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Lowville leader and Lyons-Leyden ledger. (Lowville, N.Y.) 1953-19??, January 28, 1954, Image 5

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News of. Lewi women at a dessert bridge on Th- ursday afternoon Prizes were a- '' warded to Mrs. Edgar Miller and ' Mi s Edgai Merrell Mrs. : Robert Lynch will • enter- tain guests at '.a dessert bridge oh Friday afternoon .in honor of her cousin, Mrs. Robert 'Leah of New- l ark Miss Barbara Anderson of New 'York City will arrive Saturday to spend several days as the guest of Mr and Mrs E J^ Wolfe, Jr Mrs William Ralsten plans to leave Friday to \spend three months SITVSET HOSPITAL NEWS — A daughter, Cynthia Mane was born, to Mr ip and .Mrs.. .William Muha Boonulle, January 15th A son, James. Edison, .was born to. Mr. and.Mrs. Edison.Mqrley, of Fores tport, January.. 16th.. Mr., and. Mrs. ...Leo. : Goodhines, West Leyden, became the parents of a daughter Gail Joanne on January 2ls.t. A daughter Colleen Marie was born to Mr and Mrs Edward Cro- ghan Marcy, January 23rd Mr...and Mr.s. Loren. Fruin,.Port in Lottie Falls as the guest of her. Leyden became the parents of a brother-in-law and sister, Dr and t son, Dennis Raymond, Jan 24th Mrs Charles Hough Dr and Mrs Paul Germann were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs Leroy Jones in Utica Mr and Mrs Nonman. Tanenbaum and dau. ghter, Holly, of Bayonne, N. J., returned to fheir home on Friday after spending a couple of days visiting. Mrs Tanenbaum's parents Dr, and .Mrs Germans. Mr and Mrs Fred McCloskey sad .Mr .and Mrs Willard Croney were «>4iests and, hostesses at a f&rewell party- on Saturday even- jug; for Mr and Airs. Joel Nord- iiotai, who are leaving this wee- snd to make their home in Bath. Mr. IVbrdholnr has been assistant Lewis Count yAgncultural agent and will assume a similar position at Bath Mr and Mrs 1* M Toussamt will leave dn Thursday for a trip south Their daughter, Mrs Kamage will drive her parents south returning home by plane Mrs Kobert Lipton left Sunday for NewJYork City where the, Lip-. tons wj^jnake, their hon^e xp^Stu- yvescant Town TtoTeir .-sens, Treb and Greg will 30m them later The Lowville Civic Club will meet Thursday afternoon, Febru- ary 4, at the home of Mrs J Yale Moore with Mrs Roy Arthur as assisting hostess Mrs Stanley Mil- ler, local librarian, will give a book review Mrs Robert Lean and two child, ren, Ann and Joh'n, of Newark, are visiting Mrs Lean's parents, Mr •and Mrs. .Russell N6rt-z,.Mi\. Lean will spend the weekend in Low- ville The East Lowville Home Bur- eau will hold a euchre party, Sat- urday, January 30, for the bene- fit of the March of Dimes at the Martinsburg Town Hall There will be a covered dish supper at 7 15 p m to which the public is invit- ed Colored slides on wild flowers will be shown at the supper Circle Six of Trinity Episcopal A son was born to Mr and Mrs Joseph Conway, Boonville, Jan 25 Constableville Mary Van Zandt, student at La v Moyne College, spent the weekend ADTTLT ED. CLASSES BEADY Lyons Falls News XETINA McINTYKJL, E Mr. and Mrs'.\. Theodore Mcln- tyre'announce the engagement of their \daurjhtoir >~etina Annavone, fo Charles Leonard Dovoe, son of Mr. \an'd Mrs,\ Stanley Devoe of Bobnvflle. Miss Mclntyre is ~a junior at Lvons Falls High School Mr Devoo is 1 graduate of Boon- ville Central School,' class of 1952. He is \employed oh\'his father's farm No dafe has been set for the' wedding The Lyons Falls American Leg- ion Auxiliary will hold their reg- UlaT meeting Monday, February, 1 at 8 p m in t he Legion rooms. Mrs Raymond Burke will preside, with her parents, Mr and Mrs John Van Zandt James Brayden, director of ad- ult education in the Lyons Falls The annual meeting and family High school, has announced that mgbt of St Paul s Episcopal plans for more classes in adult ed church will take place on the eve- will be completed soon An ad- ning of January 28th A covered dish supper at 7 will precede the meeting Mr and Mrs Norman Higby recently entertained Clinton Shep ard, Syracuse brother of Mrs Hig- by Miss Eileen Felshaw, R N, of Albany, recently spent some tune with her parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Felshaw Mr and Mrs Francis Kelly, of St Louis, visited his parents Mr and Mrs Leon Kelly, and other re- church will meet Monday evening, latives during the past week February 1, at 6 30 The commit- J Miss Barbara Skorupa Morns, tee is Mrs L P MT Gaylord, \Mrs ' N Y and Mis Josephine Skorupa, Harold Fairchild Miss Mane Far- R N, Utica enjoyed the weekend ney and Mxs'Paul McCue ' Mrs Ross Phelps entertained 12 ' Skorupa ! with their mother Mrs Mary Tiptop Shape MACHINES MAKI DOLLARS DO MORE. This m NEW RAJl BY THE MILE, znoie than 76,000 tons 0% MACHINES MAKi BOUMS B« ««*=. iu» «u- l#of it, wul go down along the famous Water Spicks up, cleans ana replaces rock b last under Level Route in 1954. And that's just one item New York Central's program for improving its all- weather steel highway. A program that will total over $115,000 000 this year! & mile of track in less than an hour It saves daya of old-time handwork. And it assures you a clean, well dramed, easy-ndmg roadbed when you ship or travel by New York Central. MACHINES MAKI BETTER JOtS, TOO. Fulling out 3 MACHINES MAKI BETTER JU»8 , TOO. ruiUD g out • worn ties was once, a slow, back-breaking job. Today, two men with this power puller can pluek out an \eight-foot 200-pound tie in. seconds. This year, CenHal is investing $2,000,000 in such efficient maf-Kmai that make 'work mww. 4 YET YOU I»AY NO TAXES on all this, as you must • for tax-supported airways, waterways, and high- ways used by big, inter-city trucks. Only your Hailroad builds, maintains, and pays taxes on its roadway. Yes, top transportation that pays lis own -way M &• CENTRAL IDEA! visory group met' with Mr Bray- den Tuesday at the school Plans are underway for classes and dis- cussion, groups which will be form- ed shortly The ceramics class started Wednesday at 7 p, m. The stenciling class will meet every Monday night at 7 Oren Cook is the instructor of the electronics class Which is held every Thurs- day night at 6 30 in the mill con- ference room There is also an A- menean Heritage class which has its meeting every other week in [the Lyons Falls Free Library, with Robert Isler as instructor These classes are open to the pub- he BRIBOE BARTr HELD — On Monday evening .Mrs Rob- ert Isler entertained three tables of bridge in honor of Mis George Helmstetter and Mrs H Bently Hobart Piizes were won by Mrs Hobart and Mrs Fred Tingley Mis Isler presented Mrs Helm st-etter and Mis Hobart with gifts HOME BUREAU MEETS — The regular meeting of the Ly- ons Falls Home Bureau was held at the home of Mrs Gerald Bos- hart with Mrs Kenneth Synder as assisting hostess Mrs Clarence L Fisher gave a delightful talk on Maturing Successfully ' The [meeting was concluded with a Jpaity in honor of Mrs George ) Helmstetter Who is leaving Lyons I Falls Mrs Helmstetter was pre- j sented with a gift in appreciation of her work as chairman of this unit and leader of several projects Refreshments were served. CH4RLES NORTHRU3P DEAD— j Word has been received by Mrs {Otis C Parrish, Lyons Falls, of the passing of Chailes D Noith- rup, 90, at ttie home of his daugh- ter Mrs Chanmng Wagner, Wil- mington, Delaware, Saturday Jan- 23 A native of Lewis County and brother of the late Lewis North- j rup, Lyons Falls, Charles Northrup was born March 12 1863 on the Fish Creek road, town of Greig and spent his youth, m that area m the booming days of the tan- neries and saw mills Mr Northrup married Jennie Salisbury sister of the late El- mer E Hess, Lyons Falls When first married they made their home at Gould Mill now Gould- town About 1890 they moved to Circleville Ohio, then to Urbana, Ohio, where they lived until the death of Mrs Northrup about 1937 His sister, Mrs Wagner, and a son, Dudley, of Baltimore, survive i&JEWTEACHERS,\ ; — Beginning February 1, Mr John A Macmtyre, Jr, will teach the Citizenship Education courses m the local high schol Mr Maeintyre is a graduate of the State Teacher College, Albany, and has -done un- der-graduate work at Siena Coll- ege, New York A native of Green- bush, New York, he has served m the Navy during the war and is an active member of the Amer- ican Legion His teaching exper- ience includes Milne High School, Albany Mr Macmtyre met with the local faculty -during; a recent in-service study program Also, Mis Margaret H Hayes is retunng again as a substitute to teach- commercial work m the high school Mrs Hayes served m a similar position during the spring of 1952 She has a Master s degree from Syracuse University in the field of guidence Mi's Hayes re- sides in Boonville Both are cordially welcomed to the faculty SOCIETY OFFICERS NAMED— The annual meeting for the elec- tion of officers l of St John's Cath- olic church s Rosary Society was held Thursday evening at 8 m the church hall After the members had watched Bishop Sheen on tele- vision the business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs John Sheldon Mn> Harry Sweeney, chairman of the nominating committee sub- mitted the following slate of offi- ceis who were elected President Mrs Eloise Soper vice-president, Mrs Ruth Bnttan, secietajy Mrs Marguerite Fitzgerald, treasurer, Mrs Betty Brown The new pres- ident then named the chairman of the following committees Pro- gram, Mrs Mary Sheldon, (chap- lain, Mrs Evelyn Perry, publicity, Mrs Jeanne Zuiburgg, sunshine, Mrs Clara Brill, missions, Mrs Florence Sweeney, memberships, Mrs Ethel Shue, finance., Mrs Ruth Bnttan chairman, with Mrs Kay Getman and Mrs Agnes Ma- har as assistants, by-laws, Mrs Lorraine Gleason Following the meeting a white elephant sale was held Refresh- ments weie served b> Mis Eloise Soper and Mrs Ruth Bnttan SUNEKGOI GROUP TO MEET —; The' Suneigoi Societj of Forest Presbyterian church will hold then regular meeting at the home of I Mrs Lawrence Pfoff on Thursday, February 4, at 8 p m Mrs Rob- iert Isler, president will preside Mrs Herbert Gaylord and Mrs William Dart will act as co-host- 'esses.

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