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IEBAI NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF TENTATIVE ASSESSMENT ROLL (Pursuant to sections 506 and 1526 o f the Real Property Tax Law) HEARING OF COMPLAINTS Notice Is hereby given that the Assessor (s) o f the Town o f Watson, County of L e w is, have completed the tentative a s s e s s ­ ment r o ll f o r the current y e a r and that a copy has been left with Town C l e r k , Anna Burdick, a t Town C lerk 's office, where It may be seen aad examined b y any interested person until the third Tuesday tn June, The A s s e s s o r s ) w ill b e tn a t ­ tendance with the tentative a s ­ sessment r o ll on June 6 and June 9 between the hours of J p.m . and 5 p.m .. and on June 14 between the hours o f II a .m . t o 1 p.m, and 7 to 9 p.m. The Board of Assessment R e ­ view wtll meet on June 20 bet­ ween th# hours of 5 p.m. and 9 p.m, at Grange Hall, Petries Corners, tn said town, to hear and examine all complaints In r e ­ lation to assessm e n ts on the a p ­ plication o f any person believing him self to b e aggrieved. Dated 1972. this 1st day o f June, ROY D . GILBERT FLAAS, BATES CLAUDE WAHL Assessors 42-1-c NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF TENTATIVE ASSESSMENT ROLL (Pursuant to sections 506 and 1526 of the Real Property T a x Law) HEARING OF COMPLAINTS Notice Is herby given that the Assessor ( s ) o f the Town of Wust Turin, County of Lew is, have completed the tentative a s s e s s ­ ment roll for the current year and that a copy has been left with Helen O’Brien atM alnSi.reet ConstablevUle, New York, where It may be seen and examlnod by any Interested person until the third Tuesday UiJune. The A s s e s s o r (s ) w ill be In attendance with the tentative as­ sessment roll 00 June 6th and June 8th between the hours of 1 pun. snd 5 p.m ., and on June 15th between the hours o f 1 p.m. and 3 pun., and the hours o f 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. at J a m e s Llock’s Home. , The Board o f Asaessvnent Re­ view wtll meet cm Jam* 20 bet­ ween the hours of 1 p.m . and 3 p»m. and the hours of 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. at Town Bam Constable- ville, New York ln said town to bear and examine all com ­ plaints In relation to assess­ ments on the ap p lio t lo n o f any person believing him s e lf to be aggrieved. NOTICE OF C OMPLETI0N OF ASSESSMENT ROLL (Persuant to S e ctlon 506 of the Real Property Tax Law) HEARING O l? COMPLAINTS Notice ts h e r by given that the A s s e s s o r s of. the Town of New Brem en County of Lewis have Completed 'iheir Tentative A s ­ sessm ent R oll for the Current Y e a r that A Copy there of has been left with Am os W. Virkler Chairman o f the Assessors a t his Residence* in, the VanAmber Road where It may be seen and exa­ mined by any person Interested, therein until the third Tuesday In June 20 1972, and on Such Day fro m 5 p.m, to 9 p.m, at the New Bremen Town Garage. The Review Board and A s s e s s o rs wUl m«?«t to Examine all Com­ plaints In Relation to such As­ sessm e n ts on the Application of any Pe rson believing himself Ag­ grieved there by. Dated this 30 Day of May 1972. AMOS W. VIRKLER KENNETH WATERMAN H. HUGH EATON A s s e s s o r s 42-1-c NOTICE L E W S COUNTY DEPARTMENT o r h i g h w a y s , c o u r t h o u s e , LOW V ILLE, NEW YORK PURSUANT TO THE PROVI­ SIONS o f the Genera! Municipal Law, Section 103, sealedbidsw lll be received until 10:00 A .M ., EJ5.T. on Wednesday, June 14, 1972 by Ralph E. Bush, County Supt. of Highways, Court House, Lowville, New York ton 1-New Dump Body completely on Arm y Surplus vehicle. Bids forms and specifications may be obtained at the County Highway offtce, Court House, Lowvtlle, New* York. NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF TENTATIVE ASSESSMENT R O L L (Pursuant to sections 506 and 1526 of the R e a l Property Tax Law) HEARING O F COMPLAINTS NOTICE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL MEETING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the annual meeting o f the Inhabitants of Central School D is­ trict No. 1 of the Towns of Low­ vUle, Denmark, Martlnsburg, Harrisburg, Montague, Watson, . . . . . . . Pinckney, Turin, New Bremen Notice is hereby given that the G rel^ Lewts county, quait- Asaessorfs) o f the Town o f M ar- yjgd t0 vote at school m eetings ingsburg. County o f L e w is, have to sald D istrict wtll be held at completed the tentative a s s e s s - ^ gchool house tn satd D istrict, ment roll for the current y e a r and located tn the V illage of LowviUe, that a copy has been left with n 6W York, known and designated Samuel G . Studer a t LowvtlleN.Y. ’ ’ L owville Academy” on the RJ>. 1 where it m ay be seen and examined by any Interested person until the third Tuesday in June. The A s s e s s o r s ) wtu be ln at­ tendance with the tentative a s ­ sessm ent ro l l on June 8th and 13th day of June, 1972, at 8:00 P.M. (DST) for the transaction of such business as ts authoriz­ ed by law. AND NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN that a copy of the statement o f the amount of money which w ill be June 12th between the hours of required for the ensuing y e a r fo r 10 A.M. and 2 P.M ., and on school purposes, exclusive of June 13th between the hours of public m oneys, may be obtained 11 A.M. and 1 P.M. and 7:30 by any taxpayer in the D istrict P.M . and 9:30 P.M. during the seven days Imraedi- The Board of Assessm ent R e - ately preceding the annual m eet- vfew w ill meet on June 20th b e t- mg except Saturday, Sunday o r ween the hours o f 11 A M a n d ! holidays, at each of the school P*M* ana the hours of S P*M. houses Ui which school ts main* ana 10 P.M. at Town Rail M a r- tained tit the D istrict during the tfnsburg ln satd town, to hear hours from 9:00 A.M. (DST) until and examine all com plaints t o r e - 3-00 P M (DST) o f Education must be filed with tbe Clerk of the D istrict not later than May 30, 1972. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that there will be a public meet­ ing to discuss the new budget ln the school auditorium, June 6, 1972, at 7:30 p.m. HELEN CARNIE, Clerk 39-4-C NOTICE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL DISTRICT MEETING Notice ts hereby given that the annual meeting of the inhabitants of Central School D istrict No. 1 Towns of Martlnsburg, G reig Turin, Watson, Htgbmarket, Loy- den. West Turin, and Lyonsdale Lewts County, New York (Soutl Lew is Central School District) qualified to vote at school meet­ ings tn said district w ill be held JOURNAL AND R E P IIU C A N . L i t VILLE, NEW V8IK 1 1 W EONESIAI, M R E I , 117? 1 « S5\ 5 MIT GRAD - Glenn Raymond Rowsam, son of Mr. and M rs. Bernard Rowsam, Beaches ln the auditorium of the South B r id g e , Watson, was graduated The right Ject all bids. Is reserved to re - Dated: June 7 , 1972 4 2 - I - c TOWN OF GREIG NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF ASSESSMENT ROLL AND HEARING O F COMPLAINTS NOTICE is hereby given that the A s s e s s o rs o f the Town of G reig, Lew is County, New York, ent latfon to assessm ents on the ap­ plication of any person believing him self to be aggrieved. Dated this 1st day of June, 1972. SAMUEL G. STUDER VICTOR POULSEN ARNODENXNG Assessors _ _ 42-1-c NOTICE O F COMPLETION OF TENTATIVE ASSESSMENT ROLL (Pursuant to sections 606 and 1526 or the Real Property Tax Law) HEARING OF COMPLAINTS Notice is hereby given that the A s s e s s o r s ) of the Town of Croghan, County of Lew is, have completed the tentative assess­ ment roll fo r the current y e a r and that a copy has been left with M rs. Evelyn Farney a t Town C lerk’s O ffice Main Street, Croghan, New Y o rk, where tt may be seen and examined by any interested person until tbe third Tuesday ln June. The A s s e s s o r s ) w ill be in at­ tendance with the tentative as­ sessm ent ro ll cm June 6th and June 7th between the hours of 12:00 noon and 4 p.m ., and on June 8th between) the hours of 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. The Board of Assessment Re­ view wtll meet cm June 20th bet­ ween the hours ot 5 P.M. and 9 P.M . at the Town Hall, Main Street, in said town, to hear and AND NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN that petitions nominating candi­ dates fo r the Office of member of the Board of Education must be filed at least fourteen days before the date o f the within an­ nual meeting. The following va­ cancies a r e to be filled on the Board of Education: Term Name of last incumbent 1 year WUllam E . C a r r o ll 3 y ears LyndsayD. Fow ler, Jr. 3 years Aaron A. Widrick have completed their Assessmen Roll for the current year, that a copy thereof has been left with Richard Graves a t Greig w b e r e it may be seen and examined by any person Interested therein tm- til the third Tuesday of June, — „ — — •*, ~ roomM feeU1Me.a n d June 20, 1972 and that on such examine a il complaints In re la - • day from 6 p.m. to 10\ p.m. tion to assessm e n ts 00 the ap- eQ™ tlment- plicatlon of any person believing him self to b e aggrieved. 3 y e a r s , Douglas F . Robbins Each vacancy is * separate specific office and a separate petition is required to nominate a candidate to each separate of- ' flee. Each petition must be d ir­ ected to the Clerk of the D is­ trict, must b e signed by at least twenty-five qualified voters of the D istrict, must state the r e s i­ dence of each signer, must state the name and resident o f the candidate ts nominated, including at least the length of the term of office and the name o f last in­ cumbent. AND NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN that the voters w ill be asked to approve entering into lea s e or leases between our School D is­ trict and the Lew is County Board of Co-operative Educational S e r ­ vices fo r the use by said Lewis County Board o f Co-operative Educational S e r v ices of c e rtain of Lew is Junior-Senior High School in said d istrict on Tuesday, June 13, 1972, at 8 P.M. (EDST) tor the transaction of such business a s is authorized by the Education Law. And notice is also given that a copy of the statement of the amount of money which will b e re­ quired for toeensutagschool year for school purposes, exclusive of public moneys, m ay be obtained by any taxpayer in tbe district during the seven days im­ mediately preceding the annual meeting, exceptSaturday, Sunday, o r holidays, at the following lo­ cation during the following hours: Lyons F a lls School D istrict Principal’s O ffice 8 A.M . to 4 P.M. And notice Is also given that petitions nominating candidates for the office of member o f the Board o f Education must be filed wtth the C lerk o f the D istrict not later than May 30, 1972. The following v acancies are to be filled on tbe Board of Edu­ cation: Term - 6 y e a r s , name of last incumbent - M iles Benedict from the M assachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, M a ss., on June 2, wtth a bache­ lor of science in art and de­ sign degree (BSAD) from the De­ partment of Architecture. H e at- tended public schools In Beth- page, L .L , Brooksvlile, F la ., and was graduated from Beaver River Central School in 1968, as a member of tbe National Honor Society with top honors Including the Bauscb and Lomb Science A - ward, Balfour Award, N.Y. Re­ gents Scholarship and a Pratt Northam Foundation Scholarship. Future plans include a film -m a k ­ ing ca r e e r in Boston and e lse­ where. M i s s D u f l o C h u r c h B r i d e M iss Janet M. DuFlo, daugh­ ter of M r. and M rs. James L. DuFlo. Lowville became the brtde of John W . Easter, son of M rs. Elizabeth M. E a s ter, Syracuse, and the late Leroy Easter, Sa­ turday, June 3, at noon In St. P e ter's Church, Lowvtlle. The nuptial mass was celebrated wtth Father Bernard Kellogg officiat­ ing and Father James Meehan, Alexandria Bay, concelebranL Soloist was Frederick Lutz, friend of the blrde. The altar was decorated with bouquets of pink gladioluses and lavender mums. Given ln m a rriage by her fat- HOn o r GRAD - Peter D . Ro- her, the brtde w o re a gown of berta, son of Mr. and M rs. Hol- white satin organza and Guipure Roberts, Campbell Street, la c e , interwoven- with soft pink Lowvtlle, was graduated with satin ribbon at the waist and honors from Delhi State U n iver- skirt. A belted look c f lace trim , aRy ^ Masonry on Sunday, June gave a natural waistline effect. 4. b . Klare Som m ers, Dean o f Term - 5 incumbent - years name of last David Martnon for at least four hours, said A s ­ sessors w ill meet at the Town Hail ln said Town to hear and examine all complaints in rela­ tion to such assessments on the application o f any person believ­ ing him self aggrieved thereby. Dated this 1st day o l June, 1972. Dated June I , 1972, JAMES LINCK A s s e s s o r s 42 - l- c NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF TENTATIVE ASSESSMENT ROLL (Pursuant to sections 506 and 1526 of the Real Property Tax L aw ) HEARING O F COMPLAINTS Notice ts hereby given that the A s s e s s o r (s) of ihe Town of RICHARD GRAVES Chairman SHERRILL FOOTE RAYMOND WALKER A ssessors. 42-I-c STATE OF NEW YORK SUPREME COURT COUNTY OF LEWS NOTICE O F SAXE Index No. 10767 Dated this 1st d s y o f June, 1972. GAYLAND WALSEMAN, Chairman REUBEN B. FARNEY ELM E R SMITH A s s e s s o r s 42-1-c NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF TENTATIVE ASSESSMENT ROLL (Pursuant to sections 60$ and 1526 o f the Real Property Tax Law) HEARING OF COMPLAINTS equipment. AND NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN that the voters w ill be asked to approve the purchase of 3 school buses and expand therefor a g ross sum not exceeding 238,000.00, aa follows: 1 school bus a f a cost not exceeding $14,000,00 1 school bus at a cost not exceeding $14,000.00 I school bus at a cost not exceeding $10,000.00 and that there shall ta? ap­ plied to the purchase any trade- in allowance to b e received tor Term - 5 years, name of last incumbent - Kenneth Sliter Term 2 years, name of last incumbent - Erwin Wendt Each vacancy i s a separate o f­ fice and a separate petition is required tQ nominate a candidate to each separate office. Each petition must he directed to the C lerk o f the D istrict, must be signed by a t least twenty-five qualified voters o f the d istrict, must state the name and resid ­ ence of the candidate, and must describe the specific vacancy for which the candidate is nominated, including a t least the tengthofthe term of offtce and the name of the last incumbent. And notice is also given thai the fbllowlng propositions w ill be presented fo r vote: (1) RESOLVED: That the Board of Education of Central Scbooi D istrict No. 1, Towns of Mar­ tins b u rg, G r e ig, Turin, Watson, Highmarket, Leyden, O sceola, West Turin, and Lyonsdale, Lewis County, from July 1, 1972, to Jane 30, 1973, to conduct Spe­ cial c la s s e s , (2) RESOLVED: That the Board of Education of South Lewis Cen­ tral Schools shall enter into a MARINE MIDLAND TRUST COMPANY O F THE MOHAWK Pinckney, County oi Lew is, have V A L L E y ROME, NEW YORK, completed the tentative ussess- p u ln tlff * Ig t ln s t HAROLD A. ment ro ll fo r the current year SDL l i v a n and ANNA M. SU L - snd that a copy has been left > jv a n MASSEY - FERGUSON, wtth Vivian Hubberd at Copen- , jj C .fuE CUTLER CO., d/b/a/ hagen, N .Y ., where It may be y j j j ’ wiRTHMORE STORES, seen and examined b y any In- LOWVTLLE OIL CO ., INC., WID- tereatcd peson until the third r i c k & SONS, INC.. LEWIS Tuesday in June. ------- The A s s e s s o r (a) will be In attendance with Ihe tentative as­ sessm ent r o ll on June 9 and June 12 between the hours of I p.m. and 5 p .m ., and on June 14th SALES. INC., Defendants. tetween tee to u r s of lp . m . and Pursuant to a Judgment oi J!rm’ 7 R*™’ * J,d 3 R-m« Foreclosure and Sale,duly grant- ? AJ,?es3 S l .Er ed herein, and entered In the O f- view wlU meet o n June 20th bet- „ & u ^ c i e r k of Lewts County, weso tb e hours o f 2 p.m. and 4 York, May 30, 1972, I E r - nest J . Wolfe, the Referee there­ in named, w ill s e ll s t public auc­ tion on the step* o f the Lewis County Court House In the> V illage of Lowvtlle, Countyof Lewis,New York on June 30, 1972, at 10:00 p,m« and the hours of 7 p.m . and 9 ivm . at Town Had! B a n e s C o m e m n . y . in said town, to hear and examine all complain is to relation t o assessm ents on the application o f any person believ­ ing him self to be aggrieved. Dated this 30 day of M ay, 1972, VTVTEAN HUBBARD CLIFFORD O. RAMSEY HENRY A. ZEHR A ssessors 4 2 - t - c n o t i c e \ N otice Is hereby given that the A s s e s s o r s o f the Town ol Lyons- d a le. County o f Lewis, have com­ pleted their assessm ent roll for the current yean; that a copy thereof has been left with the Town C lerk, where tt may b e seen and examined by any person in­ terested therein until the third Tuesday of June next and that co such day between the hours of 2-4 p.m . and 7-9 pirn, far a total of at least four hours, satd A s s e s s o r* will meet at the Town HaU, Port Leyden, In the same town to hear and examine *11 complaints In relation t o eald asaessm ents on the application©! any persons believinghlm selfag- grieved thereby. Dated this 1st day of June, 1872 C L IE FORD REESE, FREDERICK ROCKER, SIDNEY' MASHAW, A s s e s s o rs. 42-I-c Notice is hereby given that the A s s e s s o r s ) of the Town of Ley­ den, County of L e w is, Bave com­ pleted the tentative assessm ent ro ll tor the current year and that a copy has been left with «U the assessors at their home, where lt m ay b e seen and exa­ mined by any interested person until the third Tuesday In June, The A s s e s s o r!*) w ill b e In attendance with the tentative as­ sessm ent r o ll on June 12 and June 14 between the hours o f I P.M. and 5 P.M ., and cm June 13 between tbe hours of 1 P.M. and 3 P.M ., and 7 P.M. and 9 P.M. The Board o f Assessm ent Re­ view w ill m eet on June 29 bet­ ween the hours of 1 P.M. and 3 P.M. and the hours o f 7 P.M. and 9 P.M . a t town bam T a l- cottvtHe in said town, to hear and examine all complaints In re­ lation to assessm ents on the ap­ plication o f any person believing him self to b e aggrieved. S ^ l t e n t e t t j ^ : Dated this 1st day o f June, 1972. ment a s follows: transportation contract to tran- ui allowance 10 w port students to the Occupational a bus (or buses) now owned by £ 1 , „« h e r with the School D istrict, and, that the aforesaid total sum of $38,000.00 l or so much thereof as m ay be necessary, shall be raised by tax on taxable property of the School a l Services for the I972-73schooI D istrict to be collected to erne installment and included tn the 1973-1974 School Budget HAZEL J . BUSH Clerk of the D istrict COUNTY TRUST CO., LOW­ VILLE FEED & GRAIN CO., LOWVILLE FARMERS CO­ OPERATIVE, INC., AND CEN­ TRAL NEW YORK LIVESTOCK Dated: May 1st, 1972. EDGARS.K. MERRELL 2ND, D istrict Clerk, Central School D istrict No. { of the Town o f Lowvtlle, Denmark, Martlnsburg, H arrisburg, Montague, Watson, Pinckney, Turin, New Brem en and G r e ig, Lew is County. 39-4-c WWMWW*NMMM«MMM«NM h W NOTICE OF MEETING NOTICE JS HERBY GIVEN, that the Annual Meeting of the inhabi* bunts o f Central School D istrict No. 1, Towns o f New Bremen, Croghan and Watson, Lewis County, State of New York quali- Dated: May 15, 1972 39-4-C Being approximately 450 a c r e s of farm land located in the Town of Harrisburg, County o f Lew is, State of New Y'ork, commonly known as toe Sullivan Farm, Being the same prem ises con­ veyed to Harold A. Sullivan and Anna M. Sullivan by Frederick E. Butts awl Act* L. Butts by Warranty Deed dated July 1#, 1960 and recorded t* the office of toe County Clerk o f Lewta ALEX RILEY EDWARD KRAEGER RALPH SALMON A s s e s s o r s 42-1-c LEG A L NOTICE Tbe tax roll and warrant for the collection of taxes o f the Village of Lowville, New York, have been left with the under- ^ ______ „ signed for tte collection of taxes County, n”y , 7 c n T j u I y l g f m O for the present year and that I in Book of Deeds 260 at page, w ill r e c e ive payment of t t e sam e And being the same prem ises conveyed to Harold A. Sullivan and Anna S u llivan by Clifford Ro­ binson by W irranty deed dated at the Municipal O ffice, State Street to said V illage from June to said district w ill be held tn the auditorium of the Beaver River Central School to the ham­ let o f Beaver F a lls, New York 00 the second Tuesday ta (June IS, 1972) a t 7:30 p.m . EJ>.T, for the purpose o f adopting the budget for the school year 1972-73'and electing one trustee to succeed Duane S treeter; to voteon renting two rooms to the Lewis County Board o f Cooperative Education­ a l Services for two special clas­ ses tor one year; to vote to enter tnto contract to transport students to t t e Occupational Center either with d istrict owned vehicles or 1 1070 tn arw) q-fm a m in t M f l privately owned vehicles; and to . rjiowtwn,nowlton, 'u o/2; s ; nuwtBowell . p’m. and M 5 p.m . “ Terrllllon, h 1/2; P ierce -Tay. blnson by W arranty deed dated p.m. to o p,m . m, y come b e fore toe annual m eet- ,or 42 j/ 2; McLane . Ander- Oecember 14, 1961 Md record- ® “ j™,* *\*• son, 41; Thomas - Burkhard, ed in the Lew is County C lerk’s during which period taxes may fjo x iC E IS FURTHER GIVEN ln 41 1/2- Knleh* » Bum s 39 f/2* O ffice o n Decem ber 29, 1961 in be paid without additional charge. * . r V \ 1 ’ LiV 41 1 / Z . Knign* - u u m s , _ 3 9 i/Z, Book o f Deeds 268 at p*ge 298. ERNEST J. WOLFE, JR. R e feree, Dated: May 30, m z MOORE A DURIL ES0S. Durr & Keina, E s q s , of counsel May 26, 1972. Attorney* fo r the Plaintiff Office and Post Office Address 712 F lrai National Bank Building Utica, New Y’ork 13501, 42-4-c That on aU taxes remaining un­ paid after July I, 1972, five per cent (5%) will be added for the first month and an additional one- half o f one percentum (I/2T ) for each month o r fraction there­ after until paid. HAROLD F . WOOLSHLAGER Treasu r e r Village of Lowvtlle 41-Z-c accordance with Section 1716 of Chapter 801 of the Laws of 1953, that a copy o f the budget may be obtained by any taxpayer in the district at the schoolhouse to Bea­ v e r F a lls between tile hours of 9:00 a.m , and 3:30 p.m. each day beginning June 6, 1072, except Saturday and Sunday, NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, to accordance with subdivision 2 of Section 2004 of Chapter 801 of toe Law* of lOSS^that peti­ tions nominating candidates for n u p t i a l s - M r. and M rs. F rank E. D a vts, Croghan, have announ­ ced the engagement of their dau­ ghter, Katherine Ann, to Rtck R. Streeter, son of M r. and M rs. Ralph Streeter, Beaver F a lls. M iss D a v is, a 1971 graduate of Beaver River Central School and a 1972 graduate of B.O.C.E.S. Practical Nursing cla s s , is em ­ ployed a t Greystone Manor, M ar- tlnsburg. M r. Streeter is a 1971 gradu­ ate of Beaver River Central School and B.O.C.E.S. Heating and Refrigeration class. He i s em ­ ployed at Patton Plumbing and Heating, Crogan. A September 30 wedding is planned B r a n t i n g t o n G o l f MONDAY MORNING LADIES LEAGUE J . Terrtllton - A T e a l, 31 1/2; J. Donaldson - V . Bandycb, 2 0 1/2; P, Houck - S. Sweeney, 18 1/2; D. HID - G. Mandevtlle, J r ., 15 1/2; J . Lon i s - E . O’Hara, 14; J. Rhone - M . Swanson, 14; J. Beck - H. Cataldo, 10 1/2; H. Plato - M, Burdick, 5 1/2. TUESDAY NIGHT LADIES LEAGUE P . Burkhard - S . B o liver, 19; J. TerriUXon - A. T e a l, 18; M. Eaton - G. Mandevlll#, 17 1/2; J. Beck » F . Gaylord, 17; S . Ling . R. Badura, 15 1/2; E , O’H a r a - J. Lonls, 15; M . Swanson, - D. m il, 14 1/2; R. Salmon - H. Plato, 13 1/2; A, Bradish - H. Cataldo, 10; M. Mantle - M. O’Connor, 10. WEDNESDAY NIGHT MEN’S GOLF LEAGUE D. Bush - B, Yousey, 64 1 / 2 ; S. Bosh - C . Bash, 53; Buck­ ingham - Jenack, 52; Lombert K 43 1 H PLAN NUPTIALS - M r. andM rs. Tony Makuch, Lowvtlle RJJ. 2, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Dawn M a tte, to Frederick E . Brown, son of M r. and M rs. Earl Brown,Turin. Not date has been se t for the Foster - Woolshlager, 34 l/2; Grimmer • K losle, 33; Mark- tem » Fay, 27 1/2. MONDAY NIGHT BEAVERITE MEN’S GOLF LEAGUE McNeil - Robinson, IS 1/2; Bush - Wright, 18; Townsend E . Colder), 161/2; Martin - G r im - Masonic Temple. Dinner wtil be 16 1/2; Hadlow, Lomber, 5»rv«! nt C:39 p.m.. preceding the wvimi iwminaunp candidates for tbe office o f member of tbe Board Strife* 10 1 f t . } mer, 16; Fitzgerald - Knapp, 15; Bergman - Burnham, 15; Knowl- ton - Foster, 12 1/2; Brooks - Carpenter, H I/Z; D. Gold-n . Academic A ffairs, gave the ad­ d ress at the 55th annual com­ mencement to F a r rell Hall. P r e s i d e n t ’ s S c h o l a r Miss Debbie J. W illiam s, dau­ ghter of M r. and M rs. Robert J. The full short sleeve was cuffed at elbow length, and the fold- over lace collar gave a Mandarin effect. The skirt and attached train was bordered with rib­ bon-trimmed lace, A Camelot cap o f matching lace and ribbon held the finger - tipped illusion veil. She carried a cascade of white roses and atephanotis with a center of pink rosea. _ ___ ______ ___ Matron of honor waa M rs. M ary w d tiam s , 5532 Trinity Avenue, Bush Thoresen, Rochester, friend Lowvtlle, has been named a of the brtde. She wore a gown president’s scholar at St. Law- wtth a white lace bodice, with rence University, pink interwoven ribbon above the Mias William s win be among slightly gathered pink skirt, goo freshmen entering St. Law - Short pulled sleeves and a fitted rence this fall. She ts one o f waistband accented the design. A 25 in tbe cla s s designated as a soft pink picture hat completed president’ s scholar which entitles her outfit. She carried a nose- ber to various privileges by the gay of pink and white daisies, university. She may select her Maiden of Honor was Patricia own academic program during the Jayne DuFto, s iste r of the b ride, first two y e a rs to Heu o f the unl- Brides maids w e re Mtss Diane veralty’ s regular distribution r e - M. Forget, Cohoes, and M iss quirements. Kathleen M. Fogarty, Platts- in addition, St. Lawrence a s - burgh. They were attired t - sures scholars that their finan- dentically to the Maiden of Honor, clal need wtil be met by the uni- and c a rried pink and lavender d a l- verstty during their four-year sle s . college c a r e e r . T h is spring, she Best Man was Larry D w y e r, also was Invited to St. Lawrence Black R iver, and Head Usher was to participate to a special week- Robert M, E a s ter, brother of the end of events for scholars, groom. Ushers were James O. M iss W illiams wtil graduate Walts, Newport News, V s ., and thts month from Lowvtlle Acad- David J . DuFlo, Rochester, brot- (my and Central School. She Is her of the b rtde. a member of tbe National Honor A wedding luncheon followed Society, oo the s t a ff o f the school toe ceremony at the Partridge newspaper, president of the s t u - B e r r y Inn, S l i c k R iver R a id, The deat governmenfcp wiener ot the couple is honeymooning to Ocbo Baush 4 Lomb Science Award, Rios, Jam aica. F o r traveling, and a National M erit Scholar- toe bride chose a beige alack- ship recipient, suit, with a suede-trimmed b e lt- M iss W illiam s has tentatively ed Jacket, matching suede a c - selected to m ajor to b iology a tSt. cessortes, and a green orchid Lawrence, corsage. M rs. Easter is a 1968 gradu­ ate of LowvUle Academy and Cen­ tral Scbooi and to presently a senior at the Albany Collage o f Pharmacy, Albany, New York. M r, E a s ter to a 1964 graduate of Indian R iver Central School, aad a 1966 graduate of Jefferson Community College, He received a BS degree In F ire Protection from toe University of Maryland,* College of Engineering in 1969. He is the Superintendent of Audit at Insurance Services O ffice. 614 James Street, Syracuse, aha is a member of t t e Army Reserves. The couple wtu reside to Syra­ cuse. J.C.C. GRAD - Christine Lyng, daughter of Bruce Lyng, Laura Street Lyons F a lls, and M rs. Patricia Lyng, Boatwlck Street, Lowville, w ill graudate with a two-year liberal art* degree from Jelferson Community Col- iege, Watertown, on June 15. She is presently employed tn the lab­ oratory at Kraft Foods. LowviUe. O . E S . D e p u t y The home coming of District Deputy Grand MatronEvelyn C a r ­ penter, Jefferson D istrict, O.E.S., will be June 16 at the k a i o p „ n . R e s e r v a t i o n s for th e dinner s h o u l d b e tn, b y June 9. it wilt be an open meeting and the public Jn welcome. D . M i h a l y i G e l s D e g r e e Davtd R. Mlhalyl, son o f M r. and M rs. Richard Mlhalyl, Eu­ gene Street, LowvUle, received his bachelor of science degree tn political science a t the 85th com­ mencement of the State Univer­ sity College, New Paltz, on Sun­ day, May 28. The Degree Cnm Laude was awarded to him for a scholastic average of 3.4 for four years o f college courses. During his four years, he served oo various campus com­ m ittees: Campus Judicial Court, Curriculum , Academic Standards Committee, Four man student board to study racial problems to his academic institution, stu­ dent coordinator o f a 15-credit course called: The Law, The Le­ gal Profession and Social Jus­ tice, assisted D r. Alan Charlock in teaching a course called Sub­ stantive Politics, served a s president assistant for two y e a rs at Capen Hall and worked as a meal manager for Hasbrocke Dining Hall. L A C S S t u d e n t I n C o n t e s t M iss Julie MarceXius, an eighth grade student at LowvUle Acad­ emy and Central School, repre­ sented Lewis County tn the 1972 Herald - Journal - Am erican Spelling B e e held on April 29 ai C lary Junior High School in Syracuse, Julie, 14, is thedaughterof Mr. and M rs, Philip M arcelius of Lowville RJ>. 3. She was chosen on toe basts o f spelling ability, interest to toe Syracuse bee, and participation to last year'* pre­ lim inary contest for tte Lew is County F a ir Competition, Twenty-five Central New York Counties were eligible to send students from kindergarten through grade eight to take part in written and oral examinations. First place was a week long trip to Washington, D.C, for the Na­ tional Spelling Bee to June, Although M iss M arcelius did not place among the finalists, she considers her experience worth­ while and enjoyable. 2 5 t h Y e a r O f O r d i n a t i o n The parishioners of S L Mary’s Church, ConstablevUle, are com­ pleting plans fo honor toeir pas­ tor, Rev. Robert L. Cotter, who w ill observe the 25 th anniversary of his ordination to toe priest­ hood the week of June 12. Tentative plans caU for a S il­ ver Jubilee M ass o f ^Thanksgiving on Monday evening, June 12, at 7 p.m ., a t SL M ary’s Church, with F r . Cotter’s twin brother, Rev. Lawrence E . C o tter o f W'adhams Hall, Ogdensburg, and M s brother. Rev. Chas. B. Cotter, pastor of Holy Angels Church, Altoona, concelebrattog. Area priests will also participate. FoUowtog the Jubilee M a ss, a public reception w ill be held at St, Mary’ s Churcn R a il, and tvaryooe i s invited to attend both events. S L M ary’s Church choir o f 2S Toung people w ill stogat toe M ass. Tbe Trustees of the Church, Altar-R o sary Society and Mem­ bers o f the Parish Council are to charge o f a rrangem ents. Rev. F r . Cotter was ordained to the old SL Mary'# Cathedral, Ogdensburg, June 14,1947, by the Most R e v . Bryan J. McEategart, DJD., then Bishop of Ogdensburg. f

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