N A S H U A M O B I L E H O M E S R o u t* 12, S o u t h o f C o p e n h a g e n 12* x 4 8 ', 12* x 60* a n d 20* x 5 5 ' S T A P I I N M O B I L ! H O M E B A L E S JOURNAL A REPUBLICAN,IOWVIUE,N.Y. 2„|| WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1973 Croghan N e w s Briefs By M r s . H a r o ld D e L a P o r t e Ph. 346-6863 T O W N M A M . T H E A T H E FM.-SAT. SEPT. 14-15 s u m & i c iPGlMFTROCQLOR ' MAGGIE SMITH t a * l s With f l y flur** \Sfffher\ 7:00 \Aunt\ 8:40 SUN.-MON. SEPT. 16-17 Toatow audiences to regain their composure from the emotional impact of \Sisters'' after each showing, no one wV be seated during a SPECIAL SHOCK RECOVERY PE WOO! MARGOT nOOBt-JEMMFER SALT.'SfSTKS’ Even, 7:30 Feature 8:00 ______________ P r V a l l e y B r o o k D r i v e - I n T h e a t r e 1 3 ■ to ml. S. of Low v lll. — 12 ml. N. of Boonville ■ - ■ - ' 2r>~ FR I .- S U N . S E P T . 14-16 They knew what they wanted and how to get Itl i J .1, . , . J — • ■ L - e ii' m m I A L L T H E YOUNG WIVES HMsesacsi tjo*co& h * * m » joblmb ■txeae>» m im t net jt KMBtMEXS*OKCT(K9C m CO« ALSO i n _ ;RJ otdSI S H O W S T A R T S E A R L Y , A T D U S K ? CROGHAN - The winter sche dule of Masses tn St. Stephen's Church beginning this week a r e as follows: Saturdays, 2:30 p.m.; Sunday Masses, 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. M r. Frank Barrett, Bearer Falls, was recently given a sur prise farewell party by the Cro ghan Boy Scouts, Troop 49, at the home of M r. and M r s . Joseph Anderson. Mr. Barrett, former Scout Master for the Croghan Troop has res Igned and ts being replaced by Mr, Richard Rauver, a mem ber of the teaching staff at Bea ver River Central School, Bea ver FaUs. M r . Barrett will be Scout Mas ter for the Beaver Falls area Scout Troop. Father Patrick Callaghan, O .F.M ., will be Installed as Pas tor of Saint Stephen’s , Croghan, at a special Ceremony, Thursday, September 15, 7:30 p.m. Father Aloyslus Isele, St. Peter’s Low vllle, w ill preside. Local clergy, parishioners and friends are ex pected toattendthlseventtowhlch the public is cordially Invited. FoUowlng the ceremony, a re ception wlU he held in the church hall for Father Anthony Moore, O .F.M ., the out-going pastor. Father Anthony's new address ls: Saint Anthony of Padua Church, Yulan, New York 12792. Including some of the out-of- town visito rs expected are Rev. Robert A. Moore, of Richmond B ill, brother of Father Anthony, Rev. C y r il S eem an.O.F.M ,, Siena College, Loudonvllle; aad Rev. William Coyle, of the Congrega tion of the Oratory, Flushing, M r. and Mrs.RobertJenackand daughters T e r r i and Lo r ri who spent the past week here visiting her mother, Mra. Stasia Blntz, have left for Baldwlnsvllle to take up their residence,Tbeyformerly Jived In North Dakota where Mr. Jenack was employed. Carol Jeanne Andre of Alexan dria, V a ., stewardess for E a s tern Airlines Is convalescing at the home of her parents, M r. and M rs. Leo Andre foUowlng major surgery on Aug. 29 at the Ale xandria Hospital. Her condition is favorable. M r. and M rs. Richard DeLa Porte and son William of Max im a were Labor Day weekend guests of M s parents, Mr. and M rs. Harold DeLaPorte. Accom- _ penytng them home were three of ~ their children who spent a week here visiting their grandparents. Recent guests c t M rs. Agnes Golden and her daughter, Helen, were M r. and M rs. Edward Lakes, sons, Tim m y and Michael and daughter Betty Anne of Buffalo. M rs. Lakes is the former Mar jorie C a r e y , daughter of M rs. Violetta Carey and the late Ar thur Carey formerly of Croghan. M rs. Justin (Imekla) Bum s o t Miami, Florida, spent the past week here visiting her sister and husband, M r. and M rs. Harold DeLaPorte. M rs. Thomas Duflo spent ihe weekend visiting her sons and their wives, M r. and M rs. James Duflo and Mr. and Mra. Francis Duflo at their cottages at Alex andria Bay, Patty Anderson, daughter of M r, and M rs. Joseph Anderson was given a surprise party on Sept. 1, by two o l her slatera Mary and Nimcy, the occasion being her 91st birthday. Seven of hey friends were present, ice cream and cake were served aad games were played wtth prises awarded. The annual reunion of tbe late John aad Rose Roch family was held Aug. 19 a t the home of Mrs. Veronica TerriUlon, Indian River, Sixty were present. M r. tad M rs. William Dawson have returned to their home In Honeoye Falla after spending a few days here visiting her pa rents. M r . and M rs. William Stienir, High Fa lls. At Ihe Boonvllle Woodsman Field Day held Aug. 17-19, Dale TerrUUon took three ln f ir s t, 2nd, 3rd, add a 8th. Robert Bosco took first and third ln the contest. On Sunday, Aug. 19, Dale took second and a filth. Robert took second and a filth. On Sunday, Dale also won the Trophy for the top profe ssional lumberjack of New York State. Rebect guests of M rs. Veronica TerrUllotu M r . and M rs. Girard Rensfidln, Spencerport; Emman uel Ranodtn, Carthage; Paul Fuller, Carthage; Jenetta P icker ing, Carthage; Mr. and M rs. Her bert .M u ller, Brandenton. F la ., Mary, Jam es, Kathleen Murphy, Went Seneca; Elaine TerrUUon, RaymoodvUle; Richard Titus, Marilyn Atftan, Jacqueline Blntz, Carthage; Kermit, Eydie, Brad and Beth Lyadaker,Clayton; M rs, Florence Brecon, Carthage; Slater M. Gerald IneBrenon, Mas- sena: Sister Marie Brenon, and Dennis Van Camp, Watertown; M rs. Charles Wrape, DepanvUle; M rs. Mary MltcheL Watertown; M r. and Mrs. Chris Defren, Fu l ton; Pattte Cam, Bear,Delaware; M rs. Peggy Gam .Delaware; M rs. Florence Brsdt, Anne H irsch, Florence H irsch, LowvlUe, M rs. Robert Scott, M r. and M rs. John Sbue, sab John J r . , of V ictor; M r, and Mra, John Sfane S r . , Port Leyden; M r. and Mra, S . Donald son, HartTartlle; M r. and M rs. Melvin Ktpfer and daughter Diane, Beverly Kloster, Croghan. Richard F , Monnat, Immediate past president of the Croghan Lions Ctafc has received the fol- knrte* letter from The President of Lions Intematonal: Dear Lion; TMs It the most happy occasion I have had all year aa your International Pre sident. It ls my pleaaure to wel come you Into a most exclusive group of Lions. You have been awarded the new 100% P r e s i dent’s Award for 1922-1973 by Lions International. It has been a great year for you and your club, 1 extend to you, not only my thanks, but my sincere eongratolttiotis, and that of all the Officers and Directors of Lions International on your achievement. PLAN TO WED - M r. and Mrs. Edward Seymour, Lowvllle, have announced the engagement o t their daughter, Marcia Irene, to Stan ley Edward Sam sa, son of Mr. and M rs. Edward Samsa, also of LowvUle. Miss Seymour was a 1971 grad uate of LowvUle Academy and Central School and a 1923 grad uate of Mohawk Valley Commu nity CoUege with an AAS degree In secretarial science. She la presently employed at Thomp son’s Cam p ers, Inc., LowvUle. M r. Samsa was graduated from LowvUle Academy and Central School In 1970, attended Mor ris vlUe ATC and ls employed by Law Brothers Construction Co., Lyons FaU s . A winter wedding is being planned. Tops Club Meets The Glenfleld Tope Club S63 met on Sept. 5 in the Glenfleld Methodist Church. The Tops Lo ser of the week w u Carol Arm- fletd. The “ no-no food’ ’ ls pie and snacks. The house contest waa guessed by Jolly Austin, and a new house contest will begin next week. Visitor sand new mem b e rs are always welcome. 50th Anniversary M r. and M rs. Olney Falling, Boonvllle, will observe their 50th wedding anniversary at an open bouse cm Suoday, Sept. 16, from 3 fo 5 p.m., at the Boonvllle Methodist FsUowshlp Hall. AU friends and relatives are invited to attend. You have shown by your own dedication to serve those less for tunate that Humanitarian Solida rity cam indeed b e attained through Ltouism. I am sure that yon have achieved this special status in Lion Ism because of your enthus iasm, vision and faith. 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