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>— 1W A N T E D : C A T T L E & H O R S E S I D E A D O R A L I V E $5 to $25 If called immediately Ph. 639-6895 P L A Y - D O - D O G F O O D C O . Dexter, N .Y e t WHAT’S HAPPENED ■' 1 By M n r j i i t r e l ( ' n r K * r \ 3 7 6 - 3 2 3 8 J i m ’ s H o m e B a k e S h o p •H o m e -M a d e Bread •Roils •Pies •Cookies & Donuts MAIN STREET HARRISVILLE 543-2516 S P O R T S M A N ! <Spo4spal Here’s why Is th e g r e a te s t dollar value In ca n o e s to d a y ! Dtm Mt tew ft N! CifrrMf Ndkt —- WAttWMi (A'tlCf I* H«tf OtKk MChM f tft lock n*r Udi ter tMM| Weight Only 2 9 ^ POUNDS • Wrcbtait dlKt TmtA aiwifi «a* n* >«•\!«’( uss 8ITAII ALL ITEMS LISTED ARE STANDARD f FEATURES • M n M d K - ' 12 ssd 14 feat MODELS G o r y G e p p t I m P r a « i« c * * in rid , yiuow « . 2«A Ot tha Blmk Hi,.,. luv-vill. AND OtIVI DRA. B L A C K T O P • D R I V E W A Y S \ W a r k i n o A R E A S FREE ESTIMATES •BACKHOE SERVICE • Driveway Sealing F r a n c i s J . S m i t h C o n s t a b l e v i l l a , N . Y . 3 9 7 - 2 1 1 3 Mr, and Mrs. William 'Veller, Sunset Dr., haVe returned after ■ spending a week In Detrlot,MIch. While there, they attended the National Holsteln-Frieslan As­ sociation meeting, Mr. Weller ls an official classifier. Mrs. Anna Winter, Camden, a former LowvlUe resident, left Monday for a tbree-month visit with her daughter, Mrs. Elmer Petersen, San Pablo, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Doyle, Schenectady, were weekend guests of Mrs.IreneJones,Dayan St. Mr. and Mrs, Dan Lang, Mid­ dletown, Conn., Mrs. Keith Bow­ man, Randolf, Vt., and Miss San­ dra Pugh, Holland Patent, were recent guests of Mrs. Mary Ste­ wart, Sharp St, Sunday, July 1, more than a hundred guests honored Mr. and Mrs. Royce Shaffrey at their 50th wedding anniversary cele­ bration at the Community Rooms of the Lewis County Trust Co. Sandwiches, punch and cake were served to the guests. TheShaf- freys received many cards and gifts and also a purse ot money. An anniversary cake was made by and decorated by Mrs. Charles Stansbury, East Aurora,daughter of Mr. and Mrs, ShaHrey, Out-of-town guests at the re­ ception were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Combs, Watertown; Mrs. Esther Combs, Watertown; Rev. and Mrs. Ralph E. Hessln- ger, Manila; Mr. and Mrs.Ossle Keenan, Natural Bridge: Mrs. Grace Semeer, Natural Bridge; Mrs. Robert Semser.NorthSyra- cuae; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Las- ber, Alexandria Bay; Mr. and Mrs. Charle*. Ferguson, Gouver- neur, N.Y.; Mrs. Dan Cotrupe, Blasdell; Mus Gladys Archer, Lacona; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boulton, LaFargeHUe; Kenneth Natali, Clayton; and Mr. Gary Kay, Clayton. House guests for the weekend were Ralph Yandeau and sons, Tom and Ted, Franklin; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stansbury and dau­ ghters, Megan and Debbie, East Aurora; Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Shaffrey and daugbters, Janna Lunda, and son, Michael,Clayton; Miss Camille E, Kot, tlvtston. Mrs. Ralph A. Yandeau has re­ turned to her home in Franklin, after spending a week with her Brlen and Miss Genevieve O'­ Brien, Dayan St., on Thursday, July 5. Mrs. William O’Brien anddau- ghter, Cara, Hackensack. N.J., spent Thursday with Miss Gene­ vieve O'Brien and her grand­ mother, Mrs. Lena O'Brien. A large congregation attended the Installation of the Rev, John VouHarten as the new minister of the First Baptist Church of LowvUle on Sunday evening, July 8, with Rev, Albert Coffey pre­ siding. The Invocation was given by Rev. Robert Nay. FoUowlng a solo by Miss Ann Walthart, Rev. Bruce Chapman gave \The Read- • • • Great mormngsdon’i just happen They start the night before. That's why we recommend Posture- pedic-The Unique Back Support System. De signed m cooperation with leading orthopedic surgeons for comfortably firm support \No morning backache from sleeping on a too-soft mattress\ Choose Extra Firm or Gently Firm. Prices start at IQQ95 t I f 0 ’A!*. At The Churches tng of Gods Word\. Rev, Albert Coffey then de­ livered a sermonette. Mrs.Eve- lyn Carpenter spoke on “ The Church's Call.’* The “ Act of Installation” was performed by Rev. Robert Williams, This was followed by the Installation prayer by Rev. Howe Perry and “ The Ri­ ght Hand of Fellowship\ by Rev. Donald Casselman. Words ot wel­ come were spoken by Mayor Leo­ nard Virkler, Rev. Ladd Harris and Rev. Robert Williams. Af­ ter a solo bv Manfred Von Mar­ ten, the Rev. VonHarten gave the benediction. An Informal reception to greet Rev. and Mrs, Von Harteti and visiting clergymen was held In the church basement Immediate­ ly following the service. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ramage, North State St., are on a two- week vacation to Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, Seaman Michael Ramage, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ramage, has left for San Diego for a new assignment. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Payne and chUdren, BUlle, Beth and Barbara, North StateSt.,have re­ turned after spending a week vis­ iting Mr. Payne’s brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wil­ liam Payne, Harrisburg, Pa. Rev, and Mra, Bill Wilson, and chUdren, Jonathan and Christo­ pher, Fort Lauderdale, Fla,, have moved Into the Denmark Baptist parsonage on Dayan St. Rev. Wil­ son has accepted a call to the Denmark Baptist Church. Mrs. Zelma Smith, New York City, ls visiting her son,Oliver Smith, and family. Park Avenue, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Berry and chUdren, David, Laura and Steven, North Easton, Mass., are visiting Mrs. Allen Bush, Dayan St. Mrs. Berry was formerly Gall Bush. LowvUle Bridge Scores for ga­ mes played June 3 at the Trinity Episcopal Church are as follows: Clara Byrnes and Helen Camte, 49 1/2; At.Eckelman and Anne Eckelman, 49 1/2; Kathy Bush and Judy Western, 49; Rodney Jones and Louise Fear, 43 1/2, Four tables were played. Mrs. Arthur Mackenzie, Trin­ ity Ayenue, Is home after spend­ ing the winter in Canajoharle. Mrs. Richard F. Schoff and family returned to Lexington, Ky., after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Theo­ dore C. Tanner and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Schoff for a week. Miss Bethany J . Tanner ls home for the summer after graduating from RosaryHtllCoHege.Shewll] be teaching music In East Hamp­ ton, Long Island. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Morgan, Delmar, recently spent several days tn LowvlUe and vicinity visiting his cousins, Mrs, Ralph E. Bush and Mr. Thomas Morgan of HousevUle, and his aunt, Mrs. Florence Morgan, of Turin. He also visited Mr. and Mrs. John Aim. Mr, Morgan ls working on a genealogy of the Morgan family and was In town to get additional material for his book. Hu father, Gary G. Morgan, was owner and operator of a saw mill and coal business In Housevtlle many years ago. The 1940 graduating class of LowvlUe Academy held Its first reunion Saturday even tng, July 7, at the Central Hotel tn Glenlleld. There were 65 In attendance, Thomas Doyle was master of ceremonies. Prizes were a. warded the following: Rudolph Szljarto and Gregory Steele, FIRST PRESBYTERIAN LowvlUe Rev.John K. Sharp Sunday, July 15, at 10 a.m., the Worship Committee of the Session Is responsible for the leading of this service. This will be a more informal wor­ ship experience. We welcome summer visitors to worship with us. BETHEL CHURCH OF THE NAZ AREWK LowvlUe Rev. John Alder Wednesday, 9 a.m., Vacation Bible School; 6 p.m.. Impact team meets; 7:30 p.m.. Junior Missionary service, Thursday and Friday, 0 a.m., Vacation Bible School. Sunday, 9:45 a.m., Sunday School for everyone; 10:50 a.m., Morning Worship service. 7 p.m., Evening Service. Mon­ day through Friday, 9 a.nr.. Va­ cation Bible School. ST. STEPHEN’S CATHOLIC Croghan Father Anthony Moore, O.F.M. Mass schedule for week end­ ing July 14. Dally Mass: 9 a.m. and 8:15 a.m. Saturday, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, 7:30 a.m., 9:30 a.rn. and 12 noon at Num­ ber Four. BIBLE BAPTIST Lowvllle c Rev. Thomas F, Kingston a Independent and Fundamental “Speaking The Truth In Love,\ Eph. 4:15 Sunday, 9:45 a.m., £1- ble School for all ages. U a.rp., Worship Service, 7:30 p.m.. Eve­ ning Service, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., Prayer and Bible Study. Vljltors are cordially welcomed. COMMUNITY FULL GOSPEL Lowville Rev. Willard R. Newman Thursday, July 12, Bible Study and prayer meeting 7:30 p.m. at the church. Youth meet at home 'ol Mrs. Bea Ocampo at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, July 14, Work day at church starting at 9:30 a.m. Come when,you can. Sunday, July 15, Morning Worship at 11 a„m. Sunday School for all ages at 9:45 a.m., 7 p.m., Evening Worship service. Monday, July 16, Prayer and praise group at 8 p.m. In a home to be announced. Looking ahead Monday, July 23, Christian Renewal Ministries of Syracuse with president, Wall Wadsworth, with video tape min­ istry with Derek Prince as speak­ er. Subject wtll be \Covered With The Blood.*’ FIRST BAPTIST Lowville Rev. John VonHarten Sunday, July 15, worship ser­ vice at 10 a.m. Visitors are welcome. UNITED METHODIST Beaver Falls Rev. Bruce W. Chapman Sunday, July 15, 8 a«m. Early Worship; 11:05 a.m., FamUy Worship, with Key. Fred Wid- meyer of Brasher Falls, guest preacher; 6:30 p.m.. Youth Fel- towsMp; 8 p.m.. Sharing Groups. BEAVER VALLEY UNITED METHODIST Naumburg Rev. Bruce W. Chapman Sunday, July 15, 9:45 a.m.. Family Worship with Rey. Fred Wldmeyer of Brasher Falls, guest preacher. JOURNAL AND REPUBLICAN,LOWVULE,N.Y. WEDNESDAY, JULY II, 1973 J ,|J N O T I C E John Mumford A u t o S e r v i c e W ill Be Closed July 16 Thru July 29 Open July 30 N e w B r e m e n - B e a v e r F a l l s By M rs. Rodney H o u p p e rt Ph . 3 7 6 -73 0 5 NEW BREMEN - For the sec­ ond time, the families of the late Lester and Pearl Weller got to­ gether for a week of camping oo the Van Amber Road atthehomes ol Mr. and Mrs, Vernon Well­ er and their daughter and son- in-law, Jack and Mary Jane Moore. Those attending were Duane Weller from Dublin. Virginia,Ms daughter, KayCaudlll, aadfamily, Bruce and Tracy Caudill, Solvay, Harold and Ruth Weller and friend Patty Halne, Florida ant, Missouri, their daughter Karen Daneson and family. Penny, Lau­ ra and Brian from St, Louis. coming the farthest, both from California; fMr. and Mrs. George Veltch were also there from A- rlzotia); Harold Flanagan for hav­ ing the most children, 11; RusseU Lynch for the most grandchild­ ren, 6; Mrs. Donald Cooke, and Patricia Donnelley, for being married the longest. The class decided to hold another reunion in ftye years. RECIPE OF THE WEEK Pan Molasses Cookies 1/2 cup lard, 1/2 cud sugar, 1 *8g, 1/2 cup molasses, 1/2 cup sweet milk, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon soda, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, 2 cups flour. Mix together, spread on greas­ ed cookie sheet (with sides), sprinkle with white sugar. Bake 12 minutes at 400 degrees. Cool tor ten minutes. Cut Into squares and store. - Alene Shaffrey Mo., Spacer Weller and fam­ ily, Debbie and Richard. Flor­ issant, Mo., Vernon and Betty Weller, Caa tor land RJD. 1 , their daughter, Mary Jane Moore, and family Jack and children, Cyn­ thia and Kathryn Moore, Cas­ torland, RJD. J, Perry and Te­ resa WeUer and family, Stephen, Randy and Bruce, Martin Street Road, Carthage, Helen LaLooe and husband, Donald and family, Vickie, Gary,Davtd, Tim­ othy and Gerry, Madison St., Antwerp, Julia Measaros and husband, Louis and family, Nan­ cy. LouAnn, Gaxella, Louis, J r . , Stephen, and David, Glen­ field RJD., Kathy, Debbie and Rickie Carmen, Antwerp, chU­ dren of Arletha Carmen, Sales- bury, Richard and Helen WeU­ er and family, LowvlUe RJD., Mrs- Hawley {Florence) Well­ er, Church St., LowMlle, Del- evan and Arletha Arthur and fam­ ily, Lowvllle RJD., Albert Well­ er and sister, Iona Osborn, Camp­ bell St-, LowvlUe. they enjoyed swimming, horseback riding, motorcycle riding and playing ball. Another get-together is planned for two years. New Bremen Volunteer FIre Department won second prize at Turin. Note Special ISA Values In Insert Or At Monnat's Or Glenfield IGA Stores. N O W F O R Y O U R C O N V E N I E N C E ! ^ T w o C M o d e r n C o i n - O p L a u n d r o m a t s S H A D Y A V K . A L O W V I L L E P L A Z A C O M E I N A N D T R Y O U R C L E A N F A C I L I T I E S A N D R E A S O N A B L E P R I C E S . Drug Abuse News No. 1 3 WATERTOWN MATTRESS CO. S H A D Y A V E . 3 7 6 - 2 0 1 2 L O W V I L L E DRUG ABUSE IS A SYMPTOM OF MENTAL WEAKNESS. As a rale, drug naers do not live happy, suc­ cessful lives. They lose interest ta school, family, or Job. The drag jcnm becomes their master. The only social contact* they usually have arc other drag addicte. Drug abmert, ta the be (Tinning, are Impelled by curiosity lo experiment. Thetr friend* or drag sellers tell them to expect an Increase In their mental ability, This very rarely occurs. Instead, drags become a means of eacaplng from life’a prob­ lems. Then, the drug becomes his greatest prob­ lem. If a drag a timer ts fortunate enough to not yet get \hooked” on the sddlctlve drags, he haa more hope of escape from serious harm. Smoking Marijuana or sniffing glue can be easily stopped If he wants to try. The odds are much greater against slopping, If he toss become addicted to Heroin or Use Barbiturates. M E D A 'S C O R N E R \Your Prescription Pharmacy” LOWVILLE °N ™* BW5Y CORNER 376-6212 O N L Y 8 D A Y S L E F T to get a truly fantastic deal on any Chevrolet we have in stock. Yes, George & Donna need only a few more units to win a vacation in the Caribbean through a Chevrolet campaign , . , So, after you’ve shopped, stop at Essenlohr M o tors, Inc., we’re accepting any reasonable deal. SERVICE SELLS CARS E s s e n l o h r M o t o r s , I n c . OLDSAAOIfli a f -• s i f t r-A**: TS ts 8 nr * Pm fee *7 !• * u to 8 K> t- 3 7 6 - 6 5 6 8 L o w v i l l e

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