The way we were (Oct. 7)

Oct. 11, 1995

25 Years Ago

Waltham unveils memorial to war dead: Remembrance Day came early this year in Waltham.
On Saturday, a throng of townspeople turned out for the official unveiling of the town’s new monument to those who died in Canadian wars.
The sun broke through the clouds still hanging over the surrounding hills, as piper Dell Macdonald and a colour guard led a procession form the town hall to the cenotaph site.
They were joined by veterans from Pembroke Legion Branch 72, Korean War Veterans Branch 38 and Pontiac Legion Branch 162 along with members of the Ladies Auxiliary of Branch 72.
Local veterans . . .

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