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   Springfield Leader (Newspaper) - November 25, 1947, Springfield, Manitoba                                TYNDALL LADYWOOD in 4 tt M SEVEN SISTERS FALLS 2t POINTE DU BOtS M PINAWA 14 LAC DU BONNET 194 GREAT FALLS 2ff 8T GEORGE PUCE FALLS MB BISSETT t MAWTTOBA POINTS 171 CANADA OUTSIDE 1M TOTAL PAID 1114 ADVTS 49 DISTRICT S3 125 DISTRIBUTION 1341 LAC IK BONNET By W KINNARD Vema Brown was a guest at the annual skating party an moc casin dance of the Johns Col on Friday This was just one of the treats supplied by brother George for Vernas entertainment and Taggerson of Bird River spent Saturday in town combining Business and MM If any kind neighbor finds a box addressed to Fred of Seven Sisters Falls and will be good enough to see that King receives they will earn the gratitude of Smith of Lac du The box fell from a truck en route to Seven Sisters from Lac du Bonnet and Shield is most anxious for herdaughter to re ceive M M M and Shewfelt at tended the graduation exercises at Marys Winni on Friday on the occa sion of their daughters gradua tion from Grade Lorraine was successful in win ning the special prize for donated by the Sister Superior of the and is now taking a nursing course at Boniface School of MM We heard from Rollings worth during the The fam ily are comfortably settled to their own home at 606 Bush Sault Evelyn they all look forward to The Leaders so as to keep touch with Lac du Best wishes of the family are sent to all old friends MM S for Spring was a visitor to town on Tuesday tt Ritchie Campbell has resigned from Central Northern Airways and accepted a position with The ECO Exploration tt H Some forty local guests at tended Mark Smerchanskis freezeup party held in the Royal Alexandra on November and report a de lightful Apart from the splendid banquet the entertain ment provided throughout was of a very high order and will be an enjoyable topic of conversation for some time to The technicolor film of a fishing trip including a few local characters proved to be most MM M Ronnie Morrison and Ritchie Campbell left for Wed to take delivery of two Avro Anson aircraft which are to go into operation from the Lac du Bonnet base of the ECO Ex ploration M M M This freezeup has been one of the best for the folks in the Cen tral Mining as they were only without air transportation for three Central Mani toba utilizing the field at Lac du Bonnet were able to resume their regular schedule to the mines after this short lapse of time owing to sufficient snow being available to allow them to take off from home base on H Jim having completed his Job m has returned to Hill 60 for a few weeks H tt The snow the boys encountered at Ignace last week was appar ently slightly The official recording was 16 inches 16 feet But a few addi tional feet mean nothing to these Continued on Paga and Lanoway of Beausejour and Russell and have been spending a week in Provincial Legislative Sprinqfseld ifcadtr Volume 3 Manitoba November 1947 9 Saturday In Noyrt LAC DU A fire of unknown origin completely raced the home of Emil Dayon of River land on Saturday Within an hour of the the house and were a total At press time we were unable to get complete information of the disaster which has befallen our We would like to express our sincere sympathy to them in their great o Pointe duBois The Pointe du Bois ladies enter tained at a very pretty shower in the Community on Tuesday November in honor of Folster nee Myrtle To the strains of the Wedding played by the guest of honor was escorted to the gaily decorated chair by her and her Folster of They were presented with corsages of pink and white in an appropriate presented the bride with the many and beautiful gifts in the prettily decorated boxes and baskets from Myrtles many friends and she also took this opportunity to speed the good wishes of the Pointe ladies to an other across the Her Royal The Princess After all the wonderful gifts been duly many Ohs and their very generous A few hands of whist were then the winners being SLEEPING DRIVER CRASHES INTO CARLOAD OF REAUSEJOUR RAY GRETSINGER IN HOSPITAL Lodge and and the consolation went to A wonderful lunch was then served from a centre the centrepiece was a miniature bride and and was flanked by white tapers and pink MoltWengel and Rosen presided at the Armistice services were held in the Community hall on November and attended by members of the Boy Scouts and who all paraded to the The were read by president of the and Bissell conducted the The local branch of the Mani toba Game and Fish Association were the sponsors of a showing of films provided by the National Film Board on Wednesday eve November and which provided excellent entertainment for the enjoyment of the We understand that they intend to have more of these films in the future and they are worthy of the support of the M M Our sympathies go to and George More in the recent tragic loss of their intimate friends and business and Howard whose frozen bodies were found after a search for them was con ducted when they failed to keep a rendevous with The howling of their collie dog led the searchers to the scene of the More and his late partner were proprietors of a hunting and fishing Ament on Lake The had gone down to the Lodge to prepare the buildings for while More re mained at the Inn to act as It to believed that the Mortons boat had capsized in a storm though they managed to get to they were without means PINE FALLS AMATEUR NIGHT A HIT PINE of the Winter Clubs amateur night have been announced and their names are Johnny Bayly and Don Mac comedy with first prize honors Reg clever second place step danc Jim in third Complete list of contestants follows George pianoforte solo Dorothy vocal solo Johnny Bayly and Don Mc comedian Diana Sou vocal solo Jimmy vocal and guitar Arthur ac cordian solo Ronnie vocal solo Beryl tap dance George Sokoloski and Har land vocal and guitar Joff Beaubien and Bert violin and piano Margaret Mc vocal Ross and Bruce Hal vocal duet Jim step dance vocal solo Walter vocal and guitar imitator vocal solo Pam ela piano Neil Scotch songs Edith tap dance Ernie vocal Leonard guitar Reta Lavalee and Patsy vocal duet Doug piano Irene vocal Arvella Gar sly VALEBB MANCHESTER Ray Gret singer is in hospital and six of Beausejours young folks miracu lously escaped serious injury late November as the result of a headon seven miles west of when Robert Schuman of Bird driver of westbound fell asleep at the driver of the eastbound saw the other car head ing for him was out of control but was unable to get out of its fast enough to avoid the The Beausejour car was damaged beyond The un fortunate victims were assisted to Beausejour by Ingersoll They were given immediate treatment by while Gret singer was rushed to Boniface hospital by Russells He was suffering from concussion and will be confined to hospital for two The other six Ray Geraldine Beryl Will Eddie Chmielnicki and Bern were bruised and badly shaken I looked at the condition of the Chevrolet and readied how for tunate they were to have escaped without more serious Schuman was uninjured but his car was badly of making a and died of ex Norton came to Canada about two years ago from VMM of is visiting at the homeof and A Whist Drive and Dance to celebrate the Royal Wedding was held in the Community hall on November The lucky win ners at whist were Brow Malmer and Up ritchard and A lively dance was enjoyed by the googl and the Pointe du Bois orchestra deserved the ap Donations to help swell the Winnipeg Princess Elizabeth Wedding Fund amounted to to Obituary LAC tap dafjoe Patsy vocal George instrumen tal Anita vocal Henry vocal and Bruce by special Roy Perry and Don in charge of staging the rate a real credit for their splen did This must have been the closest thing in recent yean to what Don in his Introductory referred to as the good times held in the old hall for there can be no doubt about it that a certain feeling of com munity fellowship which has ap pered to be lacking in to many of the local undertakings was cer tainly there in that enthus ed McCulloch opened the show and introduced the master of Bill and after a short talk by Carey on the aims and obstacles of the Winter there was not one moment when a fellow could even catch time for a yawn let alone look around and start count ing the crowd but sufficient to say that hall was packed and I do mean BAZAAR AT GREAT FALLS BRINGS FOR JUNIOR BOYS HOCKEY EQUIPMENT GREAT bazaar held Monday November for a fund to supply hockey equipment for our junior was a great success and a tribute to the ladies who were in The sum of two hundred and eighty dollars was which is quite a sum since there was practically no attendance from outside At 8 p Fergusson de clared the bazaar The home cooking table was in charge of Fergusson and Sam Baker and Stewart Clarke were in charge of Christmas cards and McLeod and Howes served at the Able of miscellane ous Thorbergson was in charge of the while Walter French of Lac du Bonnet read tea The draw for the wool which the children had was won by Mark who donated it for auction which brought an extra five Kroeker being the successful The draw for the wool don ated by the Hudson Bay was won by Arthur Audley of Winni who also donated it to be It was sold for Brief Bob Hlady made a very good auctioneer and his wisecracl was quite DU BONNET George passed November Tfe funeral took place Monday from the Anglican A resident for 26 Love had been in the employ of the City Hydro until Since hut retirement he had been living at hu home on the river front A veteran of World War he served as a driver in the Trans port Division of the Army Service for three He is survived by his wife a Reginald and two grand Renshaw Funeral Home was in charge of funeral NoHriiTrUnUy LAC DU BONNET A large gathering of relatives and friends was present at Notre Dame Lac du Bonnet Tuesday to pay their last respects to Natalie who pass ed away in Winnipeg on Friday November Father Paradis The loss of Henley is the second bereavement to befall the family within six months as Mr Henley passed away on June 15 The surviving family consist 01 three girls and three boys Eva of Daisy of Edmonton Angeline of Three Rivers Archie and all of the Lac Bonnet district 47 BEAUSEJOUR CURLING CLUB BOOSTS FEES AND ELECTS RUMAK PRESIDENT Beaustjour Club met in the November to hold their annual meeting election of Paul Rumak was elected dent and the following committees were chosen to assist in the opera tion of the club Executive com Shields and Kanaroski ice Stebbe and Russell membership commit Other officers Vicepersident Stebbe B Larson is Caretaker for the winter It was unanimously approved that the fees be raised to for active curlers and for associate Curlers are asked to leave their names the membership com mittee or the secretary and it was strongly suggested that fees be paid in Shuster is retiring president FAST SPENDING AT CARNIVAL FATTENS MEMORIAL FUND BY of the past fourand ahalf years with her soninlaw and and Funeral aervices were held on November at 3 at the Beausejour Lutheran Moertelmeyer Burial was in the amily plot Russells Funeral tome was in care of arrange Surviving Best are her William 2 August of Beausejour and Edward of one Schaffrot and 13 Pallbearers were Gus and August Kling Tocholke and Gus ChorUs Wolf PINE services for Charles who died in the Pine Falls hospital Friday November after a tenmonth was held in the United November at 2 Hunter conducted the with burial in the local Bora in August Watt came to Canada while still in his He lived in Winnipeg except for five years spent Overaeas with the Royal Canadian Engineers until 1927 when he moved to Pine Falls and where he has resided He was a member of the Pine Falls Masonic Lodge as well as the Norwood Chapter He had been a member of Pine Falls and Norwood Legion He suvived by his widow his Margary of Winni peg a McKenzie Cnt and a Margaret Active pallbearers were Hib Bert Dimock and Honorary pallbearers Lid R Towler and By VALEBIE MANCHESTER War Memorial fund will be increased by as a result of the car nival held November 21 at the Town Hall under the aus pices of the Beausejour Womens Entertainment in the forms of everpoular Crown and Anchor and Ring Toss games pro vided an evening of varied en joyment for Refresh prepared and served by the Institute proved to be one of the most favored fea tures of the Much of the credit for the suc cess of the event goes to Genaske and Miss Shuster who solicited prizes from the local merchants and who responded with valu able merchandise and cash dona Also very deserving of recognition for their most able assistance in the running of the games goes to the following pub lic spirited citizens Gen Bern Shuster and of course to the mem bers of the Institute wh6 devoted much time and worked unceasing ly to ensure the evenings During the drawing of the raffle tickets Miss Greunke got a big hand from the crowd when she was asked to draw a ticket and pulled her own name from over tickets Other reci pients of the lovely prizes were Miss If Alec Meyers appears to have The New Look in the its probably because he took advant age of his winning a cold wave the donation of the Beausejour Beauty Shop and Im sure Laura Bruce would welcome suggestions as to what to do with her tractor seat The surplus prizes were auc tioned off by the worlds most persisent Joe who also displayed some psychic powers by acknowledging bids before the surprised bidders had a chance to make Andrew DoUniuk passed away at the Boni face Sanatorium on Funeral services took place at in the Greek Catholic Father Kormylo Dolenuik came to Canada from the Ukraine when he was 13 and began farming in Tyndall 46 years He also worked at the Tyndall Quarries for a He is survived by his children Selkirk Tyndall Tyndall Kenora and his MrsTWifliom Botr BEAUSEJOUR William passed away on Tues November at the home of her rott of following a Born in Mrs Best came to Canada 19 years ago afjd had spent all that time as a resident Lady Curlers EUcr Ivan RidUy I v Thtir President The annual organization meeting of the Womens Curling Club was held in the rink November The meeting was well attended and it looks like a promising curl ing season for the local outdoor The following executive was chosen presi dent vicepresi dent Jean secretarytrea surer lunch Wasnie and The draw consist ing of Campbell and Miss was appointed to draw up the rinks and prepare a For the convenience of the lady curlers are requested to leave their names at Ridleys Drug store or the Bank on or before November Much credit for the success of the ladies curling club during the past two years goes to the retiring Miss Hattie and Miss Arlene who devoted a good deal of time and effort to see that the club was run Beginners are especially urged to join and share in the TYNDALL By WAWRYSHYN took a mild stroke on Friday November at the breakfast He was taken to Gibbs at Lewis is feeling better resting at his A Whist Drive will be held on November at the Legion Pro ceeds will be in support of Food for Britain and is sponsored by the Ladies MM Herman and Anton Wink ler are one group of hunters who are getting a good start this hunting On the party built a which will be their headquarters during the They returned late in the On Saturday they collected more necessary equip ment and expect to get an early start on Monday M Billy who has been visit ing and left for Port where he will spend the of his He is in the Canadian at tached the British M M M Baby Wayne Winkler has re turned He was confined to Childrens hospital for two M A Silver Wedding anniversary party was held at the Ukrainian parish hall on Novem ber in honor of and Nicholas Semenko of John Modrzejewski spoke on behalf of all He com plimented the couple on their many years of service to the com Semenko has operated the Post Office in Sand hill since its He also operates a general A sterling silver set of flatware was presented to the and Semenko have five chil John and MM The Tyndall Ladies Club will hold a Bazaar at the Orange hall on December The club met at Curries on Wednesday and and spent the afternoon quilting in preparation for the M MM Joe Bukoski has returned home after being confined to the hospital for some M w Herman Winkler is feel inc quite well after an operation a short time M M M and Joe Queen and have left by rail for a trip through Minne apolis and Queen is being replaced by Bill McCul H of was struck down by a truck on the TransCasuda near Harry in He was taken to the where he was confined for a M M Roski has left for Port where she will join her husband who is employed with the Port Arthur She will remain for the M M and Hector Sinclair and are visiting in as guests of and Fred Tepilo and M H We are sorry to report that George brother of Andrew passed away in Winnipeg on Novem ber MM and Charlie Foster of and formerly of left this week on an ex tended trip through the United States that will eventually take them to the West While at the Coast they expect to drop in on a number of former Tyn Weddings Ebeling Cowic PINE marriage of Aleia eldest daughter of and Gordon took place November in the United church to Edward Ebeling of Hunter offi The given in marriage by her wore a tailored suit of Her accessories were or brown she wore a corsage of pink Miss Merle Cowie was her sisters She wore a turquoise blue afternoon dress and matching Her corsage was of Talisman The groom was attended by Lome A reception was held at the brides home after the Lome Gretsinger proposed the toast to the The bride and groom left by bus to make their home at La Plans are being made for the Beausejour School Concert billed for November at the Town at Officials in charge report that it pusjnlni to be one of the best of local talent yet   

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