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Webworm* Hil Trees j, A tv* ivoM k n ts t m r utvterved the unusually U rg e num b e r of \ tent-U k e cobwebs on t r e e b t» n - , c h e * thl* MIL Tho u n s ightly ti n ts , a r e caused by tbe (alt wetiworm . (H y p h a n tria C u n e a ), a c c o rding tn C liff Hebdon, l.ow v tlle, p e s ticide In s p e c tor, of the D e p a rtm e n t of E n v ironm e n tal C o n s e rvation a t , V a u r i m , **Mo one w ill deny s the unpleasant appearance of the ¥ webs,** C liff a g r e e s , \b u t th e e f - f feet of the w o rm s on the trees „ Is m inor.” ; T h e webworm larv a e builds Its protective web a s It feeds on tre e leav e s along a bran c h . The C web protection ls so se c u r e , In­ secticide* a r e Ineffective In c o n ­ trolling the w o rm s . The only m enus of control at thla tim e o f year Is to cut off the branch and destro y the larv a e . S p ray­ ing ••Sevln” , o r \Malathlon** early in July when Ihe webs a r e being form e d gives fairly good control. M r. Hebdon pointed out the feeding of the Insect larvae Is done so late In the n o rm a l growing season of tre e s that Its effect on the tre e is very m inor. F o r further inform a tion: C h a r le s O. Nevln, C o m m u ilty R e lations, K e - glon 6, Phone: 782-0100, E x t. 301. 4 A c h i e v e H o n o r L i s t F o u r Lew ts County students a r c am o n g 249 E lsenhow e r Col­ lege students who have earned dean’s lis t honors for academ ic achievem e n ts during the Spring te r m . They a r e sophom o re*, John H. Dubola, F a irview D rive, Low­ vlU e , Amy D y k em an, 8 2 7 7 C linton S L , LowvlUe, B e th S. M arkham , S M I W est R d ., C o n stablevlU e , and Junior, Linda L. L e v e sque, Brantlngham . Elsenhow e r C o llege (s a new, Independent, p r iv a te, coeduca- v-i V y. V J V ■/ ? T; 'f . ,¥ : T H E BEST R E A S O N T O SLEEP O N A P O S T U R E P E D IC T O N IG H T ... IS T O M O R R O W ! tvvm jijf* **. pe. S E A L Y P O S T U R E P E D I C ' T h e U n i q u e B a c k S u p p o r t S y s t e m W hen y o u r back feels good y o u 'll feel good! Posturepedic is designed in cooperation w it h leading o rth o p e d ic surgeons f o r f irm support. S o you get a good night’s sleep and a good m o rning: no m o rning backache from sleeping o n a too-soft m a ttress. C h o ice o f E x t r a F ir m or Gently F ir m co m fo r t. Try 'em ! yf F u ll size e a . p c . $ 1 0 9 .9 5 ^ y Q u een size 6 0 x 8 0 \ 2-pc. set 20% bigger than f u ll size $ 2 7 9 .9 5 K in g size 7 6 x 8 0 ” 3-pc. set 50% bigger than f u ll size $3 9 9 .9 5 W atertown Mattress Co. S h a d y A v e . 3 7 6 - 2 0 1 2 Lo w v il l e W H A T ’ S H A P P E N E D B y M u r g u r t ’ l C u r l e r 376-3238 Harrisville Notes JOURNAL S REPUBLICAN,LOWVULE.N Y. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1973 By $ue Burgess Ph/543-2407 tloanl lib e r a l a r t s college which will soon begin Its six th year. T h e college graduated Its c h a r ­ te r c l a s s In May of 1972. En­ rollm e n t wlU be approxim a tely 825 students tn Septem b e r w ith a planned m axim u m enrollm e n t In future y e a r s of 1500 s tudents. The C o llege is located on a 272- a c r e cam p u s overlooking Cayuga Lake In New Y ork’s F in g e r Lakes region. T h e CoUege l s dedicated to the c h a r a c te r , p rin c ip les a n d p a trio t­ ism of Dwight D . E lsenhow e r. Low v llle B rldgvC Iubecores for gam e * played August 21 a t T r in ­ ity E p iscopal C h u rch are as fol­ low s: Al E c k e lm a n and Anne E c k e lm a n , 63; C l a r a Burn* and H e len C a m te, 54; B lanche S lack and B a r b a r a A tverson, 53; Ira Eld r e d and Lou P e t e r s , 50. T h e re w e re five tables played. M r. and M rs, R alph Yandeau, F r a n k lin have b een staying at the hom e o f M r. and M rs. Royce Shaffrey, W a ters T e r r a c e , M iss M arlon W eber, R o c h e s ter, fo r ­ m e r ly o f Low v ille, w ss th e ir g u e s t. M tss W eber w a s here for h e r c l a s s reunion of 1945. M rs. J o h n C a m p b e ll, Kingston, has been visiting M r . and M rs. G e rald N o rtx , E a s ton S tr e e t, M rs. T h e o d o re N o rtz, P a r i s - ppany, N .J ., and M r s . H. Irwin, S a ratoga S p r in g s , have been r e ­ cent guests o f M r. and M rs. R u s ­ se l l N o rtz, F a irview D rive, and M r. and M r s . G e rald N o rtz, E a s ­ ton S t . D r . and M rs. E d w a rd G s s tn e r , W Uker B a r r e , P a ., have been r e ­ cen t g u e s ts of M r . and M rs. J o ­ seph B u tle r , P a r k Avenue, and M r . and M r s . F r e d e r ic k M a rtin, N u m b e r F o u r . M ra. G a s s n e r is the f o r m e r S h ir ley B u tler. R e c e n t g u e s ts of M r. a n d M rs. Jo s e p h B u tler, P a r k A v e ., w e re M r. and M r s . Raymond Cam pbell, W a terloo, P rovince of Quebec, C anada. M r. and M r*. H. Sueath, Co­ logne, G e rm a n y , w e re recen t g u e s ts o f R e v , t n d M r s . J o h n vco H a rten, S h a d y Ave, L a n s ing and V irginia Lane, 5617 D ivision S t . , have been in­ form e d b y th e C a t F a n c ier’s F e ­ d e ration th a t th e ir F lam e Paint H im a layan, T o r id l, is fifth B e s t K itten to the E a s te r n Region f o r 1972-73. M r s . B a r b a r a C o m k a ,S t*teS i., has retu r n e d from e , two-week trip t o Pennsylvania, Yooker* and N e y J e r s e y , S h e visited h e r s i s t e r , M a r y , whom she had not seen fo r 25 y e a r s . D o u g las L a n e , son of Lansing and V irginia L a n e , 5617 D ivision S L , left Auguat 20 fo r Tuacoc, A m . , w h e re he 1* a th ir d y e a r geology student a t the U n iversity o f A rizona. M r . and M r s .F r e d F iesth a m e l, UHca. visited M r. F e lsth a m e l’s H o r r t o A; v-” s u b s c r i b e t o T h e J o u r n a l a n d R e p u b l i c a n Just complete thic coupon and mail fo I T h e 1 Journal end Republican low v llle. M, Y. 13397 N e w York S tate $4 C o n tinental U. S. 97 F o reign $ 9 N A M E . ADDRESS, CITY aunt, M r s . Lena O ’B r ien , and th e ir c o u s in, M iss G e n evteve O’­ B rien, Dayan S L M r . F e lsth a - m e i Is the son of E d w a rd F i e s ­ tham e l and ls a fo r m e r r e s id e n t of LowvUle. M r. and M r s . T h o m a s D e v e r - eaux, L a k e land, F l a . , recenU y spent th r e e w eeks visiting fr i ­ ends and re la tiv e s to LowvlUe and vicinity. M r. and M r s . C a lvin Bannon, 7715 N o rth S tate S t . , have re ­ turned from a tw o -w e e k trip to F lo r id a . W hile th e r e , they p u r ­ chased a m o b ile hom e a t C r e s e n t Lake MobUe P a r k , R tvervtew , F la . T h e y plan to m ove ta O c to­ b e r . M iss Bethany BohaU, M iss P a ­ m e la a n d M tss C y n thia B . Bohall, Weeds p o r t, recently s p e n t a week visiting th e ir g r a n d p a r e n ts, M r. and M rs. R o b e rt B o b alL M rs, J o h n Csm p b e U , Kingston, h a s been a recen t g u e s t of M r. and M rs. G e rald N o r tz, Easton SL M r s . Ethel Stoecker<£ T o r - rtag to n , C o n n ., has been visiting to r a week M rs. E lva Schloop and M iss G e rtru d e Salts b u ry, 7542 P a r k Avenue. K a rey A rden F r y becam e the b r id e o f P e te r D . R o b e r ts , son of M r. and M r s . HoUand R o b e r ts , st 4 p .m ., August 18, to Hie g a r ­ den at the hom e o f h e r p a r e n ts, M r . and M rs. Jo s e p h F r y , Al­ lentow n , P a . T h e attendants w e r e : A n n M s r- tanrald, m aid o f honor; M e lissa F r y , b r id e s m a id , J o h n E d ick, b e s t m a n , M itchell F r y , u s h e r . O u i-of-tow n g u e s ts from Low­ vU le, S y r a c u s e , R o c h e s ter,S h e r ­ b u rn e , H e rah e y , P a . , P h ila­ delphia, P a ., W hite P lains and . Middletown attended the c e r e ­ mony a n d r e c e p tio n . T h e couple wlU liv e a t the Tw in V illage A p ts., Allentown, P a - , a f ter O c t. j . RECIPE OF THE WEEK F i s h and D r e s s in g P e r c h , halibut o r any fish f il­ le t . M ake a b read d r e s s in g . Cut b r e a d to cubes, a d d chopped ce­ le r y , o o lo e - c h ir p e d , s a l t and p e p ­ p e r . G r e a s e pan and add d r e s s ­ ing, w hich h a s had a bouillon cube w ith w a ter to m a k e m o tab W ash fish . Add * l a y e r of d r e s s ­ ing, alte r n a te w ith f is h . Dot w ith b u tte r . B a k e 'to m o d e rate oven about SO m inutes until done. - Genevieve O’B rien N o r t h e r n R e m a in s In U tic a H o s p ita l J a m e s N o rthern, son o f M r. and M r s . L e o N o rthern, C o o - atablevlU e , r e m a in s a patient a t S l Luke’s M e m o rial H o spital C e n ter, U tica. N o rthern, a cu s to m e r serv ice agent fo r A llegheny a i r l i n e s at U tica, w a s s e r io u s ly injured In a fall on Ju ly I I a t th e airp o r t . C o u p le M a r r ie d In Ja c k s o n v ille P a tr i c ia Kay W e tm o re, dau ­ g h te r of M r. and M r s . F r a n c is W e tm o re, G r e lg , a n d T e r r y C lark P iem e n s , son o f M r. and M rs, Wendell P iem a n s , G r e lg , w e re m a rried August 6 a t Jackson­ v ille , F I s . T h e b r id e and groom a r e both graduates of S o u th Lew is C e n tral School. They a r e p resen tly r e ­ siding to F lo r id a , w h e re the groom is serv in g ta th e Navy on toe USS FJD. R o o sevelt. APPROVE WATER \ H a rrisville M ayor Roswell C ring has receiv e d w o rd tftat thal the new supply of local Well w a ter has been approved by the State of New Y o rk. A ch lo ri­ nating and pumping sy s tem w ill soon b e Installed, and toe w a ter w ill then b e r e - te s te d by s tate o f­ fic ia ls. M ayor C rlng anticipates the new village w a ter system should be ready to r use som e ­ tim e to O c tober. WSCS TO M E E T The Women’s S o c iety of C h r i s ­ tian S e rvice of th e H a r r is v ille United M ethodist C h u rch m e e ts T u e s d a y , S e p b 5. The M orning C irc le begins at 10:30 a .m ., at toe C h u rch Social HaU, w ith hos­ te s s G ladys D o b son. M rs. Pat M tiler e n te r ta in s th e evening c ir c le at th e C h u r c h a t 7:30 p.m. B o a rd o f Education o t H a r r ls­ vUle C e n tral School m e t August 15 with the following people p r e s e n t; F r e d V a U e n e o u r, Glenn B a c k u s , G e rald B a k e r , R o b ert H o o p e r and S u p e rvising P rincipal P e t e r N. B e tr u s . A b sent w e re David C a m p b e ll and A rthur D o o ley. T h e resignation o f e le­ m e n tary te a c h e r Helen C lark e w a s accepted. Two new teach e r s , Joan H a v e r , e lem e n tary , a n d D a le Lt M utt, s o c i a l stu d ie s , wUl be hired fo r 1973-74, w ith toe r e c ­ om m endation o f toe d i s t r i c t su ­ perintendent. A decision was made to have th e high school so c ial studies c o u r s e b e a th r e e - y e a r requirem e n t Instead of a fo u r -y e a r as tn th e p a s t, and in toe sen io r y e a r to offer a cu r ­ re n t events electiv e c o u r s e with su b jects to be cb e s e n t o m e e t the needs of th e s e n i o r students. A hid to r school m ilk, .082$ cents p e r half pint, w a s accepted from D rum m o n d D a ir y , G o u v e rneur. No firm bids w e r e presented on fuel o il i n d notice of b idding w ill again be p u b lished. T h e B o a rd of Education a g r e e d to again a c ­ cep t th e F r e e Lunch P o licy. All fam ilies who w ish to apply should c o n tact P r incipal P e te r B e trus b e f o r e Sepb 5 . F a m ilies fo r ­ m e rly receiving f r e e lunches who w ish t o continue t o r e c e iv e them m u s t apply again th is year. It w a s ag r e e d to In c r e a s e to e e o et of school lunches t o 30 cents fo r elem e n tary stu d e n ts and to 35 cents for high school students. E x tr a m ilk w ill b e five cents. It w a s stated th a t H a rrlsvlU e C e n t r a l student lunches a r e s t i l l low com p a red w ith m o st o th e r s c h o o ls. HORSE SHOW ' T h e H a r rtsv llle 4-H M iwtangs sponsored t h o r s e shew Aug- 19 a t W h itm a rah’s L s z y W Ranch th e B a lm a t R o a d . Five a r e a 4-H clubs p a rticipated tn the 24 c l a s s e s ot Judging to front of a n e a r 200 crow d . T h e follow lnr tro p h i e s w e re presented: F i r s t p lace. Fitting and Showm anship, o v e r 13 y e a r s o f ag e , Donna C r o s s , Johnstown B u ild e r s , G eu- v e r a e u r ; F i r s t p la c e , u n d e r 13, Jack ie W h ltm a rsh, M uatadgs, H a r r tsv llle ; High P o int T rophies to r P le tsu r e C la s s e s : w ith b o r s e - Jacld e W h ltm a rsh; w ith pony - K a ren Atwood, Redwood; High Point G a m e T rophy: with h o r s e , Donna C ross; with pony, P a m e la M a llette, H a r r ls v U le. Additional rib b o n s , tlcn g w ith p r iz e s donated by a r e s m e rchants, w e re aw arded to the cooieetants. The group re a liz e d over 9100 from toe thaw and w ill u s e it to r show p r e p a ­ ra t i o n s , expenses, and trucking of horse* to show s . T h e local group ts plum ing another 4-H h o r s e show to b e held In O c tober, again a t th e W h ltm a rsh ranch. U n til O c tober, toe M u stangs will m e e t each Monday night at 7 p»m ,, a t th e ra n c h , t o practice to r incom ing h o r s e show com ­ petition, GRANGE INSTALLS Adirondack G range No. 530 at S A V E ! S A V E ! S A V E ! T H E Y M U S T G O T H I S W E E K JUST 131 LEFT! ★ G r e m l i n , A u t o . , X P a c k a g e ★ H o r n e t H a t c h b a c k , X P a c k a g e , A u t o . ★ M a t a d o r 4 d r . S e d a n , A u t o . , V * 8 , P . S . , A / C o r t d , we A R E R I A U V DISCOUNTING TH E S E R E M A I N I N G 73% S O BUY N O W * S A V E . 7 4 '% A R E H IG H E R . A H lifted C a r s A t T r e m e n d o u s S a v i n g s . 2 1 Units To Choose From. L o w v i l l e M o t o r S a l e s l th e ir August m e e ting held in­ stallation of o f f ice r s w ith Lym an Hum es, past M a s te r , p r e s id in g . Installed w e re: M a s te r - K a th e r - lne Kampnich; O v e r s e e r - H e r b Kampnlch; S tew a r d - F r e d B u tts; T r e a s u r e r - W e s ley M o rom o s a to; S e c retary - L e n o r a C o c h ran; Cbaplan-A c ta B u tts;. Gate F la g B e a rer-A lan F a r r ; L e c t u r e r - C h a rlene M o rom o sato; K e e p e r - Lyman Humes; A s s istan t S tew - ard - G a r r y B u tts; Pom ono, C e r ­ e s , and F lo r a - G r a c e H u m e s, B e lle Sykes, and C h r is F o r d , who was absent and w a s not Installed. Also to be la t e r Installed ts Ka­ thy Ford - Lady A sslstanL The F o rd g ir ls w e re a t Cam p Al­ d e r s g a te M ethodist C h u rch C a m p no Brantlngham Lake at toe lim e and w e re unable to attend the meeting. DYSTROPHY CARMVAL The chU d ren on M aple S t r e e t held a carn iv a l fo r m u s c u lar dystrophy tm A ugust 24 a t toe Ri­ chard B u rgess hom e . O v e r $55 w a s collected. F o u r p r ize draw ­ ings w e re held, a l s o a cake w a lk, penny pitch g a m e , f is h pond, ball to s s , golf p u tt, b a s k e tb a ll throw , and horse shoe to s s , Tbe m a in event was a trip into the \sp o o k bouse,’’ whlcb w a s s e t up to tbe basem e n t s e c tion ol the B u r g e s s ’ b a rn . Candy, c u p c a k e s .popcorn, cookies and cold d rinks w e re s o ld to those attending. W o rkers on toe project w e re: Kevin and B r i ­ an B u r g e s s , Jam e s tn d Jeffrey C o le, C h r is W ard, Keith Hoov­ e r , R ichard and Raym ond Ben­ son, Jeffrey J o n e s , M ichael W ard, and Shawn Hudson. T b e group intends to take contribu­ tions on a d o o r - to - d o o r b a s is on S e p tem b e r 3 , to supplem e n t toe p r e s e n t totaL T h e M aple S tr e e t children ra i s e d o v e r 370 at la s t y e a r ’s c a r n iv a l for the cause. SUMMER READING T h is su m m e r , th e H a r r ts v llle sum m e r school read in g program Involved 87 elem e n tary students and six te a c h e r s . T h e tim e was divided Into th r e e one-hour s e s ­ sions each m o rning to r fo u r w e e k s . The ch ild ren w e re r e c ­ ommended b y th e ir te a c h e r s for to e class and p a r e n ta l consent w a s r e c e ived t o r each c h ild. Each group w as sm a l l, allow tngfor one hour of alm o s t individual atten ­ tion each d a y . C o n c e n tr a tion w a s on o r a l reading, developing lis­ tening sk ills through o r a l re a d ­ in g by tbe te a c h e r , s ile n t reading w ith com p rehensive ch e e k s . In­ dividual a c t iv itie s w ith vocabu- *' la r y and vowel s o u n d s and phon­ ic s gam e s , w o rk attack s k i l l s w e re p r e s e n ted , and S.R.A, r e a d ­ ing labs w e re used s u c c e s s fu lly . It has been s u g g e s ted su m m e r school be continued and expand­ ed tn the following a r e a s : ac­ celerated en rich m e n t p r o g r a m s to r b e tte r stu d e n ts; a m a th course; possibly a c o u r s e ta the a r e a of language a r t s , WIN CHAMPIONSHIP T h e H a rrlsvU le B a s e b a ll team th is sum m e r won toe V alley League C h a m p ionship w ith a 5-1 reco r d . The team w a s c o m p o sed of all the v a r s ity p la y e r s , plus younger player* who w ill he e li­ gible to play v a r s i t y next y e a r . Exceptional pitching sk ills w e r e accredited t o Roy B a n c roft, K elly Buckingham , Bob K a m inski ind T e r r y Irish . T h e w eak sp o ts o f U s t year’s 4 -9 v a r s ity season have been flUed w ith ex c e llen t freshm a n p l a y e r s , adding to the II experienced re tu r n in g play­ e r s , T h e s e include D avid L e s - p e ran c e , a t th ird b a s e , P i e r r e D a s taaw , th ird o r first; aad Ray Sibley, cen terfleld . FINAL DINNER T h e final stea k d in n e r - m e e t­ ing fo r the H a x rtavllle M en’s * C o ll League will b e S e p tem b e r 5 a t the C a rlow d e n C o u n try C lub, D e n m a rk. F o r reserv a tio n s and fu r th e r inform a tion, c o n tact P e te B e tru s , L a r r y M albeuf o r H e n ry L e s p e r a a te . Zehr T t e u r t io n T h e annual A.B. Z e h r reunion w ill be held L a b o r D a y , S e p t. 3, at Thom pson P a r k , W atertown. Those a ttending s h o u ld take t h e ir own covered d tsh , table serv ice and beverage. • • a t * S t r * * t L o w v i l l e 376-7111 Y o u ’ re N e v e r T o o O ld T o H e a r B e t t e r C h icago, 111. — A free offer of special interest lo those v im h e a r b u t d o n o t u n d e r s t a n d words has been announced by B e ltonc-A non-operating model of the s m a llest B e ftone aid ever m ade will b e given absolutely free to n n y o n e req u e s t in g it. 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