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   Steinbach Carillon News (Newspaper) - May 10, 1946, Steinbach, Manitoba                                Carillon News SERVING SOUTHEASTERN MANITOBA May 1946 11 MINUTES OF MEETING Meeting of Grunlhol Village A special meeting was called by the Grunthal Village Com mittee for May which was held in the school at There were 22 taxpayers pre The meeting was openeu by the who told us that the Manitoba Power Commission has signed a five year contract with the Rural Municipality of Hanover for street lights in The chairman then asked the taxpayers which would be thrj easiest and cheapest way to clean up the street in the and how much help could be gotten free of charge for build ing Discussion took Moved by Guenther and seconded by that each lot owner clean up all the small stones and brush in front of his lot at his own ex pense the big stones will be re moved by the Municipal Cater pillar at the expense of the vil Moved by Hiebert and seconded by that the time limit for the cleaning of the streets is granted till the 1st day of lune Moved by Schellenberg and seconded by that the board pick out and buy the nuisance NIVERVILLE CHURCH The Niverville school team played a game of softball against the Carmichael School on Friday afternoon at the Car michael school Niver ville team the score being The Niverville team was conveyed by courtesy of the John Krause Sam Forrest has now bought a home on Pierce in Niver where he will live together with his Niverville is to have a cold storage plant with and GRADUATES The Commencement Exercises j The valedictory address was evening was MacFar of the Steinbach Collegiate weregiven by Clifford In hislape of the of held in the Church onshort Regehr stressed MacFarlane in the first part May 4th at i the value of which of his address spoke on impend To the strains of Handels Lari he declared the members of the j ing curriculum which preceded bv the Collegiate graduating class had learned due to increased costs will of Girls the thirteen gradjboth in pursuing their school j necessity have to be followed uates entered the wellfilled auditorium of the church and took their places on the plat The customary opening was followed by a selection from the subjects as well as through j by muchneeded administrative extracurricular He of educational expressed the appreciation of the graduates for the opportuni ty of obtaining an education in Christian nity for every child in Manitoba will continue to be the goal of the of regardless of how numerous and o remarks direct thV Lords Miss ed to the the speaker Choir Thanks Be to God I Miss Mary Nightingale sang heavy the setbacks may In a under the dirStion of We Gather Together to Ask j lew Averno accompanied by The members of the graduat ing class were introduced by the William Their names are as follows Gor don Angelina Kroe Abe Jacob Loe Agnes Harvey Henry Bill Pe Clifford Dorothea Howard Ellen Schellenberg and Jacob The introduction was follow ed by a piano solo by Doris Wie Nightingale is to be congratulat ed on her beautiful rendition of this Brandt chose as the subject for his The Secret of Brandt in his inspiring message urged the graduates never to let the mere selfish acquisition of know ledge be their but to make use of the skills they have aquir dominated by the Spirit of not merely in making a but in making a The guest speaker of the told them that the success and happiness of their lives will de pend to a large extent on the goal they set and the use to which they put their lei sure after presenting the diplomas chose as the theme of his very brief remarks the passage from Who soever seeketh his shall lose The GovernorGenerals medal for the year will be presented to Angelina The concluding item on the programm was a selection by the Guide Me Gentle The service in the church was followed by a reception in the auditorium of the MacFarlane in a short talk at the reception expressed his appreciation of the beauty and dignity of the are inclined to agree with Mac Farlane that it was hard to de cide which was the more en chanting the beauty the young ladies or the dignity of the young In a more seri ous vein lie urged the students of the Collegiate to make great er use of the extensive loans and scholarships offered by the go To the members of the gra duating their parents and the occasion will remain a treasured Frie the members of the Collegi ate the School as well as the members of the stu dent body are to be congratulat ed on its there are going to happy people over The plant is to be be a this lot of owned and Betty Otly has been home for a weeks visit with her looking as well as That ring sure shines While the name of Otley is being mention it might be said that the Otley father and in tend keeping on the sweet side of things again this for a round the country one could count as many as 400 blue and white boxes all set to hold this years honey But what has happened to that model garden is the but does at least lessen One look at that garden always pricked ones conscience where one would re solve on the morrow to get busy with the MARCHAHD CAROL Our primary school Miss OConner was the guest of honor at a party held in the Marchand Hotel dining room on this addition to the Carol and daughter Patricia spent three days of last week in Patricia was admitted to the General Hospi tal for a They re turned to Marchand on Patricia is reported as recover ing Lambert i is spending his of Winnipeg annual two Saturday of last The weeks holiday with and gathering was an impromptu run by Henry and will be situated next to the Enns ga rage on King Mary and Bill Thorns are back home after a few weeks visit and with their mother in De Fire struck again in Niver ville district last week when a small barn owned by Abraham Unger in took fire late Wednesday Both building and contents were completely John employed in the Enns escaped serious in jury last when a tractor on which he was working took fire in the The fire was extinguished by men around the garage and the use of fire ex Unraus cloth ing took fire and but for quick thinking of Douglas Fraj den club Lafrance who grabbed a garment of clothing and wrapped it around Johns he might have been seriously Fred McNally has taken over the services in the Niver ville United giving his first sermon last Sunday May surprise party in honor of her Although no one was aware Lambert of Pat Bartelette celebrated his birthday on Saturday of last week with a house Among of it being her birthday until tne guests present were his Saturday with a bit of clever and fast work a very nice celebration was worked out complete with a cake and very nice Everyone voted the ANNE A group of girls of the Ste Anne high school presented a very successful play at Thibaut ville on Sunday April A Tra entitled Ange ou and a Battue par son and several other Payments Pay bers were ment is our station agent and a The nice sum of was great number of friends and The profits were men gathered to wish him I A w tained for Richers On April Joseph La agricultural representa visited the Anne gar daughter Ilona of Winnipeg who stayed over to spend the week end with her parents in Mar The Bgang have A MtV VW v evening was a huge been fe m Marchand au week Springtime to bring a a dwelling house deluge of birthdays in M F jf k f c N Another party was held w at the home of and Kosowich on Sunday evening of last This one was in honor of also was acounts a very enjoy is always most welcome A daughter was born to and Leon Champagne of Anne on April Edward Tougas iff back from Boniface Hospital after a stay of several Lambert moved into his new house on Monday of last Marchand seems to be having a slight Gomien has purchased two lots fronting on Main street and has moved a large building unto He intends putting in a full base ment and we are pleased to see section A baby boy was born to and Gene Delorme on 26 at the Misericordia Hospital in Delorme and baby are both fine and at pre sent are staying with and Delorme of We noticed the Hydro truck was in Marchand on Tuesday and we are wondering if the powers that be have at last de cided to grant us electric lights I guess it would be too much to expect lights as well as a decent road wouldnt it But we can cant we Pierre The girls softball team will soon be in full The collected a hundred dollars for their new suits and wish to thank all those who The Vermette Cafe is being There will also be a new barber Fernand Laverques elec tric shop opened for business Saturday evening and you can have your radio repaired by Phillip We wish them good Vilbrun from Toronto is visiting her parents and for several Our next show is Eyes in the Eddie Lheurux hat been operated on in the Boniface h The Coop has modernized their store and butcher Samuel who has re cently been discharged from the will be the and Raines of Windsor were guests for a few days at the home of Amidie From here they are going to Edmonton to visit her and then return to reside at Denis and Paul Fontaine had their tonsils removed at the Boniface Hospital on May 6 by our doctor the seventh cause of death in In 1912 it was the first Over W of Chinas immense territory is still unexplored by the white   

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