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JO U R N A L A N D R E P U B L IC A N .L O W V IL L E ,N .Y . 0 W E D N E S D A Y , JULY 18, 1973 $ 2 5 0 0 .0 0 B O N U S ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL GRADS' Need Some Extra Cash . . . Wont To Learn A Skill . . . $2500 & 4 Years S 2 Security Fo r Inform a tion Contact Your loco) A r m y Rtprasontotive: SFC MIKE KEATING Rm. 306 ph. 782-7140 P. O. Bldg. Watertown, N. V , _______________ . Y o u c a n ’ t r u n o u t o n u s . You can torQst about checking your tank or pHomng for heating oil cteiivqpes this season With our au­ tomatic del-very of Gulf Heating Oil. yOu'U never run out Wen make a delivery schedule based on your individual heating Git use When the temperature drops, you use more luet —so we deliver more often You gel worry-free heat­ ing comfort all season long Give us axed today o f l b M i t LOWVILLE OIL COMPANY Ted Smith, Proprietor PHONE 378-3533 OR 376-3410 FOR PROMPT DELIVERIES AND AUTOMATIC PRINTING SERVICE. S P E C IA L S A feffifei D r G « n isl« e d P a n e l i n g W ^ r a . n « l P a n .,, p R 1 C E D A S P l a s t i c Finish#*! Pan#)* LOW AS* W o o d G r a in e d Im perial Panels C K t o r a t l v * Vinyl Clad Panel* $ 5 . 9 5 s h © 0 . t VISIT OUR NEW DISPLAY CENTER AND SEE OUR MANY DISPLAYS SCREEN DOOR Keep the bugs ool an d let the fresh air in • I S ” CABINET TOPS Scratch resistant and unaf­ fected by *voter. A good cKoxe of colors. V. KITCHEN CABINETS Improve the oppaaranca Or.d working condition! in your homo. Free estimate. LARGE DISCOUNTS Natural beauty a t its best A wide selection ol finishes $ 0 o o front 4mm # 0 up -I WROUGHT IRON A decorative addition ta any porch or pat'O. Also very practical for »nt«rtor usa. $|as FT. [ i M V T Y m a F A R M E R S CO OP INC. Port Leyden Area News By Mrs. Mary Fraser Ph. 348-6042 W. Kerr, Dead At 7 1 PO R T LEY D E N - Leyden Senior Citizens met Tuesday night, July 10. Ervin Kirk,chair­ man had charge o t the business meeting. Mr. Kirk announced the Lewis County wide meeting will be held at Constablevllle on July 23. Members ot Senior Citizens may attend free on Friday, at the Lewts County Fair. The next meeting will be a picnic July 24 at noon at Plxley Falls. Members should take a covered dish, table service, and beverage. A fire will be built for those wishing to cook meat. If members wish to ride or can give rides they should notify Mrs. Karl i>ut- phen or Mrs. Mary Graham. Attendants of tbe wedding party present were Mr. and Mrs. Mety Szalacb, Lyons Falls; Mrs. Anna Kurilowlcz, Lowville; Mrs. Florence Wttek, Rome, and Benny Szalach, Turin, Donald Crofoot and Lottie Z lan- koskl were married June 12 1948, at SL Hedwlg-s Church, Housevllle, Father Lambert Sl- dor officiated. Mr. Crofoot is utilities engi­ neer at the Lyons F alls Dlylsloo of Georgia-Pacific Corp., where be has been employed for the past 21 years. The couple reside on Mechanic street. Port Leyden. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Arm­ strong, Nichols, Pa., were re­ cent guests of Mrs. John Was- , son and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ma- Shaw. Mr, and Mrs. Stephen Calla­ han and two children spent last week with his mother, Mrs. Ca­ therine Callahan, Lake Clear, N.Y. They also visited Canada. Miss Yvonne Buneo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Buneo, has enlisted In Ihe US. Air Corps and is undergoing basic training in Lackland, Tex. Relatives attending the 50th wedding anniversary reception of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stevens on July 1st, at their home In­ cluded, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barrett, Westmoreland; Mrs. Myrna Brown and daughter, Di­ ane, UHca; Mr. and Mrs. Wil­ liam Ogden and sons, Scott and Matt, Rome; M r, and Mrs. John Doster, LaFayette; Mrs. Fran­ ces Doster and daughter, Renee, Syracuse; Mrs. Margaret Kre- sak, daughters, Vtcky and Car­ roll, Rome: Mr. and Mrs. Haw­ ley Kentner, Port Leyden; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Stevens andsons, Mack, Peter, Richard, Charles, and Tom; daughters, Karen, Mary and Teresa, Chlttenango, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Compo, daugh­ ters, Margaret and Alice, grand­ daughter, Alison Compo, Dan Compo, David Compo, Mrs, Su­ san Marmon and son, Paul, and daughter, Heldl. Mr. and Mrs. Stevens received many gifts and a purse of money. Trooper and M rs. Mathew Don­ nelly and daughter have purchased the home of the late Claire Wil­ cox cm upper Main Street and have moved here from White Plains to their newly purchased home. Mrs. Grace Bennett, F a ir- borne, O., spent last week with her mother, Mrs. M.F. Conway. Mr. and Mrs. FranctsO’Brlen, Jr.,andchlldrenandM r. and Mrs. Francis O'Brien, Sr.,Watertown, spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Rocker. Willard Kerr, 71, Glenfield, a retired employe of Georgia Pac­ ific, Lyons Falls, died June 30 In Lewis County General Hos­ pital, where he had been a pa­ tient since June 9. He had been in falling health a year. He was born In the Town of Fine, St. Lawrence County July 25, 1901 son of Charles and Alice Bell Kerr and had lived In Glenfield since 1926. He was employed as a mlll-wrlght at Georgia-Pacific Co. f o r 36 years, retiring about six years ago. Prior to that he worked in Glen- field for the Monteloa Keystone Co. and as a woodsman. He married Marlon Earle tn May 1923. Mrs. Kerr was post­ mistress at the Glenfield post of­ fice for years. She died April 28, 1970. Mr. Kerr is survived by a son, Randolph, Albany; a daughter, Mrs. Robert (Conslance)Carpen- ter. Tucker, Ga.; a brother, Gerald, Fine; two sisters, Mrs, Charles (Alice) Parow, Harrls­ vUle, Mrs, William (Nettle) La- I.onrte, Fine; eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild. The funeral was July 2 a t the Vlrkler Funeral Home, Rev. Thomas Kingston, pastor, Low­ vUle Bible Baptist Church, of­ ficiating. Burial was In Old Glen­ dale Cemetery. 19 5 3 Class 20th Reunion H O W S H O U L D R E n H E A T I N G S Y S T E M C O S T ? Agway wiH tell you - at no charge: exactly what you need- arsd the o x o c f installation cost- That's only beginning. Agway oil-fired) heating systems live up to your expectations. Thov're economical. Quiet oad dependable and they last a (ong time. Why? Because they're made t<? rigid specifications. Agway won't settle for less. You shouldn't either. And they'r* designed, installed and serviced by *o#cfally trained men who know who* they’re doing. And why, You get exactly what you poy for with an Agway oil heating system. Agway wont self you too much. Or too little. *#g!rt with a free estimate. If you wish, financing Is available. Cali now for free estimate. A g w a y P e t r o l e u m S e r v i c e Lowville, N. Y. 3 7 6 - 6 2 1 3 AGWAY L AGWAY PETROLEUM 5. Utica B lvd.. low v ille? N. Y, Nam» , A d d c r ti , C it y - , . . Phortv . .W,?,W.VW,V. Father Leo Memorial High School Class of 1953 held Its 20th anniversary on Sunday, July 1, at Johnnie’s Inn, DeferleL Dinner was preceded bya cock­ tail hour. Members of the class present were: Robert Purcell, Croghan; Gary Buckingham, Harrisville; Bradford Steiner, Croghan; Ber­ nard Schack, Mesquite, Texas; Gordon Monnat. Croghan: and Betty (Proulx) Rltz. HarrlsvUle, Guests were Fr. HugfaKlng,chap- lain, Odgensburg State Hospital, Ogdensburg, and Fr. Anthony Moore, pastor, SL Stephen’s Church, Croghan. Class members unable to at­ tend were: Patricia (Davoy) Gol­ den, Croghan; Nancy (L*Hullller) McGUllvory, Dayton, O., Clare (Proulx) Owens, FL Lauderdale, Fla., and Eleanor (Ver Schneider) Terry, Castorland. Weekend guests of Mrs. Mary Fraser were Mr. and Mrs. Jo­ seph F r a s e r and children, Laurie, Joseph and Lynn, Plttsford. Mrs. Ruth Mangan and dau­ ghter, Zoeann, recently spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Tho­ mas Mangan, Livingston, N.J. Chris Wade, Rome, Is the guest of his aunt, M rs. BasU RUey. Mrs. Richard Burdick and dau­ ghter, Pamela, Joined Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burdick and dau­ ghter and visited CatsklU Game Farm on Monday. RecenUy guests of Mrs. A.A. Rlpp were Mr. and M rs. Stanley Bishop, Clinton, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Glavln, Florida. Mr. and M rs. John Bailey, Ar­ cade, were recent guests of his sister, M rs. James Keohane. *4r, and Mrs. John Rlpp were recint guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rickard Rlpp, Albany, and Mr. and Mrs. George Peggs and fa­ mily*, C h erry Hill, N.J. Mrs. Michael Arengi and child­ ren,' Michael and Leslie, Roches­ ter, and M rs. David Roberts and children, Scott, Creig, Lisa, J*ll and«eck, North Syracuse, spent sevwal days with Mrs. Mary Fradkr. Mfs. Wanda Brill and child­ ren, Little York, spent a week with h e r parents, Mr. and Mrs, G. 7ruin. Her sister, Tammy, retamed with h e r for two weeks. Mr, and Mrs, Hawley Campbell have returned to their home In Newport, Ark., after spending two weeks wtth their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Hawley Kentner. James Chiclzk, Sr., spent last week with Boston relatives. Mr. and Mrs. WUllam Webster, North Slrathford, N.H., were re­ cent guests of bis mother, Mrs. Florence Webster, and other vi­ cinity relatives. David and William Berube, Baldwlnsvllle, spent a week with thetr grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mekkelson. Mrs. Alfred Walman, Rome, was the recent guest of Mrs. Florence Murray. After the business meeting, bingo was enjoyed and refresh­ ments were served. Charles McHale, father of Sr. Michael L. McHale, U.S.N., has received a letter of personal con­ gratulations from Captain H.R. Blvln, commanding officer. Thts award is presented to the recruit who has maintained the highest average score on the weekly ex­ amination given to his company during recruit training. McHale was presented this letter of com­ mendation at a Captain’s Merit­ orious Mast. Mr. and M rs. Max Evans and daughters, Cathie and Joan, Mas­ sena; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Graves and children,Janet, L aurie, Carol and Mary Kay, Rome, were recent guests of M rs. Vivian Evans. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rlpp, Al­ bany, were weekend guests of Mrs. A.A. Rlpp and other town re­ latives. W illiam Anderson, Principal of Port Leyden ElementaryScbool Is a surgical patient at the House of the Goad Samaritan, Watertown. Mr. Anderson underwent a seri­ ous hip operation and will be In the hospital for several weeks. Mayor and Mrs.Donald Crofoot were guests of honor at a dinner party on June 16 in celebration of their 25th wedding anniversary. This party was given by their children, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Roberts and Miss Bonnie Crofoot and was held at the PoUsh Hall In Glenfield. About 200 friends and relatives attended. Music was provided by the “ Polks Pate” of Utica. N E E D A U S E D C A R ? S T O P L O O K I N G W E H A V E T H E M ! C L E A N , S H A R P 8 G U A R A N T E E D . B A C K E D B Y T H E BEST U S E D C A R W A R R A N T Y A R O U N D . 72 Opel GT Holley# auto.. W a t $219$. NOW $2700 72 Hornet 2 dr., sedan, std., 6 cyl., Real Sharp 71 Gremlin std., 6 cyl,. only 14JJ00 mile*, Excellent 70 Maverick auto., 6 cyl., vinyl root. Save On This 70 Javelin Mark Donahue Special, Sharp 69 SC Rambler Set Up By Hurst, Save $350. on this 68 Impala 2 dr., h.t., auto., V-8. p.s.. 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