Richmond Hill Public Library News Index
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The Liberal, 6 Jan 1938 
Newspapers    ... the park. Everyone come and enjoy these pictures. 0 â€"~ â€"_ vv VA .u - IN NORMA ALLEY’S fl CONFESSION \amsme 9.; mm man====sox=o====0=lo=m==omoz==ox 'Wilbert Cousins, W. J. Johnson and Joshua Manning were elected trus- tees of the Police Village of Maple for the year 1938...
The Liberal, 13 Jan 1938 
Newspapers    ..., January 15. Meeting will open' promptly at 3.30. Officers for 1938 will be elected, re- ports of last year’s work received and a year's program suggested. Delegates will be appointed to the convention of the Ontario Horticul- tural Association to be held in To- ronto in February. BIRTH...
The Liberal, 20 Jan 1938 
Newspapers    ....â€"St. Catharines Standard. January 12th, 1939. You can read some people like a book, but you can’t shut them up as easily. She possessed a cheer-, dispOSition 1 service Monday was, 11 Things, Cha HlLL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, JANUARY 20th. 1938. Horticultural Society Reports for Past...
The Liberal, 27 Jan 1938 
Newspapers    ... School work for the past year. Mr. J. Leece who acted as secretary-treasurer for the past eight years resigncd and Miss Gertie Lund l was appointed to that office. The officers elected for the year 1938 were: Honorary Superintendent, J. A. Rose; Superintendent, Mr. M! J. Kinnee; 1st Assistant...
The Liberal, 3 Feb 1938 
Newspapers    ... MURPHY CLAIRE DODD ANGEL ._.IN_ IN By Order, Village Council. _]N__ "In Essentials, Unity; In Non-essgiti Yonge at Castlefield MO. 2172 RICHMONDi 31114, ONTARIO THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd, 1938 The annual meeting of the Richâ€" mond Hill Agricultural Society was held...
The Liberal, 10 Feb 1938 
Newspapers    ... years ago. Left to mourn his loss are, a son Fred, 3 daughters, Mrs. Edwin Fierheller of Merry-Go-Round of 1938‘ 300 S 25 CENTS TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15 - 16 Irene Dunne, Cary Grant __ ._ 1N _ _. SE11 AT [‘DK BERT LAHR ALICE BRADY LOUISE FAZENDA MISCHA AUER JACK HOLT in â...
The Liberal, 17 Feb 1938 
Newspapers    ... the strik- ing of the 1938 tax rate. While no- til the members go over the estimates for the coming year a tax rate reâ€" duction for the current year does not appear unlikely. It iselikely the early closing by»law petitioned for by local merchants will be passed when the special meeting is held...
The Liberal, 24 Feb 1938 
Newspapers    ..., FEBRUARY 24th, 1938 "In Essentials, Unity; In Non-essentials, Liberty; In All BANQUET AND O‘RATORICAL CONTEST The Annual Convention of the North York Temperance Federation will be held in the Sunday School jroom of the Richmond Hill United Church on Tuesday, March 1st. A ibanquet will be served...
The Liberal, 3 Mar 1938 
Newspapers    ...€˜ ’~ ‘F flawsâ€"ix! VVOL. LVII. RICHMOND HlLL. ONTARIO THURSDAY. MARCH 3rd. 1938. No. 36} -_____â€"â€"â€"â€"â€"â€"â€"-â€" _n...
The Liberal, 10 Mar 1938 
Newspapers    ... Prize Winsmrs The Society’s premiums this year are unusually interesting. Each member may have a choice of one of the following: 1. Russell Lupin Seeds â€" a new and amazingly improved Lupin. 2. Named variety of Iris. 3. Named Gladiolus Bulbs. 4. Perennial roots or shrub. 1938 Fees are now...
The Liberal, 17 Mar 1938 
Newspapers    ... Well-man and Murray Cunningham; Typewriting, donated by Miw Shaw. If you have something to sell, in- sert a classified “ad‘” in The Lib- eral. 17th, 1938. Wumookoeuoo0uomowumuoouw The weatherman is still playing pranks but “variety is the spice of life” so do not let us complain...
The Liberal, 24 Mar 1938 
Newspapers    ...-storey birthday cake with candles. Dr. C. R. Boulding, mayor, was elected president for 1938 and he has pledged his full support to these in charge. The Golden Key MissiOn Band held their work meeting in the Sunday School Hall on Monday afternoon with a good attendance. Next Monday the meeting will be under...
The Liberal, 31 Mar 1938 
Newspapers    .... Saturday evening, Ap- ril 2, 1938 at 7.30 pm. The follow- ing gentlemen have accepted invita- tions to attend, The Rik. Hon. Sir William Mulock, K.C., M.G., Mr. Mor- gan Baker, M.L.A., Major H. A. C. Breuls, P.C. Magistrate William Keith, Major Alexander McKenzie, Lt. Col. W. P. Mulock, K.C., M.P., Col...
The Liberal, 7 Apr 1938 
Newspapers    ...- tawa this week of the appointment of 'Dr. J: P. Wilson of Richmond Hill as’ medical representative of the Department of National Health and Pensions for the Richmond Hill dis- trict. Officers of Township Assobiaiion Township Liberals APRIL 7th, 1938. Elected Although April was ushered...
The Liberal, 14 Apr 1938 
Newspapers    ... you played the gafine. McKAYâ€"In 'Richmond Hill, Thurs~ day, April 7th, to Mr. and Mrs- Walker McKay, a daughter. SPORTING NOTES MUSIC NOVELTY “FROM MINUET. TO BIG APPLE” BIRTH Yonge at Castlefield MO. 2172 RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, APRIL 14th, 1938. "...
The Liberal, 21 Apr 1938 
Newspapers    .... Mr. and Mrs. Soule of Merrickville E spent the Easter week-end with Dr.’ and Mrs. Bigford. I Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Keys attended the wedding of their granddaughter Ertta to Mr. Ralph Lundberg in High Park United Church in Toronto last Thursday. The Big Broadcast of 1938 VOL. LVII. PARKING FREE â...
The Liberal, 28 Apr 1938 
Newspapers    ... Garage Sunday morning- next, May 151'. at 10.30 am. EST. to par- ade to Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church with the Balmoral Pipe Band of Richmond Hill. All ex-service men invited to attend. Dress â€"â€" Berets, Medals. 'The opening game of the 1938 schedule of the Maple and District...
The Liberal, 5 May 1938 
Newspapers    ...-operate in Clean-up Campaign RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, MAY 5th, 1938 VOLLEYBALL CLUB NEWS Ashes are being removed from yards this week, but citiz'ens are warned that ashes which contain gar- bage cannot be taken by the town truck. LATE WALTER JOHN DUNCAN The death occurred recently of Wal- ter John...
The Liberal, 12 May 1938 
Newspapers    .... RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, MAY 12th, 1938. Special invitation issued to farm- ers to attend meeting sponsored by the Ontario Department of Agriculâ€" ture â€" Ontario Crop losses due to weeds last year estimated at eight- een million dollars. OFFICIALS TO DISCUSS BETTER W'EED CONTROL...
The Liberal, 19 May 1938 
Newspapers    ... .dvertising Rates on Application. TELEPHONE 9 THE LIBERAL PRINTING 00., LTD. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT RIGHMOND HILL Member Canadian Weekly Newspaper Association Subscription $1.50 per year â€" To the United States $2.00 Covering Canada’s Best Suburban District PAGE TWO THURSDAY, MAY 19th, 1938...
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