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- 6 COURIER FREEMAN, POTSDAM, N.Y., THURSDAT, NOV. T9, T9X9 Norfolk Briefs By Mrs. Eva Dean EV 4-4310 THE AMOUNT OF MONEY collected by First Meth- odist Sunday school students for the UNICEF project was reported erroneously last week in this column. The figure should have read $136.05, which has been sent to the United States Committee for UNICEF. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raymo, Elm Circle, Norfolk, wish to an- nounce the engagement of their daughter Ruth to Douglas Bad- ger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Badger and the late Mrs. Anne Palmer Badger, Ogdensburg, N.Y. Miss Raymo is a graduate of Norwood-Norfolk Central School and of Syracuse Comp- \tometer School. She is presently employed by General Motor.* Chevrolet Division, Massena, N.Y. Mr. Badger graduated from Ogdensburg Free Academy and 5s also employed by General Mo- tors. No definite date has been set for the wedding. Miss Jeanette Goedeke of Ma- lone, N.Y., was guest speaker at last week's regular meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Norfolk Methodist Church. The meeting was held in the church parlors with the following ladies as hos- tesses: Hazel Bixby, Doris Maurer, Maud Wing, Edith Tal- cott. Mrs. Dean Shaw and Mrs. Harry Steinbarge were in charge of the program, which faatured a short but impressive Thanks- giving service. Miss Goedeke spoke of her work among several rural churches in the Malone area, emphasizing the need for bring- ing some religious influence into the lives of the children in a re- gion where churches often have to be closed for several months of the year because of severe weather conditions. The nominating committee re- ported their selection of an in- terim president, to fill the unex- pired term of Mrs. Robert Hill, who resigned because of ill health. Mrs. Merrill Warner was unanimously elected and closed the business meeting. Chairman of hostesses for December will be Alberta Shaw, with Mildred Hill and Frances Hazen in charge of the program. * # * The Open House at the Nor- wood-Norfolk High School, in observance of National Educa- tion Week with members of the Student Council acting as guides for the parents. Many of the parents took advantage of the opportunity to consult with Guid- ance Directors, teachers, and other personnel. At the Grade Schools, also, there was a steady stream of visitors throughout the afternoon, with teachers in the various classrooms to explain the curriculum and materials, and discuss any individual prob- lems. * * * Mrs. Ealph Clarke entertained at a party at her home on Nov. 12, in honor of the 8th birthday of her daughter Gail. Those at- tending were Peggy Hall, Kathy Lyons, Candace Farnsworth, Lena Kaiser, Laura Paige, Mary Jane Tyo and Faye Marie Clarke. Games were played with prizes awarded, after which hostess and guests enjoyed delicious refresh- ments. Gail received many love- ly gifts. * * # The four hundred and over bowlers in the Wednesday Nite Ladies Bowling League this •week are: Betty Wing 521; Laura Spencer 503; Joan Bailey 483; Veronica Page 476; Mar- garete Haggett 474; Gloria Gate- ly 472; Beverly FeFee 462; Jean LaPlante 456; Katherine Sabad 438; Margaret Babcock 437; Betty McGee 435; Margaret Newtown 435; Veronica Robin- son 433; Loretta Oakes 417; Hil- da Plumb 413; Vivian Brownell 412; Shirley Jesmer 412; Eleanor Hayes 409; Ruth Guyette 403, High single went to Margaret Haggett with 225. Plumb's Mobile service took three team honors: high single •with handicap 857; high single witboat handicap 745; high triple with handicap 2419. High triple Seven From Potsdam Locality Join County Historical Association Canton — Seven persons liv- ing in the circulation area of the Courier and Freeman joined the St. Lawrence County Historical Association during the month of October. The new members are Dr. Rutherford Dcimage, 41 Judson St., Canton; Mrs. Thomas Roup, 11 Elm St., Canton; Mrs. Donald Cheney, Potsdam, Route 2; Mr. and Mrs. George R. Little, 9 Lawrence Ave., Potsdam; Sam- uel McAdoo, Canton, RD 1; and Frederick B. Eutsler, 70 Park St., Canton. Their names were included on a list of 23 new members re- leased Friday afternoon at the organization's Canton office by Malcolm A. Booth of Hammond, secretary of the Association. Membership in the Association is open to anyone interested in the history of St. l.awretn-c:- county. Those wishing to join should send dues of $1 per per- son to Carl E. Burns, Box 30, Cantos. without handicap went to Ruth's Beauty Shop with 2138. Butler's tnnk three points from Fraser's; Norfolk Furni- ture took three paints from Ln- vigne's Hotel; Plumb's took three points from Cnibb's; Ruth's took three points from Spencer's Oil. Tenni standings, games won and lost, are: Ruth's Beauty Shop, IK and 8; Spencer's Oil 16 and 8; Norfolk Furniture 14 and 10; Fraser's 33 and 11; Plumb's Mobil Service 11 and 13; Butler's 10 and 14; Crabh's 10 and 14; Lavigne's Hotel 6 and 18. r\eader3 Ui tew To the Editor: The parents of the students of the Parishville-Hopkinton Cen- tral School District are to he commended for their participa- tion in American Education Week held Nov. 9 through Nov. 13. Two hundred fifty-four teacher- parent conferences were held during the week. The Board of Education and the Supervising Principal are particularly pleased with this at- tendance because this is the first time a Conference Plan has been used instead of a one-night Open House. This new plan was tried be- cause it was the opinion of par- ticipating parents that sufficient time was not available for Teacher-Parent conferences in previous years. Curtis R. Bristol, Supervising Principal Historical Association To Plan '60 Program At Hov. 21 Session Canton — The 1960 program of the St. Lawrence County His- torical Association will be planned at a meeting of the as- sociation's board of trustees in the Hermon (Public library Nov. 21, beginning at 1:45 p.m. The board meeting has been called by Bert J. Rogers of Can- ton, president of the association. During the meeting, the asso- ciation's committees on program, historic sites, museums, nomina- tions, membership, Yorker clubs, and Boy Scout activities will be appointed, as will the board of editors of The Quarterly, the as- sociation's publication. The program committee will be responsible for working out details of the 1960 program, af- ter the general discussion is held by the board on Nov. 21. Sanfordville's Robert Williams Returns Home Sanfordville — Mrs. James Polsue and Mrs. Agnes Williams motored to Syracuse Saturday and brmight back Robert Wil- liams who arrived there from Buffalo by bus. Robert left Korea on Nov. 3 and flew by jet to Oakland, Calif. Enroute from California to New York, Robert stupped in Chicago to visit Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wood and son, Colburn, and in Buffalo for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ford Barbour. Mr. and Mi's. Rollie Newtown, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sullivan and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Green were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Lorence on Nov. 7 and helped Mr. Lorence celebrate his birthday. Mrs. Mildred Matthews is staying with her sister, Mrs. Marjorie Greene, while Marjorie is convalescing after her recent stay in the hospital. An all-occasion shower was held in the Sanfordville Com- munity Center for Sharon Cyrus on Nov. 11. About 30 guests were present. Games were played and refreshments wei-e served. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Senter were Saturday dinner guests of Mrs. Florabelle Senter. Mrs. Orma Page has been sick in bed the last week with a very bad cold. Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Newtown, Mrs. Harold Green, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Green, Mr. and Mrs. John Lorence were Saturday night supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sullivan. Miss Faith Roberts of Platts- burgh visited Mr. and Mrs. John Page over the weekend. Mrs. Carl Rose spent the past week visiting her daughter and husband Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Renn and family in Newark, Del. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rice and Gail and Mr. and Mrs. William LaMay visited Mrs. Blanche Frovost and family in Canton Sunday afternoon. The Rices were then supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. LaMay. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Jones and family of Brookdale called on his mother, Mrs. Florabelle Sen- ter, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Mattie Simonds of Eben and Mrs. Ada Severance spent Tuesday with Mrs. Marjorie Greene. The members of the Senior MYF of the West Stockholm Methodist church will present the Sunday morning service this Sunday, Nov. 22. On Sunday, Dec. 6, Robert Williams will conduct services in both the West Stockholm and North Stockholm churches. Hi3 topic will be the \Far East.\ Health For All How Catching Is Catching? \I just found out that my next door neighbor has TB. She's in the hospital with it now. Her little girls and my kids have al- ways played together. I'd hate to break it up, but I'm worried. Can my children catch TB from her\? The woman calling the TB as- sociation sounded worried, all right. We told her that when one member of a family gets sick with TB, the rest of the family is tested promptly to see if they have been infected. If they have, they are treated too. They wouldn't be likely to be running around, a danger to others. We went on to explain that al- though TB is infectious, it isn't catching in quite the same way as measles is, for instance. You can catch measles just by sitting next to somebody in the bus who has measles. You can GET TB that way, it isn't impossible but y not likely to. Usually, you won't get infected with tuberculosis un- less you've been in long, close contact with somebody who has TB in its active form. But because an active case of TB is infectious for anyone who's been around it a long time, the doctor reports each new case he diagnosis to the local health de- partment, which sees that others who have been exposed get the necessary tests. So the neigh- bor's husband and children have undoubtedly been checked and pronounced okay. Finally, we told that anxious mother that she could set her mind completely at rest by get- ting her own children tuberculin tested and, if the tests were posi- tive, following up with chest X- rays. That's a sensible precaution for anyone to take. This column is sponsored in the interest of better health, by: St. Lawrence County Tuberculosis & Public Health Association, Inc., 409 State St., Ogdensburg, N. Y. SI 10 PER YEAR Average per . apit.-i income in Turkey is le, s n,:ui ,?lln a year. American aid now reaches im- poverished Turkish families thru contributions to the CARE Food Crusade, New York 16, N.Y, Leon Yaddows Feted By Friends On 25th Wedding Anniversary North Lawrence—The twenty- fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Yaddow was celebrated Tuesday evening, Nov. 10 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren B. Flanders, this village. Mr. and Mrs. Flanders and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Simonds were co-hosts at the celebration. Miss Martha Roache of North Lawrence and Leon Yaddow of Helena were united in marriage Nov. 10, 1934 a t Tupper Lake. The Rev. Sheffield, of the Methodist Church, officiated. Guests at the anniversary party were Mrs. Jerry Roache and Mr. Gerald Roache, of North Lawrence; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Yaddow, Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Yaddow, Phyllis and Wayne, of Helena; Mr. and Mrs. John Yaddow and John of Massena; and Mr. Herbert Flanders and Jerry Flanders of Norfolk. Norwood Clairified By Claire Dockum Ph. Fleetwood 3-7324 RICHARD HANN, supervising principal of NNCS, has announced that the following students of the Norwood Grade school have been pi ced on the honor roll for the first semester for having maintained an average of 90 or better in each essential subject: Grade 3—Bruce Baxter, Marshall Baxter, Gary Chudzinski, Diane Cutler, Donna Elliott, Andrew Francis, Penny Lou Hollinger, Jane Mathers, Patsy McDonald, Peter McLaughlin, Susan Pha- lon, Suzanne Thornton, Gale Trombly, John Wilson, Robert Wright. Miss Catherine Nolan Has Leading Role In College Production Caldwell, N. J. — Miss Catherine Nolan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund A. Nolan of 60 Waverly St., Potsdam, N. Y., will play a leading role in the Caldwell College production of an original musical comedy, \Jung- frau,\ Thursday and Friday evenings, Nov. 19 and 20, at 8:30 p.m. in the college auditorium. Miss Nolan, a junior English rtudent at the college, will por- tray Father Nicholas, the priest of a Swiss village. The play con- cerns the legendary naming of a mountain centuries ago. The play is written and direct- ed by the Rev. Paul C. Perrotta, D. P. professor philosophy and theology at the college, with musical direction by Sister M. Alicia, O. P., chairman of the music department. Miss Nolan, a graduate of St. Francis DeSales High School, TJtica, N. Y., is president of the Caldwell College Press Club, vice-president of the Chi Rho Chi debuting society, and co-editor of the campus newspaper, The Kettle. She is also active in the Humanities Club and the Grade 4—Marilyn Akland, Sally Bancroft, Michael Cassel- man, Deborah Fetter, Janice Ginn, Carolyn Hoxie, James Janette, John Murray. Grade 5—Timothy Baxter, Pa- tricia Burns, Bernadette Fia t co, Phyllis Haggett, Paula Hen- derson, Jamina Janette, Patricia McNult.v, Frank Penny. Grade 6—John Burns, Michael Desnoyer, Daniel Dockum, Mary Catherine Durham, Rita Mackey, Diane Murphy, Lorraine Sea- mans, William Todd, Robert Palmer. * # * The Norwood Literary Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Richard Burns, Spring St. on Friday, Nov. 20 at 3:15. Mrs. Margaret Bartlett and Mrs. Laura Roberts, librarians, will give an account of the Li- brary Conference which they at- tended recently in New York city. * * * The Norwood Fire Depart- ment was called out three times last Thursday between noon and three o'clock. All three fires were listed as grass fires. The first call came at noon when a blaze had started next to the road at the old airport near the Burnham's Corners road. The second call was a t Lu- ther Bartlett's farm home on the River Road, where a grass fire was found to be burning in two different areas of the farm. Four or five acres of land was burned off before the fire was brought under control, about 150 feet away from the main barn. The last call came from Kins- mans Farm Store where a field at the rear of the store was on fire. Twenty-five men under the di- rection of Fire Chief Rodney Murray answered all calls with the tanker, No. 3 pumper and the emergency truck. * » * George Kennell Sr., of Harris- ville, has returned to his home after spending last week in Nor- wood visiting at the homes of his' children, Mrs. Lloyd Casselman, Mrs. Bernard Wolstenholm and George Kennell, Jr. * * * Girl Scout Troop 3 of the Nor- wood Girl Scouts paid a visit to the County Court House at Can- ton this week. The group visited the County Court Room while in session as well as the Supreme Court room, Library of Mort- gages, deeds and wills and the county jail. Drivers for the trip were Mrs. James Whalen, Mrs. Albertine Niessink, Mrs. Lyle Haggett and the leader of the group, Mrs. Harlow Mallett. While visiting the Grand Jury room, the girls were addressed y Charles F. Bowers, county dis- trict attorney. Members of Clark-Robinson Post 68 of Norwood and the American Legion Auxiliary held a Veterans Day dinner at the Legion Home on Saturday night. Thirty Legion and Auxiliary members attended. Commander Ted Patenaude welcomed the guests. Mike Mol- nar gave a reading on Veterans Day. A musical program was pre-, sented by four members of the Ann Jones Dance School of Pots- dam. Peggy Warren, Gloris Gil- son, Jean Harmon and Jimmie Gotham, all of Potsdam, danced several routines. They were ac- companied by their instructor, Ann Jones. * * * Miss Marie Martin and Mrs. Ruth Porter of Fulton were guests over the weekend of Miss Martin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Martin, North Main St. Miss Martin has just returned from a two week vacation in San Juan, Puerto Rico. She made the trip by plane. Miss Martin is a bacteriologist em- ployed at Fulton. * # * The Men's Fellowship of the Norwood Congregational church met in Centennial Hall for a business meeting and election of officers. Clayton Bush was re- elected president; Donald Bid- well, vicepresident; L, J. Price, treasurer, and Maurice Fuller- ton, trustee. The organization voted to give $100 to the church for storm windows. Carleton Dressey was guest speaker and gave an interesting talk on horticulture and garden- ing. * * # The annual Thank Offering Tea sponsored by the Norwood Congregational church will be held on Thursday, Nov. 19 from 3 until 5 at the parsonage. Mrs, T. Ryder, who has traveled ex- tensively in Japan, will be the uuest speaker. * # * The men of the Congregational securing pledges for the coming year. Pledges will he taken by the men when they visit each home on Loyalty Sunday, Nov. The Youth Fellowship and the Junior Fellowship of the Nor- wood Congregational church will act as hosts to' the Madrid Pil- grim Fellowship on Sunday, Nov. 22 at their regular 6:30 p.m. meeting in Centennial Hall. The movie \Hidden Heart\ will be shown, followed by a worship service, refreshments and re- creation. » # * Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Rood have returned home after attending the New York State Farm Youth Federation which was held at Hotel Syracuse. Mr. and Mrs. William Algeir, North Main St., left this week for Atlanta, Ga., where they will spend the Winter months with their son-in-law and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Preiss. They were accompanied to New York by another son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Rood and were met in New York by Mi-. Allgeier. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Lapinskas have returned . from Lexington, Ky., where they spent several days visiting Mrs. Lapinskas' son, Jerry Cline, who is employed there. 1st Lieut. Richard T. Cline has returned to Fort Riley, Kansas, after spending several days leave with his grandfather, Geo. F. Molnar, North Main St. Second Immunization Clinic Set For Colton The second in the series of immunization clinics will be held at the Colton-Pierrepont Central School on Monday, Nov. 23 from 9:30 to 10 a.m. All those %ho re- ceived their first dose of triple or polio vaccine at the clinic last month should get their se- cond injection at this time. A similar clinic will be held at Parishville-Hopkinton Central School on Tuesday, Nov. 24 from 9:30 to 10 a.m. •Pofpourrf Panic\ On Stage Tuesday night At Teachers College \Potpourri Panic\ is the title of the annual Pops Concert tu be held in the State University College of Education Theatre at 8:15 p.m. next Tuesday, Nov. 24. Sponsored by Sigma Alpha Iota and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia music fraternities, the program will consist of faculty comedy acts, a faculty combo, and various student vocal and in- strumental ensembles. This year's \Potpourri Panic\ includes such famous stars of stage and classroom as As- sociate Prof. McElheran, As- sociate Dean of Women ituth Ji. Warfel, Associate Prof. Richard Griffith and Prof. Mary E. English, and the \Missle-tones\, the \Vibes\, the \4-Beats\, and a host of others. In the tradition of past Pops Concerts, \Potpourri Panic\ is slated to be an enjoyable even- ing of fun, comedy and music. A slight admission fee is charged, with the proceeds go- ing toward a scholarship fund. The public is invited to attend. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank Dr. Cudlipp, Jr., and Sr., and Dr. Vinicor, the nurses on 1-A, my friends, rela- tives for the lovely flowers, gifts, cards and letters, also the Giri Scouts for my Halloween Treat during my 4 week's stay at the Potsdam Hospital and since my return home. - Mrs. Lawrence Green. SOwlt IN MEM01CIAM In loving memory of husband and father, Lloyd C. Hill, who passed away ten years ago today, Nov. 17, 1949. You've left us for a better place, Yet everywhere we see your dear face: No one can ever take your place. Irene Hill and Sons, Lloyd, Wayne and Ronald. 30wl± CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank Dr. McNulty, Dr. Klein, 3rd floor nurses, rela- tives, friends and neighbors for the kindness shown me during my stay in Potsdam Hospital. Nancy Phippen. 30wlJ CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my sincere thanks to the nurses on 1st and 3rd floor for their kindness to me during my stay at the Pots- dam Hospital. Also Dr. Scheyer and Dr. McNulty and friends, neighbors and relatives for their cards. Mrs. Sara Trombley. 30wl* Do the Christmas holidays find you short of cash for Christmas shopping? Out-smart Santa next year with your year-long savings in TheTrust Company's Christmas Club. Enjoy a bill-free Christmas; Join the Christmas Club at any office. FOR EXAMPLE SAVE (Weekly) % .25 .50 1.00 2.00 HAVE (Next Christmas) $ 12.50 25.00 50.00 100.00 SAVE (Weekly) $3.00 5.00 10.00 HAVE (Next Christmas) $150.00 250.00 500.00 M **T' < » Genesiun Actress Guild, which is church will meet on Nov. 20 for presenting \Jungfrau.\ | orientation in preparation for THE ORTHERN NEW YORK TRUST COMPANY A Marine Midland Bank POTSDAM OFFICE Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Legal Notice CITATION The People of the State of New York By the Grace of God, Free and Independent To Elizabeth Foster Thompson, last known address, Rossie Place, Edinburgh, Scotland, present ad- dress unknown; WilTIam Brown, 43 Craigmont Grove N., Edin- burgh 12, Scotland: Douglas Brown, address unknown; Flor- ence Brown, 17 Lussielaw Road, Edinburgh 9, Scotland; Janet Brown, 65 Burnmill Road, Market Harborough, Leicestershire, Eng- land; Jeanie Weir Ritchie, 4 Hawkwood Terrace, Lanarkshire, Scotland, and all persons being distributees or persons interested as distributees of above mention- ed Elizabeth Foster Thompson, sister, whose names, number, de- gree of relationship, residences and address are unknown and cannot with diligent inquiry be ascertained Send Greeting: Upon the petition of Martha Brown, executrix, residing at Potsdam in the County of St. Lawrence, State of New York, praying that a certain paper writing bearing date the 19th day of December, 1931, purporting to be the Last Will and Testament relating to both real and personal property, be admitted to probate as the Last Will and Testament of John Foster, deceased, who at the time of his death resided in the Town of Potsdam, County of St. Lawrence and State of New York. You and Each of You are here- by cited to show cause before our said Surrogate's Court of the County of St. Lawrence at the Surrogate's Office in the Village of Potsdam on the 7th day of De- cember, 1959, a t 10:30 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, why the said Last Will and Testament should not be admitted to pro- bate as a Will of real and per- sonal property. IN TESTIMONY WHERE- OF, the seal of the Surro- gate's Court of our said County of St. Lawrence has been hereunto affixed. (L.S. WITNESS, Lott H. Wells, Surrogate of said County at Canton, in said County the 29th day of October, 1959. Joseph E. Gray, Clerk of Surrogate's Court. N.B. This sitation is served on you as required by law, but you are not obliged to appear in per- son unless you wish to do so. If you omit to appear it will be as- sumed that you consent to the proceedings, unless you file writ- ten objections thereto. You have a right to have an attorney at law appear for you. NOTICE TO BIDDERS r< Due to the lateness of the sea- son, the meeting for the opening of bids for the surfacing of the area in front of the new Town Highway Garages on Route #B6 south of South Colton, St. Law- rence County, New York, has been postponed until a date to be set in the spring of 1960. By Order of the Town Board Margaret C. Decker, ^ Town Clerk.\ 29w2J ABC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Lf. cense No. 36HL414 has been is- sued to the undersigned to sell , liquor, wine, cider and beer at re- tail in a Hotel under the Alco- holic Beverage Control Law a t 4 Market St., Potsdam, N. Y., 1 County of St. Lawrence for jen premises consumption. w dba The Arlington Inn, Inc. Dated Nov. 12, 1959 29w2f TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN! Take notice that a 1955 Chrys. ler sold to C. J. Dishaw under a conditional sales contract dated 9-11-59 will be sold at public auc. tion on 11-24-59 at 9 a. m. at Potsdam Motor Sales, 66-70 M%. ket St., Potsdam, N. Y. Signed Universal CIT Credit Corp., Wa- lertown, N. Y. 30wl$ TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERNt Take notice that a 1957 Imper- ial sold to Hiram Bice under a conditional sales contract dated 8-12-59 will be sold at public auc. tion on 11-23-59 at 2 p. m. *\ Potsdam Motor Sales Inc., PoW- dam, N. Y. 30wlt NOTICE Notice is hereby given to the Voters of the Parishviile Fire District that the Annual Election of Officers will be held Tuesday, Dec. 1st at the Town Hall from 7 to 10 P. M. for the purpose of electing (1) Commissioner M place of Walter Clark for 5 years. (2) Treasurer in place of F. A, Fenner for 3 years. F. A. Fenner will not be a can« didate for reelection. S. E. Fenner, | Secretary. ' Parishviile Fire District Nov. 10th, 1959. 30w2$ And if any of the aforesaid r^- sons are under age of twenty-one years they will please take notice that they are required to appeal by their general guardian if they have one, and if they have none, that they appear and apply for the appointment of a special guardian, or in the event of their failure or neglect to do so, a special guardian will be appoint- ed by the Surrogate to represent and act for them in the procejj 1 - ings for the Probate of said Will. 28w4t NOW. .. . MOLSONS brings you The True Canadian Taste in Beer CANADIAN lager beer Consumers surveys have proven rim Canadian : Beer is the beer preferred above all ethers. In naming this beer I CANADIAN BEEB f you, the people, told us chat no other name could \ , better express its true Canadian taste. And te- I member, it's so easy to order .,.,,. jysf. say ] CANADIAN BEEB 1 f and you'll gee only Molson's Canadian Beer; 1 the same product as brewed, bottled and sold in Canada A. J. MISSERT, INC. 13-17 Rensselaer Ave. Ogdensburg, N. Y. Telephone: 77 CARD OF I wish to exf thanks to everyo me in the Nov. Will strive to fu] me. Setl »0wl* TRIPLE ALUM C0MBII STORM \ Reg. ON CALL COI AMEP R00FII 18 ANDB MASSE?. tu FOR SALE — dining room and ing room up. A FOE SALE — ( room, kitchen, o oil heat. Under FOB SALE — »>rch, 2-car gar FOR SALE — oil heat. FOR SALE — I churches. Autom FOR SALE — A modern kitchen, oil heat. At a ! FKOPE1 PH01 FOR SALE or 1 *4 mile out of P< FOR RENT — 8 rent. Prop • Market Stn Ph. C( SflTUI AT OUR SW 11 46 first calf heifi tonsin. Real toj 40 Canadian cow ky Sale Day. One complete dai ber on through t •rery animal i3 : Inside. AL A. L. FORD, Aui « ] 1 REAL E! 25 Main St FOR SALE — Ni home, 5 rooms a heat, wall to wal living room. Gar deck. 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