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The journal and Republican. (Lowville, N.Y.) 1929-current, July 18, 1973, Image 12

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1 2 J O U R N A L A N D REPUBLICAN, L O W V IL L E ,N .Y . WEDNESDAY, JULY 18. 1973 ACT NOW!! At P r n tn t We Hove Franchised Dealerships Available In Limited Areas For: S n o ' i e f S n o w m o b i l e s For Further Information Contact Us Immediately: EAST END DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 386 East Main Street Malone, N. Y. 12953 Ph. 518-483-3820 Month of JULY m m Pratt& Lam b e rt f prait & lambert 9 o h o u s e paim * 1 5 % OFF ON ALL EXTERIOR PAINT FA R M E R S CO OP INC. T! T I — ^ College Seminar N a u m b u rg A r e a N e w s Norm»nM«Mer,=onofMr5. jun* 21 and . ^ Irene ft Mrtmftler lA W i l t A R .D . AUffUflt 2 1 . By Mrs. Irene Schulz Ph. 493-1167 NAUMBUttG - The funeral for Edward Kloster, 93, Indian River, who died July 6 tn Lewis County Hospital was July 9 at SL An. thony’s Church with Interm ent In St. Vincent de Paul Cemetery, Belfort! He worked f o r the Town of Croghan Highway Department for a time. Michael J. Gravtno has pur­ chased the Bonaparte Inn a t Lake Bonaparte from M r, and M rs, Kenneth Chartrand, The C h a rt- rand’s have purchased the home of M rs. Jean Smith on the H a r rls- ville-Croghan Road, About 154,000 persons flocked to parks last week due to the sunny and warm sum m e r wea­ ther. M r. and M rs. Lloyd Arm­ strong, Ntcholls, a r e spending the week visiting their sao Joseph McIntyre at Naumburg and Mr. and M rs. LaRue M c IntyreatC a s- torland, their other non. Sunday an out-door cook-out was held at the LaRue McIntyre home. Beaver Valley United Metho­ dist Church enjoyed its annual picnic on Sunday, June 84, a t the Happy Hollow picnic grounds on Route 410. M ary Loulne S chantz and Van- toaa Hoppel graduated from Bea­ ver River CentrelSchool in June. Kathy Houghton, daughter of M r. and M rs. R u s s tll Houghtoe and Michael Taube, aon of Mr. and M re. Ralph Taube will re ­ present Beever River Centra] School in the Lewia County F a ir spelling con tee L Vickie R o slc- kowiki daughter of M r, and M re. Leon Roelckowskl sad T e rr y Taube eon of Mr. and M ra. Ralph Taube a r e the alternates. Fifteen Methodist young people of the Beever Falla and Beaver Valley United Methodist Ctanxto, Naumburg a r e ettendtogCamp A |« dersgtte this week. ; 10S years ago - Nicholas G au. del has been appointed p ostm as­ ter at Croghan and Samoa! R. Hubbard at Naumburg, Found. Friday last, a pair of coarse linen pantaloon*. j M r. and Mr*. Clarence H. S y £ ver of the Roger* C rossing Road W. G. Miller Dead At 84 I were honored at a s u r p r is e party given by thetr family In the F irst United Methodist Church In ob­ servance of their 28th wedding anniversary. The Carthage Rod and Gun Club Auxiliary will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. a t the clubhouse on the Naumburg Road. All members wbo wish to visit the Utica B re­ wery should be at the A & P parking lot at 11 a.m ., Monday. A son, Randy Thomas, was born to Mr. and M rs. Douglss E. H eralg, June 25 at the Carthage Area Hospital. M iss Bonita C , Bachman, dau­ ghter of M r. and M rs. Clinton Bachman was m a rried to Clinton D. Meade, son of M rs. Floyd M artin, Croghan, June 30 at B ea­ ver Valley United Methodist Church, by Rev. Bruce Chapman. M rs. Judy Hodkinson waa matron of honor. Robert Tabolt waa b e s t man. Norman M o sbler, son ot M rs. Irene G. Momhler, LowvlUe R.D. 3, Is among l t students partici­ pating in E a s tern Mennonlte Col­ lege's \Ojibwa Sem inar’’ this sum m er. Combining a unique camp­ ing experience with applied an­ thropology, the sem inar students are \roughing i t \ in r u r a l Canada among the Ojibwa Indians, re - June 21 and will continue untu August 21. A sophomore Bible m ajor at EMC, Mr. Moshier attended Low­ vllle Academy and Central High School. A four-year Christian liberal arts campus with an enrollment over 900, E a stern Mennonlte Col­ lege is located In the heart of the scenic and btstoric Shenan­ doah Valley. D r , Myron S. Augs- #nd autbor* 13 — —t h b H t — * -------- 1 THIS COUPON GOOD FOR $1.00 | ON ANY BEAUTY TREATMENT j Barb's Hair Nook I 7575 State St. ! Lowville, N. Y. I Ph. 376-2615 | O P E N E V E N I N G S W alter G, M iller, 84, of th* Road, died July 14 in Rom* City Howpital where Ava-Weet Leyden 1 he had been for four weeks. He was born at Ava, May 16, 1*89, son of Jacob and Lens MUler MUler and had spent his entire life in the Av*-W#et Ley­ den vicinity. As a young man he purchased the C h a rles Beyer farm and had lived on the farm until taken 111. F o r s e v e ral year* he was employed tn Rome by Rome Cable Corp. and Rome Manu­ facturing Co. For the past 12 years he had been employed at the Wendell Sill) Mill In Ava. He m a rried Nellie Still, Dec. 19. 1914 to Philadelphia. M r, MUler to survived by hts widow, M rs. NeUle M ilter, a son, Elwood W,, West Leyden; a dau­ ghter, M rs, Kathleen P o tter, S e­ minole, Fla.; a s i s t e r , M rs. Net­ tle Yauger. West Leyden, and a grandson, Thomas P . M iller, U- tica. The funeral was July 16 a t the M iller home with Rev, Donald R. Wtnckler, officiating. Burial was ta Ava Cemetery. gjEnnfc C A R F O R Y O U R O U R B E S T P R I C E ! Get it now on a new full-size Chevy or Olds. large selection of fmpala s and Caprice's and just one Delta left in stock - so stop in now and save! Bob Ingersoll Randy Essenlohr Pinky Lee Francis Duflo SERVICE T i i t g C A R S E s s e n l o h r M o t o r s , I n c . , NIOR CITIZENS DAY ! riday and Wednesday | Special Ratei 5 I W A T E R T O W N M A T T R E S S C O . will close at 1 p.m . S a turdays through Labor Day to give our em p lo y e e s longer w e e k e n d s . L a w v i l l a 3 7 6 - 6 5 A S t h e 7 . 0 8 % Y I E L D O N N O ! This is not a misprint... Your eyes are NOT deceiving you! On SPECIAL TERM Accounts (Certificates) with a three year maturity, 6.75$ interest will be paid to yield 7.08$ on a Minimum Deposit of $500.00. < \ T h a t ’ s n o t £ DAY-OF-DEPOSIT fo DAY-0F-W1THDRAWAL 5.25% lo yield 5.47% (On minimum *10.00 balances) £ SPECIAL TERM ACCOUNTS (Certificates) 2 year maturity—6.50% to yield 6.81%. Minimum Deposit *500.00 £ INCOME ACCOUNTS (Monthly Checks) 2 year maturity-6.50% compounded daily fo yield more than ever! 0 SPECIAL TERM ACCOUNTS (Certificates) 4 to 7 year maturity, rates will be negotiated with officers ot the Bank on Deposits over *5,000.00 A ML Dividends must remain on deposit to achieve maiimum annual yields. r U r k h 7 1 Northland Plaza Shopping Center l i t Clinton Street In Watertown 7 8 8 - 3 7 9 0 7 8 8 - 7 1 0 0 M e m b e r F e d e r a l D * p o * it Irm i r e n e * C o r p o n iio m 32 East Church Street la 232-4515

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