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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - April 6, 1983, Baldur, Manitoba The Gazette April 1983 YESTERYEARS 80 YEARS AGO The new paper in Swan Lake is to be called The Echo cow belonging to John has twin calves both perfectly formed Joe Wray is building a large residence on 1st Street thanks to the efforts of the residents of Glenora are enjoying regular mail service George Landerkin was wed March 25th the three dwellings moved into town last and the conversion of the old Methodist Church into a dwelling and implement show rooms the following building is also assured for this spring some being underway at the present time 1 story frame dwelling on Third Street about completed Joe 2 story frame dwelling on First under construction Playfair lumber Boldur Hardware WEEKLY SPECIAL Earthworm Castings Plant Food For All Plants indoor or out AT THE CHURCHES Korewa Baldur Sunday at 11 Dunrea Sunday at 9 Glenboro Lutheran Church Sunday at 1 Killarney United Church Saturday at pm Boissevain Saturday at Third about completed Frank 30 foot addition to McCormick building Playfjir residence at corner of Second and Gary Members of the Methodist church a brick edifice on old site next to parsonage improvements in Hotel the new school is as yet not an assured fact but if undertaken this year will cost four more new residents have moved to town and Sharp and two children who have taken residence in the Fowler 70 YEARS AGO The following officers were elected for the Glenora Bine Association Bruce Frazer First Lander Second Brinkworth AM A 4 miles from Glenora is being offered for sale at per acre Pooles farm west of Baldur 29514 was being offered for sale for per Craig has rented his farm in 413 to Ritchie of Herbert Clark left last Saturday for Wadena with a car of horses and implements Mr Crayston is renting his farm this year to Brinkworth Lyons has purchased Stephens stock and implements Edgar Johnston and familv have left RosehiU to reside at Calgary born to and Sydney a March 18 60 YEARS AGO Paper Missing BaCdufc Phone 5372203 Warren Marsh Phone 8272000 April 10 Worship Childrens Program April 10 Worship Conducted by Percy Shepherd April
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