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8 JOURNAL AND REPUBLICAN,LOWVIUE. N.Y. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 7. 1973 Hospital News ____ Domser, Lyons FaUs; John Potockl, Lowville; Gregg Kuerstetaer, Turin; Helene Egan, Croghan; KarenKeape, Castorland; Donna Cooper, Rtchville; Lawrence Farney, Heavier Falls; Gertrude Church, Lowvtlle; Amelia Felstiaw, Constableviile; Stewsart Smith, Lowvlile; Kenneth Corrigan, Lowville; Stella Meyer, Beaver Falls; Harold Wood, Jr., Castor­ land; Horatio Cobb, Glen­ field; Gerald Edick, Low­ viUe; Deborah Francisco, LowvUle. BIRTH: Mr. and Mrs. Rob­ ert Dosztan, Glenfield, a daughter Oct. 26; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Nortz, LowviUe, a son Oct. 27; Mr. and Mrs. Keith Merit, Lyons FaUs, a son Oct. 27; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Seaver, Glenfield, a son Oct. 26; Mr. and Mrs, Randy Andre, LowviUe, a daughter Oct. 29. ADMISSIONS; Nicole Shultz, Lowvlile; Bryan Rog­ gie. Croghan; PhyUls AUen, LowviUe; Lena Forbes, One­ ida; Ortance Blodgett, Lyons Falls; Theo Schmitt, Lowvlile; Clifford Chart­ rand, Croghan; Louise Buchal, LowvUle; Frank Sturtevant, Copenhagen; Ste- ' fka McNeil,Copenhagen; Jef­ frey Greenfield, LowvUle; Linda Youngs, Hinckly,N.Y.; Jason Dunn, LowviUe; Ber­ nadette Christman, LowvU­ le; Fred McDougaU. Port Leyden; Maude Robinson, Lowvlile; Barbara Segal, Brooklyn; Howard Mellnitz, Castorland; Andrea Galar- neau, Lyons Falls; Vaughan Young, LowvUle; Ruth Tho­ mas, Benders, Glenfield; PrtscUla Mundstock, Low­ vUle; Tammy Lynn Petrie, LowviUe; Howard (Carl) FalrchUd, Lyons Falls; Ro­ bert Forbes. Oneida; Agnes Easy Terms P u r v i n e s E le c t r ic S t a t e S t r e e t L o w v i l l e Does It Pay To Feed WAYNE Calf Nipt 225 ib, milk <19 T9 ot 8571b. 25 Ib, Coif Nip cost $ 7 .3 7 $ 1 1 .7 5 Saving by using Colfnip If IS calves were raised per year x saving per calf at WAYNE CARES L O W V I U E F E E D & G R A I N , IN C . S H A D Y A V E N U E D r i n k M o r e M i l k # News of Turin By M rs. H a zel Thayer Ph. 348-8953 LOWEST PRICE EVER ON FAMOUS • o p ^ W h i r l p o o l AUTOMATIC WASHER! 2S p e e d 3-Cycle TURIN - Mrs. Ida Forte, wishes to thank neighbors, reltatlves, nurses, O.E.S. Salma Chapter, Senior Citi­ zens Club of Boonvllle Grange for the wonderful cards received while a patient at Lewis County General Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Kirk- brlde spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Frances Ca- pron and fomlly at Verona. Frances C apron andchUd- reo of Verona, were recent visitors of Mr, and Mrs, Ivan Thayer. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Benedict, MlssStilrley Bene­ dict and Mr. and Mrs. Har­ old Benedict motored to Roanoke, Va. The first part of the week was spent visit­ ing Mr. Benedict’s uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Benedict. Mrs. Margaret Boshart has returned to her home af­ ter being a patient in the House of the Good Samari­ tan, Watertown. Her son, Mr. and Mra. David Boshart and fomtly of Fla. are spending some time with her. Mr. and Mrs. David Bene­ dict were guests of her sis­ ter, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Green at Camden. Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Sey­ mour, Mrs. Grace Seymour and Mr. Roland Hills were Sunday guests of Mr. HlU’a daughter, the Joyner family of MannsviUe. Mrs. Anne Seymour caUed on Mrs. Lois Rye) and James Rjfel, Copenhagen, recently. Mr, and Mrs. Bernard Kraeger accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Zurbrugg to an Agway directors meeting at Syracuse. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kraeger have returned from a trip to Pa. They went to Fatrport to vis it their daugh­ ter, Trudy Kraegerand Laurl Kraeger stayed there while they went to McKees Rock, Pa. to visit Mrs, Pauline Glusner. They visited Pitts­ burgh and Other points of In­ terest while there. Tops 488 met at theschool Wednesday, Mary Jane Swlernlck won the fruit bas­ ket. The diet candy contest was wot by Mary McGovern who also won the “ Ha Ha Box.” The Halloween con­ test which has been running for a month was won by Mary Jane Swiernlk and Mary Mc­ Govern. Food exemptions are Ice cream, potatoes and po­ tato chips. Eva Mae Swier­ nlk is Queen for September. W H A T ’ S H A P P E N E D # v \ j i By M a rgaret C a r t e r | \ \ P h . 3 7 6 - 3 2 3 8 T h o m a ’ s 2 5 Y e a r s W e d Croghan News Briefs By M rs. Harold D e L a P o r te Ph . 346-6863 CROGHAN - The regular He la the son ol Mr. and monthly meeting of Beaver Mrs. Anthony Strife, George River American Legion Aux- Street, lllary No. 1663, Croghan, Earl Kelly, who spent the will be held at the Legion past four months here at rooms Nov. 8 at 8 p.m. ■ the borne of Mr, and Mrs. Members are asked to take Woodrow Slglfe, has returned grifts for Ihe Veterans at the to his home to Belmar, N.J. \ James Strife and hlswtfe, Veterans’ Hospital, Syra cuse, to he distributed at Christmas, Those who at­ tend are asked to lake Christ­ mas wrapping paper, ribbon and tags for these gifts. Do not take anything sharp or breakable. Members are also retjuested to take mit­ tens for the \mitten tree” Grace of Troy, spent the weekend here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs, An­ thony Strife. Harold Fetathamel of Al­ bany was a guest of hts aunt, Miss Ella Rauhle daring the' past week. They visited Mr. Festbamel’s mother and Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Belrue, Wlllsboro, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry McSweeny, Sharp St., Mrs. Belrne Is a sister ot Mrs. McSweeny. Mrs. TUlle Dekin, Glen­ field, and Mrs. Bertha Ri­ chards, Lowville, have left for Port Ritchie, Fla., to spend the winter. LowvUle Bridge Club scores for games played Oc­ tober 29 at Trinity Episco­ pal Church are as foUows: Loren Schoff and Judy Wes­ tern, 43 1/2; John Turnbull and Rena Turnbull, 41 1/2; Ira Eldred and Lou Peters, 39 1/2; Tom Yousey and Al Eckelman, 3? 1/2. There were four and a half tables played. Mrs. Maurice Virkler, 7663 Park Avenue, has re turned from visiting Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brink and fam­ ily, West Port, Conn. She also visited friends ln Phila­ delphia, Pa., and Oldwlck, N.J. October 10, twenty-four members ot the LowviUe Day Unit met at Pethsuma Pines at noon for a dinner. Mrs. Kovack played the organ for ■ their entertainment. Fifteen members met Oc­ tober 30 at the home of Mrs. Charles Denlng at noon for a covered dish lunch. After lunch a abort business meet­ ing was held. Thenext meet­ ing will be November 28, at the home of Mrs. Harry Meyers, Four members of the B.Y.F. of the First Baptist Church attended the State Convention ln Rochester, No­ vember 9, 10, and 11. On Saturday Nov. 3 , a bake sale was held. The proceeds went to sponsor the trip, Mrs, Mary Goodell his re- tamed home from Trenton, N.J., where she attended ihe funeral of her brother, Frank Lewhart. Ray and Florence Cowan of 7597 Church St., Low­ vUle, recently returned af­ ter a five-week western trip. High points ot the journey Included visits to Madison, Wise.; Mason City, Iowa, Mi­ tchell, the Badlands and the Black Hills in South Dakota; Fort Laramie, Wyoming; and Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo and other spots tn the mountains In Colorado. Al­ so, Topeka, Kansas; Kansas City and St. Louis, Mo. They saw relatives ln Bloomington and Rockford, IU.; Warren, O,, and Butler and StateCol- lege. Pa. They revisited O- hio Wesleyan, where they met during their coUege days. After seeing friends ln Buffalo, going to Niagara FaUs and Corning, they are happy to be home. RECIPE OF THE WEEK Lemon Dessert 1 pkg. lemon jello 1 3/4 cup hot water Let set and then whip. Add to whipped JeUo, I cup sugar, Juice and grated rind, of 1 lemon. Add 1 targe can of evaporated milk whipped. 1 box of Nablscoes, roUed fine. Line a pan with half. Add JeUo mixture, cover top with remaining crumbs. ChlU. - Ruth Askins to help fill the Christmas* sister of Miss Rauhle, Mrs, w . , , , cheer baskets. Anvonewish- Marsuerlte Fetothamel of W t*lI a f t A i d cheer baskets. Anyone wish­ ing to donate mittens, hats, scarfs, etc., may leave them at Ihe American Legion rooms or at the home of Mrs. Julius Meyer, Main Street, Croghan. The Croghan Fire Aux­ iliary held Its monthly meet­ ing October 15 at 8 p.m. al the Firemen’s meeting rooms. The | 1 prize was awarded to Mrs. Anne Mey­ er. Lunch committee appoint­ ed for toe next meeting, Nov. 19, Is: Chairman, Elaine Marolf; A r let ha Mattlmore, Edna Hoch; substitute, Jan­ ice Williams. Scribe for the auxiliary ta Mrs. Carol Ker- flen. Any member knowing of an ill person or a shut- in Is asked to take ln the names at the next meeting ln order to get the list ready for the Christmas fruit bas­ kets In December.. The Beaver Rtver Senior Citizens will hold a covered dish supper November 14 at 6 p,m« at the Community HaU, Beaver Falls, followed by entertainment. The Croghan FireDepait- me.it was called to the home of Reuben Kloster to extinguish a chimney fire al 7 a.m. on Friday. No dam­ age was done. Mrs. Robert Kelly has re­ turned to Croghan from a three week visit in Cul­ pepper, Va., at the home of her daughter, Jeanne, and her husband. Nell Grau, and daughter Laura. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Strife spent the psst week ln HeathvUle, Va., visiting their son and daughter-in- law, Dr. and Mrs. Richard Strife. Mrs. William Hltx and daughter, Dawn, returned to thetr home in Musapequa, L.T., via plane, after spending a weekend here as guests or Mr. and Mrs, Julius Mey­ er. Kenneth Strife, Convent Street, ls a patient at Lewis County General Hospital, where he is receiving treat­ ment for injuries sustained In a one-car accident on Sa­ turday night. Proud Parent* A son, Jeffrey Scott, wss bom Oct. 25 to M r. a n d M rs. Jam e s Lee, Groton, bom at Tompkins County Hospital, I th a cu. The L e e 's have another sod , B rian, 4. Mrs, Lee1 to the form e r Marv Louise S tr e e ter, daughter of M r. and M rs. A rthur Street­ e r , Castorland. Club To M en Home improvement Club will hold a mr-.-iing Nov. 14 at 1 p.m. at the home of Jackie Kohnn. Christmas favors will be made. Marguerite Fetathamel of LowviUe, who ta a patient at the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown, undergoing observation. Bearers tor Mrs. Menno (Elizabeth) Zehr, whose funeral was held last Monday at the Mennonlte Church, New Bremen, were: Alvin Martin, Earl Yousey, Arthur Mathys, Levi Schrog, Mil­ ford Sehwartentruber and Dorance Martin. The Misses Margie and Shirley Martin spent October 23 through Oct. 25 visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Walker and family In Webster. Another reminder: Don’t forget St. Stephen's annual Christmas party November 16 In Si. Stephen’s Church Hall, beginning ln the morn­ ing and running through the evening. Refreshments will be served aU day. There wlU be various booths, etc. State Comptroller Arthur Levitt has announced the dis­ tribution of $99,800 tor No­ vember to Lewis County for social service purposes. The funds represent approxi­ mately 90% of the federal and state share of the anti­ cipated welfare expenditures tor November by the local­ ities. The federal share a- mounte to $42,945,000 state­ wide. Mr. T s Tavern Klrtchnarvlll* Dance Every Saturday Night *•1 Chuck £ Upcountry NOVEMBER 1973 WK HAVK TALKED ABOl'T Ol RSELVES |it th« past issue* of our bulletins we have told you mostly about ourselves and the way we oprralr our stove lo *W* you the very he*t \n professional pharmacy. HOW DO WE FEEL ABOUT YOU? Vou, U»e consumer are ihe m©«! important factor in our pharmacy dependent on us — we are 1. Vou are not dependent on yon. 2. You are not art interruption of our work, but rather the purpose of tour work. 3 You confer a favor on us when you come In or ra.ll. We are privileged to serve you. 4. You brine us your pharmacy wants and it U our Job tn fill those wants at the ri*ht price, with the BirHt qualify af the rlfht time. 5. If we lose you, It is a most cosily HshUUy — you as a satisfied customer are our most valu­ able asset. HERE IS OI'R PLEDGE! Everyone who works in our pharmacy will always abide by these five rulinr faetor*. We promise that we will be the type of family phar­ macy that you will be proud to buy al! your pharmacy needs from. MEDA'S CORNER PHARMACY! \Your Prescription Pharmacy\ Phone 376 -5212 for Depsndoble Deliveries | On The Busy Corner 159 Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Thoma, Dewitt St., Lowville, celebrated their 25th wed­ ding anniversary on Novem­ ber 4 at the LowvUle United Methodist Church. Attending were their children, Joyce and Gwendolyn; Mr. and Mrs, Stephen Bemat; Mr. an'* Mrs. Emery Bernat and tb»ir children, David and Carol; Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Bernat and daughter, Lau­ ra; Mrs. Marlon Graves; Mr, and Mrs, Otto Thoma; Miss Yvonne Graves; Mr. and Mrs. F red Blngle and their chilQ. ren, Kathy, Steven and Shar. on; M r. and M rs. Maurice Graves and their children M arsha and Glenn; and Mr. and M rs, C u rtis Richter from Oneida. Everyone en­ joyed a cold smorgasbord, cake and Ice cream , ■ M r. and M r s . Carl ’A. Thoma w e re m a rried ion October 31, 1948, a t Ihe Lojw- vUle Methodist Church with Rev. Roger Williams per­ form ing the ceremony. J I I I I I I I I f t . MODERN DRY CLEANING ^ I I I 1 1 I 1 MACHINES AND CLEAN FACILITIES. SAVE ON FALL CLEANING D rapss, Clothing, Etc. New Hot Water System EOR Alt THE HOT WATER YOU MEED W a s h e r s 3 0 c & 3 5 c PARKING EOR CUSTOMERS ONIV. CORNER Of STATE X WATER STREET. VOU CAN A1WAVS OO BETTER AT DUPLEX LA U N D R Y & DRY CLEANERS I 1 1 I I 1 < > i ' 11 O o G / ia r it 6 d HI. tOUHCHOKE NEW STRIPED OR SOLID COLOR SOCKS A . Ski, skate, hike in w O u t / 8 i r e t c h n y l o n so c k s . Soft against Ihe s k i n . In s o l i d s w l l h stripes. 10-13. B. M e n 's a n d boys’ ther­ m a l k n i t sk i s o c k s . Heavyweight terry knit for warm th. W ool/nylon. Solids, 9-11, 10-13. C. H e a v y w e i g h t b o o l so c k s of w o o l / r a y o n / cotton/nylon. Perfect for cold w e a ther. Striped, in sizes ,10Vi -11 Vi , 12-13. s m S I 47 JL ML MEN’S TUBE BOOT SOCK Bulky therm a l knlf boot socks of O rton' acrylic/nylon. Tube con- s l r u c l i o n . L o n g e r w e a r. S o lid body with striped lops. One size 10-14. SAVE 9 7 ; BOYS’ BOOT SOCK Special knit sock of w o o l/co llo n / rayon/nylon. A g r e a i s o c k lor the active youth. Splffy design of solid body, striped lop. Sizer, 7-814, 9-11. 00 YOU HAYl ACHKRGl? MOST ITEMS AVAILABLE AT MOST GRANT CITY STORf M i a m i o r 41 f o r y o u r K t o n a y a w o r M i i t a r a WTATERTCTWlf - Grant Plaza GOUVERNEUR - Porter Plaza ^LOWVILLE ~ Grant Plaza OGDENSBURG - Park PI sm POTSDAM - Grant Plata

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