Card Par­ties for St. James’ Ceme­tery

Stanstead Journal - - CLASSIFIEDS - Hat­ley

the St. James’ Ceme­tery - Hat­ley on May 12th. Cards were played at 6 ta­bles. Scores were tal­lied up, with the fol­low­ing win­ning prizes. Louise Peasley (5340) won ladies high. Karen Pat­ter­son claimed ladies (5200) 2nd. Gents high went to Jack Kimp­ton (5280). Gents 2nd to Casey Vriensendorp (5240). For tak­ing the most tricks with the 8 of hearts went to Louise Peasley. Skunk prize went home with Doris Beaudin. Door prizes were won by - Bar­bara Wing, Doris Beaudin, Bud Wing, Tammy Wing, Alan Bul­lock, Bob Nish, Joyce Ewart, Ge­orge Peasley, Len Swal­low, Mar­ion Cox, Bar­bara Gosselin, Greta Nish, Is­abel Nel­son, and Elvera Pat­ter­son. Spe­cial prizes went to Louise Peasley, Mar­sha Wal­lis, Len Swal­low, Greta Nish, Is­abel Nel­son, Deb­bie Smith, Les­lie Bliss, Char­lene Jo­hann, Alan Bul­lock, Tammy Wing, Bar­bara Wing, Casey Vriensendorp, Mar­ion Cox, Elvera Pat­ter­son and Bud Wing. On be­half of the group we would like to thank ev­ery­one for com­ing. To all who gave food or prizes. We hope to see you at our next card party on May 19th. So many things of Mom I miss... Her gen­tle hug and ten­der kiss. I still can feel her warm em­brace. And pic­ture yet her lov­ing face. A mother’s tasks are never done. And Heaven must have needed one. For an­gels came and took her hand And led her to God’s promised land. She’s surely kept quite busy there While brush­ing lit­tle an­gel’s hair. And mak­ing sure they’re

dressed just right. Not stay­ing out too late at night. Al­though there’s sad­ness, this I know... She’s wait­ing there, her face aglow, I close my eyes and I can see ... Her arms still open wide for me. 10 Years ago God took you home, and still it feels like yes­ter­day. Not a day goes by with­out you in our hearts and thoughts.

We go on day by day, But there will al­ways be a hole

in our hearts.

Sadly missed,

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