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8 -B JOURNAL AND REPUBLICAN.LOWVIUE,N.Y. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3. 1973 • ■ • A N T I C t o y ft C L E A R A N C E COMPLETE TOY CLOSEOUT M u s t m a k e room fo r full sp o r tin g good lines. 2 5 % - 4 0 % OFF S t a r t i n g O c t . 1 U n til A l l T o y s A r e G o n e ! ! BE THERE EARLY L o w v i l l e S p o r t S h o p tforltng Goo (ft S T A T E S T . Toyi - Hobb/ti LOWVILLE Castorland Briefs By M r s . H a r o ld G r a v e s P h . 3 7 6 - 7 2 9 6 New Films Available CASTORLAND - Mr. and M rs. Edward Smith and son, Edward III, Audubon, Penn., called on M rs, Rose Hlrschey. M rs. Ida H e rtlg ts a patient at Lewis County General Hos­ pital. i Mr, and M rs. Nelson V lrkler will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary on Oct. 7. M ra. Dorothy BIngle has re­ turned home from Carthage Area Hospital. M rs. Timothy S chneider, M rs. W alter Thompson, M rs. Michael V lrkler, M rs. Samuel Herxlg, M rs. Samuel Schneider, M rs. Ronald Thomas and M rs. Harold Graves attended die meeting ln the Asbury Methodist Church, Watertown. At least 400 people w e re st this meeting. It was for the p u r . pose of election of o fficers from all the districts of the United Methodist Church, given the name of The Women’s Society of C h rist­ ian Service, the new name of United Methodist Women. People were present from the St. Law­ rence D istrict, Mohawk D istrict and the Black R lver-O n tarloD ls- trlc t. The speaker was M rs. Mary Jo Zlm m erls from Washington, D.C., who spoke on C a terpillars to Butterflies. World wide communion will b e celebrated tn the Beaver Valley United Methodist Church on Sun­ day, Oct. 7. The adm inistrative board of Beavsr VaUey United Methodist Church wlU meet At the church on Oct, 4. The following member* of tbe official board from Beaver Val­ ley Church a r e invited to an ad- 758 0 So. Stato St. • Lowville (Opp. Western Auto) Ph. 376 - 2 3 0 6 COMING SOON . . . PIZZA HOMEMADE CLAM CHOWDER CARRY OUT ORDERS MCNU Fish Shrimp Scallops Fried Clams m s m m • Shrim p e Flih e Lobster • Scallops e Pried Clems # Fried Chicken 5ZBEL e Potato o Macaroni e toons e Cobbage e Fish e Fried Chicken e Hot Sausage * Veal Parmesan e Steak * Onton • Hof Meatball French Fries Onion Rings Salt Drinks T h e G u l f o i l H e a t M a n d e l i v e r s m o r e t h a n j u s t h e a t a n g o i . joumed session conference cm Oct. 6 ln W atertowmCllffordSch- weody, V erncm W indover and Dora Jean Thomas. M rs. George Trombley and M rs. Willie Hogoboam of W ater­ town were luncheon guests of M rs. George Ruhm. M rs, George Ruhm was a d ele­ gate to the fifth d istrict confer­ ence of the American Legion Aux- Utary from the Karcher-Kohler Post No. 850 Castorland, which waa held at the C a rriage House, Watertown, Sunday, Sept. 23. M r, and M rs. Henry Moretan, L o rraine and M rs. Edith Curtin of B a rnes C o m e rs w e re Sunday guests o f Mr. and M rs. AUen Johnson and Roy Johnson. On Tuesday, M rs. B eulah John, son and M rs, C larissa Hastings were supper guests of M r. and M rs. AUen Johnson. Funeral rites were held Friday morning, Sept. 28, a t the V lrkler Funeral Home, LowvUle, to r Frank Balash, who died T ues­ day Sept. 25, at his home on the E a s t Road. He was the son of the lata Michael and Mary Palko Balash and was horn In Pigeon, Mich., AprU 26, 1612, Be was a mem­ ber of Denmark Grange and a farm e r for the past 45 yaars. Many will rem em b er him as a weU-known b oxer. M r. Allen Johnson celebrated his 61st birthday, Wednesday, Sept, 26, a t the home of M r. and M r s , Malcolm Farney, New Brem en. Present were M r. and M rs. Addison McDonald, Doro­ thy McDonald, M r. and M rs. Lan­ sing Farney, Roy Johnson and M ra. AUen Johnson. 14th Hughes Reunion The fourteenth reunion of the descendants of John and NeUle (Emogene) Douglas Hughes wss held on Sunday, August 19, at the BUI Edwards* tar man Hughes R<L, Desnsboro. Fifty-nine mem­ bers and tec guests were pre­ sent. A picnic d inner, featuring ham, fried chicken and sweet corn, was enjoyed by a ll. P rize? were awarded to the youngest boy • JustlnCecll Berth, son of Betty Edwards and D a rrell Barth; youngest girl - Trina Hughes, daughter of Marilyn Hughes and Robert Ptdgeen; m o st recent grandmother - Edna Edwards; most weddings In ooe year • John and Evelyn Hughes, who had three weddings sines August 1672; most recently m ar­ ried - Jerom e and Mara B rit­ ton; first to gst thrown Into the pool - Marilyn Ptdgeon; person who arrived tn something other than a car - BUI Frank; longest distance • Albert and Mary Ed- w a rds, Jacksonville, FIs. Mr. and M rs, Albert Edwards w e re the oldest couple and the one with the most children and grandchildren present. During the year there were two deaths, nine m a rriages snd eight b irths. Officers for the coming year are F red Hughes, president; Ce­ cil Edw ards, v ice-president; J e ­ rom e Britton, tre i s u r e r ; Evelyn Hughes, secretary, and Pem ai Edw ards, h istorian. In 1974, the reunion wUl be the third Sunday in August In the Lyons Falls area. G u ests were present from Boonville, Collinsville, Con- stablevllle, Deansboro, Croycon, P a ., Jacksonville, Fla., Lyons F a lls, M sttylale, Rome, Mace- don, Syracuse, Uttca, Clinton, W atervllle, and Windsor Locks, Conn. * Dependable Metered Deliveries * Radio Dispatched Trucks * 24 -Hour Service - Convenient Budget Terms - Prompt Courteous Service o i l h e a t L O W V I L L E O I L C O . Ted Smith, Proprietor PHONE 376 3533 0 9 376-3410 fOR PROMPI DCttVERirS AND AUTOMATIC TICKET PSINilMG SERVICE. H E A R B e t t e r In A Crowd w ith Directional Hearing b y m M A I C O Kttrjtor«c!«a'hf in * ttwS with Uttca 0ff*<tiQ*E*f Adi. Ufa* IOff t « * soviet. back E ovml iwtm an rtdvccd* You •at ctaMr. slortr soufttK— »f*A H M p tltti diiUnc*r 5m and htar th* **w Omc hem ! Miifint Aid* with ttn iJaclnt itctoghwn O n ly A t 1 1 * f t . . M e n d n , I n c . W ot.rtowir, N.Y. 13601 FOR INFORMATION; M o m - North Country L ibrary System has recently completed the pur­ chase of 65 film s under a $10,- 000 New York State Council on the A rts grant. Most of die film s a r e dram a tisations of plays and short sto r ies, o r works on Constablevllle News By M r s . Em m a H o f f m a n Ph. 39 7 - 2 3 6 2 ____________ CONSTABLEVILLE - Friends Jam es Bronson (B e v e rly), West Of James Northern, who ls s pa- Leyden, tlent » l S t . L u k e 's Hospital in music dsnoe art and poetry, t h a ' ^ e £ S t a g ClUd^ “ 28 «r “ dchUdren’’ 28 Snmp rtf th*» flnAJtt film* slrt r.nt treatm e n ts ^ rro a l e C E 3 J S E P T I C T A N K S 250 5 0 0 7SO IOOO 2000 GAL* Som e o f the finest film s do not fit Into these c a te g o ries, but sev­ eral feature film s and silent com­ edies have been purchased under the grant. Any Interested group is Invited to arrange a se r ies of showings. They may reserve them at the nearest public library In J e ffer­ son, Lewis, Oswego and St, Law- Mr. N o rttam is recovering from a serious injury received July 1 1 wblle at work for Alle­ gheny Air Lines, Fay L. Ackerman, S r ., o fC o n - stablewllle was guest of honor at a celebration for his 78th birthday oo Sunday, Sept, 2 3 ,glv- g re a t grandchildren and two of his s i s t e r s . • M r. Ackerman received m say gifts and a sum of money. i s i a JEFFERSON COW* # D * S C B 0 K 9 A M t mj . m i » 0 * i VJl w u m t v i H . J a m rence counties. It ls expected « b? M* children Mr. and M rs. - Francis (Blanche) Jones, Boston Spa; VIr. and M rs. Leonard Ack­ erm a n , Adams; Mr, and M rs. Dennis Doran (Grace), Canasto- ta; M r. and M rs. Jam es Barron (A lalre), Clarks Mills; M rs. F rancis (Ann) Brown, Boonville; M rs. Jean Stanford, Oneida; Mr. and M rs. Fay Ackerman, J r . , Constablewllle; and Mr. and M rs. the films will be heavily used and they should b e booked a s f a r ahead of showing as possible. Each group m ust arrange for a projector and an experienced pro­ jectionist. (In Lowvllle, a pro­ jector may be borrowed from the Lowvllle F ree L ibrary.) There will be no charge to any group other than the public schools, which pay a $2 per film handling charge, Turin Grange Meeting Set The next regular meeting of Turin Grange will b e on October 10 with a covered d ish dues pay­ ing supper a t 7:15 p.m .. before the meeting. AU m em bers a r e to attend the supper and pay their dues to r 1974, The legislative, com m ittee, consisting o f George Hlgby,Giles and Albert Benedict, will present ah Interesting program at tbe meeting on legislation. IsabeUe Benedict, service and hospitality chairm an for 1673, has received firs t place ln the county, region and state for h e r report on th# work accomplished and a lso best of show in foe s tate. H er report haa been sent to die Judges at national competi­ tion where lt wUl b e Judged with all reports from aU the states. B E Y E R ' S . I N C . C A R T H A G E — IO W V 1 U E G arita Printing Company offers a complete line of calendars and other advertising specialties for your business. t h i F A S H I O N W O * l I _ n o SY M B O L O F Q U A U T Y A N D B M W C l THE NEWEST LOOK IN TOWN, IS HERE, NOW. D O U B L E K N IT SUITS F R O M *65M D O U B L E K N I T S P O R T C O A T S *4 8 \ I U P DOUBLE KNIT S U C K S ’ 12*“ • UP TRY 'EM, THEY’RE GREAT. 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