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"Chili con carne gusto", by Lars Eedy, 26 July 1989 
ImageText  Lars Eedy, "Chili con carne gusto", by Lars Eedy, 26 July 1989, St. Marys Journal Argus, 26 Jul 1989  An article written by Lars Eedy for the St. Marys Journal-Argus. Lars Eedy is the son of Dorothy Eedy. Normally, Dorothy wrote the weekly column "Eat at Our House" but Lars filled in as a guest columnist for this edition. In the column Lars Eedy describes the way in which he perfected his...
"Will that be possum or raccoon?", Eat at Our House, 12 July 1989 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Will that be possum or raccoon?", Eat at Our House, 12 July 1989, St. Marys Journal Argus, 12 Jul 1989  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Mae Eedy titled "Will that be possum or raccoon?". Eedy described Baker Lake, Nunavut, where her son was conducting an environmental study alongside the residents of the area. She states that Baker Lake is the only inland Inuit settlement. The people...
"Gillins happily settled in Point Clark cottage", Eat at Our House, August 1989 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Gillins happily settled in Point Clark cottage", Eat at Our House, August 1989, St. Marys Journal Argus, Aug 1989  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Mae Eedy titled "Gillins happily settled in Point Clark cottage". In this article, Eedy describes the local Gillin family who she says were very active members of the St. Marys community. They moved to Point Clark after Ed Gillin's retirement and Eedy...
"12-year-old granddaughter enjoys visit to Stonetown", Eat at Our House, 23 August 1989 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "12-year-old granddaughter enjoys visit to Stonetown", Eat at Our House, 23 August 1989, St. Marys Journal Argus, 23 Aug 1989  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Mae Eedy titled "12-year-old granddaughter enjoys visit to Stonetown". In the article, Eedy describes St. Marys as a great place to visit in the summer due to its proximity to Lake Huron, the Stratford Festival, London and Kitchener. She also mentions...
Dorothy Eedy Biography 
Image    Dorothy Eedy was born in 1924 in Prince George, BC to parents Helga and Lars Strom. At age eighteen Dorothy married John W. Eedy who was originally from Ontario but was stationed in Prince George for training purposes during WWII. Several years later the couple moved their family to St. Marys,...
"Visit to cottage country reminds cook of childhood in British Columbia", Eat at Our House, 30 August 1989 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Visit to cottage country reminds cook of childhood in British Columbia", Eat at Our House, 30 August 1989, St. Marys Journal Argus, 30 Aug 1989  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Mae Eedy titled "Visit to cottage country reminds cook of childhood in British Columbia". In the article, Eedy talks about summer turning into fall. She also describes the cottage of her friends Bill and Jean Abray. She says that cottages in Northern...
"Recycling: every little bit counts", Eat at Our House, 13 September 1989 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Recycling: every little bit counts", Eat at Our House, 13 September 1989, St. Marys Journal Argus, 13 Sept 1989  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Mae Eedy titled "Recycling: every little bit counts". The article discusses the importance of taking action for a better environment. Eedy mentions David Suzuki's article on the topic in the Toronto Star. She also talks about the benefits of the blue...
"Summer well-spent reading shipwrecked book collection", Eat at Our House, September 1989 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Summer well-spent reading shipwrecked book collection", Eat at Our House, September 1989, St. Marys Journal Argus, Sept 1989  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Mae Eedy titled "Summer well-spent reading shipwrecked book collection". Eedy discusses her home library. She lists the classics she owns such as Dickens, R.L. Stevenson, Agatha Christie and Sir Walter Scott. She explains that these books were given to...
"Trip to SkyDome turns the tide for former baseball hater", Eat at Our House, 27 September 1989 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Trip to SkyDome turns the tide for former baseball hater", Eat at Our House, 27 September 1989, St. Marys Journal Argus, 27 Sept 1989  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Mae Eedy titled "Trip to SkyDome turns the tide for former baseball hater". Eedy writes how she used to hate baseball in elementary school but became a fan after she went to a Blue Jays vs. Red Sox game at the SkyDome in adulthood. She also describes...
"Simple family meals can include ethnic flavour", Eat at Our House, 11 October 1989 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Simple family meals can include ethnic flavour", Eat at Our House, 11 October 1989, St. Marys Journal Argus, 11 Oct 1989  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Mae Eedy titled "Simple family meals can include ethnic flavour". In the article, Eedy explains how to add international flavours into homemade meals. She took inspiration from French, Greek and Italian food. Recipes included in the article:...
"Even the gents can enjoy a visit to a tearoom", Eat at Our House, 18 October 1989 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Even the gents can enjoy a visit to a tearoom", Eat at Our House, 18 October 1989, St. Marys Journal Argus, 18 Oct 1989  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Mae Eedy titled "Even the gents can enjoy a visit to a tearoom". In this article, Eedy describes her road trip with her husband and a visitor from out West. She and her husband toured their guest through the campus of the University of Western Ontario...
"It's never too late to pick up driving tips", Eat at Our House, 25 October 1989 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "It's never too late to pick up driving tips", Eat at Our House, 25 October 1989, St. Marys Journal Argus, 25 Oct 1989  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Mae Eedy titled "It's never too late to pick up driving tips". Eedy describes getting lost on the way to Burlington and tells various stories related to driving experience. She also makes reference to a column in the Daily Star about a senior man who...
"A bird's-eye view down at the Bottom Line", Eat at Our House, 1 November 1989 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "A bird's-eye view down at the Bottom Line", Eat at Our House, 1 November 1989, St. Marys Journal Argus, 1 Nov 1989  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Mae Eedy titled "A bird's-eye view down at the Bottom Line". This article is about the various birds that visit Eedy's backyard. Eedy mentions the hummingbirds leaving for winter and a book called "Birds; Their Life, Their Way, Their World" which gives...
"Bottom Line lady finds college pranks unamusing", Eat at Our House, 8 November 1989 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Bottom Line lady finds college pranks unamusing", Eat at Our House, 8 November 1989, St. Marys Journal Argus, 8 Nov 1989  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Bottom Line lady finds college pranks unamusing". Eeedy writes about the orphaned raccoons in Ontario which are often captured, rehabilitated and then released only to make their way back into cities where they breed and the cycle...
"Small town atmosphere worth treasuring", Eat at Our House, November 1989 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Small town atmosphere worth treasuring", Eat at Our House, November 1989, St. Marys Journal Argus, Nov 1989  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Mae Eedy titled "Small town atmosphere worth treasuring". In the article, Eedy talks about the growing population of St. Marys (just under 6000 at the time of the article). She describes the benefits of a small town and the positive atmosphere that...
"Norwegian exchange student now married with daughter", Eat at Our House, 22 November 1989 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Norwegian exchange student now married with daughter", Eat at Our House, 22 November 1989, St. Marys Journal Argus, 22 Nov 1989  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Mae Eedy titled "Norwegian exchange student now married with daughter". Eedy gives an update on the life of a former exchange student from Norway named Thrine Bjerkness. She also discusses the difference in maternity and paternity leave in Scandinavian...
"It's the return of the wild turkeys!", Eat at Our House, 29 November 1989 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "It's the return of the wild turkeys!", Eat at Our House, 29 November 1989, St. Marys Journal Argus, 29 Nov 1989  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Mae Eedy titled "It's the return of the wild turkeys!". This article is about the return of wild turkeys to Ontario. Eedy explains that two species of turkey were brought into Ontario from the U.S. In Trent Valley, 90 turkeys were relocated by the...
"Travelling through JR Ewing's neck of the woods", Eat at Our House, 6 December 1989 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Travelling through JR Ewing's neck of the woods", Eat at Our House, 6 December 1989, St. Marys Journal Argus, 6 Dec 1989  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Mae Eedy titled "Travelling through JR Ewing's neck of the woods". The article gives details about Eedy's road trip with her husband through Texas, in an area north of Dallas. She describes the fields filled with cotton bales and cattle. She also...
"The rat who moved into the townhouse", Eat at Our House, 13 December 1989 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "The rat who moved into the townhouse", Eat at Our House, 13 December 1989, St. Marys Journal Argus, 13 Dec 1989  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "The rat who moved into the townhouse". The story featured in the article was written by Eedy for her granddaughter Lauren. In the story, Eedy explains that she had a packrat living in her townhouse in Arizona. She also describes how she...
157 Queen St. W., 1980s 
Image    This photo was taken in the early to mid-1980s; it features the home located at 157 Queen Street West. This house was built in 1857 for local Doctor A.E. Ford. The house was designed by architect Graeme Tompkins, who conducted one of the first surveys of St. Marys in 1858, the results of which...

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