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^m?9^m •KfES^ THU»86AY;\JUNE H, -1942 COPENHAGEN Mrs. Cecelia Ryan, Cor. St. Mary's Catholic Church Rev. Dennis E. Lynch, Pastor. Sunday, 10 a. m., mass. 8 a.m. daily masses. Congregational Church Rev. Herman J. Olsen, Minister. Sunday, 10 a. m., .Sunday school. 11 a. m., divine worship, sermon, special music by the choir. Wednesday, 7:30 p. an., choir re- iearsal. Methodist Church Rev. Charles T. Martin, Minister. Sunday, 10 a. m., Sunday school for all classes. IX a. m., divine worship, sermon, special music toy the choir and church •orchestra. .Children's day will he observed -with a special program, at this time. An. offering will be taken for the stu- dent loan fund. .The annual strawberry.., .festival •sponsored by the senior class of the -Copenhagen central school .will be nejd Friday evening on the school lawrn. The school hand will furni3h awisic throughout the evening. The funds derived from the festival have been previously used .by the class for a trip. It hasn't been definitely decided if the class will take a trip this year. The junior and senior high school .picnic will be held on the athletic •field of the school Friday all day. Residents of Copenhagen and sur- rounding vicinity who d'esire sugar for canning purposes may receive cer- tificates at Copenhagen central high school Wednesday, June 17, from 9 to 12 a. m., and 1 to 4 p. m., when ladies of the village will be on hand to is- sue the necessary papers. Each person who applies for can- ning sugar certificates must have the following information ready: How' many quarts of fruit canned last year, haw many Quarts to be canned this yeai\. In addition the applicant must bring the sugar rationing books of all maem- 'bers of the family unit for entries showing permission is granted for ex- tra sugar. In the event that applicants have not as yet secured their sugar ration 'books, the. ladies will be prepared to issue them.. . Tha Society of Congregational Christian Women met- at the home of airs. Carlton Hilt Wednesday after- noon at 2 with (Mrs. Floyd iM. iStock- well assisting hostess. Miss, Esther M. Tawne, president of the society, presided. JMiss Marjory Martin, state field secretary, was pres- ent and spoke to the women about their work. Rev. Herman J. Olsen who attended the Black River and St. Lawrence as- sociation at Massena gave a report of the meeting. A pleasant social hour was spent and refreshments were served by the hostesses. The WSCS of the Methodist church will meet Wednesday, June 17, at^2 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Ellsworth Hodge. Refreshments committee con sists of .Mrs. Edith Lacy and Mrs Mabol Van Ness. PORT LEYDEN MRS. MATTHEW CONWAY, Corre.pondeat «> ++++»+**++++*****»*+++»++*+*+*f*+++**»*«**»*»+fW****+f* I . The Missionary circle of the Bap- tist church will hold a covered -dish supper at the home of Mrs. J. F. Woolschlager on Thursday evening. The American Legion auxiliary met Monday evening with Mrs. !Leon Louis. > •Miss Una /May Griffiths of New Hartford, .Charles Nuspliger of Utica and Corp. Sebastian Curci of Pine Camp were weekend guests of Mr. and IMrs. Fred J. Nuspliger and iMiss Betty iNuspliger. John Back has returned from Gou- verneur where he has .been visiting relatives. The Lowville academy band will give a concert at Castorland Thurs- day evening, June 12, on Beyer's lawn at 8 o'clock, for the 'benefit of the Emergency First Aid unit. Hot dogs,' pop and ice cream will be served. Mrs. Dexter J. Tessier, daughter of Mr. and IMrs. Roy Camp, left last week for Tacoma, Washv to join her husband, who is stationed at Fort 1*W4SL.; .*_..-. , .:. ..... (Mia* Margaret Krueger is visiting Irving jLonmaa at the home of his par- ents, ftfr. and Mrs. Charles Lyman at Clayerock. Mr. and <MTS. W. F. Nuspliger and daughter 'Rose and C. A. Weir spent •Sunday at Oneida with Mr. and Mrs. John Oreutt. Euland Zecher of Utica spent the weekend in town. William Sabo of Buffalo was a call- er in town Monday. Mrs. Sadie Petrie and Miss Joyce Petrie of Syracuse are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Buxton. T. H. Glenn of Allegan, Mich., is spending some time with relatives in town. Miss Therdna Snyder who has been employed at the Singer Sewing Ma- chine company at Watertown has been transferred to Rome. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Snyder were in Rome Sunday. Funeral Services for Matthew Conway Held Saturday The funeral of Matthew F. Conway was held Saturday from, his late home at 9 o'clock and a half hour later in St. Martin's church where a solemn high requiem mass was stung by Rev. F. P. Diviney, telebrant, assisted by Rev. Father Nugent, deacon, and Rev. •Father Daiman, subdeacon. The Sis- ters of 'St. Martin's church and Mrs. Donald Grier sang, and as the body was 'borne from the church, sang ( \Hark! Hark! My Soul.\ f The bearers were Daniel O'Brien,' i Albany; Anthony Natoli, Utica; Tho- ' mas Dolan and Jarvis Cormier, Boon- ville; Dr. Claude H. Vadney, Lyons Falls, and Harry Drake. Port Leyden. There was a profusion of floral of- ferings and spiritual bouquets. Burial was made in the family plot in Calvary cemetery. Friends and relatives attended from New York, Rye, Albany, Rensselaer, Utica. Frankfort, Ilion, Cazenovia, Fabius, Oriskany, Forestport, Boon- ville. Constableville, Leroy, Highmar- ket, Lyons Falls, Lowville, Martins- burg, Turin, Schenectady and Salis- bury. T. J. Riley, Arlington, spent Friday with his mother .Mrs. James Secor. Mrs. Raphield Swartzman. of Utica has been spending several days with her .parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Joseph B'urkhart. Sergt. Elmer Wilcox, Fort Dix, N. J., spent the weekend with his par- ents, iMr. and Mrs .F. C. Wilcox. Edwin Donnelly, Balmat, spent the family, Syracuse, and Mrs. Mary Min- ton, Utica, spent the weekend with Mrs. James Kelpy. L8wis G. Miller is seriously ill at his bVme on Douglass street. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Buckley and family and Mrs. Francis Chapman of Utica were guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Buckley. Misses Helen and Ruth Sweeney of Utica spent the weekend at their home. nuf*ueiti»«»ym-tMf u.«A.»ievw*y , Laura E. Eames, Correspondent iiBERH UMEfllCKS KNOW/yOUR ***** v^****** NEIGHBOR weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Donnelly, IMrs. Forbes Mutchler, G-loversville, is spending 'some time with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Miller. Mrs. Cora Bennett, I-tica. was a weekend guest of her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Knowles and GUATEMALA SEAT O F Ar*CIENT CULTURE A thousand years before Columbus was to come, when Rome was in ruins and the shadow of the Dark Ages was beginning to fall over Europe, a sculptor, swarthy of skin and delicate of feature, was at work on a massive statue which was to give final touch artistry and dignity to a temple set high in the mountains of a region to be known in far-off centuries as Cen- tral America. The statue was finished. Standing slightly atilt, it can be seen today in ruins of an ancient city of the Mayas, Quirigua, 60 miles from busy Puerto Barrios, Guatemala. It is known to science as ''Stela K.\ On it an in- scription in hieroglpyh records the Maya date ', 3 Ahau, 3 Yax, or approximately 535 A.D. The pyramid temple of Uaxactun; the ruins of Tikal and Chacula, in the silences of the deep forests they speak of the triumphs and splendors of ages gone; of two great empires stretching into antiquity half a thou A dapper young waiter named Phipps, Said—\I'm going to take all my tips And buy Saving? r:~-nps So boys at the camps Have bombers, machine \\ guns, and ships!\ \*'P your founty reach it* War Bond q u o t n Invest 10% of mo.-«- rvrry payday in Wur Bonda and SLarapa. Methodist Church Rev. iCuyler W. Bacheldor, Pastor Sunday, iStud^nt day (children's day). 10:30 a. m., program Iby the Young People and children of the church school. A collection will be taken for the student loan fund. 11:45 a. m., session of the church school. St. Paul's Church Rev. R. B. (B. Hall, Rector .Sunday, 9:30 a. in., Bishop E. H. Coley will be present and administer confirmation to a class. St. Mary's Church Rev. Wilfred Nugent, Pastor ... Sunday, 8:30 a. m., mass. 7:30 p. m., holy hour. St. Patrick's, High market Sunday, 10 a. m., mass. St. Michael's, Mohawk Hill Sunday, 9:30 a. m., mass. * Ladies Guild Elects Officers At a meeting of the Ladies .Guild of St. Paul's church which was held on Wednesday evening at the home of Miss Clara Klossner, the officers for the year were elected as follows: President, Miss Clara Klossner; vice president, Mrs. Clarence Wendt; secretary, Mrs. Clarence Wandt; 'and treasurer, Mrs. Clover Allen, 1942. She completed the home eco- nomics teaching course. Miss Walsh will teach homemaking in the West Leyden central school the year. Relatives have received word from Pvt. Harold Taylor that he has been transferred from Camp Dix to Fort Belvoir, Va. Mi*, and Mrs. Charles Schoff and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schoff of West Leyden were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Bernholz. At a meeting of the hoard of trus- tees of the Methodist church these of- ficers were elected: Chairman, Bion H. Kent, sr.; secretary, Edward Free- man; treasurer, Mrs. Clara Shaw. Mr. and Mrs. Paul ILinck and chil- dren of Sauquoit were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Myers, Monroe-Jackson Wedding Mrs. Anna Monroe and Miss Flor- ence 4Monroe of this village attended the Monroe-Jackson wedding Monday, June 1, at Divisional chapel. Pine Camp .when Miss Phyllis Monroe, daughter ^of Mr. and Mrs'. Clifford L. Monroe, and granddaughter of Mrs. Anna (Monroe, became the bride of Lieut. Wayne C. Jackson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Jackson of Burling- ton, la. The ceremony was performed by 1 .Rev. Gilbert E. Monrpe, O.FM., ofi Grange Meeting The regular meeting of the Kirsch- nerville grange was held Thursday evening, May 28, with Master Irvin Beck presiding. On roll call all offi- cers were present excepting the treas- urer, f The members decided to assist Mr, and Mrs. A. V. Kerb in the misfor- tune of the near destruction of their home by fire. Sister Viola Kohler was elected as New Tork City, an uncle of- the bride,' M a dele S ate to Pomona grange assisted at the altar by Rev. Cosmos : whiefh *** held last Thursday, June Girard, ,O.F.M„ of Croghan, as dea- j 4 ' at Beaver Falls - con, and Major Andrew Anowak,' The lecturer presented. a . program chaplain of Pine Camp. . , in keeping with Memorial (Day, and The choir. 0 f theological seminar!- flow :era were placed on tho altar as a ans of Croghan sang- the. high, mass, m emorial to Paul Conbo, who died re- at. whiph (Rev. Pancratius . Halstrom, ( centlyi OSF.M., of, Croghan, was soloist and' The next meeting , will, foe held on sang \Are Maria\ and \Just for To- June '**•> wn « n teat and second de- day.' Tho couple,.was attended, by Miss Florence Monroe of Croghan, an aunt lDua °- of the hridp, a s matron of honor, and \Refreshment Lieut. J. Ross. Kirwin, a close friend of the (bridegroom. Ushers were John .Lehman, son of Governor Leh- man, and StanisJaw .Niece, both pri- grees will be conferred on Louise d» Laporte, Clare Bockenheim and James will be Lyle Beck. committee for L'Huillier and June Irvia Graduation Exercises vates at Pine Camp. The flower girls * Graduation exercises for seniors of were Ann Monroe, sister, and Jean the Father Leo Memorial high school ^Eagle's Nest Afloat Again he British aircraft carrier Illustrious which was damaged in a sea I battle is now in service again, after having been repaired and refitted ai Ian American shipyard. Photo at top shows the ship as she rides a) . Mtncttor at a, British port. Bottom photo shows crew members of the K> flllastrious running to their stations as an alert is sounded. sand years (before Christianity, of strong and enlightened peoples who knew mathematics and astronomy, the melting and fashioning of gold and silver, the arts of husbandry; who lived their lives in accordance with a remarkable religion; who were skilled in certain arts and sciences, and who spoke tongues highly devel- oped and rich in color. Lying at altitudes 4,000 to 11,000 feet above the sea, Maya rulers, chose this land as seat of empire, as cen- turies later it was to attract colonial overlords who made it site of Span- ish power in Central American. The people of Guatemala are among the most colorful of the Americas. Lineal descendants of the Mayas, •they have preserved many of the rites and customs of their ancestors. Maya religion has given way to priest and church, but their fiestas, dances, music, retain the* flavor of other years. Guatemala has its rightful place of distinction in the practical world of trade. The coffee it produces is un- excelled in quality anywhere in the world, and leads the nation's exports. Four-fifths of an annual production of about 130,000,000 pounds go abroad! Other increasingly important items on the republic's export list are bananas, sugar, cacao, chicle, rubber, cattle, hides, skins and woods, cabinet and j Miss iSadie Richardson, who has com- Corp. Roy Don Abbey who has been spending a furlough at his home has returned to Camp Croft, S. C. •Mrs. G. W. Creswell, Utica, is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Chaui'ty. Mrs. Jack Rabin returned to Platts- burg Monday after spending a week with her daughter Barbara and her mother Mrs. Mafion E. Higby. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Bohrer of Paint- ed Post visited the latter's mother, Mrs. Clara .Shaw and aunt, Miss Fannie Eames over the weekend. Mrs. Emma Clark of Watertown is visiting her son-in-law and daughter ,Mr. and Mrs. Claude R. Crane and family. Misses Ruth Higby, Marion Regeiz, Elizabeth Taylor and Marion Long, students at Potsdam Normal, have returned to their homes for the sum- mer vacation. D»\ B. ill. Rockwell, daughter Jean and Mrs. F. E. Taylor of Oriskany Falls were Sunday guests of relatives here. Mrs. W. B. Holmes of Utica was a weekend guest of Albert Klossner and family. Henry .Richardson has resigned his position as English teacher at Tar- rytown and enlisted in the aviation corps. After spending several days with his father, Rev. H. H. Richard- son, he left to visit friends in the western part of the state before go- ing to training camp. Miss Mildred Uultschi of 514 Bacon street, Utica, entertained Friday night at a variety shower in honor of Miss Kathryne Butler of this village whose marriage to Graydon Jackson, Boon- ville, will take place June .27. Thirty guests including fMiss Butler, Mrs. Susie IButler and Mrs. Edward Mc- G-overn, Constableville, were present. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Allen enter- tained over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Philip Post, Ilion, and Miss Nellie Allen.jDeferiet. Mrs. Allen accompa- nied Miss Nellie Allen to Deferiet for. a few days' visit. , Rev. H. H. Richardson entertained over the weekend his daughters Miss Rita RiAardson, R.N., Brooklyn; dye woods especially. Awaiting fur- ther exploration, development and transportation facilities, all included in the planning of a progressive and energetic government, are known de- posits of gold, silver, copper, iron. Tet, with all of this; with all the wealth in minerals; with all the pres- ent and potential fruitfulness - of low- lands, lofty valleys and timbered mountain fastnesses, the greatest and most satisfying of all Guatemalan treasure, in the appraisal of those wh 0 put value on things of the spirit, is the rich tradition of a culture of ages gone which finds .expression still in the daily life of the •people of this modern New World republic. pleted the year's work in Syracuse university; (Rev. and Mrs. 'Bristol Chatterton and children, Chazy, and Clifford Wilson, Chicago. Mrs. Clara Shaw attended the com- mencement at Syracuse university on Monday. Her son Raymond was one | of the graduates. He majored in chemical engineering at the college of applied science. - Sir. iShaw was awarded a position as graduate assist- ant at Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago for the coming year..- Mr. and Mrs. .Johp Walsh and daughter Helen attended commence- ment at Syracuse imirersite Mondafc, Their other daughter, ; ' !MlMoi&«351g§ 6ne of the *,riltutes n the class of Wilson—Richardson Miss Sadie Myrna Richardson, daughter of Rev. H. H. Richardson of Constableville, and Clifford Britten Wilson II, son of Mr. and Mrs. Har- old James Wilson of Bridgeport, Conn., were married at Hendricks Memorial chapel, Syracuse, at 4 Sun- day afternoon, June 7. The cere- mony was performed by Rev. Bristol Chatterton of Chazy, brother-in-law of the bride, assisted by Rev. Uoyd Stamp, university pastor. The double ring ceremony was used. The .bride wore her mother's wed- ding dress of china silk and old lace, and a finger tip veil. She carried an old-fashioned arm bouquet. She was given in marriage .by her brother, Henry Richardson. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Reta Richardson as maid of honor. She was attired in blue organdy. Miss Ruth Wilson, sister of the groom, acted as bridesmaid and wore yellow organdy. Both attendants carried old fashioned .bouquets of spring flowers. Richard Chatterton, nephew of the •bride, carried the rings on a white satin pillow. Mr. Harold James Wilson, jr., was best man for his 'brother. The 'Ushers were John Wallace, Richard Tul'.is and John Wilson. The chapel was decorated with ferns, palms and bouquets of white .peonies. Organ music preceded the cere- mony. \Because\ was sung by Miss Amelia Jane Stermer, classmate of the bride. A reception was \held immediately following the ceremony in the colon- ial room o^ the chapel. Heading the receiving line were Mr. and Mrs. Har- old James Wilson, sr., parents of the groom. Mrs. Wilson wore ice blue crepe. Also in the receiving line were the bride and groom, and at- tendants, and Mrs. John Wallace, sis- ter of the bride. Classmates of the brido served. The bride is a graduate of the Fonda high school, and for the .past three years has attended Syracuse university, where she has 'been a member of the chapel choir, women's glee club and Independent Women's council. The groom is a graduate of Cen- tral high, Bridgeport, and of Syracuse university in the class of '41. While in Syracuse he was prominent in ath- letics. At present he is a chief spe- cialist working at Great Lakes naval training station. Immediately following the reception, Marie Flynn, cousin of the bride. The bride, who was given in mar- coming | riage by her father, was attired in white mousseline de soie, over white taffeta, with a long wedding veil of gossamer net with lace coronet and orange blossoms. Shf carried a bridal bouquet of whit- roses and baby's breath. Her maid of honor w re a gown of shell pink taceta, with gossamer net face veil and a crown of .pink rose- buds. She carried a lb< uquet of pink Talisman roses. The flower girls were dressed in rose ttffeta and pale green taffeta and carried sweet peas and baby's breath . A wedding breakfast for the imme- diate families and friends was served at Fargos Inn following the church ceremony. Lieutenant and Mrs. Jackson left on a wedding trip and upon their re- turn will reside in Carthage. The 'bride is a graduate of the Augustinian academy, Carthage, and for the past year has ibeen employed in the accounting department at Pine Camp. Lieutenant Jackson graduated from Burlington, la., high school, and from the officers cadet school at Fort t>es Moines. He is now stationed at Pine Camp. „„.--• will be held on Thursday evening, June IS, in St. Stephen's church at 8 o'clock. Eleven students will re- ceive their diplomas from Rev. Ama- dius Burke, O.F.M., pastor. The class consists of the following; Paul Proulx, Jack Dowling, Robert Renodin, Walter Houppert, Arlene Christian, Ellen Campany, Mildred Martin, Audrey Andre, Deritr Forney, Eleanor Davoy and Isabelle Duflo. The members will wear caps and gowns and each will have a page carrying arm bouquets of white peon- ies, the class flower. 4-H Club Active The Croghan Hurdy Gurdy 4-H club held a bake sale on Saturday. The food and baked goods were furnished by the members of the club. At the same time articles made in the sewing project under suipertvision of Mrs. Reuben Farney by the mem- bers were displayed. The cooking lessons were given by Mrs. H. J. Wen::. Approximately $15 was real- ized. The proceeds will be used to defray the expenses of a four day outing at the Lewis county 4-H club camp from June 25-28 inclusive. Garrett-Gamble Marriage Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Garrett of this village announce the marriage of their only daughter, Miss Jessie Gar- rett, to Corp. Warren Gamble, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Gamble of Car- thage. The coremon' i/as performed Sat- urday, June 6, at 4:30 .p. m„ by Rev. Mahlon W. Pomeroy in the Baptist church. 'The bride was given in marriage by her father. The couple was attended by Miss Betty Englishand and Robert White of Carthage, friends of the bridal couple. The <bride wore an ensemble suit of rose biege, with matching acces- sories, and carried a corsage of snap- dragons. Her attendant wore a dress of two-tone green with hat to match. A reception for the immediate families was held at the home of the 'bridegroom's .parents in Carthage fol- lowing the ceremony. The bride is a graduate of Beaver Falls high school, class of 1941, and the past six months has been em- ployed in Carthage. The ibridegroom is a graduate of Carthage high school, and is now sta- tioned at E'dgewood, Md. The couple left Monday for Edge- wood where Mrs. Gamble will reside .until his transfer elsewhere. Dr. P. H. von Zierolshofen, who held the rank of captain in the medi- cal reserve during t£je first world war Mr. and Mrs. Walter Virkler and family 0 f Lacona spent Sunday visit- ing his mother, Mrs. Louise Virkler, £nd his sister, Mrs. Walter de Laporte and family. Miss Louise Henry of Lowville spent a few days here with her nephew, Francis Lallier and family. Arthur Ward ell, .proprietor of the Texaco gas station <in Main street, is now employed in Rome. His brother- in-law, Homer Girardin, is managing tho gas station during Mr. Warden's absence. Mrs. Francis Andre has re'turned from 'Massena where she spent a few days with her husband who is em- ployed there. Miss Jennie Pate is seriously ill at the home of her sister, Mrs. Julia Pominville near Croghan. Mrs. Raymond H. Lee, proprietor of the Lee General store, who suffered a stroke recently, is reported as slightly improved but still in a critical condition. Jonas Virkler of this village under- went an emergency operation Tues- \ day evening in a Watertown hospital. Mrs. Edmund Marion '(nee Marie Pate), who has been teaching at For- est City, near Croghan, the past year, has completed the school year and left on Saturday for Fort Knox, Ky., where she will join her husband, Lieut. Edmund Marion, for the sum- me.\ Pvt. Gerald Kirch, stationed at Camp Upton, L. I., spent a three day leave at his home at Kirschnerville. James Duflo, son of Mr. and Mrs. at Camp Totten, L. I., and who has | Thomas Duflo, has returned from Syr- ' :*^rrs?s fcS since resided at his home here, has never missed joining the Castorland American Legion in uniform on Me- morial Day,, to march to St. Stephen's cemetery to decorate graves of their comrades. The doctor has passed his 79th birthday and enjoys fairly good health. Croghan Men in Hawaii Pfe: Frederick J. Zehr, son of Mrs. Albertine and the late Jonas Zehr, ar- rived in Hawaii about May 207 as an- houncid i n a letter to his mother Mr and (Mrs Fr V the couple left for a brief •wedding trip, after, which they will he -^ «bfr received a letter I home in Waukegan, 111. The hr)de*» \\ — going away costume was a navy blue suit with white accessories. Guests' were present from Bri 1 port, Ciiester, Vt., Chazy fm Brookl Tafrytown, ConstaMeville, Syracuse and Fonda. nat their CMwVraMfe Unmet that he rive* safely tfe tleaefl etttat qfr in in anr-CMgtatat R Metfaedlnt arrived from New summer at the mon: during -the vacation s ^On Thursday evening, lowing the graduation hingo party will be held i: ball for the^ benefit of Gerald Grau, who left the\ {Lewis county, con tioned at Camp- Wheelei ., iPrt. r&herman Zehr Sferred -'trma - Pratt -' ~4&_ Windsor Locks ©ogfi^ -lite sr acuse where he has completed a course in the advanced life under- writers school. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Strife had as guests for Memorial day weekend Jo- seph Richter, Robert Richter, the Misses Betty and Itorothy Richter and Donald Richter and fiancee, all of Rochester. Present at dinner on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Desmond Cain of Carthage and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Andre of Croghan. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Allen and Mrs. Anna Al- len of Lowville also visited at the Strife 1 >me on Sunday, Rosary Society » last social evening' of the Ros- ••clety for the season was held 'id<iy evening at the parish hall bout. 50 in attendance. iAtngo and pedro-were played and 'fvfraahments served. The next social evening will be [JMM on Friday evening, Sept. 4. The Croghaa t-All-Stars baseball ;tam was de*£af»a 3>y a team repre- senting the\ llS^Se^itfe ; unit at iPine Camp last 'Sunday afternoon by a score of l^ldr^^ld^^SJiJstflo were ^be^lbatterie^iorCrii^iifHi. The locals will meetj^.jfc^|in1j^t [._ at Croghan athletic n^iltlnMtfSunday. •••^ Ss

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