Richmond Hill Public Library News Index
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Year:  1937  Geographic Location:  Richmond Hill   Sort by:  Relevance
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Photograph of Florence Barker 
Image  1937  ...A photograph of Florence Barker dated 1937....
The Liberal, 7 Jan 1937 
Newspapers    ... their new slate of officers installed and all ready for 1937. There is yet Comâ€" munity Hall meeting and Congregaâ€" tional meeting. {6:0 VOL. LVI. Shirley Temple in DIMPLES ~â€"-ALSOâ€"â€"â€" LEW AYRES in “LADY BE CAREFUL” BOLD KING COLE -â€"...
The Liberal, 14 Jan 1937 
Newspapers    ...The standing committees for the 'year 1937 were named as follows: Finance, J. A. Greene, P. 0. Hill, ‘H. J. Mills; Electric Light, C. Nel- son, P. G. Hill, A. Little; Water- works, P. G. Hill, H. J. Mills, C. Nel- fson; Parks and Arena, H. J. Mills, P. C. Hill, A. Little; Roads and sideâ...
The Liberal, 28 Jan 1937 
Newspapers    ... interestecb in Sunday School work must have left feeling more determined to make next year a greater success by carrying out suggestions offered there. session was in charge of Rev. J. Lorne Graham, 3A., B.D. VICTORIA SQUARE UNITED CHURCH IOHO) RICHMOND HILL. ONTARIO THURSDAY, JANUARY 28th. 1937. â...
The Liberal, 4 Feb 1937 
Newspapers    ...- ward to an even more successful ‘year in 1937. “The man who wastes toâ€"day la- menting yesterday, will waste to- morrow lamenting to-day. To the man who does everything in its pro- per time, one day is worth three.” Tone: 9H0] VOL. LVL “YORK COUNTY’S NEWSIEST NEWSPAPER THURS. FRI...
The Liberal, 18 Feb 1937 
Newspapers    ... movement irresprective of race, creed, origin. sex, colour, politi- cal belief Or affiliation. An invita- tion is extended to the surrounding district. BIRTH HARDINGâ€"On Thursday, February 11th, 1937, to Mruand Mrs. Charles J. Harding, 32 Wright Street, Rich- mond Hill, a daughter, “Ruth Edna...
The Liberal, 25 Feb 1937 
Newspapers    ...§ CAPITOLYLE‘EQSEEE NEWTON BROOK The Man Who Lived Again “Adventure in Manhattan” “YORK COUNTY’S NEWSIEST p NEWSPAPER SYMPHONY IN SNOW DONALD AND PLUTO .4111 J. .l U I [Yonge at Castlefield MO. 2172 i1}; CONDITIONED PARKING FOR 300 CARS “ GOLD DIGGERS OF 1937 ” “ THE GILDED LILY ” â...
The Liberal, 4 Mar 1937 
Newspapers    ... maid) . . . . ‘ . . . . . ED. RIMPLEGAR . . . . . . . . . . . . ELIZABETH RIMPLEGAR DONALD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DR. ALAN STEVENS . . . . . . . KITTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Three Camered Moan GOLD DHGGERS of 1937 JR 1. .1 .I. U .l [Yonge at Castlefield MO...
The Liberal, 11 Mar 1937 
Newspapers    ... THURSDAY, MARCH 11th, 1937 I TO BUILD SUBWAY AT LANGSTAFF The Federal government at Ottawa has- announced that work will be com- ‘mencedi this next summer on the con- struction of a subway at the C.N.R. crossing on number seven highway just east of Langstaff. The work is estimated to cost $55...
The Liberal, 18 Mar 1937 
Newspapers    ... play- ed another successful‘ hockey game with Cashel last Monday evening. The score was 1-0. Harold Chad- wick was the star putting in the only gbal in the game. Congratula- tions, Hag-01d. VICTORIA SQUARE THEATRE IOBO) RICHMOND HILL. ONTARIO THURSDAY, MARCH 18th, 1937 “In Essentials, Unity...
The Liberal, 25 Mar 1937 
Newspapers    .... o=o=m CONCORD CARRVILLE NEWS 0:6 0:01 RICHMOND HILL {)NTARIO I‘l’IURSDAY, MARCH 25th, 1937. The growth and development of the Richmond Hill Volleyball Club has been largely due tr the efforts of Mr. Tracy, ably seconded by Mr. Charles. The Orillia C. I. team won the tournament honours...
The Liberal, 1 Apr 1937 
Newspapers    ... at above address until Fri- day morning. Funeral service in Wm. Speers’ Chapel, 2926 Dundas street, near Keele, Friday, 3 p.m. Inter- ment Prospect Cemetery. DIED CASTLEâ€"At her residence, 183 Pal- merston Ave., Toronto, Tuesdayev- ening, March 30. 1937, Hannah Hud- son, beloved wife of John R...
The Liberal, 8 Apr 1937 
Newspapers    ... 70:0] 0:19} RICHMOND HILL. ONTARIO THURSDAY, APRIL 8th, 1937. ‘In EssentiiglrsLUgity; In Non-essentiags, Liberty; In All Things, Charity” “Pathways to Peace” will be the subject of an address to be delivered Friday evening, April 9th at 8 p.m. in the High School “gym” by Dr. F. J. Day...
The Liberal, 15 Apr 1937 
Newspapers    ... Glenn, Oxford St., early Sunday morning. Loss was estimated at $500. Fire Marshall Is Investigating Sunday Blaze Yonge at Castlefield MO. 2172 01:91 RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, APRIL 15th, 1937 EUCHRE The last Euchre of the season will be held at St. Mary’s RC. Rectory, Tuesday, April 20th...
The Liberal, 22 Apr 1937 
Newspapers    .... If you haven’t bought your ticket don’t delay in do- ing so. Everyone welcome. °=0=0=21 RICHMOND HILL. ONTARIO THURSDAY, APRIL 22nd, 1937 "In Essentials, Unity; In Nonâ€"essentials, Liberty: In All Things, Charity” Thoughts of a man being sweetly unselfish: “I’m doing...
The Liberal, 29 Apr 1937 
Newspapers    ..., Howard Neill, John Dibb, and Douglas Dibb. LATE WM. J. NEILL The death occurred at his home in Richmond Hill on Tuesday morn- ing, April 20th, 1937, of William James Neill, beloved husband of Lilly R. Carscadden. The deceased, who was in his 74th year, was born in Markham Township, and spent prac...
The Liberal, 3 May 1937 
Newspapers    .... G. Hankinson. the editor of “Debre'tt’s Ueeraqe,” in “The Daily Mail Year Book" for 1937. In this he says: Mr. D. M. Boyle of Langstaff has purchased from Mr. J. H. Prentice of Unionville one of the latest and most up-toâ€"date 20 horse power Tracâ€" tion Engine and Wind...
The Liberal, 6 May 1937 
Newspapers    ... for the yeas and nays, all members of coun- cil voted against the resolution ex- cept councillor Clark. Vaughan llllill hold Tax Sale This Year Vaughan Township will hold a tax sale in 1937. This has definitely been decided by the municipal council but members of council are desirous of giving those...
The Liberal, 13 May 1937 
Newspapers    ... HILL. ONTARIO THURSDKE‘, MKY 13th. 1937 When Victoria came to the throne, the colonies were little valued by Great Britain, except as possible markets, and during the first half of her reign, British statesmen were ready to cut the chord which boumf the colonies: to the Mother Country. But today her...
The Liberal, 20 May 1937 
Newspapers    ...€ the officers and directors have enlarged the prize list, added new features and attractions, and have spareduno effort to make the 1937 Fair one which will go down in his- tory as a niemoralble event. Never before has there been so much en- thusiasm as is evident this year. The officers and directors have...
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