I still hear people say "cafeterier" and "ideer," but it is usually people of my own age. The r sound usually only comes in after a long e or leading into a vowel in the next word these days. You can still hear "Florider" and "Honder" even now, but it's rarer. Today I overheard "encyclopedier."
Surprise of the day was minutes later to hear someone say "I'm glad you're not related to him. He was a dink." I haven't heard that in years. In northern New England and the Maritimes it was somewhat equivalent to the more national "dick," meaning both penis and jerk.
Maybe I should mark the calendah.
Speakin' a' calendahs, theyahs one you can send to vets that right smaht. Tries to look like them pin-up calendahs they use t' have durin' WWII. Tax deductible and all. It puts me in mind of when Eb Jenkins ordahd one a them fuh coats from the Seahs Catalogue yeahs ago. He was considable disappointed when the young woman didn't arrive with it. (HT: Iowahawk)