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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - March 25, 1986, Baldur, Manitoba MAR 2 7 1988 m 87 12 CANADA March Denis Rocan wins Denis Rocan had little trouble a win for the Conservative Party in Turtle An unofficial count shows the following voting numbers f Denis Gordon Ross Liberal Bob The NDP under Premier Howard Pawiey were returned to power with a narrow They captured 30 the and the Liberals took 1 for a total of Complete area poll results available next Judo Lessons Judo lessons will be starting April 5 for 8 Instruction will be given by Bill Embury of Emphasis in class is placed on good fun and observing traditional Japanese If enough interest is shown grading will be done at the end of the eight weeks and Belts awarded in accordance with provincial association Purchase of regulation garments will be Parents are welcome to observe Ladies take up a new sport for physical Bill is planning a special program for To see ad elsewhere in Sponsored by your Recreation Lutheran Ladies meet The regular meeting of the Lutheran Ladies was held on March 5th at the home of Donna Money was donated to the Kristjan Jonsson Fund in memory of Sigvaidason as well as to the operation of the inchurch Sunday We will be donating to the lunch put on by the Hospital Book Committee on April At present we are making a quilt to be The draw will be at our Spring Bazaar April Our next meeting will be at the home of Leola Campbell on April The Barons season came to an end last Monday when they lost out to Wawanesa 52 in the final game of the best of 5 semifinal Barons held a 10 lead after the first with Gerry Ban scoring from Darcy Dearsley and Mike They continued to lead 21 after two with Darcy Dearsley scoring from Mike Johnson and Gerry Barr while Brian Pilioud got the lone Wawanesa Wawanesa did all the scoring in the third as Jamie Argue scored from Struth and Matt Johnston Bob Graham from Al Proulx Johnson from Dale Cory and Struth and Argue from Johnston and From the Stands missed this one but apparently the Barons just ran out of steam Argue for Wawanesa was the main cause of the Barons defeat as he was the top Wawanesa marksman Barons took 10 penalties and Wawanesa 9 Hat Pool Winners were 1st period Laurel 2nd Norman Campbell and 3rd Tracey Williams the 5050 Draw was won by Cherryl Gullett of Wawanesa Barons attended a tournament at Somerset on the weekend and won their first game against Swan They then lost their next two games to Somerset and Mike Johnson and Gerry Barr were picked to the tournament allstar Notre Dame won the 1st Event and Swan Leon the The Barons would like to thank all their fans for their faithful support over the past Special thanks to those who donated toward the Calcutta at Awards night has been set for April More on this The Gazette also thanks Ted Pearsley for providing us with the scaring results following each Baron Next year Too soon to tell but hopefully we will again have a The team used midgets Brad Jeff Bannerman and Shawn Lockhart at the tournament and there is no doubt if they are available next year they would help the Some players have indicated this will be their last year and replacements will have to be found if the team is to be around in Only time will tell but they did provide us with many an entertaining night this past Whens baseball practice I Review9 held at Baldur Manor This we enjoyed having a Wedding We shared pictures and stories the first few On Wednesday we prepared the Activity Room for our wedding gown With flowers and artificial wedding cake the room took oo a real wedding In the we all gathered in the Activity along with and With Hanks proposing the toast to all the brides the Review With the accompaniment of Ann Hanks playing the violin and Sharon Bannerman the Tony Fraser escorted the Lorraine Weddall was the first bride wearing her own gown Next was Shelley Geirnaert wearing her own gown Kathy Desrochers modelling Gladys Darlings gown Leanna Martens modelling Bev Stephensons gown Shawna Rigaux modelling her aunt Linda McDonalds gown Nicole OE 6
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