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v t o r a g e : B iy & jg e d ie lH e x m e ’s new high capacity Bones antt hig 54 -inch e Blower are eng* for extra years ot de ble service. Banger is to last ionger than ither leading forage It has a rugged all Irame, and the ply 1 f.aor and side walls 1 't warp or buckle perr p addles on the 54 i forage Blower and m e d i a n vent mean na “ b'cwpower per rsepower.’ See your idger deaier for .lore itails. J C K S n/ville r6 - 2 5 7 0 as k ! e r ANTED t s i o n i c e s airman Instrument he Repairman | i Equipment Photographic | Repairman Instrument ontJi, S i M l n 9 ,Y . Called M r s . N o r t o n , 9 1 , E x p i r e s Un“ « l S« “ \ ■» * young g irl • . LowvUle, widow ot and settled with h e r family tn the Michael E. Norton, died Feb. 18 Town of Gretg. She had lived to the Madonna Home, Watertown. moat o t h e r life tn Lewis County. ^ S ’m,,,,lng“ for >av i ? T * , bn r # m*s Mr*. Norton •>«. , *» ® * O .U s a d aughter,M r*. I - *W , E n g h S a ,^ « a ^ M l r n ' J0nes*LowvUl£. 3l* *r*M - daughter of Michael and Cecilia d r i n ^ n a SiX *reat-8ran<*ehU- fhton. Gallagher. S h e c a m e to ^ ^ ‘-freat-g r a n d - F r e s h & S p r i n g i n g C o w s a n d H e i f e r s Michael F. Storms C a r t h a g e , M . y . _____________________4 9 3 - 1 5 6 3 M r s . A . B u s h D e a d A t 7 5 she was a member of St. P e ­ te r 's Church. The funeral was Feb. 22 «t the Virkler Funeral Home and to St. P e ter's Church, Rev. Ron­ ald Asafalo officiating. Spring burial wilt be tn Lowville Rural Cemetery. M rs. Angelina Bush, 15, of LowviUe R.D. 3, widow of Clin­ ton L. Bush, S r ., died Feb. 1? In St. Luke’s Hospital, Utica, where she had been a patient six Clinton L. Bush and the couple operated farm s in the Beech Hill section all their m a rried lives. RTr. Bush died June 31), 1968. She w a s a member o lS t. Pe» days. She had been to falling te r ’s Church, New Bremen, health several years. M rs. Bush ts survived by five She was bom tn Beaver F a lls sons, Richard, Lowville. Cllf- Aprll 3, 1897, daughter of M r. ford, and Clinton, LowvUle, R.D. and Mrs. WtUlam Hall. On May 3 , Milton, L o w v ille, Kenneth, 16, 1915, she was m arried to Lowvlile Star Route; threedaugh- ■ I ■ I \ T ■! T ’ NASHUA MOBIL! HOMES •ute 12, South of Copenhagen 1 2 ’ x 41’, 12’ x 60’ and 20’ x 55’ STAPUN HOI HE HOME SALES £ Do Y o u W o n t I LOWER COM n r 1 R o b e r t B o s h a r t | 5 S6t^ lV«.Uifbwn Ave- I lowYiiic, n . y. I I I o m h - I ' r o m F l o r i t l u M rs. Pauline Kafltne, Water S t., LowvUle, and a friend, have returned home after a Florida vacation. te r s , Mrs. Stanley (Barbar; M e rry, LowviUe R.D. 3, Mrs. B a rry (Ruth) Juhasz, Stores, Conn. Mrs. George (Carol) Wagner, Solvay; a sister, M rs. Emmet (Katherine) Gillen, Bridgeport; two b rothers, Fenton Hall, Calcium, WUllam Hall, Gouvemeur; 55 grandchildren and 52 g reat-grandchildren. The funeral was Feb. 20 at the Virkler Funeral Home and In St. Stephen’s Church, Croghan, Rev. Anthony Moore, pastor, of­ ficiating. Burial will be tn St. Peter’s Cemetery, New Bremen, In the spring. , What’s New At Sunset B y H tild a h W e n d t JOURNAL AND REPUBLICAN,LOWVIUE, N.Y WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 1973 5 “ B BOONV1LLE - Two mo- The staff furnished a beao- vles were shown this week, ttfuHy decorate Valentine cake “Secret Cargo’’ and “T it t l e and punch. White T h roat.” Tuesday, M rs. Dale F e r r is M rs. GUes Benedict, c h a i r - with Troop 240 and Mrs. Richard man of the Social and H o spital- Armstrong with Troop 44 v isited lty Grange, made and presen­ ted 80 Valentine favors for the Valentine dinner. Wednesday afternoon, a Val­ entine party was held for the residents. M rs. Mary Ann Kel­ py furnished the music and led tbe singing of old time favorites. 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This Ad Effociivt Only if Grand Union Superfnirket in: lowvilla w ■ I W t l M t f o r j t i f d u P O M P 1 R C U S t O M I B W p Sunset and presented Valentine napkin holders as gifts. February 8, M rs, Abigail O’­ B rien, age 94, passed away. She had been a resident of Sunset f o r five y e a r s . M rs. O’Brien was a native of Cazenovta and a grad­ uate o f City Hospital, Providence, R. 1. She had nursed for years ta Providence and later In the UUca area. Her husband, Ed­ ward O’B rien, died years ago. She Is survived by a sister. Miss Ellen O’Connor, also a r e ­ gistered nurse who resides at Sunset. M r s , Eva Davts has returned to Sunset after spending several tnontbs with friends tn Livonia, M r s . Sandys DeVtsser con­ ducted the weekly art class on Monday morning. The Busy Elves 4-H Club, under the leadership of Mrs, John Blentck held a February birthday party Saturday afternoon for a n the Sunset residents who had a birthday In February. The Elves served cake and punch. Carl Tralnor furnished music. L o t t e r y W i n n e r s Recent $50 winners In the New York State Lottery were Richard V irkler, Sharp St., Lowville, and Vem Marolf, 5281 Dayan S t., LowvUle. FUST WATCH REPAIR Frta Ip at Of A Natch i We specialize In remount- | tag old Jewelry to s m a rt, | modern settings. ! CARTHAGE—LOWVILLE AIK IF TOR T8 BMP IN Fire Insurance Is not enough. Even a sm a ll a c ­ cident like this could cosf you your home. Get needed liability protection from a Homeowners o r Tenant* policy. Call us today; make s u r e you’re protected against slip-ups tomorrow. Jo h n D . M o o re And Son INSURANCE 3 7 6 -6 3 1 5 State SL - LowvUle E S ••n:3iCA£uau.Tv * T tjd e ^ v r i cf T h t O t w?/v 5 Smtci* Co. end tit t a c j s : t ! ( ’*i£j*irc E s s o . K E R O S E N E F U E L O IL COAL METER PRINTED OIL TICKETS Louis Bush And Sons, Inc Forest AVe. 375-3212 KT. J ’ 1

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