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Page 34 THE QUODDY TIDES ? 9 November, 1984 PRIVATE WALLACE TAYLOR Graduates with honou rs Private Wallace Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Taylor of North Head, Grand Manan, graduated from Cornwallis Naval Base Naval Basic Training, Nova Scotia, on October 25, 1984. He will be going to Halifax on November 16 to join the C.F.B. Shearwater SeaFleet training for Marine Engineering. Wallis is a graduate of Grand Manan High School. His mother, Sandra Taylor of North Head and his sister, Annette of St. Andrews, both attended his gradua- ticm CAMPOBELLO FLEA MARKET HELD Members of the Campobello Library Board held a "Flea Market" on October 27 at St. Anne's Anglican Church Hall. A very good variety of baked goods, ceramics and other handicrafts were available. Tickets were sold on a 3-way draw. The winners were: Elsie Tucker, a turkey; From Welshpool | _ i i CAMPOBELLO CHRISTMAS CRAFT FAIR On Saturdas, October 27th, the Christmas Craft Fair, sponsored by the Board members of the Campobello Libr- ary, was held in the Anglican Church Hall, Welshpool. Fourteen local craftswomen participat- ed and the displays consisted of ceramics, kitchen decoratimas, knitted sweaters and mittens, beautifully decorated cakes, plus delicious foods and candies, a bit of every- thing one could wish for. The proceeds from the food table was for the library and netted $450. There were three raffles and the lucky winners were Mrs. Kim Farmer, a very lovely hand-knit sweater; rag doll, Mrs. Glenna Cline and the turkey, Elsie Tuck- er. The participants considered the sale very successful. The members of the library are very grateful to those of the community who cooked for the food table, and gave their support in various ways. AROUND AND ABOUT Mr. and Mrs. Forest Batson have re- turned to their home in Fairlawn, N.J. after spending the summer at their home on the North Road. Their many friends wish for them a happy and healthy win- ter, and look forward to their return to Campobello in 1985. Mrs. Hilda Tinke.r , Tel. 752-2006 while browsing around. Mr. and Mrs. Omer Brunet, daughter Dorinda, Gina Savage and Mrs. Hilda Tinker enjoyed a very pleasant trip to Nova Scotia, travelling via the ferry from Saint John to Digby, N.S. While there, they attended the graduation of Patrick Brunet, a member of Course 8434 Naval Division, at Canadian Forces Recruit 1 received a letter recently from our friend, Mary "Bobbie'" Brown. who is spending the winter with her son, Rev. Barclay Brown and family in New Wind- sor, Md. "Bobbie" spends the summer months at her home, Kabin Rock, in Welsh.pool. In the letter she enclosed a program of the play "'Fiddler on the Roof" in which Barclay played the lead- ing role. This was an excellent choice, as Barclay is very musical. Guests of JeAnne and Garry Matthews of Wilson's Beach over the long Thanks- giving weekend were Mr. Donald Graham of Georgetown, Mass.; Mrs. Diana Cooney and daughter Katie, Beverly, Mass.: Mr. and Mrs. David Cockerline, Danvers, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. A1 Chambers, Clifton, Me.; Mr. and Mrs. Tim Ward, Kenduskeag, Me. ; Mr. and Mrs. Garry Johnston, Cove Head, P.E.I.; Mr. and Mrs. Serge Vivier, Fredericton; and Mr. Chris Vriezen and friend, Alexis from Saint John. Miss Hazel Calder and her niece, Nancy Brown have returned home after a very pleasant visit with friends in Lower Vil- lage, Hillsborough, N.H. They were join- ed in Bucksport, Me. with Hazel's sister, Helen Eaton of Castine, Me. Enroute, they also visited with friends in Kittery and Portsmouth, N.H. Added to the pleas- ure of visiting with friends was the joy of driving miles through the beautiful colored foliage, which has been at its best this fall. Mrs. Durrell (Zedro) Calder of North Road is visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Everett (Ina) Godsoe in Saint John while Ina's husband is a patient in the Saint John Regional Hospital. Since{d good wishes from your family members and all your Island friends, Everett. Zedro's son, Nell and Lois accompanied her to Saint John and visited Everett while th ere. Friends of Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Rivers will be pleased to learn that they have safely returned to their home in Holmes- by Lydie Brown field, England after a very pleasant visit with their son, Peter and family in Saint Mary's, Va. and with Dr. Cornelia Camer- on of Linden, Va., who with many friends, entertained them at her summer home on the North Road. In a recent letter they send good wishes to all their friends here. "Hallowe'en"- the evening of fun. It is always fun trying to guess who is who. Some costums beyond description, and sometimes a bit scary. Others, a work of art. We had both. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. James Johnston of Welshpool on their recent marriage. Sincere good wishes for many years of happiness. The weather continues to hold good for all the outside jobs which need atten- tion. I feel quite sure everyone has taken. advantage of it, and have all the necessary things taken care of. Several birds have kept me company this past week, with their songs and calls. I counted ten doves in the driveway -their cooing, while not particularly musical, is rather soothing. On the opposite side, the Blue Jays, with. their loud call for food, keep one alert at least. Then the Chic-a-dee with its soft note, is musical in comparison. Last week as Elsie and I drove to St. Stephen, we were amazed tosee so many Canadian Geese gathered in one spot, at this late date, but there they were. It seemed to us they were gathering for flight but if the weather continues mild, we may enjoy them for some time yet. One thing I do know, the birds in our backyard sure know where the feeders are. Sincere sympathy is extended to the families of the late Emma Seafles of Wilson's Beach, who passed away in the Cont. on page 35 Glenna Cline, a doll; and Kim Farmer, a School in Cornwallis, N.S. hand-knit sweater. Mr. and Mrs. James Hachey of Saint HALLOWE'EN PARTY John were recent weekend guests of her ............ mother, Mrs. Helen Cline. /. rlauowe en party, nela on bunaay DAY TRAVEL Mr. and Mrs. Whitney Brown spent evening, October 28, at St. Timothy's the weekend with their son Norman and Church Hall was enjoyed by a good family in Sackville. ' number of the children in the area. Mr and Mrs. Robert Hooper of Saint Prizes were given for the best in the John recently visited his sister, Mrs. Whee- different categories of costumes Refresh- lock Porter, and other relatives on the ments were served by the ladies to all Isl and.. Serv 2 alsn; tt:2C T;arl[t: :t n nresent Mrs. Milton (Mary) Newman is now " " a resident of Campobello Lodge ties LATE ROSE ................ ,---- ' While walking at Friar's Head on Nov- I ...........  ([ For the Past 35 Years ember 3, Miss Gloria Newman was very $ . ==m= =  m-=A,m| | surprised to find a lovely red rose in full  Ith DIECORRTOR[ bloom. It looked rather out of place on a { -- -- $ We serve all airlines - both domestic and international. bush nearly devoid of leaves. Truly the ) CUSTOM DRAPERIES last rose of summer.  SHEERS / CUSTOM SHADES  ][ We offer: Cruises - Bus Tours - Rail Packages AROUND AND ABOUT  VERTICAL BLINDS { [ Car Rentals - Hotel Reservations Ladies of St. Timothy's Church held  WOVEN WOODS } 1 Complete Package Vacations a rummage sale on Saturday, November ) t  We are now fully automated, which virtually eliminates 3 at the Church Hall. All proceeds to go I Fabric samples can be seen at   waiting for tickets. for the benefit of the church.  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