Students would fall off stage

By Margaret (Stonehouse) Gentes – Wetaskiwin, Alta. I attended Graytown School and one of my fondest memories is of the Christmas concerts. We would start practising right after Halloween. Some [continue…]

Precious Memories

Music man blew out his teeth!

By Deborah (Letkeman) Welsh – Blaine Lake, Sask. In my last year in country school we were about nine students, from Grades 1 to 8. We started preparing for the [continue…]

The Lighter Side

He needs a dental do-over

A man goes to his dentist because something is wrong with his mouth. After a brief examination, the dentist exclaims, “Holy Smokes! That plate I installed in your mouth about [continue…]


Christmas Chrunches

From Gail Prior – Penticton, B.C. 1 cup chocolate chips 1 cup butterscotch chips 1 cup dry chow mein noodles 1 cup unsalted peanuts Melt chocolate and butterscotch chips in [continue…]

How Poetic

Little One

By Lillian (Rafuse) (Reisinger) Crowe – Berwyn, Alta. He was only known as “little one” As he faithfully worked from sun to sun, Trudging thru’ every kind of day, Carrying [continue…]

How Poetic

Concert At Kelvin School

By Arthur Klassen, Newton Siding, Man. South of Portage some 20 miles, Was the school called Kelvin, A place of learning for kids, A place for us a career to [continue…]

How Poetic

Santa’s Secret

By O. Lillie Randa, Kelowna, B.C. Santa had been napping and he awoke with a start Children would be waiting and he must be on his way So he looked [continue…]

The Lighter Side

De-lightful Christmas Chuckle

People are putting up so many lights on their houses at Christmas these days, you don’t know if they’re celebrating the birth of Jesus or General Electric.