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Lowville leader and Lyons-Leyden ledger. (Lowville, N.Y.) 1953-19??, March 11, 1954, Image 15

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PAGE SIX — LOWVILLE LEADER THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1954 County k: The 110th Infantry tOiakl Bills reign today^sas 28th Division Ski champions of 1954 after copping first place m all three events last week at the division meet in Ber- chtesgaden. Last year's winner, IVt Robert Marmon, of Port Ley den, 110th Infantry streaked honr.e first m the slalom in the sensa aonal time of 88.5, seconds for his two.runs, on the 400 meter course. The sec-j end man's time was 1012 seconds J The downhill race proved to bej the spectaqular Mamaojn's second! triumph as he came home first j with a 4 26 minutes time for the two and a half mile ru •f army lie has won several first places this year among American and European skiers He is the son of Mr and Mrs William Mar- mon of Port Leyden. rue Marmott scored 294 6£ points m the combination scormi The purpose of the meet was| to select 12 men to represent the division m the foxthconimg TI S. A B E 1J R champions nips. Bob M?rmon \former on the Port Leyden Cen~ team, is now m Germanj ace skieP ral school with the \A sure sign they're good\ Cushion Innersole Inside Knee Harness SHOE STORE Lowville and Boonvi|Ie Webb High School, of Old Forge the annual Lewneida League ski meet at. Snow. Ridge,. Turin, last Thursday. The Old Forge team turned m the winning score in both the downhill and slalom They nosed jaz Port Lejden in the downhill event and Boonville in the slalom Gary Vaughn of Old. Forge won the downhill m 27 seconds and Stanley E\ans of Constableville won the slalom m 31 Ys seconds ixathermQ Cox o£ Port Leyden won both the downhill and slalom for girls m 29 8 and 30 8 seconds respectively. The teams ended in this order Old Forge, Port Leyden Boonville, and Lyons Falls The Greig Home Bureau unit will meet March 18 at 7 30 at the John Greig school for a civil de- fense instruction by Mr Cramer. The Turin Home Bureau unit will meet March 30 at 8 p m at the home of Mrs Albert Benedict will be given and leather craft will be- shown At Sports Banquet TMr Russell Soper, Athletic Director of General Martin Central School, Glenfield, has announced that the annual Sports Banquet will be held in the school gymnas- ium Wednesday, March 24, 1954, at 7 30 P M This Banquet which is m honor of the Sport players and cheerleaders is sponsored by the P T A. The guest speaker wiil be Mr Paul Patten, head coach of Foot- ball and Athletic Director of St Lawrence University, who is well known m the North Country Mr Patten, once played football at Notre Dame University, under the chools former coach Frank Leahy A^ it has been a long time since the General S/fjrtin team has won the Lewneida League Champion- ship, we urge everyone to come and honor our team aL tbeir annual ioits Banquet Tickets are now on sale, and may oe procuied at the school BAPS1ST CmXBCH NOTES At the morning service oi wor- hip at th<? Lowville Baptist ch- urch next Sunday the ordinance OL baptism will be administered The sermon theme vyjll be, \The Symbolic Door of the Church.\ The Sunday school will meet at 11 45 a m with Kenneth Kilpat- iick in charge The Youth Fellowship will meet -at 5 30 p m Jill Teeter will give a book review on \The Other Wise Man \ Thursday evening, March 25£h, Dr S Arnold Westcott, pastor of the First Baptist Church, -Syra- cuse, will 'be the guest speaker for the Union Lenten Service at 7 30 at the Presbyterian church The Lowville Baptist church will join m this service The Ladies Aid and Missionary March 26th at 2 30 -at the chuich Society will meet Friday afternoon Hostesses will be .Mrs. William Harino Mrs, Lester. .Freeman.-.and Betty Freeman. At Cornell Week For the first time in the history of Farm and Home Week, held March 22 through March 26, at Cornell University, Ithaca, Home Bureau women will have their own style show The show, called, \The Three F's\ (Fashion, Fit, Figure) will be held Tuesday, March 23 at U a m in the home economics aud.iormm ol the university Each county m the state is sel- ecting one Home Bureau membei as a ie,>res>enfc>ti\o in \The Three F's ' The women selected will mo j del an outfit she has made m a Home Bureau pioject Some models will be accompanied by members ol tho iamily, showing gaiments the Home Bureau mem-; bei has made JMrs Paul Sykes] Irom Natural Bridge wiB be the model from Lewis County taking part in the iasnion review Mrs Sykes \will wear a. -dark green 1-aule suit with, welt pocket de- tails, an overlay front jacket ef- tect, and -a shaped collar The place to get them the price yon, want to pay is at way you want them at the the LOWVILLE LEAD1S Corporal John O. Boyd, Jr, USIV1C, will recei\e his discharge fiern the US Marine Corps on Fuday, March 19 at the Marine Co^s Aii Station at El Toio Cali- lornia, where he lias been station- Cpl Bo\^ is the .son of Mrs Arietta Boyd and the late John Bo.»d, LoTiw-Jle He was drafted into the maimes m March, 1952, and following boot training at Parris Island, S C, was sent to Chen y-Point, J.-L C following this he was assigned to airman's school at Jacksonville, Fla Upon complet- ion of tins he was advanced to metalsmith school at the naval air station at Memphis, Tenn At marine air station at El Toro he was an the engine shop After visiting relatives and friends m San Francisco, he will leave for home the end ot the month eel Stamps with purchase of 8 or more gallons of gasoline .-SAT., MARCH 19-20 AT 25 State Street \WE GIVE AND KEDEEMRED STAMPS\ Watch - For DOUBLE STAMP Dap - Watch SERVIC Lowville, N.Y.

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