|The Adirondack Record-Elizabethtown Post|
Au Sable Forks, NY
Thursday, May 10, 1945
V-E Day (Tuesday) was quietly observed here, with practically all stores and offices closed. The schools remained in session. If there was any spirit of celebration in evidence it was invisible as few people were in the streets and all the bars were closed. And that was just as well since our nation is still at war and with a people who are even tougher than the Germans. It is the concensus of many that we have a long hard war ahead of us with the Japanese. The mill whistles joined with the town siren in heralding the Presidential proclamation of Victory in Europe Day. Only a small number of men was employed at the mills Tuesday, which seemed more like Sunday hereabouts than a weekday.