[Mar 8, 1952] — Mr and Mrs Claude Tomilson accompanied by their guests, Miss Edith Tomilson and Miss Irene McKay of Fredericton were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Harold Brewer in Caribou. Miss Tomilson and Miss McKay returned to Fredericton Tuesday.
Mr and Mrs Arlington Boone and son, Arthur, of North Lake were guests Saturday of Mr and Mrs Claude Tomilson
[Mar 15, 1952] — Mr and Mrs Fred Boone of North Lake were guests Thursday of his sister, Mrs Claude Tomilson and Mr Tomilson. Saturday guests at the Tomilson home were Mrs Tomilson's sister, Mrs Clyde Veysey and Mr Veysey of Fosterville, N.B.
[Mar 23, 1952] — Ralph Tomilson was honor guest at a party at his home on Watson Avenue, the occasion being his 10th birthday. Invited guests were Stephen Rich, Irvin MacDonald, Byron Cowan, Gary Benn, Tommy McLaughlin, Johnny McElwee and Jack Coffin. The guests presented gifts and a movie party was enjoyed. Supper was prepared by Ralph's mother, Mrs Claude Tomilson, and served following the movie party.
[Apr 27, 1952] — Mrs Charles Tomilson of Stanley, N.B., returned Thursday to her home after spending a few days with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Angus Tomilson. She was accompanied by her niece, Mrs Henry Verrill, who has been the guest of her brother, Claude Tomilson, Watson Avenue.
[May 17, 1952] — Mr and Mrs Claude Tomilson were in Fredericton Saturday where they attended the wedding of his sister, Miss Edith Tomilson, to Francis Dohoney of Toronto, formerly of Plaster Rock, N.B.
[Oct 17, 1952] — Mr and Mrs Stanley Tomilson and Miss Beatrice Veysey of Halifax were weekend visitors of Mr and Mrs Claude Tomilson. Mr and Mrs Harry Lounder of Vanceboro were Saturday guests also at the Tomilson home on Watson Avenue.
[Nov 1, 1952] — Mr and Mrs Lewis Farrell and two children of Jacksonville, N.B., and Mr and Mrs Alton Wood and family of North Lake were supper guests of Mr and Mrs Claude Tomilson Sunday evening and visited Mr and Mrs Wood's son, Lloyd Wood, a patient at the Aroostook Hospital.
[Nov 5, 1952] — Lloyd Wood, son of Mr and Mrs Alton Wood of North Lake, N.B., who has been a patient at the Aroostook General Hospital the past three weeks, following an accident, returned Wednesday to his home. He is a nephew of Mrs Claude Tomilson, Watson Avenue.
[Aug 4, 1953] — Claude Tomilson returned Tuesday from Braintree, Mass., where he had been a patient for three weeks at the North County Hospital following surgery. His condition is much improved but he will be confined to his home for a few weeks. He was accompanied by Mrs Tomilson and their son Ralph, who have been guests of Mr and Mrs Ralph Cosman in Somerville, Mass., during his illness.
Friends of Claude Tomilson will be pleased to learn that he is now convalescing at his home here after major surger at a Boston hospital.
Mr and Mrs William Tomilson and sons, Ronnie and Ralph, of Stanley, N.B., and Mr and Mrs Leigh Tomilson and daughters, Carolyn Ann and Linda, of Woodstock, were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Claude Tomilson, Watson Avenue.
[Jan 24, 1954] — Mr and Mrs Claude Tomilson were in Caribou Friday and were dinner guests of Mr Tomilson's sister and brother-in-law, Mr and Mrs Harold Brewer.
[Feb 26, 1954] — Mrs Herbert Scott and her infant daughter, Jerri Lynn, returned Friday from the Aroostook General Hospital to their home on High Street. Mrs Scott's mother, Mrs Alfred Veysey, of Fosterville, arrived Saturday to spend a week with her daughter and son-in-law.
[Mar 4, 1954] — Claude Tomilson, who has been convalescing several months following surgery, returned Monday to his duties at Allied Sales, North Street.
[Oct 24, 1954] — Mr and Mrs Claude Tomilson were dinner guests Sunday of her sister and brother-in-law, Mr and Mrs Alton Wood at North Lake, and that afternoon attended the 25th wedding anniversary "open house" party honoring Mr and Mrs James Crawford, Foxcroft Road.
Oct 25, 1954] — Cpl. and Mrs Richard Dickison of Barrie, Ont., accompanied by Miss Marie Wood of North Lake and E.J. Bender of South Williamsport, Penn., were guests Monday of Mr and Mrs Claude Tomilson, Watson Avenue.
Houlton, Sept 21, 1951 — William H. Farrell, 88, died in a local hospital today following a long illness. He was b orn in Canterbury, N.B., son of David and Sarah Dow Farrell.
[Aug 3, 1950] — On August 3rd relatives of the late William and Nora Boone met at the cottage of Mr and Mrs Claude Tomilson, Grand Lake, for a family reunion. All seven children were present, it being the first time they had all met together for nine years. There were Arlington, Mrs Alton Wood (Edith), and Fred Boone, all of North Lake; Mrs Alfred Veysey (Hattie), Mrs Clyde Veysey (Helen), Fosterville; Mrs Claude Tomilson (Margaret), Houlton, Me.; Basil Boone, Forest City and other near relatives making the gathering about 60 in number. The day was spent in games, boating, singing and chatting. A picnic dinner and supper were enjoyed.
May 29, 1952 — Funeral services for Mrs Eva Lillian McFawn, 55, of New Limerick, were held June 1 at the New Limerick Baptist church with Rev. John Ruth officiating.