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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - November 4, 1986, Baldur, Manitoba Page 2 Broadway to Somerset The CCNA take o Shot at These Ammunition Red Clothing available at Valley Firearms 5372406 or 5372621 Its Never Too Christmas Shop 25 Light Out Door Sets Color Bright Outdoor Bulbs of 8 Ender Curling Canadien Aluminum Sticks e95 Canadien Replacement Now On Display Great Ideas for Christmas Toys and Games Small Power Tools Hand Tools Sporting Goods Cash and Carry Desrochers Lumber you can thrill to the excitement of 9 even though you dont live in New York Shubert Alley will trace the evolution of the Broadway Let Richard Hurst and Ross Houston lead you through an evening of laughter and written for the Broadway which is guaranteed to leave you whistling your favorite tunes all the way Thrill to Broadways early years the 30s 40s the music of George Cole Richard Rogers and Jerome Kern to name a Shubert Alley is the second concert in the Tiger Hills Concert The place is now the Somerset Community November 9th is the The excitement starts at Dont miss out Even if youre not a you can still There will be tickets at the door for per If you require any further information please feel free to contact the Tiger Hills Arts Association at Anniversary tea An anniversary tea for Ken and Lilias Martin was held in the Baldur Drop In on October Out of town guests from South Winnipeg and Belmont were The hall was decorated with farm decor horses as Ken and Lilias farmed for many years before moving to Ken and Lilias would like to say a big Thank You to the people that helped at the It brought much happiness to Ken and Lilias to share their special day with friends and From The Churches For all the This past weekend many parts of the Church celebrated All Saints Simply this is the day when we remember all the saints past and present who make up the Christian We might think of people like Francis of known for his simplicity and love of animals and nature Mother Theresa of who cares for the the sick and dying or Maximillian a priest who gave his in place of a man with a in Nazi concentration these three are in that they reflect the image of Christ the people around But you you and I are called to be saints to faithfully reflect the image of Christ to the world To believe in God To Show our love for Him in our and in all that we To help the the sick and the All the both great and small reflect Gods love into the How good saints are you and I The Warren Marsh Spruce Woods Electronics Home Furnishings THE HOME GOODS CENTRE Satellite Systems at all prices PHONE 8272145 GLENBORO THE GAZETTE Tel 204 i5352127 Box 280 ROK OBO Editors Member Manitoba Community Newspaper Canadian Community Newspaper Second Class Mail Registration 0401 Return all change of address undeliverable copies to above address Published Tuesdays by The Subscriptions per in Where Are They Now CHRISTINA Jamieson Treherne Collegiate Grad 70 Christina is a Registered Nurse at the Health Sciences Rehabilitation She and her Larry have three Garret and Christina is the daughter of Goodwin and Pat Sveinson of Winnipeg formerly of Theresa Van De Kerckhove Treherne Collegiate Grad 85 Theresa is a utility clerk with Great West Life Assurance in She is the daughter of Ted and Linda Van De Perry Dowd Glenboro School Grad 71 Perry is presently employed with the City of Winnipeg Finance Treasury He and his wife Araina have one Perry is the son of Cliff and Marge Dowd of formerly of Mona Lesage Treherne Collegiate Grad 83 Mona worked at Batons as a secretary and then obtained a certificate in travel from Success College in She is presently working for Flair Travel in Mona is the daughter of Romeo and Denise Glenora News A large crowd attended the Fowl Supper on Sunday We hope everyone enjoyed it as our food supply was running rather low at the Its rather hard to anticipate just how many will Recent visitors with Beulah Odell were Gordon and Velma Hainstock of Brandon Ken and Joyce McElroy of and Len and Glenice of Paul and Amy Kardal of Ninette visited with Minnie Comber on Sunday and took in the Fowl supper while Bob and Judy Borus and Blaine of Winnipeg visited on the weekend at the Harry Comer Winners of the Grand Opening draw at the hardware are 6 coke Lionel Redpath Boomerang Jeannie Martens 6 coke Johanne Van Damme Coveralls Andy Van Damme 6 coke Lori Van Damme 6 coke Ralph Ballantine Plaque Jack Thomas 6 coke Kelly Goethalls rack May Sutton Vest Armand Desrochers 6 coke Edith Martens Divided dinner trays Kim Desrochers 6 coke Charlie
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