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First place team was Al Isnor, Finn Carlson, Sue Carlson and Wendy Isnor.

The second-place winners were: Mike McNeil, Karen Belliveau and Donna Pitts.

Winner of the 50/50 draw was Cecil McIver.

An added pleasure was a band consistering of Scott Ouderkirk, Jim White, Shane Melanson, Gene Williams and Clint Moore. The name of the band was Derailed with a nice listing of music and great for dancing.

On Saturday, the yearly McIver reunion was held with 34 present. Ann McIver, River Hebert; and Karen McIver and Samantha McIver, Halifax and friend; George Maston, David and Cathy Gould of Amherst; Jean and Dill MacLean of Dartmouth; Vera Wambolt, Kevin Wambolt, Barry Wambolt and friend; Brenda, Stephen and Paulette Wambolt, Craig Wambolt and friend Chris Wambolt of Halifax; Cecil and Dorthy McIver, John and Mary Lou (McIver) Copp, Julia (Morton) Copp, Pappy, Lulu and Rosabelle Morton, Jonathan Capp and Jessica Capp, Bruce McIver and Paula, Nathan and Ryan McIver were among those in attendance.

Beer and Colonoscopy

It was my first time visiting the doctor for a colonoscopy.

I went into his office for my first rectal exam.

His new blonde nurse, Evelyn, took me to an examining room and told me to get undressed and told me to take a seat until the doctor could see me.

After putting on the gown she gave me, I sat down.

While waiting, I observed there were three objects on the table.

A tube of jelly, a rubber glove and a beer.

When the doctor came in, I said “Look Doc, I’m a little confused. This is my first exam. I know what the jelly is for, but can you tell me what the beer is for?”

The doctor became noticeably outraged and stormed over to the door, flung it open and yelled to his new nurse, “Darn it, I said a butt light!”

 

Dorothy McIver is the columnist for the Gulf Shore area. She can be reached at 902-243-2427.

First place team was Al Isnor, Finn Carlson, Sue Carlson and Wendy Isnor.

The second-place winners were: Mike McNeil, Karen Belliveau and Donna Pitts.

Winner of the 50/50 draw was Cecil McIver.

An added pleasure was a band consistering of Scott Ouderkirk, Jim White, Shane Melanson, Gene Williams and Clint Moore. The name of the band was Derailed with a nice listing of music and great for dancing.

On Saturday, the yearly McIver reunion was held with 34 present. Ann McIver, River Hebert; and Karen McIver and Samantha McIver, Halifax and friend; George Maston, David and Cathy Gould of Amherst; Jean and Dill MacLean of Dartmouth; Vera Wambolt, Kevin Wambolt, Barry Wambolt and friend; Brenda, Stephen and Paulette Wambolt, Craig Wambolt and friend Chris Wambolt of Halifax; Cecil and Dorthy McIver, John and Mary Lou (McIver) Copp, Julia (Morton) Copp, Pappy, Lulu and Rosabelle Morton, Jonathan Capp and Jessica Capp, Bruce McIver and Paula, Nathan and Ryan McIver were among those in attendance.

Beer and Colonoscopy

It was my first time visiting the doctor for a colonoscopy.

I went into his office for my first rectal exam.

His new blonde nurse, Evelyn, took me to an examining room and told me to get undressed and told me to take a seat until the doctor could see me.

After putting on the gown she gave me, I sat down.

While waiting, I observed there were three objects on the table.

A tube of jelly, a rubber glove and a beer.

When the doctor came in, I said “Look Doc, I’m a little confused. This is my first exam. I know what the jelly is for, but can you tell me what the beer is for?”

The doctor became noticeably outraged and stormed over to the door, flung it open and yelled to his new nurse, “Darn it, I said a butt light!”

 

Dorothy McIver is the columnist for the Gulf Shore area. She can be reached at 902-243-2427.

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