Each week, the Gazette looks back on stories from the past. Here is what happened this week, by year…
- A number of young folk spent Monday evening at Miss Kathleen Pierson’s home, where an enjoyable time paid the pedestrian for a two mile walk to and from Pleasant Bay.
- A load of young folk invaded the hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Burris, and enjoyed an informal dance on Thursday evening.
- Mrs. Frank Hyatt and little daughter Ruth are sick with the grippe and many others have very bad colds.
- Two buses full of local people left this morning for Toronto to attend the ice carnival. They return tonight. Don King arranged the trip.
- The monthly meeting of the Glenora Women’s Association was held at the home of Miss Blanche Lighthall with eight members and four visitors present.
- Mr. Sven Roth and Mr. Don King called on Mr. Kenneth Hicks Monday evening.
- Five year old Jeanette Hepburn was admitted to Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital with possible chest injuries sustained in a snow mobile accident.
- Gale force winds gusting up to more than 60 miles per hour swept the County Tuesday damaging buildings, uprooting trees and stopping ferry service at Glenora.
- A record profit, more than double that of last year, is shown in the financial statement for Lake Ontario Cement , presented at the annual meeting recently.
- Cherry Valley man Fred Jay received a cheque from the Ministry of Revenue for Ontario and was shocked to find that he was supposedly dead, the refund being payable to his estate.
- The Prince Edward County Agricultural Society Saturday elected Doug Snider president and Mary Huff first vice-president. Both are of RR 1, Bloomfield.
- Jim Hughes, a Prince Edward County apple grower, accepted the 1982 Golden Apple Award and $300 cheque from Rick Zatorski of the Uniroyal Chemical Co.