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Mrs Nina Wood
 Funeral services were held at the Green Mountain United Baptist Church for Mrs Nina Wood. Mrs Wood passed away unexpectedly at her home at Green Mountain at the age of 77 years. She was a life long resident of the community, the daughter of the late John and Mary (Welch) Foster.
Surviving are three daughters, Mrs Delbert Carr (Pauline), Quebec; Mrs Gordon Graham (Annie) Fosterville; and Mrs Darrell Boone (Ila) of Woodstock. Two sons, Sedences, Fredericton; and Thomas, Saint John, N.B. A sister, Mrs Inez Lounder, Fosterville, N.B. A brother Elias Foster, Fosterville, N.B. Several grandchildren, great-grandchildren, neices and nephews.
The body rested at her home where prayers were said for the family before the church service. Interment was in the Fosterville Upper Cemetery. Rev. Melvin Fawcett officiated at teh service.
Pallbearers were grandsons, Clayton Graham, Orlo Graham, Lawrence Graham, Royden Graham, Rodney Wood and Eugene Wood.
The two children of Mr and Mrs Maurice Farrell of Fosterville had a close call on Tuesday evening when they were rescued from a burning car.
Green Mountain, Dec 5—Harvey Boone, Elias Foster, Clarence Boone and sons, Russell and Buddy, also Lawrence Veysey of Fosterville, motored to Bangor, Me., last Wednesday.
Budrow – Greer
Fosterville,  — A quiet, but pretty wedding was solemnized in the United Baptist parsonage, Woodstock, when Rev. G.C. Vincent united in marriage, Ruth Velma, daughter of Mr and Mrs Allan Greer, Green Mountain, and LeRoy Avril Davenport, son of Mr and Mrs Marshall Budrow of Upper Kent.
The couple were attended by Mr and Mrs Frank Boone, sister and brother-in-law of the bride.
The bride looked charming in a pale blue suit, slue hat and accessories, and a corsage of yellow carnations.
Mrs Boone wore a blue suit, black hat and accessories to match, and a corsage of yellow carnations.
Following the ceremony, the wedding p0arty motored to Green Mountain, to the home of the bride, where a reception and an old fasshioned charivari was held. They will reside in upper kent.
Mrs Louise Greer
Mrs Louise Greer, widow of the Late Robert Greer of Kirkland, N.B., passed away at the Carleton Memorial Hospital on Sunday morning December 4th at the age of 83. She was the daughter of the late John and Deborah Piers, the last surviving member of her family.
She leaves to mourn three sons, George, with whom she made her home, Murray of Bedell Settlement, and Gordon of Hawkshaw, N.B., and five daughters, Mrs Sterling Harris (Clara) of Jacksonville, Mrs Harold Nicholson (Ray) of Kirkland, Mrs Hedley Cole (Ethel) of Harvey, Mrs Harold Graham (Grace) of Eel River and Mrs Alex Currie (Evelyn) of Juniper; 36 grandchildren, 29 great-grandchildren, one niece and two nephews.
The funeral was held at the United Church, Kirkland, with Rev. A.D.C. Earle officiating. Hymns sung were "In the Garden" and Good Night" and Good Morning". Music was rendered by the Debec choir.
Pallbearers were four grandsons: Lorne Nicholson, Elmer Harris, Glendon Graham and William Green.
Boone – Wright
A very pretty wedding was solemnized on August 8 at 2 p.m. at Canterbury, N.B., at the Manse by Rev. White when he united in marriage Chrystal Sharon Boone, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Boone, Fosterville, N.B. and Clayton Albert Wright, son of Mrs William McLaughlin of Canterbury, N.B.
Mr Vernon English was best man and Mrs Vernon English was Matron of Honor. She wore a pink lace sheath dress and white accessories and carried a pointed bouquet of pink and white carnations.
The bride wore a floor length dress of white net with lace panels over bridal satin. The bodice was lace with long tapered sleeves and a scalloped neckline with seed pearls and sequins on it. A finger tip veil falling from a tiara of pearls and sequins and she carried a pointed bouquet of red sweetheart roses. The only jewelery worn was a pair of earrings.
They motored to Victoria Corner and had the reception at Steve's Tea Room. Then they motored to their home at Eel River Lake where an old fashioned chivarier was held. After that they motored to Moncton and other places for a honeymoon.
They received many beautiful gifts of glassware, electric appliances, silverware and money. A shower was held at their home for them.
BORN TO — Mr and Mrs Gordon Foster of Fosterville, York Co., N.B., at the Carleton Memorial Hospital on Sunday February 23, 1958, a son Leonard Gordon Foster, weight 6 pounds 11 ounces.
BORN TO — Mr and Mrs Charles Fish Jr., of Fosterville, at the Carleton Memorial Hospital on December 25, a son, Ronald Charles weight 8 pounds 7 ounces.
Harvey – Ruest
Pemberton Ridge — Mrs Phyllis Ruest, daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Fish, Green Mountain, and Albert Edward Harvey, son of Mr and Mrs Lancaster Harvey of Pemberton Ridge were united in marriage at the Baptist parsonage at Woodstock, Rev. Gordon Vincent performing the ceremony. Miss Laurene Higgs and Gerald Leeman were the attendants.
The bridal party returned to the home of the bride's parents and in the evening a large number of friends and neighbors gathered to give them a charivari.
Mr and Mrs Robert Farrell of Fosterville wish to announce the engagement of their youngest daughter Jane Linda to Thomas Edward son of Mr and Mrs Thomas DeWitt of Woodstock. The marriage is to take place May 13th, 1967.
Boone – Gould
 — The Holy Trinity Anglican Church of Canterbury, N.B., was the scene of a wedding of wide interest when Miss Charlene Marie Gould of Fosterville became the bride of Frederick Whelpley Boone, son of Mr and Mrs Frederick Boone, Sr., of Fredericton, N.B., on December 26th. The double ring ceremony was performed with a candlelight service by the rector, Rev. Guy Grant, assisted by Rev Thomas Crowther. The nuptial music was rendered by Mrs Guy Grant.
The church was decorated for the occasion with Christmas greening and poinsettia.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attended by Miss Sharon Lint of Presque Isle. Glendon Graham of Fredericton, brother-in-law of the groom, was best man. The ushers were Roscoe Buckingham, Fredericton, N.B., and Curtis Foster, Fosterville, N.B.
The bride was becoming in a street length gown of Dior blue chiffon velvet, fashioned with a V neckline at front and back; sheath styling with bracelet length sleeves. Her headband was of white feathers. White satin pumps and white gloves completed her costume. She carried a Bride's Bible adorned with a white orchid. Her jewellery was a white rhinestone necklace with matching earrings.
The maid of honor wore a chemise styled dress of pink nylon, streaked with swilver thread. her headdress was a cloche hat of matching material. She wore pink gloves and silver sandles. Her corsage was white and aqua tinted carnations entwined with pink net, flecked with silver.
The bride's mother was attired in a mistletoe green knitted wool suit, brown feather hat and brown accessories. Her corsage was yellow mums with varigated ribbons.
The groom's mother wore a royal blue dress, white feather hat and black accessories.
The bride's paternal grandmother wore a beige and blue figured nylon dress, beige hat and brown accessories.
Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church parlors. Mrs Claude Tomilson, aunt of the groom, pured. Mrs William DePow served the bride's table which wsa centered with a three-tier wedding cake, surmounted with a miniature bride and groom, white wedding bells and ribbons; flanked by silver holders containing white tapers. A low bowl of yellow and pink mums completed the table decorations.
Mrs Charles Scott, Miss Yvonne Hartin and Mrs Robert Price served the guests. A toast to the bride was proposed by Rev Crowther to which the groom very fittingly responded. The guest book was circulated by Miss Margaret Donovan.
An old fashioned charivari was held at the bride's home, Fosterville, where a large number of friends gathered to extend best wishes.
Green Mountain, Aug 15,  — The annual picnic of the W.M.S. was held at Mrs Nina Wood's on Aug 6. Games, races and contests were enjoyed after which ice cream was served to all. A picnic supper was held.