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2 - B JOURNAL AND REPUBLICAN,LOWVIllE.N.Y. WEDNESDAY. JULY 11, 1973 G o l f L e a g u e S t a n d i n g s July 3 standings of tor Harris* vllte Man’s Golf L*agur of the Jim-Mur Course In Gouvarnaur ara as follows: Division No. 1 « G. Bucking* ham and N, Lawrence, 6 i/2- 1 1/2; P. Belrua and L, Myars, 5 1/2-2 1/2; J. Miner and K. Dickinson, 8 1/2-2 1 / 2 ; W. KU- bourn and R. KUbourn, 5-3; R. Burgass and H. Dooley, 4-4; L. Malbauf sod H. Leaperance. 3- i/2-4 1/2; A. Dooley and- R. Richer, 3 1/2-4 1/2; F. Scott and G. Backus, 2 U 2-5 1/2; C. Rtptey and R. Parov, 2 - 8 ; T. KUhourn and D . Basselte, 2 - 6 . Dirts km No. 2 . T. Kamin­ ski and F. Jenack, 7-1; J . Hath- way and P. ChamberUln. 6-2; D. Manchester and D. Manches­ ter, 6-2; R. Stereos and J . Dun- don, 5 1/2-2 l/2; R. Darlson snd w. Jenack, 4-4; L. Dashnaw and C. Folsom, 3 1/2-4 1/2; C. Wtl- ltamson and L. Hathaway, 3 1/2- 4 1/2; H. Seymour and R. Hlr- schey, 2-6; K. Johnson and L. Slmser, 1 1/2-6 1/2; E. Rice and S. McIntyre, 1-7. On July 24, tbe HarrisvUle League golfers and their ladles will be served a smorgasbord at. the clubhouse, following tbe completion of tbe evening’s mat­ ches. o F A R M E R S check your second growth alfalfa for weevil. If prsssnt, contact CASTORLAND AGWAY for Alfalfa Spray 22E. Custom application available. Will also control spittle bugs and loaf hoppers. CASTORLAND AOWAT Phone 493-2680 or 376-3330 STILLW ATER HOTEL M O T E L A C C O M M O D A T IO N S SC E N IC S T IllW A T E R RESERVOIR Don’t miss our Friday night Fish Fry AUO SHRIMP. SC AU0P$ S SIIAJI. Dan ft Sue Mahonoy 357-4945 RETIRES - Mrs. Roland (Mar­ lene) Alexander, retiring South Lewis Central teacher, was honored by friends at a retire­ ment dinner at the Central Hotel, Glenlleld. Louis Mihalyi was master of GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY - Mr. and Mrs. Royce E. Shaffrey, Wa­ ters Terrace, LowvUle, ce­ lebrated their 50th wedding anni­ versary Sunday, July 1, during an open bouse at the Lowville Com­ munity Room. The reception was given by their children, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stans bury, Mar 11 la, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Yandeau, Frank­ lin, anil Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Shaffrey, Clayton. Mtss Alene Woo layer and Royce Shaffrey, both of Copenhagen, were married June 30, 1923, at the Church of the Redeemer, Wa­ tertown, by tbe late Rev. D J ) . Waugh. They were attended by Miss Vera Andrus and tbe late Earl Hartley, Copenhagen, who were married In August the same year. The couple has resided in tbe l i f l f j h h i m m V v l l A T 9 iA M A T A D O R ? Stop A t Lowvilie M o tor Sales And W e Will Show You! of the finest intermediate cars on the market. Nice Selection on hand. I l l DEALER DEMO • A V-8, p.*., Ind. Spats, Radio, Air Conditioning, Auto., Sava O n This. L o w v i l l e M o t o r S a f e s N r a « I 7 i > 7 i i i MEMBER LEWIS COUNTY DEALER ASSOCIATION ( o i y r t f d a t j o n s to Al & D o t Fayle on the opening of the R o a r i n g B r o o k M o t e l Resaurant and new units. L o w v i l l e F a r m e r ' s C o - o p G e n e r a l Contractors (Photo by Urbanlak) Copenhagen - Lowville area throughout their married life. Mr. Shaffrey retired ln 1968 from the Schlieder Coal Co. and Is presently employed at the Lewis County Court House. Mrs. Shaffrey ta active ln the Ntkomls Rebekah Lodge, and both are members of the LowvUle Senior Citizens’ Club. They received cards, gifts and greetings from over 150 persons. L i b r a r y S c h e d u l e The LowvUle Free Library is closed Saturdays during July and August, and ta open dally from 2:30, to 5:30 p.m. and Tuesday and Friday evenings from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Begin Ing on July 19, there wlU be story hours and movies for children, aged three through sev­ en, on Thursdays at 10 a.m. “ Circus Fun” Reading Club for ages 8-13. Children may join the club and borrow books any time. Mra. Fred Ramage, librarian, has announced that the following books, appearing on tbe Best Sellers Lists In thb New York Times oo June 10 and Time Magazine on June IS, are now In the Library: Adult Fiction: “ Breakfast of Champions’’ - Vonnegut; “ The Great American Noyel’’ - Roth; ’•Evening in Byzantium’’ - Shaw; “ The Matlock Paper\ -Ludlum; ’ ’ Jonathan Livingston Seagull” - Bach; “ The Odessa File” - For­ sythe; \Law and Order” -Uh- nak; “ Green Darkness’’ - Setcn; “ Tbe Summer BeforrthvDark” - Lessing. - Adult Non-Flctlon: “ Laughing AU Tbe Way** . Howar; “ I’ m OJC. Youre O.K.’’ - Harris; “ Hour of Gold. Hour of Lead” - Lindbergh; ’Berplce” . Maas; “ Dr. Atkins' Diet-Revolution” - Atkins;. Other new books purchased In May and June are now tn the Lt- brary and listed as foUovs: “ Tbe Occult; a History” - Wilson; “ Adoptton-Ia It For You?” . Dywasuk; “ Medical Advice For The Traveler’’ - Cahill; \Holly- wood and the Academy Awards” - Fredrtk; “ W.C.Fields and Me” . Carlotts Monti; “ Miss Seton Sings” - Carrie; “ ThreeCbeers For Me” - Jack; \Great His­ toric Places’* » American Heri­ tage; “ A Guide of Great His­ toric Places” - American Heri­ tage; “ Encyclopedia of Con­ tinental Army Units” - Berg- \AprU Snow\ - Budd; “ Pure as a Lily” . Cooks on; “ The Kennedy Case” - Dallas, Attend Graduation Mr, and Mra. Francis Crusa- fuili, Glenfleld, attended the gra­ duation of their niece, Sandra Jean Bowers, formerly of Glen­ fleld, si commencement exer­ cise* Monday, June 25, at 7:30 p.m. at WUllamavUIe HlghSchoot, E . K l o s t e r D e a d A t 9 3 The funeral for Edward Klos­ ter, 93, of Indian River, who died July 6 In Lewis County General Hospital, wtll be July 9 at the family home and in St. Anthony’s Church, Indian River, Rev.Carey Kean, pastor, officiating. Burial was ln St. Vincent de Paul Ce­ metery, Belfort, Mr. Kloster ls survived by three daughters, Ruth Kloster, Mrs, Erma Boliver, Mrs. Ger­ ald (Boris) Chartrand, all of In­ dian River; three sons, Albert, Croghan, Anselm, and Leo, both of Indian River; 14 grandchildren, 39 great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews. He was born at Indian River Feb. 29, 1880, son of John and Mary Back Kloster and had lived In that section all his life. He was employed years agoaa a car­ penter for Lehman and Zehr and then worked fo r the C roghan Town Highway Department. Healsowas a farmer and self-employed car­ penter. He married Margaret Snyder, Oct. 24, 1905 ln St, Anthony’s Church. Mrs. Kloster died Sept. 7, 1961. Mr, Kloster was a member of St. Anthony’s Church and a for­ mer member of Indian River Grange. G o l f A t C a r l o w d e n On July 1, Edward Sweet, Den­ mark, scored his first hole-in- eoe. He hit i 9 iron on 141 jard par 3, 12th hole at Carlowden Country Club, He has been golf­ ing tor seven years. On June 23, Helen Scott carded a 39. This ta the lowest officia­ lly recorded women’s score this year. She resides In Carthage with her husband, EUlot Scott. On July 4, a Captain and Crew Tournament was held. The win­ ning team was made up of Chris­ tine Haley, Robert Snow, Jerry Haley and BUI Hauswlrth. Their score waa 34. Tied for second were the teams of Margaret Haley, Dong Jackson, Jerry Ha­ ley, Jr., and Jimmy Marllley, Jr. They were tied with Marge I Stevens, J r ., Turnbull, R. Deery, | and James Marllley, Vacation Bible Starting July 10, BethelChurch of the Nazarene oo Outer Dayan Street Ih holding a 10-day Vaca­ tion Bible School. It starts at 9 a.m. and goes to 11:30 a.m. each morning. Anyone interested ln attending may do so and It ls nol too late yet. Those who have any questions may contact Rev. Alder or Iva Mae Young. There will be a special ctoslngnrogram on July 22 during the Sunday School hour. »«#»< V a n ' s O r i v e - f n P I Z Z A S — S U B S — B A R - B - Q 'S S h r i m p - C h i c k e n - S a n d w i c h e s I A tSO Soft Ice Cream ( t a n . , ( , / i f n . , P T n i s t ) Mr. Sippy (Slush) - 4 flavors SPEC IAL * Sundaes - 4 flavors For Take Out P h o n o 3 7 6 - 7 0 4 2 O p e n 7 D a y s A W eek H a.m . till 1 o.m . I . I f a t * If. Lowvllle » 4 » » « 4 » 4 » 4 e » 4 8 4 » » » * > > > J i l ^ lowvllle ceremonies. Invocation was given by Mrs. Allan (Phyllis) Dean, former teaching principal of Glenfleld. Remarks were made by Edward Sieber, supervising principal, Harold Wuey, Junior- Senior High School principal, and William Alexander, elementary principal. A poem was written and read by Mrs. Morris (Eleanor) Burr. Soloa were given by Susan Mihalyi accompanied by Mrs, William (Roxanne) Alex­ ander. A gift from friends was pre­ sented by Owen Wtlllarfis, teach­ ing principal of Glenfleld Ele­ mentary School, A presentation of a scrap book of congratula­ tory messages collected from friends and public officials was made by Alan Woodruff. A moment of silent meditation was given in honor at tee late John Clark, former principal at General Martin Central School, an inspiration to many teachers. Mrs. Alexander ls retiring after 42 years of service ln tbei rural schools of Lewis County,) Turin School, General Martin' Central School and South Lewis Central School at Turin. E X C A V A T I N G Backhoe-Crawler-Loader S N O W R E M O V A L BUCK D IC K IN S O N P.O. Box 213. lowvllle, N.Y. Phone 376-7482 w © w 68 Dodg* Coronet V-8 automatic 64 Bulck Skylark 2 dr.. h.t., V-8, p.t. Lacey's Used Cars 65 Chevy Malibti V * ., p-s„ 4 dr. 69 Plymouth Fury II V-2. p.i. State St. 69 Mustang v-s. p.«. Orville Lacey 374-32SI T H E R O A R I N G B R O O K M O T E L wishes to thank the L o w v i l l e F a r m e r ' s C o - O p for their fine workmanship in the construction of our new MOTEL & RESTAURANT. A very special thanks to MR. GLENN STALTER for his untiring CRAIG FINEHUT and HARLEY NORTZ for their splendid workmanship and cooperation. To the Men of the Mechanical Trades of the Coop and Agway a very hearty and sincere thanks. THANKS AGAIN FELLOWS, Al & Dot Fayle T h e R o a r i n g B r o o k M o t e l wishes to announce the of their new Restaurant and 2 new Motel Units Open 6 a.m . - 9 p m Route 12 , 4 Miles South of Lowville SOFT ICE CREAM — ICE CREAM BAR — SUBMARINES BREAKFASTS — LUNCHES — DINNERS Al & Dot Fayle^ Prop . i

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