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« D JOURNAL A N D REPUBLICAN,lOW V IUE, N.V ° * D W E D N E SDAY. DECEMBER 12, 1973 T O W N H A U T H E A T R E FRI.-SAT.-SUN. DEC. 14-16 FOR THE SAKE OF TOUR SANITY, PRAY H' ISN’T TRIE! At The Churches Just Thinking By Rev. Robert F. Nay m m P r i n t s b y D e Luxe\ ^ | j j | le g e n d \ '7:00 “Hero\ 8:35 D E C . 15 FREE MATINEE S A T . A T 2 P .M . S p o n s o r e d b y t h e l o w v i l l e B u s i n e s s m e n ' s A s s n . ELSATHE LIONESS WAS BORN FREE... NOW HER CUBS ARE LIVING FREE! PLUS CARTOONS C O M I N G DEC. 25-31 ANORMAN JEWISON Rim . e n - •_ „ ______ _ „ „ l SuDda7. D ec. 16, 9:45, SUPERSIAR I S S ^ a s s - 2 2 : sa l; 7:30, Men’s Chorus; 7:30, Youth Fellow ship, F IR S T P R E S B Y T E R IA N Low v ille Rev. John K . Sharp Decem b e r 13, at 8:45 p.m., Junior Cbolr; at 6:45 p.m ., Chancel C h o ir; at 6 p.m ., Instant M u s ic a l R e * hearsal. Sunday, December 16, at 10 a .m ., M o r n in g W o r - ship and Church School; at 11 a.m.. M u s ic and W o rship Com m ittee w ill meet; at 11 a.m ., Trustees w ill meet; at 5:30 p,m., R Y P A w i ll meet in the Andover House; at 7:30 p.m., “ In s t a n t M u s lcal” in the church sanctuary, Wednesday, Decem b e r 19, at 8 p.m .. Alcoholic C r i s i s Group. V is i t o r s a r e w e l­ come. A nursery I s p r o ­ vided for pre-school children. U N IT E D M E T H O D IST Low v iU e Rev. Robert F . Nay Sunday, Dec. 16, m o rning worship, 11 a .m ., sermon by Rev, Robert F. Nay on the topic: “ Where God Needs Man.*’ W e e k -day activities for w o rk and w o rship this week: Wednesday, D e c , 12, 3:30, Brow n ies meet; 7p.m., C h o ir practice; 8unday, Dec. 16, Church School C h ristm a s pageant. Tuesday, Dec. 18, 7 p.m .. Finance Committee meets. U N IT E D M E T H O D IS T Martinsburg Rev. Robert F . Nay Sunday, Dec, 16, m o rning worship, 9:30 a.m., serm o n by Rev. Robert F. N a y on the topic: “ Where God Needs Man.” Saturday, Dec. 15, 10 a.m., choir rehearsal. Monday, 7 p.m., M Y F meets at Karen Denlng’s . N O T E : Wednesday, Dec. 12, -7:8(1 p.m., Christm a s service at the W e a tM a rttos- burg M e thodist Church- Rev. John A ld e r o f Bethel N a z a - rene Church wUl be guest preacher. B E A V E R V A L L E Y U N IT E D M E T H O D B T C H U R C H P a s t o r B r u c e W . Chapman N O T I C E T o g iv e o u r e m p l o y e e s a w e ll e a r n e d h o l i d a y w e e k e n d , We Will Close Dec. 24. S e a s o n 9s G r e e t i n g s T o A l l o f O u r F r i e n d s a n d P a t r o n s T h a n k y o u f o r y o u r p a t r o n a g e a n d f r i e n d s h i p d u r i n g t h e y e a r p a s t , a n d w e l o o k f o r w a r d t o s e r v i n g y o u i n t h e N e w Y e a r a h e a d . T o a ll, o u r s i n c e r e w ish e s Cor a M e r r y C h r istm a s a n d a jo y o u s N e w Y e a r . H o c h B r o s . , I n c , T R IN I T Y C H U R C H Low v ille The Rev. Ladd K . H a r r is Rector Wednesday, 2:45 p.m., Junior and Junior Hlgt Church School; 7:30 p.m., Junior and S e n ior C h o ir R e . hearsal. F r id a y , 3:45 p.m., Junior C h o ir Rehearsal. S u n ­ day, 8 & 10 a .m .,Service with re-dedlcatlon to our Church at both se r v ice s ; 7 p.m., Youth Group meeting in the rectory. Monday, 2:45 p,m., P r im a r y Church School. Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.. Sen ior Choir rehearsal; 7:30 p.m., duplicate bridge. F I R S T B A P T I S T C H U R C H LowviUe, N.Y. Rev. John von Harten, P a s t o r M r s . Anne Eckelm a n O r g a n ist Sunday School fo r a l l age groups wlU start at 9:45 a .m. with M r . Hugh Worden, superintendent o f the Sunday School, ln charge. The w o r­ ship se r v ice w ill begin at I I a.m . Rev. John von H a r ­ ten w ill deUver a B ib lical m e ssage pertaining to the Advent season. M r s . John von Harten w ill present the childrens story. The chan­ cel choir w ill rehearse on Thursday at 7 p.m . Bible study and prayer meeting w ill be Im mediately after the choir rehearsal at 8 P , r a . B E A V E R F A L L S U N IT E D M E T H O D B T C H U R C H Pasto r Bruce W . Chapm an Sunday, Dec. 16,-9:45, Church School c la s s e s - C h r istm a s P r o g r a m rehear­ sa ls; 11:05, Advent W o rship with special m u sic and m e s . sage, “ A n g e ls'*; 6:30, Youth FeUowshlp; 8, Sharin g Groups: Youth a t Parsonage, Adults a t S n a res! C O M M U N IT Y F U L L G 0 6 P E L Low v ille Rev. Abram P. Clem e n s Rev. W illard R. Newman Wednesday, D e c . 12, Wo­ men’s prayer group at 1 p.m.; youth meet at Rev. Clemen’s home at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 13, B ib le - study and prayer meeting at the church at 7:30 p.m. Sun­ dry, Dec. 16, 11 a.m., W o r ­ ship; Sunday schoo) fo r a ll ’ d ie s' »t $:,45 . a.m.;, 7 p.m., J'eventBg‘ p W y e f a n d praise ■ service. U N IT E D M E T H O D IS T Constablevtlle Bev. Forest G. Hunter Sunday, Dec. 16, morning worship, 9 a.m ., serm o n top­ ic: “Joy T o The W o r ld , \ Church School, 9:45 a.m ., Saturday, Dec. 22, 8 p.m ., Sunday School Ch r istm a s party at the church. Get Better Milking For Your Herd- business as wJJjj, On li s t T h u rsday this nation watched tb s su its of one o t its form s o t dem o cracy in action. M r , Gerald Ford w s s elected t o the office o f the V lc e - P r e e l- deut o f the United Stats* b y a p rocess allowed b y t h s la s t amendment to tbe constitu­ tion of these United States. W h ile many sra w u a d srlng D. Stoffle Dead At 68 D a v id Stoffle, 68, o r 1(0 M a in Street, BoonvlU * , died Dec, 2 in St. Elisabeth’s Hospital, UUca, where he bad been a patient three weeks. He bed bees se ­ rio u s ly 111 s ince July. H e w a s horn at Lowwills, January 6, 1905, a so n as N icholas and L o r a Bowman Stoffle, and spent M s young life at Lo w v ill*. F o r ra tim e he w a s employed b y Sm ith O U C o ., N iagara M o ­ hawk And R s . Lo r m o r e and Jones, a ll of Low v ille. He entered the A r m y ln M a y , 1943, and served w ith the 95th general hospital unit ln England snd F r a n c s . B e w a s discharged In 1945. Upon M s return be located in Boonvllle where he op­ erated his own a cattle dealer. H e m a rried Ethel P a tm o re of BoonvUle, July 8, 1987, at Dion. H e was a m e m b e r a t the Balaam F la t s Hunting and Fish in g Club, a form e r m e m ­ ber of the V .F.W . a n d A m . r l - can Legion and form e r mem ­ ber of the L o w v iU e F ire I ) ap­ artm e n t and Low v iU e M o o s e Lodge. M r . Stoffle Is survived by M s widow, M r s . Ethel P . Stoffle; several cousins and nieces and nephews. H a was the la s t member o f a fam U y o f threeebrother and s laters. Tbe funeral was scheduled for Dee. 5 at 1:30 p.m. a l the T r a in o r Fu n e r a l Hom e , Rev. RoU o o . Pierce, pas­ tor of the BoonvlUe M s t t o - dlst Church, officiating. B u r ia l w a s to ba In Bawo- v t U ^ j e m e t e r r ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ U N IT E D M E T H O D B T Glenfleld Rev. Forest G, Hunter Sunday, Dee. 16, m o rning w o rship, 10 a.m ., serm o n topic: “Joy T o The W orld,” Church School, 9 and 10 a.m . 7 p.m ., YouthFellow shtpw tn meat to {dsn lo r Christm a n J W g service, Tuesday, D e c . ' I8,'6:45 p j n . , C h o ir rehear­ sa l. Wednesday, Dec. 19, 6 p.m., The United Methodist Women w ill meet at the bome o f G r a c e W ilder f o r covered dish supper. Then a Christ­ m a s program to follow and gift exchange. Friday, D e c , 21, 7:30 p.m., Sunday S c h o o l C h r istm a s party a t the church. U N IT E D M E T H O D B T Turin Rev. Forest G. Hunter ; Sunday, D e c . 16, m o rning [ w o rship, 11:15 a.m ., Ch r ist­ m a s Special Sunday School wfaStoPtovttSrSTfsdpini' aad what the country i s com ­ in g to, We s t i lt have, without doubt, the best type o t gov­ ernment in the world, in spite «t the disappointment tn the Integrity and judgment o f individual* ta our govern­ ment, tbe p r o c * * * o f o u r gov­ ern tn set goes (lo n g and s e r ­ ves a s lt can Hie Interest of an of its cR isen * . Tbe legislative and Judicial branches of our government have pot faltered snd while the executive b ranch h * s been Im p a ired by lack of trust and confidence in its conduct a t the dom e stic affxlr*, the r e ­ in tiooshlp in foreign affairs has be«n maintained. It is indeed quite a trie bate to the founding fathers who so sk illfu lly thought out *n d brought info b e ln g a s t y la of government w M c b could function ln threesepsratebut equal b r a n c h * * , each w i t h * M n d of check and balance on Hie other. N o other type or kind of government I know could have undergone a ll Hut our executivebrsnchoaa gone through and s t i l l be In s functioning order, M a n y p e r­ so n s of leadership la other kinds o f government could even have experienced what C h H e - o r Greece baa gone NOT1CI ADIRONDACK MUSIC your outhorlxwd| RODGERS organ >* [now prwpar«<i h> aorylcO oil mako»of electronic church orqero. For detail* plHose colt Carl Htllyer or Edward Schnabl at (315) 942-4231. Adirondack Music 133 Main Sfree# fiaonWHa, N.Y. 13309 9 1 we are nil appalled aad ln great disappointment about the W atergate scandal and a ll of its Im p lications, I am su r e we a r e a l l proud o f tbe nation and tbe stru c ­ ture o f the government w Mch can with* trod such internal stre s s and s train. W e have now to get our monopolies under control and allow for m o re competatlve free enterprise, otherwise o o r nation i s sank ln spite a f Its government. L l o y d ’s O f L o w v i l l e OPIN 7 A.M. to 7 P.M. CLOSED SATURDAYS Swrving Broakfast,' ' Luncheons and Dinners Come In A n d See Us Connie & Lloyd Rasmussen R o g e r 's Fabric O u t l e t M a i n Street C r o g h a n , N . Y . 9 a .m . to 3 p .m . SATURDAY, DEC. 15 DARI’KOQL BQU’MATIC HERRINGBONE MILKING PARLOR Program , Church School, 10 a.m .; 12:30 p.m ., Covered Ijsh dinner to follow Stnwhy School program . Everyone Invited. B E T H E L C H U R C H O F T H E N A Z A R E N E Low v ille 1 R e v . John E . Alder Wednesday, 8 p . m . , C h r is- cian Service a l W e st M a r - tinsburg United Mvtbodlat Church. Sunday, 9:48 p.m ., annual ro r l s t m a s program ; m u s ic by teen chotr; 11:00, morning worship; 6:00, c h o ir practice; 7:00, evening ser­ vice, Wednesday, 8:00. Im­ pact Group meets; 7:80, ■monthly m issionary meeting. Dec. 23, Candlelight s e rvice. Teen choir w ill be liegtng. S . I . m i ;; 5 4 \ S U E D E C L O T H (m e n m n d e luede with rubberised bees) *2.49 .SALE $ 1 9 9 a * | ni n A a V iW iaU in \ 40\ M E T A L L I C backed wltb so il cotton -A ■I—T* oniv $ 4 4’ NOW 5 4 \ -6 0 ” S W E A T E R K N IT S , bonded lo hold their sh a p e *2.99 IT A L I A N K N I T S & i s ,..d (ve. P O L Y E S T E R M E N ’S W E A R *3.49 6 0 \ P O L Y E S T E R D O U B L E K N I T S l-3yard cute •2.99 $ | 9 9 6 0 \ P O L Y E S T E R D O U B L E K N I T S choose from a fantastic sedocHon of bolts. *3.88 Wko s a id prices keep going higher? Jutt arrived In tim e for this special 10 0 s of U N D E R Y A R D P I E C E S o eiortvd fobrlci. 2 9 1 60” P O L Y E S T E R D O U B L E K N I T S (slightly Irr’t) ’7^v?ff9!9!QffiWfflfflSE3R38EBEu3BS52&3S3B£E3£9E9 1 2 9 yd. •S a m Jim •S a m Work With a new D»ri-Eool Bou-Matic Herringbone Parlor you have a fast, highly efficient milking ftystem. The cows are handled in groups—one gate to open—onn gate to close. Electric, metered, feeding. Ycvr Factory-Trained Deafer In This Area h — H & K O R T L IEB D a iry Equipment P.O Box 333 S623 Cemutary Rd. Martimburg, N.V, Ph. 374-2707 _ or 376-3421 Hnrrkvillp 343-2516 Croghan, 346-6311 S a m e i J . S c a n l o n , p r e s i d e n t o f t h o S c a n l o n F u n e r a l H o m o , I n c . , H a r r i s v i l l e , h a t a n n o u n c e d t h e o p e n i n g o l t h e S c a n l o n F u n e r a l H o m e o n M a i n S t r e e t I n C r o g h a n . T h e n e w f u n e r a l h o m e , u n d e r t h e l i c e n s e d m o n o g e r s h i p o f h i s s o n , J a m e s E . , o f f e r s m o d e m f a c i l i t i e s , i n c l u d i n g a c o m p l e t e l y g i * w c h a p e l , l o u n g e , o f f i c e a n d c a s k e t d i s p l a y r o o m . » D e s i g n e d w i t h t h e h e l p o ? m a n y C r o g h a n a n d a r e a r e s i d e n t * , t h e h o m e I t c e n f r o l l y l o c a t e d a n d o f f e r s e a s y a c c e s s f o r t h e t o w n s a n d v i l l a g e s s u r r o u n d i n g C r o g h a n . M r . S c a n l o n a n d h i s s o n a r e n o w a v a i l a b l e t o p r o v i d e c o n s i d e r a t e e n d d i g n i f i e d s e r v i c e t o t h u s - w h o tmv. b * . „ b . r a o v . d b y t h a f o „ o f o l o v a d o n . . t a m a k . c m p l M * a r r a n g e m e n t s , t h e y o t t e r t h e i r a s s i s t a n c e t o a n y w h o m a y r e q u i r e t h e i r s e r v i c e s . •w,-: - >?

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