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Wednesday, 24 September 2014 13:45
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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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
Used airtight woodstove, 40,000 BTUs, glass door with brass trim, blower included. Phone 519-887-6687.
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FALL 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
COOK. Words cannot express our gratitude to our friends, neighbours and family for their phone calls, visits  and expressions of sympathy following the passing  of our mother,  Lorraine Cook. Thanks to Dr. Bonnie Marshall and the staff at Wingham and District Hospital and the staff of Braemar Nursing Home for the care provided to Mom. Special thanks to the McBurney Funeral Home for your support and guidance. Thanks to Rev. Jeff Hawkins for conducting the service and a big thumbs up to Matt and Sierra Train for your rendition of Amazing Grace. Thank you to the Belgrave U.C.W. and Women’s Institute for the luncheon after the funeral. Thanks as well to those who did chores and grass cutting and to  all the ladies providing and helping with the meal between visitations. Everything was greatly appreciated. – Deb Hopper and Jim Woodley, Randy and Judy McLean, Greg and Judy Cook,  Eric and Tracy Cook.
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THE MAJESTIC W.I. would like to thank everyone who supported our annual lottery. The winner of the quilt was Vincent Bauer, the table runner, Jo-Ann McDonald and the doilies, Dale Sauve.
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THOMAS. The family of the late Charles Thomas would like to thank everyone who helped, sent flowers, donations and condolences at the time of his passing. A very special thank you to Ross and Fran McCall and their family for providing the wonderful meals for the family. Also, thank you to Frank and Jennie Schimanski for their guidance, Sandra Cable for the touching service and the UCW for providing lunch after the service. It is very heart-warming to know how much friends and neighbours helped to pull us through a time like this. – Marguerite, Bob and Debbie, Dave and Maureen, Dianne and Roy, Vicki and Marc, Michael and Marilyn and families.
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WALSH. Our thanks to the MVCA who sponsored the tree planting ceremony in Jim’s memory on September 14. It was also special to us as it was his birthday. He would have been 93. It was also nice having Rev. Gary Clark, our minister, there. Thanks again. – Elsie and family.
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COMING EVENTS
HARVEST SUPPER, SUNDAY, October 26 at Ethel Community Centre. Two sittings: 4 and 6 p.m. Adults - $13, kids (7-13) - $6. Advanced tickets only. Contact Sue Brubacher 519-887-9642 or Brenda Boyer 519-887-6153. Proceeds to the Ethel Community Centre.
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ALICE MUNRO WRITERS AND Readers Festival celebrating our Nobel Prize-Winning Laureate, Alice Munro: September 26-28 – there’s still time to register for creative writing workshops this Saturday: Self Editing 2 with Melanie Chambers, Beyond Google, Research For Writers with Jodi Jerome and Beyond Print: Getting Creative with Social Media with Brian Francis. Information: www.alicemunrofestival.ca or 519-523-4328.
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THE 66TH BELGRAVE TURKEY Supper will be held on Wednesday, October 8 at 7 p.m. SHARP at the Belgrave Community Centre (doors open at 6:30 p.m.). Ticket prices are adults $15 and children 12 and under $7. Advanced tickets only can be purchased at Stainton’s Hardware, Township of North Huron Office, Wingham, Belgrave Co-op and the Belgrave Variety.
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BLYTH LEGION AND LADIES Auxiliary are hosting a Thanksgiving Bingo, Tuesday, Sept. 30. Doors open 6 p.m. Bingo at 7 p.m.
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CIDERFEST 2014, VAN EGMOND House, Egmondville, Sunday, September 28, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Apple cider, fritters, vendors, music. Admission by donation.
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Meet and Greet – Grey Ward residents are invited to meet your candidate for Huron East Council, Dennis Mueller. Bring the family for hot dogs, ice cream and kids' activities, Sunday, October 5, 1 to 4 pm. at Dave Smith’s Pond (83988 McNabb Line). Vote Mueller for Responsible Leadership.
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LASER HAIR REMOVAL. NEXT sessions Oct. 7 and Nov. 18. Please call Bonnie Sallows for free consultation, 519-887-6661.
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THE WINGHAM COLUMBUS Centre would like to invite you to our next famous fish fry on Friday, September 26. We serve battered or grilled white fish and also have chicken fingers for the non-fish lover. $9.99 takeout – fish, fries and dinner roll; $10.99  eat in – fish and a buffet of salads, potatoes and breads. Homemade desserts also available - $3.25 plus tax on all prices. Congratulations to Earl Fitch, winner of the two fish dinners from our August draw. Call 519-357-1270 for reservations. We tend to sell out, so book early!
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ENJOY AN EVENING OF FAMILY entertainment at the Auburn Community Centre on Saturday, September 27, 7:30 p.m. Clifford Coultes is marking the fifty-fifth anniversary of his entering the teaching profession. Short variety program and lunch. No admission charge. Everyone welcome. A similar event will be held in the Chesley Legion, Saturday, October 18.
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FIREARMS AND HUNTING Training. PAL Restricted and Hunter Ed. Ongoing courses. For more information or to register call Greg at 519-887-9622 or 519-291-2002.
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FARMLAND
FARMLAND WANTED TO RENT or share crop, good stewardship, competitive rates. Call Peter Heinrich 519-523-4461.
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HELP WANTED
LOOKING FOR RESPONSIBLE person to join my construction team. Experience an asset. Contact Grant at 519-525-3113.
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PERSONALS
ARE YOU PREGNANT AND unsure about your future? Contact Ramoth House. We can help you discover your parenting potential. You can get more information about our services on our website www.ramoth.ca by phone 519-323-3751 or email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
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SERVICES
BAUER LAWN SERVICE. FALL is here! Book now for lawn cleanup. Call 226-889-3895.
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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.
--------------------------------------------
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

 

Used airtight woodstove, 40,000 BTUs, glass door with brass trim, blower included. Phone 519-887-6687.
--------------------------------------------
FALL 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

 

COOK. Words cannot express our gratitude to our friends, neighbours and family for their phone calls, visits  and expressions of sympathy following the passing  of our mother,  Lorraine Cook. Thanks to Dr. Bonnie Marshall and the staff at Wingham and District Hospital and the staff of Braemar Nursing Home for the care provided to Mom. Special thanks to the McBurney Funeral Home for your support and guidance. Thanks to Rev. Jeff Hawkins for conducting the service and a big thumbs up to Matt and Sierra Train for your rendition of Amazing Grace. Thank you to the Belgrave U.C.W. and Women’s Institute for the luncheon after the funeral. Thanks as well to those who did chores and grass cutting and to  all the ladies providing and helping with the meal between visitations. Everything was greatly appreciated. – Deb Hopper and Jim Woodley, Randy and Judy McLean, Greg and Judy Cook,  Eric and Tracy Cook.
--------------------------------------------
THE MAJESTIC W.I. would like to thank everyone who supported our annual lottery. The winner of the quilt was Vincent Bauer, the table runner, Jo-Ann McDonald and the doilies, Dale Sauve.
--------------------------------------------
THOMAS. The family of the late Charles Thomas would like to thank everyone who helped, sent flowers, donations and condolences at the time of his passing. A very special thank you to Ross and Fran McCall and their family for providing the wonderful meals for the family. Also, thank you to Frank and Jennie Schimanski for their guidance, Sandra Cable for the touching service and the UCW for providing lunch after the service. It is very heart-warming to know how much friends and neighbours helped to pull us through a time like this. – Marguerite, Bob and Debbie, Dave and Maureen, Dianne and Roy, Vicki and Marc, Michael and Marilyn and families.
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WALSH. Our thanks to the MVCA who sponsored the tree planting ceremony in Jim’s memory on September 14. It was also special to us as it was his birthday. He would have been 93. It was also nice having Rev. Gary Clark, our minister, there. Thanks again. – Elsie and family.
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COMING EVENTS

 

HARVEST SUPPER, SUNDAY, October 26 at Ethel Community Centre. Two sittings: 4 and 6 p.m. Adults - $13, kids (7-13) - $6. Advanced tickets only. Contact Sue Brubacher 519-887-9642 or Brenda Boyer 519-887-6153. Proceeds to the Ethel Community Centre.
--------------------------------------------
ALICE MUNRO WRITERS AND Readers Festival celebrating our Nobel Prize-Winning Laureate, Alice Munro: September 26-28 – there’s still time to register for creative writing workshops this Saturday: Self Editing 2 with Melanie Chambers, Beyond Google, Research For Writers with Jodi Jerome and Beyond Print: Getting Creative with Social Media with Brian Francis. Information: www.alicemunrofestival.ca or 519-523-4328.
--------------------------------------------
THE 66TH BELGRAVE TURKEY Supper will be held on Wednesday, October 8 at 7 p.m. SHARP at the Belgrave Community Centre (doors open at 6:30 p.m.). Ticket prices are adults $15 and children 12 and under $7. Advanced tickets only can be purchased at Stainton’s Hardware, Township of North Huron Office, Wingham, Belgrave Co-op and the Belgrave Variety.
--------------------------------------------
BLYTH LEGION AND LADIES Auxiliary are hosting a Thanksgiving Bingo, Tuesday, Sept. 30. Doors open 6 p.m. Bingo at 7 p.m.
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CIDERFEST 2014, VAN EGMOND House, Egmondville, Sunday, September 28, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Apple cider, fritters, vendors, music. Admission by donation.
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Meet and Greet – Grey Ward residents are invited to meet your candidate for Huron East Council, Dennis Mueller. Bring the family for hot dogs, ice cream and kids' activities, Sunday, October 5, 1 to 4 pm. at Dave Smith’s Pond (83988 McNabb Line). Vote Mueller for Responsible Leadership.
--------------------------------------------
LASER HAIR REMOVAL. NEXT sessions Oct. 7 and Nov. 18. Please call Bonnie Sallows for free consultation, 519-887-6661.
--------------------------------------------
THE WINGHAM COLUMBUS Centre would like to invite you to our next famous fish fry on Friday, September 26. We serve battered or grilled white fish and also have chicken fingers for the non-fish lover. $9.99 takeout – fish, fries and dinner roll; $10.99  eat in – fish and a buffet of salads, potatoes and breads. Homemade desserts also available - $3.25 plus tax on all prices. Congratulations to Earl Fitch, winner of the two fish dinners from our August draw. Call 519-357-1270 for reservations. We tend to sell out, so book early!
--------------------------------------------
ENJOY AN EVENING OF FAMILY entertainment at the Auburn Community Centre on Saturday, September 27, 7:30 p.m. Clifford Coultes is marking the fifty-fifth anniversary of his entering the teaching profession. Short variety program and lunch. No admission charge. Everyone welcome. A similar event will be held in the Chesley Legion, Saturday, October 18.
--------------------------------------------
FIREARMS AND HUNTING Training. PAL Restricted and Hunter Ed. Ongoing courses. For more information or to register call Greg at 519-887-9622 or 519-291-2002.
--------------------------------------------

 

FARMLAND

 

FARMLAND WANTED TO RENT or share crop, good stewardship, competitive rates. Call Peter Heinrich 519-523-4461.
--------------------------------------------

 

HELP WANTED

 

LOOKING FOR RESPONSIBLE person to join my construction team. Experience an asset. Contact Grant at 519-525-3113.
--------------------------------------------

 

PERSONALS

 

ARE YOU PREGNANT AND unsure about your future? Contact Ramoth House. We can help you discover your parenting potential. You can get more information about our services on our website www.ramoth.ca by phone 519-323-3751 or email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
--------------------------------------------

 

SERVICES

 

BAUER LAWN SERVICE. FALL is here! Book now for lawn cleanup. Call 226-889-3895.
--------------------------------------------
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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