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The journal and Republican. (Lowville, N.Y.) 1929-current, January 24, 1973, Image 9

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Croghan In Top Spot A * C rofkM tftgtoa b tik tttftll foftftr U cu r r w U y «toe* in ftrit pi*«» o T B w B c M a r tftftgw , *up> porting a 11-0 r e c o r d . Cftxlhage Cftnift to B m t w F a ll i o n Wednes­ day evening o f lo s t week In hopes a f ( M a c tht letfo n Us first loss. Carthage * « s tied for second Pise*, hut now after snffertns » 88-67 setback by the Crcftuut Legion are In third piece, Lee Knight, Jack Bushey, Don Dewey and Paul Bush ell figured I d double figures In the very rough game. Croghan Jumped on Carthage early In the first quarter. In the opening minutes of play, they led 6-0 and never trailed in the con­ test, The legion out scored their opponents In every q u arter but the fourth. Twenty-seven fouls were cnlled on Carthage, while twenty six w ere called on Croghan. The Croghan town team plays all of its home games on Wednes­ day evenings In the B.R.C.S. htgh school gymnasium. Came time ts 8 o 'clock sharp. NEED A I I 376-3525 R U B B E R S T A M P? ORDER IT AT T h e J O U R N A L I I I I I I I I L O W V I L L E | - - - . - - J ENCAGED - Mr, and Mrs. Wal­ te r Kopack, Port Leyden, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Christine Joan, to Ed­ ward J . F rick, J r . , son of Mrs. Edward J . F rick , S r ., and the late Edward J . F rlek, of Dewitt. Mtss Kopack ts a 1966 graduate of Port Leyden Central School and a 1967 graduate of Central Ctty B u s iness Institute In Syra­ cuse. She is presently employed by Mutual Life Insurance Com­ pany of New York in Syracuse. M r. F rick is a graduate of S y ra­ cuse U niversity and is employed as a highway engineer by the State Departm ent of Transporta­ tion in Syracuse, A sum m er wedding is planned. E a r n s 4 .0 G r a d e Bichard C. Wldmeyer, son of M r. and M rs. Dale Wldmeyer, Glenfield, has been named to the president's list at Jefferson Community College. He earned a 4.0 grade point average, Indicat­ ing straight A’s for the fall term . Area Woman Dead Al 85 Mrs. Stephanie Nlezabytosld, 85, West Lowvtlle, widow of Bronlstow N iezabytoskl, died Jan. 15 In Lewts County General Hospital. Borit in Poland, May 31, 1887, she came to the United States and was m arried to Bronlstow N Iezabytoskl Jan- 15, 1915, In Detroit, Mich. The couple moved to West M artlnsburg, Lewt# County, tn 1931. Mr. N lezabyto- skl was a blacksm ith. He died Aug. 30, 1951, and she continued to reside at West Martlnsburg until 1967, when she moved to West LowvlUe to live with her son,John. She was a member of Si. Hed- wlg*s Church, Rosary - Altar Society and the Polish American Club of Glenfield. She Is survived by four sons, John, Steve and Edward, Low- ville, Tofy, S yracuse; a daughter, M rs. Francis (Genevieve) Sch­ neider, Boonvllle; ten grand­ children; ten great grand­ children; nieces and nephews. The funeral was Jan. 18 a t the Vlrkler Funeral Home and In St. Hedwig’s Church, EousevUle, Rev. Francis Pikor, pastor, of­ ficiating. Burial was In LowvlUe Rural Cemetery. Slate Clinic There will be a n Immunization clinic at the West Leyden Ele­ mentary School on F rtd a y ,J in . 36, from 10 to 11 a,m . Clinics will continue to be held at the Court House in Lowville on T u e s­ day; from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. D o d g e O CHRYSLER AU T H O R IZED D E A L E R S 1973 DODGE PO IA R A . It's cm easy step up in price to gel D o d g e Potato's full-sized looks, luxury, and equip­ ment. But it’s the engineering features- such a s Electronic Ignition a n d Torsion-Quiet Ride, that really moke Polara an outstanding buy. D I S C O V E R T H E B I G D O D G E . • IT HAS ALL OF THESE, STANDARD: • POWER FRONT DISC BRAKES • AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION • ELECTRONIC IGNITION • TORSION-QUIET RIDE • POWER STEERING. S U R P R I S E D ? (SO ARE FORD & CHEVY.) GIQ6HAK onaldson odge 3 4 6 - 1 3 1 5 T H E D O D G E B O Y S JOURNAL | IEPIBUCAI, LIVVIUE. I. I. VEONESDAf, I ANNAf t 24. 1171 TO WED - M r- and M rs. Mark Z e u r, v-rugiuui, have —miwuuicd the engagement of their daugh­ ter, Mary, to Andy Ray Grau, son of M r. and M rs, Ray Grau, New Bremen. Miss Zehr Is a 1972 graduate of Beaver River C e n tral School. M r. Grau ts a 1972 graduate of Beaver River C e n tral School and Is presently employed by George Getman. R.J. M a rilley Dead At 84 Ralph J . MarUley, 8 4 ,Croghan, operator of the E . M. Marilley and C o . Store for 53 y e a r s , died Thursday, Jan . 18, at George Washington University Hospital, Washington, D.C., where he had been a patient two weeks. Born M arch 3, 1888, a t C ro­ ghan, a son of Edward M. and Catherine Banabin IJIarllley, he was graduated from St, Stephen’s Gram m ar School, attended St. Laurent School, M ontreal, Que., and was graduated from Carthage High School tn 1907. He was a 1911 graduate of V Ulanova Uni­ versity, Pa. He m a rried M arie Gilligan at S t. P e ter’s Church In Yonkers June 12, 1933. M r. M arilley, in 1912, took over operation of E . M. M arilley and C o ., a store s e lling general m e r­ chandise and founded b y Ms father in 1875. M r. MarlDey’s son, Jam e s , now operates the b u si­ ness. M r. M arilley was a third degree Knight of Columbus, s e r ­ ved a s a French Interpreter d u r­ ing World War I. w as manager of the old Croghan AH Stars Baseball Team fo r nine years, served on tbe b o ard of directors of tbe Croghan Bank and was an honorary mem b er of the Cro­ ghan F ir e Department. Surviving a r e his w ife, M rs. M arie G. M arilley; four sons. D r. Ralph Joseph M arilley, J r . , 769 Ball Ave., Watertown, Jam e s M., Croghan, Edward M., Mon­ treal, Que., A tty. Richard F ., McLane, V s.; a daughter, M rs. f. D a n d (MarjorleXRanso m, Wash- ' tngton, b . C .; a slater. Sister Anna C laire, S t . Joseph P r o ­ vincial House, Latham; two b ro­ thers, Anselm, Washlngton,D.C., and Constant \Connie” M arilley LaJolla, Calif,, and several grandchildren, nieces, and nep­ hews. The funeral was Ja n . 22 at the family home and at S t. Ste­ phen's Church, Rev. Anthony Moore officiating. Spring burial will be la S t. Stephen's Ceme­ tery. In M i s s i s s i p p i Second Lieutenant Bryant S. Lyndaker, UJ5.M.C., son ol M r. sad M rs. w ill lam B. Lyndaker, New Brem e n , has been trans­ ferred to the N^val Air Station al M eridian, M iss. G e t m o r e u s a b l e h e a t f r o m e v e r y d r o p o f y o u r h e a t i n g o i l . Gulf Heating Oil is a pure, clean- burning Heating Oil that bums hot­ ter Gives you more usable heat per gallon than conventional heating oils Your heating equipment stays cleaner and lasts longer And 20 rigid tests insure the same high quality irt every gallon Switch to Gulf Heating Oil—your best heating oil buy Give us a call today o i l h e n t LOWVILLE OIL COMPANY Tel Smith. Priprietir PHONE 376-3533 OR 376-3410 FOB PHOMPT DELIVERIES AND AUTOMATIC PRINTING SERVICE DANCE A T P e t h s u m a P i n e s B r a n t i n g h a m , N . Y . 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