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Roblin Review And Togo News (Newspaper) - July 8, 1937, Roblin, Manitoba RENPMW SiaMPeaal trtrieatlen Z7 til RaWln Aak VMM Vu Reblk W v Nona tVmily Aivin bayiia Charlie Gerald Zelta Annia JUH1 RINGS Wedding up Wedding and Shewer Oifta ALL MAKES OP CAN RADIOS SCHICK AND PACKARD RAZORS HEM1NG WATCHMAKER JEWELER THE MANITOBA HARDY PLANT NUMSEMY OROPMORE MANITOBA Whan yaw think af ar parannial flanara think af Tha leading nuraary in Waatarn Canada frew aur hardy ta in yaur H will pay XMI wiaH tha nuraary and aalaet yaur awn Cwart Gladys Elaanar lona Hugh Eileen Arthur Murray Margaret oeorge Dumoni Ruby GRADE II Edna Hugh Shirley Pat Patricia Thalma Bab Jack Evalyn Violet Lattia Jva Mary Edna Annia Ruth Me WaHar ftaaart Prank Percy Trevor Mnr earet Stalla lvan Jaa Margaret Sau Olivar GRADE TO GRADE 4 Freda Oaarga Chriaaia Nail Jim Myrtla Rob i Kathlaan Lawrence Elaanar Jaan Annia Baaaia Narman Stanley Tom Marjaria Helen John Clifford Nix Phil On GRADJK 4 TO GRADE 5 Maragarcrt David Tom Ed Tfca Sign of BAWLF RtUabtUty Experience Courtesy Without you CM en Bbwtf afoul to BAWLF GRAIN COMPANY LIMITED DEPENDABLE PACKK CRJIN C I I K i NSl 0 ANT BONDi D Wl MM i sy ON US Three Essential Points Whan you decide on Binder Twine you know you can caunt on United Grain for HIGHEST QUALITY TWINE A PRICE HELD DOWN TO A FAIR BASIS H DELIVERY OF TWINE WHEN YOU NEED IT Lat yaur Agent knaw that you want Twine so that yaur aupply ean ba raady far ELEVATOR AT DEEPDALE Sidney SUiaabath Batty Kannath Chartatta Waliia Calvin Jack Gladya Jack an Audray fata Maria Megan Edith Saahia Jim Gtan Alica Albert Stanley Lyla Schneider Arthur Dalaraa Pata Aubrey Orton GRADE V TO VI Honors Betty Gilbert Morgan George Har Edna Audrey Faulconer Ar thur Adelaide John Cameron Isabel Charlie Paaa Mervyn Mick Annie Annie Shrei Rita Mavis Elsie Colin Cam George Lillian Ar dia Joyce Mary Conditional Donald GRADE VI TO GRADE VII Jana Ratta Mary Margaret Polly Jaan Margaret Henry Gaorgana Stanley Raaia Aliatair PaaaArthur Martha Ann Buryla Cameron Eva Maria Gard Eunice Rubin Ray Harold Wastwaad conditional Joan Wagg Victor Hay conditional Ethel McBride promoted on GRADE VII TO GRADE VIII Helen Ralph Hannah EPP Roy Marguerite Nettie Batty Bern ice Erma Victor ia Bern ice Jean Francis Marjorie Mabel Mildred Ash Tony Jean Earl Bruce Nick Irene John Margaret TJoyick Gor Murray Jaan Conditional GRADE VIII Margaret Sybil Alice Jean Ruby Lily Helen fteryl Lbna Ivy Audrey Hiamia Lillian Jim Pass Jean John Colin Donald Gladys Eva Joe Sadia Harold OaLa Evalyn GRADE IX TO X indicated within to ba written off in Sep tember before pupil can proceed with tha work of the wholo John Francis Jaan Tina Patricia Lagan Mina Rosa Juno And ronyk Viola Jakaman Betty Jack Funk science Alton Robinaon comp Keait com Jacob Znak Arnott Hartmeir Cheavins acianca Maria Baptiste GRADE X TO XI Honors Margaret Clar ice Beatrice Ethel Betty Charles Tom WalUr Ronald Margaret Mildred Gwyneth Doric Moreen Doraan Yeo Tom A it kens Norma Dunlop Dillin Cameron Millar Schnai dar CHURCH NOTES UNITED CHURCH Tha Church of Laatmg Friendship Entar the Opan Pray Subject Springs Second of a of summer sar nuuic tfryou SPEEDWAY LOW PRICES Yau COODYEAR LOCAL NOTES Waraatk laft taday f ar Miaa Kalaa raturnad from Selkirk HaJliaay was a viakar ta avar tha wsak Batty and Rubin toft far laat Miaa Ktiaabath Grose laft Monday ior and and family were viaitora ta Dauphin on and Turner laft Sunday for on a holiday Miss Amy Starr af was a visitor at her home in Roblin on Do minion Miss of spending the holidays at her of a guest at tha of her principal of Erikadala ia a holiday viaitor with W of North is a guest at the home of her and Groenaway and family laft Wednesday morning by car for Morrish and son Bill of Toronto ara guests at tha of and of tha Fadaratad Mal ay ia visiting with his sister Bakar laft Tuesday afternoon for Kamsack where he haa obtained em ployment for tha Miss Miss Miss Simpson and Warken tin left Sunday for Cloakie and four Kenneth and Evelyn ot ara visiting at Stratt and Alex Ritchie left for Crystal City by car Wednes day The Margsret and Beth Me of ara viaiting at the of Misses Mc WhirUra Miss Blanche of the Child is hbidaying at the homa of her in town for two Radio station will broadcast time on dot of each hour up to S This feature com menced June 28th and Newton and son Frank to Cloar Lake on Newton remaining there for next two Work has commenced on tha Beni to A government scarifier start ed operations When road in fit gravel will be apraad and transportation bo lass hazardous than it haa been all Chaat Clinic from Ninette san atorium ovar 200 parsons during tha laat Raaidanta in tha unorganized territory and those recommended by local doctors were abla to taka advantage of this fraa madfeal aarvica in eonnaetion with In a recant livestock ahipmsnt comparison in is indication of tha difference be tween finished and unfinished shipped 10 and 3 his net returns were an averaga of par Tha cattle had been grain fad for 100 days previous to and ware of baby weighing in all Legion Sports Legion Sports held July 1st successful in all Ths presented a gala appearance with bunting and commsmora of Dominion Day and in support of the bright day large fullpro gramma of sports made July 1st this year a day to Eight ball teams enterad from Dau Postup and Roblin Dau phin won tha final gama after a hard fight with Softball proved popular 17 entering from Sif and Roblin not permit tha listing of tha various Many fast and furious provide excitamant for and of feature of eupsrviaad by proved all en were hard hitting In heavy weight class Vic Parrot Probouchuk Lunan Brazeau vs Camay Bowes va In featherweight Stan Sam Dixie Prokiptiaz ara all prom iaing young Many triad thair skill at horseshoes with coming first follow ad by De La But we cannot forget greasy pig with making tha Roblin band was in attendance during the Midway draw Bingo Bingo Hit dat pill am aura to tak a apill games of of pat ronizad by young and Tha day closad with picture shows and a manatar dance in tha auditorium utic by tha local At The Movies This week tha Lyric praaants the film varsion af that famoua novel and play Tha Cardan of starring Mariana Dietrich and Charlaa Boyer and featuring Tilly Basil Rath Joseph Shiidkraut and many of most famous Filmed in entirely new picture praaants a famous play far batter than producer could present it an tha lagitianata aaautiful par tray without tha aid af now taeh nicalar which catchsa avary tint ex actly as nature colored Garden of was rated faur stare by which the highest rating given any picture and this auaarfa commenda tion is given because film is not only a beautiful work of art but cause a marvellous story perfectly acted by some of filmdoms brightest stars snd because it is a picture that will grip you with its thritlng drama and hold you spell bound with its beautiful Marlene Dietrich and Charles Boyer ara said to turn in the best perform ance of their and when one their acting in various other The Garden of Allah promises to give us some of the finest acting seen on the Special short subjects will be on the same which should make a most evenings entertainment for week the Lyric presents Fred die Bartholomew and Madeline Car roll in of authority which lake to impose legal prohibitions on might with propriety some times be applied to there any tenable for why car owners should be out of per frequently budgetbolstering of taxing The motorist of small income givea from 12 to IS of his years work to pay taxes clamped upon hin simply be cause a small was recent finding of a survey con ducted by the American petroleum in accuracy of which may be challenged in some But motorist will susupect that it may be on side of does not need to bo told that over Canada a whole the automotive tax burden he now out of all proportion to Neither he need to be told that the levy on gasoline an undisguised sales tax on a necessity for in income Nor he require an adding machine to prove to that it heaviest on man of moderate who can least afford to pay plight would be bad enough if money were used for his But when most of it is diverted to other surely as a matter of common there ought to be legal prohibition against such whole sals DIED his Merr on July a pion eer who for 35 resided in Sympathy extended to widow and Stsve Pro and Paul also to his sons Tom and ADh under this head 14e par minimum par caah with FOR a pair Roblin j8p one bay on tear on it iff in front Owner may obtain by proving ownership and paying J7c PERSONAL GET VIGOR AT ONCE lfllLii NEW OSTREX Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster and other One dose up If not maker refunds price paid write Mitchells Drug r Cranwell PRAYING All Orion To Roblin ROBLIN REVIEW An independent waakly awaliakaal at Raalin in avary Thuraday merrelng by SuaacHptien rataa Canada WOODS HICKS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Dunlop Block Phone 22 ROBLIN KERR DENTIST 9 to 12 and 1 to 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