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tfAlMS EhiHT < i H « l tS m m JOURNAL AND REPUBLICAN, D O W V I L L K . N. 1 . THURSDAY, s d b & S a f 'f i f e •<«» j *1 * 1 I BEAVER FALLS MRS. ELISHA F. PARKER Correspondent Dino Spagnolli, Syracuse, vis­ ited his father and sister, Tony Epagnolli and B e tty Spagnolli. Mrs. Em m a P a r k e r had as T h a n k sgiving Day guests her etister, M rs. George Dean and son A lbeit, W est Carthage. Mr. and M a Elisha F. Parker also en­ tertained their son and family fro m Lowville, Mr. and Mrs. K enneth P a rker and Eddie. Friends and relatives have re­ ceived w o rd th a t Miss M arguer­ ite Ackerm an, of North East, Pa., k W W W W W W V W t N V V W W W V t V C V YES I Have Them died of a heart attack following an attack of influenza She had been a frequent visitor in this locality. H er sister, Mrs. Edith Ackerman, passed away in Henry Sm ith’s car five years ago while Mr. and Mrs. Smith were taking her to the Lewis County General Hospital. Mrs. E. Francis G ray has re­ turned home from the House of the Good Sam aritan. She is re­ covering from a m a jor operation Mrs. George Kern and Betty Ann Kern spent Friday in Syra­ cuse. Mrs. Henry Bush spent the Thanksgiving weekend in Low­ ville with her daughter and fam - The food OLD Fashion NEW YORK STATE FIVE POUND CHEESE $4.25, plus postage And I Will Mail Them For You HARRIS CHEESE CO. Phone 230 Lowville, N. Y. AW NW W VVtkVV ue, h . x. a SXJSXXXSiXWSWia ' f t j — ■ » d W W W g m M W W W M W lW W W W W M P M MIXED PRE-CHRISTMAS PARTY Beaver River Memorial Post, 1663 .] The American Legion Club House Croghan DECEMBER 8, 1957 FIRST SERVING — 1:00 P. M. — M E N U — Clam Chowder Clams On Half Shell Fresh Shrimp With Hot Sauce Steak On Roll Salt Potatoes Chicken Giblets Fried In Butter Ripe And Stuffed Olives Sliced Onions Hot Peppers Old Cheese Assorted Pickles Crackers $3.50 Per Person LADIES WELCOME * ily, Mr. and Mrs. John Moran. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Fam ey had as Thanksgiving Day guests Mr. and Mra. W illiam Hewitt and family, CamUlua, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Monnat and family and Mr. and Mrs. and M r a Anthony Cam- pany, Croghan, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fam ey and family, Beaver Falla. Ronald Fcm ey, Albany, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Fam e y . Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Chester O’Brien entertained at dinner Thanks­ giving Day Mr. and Mrs. U rban Fam e y , Mrs. Leon Bardo and Melvin Fam ey, Lowville, and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene W idmayer and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Fam ey, Sr., Beaver Falls. Mr. and Mrs. John Parsel! hai\ | a s weekend guest, Miss Ruth aileen Gifford, Syracuse. Mr. and M rs E. Fm n cics o had a s Thanksgiving D ay guests their aon and family, Mr. an Mrs. Richard G ray and Lynn M arie and Mr. Gray’s fathe John Gray, W itertn w n ., M Richard G ray and Lynn M stayed until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert F r and daughter, Mary Franc- and Mrs. Charles Bush, Croghan, spent the weekend in Scotland.! Conn., visiting Mrs. Fkm ey's | twin sisters and their families, 2 1 M r. and Mrs. Nick Savino and /. M r and Mrs. Rudy CassareUo. | Mrs. Jacob Schneeberger and sister, Mrs. N ora Citnniti, were in P o rt Leyden for the Thanks­ giving weekend visiting Mrs. I S chneeberger’s d aughter and fam ­ ily, Mr. and Mis. Francis Sehnee- I b erger. j Mr. and Mrs. Fred Selfridge and fam ily spent the Thanksgiv­ ing weekend with their parents in Townsend, Maas., and Med­ ford, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. LaVsm e Norton and daughter, Linda, and Mr. Norton's father, Luther Norton, spent the weekend with Mrs. Norton’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Locke, near Ithaca. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Fam e y . Jr., and fam ily were w ith Mrs. Bar­ ney's aunt and uncle, U r. and Mrs. Morris Klock, Gouvemeur, the past weekend. Mr. and Mrs. DeW itt C. Le- ROSSDALE FARMS DAIRY Offers Christmas Suggestions FINE CHEESE 3 Ib. coon 5 Ib. coon 3 Ib. Gem Sharp, Fine Tertnred Cheese Sharp, Fine Tertnred Cheese Fine Cheddar, Any Degree and Sharpness 5 Ib. Midget Fine Cheddar, Any Degree and Sharpness $2.80 $4.50 $2.95 $4.50 EASTERN STAR CHRISTMAS BAZAAR Masonic Temple, Lowville DECEMBER 9 Starting 1 P.M. Decorations — Gifts Candy — Baked Goods HAM SUPPER 5:30 and 6:30 Servings Adults $1.25 Children 65c Free Program — 7:30 pjn. Santa Visit — 8 p.m. PUBLIC INVITED — SPECIAL - 3 lb. Cheese, any kind 1 quart Pore Maple Syrup OR 1 lb. Coon Cheese 1 pint Pure Maple 8 yrnp $ 1 9 5 $ 1 1 0 100J PURE MAPLE SYRUP PRODUCTS Gallons $6.10 Maple Cream Half Gallons $3.90 Maple Kisses Quarts $2.00 Maple Sugar Cakes Pints $1.10 in Christmas Molds AT.T. PACKAGES PACKED FOR SHIPPING AH assortment of products available for any sixe gift box. Make np yonr own. / We Ship ANYWHERE ALL PRICES F O B. LOWVILLE * ORDER NOW ORDERS ACCEPTED BY PHONE Rossdaie Farms Dairy We Are Taking Orders for Fresh or Froxen CHRISTMAS TURKEYS Weller’s Market State St., Lowville ” * C h r is tm a s Utica Blvd. Pbone 423-J Lowville, N. Y nw • o s u r s fASTEST po « t a u SmithCorona Distributed By MEDA’S Comer Pharmacy LOUIS F. MEOA, Ph. G„ B. S. j RELIABLE PRESCRIPTION SERVICE I Ptvone 7-J Lowvlll*, N. Y. Fevre entertained their tw o daughters and husbands, M r. and Mrs. Allan Knudsen, Syracuse, and Mr. and Mrs. Jam e s W right, Hornell, Thanksgiving weekend. Miss Ann Easton, daughter of Mr. andf Mrs. Reginald Easton, w as home for th e Thanksgiving weekend. She is a student mt the Becker Junior College, W o rces­ ter, Mass. David Easton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Easton has moved his fam ily to 2331 Rlgler T e r ­ race, Philadelphia, P a . M r E a s ­ ton works at- the U.S. Naval Hospital, Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Jam e s Lewia left Sunday by plane to spend two weeks at N assau, th e Bahamas, W est Indies. Karen Fam ey, student a t tbe University of Rochester, and N a n Fam ey, a student a t SL Luke’s Hospital, Newburgh, daughters oi H r. and Mrs. R a y Fferney, were home for the Thakagivtng weekend. Edw ard Jones, student a t Mo­ hawk Valley Technical Institute, Utica, spent the weekend wttb his parents and sister. Mr. and M ra E v e rett E. Jones and Sarah. Viette petzoldt, a student at Becker Junior College, W orces­ ter, Mass., spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Petzoldt. John Moore, a student a t Syra­ cuse University, w as home for the Thanksgiving weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fredenburg and family were Thanksgiving Day guests of Mr. Fredenburg's father and brother and family, C C. Fred burg and Mr. and Mre. Glenn Fredenburg. Mr. and Mre. F rank Freden­ burg entertained three of their daughters and their families, Mr. and Mrs. W illiam Demo, Tona­ wanda; Mr. and Mre. WUlaid Diilenbeck, Brownville; Mr. and Mra. Paul Miller,, Croghan. Mr. and M r s E rnest Nuxphger had a s Thanksgiving Day guests Mr. and M r s Donald Calver and fam ily, Rochester; M n M a rgaret Belmont and Marylee, Potsdam, and Mr. aad M rs Richard Blar­ ney and family, Lowville. A t the regular m eeting cf the Home Demonstration Unit Dec. 5 a t 7:30 p.m , Mra. Nina berger will give a home lesson a t the Community AU mem bers are urged to This lesson concerns tbe care of a patient ln bed, giving a bath and changing (beets [ CONSTABLEVILLE LAURA E. EAMES Correspondent Church Services Methodist—Rev. Leon Bundy, pastor. 9:15 sm ., morning wor­ ship, serm on hy tbe pastor, 10:- )5 am ., suasion of the church Mb* Laura Samos, SoSI- Mnortey. D m . t . 2:19 p m Ite S ^ ious education. St. Paul’s Episcopal — Rev. Philip Staples priest in charge; Rev. Benjamin Moss, assistant rector. 10 am .. Holy Communion, sermon by the rector. Monday, Dec. 9, 2:15 p.m., Religious edu­ cation. SL M ary's Catholic—Rev. Jos­ eph Sttckelmeyer. pastor. 8:30 a m -10 am . mass. Monday, Dec. 9, 2:15 p.m.. Religious education; 7 30 a.m., Maaa ev e ry weekday. Mr. and M ra W illiam Carey, Jr.. of W aterloo spent Thanks­ giving and the weekend with his parents. Mr. and Mra. William Carey, Sr. A t Sunset N u rsing and M ater­ nity Hospital, a son, Leon Char­ les, J r., w u born to Mr. and Mre. Leon Britton, Sr., Lyons Falls, Nov. 25. A son. Stephen George, w u born to Mr. and M ra George Howard, W est Branch, Nov. 28. A atm, Edw ard M ichael w u ' born to M r. and Mre. Frederick Anna, Boonville, Nov. 27. Mr. and Mre. W illiam Greene and children, Richard and Linda, spent Thnksgiving and th e week­ end with M r a Greene’s parents, Mr. and M ra H e n ry K . Bints. K r. and Mre. H e n ry Taylor, us David and Dan, Mr. and M ra Charles Evana, Jr.. ami chil­ dren were Thanksgiving Day guests of Mr and Mre. Chariea E v a n a Sr.. and family a t Turin. St. Agnes Guild will m eet on Tuesday, Dec. 10 w tth Miss Kath­ erine McMorran. Miss EBsabeth Zimmer of Rome spent the Thanksgiving recess at h e r home in W est Main street. Misa Rosetta Hoffman of Hud­ son spent the Thanksgiving cess with h e r mother, Mrs. Em m a Hoffman. The W oman’s Society of Chris­ tian Service and BL Agnes Guild will unite and hold th e ir annual Christm as party in the Meth odist church dining room Wed­ nesday evening. Dec. 11, at 7:30 o’clock. Mr. and Mrs. John Chanfty entertained on Thanksgiving Day M e rritt Smith. M r. and Mrs. Robert Flynn and two children. a t Syracuse. Mra. William Long and fam ily entertained for severs’ days her daiq^xtor and son-in-law, Mr. aad Mre. W illiam H e a lt and son Wil­ liam of Rome. Mrs. Emms Hoffm an and Laura Eam es entertained at din­ ner on Thanksgiving their sis­ ters, Mrs. John Isley and son Harold of Woodgate, Mre. F lo r ­ ence Western, Constableville and Mrs. Hoffman’s daughter, M in Rosetta Hoffm an a t Hudson. Miss Marie Madsen and Miss Dorothy Madsen of Syracuse are spending some time w ith th e ir sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Bion H. Kent M u r iel DA610R - V WTTH HIGH SPEED DRYING SYSTEM • Timer Dial • Choice of High or Low Heat • Fluff Dry • Removable Lint Trap • Temperature Control • Safety Switch • Full Warranty • Large Capacity • Adjustable Controls FREE — Come In And Register For *19175 In Free Prizes 1 - G.E. Electric Floor Polisher . $49.95 2 - Complete Sets of Aluminum Ware . . Valued at $39.95 per set 1 - Nesco Electric Sauce, P an .............. Valued at $29.95 1 - Sunbeam Electric Shaver ............... Valued at $31.95 DRAWINGS * PM DEC 18, 19,20,21,23, 1957 AT LOWVILLE STORE I \ j You’ Do Not Have To Be Present To Win HOOPER and PURVINES STORES ~ LowviUe & Croghan T \ \ I

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