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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - February 19, 1962, Brandon, Manitoba Ann Landers confession always a help dear Ann Landers i did a terrible thing five weeks ago and can t get it off my mind five lost 17 pounds and in a a nervous wreck. I m 38, happily tarried and the Mother of three children. Money has always been scarce and i wanted desperately to have t new dress for a a Anutka arty. I could t afford anything n silk so i went to a depart Tient store to look at some in expensive Cottons. I tried on a me one at $6.98 and it was a it rect fit. Unconsciously i put by coat on Over the new dress my began to walk out. Suddenly realized what i was doing. But t seemed too easy so i kept talking knowing my old dress Leas on the Hanger. A House detective stopped me lust outside the door. All i could to was cry. Since i had never Ione anything like this before Bey let me go. Now in a so ashamed i can to sleep at night. My religion has always been important to me but now i avoid going to Church because of the confessional. How can i get this off my conscience Peggy dear Peggy since confession is part of your religion Start there and you la fee better. Nothing is so futile and Energy consuming As torturing yourself Over what happened yesterday. Learn from your mistake and then put it out of your mind the authorities were extremely generous and you have much to be grateful for. Dear Ann Landers am i old fashioned or just nuts what has happened to those twin Virtues a a dependability and a consideration a friends and business associates break dates at the last minute with the lamest excuses you Ever heard. Often in be sat staring at my wrist watch even shaking it occasionally for 25 1 or 30 minutes. The offending conservatory of music names successful students the following is a list of sue-1 Cess Ful candidates in examinations held recently in Brandon by the Royal conservatory of music of Toronto. Grade five theory a history and form Jeanette d. Sage honors Harmony Marie Nadler honors history Margaret Cowe pass form Willa r. Leding Ham first class honors Dorothy Miller Maureen g. Rhyason mrs. Dorothy Mclean honors Grace n. Fedorski and Gail Robinson equal pass. Grad four theory a Harmony Catherine Miller graces. Fedorosky pass. Grad three theory a har it Mony and history Yvette Stew Art pass Harmony Barbara Kraeling honors history Wil i a j. Slator Patricia Filipo-1 wich Phyllis m. Yorke first class honors Jeanette Brue and Shirley Halsey equal Carol Croy Mary e. Reed honors Marilyn Dennstedt Janice Davies Fred Frost and Luella Halsey equal pass. Grade two theory a William Zonneveld Audrey k. Racher Valerie a. Hodson first class honors Jack k. Norris honors Janice Doak Joyce a. Lawson pass. Grade one theory a Janie m. Barkley and Betty Ann Buchanan equal Lea Bond and Joan f. Robinson equal Judy Friesen Wendy l. Mitchell Sherryl d. Hodson Alexis lean and Charlaine trick equal Stephen Hirsch and Douglas Halliday equal first class honors Jill Sharpe Fay m. Don och and Diane h. Ross Equa honors Sharon m. Bowles pass. Party Waltzes in unconcerned without a word of apology. People Promise to phone and then they proceed to forget it. They offer to drop something in the mail and it never arrives. I know precious few individuals whose word Means anything. Is this part of our declining society a symptom of the moral decay that philosophers Are concerned about or did people behave this Avyay too years ago jaundiced Eye dear jaundiced it was Ever thus. The human animal has changed Little since Abe Lincoln a time. The reason you did no to notice it too years ago is because you weren to around. Ironically however Busy people Are the most dependable. The goof offs who do the least invariably keep the Busy ones waiting. Dear Ann Landers please print your answer soon so i will know what to do. I m 19 and my Fiance is 21. He gave me a ring for Christmas and we plan to be married in june. The ring was very sparkly and Bright for about three weeks. Now it is losing its Lustre and turning Cloudy. My Cousin who is in the jewelry business told me last night the Stone is not a real Diamond. I love this boy and i done to want to Hurt his feelings. Should i keep quiet or not faked out i dear faked by All Means Tell your boy Friend. Make it Plain that the value of the ring i Means nothing to you. He should be clued in however because if the paid for a Diamond and got la hunk of pop bottle Glass he has i some settling to do with the jewelry store. Monday february of 1942, the Brandon Sun j. Choir honors retiring member Kitty years a a member of1 the presentation was made at first Baptist Church choir was the annual dinner Given to the recognized thursday evening i senior choir by the a. When mrs g. H. Streuber the tables were decorated with president of the choir present Valentine motifs and the head cd miss Daisy Pearce with an table was centred with a cake. Inscribed Copper serving tray on decorated with Quot fifty years in behalf of the choir. Young conservatives hold Tea Honor of miss Pearce who is retiring from the choir. Miss Pearce also received a Corsage from j. E. Greaves i i i Ohalf of the music committee. Mrs. Philip Hammonds president of the a thanked the choir for its services to th-3 Church while Lee Donnelly thanked the a for the dinner. Miss Pearce was born in b nowhere her choir Honor choir member a miss Daisy Pearce Centre who ifs retiring after singing for 50 years in the first Baptist Church choir was presented with a tray by mrs. G. H. Streuber choir president. J. E. Greaves chairman of the music committee presented a Corsage on behalf of the committee. Donald Axford welcomed Theof guests at the recent menus Tea a Quot. Quot a Lark. Held recently by the voting con we ,.,n j jl.&Quot"ar0 Chi or sedatives at the Myca a came directly to Brandon Tea honors were shared by r. Hot a ai7ivcd in Canada and 0. Lissaman la w. K we i has is ded Here since that time. Ton f. Mccullagh r. C Gurr mass f a Arce Rotimi from Pat e. S. Martin. S. W. Smith and a re 5 a a two a a j. C. Doak. Pc of Virden where she had worked for 37 Servit eurs were Glen Beck Hugo Mueller Bob Hawes. Wil a Ham Peters and Tom Mcdoug All. Years she and her sister miss Nellie Pearce reside at 1316 Mctavish Avenue where they will continue to reside for the others assisting were misses it. ,. J Pat Stanley Edna lever. Karen 0ur a her have always and Schmeltz and Janet Mooney. Celebrates 92nd birthday nine tables of Bridge were the clinic pharmacy a division of Browne a drug store for accurate filling of your. Prescriptions open Mon. To Fri. Till 9 . Saturday till 12 noon free delivery a 9-6676 Dennis St. And Mctavish ave. It in to required Reading not available Montreal up a prof. Louis Dudekk a list of required Reading for English 290 at Mcgill University i n c i u Des lady Chatterley a lovers the unabridged version. Coed Rachel Kizell of Ottawa therefore went dutifully to the Library at Royal Victoria College a Mcgill women a residence to borrow the Book. The Library a copy turned out to be a censored one. However. Miss Kizell found the words a Complete and unexpurgated edition had been crossed out and pages 193 and 194 had been Cut out. Dashing off an angry letter to the Mcgill daily the Campus newspaper miss Kizell wrote. There is an educational principle i n v o i Ved Here. This action stifles Freedom of or. Muriel Roscoe Mcgill s Warden of women and head of the botany department read the letter and said miss Kizell can borrow her unabridged copy of d. H. Law Rencey a controversial novel. Played at the feb. 12 session of were or. And mrs. Harold Rob bins or. And mrs. Tom Robbins All of Regent or. And mrs. Lorne Keeler and Jeffrey Good Singer miss Pearce said when asked about the music and members she knew dining her 50 years of choir work. She will miss her choir work but will probably fill a in the time with Reading her chief Hobby. For a few years. Miss Pearce or. Wesley Robbins who Cele wa5 not Able to read As much rated his 92nd birthday recent As she wanted but two years by was honoured at a family j a a a it the joined the Brandon puh birthday party at the Home of Ilic Library and now expect to his son in Law and daughter or. Make ful1 use of Ber card and mrs. Joseph Wyld 219 thirteenth Street. Guests attending the party Lauder or. And mrs. Charles Edgerton. Souris or. And mrs. St. Augustine s Cwi holds Parent Day Tea and Sale by mrs. Martin Kavanaugh mrs. J. A. Quinn mrs. Joseph Richard miss Gertie Shea mrs. B. R. Coleman and mrs. R. E. Cowan. Large number of friends Honor Veteran City welder a Large number of friends in years As a Blacksmith in es-1 duplicate Bridge at the West end and business associates gathered Tevan. Oxbow and Brookdale. Community Centre. At the Prince few Ard hotel re startir>2 his own business Here Quot Eri of North South were at he Prince Edward hotel re in ,933 in 952 hot forme 1 mrs. O. Berthiaume and mrs. L. Cen y o pay re u e to James partnership with Clifford Jones lure its 4 Points mrs. E. Ken Hamilton on the occasion of his and the form became known As Nedy and mrs. J Baizley 85 William Young or. And mrs. I retirement. Hamilton and Jones or. And mrs. E. Lightly. 76. Kenneth Robbins or. And mrs. Or. Hamilton Veteran City a Nephew William joins the East West winners were or. Keith Burgess David and Mark welder was guest of Honor when firm to keep the Hamilton name wild los. Terrier Clif All of Blandon. 80 sat Down to dinner then join-1 in business. Ord a Pps and Albert Cullen de in an evening of dancing. I or. And mrs. Hamilton have 83121 Fri e Cristall and mrs. Or. Hamilton came to bran left on a two month Holiday to Moore 81 a. Don in 1910 from his native ire-1 Vancouver and Pian to return to see scoring is be land. He spent some of his ear Brandon to reside. Coming involved due to the a fact that players who have participated in All games so far Are allowed to drop one or two i poor scores As Long As four scores Are submitted for final percentage totals. An accurate account of leaders scores will St. Augustine of Canterbury Servit eurs included mrs. John be Given upon completion of the Cal held its Parent Day Tea Pungente mrs. S. J. Gaudet j two remaining games. And bake Sale in the school1 mrs. H. J. Batt mrs. Gordon the winners of the duplicate auditorium on St. Valentine s Phillips mrs. D. J Sims. Mrs. Bridge held at 452 Leslie Bay Day with mrs. Joseph Cascade Hugo Gross mrs. W. A. Jarvin feb. 14, were mrs. E. J. Light As convener and mrs. Ross mrs. Kenneth Bicknell mrs. To and Albert Cullen. 1st e. M. Shinske co convener. I Gordon Mckinnon and mrs. An Mckenzie and Bob Greyson 2nd the Tea table featured a Val Drew Usunier. And Jim Anderson and Bob entire s Day theme with Pink assistants were mrs. G. J Draker 3rd. The movement used roses and lilies of the Valley Pugh. Mrs. Paul Cascade mrs. Is a one win Are movement with ,. Offset by Pink tapers. A. F. Truttier miss Elizabeth no North South or cast West secy a n via a a Tea honors were performed Vandeveire and mrs. Michael Tion. Virci Irv rape tvs Jav n a by 8l1 cd Boroski next sessions win be held to Wesler Robbins who re or at the annual meeting of the homemaking was to charge of i night at 8 ., at the West a nil it celebrated he 92ml birth Brandon Liberal women s a it so. Mrs. Paul Dunn mrs. Oswald to speak in Brandon a Judy Lamarsh my will get in the City feb. 26. Judy Lamarsh annual meeting guest speaker the contributions. Mrs. Froom Heads group Carberry special a lady directors of the Carberry agricultural society re elected Are mrs. W. M. Froom. President ,. I miss Betty Jacques was guest mrs. W. A. Smith vice president speaker at the recent meeting of end Community club and wed Day mesday evening feb. 21, at 452 l fourteen Brandon players at Lemon fluff pie Bicknell mrs. J. J. Gribben and mrs. Gerry Clark. Mrs. Trevor Workman and mrs. Jack Magee looked after the needlework. Pairs tournament recently mrs. W. J. Ferguson received Portage la Prairie. This event elation monday feb. 26, in the i Prince Edward hotel. Lawyer linguist and Public speaker. Miss Lamarsh will be on a Brief Western tour. The dinner has tended the two session open ,.,., at 16 Small Graham trackers been called for six o clock Sharp describes hawaiian trip was the first of what is to be an annual event with the Sparling trophy awarded the champions. Named in Honor of Harvey crushed Teaspoon scary solution 3 Tablespoons butter melted i envelope or Tablespoon in Flavoured Gelatin Sparling who has been tile i 2 cup cold Waer Rector and promoter of Bridge in 2 Tablespoons Suc Aryl solution Portage la Prairie for some cup hot Lernon juice j i Teaspoon Lemon Rind the winning pair was Stan 1 evaporated milk chilled c o in b i ii 6 Graham Cracker and mrs. H. J. Strain Secre the ladies auxiliary to the civic i a Vrabie the eight crumbs >4 Teaspoon of Suc Aryl employees Union local 69 when Porta a Lata Ligated fhe Ian butter press into a she told of her trip to Hawaii i Winnipeg tables dominated nip a lamp. Pm nah firm to enable her to make plane connections for her return to Ottawa. Arrangements for the meeting were made at an executive meeting monday at the Home of tile president mrs. Alex Mcphail. Details for the dinner event will be managed by mrs. V. S. Arm Bruster mrs. Gerald r. Dressier and mrs. F. C. Case. Tary. 9-Inch pie plate chill until firm. The 2 Tablespoons of Suc Aryl total amount collected in car and showed coloured slides Illus re Quot Ner ups t a is a soften Gelatin in cold water add Berry and District in the recent crating the Beauty of the islands. Brandon. Canvass for the children said mrs. Tony Pudlo thanked the spic 04 1 ack 0 prac Lee society of Central Manitoba was speaker. And tournament experience. $929. This amount was lower mrs. Ralph Vandale will con club Calendar 2 30 tuesday .�?St. Matthews a that last years amount by Vene the whist drive and rum nearly $50. Mage Sale to be held in april. The amount collected includes hostesses for the meeting held $25 from the sunday school at in the Myca were mrs. Allan Gregg. Mrs. R. J. Hood was Atkinson mrs. William Blaine Campaign chairman. And mrs. Reginald Briggs. Your wife will buy 2,000 carloads before he starts earning no matter what happens your wife will buy groceries every week whether you re there or not. And you can guarantee them All through life insurance. With an insurance policy you can create Protection with guaranteed values that you can be sure of always. Undoubtedly you Are presently insured but your circumstances Are changing so make sure your life insurance keeps in step with your life. Tell your life insurance agent what it is you want for your family a future. Guarantee that your family will always enjoy the comforts and Security you have provided for them. Make sure of tomorrow today. Only life insurance can protect you these five ways 1. Guaranteed Protection no speculation no guessing. You know exactly the number of dollars to come. 2. Guaranteed immediate Protection from the moment you qualify. 3. Guaranteed benefits at big expense times. You can guarantee funds for future expenses such As sending children to College. 4. Guaranteed retirement income. You have an income you can never outlive. 5. Guaranteed Protection for the Home. Your family will never inherit an unpaid mortgage. When Flop of. Peredo Chi you. You can depend on life insurance tue life insurance companies in Canada your health is our business Confidence we aim to conduct our prescription depart Anent As to Merit your Complete Confidence. And that of your family physician. Remember once you receive your prescription its yours to take where you wish. We suggest you bring it to the drug store where each prescription is treated individually. If your doctor Calls at your Home have him Call a 6-3021 and it will be delivered to your door. Prescriptions first Aid items sick m supplies drugs sundries for Quick efficient service Call. Robertson s drug store 122-8th Street phone a 6-3021 civic affairs meet draws Good crowd Carberry special a approximately 50 ratepayers one third of them women accepted United Church. The combined meeting of the Church and the newly of o r in e d Tarbolton United Church women was held recently at the Home two named As stewards Rivers special w. Coch the invitation of the chamber of j Rane and g. Seens were elected Commerce to attend an open As stewards for three year terms meeting on municipal affairs on de executive of Tarbolton held recently in the municipal Hall. George Feldman president opened the meeting and introduced mayor a. R. Calvert. All councillors and the Secretary or and mrs. H. Wolfe were present to answer questions on the conduct of the business of the town. The meeting was informed that sewer connections now num a Ber 292 and the service charge to users amounted to approximately $9,000 in 1961. Natural Gas was installed during the year and is being extensively used. Other reports revealed that the municipal Hall basement had been renovated Wash rooms installed also Kitchen equipment. This was made possible by a Grant from the civil defence Headquarters the balance being equally divided Between j the town and the Rural municipality of North Cypress who have their office in the building. Civil defence Headquarters Are located in the basement of the municipal Hall and provision is being made for the office of the Weed control officer. Hot Lemon juice and Lemon Rind stirring to dissolve Gelatin. Chill _ 1, on ranch c in 0l yp5 until mixture begins to thicken. 113� p�?Tm�?1k"ox l need Curc beat chilled evaporated milk on a Quot Eno a meeting Church High Speed of mixer until stiff a orium. Fold into Gelatin mixture. Pour a Andon Genci a1 hospice Crumb crust. Chill until Lal Alun Nae nurses residence. Executive meets at 7 15 . 8 15 .�?rose Gordon auxiliary 1316 Mctavish Avenue. 8 15 .�?arma is f ton club Sunshine room. Arthur e. Lin Dei Berg guest speaker. 8 .�?trillium business and professional w o in e n s club. Prince Edward hotel. Rely on your judgment not the Breaks drive carefully Robinson amp Robinson insurance Ltd. 123-9th St. Pm. A 9-1454 Hydro pioneers St. Lawtence on the Burin Peninsula in Southern Newfoundland produces almost All Canada s Supply of fluorspar. New Spring prints Over 300 patterns to choose from in fact cold Cotton prints. 36�?� per Vard. 49 69 79 on loth Streit

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