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Fred and Libby Stanzel White Duck Inn Genealogy

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Fred and Libby Stanzel White Duck Inn Genealogy

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The Ottawa Citizen
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
28 Jun 1941, Sat  •  Page 2

For a number of years before it became Wave’s on Franktown Road the business was run by Libby and Fred Stanzel as The White Duck Inn. If you have any information please email me.

345 Franktown Road- Wave’s Inn– photo Lorie Paul
Hi Linda. My name is Lorie Paul. I moved to Carleton Place last October, but have had a family cottage on the lake for over 60 years. My Dad (Kenneth Paul) grew up on Napoleon St. I have this picture of my Dad working at what was a lunch counter at 345 Franktown Road (Wave’s Inn). He would have been around 14 or 15 at the time, so early to mid 1930s.
I have always wondered who the other gentleman in the picture was. Wondering if I should post the picture to see if anyone knows who it is, and perhaps a family member would like to see it as well. I’m not sure if I’m allowed to post in any of the Carleton Place FB pages. My dad is standing on the left in the picture. Thanks so much, and have a great day.
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The Ottawa Citizen
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
08 Oct 1937, Fri  •  Page 1
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The Ottawa Journal
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
11 Oct 1937, Mon  •  Page 6
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The Ottawa Citizen
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
17 Apr 1934, Tue  •  Page 19
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The Ottawa Journal
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
05 Jan 1937, Tue  •  Page 2
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The Ottawa Citizen
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
19 Oct 1948, Tue  •  Page 5

John Stanzel said:

He said he was introduced to dancing at an early age because his father, the late Fred Stanzel, “liked to jig” and would act as caller for square dancing at functions such as the firemen’s ball in Carleton Place. When he was about seven John began tap dance lessons with the late Eileen Snowden.

John Stanzel said he was introduced to dancing at an early age because his father, the late Fred Stanzel, “liked to jig” and would act as caller for square dancing at functions such as the firemen’s ball in Carleton Place. When he was about seven John began tap dance lessons with the late Eileen Snowden. 1979

Related reading:

More Memories of Wave’s Inn- Julie Sadler

Down At the Twist and Shout–Wave’s Inn

Interesting Tidbits — Frances Moore

Straight Outta Carleton Place High School — Wava McDaniel Baker

Documenting Franktown Road Before it Changes

Do You Know This Man? Wave’s Inn –Lorie Paul