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WQTICI SEALED » * * f l i i d E RECEIVED »Y THE VILLAGE OP W W VM E ON THE FOLLOWING ITEMS: 1. MEW HOLLAND TANK TYPE SPREADER CA P - 8,000 l b s . o r 590 gal. (used tO tiroes} t ONE C.E. MOTOR - TYPE M - H.P. 7 1/2 9 PHASE-SOCYCLE (w ith w a ter pump & sw itch) 9. ONE SQUIRREL-CAGE - 25 h.p. MOTOR TY P E OX - 3 PHASE - AMP 60/30 (w tth w a ter pump & sw itch) 4. (WE COMPRESSOR - MAKE P.F.T. CO. A .C. MOTOR - 5 h .p , . 3 PHASE - 60 CYCLE - RJ».M . -1 1 6 0 • AMPS. -1 5 .4 /7 .1 The above may be aeen a t the D.P.W. Shop, F o r e s t Avenue, L o w v ille, N.Y. Each item s h a l l have a s p e r a te bid and envelope m a rked w ith n u m b e r of Item t s above. BIDS TO BE OPENED 7:30 p .m . . D e c . 5,1972 VILLAGE BOARD MEETING WHAT’S HAPPENED B y M a rg a ret C a rter 376-3238 Hospital News IBVRNH ft I I M I U C M , t l f V l l l f . R t f M H , m H E M f U f t V , N O V E V tft 29. 1112 I - P M r. and M rs, Byron A llen, T rin ity A v e ., entertained for the Thanksgiving holiday M r. and M rs. PhlUtp A llen and fam ily, M a tliery, and M tss Constance A l­ len , S y racu s e . M r. and M rs. R u s s e ll Z e lle r , Stow e S L , spent the Thanksgiving holiday with M r. and M rs. D ale Z e lle r and fam ily Brew e rton, Twenty m em bers and two guests w e re at the Novem ber m eeting of the Home Im p rove­ ment Club which met at the home of M rs. Ruth K e lle y , Croghan. A business m ee«ng was held. A fte r D a i r y H e r d s a n d D r y C o w s C a n l i c k T h e i r P r o t e i n N e e d s W i t h Liq u id P r o te in S u p p le m e n t S3 1/3% Protein C M V E M E M T T O U S E ■ W in I F i l d t r s INCREASED PRODUCTION - 4 Average of 1 % Tart Hants Increased IM P R O V E D H E A L T H - V i t a l i i s A . V it a m in 0 , . V it a m in E E C O N O M IC A L - F e e d P r o t e in N a y B e D e c r e a s e d B y 2 % Set us Us For Comiilsts Information L O W V I L L E F A R M E R ’ S C O - O P , tlaif ivoiic LtwtJIli C h a p a r r a l A m e r i c a s ff aa ss tt ee ss tt m a j o r i a v o w i n g s n o w m o b i l e . Chaparral You simply have fo ride it to believe ii The handling The ride The performance The stability The engineering. The styling Chaparral for 73 is unbeatable and unbelievable Test ndeone You It see Clothing and Accessories YA N C E Y ’S S A L E S A S E R V IC E Outer Sayan Street H p o in s c y c l k p * m r v c u - s c ’M a p A R iu r . sk n w v tn n rL R ? 376-7442 or 3403 lowville, N.V. the meettng M rs . K e lley demon­ strated how to make C h ristm a s table decorations and ornam ents. Refreshm ents w e re served . The next m eeting w ill be UiDecem ber at M rs. Ja c k ie Kablens, L o w v ille . M r. and M r s . John Kellogg, R o ch e s ter, visited thetr parents, M rs. A lien M a rkey, Jefferson S t ., and M r . and M rs. Clinton Hanno, Cascade A ve. Lo w v U le B rid g e Club scores fox games played Nov. 21 at T rin ity Ep isco p a l Church are as foUows: John Turnbull and Ken Fo rd , 55 1/2; Anne Eckelm an and A I Eckelm a n , 50 1/2; D ebbie W il­ liam s and D ave Gordon, 49 1/2; Nan Johnson and Ju e Brooks, 42. T h e re w e re four tables played. M r. and M rs . G e rald M U ler and chUdren, M a rg a ret, Cath­ erin e and D anny, Bu ffalo , spent Thanksgiving holiday w ith M r. M ille r 's m o ther, M rs . Elm e r M ille r , Dayan S t. M rs . L o ttie Pu ts, State S L , spent Thanksgiving w ltb her fam ily and grandchildren, Carth­ age, daughter, Regina G ray and fam U y, daughter, Helen M lhalyl and fam U y, son, Henry Putz and fam ily, S y ra c u s e , and daughter, Wanda K le lfe r , Castorland. On N o v. 5 43 m em bers of M rs. Ed ith Bo s b a rl’s .fam ily gather­ ed at the L t t t le H o tel, Potters C o rn e rs, fo r a Toast beef dinner tn celebration o f M rs. Bosbart’s 86th birthday. The birthday cake was made by h e r daughter, S h ir­ le y Denning, E lm S L M rs . Bos­ hart m akes h e r home w ith a dau­ ghter, M rs . N ile s (Anna M ae) S t r ife , C o llin s S L M rs. Jo b n Mum ford and son, Jo h n , Easton S L , entertained M r. and M rs . Douglas H e rzig and fa­ m U y , Bingham ton, M iss Ruth O '­ B r ie n , U H c a , and B rian Mum ford, E a s t O range, N .J., on Thanks­ giving D a y , M r . and M rs. R ich a rd W il­ lia m s , Dayan S L , spent the Thanksgiving holidays w ith th e ir son-in-law and daughter and fa­ m ily, M r . and M rs.R ich a rd Audo, Chaum ont. M rs. Fran k D u flo, State S t ., entertained her son-in-law ana daughter, M r . and M rs . F re d Bu s h n e ll, Chevy C h ase, M d ,, and h e r granddaughter and her hus­ band, M r . and M rs . Jo h n J , Sim — kanlch, G lennslde, Penn. M rs. Lo w e ll M a n x ler and h e r daughter, Tam m y ana M e ltlsa* D ayan ’ S L , and' C liffo rd Zeh r , ' “ S ta te S L , have : returned from visitin g M r . and M rs. Reginald Z e h r and W ayne Z e h r a t M y e rs- taw n , P a . W lille there they saw W ayne act in a coUege p lay. W ayne attends Elizabethtow n C o llege, M tss C a ro l M a n n er, Ith a c a ; spent Thanksgiving holiday w ith M r . and M r s . Lo w e ll M a n ser and fam ily, Dayan S L A tty. and M rs . C la rk Chase-, Easton S L , entertained C lark B » C h ase, Live rp o o l, A tty. and M r s . C a rte r C h a s e , D e w itt, M tssM a r- garet C a rte r, Dayan S L , M r. and M r s . M ilton C a rte r, S ta r Route, and M rs . Elizab e th W e b ster, P ly ­ mouth, N .H ., fo r Thanksgiving. G e o rge A . Kuntz and fa m ily, S ta r Route, w e re guests of h is m o ther, M rs . M a ry G o o d e ll, D a ­ yan S L , on Thanksgiving D a y . M r . and M rs . Jo e Po rre c a and BIR T H S - M r. and M rs. Jam e s R u s s e ll, Lo w v tile, a boy, Nov, 21. M E D IC A L AND SU R G IC A L PA T IEN T S - Florence Lark in s , Low w llle; Lo la Yousey, Croghan; R o b e rt P u r c e ll, Croghan; Ann O rendorff, G lenfleld ; Eleanor M u rscb, Brantlngham ; Orpha Rappa, Croghan; P r is c illa Mund- stock, Low vU le; Sandra Slem f- enow lct, Low vU le; Scott Donald­ son, Port Leyden; Patricia C a rty, Lo w v ille ; Ann Denslow, Lyons F a lls ; Yvonne Bush, LowjglHe; Timothy Stone, Low viUe; Linda Levesque, Brantlngham ; E lva Mattols, BoonvlUe; Fran c is H e r­ mans, Low vU le; June Bau e r, Lo w v ille; Shayne Benw are, Bing­ hamton; W a rren Sm ith , Lo w v ille; Pauline Lucas, Barn e s Corners; Robert D ektn, Lo w v tile; and A 1- A anal Meet lag T h e Lew is County A g ricultural Society w ill meet December 2 at the Le w is County T ru s t Com­ pany Com m unity Room. The an­ nual meeting w ill begtn at 1 p.m . Seven d irecto rs are to be elect­ ed fo the board, one ot whlcbt is an unexptred term . Anyone In ­ terested ts welcom e to attend. M r. and M rs . C .J. Shapland, W a ters T e r r ., and fam ily, J u li­ ette, Jtm and Peter spent the Thanksgiving holiday In Boston wtth th e ir son-in-law dnd dau­ ghter, M r. and M rs. Michael Ross, ^ . M r. and M rs. Ralph Bush, H ill­ sid e D r ., entertained for Thanksgiving holiday M r. and M rs. D a v id Bush, New Hamp­ sh ire , and M r. and MYs. Fre d Scanlon, Lyons F a lls . The Volunteer C lass of the L o w v ille United Methodist Cburch w ill m eet a t the church at noon Decem b er 2. A planned C h ristm a s dinner w ill bd served. T h e m em bers o f tbe com m ittees a r e as follows: E la Gordon, M a ry Snyder. W in ifred Snyder and Irene Gordon. In the afternoon a meeting w ill be held which w ill b e the last m eeting of Uie y e a r. D u ring the months o t Ja n u a ry and Feb ru a ry there w tll be no meet­ ings. New o fficers a re president, Rnby W o e ltje; vice p resident, Ed­ n a Alhelt; se c r e ta ry, E la Gordon, tre a s u re r, M able Gordon; ch a ir­ man o f devotions, Iren e Gordon. Follow ing Uie meeting m em bers w ill enjoy a Christm a s p a rty d irected by Anna Cham bers. M em b ers are to take a gift to exchange. M r. and M r s . H e n ry K irch ; Canandaljua, and fam ily, T im , L o u ise and T racey, spentThamks- gSving weekend from Wednesday to Sunday wltb M r, and M rs. P h il Greene, Pin e G rove. T i­ m othy David K irch celebrated hts eighth birthday Sunday, M r., and M rs . _ P h ilip B . Greene spent S a­ tu rd a y jd ttt tbe Greenes ab'Plne fclrov* f*o m S yracuae. The Daughters o f Isab e lla w ill hold th e tr anaualChrlstm as p a rty D e c , 4 tn S l P e te r’s HaU w ith a s o c ia l hour from 6 to 7 and a T u rk e y dinner following the so- c la lh o u r. Each m em b erisasked to* bring a 31 gift for exchange. ton R o g e rs, Boon vtile. A lso, Ed ith Cavanaugh, Low ­ v ille ; Ja y M a rtln,C roghan; M a rie Pe lo , M a rtinsburg; Thomas S u i­ te r, Low viU e ; Gladys Stoddard, Lo w v U le; Kenneth M u llaney, Po rt Leyden; Brenda Reynolds, C a s ­ torland; Robert M anchester, G lenftetd; C larence C o lvin , Co­ penhagen; Nancy Duncan, G le n ­ fie id ; L is a Sto w e ll, Croghan; D avtd N o rton, Jr . , Lo w v tile; D a vid M illa rd , T u rin ; W ltlard K e r r , G lenfleld ; Law rence K lo s ­ n e r, Low vU le; Connie Rasm u s­ sen, Low vU le; Steven Kovach, LyonA FaU s ; Bonny Bacon, Low ­ v U le ; Jo n Sch e U , Low vU le; Ed ­ w ard Lam p son, Lo w v tlte; Jam es R a n d a ll, Lo w v tile; Joseph Totop- fca, Low vU le; D aniel Sau e r, Low ­ vU le ; R u s s e ll Battle s . Po rt L e y ­ den; and SaU y Hoffm an, Low ­ viU e . Mrs. Carl Dies At 81 M rs. Leo J . C a r l, 81, Me- Alpine S tree t, died Wednesday ln Lew is County G eneral H o spital, Lo w v ille, where she had been a patient 29 day9. She had been In tit health for a long tim e. Tbe form er Louise D w lre was boro A p rtl 30, 1891, in New Haven, Verm ont, Ihe daughter of F ranc Is and Agnes Ash D w ire. She was' educated In the New Haven area schools. On October 29, 1909, She was m arried to Leo J . C a rl tn B r is to l, Verm ont. He died Septem ber 2, 1963. M rs. C a rl did pastry cooking at sum m er resorts In the Adirondack area for many years. She was a member of S t. Jo h n 's Roman CathoUc Church, Lyons Fa U s , and Its A ltar-R o ­ sary Society, She was also a member of the Thursday Brid g e Club. She Is survived by one dau­ ghter, M rs. H . C a rl (M a rg u e rite) F a irc h ild , Lyons F a lls ; one granddaughter, and a great- grandson. Another daughter, Lenora, died at the age o f nine months. Fu n e ral se rvice s w e reh e ld S a - turday at 9:30 a.m . at the Fie ld Funeral Home In Po rt Leyden and at 10 a.m . at St. Jo h n ’ s Ro­ man C a tholic C h u rch, Lyons F a lls , wtth R e v . D a n iel F . L y d d y , pastor, officiating at the funeral m ass. B u ria l wUl be tn C a lvary Cem e­ te ry , Po rt Leyden, tn the spring. ter, Syracuse. Leon Farney. W a t e r p r o o f ! B e d W ing's N e w Fuft* L«*ther lin e d 5p***»d lucing n/; iv d im n n s w n tn outdoor footw e a r for th e active m a n Cjellutosfi Cushion Irrsofc Cr-nD Ptecn Molded Sole c o m m / m m m a F m t W ld r ic k ’s S h o e R e p a ir S T A T E S T R E E T LO W V ILLE RU D I K U E R S T E IN E R ’S S W IS S S K I SH O P V illag e Square Turin, New York OPEN DAILY til 6 p.m. Wed.-Fri. til 9 p.m. N o w o f f e r i n g - N o v e m b e r 1 5 - D e c e m k e r 3 • s p e c i a l r e d u c t i o n t o 1 9 7 2 - 1 9 7 3 S n o w R l i g i S e a s o n T i c k e t H o l d e r s 1 0 % o f f r e g u l a r p r l e e a l l a l p i n e e q a f p m e n t A c l o t h i n g . E x c a p t U s e d E f u l p a t e a t . I I I I I I _____________________ F a r A ll Y e a r S k i i n g N e e d * i t Pkeae 34S-9912 1972 Chevy Impala 1970 Chevy Nova 4 dr. 1970 Chevy Impala 1970 Cheveile SS 19 7 1 Olds Custom Cruiser 1968 Olds Delmont 88 19 7 1 Olds Toronado R E C IF E O F T H E W E E K D ate Delight 1 2 o z . oreo cream fille d choco­ la te cookies crushed fine, 18 oz. pkg. dates pitted and cul up . 3/4 cup water 1/4 teasp. s a lt 2 cups m inature m arshm allows 1/2 cup chopped walnuts L/2 p t heavy cream (cool w h ip) t/2 teaspoon van illa f f d w ^ e L ~ a^ ^ X r ^ p r e a ^ r e m a L e r T a S t S A d a m ^ T b re f «'/ «\ 1 V*\ m. M il » B a v In **vcepart cam b inedates,w a­ tt re . P h illip Booth, S an Fran - *•*. Brin g to a b o il Re­ cisco , C a lif., and M rs . G a ry « w * heat « * sim m e r three mta- Tbaresen ard daughter, Jo a n ,R o - u „s- . . , , ch e a ter, w e re Thanksgiving Remove from beat add m arsh- gue.sts of M r. and M rs , Lo u is rri '? * s‘ . , m e lted - S tir Bush, D ayan S L , and M rs . Iren e to chopped nuts. Spread date Jem o i Davan S L m ixture o ver crum bs In dish* M rs . G ladys Stoddard, E a s t Com bine van illa and cream . W hip State S L , has returned home a * . f u\- p\ ‘ toP ° f m lJrture te r having been a su rg ical p a . to pan. Sprinkle with reserved tlent in the Upstate M e d ical Cea- w w le M . - Ur ger select! tn ef 73’s eveilebte eew, See the “ell new” BUS IHE6A C h e v r o l e t E S S E N L O H R M O T O R S , I N G . Member Lew is Coumty Amto 376-6568 D e a le r's A ssociation LOWVILLE R o g e r ’ s F a b r i c Main „ O u t l e t Street SATURDAY, Cregkse, DEC. 2 I . V . 9 a.m. te 3 p.m. K DACRON-COTTON I 4 5 ” S h i r t i n g f n b r i e ■ S 4 4 , g extra special, w ^ p e r yd. m d a c r o n & c o t t o n * * * * » U f * 11 * onr reg . $1.4» NOW A Po lyester t s r _ 8 I t a l i a n k n i l * f t * * 4 9 p e r yd, B ■ Po lye s .e r- A c ryltc (Bonded) 1 6 0 ” B l e n d * ppr vd’ H NOW O N L Y * * * ” ^ per yd. 6 0 ” P o l y e s t e r D o n h l e k n i t ir r . ’z B n o w § 2 . 9 9 | | (W o v w ) our reg . 92.45 | 6 0 ’ * P * l y e * t e r A c r y l i c * * 0 0 m n o w O * - w 6 6 ” - 7 2 \ I t a l i a n k n i t a • 2 . 9 9 otur reg. Is.8 9 B 8 extra strength fo r body suits S 6 0 ” P o l y e s t e r our reg . $2.99 1 n o w § 1 . 9 0 DACRON & C O T T O N „ „ 9 4 5 ” f o r d « r o y * * • » * * “ « * r ^ 1 O N L Y * 1 , * 9 p « r y d . g B « v > i w r H o l i d a y T r i m , ' D o w . 20* i»FF OJV i l l BRAIDS S TRIMS

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