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Belmont News (Newspaper) - August 2, 1979, Belmont, Manitoba
T,5s to r t 0-0 =4 second Keri Stratton Nuhi it or 1181 Fiedmont new published in been amt on 4ih St each week thursday 15 c per copy $4.00 a year within a 40 mile radius in Advance $5.00 a year out of 40 Miles in Canada a Advance $8.0� a a in u. S. A. And 0lhcr countries in Advance. Aug 0 s 1979 Alto it a Ijar irl Mont Wirwa. A a a7�s july 24th, 1979, Belmont Man. A xxxv thursday August 2nd, 1979 number Al thirty one Belmont Manitoba i o k o c 0 obituary James per Dvid Wanless aged 68, peacefully passed to rest at Baldur Hospital on july 24,1979, after a lengthy illness. He was born at Behn ont july. 24.1911, the second son of the late or and Are George e. Wan less on january 31, 1939, he married Olive Marie Myers and Farmed in the a Belmont District until he retired in 1974 and moved to Belmont. Left to mourn Are his wife Olive his son and three daughters Sheila and Brian of Calgary Mervin and Carol of Ninette Myma and Larry of Mccreary Joyce and Mike of Toronto and. Lis eight grandchildren. Also surviving Are his Brothers and Sisters and their families mrs. Jarry Pawloski Leiua of Surrey . Mrs Herb Mcgill Florence of be Lin. Mrs Gordon Klein Jna of Winnipeg Ivan Jack and Gordon of Belmont Clarl of Surrey . And Mac of Wawanesa. He was predeceased by his 5rothe< Lloyd in 1961. Funeral services were held in he Knox United Church in Belmont on july 27, 1979, with his Cousin Rev buddy Myers of Brandon officiating. His neice mrs Shirley Dubots was the organist and mrs Jean Williamson led the Choi it a. The cremains will be interred in Hillside cemetery Belmont. Honorary pallbearers were l. T mat Liers d. I Mathers. Jack Heyrich Larne Durham Rod Mac Kay sr., and e. Hill pallbearers were . Dick. Myers cell Myers. Milton cd. Ambers Harry Dubots Russ Chambers and Murray Williamson. To the glory of god and in Loving memory of James p wan less gifts have been presented by his relatives and friends to if he Piel Nikont United Church and. The kidney foundation wedding Bells i Home card of thanks we wish to express our sin. Cere thanks and Acup recitation to our relatives and friends for the visits phone Calls cards Flowers and Ibay ing brought to our Home during the recent loss of our Hus band father and Grandfather. Special thank to Rev. Buddy Myers Shirley Dubots Jean Williardson and choir pall ear ens and Ushers or. Hanks and Baldur Hospital staff. Bill Jam Meson and the to everyone for being so Hel Irful and understanding. Sincerely Olive. Sheila Mervin. Myma Joyce and families. Winsier of the annual Ingleby trophy was mrs Bee Mabon run liens up were or and mrs lome Lambkin and or and mrs Reg Mew Hiams. Special mention Given to it the Beautiful display of Flower at Bel creat Manor and eds judges were mrs Wilda Ober Lin and Dorothy Stilwel of. Ninette. Macgregor Campbell on july 7th at 4 30 pm. A Dou ble ring ceremony was held in the Miami United Church when Joyce Grace Campbell of Winnipeg daughter of or and mrs r. Campbell of Miami and Andrew Duncan Macgregor of Winnipeg son of or and mis t. Macgregor of Ninette exchanged marriage vows. Rev Pederson n of Miari and Rev Bennett of Ninette officiated. The wedding music was played by Sandra Dixon of Hamiota a and Nola Dixon of Winnipeg was soloist. The Bride Given in Man Inge by her father wore a full length White gown with High neckline Loti sleeves and three tiered layered shirt with entire Waist. Her veil of Matching . Was shoulder length and she carried an Ai m Bou Init of red roses. The attendants were Diana Rankin As maid of Honor Carla Pritchard and Nola Cox Sisters of the Pride were bridesmaids they wore Long yell a w gowns gathered bodice with Spaghetti straps and a jacket a mid Ltd Ald Macgregor of win Lii Peg was. Best Man for his twin Mother. Ian Macgregor of Belmont and de Sharp of Winnipeg a Ere the Ushers a i cd Eption was held in the Miami Cornu no y Centre Ilie. Toast to the Bride was made by or Bill Clark of Carman to which the Groom replied. For travelling the Bride chose a three piece suit of beige Blue plaid. Following a wedding trip to. The West coast or and mrs Macgregor will reside at 110 620 Guelph st., Winnipeg Well drilling 4 in. To 40 in a Ltd test holes Zirri Gabon Wells Sand screens 4 in. To 24 in., clean out and deepen old Wells Watkins and argue Clearwater. Man. Phone 873-2553. Crystal City wedding Bells Lang a Novatkowski on july t4th 1979, at 2 00 a. M. In the Sandy Lake greek Catholic Church a double ring Fere Mony was held when Rose Maris i Jane daughter of or and mrs ted Novatkowski of Sand Lake and Christopher Robert Joseph of or mrs a Short Nee Ina Mae Brown Ninette of Minnedosa were United in Mait Page. Father Kielak of Sandy Lake a officiated. The Bride Given in marriage by her father looked Lovely in a White silk Long gown an a Long lace train. She carried a bouquet of red roses. The brides attendants were. Sally Novatkowski Teni Lang Karen Levich and Wendy Zari my. They wore gowned Alme of Eyele Cotti o in oink yellow Green and Blue and they carried silk 1 Lowers the Best Man was Eric Abelle of Minnedosa and the Ushers were Gordon Smith of Minnedosa David and Howard Novakow ski of Sandy Lake. A reception was held at Sandy Lake Hall and the Toast to the iodide was made by or Novakow ski of Sandy Lake. A honeymoon was spent at Banff Alberta and the Bride chose a hiree piece beige Pant suit for travelling. Following the wedding rip the couple will reside at minded economics Killa Mev agr. District Elaine Edie Home economist freezing foods a summer in mid Ian uary is what freezing is All about but Whit c Mes out of the Freezer wont be any better than what goes in. Freezing does no to improve the aughty of vegetables it simply preserves Leigh Quality vat its of . Select vege. Tables that Are Garden fresh you Fonio. And at the idea stage of maturity avoid the Tough starchy. Or Wood ones. Prev Are foods quickly and carefully. If you can. Freeze the within hours of Gat Liering. Some vegetables freeze better than other Beans Broccoli peas spinach and whole Kernel. Corn Are particularly Good. Kim an the cob tends to develop off flavours but accurate blanching usually avoid the problem. Celery lettuce tomatoes and other a Fet Ables usually eaten Law done to freeze Well. However tomatoes cooked slightly can be Frozen for use m soups and stews cd oked beets Are Best Frozen sliced or Dicea rather than whole because the texture turns rubbery and Limp. Most vegetables need to be blanched before freezing. Follow blanching times exactly. Under blanching does no to destroy All the enzymes and Over it launching overlooks the vegetables and re dues flavor and nutrients. For example Blanch Green or Wax bean 3 mins. For Cut Beans and 4 mins for whole. Shelled peas spinach \ vegetable marrow and Zucchini need 2 mins. While cauliflower. Requires 3 mins. Chill immediately after Blanc Ching by placing in cold running Manitoba electrical statistics for june 1979 Manitoba electrical generation during Jne 1979 was almost 100 % from water Power with More than 69% of it produced from the Nelson River. totalled 1 536.48 million Kwh including the out put of diesel electric stations serving Twenty or ice water. And Drain the vege tables thoroughly before packing. Package foods in oddness tasteless moisture proof vapor proof Freezer containers or wrap a Ings to prevent the Rood from drying out and to protect it from Alm bin flavors. Agriculture Canadas free publication freezing foods is available at our office. It has a Wea Jenl of information including pre Spring blanching and packing instructions for your favorite for luts vegetables and meats. Phone me at 523-4.510 today for your copy. Two in emote communities not connected to tie provincial network. Firm Energy supplied Toi Manitoba customers in june amounted to 733.8 million Kwh a 3.4% increase Over the month of june. 1978. Finer Energy deliveries for the first Quarter of the fiscal year were 7.4 % Over the same period last year. Electrical consumption in Manitoba declined with the longer Days and warmer june weather from the figure of 853.4 million Kwh registered in May. Generation in excess of Manit Obas eeds during june 1979 was sold out of province 52.7% to . Utilities 23,1 % to Ontario and 19 % to Saskatchewan. These Export sales in total were 58 % above the figures for june 1978 while first Quarter exports exceeded the comparable 1978 figures by 50 %. Binscarth Ornales win at Belmont Sard annual tournament of champions july 8th, 1979
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