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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - June 15, 1983, Baldur, Manitoba Legislative Library 200 Vaughan R3C OPS 1 II 84 23 Manitoba June 1983 New Shop In Town Huge Success Collins Carpet opens its doors for the first time last The new shop is located on Main Street next to the Win Consolation Event The Baldur Vikings won the Consolation Event at the provincial high school soccer championships held in Winnipeg on the They lost their opening game 21 to last years champs from Minne dosa 21 after1 a kickout following In the final game they downed Vladimir Vladiators The team consisted of Grade 10 and 11 Seen here are back row Coach Murray Keith Terry Kelly Mark Bamage and Dean second row Reynold Bob Will Elaine VanDamme and Brad front row Guy Randy Mike Cory Dearsley and Dean Missing from picture are Darcy DeBaets and Curtis Baldurs 4th Annual Dashdays Event got off to a tremendous start on Saturday morning when warm sunny weather greeted 650 people who turned out to attend the free pancake and sausage The three propane grills were kept busy from 8 to 10 handling the huge The pancakes didnt run out but unfortunately the 900 sausages did run out before all could get a During the breakfast everyone was treated to some fine and colorful entertainment by the aerobic dance This was a super show and added greatly to the days Gallons of coffee and juice were also available and the Baldur Motor Hotel came to our rescue by providing many jugs of The day followed with a very successful rummage sale by the a ball games for the Belgian bowling tournament and a dance at Several photos can be seen elsewhere and more photos will appear next Death Funeral services were held in the Baldur United Church on June 11 for Annie Agnes Mathers who passed away June 7 at Baldur District She was 95 years Interment was in Baldur
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