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Lowville leader and Lyons-Leyden ledger. (Lowville, N.Y.) 1953-19??, June 10, 1954, Image 5

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ixmmmsmx&tm^ I 9-1 BARN DANCE Every Sunday Night Beginning June 13th 1954 Music by the BLUE RAMBLERS at Francis Kirk's New Barn 2 Miles North of Boonville on Route 12-D REFRESHMENTS I 3K :•! :•: :•: :•: :•:! :•: Class of '48 Plans Reunion June 26 The 6th annual banquet and reunion of the class of 48 of (L.F.A. will be held at Brantingham Inn and planning of the project meet- ing will be held. This is an import- ant meeting and all members are urged to attend. •92 'spop.o i Class members may bring a guest. Members please make reservations BBOWNEIJu ABOARD SHIP— __ Merrill S, Brownell, aviation machinist's- mate second class, US N, son of Mr and Mrs Sterling E. Brownell of Barnes Corners, N. Y. and husband of Mrs. Evelyn with Lawson Virkler, Lowville by M \ B \>wneU of Watertown, N. Y., is serving aboard the attack air- craft carrier USS Midway in the Mediterranean Area. June 19. LOWVIIXE HOME BUREAU TO MEET JUNE 17th The JLowville afternoon Home Bureau unit wjll meet on Thurs- day, June 17 at 2 p. m. at the Vill- age Library. Elections of officers BAPTIST CHURCH ^T Children's Day will be observed at the Lowville Baptist Church with a special sermon by the pas- tor on the theme, \looking Ahead\ There wall also be a junior sermon entitled, \Tune To Help Others\ Also, there will 'be a service of dedication of Children The Cherub choir will sing as well as the senior choir. The Sunday school will meet at 11 45 A, M under the direction of Superintendent, Kilpatnck. 38 52 :<•: 8 Lowville Community Birthday Calender The purpose of this unusual calender is to build friendliness and cordial relationship among all the people of this community, plus giving local informa- tion about all important community events. 1 H All the proceeds taken in by.the Lowville Saw-an- il is Club on this project, with the exception of the aet- f| ual cost of printing the calenders, will be used for the If many worthy Kiwanis projectb which are carried on 1? throughout the year. Some of these projects are — lj • PicniG for Fresh Air Children, hosts and families js • Annual Halloween Parade and Party I • Annual Christmas Party for Foster Children i and, many cases of help to needy cases that are || I brought to our attention throughout the year. SK' •ff. 1 33 ! I> iff. s>: 3K I 3 :<•: 3X | 38 This calender will contain all information that % any other calender has plus the following: , so: H 1 — Meeting dates of various clubs. | 2 — Other important civic dates § 3 — Printed name of the person on his birth- | >: •s day or wedding anniversary. Your cost is $.25 to have your own name on the calender, plus $.50 for the calender, but it will actual- ly cost your nothing for several merchants are offer- ing special discounts on purchases you make on your birthday. |j Let's all get into the spirit and get every name I* in Lowville on the calender so that we can at least g call friends and wish them a happy birthday. || Within the next few days a member of the Low- g ville Kiwanis Club will be calling at your home to se- £ STl A eure the names and birth dates of all members of your family. WELCOME THEM WHEN THEY CALL HELP US TO MAKE THIS PROJECT AN OUT- | STANDING SUCCESS AND TO MAKE OUR :•: :<? STl A :•: Friendly Community Even More Friendly We Wish You No Harm— — BUT— i You'll Die Laughing At Our New PANDA PRINT Greeting Cards * * * V 2 GAL. HOME MADE Ice Cream .95 OPEN SUNDAYS ROCHE'S You Qet a Better Used Car From a Buick Dealer 1952 BUICK Special 2 Dr. Radio, Heater, Dynaflow 1951 FORD 6 Blue, 2 Dr. Radio and Heater. 1950 BUICK Super 4 Dr. Very Mce, Radio, Heater and Dynaflow 1950 BUICK Special 4 Dr. Low mileage, Dynaflow Radio and PTeatei-. 1950 Custom 2 Dr. FORD Runs perfectly. Radio & Radio and Hra+<v. 1950 B T JICK Social 4 Dr. Radio, Heaixi, Dvnaflow 1949 BUICK 2, Dr. Black -Excellent finish & mech- anically. Dynaflow, R&H 1949 FORD V8 2 Dr. new paint. Very good ear. R and Heater. 1949 PACKARD 4 Dr. at Lowprice. excellent trans portation, 1941 CHEVROLET 2 Dr. Farney Buick Co. Utica Blvd. ®®®:<>:®®s:<>:^ § gj Suggestions for the GRADUATES at THE BOOK STORE | PEN & PENCIL SETS $2 to $19.95 | DICTIONARIES ' from $2 to $6.00 Phone 57 Lowville, N.Y. | BIBLES '_ $1.25 to $10.00 !§ ' Js | BOOK ENDS $1.95 to $5.95 § I BLOTTER PAD SET $5.00 § | REMINGTON PORTABLE Typewriters, __ $69.95 up § iff. 38 :« :•: 38 :•: :o: »: — MANY OTHER IDEAS — Don't Forget To See Our Line of GIBSON ss 4 | | GRADUATION CARDS and THANK YOUS 1 •••••••••••••••••••••••»•••••••••»••»•••••••••••• Short Sleeves Men's and Boy's Store Downstairs From $1.98 to $3.98 HILL'S DEFT STORE LOWVILLE, N. Y. •»•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••»•••••»•»»••••••••

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