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and Low Singers, as do many other organizations in Portage Ia Prairie.

Because of the worthwhile contributions, in time, effort and expense, of this group, we feel it fitting to include their picture in this book.

BARBERSHOP SINGERS

One of the most popular of entertaining groups in Portage la Prairie has always been the Barbershop Singers who are a large organization in this city. Each quartet is worthy of mention and it's regrettable that we do not have the names of all of them. However, information on one group, the Portageaires, has been submitted. Ken Ross, Jack Hall, Doug Watson and Lloyd Hyde have participated in many Barbershop competitions in Manitoba and the United States.

It seems fitting that Terry Lee should be born when Island Park was ringing with the sound of music, dancers were dancing, and competition in various fields was keen.

Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Lee, who lived a few miles west of Poplar Point, came to Portage la Prairie to enjoy the Fair on the 12th of

Terry Lee with medals and trophies.

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