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Stonewall Argus And Teulon Times (Newspaper) - August 21, 1946, Stonewall, Manitoba Provincial The Stonewall Argus AMI TEUTON TIMFQ O VOLUME AND TEULON TIMES AUGUST 1946 SPRUCE SHIPLAP A CAR OF FULL HALFINCH SPRUCE SHIPLAP HAS JUST THIS IS AN EXCELLENT GRADE MATERIAL AND CAN BE USED FOR SIDE WALL SHEETING ON HOUSES OR BARNS NORTH AMERICAN SUPPUT COMPANY LIMITKD THE CHIEFTAIM STEWART MATTHEWSON LOCAL SALES Crockery Enamelware Glassware Harness Parts Paints Oils Varnish Water Paint Alabastine GIFTS FOR EVERY OCCASION IRON FIREMAN STOKERS STONEWALL HARDWARE Phone Phone RED WHITE YOUR SELFSERVE STORE M Soup Sale AND AYLMERS VEGETABLE AND CELERY 6 tins for AYLMERS CHICKEN AND RICE 2 tins TIP TOP SAUCE bottle 17 PURE ORANGE MARMALADE SPORK AND KAM LUNCH MEAT BURNS SPEEF LUNCJI MEAT FANCY SMALL 20oz BAKERS COOKING CHOCOLATE bars KELLOGGS ALLBRAN PICKLING in gallon jar PICKLING in bottles BARTLETT PEARS ARE GOING TO BE SOME WASHINGTON LUGS THIS WEEKEND AT PER a FREESTONE PEACHES SEPTEMBER HOWARD Phone STONEWALL Phone HEADQUARTERS FOR HARDWARE Crossley Electric Mantle Radio ONE ONLY CROSSLEY ELECTRIC MANTLE RADIO long and short with facilities for attaching record player We have just received notification that the new price of this machine Is TWO ONLY ALLSTEEL COLLAPSIBLE IRONING EACH PREWAR STYLE HIGH BOY CLOTHES ONE ONLY STRONGLY MADE STEP ONE ONLY COLEMAN GASOLINE CHROMIUM STEEL CASSEROLES and Phone 39 CORBETT Phone 39 WHY NOT TRY OUR IRISH LOAF FRESH FROM THE OVEN DAILY CRISP AND DELICIOUS ITS GOODNESS WILL SURPRISE OUR BREAD MAKES A HEALTHFUL AND CHANGES ARE NECESSARY TO KEEP THE FAJM1LY IN ORDER YOUR PRESERVING FRUITS NOW TOMATOES LETTUCE CELERY ICE CREAKAND SOFT RILEYS BAKERY Phone STONEWALL Phone PROPRIETOR LOCAL and GENERAL A chartered bus will leave the Parochial Hall at Wednes August to take the Sunday School pupils of the Church of the Ascension to Asslnlboine Park for the annual Pupils are reminded to bring their own lunch II has been announced by President of University of Manl that Howard Alan Guest has been awarded the Isblster Scholarship for District 8 in the interlake area Howard has duplicated the showing made by Gordon Trick two years in so far as Grade XI de partmental examinations winning both the GovernorGenerals medal and the Isblster Whether lie can follow up by equalling Gordons record In winning the Queens Scholarship in his Grade XII year remains to be Thus he has made a wonderful and congratula tions are certainly in Keep up the good Howard The new known as Wilfs was officially opened on It is most and will provide spacious accommodation for being 24x36 in Walker and Clark were the carpenters Bal did the plastering and stucco and Service under took the electrical Building materials were supplied by the North American Lumber and Joe the enterprising pro are to be congratulated on their new place of which should prove a valuable asset to our Service and courtesy Is their We wish them the best of luck in their Miss Pauline Black and Miss Helen of arrived last week to spend three weeks holi day with the formers and William The girls hitch hiked nearly all the and made the trip in five and John Hamilton and family arrived home on Friday from a fiveweeks motor trip to the Pacific They report a very pleasant and Claytus Krunnfusz and family returned on Friday to their home in after visiting with relatives and friends here the past two Langtry and family left over the weekend to spend a vacation at Boundary Lake s WilflamrGrotlke7 who will Celebrate his 83rd birthday on August of the Manitoba Telephone is installing an other switch board at the local ex When completed the Hello Girls will Irave four switchboards to Commencing this the Beaver Bus Lines will not operate late bus to and from Winnipeg on This run has been chang ed to leaving Stonewall at and Winnipeg at 12 oclock Patrons are requested to take note of this change Friends learned with deep regret on Friday of the passing of Murdo aged 55 whose death occurred at the Winnipeg General MacDonald was a former resident of our and he was held In high esteem by all who knew The funeral ser vice was held on Monday at Mordues Funeral with burial in Brook side We Join with the host of friends in tendering sincere sym pathy to the bereaved and of Van British are visiting for a while with relatives in the dis and and Wiederhold and of arrived on Saturday to visit with relatives and friends for a Members of Greenwood Calf Club received an invitation from the 4H Club of to attend their Fair at Fergus on August 28 and Plans were being made to charter two buses to make the but due to the busy season the mem bers now find it impossible to Miss Helen Montgomery left on Saturday to spend her vacation at the West While Helen plans to visit Henderson and at of visited with relatives here during the past of re newed acquaintances in town on Wed nesday The service at the Church of the Ascension for August 25 Trinity x will be Holy The regular Confirma tion Classes will start on August at In the All wishing to be confirmed are asked to attend these or get in touch with the if unable to do forget the big dance in Meadows Community Satur August Dance to the music of Leos one of Winnipegs snappiest on one of the finest dance floors in A good lunch will be Admission 75 cents and 5ti and Dyer spent a feyr days last JyPearsbn fttftiieir eumtner cot tageat Pearson and Bob returned with fhejn gq Satur Veterans Field the Viscount Mont gomery of Is paying a short visit to September and has expressed a desire to meet as many Veterans as Stonewall Branch of the Canadian Legion Is In charge of arrangements from this If you wish to at tend leave your name with either Val Wilts or A transportation charge of 50 cents will be Medal Ribbons and Legion Further Information will be pub lished in next weeks Roy ROSSER Ethel of re newed acquaintances here over the Miss Florence of Minne la spending a months vacation at her home Miss Marguerite Paulsen and Miss Juan Ha of were guests of and Turn bull for a few days last and Harry of Car spent Sunday with and Percy Wedge was admitted to the Winnipeg General hospital on Wednesday and Jack Reid and daugh of spent several days last week with and Frank Reports on threshing indicate var ied barley is running from 20 bushels some summer fallows yielding up to 55 Rye yields were from 12 to 17 Very little wheat has yet been Margaret of Winnipeg spent Saturday with Miss Born To and Ansgaar on August at Mortons a Evelyn Frank Rafalant has sold his acreage south of the depot to and of Oak Collins made the Miss tlly Bishop arrived home from the East on Monday to spend a vaca tion with her and Petty thievery in local gardens is causing concern to those whose sup fruit and vegetables is very etables being but in som Instances just deliberately The of the Church of the Ascension will meet August in the Parish at All members are requested to The service at All will be Evensong and Holy Baptism on August 25 Trin ity Tjie Rector will be in charge of the Honoring Douglas a Scottish who recently arrived In Dawson enter tained at her home on Monday at a miscellaneous The honor guest was the recipient of a host of lovely gifts from those for which she expressed her Dainty refreshments were George McConkey is a patient in the Winnipeg General having undergone an operation on Welcome Home Lloyd of the Royal Canadian Army Service arrived home on after five years service Lloyd states that while in England last win ter he saw the film Rural Life in which was taken in and around Lloyd appears to be in excellent health and is glad to be back Born At Mortons Nursing on August to and Bishop nee Fay a John Patterson and of visited for a few days last week with relatives At a social held on at the home of Miss Miss Joyce was presented with bed linens and a cas ssroie by the ladies of Knox Presby terian See The Return of Frank showing at the Oak Stone on Friday and August 23 and starring Henry Fonda and Gene Show starts at and Robert Kyle and fam and motored to Foxwarren last taking Miss Phyllis Franklin and visiting with and Joe Franklin for a short They also called on Harvey at and found him quite Stanley son of and is a patient in the Winnipeg General as a result of an accident last He was transferring grain from a wagon box into a and in trying to keep the which goes across the wagpn from getting into the he most unfortunately got his hand receiving rather serious RaymondAeberhardt arrived home on Tuesday morning by after spending a holiday at the home of his at Mlsa of Cold is spending three vacation with her Miss McCONKEYS OUR POLICY ONE LOWEST Threshing Service FOR FAST AND RFFKIRNT SRRVICE SRND YOUR DRhRRS THEY WILL BE FILLED OlR STOCKS ARK Mens Harvest Toggery BOOTS SOCKS SHOCKS PINTS SIN HATS APS WIMtHREAKKKS Flannelette Blankets FINISHED AMERICAN ALL EACH ONLY TWO TO A CrSTOMEK School Opening THIS IS THE TO 01 TUT THE BKING IN THEWIIOLK HE SI VT THE BIG VARIETY OF GOODS VE HAVE FOIl YOI TO CHOOSE I Grocery Section Phono or send your iuid hike advantage of our splendid Phone 20 McCONKEY Phone 20 Nyals Antacid Powder CONTAINING Calcium lilsnmth Itlsniutli Magnesium Sodium Sodium Colloidal and affords relief for SOUR AND GASTRIC IN BOTTLES and Nyals Stoneroot Compound CONTAINING TJva Oils of Juniper and Is useful in the treatment of LAME RHEUMATIC TAINS AND when these conditions are due to defective action of the IN BOTTLES Full Line of School Supplies We have a full line of School Supplies In See our Orders for Text Books should be in early to avoid HOLLOWAYS DRUG STORE Country Store With City Prices PHONE Drugs and Stationery THE MODEL GARAGE BED INDIAN McCOLLFRONTENAC AVOID ROADSIDE MISERY BLOWOUTS AND OTHER MINOR ACCIDENTS OF MOTORING ARE MORE OR LESS TO BE EXPECTED ON ANY BUT THE THING THAT MARS THE JOURNEY IS HEAL ENGINE TROUBLE AND NOT ONE DRIVER IN A DOZEN IS CAPABLE OF MAKING EVEN A TEMPORARY DRIVE IN TODAY AND LET US GIVE YOUR CAR THE ONCE IT MAY SAVE YOU TROUBLE YOUD LIKE TO OLSON Telephone DIAGNOSE MEDICAL SPECIALISTS know that patients often refer to com plaints as heart or stomach when the true cause lies entirely AUTO SPECIALISTS find customers condemn a carburetor when the trouble is perhaps In the IT ALL BOILS DOWN to one word THE KNOWHOW to do any job really well cannot be acquired over nothing takes the place of years of WE HAVE THAT KNOWHOW to offer you In the diagnosis of your car BRING YOUR TROUBLES where mechanics arcfriendly and sensi tive toward your car REMEMBER your present car will still be yours for a considerable time to STONEWALL MOTORS CALL OR PHONE 52 A number Brethren from Stone wall ac companied on his official visit to ManHouwapa Lodge at on Donald Appleyard commenced on Monday to put In a years appren ticeship at Stinsons Drug with a view to entering College and taking up Good luck Don
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