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uhliom N.Y. 1336? Established J 830 'e t e r i a M e n u s Castorland Briefs By Mrs. Harold Graves Ph. 376-7296 Barnes Corners Notes iOURNAt AND REPUBUCAN.LOWVIUE. N.Y. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28. 1973 a By Helen Lucas Ph. 688-2880 ibltshera o., Inc. Usher tager :er pher stive ETS, m e. rmcUco-Atlanta “cond-class matter DVANCE | lental LOWYILLE ACADEMY Monday - Barbecued chic­ ken, potato ships, buttered beets, diced peaches and milk. Tuesday - Ravioli, but­ tered wax beans, peanut but­ ter sandwiches, gingerbread with topping and mtlk. Wednesday - Hot pork sandwiches buttered Juli­ enne carrots, oatmeal muf- ' .flns with butter, applesauce and milk. . . . Thursday - Hot dogs and rills, buttered sauerkraut, baked pork and beans, cho­ colate tapioca pudding and mtlk. Friday — Toasted cheese sandwiches, cream of tomato soup and crackers, cherry .cobbler and milk. In G e r m a n y Army Private Bernle Trl- ance, Jr., 19, son of Mrs. Loretta Trlance, 5499 River St., LowvlUe, Is serving with the 8th Intently Division tn Mannheim, Germany. Pvt. Trlance a a rifleman with Troop C, 3rd Squadron of the Division's 8th Cavalry. His father, Bernle Trlance, Sr., lives on Varnum St., NW, Washington, D.C. Countries I! tn we can sprighQyf . . . when some&e unkind. . . smi£,< 1 truth la everything end It will p re^n' , so many folks ft. way.. . God knots a pay . . . to wftn all. . . we'll wNJs 111 not olease a lt\ ' I 2 8 , 1 9 7 j ■ 1 rr. * a See The New L A N D R O V E R , World famous British 4-wheel drive ' vehicle. 4 cvl., 8 forward speeds, seating far seven, non-rvstltig alloy body, competitive price. J O H N M U M F O R D A U T O S E R V I C E CASTORLAND - The Le­ gion Auxiliary of the Kar­ cher-Kohler Post No. 850 wUl meet Dec. 5 at the home of Sylvia Foster. This win be for the Christmas party and a covered dish with a dollar gift exchange held. Mr. Mid Mrs, Roy Bach of Castorland spent Thanks­ giving at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Tyner, Baldswlnville. Mrs. Tyner and Mrs. Bach are sisters. The M.Y.F. of the Beaver VaUey United Methodist Church entertained youth from Beaver Falls and Glenfield on Sunday night, Nov. 18. The Family Night Supper of Beaver Valley Church, of whlcb 50 persons were present, was held cm Nov.16 at the church parlors. Vin­ cent Nortz showed sUdes on Ecuador and South America, where he spent some time last summer as an exchange student. Miss Gene Widrlck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Widrlck, is a pa­ tient at the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown. Guy Mellnltz has return­ ed home from the Lewis County General Hospital. We are glad to report that Mrs. Alberta Ruhn) la com­ ing as good as can be ex­ pected - from her hip trans­ plant. The U.M.W. Of the Bea­ ver Valley United Methodist Church will hold a sewing day, Wednesday, Nov. 28, at the home of Mrs. Harold Graves. Please take your thimble and a covered dish. Vincent Tabolt spent three days/ Nov. 12-15, at Mount Pocono, Pa., purchasing; tor the Lowvtlle Farmers' Co­ op. He stayed at Mount Airy Lodge. Lewis County Legion Aux- Ulary met at Castorland Ho­ tel on Thursday, Nov. 15, Plans were made for a din­ ner held at Croghan on Nov. 20 for Mrs. Mary Smack, department president. AUen Johnson, Kenneth Parker and Phil Smith, a - .long with four other men from Lowville, left Nov. 18 for the Southern Tier for a two-day hunting trip. AUen Johnaon and one other man got two deer. A l L e j e u n e Marine Pvt. William R. Emerson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Avery R. Emerson, Croghan, has reported for duty at the Marine Corps Base at Camn LeJeune, N.C. BARNES CORNERS - Due to the fuel shortage, the Com­ munity Hall In Barnes Cor­ ners has been closed down. Plans for the 4-H meetings are stlU pending. However, the cfaUdren stlU have 4-H cookies for sale. Mrs, Susan Ryan and two chUdren Debbie and Danny spent the weekend with Mrs. Helen Lucas and Stanley. Sister Charlotte McDonald bas returned from a ten-day vacation trip with her bro­ ther and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred McDonald In Baltimore, Md. Alfred brought Sister Charlotte back and the family gathered for the occasion, Mrs. Joan Kelb, Mrs. Rita Dowllng,Mr. and Mrs. Clair McDonald and daughter Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Donald McDonald, Mr, and M?s. Joseph Beagle and son, Benjamin, Mr, and Mrs. Stephen McDonald and family and Mrs. Esther Lan- fear. Mrs Nell CRuth)Burns cel­ ebrated her birthday Wed­ nesday, Nov. 21 at a party given by her daughter and husband, Mr, and Mrs. George MerrlU, Rodman. Those present were Nell, Vonute and Stanley Spencer, Kathy and Richard Burns, Mrs, Velma LucasandNell’s and Ruth's grandchild, Stan­ ley Spencer. Mrs. Carrie Turner has returned home from the hos­ pital, is presently Uvtngwlth her son and family, Mr. aad Mrs. Lynn Turner In Adams Center. Mr. Fred Woodard has re­ ceived his glasses and once again is operating his car. Some people celebrated their Thanksgiving Day with relatives and friends, Mr, and Mrs, Carlton Lucas and family, Mrs. Velma Lucas with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bush tn LowvlUe, Mrs. Ola Ram­ sey with Franklyn and Kay Ramsey at Kay’s sister In Lorraine. New Gift Giving Plan A Lowvllle-area mer­ chant, LowvlUe Pharmacy, State St., is part of a new nationwide glft-glvlng sys­ tem that makes tt possible to have a gift delivered almost anywhere In the country within hours. The system Is operated by GutAmrrlca, a subsidiary oi the Western Union Cor­ poration. Deliveries are made through tbe network of 5,600 GlftAmerlca deal­ ers across the nation, and purchases can be charged to most major credit cards. Guts, which are on display at GtftAmerlca stores, range In price from $15 to $45, Tbe local dealer relays aU order to GiftAmerlca’s computerized service center in St. Louis, Mo., whtcb la turn contacts the dealer sws sections. AMI and dally nevji e handler tocaJQ apermarket\baf- Ind out the latest r Abby” or \ A # and. In our c aer*’, than to headlines tn voted to news its fact, for maaytjf apers were ft- al for the hocAft- and a protective the garbage hat they were 1$- forming the pSw when the oRW p radio it wae-.a to go to the b*&- re wouldn't nttM ten,\ And X X be Bevafly HfJ- ere much rod* id enjoyable tMb silng News w H mklte.” And £ ir business wctii decades thatlfe American life I f . “ TheWanstrBit 'ben actually tfcftr Un such p apers^ lew York HerRH nd the still •ea­ rn York Tlmee* irse, aU seera'fc the \guts” d out or sd by a socl coming lnci I f ^ ■are ago, J mats a teacher frleedf. [ high school Afta- try - that hlsarti- e terribly t s ^ - n it came to c # - . We coodacMOs who was corrAfc ng tbe test ujffc e's two U.S. S & *<* m mewl of ut polls ia selectin' Mr, RockefeUjJ, has been elected, same time, ffd. , we have elect#* f. Governor. « n lovernor? A. our present Cal- our State Sefta- s our Assembly- , the Chief Justice 5 >me Court? *•> 1 we just electsia ice of the Slide peals a few we/fta I we elect for I t r tew weeks af*7 lltton will GenQd ‘ If he becoriet tent? •: becoming Vl(e Spiro Agnew was what state? the current pvt- :er of the Its, t the Speaker'pf of Kepresenb- my County Lag- the salary of my rvlsor? many Assessors m have? the Lewis County hree of the alx elected on Nov. eSupremeCouft? unty Attorney Jj? my members afe le Lewis County glslators? rwls County Cof- “*cher friend win d I win? My, b« ■e well-informed What’s New At Sunset By Huldah Wendt BOONVILLE - Sunday af­ ternoon the Armistice Day program waa held. Com­ mander Herbert Strobe! and Chaplain Charles Mahoffy of the American Legion and Commander Clarence Fey of the V.F.W. were ln charge of the program. Sunset has six veterans: Bert Brown o f Indian Lake, of World War 1; Alfred Can. naw, of Carthage, WorldWax H; Chester FuUer of Ctut- tenango, World War II; Robert Kelly of Illon, World War 1; Carmen Vanellan of Utica; and Joseph Koxlow- skl of Boonvllle., veterans of World War II. Mrs. EUa Lane Nugent of Boonvllle also a resident of Sunset was honored. Her brother, Charles J. Love, was the first BoonvlUe youth killed In World War n and the Charles J. Love Post was named ln his honor. Mrs. Sandy DeVlaser con­ ducted the a r t class Monday - afternoon. She also showed her painting* of LanstnghtU Gorge. Saturday Mrs. John Bunlck and Mrs. David Mullvaney of Rome and their 4-H Busy Elves girls held their mon­ thly birthday party for the residents, A large birthday cake and punch were ser­ ved by the Elves. Mrs, Sarah Davis, Rem- sen, wife of Judson Davts, died Monday morning. She had been a resident for a long time. Mrs. George Eck held the weekly gospel hour. Rev, Pierce conducted the church sem ceSunday. Two movies were shown; “Victory Is Won” and “ Vil­ lage In Spain.” Thursday afternoon Girl Scout Troop 619 of Holland Patent held a social hour and musical program In the BU C K Y B R A D F O R D S A Y S , “ E N J O Y A W H A L E O F A T R E A T O N FRID A Y S ” £ ‘ALL YOU CAN EAT' FR IED FISH DIN N ERS (Thur»dov'» cmd Friday's In lowville) BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY rM it C if y ttva more for your m o m y a w o d h atore *Lowvllle*Watertown*Ogdenshurg* Gouverneur'Potsdam nearest the recipient's home. This dealer signs the special occasion card, wraps the gift and delivers tt. Customers who can not visit a dealer may call a toU-free number—800-342- 5777 — to order from GUt- Atn erica directly. The gift line Is displayed '• at LowvUle Pharmacy. M a r i n e G r a d Marine Pvt. Brian B. Bush, son of Mr, and Mrs. Lester Bush, Glenfield RJ5, 1, was graduated from ba­ sic training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Par­ ris Island, S.C. A 1973 graduate of South LewlsCen- tral School, Turin, he Jo'n- ed the Marine Corps Ic July 1973. solarium. Cookies and cherry punch were served. Mrs. Richard McGhee and Mrs. John Ovens scout leaders, were with the girls. Mrs. Ethel Jadwtn, Low­ ville visited her sister, Mrs. Lumoaa Mereness on Tues­ day. On Wednesday, Mrs. Brus­ sels and her class of Old Forge visited the residents passing out beautiful home­ made fruit cookies. The crafts class are making favors for the Thanksgiving dinner. Mrs. Louise Porter re­ cently visited the Harding Nursing Home ln Watenrtlle. The Brownies Troop 65 held an evening party for the game club on Wednesday evening. A v i a t i o n M e c h a n i c Navy Airman Apprentice David W. Powlln, son of Mr. and Mr n. Alexander O. Pow- lin, L vrlUe RJJ. 2, has completed the Aviation Structural Mechanic School at Millington, Tenn. Avia­ tion structural mechanics maintain hydraulic systems, fuselages and wings aboard naval aircraft. S o c i e t y B a z a a r Altar-Rosary Society of St. Peter’s Church Is holding a Christmas bazaar on Thursday, Dec. 6, from 10 a.m, to 4 p,m. Tbe society’s business meeting and Christmas party will be held Tuesday, Dec. 11, at 1 p.m. Each member Is to lake a dollar gift. We Have The iCIeanest Used Carsl In Town All Priced To S E L L and G U A R A N T E E D !!! 72 DODGE CHARGER auto., V-8,p.*., air cond., 16.000 mi. 72 FORD 1/2 PU 6 cyl., 4 spd., Excellent condition 71 DODGE DEMON 340 4 »pd., reef sharp. 77 PINTO 4 cvl- 4 spd., real tconamy, oxcolloat shape 70 MATADOR 4 dr. sodan. auto.. VS, pa., low mileage, one owner 70 PLYMOUTH OUSTER 2 dr.. auto.. 6 cyl., very nice. j 69 DODGE DART auto.. 6 cyl.. real economy 69 liOlKSWAGON BUS 9 pass., now paint, etc. 160 CHEVROtfT IMPALA 2 dr.. h.t., auta., V-B, p.*., nlct. 168 REBE1 2 dr. h.t., auta., VS. pa.. I one owner, lew mileage 167 JEEP WAGONEER 4 wheel dr., std., VS. aa.. one owner, real good 67 FORD FAIRtANE WAGON auto.. VS. pa., law priced and good. P i n s A p p r o x i m a t e l y 1 5 M o r e V e h i c l e s C o i n i n g O n INew C a r & T r u c k T r a d e s (2) New GMC Truck. In Stock Hu. Matador., Hornet* In Stock: Mora Coming See All These At L o w v i l l e M o t o r s State Street 376-7111 YEA*S MEMBEB LEWIS COUNTY OEAlll ASSOCIATION! Animal Health Aids Cattle Off Feed? [Try WAYNE V.M.P. Boluses a Ramin Stimulent for fast effective results. A S D IN J E C T A B L E M A S T A I D S P E C I A L DRI C O W P .S . INJ. (PennlcHlin & D l A y d r o s t r e p t o m y c i n ) L O W V I L L E F E E D & G R A I N . 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