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JOURNAL AND REPUBLICAN.LOWVILLE, N.Y WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1973 Matmen Victories MARRIED - Miss Marcta Seymour and Stanley Samsa were united In marriage on Saturday, Nov, 24 tnSt.Hed- wlg’s Church, Housevtlle, Rev. Francis Pllor, former pastor of the church, offi­ ciating. Barents of the couple a re Mr. and Mrs. Edwani Sey­ mour and Mr. and Mrs, Ed­ ward Samsa of Lowville. Mrs. Charlane Crouse, cousin of the bride, was ma­ tron of honor. Mrs. Linda Roy and Miss Debbie Samsa, sister of the groom, were bridesmaids. Miss Bethany Pound was flower girl. Robert Samsa, was his brother’s best man. Stephen Seymour, brother of tie bride, and BUI Schell were ushers. Martin Zubnyc-kt was ringbearer. The Lowville Academy Red Raider mat forces posted their secondand third victor­ ies of the young wrestling season, walloping Frontier League rival Indian River, 51-10 on Friday evening and then pinning Oswego County League power Phoentx 57-5 oo Saturday afternoon. Off to thetr best start in three years, the local matmen ex­ pect to make a strong chal­ lenge for the Frontier League Utle, An usually tough Indian River team was no matchfor the RedRalderS.Heavyweight Randy Bernat had Ufe team’s fastest pin (0:49 seconds) as the locals scored 7 pins and 3 decisions against the visit­ ing W arriors. Also regis­ tering falls were Brian Ken­ ealy (3:38), Gary Peters (5.- 52), M Ike Stewart (3:13, Mar k .Tabolt (4:34), Mike Nieza- bytoskl (<4:32), and John Tabolt (0:59). winning by decision were Pete Ples- kach, and Norbert' W tdrick. The Raider Jayvees also beat their W arrior opponents Christmas Concert Set On Thursday, Dec. 20, at- 8:15 p.m., the Music De­ partment of South Lewis , lunlor-S e n ior High School P a r e n t s O f Uaughterwiu present a public concert at the Junior-Senior High After a reception at the Cat’s Paw, Brantlngham, the couple left for Canada. The couple will live at West Lowville. Mrs. Samsa Is employed at Thompson’s Campers, Inc., and Mr. Samsa Is em­ ployed by Law Brothers, Inc. Port Leyden. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Mc- Elheran, Beaver Falls, are the proud parents of a dau­ ghter, HoUy Lee, born Not, 6. Mr. McElberan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mc- Elheran of Herrings, i s a member of the New Fork State Police. Mrs. Mc- Elheran is tbe daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Norman Leh­ man, Naumburg. Montgomery Ward & Co. our space is limited, customers who have Christmas merchandise please come in and pick it up \ a 1\ at your earliest convenience. {Montgomery Ward Sales Agency lo w v i l l e School Auditorlufc. There will be no admission charge. Featured on the program will be the South Lewis Jun­ ior Chorus, Senior Band and Senior Chorus. As an added attraction', the Senior Chorus will be joined by a Select Elementary Choir of 30 voi­ ces. Most of the selections performed will be seasonal music, reflecting the many happy and Joyous moods of the holidays. The Senior Chorus, tn keeping with thetr own tradition, will once again perform Handel’s “ Hallelujah Chorus” from the “ Messiah,” with a taped accompaniment by a Moog Synthesizer. Junior Chorus of 150 voi­ ces wUl be accompanied at the piano by Miss Amy Bat­ tles and the 92 rr ember Sen­ ior Chorus accompanied by M rs. Kathryn Cox. Both vo­ cal groups wlU be directed by Mervtn 0 . Murdock. Sen­ ior Band will be conducted by Joseph Skowyra. The public Is Invited to attend. I S cout T o Get E a g le Award Troop 41. Boy Scouts of America, Pori Leyden, wUl hold a Court of Honor to present the highest rank tn scouting to Philip Kellerhals, Barry Wprczak, scoutmas­ ter, along with district and council officials will help present the award of Eagle Scout to Kellerhals on Sun­ day, Dec.lG, at 2 p.m., ln the afternoon at the Port Leyden School cafeteria. As a part of the ceremon­ ies, Kellerhals will present a slide projector account of his Eagle Project. Residents of the area a re encouraged to be present to help honor the scoui. The scout ts the son of Mr, and Mrs. William F, Kellerhals of Port Leyden. handily 57-12. A newcomer to the LACS mat schedule, Phoenix was Simply outclassed by Coach Neal Aubei’s well-balanced grapplers. Junior Mark Ta- bolt’s pin In 0:44 second of the first period at 155 pounds was the meet’s fast­ est pin. Others contributing plas were Brian Kenealy (1:85), Pete Pleskach (1:24), Gary Peters (1:21), Pat Her­ man (4:56), MlkeSlewart(3:- 32), Mike Nlezabytoski (5:24), and John Tabolt (5:- 42). Decisions were turned ln by Norbert Wtdrtck and Stan Birchenough while Randy Bernat wrestled to a draw in bis heavyweight bout. The- local Jayvees upped their season’s record to 3-0 with a convincing 49-9 vic­ tory over the Firebird Jay­ vees. In three meets the Red Raider varsity mat team has scored 160 points to thetr opponents’ 22 points, and have scored 22 pins. On Wednesday evening, Decem­ ber 12, the locals will enter­ tain Alexandria Bay. While not overlooking the Baymen’s visit, the Raiders are prep- plng for their first big test of the season against Sandy Creek on December 17. The Comets upended defending League champion Beaver Rt­ ver 32-28 last week and ap­ pear to have a solid Front­ ier League title contender. The meet will be held at Sandy Creek and could well decide the League. CLIP TH IS G R A N T S AD HELD OVER 3 D a y s O n ly T h u r s . - F r i . - S a t . D e c . 1 3 - 1 4 - 1 5 F A B U L O U S R I O T ! ‘Ag L mjp $9 T q A L L RIN G S LIFETIM E G U A R A N T E E D O T H E R FINE R IN G S $ 7 .9 9 UP $ Bring This Ad 4 . 9 9 Phis In B i r t h s t o n e R i n g s * 4 . 9 9 W ITHO UT T H IS AD W OULD BE $75.99 L i m i t 2 T o A n A d . Bring this ccrtif tcatts a n d $4.99 plus tax and r e ­ ceive a LADIES’ Starling Srtyer or 10-kt. G o ld Filled ring, set w ith V, K t. DIA M ON D R E P R O ­ DUCTION. SPARK L ING FLA S H IN G W ITH RAINBOW FIR E 00 rou HAVf ft CHAHGf LA D IES' 1 KT *5.99 LADIES' 2 KT *6.99 MEN’S R I N G S FROM *5.99 th e m o r e f o r y o u r m o n e y s w o r th store W a t e r t o w n # L o w v i l l e # G o u v e r n e u r # O g d e n s b u r g • P o t s d a m # C a r t h a g e Boshart Herd Rated Lloyd Boshart of Lowville N.Y., reports Ihat his regis­ tered Holstetns Were c lassi­ fied for body conformation on Dec. 5. The scoring was done by an official classi­ fier of Hotstetn-Frieslan Association of America, Brattleboro. Vt. Dairymen enrolled ln this herd Improvement, program receive a numerical score tor each animal evaluated. The True-Type Holstein r e ­ presents theoretical perfec­ tion and has a value of 100 points on the classification score card. Each animal Is scored, receiving a rating of Excellent ( SO points or more), Very Good (85 through 89), Good Plus (80 through 84), Good (75 through 79), Fair (65 through 74),o r Poor (64 points or below). Including animals pre­ viously scored the Boshart herd has eight Very Goods and twenty-seven Good Pluses. The information from the classification of the herd will be summarized by the Hol­ stein Association ln Its high speed computer. Returned to the breeder, these reports provide useful Information for selection In the herd. The data Is also published and available as reference for the herd Improvement pro­ grams of Holstein dairymen everywhere. Red Cross Meets Here Quarterly meeting of the to July 1973 a total of 1,005 Lewis County Chapter, pints of blood were donated American Red Cross, was held Dec. 4 ln the Com munlty room o f the National Bank o f Northern New York, Low­ vUle. It waa reported that during fiscal year from July 1972 a t seven bloodmobile visits, making the county first tn the region. So far during this fiscal year 287 pints have been donated. Mrs. Betty Lomber an­ nounced her resignation as LowviUe Bloodmobile chair­ man, and was succeeded by Mrs. Betty Schlleder. 1 Jack PurceU, first aid chairman, reported on the multi - media method of teaching first aid In Indus­ tries, as now required by law, i W I N T E R I Z E N O W P e r m a n e n t A n t i - F r e e z e Bulk (your con tainer) $ 1 4 5 C A S T O R L A N D A O W A Y 376-3330 C O P E N H A G E N A G W A Y 688-4421 G /ia r it C ity YOUR CHOICI G|FT WRAPS OR BOXES GIFT WRAP — Creative holiday de­ signs. 6-rotl box ot print paper, 90 sq. ft. or 5-roil box ot foii. 30 sq. ft. 26” wide. fi NESTE D GIFT BOXES—All different sizes tp enhance youH qifts. Choose foil covered boxes. B-FGOT SCOTCH PINE TREE iV.iO'f'.T .irMici .ii ChnGtm.is tree adds a glnm- orou'. qic.v foyoui holiday fe-Mivihes. 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