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PAGE 6 MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8,1971 THE JOURNAL eaway Coming Events MAPLE CITY OES Nov. 8 - Maple City Chapter, Order jjf the Eastern Star, will meet with officers requested by the worthy matron, to wear colored formals. rji PP* 1 rafjic Thursday. Oct. 21 UPBOUND — Cape Transport. Canada, 254; Hellas-In-Eternity, Greece, 645; Haihsin, North China, 526; Senator of Canada, Canada, 605; Fourth Coast SLSDC, U. S. 35; Estrid, Denmark, 591; Mantadoc, Canada, 608; LaPlata Maru, Japan, 496; Bella Krajina, Yugoslavia, 569; R. Bruce Angus. Canada, 620; Juana, Liberia, 584; Sprucebranch, Canada, 329. DOWNBOUND — Fern Field, Norway, 555; FrankclfffeHall, Canada, 730; Capo Noli, Italy, 471; Cape Trans- port. Canada, 259; Norse Lady, Nor- way. 555; James Transport, Canada,\ 371; Paul Lorenz Russ, Germany, 448; V. W. Scully, \Canada 730; River Transport, Canada 325; Brintines, Greece, 364; Norman Diet, Denmark, 584; Star Taro, Norway, 577; John T. Hutchinson. U. S., 620; Cool Girl, Norway. 269. Friday. Oct. 22 UPBOUND — Jarosa, Norway, 612; Gordon C. Keitch, Canada, 664; Paterson. Canada, 574; Boa Esperenca. Brazil, 391; Birk, Ger- many. 431; Scaphill, Greece, 533. - DOWNBOUND — Star Taro, Nor- way, 577; John T. Hutchinson, U. S., 62(>\; Cool Girl, Norway, 269; Canadoc, • Canada, 605; Acritas, Greece, 467; Ragnhild. Denmark, 590; Helen Miller, Britain. 399; Amazonia, Brazil, 391; S. .Inliolt. Norway. 572; Congar, Canada, 358; Sclje. Norway, 440; Conrad Marie. Canada, 192; Ferndale, —, 524; Ruthie Michaels! Liberia, 448. Saturday, Oct. 23 UPBOUND - Etrog, Israel, 501; Arctic Trader, Canada, 318; Liquilassie, Canada, 366; Nortans Unity. —. 528; Maplecliffe Hall, Canada. 730: Donetsky Metallurg, Russia. 426; John E. F. Misener', Canada, 654; Aegean Mariner, Greece, 518; Falcon, Norway, 423; Seaway Queen. Canada, 717; Ralph Misener, Canada, 730; Artico, Spain, 451; Nipigon Bay, Canada, 692; Fort St. Louis. Canada, 466; Birgit Ragne, Sweden. 374; and one private launch. DOWNBOUND — Jos. Simard, Canada, 412; Federal Schelde, Belgium. 681; Fuel Marketer, Canada, 259; Pandora, Liberia, 518; Ulysses Island. Panama, 364; Federal Salso, Panama, 507; Imperial Sarnia, Canada, 409; J . N.McWatters, Canada, 730; Krpan, Yugoslavia, 490; Coverdale Ber.. 640; Apollon, Greece, 644; Ferrol, Panama. 408; English River, Canada, 404; and one private launch. Sunday, Oct. 21 UPBOUND - Birgit Ragne, Sweden, 374; Archangelsk, Russia, 457; Cape Transport, Canada, 259; Himmerland, —, 580; Orator, Norway, 514; Silver Isle. Canada. 730; Lake Manitoba, Canada, 730; James Transport, Canada, 371; Ionian Mariner, Liberia, 583; Red Wing, Canada, 730; Penquer, France, 503; John T. Hutchinson, U. S., 620; Dimos Halcoussis, Greece, 467; Continental Pioneer, Liberia, 584; Bclgrand, Germany, 613; Helen Presthus, Norway, 507; Gloxinia, Britain. 480. DOWNBOUND — Ferrol, Panama, 408; English River, Canada, 404; And- wi. Norway, 709; Atlantic Maru, Japan, 498: Petraia, France, 484; Chemical Transport. Canada, 391; Silver Zephyr, Liberia, 584; Comeaudoc, Canada, 730; Anita Thyssen, Germany, 518; Michalis K, Greece, 317; Helen Evans, Canada, 552; James Norris, Canada, 664; Lawrencecliffe Hall, Canada, 730. Monday. Oct. 25 UPBOUND — Gloxinia, Britain, \480; Helen Miller, Britain, 399; Jannetta, Norway. 541; Banak, Norway, 492; Congar, Canada, 358; River Transport, Canada. 325; Madison Friendship, Liberia, 518; Kingdoc, Canada, 315; Fuel Marketer, Canada, 254; Bruneck, Germany, 253; Lake Winnipeg, Canada. 730; Valhall, Norway, 532; Tres Fnnn. Norway, 557; Itainbe, —, 528; Ocean Regina, Liberia, 497; Olga Jacob, Germany, 458; King Nestor, Greece. 585; Ingeren, Norway, 520; Imperial Sarnia, Canada, 409; Asia Flamingo, Liberia, 510; Feux Follets, Canada. 730. DOWNBOUND — Constance Bowater, Canada, 325; U.S.N.S. Wyman, U. S., 287; Integerity, Liberia, 447; Hudson Transport, Canada, 356; CCGS Simcoe, Canada, 179; Kollfinn, Norway, 599; Brigit Maersk, Denmark, 592; Goderich, Canada, 537; Norse Transporter, Norway, 626; Gyda, Denmark. 592; Zawichost, Poland, 444; Bay Transport, Canada, 256; Imperial London. Canada, 332; Cabo Orange, Brazil. 407. Tuesday, Oct. 2(i Upbound — Asia Flamingo, Liberia, 510; Feux Follets, Canada, 730; T. R. McLagan, Canada, 715; Slyvia Cord, Denmark. 478; Belmono, Norway, 523; Passat. Germany,. 458; Helen Evans, Canada. 552; Inland Trans., Canada, 251; Fran Quelin, Canada, 349; Lac Meliton, Greece, 524;-Khian Island, Gorthon, Sweden, Comn, Canada. 61; 465; Ferndale, Ber., Greece. 467; Alida 645. Dnwnbound — Bay Transport. Canada. 256; Imperial London, Canada. 332; Cabo Orange, Brazil, 407; Theanto A.S., Greece, 487; Senneville, Canada. 730; Cape Transport, Canada, 259; River Transport, Canada, 325; John O. McKeller, Canada, 678; Konsul Shulte. Germany, 533; Beavercliffe Hall. Canada, 730; Cougar, Canada, 358; Quebec. Canada, 325; Jogela, Germany. 248; Liquilassie, Canada, 366; Rattray Head, Scotland, 274; Dngrun. Norway, 545; Blanc Sablon, Canada. 192; James Transport, Canada. 371. 367; Ger- 414; 389; Ville Wednesday, Oct. 27 Upbound — Arlesiana, Italy, Birknes. Norway, 522; Rando, •many, 326; Sherwood, Britain, Akra Tenovon, Germany, Thcofauos Livanos, Greece, 628; de Mexico, France, 539; Meondros, Liberia, 628; Nancy Michaels, Greece, 379; Papendrecht, Holland, 500; English River, Canada, 404; Spildra, Norway, 487; Markorska, Yugoslavia, 469; Buchenstein, Germany, 482; Carol Lake, Canada, 715. Downbound — New York News, Canada, 349; Sir James Dunn, Canada, 664: Falcon, Norway, 423; Fuel Marketer, Canada, 259; Alexander Voyazides. Liberia, 504; Senator of Canada, Canada, 605; Grande Her- mine. Canada, 730; Gulf Canada, Canada. 549; YTB 813 Tug, U.S., 103; Martha Hindman, Canada, 545; Quedoc. Canada, 605; Transeanada, Germany, 429; Paterson, Canada, 574; Dyvi Pacific, Norway, 577; Fort William, Canada, 471; Manchester Mecurio. Spain, 253; Calgadoc, Canada. 253; King Leonidas, Greece 582. Priest - Editor Lashes Out At Church Establishment Huntington, Ind. — The editor of the •nation'slargest Catholic weekly,\Father Albert J. Nevins of \Our Sunday Visitor,\ has made a strong attack on the Catholic educational establishment, declaring that the crisis facing Catholic schools today is not one of money but rather the loss of confidence by a sub- stantial number of Catholic parents \in the insidious and closed establishment that lias developed since Vatican II.\ Writing in the Nov. 14 issue of \Our Sunday Visitor,\ an issue devoted to the contribution Catholic education has made to America, Father Nevins declares that \Catholic education exists for only one reason — to provide Catholic education, to give a reason for man's existence, to fashion its students in a Christian mode of life...When Catholic education apes the secular IN THE ARMED FORCES SAN ANTONIO—Airman Steven D. Jenne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon C. Jenne of Rt. 3, Potsdam, N.Y., has completed U.S. Air Force basic training at Lackland AFB, Texas. He is being assigned to Lowry AFB, Colo., for training in the munitions and weapons maintenance field. Airman Jenne at- tended Parishville-Hopkinton Central High School, Parishville, N.Y., and attended Seaway Area Technical College, Norwood, N.Y. Mrs. Robert E. Mero of 27 Leroy St., Potsdam, N.Y., is o n an extended cruise in the Mediterranean) aboard the dock landing ship USS Fort Snelling, homeported in Little Creek, Va. His ship will be participating in- training operations with other U.SNavy ships, aircraft groups, and assault units while it is in the Mediterranean. DOVER, Del.—S.Sgt. Donald P. Dufresne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis H. Dufresne of RFD 1, Chase Mills, N.Y., took part' in a NATO military exercise recently conducted in northern Greece. Sergeant Dufresne, an aircraft mechanic with a Military Airlift unit at Dover AFB, Del., was a member of the U.S. Air Force contingent supporting the International .Airlift Force. The sergeant, a 1963 graduate of Massena Central High School, Massena, N.Y., has completed 28 months of duty in Vietnam. His wife is the former Jane L. LacOmb. USS INTREPID—Navy Hospitalman Vernon C. Berger 11, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon C. Berger Sr. of 30 Pine St., Potsdam, N.Y., returned to Quonset Point, R.I. aboard the aircraft carrier USS Intrepid following a six-month voyage to the Mediterranean and North Atlantic. During the 45,000 mile cruise, the ship participated in two NATO training exervises, crossed the Artie Circle four times and visited ports in Spain, Por- tugal, France, Italy, Denmark, Norway, England and Scotalnd. SAN ANTONIO—Airman Leonard S. Nichols Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard S. Nichols of 157 Grove St., Gouverneur, N.Y., has completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Texas. He has been assigned to Sheppard AFB, Texas, for training in the transportation field. Airman Nichols is a 1970 graduate of Gouverneur High School CAMP FUJU, JAPAN—Marine Sgt. Steven R. LaBarre, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elsworth C. LaBarre of Route 2, Madrid, N-Y., has completed special training with Battalion Landing Tean\2- 4 at Camp Fuji, Japan. He is stationed with the Third Marine Division's Twelfth Marines on Okinawa. USS FORT SNELLING-Navy Seaman Michael P. Mero, son of Mr. and U. S. ARMY, GERMANY - Army Private First Class Phillip E. Murray, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Murray, Route 4,, Potsdam, N.Y., is participating with more than 11,000 troops in exercise Reforger III in Germany. He is a wireman with Headquarters Battery, 1st Battalion, 5th Artillery of the 1st Infantry Division at Ft. Riley, Kan. The Big Red One Division consists of three brigades. The 1st and 2nd brigades are based at Ft. Riley and the 3rd Brigade is permanently stationed at Augsburg, Germany. The men of the 1st and 2nd Brigades, with support units, flew to Germany to join the 3rd and move to the exercise -area extending from Munich to near the Czechoslovakian border. Emphasis in the exercise was placed on testing procedures for receiving, assembling and deploying army units once they arrived, rather than on rapid air transport from the U.S.M SP~CA Nov. 8 - The St. Lawrence County; FiOdety for the Prevention ot Cruelty 'to Ahjmals will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the.; Masonic Temple, Ogdensburg. The public is invited. FOURTH DEGREE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS INSTALLATION Nov. 8--Reservations due on this date' for 6:30 p.m. dinner following Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus installation of officers at 3 p.m. Nov. 14 at St. Mary's School, Canton; 5 p.m. Mass for deceased members; and social hour. Dinner reservations a must by Nov. 8 to Douglas Fisher, 393-4345. EUREKA REBEKAH LODGE NO, 129 Nov. 8-Me'eting at 8 p.m. at the Masonic Lodge. Refreshments. PRIVATE DUTY NURSES Nov. 9-Meeting at 7:30 p .m. in the Sun Room at Hepburn Hospital. MOC AUXILIARY Nov. 9-Meeting'at 8 p.m. at the VFW. Grand President Marie Everding will make her official visit. Also, Grand Inspector Margaret York will inspect. Refreshments will be served. OES Nov. 9-Maple City Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, will meet at Masonic Temple a t 8 p.m. Past matrons and past patrons will be honored. Past matrons and past patrons of District 13, Ontario,, will be guests. Refreshments. SENIOR CITIZENS Nov. 9 - Senior Citizens will meet at the club on Greene Street. Refreshments will follow. humanism of the public school, it has lost its reason for existence.\ Pointing out that the press has given the impression that the crisis of Catholic education is financial, Father Nevins disagrees. \The real problem,\ he writs, \is that too many Catholic parents have lost confidence in it.\ He adds that Catholic parents \do not send their children to Catholic schools to have them confused in their Faith, to be made doubtful of its doctrines, to be convinced that there is' little difference between various Christian denominations.\ Father Nevins accuses the formal educational establishment of having the support of the media and that Catholic parents feel helpless to counteract the establishment's power except to remove their children from Catholic schools or withhold funds and other support. He says that parents do not object to modern educational techniques but they suspect that many teachers do not transmit the full doctrine of faith because they no longer have it them- selves. He adds, \Those educators, who follow such false prophets as Brother Gabriel Moran (one of the leaders of the new theology), are betraying the parents who entrust their children to them.\ The \Our- Sunday Visitor\ editor declares that if \a nation of immigrants — people at the bottom of the wage scale\ could build the great cathedrals, churches, universities and schools which exist today, the present more affluent Catholics can find the money to keep Catholic schools open — \but only if they see that these schools have a value. We are suffering today not a loss of money but a loss of confidence.\ The solution, a s Father Nevins sees it, is for the Catholic hierarchy to clean house. He refers to the heated con- troversy, between Archbishop John Ireland of St. Paul and Bishop John Lancaster Spalding of Peoria in the late 19th century. Ireland sought public funds for Catholic schools while Spalding rejected such a plan while arguing against decreasing the religious atmosphere in the classroom. \Spalding won his ' battle,\ concludes Father Nevins, \but will the new establishment cause him to lose his war? Only our bishops can give us the final answer.\ Father Nevins is a former president of the Catholic Press Association and is presently a member of that organization's Board of Directors as well a s a director of the Inter-American Press Association. He was formerly editor of the Maryknoll Magazine and is a holder of the Maria Moors Cabot Prize from Columbia University. SONIC BOOMS' CLAIMS ARE PAID FOR LONDON (AP) - The British Government says it has paid $29,522 in claims to angry citizens whose property was damaged by sonic booms from the Concorde airliner's summer test flights. Not counting the damage claims, aviation sources estimate that costs of research and development for the fasterthan-sound Concorde are likely to be $250 million more than the latest estimate, $2,212 billion. MOOSE Nov. 10 - Loyal Order of Moose will meet at 8 p.m. s refreshments. LINCOLN PTA Nov. 10 - The Lincoln PTA will host open house at .7 p.m. at the Lincoln School gym. All parents urged to attend. DIET WORKSHOP Nov. 10--A11 new and old members are invited to attend the covered dish supper at 6:30 p.m. at the United Helpers meeting room. ROYAL NEIGHBORS Nov. 10 - The Royal Neighbors will hold a covered dish supper at 6:30 p.m. 4 at the Belmont Courts Recreation Hall. Elizabeth Tynon is chairman. Guests welcome. Vicinity Events NOTRE DAME AUXILIARY Nov. 8--Covered dish supper at 6:30 p.m. at St. Peters School. Please bring table service and a wrapped gift for aa social evening to follow supper. WOMAN'S CITY CLUB Nov. 10-The Woman's City Club will, meet at the home of Mrs. Mary .O'Brien, 612 Jersey Ave. at 7:15 p.m. Mrs. Ruth Hunter will be guest speaker. Nov. 8 -Rensselaer Falls - Card Party in Grange Hall at 8:30 p.m., benefit of the Grange and Senior Citizens. Nov. 8 - Canton—Reservations due on this date for 6:30 p.m. dinner following Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus installation of officers at 3 p.m. Nov. 14 at St. .Mary's School; 5 p.m. Mass for deceased members and social hour.' Reservations a must by Nov. 8 to Douglas Fisher, 393-4345. Nov. 8 - Winthrop - Grange school of instruction and Grange Members Assoc meeting at 8 p.m. at the Winthrob Grange. Bring sandwiches, rolls, covered dish and table service. Nov. 8 - Winthrop - St. Law. County Grange Members Association -will meet at 8:30 p.m.. at the Winthrop Grange for election of officers. Bring table service, covered dish. Nov. 8 - DeKalb Junction - Ladies Auxiliary of the fire department will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the fire station. Nov. 9 - Morristown - The Ladies Guild of the United Methodist Church .will meet in the church annex on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 9 - Lisbon - The regular meeting *f the American Legion Auxiliary will be <=ld a t 8 p.m. in the post rooms. Nov. 10 - Heuvelton - United Presbyterian Women (UPW) will meet at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Francis Watson. DeKalb Junction Personals By VIRGINIA FISCHER DEKALB JUNCTION—Halloween weekend activities besides the usual trick or treating included a party at the fire station, sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary, with about 100 children at- tending on Saturday night. On Sunday night there was a dance at the Com- munity Gym by St. Henry's with about 65 attending. Music was provided by two bands. The Gym will Be open oh Tuesday and Thursday for those under 12 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. and oVer 12 year from 8 to 11 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Andres entertained with a birthday party for her niece, Mary Rubin of Madrid on Oct. 30. Attending besides their three-children were Mr. and Mrs, Albert Dafoe, Mr.. and Mrs. Raymond Fountain and son, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dafoe, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fountain and son, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Dafoe and family all of; Pyrities, Duke and Tad Rubin of Madrid, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Griffin and Tracy of Gouverneur and Linda Soulia. AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY Nov. 10 — The regular meeting will be held Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the club room. A covered dish supper will precede the meeting at 6:30. Carol Seymour of Girls' State will be the guest\ speaker. REPUBLICAN WOMEN'S LUNCHEON ' BRIDGE NOV. 11 - The Ogdensburg Women's Republican Club will sponsor a lun- cheon-bridge party at the VFW Club on Thursday, Nov. 11 at 12:15 noon. The public is cordially invited. KIWANIS AUCTION Nov. 11 - At former Zabriskie Garage, Isabella St., starting at 6 p.m. until all mrisfi. is sold. Furniture, Applicances, Antiques, General Mdse. for home, and many small items too numerous to mention. Come out and help support a worthy c,ause. PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION Nov. 11-The regular meeting will be held a t 8 p.m. in Fellowship Hall. Thank offering. Mrs. Corwin Humbert will be the guest speaker. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH WOMEN Nov. 20 - The annual Fall Fair will be held at the Presbyterian Church from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Soup and sandwich lun- cheon 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. homemade goods, baked goods and a white elephant sale will be featured. TRUNKS OFF PACHYDERMS! SAN DIEGO (AP) — The purse- snatching elephants at San Diego Zoo are in for a shock if they try their old tricks again, \A few of the elephants had been maneuvering their front legs into the moat surrounding their enclosure, resting their heads on the wall and dangling their trunks under or over the outside fences at viewers,\ said head mammal keeper George Gillespie. \Then they snatched and ate everything from purses and lunchboxes to plastic bags.\ But zoo officials have installed an electrical conduit inside the fence which will give the animals a slight jolt if they touch it. They say it won't hurt the elephants but it will keep them from trying to mingle with the humans. ,Guy Alguire retired Nov. 4 after 21 years with the State Transportation dept. John and Tom Peters of Watertown and Mrs. James Ryan, Mary Ann and Tom of Canton were Oct. 31 dinner guests Of Mr, and Mrs. James Carvel. Mrs. John Peters has spent some time in Calif, with their daughter Susan. Mr. and Mrs. James Green are the parents of a new son, Sean Jason. They have a son Scott James two and a half years old. The Peters family are former residents of this area. The DeKalb Craft Ciub met Nov. 3 at the home of Rosirist Powell -with twelve members present. The next meeting will be Nov. 17 at the home of Mayfred Hutton of Fine. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd St, John, Michelle and Wayne of Oneida were Oct. 31 guests of her mother, Mrs. Catherine Rowland, Robert Stacy of Gouverneur was af- ternoon guest of his sister, Mrs. Rowland. Hermon-DeKalb Chapter FFA competed at the annual Canton ATC judging day on Nov. 5. Students par- ticipating were Tom Morrill, Bill Alguire, James Bf ice, Norris Davis and Robert Morrill. Also Rickey Stiles, Toni Burke, Karbn Bulsiewicz, Betty Car- mon, Philip Hitchman, Mike Bulsiewicz and Benny Foote. Hermon DeKalb Chapter. FJFA members have also competed a t the '.Hammond Fair and the SCS land judging contest. They, placed second at both events. [ t Nov. 10 - Stone Church - UPW of Presbyterian Church will meet at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Dale Wright. Bible study will be Nov. 15 from ULCS Program on Thanksgiving. All members urged to attend. Nov 10 - Lisbon - Regular meeting of the Lisbon Sportsman's Club a t 8 p.m. at Lisbon Library. Please bring covered dish for supper. Movies will be shown. All members urged to attend. Nov. 11 - Heuvelton - The Senior Citizens will have a card party in their club rooms at 8 p.m. Members bring ' either sandwiches or dohuts. Nov. 11 - St. Lawrence County Holstein Club annual meeting at The Lakeside restaurant. Black Lake Road, at 8 p.m. Dinner will be dutch treat from menu. Election of officers.. Gary Jehssen, fieldman, to speak. Nov. 11 - Canton - North Country Reference and Research R'esources Council will meet at Canton ATC at 11 a.m., board meeting; noon lunch;> 1 p.m., business meeting and 2 p.m. guest speaker. Nov. 13 - Canton - The First Presbyterian Church will hold a harves! sale-food and gifts - in Fellowship Hall from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. A coffee hour Will also be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nov, 13 - Moriey * Fire department will hold a card party at the Moriey recreation building. Admission, 75 cents, door prize. Nov. 13 - Lisbon - Card party at Hepburn Library at 8:15 p.m., spon- sored by Lisbon Firemen's Auxiliary. Refreshments, door prizes. Nov. 13 - Waddington - Bazaar and Smorgasbord at Waddington Library, sponsored by the United Methodist Church. Food and fancy table sale starts at. 4 p.m. Smorgasbord at 5 p.i&. Adults $2-; children $1. . Nov. 13 - Hammond - Mrs. Margaret Stewart, DDGM, OES, reception will be held at 8 p.m. at the Masonic Temple. Nov. 15 — A Grange school of in- struction will be held in Silas Wright Grange Hall at 8 p.m. Please bring sandwiches or rolls, a dish to pass and' table service. Coffee will be served. Please have all new officers, members, junior matrons,, patrons, lecturers and S.&H. Committees. Nov. 15 -r Rensselaer-Falls-— Public card : party will be'held at the Grange Hall co-sponsored by Grange and senior citizens. Admission, 75 cents. Nov. 16 - Heuvelton - Florence B. Beattie Chapter Order of Eastern Star wiU meet in the Masonic Hall at 8 p.m. for Memosial Night. Report from the Grand Chapter will be heard. Past matrons and past, patrons will be honored. Covered dish supper at 6:30 n m.* Nov. 17 - Rensselaer Falls - Craft Club will meet at 1:30 p.m. at Grange Hall. Nov. 18 - Old DeKalb - WSCS will hold a baked ham dinner from 5 p.m. on at the Methodist Church. Nov. 18 - DeKalb Junction - Hermon- DeKalb PTA will meet at 8 p.m. with James Curran, guest speaker. Nov. 18 - Old DeKalb ^ WSCS of MetHoSist Church will have baked nam dinner, 5 p.m.. Nov. 20 - Canton - Public chicken and biscuit dinner with bazaar at 2 p.m.; dinner from 5 to 7 p.m., adults, $2; children, $1.25; at the Canton Masonic Temple. Benefit of the Empire Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star. Milton Thomson of Rome, N.Y,, returned home Nov. 1 after spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Thomson. Mr. arid Mrs. Michael Ostrander have moved their trailer on to their lot pur- chased from Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sayer. Mrs. Ostrader is a niece of Mrs. Sayer and daughter of Mr-, and Mrs. Burton Peabody of Hermon. Mr. Ostrander i s a coach at Hermon DeKalb Central. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bullis of Brick Chapel were Oct. 30 callers of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Alguire. Mrs. Frances Gilbert visited her daughter, Mrs. Milton Durham and family, Russell on Oct. 29. At the weekly pedro card party, benefit of Senior Citizens, the ladies high went to Flo Smither, second high to Mrs. M. Fortune, mens high to Mrs. Smithers, second high to Mary Hatch and door prize to Gertie Walrath. There were eight tables in play. Card parties are .held Wednesday evenings at 8:15 p.m. at the Grange hall. The Altar and Rosary Society of St. Henry's Church met for a luncheon and meeting at the rectory on Nov. .3. The next meeting will be Dec. 15 with a. covered dish dinner at the church basement dining room. This will be preceded by a mass for Father Whit- taker. Donald Gilbert was a Nov. 2 guest of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gilbert. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Williams-of Troy were recent callers of Mrs. Allan Bower ing, Adult Education Director, John Bray of Hermon DeKalb Central, attended a meeting Nov. 4 at Canton ATC. Hal Williams of the . State Education department was In attendance to offer constructive ideas for all regional adult education directors. The PTA of Hermon DeKalb Central School will meet Nov. 18 at 8 p.m. at the cafeteria of the school. The guest speaker will be James F. Curran, school psychologist. All interested are invited to attend the meeting and hear the guest speaker. The East DeKalb, Cemetery association met Oct. 30 with president Hazel Burnett Hudson presiding.. Other officers are vice president Cliffor Fafr,, secretary Lillian Tuxnbull, arid treasurer Virgil Stowell. It wasreported that one lot had been sold, five burials had been made and brush and piles of gravel had been cleaned up.

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