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f 12 JOURNAL AND REPUBLIC AN,LOWVILLE, N.Y. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1973 Y (tit riic '1 r e t in« annual Christman nu .>ui,g of the Volunteer r lass of the First Methodist Church of LowviUe will be held on Saturday, Dec, 1, it 12 noon. Members are l-.i-.w1 to take a covered dish uni a gift to exchange. The tuuvrage wlU be furnished tn Mrs. E Ua Gordon and des- ,-- rt by Mrs. Mable Brown. l * r o n d P a r e n t s Mr, and Mrs. Duane Far­ ney, LowviUe R.D. , are the proud parents of a son, Ter­ ry Jason, born October 30 tn the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown. They also have another son, Todd Jeffrey, age two. Mrs. Far­ ney ts the former Karen Brlot daughter of Ur. and Mrs. Clement Brlot. NUMBER FOUR M rs. B e r n a r d R o w s a m P h . 3 7 6 - 3 0 4 9 Glenfield Area News B y M r s . A l i c e K o g u t 3 7 6 - 3 3 7 7 P h . The American ' Cancer Society, Lewis County Unit Gratefully Accepts Memorial Gifts By Telephone 376-2260 Or fly Mail. Acknowledgement Is Sent To The Bereaved Famffy. Mr,. Corl SowI.y Kindly phon, dr moll your gift to: 7762 IS, Stof. stro.t. tov»vlll». N. 13367 WATSON-NUMBER FOUR Mrs. Flora Rother, Trinity Avenue, enjoyed a surprise birthday party at the Roth camp, Number Four, on November 19. Gift unv~ap- ping and enthusiastic card playing followed the dinner ln her honor. Guests pre­ sent were from Lowvtlle, Albany and Syracuse. At age 73, Mrs. Roth is en­ joying good health. Jan Rowsam, Beaches Bridge, spent the Thanks­ giving holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Carney and family, Verona. For extra special muffins, put a teaspoon of blackberry Jam, or any other flavor you might prefer, on top of the muffins before putting them in the oven. The flavor wtll bake right through. They’re so delicious. S t a r t i n g S u n d a y , D e c . 2 West Leyden Notes B y M r s . B e r t h a G o o d h i n e s P h . 3 4 8 - 8 5 7 0 W C W I L L B E O P E N S U N D A Y S 6 T O 1 1 : 3 0 A . M . S T O P I N A N D T R Y O W K B R E A K F A S T S P E C I A L S H i ^ P a u l ' s R e s t a u r a n t S t a t e S t r e e t L o w v i l l e , M .' WEST LEYDEN- Mr. and Mrs. Richard HaU are the parents of a son Thomas Richard, born Nov. 18 at the Rome Hospital with a weight of eight pounds add four ounces. The couple has one other son. The P.T.O. officers would again like to remind the students, mothers and the community that the Campbell soup label drive Is continuing until Dec. 8. Their is a large box to deposit them at the Victory Store in Boonvflle. There are more then 70 audio-visual equip­ ment Items offered. They need help. Miss Roberta L. Platt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon E. Piatt of West Leyden, was wed to B. Allen Pullman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carol Lewis and the late Ambrose Pullman ofForest- port. The wedding took place In Bradenton, Fla., on Octo­ ber 18, Brad Wilbert Is a member t l ® P DECEMBER f o H E N D E L H O T E L W • Lyons Foils Vivv t i n d e r ih e new m a n a g e m e n t o f F R E D H U G H E S FREE SMORGASBORD p.m.-10:30 p.m. M u s ic fn R a v i n g R a m b l u r s KITCHEN AND DINING ROOM OPENS MONDAY. DEC. 3 HOME COOKING BY MAUDE GYDESEN. ^ •iff ^ G a t e r i n g t o * Weddings * Receptions * Parties ■k B a n q u e t s ot the Adirondack Central School Senior Chorus to perform at the Concord Ho­ tel at Kiamlsha Lake on Nov. 27 at 8:15, He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wil­ bert, Main St., West Leyden, and was chosen from 1,400 students. The West Leyden Ladies’ Auxiliary held a regular meeting at the fire hall on Nov. 12. President Eunice Kwasniewski presided. Min­ utes of the last meeting and the treasurer’s report were approved. Tillle Fey won flie sunshine drawing. Plans were discussed for the an­ nual Christmas party. A tentative date has been set for Dec. 7. The next regular meeting will be Monday, Dec. 10, at 7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stinebrlckner, Sr., celebra­ ted their 25th wedding anni­ versary with a party given them by thetr children, Joe, Mike, Mark and Chris Sttne- brickner and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Higby at the West Leyden Hotel, with 125 guests attending. Guests at­ tended from Rome, York- vllle, Ava, West Branch, Ly­ ons Falls, CoostablevHte and West Leyden. Margo Evans, Rome,spent the Thanksgiving recess with grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Goodhines. Allen Rybtcky, Cornell, was home for the weekend wllh his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Ed Ryblcky. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Seel- man entertained the follow- GLENFIELD - Mrs. Victor Clark, Glenfield R.D., left Nov. u for North Fdrt Meyers, Fla. She returned by airplane with her son- in-law, Bernard Holland,and David Woodall, who ha.f been here for a week’s hunting trip. She will stay all win­ ter. Mr, and Mrs. Roy Mealus have also left for ' Florida for the winter. The Glenfield Garden Club will meet December 5 in Roland Reed’s basement at 8 p.m. This is the annual Christmas party. Please take exchange gifts, valued from $1 to 32. Ann Young and Marjorie Wantz are co­ hostesses. The South Lewts Home Bureau Chapter wUl hold a Christmas party December 12 at 12:30 p.m. Members will be notified as to meet­ ing place. This will he a covered dish dinner and those who attend should take table service and exchange of gifts, valued at $1 to $2. Cards wtll be played follow­ ing the dinner. All members of the South Lewis Home Bureau Chapter who have signed up to make vinyl bags will meet at the home or Madeline Salsburg Dec. 4 at 9 a.m. Bring a bagged lunch; beverages will be served. As winter rolls around, winter sports at South Lewis Junior -Senior High School have begun ln full swing. In wrestling, the Falcons are sporting a small but well- experienced team. Return­ ing Varsity Lettermen and starters on the varsity squad are: Senior. Ken Kogut. 112 pounds; Senior, Mike Cleveland, 119 pounds; Jun­ ior, John Munger, 126 pounds; Senior, Gerhard Monger, 145 pounds; and Senior, Steve Markham, 177 pounds. Other hopefuls for the varsity squad are Ed Markham, Ran­ dall Nellenback, Jeff Melss, Tom Gorzyca and Tlfn O’­ Brien. Tbe rest of the line up will come from Netl Austin, Peter Weber, Steve Stanley, Joe Markham Chuck Markham, Louie Til­ ler and Steve Mooney. The Falcons start their wrestling schedule on November 28 when they travel, to, Citftoni- Fine for a non-league mutch. Their first home mutch Is Center IS YOUR MATTRESS AN OLD SOFTY? Try a firm night’s sleep on Sealy Posturepedic A Unique Back Support System l} tx x J mi c« >: p - ri : t n_»ru\ * th IraOin\ orlTio- — . i *- ( -jr ..J '. \>jr\>-‘oH1; j,i[ Cf.tjnior'.iblv liriti-Mip- ’<1 ■ ■v '1 N K'rriir it’ iv‘ *nmi sleep mg t.t.; Mu •'•ItnuUre^. ( hokC ot cujnlort^ •. >: I-xfr i I inn or(*cntiy Finn. $ 0 0 9 5 u € / € 7 < t o - p lng Thanksgiving: Dayguests: Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Seelman and two children of Verona; Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Nel- ler.back of McKeever; Mr. Lewis County Adult Acti- and Mrs. Leon Nellenhack of vity Center Is celebrating its Maryland; Barry Nellenback grand opening on Wednesday, af Maryland; Mr. and Mrs. Nov. 28, at theMasonlcTem- Rtchard Nellenback of Lee pie Building (basement) In Center; Mi^-and Mrs. WH- Lowville. The Masonic Tem- liam Platt *aiw daughter of pie Is located on State Street Lee Center; Mr. and Mrs. between the Mode Supply Ed Nellenback and daughter, Bobby Jean of Forestport; and Cecil Nellenback who is attending MVCC of Utica. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Case had their Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs, Jim Stur- tevant, Mr. and Mrs, Jim Cihocki, Mr. and Mrs. Stan­ ley Mazlr, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Goodhines and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schoff. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cun­ ningham, Yorkville, were at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs, Ed Rybfrkv on Thanksgiving Day. Mr. and Mrs. James Nel- were Company (formerly Bush's Market) and the JOURNAL AND REPUBLICAN office. For easier accessibility, the rear entranceshould be used. The centers hoard of di­ rectors and staff invites all Lewis Countians to attend. The hours are II a.m, to will lenback and family dinner guests at th- home of her sister Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harnett and family of Rome, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cut­ ter, Constableviile, also a t­ tended. Harold and Richard Wil­ liamson spent several days hunting tn the southern zone (Steuben County), Mr, and Mrs, Charles Ku- pic and famtiy, Utica, Mrs. Lillian tamson and son Sam Tile, called on Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Goodhines on Thursday,Thanksgiving Day. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoyStlne- hrickner were hosts to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stinebrlckner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jo­ seph VanArsdale and daugh­ ter, Mr. and Mrs. Clemens Stinebrlckner, 3 p.m.. Refreshments be served. The center hopes to in­ volve aging county residents, such as, an Individual who has lost a spouse or reia*. live and who becomes In- creastigly lonely; a person who lives In a remote area and It Is difficult for rela. lives or friends io visit them and they are participating ln activities less; an In­ dividual who has suffered a phyclal disability and can­ not get around as they once did and are having difficulty coping with the change. Each participantwhois r e ­ ferred far services will be prescreened hy the center’s staff. The center's services Include: a pleasant, com­ fortable and safe environ­ ment, recreational and lei­ sure time activities, self, care trainiig, Incrensingso- clllzatlon skills, oneTmeaj containing the equivalent ol one-third the nutritional r e ­ quirements per day served family-style and a rest or quiet period. twin u/e \S POSTUREFEDIC MONTH AT ■I C o u n try W e s te r n M u s ic - D a n c in g V i l l a g e T a v e r n C r o g h a n , N . Y . W a t e r t o w n M a ttre s s Co, Friday, November 30 9 to 1 T h e ifc i r s m m d s o f S h a d y A v e . 376-2212 Lo w v ille ('hark &' Upcouiitry on December 6 at 6 p.m., when South Lewis is host to Alex Bay. The Falcons are under tbe guidance of a new coach, Kevin Aubel. They are looking for a s ic- essful season with much of their backbone coming from their'senior starters. On Nov. 17, the beginning of deer hunting in Southern Tier zone, you would of thought war had been declared. Shooting was heard from every direction. One party ot four from Glenfield one from Lowville and three from Port Leyden) returned with three bucks and one doe and many stories about “ You should of seen the one I missed.” On Nov. 17, the funer­ al for Mrs. Eunlta'Nagy was held ln St, Mary’s Church, Glenfield. She will be souly missed not only by her sons and husband but by neighbors and friends. Sincere sym­ pathy is extended to her family and the family of Dor- rance Ramsey on the loss of his mother, Minnie Ramsey. Henry Pominville had a nice eight point buck. •>, x A t t e n t i o n F a r m e r s ! 1 IH 350 with loader Farmall 350 w /loader ’and half tracks 1 Excellent used bale thrower, racks with wagons Caterpillar D 4 Crawler-Dozer, very condition good S E E W i d r i t k A S o n s , f n c . S h a d y A v e . l o w v i l l e A Of ■ta a to J* [ 4 D A Y S O N L Y ! T H U R S D A Y - F R I D A Y - S A T U R D A Y - M O N P A 1 FR E E TURKEY Average Waight- 11-tbs. WITH IHE PURCHASE OF A Frigidaire! R E F R I G E R A T O R , L A U N D R Y P A R I , O R E L E C T R I C R A N G E ! 4 BIG REASONS TO BUY NOM i - SPICIAL MMCtt THAT SAVI YOU NONIYI t , COMPUTl IBlCnOM OS Aa AOCBA 3 - YOU AVOB IASI WUNUH WONBW FPI3-I70TU DC03T Frigidaire BIG 17 cu.ft. f r o s t - p r o o f : m — ^ -^infinite water level control R E F R I G E R A I D K ** UTQMATfCOAKYCLE S C m ' w «»*r£bmaneNT PRESS CYCLE ^ nJEt CIRCLE SPRAYYSTEM S H C O nJET FLOWINT L FILTER frigidaire LAUNDRY PAI1 s2 5 8 ^ . s 1 7 8 f«ci muter w m n i m m • 51 IS. CAPACITY . , • LARGE 240QLN. S I OOORPENING O •SAFETY START SUTTON •2 TfftTERATlMEELECTION S •PERMANENT PRESS SETTING •CYCLE ENDSIGNAL S FREE TU R K E Y t 1100% FROST PROOF »IIG 100B. I TOP FREEZER « SEPARATE REFRIGERATOR ANO FREEZER CONTROLS • PATENTED POSTOOP L CONDENSER NWINORCELAIN T P HYORATQRS ' CUAMfTXU Frigidaire 3 0 ” S e lf-C leaning Electric RANGE s 3 2 8 FREE TURKEY! 5-YEAR NATlONRflOE PROTECTIONLAN P M M » v O « m < U t f c n « l |( Wvw. * r,*~I~ ril XH336W .RADiARTi£ u 8URRER3 •COOKMASTER OVER CORTROL •AUTOMATIC AffUARCt OUTUT •All EORCEIAIR CORSTRUCTIOR •FULl WIDTH STOBACE DRAWER F B 1 E F R I G I D A I R E E L E C T R I C D R Y E R ANYONE CAN WIN — JUST BRING OR MAIL IN THE ATTACHED COUPON (OR REASONABLE FACSIMILE THEREOF) AND YOU CA N I K A WINNER! Be Sure To Ask For A Demonstration WIN A DRYER! ■ ADDRESS, On The Sensational iJ^cuv. Touch & Cook I | TEL-. Frigidai re Range. | _ ZIP. Caupon must be deposited in our store before Dec, 22. Drawing held on Dec. 24. You do not have 'i to b e p r e s e n t to w in. L o w v i l l e F a r m e r ' s C o - o p . , I n c . S h a d y A v e . P h . 3 7 6 -6 5 8 7 L o w v ille

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