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■ S T A R T E R T H E I W A N T P I N A T [T O tP . W h : ts H i d i n g r s , 3 and dp you tike O il > Match GINUINE\ 1 FIVE OTHER (lu u n p P. L. Home B u reau Meets WILL AST YOU! it M? f lie Tf sleeping t mattress! rover is a operation T. Special here your jundation choice of Q? wlm twin 95 * ^ tw or fuff SIM OWVIltE v r r v 15 *1 * TW Art* and Crafts course scheduled lor Beaver River Cen­ tral School has room for more students. The course Is Included In the adult education program. Anyone interested should call the school, 346- 1211, between • a.m. and 4 p.m. The Pori Leyden Home Bureau Unit met on March 3 at th* Fire­ man's Hall at 7 p.m. The dis­ cussion of the spring workshop for Home Bureau members only will be held st Lyons FsHs Fire­ man's HaU on Tuesday, March *7, at 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p,m. b a r n y a r d b o o t Ideal for active, on-tbe- go farmers! Hardy barn­ yard sold resistant uppers for extra-long wear. Sweet on workln* feet. Try a pair! The second wtll be on Thursday evening, March 29, at 7:30 p.m. The Port Leyden Unit has made a multi-color hairpin lace afghan. There are tickets being sold by any member tor a drawing March 22. Al this meeting the project was making egg bunnies. The project for neat week will be making a bunny rabbit out of an eight ounce salad bottle. Names were drawn for a secret pal. Navy G r a d u a t e Navy Seaman Recruit Alfred F. Marriott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd E. Marriott of 7718 N. State St., LowvlUe, was grad­ uated from recruit training at the Naval Training Center at Great Lakes, III. f W a s J u s t T h i n k i n g By Rev. Robert F. Nay Name 2 To Academies During the recent \Winter Vacation” this writer, with his family, had the opportunity to travel. We went to Florida. I wonder tf we appreciate the great freedom and opportunity and con­ venience which ts ours In this great land. We left LowvUle at 7 p.m. three hours later we were comfortably fixed with lodging for the night, television, sauna lamp, vibrating bed, If you wished, and and all the conveniences ofhome. We have become so accustomed to being catered to. even fooueh the caterer gets his price, that ! think we seldom stop to reflect R E D W I N G WIDRICK'S SHOE REPAIR Slot* Street LowvHle SEE THE NEW UNO ROVER W o rld famous British 4-wheel drive vehicle, 4 cyl., 8 forward speeds, seating for seven, non-rusting alloy body, competitive price. JOHN MUMFORD S T A T E ST AUTO SERVICE LftVTIUE about th* goodness of our day In terms of the convenience It affords us. The next morning around 7:30 a.m., we left Cortland, and spent that night ln Greensboro, N.C. I thought, as we moved along rapidly over the nice smooth four- lane Interstate highway, what a great contrast it ts to have travel­ ed even 10 to 15 years ago. The modem tourist now generally ex­ pects to make between 500and 600 miles per day, especially If one ls Just driving to reachadestlna- tton. I bave also wondered, as we think again about foe con­ veniences which are always beckoning for our business, one has to decide what gas be will buy, where be win eat and what type of housing or lodgtagfaciltty he will use. The facilities for accom­ modating foe travel trailer are also more numerous and pose no serious problem toward plan­ ning for foe place to spend the night. I have also noted the area for rest stops on foe .major highways. How nice and con­ venient they are and what a means they offer for foe traveler to run In and park and get out and stretch. It breaks foe trip and often refreshes tte drlver sothat he ls more alert. This probably means less likelihood Wf ac­ cidents, j Congressman Robert C. Mc- Ewen, R., Ogdens burg has nomi­ nated two Lewis County young men for competitive appointment to service academies. They are: Stephen G, Peters, son of Mr. and Mrs. John G. Peters, 69- 53 George St., Croghan, a senior at Beaver River CentralSchool, U. S. Air Force Academy, and Michael F. Maring, son of Mrs. LaVerne Maring, 7564 Park Ave­ nue, Lowvtlle, and the late Fran­ cis Martng, a senior at Lowvllle Academy and CentralSchool. U.S. the Air Force Academy ls lo­ cated in Colorado Springs, Colo., and foe Naval Academy Is at Annapolis, Md. I thought also of the markers, signs and directions along the way - this tn contrast to foe old system ol stopping and asking foe directions for the way you needed to go. Yes, If we wtsh, we can get In and turn the switch, and the “ Horeless Carriage\ will really move us toward our des­ tination In a manner not even thought of 30 yearsago. We should not only be proud of the nice conveniences we have tor travel, we should also be thankful for them and for this great land tn which they are located and for the freedom we have to use them in undisturbed pleasure as we win. Let us not take some of our real freedoms so much for granted. They are there because ot planning, work and foe Invest­ ment of our resources and means. F A B R I C S ! POLYESTER D O U B L E K N I T S First quality polyester double knits in a wide selection of colors and novelities. 2 to 9 yard lengths. SAVE 34%! 60\ BONDED A C R Y L I C K N I T S s a v e u p w s o %! First quality bonded acrylic knits in a wide selection of solids or novelities. 60\ wide. 2 to 10 yard lengths.' Hurry in for best selection. MATTEMERSEY KNITS 5 4 \ printed matte jersey knits. First qual­ ity selection, 2 to 9 yard lengths. $ 1 J|Q ■ Mm 36\ DRAPERY FABRICS Barks, twills, sheetings and wap , polished cottons in a vari- ety erf prints and solid col- m P v t m ors. B to 10 yard lengths. VO. UPHOLSTERY AND SLIPCOVER FABRICS Choose from a wide selec­ tion of colors and patterns. 3 to I S yard lengths. 1 . 9 7 , CHARGE IT! 100% Olefin® polypropylene with non- skid waffle backing. Avocado, gold, blue- green or orange. A R M S T R O N G * A C C O N I T E * VINYL SURFACE FLOOR COVERING Ideal for areas where a non-permanent floor covering is desired. Long-wearing Surface,)eltback,12' wide. Five patterns. LOWVILLE P LAZA - AT THE “ Y ” W e st Leyden Notes By Mrs. Bertha Goodhines Ph. 3 4 8 8570 JOURNAL AND REPUBLICAN,LOWVILLE,N.Y. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 14, 1973 | 1 WEST LEYDEN - Mrs. Rita Bronson and daughter, Colleen, Constablevllle, Mrs. Lorena Walsh, Constablevllle, and Mrs. Ira Goodhines called on Mrs. Betty Burkhart, Oneida, recently. ' D. William Swancott, 67, a res­ ident of McKeever, died F eb. 20 In his borne. He was born Aug­ ust 6. 1905. la Swancott Mills, son of Mr. Witltam and Dora Barker Swancott, He mar­ ried the former Verna L Free­ man on Christmas Eve, 1925, in Lee Center. The coujrfe lived in Lee Center and later tn Ta- berg, returning to Swancott Mills ln 1947. He was Town of Lewis Superintendent before moving to McKeever. where he was em­ ployed by tbe Gould Paper Co., The Rice Veneer Co., and foe Georgia-Pacific Co. Mr. Swan­ cott retired from the employ of foe Old Forge Supply Co. ln No­ vember of this past year. Be­ sides his wife, be Is survived by six daughters, Mrs. (Valetta) gooklns, West Branch, Mrs. George (Joyce) Myers, Vienna, Va.; Mrs. Donald (Lorene) Young, Laguka Hills, Calif.; Mrs. Evan (Marjorie) Parry, Otter Lake; Mrs. Richard (Sylvia) Hough, West Monroe; Mrs. David (Ja­ nette) Bishop, Plattsburg; three sens, Jack Swancott, Boonville; Douglas McKeever; David, Fair­ fax, Va.; a slater, Mrs, Rowena Lewis, Taberg and a brother, Harris Swancott, of Lee Center. Burial took place at Evergreen Cemetery, Stokes. Miss Sbarron Hyblcky, daugh­ ter of Mr. and Mrs, Edward Ry- bicky. West Leyden, and Wayne Cunningham, scat of Mr, and Mrs. George Cunningham, Inlet, were married Jan. 13 at 11 a.m, in St. M bit ' s Catholic Church, West Leyden. Rev. TKbmas Driscoll performed tte double-ring cere­ mony and celebrated foe Nuptial Mass. Mrs. Howard Urtt was organ tab Escorted by her fa­ tter, tte bride wore a white brocade gown with stand-up sat­ in collar, long sleeves and satin cuffs. A Camelot headpiece held a shoulder-length veil, and she carried a bouquet of red sweet­ heart roses and white carnations. Mias Barbara Simon and Alan Cunningham, tte brldgroom’s brother, attended foe couple. Miss Linda Baertschl was brRJe- matd and Allen Ryblcky, the bride’s brother, was usher. A reception was held at the West Leyden Hotel and foe couple now reside in Yorkvllle. Mr. Cun­ ningham attended the State U- nlverslty CoUege at Plattsburg and Is a graduate of Career Aca­ demy, Chicago. He ls employed by St. Luke’s Hospital Center, New Hartford, Mrs, Cunningham hut a bachelor’s degree ln Eng­ lish Education fromState Univer­ sity of Albany. Mr. and Mrs. JamesSturtevant were called to ArUooa by foe death of her brother this past week. They will return In two weeks. Frank A. Berwick, Sr., 66, Turin Road, West Leyden, dledln the Rome Hospital on March 3. He had been a patient one day. He had been in Ol health for the past eight years. He was bom June 1912 in Wild Rose, Wise, He was married to the former Mary Soenowskl, He worked tor foe Rlmlller Box Factory In West Leyden an a boy. He was em­ ployed by General Cable ln Rome for 12 years and by Chicago Pneumatic tn Utica until his re­ tirement In 1965. He was a member ot St. Joseph’s Church, Boonville. Be­ sides his wife he leaves two sons, Frank A., Jr., Boonvtlle, and Walter J ., West Branch, a daugh­ ter, Mrs. Bradley (Mary Jane) Converse, West Leyden; three brothers, Walter of St. Peters­ burg, Joseph of Chicago, and Ed­ ward ot Boonville; two sisters Miss Angelene Borwick of Albany and Mrs. Pauline Hanauerof Utica. Burial will take place tn St, Joseph Cemetery, Boonville la the spring. . _ Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kaldo and family, along with Mr, and Mrs. Charles Beyel have return­ ed from two weeks ln Florida. Allan Sanchaz has returned home from the Rome hospital where he was a patient after a snow tobaggan accident. Mrs. Bill Kwasniewski and daughter of Liverpool, England, are spending some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Good­ hines and family. Salmon At VFW P arley Father Albert G. Salmon, pas­ tor of St. Mary’s Church, Glen­ fleld, a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars National Sec­ urity Committee, arrived ln Washington Friday, March 2, to participate to the Veterans at Foreign Wars annual Mfd-Wlnter Conference of National Officers and Department Commanders. He attended V.F.W. committee meetings and participated in briefings by government and mi­ litary leaders over the weekend. Monday, Mar. 5, conference delegates headed by Commander- In-Chief Patrick E. Carr, of Me­ tairie, La., appeared before the Senate Veterans AffalrsCommit- Tuesday, Mar. 6, the V.F.W. leaders and state winners of foe V.F.W. Voice ol Democracy pro­ gram, a broadcast scrlptwrtttng contest, appeared before the House Veterans Affairs Com­ mittee and Iafer met with thetr respective Congressional dele­ gations. The Congressional Banquet Tuesday evening, Mar. 6 high­ lighted the conference. Sen. John Stennls (Miss,), Chairman of tte Senate Armed Services Commit­ tee, received the Tenth Annmial V.F.W. Congressional Award at the dinner \for outstanding ser­ vice to the nation.” The award was presented to Stennts in ab­ sentia. Approximately 2,500 persons attended the formal banquet, in­ cluding Congressmen, Supreme Court Justices, military leaders and senloT government officials, winner of the Voice of Demo­ cracy contest, who received a 510,000 scholarship, was an­ nounced and delivered the winning script on \My Responsibility To Freedom” at the banquet. The dinner was the final event of the five-day V.F.W. Conference. S & H G R E E N S T A M P S S f - H New From WAYNE 36 % D A M BK.EN Trythe WAYNE Cares Program to Increase Milk Production a n d Decrease Costs ' WA VISE 3 6 % DAM Y BLRN IS A COMPLETE FEED READY TO MIX WITH GOVERNMENT CRAINS. OR OTHER INGREDIENTS TO TAKE THE GAMBLE OUTOFFEEDING!!! L O W V I L L E F E E D & G R A I N S f r H G R E E N S T A M P S S& H t

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