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An Era Is Ending For OPP But No One Knows When

This photograph shows OPP Constable Dave Boyes standing outside of his cruiser. The photograph accompanies an article which discusses how the Acton OPP will be replaced by the Halton Regional Public Force.

Happy Birthday Vicky!

This photographs shows Vicky Pollack, on the pony, celebrating her birthday. She often uses her pony Frisky when she delivers the Guelph Mercury.

Centre To Be Recommended To Gov't

This photograph shows Sibyl Gordon, supervisor of addiction services at the Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Health Unit; David Coleman, program director for Ontario Addiction Research Foundation; and Ann Gordon, Chairman of the steering committee for the Community Workers Association and Guelph Housing Authority Community relations worker discussing plans for a new detoxication centre for the Guelph region.

Senior Citizens Must Wait

This photograph shows Martha Bosomworth sitting in a chair. The photograph accompanies an article discussing the issues facing senior citizens and getting into nursing homes.

Surprise For The Boss

This photograph shows Agnes From and Betty Rudd holding up a sign they made for their employer Dr. D.G. Fraser, as s surprise to celebrate his birthday.

Mystery Of The Late Post Cards Has No Apparent Explanation

This photograph shows Mabel Stewart holding two post cards that she received on January 10th and 22nd, 1975. The post cards were mailed in 1933 and 1942 from Venice, California and Los Angeles, California, but were only recently received.

"Cover-Up" Creates Dangerous Epidemic

This photograph shows John Caldwell (far right), Ivan Fallis, Barry Greig, and David Coleman, at a Guelph Chapter of the Industrial Accident Prevention Association, discussing issues pertaining to recognition and treatment of alcohol problems.

City Doctor Recipient Of Award

This photograph shows Dr. Walter Scott presenting Dr. Flora Little with the Glenn Sawyer Service Award given to those who provide outstanding community service. Dr. Little was the first recipient of the award.

They're Bringing Their Message To Wellington

This photograph shows Ron Grant (left) and Don Piercy from Concord, Calif. The two men are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and are working in Wellington County to help spread the message of their church.

Celebrate Golden Wedding

This photograph shows Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Nodwell who celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.

Coin Display

This photograph shows University of Guelph student Barbra Wiles examining one of the world's most comprehensive exhibits of notes and coins by the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce.

Sister St. Edmund Cuts Anniversary Cake

This photograph shows Sister St. Edmund cutting the anniversary cake of the St. Joseph's Home Guild. Sister St. Edmund was the administrator of the home for seven years.

Pupils Hear Windy Music

This photograph shows Felix Avecedo playing the french horn at a concert for students at St. John's School.

Museum Opens Soon

This photograph shows contractor Dick Schuurman as he works on a board that will be used at the front entrance of the Wellington County museum.

A Classy Touch

This photograph shows Bev Young, who was chosen as Queen of the Formal at the annual John F. Ross CVI, "Touch of Class" event.

RNA Graduation Ceremony

This photograph shows Lena Hofer, Carol Meingast, George Barthorpe, and Anna Oosterwyk, just before their graduation ceremony from the Registered Nursing Assistants course at the Guelph Branch of the Conestoga College of Applied Arts and Technology.

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