Oxford Journal Newspaper, November 26, 2014

From the Oxford Journal Newspaper, Wednesday, 26 November 2014

In The News, page 4.

Ten Years Ago
Wednesday, November 24, 2004

Died - Carman Angus RUSHTON, 75, Oxford, November 21, in the Cumberland Regional Health Care Centre, Amherst.

Twenty Years Ago
Wednesday, November 30, 1994.

Ernie ARMOUR, past president of Branch 36, Oxford Legion, received a Life membership from Zone Commander Bill KAHOUT during the Remembrance Day banquet at the Legion on November 11.

Died - Kenneth Johnson MACINNIS, 57, Oxford.

Thirty Years Ago
Wednesday, November 21, 1984.

Charles BLACK was presented with a 30-year service award by Mayor Freeman PORTEOUS during the annual Oxford Volunteer Firemen's banquet on Saturday evening.  Fireman Percy MOORE was chosen Fireman of the Year.

Eustace COLBORNE, the last active member of the original Collingwood Fire Dept., has announced his resignation.

The Oxford branch of the Bank of Nova Scotia celebrated its 95th anniversary with an open house on November 15.

Died - Kitchener ROSS, Oxford, November 14.
Died - Laurence Stephen TUTTLE, 79, Pugwash, November 19.

Forty Years Ago
Thursday, November 21, 1974.

At a special meeting of the Oxford Town Council on November 4, the decision was made to purchase the interval land on the flat at South Oxford for recreational purposes.

Wallace's new dial telephones went into service last Saturday morning.

Tenders have been called by the N.S. Housing Commission for the erection of 20 Senior Citizens Housing units in the town of Oxford.

Mrs. Edith OAKLEY, Oxford, was severely injured in a car accident on the Trans Canada Highway on November 16.

Died - Arthur Warren LANGILLE, 57, Wallace Bridge, November 5.
Died - Mrs. Floyd MATTINSON, Riverview, November 19.

Fifty Years Ago
Thursday, November 19, 1964.

Springhill-Collingwood Federation of Agriculture recently elected Avard MOORE as president and James RYAN as vice-president.

Mrs. Ottie STEWART, 56, of Oxford, was instantly killed when struck by a car as she was walking along the Little River Road.

Died - Angus MACPHERSON, 69, Wentworth, recently.
Died - Mrs. Daniel TEED, Pugwash, November 1.

Sixty Years Ago
Thursday, November 18, 1954.

Marking the culmination of over five years of strenuous effort by Legion and Auxiliary members, the mortgage on the Oxford Legion Memorial Hall was burned at the Remembrance Day banquet.  Stanley BORAN is president of the Legion Memorial Corp. and Mrs. Vernon MITCHELL is president of the Auxiliary.

Died - Mrs. Elmer KING, 70, Oxford, November 3.

Seventy Years Ago
Thursday, November 16, 1944.

The 41,000 ton German battleship "Tinpitz", last unsinkable giant in Hitler's navy, capsized and sank in Tromso Fjord when hit squarely by three ton blockbuster bombs dropped by R.A.F. LANCASTERS on November 12.  The Germans were five years building the ship at a cost of $50 million.

Died - Wilfred Arthur LESLIE, 30, Oxford, November 13.
Died - Pte. Albion SUMARA, Springhill, on active service, November 1, brother of Charles Sumara, Oxford.

NOTE:  There is nothing further on any of the above.


MOORE, Rebecca Lynn, 31, Mount Pleasant, passed away Tuesday, November 18, 2014.  Born in Amherst, daughter of Dian MacKay and Neil Moore.  Besides her parents she is survived by stepfather, Greg Henley; stepmother, Donna Conrad; sisters, Nicole Moore (Mike Trembley), Halifax; Jazzman Gabriel (Dave Spence), Waverly; Samantha Cameron (Craig), Truro; Tina Conrad, Halifax; brothers, Kevin Henley, Chatham, ON; Thomas Henley, Montreal; Dale Conrad (Joanne), Cape Breton; grandfather, Sheldon Moore, Pugwash; grandparents, Marney and Lowell Birch, Murray Harbour, PEI; David and Shirley MacKay, Fall River.  Predeceased by her grandmother Isabel Moore.  (Obit has photo)

MUNDLE, Mary Kathleen, Pugwash, passed away November 20, 2014.  Born September 10, 1920 in Pugwash Junction, daughter of the late Edward and Viola (Tuttle) MacLeod.  Surviving are sons, Richard (Patricia) Ripley, Summerside, PEI; Robert E. (Lorraine) Ripley, Halifax; daughter Sharon Menzies, Halifax; step-daughters, Isabel (Gary) Keiver, Pugwash; Faye Demings, Pugwash; step-son, Brian (Janet) Mundle, Londonderry.  Predeceased by husbands, Richard M. Ripley (1972) and John E. Mundle (1996); brother, Ainsley MacLeod; sisters, Elva, Grace, Mabel and Myleta; son-in-law, David Menzies.

NOTE:  These are not full obituaries, full obituary (Jpeg image) by request.

In MEMORIAM, page 17.

REID, Percy, October 13, 1928 - November 25, 2013.
CARTER, mother Earleen, father Leslie, and brother Eric.