Miniota By Linda Clark
Congratulations to Blair Gardham and Sadie Luba who were married on Nov. 13. The wedding ceremony was held in the Clark barn at Isabella with the wedding reception and dance at their farm. Best wishes to you both from the Miniota and Arrow River communities!
The United Church Christian Education committee is gearing up for the annual Christmas hampers they prepare. Food donations can be left at the Miniota Co-op in the food bin. As well monetary donations will be accepted. Tis the season to give if you are able.
The highest form of knowledge is empathy, for it requires us to suspend our egos and live in another's world. – Plato
Princess Lodge By Janice Simpson
Omitted from Nov. 11 issue’s report, Princess Lodge news - sorry Bernice: Tim and Heather Graham and family were Sunday dinner guests with Les and Bernice Graham, Nov. 6.
Residents with birthdays in November – Beth Stuart, Doris Neild and Charlotte Hutton.
I went to the Remembrance service in the Aud Theatre. A very touching service. I had two uncles who served in the war. Wes Curtis and Cliff Curtis.
Harvey and Karen Veldhouse of Souris visited with Joyce Heaman on Nov. 4 and enjoyed lunch out.
Margaret Rainey has moved to Winnipeg. We hope you enjoy your new home. Keith Braybrook has moved to the Sherwood. Enjoy your new home, Keith.
Souris has invited the New Horizon to play cards on Nov. 18. Some members will go.
We are having our roof shingled on Monday the 14th so we hope there won’t be any more shingles flying around. I think winter has come. It keeps trying to snow. Oh well, we’ve lived in Manitoba for years. We know winter is cold, snowy, and icy. We still live in a wonderful country. Amen.
Ray Everett of Brandon had supper with Ethel Bowles on Thursday, last week