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JOURNAL AND REPUBLICAN.IOWV1UE.N.V. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1973 Naumburg Area News By M rs. Irene Schulz Ph. 4 9 3 - 1 1 6 7 W e ’v e g o t a h e a t i n g p l a n y o u ’l l w a r m u p t o . Plan t. Compralwnaiy. Sarvlc. plan 3, Annual Tune-up. - p , gives you total protection You get heat.ng system c .'- m '- iq at peal, an annual tune-up plus on-call set- cenc> vice Major heating system com- £ nj0y v.oru-'reu ne.-i.n,-j cc’nfo'1 ponents are repaired Or replaced |hu\ season Jua ->nr> irU. ,'oupon • without charge if necessary 0f c^\ Plan 2. Batic YaarRound ' Service includes the annual tune-up plus on-caii service A o i l h « a f LOW V ILLE O IL C O M P A N Y T«d Smith, Proprietor PHONE 376-3533 OH 376-3410 FOR PKOMTT DELIVERIES AND AUTOMATIC PRINTING SERVICE, NAUMBURG - M rs. Ar­ ietta Z e h r chaperoned M ar­ cia WeUer, Julie Campany, Susan Emerson and JUl Zehr on a three-day 4-H Honor Award trip to Mon­ treal, Quebec. M r. and M rs. Je r r y Me intosh a r e parents of a daughter bom Oct. 21 at Lewis County General Hos­ pital, Lowville. Mr. and M rs. Paul R, T h e sier were honored at an open house Saturday, Oct. 13, at their home in cele­ bration of their 25th wedding anniversary. Mr. and M rs. Robert C. Rich observed their 25th wedding anniversary, Tues­ day, Oct. 16. M rs. Dora Graves and M rs. Kate Arnold visited Mr. and M rs. Jam e s Whitton at Holland Patent. M rs. Whit­ ton and M rs. Graves are siste r s . M rs. Leon R. Keckandher son, Robert J. Keck, and his daughter, M iss Nancy Keck, Canastota recently attended the famous Liplzzon Horse Show In Utica. M iss Candace Peebles and her guest, Miss Nancy Law­ son, Armenia, spent the weekend with M r. and Mrs. Charles Peebles and family, Peter C o rrigan, U.S.N., has returned from a year’s stay at Dtego Garcia Island, a naval communications cen­ te r in the Indian Ocean about 1,100 m iles south of India. P e ter was in the weather d i­ vision which studied weather ’ developments in the Indian Ocean. P e ter, his wife and son, Shawn, are now resid­ ing in Naumburg in the Fred, Single apartm ent. About 65 persons attended the family night supper F ri­ day at Beaver Valley United Methodist Church. Young people served the supper and sponsored a handicraft auc­ tion, Kevin Ganzel was the auctioneer. The youth group made $56,00, one third of which will be donated ta UNICEF and one-third to Camp Aldersgate. The annual election results of Calvary Assembly of God Church Is as follows: tru s ­ tee for three y ear term , Har­ ry Gates; financial sec­ retary, FI eta Peluso; Sun­ day School superintendent, I leta Peluso; mission sec­ retary, M argaret Hendrick; deacons, Gerald Lautensch­ lager and Harry Gates; dea­ coness, Ronnie Gates. C e le b r a t e T w i c e , d o i i i 11 in* 5 0 * 1 C h r is t m a s C lu b i V o w . - N W h en y o u jo in , y o u 1 1 receive an attra c t ive p h o t o cu b e , w h ich has s p a c e fo r six o f y o u r fav o r it e p ictu r e s . N e x t fail, a f t e r y o u 'v e m a d e 5 0 w e e k ly d e p o s its in y o u r C h r ist­ m a s C lu b a c c o u n t , w e l l m a k e an extra w e e k 's d e p o s it f o r y o u ! A n d y o u 'l l b e ail set f o r a h a p p y , p repaid sh o p p in g spree. T r u s t U s \ s T e W f s e o u n t y f T r u s J , C o m p a n y L O W V I L L E - P O R T L E Y D E N C A R T H A G E M E M R fcR m e EJfcON K e r o s e n e F u e l O i l C o a l Meter Printed O i l Tickets c o m p B t e B U R N E R ^ S E R V I C E ^ LOUIS BUSH & SONS, INC. forest Ave. Lowville Ph. 376-3212 W E m n s M E Or 2% Cosh Discount On 30 Day Charges G eorge P. Sullivan, aged 78 , died Nov. 2, His fun­ eral was held Nov. 5 a t 9:30 a.m . from the V irkler Fun­ eral Home, Lowville, and at 10 a.m , from St, M ary's Church, Glenfield. Burial was ln Falrvlew C e m e te ryat C a rthage. M r. and M rs. Otto Thoma, 629 Bronson SL, Watertown, w ere Sunday callers of r e l­ atives and friends in this vi­ cinity. M iss M ary Thom a and her siste r , M rs. Dorothy McVoy, are giving a baby shower for Peggy Lautenschlager Nov­ em b er 14 at 8 p.m . at the Castorland Hotel. M r. and M rs. Gerald S. Snyder becam e parents of a daughter, M elissa Jean, at the House of the Good S am ­ aritan, Watertown, Nov. 1. C y rus A. Genzel, 83, Naumburg, died Sunday m orning, Nov. 4, In C arthage A rea Hospital where he had been a patient for about sev­ en weeks. His funeral was held Nov. 6 at the Bossuot Funeral Home, Carthage, with Rev. Bruce Chapman of Beaver Valley United Me­ thodist Church, Naumburg, officiating. Burial was made in Union C e m e tery, Naum­ burg, M r. Genzel was born at Riverbank a son of Lewis and Katherine T isse Genzel on April '4 , 1890. He was educated at Riverbank School. He m a rried Sarah Hoppel Oct. 4, 1916. She died In 1944. Mr. Genzel had been a rarm e r all his life. He is survived by three sons, Lewis, Leslie and Lowell, and a daughter, M rs. Leah Newman, seven grandchildren, three great­ grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Miss Edith M. Shaffrey, 80, died Nov. 3 in the Sa­ m aritan - Keep Nursing' Home in Watertown. Edith was born Dec. 16, 1892, in the town of Croghan, a daughter of John and Anna Malady Shaffrey. Mr. and M rs. George Loomus celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary at the Carthage Hod & Gun Club on the Naumburg Road. A buffet dinner was given by their sons-ln-law and daughters. W .Ogrodnik D e a d A t 7 3 Walter S. Ogrodnlk, 73, Natural Bridge Hoad, Har- rlsvlllp, died Nov. 8 in C a r­ thage Area Hospital where he had been a patient six days. Bom Jan. I, 1900 at De- Pew, a son of John and Ma­ ry Ogrodnlk, he was educa­ ted in local schools and m a r­ ried Gladys McRobble May 19, 1934, a t H a rrisville. Rev. Frank Jones, then pastor of Holiness Church, officiated. He had been employed by the New York Central Railroad and r e tired in 1965. Surviving a r e his widow M rs. Gladys McRobble Og. rodnlk; three sons, Edwin, at home, R o b e rt, a chief in the Navy at Boca Raton, F la., and Lponard, H arrisville; two brothers, Stanley, Har- rlsvtlle, and John, Tonawan- da and a s i s t e r , M rs. Char­ lotte Poprockl, Buffalo. The funeral was Nov. 10 at the Lundy Funeral Home, Rev. M aurice A. Hobart, pastor, H a rrisville Holiness Church, officiating. Buriat was in H a rrisville Cemetery, W a t e r t o w n M a t t r e s s C o . ! L o w v i l l e , N . Y . SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD UNTIL CHRISTMAS I : MODERN S W IV E L R O C K E R foam seats aad backs, 4 colors. 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