Power cut could not spoil the roast beef supper

Seventy hungry people enjoyed the roast beef supper at the Gadsby Bank Building on Saturday night. There was a few minutes of panic and scurry when the power went off, but the power company responded quickly and supper was only 10 minutes late.

Seventy hungry people enjoyed the roast beef supper at the Gadsby Bank Building on Saturday night. There was a few minutes of panic and scurry when the power went off, but the power company responded quickly and supper was only 10 minutes late. Twenty-three stayed for Bingo and the loonie pot continues to grow.

Visitors of the Chick family last week, Sept. 11 to 15, were Irene and John Wigham of Chilliwack, B.C. They were joined for a family dinner by Phyllis, Rosalind and family, Hazel, Harold, Glenn and Frank. Irene and John then toured around Prince Albert, SK to visit the step-brothers. Irene is the oldest daughter of Gladys (Chick) Hoosen and John Beattie.

Get well wishes to James Ross who is recuperating from an accident on the farm and suffering a broken ankle.

Also to Angela Andrews who is, at last report, doing extremely well after lung replacement surgery. We send our best wishes.

Congratulations to Tyson and Kelly Heer and Cheyanne who received their new home on their farm on Tuesday, Sept. 15. Their home can be seen from the highway and looks really good.

Wilma Glasier has a new great-granddaughter, Ryley Quinn Glasier. Proud parents are Darcy and Renée Glasier and grandparents are Harvey and Barb Glasier. Way to go Wilma!

A beautiful late summer wedding took place in the back yard of their home when Cody and Tanya Cassidy exchanged their vows. Three hundred guests joined Cody and Tanya at the Westwoods Agriplex where the Westwoods ladies served a hot roast beef supper for the reception, followed by open house and dance. Charlie and Aleta Cassidy were thrilled to have all their family in attendance and many pictures were taken to commemorate the day. Best wishes to Cody and Tanya.

Nine day guests at Percy and Paulette Heer’s were Percy’s cousin Keith and Glennys Adrian of Grande Prairie, AB. While here they took in the farmers’ market in Stettler, which they were very impressed with, followed by lunch at the White Goose with Percy and Paulette, Iona Berg and Jeanne Biesel. Also enjoyed visiting Iona in her new home in Heart Haven Lodge. Barry and Lorna Brown joined them at Percy and Paulette’s for a day of pickling and supper. They also spent time visiting cousin Dale and Eldon Van Straten and family at their home near Fenn, also with Dale’s daughter Michele and Jody Renschler, Charlie and McKenna in their home south of Gadsby, before returning home this past Saturday.

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