‘Be proud’ of Stettler’s honest people

While travelling through your town on June 3, we stopped to gas up at the No Frills gas bar.

Dear Editor,

While travelling through your town on June 3, we stopped to gas up at the No Frills gas bar.

I accidentally left my diamond willow walking cane at Pump No. 3. The missing cane wasn’t noticed till two hours down the road at Provost.

I thought I would never see it again. When we arrived home, we phoned No Frills Gas Bar and they reported that the cane was in their possession and that they would forward it to me in Souris, Man.

The cane belonged to my uncle, who served overseas in the Second World War, and it has great family memories.

I am age 82 and use the cane all the time. We received it through the mail and I can’t thank the No Frills Gas Bar people enough for their honesty.

You should be proud of people like this who live in Stettler. They made my day. This kind act is appreciated very much. Thank-you.

J.F. Devins,

Souris, Man.

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