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' JOURNAL & REPUBLICAN.IOWVILIE.N.V. ) - C WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1973 sit up! take notice! here are some real l o t a p a l o o z a s ! ta l k a b o u t e x c i t i n g v a l u e s - t h e r e ’ s n o q u e s t i o n t h a t th e s e a r e s o m e o f th e b e s t y o u ’ ll e v e r fin d - a n d o u r te r m s m a k e th e m s o e a s y t o b u y ! WALNUT DESK and CHAIR Gaarf looking, compact dmtk for hem# ttudyl 34 a If\ tap. tAapla #r Walniaf finish. Choir lias wothofcl# vinyl $oaf. tefh piatat Ragwlorly $79.95 iy f *6 0 5-PC. BRONZETONE DINETTE I Hff l *iRl*» #*4 burn r«ifi*OM' plasMt woed§min r Imp. II i ft i 49 . lot mi 4 matching vinyl | chain In tmmarm cowar Inclvdad. $ placat Regularly ** t .* 5 *5 0 SEALY QUILTED SET A normal llrm matlr.ii man, p .n p lr p r .U r . A H r a ill.a ear or SanfSaof profac»#rf. twin six#. I«i Spring i* inefwdttf. FULL SIZE $119.90 1 0 0 RELAXER In choice pi $ c o l o n of fa b ric h«tll «roihofef« vhtolf# fabrics Regularly ttt.fi * 7 9 VINYL LINOLEUM Armstrong 0#col«n ffugx Reguarly 111.*5 n o w MODERN OR COLONIAL SWIVEL ROCKER JMepi# or Pin# rhoicc of fabrics. Colonial (not shown,) K#gvlor}y $69.95 9 x 12 C N F. NYLON TWEED *v§» of fOO*» Continuous fila m e n t ffylen for astro long Will not pill o m y ta eleon Good i»l# r lion of tho la t e s t c o/on tvgt art R»gulorty $69.95 *5 0 DECORATOR 7-PC. DINETTE imagine this 34 * 48 n 60\ heavy self edged piaiffc woodgroln V table with 6 fabric tupportod vinyl upholstered styled chairs. 7pii»e«s Rpgulorly $T 19.95 1 0 0 f » “SMART M ODERN BEDROOM B ra n d new Kopvnhag*ft w a ln u t finish fea t u r in g m a r 4 scratch re s i s t a n t \ploificiied tops Inclu d e s 6 dr double d r e s s e r . m i n o r ih e s t . « Double Dresser • Mirror • Chest • Portal Bed 1 2 5 T h e r e ’s A P a y m e n t P l a n T o S u i t Y o u r N e e d SOFA CHAIR- OVAL RUG forty Amarlcon In print or t weed fabric. 3 tuthlbn tofu yrlth xlpptrad loom. Regularly $320 *2 5 0 2-PC. SOFA BED SUITE In choice of 3 plaid colors with bedding box and full length bad . * 1 5 0 Rogulariy $ ) * ( 2-PC. M O D E R N LIVING ROOM SUITE In choice of fabrics, with foam cushions. Just right for sm a ll space. Bnnttlarlw <749 QK ~ 1 7 5 look I You Got All 6 PCS. 2 B E D S - 2 M A T T R E S S E S 2 B O X 2 Twin Mople Beds 2 PLUS 2 PLUS 2 PLUS “ 6 PCS. * 2 0 0 W A T E R T O W N M A T T R E S S C O . CHURCH BRIDE - Miss Sharon Lou Wldrick, daughter of M r. and M rs. Robert W ldrick, Low­ vUle, became the bride of Sam­ uel Paul Yancey, son of Mr. and M rs. Gerald Yancey, Lowville RJD., on August 18 at 11 a„m. at LowvUle Mennonlte Church. Rev. Norman Lyndaker of Napa- nee,Ind., and Rev. Milton Zehr officiated. The bride wore a floor-length gown with a high neckline and natural waistline. She carried a bouquet of white roses accented with baby's breath and green ivy. Sheryl Nespor of Goshen, Ind., friend of the bride, was matron of honor. Her gown floor-length, pink-flowered and nylon lined with pink taffeta. She carried a single white rose, accented with baby’s breath. Bridesmaids were Bonnie Swartzentruber of Horrsvllle.O., and Wendy Houppert, both friends of tbe bride. Their gowns and flowers were Identical to that of the matron of honor except In aqua and purple. Junior brides, maid was Brenda Wtdrlck, sister of tbe b ride. He gown was s im i­ lar to that of tbe matron of honor In yellow. George Allen, Schagticoke, irieno or the groom, was best man. Ushers were Cody Jones, Ithaca, and GeorgeGarbutt, T r e a ­ sure Island, F la., both friends of the groom. The best man and ushers wore white tuxedoes and ruffled shirts, matching the colors of the matron of honor and bridesmaids gowns. Marvin Zehr and Rosalyn My­ ers provided music for the c e re­ mony. Songs were: \Sabbath Prayer,” \Sunrise Sunset,” \Wedding Song,” \We've Only Just Begun,” \Lord’s Prayer,” and \Fo r AU We Know.” The reception, foUowIng the ceremony, was held In the church basement. Pre-nuptial showers were given by Wendy Houppert and Marcia Wldrick, Florence and Sue Leh­ man, Violet ColweU and Cath­ erine Dannan, and the bride's aunts. The bride’s golng-away outfit was a blue and white double-knit dress. She wore a corsage of white roses. The couple went to Canada and toured the New Eng­ land States on their honeymoon. They are now residing at Low­ vlUe R.D. 2. Talcottville Notes By M r s . H a r r y S t e p h e n s P h . 9 4 2 - 2 5 9 3 T A L C O T T V ILLE - M r. and M rs. Robert Stabb and daughter, Terry, went to Amsterdam on Tuesday. T e rry has enrolled at S L Mary’s Hospital for her nurs­ ing career, Mrs. Robert Stabb leaves Sept, $9 for Germany, where she -will visit relatival for three weeks. Her mother, M rs. Mathias N e l- derprusm, BooovUIe, leaves this week fbr Germany and they will return together. Mra. Lyndon Fuller, Rome, and daughter, Beverly, were guests of Mr. and M rs. Harold Glouse. M r. and M rs. Ward Shrader, Clinton, and Phyllis O’Donnell, New Hartford, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoffert tnd M r, and M rs. Sheldon Main and daughters were guests recenUy ot Mr. and M rs. Joseph La llle r . Shelley Main r e . malned at her grandparents’home for a few days, M r. and M rs. Harold Buxton and M rs. PhUlp Domser, Lyons F a lls, were Sunday callers at Mr. and M rs. Harry Stephens’ home. Rodney Wheeler has returned home from Ottawa, where he v i s ­ ited his brother and femUy, M r, and M rs. Jerol Wheeler, for four days. Mr. and M rs. Walter Coe and famUy recently spent a day at Upper Canada Village. They also spent a day at tbe North Pole. Talcottvllle Sunday School r e ­ sumed on Sept. 9. Ronnie and Robin Denslow, Vernon Center, spent a weekwlth their grandparents, Mr. and M rs. Ralph Denslow, Debbie Denslow has left for Miami, F la ., where she will at­ tend Bander Fashion College for two years. M r. and Mrs. Handley Jackson and son have returnedfromaslx- week trip to Alaska, where they visited their son, Handley, J r . , and family. They traveled 12,- 000 mUes to and through Alaska. They saw many people they knew and attended Mr. and Mrs. An­ drew Dowling’s 40th anniversary. Al West M a rtinsburg A covered dish dinner wlU be held Sunday, August 16, at 12:30 p.m. In the West Martinsburg Town HaU. Services at 2 p.m. tn the church. Rev. John von Harten wUl be the preacher. The Manzer choir of Martinsburg will provide the special music with Miss Karen Dening. BEYER'S, INC. ’01110' CARTHAGE — LOWVULE vur fy/M fei o» o y A j i r v a n d tisw irr WE'VE GOT IT ALL S P O R T S - C A S U A L - DRESS • ■

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