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   Roblin Review And Togo News (Newspaper) - June 22, 1939, Roblin, Manitoba                                THE WONT YOU KNOW Strip Tickets everybody is talkinf about art for half price admission to THE PROVINCIAL EXHIBITION JULY 37 BRANDON JULY 37 You can anywhere at 4 for and a dol lar to have more fun at Purebred Live Stock entries have already AH other classes doae June excepting Peony Claascs which dtostJUine Send in your entries be fore it is too PLAN TO EXHIBIT PLAN TO ATTEND 1930 CHEVROLET SEDAN Motor ground grip on the 1927 FORO COACH Real Good Shape 1926 FORD FOURDOOR Drop in and look it Good Tirtt KEAST month j Review I hand June the popular for weddings The Job Department can your order for invitations and Lflicien Brazeau Roblins weight wa box Barton of at Kam sack on the 30th of tills Lucien is in great condition and should give Barton some thing to think The Ladies Aid of the United Church will took a 25c birth day June 23rd from 3 to 6 in the basement of the Come to the tea and find your PHONE 2 CLASSIFIED ADS by Fred Alien mtotored to FOR Washing machine Axmtaater rug about 4 burner oil stove Apply tfc PERFECTO THE NEW WALL FINISH for Walls and Ceiling DECORATION PERFECTO it 0 Odorless i 0 Sanitary 0 Far Superior For Home Cleaning For Standish Roblin PUBLIC NOTICE Village of Roblin The Jtet of electors for tfce Village of Roblin for the 1939 is now open for inspection A Court of Revision will be held in the Municipal August 1st to add to or delete names from the If your name is entitled to be on the please see at Ue Municipal office If it John PUBLIC NOTICE of Shell The list of electors for the Rural Municipality of Shell River for Uie year 1939 fc now open for A Court of Revision will be held in the Municipal August to add to or delete names from tho If your name is entitled to be on the please see at the Municipal office K it Westwood TOGO Topham was a visitor ui towu last week is a guest of his sister at Victor Franklin of is visiting his paaeuts here and Roas Olson oi spent the week end ia Tripp of has spent the last two weeks in town with his brothel Abercroinbie ac companied and family on and George and Franklin and Miss Yvonne returned on Sun day tyoni a months motor trip to Vancouver and other coast Joe tianipson is testing a number of varieties of grain un der the crop testing plan on the ME 62829 about miles of He has about eight varieties ol wheat seven of cats and ten of barley What might have been a most disastrous fire was averted on Monday evening by the prompt action of Craig who noticed smoke is suing from the Qootr near chimney of tihe Craig Top ham store and at once gave the The lire had already caught in the waU and put for the quidk action of the tire brigade and citizens would cer Daindy have resulted iu the loss of several 0000 MERRIDALE Sam Syko motored to Kam aack last There was an excellent raivi here oveir the end and crop conditions are The last dance at the was weld attended and an en joyable Music wlas fur nished by the orchestra of Riumour is not always to be relied A report in circula tion to the effect that Mike Michelevitch had bought a nen Mike says ite a INGLIS Nomian RainviHe was a vis itor in town last Walter Werchster is home for the summer The rainfall over the week end was welcomed by The Ladies Aid met at the home of Bryant on Thurs June and Henry Woodkey of Angusville visited with rela tives hi town on J Smith motoired to Winnipeg on He was accompanied by Breck Betty WersohJer and Beth Brcdkenridge took their musio examinations piano at Minn edosa on Thursday ot last week A Bee was held at the cemet ery on June Although the crowd was small considerable amount of work was 0000 DEEPDALE Argent was a weekend visitor in NEW GRANDSTAND FOR FAIR GROUNDS At a well attended mteting ia the Review office Monday ev planst were made for fi nancing and erecting a grand stand with a seating capacity of 300 the stand to have booths and store room in con The financial coiumitteo comprises Messrs Now osad and and a campaign is under way for Building committee conven ors are Law The location of the is left in the hands Ellwyn and At this time the Review aaks the general public to give what you can lor this worthwhil The new stand wil add grealty to the facilities of the locai sports Voluntary donations of hiiinber and support of any na ture will be Check Any Style ny Quantii The Ladies Aid Society house cleaned the church Tuesday Miss Mae Mathews returned from Bisset Friday having spent the winter There was a large attendance at the Ladies Aid meeting held at the home of Ayer Wed nescViy Roy Sanders and daugh Sylvia returned to Fliti havkig spent the past month at the honie of and 0000 BIELD Ira Gardner was visitor at Abigails dast and Mm Grieve had rela tives from JUinois visit them last The Bield orchestra playec for a dance at Tamarisk ia Friday The liuail exams have Good loiclk IB extended to all the possibly this will lead to get together and one undertaking many more oommiunity enter prises that we lack in our vfl 0000 AT THE LYRIC Every in who saw Roblin and the great production In Old will never forget the magnificent team work of Tyrone Don Ameche and Alice tilie three great stars who did such fine work in maiking this Preparations for our annual school chMdrens picnic are nov being made by our teacher In addition for the days celebration Mies Graham of Fcstup and Freisen ot Tim in some parts of this dis Bield Abigail from the Swan River Valley visited with her son last A heavy hail storm was re beir wEU cooperate their pupils attend in having and take trict last Hail could be picked up by the handful a day 0000 SHEVLIN Grauiiield school picnic will be on June pait the event for which a good programme of sports is News from old timers who still display a keen interest in the comommity though now re siding in other parts of the Do are always of general Especially was one recently received from MacBean of McBean wishes to be re membered to aH He stales that ail the HflteburgWs doing fairly well Cecil Highway has six Chinese word ing for Their daughter Peggy is now a nice girl about a champion swimmer and diver also a line Being one of the original homestead ers of the Merridale district MoBean played a J everything that goes part hi its Prior to good this his activities were of Pro vincial By the way as Eddy Baur has been busy dur ing the wet weather pulling cars out oi the mud with his big Case Julius Ximaaier who under j went an appendicitis operation in Russell hospital Jast week Is recovering and is ex pected home this Very impoitant dates Shev lin school picnic June 28th in Shevlin on Emil Doerings alf alfa There will be base hinch and with a Misp Lydia Bertha These three actors retuirn to the local screen in what is un doubtedly a far greater picturqf Alexanders Ragtime Band the picture that hiaa swept every aujdience from coast to here and abroad right off their feet and which has drawn greater crowds than any since White and the Seven everywhere it has A cavaicade of America for tihe past twentyfive years fea tuiring aM the great past and of Irvin Berlin with the three gireat stars al ready mentioned in the leading relies and with a supporting cast consisting of Jack Jean Helen John Carradine and many oth er eqoiiaifly you can derstand why Alexanders Rag time Band is saich a mighty If you liked Jesse James Gunga Din remember Alex anders Rag Time Band is con sidered by far the greatest dont miss it on 22nd23rd24ti 0000 DUCK MOUNTAIN Last year we had the occas ion to thank our good friends ikom Roblin Makarof Tunumel and other parts for presence at our we appreciate so mudh their sup port for our This year we send you all a TC and cordial invitation for July 9th at Jlaire church grounds San We bope you wiM be with us and we wiU try to make the day as pleasant as WEDDINGS A pretty wedding place at the tunue of Mrs Yahodyn Ay of June 19th when her daughter Stella became the bride of Frank Bar The young couple were un The bride wore a floor length gown of white sateen with white Many friends attended the reception and we all wish and Baronceky miich hap At 6 on June Frieda Xtauuennan and Richard Cole tuan were wedded in Johns Lutheran The btridai processjon marched into the church to the strains of suitable music from the church Meichsne off cated in the marriage cere The bride looked veiny beauti ful in a white silk net with long veil which and carried a bouquet ol pink roses and maidens hair She was attended by heir sister Ida Zimmerman wllvo wore a maiuvo dotted organdie gown and car ried a bouqaiet of yellow with and her cousin Miss Bertha Shwartz who wove A lime sheer silk gown and carp ed a bouquet of Peadh roses with Tihe groom was at tended by Richlord Fteher and Sandy The mtile Bertha Kroll made a charming flower Following the ceremony a re ception held at the home of the brides and Coleman left fqr Winnipeg June 19th where they will make their futulre 0000 SHORTDALE Rasanussen is work ing hard making out the final But the sohoiarB are working stIH harder doing them Miss Mary Maiuta left for Roblin on Monday where she will write Her friends wish her the beat of Drought sjeemed to be the farmers Now that the rain has frost We feel as though we were living at the North Pole to see all omr fields meadows and gardens white with frost ait thte time of Everyone is eager to know when summer this Order Today BUN REVTE traveling passenger agent the while in charge the Depot oifice he sold for Shwartz Rich of the first ticket to the coast in He is endowed with many pleasant reminiscences of the early days of playing pedro wtli Tool Greenway and with aid Andy Frieda Zimmerman ard Coleman Shangste and Rich returned as and Coleman all of spent the past week with friends and relatives here They returned to Winnipeg Taylors Hardware A new stock of Ivorene Dishes now on display Priced from 10 to 30c Special on Floor Oil Cloth in cut lengths 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