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JOURNAL AND R E F *B U C A N , LO W VILLE, N. Y . THURSDAY, JU L Y 20, 1961 WJS.C.S. Camp A t Aldersgate A. achooi on m issions fo r m e m ­ b e r s o f the W o m a n 's Society of C h r istia n S e rvice o f th e N o rth e rn N e w Y o rk C o n ference o f th e M etbsxiixt C h u r c h is being held th i a w e e k at C a m p A ldersgate, B n w tin g h a m . M rs. O lin J. Mow- ry , M innetto, is dean o f th e achooi. T h e achooi, being atten d e d by ■ O w th a n 100 w o m e n , includes S tudy courses, officers’ clinics, teQbwataip, w o rship, a special g i r t s ’ an d w o m e n ’s p r o g r a m on v isito rs’ d a y an d a closing con­ sec r a tio n s e r v i c e on F r id a y . Cou r s e e a r e being offered on l a t i n A m e rican m issions, th e B S d e , C h r is tian citizen s h ip a n d responsibility, and hum a n su f f e r ­ ing. A b o u t 10 w o m e n fro m the W .S.C S . of th e Low v ilie M etho­ dist C h u rch are atten d in g the school. 89 Lewis Countiaiis H olding Federal Jobs A to tal of 89 Lew is C o u n ty residents are em p loyed b y vario u s branches 'o f the federal govern m e n t. A ll a r e em p loyed by the ex­ ecutive bran c h , including th e ten dep a r tm e n ts of th e cabinet and independent agencies. A breakdow n show s 80 em ­ ployes o f th e P o s t O ffice De­ p a r tm e n t in th e county; six em ­ ployes of the D e p a r tm e n t o f A g ­ riculture, and th r e e em p loyes of th e V e terans’ A d m inistration, A T T E N T I O N F A R M E R S WANTED CATTLE AND HORSES FOR DOG MEAT W inch Equipped Truck Brown ville M eat Company Phone D exter NE 9-3331 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * FOR THE FINEST IN FOODS H O T E L D A V E N P O R T Copenhagen, N . Y. Phone OV 8-9981 — Serving— - Steaks - Chops - Chicken - Turkey Sea Foods - Spaghetti and Pizza D aily 7 a.m. to 11 p jn . — Sunday 1 p jn . to 11 p jn . Catering to Banquets, Family Gatherings, Meetings and Parties W E FEATURE FAMILY-STYLE MEALS Free Parking A rea H ears The Secret! MR. GAS HAS A RANGE THAT “COOKS TW ICE AS FAST W ITH H A I.F THE GAS.” IT ’S CALLED MICO- RAY. Yon can see it a t the Household Gas Service in LOWVILLE Cheese Business Booms hi County Lewis, S t. L a w rence a n d J e f ­ ferson counties are responsible fo r approxim a tely 60 p e r cen t of the to tal production of A m e ri­ can o r cheddar cheese m a d e in N e w Y o rk S tate, acco rd in g to th e S ta te D e p a r tm e n t o f A g r i­ cultu re and M arkets- M a n y sections of th e s t a t e can lay claim to th e origin o f n u m ­ erous v a r ieties of cheese w h ich have becom e know n th r o u g h o u t th e w o rld fo r th e ir excellence, and Lew is C o u n ty is w h e re th e fam o u s coon cheese originated. T h is variety derives its full bodied flav o r from being aged on shelves a t a hig h e r tem p e r a tu r e th a n cold sto rag e . I t s distinctive d a rk rind it the resu lt o f heavy mold. H arvey Given New Post By N iagara Mohawk Corp. R h u e l G- H a rvey, S y r a c u s e , haa been nam e d to an advisory posi­ tio n on fa r m electrification m a t­ te r s fo r N ia g a r a M o h a w k Pow e r C o rporation, according to H o w a rd C. Fuller, sales m a n a g e r fo r tbe utility. H a r v e y form e r ly w a s fa r m salea advisor fo r N ia g a r a \ Mo­ haw k . H is successor in th a t po­ sition will be G ibbs C. F o s ter, F a y e tteville. A native o f M a rathon, H a rvey received his education a t Cornell U n iversity, w h e re he studied gen­ era l agriculture. H e Joined N iag ­ a r a M o h aw k in 1926, and durin g th e p a s t several y e a r s h a a been in s tru m e n tal in developing th e ru r a l house num b e ring sy s tem ln m a n y com m u n ities in th is area. BUSINESS DIRECTORY SEE OUR SELECTION OF WATCHES — BILL FOLDS JEWELRY — GLASSWARE KODAKS — FILMS DIAMONDS A. H. CUMMINGS NORMAN D. HIGBY AGENCY General Insurance Pbone SMS C o n sU b teville, N . Y . GUARANTEED Watch Repairs AT LOW EST COST FREE ESTIMATE Students! Are you worried about financing your higher education program? Our state is prepared to give as­ sistance to d e s e r v in g students for higher education thru the New York Higher E d u c a tio n Assistance Cor- ^ poration. We suggest you call a t our bank a t once and talk to us about your Col­ lege Program, WE WANT TO HELP YOU NOW No Interest While In College Low Interest A fter Graduation Delayed Repayment BUY LOCALLY — BANK LOCALLY L e w i s C o u n t y T r u s t C o m p a n y SEKVMG LEWIS COUHTY SINCE 1883 M e m b e r: F e d e ra l D e p o s it In s u ra n c e C o rp o ra tio n Niagara Mohawk Maps Expansion N ia g a r a M o h a w k D o w e r Sys­ tem th is y e a r w ill com p lete larg e extensions to Its state-w id e elec­ tric transm ission system , to c p e r ate up to th r e e tim e s th e v o ltag e of existing lines, according to the com p a n y ’s annual rep o r t. T h e new \highw a y s o f pow e r” w ill increase th e irtto M h ty e t supply and m a k e possible f a r g r e a t e r and m o re econom ical in terch a n g e of pow e r betw e e n N ia g a r a M o ­ haw k an d o th e r u tilitie s A s th e m a in p a r t o f th i s p r o ­ gram , N ia g a r a M o h aw k w ill c o m ­ plete construction of over 900 m iles of 345,000-volt lines fro m U tica to Poughkeepsie, including large sw itching tran s f o r m e r s t a ­ tions n e a r U tica, S y r a c u s e a a d Albany. A t U tica, th e lines w ill link w itb high-voltage c ir c u its from the N iag a r a and SL L a w ­ rence projects, a n d a t P o u g h ­ keepsie w ith those serv in g th e m e tropolitan N e w Y o r k area. N ia g a r a M o h aw k is also step ­ ping up a n intensive n u c lear re ­ search an d developm e n t p r o g r a m undertaken w ith six o th e r in ­ vestor-ow n e d u t i l i t i e s o f th s S t a t e T h e ir g o a l is th e develop­ m e n t, design and u ltim a te con­ struction of a large-scale g e n e r a ­ tin g p lan t th a t will produce pow ­ er from atom ic en e r g y a t co s ts econom ically com p e titive w ith e x ­ isting fuels. T h e rep o r t indicates th a t In 1960, N ia g a r a M o h a w k bad eleo- tric sales to ta lin g 17.5 hilUotr kilow a tt hours. N a tu r a l g a s i fo r th e y e a r reached a new p e a k cf 06 billion cubic f e e t F e d e ral, s t a t e a n d local taxas paid fay N ia g a r a M o h a w k In 1046 totaled 5 4 8 « n iw « i dollars, a n ' increase o f o v e r elev e n peroent. The system 's op e ratin g payroll and em p loyee benefits f o r th h y e a r am o u n ted to o v e r <0 m illion dollars. In 1960, th e nu m b e r of c u s ­ tom er* N i a g a r a M o h a w k serv e d reached 1405,000 electric a n d 961,000 g a m R e s idential e le c tr ic custom e rs increased th e i r a v e r ­ age an n u a l to 3,547 \ k ilo w a tt hours, paid a n av e r a g e o f 2.4# cents p e r kilow a tt hour, a n d h a d an average electric bill of 965.01 for th e year. Retreat Slated For Girl Scouts A re t r e a t fo r C a tholic G irt Scouts ln the D iocese o f O g d e n s- burg h a s been slated fo r A u g u s t 25-27 a t C a m p L a v igerie, on L a k e K u skaqua in the A d iro n d a c k ^ All girls aged tw e lve o r over a r e eligible to attend. The re tre a t will be conducted by Rev. R o g e r M a rtin, E d w a rds, diocesan scout chaplain, assisted by the G rey N u n s of th e C ross. The csm p is able t o accom m o d a te U 6 persene. The p r o g r a m includes pray e rs, conferences, question and an s w e r periods, hikes. Sw im m ing and other recreation. A p p lications should include th e g irl's nam e , address, age, phone num b e r, leader’s nam e , and troop num ber. T h e sig n a tu r e s of a p a r ­ ent and th e p a s to r of the local church are also necessary. F u r ­ th e r inform a tion can be obtained by w riting F r . M a r tin a t P.O. Box 43, E d w a rds. COPENHAGEN | M iss A lm a Florence R o b e rts, daughter of M rs. J a y H a rm o n , Copenhagen, w a s m a r r ied to N e il F r a n c is G a m e r , son o f Mr. an d M rs. V e rnon G a m e r , R o m e , Ju ly 12 in C o p enhagen M e t h o d i s t Church, Rev. K e n n e th D. Jones, pastor, officiating. Mrs. Marie Keiyes, Syracuse, was matron of honor and Mrs. Roger Shambo, Copenhagen, was bridesmaid. J a y A tkinson, Rom e, w a s the best m an. U shers w e re A lbert R o b e rts and F red R o b e rts. A reception was held follow­ ing the ceremony in the church parlors. After a trip to Washing­ ton, D C., the couple will live at Alexandria, Va. Mrs. Gamer is a 1956 graduate of Copenhagen Central Scool and received a bachelor of science degree from Oswego State Uni­ versity College of Education in 1959. She was a third grade teacher in the Rome school sys­ tem for two years and will teahe in Fort Belvoir, Va., this fall. Mr. Gamer is a 1958 graduate of Rome Free Academy. He is serving in the army and is sta­ tioned at Fort Belvoir, Va. Miss Phyllis Irene Simmons and Miss Ruth M ary Simmons, daugh­ ters of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sim­ mons, became brides in ceremon­ ies performed one hour apart on July 2- Phyllis Irene and Kenneth Gaines, son of the late Kenneth and Ida Burke Gaines, were mar ried in the rectory of St. Mary's Catholic Church, by the pastor, Rev. Bernard Desnoyers. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Burke of Great Bend, brother and sister in-law of the bridegroom, were the couple’s attendants. The bride attended Copenhagen Central School. Mr. Gaines at­ tended Augustinian Cartilage, and is employed by Queens Farms Dairy. A pre-nuptiai shower was given the bride by Mrs. Mackiin Mur- rock and Mrs. Robert Hunkins. Ruth Mary was wed to Wini­ fred L. Monaghan, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Winifred L. Mona ghan. Sr., Watertown, in a cere mony performed in Grace Epis­ copal Church, by the rector, Rev. Douglas Norwood. Miss Sally Davis, Depauviile, w a s m a id of honor. B ridesm a ids were the new ly wed M rs. Gaines, sister of th e bride a n d M ias G lor­ ia F lem ing, W a tertow n . B e s t m a n w a s A r th u r B e a rd- more, W a tertow n , brother-in-law of th e bridegroom . U s h e rs w e re Jam e s Sim m o n s, b r o th e r of the bride, and M r. G a ines, th e bride’s new brother-in-law . R ing b e a r e r w a s D a v id H a ll, son of M r. and M rs. F r a n c is Hail, W a tertow n R D . 2. The floVrer girls w a s C h ristine M a rie Sim ­ mons, siste r ot th e bride. George Fbllerton, C o p enhagen, w a s o rg a n ist. T h e bride Is a 1950 g r a d u a te of C o p e n h a g e n C e n tr a l School and is em p loyed by G ibson’s L a u n d ry, W a tertow n . M r. M o n a g h a n , w h o atten d e d W a terto w n echool*, al­ so is em p loyed by th e laundry. A f ter th e second w e d d ing a re­ ception fo r th e tw o couples w a s held a t th e Sim m o n s hom e. A m o n g th e 275 g u e s ts w e re residents of C o p e n h a g e n , C a r th a g e , Knokboro, W a tertow n , Low v ilie and M a r ­ tinsburg. M iss K a th leen M a h e r, d a u g h ­ te r of M r. and M rs. G e o rge M ac her, is w o rking a t the O o h a eset Hotel, O id Forge, fo r th e sum ­ mer. Mr. and M rs. V e rnon P e c k , Jr., have p u rch a s e d a n d tak e n pos­ session of the hom e on C a t a r a c t S tree t fo r m e r ly ow n e d by M r a M a ry W h eeler. B rayton H e n ry h a a purchased the hom e of M r. a n d M rs. A m ­ brose Jones, M ain S tree t, an d is rem o d e ling i t M rs. L a w rence M cD o n ald, M rs. John C row e and M rs. Jam e s M u r­ ra y hav e retu rn e d from M e rcy H o spital, W a tertow n . Mr. and M rs. D o n a ld S te w a r t have re tu r n e d a f t e r hav in g spent 1 0 days i n Cocoa B e a c h , F la., v is ­ iting relatives. M r. S te w a r t's m o ther, M r a L u c ille S tew a rt, LowvUle, accom p a n ied them . C m H u t IYELL 0 W PAGES P A I N T I N G Body and Fender Work GLASS AND PANEL REPLACEMENT General Auto Repairs Ernest W. Cook 73 R iver St. LowviBe Ssso. KEROSENE FUEL OIL COAL M eter Printed O i l Tickets Louis Bush And Sons, Inc. Forest Avenue Lowvilie Phone 46 MtOTECTIM ( S A M I FO I neFESSIO M U A professional is m man s k ille d in his w o rk; to rs, s w ift, snd po s itive fa* his e ffo rts. Professional help is available in Insurance too, whenever you need i t A n expert analysis of you r insurance needs ia ovided aa a p a rt o f our Personal Service. We pa t jomr interests Brat. JOHN D. MOORE & SON Phone 22-J 130 S ta te SL Lowvilie Clarence H artness Retires A fter 4 4 Years W ith Gould C larence H a r tn e s s , Lyona F a ils, recently re tired fro m Gould P a p ­ e r C o m p a n y a f t e r m o re th a n 44 y e a r s of service. H e w a s em p loy­ ed s t the m ill continuously since Ju ly 5, 1917. H a r tn e s s ’ affH a tion w ith the p a p e r in d u s tr y b e g a n ln 1909 w h e n he w a s finst em p loyed a t M ill 4 a t Shuetow n , w h e re he w o rked u n til 1917. H e m a r r ied th e fo r m e r R o se T e a l In 1913 and th e couple h a s one son, Thom a s , te n grandchildren, and one g r e a t ­ grandchild. ? PORT LEYBEN I I MRS. MARY FRASER I J Correspondent I M rs. F lorence W e b s ter, P o r t Leyden, w a s reelected president o f t h e b o a rd o f education of P o r t Leyden C e n tr a l S c h o o l a t th e f o r R E L I A B L E ' rSraSSTu Ubray-! Be wold's Isssi IM * III M V M tf B» tw y « h w ow I n to r m M DQ B M B XT BEST. Cal M to t JKfeMttL MgNKSdMSi ptftS —M tnU N E lo te a r t to t. •ffte & L M t f «c«ttoaic3 w to w fc lL fe a te W jM M tW J K ROY X. W X L U A M B board’s a n n u a l reorganization m e e ting. F r e d R o c k e r w a s elected vice president, a n d HSdwin Sm ith, dis­ tric t c o l l e c t o r . P o r t Leyden B ranch o f th e L e w is C o u n ty T r u s t C o m p a n y w a s nam e d o f ­ ficial depository fo r school funds and th e Jo u r n a l a n d R e p u b lican w a s designated an official new s­ paper. M rs. A n n a B a iley is dis­ tric t treasu r e r , an d M isq A itsle Wilcox, clerk of th e board. M rs. W e b s ter w a n unanim o u s ly reelected to an o th e r five y e a r te r m on th e board a t the dis­ tric t ’s an n u a l m e e ting Ju ly 14. A t th e sam e ttane, the proposed $303,684.54 budget fb r th e 1964- 02 school y e a r . T h i r t y v o ters a t ­ tended th e m e e ting. M r. a n d M rs. Jo h n C . H a r t ­ w ell, S r., P o r t L e y d e n , h a v e a n ­ nounced th e en g a g e m e n t of th e i r d a u g h ter, D e lores A n n e , to P e t e r S tan ley U rtx, aon o f M r. and M rs. S tan ley U rtz, ConetabierviUe. M iss H a rtw e ll is a 1960 g r a d ­ u a te ot Port L e y d e n C e n tr a l SchooL M r. U r tz to a 4960 g r a d u a te ot C o n stableville C e n t r a l S c h o o l a n d is a s tu d e n t a t th e S t a t e Un*- veraity A g r ic u ltu r a l a n d T e c h n i­ cal In s t i t u t e - a t M o rrtsville. N o d a te h a s b e e n s e t to r th e w e d d ing. P H I L ’ S W E L L D R I L L E R S NO JOB TOO LARGE OB TOO SMALL Insured — Experienced O p erator PHONE LOW V ILLE S83 Phil Sweredoski, Owner © N I A G A R A I M O H A W K s iv a n o t ow wao ■ u u f a t m m P ° r o l | i j | ?g<pHin s l B r i f f i O a e a \FULL HOUSEPOWER m akes a happy hom e’ .M Pluming a new borne? ft can bs a dream tf yea M U . no* outy a new hcess. tart bean* happily heated aad rtr-e«adtUae6d te a ristfafelty. AB yea — begin to build, t f r t _______ . Wiring Boreaa t f Csntral ] Tarfc t e r a H uosepqw e r I n i f M h A h n f « HOUMPOWM k a u H a . CASTORLAND Newton MoHMtta Bach A SaoHman COTSNHAOIN Fra nolo Barnard 8. _____ Triple C, G-L.F-, IS * crooham t o l d KttM LOWVILLE Ed Claxton Eloetrleal lervlce. 147 Trinity A v a LewvWo Electric Shop MoOmbor Electric More. Shady A v a n tt Jtm w Katfy, Lowvllle R.D. t NEW BREMEN Robert Zshr TURIN John Dal* For modom Homo appliance* visit: COPENHAGEN Bernard E. Cartor Copenhagen Co-Op. Q.L.F. Service, Inc. CROGHAN Lambert's Eloetrlo LOWVtLLS Furvln eo Btoetrk Her i, WIWsn -■ - - — m . w i n n v w s marxrooa O.Kw AppUanooo, IM __ JaetfiMa Hardware Ce^ 189 Weotam Auto Aaaaotata ' a And S. Btootrle*a. 11 “ LYONS FALLS Catakte Electric Lyons Fall* Farmer*’ Co-Op. Aaaaelatlon FORT LEYDEN Mangaa** Appftaneoe For help la finaneififl yoor adequate wiring aooi Lewla Catiaty Tnsot Campany, LewviB* N. Ye Lyarns FaH eNational Bank, Lyona Falla, N. V. Wabortawn National Bank LewvtBel Bleak Rtver Branch, Lowvfflo, N. Y. Crechan Sranelt, Creghan, N. Y. n r 1 TE WMNG BUREAU OF CENTRAL M W TOM Car y e a r < 8 8 0 — H o le t f , U w i C m K V . mom* o m a m e tfM A w .-fe o g a ju u L B U IL T F O R L E S S N o Damn Payment Up to 5 years to pay\ ^Is68JS6 ltdlfs . . . BBl ftttE 6466*0606 00*^, 2 K i n . i 0 o l l 6 t f f t a t i w r ta0 E l bmHmbiI 4 b i t f 000600 ^ 0 B l0 M 0 )r0 l4 0 rtf« te 0 0 . E r e c t e d c o m p le t e o n y o u r t o t o r d e K v e r e d p r e - p a n e le d f o r e a s y D o - I t - Y o u r s e lf c o n s t r u c t io n . Q E m Sand C aehe.— «• A CARAGt! BOOK SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY LEHMAN AND ZEHR LUMBER COMPANY. INC. CROGHAN, N. Y. PHONE CROGHAN 2002

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