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More than 60 participate in Friday night golfing at Northumberland


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Gulf Shore Notes with Dorothy McIver

On Sunday morning, Thaijs Arab, son of Christine Arab and Frank Nan was baptized at the United Church in Wallace.

A reception followed at their home on the Gulf Shore Road. Those attending included: Thaijs and parents, Beryl Arab, Margaret and Peter Alexander and sons of Stuart and Aron, Leigh Ann and Maria, Andrew Arab, Mary Jean Leselle, Hester Alan, Sheryl Williams, Ann and Maurice Doucet, Charlotte Allan, Delores Doucet, Mary and Peter, Mary Lou Copp, Dorothy McIver, Taunya and boys.

Thaijs and family will soon be returning to the Barbados.

More than 60 participated in Friday night golf and social held at Northumberland Links. First-place winners were: Al Isnor, Millie Brown and John Neild with second-place winners Dave McGrath, Wendy Isnor, Cecil McIver and Karen George.

A band called Derailed entertained following golf. The music was great and many had a dance or two.

Joe and Jean MacLean (formerly residents of the Gulf Shore) had dinner with the Cunninghams last week. They were en route from Saint John to Dartmouth.

Twenty-six players were present Sunday evening at Sport Pugwash (ages five to 72). Great fun was had by all. Visitors were from Montreal, Ontario and Massachusetts. Play starts on Sunday at 6 p.m.

Callers with Eileen and Gordon Jamieson were Joe Chilton and son-in-law from Massachusetts. Doreen Langille, Pugwash, and daughter Ethel Ingram, Mike Labrush of Halifax, Frank and Audrey Delorey, Roy Jamieson and Marg Parks.

Flying These Days

Shortly after a British Airways flight had reached its cruising altitude, the captain announced “Ladies and gentlemen, this is your captain. Welcome to Flight 293, non-stop from London Heathrow to New York.

“The weather ahead is good as we should an uneventful flight. So, sit back, relax and…Oh My God!”

Silence followed.

Some moments later, the captain came back on the intercom:

“Ladies and gentlemen, I’m sorry I scared you. While I was talking a flight attendant spilled coffee on my lap. You should see the front of my pants.”

From the back of the plane an Irish passenger yelled, “For the love of God, you should see the back of mine.”

 

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

 

 

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