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Lowville leader and Lyons-Leyden ledger. (Lowville, N.Y.) 1953-19??, January 13, 1954, Image 5

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Bowling The Greig* Garage team, 56 games won and 12 lost, holds down first spot bowling league, in the Industrial: followed closely by Tommy's Grill, which has\\; 52-16 record Other team standings are Ti- gers, 42%-25%; General Tele phone, 36-32, ABC and K. of C, 1, tied at 35%_-32%, Moose 1, 32%-35%, Pfister Florist, 32-36 Cubs, 27%-40%, Moose 2, 23%- 44%, Lowville Veneer, 20-48 and' K of C, 15-53 The Tigers team scored both tne team high single and triple with scores of 1051 and 2976 respec- tively * Eugene VerSchneider rolled the high single with a 237 tally and the high triple with a 602 scorg Donald Anderson has the high average—169 ', -•Uk £31 Bank and Market Tie for Croghan *\ Bowling Honors,; Team W L Croghan Nat'l Bank 41 23 Grand Union 41 23 Monnat & Nortz 34 30^ Marilley's Store 31 33 United Block 28 36 < 438 Farney Motor 27 37 -,422 'Lehman & Zehr 27 37 422 Burkhard's Heating 27 37 422 The Grand Union bowling team took four points from the United Block in. the K of C pm loop last week to go into first place tie as the Croghan National Bank was taking three points from Lehman & Zehr •Marilley's Store dropped three points to the Burkhard Heating team and Farney Motor took three points from Monnat & Nortz, Elmer Golden had high indi- vidual single, 224, followed by William Meyer with 218 Golden also had high individual triple, 589 James MariUey had three games of 176 each for triplicate of 528 Burkhard's Heating took team honors with a 1051 and a 2898 triple. f & BILL'S Jerry and Bill's Barbers, With four games won -and none lost, leads at the end of P the first week of play m the second half of the Lowville Community Bowling league schedule Bush's and Tigers' teams are tied for second -spot with 3-1 rec- ords The Independents, Ver's, Guepe-'s, Farney's, Krafit and Co- Op teams have identical 2-2 rec- ords \The Hornets' and Kiwams teams have won one and lost three while Lloyd's team has lost four. Bush's team scored the high triple with 2868 Farney's rolled the- team \high game with 1025 John Bush scored the high triple with- a 566 tally and the high sin- gle with 219- In the individual standings, Courthouse JmM Black River Bank -Coaiuris still out in front with 182—15 for 48 games C'yille.Offer Adult Ed. Ck6s in lit! William N. Kaskela, principal of onstablevdle central school, has announced that a new adult ed- ucation course in literature will begin- at the school Tuesday eve- ning- John Kaiser of the language department is leader of the course entitled \American Literature 1900 to 1950\ Trustees Elected At Presbyterian Henry's Hotel In First Place In Women's League Team He'nry's Hotel Mercantile Maids Ethel's Bateman Hotel Donald Duck Teeter's Chevrolet Ross & Son Women of Moose Watertown Mattress V. P. Jewelers , Shaw's Rest Lowville Dairy- 53 44 42 41% 39 36 35 35 33 27 25% 21 Lost 19 28 30 30% 33 36 37 37 39 4o 46% 51 Henry's Hotel is leading the Lowville Women's Bowling league at the end of the week's play with a record of 53 wins against only 19 losses The leaders are nine games ahead of ,the second place Mercantile Maids while Ethel's and the Bateman Hotel are third and fourth respectively. Ehzabeth Gordon is high aver- age bowler with a 154-20 aver- age for 54 games. Muriel Dekin is second with 152-27 while Dor- othy Jacunski is third with 152-JL2. Others are Loretta Alcoxnbrack, Kenneth E Ford, A G Stem- brenner and Lawson Jtamage have been elected trustees for three- year terms of the First Presby- terian church ., Deacons elected to three-year terms at last Friday's meeting were John S Mumford, Jr, Cles- son Cook and Dr John Schheder. They will be ordained at the wor- ship service Sunday morning Elders reelected to succeed themselves for three years were Lyndsay D Fowler, Jr, Dr Paul G Germann and Dr Carl A Schheder. Harold T Allen, clerk of the session, reported that 40 new members had joined the church in the past year, bringing the total membership to 489. The most rapid progress'm ag- riculture over the past 1 'few years has been made by farmers in adapting the results of new re- search in crop management to their individual farms A good deal of the credit for informing iarmers on these subjects in ] York State is due to the leader- ship of outstanding men in the departments of Agronomy and. Plant Breeding. J Two of these, Dr Sam Aldnch and Dr Carl Lowe, will present a program at the court house m Lowville on Jan 20 Their prin- cipal emphasis will be on forage crops and hay and pasture, but they will also discuss home-grown grains The program will begin with a movie illustrating the progress of the seed industry m bunging fanners every year r a wider se- lection of pure vigorous seed, adapted to their need The spe- cialists will go on to discuss ftie, increases, yi crop yields and the York State have been conserving I way practical farmers' in New and improving their soil by proper selection of crops, fertilizers, and management practices A discussion of management of corn crop, both for silage and to produce gram, will be taken up right after lunch followed by 'Good Forage, the Backbone of in which the specialists take up how to get a good seeding and how to maintain it. Research on the new development of control of insects m hay crops; will be reported and one of the| most important items on the pro- gram will be a discussion by a panel of farmers on the subject, \Can We Cut Fxpenses for Seed, Fertilizer, and Lime'\ All dairymen are cordially in- vited This session will be in the Clime Room, downstairs m the courthouse. Howard P. Sterner starts his 25th year at the Black River Na- tional Bank m 1954 Mr Sterner was first employed at the bank m 1929 as a bookkeeper, when Jay S Bowen was president and John Porter was cashier In 1943, Mr Sterner was made assistant cashier, succeeding Wil- liam L Easton, who resigned At that tune J M Russum was cash- ier and Fay L Parker was presi- dent After graduating from Lowville academy m 1924, Mr Sterner be- came a teller at the Jefferson County National Bank, now called the Watertown National Bank. He transferred to the Black River National Bank after five years Mr Sterner is a past master of Masonic Lodge 134, F & A M, and a past high priest of the Royal Arch Masons He has been treas- urer of the Lowville academy and central school district No 1 since 1938 1 , and for many years treas- urer of Boy Scout Troop 68, q£. the Presbyterian church and is a member of that church He is married to the former Miss Ruth Schute, of New\Bremen The couple have two children? Paul, who is attending General school, vorking at G.E and Julia, a freshman at Lowville academy. _ -**-~ Judge Moran Is „ Elected Warden At Trinity Church County Judge Miller B. Mbran was elected -warden oi Trinity Episcopal church for a I two-year terin. at the annual meeting Tues- day night Vestrymen elected to three-year terms were Victor Clarke, Edgar S K Merrell r 2nd, and C Phelps Carter The past year's activities of the church were reviewed by the rector, Rev Arnold J Peder- sen, and plans £or the coming year Were discussed - > (Jitesior Campaiw set tor Saturday Th hl f y holy-. x>f Airman- Second„ Class Wilfred Campaay -arajyed- here Wednes day_ afternoon' _and taken to the Virk-ter fuaeral home where^friendsfn^r-call to^ night from' 7 tf | and^day 2 to 4 .and. 7 to 9, ^ .Saturday Peter's^ church o BuriaL will _bfe an. Rural cemeter^ ln\ltrie .spring\ r_^jl °i \ Reserve Distrlct'TSTd i Report of Condrtl<jfi' of ' ^ ' LEWIS COUNTY TSUST TiOMPANY ' New York - a member of the Federal Reserve System, at 77 Z LEWIS COUNTY HEALTH ASSOCIATION The Lewis County Health asso- ciation will hold a board of direc- tors meeting in the clinic room of the courthouse on Jan 18 at 7 3, for the purpose of selecting an executive secretary to succeed Mrs Richard Bostwick, who has resigned A report*of the association of | ceding year's busiest cancellation the sale of Christmas Seals shows i day was- Dec 18 when 22,790 were that $3,263 was collected as of Postoffiee Living Up To 1st Class Status in Business Postal receipts at the Lowville post office for 1953 showed an in- crease of nearly $2,000 over the previous year, Sherman Day, post- master, disclosed today The total for 1953 was $42,688 25 while m 1952 the receipts totaled $40,70943 The increase in 1953 receipts is $1,978,82 Domestic money orders came to $327,39017 m 1953, with fees of $3,742 45 In 1952, $313,07125— $14,319 52 less than 1953—were re- ceived, with fees of $3,694 25 In- ternational money orders made out m 1953 totaled $765 94, while the 1952 total was only $8210 The same value of postal savings bonds in 1953 was $10,800 The 1952 total was slightly less—$10,- 350 The greatest number of can- cellations the past year—21,400— were made on Dec. 21. The pre- Jan. 7 This compares to $3,22135 collected at the same tune a year ago Mrs Botswick reports that there is still tune to send m your contribu+ion to the Lewis County Health Association for the fight against tuberculosis. counted. In the period from Dec. 18 through Dec 23, 1953, during the \Christmas rush,\ a total of 347,750 cancellations were made. The\ Lowville post office became a first class posfFoffice\ on JSly 1, '1953, after being inL\sefcond class 1 status for years. \ with a call made by the S-upermtentierft of Banks pursuant to the provisions of the Banking Law of the State of New York and the Federal Reserve Bank of this district pursuant to the provisions, of the Federal Reserve Act 1 ASSETS Cash, balances with other banking institutions, including reserve balances, and cash items in process of collections 683,053 87 United States Government obligations, direct and guar- anteed 1,385,593 75 Obligations of States and political subdivisions 448,742 00 Other bonds notes and debentures 158j807 89 Corporate stocks (including $9,000 00 stock of Federal 'Reserve Bank) , . 9,000 00 Loans and discounts (including $3785 overdrafts) 1,585,36686 Banking premises owned $46,802 70, furniture and fix- tures $6,855 00 1 , 53,657 70 Real estate owned other than banking premises 15,000 00 Other assets ^_ 1,284 38 Total Assets $4,340,506 45 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and cor- porations $1461,484 23 Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corpora- tions 1,982,52165 Deposits of United States Government 66,009.77 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 333,534 32 Other depositsKcertified and officers' checks, etc ) 73,14619 f Total Deposits $3,916,696 16 Other liabilities 28,233 85 Total Liabilities (not including subordinated obliga- tions shown below) CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital t Surplus fund Undivided profits Reserves , -$3944,930.01 150,000 00 150,00000 90,576 44 5,000 00 Total Capital Accounts 395,57644 Total Liabilities and Capital Accounts $4,340,506 45 t This institution's -common stock with total par value of $150,- 000 00 MEMORANDA Assets pledged or assigned -to secure liabilities and for other purposes $ 525,982.75 I, E A. Zehr, Secietary of the above-named \institution hereby certify that the above statement is true to-the best of my knowledge and belief Correct—Attest: E Ar ZEHR, Secretary B. K JOHNSON STUAfeT S.-TSfr '©WIGHT N,2>UDO

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