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MODERN DRY CLEANING V*** MACHINES AND CLEAN FACILITIES SAVE Money On Dry Cleaning II IKK IAUNMAMAT Parking For Customers Only Com or o f Stato t W *J»r Sfroot. YOU CAN AIWAYI DO SITTIR AT DUPLEX LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS G len field A r e a N e w s By Mrs. Alice Kogut Ph. 376-3377 Iff y o u r t h i n k i n g a b o u t d o i n g y o u r o w n a v t o m o b i l o p a i n t i n g step hi and sea the \B o y s \ a t Genuine Auto Parts Corp. Boonville and Lowville «■! th e y can help yea w ith the HNms y e a w ight aeadl Curtis Air Compressors Marson Spray Guns 3/M Brand Products and also Dupont Products. DON'T FORGET — D o n ’t $ay y o u ca n 't f i n d it u n til y o u 'v e tried “G e n u in e ,” STOCKS LOCATED IN SIX OTHER CONVENIENT LOCATIONS GLENFIELD - On Monday, May 7,1873, 85 students tnd 10 chap­ erones of Glenfleld Elementary school left at 6:28 a.m. tor a 5 day tear of Canada. On their way, they stopped at Thousand la land Bridge to pick ep Heidi AltenMder who Joined them oo the 5 day tour. Heidi spent most of the school year with the Glen* field children before moving. They stopped at the Elsenhower Locks Overlook and the Hobert Noses Power bam. They ar* rived at the Part's Motel in Ot­ tawa, Ont. at 4 p.m. with very nice accomodations. On Tuesday they visited the National War Museum which waa very Interesting. Tbe purpose of this museum ts to collect, Identify and to display artifacts relating to Canada's military past and to conduct research in Cana­ dian Military history. Patti Pratt left for Phoenix, Arisons, on 'June 30 from Han­ cock Airport, Syracuse, to visit her oldest slater, Sharon Se­ govls, snd fan)lly for a month. She spent last summer in Phoe­ nix with ter stepfather, Leonard Davla and mother Ines Da via, and sister Lori. She enjoyed ter stay so well that ate wanted to revisit Arixoca this year. Larry Brownell, sen of Mr. and Mrs. Caltos Brownell, who la racnperatlng from the mini- bike accident, received a sun­ shine bos from the s-G Glen- fleld-Grelg Little Leagne and toe conches, Rick Widmeyer, Bart Plenkach and Dan Salman. AH ' the visits, gifts, cards aodmoney haws helped this recovery period go much faster. Paul Bendore, Duane Salmon and Mike Kogut left Sunday tor a week’s stay at Camp Portafcrry, near Harrlsvtlle. They will be with other Boy Scouts fromLow- tllle and Jefferson and Lewis counties. Rev. Albert Salmon, pastor ot St. Mary's and St, Thomas’s, has announced that six boys from the Glenfteld area and three boy* from tteBnntingfcam-Grelgare* haws completed the training necessary to become Altar Boys. They are Mike Hartnees son of Mr. and Mrs. Rtchard Hsrtnsss, William and John Fayle, sans of Mr. and Mrs. Al Fayle, Phil Sweeney, eon of Mr. ana Mr*. Stanley Sweeney and Nlckt Ko- got, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kogut. Also, Charles and James Young, soas of Mr. and Mr*.Stan­ ley Young and Jos LaBuz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard LaBuz. The young men will become Knights of th* Altar next Sunday, July 22, at 8:30 a.m. In Glenfleld and 11:15 a.m. to Grelg. Mr. and Mrs, Edward Kogut spent Thursday night, July 12, and part of Friday in Niagara Falls, Canada. Returning with them from Buffalo and Roswell Park Memorial Institute was Mrs. Ahrah (Laura) Moor* of Lowville. She to s patient to the Lewis County General Hospital at this Ume. She Is recovering from toe effects of radium treatments and win return to Buffalo tor sur­ gery on August 12. 2-G Little Leaguers played at toe Leads County Fair to com­ petition an Monday. Also the group went totoe Far­ mer’s Market where each group purchased their own food tor lunch. This was enjoyed very much. They toured the Canadian MM where eech step of making coins wore explained. Tben on to the National Aeronautical Col­ lection which ted oo display many of tha flying machines to both peace and war from toe Pioneer Era to the present time. Alter dinner, they bad a self-guided tour of Km National Museum of Science and Technology which was enjoyed by all. On Wetheeday they vlalted toe Headquarters of Royal Canadian Mounted Pollen. Then on to The Experimental Farm and Na­ tional Arts Centre. In here, was a galdsd tour of where concerts, and plays art held. Many were impressed with this. Thursday they had a speech of toe faoctions and duties of toe UJ5. Embassy and on to the Par­ liament BuUdtog which la like our capital. Also, to front of the Par­ liament was a guided tour of th* Eternal Flame. This afternoon tt was a beautiful 78 degrea* and the children enjoyed a shop­ ping spree at Sparks Street Mall. At S p.m., everyone looking at their very best enjoyed a dinner at Club Henry Berger sad the evening was spent at toe National Arts Centre for a cooctrt which consisted of 4Spsslsh guitarists and singer*. Friday morning everyone packed and started tor VJS, We Now at Gerald A. Nortz, Inc. C a n o n i n i • • • $ C o m p a r e CHRYSLER O U T d e a l s . \Plymouth W e ’ll c o m p a r e p r i c e s w i t h a n y o n e . Mm«oMr*e i * mjr gqCHRVBLEB Ptomouth fury 4-Door r Sedan Plymouth Fury. Strong, solid, reliable Fury. With beautiful styling, big room, great standard features. A tremendous value—especially now at our year-end prices. Compare! PAA Plymouth Duster. Just big enough, jusl small enough to be just right. A lot of car for the money. Espe­ cially at our year-end prices. Plymouth Satellite. Our n ewest su c c e s s car. Compare it with any other mid-size car. Now you can get Satellite at our year-end prices. Beautiful. M/TMOdMJKO MMMIIi It’s y e a r - e n d p r i c e s a t ; G e r a l d A . N o r t z , I n c * L o w v i l l e GRAD- Lon Bush, son Of Mr. and Mrs, Robert Bush, Martins- burg, was graduated from Jef­ ferson Community College, Watertown, Sunday, May 27, with a degree of associate to science, business administration. Senior Citizens LowvUle Senior Citizens will hold their social and birthday meeting on July 19 at 6:15 p.m. at toe Bateman Hotel. On July 20, the Senior Cttlsens will meet at 5:30 p.m. at toe platform to front of the grandstand to prac­ tice staging for the 7 p.m. per­ formance. AU Lewis County Sen­ ior Citizens are urged to be there. Nursing G r a d Mrs. Deborah Stoddard Ms- Jstrik was graduated on Friday, June is, from the Brysa Memo­ rial Hospital School of Nursing to Lincoln, Neb. Mrs. Ms- Jstrik is toe daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Richard Stoddard ct Seward, Neb., and grand­ daughter of Mrs. Mary Stoddard, LowvUle. traveled along Ottawa River Parkway and on toe way . saw the World War 1 Returning Home­ stead*. Then on to Alexandria Bay where we enjoyed a 2 hour boat tour. We arrived to Glen- field at 5:45 p.m. Our breakfast consisted of cer­ eals and Juices, which ware eaten on to* bnses. Our luncha*l,and dinners consisted of masts, sal­ ads, bread and beverages which we ate at restaurants and along toe Rlvwr. We traveled approximately) 600 miles for the entire trlpandagood time was had by all. Acreage Pledges Lewis County farmers who have certified compliance with 1973 farm program requirements are reminded to continue to carryout their commitment tor the remain­ der of the year. Claude Bardo, chairman of toe Agricultural StabUlzation and Conservation CASC) County Com­ mittee, slated that farmers to Le­ wis County had certified com­ pliance with this year’s farm pro­ gram by the July 2 deadline. Certification amounts to a pledge by the farmer as to his program acreage, his acreage set aside from production, if any, and that he has compiled with all program provisions. Mr. Bardo pointed out that fol­ lowing certification, certain farms are picked at random fora spot check of program acreages. The accuracy of the certification Is determined by comparing actual acreages with those cer­ tified by the producer. Mr. Bar­ do warned that producers found out of compliance could lose au or part of their program payment. Spot checks wlU continue throughout the remainder of toe year. He also reminded producers who graze or hay set-askle acre­ age that they must give prior notification to toe County ASCS Office. Bardo added that if a producer feels he does not understand the rules tor set-sside, he should contact the County ASCS Office lmmedlntely. 35th Class Reunion Held Class of 1938 of LowvUle A- cademy and Central School held lie 35th rotation July 7 at the Castorland Hotel, with 69 class­ mates and guests attending. Supreme Court Justice J. Ro­ bert Lynch, LowvUle, served as master ot ceremonies. William Wood, BooovUle, retired from the UJS. Air Force, gave the open­ ing prayer. Mrs. Doris Dom- str Hunazlker, Florida, was re­ cognized as attending from the longest distance away. Mrs. He­ len Bus hey Walters attended from Chicago. Mrs. Arelene Kellogg PardUm was honored for having the largest number of grandchild- ran. Otter* from out of state were Ed Ferrance, Mrs. Gene­ vieve Holland, Rhode Island, Ho­ ward Calver, Pennsylvania. Arrangements were made by a local committee composed of Rita Fogarty, Katherine Roxana Id, E - leaner Brown, Richard Jones and Ken Gordon. N e w s of Lyons Falls Bv Mrs. Glenna Cowles Ph. 348-8601 JO U R N A L A N D R E P U B L IC A N ,IO W V IIL E ,N .Y . W E D N E S D A Y , JU L Y 18. 1 9 7 3 | f LYONS FALLS - The results of toe annual Lyons Falls Fire­ men’s Field Day Parade held July 3 are as follows: The parade formed on Mark­ ham Street and marched through toe village to Community Park on Laura Street. For toe fire­ men appearing with music, first prize went toConstablevUle, sec­ ond place with music to Booo- vtile and third with music to Beaver Falls; first place with­ out music to LowvUle, second place without music to New Lon­ don and third place without music to Marttasburg. Ladles auxiliary • first place went to Port Leyden and second place waa a tie between Stanwlx Heights and Martinsburg. The department wltb toe most men in line of march waa Coe- stablevlUe. Department coming the longest distance was Nedrow, In the Waterball Competition oo July 4, Constablevllle wu first and Martinsburg second to the men’s division. Martinsburg ladles placed first and second to the women’s dlvlaksi. 2 5 % O F F B a s e b a l l G l o v e s C y p r e s s G a r d e n s Wafer Skis an d Water Sporis Accessories SHOP IN AIR CONDITIONED COMFORT AT L o w v i l l e S p o r t S h o p Sporting Goods - Toys STATE ST. H o b b lo s LOWVILLE ( 5 L @ l e t l , es S u m m e r C l e a r a n c e S a l e HAS IT ALL!! F a s h i o n S e l e c t i o n AND NOW EVEN GREATER VALUE ALL s u m m e r m e r c h a n d i s e R E D U C E D 2 0 % FOR OUR SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY, JULY 18TH FOR MS JUN IORS T O D D L E R S & C H ILD R E N TO 6 X L E T ’S RIJN T O M e G U I . es Qf esl FO R TJIO S E VA L U E S EV E R Y O N E ’S T A L K IN G ABOUT ' 1 \ ~ 1 ....

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