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Elda Lowther
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Seniors, 4-H to host upcoming suppers

The snow is going fast and, thanks to the weather, no flooding in our area. We will soon be seeing the robins.

I had good news on Friday. It’s no longer necessary to go to hospital for dressings. The doctor said Vivian could do it now!

Thanks to all those who phoned, sent card, and were concerned about me.

I had a nice phone call from son Borden and wife Betty this week.

Andy Carter spent the weekend in Alberta visiting his new grandson, Zackery, a son for Andrea and husband. This is a girl and boy for them. Congratulations to all.

Joyce Carscadden, Amherst, visited with her mother, Olive Jackson on Wednesday.

On Tuesday Vivian Warwick brought pancake supper home from the United Church, Oxford. This was a good supper. On Tuesday the Oxford Seniors are having a potluck supper and in April the 4-H club will be serving a roast beef supper at the fire hall. If interested, call Serene Matheson 447-2301. Take-outs are available.

Ross and Mary Lusby, Amherst, visited with the Warwicks on Friday night.

Yasmine Lowther, Sackville, N.B., was an overnight visitor with John and Vivian Warwick on Thursday. On Friday, Vivian Warwick and Yasmine Lowther spent the afternoon with Krista Warwick and family, Oxford.

John and Vivian Warwick, and Elda Lowther were among those attending the open house for Kelly Lusby and Devin Moore, West Amherst, on Sunday afternoon.

Pat and David Taylor, Sussex, N.B., were Sunday visitors with her parents, Delbert and Lillian Carter.

Greg Thompson and daughter Danielle enjoyed lunch on Saturday morning with his parents, Darrell and Sheila Thompson.

John Baird. Little River, visited with the Thompsons on Saturday evening.

Dorothy Bowser accompanied her sister Gerry Smith to visit their sister Marjorie at White Birches on Thursday. They also visited Mrs. Teddy Peacock, a resident at Victoria Manor. While there they also visited with Rachael Gallagar. On Friday the ladies visited with their sister Eleanor Archibald, Musquodobit.

The men are busy in the sugar woods these days. Today is not a good day so they will be catching up. We complain about the weather but stop and think how lucky we are when we think of what Japan is going through. Be thankful for our many blessings.

Organizations: United Church, Thompsons

Geographic location: Oxford, Alberta, Sackville Sussex Little River White Birches Japan

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