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Mrs. Hilts Dies In Fla. . ...— i (Irene) Him, Wtator Park, ria - tormerly ol LenrwtU* ataf Crogtea, died Ju­ ly IV ta WMir Park Hospital, wter* ato ted been • pattant Mia. Hllta, tta fiBnnor Iran* AbboB, aaa t e n ta Cortlaad CcMtty and cam. to Lewla C ty ta 1911, She taught acted at Baaw River Central SetaoL re. ttrtagaeweral ym n ago. Ska waa a laambar of tte Am* •ricaa Legion auxiliary of Low. vine Memorial Peat 161 aad Or- «*rc< tte Eastern Star, Baaldaa ter husband, Mr*. HUto ta aarflrad by two slaters, Mra. Margaret y « i m a tod Mra. Mlaaaor Mewtaa, both ot CaMMtatai a caeeta, Mr*. Bar. old Norte, Crochaa, and Blacaa aad nnhawa. Tte body waa rotamod to tte 8nalth Funeral Rom* at Daraytor where tt . fiamral waa bald Ju­ ly S*. Mrs. Brown, 83, Expires Mr*. William E. (Beatrice) Brown, 83, died July IS in tte attic* ot Dr. Fred Fecktem,Car­ thage, of an apparent heart at­ tack. Mra. Brown waa born ta Koa- teraffle, Aug. 24, 1689, a daugh­ ter of Dwight end Belle Smith Holt. She married William E. N A S H U A M O B I U K O M I S R o u t * 1 2 , S o u t h o l C o p o n h o g o i t 12* x 4 8 ' , 1 2 ' x 8 0 * a n d 2 0 ' x 5 5 ' f T A P U N M O B I U H O M I S A L I M [WANTED-.CATTLE & H O R S E S D e a d o r $ 5 $ 2 5 C a l l e d I m m e d i a t e l y P h . 639-6895 PLAY-DO-DOG FO O D CO . DEXTER, N .V. Brown, May 14, 1910, ta Port Leyden and the couple reatded ln Old Forge, where they oper­ ated the paid Mountain House on Third Lake. Mr. Brown died Oct. 1#B2. From 1967 to 1972 Mra. Brown resided with her brother, Howard Holt, ln Lowville, and since 1972 ban resided with ber niece, Mra. Boa hart. Mira. Brown ls survived by three nieces, Mrs. Kennett(Eve- lyn) Seeber, Watertown, Mrs. William (Esther) Bennet, Balaton Lake, Mra, Harold (Helen) Boa- hart, Lowvllle; a brother, Howard D. Holt, died in 1872, The funeral was July 19 at the Vlrkler Funeral Home, Hev. Robert Hay, pastor of tte United Methodist Church officiating. Burial was ln tte Port Leyden Cemetery. Lowest In Survey An exhaustive statewide sur­ vey of prescription drug prices released recently by th* Ver­ mont Public Interest Research Group (VP1RG) reported Kinney Druga, St. Albans store had tbe lowest prices tn Vermont of any chain-operated pharmacy group. That conclusion was arrived at by totaling tte prices of the SO most commonly prescribed drugs - anybody buying all the drugs at once would pay 8245.79 at Kinney Drugs. The report showed the highest overall pri­ ces were found ln Winooski, where all 90 drugs would cost $371,28. The survey, billed by VPIEG as “ tte most extensive prescrip­ tion dmg.piice survey ever con­ ducted in any state, “lists prl- JOURNAL A N D REPUBUCAN.LOWVIlll.N.Y. WEDNESDAY. JULY 25, 1973 5 - B cea of tte SO most commonly prescribed drugs ln Vermont’s stores. VPIRG Director Scott Skinner said tte survey was done largely because of a favorable public re­ sponse to an earlier survey Of tte Burlington area. Particularly good response, lie said, came from physicians and from elderly persons who spend large parts of their budgets on drugs. When ssked about tte survey, M. Stanley Paupat, Kinney pres­ ident, said tte company's poli­ cy of low mark-ups on prescrip­ tion drugs ls ln effect ln Ver­ mont and New YorkState through­ out the Kinney chain. “We are pleased to have had tbe lowest prices ln two recent independent surveys,” Mr. Paupat said. <• * if G R A N D U N I O N 2 n d W E E K - P R I V A T E L A B E L S A L E ! e H A H V A L - A L L W H ITE M EAT T U R K E Y B R E A S T 99* W/RIB 2 TO 8 LB. AVERAGE PLUS TRIPLE* fTAMPSI r**-# - m a w □ 740PP COUPON INSIDE FOR WELCH’S DRINK A R M O U R -A L L M E A T H O T D O G S 99* 1-LB. PKG. PLUS TRIPLES STAMPS! G.U. CHOICE - C ALIFORNIA T O M A T O E S I CANS I PLUS TRIPLES STAMPS! P r i t r s G o o d t h r u S a l u r d o y , J u l y 2 8 ) 9 7 3 . W r R r s r r v r Q u o n M y R >c;ht s . CHECK OUT OUR MEATS. YOULL CHECK OUT WITH MORE. CH E C K OUT O U R PRODUCE YOU'LL C H E C K OUT WITH MORE CH E C K O U T O U R FR O Z E N FO O O S . YOU'LL C H E C K O U T WITH MORE POLISH STYLE PILGRIM K I E L B A S E n ls . 1 . 1 9 TRlft.E-S STAMPS! .■■■ DELICIOUS ■ N fiD Rff>6 » ; - 7-1 ■ I ' W A T E R M EL O N □ LB. 1 0 * PLUS TRIPES STAMPS) :' ‘ - GRAND -tlNK OR R E G ftkA R w □ L E M O N A D E PLUS TRIPLE S STAMPS! HICKORY SMOKED . O Q □ R a t h B a c o n is. I . Z T f ALLBSIP a A A □ R a t h W i a n a r a .......... lb .1 . U o RATH-SV THE PUCE □ B r a u n s c h w » l g * r ls . 7 o « TENDER CRISP □ G r e e n B e a n s ........... ... lb 0 9 « YELLOW OR _ _ □ G r e e n S q u a s h ..............t > 2 0 < REFRESHING 0 J r- □ T a n g y L i m e s . . . . O for * 6 0 * W OJI LEAP OR CHOPPED- 10,O Z .p Q □ Spinach O pkos . o U « w G.U. PEA* OR _ _ _ □ P e a s A C a r r o t s . 5 pro * 8 9 * ^§F ORANO UNION _ ___ _ _ O W a f f l e s ................... 2 pkos . 2 5 « pm innouiK N C O O K -IN -B A G M E A T S O 4 « « ^ 1 PLUS TRIPLIS STAMPS! □ O.U. KERNEL OR CREAMED C O R N O R S W E E T P E A S 5 < & . % i « $ l PLUS TRIPLES STAMPS! w □ ORANO UNION SL IC E D S T R A W B E R R I E S 3 10-OZ. 5 I COPfTS. Jta PLUS TRIPLES STAMPS! 1 IS- Q Q . O F i s h S t i c k s pko . ■OOTHPROZEN 12 OZ TP e P F i s h F i l l e t s . . . PR02.-HEAT N” IERVE . Q M □ l o a t h S h r im p .. ?*§ 1 . 8 9 ORANO UNION C o f f e e ........ .CAN 8 9 3 I 5 S I 8 9 . ORANO UNION □ C a k e M i x e s . . . . 3 ozpkob .* 1 4 1LB. $ H| PKO*. I O.U.-ELBOW OR SHELL □ M a c a r o n i ................ W ORANO UNION □ T a s t i F r i e s . . W O.U. APPLE OR 1LS.10 A □ C h e r r y P i e ........... oz. pko . 4 9 * w ORANO UNION . _ . O t i g h t e n e r ................... cont . 1 9 * GRAND UNION S L I C E D B A L O N E Y w □ I I U ^ ratm.ss LB. STAMPS! QRAND UNION P R U N E JU ICE w □ Bf: 4 9 4 PLUS TRIPLES STAMPS! QRAND UNION ’ P E A N U T B U T T E R 1 w □ 1-LB.2 OZ. JAR PLUS TRIPLES STAMP*! RATH □ L ink S a u s a g e pko . 6 9 * LB.1 . 1 5 hyoraoc □ B a B p s r k F r a n k s W O.U. LIQUID . . □ D ish D e t e r g e n t 3 o Z. CONT*. 1 w O.U. Pf ACH OR APRICOT □ P r e s e r v e s ............... . B P 3 9 , CHECK O U T OUR G R O C E R C S . YO ULL CH E C K OUT WITH MORE. CH E C K O U T OUR HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS YOULL CH E C K O U T WITH MORE. W ORANO UNION-RlNSE HALF ^ Ak □ F a b r ic S o f t e n e r . . . gal . 4 9 * w GRAND UNION □ F r u it C o c k t a H ... & n 3 3 « w O.U. NO DEPOSIT - - □ S o d a P o p . . . . . 3 pnrrwTs. * 1 ORANO UNION W HITE i A S S T . P A P E R T O W E L S w □ PLUS TRIPLES STAMPS! ORANO K N E E -H I S T O C K I N G S w o « r 8 8 « PLUS TRIPLES STAMPS! GRAND UNION-REGULAR OR R IPPL E D P O T A T O C H IP S W D 12 oz. •AG 4 9 PLUS TRIPLE* STAMPS! w G.U.-INO. WRAPPED □ C h a s t e S l i c e s • ” Sl 7 9 ..PR T jE j ORANO UNION ~ D A s p i r i n ...................... op 1? * 1 9 * W NANCY LYNNklUMBO OOLO B P S u g a r D o n u t s ....... o o z . 5 9 * ONANO UNION CREAM C H E E S E TMPLE* •TAMP*! AM. TO S P.M. G.U. REGULAR !y-02.1 DR FLU O R ID E T O O T H P A S T E w □ S.7S-OZ. a C | 4 TUBS T V PLUS TRIPLES STAMPSI W □ PRESHBAKE BUTTERM ILK B R E A D 3 PLU* TRIPLE* STAMPS! G R A N D U N IO N B R A N D D O U B L E G U A R A N T E E 1 G U A R A N T E E D • • Q U A L I T Y : Equal to, or battar than, the comparable nationally advertised brand. 2 G U A R A N T E E D • S A T I S F A C T I O N : If you are not completely satisfied, you have the choice. A YOUR MONEY BACK. THE FULL PURCHASE PRICE PROMPTLY REFUNDED OR: B EXCHANGE OURS FOR * THE HIGHER PRICED BRAND AT NO EXTRA CHARGE. •LIMIT ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER) n 00\\ ST AMPS with purchases of 5 . 0 0 O R M ORE ANO THIS COUPON OFFER GOOO T jE a f THRU SATURDAY. JULY 2St 1973. MiBttaiMteteteMiBaBiMWiteiaMiteaew IL1MIT ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER! TOO‘.\“STAMPS WITH PURCHASE OF A 3 LB. BONELESS R A T H C A N N E D H A M AND THIS COUPON. OF FER GOOD THRU SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1973. w (LIMIT ONt COUPON PER CUSTOM**! 50 \-‘STAMPS WITH PURCH. VLB. 2 OZ. JAR - GRAPE JAM __ OR JELLY - COUPON WORTH 5 BONUS POINTS W E L C H ’ S J E L L Y W a COUPON. OFFER GOOD THRU SAT., JULY 28.1973. (LIMIT ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER! M R S O SYR. 20c OFF ON PURCHASE OF A PKG. OF 100 S A L A D A T E A B A G S w WITH THIS COUPON. OFFER GOOD THRU SATURDAY, JULY 2*, 1973. . (LIMIT ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER! 18c OFF MRSD SYR. ON PURCH. HALF GAL. CONT. DETERGENT L I Q U I D W I S K WITH THIS COUPON. OFFER GOOD T f i f THRU SATURDAY. JULY 2*. 1973. V 5 f (LIMIT ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER! WHITE a ASST. BATH CHARM1N TISSUE & * & w WITH THIS COWON. OFFER GOOO THRU SATURDAY, JULY 2*. 1973. (LIMIT ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER! TEA MIX NESTEA INSTANT 3 02. JAR 9 9 WITH THIS COWON. OFFER GOOO THRU SATURDAY, JULY 2*. 1973. 384 MRBD SYR. W fLIMIT OWE COUPON PI* CUSTOM**! FABRIC DOWNY SOFTENER 1-QT. 1 OZ CONT. 1 164 MRBD SYR. \TBE m 6 4 * . w j I iffsetiv*O iS y n S r itaili^ lB S in i^ e t^ 5 r !T « w R i WITH THIS COUPON. OFFER GOOO THRU SATURDAY, JULY 2*. 1973. KKCKTVED MW - MJ m Brown, daughter of Mr. aad Mrs. William Brown of N*w BrvSMB, received her pin tor dots tag an June 2 In Johnstown. Mis* Brown wm grndaated from Pulton Montgomery Com­ munity College on June S at the 8th annual commencement, an* of a etas* of 281 students. Miss Brown ls presently em­ ployed tt Nattan Llttaoel Bon- pltal ta Glovers vffle. Tte fsmUy attended ber g n - dunUon. C a m p e r s M e e t Black River Valley Camper* held their July cmmpout at Tte Robert Moses State Park, near Masatm with 26 member* aad friends attending. A pot tank supper waa entoyad, after which a basin*** meeting was bald wtth Cam pinaster Vlrkler preakHag. Tte campers also enjoyed boat­ ing on the St. Lawrence, while others watched the large ships passing through the Etaentew- *r Lock, Tte August II maattag Is planned tor a cblekan bar- becaa to be held at Evergreen Campsite neex Croghan. OKI fit Ai OVERHAUL? How about your car taear- anc*? Bigger Jury awards metn you need higher in- sura ice limits for fUQpro­ tection, The minimum Is not enough ... not nearly enough. For a complete car Insurance review, call us today; you’ll be safer to­ morrow. JOHN D. MOORE t SON Insurants 376-6315 State Sf.JUwvHte, K e r o s e n e F u e l O il C o a l Mefer Printed Oil Ticket* T o m f l e t ? BURNER SERVICE LOUIS BUSH * B O M B , I N C . Forest Ave. lowville 3 7 6 - 3 2 12 WE GIVE Or t% Cett ttateeiMOe 30O*y Chert**

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