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REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE Carpenter Specials NEW BREMEN, 5 room house, 2 bedrooms, basement, stall garage, 1/2 acre ot land, low taxes. $5,900. LOWVILLE AREA, capped cellar 16x22 feet ready to \ on, 1 acre ot land. $2,300. CARTHAGE, 50 acres ot abended farm land, 2,000 eea have been planted. $3,100. CASTORLAND, 30 acres some river frontage a good buy at $4,300, rr IS HARD TO BEAT THESE BOYS, PLEASE CALL MY SALESMAN FLOYD ZEHR CROGHAN 346-1265 FOR APPOT. ALSO IF YOU HAVE PROPERTY TO SELL LIST IT WITH OS. WE WORK DAY AND NIGHT FOR OUR LIENTS I A P P L I A N C E Specialist r GRANT CITY i IN IOWVIUE I qupllfl.il. will ,ain. nlon,. ipaciol ,de, i. paid vocations ond •mplayat discount »an* plan. Will „„„„ ’ pay mll.og., a ■ wrlanco In lolling nllly opplianc,, ' 5NNII SUPE«V|S0« ! RY M E ISS ant City Cart{ta9«Lowvlir* Rd owvllla, N.y. IT Wf Afff AN EQUAL it y tMnoYiw 12-1-e INTED: Waitress, person at Lloyd's Lowvllle, N.Y 12-1-c INTED: Part-time Call for appotnt- 8-8438. Rldgevlew juse, Turin, N.Y. 12-2-c lNTED: Cleaning 1-6:30 p.m., 5 days Lewis County Area mal Center. Phone 12-1-c IK WANTED \NTKD; Farm em- : or partnership. Mennonite couple relocate Into Lewis Contact Larry Rei- toute 1, Box 134 1, Va. 23139.1-tf-c USINESS ORTUWTV OPPORTUNITY: with your present he money you are Do you have a vestment to get in­ to ess that returns 5,0 00 top first year y yearTSoundgood? costs 8? to find lte O.K. Schiebner, h Drive, N. Syra- <’■ 13212. 12-l-c OF THANKS 3 OF THANKS to thank my many id relatives who re- d me on my blrth- cards and gifts, 1 irprlsed and most for you all to re- tne. Genevieve O*- __________ I2-1-P 3 OF THANKS to thank D r, Rec- the nurses and the Therapy depart- iieir excellent c a re, ends and relatives I, gifts, visits and rhile I was a patient wis County General Everything was appreciated. Lou- ih. 12-1-p _ _ _________ i ) OF THANKS sh to express our thanks and appro- 3 all our friends, and neighbors who 5, flowers and food, »ho offered cards, ly way assisted us 5 illness and death “loved mother. We :e to express our so to the nursing of Lewis County Hospital, to D rs, nd R e c tra, to Fa- ? and Father Isele, comfort and un- ig. The family of , irck, 12 - 1 -p ! CZEPIEL Realty Boon villa, N.Y. HOMES FARMS CAMPS FLOYD ZEHR Salesman Ph. 346-1265 12-2-c Min fchp > -'-i CLtRjekMiMikte REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE BROKER 7642 Stota St., lowvllla. N.Y. Wa Ara Datparafa For Soma Farm Ustingt Do You Hava Ona To Soil? ' 12-1-c 3 OF THANKS 0 thank my friends, Senior C itizens, 'astern Star for the gifts, the many cards, and for vl- 1 I was a patient at s County General Edna Horn-.. 12 - 1 - P D OF THANKS to thank all the friends, neighbors, , O.E.S. Salma Boonville Grange, ienlor Citizen Club as a patient In Lewis General Hospital, ess you all, Mrs, ?. 12-1-p - REAL ESTATE FOR SALE: .. In LowvUle, Three bedroom home oo a quiet street. Lar­ ge yard tor children or a garden. See It now for owner la leaving soon. 376-2323. , DuFIo Agency, Realtors A Insurance. 12-1-c , REAL ESTATE FOR SALE: State Street business block tor Immediate occupancy. Parking ln rear. Save by owning now. 376-2323. Du­ FIo Agency, Realtors A In­ surance. Dobuslneea where business is being done. 12-1-c i ~ i ‘ HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE: j LowvUle, centrally located, two story frame dweUtng, thirteen rooms, two baths, new beating system, plus . “ garage on 39’ x 360* lot. ' Phone 376-7219. '2-2-p REAL ESTATE FOR SALEt Ten room house ln Watson, ' ' one acre of land with 20 x ■\* 40 ln ground swimming pooL . i Can be seen by appointment •-» * only. Gordon H. Prashaw, - Glenfleld, N.Y. 378-6994, 11-2-p -• REAL ESTATE FORSALE: - ' Building lot 90 x 250 ft. ‘ 1 deep. Nice and level, ready ' • to build cm, Gordon H, ■ ' Prashaw, Glenfleld, N.Y. 1 376-6994. 11-2-p <5-: REAL ESTATE FOR SALE: ” Large storage barn and 13- 1/2 acres of land, some • second growth timber, small creek on property. Would make nice trailer -r •' lot or tor private home, ’ I'\ Gordon H. Prashaw, Clen- ‘ Held, N.Y. 376.8994. 11-2-p F O R R E N T ‘ J f OR RENT: 100’ x 60* trailer lot, Glenfleld-Grelg Road. Water and sewage :- furnished. Available lm- , i., mediately. Phone 376-3880. 11-2-c : m FOR RENT: Trailer lot, Re- i . ed’s Trailer Park, Glen- field, N.Y. 42-tf-c th FOR RENT: Ofhce space In a.;, the former Telephone , Buldlng, Completely re- - modeled. Three separate ... offices, line large double i office with reception room. *11 uttlltles Included. I.. Phone 1-797-6670 or 376- 3912, 2-tf-c REAL ESTATE FOR SALE: Large lot with excellent view on East Slate Street, LowvUle. Frank Donald­ son, owner. Contact Mlha- !yi Real Estate, 376-6215. 4-tf-e REAL ESTATE FOR SALE: Seven room house with 1/2 acre of land, located on Blue Street, Glenfleld, N.Y. CaU 376-7277. 4-tf-c REAL ESTATE WANTED: By principals. Acreage, bare farms, camps, wood- lots. Anywhere, cash, par­ ticulars, prtce. \Gordon 726 East 5 Street, Brooklyn N.Y. 11218. Phone518-463- 396 L 4-tf-c NOTICE NOTICE: Tbe Arts snd Crafts Gallery Is closing for the season oo November 10. Do your Christmas shopping early and take advantage ot our Clearance Sale. Every­ thing reduced. 9-4-c FOR RENT 25 FOR RENT: Small five room house. Private road. Five , minutes from LowvlUe. „ $115 per month. Couple ! ' preferred. Gary Hopps, , 376-6024. 8-tf-c FOR RENT: Apartment with . three rooms and bath; stove and refrigerator furnished. Mrs. Henry Thlsse, Park , Ave,, Lowvllle. lt-2 - c FOR RENT: Apartment tn Housevllle. Completely r e ­ modeled, waU to wall car­ pet throughout, new bath­ room, kitchen, hot water heat. Unique loft bedroom with cathedral celling, at­ tached garage, $145.00 per month. For Inspection call 376-6740. 12-1-c AT CHURCH - Rev. Gerald B. Kinney, executive ln charge of Folts Home for the aged. Herkimer was the guest speatoerat toe Harrisville U- nlted Methodist Church on Sunday, November 4, at 11 a.m. Rev. Kinney has also served as executive director Of a Methodist-supported nonprofit housing corpora­ tion, manager of a retire­ ment facility and member of a State Housing Authority. Who! Are YOU Looking For? We have Just listed tots fine diner or small restaurant, located in a small village outside of Watertown, It has a 3 bedroom apartment overhead. Showing nice Income and possible terms to Interested parties. 75 acres near Gomer Hill above Turin, and border- : mg State lands. 3 bedroom, home or camp having elec­ tricity, some furnishings. With some lands becoming harder and harder to obtain, we feel this ls a bargain. 25% down to reliable parties. Beautiful building tot, (2 1/4 acres) overlooking toe Black River Valley, Just above Turin. No trailers al­ lowed. Better investigate. We have Just found out that several of tte Homes we .have listed ln Lowvllle may be eligible for F.H.A. fl- ^M .aanclng, with NO downpayment. Possession may be had j y jkV hi 3-4 months, (only toe time lt takes to close). FOR RENT: Two bedroom upstairs apartment. Kitch­ en stove and refrigerator Included, Shady Ave. Phone 376-7042. Ask tor AL 12-1-c FOR RENT Three room apartment, LowvUle, mo­ dern, furnished. Avail­ able now. Inquire Corner Pharmacy or phone 348- 8124. _____________ 12-1-p T e a c h e r s « Continued from Page 1) has been re-establlsbed. The “ Board of Education voted to lower the price of a carton of milk from ten cents to six emits until December I. They also voted to release Rossdale’s milk from their milk contract as of Decem­ ber 1, and to advertise for new bids to provide milk for the school. The administra­ tion was also given permiss­ ion to advertise for bids tor additional art and teaching suppUes, Coaches for winter sports were approved as follows: Basketball: Varsity, Gary Getrnan, Junior Varsity, An­ drew Wetmore, Freshmen, Louis Bush, Junior High, Thomas Yousey, and Intra­ murals, Alan Kahan. Wrest­ ling: Varsity, Neal Aubel, Junior High, Randy Essen­ lohr, Swimming: Varsity, Gerald Neveras, Rifle, Var­ sity, Harry Hasty, Women’s BasketbaU, Varsity, Kay Lartbee, Junior High, Karen StowelL Women’s Bowling, Varsity, Dorothy McCue. Women's Volleyball, Var­ sity, Linda Leichtwels, Jun­ ior High, Karen Stowelt, Gymnastics, Varsity, Coll­ een Doolittle. District Principal Robert McNeUly announced the Ca­ reer Education Workshop on November 8, Parent. Teacher Conferences for the elementary school on the afternoons of November 13 and November 15, and Open House for secondary teach­ ers and parents on Novem­ ber 19 at 7 p.m. N U M B E R F O U R Mrs. Bernard Rowsam Ph. 376-3049 WATSON-NUMBER FOUR Mr. and Mrs. BU! Hill and family spent a weekend with his mother, Mrs, Marjorie Hill, Crystaldale, While here, Hrs. Hill enjoyed a few days of hunting. Valerie Muncy, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Mun­ cy, Petries Corners, has been a patient ln the House ol toe Good Samaritan, Water­ town, since September 20. She Is Improving nicely. With the opening of the hunting season on October 25, traffic was quite brisk In the Number Four ares, with many camps, occupied tor the weekend. One camp group was lucky enough to have bagged a large black bear. The deer hunting ls spotty at this time,- The SttUwater-Number Four Fish and Game Club Glenfield Area News By Mrs. Alice K o g u t Ph. 3 7 6 - 3 3 7 7 GLENFIELD - Mrs. Mary Lee, formerly of Turin, now of 217 Elm St., Watertown, spent several days with Mrs. Grace Butts. Mrs, Ella Shue and Mrs. Herman Graves of BoonvUle were recent visiters of Grace Butts. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dosztan, Glenfleld, are the proud parents of a baby girl, Joanna Jean, born ln Lewis County General Hospital on October 26. She has a broth­ er, BUly, who 1s three. sincere sympathy Is ex­ ended to Haver Gydesen and family due to the death of hla father Peter Gydesen, Constablevllle, and the fam- Uy of George Sullivan, Glen­ fleld, whose funeral was held Nov, 5 at 10 a.m. at St. Mary’s Church, Glenfield. Burial was tn Carthage. Congratulations to the newly weds, Mr, and Mrs, Tim O’Connor, Rev. Albert Salmon, T l- cooderoga, formerly of Glenfleld and Grelg, wlU leave next week for a three- Talcottville Notes By Mrs. Harry S t e p h e n s Ph. 9 4 2 - 2 5 9 3 TALCOTTVILLE - Shel­ don Main was the lucky win­ n e r of a free birthday din­ ner at the Hulbert House, given by WBRV Radio Iasi Saturday, Sunday guests of Mr. and M rs. Harry Stephens were M r. and M rs, Lawrence St­ evenson and daughter, Lau­ rie , East Syracuse. Mr, and M rs. David F itz­ gerald, Lyons F a lls, have moved their trailer home to the farm of William Ford, where they are employed. Darlene Coe, daughter of M r. and M rs. W alter Coe, observed her seventh birth­ day cm Oct, 29, with a par­ ty a t her home. Eight guests were present. She received many gifts and games and refreshm ents were enjoyed. (Photo by Nlal Phelps) Special music at toe ser. vice was provided by thir­ teen members of the Harris- vllle Central High School Chorus, as shown In the pho­ to. 3 3 A t t e n d F e s t i v a l Thirty-three eighth and ninth grade students at Beaver Falls, were selected to participate ln toe Junior High Bi-County Music Festi­ val, sponsored by the Jetf- erson-Lewls County Music Teachers’ Association. The festival cons istsof the best hand and chorus students from all of thescbools in Jef­ ferson and Lewis counties combined intooneselectband and one select chorus. The two groups will rehearse be­ ginning al noon on Satruday, Nov. to, and present a con­ cert that same evening at 8 p.m. at the Alexandria Bay Central School. The concert wtll be open to the public. The student selected from Beaver River tor the chorus are as follows: Cheryl Kirch, Charlene Zehr, Maureen Mc­ Cabe, Linda Enslow, Nancy Kirch, Carrie Eaton, Nancy Wldrlck, Cynthia Wetmore, Rebecca Clemens, JOURNAL AND REPUBLICAN,LOWVILLE. N.Y. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 7. 1973 L i o n s 9 C l u b H e a r i n g S e t Lowvllle Lions’ Club will sponsor a free hearing clin­ ic Wednesday, November 7, ln the elementary cafeteria of Lowvllle Academy and Central School from 7 to 9 P.®. The screening will be done by Dr. Richard Merchant of Norfolk, a Lions Club mem­ ber and associate professor of audlology at the State U- nlverslly College at Pots­ dam. Dr, Merchant, assisted by members of bis Lions Club, has volunteered his services to conduct free hearing screenings tor Lions’ Club communities throughout northern New York State. In addition to conducting hearing clinics. Dr. Mer- Marle C , 1 f • BoUver, Kim LaPlante. Me- aearwE cnnics, u r. mer S o u t h L e w i s ^ I T f a c t s I I i T ig at Turck, Scott Lyndaker, Russ Mels ter, John Monnat, Al Hoffman, Bruce Wldrlck, John Farney, John Freden- burg, Tom Morrow, Mark Nortx, Aaron Barrett, Joseph Bruce and Richard Meyer. Beaver River students selected for the band are as held Its October meeting at the Fenton House wtth Pres­ ident Henry Butterscbon pre­ siding. There were 38 mem­ bers present. Winners of toe annual drawing were; Jim Peck, Copenhagen, first pri­ ze, side of beef; Mabel Zehr, Copenhagen, second prize, 25 pound ham; and Ike Pe- thrybrkdge, Oneida, third 'prize, 25 pound turkey. A- llce Wallace won the 50-50 club. This was tbe last meeting until next spring. On October 21, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Griswold visit­ ed Mr. and Mrs, Homer Ev- erets, N. Syracuse, on the occasion of Homer Everels birthday. When plastic curtains are not ln use, hang them on trouser hangers. They won’t wrlnkler and store neatly until they are needed again. week trip to Peru, He has done much tor toe missions and lepers of Peru. M rs. Mary Teal, Lyons F a lls, and Miss Matilda Bur­ dick of Glenfleld have re ­ turned from their trip aboard. Hunter Safety Course at Haver Gydesen’s home will be Thursday, Nov. 8, at 7:30 p.m . All new hunters, age 14 and others who have never held licences before, November 13, wtU be the first Workshop for Lewis County Home Bureau at 9 a.m ., at St, M ary's , Glen­ fleld, The evening work­ shop wUI be the Nov, 15 at 7 p.m. at tbe same lo­ cation. Valley Homemakers will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at Liz Cobh’s home. Bead Rings will be made. Nellie Grabb will be co-bosless, Brian Bush, son of Mr. and M rs. Lester Bush, Glenfield RJ3,. ts home on leave from the M arines. He ls a 1973 graduate of South LewlsCen- tral School, Turin. One of the new major s e r­ vice activities of Llontsm is that of Hearing Conserva­ tion, the prevention of hear­ ing problems and the care of those who are so afflicted. The Lions would Uke the public to be aware of some of the things they could do tor the community members ln the hopes that It will direct persons needing such ser­ vices to the Lions. The Lions can provide funds tor evaluation of hear­ ing problems, and/or trans­ portation to and from such an evaluation of heartagpro- blems and/or transporta­ tion to and from such an eval­ uation. They could, under some circumstances, pro­ vide a hearing aid for the hand.capped, either for per­ manent or temporary use. They can also supply infor­ mation relative to places for evaluation, hearing prob­ lems, hearing aids, medical services and the like. On Tuesday, November 13, the South Lewis Lions Club wUI have a hearing clinic tor any children or adults who are interested in having their hearing tested. The hours will be 4 p»m. to 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at thy South Lewis Junior- Senior High School,,Turin. Registration will be held In Room 121 wlto toe actual testing being done in lhe health suite. Trained people from St. Lawrence County will do toe testing. Tte public Is urged to take ad­ vantage of tbe free service. Should someone, child or adult, who needs tearing ser­ vices, be known, those In­ terested may contact Harold Wiley at 348-8421 or any member of the South Lewis Lions Club for help. O f f i c e r s A t follows: John Vlrkler, william Stanek, Deaff Sego­ via, Debbie Wrigbt, Nancy Chapman, Beth Wtdrick and Jamie Wright. C h a m b e r D i n n e r Martin SchUl, director ot the Lerwls County Chamber of Commerce and dinner chair­ man of the annual meeting and dinner dance of the cham­ ber, slated this week that toe arrangements for the an­ nual affair at toe Wax Bouse, Snow Ridge, Turin mi Satur­ day, Nov, 10, are about com­ plete. Stuart Harris, executive secretary, stated that toe ad­ vance sale of tickets is very gratifying and that sales are ahead of last year. The 1972 affair was attended by nearly 200 people. After the dinner, Presi­ dent Paul V, Foret will con­ duct a short business ses­ sion after which time State Commissioner of the Office for Local Government pr. Sal J . Prexloao will make a short address. Frank Saecl and his 17 piece hand wUl be oo hand to furnish music for dancing, tte rest of the evening. Salvation Army The Local Service Unit of toe Salvation Army will hold a pre-Cbrtatmaa plan­ ning meeting on Nov. 8 at 7:30 p.m. In toe Lewis County Trust ComponyCom- munity Room In LowvUle. He collects old hearing-atds, recon­ ditions them and makes them available either to needy people or on a loan basis while one’s own hearingald ls being repaired. People having old hearing- aids to donate to the pro­ ject can either take them to toe clinic next week or him them to at Lloyd’s Diner or toe Sherwin-Williams Paint Store .In LowvUle. T i c a v a l r r a v i Anyone interested ln pnrti- l y a i l n O C -SStJRtaJLl clpatlng In toe pi Land,” where they saw ev­ eryone but P - '- r , Peter. M rs, Florence Mooney re­ ceived word Monday of the b ir th of a great-grandson to Mr, and M rs. MartinMon- ey, J r . , at Middlebury. He weighed nine pounds and six ounces and was named Martin George, J r . L a rry Myers left Monday for Orlando, Fla., where he will be employed by the Ko­ gut Construction Company for several weeks, Bowi to Mr, and M rs, Ger­ ald Flansburg on Oct, 29 was a son at Rome City Hospital. M rs. Robprt Jones Is spending some lime with her daughter and family, M r.and dips, John Duds, KlrkvUle, Fred Devoe ls visiting Ms , son aqd family at Cortland I O O l f S t . f u h I V i f d i n for a few days. ’ M r. and M rs. Ralph Dens­ low and daughter, Sharon, were Supday guests of Mr, and M rs. David Rtordian, Adams. Several achool children of the area enjoyed a bus trip last Friday to the \ C a c k le- b e r r y ” farm and \Pumpkin Current Topics Club will m eet Monday evening at H p.m ., Nov. 12, at the home of M rs, S tewart Davey, Day­ an Street. George Lane, assistant adm inistrator of Lewis County General Hos­ pital, will be the guest speak­ er. Cyril McDougall, manager of the Farm Department o f the Lewis CountyTrust Com­ pany, and Karl Smith, trust officer of theTrustCom p any, recently attended the annua] Regional County Agricultural Key Banker Meeting held In Syracuse. The meeting Is sponsored by the New York Stale Bank­ e r s ’ Association. At this sem inar Professor Robert Smith, who Instructs Farm Finance at the New York State College of Agricul­ ture at Cornell, spoke on the \Taxmanshlp in Buying and Selling F a r m s ” ; M r. David J. Nolon, D irector of the Farm e rs Home Admin­ istration, spoke on the \H e w Dimensions In F.H.A,” ;and Professor George J. Conce­ rn pm, Instructor of Farm Management a t theCollegeof Agriculture, spoke on the \Using 'Organized Arithme­ tic’ In Farm Business Man­ agement Decision-Making’’, There were also reports given by the Agricultural County Key- Bankers. With the Increase ln toe s ize and operation of the d airy f a rm s , both the banker and farm e r must be kept Informed of the latest techniques in the field of agriculture; sem inars of this type supply this inform a­ tion. H o m e F r o m T r i p Mr, and M rs, Edward Ntexabytesklf 7663 astState S trret, Lowvllle, returned -home Sunday from a trip to the Southern States, iW y took M rs. Nie 2 ;aby* 08 k i ,s p a ­ rents, Mr. and M rs, William Ostrowskl, fo theix home In ZephyThUls, Florida, where they plan fo reside perm a ­ nently, Mr, and M rs, Wti- t Ham Osirowski are form e r n residents of Lowville and Bridgeport, On their r e ­ turn trip hom*^ M r,andM rs. Nterabyfoski visited M rs, Bin (Regina) Tooker at New Orleans, La., a sister, of M rs, Nlerabyfoskl whom they had not seen in five years. They also visited relatiyes in Duryeal Pa,,and Johnson City, ciptting lo tlw program to aid tbe needy of the area is welcome to attend. 4 - H ’ e r s O r g a n i z e The Jolly Beaverettes 4-H Club to Beaver Falls organ­ ized tor tte new year at tte home of their leader, Mrs. Nevin Lehman, on OcL 8. Two new members Joined. Enrollment cards were Oi­ led out aad officers elected: President, Joyce Wldrlck; secretory, Tammt Lehman; treasurer, Dawn Houppert; news reporter, Laurie Houp­ pert. Tbe members all at­ tended Achievement Night an October 18. Then ted a se­ cond meeting on October 22 and made posters and final arrangements to entertain Beaver Falls youth oo Hal­ loween night, October 31, to Kevin Lehman’s garage. They played games and tout treats tor all. Society To Meet A meeting of toe Lewis County pjstorlcaJ Soclety- wlll be held, Thursday, Nov.. 8, In the LowvlUe Free Lib­ rary at 8 p.m. Guest speaker will be Alfred Ward, a re­ sident of Port Leydea, His topic win be \Hobbles wblcb range from antiques to flip top cans. In Hospital Michael J, Stevens of Low­ vllle ls a patient at an Air Force Hospital near London and wiU be for some time. His address ls: M.J. Ste­ vens, UuSJLR., 089-40- 4409, U,S.A.F. Hospital, Lskenheath. Room 464 Ward E, APO N.Y., N.Y, 09179. IN PLAY - Steve Vance of Lowville has a supporting role in toe Ithaca College production of “ Purlte Vic­ torious\ which was per* formed to the Ithaca CoUege Arena Theatre on Tuesday, Nov, 6. Directed by RusseU Baa- nlght of Mt. Vernon, N.Y., It was toe CoUege’s first Black Senior Project. Bas- night ls a senior drama ma­ jor. A large group of 3Q sing­ ers and dancers also pre­ sented a number from the highly successful musical version, “ PurHe.” Vance, a Junior dra­ ma major at Ithaca CoUege, Is the son ot Mr. and Mrs, Herbert C. Vance of 5621 Division Street, LowviUe.He ts a 1971 graduate ot Low­ vUle Academy and a trans­ fer from Jefferson Commu­ nity CoUege. WhUe at J.C.C., Vance re­ ceived an award tor out­ standing contribution to theater. He was also named to \Who’s Who In American Junior Colleges.\ JOINS NAVY - Edward M. Parker, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Parker, 96 Clinton Street, LowvUle, enlisted to the O.S. Navy Sept. 26 and Is “•tattooed at Greet Lakes Na­ val Tim ing Center, Great Lakos, 41I. He waa gradu­ ated from LowvlUe Academy to June 1972. m m DANCE Friday Night 9 to I Mr. T's T a v e r n K i r s c h n e r v i l l e I I u s l i H i p p i e s ■** BRANDNOER S H I G H O R L O W H I I L S O R P L A T f C O L O R S A N O W I D T H S W A T I R R I P I L L A N T Boots from C L A R K E ' S “ Y o u r ’F a t u i t y S h u e Start* S t a t e S t r e e t L o w v i l l e

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