Clipped From The News-Herald
NEIGHBORHOOD NOTES .-That .-That .-That all Octobers and Novembers are not alike was rpeflllwi r- r- other day by a rural mail carrier, who said that 11 years ago he delivered mail by sleigh from October 23 until March 1. It was one of the longest winters on record. The ideal weather of Ottober and the rather balmy start which November got called the long wintry siege to mind, by way of contrast. contrast. There were over 100 days of sleighing that year. The Regimental headquarters of' the 112th Infantry held its big annual -hunt -hunt this week, following the regular drill period. An entire day was spent I in the woods, under the direction of; Captain Frank L. Ruffing. Lieut. Toster C. Jones was In charge of one 1 division of the company. The low! scoring team acted as hosts to the oth-' oth-' oth-' er when the hunt was over nd the I fathers of the Guardsmen were guests' at dinner. .