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Lowville leader and Lyons-Leyden ledger. (Lowville, N.Y.) 1953-19??, January 29, 1953, Image 1

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County Vol. 41 - Se Per Copy LOWVBJX, LEWIS COT X?Y, NEW YORK JANUiSJgy 29,1953 COUMT LOST tuo in transportation- and service, last week when' Gerald O'BWeii,' 84,i of Carthage, and Hom«r Markhani, 77, of Lyons Falls, passed away. Sit. O'Brien was the last of the stage coach drivers on the run between Oro- ghan and Lowviiie before the ad- vent of the Lowvillp-Beaver Kiv- er choo-ehoo.. Homer Markham Was the first rural mail- carrier to- rec&i-ve his appointment iii Lejvis\. county; : ' . : : .:•-.• ;••* -#- rk ' .EARL FARNEY' is sueing 1'er public;.- embarrassment. : . He says,; •that affe'r folks read :he jottings about Farney's i .ui.d lor Fauces, they, whfetleff at'hHru . Hirjht here-' and now w '.a'U ;Q make it clear that .we were talking jj.baut teeth'. Jb'nn \ Christ mil is\ui>rns' to repress... i K,i: :>-,. .1;. 1 I IK- J;<-M- ial -Irishman, Gerald Fmii, isgo- -iBg-to tepiekwH u.s. We re. Iwuk- ing lor. tile .best jiuli^e. hwnioy can \buy. -• . . '•'-.- . • - . \ ' ' . ; - .' . KEMEJIBKll . THE . ''XiroihVr Bill\ about the two fel- loWs, finding a. bear hi the; woods .\at iior.tjierii Maine'.' JElnjer ; Pet- er's, ^ndtfajietst *•(!>.want fo,wx;ite ' anbtKe-r Song about finding a., jwar iK. the woods of eastern Lewis ..county. Last week wliije the! two 'men,; >yel\e' luf'nberisg above' Num- ber Fo.ii'r oil the Stilivtatcr road ,ne»r Fifth tiret'k, they . were • elitnbihg over : i wittdfall 'when r they; heard, a noibC rustle under tiuj. brjjaich.es.i. Tliinking \t : vvas -a! fleer Ifaey. made nw noi.se to Kflui iihruout.... Insteswl -oFa deer It was ;t huge bruiu and tile big bi<ick beai parsed u iflun a long beards length tiom. Elmei s tate. They couldn't even pucker m> to whistle Bivie, let ^Uone \BJ other Bill' • • • . THIS IS THE SEASON foi fard tournaments . Mr and Mrs Joel >.ui'iholm and Mi. and Mrs Bob Sundeihaft have a run- ning aibba^e 'coui,nt.y when we asked ^ho \\a% ahead, Joel could onh' tell abu-it then ia.->t game when his wife slapped a third five on a pair to -win the game The M tsoji-, and the Knights of Columbus resumed their pinochle tournamfint week Lier'& Pukw 1-, %• popular a^. Ld.nai>tci, •k ~k ~k Secretary Thr'sd'y I A meeting of the Lewis County ( M\.t'-nl Aid was held at the Slior- , iff\s office on Thursday, Janua v '22. called by Mut-uai Aid Coordi- nator Kdwiv, Hofer of Beaver ! F.-ilN. Edward Ihgersoll', fire 'fiii'-f of t'm Mirtirisb'-i-r-pr compn- n%, w;!S ;t[);H)inted secretary of *!•.•• %\T-i*-L.-i-I Aid association to - . -.-iVii t.ii i.i' r Jtiim IJoyd. i KM' Hofer reported that' new ' bn.>ks with an inventory of the equipment and f-he names and tel- ephone numbers of the\ officers of each, department in. the county !nl been issued.- A decision was nride to have the fire school re- sumed in April. ' • The problem of traffic during ! fin's was discussed by the assoc- iaiion and cooperation of the .sheriff's .office was promised to assist, in preventing the .obstruc- tion of- the fire companies at the scene! of a \fire or prosecution, of offenders. • The •following chiefs, 'assistants a n 11. • fi rerri.en were. • .present: 5$- wird Guepe, L6w\ilie Chief: The- odore Virkler, New Bremen.; Ver- ih. 1 Wtiutoye,, K(- r ~ Bremen; Farney,. Lyons Falls; ., Smith. Cons-tabfe-ille;' ry Sears, Port Leyden; Leonard B. Bush, Croghan; Urban Kirch- ••!.•. Casforland; Roy Back, Castor- laiifi; Malcolm . Farney,' Castor- land; . Edwin. ' Hofer, Beaver Falls; .Edward . Tngersalif^ar- tLn.sb.urg-;. Robert. Coopeiv Copen- ha-;e.n; Francis Mangan,. Sheriff, and.. Qlarence . .vv0Qdard, r . Depyty Sheriff. DK jOiH.V BROOKS RUMORS OF BEING DRAFTED ! Dr. John Brooks of LowTille told the Leader 'this week that the ' story of his being drafted into the array are unfounded; The story started frbm a report in the Water town Times that a Lewis County e physician was t<> be drafted; The* dortor is Dr. Mjers <>f Port Lc\- den. Henry II. Schaab, town of Low- viUesupervisoi',. reported .a badancg of $27,421 followjng an audit of all accounts of town officials for the year 1952. -The tqtal indebt-. ednessof. the town is $4,i3T.SCi.in ; bonds scheduled to l>e retired-, on or before.April 1, this year... The balances for the ,to\vn aiv. listed as follows: Highway fund! $3,587.69;. .general fund, $10,.436-' .09;- health, fund, $5i-1.8'8; savings account , (fiinds in escrow)'- $1,865.61; and.\ u; . & ' Savings bonds.in escrbwi -$11\ : •.' * s, ** 1 ,„ v«'v. - \''f ' ' *> - i '.: -'y-< A\ -'• - s ' '> . Jackson gency in..0ty 1' W\S THL DAY for^ going awa^, or being awa>. On ovfir trip around the \illage Mon- day we found Joe Widrick had left for r Florida, Jerry MeSweeney ha<l left for Nen yortv and Bob Sundeahaft had left for Syracuse. Angie Meda was trying to leave for Water!own - , , VN Jackson returned liome on- 'Monday froqi Syracuse Mr-nw'nal Hospifal'where.\she. un- derwent ail emeigency appendec- tomy earlv Thursday morning. Mis Jackson and Miss Margaret Traxel of Boonville left on Wednes- day for Syracuse to attend a tea- eht r-nurse conference at the Hotel Onondaga. for a few days En- loute Mis. Jackson was taken ill and shortly after arriving at the hotel it was, decided to remove her to the hospital. luIiHS'Guignarct-; OfIf Q, §yraciise. - \ v > ,- •<. * j ,*• \* '* Julius A Guignaul Jr, fornterly aasociatpd with Guignard Fl'ouht Inc, of North Syracuse, has pur- chafed Pfister Florist and took OUT the business, Northern Xew York's largest letail-wholesalo Uo- rit-t fmii, on Monday, Januai} 26 Mr Guignaj-d graduated from the North Syracuse High School in 3943 Subsequently he served two and a half years in the Kavj Air Corp, then entered, completed and graduated from the depait- ment of Floriculture and Orna- mental Horticulture at Cornell U- nhersrty. Since this time Mr Gui- gnard ha<* worked with his par- ents in their Florist Shop anti- Greenhouse at Noth Syracuse Mr. and Mrs. Julius Guidnard and infant daughter, Rene, have mo\ed from North Syracuse to an apartment in the home of Mrs Fred Reed, 130 Shady a\enue Mrs, Joel Nordholm Feted At Stork Shower Wedn'sd'y Mrs Willard Croney and Mrs A W. R-oberts honored Mrs Joel Nordholm at a stork shower last Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Croney -. : > v- . * , ' s S > f. A ' %. Attend Farmers Co-op's Grand Opening Thursday; 900 Stay for Lunch Moie than 1,200 people stream- ed in and out of the Lowville Farmer's Cooperative's new farm store last \\Txursday on the day of their gi'and opening and more ,than 900 of them stayed for lunch Pancakes, sjrup and cof- fee were served throughout the day Patrons were proud , and the public was awed at the beautiful new store, done completely throughout in knotty pine. As many special prices were made for the event,, business was heavy for the day and the regu- lar staff, plus men from G L F w r ere kept busy taking care of customers and explaining and demonstrating new equipment, feed and other farm supplies Thirteen firms and individuals sent flowers to the Farmer's Co- operative, making the occasion for which the directors and man- ager, Floyd JLoson, have express- ed their gratitude. CLARENCE BOUVAK speaks to one of the visitors, after fie nad pin- ned on an orchid, as. Orin RosS looks on. Charjle StanslMry tails to Manager Tloyd. JLoson at the opening in, the second photo. Pancake eating and part of the crowd at the Farmers Coop are shown too. —One Minute Polaroid Pnoto oy tht Leader

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