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'\.ys ->'•>', • THE JOURNAL AND EEPUBLICAN, LOWVILLE, N. Y., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21,1939. PAGE SEVEN Peace On Earth • •. in thoM- troubled times of worldj slr i(<- liirist u8 uio r«iltoitton that \Peace on earth, *«*! wttl toward men- to more tha\ *\ ^\P^ P 1 \*** U ** the foundation of all the teaching* o f Him whose birthday we cele- brate. May that spirit flU your heart to overflowing. Darring-Cooke Printing Co. Lowville, N. Y. Season's Greetings Our wish is a simple but sincere one —- a Merry Christmas and a New Year that brings you a full measure of happiness and prosperity. ARCHER'S State St. Lowville Calling All Cars Proceed at once to the homes of all this firm's customers and convey the hearty good wishes for a Merry Christmas that every mem- ber of thL< organization feels for all who have made our past busi- ^ ness year so pleasant. Lowville Laundry J. A. SPIN A, Prop. Phone 87 Lowville, N. Y. CHBISTMAS WOBBY Christmas shopping ia a terrible strain. We worry and look 'till we all have a pain. If you buy a present don't look at it long. What you think will be right , will surely be wrong. Presents you know, are never right, If you get them black, they should have beta white. When a girl buys a fellow a pair of silk socks, She pays ten cents for the socks and two bucks for the box, If a fellow buys a girl a diamond ring. Don't guess again, It's a pretty sure thing. Gloves and slippers are no surprise, Though you try all schemes to get the size. We send a. friend a late book—just out, They sure have read It without a doubt ' All start In early to make a Itat. For one get that, for another get this. When we get to the store, alas and alack, We have left It at home on the hall rack. All we remember is Christmas tage, So we start back with tired feet and empty bag. As you gaze on your list of Pale and Pards. For a little remembrance, send out some cards. We are through buying and view our stock, For the money, we spent, what have we got? Some wonder, some worry, and of times fret, And can hardly wait to see what they get This Christmas excitement can't al- ways last, And no one is sorry when it's a thing of the past. When the big day is.over and you are through with it all, Then comes exchanging of things, too large or too small. You shop from a catalogue—Your things don't come. That makes a fellow feel pretty glum. When you are free a minute, And all alone, You say, \It served me right, I Should have shopped at home. A Christmas Recipe To a big bowl of Christmas HapptnMw Add a touch of gaiety, a dash of good cheer, a pinch of friendship and a sprinkling of good wishes. Beat until it*s- as light a« tile hearts of everyone, every place, on Christina* morning. Everybody In \The Victory\ Wishes Everybody Else a*Very Merry Christ- mas. Victory Chain, Inc. QUALITY GROCERIES—QUANTITY PRICES H. SHEPARD, Manager Lowville, N. Y. True Or False• .. Is it true that every member of this firm wants you and all the members of your family to enjoy the finest Christmas season you've ever experi- enced? You're right, that'* right ! Roy J. Williams PHILCO Phone 37* DEALER State St. - Lowville Come Right On In. Howdy, ndfbbor! W* nloe to Me you at Christmas time and teU you how much vm\e appreciated you* friendship during 1199. And it's aloe to have thl» opportunity to say \JHerry Christen**\ F. C. Snyder THE BEXALL State St. Lowville ttCXKSJ»mX$$S$$SX$<^^ Lowville, N. Y. Dec 1939 J.E.G. MY MOTHER'S BIBLE This book is all that's left me now, Teare will unbidden start. With faltering lip and throbbing brow I press it to my heart. For many generation* past Here's been our family tree, My mother** baud thte Bibl dying, gave it me. High-Priced Goods OuVChristmas wishes are costly— the finest in the world, filled with a rare good cheer that money can't buy. But we arn't trying to sell them; they're yours, in apprecia- tion of the pleasure your patron- age has given us during the past year. Schleider Coal Co., Inc. ,. State St. Lowville, N. Y. Can You Read Minds? If you v <•! e a mind-reader, ~*fc youM ki:.i-,v rlo-lit away that AvJi.'it v.i-Ye thinking about K during ihi-, holiday season is •vow-a^j Jii-alth, high happi- ness and abundant prosperity.,: Max Coahn r Furnishings Men/ Women,' Children STATE ST. f. Y. How well.do I remember still Whose names those records bear, Who round her throne used to close After the evening prayer. And speak of what those pages said In tone* my heart would thrill, Though they are with the silent dead Here are they living etlll. My father read this holy Book To brothers and alstero dear. How calm was my poor mother's look Who yearned God's word to hear. That angel face! I see it yet What thronging memories come, Again that little group is met Within the halls of home. Thou truest friend man ever met Thy constancy I've tried, When all were false I found thee true <My counsellor and guide. The minds of Earth no treasures give That could thia volume,buy In teaching me the way to live It haa taught me how to die. —Adalbert H, Randall. L. From Our Private Stock Buried deep in our cellar is a prime stock of rare, mellow old Christmas Wishes, the finest in the world. And it is from this special stock that we give you our most sincere, heartfelt greetings of the season. Donald Ebersol DISTRIBUTOR LEADING- BEERS AND ALES Phone 340 Lowville Merry Christmas To the starry- Eyed young one . Who lived to see Santa Claus full of faith and Love that Christmas Inspire . ... to the grown-ups Who will never be old as Jong as They make annual holiday season a Time of beauty and Joy ..... TO ALL we send our very Best Wishes A Beauty Parade In any beauty parade, well bet on ova Christmas Wishes tor your happiness and good health to win the trophy mm the moot beautiful of alTsenttz Ethel's Beauty and Lingerie Shop Shady Ave. Lowville Agency; HOUGHTON'S BOOK STORE, Lowville State St. Black-Out Turn out^the lights, quick! There's a homb about to burst. It's a bombshell of good wishes for your contintifcd health, happiness and pros- perity—and its good cheer will strike the whole town. Lowville, N. Y. R* J* Herzig Free Diamonds! Maybe these brightly shining gems aren't tangible, but .each of our good wishes for your Christmas Cheer is a glorious jewel of sincere Christmas spirit, radiating holiday joy in sparkling fashion. A. H. Cummings JEWELER Miss Monica Carroll spent the week-end -with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Oliverr-Utica. Mrs. Mary Lyman has closed her home for the winter and will live in Whitesboro. Mr. and Mrs. Michael LaBui?s and daughter, Pauline, are spending some time in Utica. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Swan and son, Thomas, Utica, .have been guests ot Mrs. Mary Sullivan. Mrs. John Phillips and aon, John,-' glider OrSek, have been guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Hpugh- ton. I Mr. and Mrs. Prank O'Connell, Rome, have been guest© of their par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Bates. Charles Bennett, Utjica, haa been a guest df Mr and, Mrs. Matthew Con- way and family. • . William Sheridan, Canton, has been a guest of his aunt, iMra. Harry ( Upstate Telephone Corp. of N. Y MT . , in in mtrrtrfTfflTi—fflf Drake. Mrs. James Norton, Accompanied by the Misses Muriel Chant ami Carolyn Rea, have returned from Herklroer, where they were gueata of lira. Dor- nance Campbell. : .- <V The enffagem&t df Mlra Dorothy Tu«y; daughter of Mr. and M». Wil- liam Tuffy, tbte village, Sad Robert NeUtnbach, eon of tor. and Mr*. Affar- tin Nellenbacn, West Leyden, has been announced. Miss 1 Moxine Roberto, daughter of Mrs, Roy Sixom, village, and Earl Dndsor, son of Mr. and Mr?. Arthur EJndaor, Black River, were married Saturday at the Congregational par- sonage by the Rev. John C. Wetsel. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. WUliam Grill, Blade River. The bride \waa attired In a gown of blue crepe, trimmed in royal blue velvet, with matching accessories. She wore a corsage of gold color chrysanthe* mums. Mrs. Grill wore a gown of navy and light Wue chiffon, withNac- cessorles to match. Her corsage was of carnation's. The couple will live at Black River. In the StUI of the Night...\. When the world is hushed In anOctpatlon of the morrow's Joyous S y° n hear '$**& tte frosty. Yuletlde 'A Very IMforry Chrlstma*-ottr of air th^ voice of for & State St. Harojd Allen Lowville H^ Season's J- Greetings , From Thisse's liquor Store STATE ST. Phone 531-J Xowvilte

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