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   Steinbach Carillon News (Newspaper) - May 17, 1946, Steinbach, Manitoba                                Carillon News SERVING SOUTHEASTERN MANITOBA 1 May it Minutes of Meeting Woodridge i his trip and his Plane He final exams to have the school is the owner of the Red and closed for KERRY I White Walter Huff is the first chap A record crdwd attended the biweekly dance in the Rose i come On May 5 a baseball game was MrM Kosowich General Committee meeting i and Rentz 0 Held on Monday May John Schmitkey motored to White Store at Since the chairman Wiebe i Ontario to visit and has resigned the other members have appointed Penner to and Kalwiet are act as third member on the comi at present taking care of Minutes of April meetj Rentz place until his ing were read and confirmed j Little Nina seems to and the following resolutions j enjoying the company were passed i FriesenKreutzer That the minutes of April meeting be adopted as Carried KreutzerFriesen That Penner be appointed chairtendance at man of the town committee un til the end of in these parts to sport a brandRoom Dance hall last We new postwar Westclox pocket were certainly pleased to see the andwatcnHe bought it at the Red nice number in attendance from outlying The citizens of i Marchand are glad you enjoy entertainment they have to offer vou and hooo vou will Otferburne A meeting of the Manitoba Coop cheese producers was hel i on May 9th at 136 Provencher Ave Important matters were and hope you will regarding the cheese industry of The prosi for Red where she will take up a position as waitress in a His Archibishop George Cabana of Boniface will come to Otterburne on May 13th for Confirmation will celebrate Annie Huff has arrived is home a Present were Directors PC is still the devoted leader of oui attack of to hear she is able to be back in atmembersof KreutzerFriesen That the following bills amounting to be accepted and paid Paul Friesen Loewen Garage Sobering Sobering C Wall Rempel Reimer Brandt KreutzerFriesen That Funk be engaged as night watchman starting from April 18th at a salary of per Carried FriesenKreutzer To build cement sidewalk on Main Street 160 feet from Hiebert pro perty to Elm Avenue and along Elm Avenue to Hanover Street 970 5 feet provided that owners along this section are willing to pay onehalf of the cost of building such side KrsutzerPenner That the committee adjourn till June 3rd Carried DRAG LINE ARRIVES The Municipal drag line pur chased last year finally arrived at the Giroux station on May It was immediately unloaded and moved about miles north of Steinbach for a try The first main job to be under taken will be to make a deeper ditch on the road running south from the nuisance in or der to divert the spring water into the creek on the north side of the George Fast of Kleefeld is the dragline opera Miss Emma Huff has been em A week May Jolli j t i TM visited the schools ployed for the past week at Mari in our fit B i Miss Fernande Turrenne vi Rentz is expected to arsited her sister Edmond the StemDufresne of Anne for n stay of a and George is Stein bach Hospital Henry Rentz had a run away the other day with his young No serious damage Walter Huff obtained em ployment with the Sandilands Forest Reserve as But it only lasted for a few days as Nature decided to bump him Received a visit from Old Man Winter out here last His visit was not enjoyed very much as he caused con siderable and Kienitz receiv ed visitors from Woodridge on namely and It is rumoured that Nault has purchased permit rights for woodcutting from We noticed that one of Kienitzs pet lambs de cided to go the other Al least she was seen fol lowing up its tracks and found it quite some distance from Evidently the rhyme about Mary and her little Lamb went into Rumours are still flying thick and fast as regards to the pros cheese factory at Wood We hear that one of our town garageman was joined in Holy Wedlock on Is it true or just a rumour Perhaps he be came tired of his own Raymond Poitrpis of Wood ridge is busy building a home since his return from He is expecting his wife to ar rive in the near He was married in Vrignon of Woodridge has gone to Flin Flon to visit his who is working at the We hope he enjoys some He was accompai They returned the same ale Georges Perron of Anne opened a meat market on May He sells all kinds of And how fresh Miss Olive Gauthier of Boniface Hospital came to Anne last week end May She visited her parents and and Henri Boucher visited their relatives and Frichette of Anne on Sunday May They are from Pierre Lieutenant Rene Prefontaine was discharged from the army last A hair dresser will be giving permanents at Eugene Tes siers residence from the 20th to the 25th of Our next weeks show is Dinner for a During the last six nine new residences and three new shops have been built in Octave Birard of Pierre died on Saturday morn She was 84 years of Funeral services were held in the Pierre Church on Mon May She leaves to mourn her 4 convent SteJean and five brothers Antoine and Pierre and at An NIVER VILLE CHURCH May 10th was parents day in the Niverville Quite a number of parents turn ed out for this and were nicely entertained by the children in grades one to who gave re songs and TO wind up the coffee and lunch were served to the our was active as Ed Mctcalf is a patient in Winnipeg in the General Hospi wishing him a speedy re the Childrens and the Holy Mass on the 14th at 8 oclock will distribute holy communion and address the pa A hearty welcome is being prepared for his Excellen cys A dance will be held in the Otterburne West Hall May The music is to be supplied by r the Soxsmith family of Niver Sf and Roy Tolton spent the last weekend in Carman visiting relatives and A fire destroyed the brooder louse of Bob Three hundred chicks and contents were Miss Edith daughter of and Fred Church will leave on May IJtth by plane Two ants were running at a great rate across a cracker Why are we going so fait1 asked Dont you Me said the It Tear along dotted Speed Your Chicks to Healthy Maturity with Poultry Mans CHICK STARTER Up to the age of 8 weeks chicks should be fed Poultry Mans Chick Keep it before them at all After the chicks are 3 weeks they shoujji be fed Poultry Mans Mediated hick Staler CKAGENE for the prevention of Cocci After the chicks are 8 weeks the chicks should be fed POULTRY MANS GROWING MASH We also have Growing Mash with Steinbach Hatchery PHONE 61 1 MARCHAND CAROL Although this past week was an unusually cold one and heavy frosts struck the gardens and fruit trees with disastrous re sults there is one gardener in Marchand who had the pleasure of eating a rhubarb pie made from his own We think this is a We also had the pleasure of seeing pansies in full which was prepared and served by the girls of the junior high Two little fellows have lately had to undergo serious opera They are Harold Fuchs agend 14 months and Robert aged three Harold is the son of August Fuchs and Robert is the son of John Muir Both boys are doing Har old now being home although it will be necessary for Robert to remain in the hospital until a bout May I Saturday eveningMayllrj this community gave a shower and dance iriHhe Community Hall in honor of and Uldric who are now re siding on their farm which is one mile from Many nice gifts were given to the happy couple and a nice evening was had by music being played by courtesy of and Edie JohnFor rest and Helen Wonsowitch and Gordon Stott addressed the bride and groom on behalf of the com following which the gifts were Both and Grant said a few words in Grant is the elder daugh ter of and George Church of and was born and raised later teach ing in Emerson and Uldric is the son of Charles also of who has farmed in this district for a number of Both and Grant served in the armed forces during the bloom last Bohemier spent last men ga weekend in By the way Jimmy who is the new heart throb we saw you dancing with at the impromptu party Monday After beauti ful ladies should be not guarded so Now we know what the atUJattion is in The Marcha together with thered at the Houk on Sa week to enjoy house entirely unaware of tions and was compl by In spite that he had just mov everything smoothly and the part ued into the wee sma the Houk n the party as being as g Marchand has a few ca we hope they spread any more as it is too Editorial Comment DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME Both Grunthal and Steinbach have found it necessary to set their clocks one hour ahead of When in doas the Romans do is the familiar old And now the fers and the buyers and sellers of these two towns doing all their business in Winnipeg and trying to serve their districts as well as they find that they must do as Winnipeg switch to daylight Farmers seem to generally oppose the and the Hanover Municipal council opposed it strongly at their there should be little reason for Essential such as garages and Implement shops will generally be and farmers will find that all businesses are Op an hour earlier for shouklthey remain on Standard BEAUTIFYING OUR TOWNS On May 15 the nationwide cleanup campaign officially er but in many and including people started1 homeyard beautifying programm when the snow will keep up their program until snow again halts their It is rather interesting to note that in a town where so people are doing their utmost to beautify their home the town as such should make no effort to start a fication program on behalf of the It takes a time to grow a beautiful and at present they down faster than A few residential streets nicely laid out with trees the pride of generations to and need not 00ft we did a little each The main thing is to sjp work on The same holds true in our building Yo of set out nicely in Then as some people just love to M his building next to the entirely hours view of everything except the A town planning program would eliminate theft in the Preparations have been the site levelled off and build ing so it would seem it will not be too long before the Niverville Cold Storage plant will be well under Below was printed in the me moriam column of the Free Press on Wednesday May The sympathy of the communi ty goes out to this family at this having suffered the sad loss of two loved ones in so short a FORREST In loving memory of dearly beloved son of Jean who passed away May and of dearly beloved husband of Jean who was taken suddenly We often think of the days gone by When we were all A shadow oer our lives was cast Our loved ones gone Ever remembered by Mum and As never before we live in an of But we must expect the door to open with ere we must knock hard NEW LOCATION Customers please note that we are sjow opposite Vo0l next to Central Operating on Daylight Savlnf SOUTHEAST TRANSHR YOURS FOR SERVICE Phone 622 IMPORTANT NOTICE Daylight Saving Time Please take notice that the town Of Stetobach will go on Daylight Saving May 19 at 12 oclock Signed TOWH 10 iflffi   

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