Hyatt family reunion enjoyed

A family reunion for members of Nobel and Annie Hyatt was held Saturday afternoon at the Devlin Hall.
The event was attended by about 100 people and from all reports, everyone enjoyed themselves and a lot of old memories were shared.
People from Thunder Bay and Dryden also attended.
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There will be a rink committee meeting this Friday (Nov. 23) at 7 p.m. at the Devlin municipal building. Anyone wishing to attend should feel free to do so.
Meanwhile, tickets for the next fundraiser draw are being sold throughout the area. Up for grabs are an eight-inch auger from Tompkins Hardware, a double hand-made quilt made by E. Larsen, and an ice-fishing package and tackle with two rods from Richard’s Rod & Reel.
Tickets are only $2 each, and the prizes will be drawn Dec. 21 at Crossroads School.
In related news, the committee is looking for two volunteers to sell tickets Nov. 30 and Dec. 7 at Safeway from 2-3 p.m. Call Joe if you can help out.
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A reminder the Christmas craft sale takes place at the Devlin Hall next Saturday (Dec. 1) from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. This is an annual event, and always worth attending.
Pictures can be taken with Santa for $5.
If you wish to rent a table, call Bobbi at 486-1264 or 482-1220. Tables cost $20 each.
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Sunday, Dec. 9 is the date of the annual community Christmas party and potluck at the hall. A full afternoon of events is planned, along with a great meal and, of course, a visit from Santa!
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The centennial community committee for 2004 is holding a fundraising dance Nov. 24 at 8 p.m. to the music of Glen Hart, Wayne Flatt, and Bill Wepruk.
Everyone welcome!
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A reminder to all the Galusha clan that a potluck supper and reunion will be held for all family members of Ed and Nettie Galusha this Sunday (Nov. 25) at the Ukrainian Hall (809 McKenzie Ave.) in Fort Frances.
The theme is the ’50s for anyone wishing to dress up.
Cousin Ken Hughes is bringing his jukebox for our pleasure. So get out those poodle skirts and saddle shoes.
The afternoon will begin at 2 p.m.
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Robin’s 2¢:
Sue passed away so her husband, Bubba, called 9-1-1. The operator said they’d send someone out right away.
“Where do you live?” asked the operator.
Bubba replied, “At the end of Eucalyptus Drive.”
The operator asked, “Can you spell that for me?”
There was a long pause. Finally, Bubba said, “How ’bout if I drag her over to Oak Street and you pick her up there?”