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1 ^ * MODERN DRY CLEANING MACHINES AND CLEAN FACILITIES J SAVE Money On Dry Cleaning! I I I I I I I I I I I ( L DRY CLEANING* WASHERS 30c & 35c Parking For Customers Only Corner ol State ft Water Street. PIONEER LAUNDRAMAT DUPLEX LAUNDRY a DRY CLEANERS I I l J Glenfield Areo News By Mrs. Alice Kogut Ph. 376-3377 - GLENFIELD - Mrs, Eleanor Jones was honored with a sur­ prise party on her 71st birth­ day, May 31, at her home by the Valley Homemakers Chap­ ter, Attending were Connie Gy­ desen, Teanle Jones, Liz Cobb, Donna Jones, Nellie Grabb, Ma­ ry Marks, Francis Young, Dawn Miller and Mrs. Jones great grandson, Scott Miller. She re­ ceived many gilts and a shower of yarn. Her grandaughter,Dawn MUler, made a beautiful cake and punch was served. Members of the Valley Home­ makers Chapter are reminded that the June banquet and In­ stallation of officers will be held at the Little Hotel, June 7, com­ mencing at 6:30 p.m. with a R O B E R T P A C E P I A N O S T U D I O GUITAR VOICE STRINGS M r. P e ter B e y e r a n d Mrs. M a rguerite Harris 3 7 6 - 7 2 5 8 37 6 - 2 0 2 9 I f I n t e r e s t e d I n L e s s o n s , C o n t a c t M u s t B e M a d e B e f o r e J u n e 1 5 . cocktail hour. Ezra Howell IS a patient a- gain at the Lewis County Gen­ eral Hospital. His wife, Grace Howell, Is spending some time with their daughter, Pat, to Rome. Robert Knickerbocker is a medical patient at Lewis County General Hospital also. Our Little Leaguers have two more losses - Forestport and West Leyden. One patrol of Boy Scouts con­ sisting of Mike Raymond, Mike Kogut, Jeff Kogut, Peter Bea- dore, and Paul Beadore spent 2 nights and a day camping out at Little Otter Lake area. They spent their time fishing for trout. The same weekend there was a report of a bear ln the area, but not by the campers. E. F rank Kogut has purchased aa acre lot from Leon Duncan above Old Glendale. A new house trailer will be placed there. On the 23 of June, he will be mar­ ried to Bonnie Manzer of Mar­ tlnsburg at SL Mary's Church ln Glenfleld. The fourth graders of SL Pe­ ter's School spent Thursday on the Bush farm outside ot Low­ vllle. A good time was had by aU. Sincere sympathy is extended to tbe Foote family andtheShum- way family. Mrs. Ben Smith was a pneu­ monia patient ln the Lewis Coun­ ty General Hospital from May 30 to June 2. T e n n i s C l u b S t a n d i n g s Results of the Lowvllle Tennis Club Men’s Doubles, end of week five: Doug Anderson andD.Char­ trand, 7-0; Don Anderson and E. Harvey, 6-3; C. Kellogg and B. Gravely, 4-4; John Brooks and Dr. Barnes, 1-1; William Reed and M. HearW, 2-6; T. Bryant and A Brown, J r ., 0-4; J. Parker and E. Watkins, 6-1; G. Alien and R. Rianl, 2-3; G. Jones and D. Bishop, 0-7; L. Strife and M. Strife, 1-4; and F. Johnson and Rev. Willard Newman, 3-4. Anyone interested ln joining the second half of our Round Ro­ bin please contact Dick Chart- rand at 376-3424 or Doug Ander­ son at 376 - 3073. The second half Round Robin will start the week of June 18th. Also anyone inter­ ested In organising a mixed doubles league please contact either Doug or Dick. There are two lights installed now that operate until 10:15 p.m. for anyone wishing to play at night. Members are asked to please make up any matches not played yet and report the results as soon as possible. Any suggestions for the second half would be wel­ comed. JOURNAL AND REPUBLICAN,LOWVILLE, N. Y. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1973 9 CHURCH BRIDE - Mtss Ann F. Thayer, daughter of Mrs. Edwin S. Thayer and the late Mr1.' Ed­ win S. Thayer, 1107 Champion Road, West Carthage, became the bride of David H. Hahcock, R.D. l, Newfleld, N.Y. at i p.m. on June 2 at SL James ChUrcb, Carthage. Father James Spen- ard O.S.A. officiated at the cere­ mony. The groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. \Han­ cock of Croghan. “ The bride, given In marriage by her brothers, E. Stephen Tha­ yer of Rochester, Mich, and Jared Thayer of Carthage, wore a gown ln princess style of whltevsatin with chiffon overlay. The bodice was trimmed with florql ap­ pliques and a trimmed skirt had appliques with daisy garland. The Ooor-length Illusion veil was held by a cap to match the dress. She carried a bouquet of majestic daisies with blue babies' breath and blue ribbons. . Jennifer H. Thayer, was her sister's maid of honor. She wore a blue and white floral voile In the style of a print halter dress with a matching Jacket. She car­ ried pink and white pompoms with a matching hair piece. Brides­ maids were Mrs, DeborahCham- berlaln of Newfleld, N.Y., a col­ lege friend of the bride; Mrs. Barbara Krotje of Ithaca, N.Y., a college friend; Mrs. Wl'itam (EUen) Ferguson of Watertown, a friend of the bride. They wore the same style as the maid of honor. Mrs. Charles R. Hancock, brother of the groom, was best man. Ushers were Mr. Mark Chamberlain, Newfleld,N.Y., Mr. Peter Krotje, Ithaca and Mr. Maynard Vance, Grand Gorge, N.Y. They all are college friends of the groom. A reception waa held Immedia­ tely after the ceremony with a buf­ fet at the Carlowden Country Club. Tbe couple spent a week ln Virginia for their honeymoon, Mrs. Hancock ls a 1*67 gradu­ ate of CarthageCentralanda 1971 graduate of Ithaca College. She ls employed by North Country Orthopaedic Group, PC Water­ town as a physical theraptstandby Greenbrlar Nursing Home as a therapy consultant. Mr. Hancock ls a 1967 gradu­ ate of Beaver River Central and a 1971 graduate of Cornell Univer­ sity. He Is presently a third year student at N. Y.S. College of Veterinary Medlclde a t Cornell, He is employed this summer by Dr. Marcus NeHus,a veterinarian from Cbaumont. This summer the Hancocks will reside at Point Salubrious, CbaumonL In the fall they will live at R.D. 1, Newfleld, N.Y. Naumburg Area News By Mrs. Irene Schulz . Ph. 493-1167 NORTH COUNTRY BUSINESS DIRECTORY GUIDE TO LOCAL SERVICES WHERE TO BUY I T . . , WHERE JO HATE IT DONE . . . E X P E R T SER ttC E S OF A T I KINDS. . . FOR SPACE IN THIS DIRECTORY CALL 376-3525, NAUMBURG - The First Con­ gregational Church, Deer River, enjoyed a \Come Home Sunday\ fbr former members and friends Sunday. A large crowd turned ouL Services at 11 a.m. were followed by a luncheon furnished by the women's fellowship. Mrs. Robert G. Wallace and Mrs. Leslie J . Pfaff, Carthage, were visitors of Mrs, Irene G, Schulz last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs.Herbert W.Cran- dall became parents o? a son, Herbert William, m , May 14 at Carthage Area Hospital. The past matrons and patrons Of Carthage Chapter No. 276 O.- E£. will hold a cookout June 3 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Holmes. Mrs. Irene G. Schulz Is post matron two times of the chapter. Mr. and Mrs. John Domagala, Mr, and Mrs. Donald Lenahan, Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Marolf, Mr, and Mrs. Altlson Sheldon and Mr. and Mrs, Donald Simpson were the five couples who have completed the three-year man­ agement course at ihe 10th annual farm management recognition banquet held by the Lewis county Cooperative Extension Service held at Candlelight Restaurant, Turin. Mrs. Nellie J. Tisse,82,Widow of Bert H. Tisse, died Sunday In Greenbrlar Nursing Home, Fol­ lowing services at St. James Church with Rev. John Wilson of­ ficiating, burial was made ln SL James Cemetery. She was born In the Town of Croghan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Jack­ son, and married Bert H. Tisse In 1915, who died ln March, 1969. Jacob W. Woolschlager, 83, formerly of Castorland, dledSat- urday at Sunset Nursing Home, Boonville, where he had been a resident since last October. Services were held Tuesday with Rev. Bruce Chapman officiating. Burial was made In Castorland Cemetery, Contributions ln hts name may be made to the mem­ orial fund of Beaver Valley U~ nlted Methodist Church. His nearest survivor ls an only sis­ ter, Clara, LowvlUe. Glenn F, Brouty, 59, Indian River, died Saturday at his home. Following funeral services Wed­ nesday ln S l Anthony’s Church Interment was made In SL Pe­ ter’s Cemetery, New Bremen. He Is survived by his widow, Mrs. Lucretia Brouty, Ms father, Ju­ lius, seven children, two broth­ ers and three slaters, among whom ls Mrs, Virgil (Florence) Lehman, Croghan, a frequent visitor of Irene G. Schulz. WANTED.CATTLE & HORSES; DEAD OR ALIVE $5 to $25 If called immediately Ph. 6 3 9 - 6 8 9 5 PLAY-DO-DOG FOOD CO. Dexter, N.Y. lis t s CM «MW*5 L A C E Y ' S U S E D C A R S 68 MERCURY MONTEGO 6 cyl., auto., p.s. 68 PONTIAC CATALINA 2 dr., h.t., Real Good Buy! 'State St. See Orville Lacey Ph. 376-3231 Lowville Month of Pratt & Lambert Vtoex House Paint 1 5 % O F F ON ALL EXTERIOR PAINT 5500 SHADY AVE. LOWVILLE, N.Y.* PHONE 376 65I9J ■ir.LiLt.iIi-niLM iLJhzeii HiRCWIRE HID P U B L I C A U C T I O N SECURITY HOLDERS SALE UNITED STATES SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, SECURITY HOLDER COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL BUILDING R E A L E S T A T E LOWVILLE INDUSTRIES ( Building ) RAILROAD STREET. LOWVJllE, N.Y. PREFABRICATED STEEL BUILDING, 242 FT. LONG X SO FT. WIDE, BOILER ROOM W/2 BOILFRS, OFFICE SPACE, WIRED FOR HEAVY DUTY INDUSTRY, 2 LOADING DOCKS, PENN CENTRAL SIDING AVAILABLE. BUILDING ERECTED 1969, COMMERCIAL ZONED, LOW RATE. MORTGAGE FINANCING AVAILABLE BY GOVERNMENT AGENCY 10% DEPOSIT REQUIRED AT TIME OF BID. WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION ON THE ABOVE PREMISES M O N D A Y , J U N E 1 1 a * 1 P . M . EllAS CADAN CARL K1ELMANN fo\ **\ t HERBERT R. WILSON tEWlS COUNTY TRUST CO. ASSOCIATE AUCTIONEERS IOWVIUE. N.Y. PH. 315-376-6556 CADAN PH. 518-37 4-5*51 H R. WltSON. PH, 714-854.2457 i

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