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Lowville leader and Lyons-Leyden ledger. (Lowville, N.Y.) 1953-19??, March 11, 1954, Image 4

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PAGE FOUR — LOWVILLE LEADER — THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1954 Lewis County Page -Siitefeir Bigait in .\- l$m>w,.RMge..yva.s represented./!]* j two.\big-league sM'races. in as iriany . we'ekeiids witK'Rexiie Cpx: at Wyo*- V.ttiing and;' Fra'ri? Elsigjao, .jSiipw - •Ridge'\- \sMmeister';fracjiftg : uj-' 'tfe. ri :T \at\ : Mt, '.Treia&lo^t-r.^Q; ago; Racing iji.<ffie open 'evepl Which includes .alTtie..pros, 'I^raaz '. .flashed.'bis. .wiy,-tQV.a.. Bt-S-. In,, tlie ,?.s|a|:pin:. \ and- ; a--, 5;tti -..in.. the ' .dewrihill.lor/a 4ffli, in the i . IT,'- aji ; .;ap.poiia-1men1:. ; to. West JPofert through Reg. 'ETarold.' ^e,' Iflihms:;' pe; took : tnU'Tpi rch aeti%& - lit\ ;and; •^•\p - Wort Leyden Central. •'\• \ ^l- •='.=-. ?:••••'•. * .I' ' '•• , :i--\ : E*' 1! ^ \A sure sign they're good* Cushion, Innersole Inside Knee Harness \ ^**$W?YTP--'^¥ifVtJ : #'^~-\' T : \'^ •|^EJ%p||&n^^ 9 \] The ; -J.' P.' Lewis\. 'Company ^ of •.' BbaVer\ Falls' acquired, all of '\• the' . I Capital ; stbcli: ''of 'the\ Browii%fiDe : i Board Go., ifio;' '^B¥QWJSVITI$, '•' in' a •| transaction announced, Monday..'\. •'\'I'he deal was' one, ef .the-[largest to[ he'..consuminated \in:..this•' local- ity. . In... recent ,y,ears.-- The': purchase- p.iice Was not, ;disclosed,. ... • • ... ;. The ; transacfipn' 'itiVolVe'd, the traaisfer\Of.' the .shares'-.\'of..'stock •owned -hy -.Mrs\. 'Ann H;. HaTt, ,in- f.flividuktiy, -giid. the Watfeftowij Na- tioha-]-'Bank and Mrs. Mart, as eo- :'truste?,s' ufader' the 'will- of the^late. Willard S.\ 'Gainfele. \Mrs is I'the widow of -the late.Mr. Gambie. Both ;c0rapanies. have for' some.. time manufactured.,simiMf'.type^ x>f -.. [paper board, and since 11944. .hayg. niaintaihed' a. poramoft. sales. oti.tlef, the Lewis. Brownvffl.e-Sales,.-Inc,,.. driieials of' the\ J. 'P.'LeWiS C'o-' XQp'any \emphasised in anhpTah.cing the-'transaction' that.they..plan .tit.. keep. the. Brovsrayaile ©Qard Op.. Jn.G>. •jjid continue .to operate.-the [n^iil^: 'No.ehang.es\.'in the;.opera.tkig. : .per-:» .'.so.rinei of the Brownville plant are contemplated, at the, preseiit time,. according,to..!, PV Lew4g ? - A. : board; of-•'director's. ;.and. . nianagern§nt, meeting is; planned.: for.. next..w.ee|v. Advertisement Renie Cox Takes Third in Slalom in . Juni6r.,-<3harripibn-; y jtoin'g -last weelceiiff;\to(iilt ''tiur'd:':plape •iipi^he Jslalornvraegs,'-- adding ^ ^ep'utatitih •as''a : i95B?'Qlynipi(s; ) l|a ; i5> : ,'\ daughter i i : idr7Mr:.'''ancl .seniOT^atPbr't i^ydea:: [\feeen^iacfcegted' aSv'.a ttiefflber. o|- tfee 'Fres;hina,ri. ...clgss' at -1%e':.;UniviB.rsjty, Epr -tifte coining Erom where I sit... £>y Joe Marsh Balance Was just leaving home this morning when the Missus re- minded me to stop at Ste\e and \i*s Meat Maxket for a pound of hambiuger. \Be sure to get it from Steve,\ she said. \Why?\ I wondered. So when I got to the nmilvet I asked Steve if he knew \I'll tell j.on, Joe,\ he said. \Al and I sell the same meat, and a pound is a pound. Maybe it's just that we go at it differently. \Al loads the scales and takes away 'til he has a pound. But I put too little on and start adding. To ; onr v lie — that probably looks J ike a Letter buy,\ Fro ii v< ->ere I sit, there's al- wajs more than one Way to ap- proach a thing and still come out fair and square to all- My wife likes a cup of tea with dinner; I prefer a temperate glass of beer. We get along- fine. Gets me pretty- mad though, when somebody starts \throwing his weight around\ and demands that I see *hings es.actly his way. Copyright, 1954. United States Brewers Foundation ^ ; fe: jSasterii... Aniateu'r;;iS|d le'-;iacesC iri. Vlhe^( ^ e first; of aj-S.e33e.S-; of =gpodnt- 'jihg :: -faces, .fbr' .• ;the' Oljimpics ^ ' rail: the' Qour|e. in...second;;'Dlace.',ph -the •; first run and .^nded-vin-; fhird Spot : \Ibllo'v^Lttgih'er 'seepiid :run!. A Seattle girl,. Theresa Swegler. wpn the\.event. In' the downhill .race on Saturday. Ttenie'.ran:; into..;;b'a.d- luck -.when:'..shfi 'JSiiss0;d.-a'\doiata?of : gate': 'and ..fell and finished- .28th, She ended;/up'^th art. j&tfr place' in the.conafened; times.-,...•; ; V •; DRIVE CAREJC UJL,L,y '\.'\. ;'•, ' f; '• Dedicated .to.' Ait.-. and:' Beauty in ^ selected, FLORISTS Shady Ave., Lowville Phone 124 Julius- Guignard, Owner i •••••••••»»•»•••»••»»•• Check the reasons YOU need an EXTENSION Q PROTECTION ... Burglar downstairs ... so is your single telephone. An Extension Telephone upstairs brings help in a hurry. r~J PRIVACY\. .. Confidential call—family or fnends within earshot. An Extension Telephone gives you privacy. Y~\ CONVENIENCE ... Housecleaning upstairs... telephone ringing downstairs. An Extension Telephone saves you hundreds of steps daily. and if you're in business r~j BETTER SERVICE for your customers. An Extension Telephone in your store or shop saves their time and yours. \your second telephone costs so little — only about a postage stamp a ciayf Call our Business Office NOW! General Telephone Company of Upstate New York, Inc. A Member of One of the Great Telephone Systems Serving America. Tmmr telephone »*• your biggeat kou*eh»ld vmlm* M

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