At dusk on Nov. 11 you may hear the ringing of church bells. This is in remembrance of those who fought in the First World War. When the war was over, people just automatically started ringing church bells in their ex- treme joy that the fighting was over. Now, 100 years later, we want to salute those who served to give us our freedom – lest we forget.
Wayne and Lynn Sanford spent some time recently in the Toronto area. They visited with Lynn’s sister, Joan, and husband John Kuroptwa. They spent three or four days at the Kuroptwa cottage, attended a Toronto Argonauts football game, a Toronto Maple Leafs hockey game and also visited the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Wayne and Lynn also visited with her nephew Bryan Kuroptwa and family.
Meanwhile, Billy Russell, of Aurora, Ont. recently visited with Shirley Rogers.
Oct. 30 card party results from the South Berwick Community Centre: first, Flora Reeves; second, Larry Coldwell; third, Sharon Kilcup; fourth, Shirley Rogers; 50/50, George Smith and the door prize went to Robert Stevens.