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1830 ish e d r o l l . ” e n t ire o u t p u t tn that y e a r m e p r e s id e n t aad s h o r t l y r e l r s s o l d o u t th e m i l l b e - f t h e C o n t l n - s p r o d u c t io n :o n tln u e d a n d y w e r e rn a n - 1s p e r io d th e built. ‘ M a n y m ents w e r e n e w o f f i c e it , tin l s h ln g #ood b l e a c h iny was s o l d o. to a g r o u p ters o r g a n i- r, C o m e rclo d e J a n e i r o , s m a te p r e - impany. T h e osed a n d th e jrc h a s e s u l - rd e r to c o n - w a s s h o r t tn :ter they fct- ■dwood plant p r u e e . t F a lls P a p e r b y Ralph W. :’s in te r e s ts ;e ow n e rs o f 'he com pany drtal nam e ra n s a c tlo a s . litlons w ith ? y e a r s ago, reased eOT; lt<* of m any s, has ris e n earnings o f tstsed n e a r ly iige benefits bese Include lib e ral p e n - m ent m s u r - hollday pay, nual payroll ,000,000 a n d dollars have al Im p rove- • w a s a g a in I Sound pulp gta P a c i f i c ) , a r e in th e ilch a r d P r o - e n m l i r t a lt­ e r s . has enjoyed itlrtuous o p - ncss etcpeft- trem e n d o u s “ e c o n o m ic JUnty.” JO H N D E E R E H ig h P r e s s u r e W a s h e r s now in sto c k Special R E D U C E D P R I C E S OK SN O W CO D O U B L E SN O W S L E D T R A 1 L O R S AN D SN O W S I E D S L E F T IN S T O C K L o w v i l l e la w n & G a r d e n E q u i p PHflHE 376-3821 Letters (C o n tin u e d fro m P a g e 2 ) mated la r g e am o u n ts o t m o n e y fo r the b e a u t ificatio n o f the h o s ­ p it a l grou n d s ln L o w v i l l e and C a r t h a g e . Although M i s s H a z e l N o r th a m h a s d e p a r t e d fro m u s , h e r m e m o r y w i l l con tin u e in m a n y g r a t e f u l h e a r t s and In t h e b e a u t y o f the la n d s c a p e d la w n s o f o u r h o s p ita ls fo r m a n y y e a r s . - An a r e a high s c h o o l g u id a n c e co u n ­ s e l o r E d ito r , Jo u r n a l an d R e p u b lican : Although h e r p h y s i c a l p r e s e n c e i s no lo n g e r w tth us,\ t h e a p ir it o f M iss H a z e l N o r t h a m liv e s on In the h e a r t s o f th o s e w h o s e liv e s w e r e tou c h e d by h e r g e n ­ e r o s i t y and c o m p a s s t o n a t e d e e d s . - A P r a t t - N o r t h a m S c h o la r s h ip re c ip ie n t from C a r t h a g e C e n ­ tr a l J r . - S r . High S c h o o l . E d ito r , J o u r n a l an d R e p u b lican : 1 am h a n d icap p e d v e t e r a n , l i v ­ in g on a s m a l l p e n s io n . M y v isio n and h e a r in g a r e s lo w l y le a v in g m e . T h e d o c t o r s sa y th e y can d o nothing, s o I h a v e m a d e h o b b ies to k e e p b u s y and tight o f f p e r io d s o f m e n t a l d e ­ p r e s s io n and d e s p o n d e n c y , w h ich se e m .to p la g u e m e m o s t o f the d s e f r o m o u r \; •ently w o n s . T n t s S c h o la r - :^ : r o f t h e C a r - % ; L e a d e r s h ip : '; : secon d In a ; : - c o n t e s t . H i s . \ n t e r e s t e d ta-:- lm about o n e ! ; : reek to p r e - :: th e J o u r n a l . ;; i and w r i t e s : . : ut r e c o p y t n g . i e r and p u n - : ; in g ly a c e u r - T 1 s t u d e n t a n d . : itU e , t f a n y , ; : >ars tn p r in t .;:.\ a n s to s t u d y \. e M o y n e C o l - “ re h e h a s a l - . W e a r e told !;:* it T e r r y ts a in. W e a g r e e . • • • Siving I n t o S p r in g B e g in n e r s B o n a n z a GOLF SPECIAL Ladies or Men Complete Golf Outfit $99.95 S H O P E A R L Y F O R B A S E B A L L E Q U I P M E N T W H ILE S T O C K £ IS C O M P L E T E L o w v i l l e S p o r t S h o p STATE STREET 376-7445 LOWVILLE ttm e . W h ile I a m c o l l e c t i n g an t iq u e v a l e n t in e s an d o ld p o s t c a r d s , I am a l s o c o l l e c t i n g r a r e o l d c a l e n d a r s an d a d v e r t i s i n g c a r d s , In hopes o f w r i t i n g a book about the Ite m s 1 c o l l e c t and e a r n enough fr o m It to g e t o f f th is s m a l l V A p e n s io n and h a v e m e d ­ ic a l c a r e , w h ich th e V a Is u n a b le to affo r d m e , s o m y h o b b ies h a v e a d u a l p u r p o s e . L t v t n g on lim i t e d fu n d s , t d e ­ pend on fr t e n d s and o t h e r s fo r th e Item s t c o l l e c t and w a s w o n ­ d e r i n g If a n y o f y o u r r e a d e r s had an y an tiqu e v a l e n t i n e s , old p o s t c a r d s o r r a r e o ld c a l e n d a r s th e y d o not w a n t , b e c a u s e I w o u ld b e happy to h a v e any th e y m a y c a r e to s e n d m e and be gla d to get th e m . T h a n k you fo r y o u r tim e and kind c o n s i d e r a t i o n In re a d in g m y le t t e r . R e s p e c t f u l l y y o u r s , L e o n T h o m p s o n H a n d icapped V e t e r a n ( f o r m e r l y o f S e a t t le ) . 1211 C h ic a g o S t r e e t , K e n t , W a s h . 9803 1 OESToHonor Master Masons M R S . M A R Y W. L E E C o r r e s p o n d e n t TU R IN - O n M a r c h 2 1 , at 7:30 a . m . , th e E a s t e r n S t a r , D i r i g o C h a p t e r N o . 390, w ill e n t e r ­ ta i n the m a s t e r m a s o n s o f T u r i n L o d g e in th e M a s o n ic H a ll. O f ­ fic e r s o f th e c h a p t e r a r e r e ­ q u e s t e d to w e a r lo n g go w n ’ s . A ll m a s t e r m a s o n s a r e Invtted. T h e E a s t e r n S t a r s e r v i c e w a s h e ld at th e V l r k l e r F u n e r a l H o m e on T h u r s d a y e v e n i n g , M a r c h 9, at 8 o ’ c l o c k f o r M r s . L o u i s e P e t e r s o n w h o p a s s e d aw a y at th e L e w i s C o u n t y G e n e r a l H o s ­ p i t a l on T u e s d a y , M a r c h 7 . T h e fu n e r a l w a s h e l d o n F r i d a y , M a r c h 10. R e v . C h a r l e s A u s t in , p a s t o r o f T u r i n , G l e n f i e l d and C o n s t a b l e ­ v l l l e c h u r c h e s w a s In c h a r g e o f th e s e r v i c e . B u r i a l w ill be In T u r i n C e m e t e r y in the s p r t o g . F r a n k l in R . K e s s l e r r e c e i v e d h i s h o n o r a b le d i s c h a r g e fro m th e A r m y a t F o r t D e n e n s , M a s s . , on F e b r u a r y 10. H e and M r s . K e s ­ s l e r , the fo r m e r S h i r l e y G i l l e t t e , h a v e m o v e d fro m A y e r , M a s s . , to R o c h e s t e r , w h e r e th e y a r e b o th em p lo y e d . M r . an d M r s . C a r l G i l l e t t e v i s i t e d M r . an d M r s . F r a n k l in K e s s l e r In R o c h e s t e r o v e r the w e e k e n d . M r . an d M r s . D a v i d S a e v a and s o n , J e r r y S a e v a , and M i s s J a n e B u r r , a l l o f R o c h e s t e r , sp e n t t h e w e e k e n d w ith M r . an d M r s . M o r ­ r i s B u r r . L i t t l e K e v i n B l e a u , so n o f M r . and M r s . P e t e r B l e a u , w a s a s u r ­ g i c a l p a t ie n t a t L e w i s C o u n t y G e n - e r a l H o s p ital la s t w e e k . M r s . P e t e r B le a u an d Infant d a u g h t e r , S u s a n , re t u r n e d h o m e fr o m the L e w t s C o u n t y G e n e r a l H o s p it a l on T h u r s d a y . M a r c h 9 1 9 7 1 C h r y s l e r When you think of a Chrysler, you think of a big, strong, handsome car. A man's kind of car. Right? Not completely. Women, too, go for Chrysler. And, most often, for the same reasons as men. They like the good looks. They like the roominess. And who wouldn't? A u t o m o t i v e I n d u s t r i e s reports that the 72 Chrysler has the largest interior of any 1972 U.S. car. But womeb. especially, like the way they can count on Chrysler to get them where they want to go . . . without a tot o f trouble. Every Chrysler is bulit with a commitment to deep-down quality. Every Chrysler is built to last. Isn't that the kind of car people really w ant? Men and women alike. Wo ;j| C H R V S i.K R i think so. Come in and let us show :!l _____ a ; you a big new Chrysler today. We want ta be the hind of Dealer Lewis County wants. Gerald A. Nortz. Inc. WHAT’S HAPPENED By Margaret darter 376-3238 B r ^ a n ^ ^ M r s T W y r o n A l l e n , T r i n i t y A v e n u e , spent la s t w e e k ­ end v i s i t i n g th e t r d a u g h t e r , C o n n ie, wbo ls a stu d e n t at C o r - r* 11 U n i v e r s i t y , Ith a c a . W h ile th e r e , th e y atten d e d th e C o r n e l l - B r o w n h o c k e y g a m e . L o w v i ll e B r i d g e C lu b s c o r e s fo r g a m e s p la y e d M a r c h 7 at T r i n i t y E p isc o p a l C h u r c h a r e a s fo llo w s : M a rtha F o r d and A l i c e C o f fe y and Ann L a k e and Jean M c G r a t h , 107; T e r r y C o le and Bud C o le and Anne E c k e lm a n and A l E c k e lm a n , 90; John T u r n ­ bu ll and R e n a T u r n b u ll and A v i s G r a v e s and H e len C a r n i e , 68; M a d e lin e A n d r e and G e r t r u d e S p e n c e r and D o r o th y N o r t z and Jan B u r k h a r t , 64. A team o t fou r e v e n t s , se v e n ta b le s w e r e p la y e d . M r s . E u g e n e P l o p p e r , w h o Is w e ll-k n o w n in L o w v i U e , h a s m o v e d fro m th e S u n s e t N u r s in g H o m e , B o o n v t l le , to G r e y s t o n e M a n o r , M a r t ln s b u r g . M r . and M r s . C l i f f o r d H e b - don, E lm S t r e e t , spent la s t w e e k ­ end v i s i t i n g th e i r s o n - i n - l a w and d a u g h t e r , T . S . G. T . E d g a r B u tts and M r s . B u t t s , W o o d , b r i d g e , V a . M r . and M r s , R ic h a r d R e e v e s and c h i l d r e n , C o l l e e n , C h r i s and tw in s , J i l l and Ja n n a , H o o s lck F a l l s , w e r e r e c e n t g u e s t s o f M r . and M r s . C l i f f o r d H e b d o n , E lm S t r e e t . M r s . A m y R isin g , S a n t u r c e , P u e r t o R i c o , r e c e n t l y v i s i t e d h e r p a r e n t s , A t t o r n e y and M r s . G e o r g e R e e d , R e e d s T e r r a c e . M r s . R i s i n g h a s b e e n tn th e U n ited S t a t e s to atte n d an ed u ­ catio n a l c o n f e r e n c e to N e w Y o r k C i t y . W h ile In N e w Y o r k , s h e s t a y e d a t th e H ilton H o tel. M r s . R ic h a r d P . B u s h e n t e r ­ tain e d eigh te e n m e m b e r s an d te n g u e s t s o f t h e H o m e Im p r o v e m e n t C lu b on W e d n e s d a y , M a r c h 8. A s h o r t b u s i n e s s m e e t in g w a s h e ld , M a r g o S c h a n t z , o f th e C o ­ o p e r a t i v e E x t e n s io n D e p a r t m e n t , d e m o n s t r a te d w i g s , sh o w in g s t y li n g and s i z e . R e f r e s h m e n t s w e r e s e r v e d and th e m e e t in g w a s ad jo u r n e d . T h e n e x t m e e t in g w i l l b e A p r i l 12 at th e hom e o f M r s . R ich a r d K a b a n . M r . an d M r s . G o r d o a B o u t - w e l l , D a y a n S t r e e t , sp e n t la s t w e e k e n d at K i n s t o n , N . C . , w h e r e th e y v i s i t e d M r . and M r s . D a v td B o u tw e ll and th e t r d a u g h t e r , T a m m y Su e B o u t w e ll. M a r i e M m ite l l, M a r y O’ C o n n e r and B u c k C r a n d e U , L o w v lH e , l e lt la s t w e e k fo r a vacatio n at S t. P e t e r s b u r g , F l a . * L y l e C t a v e r , 7735 D e w itt S t r e e t , t s a s u r g i c a l p a t ien t in the H o u s e o f t h e G o o d S a m a r ita n , W a tertow n . M r s . S a l v a t o r ! G a v o r m l n a , N i - v e r v l l l e , h a s b e e n v i s i t i n g h e r au n t , M r s . Ir e n e J o n e s , M r s . G a v o r m ln a ts th e fo r m e r S h i r ­ le y N o r t o n , L o w v U le, M r s . T h e o d o r e S n y d e r , 7659 E a s t S t a t e S t r e e t , ts a s u r g i c a l patien t In the H o u se o f t b e Good S a m a r ita n , W a t e r t o w n . M s g r . N o r b e r t J . H e n r y , d i o c e ­ san d i r e c t o r o f the C o f r a t e r o i t y JOURNAL AND REPUIIJCM, LOWVILLE, N.V. WilanJl), Mm* IS, 1972 3 Bold Ideas That Work I o f C h r i s t i a n D o c t r i n e , S y r a c u s e , w a s h o n o r e d M a r c h 12 b y tbe K n igh t s o f C o lu m b u s , S y r a c u s e , a t th e H u lb e r t H o u s e , B o o n v llle M s g r . H e n r y liv e s at St. R o s e o f L i m a , S y r a c u s e . L o w v lH e g u e s t s w e r e h i s aunt, M r s . H e n ry T h i s s e . P a r k A v e n u e ; M r . and M r s . G l l b u r t T h i s s e , M a r t l n s ­ b u r g ; M r s . M a r g a r e t V l r k l e r , S h a d y A v e n u e ; and M r s . M ay A l l e n , D a v a n S t r e e t . Z e n i t h C h a p t e r 346, O r d e r of the E a s t e r n S t a r , w i l l m e e t W e d ­ n e s d a y , M a r c h 2 2 , at 8. P r o ­ c e e d i n g th e m e e t in g th e r e w i l l be a c o v e r e d d i s h d in n e r a t 6:30 D e s s e r t w i l l b e p r o v id e d . M e m ­ b e r s a r e a s k e d to tak e th e t r own ta b le s e r v i c e and a d is h to p a s s . R E C I P E O F T H E W E E K F r e n c b C a b b a g e S a l a d 2 q u a r t s o f sh r e d d e d ca b b a g e 1 good s i z e d onion 1 g r e e n p e p p e r 5 s t a lk s c e l e r y C u t the a b o v e fin e . S a u c e : 2 / 3 ta b le s p o o n tu m e r i c 3/4 ta b le s p o o n m u s t a r d s e e d 1 tab lesp o o n s a l t 1 cu p s u g a r 1 cu p v in e g e r M ix th e a b o v e and b r i n g to a b o ll . P o u r s a u c e o v e r tb e v e g e ­ t a b l e s . M ix o c c a s i o n a l l y . C o v e r and it w i l l k e e p c o v e r e d a w e e k o r m o r e In t h e r e f r i g e r a t o r . H u l- d a h B a c k N e w ! K L E E N C H U T E Takes The Dirty Work Out of Silo Climbing! Sturdy formed plastic hood snaps into door opening; directs silage into IQ-inch diameter flexible plastic tube. Silage fails through tube to bot­ tom of chute. Keeps you and the silo chute free o f dust and chaff. H a r o l d L o u c k s lowville 376-6383 o r 376 -2 5 7 0 D A Y A N S T . F O R M E R L Y R U P E R T ’ S O P E N H O U S E I n A p p r e c i a t i o n F o r Y o u r P a s t B u s i n e s s C o m e S e e U s W e d n e s d a y , M a r c h 2 2 9 c u m . 5 p . m . S e r v i n g C o f f e e A n d D o n u t s D O O R P R I Z E S R O E S E Q U I P M E N T C O . Lowville 376-3415 25 South State Street Lowville, NX

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