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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - March 30, 1983, Baldur, Manitoba Legislative Library 200 Vaughan R3C OP8 84 13 Manitoba March 1983 Recognized For Outstanding Service An Award of Merit and a book Mountains of Canada was presented to the Smith family of Baldur in recognition and appreciation for 20 years of outstanding service to the Canadian Climatological Volunteer The Smiths provide The Gazette with the weekly weather report For Red Cross The Red Cross canvas in Baldur netted this This is the largest collection in Sincere thanks to all who generously donated and to the canvassers who gave of their time so chairperson Honored On Retirement Magnus who re cently retired as Machine Operator for the Rural Munici pality of Argyle is seen receiving an engraved gold watch and chain from Reeve presented by the municipality in appreciat ion of many years of Mac operated the weed sprayer and mower for the municipality for several years in the early In 1974 he became a fulltime operating the grader and People in the southern area appreciate the good service he provided on his His shoes will be hard to We wish Mac the best in the and thank him for a job well Argyle Lodge Receives Generous Donation Argyle Lodge has recently from the estate of Anna Sveinson of a cheque for Of this total has been invested in the Building Account the balance will be retained in the Donation The new Lodge Trustee Board is Chairman Joe Vice Chairman Recording Secretary Correspondence Secretary Beauf Treasurer Board members are McTavish and Death Word has been received of the passing of Leon DeBoes age at his home in He to mourn 4 daughters and I son twins Leona and Joe Mueller and Leon all from and August Martens of Baldur and 10 grandchildren and 17 great
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