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Steinbach Carillon News (Newspaper) - June 6, 1946, Steinbach, Manitoba Carillon News SERVING SOUTHEASTERN MANITOBA 1 1946 15 the Self Help Proposed Piney Highway The people living along route of the proposed Piney Highway for some time have had a great desire to see the road At a recent meeting of those interested in the cheese factory in a suggestion made that the people living a long the unfinished part of tiv highway organize themselves to receive pledges from business men and farmers to the end that we collectively at least a market Shortly after the meeting Bill Kalichuk and Walter Hoover made a trip to Minnesota to find out whether we could obtain road machinery from the United After seeing Halvoison of and Simmons of Pine Creek their spirits were considerably They learned that an American dele gation would proceed from Manitoba to Winnipeg on June in regard to the propos ed This delegation will include representatives from all Cana dian points along the proposed Lone Industrious students raise funds for Suffering and Forrest and i In our College one class has last now living in their been suspended for a week A shower was held for Miss Antoinette Champagne on June The wedding will be held on new home in which they have been completely re decorating before moving The new Niverville Menno nite Church is really worth go cause of and Leopold Turenne have left for Montreal for a month to visit The Pierre baseball team the 8th of Alderic Galipeau of Anne a while sold his house to Leandre Des autels Dufort of Anno game against the Spencer school boys on May Grunthal is at last receiving daily mail after plans for same had been made quite ing to see the nice job of de collected We wish to corating that was done i thank all those that cooperated its dedication on May Also The ball players will be moving to the city in a though a small and old building j have received their new grey to start and moved here from many miles Lhe peo ple have really done a bang up job of putting this building in j last Sunda The A full size basement i st Our softball team played its well made articles first game this season againstyoung ladies of the last few On June 5th an exhibition of made by community enrolled in the six weeks Homo Economics Course was held in was pui under the i furnace installed while on the main floor new ceiling and j walls were put on and pews varnished In the Niverville Unite 1 the new minister Fred has been delivering some very intersting McNally lives in Union Point and on Sunday has three services to that is Union Avonlee and so much can be said in his favor when we say that he gets to the Niverville Church for the even ing service at by means of a Church is atendl The Pierre baseball team also played its first game this season last Sunday against They won The at tendance was very Lucien Gagne has been dis charged from the Show in Pierre next week Molly and Everybody welcome the Parish The course was and Jake Langeman and from Ontario ar rived here on May They plan to make their honv here and are staying with Langemans brother till further arrange ments have been Birthday congratulations to who was 71 under the friendly guidance of years old on June and Misses Eliane Gerard and Blanalso to Princi che of the Goodwill who Henri an expert i was 45 years old on is giving oil pelj June manents in Otterburne Miss Maggie Grant was visit in Otterburne for the week during tending at the Jacksons Jackson has been playing the organ in this Church faith fully for more than twenty WAMPUM BERNICE LEE The Wampun school children I and their teacher went to play On May 30 the Arnaud School i baseball against the South held a very successful sale of all made by the These were knitting and wood The articles were exhibited and later sold by pub lic Gross proceeds were over Net proceeds about The proceeds went for European After the sale a plate lunch Junction team Friday Junction was the and Everett Robb are the proud parents of a Everett is now serving overseas with the One of our local Martin Austinson is planning for his wedding to Kay Newfield of which is Lucien Derosier left last week for a trip to Montreal and other eastern cities with and Henry Dorge of The Otterburne Hockey team wish to congratulate their team mate Charlie Vermette on the birth of a son last week to Charlie Vermette in the Bo niface The Joseph Home is giving a new coat of paint to their changing pearl grey to a new cream Louis Robidoux and Lucien Rougeau are putting foundation to their ANNE Grunthal News By Miss Helen Klassen A small chicken belong ing to burn ed on Friday May About half of the chicks perish ed in the but all nearby buildings were The Goodwill School The Grunthal boys team won 137 in a softbnll game against the Lister West boys team on June Construction work has begun at the Red White with the foundation now The head carpenter is Neufeld from Peter Kethler was admitt ed to the Concordia Hospital for few on acocunt of a BoysI heart We wish him a team was beat 119 in a baseball speedy Last Week in Brief the and RUSSIA Spain and Ever since the maintained where every coun try in the world adopts the Soviet In some circles French began clamouring for a i the Russian security system is world wide break with Fascist beginning to be regarded as an Spain has been dodging in and out of The UNO subcommittee appointed to investigate Francos regime attempt to reestablish their pre war economic independence as far as posible though contrary to the United Nations economic declared that Spain is a Indeed this would seem to mu f to take place in Mar The money from was this was sent to the NIVERVILLE CHURCH Baseball games played here this past week Niverville men vs Steinbach winning Niverville schools vs LeBlanc Niverville winning 174 and the girls soft ball team played win ning David Unger is home from the with her baby David The Niverville Trading and Lumber have almost completed a new which they have erected on Pierce This building is 28x60 and is to be used for the New DeWalt Combination Wood Worker and for a Cowan tins friends wish him a long and happy married Warren of was down here visiting his aunt and uncle and Jack Church and Ladies Aid were held in the morning at and in the afternoon at Student Kermit of of and Gustav from were the Pierre ANNE PIONEER DIES Eugene De a pioneer of died in the Bo niface hospital at the age of The deceased is survived by Eugene and Albert De both of Funeral mass was sung at the Parish Church of Anne at 9 and Renaud and their are newcomers in Anne from On May 26th our bishop from His Excellence Bishop visited our It was a memorable oc casion and an honour to our On May 30th the distinguish ed Father an officer in this gave us a very inter THEATRE BOWLING ALLEY Pierre has started building a new theatre and Bowling It will be 125 feet long and 65 feet Albert Gagne is building a new Tessier is improving his fur ranch by building two or three new tial menace to the international They said that the men ace was not immediate but that the activities are such that it may easily become Although and France gave Spaniards up to September to oust Bri tains Foreign minister Ernest Bevin has not been in favour of Spanish intervention because he believes that intervention will strengthen The Laoour Party is heavily in favour of a break with so unless Bevin changes his de mands for his resignation are The Spanish Government in agree with Molotovs invitation for free enterprise to compete with the superior state controll ed enterprise of For almost a century the Danube has had tradition free trade Since the Rus sians have occupied the lower boats that sailed down stream have not Now American forces in Bavaria have rounded up almost 400 river We have the boats and they have the said a high American Britain and the are urging free traffic on the Dan ences which occured while he was in We all enjoyed his fascinating transported to the starving na tions in Central Europe but at the Paris conference as with all other important mat ters stolidly refused to even discuss This decission is beginning to Bevins policy in this respect has j reveal the shape of the hitherto been called middle of the i vague and hazy American for million although first to stand up to has not up till now objected toRussias strip ping of European countries for like Jean survived by jbate In opening the foreign policy de declared only full his wife Eugenie Russian participation in Euro died at the age of His funepean affairs would guarantee a ral mass was sung on June 1st at permanent He said that greatest obstacle to peace was 0 Anne won in a baseball J the Russian belief that the se game against 15curity of Russia can only be eign Secretary of State Jimmy Byrnes proposed after the Paris conference to leavi the peacemaking machinery to This is another step in this Compromise but not Continued on page 7
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