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Souris School Graduating Class of 2018
Pictured here in their beautiful graduation gowns are the graduating women of 2018. Back row (L-R): Lisa Gohl, Natalie Dornian, Taylor Deleau, Kylie Matiowsky, Tori Williams. Front row (L-R): Hayley Hebert, Jessica Hume, Elodie Conrad, Jasmine Engelbretson, Gabrielle Robbins, Rosebelle Perez, Nicolle Rinn.
Pictured here in their suits and ties are the graduating men of 2018. Back row (L-R): Chaz Will, Sam West, William Patterson, Justin Ross-Carvey, Aiden Murphy, Dawson Sobry. Middle row (L-R): Dakota Radcliffe, Dawson Light, Kyle Belbas, James Landers. Front row (L-R): Mathew JamesRosensteel, Prince Zapanta, William Goldrich-McFaul, Mitchell Paterson, Daniel Wurtz, Brady Henuset, Reiden Tichit, Tristan Matiowsky, Mason Moore, Brett Downey, Leeam Willan, Andrew Ross.
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Western Inspirational Award of $750 - presented to a graduating student who demonstrates exceptional qualities and intends to seek further training to become a productive citizen of Canada. Bonnie Radcliffe is seen here presenting the award to Elodie Conrad. PHOTOS/DEBBIE BUTLER
One of the awards Lisa Gohl received at her convocation was the Louise King Memorial Trophy - presented to the most sportsmanlike player both on and off the playing field. Trever Penner is seen here presenting the awards to Lisa. PHOTOS/DEBBIE BUTLER
The Paul and Margaret Wright Family Scholarship of $1560 over 2 years - presented to a graduating student who is attending a Manitoba university or college to pursue a business related course of studies, has reasonable academic standing and has been involved in school, community and volunteer services. Paul and Margaret Wright are seen here presenting this award to Andrew Ross. Andrew received several other awards during the ceremonies. PHOTOS/DEBBIE BUTLER
Greg Kirbyson Memorial Award two awards of $1000 - presented to a graduating student furthering their education, with a background or interest in agriculture and a history of being involved in sports. Brian Sobry presents the scholarship to Sam West and Chaz Will. PHOTOS/DEBBIE BUTLER
Audrey Irene Stratton (nee Wright) Memorial Scholarship two awards of $1500 - Presented to a graduating student pursuing post-secondary studies at a Manitoba post-secondary institution with a good academic standing and that shows characteristics of warmth, friendliness and ability to place others before him or herself. Principal Guy Williams presents the award to Prince Zapanta and Mitchell Paterson. PHOTOS/DEBBIE BUTLER
Southwest Horizon School Division PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the Southwest Horizon School Division intends to conduct the following Pesticide Control Programs in 2018: To control rodents and crawling insects within the Southwest Horizon School Division. The projected dates of application will be Monthly from July 1st, 2018 to December 31st, 2018. •
Briercrest College Knight Bursary of $10,000 awarded over four years – Principal Guy Williams presents the award to Gabrielle Robbins. PHOTOS/DEBBIE BUTLER
Kylie Matiowsky received the Governor-General’s Bronze Medal -The Governor General’s Medal, established in 1873, recognizes students who have received the highest average in all Grade 11 and 12 courses. This award is given on behalf of His Excellency the Right Honorable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada by Mr. Larry Maguire M.P. This is just one of the many awards Kylie received on June 27. PHOTOS/DEBBIE BUTLER
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EDITORIAL Souris Collegiate Graduation 2018 Compiled by Darci Semeschuk Graduation ceremonies were held in Souris for the 34 students graduating as the Class of 2018. The ceremonies were held at the Souris Glenwood Community Complex on June 27. Souris teachers April Popple and Robyn Penner performed the duties of masters of Ceremonies for the event. The invocation was given by Fr. Kelly Wilson and Southwest Horizon Superintendent Carolyn Cory brought greetings from the school division. Belinda West brought geetings on behalf of the school staff. Graduate Rosebelle Perez introduced the guest speaker, Cory Feschuk who spoke to the students regarding their time at Souris Collegiate. Graduate Lisa Gohl gave the reply. The scholarsgips and awards were presented as follows: J.A Leslie Trophy - Presented to the graduating student that has received the fullest education: Miss. Kylie Matiowsky. Westoba Credit Union Scholarship of $500 - Presented to the student with the highest mark in Grade 12 Applied Mathematics: Kylie Matiowsky. Morley Fallis Memorial Bursary of $600 - Donated by the Souris B.P.O Elks to a graduating student entering studies in the field of Education: Kylie Matiowsky. Student Council Effort Awards. Four $100-Presented to graduating students who have shown continual effort in their graduating year: Kylie Matiowsky, William Goldrich-McFaul, Daniel Wurtz, Prince Zapanta. Charles Anderson Trophy Presented to a graduating student who shows leadership qualities: Prince Zapanta. Souris & Glenwood Multicultural Association Bursary of $150 - Awarded to a student that has contributed to the community through multi-cultural events: Andrew Ross, Prince Zapanta, Rosebelle Perez. Jaydon Andrew Donogh Memorial Scholarship of $100 - This award is to applaud the effort of a
student to improve their mark in Grade 12 Essential Mathematics: Rosebelle Perez. The Jordyn Simonson Memorial Scholarship of $250 - Presented to a graduating student who demonstrates Compassion, Empathy, Kindness, and Generosity towards others: Lisa Gohl. Souris School Spirit Award of a special gift – a school hoodie given to a student who has made our school a more friendly, more interesting and more exciting place to be, by their participation in many school activities, including extra curricular and student council events: Lisa Gohl. Louise King Memorial Trophy - presented to the most sportsmanlike player both on and off the playing field: Lisa Gohl. Irene Oberlin Memorial Award - Presented to a student who excelled in academic and athletic endeavours: Samuel West. Souris Valley Advisory & Youth Justice Committee Award of $250 - presented to a graduating student furthering their education in the field of law, criminology or human ecology: Samuel West. Manitoba School Board Association’s Citizenship Merit Award of $100 - This award recognizes volunteer and community involvement, leadership ability and student council participation and activities: Samuel West. Deanna Johnson Memorial Trophy and Bursary of $200 - Presented to a graduating student who is continuing their education and shows characteristics of warmth, friendliness and leadership qualities both on and off the playing field: Samuel West. Faith Community Baptist Church Elgin Bursary of $100 Presented to a graduating student who attends Faith Community Baptist church and is furthering their education at a Bible college: Gabrielle Robbins and Samuel West. Royal Bank Award of $200 Presented to a graduating student that has contributed to the education of others throughout their senior years: Kylie Matiowsky. Beta Sigma Phi Award of $500
- presented to the student with the highest mark in Grade 12 English: Kylie Matiowsky. Souris School Education Award of $100 - Presented to a graduating student pursuing a career in education and who possesses promising qualities of a good teacher: Kylie Matiowsky. Souris School Mathematics Award in Memory of Larry Thiessen of $200 - Presented to the student with the highest mark in PreCalculus math: Kylie Matiowsky. Souris and Elgin Marketing Club Scholarship of $500 - Presented to a graduating student furthering their education in Agriculture, Mechanics or a related field: Andrew Ross. Souris and Glenwood Agricultural Society Bursary of $300 - presented to a graduating student furthering their education in Agriculture, Human Ecology or any other agriculture related program: Andrew Ross. Paul & Margaret Wright Family Scholarship of $1560 over two years - presented to a graduating student who is attending a Manitoba university or college to pursue a business related course of studies, has reasonable academic standing and has been involved in school, community and volunteer services: Andrew Ross. Westman Award of Excellence Scholarship of $500: William Goldrich-McFaul Glenwood Masonic Bursary of $450 -Presented to a student furthering their education at a postsecondary institute for at least one year and has demonstrated academic performance: William Goldrich McFaul. Western Inspirational Award of $750 - presented to a graduating student who demonstrates exceptional qualities and intends to seek further training to become a productive citizen of Canada: Elodie Conrad Jim Stirling Memorial Scholarship of $500 - B. F. Lorenzetti is the insurance provider for Hockey Canada and its branches. One of their objectives is to assist in the funding of young athletes and of-
ficials. In an effort to honour the contributions of long serving BFL colleague and friend Jim Stirling who passed away in 2013, BFL Canada has decided to change the name of the BFL Canada Risk and Insurance Scholarship program to the Jim Sterling Scholarship Program donated by BFL Canada: Tori Williams. Student Council Science Award of $100 - Presented to a graduating student continuing in a science field: Tori Williams. Phillips Family Bursary of $300 - Presented to a graduating student continuing their education in the field of sports medicine or athletics: Aidan Murphy. Municipality of Oakland/ Wawanesa Scholarship of $500 Presented to a graduating student who resides in the Municipality of Wawanesa/Oakland and is pursuing post-secondary studies: Chaz Will. Souris Legion Ladies Auxiliary Bursary of $500 - Presented to a graduating student who is continuing their education in the vocation of their choice: Chaz Will. Ab and Flo Williamson Memorial Bursary of $800 over two years - Presented to a student who has shown strong interest in, and might consider remaining in, the local community. Preferably entering a trade or vocational education: Chaz Will. Pembina Co-op Journeyman Scholarship of $1000 - Presented to a graduating student planning to enter into a journeyman program for the carpentry, plumbing or electrical trades: Chaz Will. Greg Kirbyson Memorial Award two awards of $1000 presented to a graduating student furthering their education, with a background or interest in agriculture and a history of being involved in sports: Chaz Will and Samuel West. Audrey Irene Stratton (nee Wright) Memorial Scholarship two awards of $1500 Audrey Irene wright was born and raised in Souris and carried a little piece of her hometown in her heart long after she moved away. She was humble and kind, always
willing to help someone in need without judgement. A devoted mother and wife, she raised three children while working to put her husband through medical school. Her legacy is one of determination, quiet strength and above all, compassion for others. She would be honoured to know this scholarship is helping someone achieve their goals through education. - Presented to a graduating student pursuing post-secondary studies at a Manitoba post-secondary institution with a good academic standing and that shows characteristics of warmth, friendliness and ability to place others before him or herself: Mitchell Paterson and Prince Zapanta. Briercrest College Knight Bursary of $10,000 awarded over four years: Gabrielle Robbins. Mount Royal Al Bahonus and Jimmie Condon Athletic Awards awarded over five years: Tori Williams. Many students receive entrance awards to their University of choice or awards that are presented elsewhere. We would like to take a few moments to acknowledge these awards. St. Mary’s Catholic Church Scholarship: Aidan Murphy $200; Ike Kolias Centennial Entrance Scholarship: Tori Williams $700; Mount Royal University Award for Academic Excellence: Tori Williams $1000; University of Regina Entrance Award: Kylie Matiowsky $3000. Souris School General Proficiency Award of $500 - Presented to a graduating student with the highest average in the top five Grade 12 courses from an approved school list: Kylie Matiowsky. Governor-General’s Bronze Medal -The Governor General’s Medal, established in 1873, recognizes students who have received the highest average in all Grade 11 and 12 courses. This award is given on behalf of His Excellency the Right Honorable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada by Mr. Larry Maguire M.P.: Kylie Matiowsky
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Souris School students wrapped up their final days of the 2017/2018 school year with some fun activities and enjoyed the warm weather while they were doing it. Pictured here (LR): Michael, Makeiko, Emma and Brielle take part in scavenger hunt that took them past the Plaindealer’s office as they searched out important businesses in town.
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USDA removes federal requirement for bovine tuberculosis testing for Manitoba cattle exports Submitted by Manitoba Beef Producers The removal of a federal United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) requirement that required breeding cattle and bison from Manitoba be tested for bovine tuberculosis preexport is welcome news to Manitoba Beef Producers (MBP). This requirement was removed as of July 1, 2018. “This is a tremendous win for the beef producers of Manitoba. For many years producers in the Riding Mountain Eradication Area have borne a heavy cost in the yearly mustering and surveillance testing of their animals. This USDA decision recognizes the decades
of hard work undertaken by MBP and producers on the bovine TB issue and is very good news for our sector, said MBP President Ben E. Fox. “It is a testament to the diligence of the producers in the RMEA, as well as the efforts of many other stakeholders that we have achieved this long soughtafter result.” This USDA decision is a result of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s detailed case outlining why pre-export testing for these Manitoba breeding cattle and bison is no longer required. Bovine tuberculosis had been detected in livestock and wildlife around the Riding Mountain National Park area, resulting in the establishment of the Riding Mountain Eradication Area (RMEA). Herds in Manitoba were subject to surveillance testing, which stressed the animals and
placed them at risk for injury. The CFIA recognizes Manitoba’s domestic livestock herd has been free of this disease for several years. “It is gratifying to see the hard work of the many partners finally rewarded,” said Dr. Allan Preston, Bovine Tuberculosis Coordinator. “Manitoba had its last case of bovine tuberculosis in 2008 – a long ten years later, the USDA has recognized our TB free status and all federal US restrictions on Manitoba breeding stock moving into the US have been lifted. My hat is off especially to the dedicated cattle producers in the Riding Mountain Eradication Area whose efforts have made this TB freedom a reality.” The presence of bovine TB has also required producers to take special biosecurity measures to prevent the spread of the disease
from deer and elk. These measures include barrier fencing to protect feed supplies and the use of livestock guardian dogs. MBP has also worked with many other stakeholders to address this issue, including: Parks Canada, Manitoba Sustainable Development, Agriculture and Agri-food Canada, Manitoba Agriculture, First Nations and the Manitoba Wildlife Federation. These measures will continue to reduce the risk of interaction with wildlife that could carry bovine TB. While the USDA pre-export testing requirement has been lifted, individual American states continue to have their own state-level bovine tuberculosis testing requirements. Producers are advised to check with appropriate authorities in the United States prior to shipping their cattle for export.
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Souris School Middle Years Awards Compiled by Darci Semeschuk Souris School held their Middle Years Awards ceremony the very deserving Grade 7 and 8 students on the morning of June 28. The ceremonies began with Ava Thexton signing O Canada followed by opening remarks from Souris School Vice Principal Leanne Rolfe. Sven Kreusch, trustee, Southwest Horizon School Division brought greetings from Southwest Horizon School Division. The awards were presented as follows: Grade 7 Effort Awards - presented to students who consistently work conscientiously in all of their areas of study: Julieanne Dornian, Kyle Gillon, Mya Stam, Semiah Thompson, Garrett Turner. Grade 8 Effort Awards - presented to students who consistently work conscientiously in all of their areas of study: Danielle Bossert, Paige DeVliegere, Nichole Dewar,
Male Athlete of the Year – Duncan Punay, Presented by Trever Penner.
Kenzie Laursen, Louise Fergusson, Kelsey Page, Austin Gordon, Alysa Remillard, Isabelle Gordon, Bailey Kreusch, Ty Lagasse, Margarette Pablo, Brynn Tosh, Morgan VanDeKerckhove. Academic Honour Certificates are given to students with standings of 80% or above in all subjects. They were presented as follows: Grade 7 Honours - Eddie Espitia-Mora, Ty Heath, Hunter Klein, Angela Kohut, Hailey Swaenepoel. Grade 8 Honours - Drew Barclay, Danielle Bossert, Louise Fergusson, Sarah Graham, Ty Lagasse, Noah Landry, Jenna Matiowsky, Shaine Murphy, Margarette Pablo, Brynn Tosh, Morgan Van De Kerckhove. Certificates of Distinction are given to students with standings of 90% or above in all subjects. They were presented as follows: Grade 7 Distinctions - Julieanne Dornian, Jonah Friesen, Kyle Gillon, Mya Stam, Garrett Turner. Grade 8 Distinctions Paige DeVliegere, Bailey Kreusch, Kelsey Page, Aly Samels. Subject Achievement Awards – presented to students who have achieved standings of 90% or above in one or more subjects. Awarded to students who have not qualified for the Honours or Distinction Awards. Grade 7 - Elijah Antoine, Galia Grabowski, Paige Kozak, Keerin Moreau, Sydney Murphy, Lauren Nay, Katie Reilly-Brady, Leah Remillard, Zaiden Simonson, Semiah Thompson, Fiona Trush, Jake Winters. Grade 8 - Nichole Dewar, Zach Edmunds, Austin Gordon, Luke Eissner, Isabelle Gordon, William Lachapelle, Carson Jenkins, Kenzie Laursen, Aaron Moore, Foster Perkin, Colin Nay, Duncan Punay, Ava Thexton, Nikki Reilly-Brady, Alyssa Remillard, Steven Ross
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Katrina Spangler, Emily Speers, Sydney Zabowski. Character Awards awarded to students who have demonstrated the six pillars of good character: trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring and citizenship. Grade 7 Character Awards - Galia Grabowski, Zach McCulloch, Garrett Turner. Grade 8 Character Awards - Danielle Bossert, Kenzie Laursen, Louise Female Athlete of the Year – Presented by Miss Fergusson, Kelsey Page, Jones to Louise Fergusson and Bailey Kreusch. Austin Gordon, Alysa Bob Edgerton of the Souris Royal CanadiRemillard, Sarah Graham, Bailey Kreusch, an Legion. This award is given in memory Ty Lagasse, Shaine Murphy, Brynn Tosh, of a minister who served in the Souris area Morgan VanDeKerckhove. many years ago. Reverend Rothery was Rev. C.I. Rothery Award- presented by Continued on Page 6
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Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. & closed noon – 1 p.m. Next Regular Council Meeting – Tuesday July 10, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. • 100 - 2nd Street South
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HANDI-TRANSIT: To book your ride call 204-741-0202 Monday – Friday In-town trip: $5.00 one way or $10.00 round trip • $50.00 Pre-paid pass (10 rides + 1 free) Group trips are also available upon request – advanced booking required. Donations to the Handi-Transit may be made through the Municipal Office. BUILDING PERMITS ARE REQUIRED for renovations, new construction, additions, fences, and accessory buildings. Contact the Municipal office for information – 204-483-5200. TRANSFER SITE: Wednesday & Friday 2:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Sunday 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Dispose your used oil, filters, antifreeze and containers at the Eco-Center. at the Transfer Site.
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GARBAGE & RECYCLE PICKUP: • Put your garbage/recycling out by 7:00 a.m. • RECYCLING CENTRE: 24 hour drop off at 20 Pine Ave (West Side). • E ( E-WASTE ): is accepted, large items may be dropped off at the Recycling Depot. • Please avoid putting household garbage in recycling. NOTICE OF VOTERS LIST / PERSONAL SECURITY PROTECTION MUNICIPALITY OF SOURIS-GLENWOOD
Notice is hereby given that the VOTERS LIST may be revised at: 100 – 2nd Street South on July 16 & 17, 2018, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to noon and 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. At this time the Senior Election Official (SEO) will be available to update the voters list by: (a) adding the names of voters who are entitled to have their names on the list; (b) deleting the names of persons who are not entitled to have their names on the list; and (c) making such other correction of errors to the list as required.
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A person is eligible to have his or her name added to the Voters List if he or she is: 1) a Canadian citizen and at least 18 years of age on election day; and 2) a resident of the local authority for at least six months prior to election day, OR a registered owner of land in the municipality for at least six months prior to election day. NON-RESIDENT VOTERS QUALIFIED IN MORE THAN ONE WARD:
In accordance with Section 25(2) of The Municipal Councils and School Boards Elections Act, any non-resident voter who owns property in more than one ward is responsible to notify the S.E.O in writing, not later than September 16, 2018, of the ward in which they desire to vote. Failing the foregoing, the voter’s name will be placed on the list as the SEO may select. APPLICATION FOR PERSONAL SECURITY PROTECTION:
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A voter may apply in writing to the SEO (at the address / fax number below) no later than July 31, 2018 to have his/her name and other personal information omitted or obscured from the voters list in order to protect the voter’s personal security. The application may be submitted in person, by mail or fax and must include your name, address and include proof of identity.
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Tundra is seeking a Drilling Engineer-in-Training that will be expected to contribute to specific projects as required and handle a wide range of duties assigned. Qualifications & Competencies: • Undergraduate Degree in Engineering or a Diploma in Petroleum Technology. Equivalent applicable experience may be considered. • Previous oil field experience, specifically drilling rig experience would be a definite asset. • Ability to work in a multi-functional, result driven team environment. • Good project management skills. • Good communication and interpersonal skills. Closing Date: July 15 , 2018 th
A comprehensive compensation package awaits the successful candidate, which includes a competitive base salary and benefits. We wish to thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.
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Notice of Registration of Prospective Candidate for General Municipal Election Municipality of Souris-Glenwood Please be advised that General Municipal Election will be held on Wednesday, October 24, 2018. Prospective municipal election candidates must register with the Senior Election Offical (SEO) during the registration period before they may begin to accept contributions, incur expenses, fundraise or borrow money for their campaign. Notice is hereby given that I will be receiving candidate registrations: For the office of Head of Council: Between May 1, 2018 and September 18, 2018; and For the office of Councillor: Between June 30, 2018 and September 18, 2018, at the Municipality of Souris-Glenwood office, 100 2nd St . S, Souris, MB during the regular hours of business between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm, excepting noon to 1:00 pm. To obtain a registration form contact Lisa Greig, SEO, by Ph: 204-483-5200 Fax: 204-483-5203 E-M email@example.com Dated at Souris, MB on June 29, 2018
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Souris School Middle Years Awards Continued from Page 5 always interested in youth and liked to promote both fitness through swimming and music. He, himself, taught children to swim in the Souris River. When he passed away, his family left a generous gift of money to the local Souris Legion to be awarded to students who put forth a good effort in all areas of their education, and who also have special interests in physical education and/or music. This award was presented to Ty Lagasse, Foster Perkin, Mya Stam. Female Athlete of the Year - Louise Fergusson and Bailey Kreusch. Male Athlete of the YearDuncan Punay. Superintendent’s Shield - presented to a student who strives throughout each grade in Middle Years to reach their fullest potential in both their academic education and their extracurricular activities. This person also demonstrates a positive attitude and the characteristics of good citizenship in and around our school; presented by Southwest Horizon School Division Superintendent Carolyn Cory to the student receiving the fullest education in their three years in Middle Years. Presented to Bailey Kreusch.
Grade 8 Honours – Bev Sobry, Morgan Van De Kerckhove, Brynn Tosh, Margarette Pablo, Shaine Murphy, Noah Landry, Sarah Graham, Ty Lagasse, Louise Fergusson, Drew Barclay, Jenna Matiowsky, Danielle Bossert, Sharon Kreusch.
Grade 7 Honours - Eddie Espitia-Mora, Ty Heath, Hailey Swaenepoel, Hunter Klein, Angela Kohut. Presented by Barb Birch.
Grade 8 Distinctions – Bev Sobry, Bailey Kreusch, Paige DeVliegere, Kelsey Page, Aly Samels, Sharon Kreusch.
Grade 7 Distinctions - Julieanne Dornian, Jonah Friesen, Kyle Gillon, Mya Stam, Garrett Turner. Presented by Barb Birch.
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Rev. C.I. Rothery Award- presented by Bob Edgerton of the Souris Royal Canadian Legion to Ty Lagasse, Foster Perkin, Mya Stam.
Superintendent’s Shield – Bailey Kreusch. Presented by Superintendent Carolyn Cory.
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Submitted by Blue Hills RCMP Blue Hills RCMP were conducting traffic enforcement in the Town of Souris on the afternoon of June 26, 2018. A 63 year-old male from Woodstock, Ontario was clocked driving 100 km/hr in a posted 50 km zone on Hwy 250 in the northern part of Souris. He was driving a Silver 2017 Volkswagen Golf. A fine of $705.00 was handed out. RCMP want to remind motorists to slow down particularly in reduced speed zones. IN other RCMP news, Blue Hills RCMP were called to a mischief complaint at the Deer Ridge Golf Course on the 4th of June, 2018. It was reported to police that two male and one female suspects used a golf cart to drive over a ball wash station on the Ladies 7th tee, damaging the ball washer and the cart. Brandon RCMP and Manitoba Crime Stoppers are seeking the public’s assistance with identifying the suspects involved and locating any witnesses to this event. We want your information, not your name. You could be eligible for a cash award if your information leads to an arrest, charges or the recovery of stolen property or illegal drugs. You can contact your nearest police service or RCMP detachment. If you wish to remain anonymous, call: Manitoba Crime Stoppers toll free at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or submit a secure tip online at www.manitobacrimestoppers.com or text: TIPMAN plus your message to CRIMES (274637)
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It is with deepCARPET sadness MOBILE AND that our family announces the UPHOLSTERY CLEANING PLANTSto mourn his love and partner passing of Bob. He leaves Now booking the25 years. Also left to mourn are Sylvia Plawucki of over Give your tight budget a little Souris area son for July Sylviaʼs children: Wade (Jocelyn) Plawucki, daughter relief. Make some extra cash by When you want son Darren (Dino) (Linda) Plawucki and their selling the items you no longer Tara, “CLEAN” results...CALL US! need with a low-cost, fast-acting children Ryan FREE ESTIMATES and Jamie. Granddaughter Kelly Capp Souris Plaindealer Classified Ad. or Toll Free 1-877-727-3456 and 725-2878 her family. Bob treated Sylviaʼs children as if they Phone 204-483-2070. Brandon - Manitoba were his own. Also left to mourn is Bobʼs only sister Doreen (James) Logeot, sisters-in-law Irene (Bill) Hunt and Mary (Bert) Hunt; Aunt Alice Ardagh and Uncle George and Aunt Elva Hunt; and many nieces and nephews, and countless cousins, all of which Bob was ROXANNE SCRABA RMT, DHMS so proud. Registered Massage Therapist, of Chartered Accountants Bob Partnership was a person who Professonal kept the family connected no matter how far away. Homeopath Souris Hunt, and by his three Bob was predeceased by his parents, Robert and Kathleen Virden - 275 Nelson Street W • 204-748-3135 483-2225 brothers, William (Bill), Albert (Bert) and Brian. Brandon - 929 24th Street • 204-727-5577 HURCHIn Bob attended Forbes School (Glenwood Municipality) Turner and one year in C Hartney. Toll Free 1-877-866-6444 1953 to 1956 he bused children to Hartney by car when Forbes School C did not have ALENDAR HAROLD REID, C.A. enoughAUDRA students enrolled keep itC.A. open, during thoseAutobody three years he worked part NYCHUK, C.A. IANto MCMULLAN, in Carroll, MB time at Atkinson Electric, C.C.I.L. Equipment and the Hartney Post Office. STIn . Lthe UKEfall ’S (204)483-2247 of 1956 he started to work with the Manitoba Hydro Commission as a timekeeper. A NGLICAN Murray Turner • Dean Mushie He spent fourteen years in Boissevain as area clerk then moved to Winnipeg 1972 Souris: 204.483.1556 WORSHIP Laura J. McDougald-Williams • Full autobody service Brandon: 204.725.8770 working a B.CL. clerk. In 1975 Bob moved to Jenpeg as a camp clerk. In 1979 B.A. (Hons.),as LL.B., Fax: 204.483.2321 • MPI service and private work 1:00 p.m.he • Windshield & replacement moved to Webber St. James, Winnipeg as email@example.com caretaker and thenrepair to Gillam in 1985. After 35 W. Bryan Free windshield repairs with B.A., B. Ed. (A.D.), LL.B. � � � years with Manitoba Hydro he retired in 1991. • $250 deductible or less Bob loved all sports, and coached baseball while in Boissevain. When he was no ST. toPAUL ’S longer able to watch the games in person or on television he continued enjoy Office Hours: UNITED listening toMonday them- on the radio. Friday • 9:00 a.m - 5:00 p.m. He had a greatTolllove of horses, especially Belgians, and was thrilled WORSHIP & Free: 1-800-628-7960 when one of his geldings made it to the Royal Fair in Toronto. SUNDAY 4 Crescent Avenue West Box 1149 Souris, MB R0K 2C0 www.mhlaw.ca Funeral service was held at the Hartney Centennial Centre with SCHOOL D. Scott Anderson, FCGA interment in the Hartney Riverside Cemetery. Valerie T. Strath, C.G.A. 11:00 a.m. Gerow, D.Ag. “To Sylvia my love forever. I came to the end. The sun has set for Darcy me. Why cry for a soul � � � Unit IRemember - 3000 • Victoria set free. Miss me, but go on with life. Remember the love we shared. Avenue • Brandon, MB the good times we had together. On this journey I must go alone.1-888-726-1995 Miss me but SOURIS Felix let me go. Boulanger Forever holding your hand. Love Bob.” GOSPEL Journeyman In memory of Bob, donations may be made to the Polio Renovations, New Construction CHAPEL Survivors Association to the Hartney Rink Fund c/o Town of Large ororSmall Jobs SUNDAY Hartney, Hartney,Free Manitoba R0M 0X0. Estimates • New Homes SERVICE Licensedof R-2000 Builder Kowalchukʼs Funeral Home, Souris, in care 11:00 a.m. Call or • Additions & Renovations arrangements. SUNDAY • Concrete SCHOOL Expression of sympathy may be made at Flat work • Roofing 10:00 a.m. www.kowalchuks.net
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FOR MORE INFORMATION, BLAIR & ARDELLE WOODS 204-483-0058 Cell or 759-2358 House DIRECTIONS: From Elgin, MB. (Jct. #23 & PTH448). 6.8kms south on PTH 448 to sale site on west side of road. Watch for signs sale day! ORDER OF SALE: 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM (misc, parts, tires, sleds, tools) 1:00 PM (Internet Start) bins & fans, major equipment) NOTE: Cheques of $50,000 or more must be accompanied by bank letter of credit. For more information on this please call Fraser Auction 204-727-2001
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• 2004 JD 8220 MFWD 190hp w/pwr shift, 3pt, 4 remote hyd, return line, pto, Green Star GPS with JD 2600 monitor, integrated auto steer, Michelin tires all new March 2017 380/90R50 rear duals, 380/85R34 front singles, front weight pkg, 5250 Hrs showing, s/ n0212298 • 1992 JD 8960 4wd w/ Like New Michelin 20.8R42 Triples with only 15335 Hrs on them, 12 spd std trans, 4 remote hyd, return line, Diff locks, Universal wheel, Green-lighted 250 Hrs ago, new bottom end bearings 250 Hrs ago, 8050 Hrs Showing, s/n3136 • 1982 Versatile 895 4wd 310hp w/std trans, 4 remote hyd, 1282 Hrs on Cummins rebuilt motor, 960 Hrs on hyd pump & front axle, 20.8-42 duals, 10,344 Hrs showing s/n91739 • JD 6400 MFWD tractor w/JD loader, 3pt, new rubber, quad range trans, 3500hrs on engine rebuild, air-conditioner redone in 2017,15,700hrs on unit, new rubber • 2008 JD 2305 MFWD compact utility tractor w/JD FEL, 3pt, Hydro static trans, 62” belly mount mower, 400hrs showing, s/n421069 • 1964 JD 4020 2wd w/factory 3pt, syncro trans, 2 remote hyd, dual pto, new batteries, 23.1-30 rear, 10.00-16 4 rib front rubber, 157 Hrs on new injectors, clutch, flywheel & PTO clutch done 3 years ago, s/n22T75646 • 1927 JD D tractor w/Keyed Flywheel, on spoke steel w/tiptoe on rear s/n48342 (not running but looks fairly complete)
• 1982 Ford 9000 T/A grain truck w/20’ B+H, 350 Cummins, 15 spd trans, New 22.5 rubber, fender kit, completely repainted, motor gone over, backup camera, Safetied, 172,623 Showing,” VIN#1FDYA90W9CVA0016F • 1986 Kenworth W900 highway tractor w/3406B Cat, 13 spd trans, 24.5 rubber, Diff locks, Jake brake, bunk, 686,953 Showing, Safetied, VIN#2XKWDB9X5GM915499 • 1995 Dodge 3500 dually 4x4 w/Cummins Dsl, 5 speed trans, service boy deck, tool boxes, custom built 1000 litre fuel tank, onboard compressor, Safetied, VIN#1B6MF36C155163982
HARVEST EQUIPMENT: • 2007 Cat 590R combine w/Lexion pick-up head, 20.8R42 duals, 3D sieve system, Sunnybrook cylinder & concaves, chopper, spreader, always shedded, 3384 Eng Hrs showing, 2397 Threshing Hr Showing, s/n57900289 (Unit was through the Cat Inspection program May 2018) • 2012 Challenger WR9740 swather w/36’ head, pick-up reel, fore/aft, Roto shears, JD GPS equipped, 300 acres on new knife, 550 Hrs Showing, s/nCHS11469 • 2016 MacDon 45’ fl ex header w/pick-up reel, pea augers, transport, s/n289970-16, always shedded (Used less than 1100 acres) • 2004 Lexion 12 row corn header w/Horst header trailer, Good mechanical condition, s/n2ZZ01070 • 2006 Honeybee 42’ rigid header w/pick-up reel, transport, Fore/Aft, DBL knifed drive s/n420600806 • 30’ JD 930 header w/Lucke Sunflower pans, converted to fit Lexion, with Trailer s/n64164 • Trail Tec header trailer (will carry 42’ head) • 2006 Brent 780 grain cart w/scales, roll tarp, 1000 pto unload, 18” auger w/hyd deflector Freestone 30.5L32 rubber, s/nB22390105 • 10’ Apollo swath roller • rebuilt auger for JD914 pick-up header • (2) USED Rotors out of CAT 590R Combine
HIGH CLEARANCE SPRAYER: • 2009 Apache 1010 sprayer w/100’ booms, 1000-gal poly tank, Raven Evizio Pro guidance and monitor system, auto steer, 5 section boom controls, narrow rubber, 1707 Hrs Showing s/n9094164 • 710R42 flotation rubber for Apache • (4) S/S Tridecon dividers
TRAILERS: • 2012 Doepker 45’ Tri-Axle triple hopper grain trailer w/air lift axle,air ride, 24.5 rubber, Safetied, VIN#2DEGB523XC1027361, 139,000 org Kms (1 owner) • 1996 Timpte 42’ T/A hopper bottom grain trailer w/pwr tart, pwr openers, 22.5 rubber, air ride, Safetied, VIN#1TDH42226TB088692 • 1984 Fruehauf 32’ T/A fl at deck trailer w/3-1650-gal poly water tanks plumbed together 3” lines, Chem Handler mix system, 2” water pump, Safetied, VIN#2H8P0373XER008701 • 2002 H&H 30’ 5th wheel enclosed cargo trailer w ramp back door, tie rails on fl oor, VIN#4J6GC322X3B04442 • 36’ T/A van trailer (storage only NO TOD) • Aluminum ext kit for 45’ Doepker trailer • 1985 Triple E Empress A-239 Motorhome, 454 Chevy Motor, new fridge, generator, approx 158,000 Showing, VIN#1GBKP37W8F3307578, SAFETIED
EARTH MOVING EQUIPMENT: • 2015 Leon 10-yard scraper (Like New), s/n10910509 • 2011 HiGrade 16’ multi way blade, steering rear axle, fold away end caps, s/nJM0811-1463
SEED & TILLAGE: • 2013 JD 1830 60 1/2’ air drill w/10” spacings, Raven Super Cooler NH3 kit, sectional controls, rubber packers, single chute, always shedded, only done 15,600 acres, s/nXPDH755155 • 2012 JD 1910 350bus air cart w/single fan, 4 metering rolls, 26,000 acres, 555 Hrs, all new S/S meter housing & pipes, new load auger, cameras in tanks, always shedded, s/nTLBX740506 • 3000 Gal NH3 Cart (3x1000 gal tanks), Farm Built, SAFETY Certified Summer 2018 • 2014 Gates II 32’ coulter disc w/harrow & rolling baskets, s/n1423832 • Degelman 7640 40’ land roller, s/n1406 • 2009 Bourgault 7200 90’ heavy harrows, sn40196MH-11 • 60’ Morris 660 tillage w/ DBL arms on 3 bar harrows • 2008 JD 1720 Stack & Fold planter, 12 rows on 30” w/liquid kit, always shedded, 850 acres since rebuilt, s/n725520 • JD 3pt row crop cultivator 12 row, s/nN00856x000429 • Leon A3000 rotary stone picker, s/n925-002 • 10’ Schulte Bat-Wing mower s/n630201E11 (1 owner machine) • JD Rate Controller for NH3 System on JD Drill • NH3 Super Cooler kit – no hoses • Bourgault Air Seeder – manifolds • Rear hitch for JD Stack N Fold planter
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Single furrow JD Sulkie plow 3 bottom Massey Harris walking plow Crop Lifters Canvases
HOPPER BOTTOM GRAIN BINS & FANS: • (3) Meridian 4000bus hopper bins w/aeration rockets, on DBL skids (wind damaged but used 4 seasons since storm and no leaks, no issues) #63, #64, #65 • (2) Friesen 3500bus hopper bins w/18” aeration tube, on skids #60, #61 • Friesen 3000bus hopper on skid, #62 • (2) Friesen 1500bus hopper bins on skids (1 has wind damage but used since storm in 2007 with no leaks or issues) #58, #59 • Metal Industries 1500bus hopper bin on skid, #57 • Metal Industries 1000bus hopper bin on skid, #56 • Grain Guard 3HP, 1PH Aeration Fan, s/n2014FCW10086 #1 • Grain Guard 3HP, 1PH Aeration Fan, s/n2014FCW10088 #2 • Grain Guard 3HP, 1PH Aeration Fan, s/n2014FCW10084 #3 • Edwards Grain Guard 3HP, 1PH Aeration Fan, s/n20005381 #4 • Caldwell 18” Aeration Fan, s/n 801218 #5
GRAIN HANDLING EQUIPMENT: • 2007 Batco 1515 transfer conveyor w/5hp electric motor, s/n50106 • 2012 FarmKing 13”x85’ swing hopper auger w/hyd hopper mover, full bin sensor, hyd winch, s/n219008610 • 2012 Sakundiak 10”x39’ auger w/mover kit, 35HP B&S engine, s/n69620 • Brandt 8”x45’ auger w/mover kit • 2003 Kwik-Kleen 7 auger cleaner w/4 sets of screens • G3 Graham seed treater • The Hopper metal auger hopper • Gatco collapsible hopper • (2) FarmKing Augers from Grain dryer • Trough Auger from Under hopper bins • Approx 40 Trough Augers w/ flighting – no gear box
3PT EQUIPMENT: • 2008 FarmKing 5’ S-Tine cultivator, (used on JD 2305 Compact Utility Tractor) s/n24800008 • 2008 96” FarmKing dbl auger snowblower s/n20401649 • 2008 5’ FarmKing 410L 3pt mower, (used on JD 2305 Compact Utility Tractor) s/n27806728 • 48” JD Snow Blower frits – JD 900 Series - front mount mower
OTHER ITEMS: • Toyota Indoor forklift, propane, side shift, 15,174 hrs showing, s/n426FGU25 • Schulte 10’ front mount single auger snowblower s/nC30200532210 • 2007 JD walk behind snowblower s/nMMST6524X701220 • JD 4 section Diamond Drag Harrows • Assortment of Vintage Snowmobiles
COLLECTOR CAR: • 1974 Chevrolet Caprice 2dr convertible, Automatic trans, 454-V8, 105,569 showing, Safetied, VIN#1N67Y4Y114202
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