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Page 32 THE QUODDY TIDES 13 January, 1984 DEER ISLAND Miss Lisa Richardson has returned to studies at St. Thomas University in Fredericton after spending the Christmas holiday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harland Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. Frances (Nellie) Millerd of Rochester, N.Y. spent Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harland Richardson. Mrs. Jack Fountain enjoyed Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. Des- mend Conley and family. Guests over New Year's of Mrs. Jack Fountain were her sister, Helen Phillip of Hyannis, Mass. ; niece, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Krasnowski of Thomaston,Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Gil Haddon of Calais, Me. visited with Mrs. Jack Fountain over the Christmas holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Crosby and chil- dren, Rebekah and Richard, and Cathy Rodgers of Fredericton spent New Year's with Dawna's mother, Mrs. Alice Darke. Rebekah stayed the week and was re- turned home by aunt, Miss Beth Darke. Mrs. Alice Darke and daughter Beth GRAND MANAN (from page 31) spent the holidays with their son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lahey and family in Rothesay. Mrs. Thelsa Guptill and Mrs. Donna McKonkey have visited Mr. and Mrs. Fraser Shepherd, Grand Harbour. Miss Debra Guptill, a student of Hol- land College, P.E.I., spent Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Guptill. Mrs. Marcia Cheney of Grand Harbour spent the holiday season with her son, Carl and his family in Musquash. Mr. and Mrs. Roland (Butch) Green and daughter Lyndsay spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Field in Port Elgin. Miss Heather Ingalls, a student of Mc- Gill University, Montreal, spent the holi- days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert lngalls. Mrs. Almeda Nason visited her son and family over the holidays, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Nason and children of Nelson- Miramichi. Meredith Green of Saint John spent Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Green, Grand Harbour. Mr. and Mrs. David Mersereau and children of Hoyt spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ran- dall, Grand Harbour. Mr. and Mrs. Sutton Green and family and Russell Green, all of Saint John, spent the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donavon Green, Ingalls Head. Miss Barbara Foster, who teaches in Riverview, spent Christmas with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Foster, Grand Harbour. Mr. and Mrs, Harold Small of Wood- wards Cove spent Christmas with their daughter, Pat in Hull, Que. Mrs. Fulton Winchester of Castalia spent Christmas with her daughter and son-in-law and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bev Small in Clifton Royal. Mrs. Alma Russell celebrated her 87th birthday on December 13. Relatives and friends called at the Grand Manan Nursirg Home to bring best wishes. Brian Russell, student at Dalhousie spent the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Russell, Castalia. Michael Bass, student at Dalhousie University, spent the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Bas, North Head. Their daughter, Hallie Bass R.N. also spent part of the holidays with them. Mrs. Jason Lakeman of Saint John spent Christmas with her daughter and son-in-law and family, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Cheney of North Head. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cronk of Toronto spent the holidays with his mother, Mrs. Hallie Cronk, North Head. Jason Cheney, student at Military College in Quebec, spent Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Cheney. As did Derek Green of Seal Cove, student at the same college spent Christmas with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Stanley Green. called on Miss Zone Leaman during the holidays. Many from here attended the Watch Night Service on New Year's Eve at the Lambert's Cove Unitecd Baptist Church where a delicious fish chowder was pre- pared and served by the men of the church. This was followed by a short program of readings and singing and the communion service. At the close, a circle was formed around the church and "Bless Be the Tie" was sung. The church bell was rung at midnight. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Green- law over the holidays were Miss Donna MacKenney of Kearny, N.J. and Mrs. Ruby MacKenney; Miss Iona Lord of Leonardville and Miss Bonita Lambert. Also Mr. and Mrs. Francis Millerd of Macedon, N.H. Miss Deanna Richardson of Portland, Me. was a Christmas holiday guest of her father, Mr. Carroll Richardson. While here she visited relatives and friends and was a luncheon guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Greenlaw. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Greenlaw were holiday visitors of Miss Violet Leslie in Richardson. Miss Donna MacKenney of Kearny, N.J. spent the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Mac- Kenney. Mr and Mrs. Payson Green have left for Stuart, Fla. where they will spend the winter months. They were accom- panied by Derek Green and friend who have since returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph (Debbie) Thorne of Bethel spent Christmas with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Allison Pendleton and Deidre. Guests at the home%f Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Henderson recently have been Mr, and Mrs. Paul Henderson of Saint John. They also visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Conley. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Harvey of Fred- ericton spent a recent weekend with her father, Mr. Albion Richardson. Card of Thanks Through the column of this paper I wish to express my thanks and deep appreciation to my kind and thoughtful friends from whom I have received two hundred and thir- ty-five cards and letters during my three- week stay in the Down East Community Hospital in Machias, and over seven weeks in Oceanview Nursing Home in Lubec. Also, gifts, flowers, fruit and other goodies. Thanks to Dr. Jam'es Whalen for replac- ing my broken hip with a new one at the Down East Community Hospital. I am com- ing along fine and thankful to be on my feet with the aid of a walker at the age of 88 and over. My special thanks to the clergy, staff and nurses in both the hospital and Oceanview Nursing Home. I appreciated my many call- ers, all their prayers, and the continual care from Hazel Welch who lives with me. In fact, I am thankful for every kind deed I received that made my long stay away from home pleasant. God bless each one and may the New Year be a happy one. Genevieve Dismore Whiting Card of Thanks We would like to express our heartfelt thanks to all who called at our home, for cards, gifts and food, and to all who helped m any way to make our 50th wedding anni- versary such a happy and memorable occas- ion. May God bless you all. Mr. and Mrs. William Fitzgerald Card of Thanks We wish to thank our friends, neighbors and relatives for the many acts of kindness shown during the illness and loss of our lov- ed one, Ethel P. Collins. Special thanks to: Dr. French, Dr. Sulli- van and PA Doug Lewis; the staff at East- port Memorial Nursing Home; the Eastport Ambulance Corps; Dr. Murtaugh, Dr. Wil- liams, the nurses and staff of Calais Region- al Hospital, and to the staff of the Bernard Nursing Home for the wonderful care they gave her. Special thanks, also, to the Rev. Roland Chaffey for all of his thoughtfulness, and to Mr. Flagg, Richard and Allan for their kindness at all times. Daughter, Eleanor I. Collins Sister, Francena Peacock Card of Thanks I would like to thank Dr. Seers, Dr. Mur. laugh, the staff of the Intensive Care Unit, all the nurses and aides of Hall Wing and C Wing of the Calais Regional Hospital for the excellent care I received during my two rec- ent hospitalizations there. Many thanks, also, to all my relatives, friends and neighbors for all the cards, flow- ers and visits. Everything was greatly apprec- iated. Barbara Cox Charlotte Card of Thanks My sincere appreciation to the Perry East Bay Ambulance and to my cousins and friends for their prayers and love extended to me during my stay at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor, and since my re- turn home. For the many phone calls and visits, as well as the many flowers and cards, a spec- ial thanks. For Kenny and Lorraine, to whom I can- not say enough, thank you. God Bless you all, Naomi Spencer Card of Thanks The family of Laura Clark wishes to ex- press sincere thanks to relatives, friends and neighbors for their many acts of kindness during the illness and loss of our loved one. A special thank you to Bob and Shirley Wilder, Wayne Seeley, Vivian Leighton and the Rev. Roland Chaffey. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clark and family Avis and Corey Clark Evelyn Brewster and family Don Lyons Card of Thanks I would Hke to thank my teacher, Mrs. Tessa Ftoreck and my friends at the Clark School in Perry for remembering me at Christmas. Love, Stephanie Lewey Card of Thanks The family of Horace E. Holmes wishes to express sincere thanks to friends and rela- tives for the cards, flowers and many acts of kindness during our recent bereavement. A special thanks to Dr. Robert G. Mac- Bride, Dr. Karl V. Larson, all the staff of the Oceanview Nursing Home and to Rev. Bill Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Gardner. Lorraine Blyther and family Audrey Johnson and family Doris Witliamson and family Frank Holmes and family Card of Thanks I wish to extend my thanks and sincere appreciation to all my co-workers at the Regional Medical Center, Lubec, friends and neighbors for all the cards, visits, flowers, food and expressions of concern during my surgical hospitalization in Eastern Maine Medical Center and since my return home. Special thanks to Maureen and Dennis, Wanda, Edna, Vic, Charmein, Eugene, Caro- lyn and Dr. MacBride. Sincere appreciation also goes to my husband, Merlon, for the care and concern and waiting on me so well during the interval that I am unable to do so. None of us are aware at all times how fortunate we are to have people like all of you in our world. Again, thanks. Mae Dinsmore Mrs. Joyce Silvaggio =,Tel. 747-2117 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lambert enjoy-" ed a visit to the hom of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Blacqui- ere in Summerside, P.E.I. Mr. and Mrs. John Reid of Massach- usetts are spending some time at thei home in Stuart Town. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Simpson have gone to Florida where they will be spending the winter months. They were driven there by Keith Stuart who has since returned home. Mrs. Harold P. Lambert has left also for her winter home in Florida as has Mr. and Mrs. Harold McKinney. Mr. Edward Berry has returned home after being a hospital patient in Saint John. Mrs. T.helma Lambert and Mrs. Louise Lambert are presently enjoying a trip to various points of interest in California. Home for the holidays and house- keeping for his mother is Mr. Dickie Lambert of Prince Edward Island. ' Kevin Richardson of Gander, Nfld. has returned home after spending the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stuart and grandmother, Mrs. Harriet Richardson. The Deer Island Volunteer Fire Dept. were called to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Eaton one evening last week to extinguish a chimney fire. There was no damage to the structure. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Heber Richardson have been Mr. and Mrs. Gor- don Mawhinney of Moncton; Mrs. Everett Richardson of Fredericton; and Mr. and Mrs. Melbourne Leslie of Saint John. I wish to thatik all those who have contributed to this column with news items during 1983. May you all have a happy, healthy and prosperous 1984. In Memoriam In loving memory of LeROY T. LAMBERT Who passed away January 12, 1983 Sadly missed and always remembered. Daughter and son-in-aw, Phyllis and Everett Stewart Grandchildren Sherry and Shawn Daughter-in-law Judy Lambert In Memoriam In loving memory of a beloved Husband, Father and Grandfather DOUGLAS R. WOOSTE R Who passed away January 18, 1975 Time may pass and fade away But silent thoughts and memories stay. Always remembered:. Wife, children and grandchildren t CANADIAN HEARTFOUNDATION Available from most funeral homes, chartered banks and the following special representatives: Black's Harbour: Mr. Ellis Nason 456-3354 Deer Island: Mrs. Desmond Conley74"l-2982 Pocolooan: H. T. EIIsworth 755-2128 St. Andrews: Don Oxner 529-3119 Richard H. Smith 529-8852 St. George: Vincent Butler 755-3648 St. Stephen: Hyslop Gifts, 25 Milltown Blvd. 466-1743 Grand Manan: Mrs. Francis Themes, North Head 662-3282 Mrs. Allan Zwicker, Seal Cove 662-8263 Mrs. Errol Brown, Ingalls Head 662-8644 Mrs. Nell Coaasboom, White Head 662-8649 Mrs. Murray Tatton, Castalia 662-8142 Mrs. Robert Ellis, Woodwards Cove 662-8692 N. B. HEART FOUNDATION 29 Germain Street Saint John, N.B. E2L 2E5