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   Steinbach Carillon News (Newspaper) - February 21, 1946, Steinbach, Manitoba                                Festival Society Invites Entries A meeting was largely that the interest and through tne eilort and entfiusi asm for tnis project Wlli bring asm ol r on i to discuss the about a stead nse m member ot reorganizing a Festival shlP and lhat lhe lestival THE LCCAL NEWSPAPER OF SOUTHEASTERN MANITOBA be verv Otterburne Leading in Prefontaine Cup Series Quf thg entire 6Q gaw e SOundly trounced and very i hockey they are capable beatsuch a It will be of The duties much Steinbach team i ing Otterbrune by a 43 most interest to all and Saturday nite tofore ahead j on Otter Society in This pre liminary meeting was held in trie btuinbach High School was attended by about twenty A provisional committee was chosen to iind out what support there was in the town for such a project and to can vass for Then a meeting was held on were At this meeting the exe consisting of seven was chosen of the whole machinery for the music festival in Accordingly the executive has met four times to date Various committees have been set up whose members sprang into action as soon as they were ap pointed the programm for tne syllabus was gone over care fully and adjusted to present needs adjudicators have been contacted and their presence at the festival made certain the necessary music has been pur chased membership cards have been printed and distributed and the syllabus has gone to The festival is to take place at the Central Church on Thursday j back from a two months and May 30th and 31st All entries are to be in by 1 February 1946 1 Lay that shovel down H mat aiiuvei Trentham NeWS Brand and Friesen p tODD NOW Local Reporter This being the first copy of the Carillon every district should give it a heartv support on Steinbach ice by subscriptions and Most play the kind of of us have long been waiting for will Modern Contractors is the name of the newest business en terprise to be formed in Stein Its business will be excava 2 games to one in the Prefounj showing plenty of Of Sreat importance to ratei Cup a good passing outscored payers will be to read the report I After beating Niverville in the Steinbach 8 goals to of the Council Meetings each I It is important that 2 out of earned the on Thursday win for in the them would send the series in to the full five games while if The first game was won by Otterburne wins they are the Otterburne by a The champions of the Carillon Hockey A njdge of good capa LVV duty trucks all the major equipment of Anne to the efforts of Hanover the road to jTrentham District was kept The people of this district appreciate the good Con Ken Moore and Vic gratulations to whom it may con both members of the 1932 Olym It is a necessity that such pic team which won the world i outlaying districts have roads championship in have OMAR TOUGAS and Trudeau are been refereeing the series to May Apply to Miss They went to Vancouver visit ing their uncle and other rela tives and From Van couver they crossed to Victoria and then following the for entry Entries coast to San From are open to all schools and indihere they went to Los Angeles viduals in Southeastern Manito1 where they spent the Christmas holidays with They al tithe membership of the Socie ty llow stands at We hope went to visiting Otterburne j 10 11I1UUI LdllU Uiai clll l1 3 So its do or die for Steinbach activities be recorded from time the John Brandt A totime j and Paul both of Stein are partners in this new Both men have ample experience to their Canning Factory in Steinbach We hear from an authoritive source of course that organiza tion is under way to form a canning company in this com Meetings are scheduled for some time in While this paper is keenly interested to see more industries developed in rural because of the opinion that zation will ment and market gar more direct watch open in order to have communi cations with the Some mothers are still anxi ously waiting for their boys to come home from Paul who served over seas for several years has re jcently He spent a few 1 weeks at He is now in Welcome Home Dinner Planned Board of Womens In Winnipeg waiting for his broth stitute and Town Board memI er Joe who is expect W TV AA HiV111 I bers have completed details of to return from arrangements for Welcome j A great deal of discussion has Home dinner to be given in been going on the propos honor of the local lads of the ed Highway from Sioinbach w armed The big problem i south to the Of course PI g Viwas to the addresses of all most of us know nothing defi tnp of Needless to lhe boys now of I nite about whether it will be and Trudeau great tow but the invitatfon com a reality or just another J ly enjoyed their Harry Vestraus mittee has looked into the mat ter thoroughly and it is hoped ZEPH AUDET Father French inspector from was visiting the Otterburnes Schools and Malos Also amongst was the publicity director of the Catholic Miss Berthe also of Toussaint Vermette of Pierre is a patient in the Bo niface Hospital wishing him a speedy McVicar a nephew of accidentally killed in was burried in Otterburne West Cernetary on February The burial ser vice was read by Steve and Paul Er nest and Paul Carriere and a few others are busy cutting hard wood under contract for the newly built handle factory in Pierre which will start operating some time in early Our junior hockey team suf fered a defeat with Grunthal 10 last week on Otterburne For the past week Gerry Ver mette has been at Boniface We wish him a prompt A baby girl was born to and Adelme On January and Carriere celebrated thei 20th wedding anniversary at their among friends and Two of our Otterburne Gerry and Eugene were over at Crookston and Thief Riv er playing hockey for the former Boniface college stu dents A whist drive was held in the Otterburne Catholic parish hall on the 10th of was completely destroyed by fire that nearly everyone concerned on January He is a farmer from residing three miles north of will receive an The big blowoff is scheduled for March Wish some one who has more de finite facts about the proposed Highway will enlighten May be the Council can tell How about it The CARILLON NEWS makes its Bow It is with some and a great deal of that we present to you the first copy of the Carillon The response to our announcement some two weeks ago has been All doubts concerning the feasibility of publish ing this paper have Letters of and a substantial number of paidinadvance are con vincing proof that the people of Southeastern Manitoba and are interested in a local With such endorsement it will be easy to make the CARILLON NEWS a good In perusing this please bear in mind that this is the first copy and by no means a perfect specimen of what a local paper should be we have much to learn but are tackling our selfchosen task with enthusiasm and an open You will notice that this copy does not contain news from as many places as we would like to but until every every town and every hamlet has its reporter we shall not Then are working on obtaining several good special a Farm Commentary by a man whose knowledge of local con ditions U so thorough that the printed page will hardly do him justice and other To help good neighborlinems among our com to pnjjplpt Individual and community shall always be Principle of the CARILLON J THE EDITOR Veterans Of interest veterans will life Will they ian life Will were the questions discussion Now we know the If we can supply the the men are only too glad to We see it every day here in Stein Ben Sobering was driv ing the milk truck before he was out of Frank Martens went back to his job at Canada Packers Albert to ope rate a cat for the Nickel went into One particularly ambitious lad is holding down two jobs caring for the skating rink and night Another modest chap will try his hand at salesman and so It is almost im possible to mention them all but we are under the im pression that there isnt a single one who is not eager to take a job and make good at Agricultural Society Busy The Board of Directors and Club Leaders of the Hanover Agricultural Society are intent on organizing more boys and girls clubs this In 1945 there were 6 calf clubs and one grain members this year hope to see in addition to these several swine and poultry Parties interested should make haste to get in contact with or any one of the directors Jim Peter Goos Loe Herb Pe Frank Klee Bill Giroux Klassen and   

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