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9 . 1 1 JOURNAL A N D REFUBtlCAN.lOW V IUE. N.Y W tDNESO A Y . DECEMBER 12,' 1973 Musical (Coattmied from P a g . 0 . Bob and Kay Doyle, Bo mg Aaderaon, Lynn MaUefta, V e ra L l s k , G a r y Jooro, K a ­ thy H a r r a y , John Schlleder, D a r k ! Ocam p o and Jody C l a - mona playing guitars, Pat and Bea Ocampo, L a r r y M a r ­ sh a ll, Ladd H a r r i s and S u ­ sie P a r k e r ; accom p a n ists • S y l v i a V irk le r , Anne Eckel- raaa, Joan Skow y ra and Kay D o y le. There wtll be no adm is­ sion charge or collections taken. Refreshm e n ts w ill be •erred. H igh school students w ill be w ider the direction o f Debby Hour than. Harrisville Notes By Sue Burgess Ph. 543-2407 m r i p o o l FREE-STANDING H MASHER COMPACTOR P lsce In m o et a n y c onvantoni s p o t In ttie h o u se. I t t f v c t i t r a s h >9 f l f p r a x i m « f « l | r 1 / 4 i l l o r i g i n a l f l l t - O c J v a s y s t e m w i t h tw o p o w a r it r * w * p r o v i d e * » c o m p a c t i n g l o r e * o f a p p r o x i m a t « l f 2 3 0 W b » . - V i n y l c l a d • I n s v t a h H i w e o d y r a i n to p - B o i l f - f n a u t o m a t i c d e e d o r l i o r s p r a y s y s t e m - D r o p d o w n s i d a - p a f l a l o n d r a w e r w i t h la v e r - a c H a n fo c k - X » y - t y p * s t a r t • w t t c M f c n g s t a r s g a c o m p a r f m n n t - P r e v i d e s a d d e d k f t c h a a c o u n t e r - s p a c e . \ W 228.00 W h i r l p o o l s|^Oa uMsnaolas VfoMwi f MMnVi fSOVUfMC^oa ...it’ll get rid of the tilings your disposerdoesn’t J y f i p u t y o u r t r a s h In th i s W h i r l p e t f T r a s h M a s h e r c o m p a c t o r a n d tu r n tfia h a y . T r e s h i t ( K t m y t l y r e d u c e d t* a p p r o x i m a t e l y 1 / 4 o f o r i g i n a l e i t t - A n d y o u c a n c o m p a c t u p t a a w a n k '* w o r t h o f t r a s h f a r « n a v e r a g e f a m i l y o f fo u r In t o a n * d i s p o s a b l e h a g f f r e e s t a n d i n g m e d a l s h o w n I t i d a a l in t h a k i t c h e n , m a y b e p l a c e d a n y w h a r a i t ' s m o s t c a n v a n i a f i t f o r r e v - 178.00 P u r v i n e s E l e c t r i c State Street Lowville H A R R E V 1 L L E - T b * V U ­ lage of H a r r lsvU le baa acquired a 1968 track equip­ ped wtth snow plow, accord­ ing to M a y o r Rosw e U .Crlng. Representatives o f the vil­ lage board recentlyappeared in Watertown to bid on tha vehicle at a state auction. The truck, purchased fo r $t,d2S, needed only m inor repairs pins the addition o f two rear snow tire s at a coat o f $200, to make tt serviceable. In the winter, lt wlU be used to aid in the clearing o f parking lota and church parldngareas; In good weather lt wlU haul g r a v e l, be used during s treet clean­ ing operations and leaf re ­ moval, etc. M a y o r C r ln g has also an­ nounced the pump installation problems have been resolved and that be waa assured by the Installers that H a r r l s ­ vU le w ill have its new supply of water within the week. Santa I s com ing to H a r r i s - ville on Sunday, Dec. 2$, at 3 p.m., hi meet and treat the local youngsters. The erqpt i s co s p o n s o r e d b y the H a r r lsvU le Volunteer 7 Ire Department, Inc., and the v i l­ lage merchants. D a le V a c Patten and Com p a n y w in Ieoa a m u s ical escort to Santa who w ill a r r iv e b y h o n e and sleigh. The outfit, com p li- ments id Jack Ford, w ill be rlgged-up with wheels plus the usual runners, ln case the weather falls to cooperate with the season. D a r in g the program , which Inc lodes gilts fo r the kiddles, a d raw ­ ing w ill be held to r e v e a l tha winner of a rifle scope. The scope w a s donated to the f i r a department tor this purpose by E r ie Phelps, a tost hunt­ er during early November who waa located with the aid or H a r r lsvU le flram e n search sad rescue eftorts.In charge o f soUeitteg area merchants tor the event were Fred Jenack, M ike Rose and B U I Bashaw. Evening ‘ C i r c le o f the H a r r lsvU le Dotted Methodist Women gathered Tuesday evening, Dec. 4, at the home of M r s . Sue B u r g e s s , for their annual C h r istm a s par­ ty. C o -h o s t e s s w ss M r s , Shirley Backus. Rose Hoo­ ter, U M W treasurer, report- ad a batouce O f $456.22 ta the C ircle’s treasury. Tha group voted to transfer $350 of that amount to tbe church treasury to meet current e x­ penses. M r * . Hun t e r a lso re­ ported that, so fa r , 2 * wo­ men huvc signed lo r mem­ bership t a the sew orgeebu­ tton. M e m b e rship cards are avaUable to r aay who would care to Join aad can he ob~ taioed fro m M r s . Hunter. M r s . B u r g e s s , program chairm a n tor 1974, offered committee help to any re - queets fo r planning of pro­ gram s , to be presented to the group by Indi vidual mem­ b e r s . It waa announced that C h r istm a s boxes w ill be p re­ pared oo F r id a y , Dec. $1, at 1 p .m ., hi the s o c i a l B a ll, Help from m e m b e rs is re­ quested. M r a . Sh irle y B a c k ­ u s , U M W president, an­ nounced that Installation of o fficer* w U l be held during the regu lar church w o rship hour on Jan. #, and related plans tor O fficer’s Training S e s s io n s to be held after the firs t of tbe year. Follow ing the meeting, the 16 women present exchanged C h r ist­ m a s gifts which were hand­ made, baked o r cookad. The next meeting of the Evening C i r c le w in be T uesday, Jan. 8, a t 7:$0 p.m., at tee home of M r s . A v i s C r ln g . Pledge Se r v ice w in be directed b y M t s s Jeanette Scofield. Standing, Dec. I , tor tee H a r r lsv U le W o man’s Bow l­ ing League: H lrschey*, 2 2 - 12; M s p lcvlew , 27-1$; L a P a r r ’* Lu c k y Strike#, * 6 - 14; L a P a n ’s Restaurant, 34-16; K a y ’t Beauty Shop, *2-16; Gutter Hunters, 21- 19; M ighty M i s s e s , IQ 1/2- 19 1/1; Bow ler ettes, 16-21; T e a Pina, 17-29; T r e e P r e - serration , 16-24; Jo lly Jug­ g l e r s , 11 1/2-28 1/1; A lley C a t s , 8-3$. H igh team triple, handicap: R irsch e y s , $,530; T m P isa , $,496; Lueky S t r ­ ikes, $,468. High team s in ­ gle, hand leap: K a y ’s Beauty Shop, 689; H irschera, 869 - a H e to B r a t plane; Lucky Strik e s , 881; Ten P lu s , 87$. H igh Individual triple, B. Pttnode, 547; V . Deam e r, 588; A. W e a ver, 580. High Individual s ingle, D . Youngs, 214; B . Patnode, 212; M . McIntosh, $10. “ 200 C l * ” m e m b e rs: P e a r l Hlrschey, $09, m d Sandy C a r r , $06. H a r r lsv U le Central School held its aaoaal win t a r band eoocert on Wedaeuday, Dec. 8 at tte Elem e n tary school, * M t tee «m « tea q| Oaie V a n P a t b a y -'mad-.teaeher. * Tim program wee dedicated to Sao lor DebM e Bucking­ ham, a medical patlaot in Carthage Area Hospital. M i a s Buckingham ta a tal­ ented m u sician to the flute section of the Sen ior Band M e m b e rs o f tbe Junior Band who presM t e d Chanson Trtste, Theme and Dance from Swan L a t e , and D o - fto-Mt, were Flute Sectton- N o r a C lark , Becky B a r r ig a r , B a r b a r a L a Due; C larin e t * - Peggy Dooley, B a r b a r a C o l­ lette, Susan Brown, Lynette Prem o , Daporah L e a - peraace, Lin d a Sim m o n * , K i m F r a s e r , Robin Hooper, Sherry Benson, Kathleen Wtcks, L i s a Evan s , Kim M i l ­ ler; S a w b o n e s -JoanH o o p ­ er, Ann Wood; Com e t s , M i c ­ hael Valentine, Debbte Ford, John Bhmdoo, Susan Cowan? Trom b o n e s - Dabble Ham lin, Thom a s Valentine, Howard Hooper; Baritones . Debra Jeam e r, Joanne Wood; P e r ­ cussion - M ichael W tcks, Brandt Wood, Julie M c ­ Intosh. Ch r istin e Hoover, L e t s Baker, Seatt Baker, Presenting G o T e ll Aunt Rbodle, CHd M a c D o n a ld , Oompah M a r c h aad Twinkle Little S t a r were Elem e n tary .Band m e m b e r*: F lu t e * - Jennifer Cam p b e ll, Anne Fuller, Ju lie M a i e r ; C l a r ­ inet* - Cynette Cleveland, K e rin Burgnaa; Saxapbonea- Saadra Vroom an, Bethany Seym o u r; P e r c u s s loo . T r a c y Berkley, T e r e s a P h il­ lip s , Jamea D ld s s ; C o m e t o - Bruce Parow , P a l Hooley, Debbie M a n tle, P o r tlyn Hoo­ ley, Guy W icks, Kenneth M a l­ beuf, D a le Ford; French Horn: ChrtotyBancroft, Lin ­ da Mashaw; Trom b o n e * - Tam m y Leap*ranee, Tim Dasbaaw , R u s s e ll Wood. Senior Band offered M a r c h in g D p Broadway, B e - guine to r Flutes - featuring Trudy Chartrand, Nancy M e a lm , Kathy Hoover and N o r a C l a r k - Italian tn A l­ g i e r s Overture, A n Occa­ sional Suite, Meauetto and T r i o and The W o rk S o r g M a rch. Senior band mem­ b e r s included C larin e t * - M a rtin Ledger, K e lly D u n - don, Nancy La Due, Joan Hooper, C r y s t a l Rogers, B a r b a r a Collette, Peggy Do­ oley, Su s a n Brow n ; Alto Clarinet - Ann-W o o d ; B a s a Clarinet - Verna Hoffman; Saxaphoues - Renee Richer, Shelley Sm ith, Le e Ann Hoo­ ver, D ian e Scanlon; C o r ­ nets • A u d rey Hooper,Debra Jeaam e r, M ichael Valentine, T r a c y Jones, Debbie Ford; Trombone* - Theresa Pike, Andy M i l le r , P i e r r e D a s h - saw , DebM e Ham lin; B a r i ­ tone, K e lly Buckingham; Percussions: Jay s e y m o u r, H a s s e ll Bowen, Joseph Cham b e rlain, Mtebael D a v i­ son. D u r in g tuterrategfcin,; ; (Can tin uadi dh'J’a g n / * 1’ ** ’* * ’ Mrs. Gray, 63, Expires M r * . F lo r a L . G r a y , 63, wife of Eugene F . G ray, Bea­ ver F a lla, was pronounced dead at the House o f the Good Sam a r itan, Watertown, at t;30 p.in., Dec. 7 after being stricken with an apparent heart attack while shopping with her husband. Tbe funeral w a s D e c . 10 at the M a p le Street Branch o f the Beaver F a l l s United Methodist Church, Rev. Bru c e Chapman, pastor, of­ ficiating. B u r ia l w ill be la R iversid e Cem e tery. B e s ide* her husband, she is survived by two d a ughters, M r s . G o r d o n (D o r i s ) O a h l- greu, Huntington Station, and M r s . W a rren (N a n c y ) R ic h ­ ardson. M llltnocher, M e .; three am is, Richard C ., Tucker, Ga., George F . , S o n - yea, and Jam e s F . , W a ter­ town; a brother, F r e d C. Green, Dexter, and twelve grandchildren. A siste r , M r s . E U s a h P a r k e r and a brother, G e o rge Green, died previously. She was b o rn in Watertown, Oct. 5, 1910, a i Fred and Grace Green and was from Watertown 1 She wa* employed a i i i i tary for the Prudentitl l ance Co. until hex i to M r . G ray on 1930, ln Watertown, F o ing t h e ir m a r r iage the c moved to Beaver FalLsv they bave resided s l i c e 19 M r . G r a y recently retired from Latex F ib e r InkuatxlcaC o f Beaver F a lls. - J She was a m e m b e r or life. Beaver F a l l s Vntted dlat Church and the UaltetM- M e thodlsi Women *»C*ub. , Make Lowville A u to Parts your 1st stop for that Christmas present for the man in your life! May we.suggest the following items: -ott»t«'» * Flb*r9 andV ^ D l.tr lighf, Fo r Snowplows % \ W .6* '•» KB* •r s,,, °iv Colt S P * '\ 9 D r 0 , n T o » * S a f e - s h o * * • ' * « \ \ t e / , ° O il • AmP- r .„ $*,_. TmmP Gauge, °0(f, h . nyf *\oot* Snow Shove'* So' O// % „ G o , S'** yiee PoUWna ca O’ a. pi AuS* u s * * ’ B° rfary f t . Of * o f tto1 A'** Hltcb.* ^ E\oP* Greo’O .vS* Gun S h f , % Hi** VjO' V Bosch Plugs now 58c each on regular plug$ 52c in lots of 10 lowville Avfo Parti 7 * 3 6 I f a t a t f . l a w v i f i s , N . 7 . Phonw 376-7114 Across from Grand Union j 1 1 w e have moved our D I S P L A Y R O O M .nd B U ILD IN G SU P P L Y C E N T E R to the former NYC Depot (formerly our Ski-Doo Center) This Will Enable Us To Have M o re And Larger Displays On • P a n e ling a A r m s tr o n g Y ard G o o d s • C a rpet • M e d icine C a b inets • Celling P a n e ls • Floor Tile • D o o rs - W indow s • V a n ities • C e ram ic Tiles • K itchen C a b inets Lowville Farmers Coop.,Inc Building Supply Center lo w v illi, H.Y. P h o n e 3 7 6 - 7 7 3 1 A* Wood Burning Box 1 S T O V E S Heavy Guage Steel - Locally Manufactured Takes 14” Diom. X 24- Long Chunks 7” Sm o k apipe 3/4 \ Bor Steel Removable Grates Checks On Both Doors IDEAL for camp, garage, shop and home. WE have these stoves In stock and ready to go now . YOU can be prepared for the energy shortage as long as trees still grow . GET YOURS NOW AT L o w v i l l e O i l C o . , I n c . 7688 Forest Avenue Phone 376-3533 r t

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