Church: 7 a.m . and 10:45 a.ra. Rosary Devotions at 7:30 p.m ., with Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacram enL Meeting of SL Stephen’s Rosary Society at 8 p .m ., tn the Church Hall. At I t a w i m u n II umc Coast Guard Airm an Paul D. Levesque, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Levesque, Brantlng- ham, h as reported for duty at the Coast Guard Air Station, Barbers Point, Hawaii. He will b e assign­ ed to d u ties as an AvlattonStruc- tural MechanHs. Aviation S truc­ tural Mecham is Inspect maintain and repair safety equipment, hy­ draulics system s and fuselages and wings aboard naval a ircraft. He joined the Coast Guard In March 1971. The children of Father Leo Memorial School will sing the 10:30 a.m , m ass on Sunday. This m a s s will be offered for tbe spiritual and temporal welfare of the school children, their faculty and staff, and a lt the kind benefactors of the school. Open house will be held at the school on Monday, March 5. All parents, relatives and friends of F.L.M .S.are urged to attend. Present wtll be teachers, visitors, professors and super­ visors, along with o ther visitors. A drive for subscriptions to the North Country Catholic will take place during M arch. Mem­ b e r s . of tie ■ Catholic Youth Organization will make a door- to - door canvass for sub­ scriptions, M rs. and M rs. Wesley Dutton and daughter, Ju lie, 6, returned Saturday night from a week’s vacation ta F lorida, Wheeling,W, Va., and New M arket, Va. While In Florida, they visited Martaeland and the Ripley’s B e - . Ueve It o r Not Museum and an alligator farm , fa Wheeling, w . Va., they attended the WWVA Jam b o ree and to New M arket, Va., they visited Endlers Caverns. Dawn Spencer and her brother, Bary, children of M r. .and; M rs, Jam e s Spencer of Raymoruhrtlle, spent the p a s t week,(Mldterm r e ­ cess) with their grandm o ther, M rs, Gerald D, Spencer. M rs, C h e ster T u rck and her son-fa-law and d aughter, Mr. and M rs. Robert Bruce were InSyra- cuse last Sunday, Feb. 18, where they visited Edward T u rck, son of M r, and M rs. Turck and brother of M rs, Bruce (Rosie) T u rck, who is a patient a t the Veteran’s Hospital. J . Russel Tabolt has purchased the form er Fred P ierce Garage on Bank S treet, owned by Vincent Beecher. The monthly meeting of the Town Board will be held a t 7:30 p.m. on Monday, March 12, at the office of the town c lerk , Mrs. Urban Farney, Lower Main Street. Mr. and M rs, Robert Muth have returned to their home In Mechanicville after spending a few days h e re visiting h is mother, M rs. George (Monica) Muth. Bearers for M rs. Angelins Bush, widow o f Clinton Bush.Sr., whose funeral was held Feb. 20 at St. Stephen’s Church,Croghan, were Rodney Bush, Bernard Bush, Richard Bush, J r . , Keith Bush, Thomas M erry and K. Ralph Bush, all grandsons. M rs. Sylvia Sullivan, Crunert Block, was taken by ambulance to Lewis County General Hospital on Monday, Feb. 19, where s h e Is undergoing medical treatm e n t. Mr. and M rs. R o b e rt Ritz and family of Camden were Sunday guests of his mother, M rs. Al­ bert (Nora) Ritz. M r. and M rs. L e s lie Lyndaker, Croghan, have returned home af­ ter spending two w eeks vacation­ ing tn Florida. They v isited . friends and relatives in D aytona,\ Sarasota and Orlando and were guests of Hosts Internationale at Colonial fan on St. Petersburg Beach. Among Interesting p laces visited were Cape Kennedy and Disney World. Enronte home they were one of many hundreds stranded 32 hours In South Carolina due to the State’s record blizzard and stayed at the State A rm o ry at Alandale, where food was pro­ vided by the national guard. Thanks to the highway patrol they were given a route around Columbia so left the area long before the main route was open to traffic. Miss Gerst Engaged The announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss LuAnne G e rst, daughter of M r. and Mrs. C a rl G e r s t, Burlington, Iowa, to Peter B e y e r, son o f M rs. Nina Beyer, Lowvtlle. Miss G e rst attended South­ eastern Iowa College and Is c u r - r sSr JOURNAL AND REPUBLIC AN, LOWVILLE, N.YQ » WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1973 rently employed In the Memorial Hospital Pharmacy ul Burlington, Iowa. Mr. Beyer manages Beyer’s Mens and Boys* ‘StKJp In Lowvllle and also tutors private music students. A July wedding Is planned. Sleeping bags Snow Suits Parkas & Vests I 100% DOWN INSULATED ALL ITEMS IN STOCKI I The only o u tfitter In the North Country supplying only down Insulated products. | NOW AT RD LOWVILLE - Rt. 26A left at Elltogsworth Bridge | 6 ARY H0PPS DOWN PRO D U C T S ! Box 221 •* Lowvllle- J | I i I r I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I C H A M P I O N S H I P S N O W M O B I L E R A C E M a r c h 4 - I V a . m . LEW IS C O U N T Y F A I I tC S I O U N P S O P E N T O A L L D R I V E R S F R O M A N Y W H E R E Classes in c lu d e : J r ., W o m e n ’ s, M e n ’s, s tock, fre e a ir , m o d if ied a n d m o d ified fre e for a ll. W in n e r ta k e s 7 5 % of e n try fee in fre e fo r a ll. A L L O T H E R C L A S S E S P A Y B A C K 9 0 % , Entries open from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. for stock and until 1 p.m. for modified Sponsored By L o w v i l l e F i s h & G a m e C l u b 376-6915 «r 376-3107 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ORDER NOW AND SAVE A G W A ’ T h e r i g h t c o m b i n a t i o n o t A g w a y f l y c o n t r o l s g i v e s y o u y o u r f u l l m o n e y 's w o r t h . L e s s d i s e a s e . P r e v e n t i o n o f m i l k p r o d u c t i o n lo s s . P r o f i t p r o t e c t i o n . L e s s w a s t e d e f f o r t . B y o r d e r i n g n o w , y o u ’ll b e g e t t i n g m o r e t h a n y o u r m o n e y 's w o r t h — W o m o r e . H o u s e flies carry marry liv e s t o c k d i s c ,v-.es. an d ro u n d v v u r n w a n d ta p e ­ w o rm * ,' too flo r id l y in f e s tatio n reduce milk p r o d u c tio n by a*, m u c h a** 20'-- C a ttle g r u b flies, account for S lh O m illion a year >r» livestock losses C a n y o u a f f o r d n o t t o f o l l o w a s o u n d f l y - c o n t r o l p r o g r a m ? T h is is w h e r e A g svjy's G u a r d ian P e s t C o n tr o l P rogram com e s i n —w i’h a com p lete line of p r o d u c ts to hit flies, h a r d W h e r e v e r th e y happen to be W ith anim a l application, baits, sp f a y s , residuals, fogging. Y o u r A g w a y D a ir y E n terp r is e Salesm a n can help you set u p t h e tight fly - c o n tr o l p r o g ram for your dairy farm . T a lk t o him so o n G e t your o r d e r in by March s a n d sav e y o u r s e lf 1 0 'j. L o w v i l l e F a r m e r s ' I n c . P h . C o - o p 376-6589 HI Lowvllle

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