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i l i i i £ A W. -V(r, , ' H A L 1 S T A T E VANTED TERED KSES is Student sors for rogram >red bv UNTY AREA TIONAL TER • 501 41-1-c new and benefits iterested ig to work 41-l.c RENT naU apartment , lrntshed, heated, <3, Also, kitchen- combined, fur- floor, 376-3043. t room Furnished tittles included. Phone 348*6065* 41-2-c 1 for heifer pas- Lehman. 346- 41-l-c pen room apart- Street, Inquire , Lowville. N.Y, 41-U p if-furntshed one ment, In Low- 5s and churches. « DuFIo Agency* 41-1-c rnlshed comfor- ooms. N earbus- ■ath with shower, eeL Phone 376- 41-2-c ttable May 1. 2 Irs apartment, kitchen, living, i- Also use of wants 1 year fealty-376-315L 35-tf-c a apartm ents in tile, Immediatp and refrtgera- ^-$95 per month, or appointment. 22-tf-c THANKS THANKS nk my friends, efghbor.^ Con- tan for use- of Fathers Cotter, men, Dr, Reed for thetr manv shown rne while hospital. Bill 4 1 - l.c THANKS erofSL Peters- like to express •predation for tetters and flo- recent illness ?r beloved bus- She e^pecinllt *nk her nophev. „ and Mrs. Al­ so piariouslv to attend the Fort her in her 41-1-c Vds!! REAL FNTATK FOR SAI.K: Horn— In l.owville In need of ■ little tinkering: One three bedroom, another wllh four bed­ rooms, and a two family home. Investment range from 45,000 to 48,000. Select now and save. DuFki Agencv, Inc., 876-2323. 41-l.c REAL ESTATE FOR SALE: Two bedroom furnished camp on Os- wegatchle River, off Long Pond Road. Roy Wetmore, Lowvllle RJD, S, River Road. 41-1-p REAL ESTATE FOR SALE: Eight room bouse in Castorland. Hot water heat. Immediate posses­ sion. Price reduced. Phone 346-6684. Donald Farney. 36-tf-c REAL ESTATE FOR SALE* ThTee bedroom home, oil heat, 1 1/2 story, 20 x 45 garage. Priced to sell. Phone 348-6117. 40-2-p WANTED TO RENT WANTED TO RENT: Unfurnished two bedroom apartment In Low­ vllle vicinity for young couple. No children. Contact Mr. Kelly, 376-7576. 4l-l-p ROOM AMD BOARD: And care for elderly person. In town. For Information call 376-3043. 41-1-c REAL ESTATE HEAL ESTATE WANTED: List- tngs. Farm, ncreage, business, home and vacation properties. Have out of slate buyers. New York Yankee Really A. Petrus Salesman • Adams 232-4811. Main office located In south­ eastern New York. 41-4-c REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE: Six room home three blocks from downtown Lowvllle on large lot. Big, half-finished attic, heato- lator stone fireplace, much sto­ rage space, huge work bench, many extras.Calt 376-203*1 after 5 or weekends. 40-2-c , REAL ESTATE WANTED: By principals. Acreage. ■ bare farms, camps, woodlots. Any­ where, cash, particulars, price. \Gordon 786 East 5 Street, Brooklya, N.Y. 11218, Phone 212-853-6450.’* 30-tf-C REAL feSTATE FOR .SALE: Three bedroom modern home, 1 1/2 baths, carpeting, central cleaning system, fully insulated, large back lawn, large garage. Write to Box SO, cate of Journal and RepubUcan. 37 -tf-c REAL ESTATE FOR SALE: One 13 1/2 acre land parcel with small stream, some woods. Would make good home site or camping area. Also, one build­ ing lot 90 x 250 ft., ready to build on. G.H. Prashaw, 376- 6994. 41-2-p L e w i s C o u n t y L i v e s t o c k M a r k e t R e p o r t M a y 2 4 & COWS Good .34-.40 3/4 Medium .28; .35 Canners BULLS Good Bulls Up To .46 1/2 17 .30 Medium .37-.441/2 Light .30.40 CALVES Heavy Bobs .45% 55 Light Bobs .42 .50 RECEIPTS COWS- 113 CALVES 285 SALE TIMES Mon.- 5:30 Thurs. - 1:30 p.m. C O M M ISSIO N RA T E S Calves $ 1 . 5 0 Cows $ 5 . 2 5 FOR TOP MARKET PRICES AT THE LOWEST C O M M ISSIO N RATES SEN D YOUR CATTLE TO Large Selection Of Springing Heifers On Hand At All Times Lomeo B rothers Cattle D e a lers « — M M l Please call early lor trucking 376-3112 or 376-7209 Empire Livestock Marketing Co-Operative Lowville 376-7441 or 376-7221 I Regular Sales Auction I Every Monday John J. M a h o n e y SALES TIME 1:3(1 p.m. I m I i A Catve* Selling Much Stronger Thi* Week Please call your trucker early or call 376 7441 or 376-7221 for truck service fo the market. r o e TRUCKING- t o W A t i m O W N M A R K E T THURSDAYS C A U : t o w v i m A*IA Die * RUSH 776 7776 a, C.liMlHT jM A ISK A II C l/ ll lf 797 2 SOS rOPff.KAGf* 6 tt*NA*0 DONlf* 688 7*4# CAPIHAfit ARfA HffrftUT MONfC.OMMY m u*3 W A N T E D !!! W» dasparataly need houaai, old. now, remodeled in any prlco range, for qualified buyert. We receive many calls everyday for these houses, fl you have been thinking of selling your home, please call for details on having the professionals handle your sale. Where service is our motto. DONEY REALTY Michael Doney - Salesm an 376-3151 41-l-c SAVE ON OUR LOW PRICED LISTINGS CROGHAN, l acre of land with a small trout stream, 16 x 32 foot capped cellar ready to build. $2,500. CARTHAGE RT. # 3 , over 2 1/2 acres of land with a drilled well and new pump, $3,090. CASTORLAND, SO acres of land with Black River frontage, only $4,300. CARTHAGE RT. 8A, 8 acres of land very good for building lots, 2,500 Christmas trees some ready for this years market, $4,700. LOWVILLE RT. 1, about 30 acres of land $5,000. BRANTTNGHAM LAKE, camp 8 rooms, 5 bedrooms, bath, fire place, and much more, this camp ls right on the lake and must be sold to settle an estate. DON’T WAIT BEFORE SOMEONE BEATS YOU TO THESE BAR­ GAINS. For appointment only call my salesman Floyd Zehr, Croghan $46-1265, If you have property to sell call on us we work day and night for our clients. STAN CZEPIEL Realtor IT* MAIM tTtttt BOOHVIltl. N.Y. e FLOYD ZEHR S a l e s m a n PH CROGHAN 346-1265 CASTORLAND, N.Y. REAL ESTATE IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS! 39-3-c We Stress Service! Beaver Falls - 4 bedroom - 1 1/2 baths - living, dining, kitchen, and laundry room. $14,000 Watson - 2 bedroom deluxe trailer located on 3 acres of prime land with 1 1/2 stall garage - deluxe equipment Including self- eletnlng oven, etc. Lowvllle - 3 bedroom home, with new furnace, living, dining, kitchen, 1 1/2 baths, $9,000. Lowville - S bedroom home on quiet street, 1 1/2 baths, large lot, new carpet In dining room asking $ 15,000. Turin - and 26, Large garage, located on 8 acres, located on Kts. Ideal location for building lots. $12,000. 12D We have these and many more fine listings. For appointments on these or any of our fine listings call for appointment. R E A L T Y M ic h a e l D o n e y - S a le s m a n ________ 3 7 6 - 3 1 5 1 — L o w v i l l e * t t L PRICES A R E GOING UP!! but we can say that even though the price of lumber awl other building supplies are Increasing, the cost of theaehomes has NOT gone up. Croghan, William SL This Is a very nice* modular tome, sit- oated on two lots. Large living room, 3 bedrooms, kitchen and dining area, bathroom,, and utility room. Everything in excellent condition. Also 2 stall garage. Priced to sell. Cascade Ave., Lowvtlle, 2 story, 4 bedrooms, bath, double living room, dining room, and large kitchen, oil heat. Owner wtll sell oo cootTact to reliable parties. River St. m Lowvllle, N.Y,, very pleasant location. Six rooms and bath down, bedroom and large hall up. OH heat Garage. $11,000, Investigate soon. REAL ESTATE * INSURANCE BROKER 7 * 4 2 STATE ST . LOWVILLE. N.Y. W* AM LOOKING kOR NSW LISTINGS 41-1-C Police (Continued From Page 1) frame vacation home of Geneva Attorney Arthur Arms, located on the Swackhammer Road ln the Town of West Turin. According to troopers, the pair broke Into the camp about April 15 and stole a quantity of whiskey, an Intercom system, a telephone and other miscellaneous items valued at more than $200. All but the whiskey was recovered. In the Course of the Investi­ gation, it was determined that the pair were also allegedly respon­ sible for an entry at the Con- stablevllle Elementary School on April 15, at which time they al­ legedly stole a valuable tape re­ corder. Van A tta, charged with third degree burglary, appeared before Lowvllle Justice Henry 0. Schaab. He was released In his own recognizance to await grand Jury action. Tbe fifteen year old youth will be treated In Lewis County Family Court. In other police activities, she­ riff’s deputies wrapped up a bad check case that dates back to nearly a year. Guy A, Merry, J r ., 25, and Mrs. Rita Ann Merry, is, Carthage, were arrested May 22 by deputies on charges of Issuing bad checks. Deputies said the charges stem from a complaint issued tn tbe village of Lowvllle coart by De­ puty J.D. Bailey charging the couple, In August, 1972, Issued bad checks to the Grand Union Store in Lowvllle. Arraigned before Justice Ro­ bert King, Village of Lowvtlle, they entered pleas of guilty, Sei. tenclng was deferred to a later date. Doctor - (Continued From Page 1) John Dalton, Delray Beach, Fla. A community memorial ser­ vice was held at the Beaver Falls United Methodist Church, Maple Street building. May 24, Rev. Bruce Chapman officiating, as­ sisted by Rev. Richard Northrop. Dr, Dalton’s remains are be­ ing returned to this country and will be buried tn Albany Rural Cemetery. Mrs. Hath way Dead At 8 8 Mrs. Olive L. Hathway, 88, widow of Bert Hathway, South Street, HarrisvUle, died ln the Kinney Nursing Home, Gou* verneur, on May 17. Mrs. Hathway was bom AprU7, 1895, In the Town of Pitcairn, daughter of Edwin and Elvira Kelsey Love, She attended Ant* i werp Training Class and taught in several school districts, in­ cluding Vrooman Ridge, Macomb and Pitcairn Forks. She wss also a tutor ln New York City. She was mtrrled to Bert Hath­ way by Rev. Frank Jones in Har­ rlsvllle and the couple lived tn this community all of their mar­ ried lives. Mr. Hathway died In 1957. She was A member of the Har­ rlsvllle United Methodist Church and of the WSCS morning class. Surviving are two step-sons, Leon Hathway, Harrlsvllle and Earl Hathway, Corinth; nine grandchildren, 10 great-grand- children, nieces and nephews. The funeral was May 20 at the Scanlon Funeral Home, and at the Harrlsvllle United Methodist Church, Rev. Frank Scolt atticla- tlng. Burial was In Harrlsvllle Cemetery, Students (Continued From Page 1) JOURNAL & REPUBLICAN,LOWVILLE,N.V. WEDNESDAY. M A Y 30, 1973 Peter Lee, JosephMarclnkowskl, James Marcy, Cheryl Meyer, Pa- * , J ¥ triela Moonan, Jeanette Paladlno, 1 w f* J1 LI Cl | U l V Robert Patrick, Lyuda Perry, - Arthur Pocchlart, Cynthia Saw- I I ? , SW Jane Walker, Cynthia Wil- l l l C l l C l S 4 yer, llams, Sandra Yauger and Bonita Z elgler; Grade 10: Edward Anna, Mary Bailey, Mark Bronson, Karla Carpenter, Natalie Gallo, Melinda Hicks, Hubert Iseneker, Robin Jenks, Allen Joslin, Melody Martin, Charlene Montgomery, Sarah Pfeiffer, Susan Sasenbury, Elinor Pritchard, Kenneth Stabb and Dorothy UrtZ; Grade 9: Ro­ bert Aim, WUHam Bortlatynskl, Joan Capron, Donna Cronlser, Daniel Czeplel, Stanley Czeptel, Rhonda Dolan, Sharon Duell, Eli­ zabeth Ernst, Paul Gatley, Pa­ trick Golden, Adratn Grenier, Lewis County grand Jury con­ vened May 21 and handed down seven closed and four open in­ dictments before County Judge George R. Davis. Mrs. Alma Beck was foreman of the Jury. District Attorney Nathaniel B. Merrell acted for the people. Jerry Dorn Cook was Indicted on charges of forgery, second degree, and criminal possession of a forged Instrument, second de­ gree. He ls alleged to have completed a written instrument, a check Beth Ann Kelly, Esther Klmpton, to cash at the Oneida Na Sharon Kopczenskt, Klrp Notary, Judy Kramer, Beth MacIntyre, Elaine Mahaffy, Cathleen Mur­ phy, Tberese Owens, Kevin Pel­ legrino, Robert Pellegrino, Kelly Pfendler, Nancy Pruckno, Zada tlonal Bank and Trust Company of Central New York, Boonvllle, in the amount of $32.25 with Intent to defraud Marcelle A. Sunder­ land. Raymond C, Ortlelb, J r ., In- FfuV,Si to^ le* ,J™n‘,er dieted on tbe same two charges, tott, Dale Turner,GeraM Tyler, au egedjy drew a check on the Oneida National Bank In the a- Ltnda Williamson, David Yager and Kim Young; Grade 8: Fran­ ces Breen, Carol Egnaczyk, Su­ san Freeman, Christine Fulmer, Sandra Kelly, Carol Korameyer, Jeffrey Loucks, Deborah Lyon, Mary Mahaffy, Carla McLaugh­ lin, Douglas Nickerson, Lynn Russell, Gemrge Wandover, Den­ nis Fountain, Edward Irvin, Mi­ chael Kessler, Thomas Pruckno, Patricia Roggte, Steve Burnett, Michael Croneiser, John Rose, Scott Sessions, Cherl Zelgler, Valerie Bucke, David LaBom- bard, Roger Cronlser, Mona Rudd, Deborah Schwelnsberg, Dale Cyr, Nadine Szewczyk and Kevin McDougal; Grade 7:Pamela Barber, Jacqueline Green, Diane deRoos, Rldiard Howard, Chris­ topher Larrlvey, Donna Meekins, Kathy Moonan, Tracy Pfendler, Marie Sins, Jann Belevich, Ja­ mes Burke, Cathy Cavanaugh, Robin Converse, Ronald Duda. T ’k _ j a , Theresa Garbarlno, David Har- U G U C ! A t 4 V tta, Michael Henry, William Isen­ eker, Lorain Nenenback, Crystal Swancott, Renee Tanner, Regin­ ald Wleezerzak, Ann Matte Wor­ den, Lesley Lemleur, Pamela Mason, Brenda Schue, Laurie Swalgln, Joanne Wilbert, Frede­ rick Wood, Timothy Beasock, Jo­ seph Healt, Peter Croneiser, Ti­ mothy Kelly, Brian Testa, Gre­ gory Grower, Renee Hammond, Kathleen Klosner, Alice Rauscher and Lorraine Stabb. mount of $67, payable to himself with Intent to defraud Marcelle A. Sunderland. Norman Delles was Indicted on charges of grand larceny, third degree, and welfare fraud, after he allegedly, through the period of Dec, 1, 1971, to March 31, 1972, obtained the sum of $374.60 aid from social ser­ vices under false pretenses. David H. Guiles and Leroy D. Guiles were charged with bur­ glary, third degree, and petit larceny and criminal trespass, second degree, when on April 7, 1973, they allegedly entered and remained unlawfully in a building owned by Burdette Cavanaugh and took whiskey valued at $4.60, L.T. Murphy REAL ESTATE FOPS ALE: Home For Sale * Pine Grove Area with additional Income property. Approximately 15 acres of pine woods with large trout pond Home has 2 foil baths, 3 large bedrooms, tmussal knotty pine finished family room, large liv­ ing room, dining room, utility room. Kltchenhasbullt-Indtsh* washer, disposal, Indirect light­ ing and breakfast area. Large screened porch. AM/FM built ln sound system. Intercom sys­ tem, tv and telephone outlets to most roonis. Carpeted bed­ rooms, living room and dining room. All electric with 400 AMP entrance and adequate wir­ ing certification, 2 car garage and black top drive. Seperate storage garage. Free standing fireplace. Income property Is rented. 3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, large living room, dining room, kitchen. Den, 2 car garage. Fireplace. 2 separate shop buildings. Shown by ap­ pointment only. Call Phil R, Greene. 376-7067 or write P.O. Box 188, Lowvllle, N.Y. 13367. 40-2-c L I O A l NOTICE Sealed bids are requested for transportation of pupils la the LnwviUe Academy & Oitfral School District* Bids should be in a sealed envelope marfced^BftV’ Bids wilt be opened on June 7, 1973 at 2:00 1\M. tn the office of the Administrative Assistant, KDGAR S.K- MF.HtUXL.n Cenlra!School Dlstrfcf No. J Lowvllle, New York 13367 41*2»c OFFICIAL 1973 PRIMARY ELECTION NOTICE Pursuant to the provisions of Section 73 of the Flection Law, notice Is hereby elvpnthsftheOf­ ficial Primary Election for con­ tested public office for the en­ rolled voters of the Democratic Party, ONLY, in the County of Lewis, will be held on Monday, June 4th, 1973, from 12:00 Noon until 9:00 P.M,, in the evening. The contested public office for which candidates ate to be no­ minated are as follows: PUBLrC OFFICE Chief Judge of the Court of Ap­ peals NOTE: Section 149, Flection Law, (Chapter 684, Laws of 1959 and Chapter 1042, Laws of I960) provides that al! persons desig­ nated for uncontested offices or positions at a Primary Flection shall be deemed nominated o r p- lected thereto, as the case maybe, without balloting. Therefore, the polls will be open for voting on Primary Day, June 4th, 1973, for only enrolled voters of the Democratic Party in Lewis County, Dated: May 22nd, 1973 Lowvllle, New York KAREN DAILEY IMELT>A \V. GLENN CommLsnlnnerr‘> of Flections and Custodians of I’rlm.irv Heeords of the County of L ewis, New York* 41-1-c LEGAl , NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAPING Notice Is hereby given that 8 public hearing will be held In th* office of the Lewis County Civil Service Commission, County Court House, Lowvllle, \New York at 10 a.m. o’clock on Monday, June 11, 1973 to add lixJ delete titles ln the several Appendices to the Rules and to make such other changes a s are deemed ne­ cessary and desirable for the ef­ fective operation of Civil Ser- vtce In the County of Lewis, Such proposed changes are a- available for Inspection daring business hours at the Commission office, Lewis County Civil Service Commission Dated: May 17, 1973 Attest Mrs. Elizabeth J . Scho# Executive Secretary 40-3-c NOTICE Take notice that 1, the under­ signed collector for the Village of Port Leyden have received the tax roll and warrant for the col­ lection of taxes for the year June 1, 1973 - May 3 1, 1974 and that I will attend at My residence In said Village from June 1, 1973. June 30, 1973 from two o’clock ln the afternoon until six o’clock In the afternoon excepting Sa­ turdays, Sundays and holidays for the purpose of receiving such taxes during which time taxes may be paid to me without additional charge. Take further notice that on all such taxes remainingunpaldafter July I, 1973 five percent will be added for the first month and an additional one-half of ontrpereent for each additional month or frac­ tion thereof thereafter until paid. Dated: May J8, 1973 RAYMOND J. BAILEY Collector 40-2-c Compete In Concert On Friday, May 18, the Bea­ ver River Concert Band and Con­ cert Cbolr attended the NYSSMA - oompetltlon tor major organiza­ tions which waa held at Beaver River. The concert band under Lionel Suave received the high­ est rating which titer have re­ ceived a - B (good) rating tn Grad# V (difficult) music. The Concert Choir under Joseph Per­ ry received the highest rating which they have ever received - an A (excellent) in Grade VI (most difficult) music. A week earlier Ihe soloand en­ semble competition took place tn Clayton at the new Thousand Is­ lands Central School. The grades for Beaver River were: Chora, leera, 8A; Vocaieers, 4B plus; 8th grade ensemble, SB plus; Cheryl Wetmore, contralto, 6A plus; Ron Larget, bass, 6B plus; Denise Farney, soprano, SBplus; Doug Martin, piano, 6A; Steve Martin, tenor, 4B plus; and Rose Van Arnam, mezzo soprano, 4C plus. Also, Debbie Wright, clarinet, SB; Steven Martin, trench horn, SB plus; Jim Marllley, trum­ pet, 5B; Dave Marllley, trom­ bone, 8A minus; Cheryl Schwei­ tzer, clarinet, 4B plus; Anne Marie Stanek, alto sax, 6A;Bqth. any Wldrlck, french horn 3B; John VtrUer, baritone, 3B plus; BUI Stanek, trombone, 2 A minus; Sheri Vlrkler, clarinet, 3B plus; Debbie Wright, Alto sax, 3A minus; Michele Lehman, clar­ inet, 6B plus; Joe Stanek, bari­ tone sax, 8B; Irene Stanek, flute, 5B; Nancy Chapman, clarinet 48; Mike Taube, cornet, LA; Shelia Lyndaker, snare drum, 4B; Sam Chamberlain, cornet, 6A. Boys’ League Action Begins The International League por­ tion of LowvlUe Boys League be­ gan action last week with all games played despite Impending Inclement weather. Things went normally except for a tie game between the Yankees and Whtrly- blrds and a field protest by the Sandatoners ln their gameagalnst the Leathernecks, Two teams emerged undefeated and look very strong « the Mets with good pit­ ching, four home runs by Kevin Hurley and an overall strong team effort won two lopsided contests and the Stars behind Tim Marolf registered the only shutout of the week. The rest of the league seems very competitive with any learn capable of winning. The latest standings: Stars, 3, and Homogenlzers, 0; WMrlyblrds, 16, and Yankees, 16 (tie); Crackers, 16, and Kings, 9; Mets, 24, and Mohllers, 2; Leathernecks, 4, and Sand- stoners, 3; Homogenfzers, 6, and WMrlyblrds, 5; Kings, 13, and Sandstcners, 12; Mets, 22, and Crackers, 2. Leo T. Murphy, 79, West Road, Constableville, died May 16 at bome. He was born at ConstablevUle, Dec, 18, 1893, a son of Francis and MargaretEllen Crowley Mur­ phy. During World War I, he Joined the Nary and served aboard the battleship U.S.S. Florida. He was later employed at Western Electric at Irvington, N.J., re­ turning to Constableville where he was engaged tn farming with bis brothers. He retired In 1966. On June 11, 1924, he married Margaret M, Cunnlngbam tn Mid­ dletown. Mr. Murphy was a member of the Senior Citizens Club of Con- stablevtlle and Boonvllle. He Is survived by his widow, Mrs, Margaret-Murphy; (wo dau­ ghters, Mrs. Karl (Marie) Kom- meyer, Boonvllle, Mrs. Warren (Dorothy) Nafis, Glendora,Calif.; a brother, Eugene M. Murphy, Constableville; a sister, Miss Margaret Murphy, Potsdam; 21 grandchildren; two great-grand­ children. The funeral was May 19 at the Tralnor Funeral Home, Boon- vtile, and at 1 p.m. In St. Mary’s Church, Constableville, Rev. Ro­ bert Cotter, pastor, officiating. Burial was In the church ceme­ tery. ' P r o m o t e d Coast Guard Aviation Struct­ ural Mechanic Third Class Paul D» Levesque, son of Mr.andMrs, Richard D, Levesque, Brantlng­ ham, was promoted to his pre­ sent rank at the Coast Guard Air Station at Barbers Point, Hawaii, May 15* JOrNS FBI - Wayne Monnat, son of Mr. and Mrs. Niles Monnat, 5304 Rural Ave., Lowville has been accepted in the Federal Bu­ reau of Investigation and Is to report to Washington, D,C# on June 25. He will be a June graduate of Lowvllle Academy. Mrs. Everard, 7 0 , Expires Mrs. Elvina Everard, 70, of William Street, Croghan, widow of Gregory Everard, died May 18 In Carthage Area Hospital, where she had been a patient 44 days. She was born ln New York City Dec. 1, 1902, daughter of George and Rose Bender Sher­ man, As a young girl she re­ sided ln New York City. On March 23, 1924, she was mar­ ried to Gregory Everard In St. Stephen’s Church, Croghan, by Rev, Anthony Busch, O.F.M. The couple had lived tn the Croghan Section. Mr. Everard died Jan. 5, 1969. Mrs. Everard was a member of SL Stephen’s Church. Mrs. Everard ls survived by four daughters, Mrs, Thomas (Vivian) Ferraute, Revere, Mass., Mrs, Joseph (Doris) Bushey, Chelsea, Mass., Mrs. Ira (Betty) Caskey. Hobbs, N.M., Mrs. Donald (AllcejFamey,Cas­ torland; seven sons, Robert, Pen­ sacola, Fla., Dr. Kenneth E- verard, Titusville, N.J., Law­ rence, Carthage, Roy, Beaver Falls, Clark, Salem, NJL, Lynn at home; two brothers, Harry Shermond, Long Island, George Sherman, address unknown; 33 grandchildren and three great­ grandchildren. The funeral was May 21 In St. Stephen’s Church, Rev. Anthony Moore, pastor, officiating. Burial was ln the church cemetery. Concert Set At B.R.C.S. On Thursday evening, June 7, at 8 p.m., the Music Department Of Beaver River Central School will present the annual Indoor- outdoor concert In the auditorium. The concert choir wtU perform \Softly Along the Road of Even­ ing,” \Waters Ripple and Flow,” and \Worthy Is tbe Lamb and Amen” from The Messiah. The Senior Choir will sing “ Jazz Gloria,” ' ’Precious Lord Take My Hand,” and \Go Away from My Window.” The Chora­ leers will sing “ The CrickeL” The choruses will be directed by Mr. Joseph Perry. The band, Under the direction of Mr, Lionel Snare, will per­ form a variety of marches, show tunes, and traditional band num­ bers. Bowmen St. Castorland, N. Y. HARRISVILLE DISCOUNT FURNITURE 1 , 1 \iris C o u n ty * Xr iei’st F u r n iture O u tlet CONTINUED SALE ★ * A * UATHER—UKE RECtlNEft CHAIR hordwod Irtim© eHotc* ol color* SALE *64.44 DREAMLAND 1NNERSPRING MATTRESS S BOX SPRING \ J °3 s»g. SkV.VS SALE '37.77 IACH FUU-UNGTH SOFA BEDS In cho!c4* ol cofor* *•«. SSV.S5 SALE *77.77 GOOSE-NECK PLATFORM ROCKER with ! obrit coy*r Cbaic* o! tolof* SALE '68.86 SAtE HOURS 10 o .m . - 8 p.m. WED.,MAY 22 THRU SAT MAY 25 ★ ★ FREE DELIVERY — EASY TERMS ★ ★ CHURCH ST.. HARRISVItlE Turn by Nntion.il Bank PHONE 543-2400 * w- -■--a - I-/. * .j'fe y?-:r. i '***-

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