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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - August 10, 1983, Baldur, Manitoba Page 2 The Gazette YESTERYEARS 70 YEARS AGO Ramage had some of his Shetland Ponies at the Winnipeg He secured the following prizes Grand Championship on the Open Silver Medal offered by the Shetland for the best Shetland Pony in 1st and 3rd for Shetland pony 2nd for team Shetland 2nd and 3rd for Shetland ponies Single Drivers bushels of grain has been shipped from Baldur during the past season born to and a July William Apperley wed Morna Pearl on July 16th the Neelin Sports Miller won the 100 Bramwell won the 8legged AT THE CHURCHES Korewa Baldur Sunday at 11 Dunrea Sunday at Glenboro Lutheran Church Sunday at 1 Killarney United Church Saturday at pm Boissevain Saturday at St Warren Marsh Phone 827 2000 August 14 Phone 5372203 Next Service August 28th at 10 fMfp lit Sculthorpe won the Wheelbarrow Ricard thejfjfff JHU Married Mens Bramwell the Step Bramwell the Running Long Stevens the Standing Long Bramwell the Egg and Spoon May Bramwell won the Ladies Spoon and Egg Jackson won the Ladies Hitching Horse Young Ladies race over 20 won Married Womens race by Mrs 61 Alf Dalzell and Ruby Neelin won the Needle and Thread Maud McKay won the Potato race and Alf Neelin won the Biscuit and Whistle race shooters from each club at the Rifle Clpi Meet were Baldur Dalzell and Playfair Rock Lake Graham and Bdmont Glenora Rock Lake Smith and family of Glenboro are camping at Christophersons 60 YEARS AGO and Gunnlaugson took daughter Rosa to Winnipeg for an appendicitis 50 YEARS AGO Vic Stilwell came in third in the Winnipeg to Winnipeg Beach bicycle 40 YEARS AGO Sixteen year old Madeline Ida Frederickson drowned while swimming at Baldur Creek the Municipality passed a motion to purchase a Thompson Rotary Compressor Ether Suction Spray Machine used for giving anaesthetic in minor operations Richard Dearsley was appointed to the Argyle Cemetery Board replacing Huffman to and a son born to and George a 4th the following children had their tonsils removed at Peterson Private Hospital which has just been opened here in Baldur David Betty Kenneth Donald and Ralph Lewis and Barry Bolack and Lois NOTICE Ronald Allard of Heming Company will be at the Gazette Offices in Baldur Thursday morning between 900 and noon Phone 5352058
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