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Brandon Daily Sun (Newspaper) - July 2, 1955, Brandon, Manitoba For effective coverage of Western Manitoba weft i a w Mit it tumm of the Brandon daily Sun the Brandon daily Sun Western Manitoba s daily newspaper use the want ads for Quick results Call 5351 Virden Council designates truck route Boissevain fair is outstanding Success. It v by 4vrtru a Art. A. A by a lev Stothard Boiss Evalne face for the a Kite a Hai Seball and a rat c fairy in a a inst it u sex mrs. W. Frome toys visit to Alexander . A a . Met Tai r a Ruday Ira Asa b no hat a the or Ardi a Stock farm a w a Tyse huge i a Trio v -,.knom or scr do a. N int grass Cha Junior Juc a v As Reg pen Bull and the grand stove of Greys female while Reserve Champ Kunj grand in both glasses were shown by a grand Cui of the j. Rankin a d sons of . Mvi uth Axi a a Ceu was Sears a the in a classes to show a con a a % a i j pm g us Asee by Fred Sid Erable drop in Estres were a Taxon of do Are. Reserve the Aberdeen Angus divisions. D was g 1er Kair White a Hutchinson of Virden Ana m pm err i the k j Draper farm t. Junz of s uns wer the Only of Alice 10th. Exhibitors and Hutch Erha an entry of j. As 4 g. Koh of both the grand Bud Harr Iota was Gra id and female female Ana Reserve c Hampton Hon big to Clydesdale Marl ors went to another Kiloh entry. R. H Turner Ocarroll n to Ridge View Alice 20th. Has be Corr e Mamou throughout Walter m it fat and son of s Rath the province Ier a heavy horse. Clair Ivett the car it for get of showed the Chapmn Mare or sire of Darr and Breed of any age in the clydes Era a had. Dale r a the stat is a for the Hereford Ria. A Ade Drew Percheron or belgians was w a a Large entry were judged by Harold Hayden of Boissevain go Tomz. Up b e o. The Ai eat breeders Asse Wawanesa to Chian Here lation. Or. Lere were Pion Sta in an you it to p Here in s m a go i pet tie i be court fir a he be Pete a cognized As Loro judges in will be judging Rig Sii feel har r ated Arenca g Vav do in to still going Strong dept ter it i hit id of Brns oos notice j4 a it but tar i get Are do and Page Abie on Init Iti f�?T4 Meni at Par n Iii or Art a Pard up in july 5th. Pai Voi r by is or a Sou and avoid Penalv penal at the rate of one half of one percent per month i Imp Ord on and after jul both \ j m Bill Ity i Rerer. Electrical equipment i or the be to in electric motor it and Power i univ intercommunication a Stem Uto malic it on troll a and electrical equipment of re Rev description a Lou Are invited to consult Wail St he. 3 7� 7 a items u1hioon Calgary great eating at the provincial inhibition again ii Vear Unie to St. Matthew s Coffee bar i m ated in the fast end of the Vuto motor Tii Liling. And for a our convenience we have a new modern counter Fht , hot dogs ice Ream old drinks Tea coffe homemade pies Sigarr Tex in me i Kacia it Section. Tour Secretary Jean Mare ported a a a Terfu response in the. A. Craft. . To hitts and horticultural comp to i tons which were shown in. The display Bui Lomg. Entries Wen Nunie ious in the Grain vegetable Flowers and 4-h club exhibits the b a cd a n seed club the Turtle Mountain calf club Ai the Xing a sew my club first place ribbon for their displays m the 4-h c a a a a special display of old and a teases us a a tin a a y pioneers was also on exhibit. Included among the relics was a i860 Broun Bess Flintlock old English dueling pistols an old time bully Mould for making round Ball and conical bullets arid the famous 1864 Louis h it i Rifle which was it hot in recently at the Deloraine Celebration. Fine raft display one of the outstanding Hobby Craft displays was shown by Frank Beedle of Boissevain whose work included covered wagons six horse Tea of Carls and Tigu Rines All carved out of Wood a. E. Henderson of Boissevain displayed samples of petrified Wood volcanic clinker and rough and polished Agate. Games concessions the softball and baseball tournaments and even a ladies cat driving con test rounded out the fair. In the base bail tournament Fairfax won out Over teams from Boissevain Deloraine and Riverside or. Blanchard and the directors who spent several weeks preparing for the fair were tired but As the Manitoba motor transits Pony Back in 1930 with fellow satisfied when it was finally Over. Swan River bus pulled into the workers and Drivers the guest of but they have no plans for rest depot on prime s a. True Friday Honor climbed into the 12-Pas ing on their laurels already there evening i was perhaps just an Senger bus. Recalling the Early is talk of bigger an better things other run for passengers. By for pioneering Days of the company for the 69th Annua fair next bus Driver William a coldwell it during the Span of service year was much More than that Quot Bill a a Bill has driven some 300 trips had just completed 25 years ser a year and is a a Bihar figure to vice with the bus line and in tha passengers in and out of the City time travelled a total of 1,875,000 Miles behind the wheel. Ail employees were out on the platform to Greet the Driver and of off Friio to offer him congratulations on his 1 i # Long record of continuous Accident free driving with the company. On the occasion of his 25th year of serv ice. 23 employees on the Staif gathered at the Home of manager f s Geder. 611 eighteenth Street where personal congratulations were offered or c old Well he was presented with a Glt a occasion in Row Tor the ladies Ana a prize he youngest baby at the Park. C a Entrance of three Lively orld War commands Bill coldwell and company manager f. S. Geiler . Driver completes 25 years with company mental Hospital staff enjoy annual picnic Craf announces five promotions to group capita in Ottawa up pc motion six Wing commanders to the rank of group Captain was announced the mental Hospital staff held thursday night by the air Force the annual picnic june 25 when then it w group captains include member of the staff and then Donald a Miller. Dec 42. Of gathered at the Hospital soon Garnet f. Jacobsen dec Parx to enjoy a full Day of sports 3� Winnipeg and a i bert1 there v Ere races con Houle dec and bar. 41. Sudbury tru a moment it it a he tests soft Ball throws rolling pm an it Sauk sic. Marie. One 0 1 throw for the ladies and a prize gr0up Ca my her who flew for the v.n0� a a the a a a i with Raf Ace Douglas. Bader in born in Chester England the 01 ear old Driver feels he has Many More Miles of Highway yet to travel before he thinks of going on the retired list. Sitting a the clowns in a gaily Ben boned Ca added to the amusement of every the a cafe station at upland.1. Ottawa. Group capt Jacobsen is with the Yard of the bus depo after lunch there were two Solidi games to conclude a very Enas the modern bus up lie. Ar., ,. ,. Jul Day. It Friday was the first vehicle a e or c Jil veil drove for the con the Brandon builders Exchange 10 presents few tur no. 9 # Sidney shingles Silvertone slate # fire chief chimneys 9 fibreglass insulation # Alsy Nite Wall panels 9 . Sheeting 9 Donnacona ceiling tile 9 pane Lyte counter Topping 9 Interior plywood available at i Quot. \ i \ \ i Ohio i 5 years and unde buys and girls. 25 Yards--1. By an Fraze 2, Harmke by end or p. 3. Julianne Carlson is and under boys 50 yd.�?1. Hughe cult. 2 Terry Lakin 3� alar Arm i yrs. And under girls 50 Vogt a 1 gave Armstrong 2. Lorraine wat kit 3. Butendorf 9 vis and under boys so vds.�?1, Gary ret Eck 2. Do Irwin Smith 3 Larry Pilling 9 yrs and under girls 30 yes a 1 Geraldine Fraze. 2. Gave Armstrong 3. Gloria Wagner. 11 or. And under b 75 yds�?1 Durst i Smith. 2, Billy Carcary 3. Alistair Keny 11 yrs a d unde girls 75 yds.�?1. Betty. 2. Colleen Ducharme 3. Sharon Wilson. 13 yrs and unde boys 75 ads 1. Evan Armstrong. 2, Ian Ferguson 3. Doug Smith 13 yrs. And . 73 yes �?1. Colleen do ref 2 be he a 2 a a and grease the tires if a e Ace a. They squeak on the turns Janzer Roy a n us 3 Jerry to full maybe her car geography m�t11 Jota. La that rower Avenue phone �411 Vermeer ladies open race 73 Vii a put Black. 2 Betty Lee 3. Betty buy a be Barrow Ace. 25 yes a a Jack n Orna and Ian Ferguson 2, Doug Smith and Bill Ducharme 3. Van Armstrong and if. Wilson. Girls thread the Nedd race. 50 ads �?1. Joar Peacock 2 Leslie Pii Jug 3. Gerald be Frazer. B y s a k arc 50 yes �?1, Bill Duer arme 2. Evan Armstrong 3, Jack Norris girls Sac race 50 yd.�?1, Pat Black 2, Colleen Ducharme 3. Joan Peacock open mystery race i Jack so r r 2, Doug Smith 3 a tie Ian Ferguson. Evan Armstrong. Glen Wilton. Girl s Kio pm a contest i Joan Peacock 2. Donna Carlson 3 Marilyn Watkin men s softball throw i Ron Max Vivell 2, George Wilson 3. Tor. Wat str ladies softball throw�?1, Betty Lee 2. Mrs. Gamble 3, Colleen d Charloe ladies pin throw mrs j Smith. In j n Nuttal and mrs 1, Frank Corley. 2. Wells 3, a die. Men race 50 Jerry youngest baby eleven Day ild daughter of or and mrs Jerry Vermeer Power boat show at Killarney to have motorcade Killarney plans Are being made for a monster motorcade from Killarney on july 14 to advertise this year s Power boat Hom to be held on the civic Holiday monday August 1, on Killarney Lake. A definite schedule has not been worked out As yet but it is the t h e intention to include Brandon about 50 cars will take part in toe trip. The she is being staged by shamrocks hockey cub and the Parks Board and will feature some of toe provinces top Speed boat , in a variety of rare events water skiing a no Suri Board Riding \ is a wee bit off but Shell have no squeak cause Shell hear no squeaks from anywhere after a thorough lube Job Here open 24 Hooks Kips service 11th and Rosser phone 4464 when it s a question of Correct form in social stationery we Hare the right answers. See our samples of invitations announcements. Etc. Sun publishing co. Ltd. Comme Ecial p printing department phone 5151 24-18th Street 3 the Brandon daily san saturday july 2. 1955. Uree torte of a a intelligence air Force Hack quarters and group Apt. Houle amp Valerai of the de it air Force commands the cent Al expend mental and pc a Dinges abolishment at Namao Alta. Foi e food w it a it Elwich. Kent Erani up a the health department of Bis Landor. S bulb 1 84 samples of food a 5 unfit the . in the Monti sewer and water installations phone or All for i us Oates r e l f plumbing and heating Ltd. 120 ninth St. Phone 2973 attention All farm equipment users the manufacturers from whom we Purchase our repair parts a sell them to us on a y la b5s1s therefore we As dealers find it Nec enary to do the same a on both spare parti and shop or Field service hence All parts and service work 55 ill of. So Only however if v of need Redit arrangements can be made according to our in w Redit Polk y Ite Alcris in Brandon offering this service Are h. Carcary a co. John Deere Graham Martin. Ltd. I h iof Lawson amp sons Oliver amp a cd be implement t o. J. I. Case Ici Ullock Auto amp ,5ta Minerv Ltd. Massey Harris h. E. Wright. Ltd. oranges priced Low at Safeway California valencias family size 10 ibs. 89c j jumbo size Watermelon 16 to 18 ibs. Average each $ 1.49 Al form a Royal apricots $299 14 la. Case Loi Al grown pint 5 a Case i Irvy Ripe bananas la. 19c i or 1117c Donalda Brant Side Bacon if. Pkg. 47c Laurel Brand headcheese 29c Brookfield Pirl pork . 38c All brands 0 41 r Glish i Oki e a lard 2 lbs 3�oc alls0rt5 pkg. Pc i Neil ibo lit Ori e Carnation milk tails 3-47c party Pride ice Cream pint Brick 2 37c Edwards Coffee i la. Tin $1.02 curtsy Raisin bread each 190 first Grade butter la. 60e Buttermilk quart 190 cottage cheese 8-0. To. 170 prices effective monday july 4th

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