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Glenboro Gazette (Newspaper) - August 13, 1980, Brandon, Manitoba
The Gazette Glenboro Manitoba 4 wednesday August 13th, 1980 mrs. Etta Aitken july 28/80 a politeness is artificial Good humor it covers the natural want of it and ends by rendering habitual a substitute nearly equivalent to the real mrs. Edith Brown and daughter Agnes Moore motored to Crystal City last thursday to visit her brother will Kemp a patient in the new a Rock Lake District Hospital. During the past week mrs. Margaret Ellwood was Happy to have visits from mrs. Helen Wishart of Portage la Prairie mrs. H. At the churches Rev. Karl d. Surber Glenboro United Church Rev. Karl d. Surber sunday morning service.11 00 . St. Stephens anglican Church Rev. Percy Shepherd sunday August 17th, 1980 tre heme morning prayer .,.9 30 . Glenboro morning prayer .11 15 . Baldur morning prayer .9 30 . Argyle lutheran Parish Rev. Larry c. Glaeske pastor a roman Catholic Church father m. Comeault pastor Dundrea Rev. Or. Neil Stouffer Deacon Belmont Glenboro mass saturday at 7 . Glenboro lutheran Church tree Bank evangelical mennonite Church pastor Rev. Frank Goertzen 824-2490 10 00 . Sunday school 11 00 . Worship service Glen Haven Manor news Metcalfe of tre heme and or. And mrs. Robert Brydon of Hargrave Man. Saturday july 26th, mrs. Dick Dowd was so Happy to have a Surprise visit from her daughter mrs. Frank Case of Portage la Prairie. Or. Nelson Mckellar called briefly on mrs. Sigrun Sigurdson last saturday evening. This week Sigrun is spending a few Days with mrs. Hilla Johnson. Mrs. Phyllis Field Cooper was Happy to have a visit from mrs. Elmer Arason of Cypress River. Visitors with mrs. Aitken during the past week were Sisters in Law mrs. Mary Scott of Baldur miss Edith Aitken of Winnipeg also her cousins mrs. Frances Gillies and her daughters Barbara and Beverly of Neelin and or. And mrs. Alex Jakob Schuk of Winnipeg. August 11th a this above All to thine own self be True and it must follow As the night the Day thou canst not then be false to any or. And mrs. Don Norcross and daughter Nataline from Calgary visited with then great aunt mrs. Amy Wilton recently. Last saturday or. And mrs. Ken Clisby Cheryl and Karen of Brandon spent an enjoyable Day with their grandma mrs. Wilton. Mrs. Linda out and two children from Calgary were Welcome visitors with their grandma mrs. Dick Dowd. Or. And mrs. . Mcknight of Brandon were recent visitors with or. Mel Barker. About ten Days ago our Butterfly mrs. Sigrun Sigurdson took flight to Victoria where she is presently visiting with her son Ledrew. We wish her a Happy Holiday. Mrs. Edith Brown is spending a few Days in Winnipeg this week visiting with friends and relatives. Congratulations to mrs. King on the occasion of a blessed event for Linda and Wayne Mcphail by which mrs. King is the recipient of a new Little great grandson. She accompanied mrs. John Shepherd to Wawanesa Hospital to visit Linda and babe last Friday. Recent visitors with mrs. King were mrs. Garry Shepherd of Winnipeg and nephews or. Cliff Barker of Holland and or. Bill Barker and his wife Agnes from fort St. John . Several Glenboro friends and mrs. Elmer Arason of Cypress River honoured mrs. Had her Nephew and Niece or. And mrs. Phyllis Field Cooper on her 86th birthday Phillip h. Field and their son Craig and july 22nd. Daughter Karin of Bay Village Ohio . From july 31st to August 4th, mrs. Cooper visiting her. Stockton news mrs. Annie smart birthday greetings to August 16th to Mervin Farough Morley Cullen Marie Mctaggart Robert Cullen Gert Cullen Tommy Outhwaite Marie Cullen Bob Blain Dorothy Lockhart Isabelle Dowd Ruth vane Nelson Dowd Justine Van Den Bussche Iva Mcleod Jim Sampson Norma Northey Violet Boss Bernice Budd and Gladys Rolfe. Or. And mrs. Roy Farough visited at Estevan in the latter part of july with Brock and Eileen Perry and family and with or. And mrs. Bev Farough. Sid Ruth and sharia Bailey spent the last half of july holidaying mainly with Allan and Barb Bailey at peace River and touring and camping around that area. They also visited with Bob and Ellen Blain on their farm near peace River. Besides the Nice scenery they noted that almost every farm Yard and town lot was Well kept with lawns mowed and Nice plantings of shrubs Trees and Flowers. The Bailey a visited brother Bert and their friends the relays at Barrier Beach sask. And the Johnson relatives in Reston Manitoba. Joann Budd of Winnipeg spent the weekend with her parents and Bruce Budd of Medicine hat spent a week with his parents Milt and Bernice Budd. Ken Sullivan of Winnipeg spent the weekend with his parents or. And mrs. J. Sullivan and while Here took in a bit of fishing. On August 4th Margaret Outhwaite and Annie smart motored to Winnipeg and visited with l. Elders and also with Marj. Vezena still a patient in the health sciences Centre Winnipeg. . Todd Rolfe of Moose jaw visited his parents at the farm on the August Long weekend. Greg smart left August 4th to work around Aberdeen South Dakota for a month. Or. And mrs. Hib Germain visited at Wawanesa for a few Days last week. Sympathy is extended from the Community to the Bud Miller family on the passing of his Mother mrs. Myrtle. Muler of Holland. Cathy Cullen is at Camp at the peace gardens for a week. Doug Joyce and Brent Cullen visited with or. And mrs. Ken Knox and Keith and took in the Portage races on the weekend. Thelma Gillespie accompanied the Cullen a to Portage la Prairie and visited with or. And mrs. George Gravatt. Robert and Donna Cullen joined their parents sunday evening to take in sundays harness races. Mrs. Oriole Veldhuis and boys and her Mother mrs. Ruth vane Are visiting in Winnipeg for a few Days and will attend Rainbow stage and Fol Lorama. Reggie a ramblings a noted newspaper columnist Larry Zol whose portrait appearing atop his column clearly demonstrates that his ancestors walked across the red sea without getting their feet wet a says he thinks Prince Charles is a a bit of a pompous prig like his father. It would be interesting to know what Charlie and Poppa Phil think of Larry Zolf if they Ever heard of him. A it s a Happy Fella who can laugh at himself and his blunders. A letter writer in the paper claims it is wrong to name the French and English As a founders of Canada a because the real a a founders were indians and inuit. Maybe so but wherever they came from originally there a no record in our history books of either Indian or inuit having anything to do with composing and signing the letters of confederation. A burial in Friendly Egypt of the cancer ravaged body of the sex Shah of Iran will have no effect on release of the 52 american hostages says a report. 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