Wednesday, December 7, 1983

Baldur Gazette

Location: Baldur, Manitoba

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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - December 7, 1983, Baldur, Manitoba Legislative Library 200 Vaughan R3C OPS 31 I 84 46 CANADA 1983 Dropin Gets Grant Argyle Dropin Centre will receive a Jobs Fund grant to assist with Other towns in this area getting grants include Clearwater who will receive for addition to the skating Pilot Mound who will receive to replace worn floor and Glenboro will receive for improvements to the arena 45th Anniversary 2 Baldur Rinks Alive In Tankard Play Following a weekend of excellent curling the Baldur Club has still two rinks in the chase for the Tankard spot which will be played in Virden this Rob Ramage and his rink of Rick Gordon Jones and Craig Ramage have won the A side and are in the semifinals of the They will now meet the other Baldur foursome of Herman Dan Jerry DeBaets and Greg The winner of this contest will then meet Jim Wylie of Killarney in the side The winner of the and 4B sides will then meet to determine the zone This was to be played tonight 7 here in Up until Monday night both other Baldur Bob Conibear and Gordon were still in the They were knocked out of the race by DeBaets and Ramage Behind The Glass large crowds have been treated to some excellent curling since last Thursday In most cases only a point separated the winning and losing teams conditions were good and this of course helped keep the games close rinks were entered from Pilot Crystal Cartwright and Killarney as well as ladies in the kitchen were kept busy feeding the players and spectators a big few days of curling and great to have it held in big day of curling will be 17 when the Mandak finals will be played MEMORIAL HALL ANNIVERSARY In the year a Memorial Hall was built in It was a great asset to our It has been enjoyed for entertainment and many functions for the people of What would we have done without We owe many thanks to those who made it possible for us to have such a hall in our To celebrate the opening of this hall in 1938 a dance was sponsored with The Crystal City Ramblers orchestra providing the A large crowd attended and a good tune was had by It is 45 years ago on the 9th of since the Once again there will be a dance music by the same on December Come out and help us celebrate the 45th Anniversary of our Christmas Paper The Christmas edition of The Gazette will be published December Those wishing Christmas Greeting Ads should contact us