Keene to hon­our vet­er­ans next Sun­day

The Peterborough Examiner - - Local - PAT MARCHEN [email protected]­i­com.net

The Remembrance Ser­vice in Keene takes place Sun­day at 1 p.m. at the Lion’s Den. The pa­rade to the ceno­taph, led by the Royal Cana­dian Sea Cadets band, starts at 1:45 p.m. Af­ter the Lay­ing of the Wreaths cer­e­mony, ev­ery­one is wel­come to re­turn to the Lions’ Den for re­fresh­ments and live mu­sic.

More than 100 pop­pies have been knit­ted for a dis­play at the ser­vice by the Knit and Purl club that meets Thurs­day af­ter­noons at the Keene United Church.

Re­minders

• Pro­gres­sive Euchre, Fri­day, 7 p.m. As­sump­tion Parish Hall,

Old Keene Rd., Ad­mis­sion $10. Cash prizes, light lunch. Hosted by As­sump­tion/St. John’s Knights of Colum­bus

• Re­tire­ment open house for Reeve Nel­son, Dec. 2, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Elmhirst’s Re­sort con­ser­va­tory.

• Lions Santa Claus Pa­rade, Dec. 8, 10 a.m. All en­tries wel­come, con­tact Mar­ion Bur­ton 705-295-6139 or Mark DuMoulin 705-295-4693

Library events

• Pre-school Story Time, Tues. 10:30 a.m., 30 min­utes for $2.

• One-to-One Com­puter/De­vice Lessons, $10 per one hour ses­sion, Keene and Bailieboro li­braries. Email keene_li­[email protected]­i­com.net

Di­ary of John Gra­ham Weir

1914 Nov. 16, Mon. Rain­ing less or more all day yes­ter­day. To­day was fair but a fear­fully high west wind. This forenoon I brought Mr W. Daw­son to heal a colt with a cut leg done by barbed wire on an old fallen fence on Mr Gra­ham's farm. 1914 Nov. 17, Tues. Bad storm from the west of wind and snow. The ground is frozen two inches deep. No plough­ing now. 1915 Nov. 16, Tues. To­day I went to the sale of farm stock at Mur­phy's farm near Lake­field. The ground was froze too hard to plow all day. All our stock are in the sta­ble tonight. 1916 Nov. 18, Sat. We were in town to­day and bought three geese and a tur­key and put them in Scott's cold stor­age for new year. The tur­key weighed nine­teen lbs., cost me four dol­lars and the three geese four dol­lars and fifty cents and we have twenty chick­ens in the cold stor­age. Very nice sleigh­ing, we used the cut­ter.

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