Wayne Reid of Pugwash accompanied by, his mother, Margaret Reid motored to Moncton City Hospital for a doctor’s appointment on Wednesday.
Rev. Morris Mills of Amherst was guest speaker for the service which was held in the Millvale United Baptist Church on Sunday, and he brought a very inspiring message. Wendy Reid sang In The Garden as a solo, self-accompanied on her guitar.
The members of the Oxford Frozen Foods Pioneer Club have very sadly decided, we can no longer function as a club. The club was organized on Nov. 25, 1993 and have been active ever since.
We started the club on December of 1992 and in the later years we have been meeting twice a year. We usually held our summer party at Reid’s Cottage in Northport and our Christmas party was held sometimes at a members home and more recently we began to hold our Christmas party at the Pioneer Club in Oxford.
There were over 30 members in the club at one time. It is with regret, that we have come to the decision we can no longer function as a club!
Supper visitors with Mervyn and Mary Esther Smith and Blaine Smith on Sunday were Margo Patriquin, Logan and Lexie Patiquin of Wyvern and Jeanne Knol of Oxford and family Quinn, Makenna, Holly and Griffin.
Capt. Max Snow of Springhill recently spent an afternoon visiting with Wendell and Margaret Reid.
James Reid of Bridgewater is spending a few days, with his parents, Wendell and Margaret Reid.
Quote: The best way to appreciate your old car better, is to look at the price of a new model!
Margaret Reid writes for the Williamsdale area for the Amherst News.