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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - April 22, 1986, Baldur, Manitoba Page 2 The Gazette April Killarney to host Viking Exhibit The David Municipal Museum in Killarney will host THE VIKINGS MASTER AND ARTISANS from May 3 This travelling produced and circulated by the Manitoba Museum of Man and presents an overview of the traditional life and outstanding contributions of the Vikings or Norsemen early Norwegians and The first exhibit of this type in Western THE VIKINGS was initiatedand developed by Leigh Curator of Archaeology at the Manitoba Museum of Man and Nature and former Professor of Archaeology and Anthropology at Brandon University With this exhibit Syms hopes to dispel the erroneous and negative stereotype image generally attributed to the The exhibit reveals a fascinating insight into their Baldur Community Bingo Club Monday Night Bingo 8 Doors open at 7 Baldur Hall Blackout in 52 Diamond in 29 Nos Stamp in 31 CarryOver always Door Prize and StackUp Game Admission Extra Cards AT THE The Churches JAMES CATHOLIC Father Ray Buteau Glenboro April 26 at April 27 at 9 Dunrea April 27 at 11 Baldur April 27 at MARKS ANGLICAN Warren Marsh 8272000 April 27 Morning Prayer LUTHERAN April 27 Baldur UNITED CHURCH Wendy Rankin April 27 Church Service 10 Sunday School GLENBORO BIBLE CHAPEL Pastor Harry Friesen 10 School 11 Worship 8 technological and artistic accomplishments and looks at the impact they made on the development of European THE VIKINGS will be on display 1 to 5 daily from May 3 to 24 in the new Extension Building of the David Municipal 420 William Death Don age passed away at Brandon on April Funeral services will be held on April 24 at 2 Lottery Numbers Western Express April 16 number 1580435 and 1316199 Lotto WestApril 16 Bonus 13 Provincial April 18 number 4211068 Lotto April 16 Bonus 33 Lotto April 19 Bonus 43 Locals do well In the first game at the Brandon Tournament of Champions the Killarney Pee Wees lost 41 to Winnipeg Game Star for Killarney was Duane In their second game they lost 133 to The Jason Seaman had a goal and an assist and Travis Johnson a In their third game they defeated Jason Seaman had 2 4 assists and Travis Johnson had 2 3 Travis Johnson was 1st Star and Jason Seaman 2nd In their final game they defeated Seven Oaks from Winnipeg 72 to win the Consolation Jason Seaman had 4 goals and Travis Johnson had 3 goals and 1 Jason Seaman was 1st Star and Travis Johnson 2nd The Kiilarney Midgets also took part winning their first game 81 against Brad Januska was chosen 1st They lost the second 43 in overtime to In their third game they lost 91 to James Statistics show Brad Januska had 3 goals in the tournament while Shawn Lockhart picked up a goal and 3 Brandon Wheat Kings Midgets went on to win the Midget Jenkinsons Meat Market Locker Plant Manitoba FRESHMEATS COMPLETE L IV ES JOCK PROCESSING FROZEN FOOD PHOM m ISM tlj i Graded end Have your animals custom slaughtered and pnxwse well bring it hack to d THE 204 15352127 e A Box 280 OBO Publishers Member Manitoba Community Newspaper Canadian Community Newspaper Class Mail Registration 0401 Return all change of address undeliverable copies to above address Published The Subscriptions per in Local Notes Ian wildlife last week delivered the notorious polar bear Linda and her cub to where they were met by American officials who took them on to New Ray Gunnlaugson had the thrill of accompanying Ian to Churchill hence to Linda was a nuisance in so much as she continued to frequent the Churchill dump in spite of every effort to deter She was first captured in 1966 and had since raised eleven two of whom are in West German Thora and Ray returned from ten days at Thompson last week where Thora preferred the company of her three to the notorious Coreen and Darren Jones of Kelowna spent the midterm break visiting with Clare and Evelyn Jones and Gordon and Lauren Jones and at Killarney and Tena Messer has been with Clare and Evelyn Jones since She has now taken up residence in Pioneer Everyone was a winner at last weeks Lutheran Ladies very successful spring Topping them all was Audrey Pilot Mound who won the Floral Embroidered Her ticket was drawn by Walter The winner of the lucky draw made and donated by Florence was Weiderspick of Prince Albert Terry DeKezels Her ticket was drawn by Philip LORNE HEATRE Manitoba April 27 at Mature not suitable for children Police Academy 3 Back In Training Steve Guttenberg and Bubba Smith UJIItt PHONE FORCE 5352254 Hair Removal Hair styling Perms Hair Coloring High Lighting French Braiding Heard Trims Closed Thursdays 93 Eyebrow Arching Facials Makeup Ear Piercing
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