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Wednesday, 20 August 2014 09:09
ACCOM FOR RENT
TWO-BEDROOM APARTMENT in Blyth for adults 50 years and older, includes stove, fridge and balcony. Phone 519-524-4680.
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TWO-BEDROOM APARTMENT, 470 Elizabeth St., Brussels, ground floor, no steps, heat included, prefer seniors. Phone 519-887-6893.
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ONE LARGE ONE-BEDROOM apartment in Belgrave, $600/month plus hydro. First and last required. Call 519-525-6399.
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FOR SALE
MEAT FOR SALE – TOP QUALITY hormone-free lean ground beef for sale. Packaged in one-pound plastic bags (frozen). We have too much, $4 per pound. Clarence and Marie McCutcheon 519-887-6635.
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48" ELECTRIC FIREPLACE, white, working order. Call 519-887-8443, Brussels.
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SUMMER IS HERE! WINTER IS coming! Gerbers Firewood has quality slabwood and bodywood available. Delivery included. Stock up today. 519-656-2057.
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REPRINTS OF PHOTOS taken by Citizen photographers are available to purchase. All are in colour. 4x6 – $4.00, 5x7 – $5.00, 8x10 – $8.00. Phone to order 519-523-4792 or 519-887-9114.
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CARD OF THANKS
ANDERSON. On July 16, 2014 the world lost a storyteller. William Edward Anderson born and raised in East Wawanosh went off to London and then Toronto to enjoy a 35-year career with Imperial Oil. He resided in Newmarket but following a stroke in 2009 decided to come to Huron County to be closed to family. He was extremely happy living at Fordwich Nursing Home where he became an inspiration on how to live with a handicap. He enjoyed meeting people from the community as he explored the streets of the village in his wheelchair and he was treated with dignity whether in or out of the nursing home. A memorial service was held July 26, 2014 at Ball’s Cemetery Church. Shelley Worsell, Margo Morris, Kamal Hassan, Brenda and Jeff Hessels and Nancy Park gave personal reflections on William. Several e-mails were read from fellow Imperial Oil employees and retired nursing home staff. Nancy and Greg are grateful to Fordwich Nursing Home staff and community for being so kind to William, Auburn UCW for their gifts, notes, visits and delicious lunch served following the service, Rev. Terry Fletcher for his insight, Bluewater Falconer Funeral Home for their compassion and professionalism and for all William’s visitors who travelled to visit him in the nursing home these past years. They always left with a story. – Nancy and Greg Park.
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BONESCHANSKER. Thank you for the great party to celebrate our milestones. Special thanks to the Legion for providing the excellent meal and all the munchies during the afternoon, also to Mary-Anne, Annette, Erica, and Sonya for the beautiful decorations, Cathy and her creative team for the invitations, Bill for his MC duties, Dorothy for co-ordinating. It was a wonderful day of visiting with everyone who came. We received so many beautiful cards. – John and Carol Boneschansker.
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LINNER. A heartfelt thank you to all of our friends and neighbours on Drummond and Coombs St. following the passing of our beloved mother and grandma, Joan Gutmanis. Your kind words, hugs, and donations for a memorial leaf are forever greatly appreciated. – Glen, Linda and Dean Linner, Adam and Katelyn Lutz.
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PLUNKETT-DYKSTRA. Words cannot express our gratitude and love for all who were there for us during this difficult time in our lives.  First we would like to thank all our family and friends for their many prayers, visits, flowers, food, cards and gifts. Thank you to the paramedics, Blyth Firefighters for their quick response to help Kenny and to the Seaforth Hospital, doctors and staff for their kindness shown to us. Also thank you to the many friends and family for preparing meals between the wakes. The slideshow the girls put together was a great tribute to Kenny, thank you. Thank you to Falconer Funeral Home, pallbearers, flower bearers, and the lady groups for serving the meal after the service. Thanks to Emily, Don and Lindsay and Floyd for the beautiful music at the service. Thank you for all the donations given towards the trust fund for Kenny and Teresa’s baby. For anyone else that we did not mention, we have not forgotten your generosity and love shown to us. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts. – The Plunkett and Dysktra families.
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RICHMOND. The family of J. Bruce Richmond would like to thank family, friends and neighbours for kindness and support, donations, flowers, cards and words of condolence during his recent passing. Thanks to Falconer Funeral Home - Blyth and Clinton - for assistance with Bruce’s final arrangements.  Thanks to Gary Clark for officiating at the graveside service and the United Church for preparing the lunch. Thanks to Blyth Union Cemetery staff for assistance and keeping the grounds so nice.  And, a special thank you to staff at Braemar Nursing Home in Wingham for your kindness and care during Bruce’s almost five years there.  He often spoke fondly of “the girls” who took the time to chat, share a joke, or went the extra mile to make his stay as comfortable as possible.  With sincere appreciation – Ula, Karen, Sherry, Darren and families.
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CHILDCARE
BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL care in my home provided by a loving, caring mom of two. Will provide snacks, games, crafts and outdoor playtime. Your children will be in a safe, loving environment. Please call Laurie at 226-523-1014 for more information.
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COMING EVENTS
MCCRACKEN COME AND GO Wing Night for Jim McCracken Friday, September 5 from 6 - 11 at the Belgrave Community Centre.
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BRUSSELS AGRICULTURAL Society Bake Sale at the Brussels Farmers’ Market on Friday, August 22 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Please help support our local fair.
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BLYTH FESTIVAL SINGERS want you! Registration/First practice Wednesday, Sept. 3, 7 p.m. June Hill Room. Access stairs behind Blyth theatre administration building.
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THE WINGHAM COLUMBUS Centre would like to invite you to our next Famous Fish Fry on Friday, August 22 from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. We serve battered or grilled white fish and also have chicken fingers for the non-fish lover. Take-out fish, fries and dinner roll, $9.99, eat in – fish and a buffet of salads, potatoes and breads $10.99. Homemade desserts are also available, $3.25 plus tax on all prices. Congratulations to Carol Shaw, winner of the two fish dinners from our June draw. Call 519-357-1270 for reservations. We tend to sell out so book early!
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HOPE CHAPEL CEMETERY, Hullett Township, Annual Memorial Service, Sunday, August 24 at 2 p.m. Guest speaker: Pastor Gary van Leeuwen.
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HELP WANTED
ORGANIST/KEYBOARD POSItion open at St. Ambrose Catholic Church in Brussels. Must be able to commit to our regular Saturday evening Mass and a weekly practice. Should be proficient in playing and accompanying a youth choir. Please call Miriam 519-887-6532 to set up an interview.
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IN MEMORIAM
CUNNINGHAM. In memory of a special brother, LaVerne Cunningham who passed away August 27, 2010.
Four years have gone by since he was called away,
We still miss him dearly with every passing day.
– Sadly missed by Lois and Con van  Vliet.
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SERVICES
CUSTOM BALING – OFFERING 3x4 large square bales with knives and accumulator or Rotocut JD round baled with netwrap. Ian Caldwell 519-357-7678 or 519-523-4994.
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FAXING SERVICE - We can send or receive faxes for you for only $1.00 per page. The Citizen, 413 Queen St., Blyth. Phone 519-523-4792. Fax 519-523-9140.
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VACATION PROPERTIES
Two-bedroom cottage with bunkhouse at Point Clark, includes fully-equipped kitchen, gas barbecue, fire pit, horseshoe pit and much more, close to lighthouse and beach. To find out more or to book your holiday call 519-523-4799 after 6:00 p.m.
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WANTED
WANTED TO BUY – SCRAP cars, trucks metal. Call Bill’s Salvage 519-887-6510.
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ACCOM FOR RENT

 

TWO-BEDROOM APARTMENT in Blyth for adults 50 years and older, includes stove, fridge and balcony. Phone 519-524-4680.
--------------------------------------------
TWO-BEDROOM APARTMENT, 470 Elizabeth St., Brussels, ground floor, no steps, heat included, prefer seniors. Phone 519-887-6893.
--------------------------------------------
ONE LARGE ONE-BEDROOM apartment in Belgrave, $600/month plus hydro. First and last required. Call 519-525-6399.
--------------------------------------------

 

FOR SALE

 

MEAT FOR SALE – TOP QUALITY hormone-free lean ground beef for sale. Packaged in one-pound plastic bags (frozen). We have too much, $4 per pound. Clarence and Marie McCutcheon 519-887-6635.
--------------------------------------------
48" ELECTRIC FIREPLACE, white, working order. Call 519-887-8443, Brussels.
--------------------------------------------
SUMMER IS HERE! WINTER IS coming! Gerbers Firewood has quality slabwood and bodywood available. Delivery included. Stock up today. 519-656-2057.
--------------------------------------------
REPRINTS OF PHOTOS taken by Citizen photographers are available to purchase. All are in colour. 4x6 – $4.00, 5x7 – $5.00, 8x10 – $8.00. Phone to order 519-523-4792 or 519-887-9114.
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CARD OF THANKS

 

ANDERSON. On July 16, 2014 the world lost a storyteller. William Edward Anderson born and raised in East Wawanosh went off to London and then Toronto to enjoy a 35-year career with Imperial Oil. He resided in Newmarket but following a stroke in 2009 decided to come to Huron County to be closed to family. He was extremely happy living at Fordwich Nursing Home where he became an inspiration on how to live with a handicap. He enjoyed meeting people from the community as he explored the streets of the village in his wheelchair and he was treated with dignity whether in or out of the nursing home. A memorial service was held July 26, 2014 at Ball’s Cemetery Church. Shelley Worsell, Margo Morris, Kamal Hassan, Brenda and Jeff Hessels and Nancy Park gave personal reflections on William. Several e-mails were read from fellow Imperial Oil employees and retired nursing home staff. Nancy and Greg are grateful to Fordwich Nursing Home staff and community for being so kind to William, Auburn UCW for their gifts, notes, visits and delicious lunch served following the service, Rev. Terry Fletcher for his insight, Bluewater Falconer Funeral Home for their compassion and professionalism and for all William’s visitors who travelled to visit him in the nursing home these past years. They always left with a story. – Nancy and Greg Park.
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BONESCHANSKER. Thank you for the great party to celebrate our milestones. Special thanks to the Legion for providing the excellent meal and all the munchies during the afternoon, also to Mary-Anne, Annette, Erica, and Sonya for the beautiful decorations, Cathy and her creative team for the invitations, Bill for his MC duties, Dorothy for co-ordinating. It was a wonderful day of visiting with everyone who came. We received so many beautiful cards. – John and Carol Boneschansker.
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LINNER. A heartfelt thank you to all of our friends and neighbours on Drummond and Coombs St. following the passing of our beloved mother and grandma, Joan Gutmanis. Your kind words, hugs, and donations for a memorial leaf are forever greatly appreciated. – Glen, Linda and Dean Linner, Adam and Katelyn Lutz.
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PLUNKETT-DYKSTRA. Words cannot express our gratitude and love for all who were there for us during this difficult time in our lives.  First we would like to thank all our family and friends for their many prayers, visits, flowers, food, cards and gifts. Thank you to the paramedics, Blyth Firefighters for their quick response to help Kenny and to the Seaforth Hospital, doctors and staff for their kindness shown to us. Also thank you to the many friends and family for preparing meals between the wakes. The slideshow the girls put together was a great tribute to Kenny, thank you. Thank you to Falconer Funeral Home, pallbearers, flower bearers, and the lady groups for serving the meal after the service. Thanks to Emily, Don and Lindsay and Floyd for the beautiful music at the service. Thank you for all the donations given towards the trust fund for Kenny and Teresa’s baby. For anyone else that we did not mention, we have not forgotten your generosity and love shown to us. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts. – The Plunkett and Dysktra families.
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RICHMOND. The family of J. Bruce Richmond would like to thank family, friends and neighbours for kindness and support, donations, flowers, cards and words of condolence during his recent passing. Thanks to Falconer Funeral Home - Blyth and Clinton - for assistance with Bruce’s final arrangements.  Thanks to Gary Clark for officiating at the graveside service and the United Church for preparing the lunch. Thanks to Blyth Union Cemetery staff for assistance and keeping the grounds so nice.  And, a special thank you to staff at Braemar Nursing Home in Wingham for your kindness and care during Bruce’s almost five years there.  He often spoke fondly of “the girls” who took the time to chat, share a joke, or went the extra mile to make his stay as comfortable as possible.  With sincere appreciation – Ula, Karen, Sherry, Darren and families.
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CHILDCARE

 

BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL care in my home provided by a loving, caring mom of two. Will provide snacks, games, crafts and outdoor playtime. Your children will be in a safe, loving environment. Please call Laurie at 226-523-1014 for more information.
--------------------------------------------

 

COMING EVENTS

 

MCCRACKEN COME AND GO Wing Night for Jim McCracken Friday, September 5 from 6 - 11 at the Belgrave Community Centre.
--------------------------------------------
BRUSSELS AGRICULTURAL Society Bake Sale at the Brussels Farmers’ Market on Friday, August 22 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Please help support our local fair.
--------------------------------------------
BLYTH FESTIVAL SINGERS want you! Registration/First practice Wednesday, Sept. 3, 7 p.m. June Hill Room. Access stairs behind Blyth theatre administration building.
--------------------------------------------
THE WINGHAM COLUMBUS Centre would like to invite you to our next Famous Fish Fry on Friday, August 22 from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. We serve battered or grilled white fish and also have chicken fingers for the non-fish lover. Take-out fish, fries and dinner roll, $9.99, eat in – fish and a buffet of salads, potatoes and breads $10.99. Homemade desserts are also available, $3.25 plus tax on all prices. Congratulations to Carol Shaw, winner of the two fish dinners from our June draw. Call 519-357-1270 for reservations. We tend to sell out so book early!
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HOPE CHAPEL CEMETERY, Hullett Township, Annual Memorial Service, Sunday, August 24 at 2 p.m. Guest speaker: Pastor Gary van Leeuwen.
--------------------------------------------

 

HELP WANTED

 

ORGANIST/KEYBOARD POSItion open at St. Ambrose Catholic Church in Brussels. Must be able to commit to our regular Saturday evening Mass and a weekly practice. Should be proficient in playing and accompanying a youth choir. Please call Miriam 519-887-6532 to set up an interview.
--------------------------------------------

 

IN MEMORIAM

 

CUNNINGHAM. In memory of a special brother, LaVerne Cunningham who passed away August 27, 2010.
Four years have gone by since he was called away,
We still miss him dearly with every passing day.
– Sadly missed by Lois and Con van  Vliet.
--------------------------------------------

 

SERVICES

 

CUSTOM BALING – OFFERING 3x4 large square bales with knives and accumulator or Rotocut JD round baled with netwrap. Ian Caldwell 519-357-7678 or 519-523-4994.
--------------------------------------------
FAXING SERVICE - We can send or receive faxes for you for only $1.00 per page. The Citizen, 413 Queen St., Blyth. Phone 519-523-4792. Fax 519-523-9140.
--------------------------------------------

 

VACATION PROPERTIES

 

Two-bedroom cottage with bunkhouse at Point Clark, includes fully-equipped kitchen, gas barbecue, fire pit, horseshoe pit and much more, close to lighthouse and beach. To find out more or to book your holiday call 519-523-4799 after 6:00 p.m.
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WANTED

 

WANTED TO BUY – SCRAP cars, trucks metal. Call Bill’s Salvage 519-887-6510.
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