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"Shoulder pads made her look as wide as she is tall", Eat at Our House, 18 March 1992 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Shoulder pads made her look as wide as she is tall", Eat at Our House, 18 March 1992, St. Marys Journal Argus, 18 Mar 1992  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Shoulder pads made her look as wide as she was tall". Eedy provides a humorous take on the wide shoulder fashion trend of the early 90s. Recipes included in the article: "Jack O' Lantern Tea Cakes" and "Wheat & Oat Banana Muffins"....
"Paradise can be found", Eat at Our House, 11 May 1988 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Paradise can be found", Eat at Our House, 11 May 1988, St. Marys Journal Argus, 11 May 1988  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Paradise can be found". This article is about Dorothy Eedy's trip to the Havasupai Indian Reservation and her visit to the village of Supai located in the Reservation. She describes her hike to the village and the Havasupai people who live...
"Think convenience for everyday meals", Eat at Our House, 25 March 1992 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Think convenience for everyday meals", Eat at Our House, 25 March 1992, St. Marys Journal Argus, 25 Mar 1992  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Think convenience for everyday meals". Eedy provides tips for her readers on how to make meal preparation more convenient. These tips include using canned vegetable in recipes and occasionally using the microwave instead of the oven when...
"Canada is a 'non-country' as far as United States is concerned", Eat at Our House, 6 May 1992 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Canada is a 'non-country' as far as United States is concerned", Eat at Our House, 6 May 1992, St. Marys Journal Argus, 6 May 1992  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Canada is a 'non-country' as far as United States is concerned". In this article Eedy discusses the lack of media coverage of Canadian news in the United States. She mentions the upcoming Earth Summit in Brazil and Canada's involvement....
216 Thomas Street 
Image  1973  This house was built and lived in by local contractor Robert Barbour, built between the years of 1865 and 1866. This cottage was constructed of quarry stone, and features a distinctive central dormer with double windows. The front door remains set in its original wooden surround. A vertical course...
204 Thomas St., 1980s 
Image    This house located at 204 Thomas Street, was built c. 1875 for Scottish carpenter Alexander Falconer (alternatively spelled Faulkner). Falconer lived in the house with his mother Margaret and several of his brothers. Members of the Falconer family lived in the home until 1937. The house is still...
216 Thomas St., 1980s 
Image    This Ontario Cottage style house was a common design throughout the 19th century. It was built between 1865 and 1866 by local architect Robert Barbour. Barbour was known for his work in St. Marys including the Tracy House (the St. Marys Museum), the downtown block South of the Opera House which...
"Down-and-out inventor's blender celebrates 50 years of success", Eat at Our House, 13 May 1992 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Down-and-out inventor's blender celebrates 50 years of success", Eat at Our House, 13 May 1992, St. Marys Journal Argus, 13 May 1992  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Down-and-out inventor's blender celebrates 50 years of success". Eedy writes about the history of the Waring Blendor Company and its founder Fred Osius. Recipes included in the article: "Saucy Broccoli Pasta with Almond Chicken" and...
"Visitors come from all over the world to see most beautiful of Mexican birds", Eat at Our House, 20 May 1992 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Visitors come from all over the world to see most beautiful of Mexican birds", Eat at Our House, 20 May 1992, St. Marys Journal Argus, 20 May 1992  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Visitors come from all over world to see most beautiful of Mexican birds". Eedy writes about spring in Arizona. She discusses the Elegant Trogon, a bird from Mexico that migrated to Madera Canyon in Arizona; it was a big draw for bird...
"Couple arrive home to find driveway washed out", Eat at Our House, 27 May 1992 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Couple arrive home to find driveway washed out", Eat at Our House, 27 May 1992, St. Marys Journal Argus, 27 May 1992  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Couple arrive home to find driveway washed out". In this article, Eedy lists all of the errands that typically must be completed during springtime. She writes about returning home from Arizona to find her driveway washed out at her home in...
231 Thomas St., 1980s 
Image    This clapboard one-storey home was built in 1884 by George Whiles. Whiles purchased the property in 1879 and he and his son Luke William Whiles, a carpenter by trade, constructed the house together. After its completion Luke W. Whiles lived in the home with his wife Ann Harrison. In 1924, Whiles...
"Vengeful raccoons defeat mothball theory", Eat at Our House, 3 June 1992 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Vengeful raccoons defeat mothball theory", Eat at Our House, 3 June 1992, St. Marys Journal Argus, 3 June 1992  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Vengeful raccoons defeat mothball theory". Eedy writes about attempting to discourage raccoons from using her deck by placing mothballs around it, which to her dismay was unsuccessful. She also offers recipes for summer picnics. ...
"Postage stamp personalities and border crossing levies may save ailing economy", Eat at Our House, 10 June 1992 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Postage stamp personalities and border crossing levies may save ailing economy", Eat at Our House, 10 June 1992, St. Marys Journal Argus, 10 June 1992  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Postage stamp personalities and border crossing levies may save ailing economy". In this article, Eedy discusses talking politics with her friend and a stranger while on a trip to British Columbia. She writes about the new postage stamp...
"A Week of Mixed Feelings", Eat at Our House, 17 June 1992 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "A Week of Mixed Feelings", Eat at Our House, 17 June 1992, St. Marys Journal Argus, 17 June 1992  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "A Week of Mixed Feelings". Eedy writes about various events that occurred this week involving her and her family. These events include returning her granddaughter home to Perth, Ontario, having to put her dog Kasey to rest, saying goodbye...
"Seven year old's standards a hard task for aging grandparents", Eat at Our House, 30 June 1992 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "Seven year old's standards a hard task for aging grandparents", Eat at Our House, 30 June 1992, St. Marys Journal Argus, 30 June 1992  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "Seven year old's standards a hard task for aging grandparents". This article is about Eedy's childhood memories which she told to her granddaughter Lauren. Eedy writes about she and her siblings and their visit to their cousins' home in...
147 Tracy St., 1980s 
Image    This house was built c. 1882 for Jane Caspell. Caspell was a widow who had the home constructed for she and her three children Ella Maud, Annie Jane and Bert. Previously a frame structure had been on the property. Caspell ran a boarding house to support her family. She lived there until 1903 when...
"This cookbook combines healthy eating and good taste", Eat at Our House, 15 March 1989 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "This cookbook combines healthy eating and good taste", Eat at Our House, 15 March 1989, St. Marys Journal Argus, 15 Mar 1989  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "This cookbook combines healthy eating and good taste". This week, Eedy writes about the cookbook called "Chef on the Run" written by Diane Clement and Clement's new title "Chef and Doctor on the Run" written by she and her husband Dr. Doug...
"A New Yorker's idea of what North America looks like", Eat at Our House, 1992 
ImageText  Dorothy Eedy, "A New Yorker's idea of what North America looks like", Eat at Our House, 1992, St. Marys Journal Argus, 1992  An article written by local columnist Dorothy Eedy titled "A New Yorker's idea of what North America looks like". Eedy writes about a friend from New York who showed her a novelty map of North America laid out according to how New Yorkers view it. Recipes included in the article: "Green Beans...
285 Emily St., 1980s 
Image    This stone house, built c. 1861, is still standing to this day. This photo provides a view of the home as it appeared in the early 1980s. The house was built for Andrew Forrester and his family, a local farmer and carpenter. By 1863 Forrester established a flax mill on the east side of the Thames...
169 Ingersoll St., 1980s 
Image    This photograph was taken in the early 1980s and shows the house located at 169 Ingersoll Street. The house was built in the mid-1870s for Patrick Whelihan, who ran a farm on the surrounding land. Whelihan also worked as a merchant for several years. In 1871 he was given the position of registrar...

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