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ASC Ballots Due Dec, 1 CtolrmM Claud* BartJoof «>» ij**rt»C«intjr ASC Committee r e • • M M fxrmerx today that ballots y * h**\ bw UM to all ellgtblf Wt*W in the county. Those who W t turners o r rural landowners Md did not receive their ballots Of November 20, should get In • * » with the County ASC office, hundred m d thirty fa r . •Jtrw voted tn last year's ASC •lection. Chairman Bardo satd that tt Is Im portant fo r a i l farm e rs and ru- ra l landowners to vote tn thts year's ASC election. The elected men w ill represent them on the community com m ittee in thetr area. T h ree com m itteem en and two alternates w ill be elected to r one-year term s ln each com­ m u nity. The person receiving the most votes tn each commimtty w tll be com m ittee chairm an. C an­ didates who a re second and third in num bers of votes wlU be de­ clared vice chairman and regular member respectively. Chairm an Bardo ta also re- minding farm e rs that they have until Frid a y , Decem b er 1, to vote tn the ASC election. If thetr ballot ts postm arked Decem ber 1 o r returned to the ASC office by Decem ber 1, It w ill be count­ ed. The voted ballots w tll be count­ ed at a public m eeting on Mon­ day, Decem ber 4, at 10:30 a.m . at the ASC o ffice , Low vU le. Croghan Area News Briefs M R S. H A R O LD D E L A P O R T E Correspondent CROGHAN - D r . and M rs. Richard S trtfe , H a rrisbu rg, V s ., both m em bers o f the staff o f Madi­ son CoUege, spent the Thanks­ giving holidays w ith hts parents, M r, and M rs. Woodrow S trtfe . M rs, Robert T . (Ire n e ) K e lly observed her 86th birthday at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, M r. and M rs. Woodrow $ * % * £ M i l d r e d ’s , I n c . STATE STREET LOWVILLE \ T h e F a s h i o n C e n t e r o f t h e N o r t h ” OPEN EVENINGS STARTING DEC. 11 UNTIL 9 p.m. DEC. 23 Arnv Skirts K i c k » Arrow Sweaters B o b b i e B r o o k s S k i r t s - S t o c k s V e s t s W h i t e B e a r f s t l t s i M i s t s P a s t s C s s t i M l C s a t s B o b b i e B r o o k s Blazers Costume Jew e lry For all occasions A s p e n fTsrttoetek Svoiters Many colors B r a s & B i r d ie s by Warmr’t-fisssari ■EEKER HANDBAGS Dresses by Bobble Brooks Berkshire Hobbnobber Kolodney & L i s a n n e Short or long Rohes A Gowns G l e n g a r r y 3 pc* Antrou Nylon Suits Machine washable C a r t e r s sizes 2-4 Toddlers fo r boys 4 girls sizes 5-6x fo r girls , ^ L o n g S k i r t s B o d y S u i t s S trife , wtth whom she resides. M r. and M rs. W illiam Sch­ neider, M r , and M rs. Em erson Schneider, M r. and M rs. Ralph Schneider, Croghan, and M r. and M rs. Douglas Schneider, Low ­ vU le, attended the wedding of their grandson and nephew, G a ry Sch­ neider, son of M r. and M rs. Bra- ton S chneider, Low vllle,'w h o was m arried to Sharon Sm a rt, Platts- burg, held Saturday, Nov. 18, at Saint Peters Church, Plattsburg, a t 12 noon. A reception was held at Bro th e rs F iv e , Beekman- town. M iss Helen Ph illip s has re­ turned to her home In Brooklyn after spending the past week here as a guest of M r. and M rs. C raig M a rtin. D r. Edw ard K . Lehm an of W ashington, D .C ., spent the Thanksgiving holiday wtth his parents, M r.’and M rs. Jacob Leh­ man. He was accompanied home be a friend , M r. David Harsh- b e rg e r, J r . , from Pennsylvania. W inners of the p rizes given a- way at the C h ristm a s Bazaar sponsored by the Home-School A ssociation held recently tnSatnt Stephen's Church HaU are M rs. Augustus Tabott, crew e l em broi­ dered p icture of S t. Stephen’s Church In a fram e; M rs. Ralph M a rU Iey, two flo ral crew e l em­ broidered fram ed pictures; David M cDonald, Adam s, large white Bib le ; M rs . D o lores Ashllne, a larg e white B ib le ; M rs. Jim (M a ry) K e rfie n , $25 bond; Jerom e Peters, afghgao; Bernard M a rtin, waffle Iro n ; M rs. Beatrice Klos­ ter, ladles watch; Kathleen Sch- ack, Carthage, set of statnless steel bow ls; N ile s S trife , French perfum e; M rs. A lbert g ln tz, Everread y flashlight; M rs.H u a n e S trife , W atertow n , h a ir cutting set; D avid M e tster, Carthage, basebaU glove; fra Z e h r. p a ir of Town and Country re-capsnow tire s . A fam ily dinner was held at the home of M rs. M e rlin Thomas on Thanksgiving D a y . Among those present w e re M rs. Jam es D. (A lic e ) Z e h r, 84, mother of M rs. Thom as, and M rs. Mabel Thomas Vlgeant, Carthage, who observed her 85th birthday Thanksgiving D a y . Fa th e r Robert M oore of North Haven, L . I . , spent the past week here visitin g his brother, Fath e r Anthony M o o re, O .F .M ., at St. Stephen’ s F r t a r y . Cynthia Fa rn e y , daughter of M r. and M rs, Douglas Farn e y , San Diego, C a lif,, a sophomore at D avid Lipscom b C o llege, N a s h v ille, Tetrn., a rrived by plane at S y racu s e A irport on Wednesday to spend the Thanksgiving holi­ days with her grandm other, M rs. Ju liu s Fa rn e y , Croghan, and her uncle and aunt, M r. and M rs. Rtchard Fa rn e y , W atertow n. S h e ts the daughter of M r. and M rs. Douglas Fa rn e y , S a o D leg o ,C a lif. M r, and. M rs . Richard D e i.a- Po rte andfam tiy of M assena spent the Thanksgiving holidays with M r . D e L a P o rte 's parents, M r. and M rs. H arold D e L a P o rte. Ja y M a rtin , son o f M r.a n d M rs. Austin M a rtin , G e o rgeStreet.has been a patient at Lew is County G e n e ral H o spital where he under­ went s u rg e ry during thepastw eek fo r the rem o val of an Infected toenail. M rs . C a rl F ro s t, B lack R iv e r, spent the Thanksgiving holidays a s guest of M r. and M rs. Frank W lsn e r and h e r nephew, A rthur K o h ler. M rs. W lsn e r Is the fo r­ m er M abel K o h ler, The Croghan F ire Departm ent was ca lle d to a fire at the home o f Floyd Branagan on the Sw iss Road, Croghan, wmcn com p letely destroyed thetr home a t 3:30 a.m . on Wednesday, Robert P u rce ll, S r ., who has been a patient at Lewts County General H o sp ital' returned to his home on the Croghan • Indian R ive r Road Sunday afternoon. M r. and M rs . Jam e s Spencer and fam ily of Raym o n d vllle were last weekend guests of bis m o ther, M rs. G erald Spencer. Due to w inter weather condi­ tions the b a rre ls which have been placed tn Croghan and Beaver F a lls fo r the depositing o f clean glass bottles w lU be picked up this weekend to be put In sto r­ age until next A p rtl o r M ay. The public ts asked not to leave bottles In these areas after the b a rrels have been rem oved. T o date, approxim ately 40bar- re ls of cleaned glass bottles and (Continued on Page 5-B) I0IRNAL I lEPIBllCAH, U V flLIf, REV T i l l * „ VIRRORIT. RfVEVIEt Tt, 1172 J* D Mrs. Carter Dies At 95 M rs. Emma M. M ille r C a rte r, 95, widow of F ra n c is T . C a rte r, form er resident a t Low vtlle and Pine G ro ve, died N o v, 22 In Ben­ d e r’s Adult Hom e, G lenfield , where she had resided five years. The funeral was Nov, 25 at the V lrk le r Fu n e ral H o m e, Rev. W illard Newman, pastor of the F irs t Bap tist Church, Lo w v ille, o fficiatin g . B u ria l w ill be tn W est Lo w v U le Cem etery. M rs. C a rte r Is survived by a daughter, M rs. Helen Laober, Pine G rove, G lenlleld R JD .; a son, H o w a rd L .,ad d ress unknown; six grandchildren, 28 great­ grandchildren and seven great- great-grandchildren. She was born at W a tervale, daughter o f Asa Howard and M a ry Jan e Wedge M t ile r , and Uved fo r some tim e at Elb a , She had lived ln the Lo w v tlle vicin ity 40 years. She was m arried to F ra n c is T a y lo r C a rte r Nov. \4 1898, at New Woodstock I d the Bap tist Church parsonage. M r. G a rte r died Feb . 2, 1955. M rs. C a rte r was a m em ber of the Low viU e B a p tist Church. C O M P L E T E L I N E O F N E W P R E C I S I O N SEWING MACHINES FREE INSTRUCTIONS ON CARE AND USE S M A L L D E P O S I T W I L L H O L D The Best G i f t a f A l l A gift certificate to be u s e d a n y t i m e o f the yea r fo r fa b r i c s & n o t i o n s . THE SEW-ETTE, l o w v i l l e , n . y . “ W e S e r v i c e W h a t W e S e l l ” N E I S N E f f S CUP Tills U! 4 D A Y S O N L Y WEB., NOV. 28 - WEB, DEC. 6 RING HOURS START AT 10 A.M FA B U L O U S R IN G R IO T ! v , Come io. cocnodve WHfi vour genuine diamonds 1 »< you can leu ihe difference. You’ll oe surptc5e<j. dd ghted, and amot/cd-maov Q* the weaahy people keep th e ir real diam onds ip the v*utf antf wea t tnese and tneir friends don't know the difference. Some of these rtngs sold for aihtqnas $28.00. AH rings set m sterling or 10K.. G F & 18 Karat H.G.E. ALL RINGS - LIFETIME GUARANTEED OTHER FINE RINGS $7.99 UP $ Bring This Ad 4 . 9 9 M s Ta Birthstone Rings * 4 .9 9 Bring this certificate and $4.99 pto- lax and re­ ceive a LADIES' Sterling Silve, ' - 10-kt. Gold Filled ring, set with % Kt. DIAMOND REPRO­ DUCTION, SPARKLING FLASHING WITH RAINBOW FIRE _______ _______ WITHOUT THIS AD WOULD BE $15.99 L im it 2 T o A n A d . LADIES' 1 KT * 5 .9 9 LADIES' 2 KT * 6 ,9 9 MEN'S RINGS,H om * 5 .9 9 i f i i f r e T H A N N I V E R S A R Y S A L E D e c e m b e r 7 - 8 ■ 9 O p e n T h u r s d a y & F r i d a y T i l l 9 p . m . A n d S a t u r d a y T i l l 3 p . m . i * f 1 ‘ v N ik , C o ffe e 4 D o u g h n u ts W ill B e S e r v e d C o m e in a n d b r o w s e a ro u n d , s e e o u r VALUES an d sp e n d so m e tim e w ith u s R E G ISTER fu r DOOR P R IZ E S g iven e a c h d a y F r e e so u v e n irs fo r a ll OUR 5 2 n d Y E A R L o w v i l l e F a r m e r s ’ C o - O p A s s n . PHONE 376-6589 LOWVILLE, N.Y. 5500 SHADY AVE. ___________________ _ _ ____ _____ ______ _

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