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t O JOURNAL AND REPUBUCAN.LOWVILLE. N.Y, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 5. 1973 LOSK WIIOHT 01 MONEY BACK Thi Odrintx Piin cm htlp you Dtcom* tin ilim trim pxt?oi. that you would fill* to bt. Odrinix fta.s fwn utod mccissfully by thouunds ail over the country for 15 year*. Get nd of excete lit end live longer. Odrinex U • tiny tablet and easily swallowed.Contamsnodingeroysdruii No starving No special exercises Odunex Plan costs $3.25 and the large economy else $5 25. You must lose ugly fet or your money will be refunded. No question? asked Accept no substitutes- Sold with this guirantN by; Kinney Rexall Drug* C o l l e g e F r e s h m a n Roberta Lynch, of Low­ ville, Is one of tbe 524 mem­ bers of the Class of 1977, the entering freshman class at Mount Holyoke CoUege. The Incoming class, whlcb was slightly larger than an­ ticipated, comes from alt over the United States, and Includes fifteen students liv­ ing In foreign countries. Miss Lynch attended Low­ ville Academy and Central School, where she was a member of the American Field Service and the Area AU-State band. A n n o u n c i n g ) “ We’ve changed our nam e .” Fowler & Green Hardware is now C A T A L D O H A R D W A R E , i n c . Same friendly service and fine selection of hardware, gifts, etc. M a r y L o u a n d E d tcard C u laldo m m .w L v i M o w t h a t w e ' v e b e e n n a m e d I —•» A n A u t h o r i s e d / \ C h r v s l e r - P l v m o u t h ^ \ l y j w e a r e o f f e r i n g ; T R E M E N D O U S S A V I N G S e n t h e s e f i n e u s e d c a r s ! i 19 7 3 CHEVROLET , i custom cob, ! 1/2 ton. . F l i long box, fleet side. 350 V«8eutemotic ~ v j tronsmission.power steering, sliding recr window, factory flir, snow tires end tinted^fus? 19 6 7 PLYMOUTH F u r y ill. 4 d o o r fto r d t o p 3 1 8 V- 8 . . w i t h fu l l p o w e r . 19 7 2 IMPALA 4 door hardtop, 350 V-8. power steering, power brakes, factory air * 2 5 9 5 119 7 1 CHEVELLEMALIBUM 4 doer sedan. 30? V S.power tleermgC^gig JSSRfA M| I * oulomoiic tronsmission. tinted glass. I > _cli^condtUoned. color-Romon red, black vinyl inferior, I ) 1968 PONTIAC . $595 $ 3 9 5 l Botm.vlII,, t dr. htudlop full p a , , , : and «*c*H»nt tires. 11965 RAMBLER 4 door. V-8, automatic, power stewing, runs reel good- * 2 9 5 m m m m Port Leyden Area News By Mrs. Mary Fraser Ph. 348-6042 O. Amann, 77, Dies PORT LEYDEN - Leyden Senior Citizens met Tuesday night, Nov. 20, when a cov­ ered dish supper was served at 5:30. A go>id crowd enjoyed the program. Steve Newvine gave impressions and Mrs. Mary Varker, Gretg, sang solos. ,The supper commit­ tee was Misses Helen Swee­ ney and Verena Burkhartand Mr. Erwin Kirk. The next meeting wlU be held a tst. Martin's Ball,Dec. held at St. Martin's. Hau, Dec. 4 at 7:30. The refresh­ ment committee Is Mrs. Vi- - vlan Evans, Mrs. Nettle A- dams and Mrs. Anna Cooke. The Christmas meeting wtu be Dec, 18 at a covered dish supper a t 5:30. Members are to bring a gift ln value of one doUar. Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Burkhart were Sister Evelina, Roches­ ter; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Burkhart and family, Bald- wlnsvUle; Mtss Mary Burk­ hart, Syracuse; Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Persons and family, Lowvtlle. Mr. and Mrs. R. Sweeney, Lyons Falls, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hughes and fam­ ily, Utica, were Thanks­ giving guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Hawley Kent­ ner left Wednesday to spend the winter ln Florida. Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs, Alfred Rocker were Mr. and Mrs. Nick Di Flo and three children, Syra- cuse; Mr. and Mrs. Francis O’Brien and chUdren, Mr.. and Mrs. Paul Rocker and family and Steven Rocker, Wadhams Hall, Ogdensburg. Recent guests of the John Buneo family were Mr, and Mrs. John Bunio, New J e r­ sey; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Buneo, Rochester; Mr. and Mrs. James punlo, Vernon, Misses Sharon and Patricia Buneo and Ted Buneo, Boon­ ville. Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Salmon and Debbie were Mr. and Mrs. WilHam Rice, BUly, Barbara, Tommy and Toby Rice of Rose, N.Y,; Mr. and Mrs. David Salmon, Davy, Wendy and AmySalmon,Mor- rlsville; Mr. and Mrs. Pres­ ton MacDlarmid, Bameveld; Mr. and Mrs. James Youngs, Boonvllle; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Barlelotte, Lyons Falls; Mrs. Dora Gilroy, Kathy Gilroy and John Hol­ land, Utica* Bob McCanney, Turin; Mrs. Minnie Jones, Marcy, Mrs. Ronald Par­ sons, Jeffrey, Dawn and Gregory Parson, SherUl,N.- Recent guests of Mrs, Vi­ vian Evans were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Graves and dau­ ghters, Janet, Laurie, Carol and Mary Kay, Rome. S u b 'V e teran s New York State Chapter of the UJS. Submarine Veterans of World War H Is conduct­ ing a drive for new members. Membership Is open to those who serve on a O.S. sub­ marine or In a submarine re­ lief crew during the period of December 1941 to Sep­ tember 1945. For Informa­ tion regarding this organiza­ tion and membership those eligible may write or call Earl F. HInman, U.S. Sub­ marine Veterans W W H, Box 314, Cornwall, N.Y, 12518, phone (914) 534—7055, S U R G E Because o f th e m a n y p ip e lin e m ilkin g installations w e h a v e sold this y e a r , w e h a v e an o v e r a b u n d a n c e o f good used A l a m o vacuum p u m p s , electric p u lsa tio n , i50 ib . m ilkin g un its, and tran s fe r stations. C A L L RON HALL at 376-2211 H E 'S G O T T H E R I G H T D E A L F O R Y O U . Lowville Surge A son, was born Nov, 9 to Mr. and Mrs. Alan Ro­ binson at Lewis County Gen­ eral Hospital, Lowvtlle. Mrs, Betty An Plcclotto and daughter, Elizabeth, Up­ per Marlboro, Md., were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Marmon and family. Due to the energy con­ dition the Port Levden Li­ brary hours will be Mon­ day p.m. and Wednesday p.- m., 2:00 - 4:00 and Friday p.m., 1:00-4:00. Mr. and Mrs. William Fa­ hey and family, Rochester, and Mrs. Geraldine Tanney, Fort Worth, Florida, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cannon. Mrs. Grace Bennett, F air- borne, Ohio, spent the Thanksgiving recess wltb her mother, Mrs. Mathew Con­ way. Ouf of town dinner guests of Mrs. Henry Bailey and Mrs. Joseph Dunn were Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Brown and family, Georgetown, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Adams, Cro­ ghan; Sister Mary Magdalene and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas BaUey and family, Utica. Mr, and Mrs. William Wtemer, Utica, were re­ cent guests of Mrs. Mathew Conway, Oscar Amann, Beaver Falls, 77, retired employe of J. P. Lewis, died Nov. 23 in Lewis County General. Hospital, Lowville, where he bad been admitted a few hours earlier. He had been tn fall­ ing health a year. He was born at Castorland, SepL 25, 1869, son of Ru­ dolph and Marion Gluer Amann and bad resided in Beaver Falls all his life. He worked for the J.P. Lewis company until he r e ­ tired at 65. Mr. Amann, who was un­ married, is survived by nieces Mrs. Fran (Marlon) Kelly, Orman Beach, Fl*.. Mrs. Howard (Florence) Castle and Mrs. Walter {Frances) Kohler, both of LowvUle and a nephew, Harry Campbell, Cresco, Pa. The funeral was Mov. 25 at 2 p.m. at the Virkler Funeral Home. Rev. Bruce Chapman, pastor o f tbe Beaver Falls United Metho­ dist Church, officiating. Burial was ln the Castortauul Cemetery. Gordon Glngerlch, former owner ot Lowville Electric, Inc., bas been appointed e- lectrtcal Inspector by the New York B otrdof F ire un­ derwriters to service the eastern section of Oswego County and assist in areas of Onondaga County. Raymond Greene, Cascade Avenue, LowvlUe, has purchased LowvUle Electric, Inc, Mr. and Mrs. Glngerlch are re­ dding at 7650 North Jetter- son Street, Pulaski. 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