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The journal and Republican. (Lowville, N.Y.) 1929-current, November 29, 1972, Image 17

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i Croghan iCmtmrn* (torn rag* a*B) O M lU M n i M m b a t e coiltciw l. I t is UK w ish ot th* Lew i* County \C o m m ltta* to r • B a ttar E a . vtroomant” that th* peon), will eoettnue M v lng gins* battles and coo ta Inara for depositing in the Spring. T b a S t r v i c e and Hospitality C o m m u te# of B e a v e r Falls G r a a g t have obtained barrel* for cloan alum inum which will be Placed with the ( l u s bottle con* taltiera ib the aprlng, ta the meantime, area ran Manta are urged to rave aluminum foil. T.V. dinner traya, pi* platea. etc. If tn doubt ts to whether lt.ta alu* mlnum, try the \mapiet teat.” A magnet wtll not pick up alu* mlnum. It la repeated that all •hi mlnum artlclaa be dean. Any­ one wishing article* collected during the winter may phone Mrs. Embert (Ann)Marolf or Catherine Marolf. The meeting of the Croghan Colleens 4-H Club was held at the home o f th e ir president, Ju lie Cam pany, wltb 11 m embers pre­ sent. jpians w ere made for a Christina* party to be held Dec. I t . Namea were drawn for the exchange ot gifts, tt was aug* lasted that the club do some­ thing f o r the shut-ins si C h rist­ m as. They are going to help the American Legion Auxiliary wtth the Head Start Christmas party. M rs. Edna Hynes of Watertown, has returned home after spending several days here vtslttng her sister, M rs. Nora Ritz, Donald Forney of Kendall Park, N .J., spent a few days here as guests of Ms m other. M rs. Hya- FOR DAIRY REPLACEMENTS Consult L o m e o B r o t h e r s top Quality CATTLE DEALERS Beef Taken Heifers 37S-7209 In On Trade A t t e n t i o n F a r m e r s ! A.S.C . LIVESTOCK FEED PROGRAM A .S .C . corn lias arrived at CASTORLAN D AGW A Y Call to r the handling of your order and CASTHAGE CASTORLAND P h W H 4 B - 2 8 S O P t i o n e 3 7 6 - 3 3 3 0 COPENHAGEN Phone 688-4421 clnth Fo rn e y , C ro ftu n Boy Scout Troop 49 ts collecting bundled newspapers, magazines o r catalogs on S a tu r­ day, D e c . 2. Papers can be left for pick-up by the Scouts at Pe­ te r's S to re , B e lfo r t, and at Mon- nat’s H o tel, Indian R ive r. The people In tbts area should be commended fo r thetr tim e taken In tying thetr bundles secu rely. To assist -the Sco u ts, the fourth graders at B .R .C .S . w ill bring newspapers, catalogs and maga- atnes tied ln bundles to th e ir rooms on W ednesday and Thurs­ day, N a v. 29-30. Guests o f M rs . A rthur W ardeU _ and h e r b roth e r, Om ar G lrard ln , ‘ tor the Thanksgiving holidays were h e r son, Fran k W ardeU, and fam ily of Ttconderoga, also present was M r. and M rs. W a r­ d e n 's son of San D iego, C a lif. M r. and M rs . W a lte r Brow n e ll have moved into th e ir newly (m ilt home on the Crogban-Indlan B l­ ve r Road. M rs . Bro w n e ll Is the fo rm e r Jeanne M a tffm o re, dau­ ghter o f M r , and M rs. Fra n c is M a ttim o re. In preparation fo r F irs t F r i­ day, confessions w ill be heard In S t . S tephen's Church on T h u rs­ day from 4 to 5 and 8 to 9 p.m . M a sses on Frld a y w ill be at 1 aod 10:45 a.m . R o s a ry and Benediction w tll take place tnSt.Stephen*s Church on F r id a y , follow ed by the R o sary S o c ie ty's C h ristm a s P a rty. Those p a rticipating are asked to bring a covered dish and a one doUar g ift fo r exchange. Sunday, there w ill he a special o fferto ry procession in S t, Ste­ phen's Church tn which those who plan to give a g ilt to patients in the local nursing homes name­ ly Bender’s and G re e n b ria r, are asked to b rin g wrapped g ifts and place them In the appropriate b o res, m arked g ifts fo r men o r fo r wom en. AH p a rishioners are asked to p a rticipate tn this and as many as possible w ill join in the v is it to eith e r o f those homes on Sunday, D e c . 17. School M enus L O W V IL L E A C A D E M Y Monday - Chicken and g ravy oo baking powder b iscu its, buttered oeas and ca rro ts, pea­ nut batter sandw ich, plum s, m ilk. Tuesday • Ham burger on bun, m acaroni and tom atoes, fru ited jello , m ilk, Wednesday - C h iit-con-cam e , cabbage salad, bread, b u tter, pineapple tid b its, m ilk. Thursday . School pizza, but­ tered green beans, peanut b u tter- sandw ich, applesauce and cookie, m ilk. F rid a y - Tuna salad cm bun, cream o f tom ato soup, c rack e rs, ch e rry cobbler, ratlk. CH U R C H B R ID E • M iss M a rilyn Hughes, daughter of M r. and M rs. John T . Hughes of C o llin s v ille , became the bride of Robert S . Ptdgeon,- son of M rs. John Pld- geon, of Levittow n , Penn., on Saturday afternoon, November 4. R e v . F.A O 'H a ra officiated at the 1 p.m . cerem ony at the F o rest Presbyterian Church, Lyons F a lls . Follow ing tbe wedding, a reception was held at the Hul­ b e rt House (n Boonvtlie. The b rid e , who was given In m a rriage by her fath e r, wore a gown of ivo ry velvet, fashioned w ith long fu ll sleeves and a high co lla r. She carried a cascade bouquet of tiny white carnations. M iss C arolyn Hughes, twin s is ­ te r of the b rid e , was maid of honor. M iss P a tric ia O’B rie n of Constableville was b rid e s­ m aid. She wore a long blue velvet sk irt and a white blouse, w h ile M iss O’B rie n wore a long blue purple sk irt and a white blouse. Both ca rried cascade bouquets ol w h ite carnations high- ltghed by carnations dyed to m atch thetr s k irts . M r. John Szpakowski of Levlt- town served as best man. John Pldgeon, brother of the groom, was usher. M rs. Hughes, mother of the b rid e , wore a red polyester d ress wtth gold trim . H e r corsage was o f white ro s e s . M rs, Pldgeon, m other o i the groom , wore a blue and g ray bonded flannel s u it. H e r corsage was yellow roses. M rs. Pldgeon fs a Ju n e gradu­ ate o f Jefferso n Community C o l­ leg e , w ith an AAS degree In m ath and science. M r. Pldgeon Is employed by the B e ll Telephone Com pany. They are at home at 9 E a s t Lan e , L e vittow n , Pennsyl­ van ia. On Novem ber 3, the wedding p a rty and out-of-town guests w e re entertained at dinner af the Hughes ln C o llin s v ille . P r e ­ nuptial show er was given by M isses O’B r ie n and Hughes on October 28. Guests were present from Syracu se, Rochester, M iam i, Flo rid a , Levittow n , Pennsyl­ van ia, BoonvlHe, C o n sfablevtlle, Lyon s F a lls , Utica send W a ter­ town. Mrs. K a fka Dies At 58 M rs, Kafka, 58, of San­ ford, K la., wife of f ranJt Kafka and form e r resident of the Con­ stab leville vicin ity, died Thurs­ day, Nov, \23 In Sem inole Hos­ p ital, Sem inole, F la ,, where she had been a pattent three weeks. The funeral was Tuesday, Nov.. 28, tn St* M a ry's Church, Con­ stab leville, Rev. Robert C o tter, pastor, officiating. B u ria l will be tn the church cem etery. Besides her husband, M rs. Kafka Is survived by eight sons, Ju liu s , Buffalo, Fra n c is, M iam i, JIIRNAl I IE F IIL IC A N , U V V I l l f . NEW T N I S J WEDNESDAY, N I V I H I f t 2D. ID 7 2 F la ., Joseph, Bo o n v ille, Robert, Syracuse, Steve, Raymond and Paul of Sanford, F la ,,C a r^ G le n ­ fleld; five daughters, M rs, Frank (C h ristin a ) G ravelln e , W estern- v llie , M rs. S h e rm a n (Janet)Sykes and M iss Cherte Kafka, both of Sanford, M rs. M ichael (M a r­ garet) G a rlock and M iss M a ri­ lyn Kafka, both of Boonvtlie: two b rothers, John Monach, TTetroil, M ich*, W illiam Monach, Buffalo; three s iste rs, M rs. Joseph (H e len) M lhalko, Boon ville, M rs. Jacob (M a ry)Sim onm lch ,Buffalo, M r*. C h a rles (M a r g a r r t lB « * B . SanrMord, F la ., 2 5 g ran d c h ild ren and two g r e a t-g ran d c h ild ren . She waa born In Throop, Pa., Aug. 5, 1914, daughter o l P e te r and M argaret Korm an Monach* She wan m arried to Frank Kafka N o v. 27, 1930, ln Throop. 1» 1936, the couple moved to D e tro lt, where they lived until 1943 when they moved to theConeiablevlH e- Boonville vicin ity. M rs, Kafka had been lm ployed to restaurants as a cook. The couple moved to Flo rid a three years ago. LOW V I L L E LONG DRESSES r u n ALL SIZES Y t'lvef l.iw k . Lung S k i r t s , Vt si & Biazt *|\S HA LTE It TO P S Si-a & 4. I i i t l o n - & V lim li- n - , T*.V Hfttrtha M tinninu- C .ii I t i n ALL M s i n p i a © SEALY POSTUREPEDIC the great r e laxer...night after night You don’t have to travel farther than your bedroom lo get the rejuvenating benefits of utter relaxation. Sealy Posturepedic not only promises a great night’s sleep ...but a good morning, too. “ No ^ p j morning backache from sleeping on a too-soft mattress.” Designed in cooperation with leading orthopedic surgeons for comfortably firm support. Choice of comfort' Extra Firm or Gently Firm. I T S P O S T U R E P E D I C M O N T H A T W a t e r t o w n M a t t r e s s C o . Shady Ave. Low v ille O P E N H O U S E D e c e m b e r 1 & 2 L y o n s F a l l s A g w a y S p o r t C e n t e r l |Now open evenings from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Mon. thru Frl.) F R E E B a l l o o n s F o r T h e K i d d i e s M o m a n d D a d , H a v e C o f f e e W i t h U s ! jSH - D o o B lizzard O il * * - 9 5 ^ Spark Plugs (M240-W249-W260-M220 $ A S each lots o f 10 Canadian Pac Bo o ts $ 1 4 .9 5 i j S p e c ial Form u la \K io to ” O n ' * ® r2^ H e lm ets, approved A m e rican made, exceed a ll $ 1 4 .9 5 sto le ri-rj—ts Goggles - M odem _ _ i Colorm aUc lens * j Skl*Bo o D rive B e lts $ 8 .9 5 « c b SH-D o o M itts Gas Cans J D a v is Socks 3 f a ir $1 VDO Speedom eter K its $ $ 9 .9 5 Snow F ltte Snow Blow ers (M T D ) 5 bp, 2 stage, 26” $ 3 5 9 .9 5 LLnclri W e ld e r, 225 A C , w ilh m ask and accessories $ 8 9 . 9 5 | Face Shield s ( M _ _ 1 (C le a r, Y e llo w , o r S moke) Snow F ltte Snow Blow e rs (M T D ) B h p , 2 Stage, 26” $ 5 * 9 - 9 5 Sp e c ial v a lvo lln e $ 7 .5 9 Snowm o b ile O il p a r case ] I Men and Lad les j T ra d e r S p a re W h eel and T ire $ 1 4 - 9 5 Skl-Doo Boots ” and op SM Runners $ .9 6 each [Top Q u a lity S led C o v e r s .. * } 4 a t 1 .A ll weather Yellow Bom b ardier S o ils ^ ^ Snowm obile G rease $ .7 S e|C f, F re e J64.95 Su it with new Olym pte o r TNT sleds sold that day— No trade NW-iea'l Suit* - Top Qeetlity Limited Stock. 1 5 G n o il o s fi6 s le d s o n h a n d F r » * ( 1 I 9 » I a p n % OFF WHILE THEY LAST! | NEW 1972 LEFT-OVERS I F U L L W ARRA N T Y 2 TKT 292’s ......................................... $819 I B TNT 340’s ................................ .. . $949 t TKT 440 $1043 ■ I TNT 640 ........... $1250 ■ 1 T N T 775 31899 ■ M j O L Y M P IC S 333's 20 h.p ............... $729 ts% OFF ALL S K I - D 0 O CLOTHING Suita Ik Jacket* P A M C O A it s t i l l t a l e r s $ ! 9 8 « i x t i i f M t

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