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o u r s e m mainten. brWglni, uctlon, and support type wife, Betty, Street, CasJ -v k * :rate plus) rate 0) crate > 80) uit $5.50 Dec. 6. apter tr J Clot* rtire bed teyel'ng bed ad- f indwid- 3s jomed jlummum f e*ira s — e*ira stem, too onded 'o is edges dual teg stat-iMy '<* ba«s ’fianQ!e At The Movies ;; At the Town Hall on Fri­ day, Nor. 9, \Romeo and Ju­ liet,” the internationally ac­ claimed Franco Zeffirelli production, will open at tbe Town Hall Theatre and it will play through Monday, \Uov. 12. This powerfulfilm, eautifully photographed in {technicolor Introduced the youngest performers ever to play the roles of Shafces- eare’s Ill-starred lovers to he sci'een - seventeen- year-old Leonard Whiting and alxteen-year-oM Olivia Hussey. Winning awards, citations and critical acclaim through­ out the world, \Romeo and Juliet” brings a new mag- nlflcance to the motion pic­ ture medium. It is a film with such depth, power and extraordinary acting, lhat it leaves an indelible impres­ sion of splendor mi every audience. Rated PG. I Was Just thinking By Rev. Robert F. Nay F I S H E R M A N ' S C O V E is now serving P I 7 2 A Our Specialty Seafood - Chicken ■ Sandwiches HOURS: Open Tuetdny through Soturdoy 11 o.m.- 8 p.m. Friday - Open 1 1 a.m. - 9 p.m. State St. Ph. 376*2306 lowville Well, 1 thought Halloween treated us aU quite well. I Hiinv Robert Smith Is to b^ commended for taking over the UNICEF drive through the elementary school. The young folks did a very com­ mendable Job. The Kiwanians are also de­ serving of praise for spon­ soring and supporting the Halloween parade, and I think all of the law enforcement people are to he thanked for seeing that no major damage was realised tn our community. The HighSchool Seniors did a fine thing in their costume parade ln the afternoon. From this wri­ ter’s point of view, this Hal­ loween seemed to be one of the nicest ln our ability to recall, even by living in several places. We all, I hope, voted yes­ terday. I should have men­ tioned this last week. We have no room or right to complain and gripe about the service our elected offi­ cials give us unless we ex­ ercise our franchise to vote. Outside of religion Itself, no greater price has been paid than that of our right to go to the polls and cast our secret ballot for the people we know ln our hearts to be the persons deserving of being our leaders. Most of us have been directly af­ fected by the loss of loved ones who helped insure this right in World War n. I hope we can live with those whom we have elected. Senior Citizens Lowvllle Senior Citizens will hold a public card party at the Bateman Hotel dining room on November 8 at 8 p .m . P rizes and r e ­ freshm ents will be served. JOURNAL AND REPUBLICAN.LOWVILLE. N.Y. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 7. 1973 C h o i r M e m b e r Marlon Zehr, son of Mr, Unols. and M rs. Clifford Z e h r, Co­ penhagen, has been selected at, a member to this year's Chamber Choir at Goshen College, Indiana, The choir sings music of the early American church, contemporary church m usic, m adrigals of the 15th and !6th century. This year the choir has planned a m adri­ gal dinner; a spring tour of E a stern Ohio; and a tentative weekend tour of central 11- Dr. Doyle Prehelm , a s so­ ciate professor of music at Goshen, will direct the c h o ir. He Joined the college last year and is also In his se­ cond year with the choir. Goshen College Is a four- year liberal a r t s college tn Northern Indiana. It is own­ ed and controlled by the Men­ nonite Church and has ap­ proximately 1,200 students enroHed this year. AUCTION Sotwrdoy, Nov. 10, 11 a.m. — Calcium Gronga Hof). Calcium ML. Wash. Jewelry Box and Toothpick, Custard Pitcher and Jelly Compote, Gr, Satin Toothpick, Signed Tiffany Toothpick, Rose Tapestry Pitcher, Sm. Cast Iron Stove, Fulper Ware, Roseville, Helsey, Cut Glass Bowl, Steuben Vase, Ex. fine Hanging Lamp, 2 early Windsor Chairs, Post Cards, Hitchcock Deacon’s Bench, Daguerreotypes, Waterford Goblets, Mod. imperial Punch­ bowl, comp,, James Dixon Flask, Early Blue and White Cov. Sugars, Oak Childs Spindle high chair, table, desk. Carved Hall Tree, Fire Ext. Bottle, 3 blown bottles. KNAPP MOTHERS AUCTIONEERS Dvnmork. N.Y. 493-OOtt. iS t lOli. 4*S-5tt« WED IN LIVERPOOL-Pam­ ela AnneCalarco, daughter of M r. and M rs. PatsyC alarco, Liverpool, became the b ride of Joseph Francis Seeley, son of M r. and M rs. Jam e s C. Seeley, Jordan, In a c e re­ mony Sept. 29 tn St, Jo­ seph’s Church, Liverpool, with Rev, Robert J. Long of­ ficiating. Maid of honor was Miss Kathy H a rrous, Liverpool, friend o f the bride. Brides­ maids w e reM lssC lare Roth- child, friend of the bride. M iss M ary Ella Seeley, s i s - 6 > O N S A L E NOW 2 5 * 4 0 J BtE T R E M E N D 0 U ! A S S O R T M E N T F O R M ISS E S • Short shrave shirts ............ ■ • Lang sleeve knit tops • Polyester print skirts • Print shirts in varietl fabrics a Layered-look shirfi • Chambray wttM* shirts tgy y ®tery piece o f sanet* r r \\\N r fw tw fer, hfld l a fc!L * W , w e w colossal e v e n t ! 9 you ■* Sfocfc ||n |«o*w e le c t i o n s ! c '“ *17B | | » > SPKIAiS IN FU1L figure sizes u . Tailored *Mrt* . . . Tops, Ponfs a • Polyester pouts Acrylic pants- Eft. r id net posts lest Grant stem ■ W GRANT CITY. , YTWNG FOR | < SPORTS: « ICE SKATING : • TOBOGGANING D O N ’ T M ISS T H I S S A L E ! T R E M E N D O U S V A L U E S ! west , ums * y * iu « m *1 MOST GRANT CITY STonw nn vnn mavc a f HARfiF? the more for your moneysworth store _________ r.nilVMNEUIt OGDINSMJRG POTSDAM Pork Flerao WATERTOWN G ran t F lo r a LOWVILLE G rant F lo r a GOUVERNEUR Portwr PI ojo POTSDAM Grant Plata J OO YOU KNOW GHENT CITY HAL »C8f coftts, long cosit * fashion shoes • latent handbag sfyids v _____ J te r of the groom. Miss Lynn C a larco, sis t e r of the b ride, and Miss Sharon Calarco, sister of the groom. Flow­ er girl was Miss Pam Rog­ e r s . Kevin Clifford, Jordan, friend of the groom, was b est man. Ushers were John Pinckney, Dennis M llton, Ronald Lyndaker, cousin of the bride, and Peter Vast- 1 >ff, cousin of the bride Ringbearer was Charles Pinckney. M rs. Seeley Is a grad­ uate of Liverpool High School and Is employed by Monarch Liquor C o rp., Li­ verpool. Mr. Seeley Is a graduate of Hudson Valley Community College and received his B.C. ln marketing from Northwest Missouri Stale U- niverslty. He Is employed by the New York State Depart­ ment of T ransportatlon. P o s t m a s t e r s F a l l D i n n e r The Lewis County Post­ m a s ters' Association held their fall dinner meeting at The Coach Light Inn at B ran­ tlngham o n Tuesday, Oct. 16. There were 21 p r e s e n t President, M rs. Bette Urtz, presided . the meeting. Postm aster and M rs. C h a rles Mahaffy, Boonvllle, were guests a t the meeting, j The following s tale of o f- j f l e e r s were elected lor 1974. [ Wilbur Chapman, Glenfleld, president; Arsa Welman, ConstablevUle, vice-presi­ dent; M rs, Evelyn Overton, M artlnsburg, secretary- treasu r e r . Ten postm asters and guests were present. The next meeting Is to be held al Castorland. League To Meel LowvlUe Women’s League will meet at the LewlsCoun- ty Trust Company Communi­ ty Room on Monday, Novem­ ber 12, at 6:30 p.m. Mem­ bers should take a gift for the nursing home and a- nother srmiU gtlt. U S feO 1972 DODGE CHARGER *3195 Chorger, 2 door hordtop, tpecioi edition 14,000 mi. Rod with block vinyl top. full power. 311 V-8. 1967 FORD FAIRLANE *695 Folrlone 500, 6 passenger (teflon .wagon. 289 V-8. powor steering, outomafic. only 62.000 mi. fmppiet. 4 door hordtop*. 350 V0. lull powor vinyl interior. 1971 CHEVROLET fmpalct Soon Sedan 350 VS. full powftr, gold interior. A root (harp Chevy. _________ *2699 (2) 1970 CHEVROLETS *1799 1972 IMPALA 4 door hordtop. 350 VB. power steering, power brakes. factory air. *279! 1971 CHEVROLET Comoro 307 V6. powar (tearing, powar brakes. automctic. tinted glass, vinyl top. Only 17.000 mites. Wot $2,995' *2795 SPECIALS (As Traded) 1968 dlDSMOBILE Oelmont, 4 door seder*, full power, factory ale. real clean, high mileage. *595 1968 PONTIAC Bonneville. 4 Or. hardtop, full power excellent fir**- *595 i m MM ! Because it’s more than an ordinary mattress S E A L Y P O S T U R E P E D I C F I R M N E S S G O E S O N A N D O N it’s a Unique B a c k Support System l j A new mattress is a long term investment. That’s why it pays to buy the best Ordinary mattresses can lose their firmness over the years. With Pos­ turepedic. tbe firmness that's built in stays m. Designed in cooperation with leadmgorthopedic surgeons for firm support. \Mo morning back­ ache from sleeping on a too soft mattress \ Price* start at Watertown Mattress Co. Low v ille PH. 3 7 6 -2 0 1 2 Shady A v e n u e

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