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N a u m b u r g A r e a N e w s By M r s . Ir e n e S c h u lz P h . 4 9 3 - 1 1 6 7 8 - B JOURNAL ft REPUBLICAN,LOWVILLE,N.Y. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1973 NAUMUUKG - Returning from • week’* trip to No™ Scotia, Dr. and Mr*. WlllUm D. wuey of PlMsant Lake, celebrated thetr 25th wedding anniversary by renewing their vowa In Second United Methodist Church, Cham, pton, with Rev, Betsey Mowry, olftc latlng. The Climax Manufacturing Co. has for the fourth consecutive year sponsored Jefferson Com­ munity College’s membership in the National Retail Merchants Association. M ra. Paul Dlcob, LowvUle RJ>. 3, sister of Norman Zehr. died Sept. 3, She bad been seriously 111 for eight months. Mr. and Mrs. George R. Christ­ man wtll be honored on their 50th wedding anniversary Sept. 22, at an open bouse from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the Carthage Grange Hall, Budd Street. Workers, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lautenschlager and Mrs. Luella Buxton, gave their 5-day Bible Story Hour Report held at the Lautenschlager home fortheCal- rary Assembly of God Church. Classes began at Beaver River Central School on Tuesday, Sept. 4. October 8, Columbus Day and October 22, Veterans Day, there will be no school. Tte August meeting of the Rl- verbank Singing Needles was held at the borne of Mra. Irene Sch- wendy with Mrs. Pat Reay as hos­ tess. Refreshments were enjoyed by all following tbe business meeting and exchange of Secret Pal gifts. Other members pre­ sent besides the hostess and co- hostess were Mrs. Cora Mels- tor, Mrs. Lens Hlrschey, Mrs. Rose Hoppe!, Mrs. Velma Jack­ son, Mrs. Mary Kay Simpson, Mrs. Sandy Myers, Mra. Gloria H E A R B e t t e r In A Crowd w i t h Directional Hearing b y Haw mett cisirly in • crowd with Mtoto OifKttOftUr M%. Whtfl youoo t sounds, unwantod bock pound notts i are raducod' *ov Mai dwar. cloortr sourtds- Md at i pssttr distance' Sat and hw tOe ntw Dn*< tienit Haannt Aids with tht wtitytc IlKtrtt ■xrophww O n ly A t R . L . M e a d e , I n c . Watertown, N.Y. 13601 EOR INFORMATION: N a m e _____________ - Address. i — \ 1 1 L o w v i l l e S p o r t S h o p N O W Y o u r Bow ling Equipm e n t H e a d q u a r t e r s BO W LIN G TEAM S ATTENTION . . . O r d e r Y o u r Tearn S h irts E o r iy C u s t o m F i t t i n g o f B o w l i n g B a l l s b y ★ Brunswick ★ Ebonite ★ B a g s b y G l a d d i n g ★ Shoes by Brunswick N e w s o f T u r i n By M r s . H a z e l T h a y e r P h . 3 4 8 - 8 9 5 3 Mrs- lirenon, 92, Expires the Virkler Funeral Home, Rev. Hobert Nay, pastor, LowvUle ti­ nned Metlxidlst Church, officia­ ting. Burial was in Martinshurg Cemetery, --- Terry, Mrs. Clara Marolf, Mrs. Ann Marolf, and one guest, Ro­ xanne LaChausse. The Septem­ ber meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Lucretla Lee. At the election of officers on Friday, August 17, Carthage Grange elected for the 1973-74 season -.Melvin Burke, Master; Shahleen Astafan; overseer; Millie Phelps, lecturer; Floyd Bishop, steward; Albert Persia, assistant steward; Mabel Rowell, chaplain; Ida Bishop, treasurer; Linda Persha, secretary; Fred Phelps, gate keeper; Dora Phelps, ceres; Anna Mae Asia- fa n, Flora; Lillian Woodark, Po­ mona; Pearl Holland, trustee; E - thel Getman, color bearer: and Edna Burke, pianist. The Marolf Installing Team from Beaver Falls Installed the above slate of officers with Nelson Marolf, for­ mer State overseer, as the in­ stalling officer. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brouty, August 21 at Lewis County General Hos­ pital, Lowville. Timothy Meyer, a 1962 graduate of Beaver River Cen­ tral School, has been accepted for this fall admission to Delhi State University Agricultural and Technical CoUege, where he will study recreation and park man­ agement. John F , McFall, Eugene, Ore­ gon, received a Doctor of Edu­ cation Degree from the Univer­ sity of Oregon, August 11. Thomas F. Gumett, a past exal­ ted ruler of Carthage Elks Lodge 1762, has been named a deputy grand exalted ruler tor the North Central District of New York which covers lodges at LowvUle, Watertown, Carthage, Gouver­ neur, Ogdensburg, Potsdam and Massena. C. Hartness Dead At 81 Clarence E . Hartness, 81, Ly­ ons Falls, died Sept. 3 tn St. Elixabeth’s Hoapltal, Utica, where he had been a patient one day. He had been tn falling health for the past year. He waa born at Holland Patent, Nov. 12, 1892, son of Thomas and Mary Black Hartness. Hts younger life wiu} spent in the Stitt vllle eras, he lied lived In the Lyons Falls srea for many years. He was employed by the Gould Paper Company 47 years as a pepermaker, retiring In 1961. For the past four months he had made his home with his son in Port Leyden, On May 12, 1914, he married Roaa Teal in Port Leyden. Mr. Hartness was a member of St, John’s Church, Lyons FaUs and a member of the Vet­ erans Club of Gould Paper Com­ pany. M r. Hartness Is survived by his widow, Mrs. Rosa T , Hart­ ness, a son, Thomas C ., Port Leyden, 10 gradehlldren and 18 great-grandchildren. The funeral was Sept. 6 at the Tralnor Funeral Home and tn S L John’s Church, Lyons FaUs, Rev. Daniel Lyddy, pastor officiating. Burial will be in Calvary Ceme­ tery, Port Leyden. t I jh in - Mr. and M rs. James Bpagle of Brattleboro, Vermont, visited Mr. and M rs. George Bea­ gle and family over Labor Day weekend. Rev. and Mrs. Austin, former pastor ofTurln MethodlstChurch, were c a llers recently at the Sey­ mour home. M t . and Mrs. Cyril Seymour and Gall Seymour, spent a day recently with Rev. and M rs. Pop- pleton and family of DoIgevlUe. Miss Patty HU1 has completed summer school at Oswego, She recently visited CapeCodand Boston. John Vrubel has returned home after attending summer school at Albany, A prayer service was held at 2 p.m. Sept. 5 at the John G, Butler Funeral Home, Syracuse, for Dean Carder Paczkowskl, se- ven-day-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael E . Paczkowskl, West Main S treet. The Infant, bom Aug. 27 In Mercy Hospital, died Mon- day, Sept. 3, in St. Joseph's Hospital, Syracuse, where he had been transferred that day to undergo surgery. Burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery, Syracuse. Besides hts parents, Dean Pacz­ kowskl ts survived by his s i s ­ ter, .Piper, 16 months; his ma­ ternal grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Frederick Hurdman, Man­ lius; his paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Paczkow­ skl, Turin; and his great grand­ mothers, Mrs. Ernest A. Hurd­ man; Manilas and M rs. Dean Pe­ terson, Turin. Miss Debra Hill returned to Canton A .T.C . Monday. Travelers To Meet VaUey Snow Travelers of Lew­ is County wlU have a covered dlah supper at Happy Hollow on Wednesday, SepL 12, at 7:30 p.m. Fam ilies are welcome to attend. Mrs. fcElsle A. Brenon, 92, 01 LanphP’r Street, Lowville, wi­ dow o l F Tank Bernon died Sept. 2 at tier home. She had been ill seven yea. rs. She was born at Montague, Nov. 1, 1880, daughter o l Na­ than Ufcd Amy Smith Evans On Jan. 5, 1899 she married Frank Bwenoo at Constableviile. The coupde operated a farm at Denmark where they resided 55 years:. M x , Brecon died Feb. 18, 1947. M rs. Eirenor Is survived by a son, C i r l , and two daughters, Iva and Irm a , all at home, a niece, Mrs. Harold Millard, Turin, and other nieces and nephews. The funeral was Sept. 5 at S n o w i h M T a v e r n Star Routa Lowville, N.Y. w i l l b e c l o s e d e v e r y T u e s d a y . A U C T I O N SEPT. 1 4 7 : 0 0 P .M . 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