The Sault Star from Sault St. Marie, Ontario, Canada on November 3, 1927 · 7
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The Sault Star from Sault St. Marie, Ontario, Canada · 7

Sault St. Marie, Ontario, Canada
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Thursday, November 3, 1927
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THE FRIENDLIEST TOWN IN CANADA THURSDAY NOVEMBER 3 1927 - High School Staff and Pupils Had Party in Community Hall Jtapanola Nor 1— Saturday evening ia the Community Hall the High School ataff and pupils and alio ex-pnpll hold a moit enjoyabla Hnllow-’aa party All aftarnotfh many willing halptra dacoratad tba hall and die recall waa iplendld Streamer! of pumpkin color and black crapa hung firoia tba walla to tba center where the ende formed a large circle The atage recelred a lot ot attention too there being a aort of white fence with a gate The background wai darkened from where we suppose the iplrlta and apooha emerged Many soraltlea had been arranged and It waa very delightful wllhdbe rarled eoatumed and diigulied merry makers' Perfect fun and frolic waa the order of the evening and at midnight n nice lunch waa erred Mr Thomu Bbea late ot Espanola end Windsor but now of North Bay la a rlaltor to town renewing old acquaintances Mr Art Muter leit year an &n-ola hockey player end now a resident of Xanitoulln leland came over to apend a few deye with the boyi hunt-log- Laat night waa Hallowe'en and It aura waa The town wae overrun with hundrode of the kids ell in their peculiar getup They traipsed the town from one end to the other never missing a house and the cry "trick or treat” netted them gains either way Glrla with well filled baskets of "treats" still plied their business and we wonder how they would over cram any more treat In Our young blood waa eavallerlng on aomebbdy’s charger all wera dressed for tbo occasion from the three year olda up What a sight — but tbs children wera not so bed generally and onely the store windows got the brunt of the charge— of soap hieroglyphics THESSALON PEOPLE Mrs J Tate is Recovering From Her Recent Illness thessalon Nov 1— Mr Frank Rogers of Clondalee spent the weekend with bin parents Mr and Mrs Joseph Roger Mis Etbalyn Roger returned home after spending two weeks Jn the twin cities visiting relatives and friends i Messrs John Olanvllla and Joseph Roger motored to the Soo on Friday Mr and Mrs M McGuire motored to Blind River and Spragge Sunday accompanied by Mrs F Cavanagh Mr Joe MsDonald Jim Cavanagh EUean and Dan McGuire Mr Dan McDonald of Detour Mich- was In Theasalon Tuesday last a gnest of Mr and Mrs M McGuire Mr Ferris ot Thssialon spent “Dew Dew Dewy Day” “Oh Doris! Where Do Yon lire? N TM vU VmI dm Bb Mria ea Bto OichaM 301(1 “Ckeerie-Beerie-Be” 1 Could Wilts on Forever" 3134 mS n Sunday with friends at the Soo Messrs Rose end Stewart McLeod of Rock Lake were la town this week Mr Frank Cavanagk Mr Joe Mo-Donald Mr Gaorga Noble and Mr Don Bllladenn motored to Sault Ste Marla Oat' Sunday morning to attend 880 mate at the -Blessed Sacra- meat Church at which the Knights of Columbus received Holy Communion Mlse Mable Evans Is visiting friends at 8ault Ste Marie OnL The many friendi of Mrs J Tate are much pleased to bear that Mrs Tate Is improving nicely at the Red Cross Hospital and hope to see her jin her own residence in a very short time Miss Grace Myers who was visiting relatives In Soo Mich has returned home this week i Mrs Charlie Heines and children Chrllc Marie end Gerald motored from Pontiai to Thesaalon to visit relativei last week returning home Sunday A number of Thessalon people motored to Blind River Friday evening to attend the Masquerade Ball Many ot our Thesialoa young people motored to Bruce Mines Monday evening to take In the Masquerade Ball Rev Father Dufresne of Blind River paid Thesaalon a visit on Sunday afternoon returning home Monday Rev Father Mclnrney returned from his mission on the Island Monday evening CLEARED UP IMl Portlock Nov L— Mr A F 8hew-felt who has been employed on the ACH for the past three months visited Mr and Mtt J R Stobia over the weekend returning by motor on Sunday to hia home in Armow OnL A number from hero attended the chicken pie supperr at MarLennan on Friday evening and all report a splendid time Mr V Ellis and M McClary have moved to Gordon Lake to enter tha blacksmith business Mlsi Wanda Carter who has been attending the Continuation School In Bruce Mines returned to her home on Thursday with an attack of chicken pox Wa hope she wlll soon bo able to resume her studnes Mr J R Stoble had a aheap Injured by some animal -Friday night the sheep having been found Saturday morning wounded in the neck Miss B Robinson Is visiting at Richards' Landing Mr Cecil McWhlnney of Leeburn spent Sunday at Portlock A number from here attended the Halowe’en dance In Bruce Mines Monday night Mr George White of Leeburn made a business trip to Portlock Tuesday Miss Alma Ervin spent the week end at her home here We are gald to report that Mrs H Phillips is able to be around again after her long Illness Don't forget the Hallowe'en social In the Red School Friday night under the auspices of the W I The farmers are taking advantage of the fine weather In clearing uplands 1 Mr Grace Cameron Is visiting friends In Portlock 6ome of the pupils in the Public School here wre vaccinated laat week owing to precautions put In ‘TmComingViiginia’ “Mi and Bly Shadow" fine We hr (be “Mile af MiWlt “At Sundown” “Underneath the Weeping Willow” PW hr Lew Omelk Baer IMk Kw Twh VmI CIwm H HAM INJURED ABOUT THE HEAD BY FALL All Saints’ Day Observed in Anglican and Ropian Catholic Churches "Massey Station Nov 1 — Tuesday being All Saints Day there was a celebration of Holy Communion In St James Anglican Church at 8 a m The day waa also obierved In the Roman Cithollo Church -Mr Jno Andrew is able ta attend his duties again after being confined to hie homo for several weeks with rheumatism Messrs W J Bell and Mr Ferguson officials of tba Spanish River Lumber Co wera business visitors to Massey last Saturday On Friday of last waek Mr H Hanna had tha moafortuna to fall down thr cellar In hla store While reaching for tha electric light he overbalanced and fall head long down the stairs Fortunately ho escaped with minor injuries to his fhoo and head Mr Col Hunter Is in Blind River where ho baa secured a eltuatlon with electricians Wa are sorry to hear that Mr R Bruce Station Nov a— A most enjoyable time was spent at the home Teasdale la not so well this week as lot Mr and Mrs Carl Bellhartx on Kri-ha has bean It Is hoped that bo will day OeL 28 tip occasion being their be abont again In a few days j daughter Margaret’s fifteenth birthday Mrs Pierce returned home on Mon- anniversary The evening was spent day from Toronto where aho waa a n me and music after which a patient In the General Hospital tor dainty lunch was aerved by Mrs Belt some time Her many friends will “Wed by Mlaa Bertha Grex-be glad to know that she is much im- ton- TO" Dre8Dt wre Mr and Mrs proved in health Russell Bellhartx Mr and Mrs Reu- Mr G N Bayly B-Sc of tba On- Bollharta Mrs McManus Misses tario Forestry Department who has Horner Sadie To well violet been In Massey for the peat two “art Mry Hor months in tha Interests of ala da- r Olivo Bellharto Ida Horner Gwct partment left for hla home In Oak- ToweH Gladys Boll ville on Wednesday K was accom- “Cnu Nora M‘ panlad by Miss Marlon Teomans who will pursue her muslo studies at tha Toronto Conservatory Mrs S F Yf mans and Doris returned home on Saturday on Sudbury and Copper Cliff where they spent a few ays visiting friends Miss Lena Brophy to in Sudbury this week i Inmate of St Joseph's Hospital where the la receiving dental attention The spirit of Hallowe'en waa abroad la Massey on Monday evening: No serious damage haa been reported Tba pranks seem to bo all of an Innocent nature A number of our residents era getting the electrio lights Installed hi their homes thte fall In eparatlon tor the tong dajk ovenlnpi' Messrs YtortwekT to ‘treat' ran Geo Lots and £ Graham have the now b Mdw! ta a lew If J0II contract I have varicose veins or bunches you Mr Ren Jones of Bruce Mines gUrt to WBg them back was in town on Tuesday to normal also and if you are wise Tha Ladles Aid are busy prepay 'you wm do go tag for their annual Thanksgiving) Just get M origin bottle ol supper to be held la Ixiwe'e Hall Moone's Emerald Oil at any dispenses! Monday The ladles promise ns ing pharmacist and apply It night that In addition to bountiful appper uid morning to the enlarged veins an excellent program la being ar-'it ia very poweful and penetrating ranged and oniy a littlm 1 required Dr Russel Jonex U In town this After n few days' treatment the week renewing acquaintances and la- veins will begin to grow smaller and cldentally winding up his affairs here by regular use will soon reduce to preparatory to bis leaving tor Chto normal ago where he baa secured an Import-1 Moone's Emerald Oil ta also ant position on tbo ataff of ono ot marvelous healing agent One the hospitals lore by the Board of Health Mr J R Stoble Is suffering from ”Tr' tUck of tafluensr I equally as effective ta barber's Itch The farmers ar waiting for more nit rheum redness and Inflammatory rain In order to plow sod-land catle- ikin trouble factorily j people who want to reduce varl- Tha Ladles' Aid of tha Halted cose veins or get rid of eczema ul-Church here Intend to meet at tbecers or piles ta n few days should homo of Mrs John White'- on Tues-'not hesitate to get a bottle at once Jaa k?aa BiL A mJ J WA J— A a n a day Nor Sth A good attendance will be appreciated Mrs Devine of Neetervffle visited her daughter Mrs W MoGregor lut week 1(17 rusk Erpkht 3599 School Report of S S No 4 Jocelyn Tha school report for October for g g No 4 Jocelyn the names being in order of merit: V— Adell Eepeland 85 Sr IV— Roy Archibald jr IV— Mary Espeland Ida Fleming John Grexton John Bolt Donald Matheson Sr UL— Pearl Espeland Sr II— John Martin Alfred Grexton Rnaaell Adcock Elms Fleming Sr L — Marshall Fleming Borghlld Hanson Florence Bolt Nettlo Dan-yard Jr I— Clarence Ellis Sr Pr— Ethel Espeland Orval Ellis Myrtle Matheson Pr A— Gladys Bolt Willie Grexton Hilda Matheson Many From Bruce Station Attend Masquerade At Jackson’s Hall i Manus Alberta Shaule Doris Shaulo Elva Shaule Helen Reid Jean Bell harts Barths Grexton and Margate! Bellhartx Alma Bellhartx Master Ronald Bellharts Billie Reid Lloyd Shaule Marshal Harman and Willie Varicose Veins Reduced or Money Back Says Barnes Drug Store Lawrence Ltd C T Adame A Co Simple Home Treatment That la Giving Amaslng Results' The world progresses Today at! plication tor Instance stops the Itching of eczema and a tow applications cause the eruptions to dry up scale It Is 0ff and completely disappear It Is so powerful that a small bottle lasts a long tlma Any pharmacy can supply you Barnes Drug Stores Lawrence Ltd C T Adame A Co sell lots of It “You Don’t Like It - -Not Much” “Dew Dew Dewy Day" ritaaa wttk Mu "Tk WtoetWe mAr CMa tvM 0013 A “Golden Slippers” Mk Vrtm vhk I him u4 Bud im “Hear Dem Bells” mad Mif Beckla 189 Bellhartx Mr and Mrs Fred Braaon and son Arnold and Mr Alvin Armstrong of Sault Ste Marie were the guests ot Mr and Mrs X Horner on Sunday Mn Lloyd Mitchell and children of Thessalon ware tha guests of the former’s parents Ur and Mn Alex Rcld tor a few daya text week Misses Anne Campbell of Richards' Landing is visiting tor a few days with Misses Alleen Frejd and Isabelle McCrea " Mrs P Bateman and Mn U King visited Mrs D Connell on Friday Mrs G Reid returned home from the Soo on Saturday after visiting relatives Mrs E Cameron and baby of Day-ton is visiting the former’s parents Mr and Mn Alex Reid Mr Wallis McKay has finished his season on the cream truck and returned to hla horns on Saturday Mr and Mrs Alex Brodte and family of Bar River vliited Mr and llfa Wm Bellharts on Sunday Mrs Geo Towall visited Mrs tf Horner on Saturday' Mlsa Freda TowelL of Sault Ste Marie spent 8unday under the parents! roof ' Mr Thos Fraser ot Sault St Marie was a visitor here Monday and Tuesday Mn H McCrea returned home from Day Mllli on Sunday Mtea Esther ToweU visited hor sitter Mrs M King of Thessalon on Sunday Misses Isabelle McCrea and Bertha Grexton were visitors at Joa Jeffrey's Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Wm Feterbaugh and on Kenneth were the guesta ot Mr and Mrs Wm Bellharts on Sunday Meisra Cris and LyaU ToweU of Echo Bay spent the wek end at home home BED SPRING r IkRcslcf If out life StaYoung — the new bed spring — has several outstanding features The stabilizer — which positively eliminates side or end sway— runs through every coil from border to -border The spring is locked at 42 ' points— not two StaYoung is the best bed spring ever produced by manufacturers tie aySnowf Modem women shorten their wash days and make them easy They use a Gainaday the washer -with the $100000 tub In it dothes are thoroughly deansed in from three to five minutes without in jury to the most delicate fabrics The Qainaday is best Call ui next wash day for a free demonstration with your laundry in your ovn home Spnuand mud d Utr&ufd in Canada by Northern Electric CokkAny Umitkb RADIO Accessorial an applies Try Our FREE B" BATTERY SERVICE Mrs Bert Shaule and Elva were So visitors on Saturday Mlsa Bertha Grexton spent the week end at her home ta Brace Mines Mr Willie Singleton of Blind River spent Sunday at hla home here A number from around here attended the masquerade ball ta Jackson' Hall on Monday evening Loon Lake Claimed Four Lives in Oelobeg Chapleau Nov 8— Loon Lake near here claimed tour live ta October it ta believed aa a Result of tbs finding of the bodies of two trappera named Legault and Larocque Ikes were found when searchers were seeking bodies of two Chapleau men McKay Vtexen and Arthur Hopper who wera lost two weeks ago The latter two have not ben recovered despite the use of aeroplanes and dynamite ta search 1 CnuTUntktn 2 Jjttra Strtntth 3 Perfected Bait 4 The Stabiliser THESE ARE BUT A FEW OF THE WONDERFUL NEW BRUNSWICK RECORDS ON SALE AT TOUR BRUNSWICK DEALER'S BRUNSWICK PANATROPES AND RECORDS BARNES DRUG CO 2C3 Queen Sl Phone 753 TAYLOR BROS J84 (tor Street Rtd'e Hesdqusr:- Pcr

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