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Steinbach Carillon News (Newspaper) - April 25, 1946, Steinbach, Manitoba Carillon News SERVING SOUTHEASTERN MANITOBA 1 April 1946 9 Choir Presents Cantata Once again the Obituary CM GRANDSTAND BY FIRS Toews of Stein died at her residence April following a lengthy Funeral services wiivc were held at Wednes Church Choir has won laurels day in the South End Mennonite I by the successful and impressive with burial in the farm1 presentation of the Easter Canly plot in Strassberg Mennonito tata When Christ The Loewen Easter Sunday at 8 funeral home was in charge of i While the congregation I sembled Averno Rempel at j Toews came to Canada as i the organ and Rempel a child from Russiai and lived i at the piano set the right mooa most of her life in the Niverville for the presentation by the playdistrict ing of many After the choir wellloved Easter had assembled She is survived by three Al and in Henry Brandt opened four program by reading a short se lection from the Bible and pray er then Averno Rempel made a few remarks concerning the The solo parts were sung by Miss Marie Reimer singing Per fect through Averno Rempel singing Angel at the Open Miss Regina Reimer singing There is a Gar and Steinbach Miss Elma Penner entertained Ih te os to which thousands in prewar was the scene of a spec at of and Blair McCloecl at her home on Sunday nile Not Faf Away April 21 in honor of April 25 pel was the pianist for the en John Reimer of Tourist Hote Mr i 1 It T If T11 TII1 m tire presentation with to thank the people who made the new uniforms WEDDING Rempel The constisted of 56 hoir Legion Notes SOUTH EASTERN MANITOBA LEGION BRANCH is Working temporarily Organization of the South steinbach Eastern Manitoba of the Dr and Mfs Hodgson Canadian Legion was completed ter weekend in Violrl at tVlO Miss Louise Vogt visited reiaDERKSEN A wed tives and friends over her noli1 on Aoril i in me and Raymond Hildej Mccioed has been transfered by and Ernest Toews of A V f 4VAA0I9 J Miss Alice Toews thesda Hospital visited at home 1 1 1 JM 1 Tl ff at a meeting held at the Munici pal Hall at Steinbach on Thurs dav Apri Posters had been sent to the various towns in the inviting veterans to The executive consists of the following Neil president Joe 1st vice Pets 2nd vice secretary Neil Friesen Treasurer Gordon Barkman Aaron Kroeker John in spent The Steinbach Womens Insti Harold formerly em 1 Tag Day on ployed at Barkman is now help working at Campbell Ot Miss Nora Rieger is back home tute is holding a April to raise funds to improve the loca Miss Tina Bartel Winnipeg and Aaron Warkentin Peter Schellenberg s new Winnipeg Miss Margaret secondhand store is Schultz Winnipeg and He was formerly m ine u Friesen Winkler employed at Harvey Toews Altona The Steinbach Baseball Club A shower in honor Tilly a bridetobe of was held in the was e n M d Mrg Art Reimer ft b organized for the com Mrs Herman home of and Herman nipeg and Bernard Barkman ing Officers They have uniforms and are Schalla on Tuesday April About 50 friends and Dave Loewen of ts GCVf AND FAMILY ATTEND CHURCH mer in the Kleingemeinde The bride wore a floor length white sheer with a sweetheart neck ine and long fitted sleeves with shoulderlength She carried white Attended by her Miss Mary Klassen who was attired in lime green suit with brown A re ception was held at the residence on Home Toews former resi dent and school teacher of Stein bach stopped over in Steinbach on his way to from the and Ronald Reimer jwere visiting relatives and here over Mr I Reimer recently returned from a trip to Roland Barkman and Berni iDoerksen are visiting in the U i They expect to remain a out a Some of our local permit teachers spent their Easter holi days in May who is teaching at Isaac Giesbrecht of Swan River and Elmer Reimer of Constructions of a new Elec trical Shop have begun at the North end by Letkeman and Jake The Board of Directors of the Steinbach Credit Union held a banquet at the old school on Tuesday April The will hold their Commencement Exercises on May 4th at 8 oclock in B I R T H y with Rose Maureen and the family nune on their church in The new governorgeneral behind hii family u they totte t Anglican near On April at Grace Hospi to and Otley 6f a Ronald April 8 to and Mrs John a April 9 to and Jacob a April 11 to and Louis a April 16 to and a April 16 to and Harry a April 18 to and John Loewen Body Shop is moving D HardeFf a from its former site to a new one on the corner of Elrn Another new business in Steinbach seems to be some thing of special interest to house recently discharged from the and C Peters have become house and window Continued on page 5 April to and Isaac a April 20 to and Ru dolf a April 21 to and Sam a April 25 to and Mrs a
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