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The Lowville leader. (Lowville, N.Y.) 1943-1953, December 16, 1943, Image 5

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•upm wMin ijiryt^'' tw TWII nr- *s ^-^-MS-V**, tl ^>^- ^^ ^ Sitfe J?^\' DECEMBER 16, 1943 Subscription $2.50 in Lewis County THE LOWVILLE LEADER -4 * \\J^ ?\'«r- Ci We Do Job Printing RASE me* NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1n Pursuance of an Order of the Surrogate of the County of Lewis, Notice is hereby given, according to law, to all persons having claims against David A. Baker late of the Town of West Turin in said county of Lewis, deceased, that they are required to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof to the subscriber, Administratrix of the goods, chattels and credits of the said deceased, at her residence in <Bonstableville in the Town of West Turin in said county of Lew- is, New York, on or before' the 31st day of January, 1944. Dated July 26th, 1943. ANNA P. ABBEY, 7-29-26tc Administratrix. Edward Virkler, RD Lowville, has returned to his home from the Lewis County General hospital where he underwent an appendec- tomy Dec. 1. Sweater Girls will delight in our wide assortment of gift sweaters which are ALL WOOL and priced right. Another last minute gift could very well be a blouse which are also of many sizes, types and materials. Then there are house coats from size 14 to 44. For that hard-to-find-a-gift for friend we could suggest a dicky in pastels, white and multicolor. By the way—remember we close Christmas Eve. Friday night at 6. ETHEL and TILLIE, around on Shady.—Adv. American Legion Auxiliary Christmas Party Dec. 22 The annual Christmas party sponsored hy the American Legion Auxiliary will be held Wednesday, Dec. 22. Welfare, boarding home and thc- Johnson Home children as well as the children of veterans and sol- diers of both world war I and II will attend a movie at the Avalon theatre at 3 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe have entertained the chil- dren with a movie for about ten years. After this they will go to the Masonic temple where a sup- per will be served. A tree and presents will be provided by the Kiwanis club and the Legion Auxiliary. The Legion Christmas Cheer Headquarters is at the Schantz hardware store where donations may be left or, with the com- mander, Stuart Harris. Progress of the Christmas Seal Sale Returns to date throughout the .State are well ahead of expecta- tions. Sales in Lewis county have climbed to $1,8€1.19 which repre- sents two-thirds of the goal of $2,736.00 which it\ is hoped will be reached 'by Christmas Day. TO SEE BETTER \ —SEE— j BLODGETT | Dunlap Block — Carthage, N.Y. jj Seals are being purchased very promptly this year for use in early mailing and because of scarcity in other Christmas wrappings and decorations. E-G-G-S FCR^SALE GRADE A CANDIED Large 53c Medium 45c Pullet 35c Special Prices on 15 Doz. or More' (Prices Effective Thursday, Friday and Saturday This Week Only) LOWVILLE FARMERS COOPERATIVE Shady Ave. r^iin-'irrni-mn, -• -n\< •nntT-TTTin.nTTT'Ti. •Trnryn-\\ii;ir ^n ^ Tn»m;:w im--IT J , ;TiriT\*n- \ . g^fg?g^!gsg!€iCSgigSg!€i€£g^;sCJg^^^S€Eg^^!€it!gS€^sC^!€S€?€ B €5€^ig^\0 €*€*£*.€tei€*g€^€l£ i l J.L . ...VMI •• •\ '*• •'!• ' ':.,^,; , Tinn!r7ir^\iriii!iirn.ii^:\'^'^'irT^;, -\Hrwrn^p^^iiflnjintirF^^ti! CHRISTMAS - - - '$ — * Two of the most important holidays of the year . . . and both will be here soon. DON'T WAIT FOR THE HOLIDAY RUSH Have your clothes expertly cleaned and processed now. You'll like the quality work we do. IT'S LIKE NEW WHEN WE'RE THROUGH THE LOWVILLE LAUNDRY Phone 87, 5 Elm Street, Lowville, N. \2. i *._. »—•—.* ! ROY WILLIAMS State Street, Lowville Phone 3/'4J fHSttiL WRITE or CALL on Us at Any Time for Parts, Repair* or Any KEViCI Information on Your SURGE DAIRY FARM EQUIPMENT MHBHBB for a (Christmas tottchca by War The friendly things you say and do Are part of Christmas day — And Christmas customs carry through To make the season gay. The family gifts are all arranged In gay and gfd3y tiers. And many things have scarcely changed From all the other years. But something weighs upon the heart. No matter how you smile. The Peace this season should impart Has gone away a while! A wistful mother's shitting eyes Will look beyond the day; And dad— no matter how he tries — Will show his son's away. And Christmas can't be \x hat it was Tili Peace on Earth is wen. Since Christmas is as Christmas does- Makc sure that this is done: ¥ / ith every Greeting Card you send :,se a War Stamp, too. • Peace we fight for may depend On one more Stamp from you I Make the Home Warm for a Merry Christmas Without the warmth you get from our high quality fuels you cannot enjoy the thrill of that Christmas morning. \A Cold Home Breeds IU Health\ LOUIS BUSH AND SONS Phone 46 LOWVILLE f Add €i War Stamp to every Greeting Card! litre''-; something you can do to hasten Peace. add over 100 million dollars to the Treasury With (.very Chri-tmas greeting you send this \ear, send a War Stamp, too! Just moisten a corner ami tip it on. It's the perfect way to say \.Merry Christ- mas\—and 7«f A74.it ! If you do it—and every - And the'War Stamps you receive will start another War Bond for a Happy New Year! Mail your Christmas Greetings—with War Stamps on them—as soon as you can. Cooper- ate with-the Post Office dead-line of December body else does it, these extra War Stamps will 10th for Christinas Card mailing. Le wis j CBICFS ©operative tseverage Anthony Artz, Lowville V. J. Bibbins, New Bremen D. A. Burns, Barnes Corners Walter Carvell, Harrisville Ed Des Chambeau, Croghan Philomena Euflo, Lowville D. H. Ebersol, Lowville J. C. Farney, Lyons Falls F. L.TEenry, Lowville Kathryn Hawley, Petries Corners William Howley, Glenfield Francis Kelly, Lowville Everett Lallier, Croghan Clarence LaParr, lEJEarrisville M. A., Mahar, Lowville H. Jf?Nortz, Lowville J. Parquet, Constableville N. F, Parquet, Croghan Leo Rabideau, West Leyden E. A. Shaw, West Lowville Hefti^ - TMtcriell, Iiowyjjle Marglret\Wetzel Turin' L. VerSchneider,\ Lovgyille Paul Zehr, Croghan T L; Zimmer, Constablevile/ J. F. Snyder, Port Leyden J. F. TromMey, Port Leyden Fred Shepard> Greig Geo. Valasky, Greig Vincent Bolivar, Harnblins Corners^, PhilomenS- Monnat, Castor- land H. H. $ortz, Belfort.. 0. J. monnaMtpii«ii**er K, Walrath, Harrisville - Mabel Benedict, Glenfield Gordon Schantz, Lowville For Christmas? Why? For the Largest Selection of MEN'S WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING - SHOES - OVERSHOES In Lowville, Come To Store :-r a state Street—:—Lowville j f WVxe Sure to Have It! +jr* 4

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