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JOURNAL AND REPUBLICAN,LOWVILLE,N.Y, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14. 1973 Son B o r n T o B a x t e r s Mr, and Mrs. Stephen Baxter, Henderson Settle­ ment, Frakes, Kentucky, are the parents ol their first child, a son Jason Matthew, born Nov, 3, 1973. Mr. Baxter Is the son of Mrs. Beverly Baxter, Low­ ville, and Mrs. Baxter is the former Diane Terry, daugh­ ter of Mr. and Mrs, Bussell. Terry, Bellmore. A Sincere THANK YOU to the voters of the Town of New Bremen for re-electing me to the office of TOWN CLERK Thanks Again B e r n ic e E a t o n 50 YEARS WED _ Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Gelskopf were recently honored at a sur­ prise 50th wedding anniver­ sary party at Hotel Parquet, Constablevllle. A luncheon was served to 100 guests. Regina Lalller and Gre­ gory Gelskopf were married Nov. 7, 1923 at St. Joseph's Church, Boonvllle, Barnes Corners Notes By Helen Lucas Ph. 688-2880 BARNES CORNERS — gain a patient In Mercy Hos- Tuesday, Nov, 19, at 8 p.m. pital, Watertown. Unfor- there will be an official of tunately, after her recovery the Methodist Conference to from broken bones, she be- meet with Interested persons came anemic and has un- at the United Methodist dergone two transfusions. Church ln Barnes Corners The Town of Pinckney on the 7 x 9 Rd. board meeting was held on Thursday this month due to the elections being held on Tuesday. Mrs. Russell LucasfPaul- ine) was a patient In Mercy Hospital, Watertown, for two days. The 4-H Club did not hold Its meeting this week. The leaders and some of the members are taking lessons In assembling lingerie. Mrs. Carrie Turner is a- Raiders 5-2 Record D o Y o u W a n t A G o o d U s e d C a r T h a t W i l l G i v e Y o u S e r v i c e A n d E c o n o m y ? If You Do Stop In And See Us At LOWVILLE MOTOR SALES We Have Some O f The Nicest Used Cars. W interized, Tuned Up and Guaranteed 1972 Dodge Chorgwr, A V-8, p.*., o. cond., 16,000 mi. 1971 Dodge Demon 340 4 ipd.,One Owner, Sharp. 1970 Plymouth Duster 2 dr., h.t,, A. 6 cyl., Perfect 1971 Pinto Runabout 4 cyl., 4 spd., Real Economy 1970 Matador 4 dr. sedan, a., p.s., law Mileage 1969 Dart GT 2 dr. h.t., A., 6 cyl.. Excellent Condition 1969 Opel Kadette 4 cyl., 4 spd... Economy with Good looks 1969 Volkswagen Bus. 9 passenger. Economical ( Roomy 1968 Volkswagen Bug. High Mileage. But Good Running 1967 ford feirlone Wagon, A., V-B. p.s.. Excellent Throughout PLUS MOM (OM4NG ON NEW CAR TRADES 7 r Age Us Now? L o w v i l l e M o t o r S a l e s 10 Y E A R S M E M B E R LE W I S C O U N T Y D E A L E R A S S O C I A T I O N Phone 3 7 6 -71 11 or 3 7 6 - 7 1 1 4 West Leyden Notes By Mrs. Bertha Goodhines Ph. 348-8570 WEST LEYDEN - Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cronelser, with Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Hughes of Boonvllle, attended the Standard Bred Horse Auc­ tion at Harrisburg, Pa., on Monday, Tuesday and Wed­ nesday, Recently, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Freeman, Mr. and Mrs.’ Marden Watkins, Mrs. Winifred Quinn, Mrs. Doris Petrie, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Quinn entertained at a birthday dinner at the Hul­ bert House in Boonvllle for Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Free­ man of West Leyden. Theoc- caslon was Sidney Free­ man’s 80th birthday. Last Rites For Woman The funeral for Mrs. Lot­ tie Smith, 5374 Rural Ave., Lowvilie, widow of Alexan­ der Smith, who was found dead at home Nov. 8, was Nov. 10 at the Virkler Fu­ neral Home, Rev. Stephen Leehy, St, Peter’s Church, officiating. Burial was tn Lowville Rural Cemetery, She was born Nov. 14, 1893, in New York State, a daughter of James and Julia Bannon Shields. She and her husband, Alexander Smith, operated a firm in Route. 177 near New Boston un­ tU he died July £5, 1966. Following his death Mrs. Smith sold the farm and mov­ ed to her present home In LowvUle. She is survived by two cousins, Mrs. Edward(Flor- ence) Eaton, San Leandro, Calif,, LeoSheilds,Salt Point Road, Sackets Harbor, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schoff spent the weekend with relatives in Long Island. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seel­ man, 119 Charles St., Boon- ville, celebrated ttelr 55th wedding anniversary on Oct. 30 with a party given them by their three children: Mrs. (Mildred) Isenecker, Mrs. (Rosemary) Smith, and Mrs. (Shirley) Urtz. The event was held at the Alpine’s, Turin Rd., Rome. The couple were wed at St. Michael’s Church, Mo­ hawk Hill. They were resi- ients of FishCreekRd.,West Leyden, until 1963 when they moved to Boonvllle. Mr. Seelman was a self-employ­ ed farmer. The couple have nine grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Guests attended from West Branch, Clinton, Maryland, Lee Cen­ ter and West Leyden. A cake was made by Mrs. Mildred Isnecker. Parent-teachers confer­ ences for grades K-6 wlU be held at the West Leyden School on the afternoons of Novem' er 14, 15 and 16. Guitar class wtll be offer­ ed to the fifth and sixth grade students under tte di­ rection of Mr. Straney. The course is for ten weeks with six students in each class. , . , . ;W Furniture Refinishing and Repairs C h a i r Se a ls & B a c k s W o v e n F R E E E S T I M A T E S G I V E N Lewis County ARC Sheltered Workshop S499 J a c k s o n St, l o w v i f f e 3 7 6 - 7 0 2 4 W e e k d a y s 9 a.m . ■ $ p.m . Town of Watson voters: T/ir* fttlhncnif* sinrrrrly thank ynu fur ytmr suppnrt mt klrrfittn Day. ,\ W . 6 . ★ V i r g T a y l o r ★ T i n k e r F l i n t ★ B o b G r i s w o l d ★ F r e d S t e w a r t ★ G e o r g e Kunlz ★ S h i r l e y P e t e I S ★ A n n a B i i r d i e l t ★ J o e S w e r e d o s k i Schedule Testing Guidance Department ai South Lewts Junior-Senior High School on Wednesday morning, November 21, is offering to Interested South Lewis students tbe oppor­ tunity to take the Armed Forces Ap'ltude Battery, The test, given free to stu­ dents interested, provides students, parents and coun­ selors with information con­ cerning a student’s indicated aptitude in nine areas: word km>wledge, arithm- tic rea­ soning, space perception, mechanical comprehension, shop and automotive Infor­ mation, electronics, tool knowledge and coding speed. The tesi is designed to provide an excellent mea­ suring device to supplem enl an academically oriented test with no obligation what­ soever to the military. It will help the student plan a course of traihing or study to go directly Into the labor* field, or continue his edu­ cation in college, trade school or university. For those students desiring voluntary enllstm-nt after graduation from high school, it may determine eligibility for In-service advanced school training. AU tenth, eleventh and twelveth grade students in­ terested must sign up In the Guidance Office as soon as possible. In case of over­ subscription, first com?- first served will be the rule. The 1973 LACS Red Raid- «• er football team compiled a 5-2 overall record and earned a share of the Front­ ier League “ A” Division title with a 4-1 mark. Car­ thage and I.H.C, recorded Identical 4-1 records. Cap­ tains for the local squad were League All-Star selections Marty Hlrschey, Kevin Peebles, and Dennis Inger- ‘ soil. The Raiders began slowly, opening the season with a 16- 0 loss to Adirondack. The locals came back strong to shut out arch-rival Beaver River 13-0. A very good Beaver team was held to 69 total yards for the game. In their first League action, Lowville lost a tough 12-8 verdict to visiting Carthage, That game produced the much talked about \Inadver­ tent whistle’’ which nullified an apparent 55«yard touch­ down run by defensive end Mark Talbolt. The Raiders found themselves trailing the South Jefferson Spartans 7-2 going into the fourth quarter in the next game. A 19 point final quarter salvaged a 21-15 victory for the Red and White. tn the I.H.C. Given IG P Golf Awards Mrs. Karen A. Ingersoll, Turin, and John Parry, Jr., Lyons Falls, have just been named as “ The Most Impro­ ved Golfers Of The Year” at ihe Turin Highland Golf Club. A coveted gold award certi­ ficate from \Golf Digest” Magazine, America’s lar- gturt golfing publication..gras ' w4*ohted to ners by Andre Lamarche,’ pro golfer. The certificatesareamong the nation’s most highly pri­ zed individual golf awards. The Most Improved Golfer Program was originated ln 1956 by Golf Digest to re­ cognize and reward the game’s most important ob­ jective — individual Impro­ vement. \Gold Digest” each year also names the Most improved Golfers of the Year, mat - and female, among PGA and LPGA tour­ ing professionals. Thenames of this year’s professional winners, along with those of the above-named winners, wfll appear in tte January issue of \Golf Digest\ ma­ gazine. Additional facts about the winners are: Mrs. Ingersoll is the club secretary and Mr. Parry serves on tte board of directors. Mr. Parry has played golf periodically until 1968 and consistently stoce that time at Turin Highlands having been a me-nier of the Men’s League and Pasta League. Mrs. Ingersoll started taking up golf and lessons from Andre La­ ma rche, pro in 1970 and has participated in both Ladles’ League and Pasta League. game, tte Red Raiders fin­ ally put It all together in a tremendous 19-12 upset of the heavily •* favored Cava­ liers. it marked LH.C.’s first and only loss in Front­ ier League competitionslnce joining the League in 1969. The locals dominated the game completely, amassing 370 total yards and 18 first downs to the Cavaliers’ 122 total yards and 6 flrstdowns. A super-charges Raider de­ fense held tte much-publi­ cized I.H.C. offense to just one first down and 5 total yards for the entire second half. A large Parents’ Day crowd viewed the Red Raid­ ers as tteyoutclassedneigh- borlng South Lewis, 29-0. fhe visiting Falcons were held to 3 ftrst downs and 86 total yards in tte contest. The final game of tte sea­ son saw the Raiders gobble up Indaln River 34-8, with a total yardage advantage of 332 yards to 61 yards over the panehless Warriors. Final team statistics for the seven - gam? season were as follows: Plays - Lowville 434, Opponents 397; Points - 124 to 63; First Downs - 82 to 46; Yards Rushing - 1382 to 639; Pas­ ses Attempted/ Completions 68/23 to 111/45; Yards Pas­ sing - 323 to 359; Fumbles Recovered - 12 to 10; In­ terceptions - 9 to' 7; and Yards Penalized -320 to 412. Head Coach Neal Aubel and Assistant Jerry Neveras wlU welcome back 21 of this season’s 32- man squad tor tte 1974 season. Graduation will lake the following Red Raider footballers: Marty Hlrschey, Kevin Peebles, Dennis lngeipoll, Jtm Sch- liedor, Max Makuch, Mike Marshall,Stwo Brown, Del­ bert Lehman, John Harris, Pat McCue, and Ben Wood­ ard, ■'■■■ ........ Where quality counts and the prices are reasonable DRY CLEANING $ 8 lbs. 2.50 SHADY AVE. ATTENDANT OPERATES MACHINE ON DUTY 8:30 TO 12:30 MON. THRU SAT. M o d e m C o i n - O p L a u n d r o m a t s LOCATED FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE ON SHADY AVENUE AND LOWVILLE PLAZA e S e e d s • F e r t i l i z e r • T w i n e Place your order now fe r your Spring needs to insure delivery and avoid shortages!!! \ O R D E R ™ E A R L Y L o w v i l l e F a r m e r ' s C o > o p . , I n c . Shady Ave. Lowville S c h e d u le l) « net* A senior class dance will be held Saturday, Nov. 17, from 8 to 11:30 p.m, ln the gymnasium of Lowvtlle Aca­ demy and Central School. Music will be by \Tanner V I L L A G E T A V E R N Glenfield , 1S.Y. D A N C I N G Friday and Saturday 9-1 N ights H o t p o i n t & R o y a l C h e f A p p l i a n c e s V i k i n g & B e a t t i e C a r p e t i n g G A F F l o o r C o v e r i n g W i n d o w s & D o o r s A r m s t r o n g S t a p l e U p C e i l i n g s O w e n s C o r n i n g S u s p e n d e d C e i l i n g s B a t h r o o m & P l u m b i n g F i x t u r e s Georgia Pacific Barkley U .S . 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