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144 Queen St. W., 1980s 
Image    This picture shows the house located at 144 Queen Street West as it looked in the early to mid 1980s. This house is still standing today and is an historically designated structure. The house was built c. 1865 for early settler James McKay. It was constructed with limestone and contains many...
150 Queen St. W., 1980s 
Image    This house, still standing today, provides an example of Gothic Revival style elements commonly used in mid to late-19th century construction. The house has a tall, narrow central dormer with bargeboard ornamentation reminiscent of the window tracery seen in church windows. A long pointed finial...
156 Queen St. W., 1980s 
Image    This image shows the house at 156 Queen Street West in the mid-1980s. The house was built c. 1880 and is still standing today. Numerous St. Marys residents have lived in the home since it was built including Daniel S. Rupert, a local dentist and politician, and the Harris family among many...
Queen Street at Water Street 
Image  1890  This is a view of the north side of Queen Street at the corner of Water Street. Chalmers Hardware store is seen on the corner with a number of people standing outside. James Chalmer, the original owner, sold the store to J.M Adam in 1909 and he moved the hardware store to his grocery store in...
164 Queen St. W., 1980s 
Image    This house, built c. 1875, is still standing to this day. This photo give a view of the house as it appeared in the 1980s. The house remains largely the same on the exterior. The house sports an elegant bay window and covered porch over the front door. The balcony above is supported by square...
165 Queen St. W., 1980s 
Image    This house was built c. 1881 for James Thompson, a local grain merchant. Thompson started his life as a farmer, eventually working in the grain export market. St. Marys was a draw for grain merchants who could ship their purchased grain over rail to cities such as Toronto and Montreal. He bought...
Eat At Our House - Dorothy Eedy 
GroupsImageText    This collection includes a number of articles from Dorothy Mae Eedy's column "Eat At Our House". Dates range from 1989 - 2009.
"People from our past", Eat at Our House, 14 June 1989 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "People from our past", Eat at Our House, 14 June 1989, St. Marys Journal Argus, 14 Jun 1989  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Mae Eedy titled "People from our past". The article comments on the strange occurrence of running into people from the past in places you would least expect. Eedy also describes a book written by Rev. Runnalls, a Prince George, BC resident. The book...
"Do opossums eat raccoons?", Eat at Our House, 28 June 1989 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Do opossums eat raccoons?", Eat at Our House, 28 June 1989, St. Marys Journal Argus, 28 Jun 1989  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Mae Eedy titled "Do opossums eat raccoons?". The article describes Eedy's experience watching raccoons and opossums in her backyard. She states that there is an increasing number of opossums in the area and poses the question: "do opossums eat...
"Advice on solving government problems", Eat at Our House, 5 July 1989 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Advice on solving government problems", Eat at Our House, 5 July 1989, St. Marys Journal Argus, 5 Jul 1989  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Mae Eedy titled "Advice on solving government problems". This article provides a humorous take on solving various government problems including payment of the national debt. Eedy discusses the rising cost of postage and the importance of letters; she...
"This cake is for special occasions only", Eat at Our House, 21 June 1989 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "This cake is for special occasions only", Eat at Our House, 21 June 1989, St. Marys Journal Argus, 21 Jun 1989  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Mae Eedy titled "This cake is for special occasions only". In the article, Eedy details how the "most wanted criminal in Canada" Fred Merrill had bumped Canadian Olympic sprinter Ben Johnson off the front page of national newspapers. She writes about...
"Summer snacks to keep kids happy", Eat at Our House, 16 August 1989 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Summer snacks to keep kids happy", Eat at Our House, 16 August 1989, St. Marys Journal Argus, 16 Aug 1989  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Mae Eedy titled "Summer snacks to keep kids happy". This article provides ideas for healthy summertime snacks and drinks for children who are on break from school. These snacks include fruit punch, cookies and popsicles. Recipes included in this...
"Post office offers magazine service", Eat at Our House, 19 July 1989 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Post office offers magazine service", Eat at Our House, 19 July 1989, St. Marys Journal Argus, 19 Jul 1989  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Mae Eedy titled "Post office offers magazine service". The article is about the various magazines available in Canada (e.g. Chatelaine, Maclean's, Canadian Geographic) and the magazine service that was available at the St. Marys Post Office at the...
"Ours is one of the most beautiful capital cities", Eat at Our House, 2 August 1989 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Ours is one of the most beautiful capital cities", Eat at Our House, 2 August 1989, St. Marys Journal Argus, 2 Aug 1989  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Mae Eedy titled "Ours in one of the most beautiful capital cities". In the article, Eedy gives tourism information on Ottawa. She lists and describes the major sites to visit such as the Parliament Buildings, Chateau Laurier, the Rideau Canal and the...
"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...

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