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The journal and Republican. (Lowville, N.Y.) 1929-current, November 29, 1972, Image 11

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.* m t a * *• •a* «1* ai* -fr X T y m r M m * u m m tout to w n oMj tton'c ■, food c to a ^ p (to t lee* tfcU 80% o f t t t a S titt COT. .« • * W t t n t u e i . M JM to t o m why, c a l l us t V o la-C to c k - o a r •■ t o t o d o r i e s to r M T l s w to r a s M iH a t c y of y o u r h e m s . ' • m t o H ia m n u c s . C a ll today. JOHN 0. MOIRE AND SON I n s u r a n t ! * 376-6315 LawvHIa Garrett8 50 Years Married Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E . Gar. re tt. w in celebrate th e ir 60th wedding an n iversary Saturday D ecem b er 9. with an open house a t the D eer R iv e r Stonehall front 2 to 5 p.m ., given by th e ir child­ ren. M r. G a rrett of M a b e rly, On­ tario , and the form er Cozette Barnum of Carthage w ere m ar­ ried Decem ber 6, 1922, by Rev. H .C . Cooper of the F irs t Bap ­ tist Church. M rs. H .C. Cooper and George G a rre tt, brother of GENUINE AUTO PARTS ■ a l l i t r a a t , N a r t h S t a t * S t r a i t , • • • ■ v i l la * \ ' * L a w v l l l a r « carry a complete line of products lor your car, truck, tractor, snowmobile aad industrial equipment. M m « • carry a C M fM * l i e o f S .K . t a i l s w lic k v h M aaka aa u e s l l e i t C k r is t a a s g ift. Genuine Auto Parts Corp. the bridegroom , w e re attendants. Follow ing th e ir wedding they left fo r Toronto, Canada w h ere M r. G a rre tt enrolled tn the M o lar Barb e r C o lleg e . On M ay 1, 1923, they moved toCroghan, where M r. G a rrett was engaged as a barber working tn the shop of Austin M a rtin . In 1943, they moved to their present hom e. E a t e r , M r. G a r­ re tt was employed by Carthage M achine, In c ., C arthage, where he worked until he retired tn 1983. They have th ree ch ild ren, M rs. W a rren (Je s s ie ) Gam ble, D e e r R tve r, and Thom as and Fra n c is, C a rthage, seven grandchildren and th ree great-grandchildren, a ll of C a rthage. Do You Want LOWER COST INSURANCE ? ROBERT BOSHART ‘•'GO WOOD! .AWN AVL :.r»;vvn u . x.v. G l e n f ie ld - G r e i g N e w s N o t e s 1011 N il I RE P i l l IC A R , t f W V I ll E , R E V Y M K I f V E IR E S S A T , H I V E i l E I 2 1 . 1172 1 9 M R S . M A B E L BKADOHF Correspondent G L E N H E L D - G H E IG - M r. and M rs. Robert Watson are re jo ic­ ing over the b irth of their ftrst ch ild , a son, M ichael C h a rles, weighing 7 lb s . 14 oz., on Nov. 15 at Lew is County G e n e ral Hos­ p ital. M r. and M rs . Thomas Oren­ d o rff returned home Saturday a f­ ter spending a week in Flo rid a . They accom panied T illle Dekin who plans to spend the winter there. M rs. E.D . (M a rg e ) Burdick r e ­ turned home F rtday from M ercy H o spital, W atertow n, where she was a patient for observation and treatment, M rs. EliLn e C stzm a r ls a su r­ gical patient ln House of the Good Sam aritan, 'W atertow n . Paul Aszm u s, Thornwood, spent se v e ra l days last week ln town. The 3-G A u x iliary w ill m eet Wedne. day evening at the Glen­ fleld F ire H a ll at 7:30 p.m. Glenfleld - G arden Club w ill meet W ednesday evening, D e c. 6, at 8 p.ira. at the home of Je n ­ nie Roseboom. M a rjo rie W antz w ill be co-hostess. M em bers are asked to b rin g a 51 gift to exchange and a C h ristm a s a r ­ rangem ent Electio n of o fficers w ill take |l;iee. The A merican Cancer Society, Lewis C o u n ty U n it Grate f u l l y Accepts M e m o r ia l G ifts B y Telephone 5 7 6 -2 2 6 2 O r B y M a il. Acknowledgem e n t Is Sent To The Bereaved Fa m ily. KIN D L Y PHONE OR M A IL YOUR G IF T TO : M R S . C A R L R O W L E Y 7762 NORTH S T A T E S T R E E T , L O W V IL L E , N .Y . 1336*7 Turin Area News Rriefs MR S . M ARY W . l.Efc ? Correspondent TURIN - Rev. and Mrs, Char­ les S. Austin of Turin have an­ nounced the engagement of thetr daughter, Betty Jo Austin, to Ro­ bert B„ Ogden, Jr., son of Mr, and Mrs. Robert B. Ogden *of Canandaigua. Miss Austin, a 1969 graduate of South Lewis Central School, is presently studying music at H6ughton Co!- Ogden was graduated M A K E R E G U L A R W E E K L Y C L U B P A Y M E N T S F O R O N L Y 4 9 W E E K S - R E C E IV E C H R IS T M A S C L U B C H E C K F O R F U L L 5 0 W E E K S P A Y M E N T T h e N IC E S T w a y t o s a v e ! G e t s t a r t e d n o w a t V f v e N A T I O N A L B A N K O F N O R T H E R N N E W Y O R K Tc.-* cH-n to yc J m Wsr-rTC i Atfami Center 0 CL.vt: 0 Crc?:. •> 0 t •• \.-it ' 0 from Canandaigua Academ y in 1970 and ls also a student at Houghton C o lleg e m ajoring in physical education. No date has been set lax the wedding. M iss Linda Paezkow sld, dau­ ghter o f M r , and M rs. Stanley Paczkcrwski, returned home from Keuka College on Frid a y , Nov. 17, to spend the holidays with her fam ily. M rs. C ia r a W ard left on W ednesday, Nov. 22, to spend the winter In tlio n . H e r address w tll be 23 C lark P la c e , flion, N .Y. 13357. Grace Newton, 44, Expires M rs. G race Newton, 44, w ife of George Newton, Fa y e tte v ille , a form e r re s id e n tb f Brantingham Lake, died Nov. 20 in S t. Jo s ­ eph's H o sp ital, Syracu s e , w b ere she had keen a patient several weeks* She was; born in U tica, Ju n e 18, 1928, daughter of the late C h e ster and K a therine Greene LaBu z . She was a m em ber o f T rin ity Episcopal C h u rch . Besides her husband, M rs. Newton U s u rvived by h e r m other, M rs, Katherine G reene LaBu z , Oneonta; tw o sons, George New­ ton, 3 t . , and Andrew , both of 1 F a y e tte v tlle ; a daughter, R ebecca Newton, Oakland, C a lif.; a broth­ e r , C h e s ter LaB u z , T u lsa, O k la., two s is te rs , M rs. M a ry Ann P a rk e r, A lbany, and M iss Kath­ erine LaBu z , Rom e. The fun e ra l was Nov. 24 at the V lrk le r Fu n e ral H o m e .Rev. Ladd K . H a r r is , rector o f T rin ity E p is ­ copal C h u rch, o fficiatin g . B u r ia l was Ln Brantingham C e m e tery, New F o r a g e B o x :B ig & B u g g e d S te e l-F le x fra m e Badger’s new high capacity Forage Boxes and big 54-inch Forage Blower are engi­ neered for extra years ot de­ pendable service. Banger is built to last longer than any other leading Forage Box. It has a rugged ail steel frame, and the ply wood floor and side walls won’t warp or buckle Cuppeo paddles on the 54- tnch Forage Biower and a lojvered air vent mean more \ta'cwpower per horsepower See you? Badger dealer for nore details. LOUCKS DAYAN STREET LOWVILLE 376-6383 or 3 76-2570 B o l d I d e a s F i t B i l P I Y 7 bat W ork f R u p a r t ’S r 4 T H U R S D A Y - F R ID A Y - S A T U R D A Y - M O N D A Y F R E E (UTTER BASTED T U R K E Y THESIS ABE THE FINEST BUTTER BASTED HEN TURKEYS AVERAGE WEIGHT 121BSI W IT H THE P U R C H A S E O F A 19 7 2 F r ig id a ire ! REFRIGERATOR. FREEZER, LAUNORY PAIR OR ELECTRIC RANG 1 . s p d m a l p m c e s W A T w o n e v i . rn M P L E T E SELECTIO N OF 1973M O DELS! * V°JLD. ^ . “ I ^ l u ^ E ^ A S T S D T U R K E Y l Frigidaire BIG 15.2 Cu.Ft. FROST-PROOF REFRIGERATOR *333 FREE TURKEY! • 1C3*i FROST PROOF • 810 166-L9 TOP FREEZER • I S &STAIMPRQQF iwrcmoR u n er • 9E PARATE REFRIGERATOR A*iO FREEZER CONTROLS • PATENTED POST LOOP CONDENSEB • TVlv'i TJ POBCEUUN HYORATORS • M^*dYOSLUXI FEATURESl K A T lO V W lO c PR O T E C T !5319 PUk-H -| I -ye»»w »a«ty t-a rees#o * emt J a-vwnt. pveiier w ciet* peri yxl j| F r ig id a ir e L A U N D R Y P A IR 1981 dr® s168 W A SHER FREE TURKEY W1TF THE PA1RI • RJU.V AUTOMATIC • WASHES 16-POUNDS • SOAK CYCLE • DETERGENT DISPENSE!* • 4 POSITION WATER TEMPERATURE SELECTOR I B 18* POUND CAPACITY • SAFETY START BUTTON • CYCLE END S1QYAL • PERMANENT PHESS SETTIKQ • SAFETY OGORULTCH • 2-TEMPERATURE SELECTION Frigidaire 30' WJ CLEANING ELECTRIC RANGE * 3 2 8 FR E E TURKEY • BAOIAWXIBE BURNERS • cooKVAsirn oven CONTROL 4 AUTOMATIC APPLIANCE outlet • AU. PORCELAIN CONSTRUCTION • fU ll WR3TH STORAGE ORAW1R L o w v i i i e F a r m e r ’s G o - o p . I n c . Sharty Avenui Uwvillt

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