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The Lowville leader. (Lowville, N.Y.) 1943-1953, December 16, 1943, Image 8

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'MV.-*•-* W - «^g * S*A<3E EJfiHT -_^ ff>vU s ^^l°^g ^^ Couwt r 1 K -tt Miss Ethel Connell, Elm street; fractured her left ankle last Fri- day when she was knocked down by a couple of dogs. She is now a patient at the Lewis County Gen- eral hospital. Gunner's Mate Third Class John Lyng arrived yesterday to spend a four day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lyng. Accom- panying him is Gunner's Mate Third Class Dean Fontinel of Vic- tor, la. Philip Artz, Waters street, left yesterday to take his final exami- nation for entrance into the U. .S. navy. Cpl. John Haberer, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. Haberer, has returned after spending several days with his parents. Mrs. Dan Galasso is spending two weeks with Mr. and 'Mrs. James Galasso of Utica. The Lowville Elks, No. 1605, have mailed out -Christmas checks of $5 to each of its 22 members in the armed services. . .Ten of them are now servfag- in foreign service. The Willing Workers class of the Methodist church will hold their regular meeting Friday eve- ning, £tea&^y&!&Mil&& of Mrs. Jesse Dana. Assisting hostesses will be iJi's^l^j^fpgij^B^ and Mrs. G. Church. ~ Each member is to bring a •dish of food and a gift to exchange'. • Mr. antt-sBlBSv-jMex Cfrrzanowski are the parents of a son^ born Dec. 8 at the 3 Lewis^flinty\ General hospital. Mr. and Mrs. William Green of Lowville are the parents of a daughter born Dec. 10 at the Lewis •County General hospital. Miss Gertrude Pullman, former gym teacher a.t.ljOjvville academy, will be the\ weeR'encT 'guest of Miss Martha Griffith. The Current Topics club held their regai^^^eti^g at the home of Mrs. Fred Young, 'Monday eve- ning. At this time they had their Christmas party and exchanged gifts. Members also brought gifts for the children at the Johnston Home. Mrs. Fred Barker acted as assisting hostess. Miss Irene Bowen has arrived home to spend the Christmas holi- days with her parents, (Mr. and Mrs. Byron G. Bowen. The Girl Scoots under the direc- tion of 'Mrs. Oliver Judson will hold a Christmas party this, -evening at the home of Mrs. Leon Fear. Housewives are asked to deliver their waste fats to meat dealers in open tavvcaas^ivitp' a paper tied over the top) if-no.^bjher container is availautts., .We \ are also re- rrs* LOWVILLE LEADER & *-Sf •»* quested to save waste paper and not to burn it. Requested by the Lewis County Salvage Committee. Pvt, Bernard' Cannan, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Cannan, who has been a patient at the Lewis 'Coun- ty General hospital, has ibeen trans- ferred to the Pine Camp hospital. 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. In Making Plans for the \ !» §? NEW YEAR clear your books by turning your delinquent accounts over to us. We can assure you of careful handling and real re- sults'. LEGAL COLLECTION SERVICE E. L. SHERMAN, Mgr. 115 Genesee St. Phone 4-8341 UTICA, N. Y. No Collection, No Charge. STATE OF NEW YiRMASupr^fte . Court, County of fceifeis:. - \ FRED SHEPARD AJSfD VENA SHEPARD, plaintiffs, against OLA C. COOPER, fi^fendant. '-. To the above named Defendant: You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint in this ac- tion, and to serve a copy of your answer, or if the complaint is not I served with this summons to serve a notice of appearance, on the plaintiff's attorney within twenty days after the service of this sum- mons exclusive of the day of serv ; , ice. In case of your failure to ap- pear or answer, Judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the com- plaint. Trial to be held in the County of'Sewis. -:• •;-• .; Dated thi#^6t| &ay of November, 134-3. OLARiK L. CHASE, Plaintiff's Attorney, Office and Post Office Address, Low.ville, N. Y. TO OLA C. COOPER, THE DE- FENDANT IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ACTION: The foregoing summons is served upon you, by publication, pursuant to an order of Hon. Miller B. Moran, County judge of the County •Qsou-rt of the* County of Lewis, of the State of New York, dated the 4th day of December, 1943, and filed on the 6th day of December, 1943, with the complaint in said action in the office of the Clerk of the County of Lewis, at the ^CbHHty *J?uijaip§s- In the^ Village of 'Lo'WvittBy County -of\ Lewis, and State of New York. Datedr December 6, 1943. •CLARK L. CHASE, Plaintiff's Attorney, Office and Post Office Address, Lowville, N. Y. 12-9-43-6tc For Men Only Did you hear the one about the wave on a gift certificate? This is the easiest gift to shop for on the whole list. Just drop in and let us tell you in 48 seconds listening time about a gift certificate and kit complete for a wave for your wife. We do the rest. And you know your wife will be thrilled with a gift wave at Ethel and Tillie, around on Shady.—Adv. Fashion's War Decrt« j Soft and manageable — th&t'J what you want That's w|. you'll love one of thesfrshog hairdressea with taste sdj abb curia. BERNIE'S BEAUTY SALON State Street Phone 345-W\ •«^«^^^^§«^«^^^^^««^^^^*Si€!S^!gSg*§!g*g«gSg!g!S«g<g!SSg«g«g«S^!S!S«g^-« •ssiiBaaiHraiiHHBiaEBiBEsssiii BIIBlBSBIBKaSBBSBBIBBBlgEiiBlBIIilBBBSl. SO! You Did Wait Tift The Last Week ••• W T useru m 8 'J. i 1 : : E' ;j> 8 18 ' : : 1 < '• m m • • • II • H m a H • • B B B B B B B B B B B B BB • 9 B H a 5 B Pyrexware Ovenware Skis and Ski Poles Skates Swirl Mixers Cocktail Mixers Candy Dishes Relish Dishes Dccciv.ie:! Cake Plates Pyrex Gift Sets - Playing Cards Bill Folds Tobacco Pouches Toboggans Hampers Landing Nets Christmts Bulbs Food Choppers White Enamelw&re Correy Coffee Makers Celery Dishes Hand Saws Ash Trays Flower Pots and Vases Hockey Pucks Pie Dishes with Frames Glass Percolators Redwood Book Ends Wood Serving Trays Wood Napkin Holders Wood Knife Racks Hall Teapots Pressure Canners Jardinieres Ski Wax Minnow Buckets Oil Stove Ovens Baseball Mitts Soft Balls Boys'and Girls' Mittena Refrigerator Dishes O-Cedar Mops Razor Stroppers Barometers Thermometers Thermos Jugs Medicine Cabinets Winding Pocket Rules Steel Tapes Dripless Pitchers Carving Sets Tennis Raquets Military Brushes Hand Mirrors Fishing Rods Steak Knives Tree Lights Percolators (Enamel) Lanterns r» B m \Let's All Buy Bonds Anyway' Fowler & Green, Inc.! 7 I! g Lowville fj| BBWBI BflBflflflBBBBflBBflflBBBBBflflBBBBBBBBBBBflBflflflBEBBBBflflBBBflBBflflBflBIBBBfllBflflBflflBflflflB M the f\*9 J.-T •;&**'- ;•#•' ^^0figm f^^V^imt\^ — g * M fi In a submarine outside Tokyo harbor'/ Landing on a Jap held Pacific island? In a bomber over Berlin? Or comfortably gathered around the family tree in Lowville? With one or two or three missing? Yes, Christmas WAS a pretty thing. And it will be a pretty thing some day when the lights on t&e Christmas trees are lighted again all over the world . . . when the missing return home. To Hasten That Day, Be Practical START SWINGING |{ Give mBBBBBHBaBHM BBBBBnBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHM J | 1 S 1 j ! ror 1 lit w\mSk. • V •£ You say you are a patriotic American! Here's your chance to prove it—to help your country win this war. Here's a job you can do. Cut pulpwood. Pulpwood is as essential to war as ships or^fanks or planes. Sght now there is an acute shortage. ^ More pulpwood is needed desperately. So if you can cut it, don't wait any longer. rQ0 feusy rtdwttidrt't Idt pa|r~ : onds ristmas VICTORY PULPWOOD CAMPAIGN War Bonds Are The Most m Newspaper Pulpwood Committee ^to*- _.' m Lewis County Black River National ;-.n- -'ss-^c^mr&m

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