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1 O R JO U R N A L A N D REPUBtlCAN.LOW V IUE. N.V. W EDNESDAY. DECEMBER 19. 1973 Woman’s (Continued from Page 2) trate on tbe m a jor o r main problem s suffered by the ma­ jority ol the c la n s . , At least school system s, In many cases, today have special reading teachers that try to see as many students a s possible a s often a s pos­ sib l e and w o rk with them in­ dividually to im prove their reading. Bat, ns is obvious, there are so many students and the teacher’s time Is limited, so the student is helped to an extent, although not completely. So , the problem still ex­ ists and will continue to e x­ ist as long a s people are In­ dividuals, with individual learning speeds and not In­ terests. Unfortunately, though. If one can not read or is lim ited ln his reading ability he has problem s In other areas. F o r If he can not read a math problem correctly, obviously he can not do It correctly and on and on. In the outside world, he can not deal wtth papers he has to s ign o r newspapers he sjiould read to learn what Is going on In the big wide world. Perhaps this I s a pic­ ture that ls too gloom y, hut when one can not read well there l s not a bright ray of light to look forw a rd to. It is a sad state of affairs when one can not read. A ­ dults and teenagers a like suf­ fer from this. It is not som e thing to bide and feel asham e d of, but one should buck up to the responsibility and learn either b y him self or with the help o f others. Students can check with tea­ chers fo r help. M o s t teach­ ers today are very concern­ ed with the problem and are extremely willing to help. Cither students and peers can help, too. In the case of adults, a - gain there are teachers, groups, and other adults who are m o re than w illin g to help. It ls not something to be ashamed of, but rather som e ­ thing to encourage you to reach out and try to attain. It can be done, perhaps s low ­ ly, but with pride and per­ severance lt can become one of tbe greatest achievements ln your life. News of Lyons Falls By Mrs. Glenna Cowles Ph. 348-8601 W. Martinsburg Yule Program L Y O N S F A L i £ L r - M r . and M r s . M ichael O’Hara and Gerald O ’Hara, Syracuse, spent a weekend with their parents, Rev. and M r s , Frank O ’H a ra. M i s s Elle n Blodgett, Y o r k - town Heights, spent a week­ end with her siste r , M r s . Eunice Sheu, and her p arents, M r . and M r s . Norton Blod­ gett, M c A lplne Street. Dlarm o o d O ’Hara, Beaver F a ll s , spent a weekend with h is parents. Rev. and M r s . Fran k O ’Hara. M r . and M r s . M a u r ice Brow n and their two daugh­ te r s , Bonnie and Kathleen, spent a day with M r . and M r s . C a r l Norton. M i s s K. Lo u ise Sheldon, U t ica, spent a weekend at h e r home here. M i s s S a r a h Markham , Low v U le, spent the weekend with M i s s L o u ise ’ Sheldon, M r . and M r s , John M u lla - ney and daughter, Susan, V e ip n a , spent a weekend with M r s . Anna B ld g a , Franklin Street. \ Strictly ln keeping with the energy situation and enjoying every minute o f lt w a s a large crowd attending ihe C h r istm a s program In the Methodist Church at West Martinsburg. Franklin stoves beat the .building and kerosene lam p s and chandeliers are used for M r s . Florence D a m lnger *s s p e n d ing several w e e k s at Brentwood, Lo n g Island with relatives. M r s , Gladys Burrow , G o r ­ ham Street, ls a patient ln the' Lew ts County General Hospital for observation and treatment. M r s . Ortance Blodgett tsa patient ln the L e w is County General Hospital, Low v U le, for observation and treat­ ment. lighting. Behind the pulpit are two sin g le kerosene lam p s with large m e rcury reflectors for better lighting reflectors fo r better light­ ing. In the r e a r of the b u ild­ in g a r e s ix additional kero­ sene lam p s. M u s ic is furnished by an old fashioned pump organ. The Church o f the Nasa- rene, Low v llle, p resented the C h r istm a s m u s ical p rogram . Tbe cburch was packed for the occasion and no one could sa y “ T h ey were not w a r m .\ The building Is only open for use about twice a year. N A S H U A M O B I L E H O M E S R o u te 12 , South o f C o p e n h a g e n 12 ' x 4 8 ', 1 2 ' x 60* and 20' x 55' STAPLIN M O B I L E H O M E S A L E S b i g N DISCOUNT DEPARTM E N T STORE F r i d a y , D e c . 2 1 — 7 P . M . T i l M i d n i g h t PLAT LUCKY SHOPPING CARTS - WIN VALUABLE PRIZES A l s o , t h e P A C i s g o i n g t o g i v e u s t h e i r s h o p p i n g c a r f s s o m o r e c u s t o m e r s c o n p l o y . tt**-:' I f y o u m i s s e d o u r l a s t M I D N I G H T M A D N E S S , D o n ' t m i s s t h i s o n e F r i d a y n i g h t ! ! ! W h e n w e g o M A D - w e d o n ' t f o o l a r o u n d . . . ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ O N E O F A K I N D S U P E R S P E C I A L S * * * B I G I T S R E V E R S E A U C T I O N S * Fqqtqs*ic, lo w e r Than Ever 10 M in. S a les ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ * * ¥ ¥ ¥ WED. 9 A.M. to II P.M. THUDS. FRI. SAT. MON. 9 A.M. to 9 A.M. 9 A.M. to Midnight to to s s n m m E E ** .EWE. Madness II P.M. 5:30 P.M. TIIES. Have A Merry Christina!

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