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(i tilrchenougb, nham, 4 years, y r s ., Beverly i D rake, 2 yrs., therlne Canton, Ichael Levlker, irs., Robin Mo­ ld, 2 y r s ., Don* P o rreca, David V irkler, Linda Robblna. 'tan Kenealy, 4 wn, 5 y ra.,D e b - ., Sue Denlng, lubols, Stephen Michael G ras, a., Shane Hoag, h Hoffman, Ro­ t s . , Ronald D. ., Stephen Ma­ rilyn Manzer, 4 ’tig e r , 8 yrs., Martin Smith, y r s ., Virginia Glenn Wagler, TS. m Albertson, 4 Best, Michele i, Robert B u rr, 7 y r s ., Joan lchard Janls- ,, Darlene Steven Lane, i Maher, T e r . '8 yrs,, Sara erla, 2 ynu , yrs,, Kim You- I Rick Young, ter and Bruc* in d of :ond., Irons. 1. dement! s? iwviile r R u s s P r o s h o w C o n s t r u c t i o n We specialize in storage barns, dairy barns and concrete work. We wifi build and raise trusses on your buildings if desired. P h o n e 3 7 6 - 6 0 2 3 Barnes Corners Notes By Helen Lucas Ph. 688-2880 BARNES CORNERS - Mrs. Dawn Beutel was honored with a baby shower at the Barnes Cor­ ners Hotel on Mondsy, July ie at 7:30. The shower was given by Jeanne Overton and M rs. Vir­ ginia Pooler. Dawn received many nice gifts and a good time was had by all. M r. and M rs. George Stewart and two of their four children, Brenda and Joe, are visiting M rs. Stew art's sister, Helen Lucas. While here, they went to the fair and have plana to visit the Thou­ sand Islands. Stanley Lucas plans to spend about nine d ays with the Stewarts wbeo they r e turn to thetr home on Sunday. Shawn and Shannon McDonald are spending a week with their grandmother tn ParU b v U e . Rea­ gan is also visiting his aunt and uncle, Addlaon and G ertrude Mc­ Donald In Lowville. M r. and Mrs. Fay Kingsley of ParlshvlUe w e re overnight guests ot Stephen and Shirley NOW IN PR O G R E S S JULY 2 8 t h — LAST DAY FOR B A R G A I N S ALL SUMMER WEAR REDUCED O u t r a g e o u s l y h i g h i n t e r e s t ! Earn th * outrageously high 6 3 / 4 % on Tw o and o n *-h a lf Y * a r Passbook Certificates and w a tch you r savings g r o w outrageously. D A IL Y C O M P O U N D IN G G I V E S N E T A N N U A L Y IE L D O F 7 .0 8 % . C A R T H A G E S A V I N G S A N D LOAN ASSO C IATIO N NOW AT 323 STATE STREET, CARTHAGE, DURING CONSTRUCTION OF OUR NEW OFFICE. McDonald. M rs. Ethelyn Hodklnson, M rs. Gertrude M a n d rt, M rs. Irene Townsend and S ister Charlotte McDonald took Kathy and Bonnie Hodklnson, Kathy S tale and Kathy Burns to a farewell party for Fred McCIosky on Tuesday night. He h a s worked 28 y e a rs a s a coun­ ty co-operative extension agent. Tbe family of the late George and Dorothy Hodklnson from Bar- n e t C o rners had a reunion of a ll the brothers and sisters and fa­ m ilies at the camp of Kenneth Hodklnson on Route 178 on Sun­ day, July IS, M rs. Catherine Collins and son, Patrick, of Ply­ mouth, F la., were present for the occasion. S ister M o rris, O.S.F., sta­ tioned In New York City visited her aunt and u ncle, Mr. and Mrs. Henry McDonald, oo Monday. The McDonalds had other visitors on Monday evening. They were M rs. Joan Ketb of LowvUle and her granddaughter, Amy Brownell,of Cleveland. M rs. Ketb Is the form e r Joan McDon­ ald. M rs. Frances Steiner of Cro­ ghan i s visiting her s ister, Velma L u c a s, to r a few days. While here, the ladles visited some cou­ sins in Adams Center on Sunday and had dinner with Theron and Helen Lucas. 40 Years Wed Mr, and M rs. Lloyd WUcox, Water S t.. LowviUe, will cel­ ebrate their 40th wedding anni­ versary oo Sunday, August 5, with an open house from 1 to 4 p.m. at the New Bremen Community HaU. The couple was united tn m ar­ riage Aug. 7, 1938, by the Rev. Starks Beebe at the Methodist P a rish House, Lowville, wit­ nessed by A lbert and Sylyla WU- cox, brother and sister-in-law of the groom. Mr. and M rs. Wilcox have Uved at their present address since their m a rriage In 1933. They a r e tbe parents of four children: Glenn A .,F redertckL .,andF r*n- cls Wilcox, all of LowvUle, and M rs. G ary (Carolyn) McIntyre, Lyons F a lls, and 11 grandchil­ dren. • ..I.' ;|l - • I Mr. Wilcox Is now r e tired and self-employed. M rs. Wilcox Is aa employee of the P A C Food M arket In LowvUle. Friends and neighbors i r e In­ vited to attend the open house. / a t W H A T ’ S H A P P E N E D By M a r g a r e t C a r t e r 3 7 6 - 3 2 3 S Lieutenant - j Colonel William H. Fulton and family have been the guesfs o l ; the Kotary and Schantz families. They were en- route to Wiesbaden, Germany, for a three-year assignm ent. The of­ ficer Is the son o f Blanche Ko­ tary Fulton. His last three-year assignments were In Vietnam and at the Pentagon In Washington. LowvUle Bridge scores tor games played July 17 at Trinity Episcopal Church are a s follows: Marian B e rry and C lara Byrnes, 28 1/2; Al Eckelman and Anne Eckelman, 27; Judy W estern and Janice Lelchwels, 24 1/2; Ellen O'Brien and J1U D atrls, 24 1/2. There were three tables played. Mrs. Hugh King and daughter, Debra, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hebdon, Elm Street. Mr. and M rs. R ichard Reeves and chUdren, Colleen, C h ris,’Jill and Jana have been visiting Mr. and M rs. Clifford Hebdon. Mr. and M rs. Roy Hebdon and dau­ ghter, Judy, have also been vis­ iting Mr. and M rs. Clifford Heb- dou. Mtss Heather Smith, Wilming­ ton, Vt., has been vtsltlngnfor several weeks her parents, M r, and M rs. C.O. Smith, P a rk Ave­ nue, M rs. W alter Galloway, Clinton S t., is home alter having spent a few days visiting Mr. and M rs. Joseph Russum, Devon, Pa. Mr. and M rs. Charles Cottiers, Union City, N .J ., M rs. Ethel Cot­ tie r s . Brooklyn, and M rs. Bea­ trice Peebles, Norfolk,New York, have been recent gueats of Mias LUllan BohaU, W est State St., and Mr. and M rs. Seth Schulz. M rs. Sylvia F o s ter, Castor­ land, has atoo been a recent guest of Miss Lillian BohaU. M rs, Susan NlebergaU, T r i n ­ ity Avenue, LowvUle, has re­ cently returned to h e r home a lter having spent three weeks with her scn-ln-Iaw and daughter, Mr. and M ra. Robert Herzlg, Watkins Glen. While th e r e , she attended the high school graduation of her grandson, David Herzlg. That same evening, h e was awarded the Rotary Club Achievement A- ward of $250 to be sent to the college of h is choice. Also in June, Katherine Herzlg, M rs. Nlebergall’a granddaughter, was graduated from Coming Community CoUege, Coming. In the fall, she will be-attendlug E l­ m ira CoUege. Mr. and M rs.Davld Pugh,Moo, Observed their 86th wedding anni­ versary a n d , relatives and friends a t Brantlngham. M r. and M rs. Nelson Loson took a five-day trip through the central part of New York Slate and tbe eastern part then on Into New Jersey , enjoying the cen­ tral and eastern part of New J e r ­ sey and also the eastern coast of New Jersey. They visited many beautiful places and many friends there. Returning to Mew York State, they stopped In S ch- nectady to v isit M r, Logon’s son, Stanley, and family. They r e ­ turned home on July 10. M r. and Mrs. Richard Bram ­ mer and their sens, Ricky and Rusty, Buffalo, have been v is­ iting Mr. and M rs. Fred Van Wagner, Dayan S t, RECIPE OF THE WEEK Cherry Blossom Bread 1 8 oz. Jar m araschino cher­ rie s , drained (re i e r v e Juice). Line 9 x 5 Inch loaf pan with waxed paper add w a ter to c h e r r y Juice to make 1 cup liquid (chop cheeries). In large bowl, place 2 cups sifted flour, 2 teaspoons baking powder, 1/2 teaspoon soda, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 3 tablespoons s u ­ gar, s t i r together, then make hole tn c e n ter • add chopped cheeries. 1 egg (beaten slightly with fork) 1/3 cup cooled, melted lard o r oil, and 1/2 cup chopped walnuts. Pour over thla with 1 cup liquid, and s t i r only, until mixed. Pour into lined pan, l e t stand 30 minutes. Bake 330 degrees 30 to 60 minutes, or onttl done. -Ruby Tiffany Woeltje Naumburg Area Nevus By Mrs. Irene Schulz P h . 4 9 3 - 1 1 6 7 NAUMBURG - We have all heard about the old Champion schoolhouse being moved to P a r ­ tridge B e rry Inn at Black Ri­ ver but now there has been a wedding there. M r. and Mra. Richard H. Ennis, i n , were m a r­ ried June 30 a t the Old Champion Schoolhouse, Partridge B e rry Inn. A daughter, Ann Marie, was born July 6 at Carthage Aroa Hospital to M r. and M rs. Nor­ man Tlfft, Mr. and M rs. John G. Oakes became parents of a son, John Jam e y , July 1 at Carthage Area Hospital. The funeral for Herman Sch­ neider, 78, of the E a st Road who was fatally Injured at 10:15 a.m ., Thursday tn a tractor a c c idental his farm was held Sunday morn­ ing at 11 a.m . at hla home, with Rev, Ladd K. H a r ris, rector of T rinity Episcopal Church, offi­ ciating. Burial was made In Momingslde Cem etery at Ma­ lone. Among his survivors besides his widow, M rs. Gladys Sm ith Schneider are his daughter, M iss Ruth M. Schneider, at hom e’and three brothers, William at Cro­ ghan; Samuel at Castorland and Emanuel of Naumburg and three sisters. John Scott, National Grange m a s ter, will be the featured speaker at the fair and exposi­ tion at Hamburg on Thursday, Aug. 23, honoring New YorkState Granite. Ml As Dawn Marie Graham, daughter of M r. and M rs, B e r- Constableville News By Mrs. Emma Hoffman P h . 3 9 7 - 2 3 6 2 CONSTABLEVILLfc — Jam es Northam Is a patient tnSt. Luke’s Hospital In intensive c a r e . He was severely Injured In a fall while at work. The Constablevllle Neighbors will hold a picnic at the camp of M rs. Wilma Regetz at Brant­ lngham Lake on Wednesday, J u ­ ly 18 , Miss Rosetta Hoffman and M rs. Emma Hoffman were dinner guests of M rs. Bernice H erteron Sunday, In- the afternoon, they enjoyed a drive to the Stonebarn, near Cleveland. This cobblestone building was burned by vandals some time ago but Is being r e ­ stored by the present owners. Mr. and M rs, Jam es F a rrell of Chappaqua, Mr. and M rs. Wil­ liam F a r rell of Oneida, Mr. and M rs, John C rager, Lisa C rager, Mrs. Hiram Cutler were recent guests of Miss Rosetta Hoffman 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 . 9 W E D N E S D A Y , JULY 25, 1973 EXCAVATING H u v k h n v -(Iratvlvr- #,«««/< • r SNOW REMOVAL BUCK DICKINSON P.O. Box 233. lowville, N.Y. Phono 375-7482 B L A C K T O P • DRIVEWAYS • PARKING AREAS FREE ESTIMATES * BACKHOE SERVICE DRIVEWAY SEALING F r a n c i s J . S m i t h Canstablnvill*, N.T. _____________ 3 * 7 - 1 1 1 3 V A L L E Y B R O O K D R I V E - I N T M E J k T B E ■ R R H O U k B E B B Rt. 12 • 10 Ml. S. of lowvill* — 12 Ml. No. of Boonvlll* FRI.-SAT.-SUN. JULY 27-28-29 nard Graham wis m irrled toDale Kevin S treeter, sen at M r. and M ra. Duane H. S treeter on Sat­ urday, July 14, at Bethany United Methodist Church by Rev. 3. Paul M uller, The brid e , i graduate of Watertown High School and Pota- dnm State University, will teach at Gouverneur this Hall. M r. S treeter, a 1969 graduate od B ea­ ver Rtver C e n tral School, r e ­ ceived a bachelor ot a r te degree at Oswego State and will conti­ nue his studies a t St. Lawrence University, Canton. C lark A. Johnson, *72, o f 612 Budd S treet, Carthage, died F r i ­ day at his home. Funeral se r - . v ices were held Monday morning from the Baptist Church and In­ term ent was made In Fayette­ ville. George MUler, Denmark, has sold a garage and piece of land to Ronald J . Pate. M iss Lois K. Lyndaker and Miss Bemlce L. Zehr, both g rad­ uates of Beaver R iver Central School, have received bachelor o f science degrees In nursing commencement exercise* a t E astern Mennonlte College, Har­ risonburg, Va. Michele Lehman, daughter of Mr. and M rs, Nevln Lehman, h as been accepted at Syracuse Uni­ versity, where sh e will study music. A bake walk w ill be held Sat­ urday evening, August 4, a t 7:30 p.m. at tbe Happy Hollow Camp Grounds on Route 410, t o r the benefit of the Rosary Society of St. Ann’s Church a t Castorland. \ S t e v e M c Q u e e n SHOW STARTS AT DUSK. T O W N H A L L T H E A T R E FRI.-SAT.-SUN. J U L Y 27-28 -29 THE MARTIAL ARTS MASTERPIECE! Sights and sounds like newer before! tm m c s i a m o r m i ____ w a r n ASHW B FPSPBOOUCTION^^. CteUwa COLOR* f n m W an t » * a . ^ » A atm nar C«i»nwn>ceian« C t w* a w> PLUS and M rs, Emma Hoffman. Seventeen members o fthe Con­ stablevllle Neighbors enjoyed a picnic with Mrs. Wilma Regetz at her camp a t Brantlngham Lake on Wednesday, July 18. The Constablevllle Neighbors will meet again In S eptember. During the week o f July 4 , Mr. and M rs, Ben KomatowsW entertained their son, Mr. and M rs. Robert Komaurwskl, and their great-grandson, Bradley o f Wisconsin Raptds, W ise. Also visiting w ere thetr grand­ daughter, Jeannette and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moline o f Chicago and great-grand- dausrhtor, Lisa. Thetr son, Cera la Komatow- skl, of Albany, also visited, Graydon Jackson Is a patient In St. Elizabeth’s Hospital, U- tica. PETER CUSHENG MUSI U - f-K DESTROYED # - - On* Show: \Frank e n*Uin\ 7:00 \Fintptr*” 8:40 COMING FRI.-MON. AUG. 3-6 ftadalM /MaTTti to-oduevloe* \SOUNDER” A Hobart B. lUdntUt/ltertIn Rltt FUi PANAviSK^acioniD n* u>\* * t a x THEATRI t

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