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United Baptist Ladies Auxiliary resumes meetings
It has been a busy time for us. One of our sons, Derek Reid of Ottawa, was home to spend a few days with us and close up the cottage for winter. Wendy made one of her famous, fish fry suppers and Wayne Reid of Pugwash also enjoyed supper with us.
John Duffy and Wendell and Margaret Reid were present with the family and friends of the late Margaret Halliday (Weatherbee) when she was laid to rest in the Millvale United Cemetery recently. Margaret was the daughter of the late Richard and Rosie Weatherbee, who along with their family were residents of Williamsdale for many years. Sincere sympathy is extended to her family and friends.
The United Baptist Ladies Auxiliary recently met at the home of Elizabeth and John Stewart in Oxford. As this was our first meeting since the summer break, there were many items of business to be discussed and plans are being made for a special Christmas service.
Linda and Alvord Stewart, as well as Wendell and Margaret Reid, were among those who attended an evening of music which was held in the Wentworth Recreation Centre and hosted by Vonetta Chouinard. There was a wonderful lineup of very talented people and everyone was treated to a delicious piece of cake during intermission.
Many people gathered for a Thanksgiving service earlier this month, which was held in the Wentworth United Baptist. Special music for the occasion was by the Teasdales and after the service everyone was invited for a delicious lunch and a time of fellowship.
Wendell and Margaret Reid enjoyed brunch with Faye Cloney on Oct. 16. Margaret’s nephew and his wife, Jim and Pam Morrison of Ontario, spent a few days visiting with Faye Cloney and several of her family.
Wendell and Margaret Reid, Bruce and Lorna Stewart, Alvord and Linda Stewart, were among the many folks who attended a recent service in the Thomson United Church. Special music for the evening was presented by the United Church Choir of Oxford. A delicious lunch was served following the service.
Supper guests recently with Wendy Reid, Wendell and Margaret Reid was their son Wayne Reid of Pugwash, as well as special friends, Beth and Harry Crouse of Folly Lake. Everyone enjoyed a delicious supper as well as a good visit with friends.