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Steinbach Carillon News (Newspaper) - May 3, 1946, Steinbach, Manitoba Carillon News SERVING SOUTHEASTERN MANITOBA 1 May 1946 10 Grunthal to have Hydro Its official news now that the village of Grunthal will soon be served by On Wednes May 1st a contract was signed by the of Hanover and the Power Commis to provide street lighting for Citizens are elated at the prospect of having electric light and and several new bu siness possible only through the use of inexpensive electric are already be ing It is expected that the power line to Grunthal will be ready in Produce Wins at Fair The Steinbach Produce walked away with 6th prize at the Manitoba winter fair with its entry of The egg show was one of the features of the fair and took in entries from all over While the exhibit was placed by the Produce the real tribute goes to the egg pro ducers of southeastern Manito ba who are producing a product that will compete with the best in the MUSKOX EXPEDITION Alphonse Hilaire is jback after 20 months service Our Doctor Gyde has recently been discharged from the Also Marcel Richard Vermette has left his restaurant to take up an other business in Joe Vermette will take his Leonel Gangne and Miss Rita Gagne had their tonsils re moved at the Boniface Hos pital on Monday April Our next weeks show is Lake Building Boom If the start made now is any ndication at Steinbach will experience one of the biggest i ofi j i 4k4 ft building booms in providhas been residing in Giroux th NIVERVILLE CHURCH GIROUX DONALD RAMSAY Floyd Burnell arrived in Win nipeg Friday April from Burnell ing materials are Hanover Motors new garage is nearing and an other garage is being built at the north end of town by Dulder Another new building is Schellenbergs which just opened for Loewen and Sons have poured a foundation the start on their new factory to be complet ed this At the Stein bach Flour Mills a big pile of gravel is an indication of things to All together with the large new school and resi dences that are to be should dispell worries of unem ployment for the coming sum Wilbur Crandall gave his farewell sermon in the Niver ville United Church on Sunday April We are very sorry to lose who has been very well liked by ths Church and wish him luck and health on his Percy brother of Bob Harrison of this ar rived home from overseas last looking as fit as ever Percy was born and raised in having lived in Win nipeg in later Henry Stoesz lost his A brooder house and 150 Miss Rita Valcourt of Bom Otterburne past two Miss Carmel former ly of Marchand spent a few days this weekend at the home of and and Mars and daughter Terry were out Satur day and Mars is the daughter of and Miss Clara Bruce and Miss Mclntyre were at the home of and Cohoe over the Jim Simpson left Giroux Tuesday after visiting old friends over the and Rougeau and twin daughter and son were out at the home of his parents and Rougeaus and Joyce were away from Giroux all day Sun and on returning Joyce when the building took fire on Tuesday afternoon April Local Man Returns 3ig pen also took fire from the brooder and was com pletely as were the contents of both This district warmly welcom ed our English John by holding a communi ty the Community hall on Thursday evening April Stott welcomed the bride on behalf of the communi ty and of the Canadian Red Stott being the pre sident of the in this dist Many lovely gifts were given to the happy A freak pig was born on the farm of George having one head and two eight two tails The ani face came to Otterburne for the weekend to visit relatives and A daughter was and Armand born to Dumont on April 23rd at Boniface Hos and Henri Nicholas and family have left Otterburne to make their new home in the LaBroquerie are and Gedeon Gobeille moving their house to the villagje of where they Abe was 1 of Steinbach returned on April 28th after spending 4 months with the base force of Fehler has sold her farm half mile East of the of machinery being held on m will The DeSalaberry Coop store of Pierre will close its doors to the public for a few to complete alteration Lucien owner of the Otterburne recently received two new army trucks New Sunday Bus Schedule Citizens who are forced to travel by bus will be pleased to hear of the new Sunday bus service started last There will be two buses going out every Sunday instead of operating on the following schedule Leaving LaBroquerie Leaving Steinbach Arriving Winnipeg Leaving Winnipeg Arriving Steinbach Leaving Steinbach Arriving Winnipeg Leaving Winnipeg Arriving Steinbach Arriving LaBroquerie The story circulates here that bus drivers applying for the Steinbach Winnipeg run must have about 3 years experience in a sardine factory before being The height of perfection in packing was reached on a warm sunny day last when 96 persons were neatly tucked 96 isjrcra moved a few bags of oats from lis and at the same time left the doors open so that the horses and cattle could Then either the culprit or a third party chased the horses and cows out of the grainary and Locked the leaving one cow All the hydro poles between Giroux and Anne have been set and the wiring is to start Woodridge April KERRY Annie Huff was taken to the Steinbach Hospital for an appendix Her parents who called to see her on Sunday have reported she is do ing who is also in the Muskox He tells April This farm is now ictcivcu kwu of special clothes and equipment occupied by and Mrs David j hih wenj immediately sold to i A T i i j Tenant anH from Her1 i ii used to fight cold which reached 60 special footwear re used to fight cold which J fin cranial i Fehler and her sembUng aTforce bST called i daughter Emma will continue to muklucks and Eskimos still liv ing in igloos and eating fish and From Churchill they flew to Norman about 1200 miles north west of Once they were forced down at Fort Smith due to heavy Fort Smith is an American weather station between the 2 The medical care was good and the men are holding out The expedition itself is to reach Edmonton on or about June Pierre Our assistant Leo pold Sabourin has left us to serw in the parish at On Easter Miss Lea Turenne of Pierre was engaged to Paul Goulet of and Arthur Heppelle are back from their trip of a few months to California and British They enjoy ed their trip Belerive and Cote Garage have engaged 2 who has been dis charged from the army and William ive in the Joseph and the Vital the hospital is doing as well as can be and Huff and several of the family visited at the home of and Carl the door from the Spectators began wondering how the driver would get now that he had finally manag ed to close the But our packing expert was Calmly walking to the other he crawled in through the and drove No casul ties were Thank You We wish to extend sincere thanks to the citizens of Stein bach for their support in the aid of the Cemetery Improvement tag was We also wish to thank the fol lowing girls Doris Thelma Elsie Elsie Veleda Le ona Corinne Friesen and Joyce who worked so hard and cheerfully to make this day a The ladies of the Berkosky of Friedensfeld on CHILDRENS HOUR IN BERLIN and Rentz were visiting friends at Marchand on It is rumored that Rentz has purchased a 4060 Rumly Tractor to aid in operat ing his saw John Schmithky formerly of Steinbach returned here to his former occupation after a stay in Winnipeg to obtain his Huff and Kes terke have returned safe and sound from their visit out Among those spending their Easter holidays in the city were as follows and daughter Matthews and Gus G Kesterke also spent a few days at Convention Easter Soft was accompanied by daugh Misses Annie and Mary Rem pel spent a few days with their Rumor has it that Mary was married some time last week after returning to the and Kalwiet mo tored out from Winnipeg over the Mike Wirgau returned home after working for a time in the We understand he was with Goberts Church service was held at the school on Erthal His text wai Continued on 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