Guys Co Advocate & Canso Breeze, Friday, June 16 1944
Contributed by Peggy Feltmate
Lower White Haven, June 10:
L D Nauffs held a show in Trinity Hall Friday evening June 2. [note from Peggy Feltmate: my aunt Marion Feltmate's diary for June 2nd 1944 says "Went to aunt Ethel's (Grover) p.m. Went to show. The More The Merrier with Jean Arthur, Joel McCrea."]
A supper was held at the home of Mr and Mrs Robert Conrod [sic] Saturday evening June 3 in aid of the United Church. A very enjoyable evening was spent by all and a neat sum realized. [from my aunt Marion Feltmate's diary for June 3 1944: "Ma, Pa, Connie (Grover) and I to Conrad's pie aid. Some fun. Tommy Pelrine danced. We all danced. "]
Mr and Mrs Victor Munroe and three children visited the former's parents Mr and Mrs Alden Munroe for a few days recently.
Bernie Munroe, Queensport, spent the weekend at his home here.
Tommy Pelrine, East Port Felix, was a visitor here Saturday evening [note from Peggy: that would have been Saturday June 3rd, the evening he danced at the Conrad's pie social]
Mrs Robert Conrad and daughter, Miss Betty, and son Fraser, and Mrs Fred Rhynold were visitors at Antigonish on Tuesday.
During the month of May, Pauline Munroe, Betty Conrad, Shirley Harris, Pearl Duncan, Sylvia George and Evelyn Feltmate, pupils of Lower White Haven School, sold War Saving Stamps to the value of $16.00.
Miss Verna Williams, Dorts Cove, visited her aunt, Mrs Ida George, for a few days.
Wm. A. Feltmate, Little Dover, has been in our midst for some time.
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