Mabel Lowther and Vivian Warwick were to Moncton, N.B. to a medical appointment last Thursday. Diane Wood, Moncton, was an overnight visitor on Monday.
Sunday visitors with Elda Lowther were Helen Estabrooks, Brookdale, April Lowther, Amherst, while the Warwicks visited his mother, Ruth, in Truro.
Vivian Warwick was on of the judges at the 4-H Fashion Show at the exhibition on Monday night. The Travelers entertained on Wednesday afternoon at the Cumberland Exhibition as well.
We were saddened to learn of the death of Lillian Waugh on Monday. Her funeral was on Wednesday in Amherst at Furlong-Jones Chapel. She was a very special lady, always ready to help everyone and when she joined a group she gave her best. Her sister, Emma Boyd, came from Saint John, N.B. to make arrangements, leaving her husband in the hospital. Emma is the only living sister in this family. The committal was in the Leicester Cemetery. Several of Emma's friends from Saint John came down for the funeral. Bernice Black was one who came from Saint John, stopping to visit Wallace Hollis following the funeral. Also visiting Wallace were Helen and Robert Black, Brookdale.
Diane Wood came from Moncton to take Elda to her appointment on Wednesday.
There was a power outage in this area on Wednesday morning, following a mishap when the electric company was taking down trees close to the lines.
School has started so the yellow buses are back again. Good luck to the students as they start a new school year.
Mabel Lowther came on Friday bringing fresh cucumbers and tomatoes for pickles and chow. While Vivian was making her chow she realized she didn't have enough onions. She sent John to store to buy some but there were none so I suggested calling a neighbor, Olive Jackson. Sure enough, Olive said come and help yourself. Now that is what it is like when you live in the country, there is always someone to help you out. We are so blessed to live in a sharing and caring community.
Lights are on at the new home of Peter Dickie. They have moved a home just across the road from mine, and I think that spot should be named Dickieville as it is next to the Dickie's Meat Shop and the other Dickie families.
I was able to go to the exhibition parade on Saturday afternoon. It was very nice and so many people stopped to say hello. I wasn't to the exhibition but would have liked to gone to the bake off to cheer on our Journal editor. I am sure it was a fun time with Roger White as MC. This is the first year in my memory that we were blessed with no rain during the week and a perfect day for a parade, sure different than last week.
Audrey Lewis-Patriquin and her daughter, Amy, Amherst, visited with Vivian Warwick on Friday.
Nora Nauss , Bridgewater, was an overnight guest of the Warwicks on Saturday.
Mary Lubsy, Amherst, visited on Sunday with her mother, Elda Lowther, while the Warwicks went to Truro to visit his mother, Ruth Warwick.
All the games and monthly meeting at the seniors centre were cancelled this week due to parking space being used for the exhibition goers. The September meeting will be held on Thursday afternoon.
Jim and Bev Corbin, Lower Sackville, were Sunday evening visitors with her parents, Sheldon and Isabel Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Moore Jr. visited on Saturday evening with his grandparents, Sheldon and Isabel Moore.
Sylvia Oulton, Northport, and grandson, Dronson Baker, Joyce Carsadden, Amherst, spent Sunday afternoon with Olive Jackson.
The Leicester Cemetery annual fundraising supper will be held in the community hall on Sunday.
David and Pat Taylor, Sussex, N.B., were weekend visitors with her parents, Delbert and Lillian Carter. Willis and Marion Brown, Woodstock, N.B., were Sunday afternoon visitors with Delbert and Lillian Carter.