Weddings, birthdays and trips

Congratulations to Lorisa Schilling and Danny McAllister who were married on Saturday.

Congratulations to Lorisa Schilling and Danny McAllister who were married on Saturday. Their ceremony was in a beautiful outdoor setting in a field of wheat on the farm of the bride’s parents, Morris and Lorna Schilling.

The ceremony was officiated by Justice of the Peace Lorri (Boehlke) McLeod and the music was supplied by Lori (Robertson) Blake. The reception and dance were held in Stettler.

We wish this fine young couple all the best in their marriage. The newlyweds will be making their home in Stettler.

Florence Tucker spent a week in Toronto visiting with her son Darcy Tucker, his wife Shannon and their children Owynn, Cole and Cane. It’s hard to believe the grandchildren are 16, 15 and 10 years old already.

News from Ken and Eleanor Schultz’s Great Endiang Balloon Race — one of the balloons launched on July 26 was found by Dorothy Stoltz at Coronation on the grounds near the Coronation hospital.

Congratulations to Tom Sinclair on celebrating his 65th birthday with a surprise party at the Byemoor Hotel on Saturday evening. Tom was joined by a small group of family and friends. The surprise gathering was organized by Tom’s daughter Raelynn Knowles. Enjoy being on the government payroll now, Tom.

We extend sympathy to Mickey Pearn and the McBride family on the passing of Mickey’s close friend Les McBride in Stettler last week.

We send get well wishes to Dave Sisley who is recovering from surgery. Dave is a member of the floor curling club in Endiang.

Mickey Tucker, Donnie and Blanche Johnson, Velma Gore, Irene Brooker and Shirley Lumsden were among those attending the Country Music Jamboree at the Big Stone hall on the weekend. Donnie, Irene and Shirley entertained as part of the Country Friends Band.

Keep in mind the bridal shower for Caitlyn Keith, bride-to-be of Tyler Dickson, on Sept. 4 at 7 p.m. at the Byemoor Hall. Ladies are asked to please bring lunch.

Thought for the day — “Golf is the most popular way of beating around the bush.”