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Author Name:    SPARKES, Paul Newfoundland Quarterly 66:2 HEATH, Hilda STACEY, Jean

Title:   Newfoundland Quarterly

Publisher:    1968, 

Seller ID:   6632

SPARKES, Paul. "A Modern Day Look at Ferryland". Article in The [New] Newfoundland Quarterly, Vol.66, No.2, Winter 1968. Pp 4-5. Triple column. Also A.B. Perlin's "The Speech from the Throne"; Rev. E. Hunt's "An Old Church" [St.John the Baptist, Trinity, T.B.]; Ted Russell's "Paddy Muldoon" [in The Chronicles of Uncle Mose series]; Jessie B. Mifflen's "Sweetmeats of Yesterday"; Faith Mercer's "Sunday School Picnic" ["I remember my brother returning home from the northern metropolis of Twillingate, after a tonsil operation in the Notre Dame Bay Memorial Hospital there (tonsillectomies were popular and plentiful in those days) and telling us of the wonders he had seen and heard. In particular he awed us with his account of radio. "Know what?" said he. "I heard the dogs barking down in Mexico!".] ; Hilda Heath's "The William under Walkham's Bridge" [Bonavista]; Elvie M. Follett's "Goodbye Mr. Chipp" [Willam George Chipp of La Scie]; Jean Stacey's short story "The Slippers". In the Aspects section : George Baker's "The Mace of the Newfoundland House of Assembly"; F. Eugene Gattinger's poem "Quattrocentennial"; and "Tales of the Labrador Indians" with notes and comment by Harold Horwood, illustrations by John Maunder, a.o.c.a. Vg. 6.00

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