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ws an I C larkso n St., Colo. 80110. bleville Neigh* 1 their Ch r ist* Decem b e r 19. k boxes for tye tinner w ill fol- :k. Methodist W o - ery successful rday, Dec. 1. ite the help of l-tw f T o Low v ille The South Le w is G ir ls ' varsity basketball team lost to Low v U le in an overtim e gam e , Dec. 4, by a score o f 30-28. The lo s s was the second o f tbe s e a son, giving the team 0 to 2 record. High sco r e r to r the winners was M a r c ia M a n s e r with eight points. In the lo s in g effort, K , Hartshorn and M . D o r r lty put in seven points for South Lew is, tn the J.V. matchup. South Le w is defeated Low ­ vUle for their second win of Ibe season b y a sco r e o f 20* 14. Barnes Corners Notes By Helen Lucas Ph. 688-2880 B A R N E S C O R N E R S - M r . and M r s . Donald D a s n o en­ tertained M r . Dasno’s cou­ sin and his wife M r . and M r s . W illiam Dasno on Dec. 1. D o g license for the year 1973 w tll have expired by January 1. The Town C le r k Dining Room Open Saturday, Dec. 1 5 - 5 .3 0 p.m Greystone Manor has these available and ad­ vise s licensing before the New Y e a r . M r , and M r s . Stephen M c ­ Donald and fam ily visited with M r s . M c D o n a ld’s m o ­ ther, M r s . V e lm a K in g s le y ln P a r lsbvU le over the Thanksgiving holidays. Stanislaus Brzana, Bishop o f Ogdensburg called on M r . and M r s . Henry M c D o n a ld and S i s t e r Charlotte on D e c . 2. Tbe Bish o p was accom ­ panied by Rev, Anthony Pease, Pastor o f S t. Peter’s and Pau l’s of New Boston and Rev. John Shurtloff of Ogdensburg, secretary t o B i - shop Brzana. M r s . Esther Lanfear was a recent v isito r of the M c ­ Donald’s. M r s . Elizabeth M c D o n ­ ald celebrates her 88thbirth­ day on D e c . 8. Yule Program Croghan News Briefs By Mrs Harold DeLaPorte Ph. 346-6863 JOURNAL A N O REPUBLICAN.IOW V IUE, N.Y 5 \ B W E D N E SDAY. DECEMBER 12.' 1973 A T N O R T H E A S T E R N - N o r ­ theastern U n iversity of B o s ­ ton, M a s s ., h a s announced that Jeff D a v is, son o f M r . and M r s . Donald Davis, Low ­ vU le, has been selected for tbe Scabbard and Blade So ­ ciety at Northeastern, lt is a particularly unusual sele­ ction because D a v i s ls tbe only freshm a n In foe h is­ tory o f the university to be s o honored. T h e S c a b b a rd and Blade Society ls the honor group of the Reserve O f fi­ c e r s Training Corps a t the University. Som e outstanding alum n i members o f Scabbard and Blade Include form e r Secretary of State Dean Ru s k ; Astronaut John W, Young; President Hooverand m u sician, Pbll H a r r is. D a v is I s a graduate o f Low v llle A - eademy. C l a s s of 1973. C R O G H A N - The Santa C la u s Parade, sponsored by St. Stephen’s Council No. 2175 and the Croghan Grand Union, wtll b e Sunday, Dec. 16, at ] p.m. The parade wtll form at Lou ’s Diner on Route 26A. The line of m a rch w i ll In­ clude the Beaver R iv e r Cen­ tral School Band, St. Ste­ phen’s Fife and D r u m and floats fro m F a t h e r L e o M e m - o r lal School. T h e Father Leo Home and School Association wUl be servin g coffee and other re ­ freshm e n ts to the opera house after th e parade. M a y o r Bernard Bergm a n n w ill light the vU lage C h r i s t ­ m a s tree at t h is tim e. There w ill be a gathering of a ll the children fro m the V U lage o f Croghan on Wed­ nesday, Dec. 12, f o r the p u r­ pose of making Ch r istm a s decorations fo r the village tree. Due to the energy c r i s i s , the tree in front of the village ball w ill be lit only on occasion. Therefore, all children are welcom e to go to St. S t e p h e n 's Church HaU a l 6 p.m . o n Wednes­ day, D e c . 12. Ple a s e b r in g popped corn, plastic co v e r s , p la s t ic con­ tainers, large-eyed needles, old C h r istm a s ca r d s or handicrafts ¥>!Tn?n? eawpmenf glue. It ts hoped the tree can be fUled with homemade decorations. Parents are requested to Join tn the fun. The cranberries and spray paint wtll be donated by the following merchants: M o n - nat’s I.G .A., M a r lU e y ’s Store, the M U le r House, V U ­ lage Tavern and the Croghan Inn. The V illage parade win be held Sunday, Dec. 16. The results o f the elec- Uon of new m e m b e rs of St. Stephen’s P a r ish council are as foUows: Gilbert Monnat received 28 votes; Bernard Nortz, 23 votes; L a r r y Byrnes, 15 votes. Next highest votes were for Howard Nortz, 13 votes, and Le s U e V e iS c b - netder, 12 votes. An Im p o r­ tant meeting o f the council w ill be held In St. Stephen’s F r i a r y on Wednesday, Dec. 12, at 7:30 p.m. Father C o s m a s T im lin (nephew of Father Bartholm ew Timlin', The Provin c ial’s Trustees), wtll be present to address the council. Reuben K loster ls a pa­ tient at Lew is County G e n -, era! Hospital, where he is undergoing treatment for a heart condition. Fourteen m e m b e rs of the Cxoghan F ire Au x iliary at. tended the meeting, held Nov. 19. M r s . M a r y F. Knight was the winner of the $1 prize. Anyone knowing of a sick person, a shut-in or a mem ­ ber of the Arm e d Forces are asked to gtve the names to M r s . Anne M e y e r, phone 346-6172. On D e c . 22, the fruit baskets w ill be deliv­ ered by M r s , Anne Meyer, M r s . M a r y Sc h a c k , M r s . M a ­ ry F. Knight and M r s . Nan­ cy Zehr, The C h r istm a s party will be held Dec. 17 at 6:30 p.m. M e m b e rs are asked to take a covered dish, a 31 exchange gift, also a gtft fo r a secret pal. Appointed to the lunch- eon committee were: Laura Zehr, chairman; Helena Kuhl, M a r ie Nortz, substi­ tute, Gladys Kerflen. The C h r istm a s tree for the V U lage of Croghan, donated by M r . and M r s . Clarence Kelley, has been erected on the front lawn o f the VUlage H a ll. The tree w ill be dec­ orated by Le lin d K n lgb t , VU ­ lage com m issioner, Santa Clau s w i ll be pre­ sent In the V lU a g e H a ll to distribute gifts to the young­ ste r s in the s u rrounding v il­ lage and comm unities of Croghan, E r ic M o rrow , son o f M r . and M r s . w u ila m M o r row , haa received an honorable discharge from the UJS, A r ­ my with the rank of T-6. He was stationed at Fort Cam p b e ll, Ky. He entered the service ln 1970 and ser­ ved one year ln Vietnam. He ls a graduate of Paul Sm ith’s, 1969. The third meeting of the Croghan Colleens 4-H Club was held Nov. 28 at the home of M i s s Julie Cam p a n y , Ju- Topirs Club Meets Current Topics Clu b will hold its holiday meeting at the T r in ity Church P a r ish House at 8 p.m ., Monday, Dec. 17. A m u s ical p rogram wUl be presented by M r s , Jobn Lorm o re. AU m e m b e rs are Invited to attend and take a guest. M e m b e rs please b r in g a wrapped gift to be given to a patient at S t . L a w - rence State Hospital p lu s cash gifts o f $2. H o s te s s e s are M r s , Edgar S, K . M e r ­ reU, U, and M r s . M ich a e l Roman. nlor leader. Plans were made for the C h r istm a s party, which w U l be held on Mon­ day, Dec. 17, at tbe C a m ­ pany home. Four 4 -H g i r l s participa­ ted In tbe holiday d e m o n stra­ tion held ln the basement of St, Peter’s Churoh, L o w v llle, on Thursday, Nov. 29. Diane Dem o demonstrated a Ch r istm a s boat, M e lanie Cam p any, a doll made with candy life s a v e r s , M a r y M u r ­ phy, a cranberry salad , Ju - Ue Cam p a n y, a C h r istm a s baU made out of p lasU c med­ icine containers. C a r l Courts was admitted to Lew is County General Hospital on Saturday, Dec. 1, where he Is undergoing ob­ servation and medical treat­ ment. Bernard Marttn, who un­ derwent m ajor su r g e r y at the House of the Good Sa m ­ aritan, Watertown, rem a ins a patient at the hospital. H is condition Is slow ly Im p rov­ ing. Roy GlbUn, 74, of Boon­ vUle, father of M r s . W illiam \ P e g ” M e y e r , Croghan,dled In a UUca hospital on Sat­ urday, Dec. 8. The funeral w a s held Tuesday with a Requiem M a s s tn St. Jam e s Church, Carthage, at 10a.m. B u r ial was In St. Joseph’s Cem e tery, BoonvUle. He was a native of Carthage. M r s . Maud M o r e and her ’siste r , M r s . Rose O ’M a r a , have returned from Lake­ land, F la . , where they spent a month visitin g M r s . M o r e ’s son, Lt, Col. R o r y O ’M a r a , reU red, xndhtsw tfeandfam ­ ily. D u r in g the winter months St. Stephen’s Church w ill be locked at 6:30 p.m. The Sunday School of St. Stephen’s wUl haye a C h r i s t ­ m a s party In tbe church b a se­ ment on Sunday, Dec. 16, at 9:15 a.m . Parents are urged to attend. Benedic­ tion will be ln the church afterwards. The Catholic Youth O r ­ ganization wUl sponsor a dance on Frid a y , Dec. 14, from 8:30 p.m. to midnight tn S t . Stephen's Church b a s e ­ ment, with round and square dancing. M u s ic w ill be by the FronUersm e n . Brlo n Patrick T u r c k , a senior at Mont Pleasant H igh S c h o o l , so a of M r . and M r s . Daniel T u r c k , four brothers and three siste r s at 2202 Cam p b e ll Avenue, Schenec­ tady, and grandson of M r s . Leona T u r c k , Croghan w a s cited O c t. 17 aa Klw a n ls Vo­ cational Career Student of the Month. T h i s ls Brlon’s second year in the Heating, Refrig­ eration and Air-C o n d itioning program at Mont Pleasant. D u r in g this period, he has maintained a ” B ” average In a ll of h is subjects. In addlUon lo this, he has been an active m e mber o f the v a r ­ sity football team for two years, tbe varsity tra c k team for two years, the v a r ­ sity w restling team for one year, ls a Human Relations committee member, is o n the committee for the Ju n ior Prom and Is a member o f lhe Im maculate Conception Church. After graduation, T u r c k plans to attend C o lorado S tate University to further his education in the field of A l r - Condltlotting Technology. H e is w e ll-liked by h is fellow classm a tes and tea­ chers, Howard Cobon, B r i ­ an’s Heating, Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning in ­ structor, feels that Brlon Is an asset to Mont Pleasant High School and w ill become an excellent future em p loy- e ta the Industry, P R A S H A W C O W S I H P C T I O W ★ For Room R e m o d e ling ★ A d d ition of Room s ★ A n y Inside W ork THE SAME SATISFACTION I GUARANTEED ON OUR INSIDEINSIDE WORK AS ON OUR OUTSIDE WORK, Caff [Russ P r a s h a w 376-4023 Sf op doing business with a bank m o m Start doing business with a b a n ker J e f f Q j L e w i s S a v i n g s M D IO A H A S S O C IA T IO N R o u te South of to w v ilie DID YOU KNOW THAT WE HAVE A SAVINGS PLAN TO MEET ANY OBJECTIVE THAT YOU HAVE? 00782275

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