... the park. Everyone
come and enjoy these pictures.
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IN NORMA ALLEYâ€™S
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'Wilbert Cousins, W. J. Johnson and
Joshua Manning were elected trus-
tees of the Police Village of Maple
for the year 1938
..., January 15.
Meeting will open' promptly at 3.30.
Officers for 1938
will be elected, re-
ports of last yearâ€™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.
Standard. January 12th, 1939.
You can read some people like a
book, but you canâ€™t shut them up
She possessed a cheer-,
service Monday was,
11 Things, Cha
HlLL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, JANUARY 20th. 1938
Reports for Past...
... School work for the past
year. Mr. J. Leece who acted as
secretary-treasurer for the past eight
years resigncd and Miss Gertie Lund
was appointed to that office.
The officers elected for the year
were: Honorary Superintendent,
J. A. Rose; Superintendent, Mr. M!
J. Kinnee; 1st Assistant...
By Order, Village Council.
"In Essentials, Unity; In Non-essgiti
RICHMONDi 31114, ONTARIO THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd, 1938
The annual meeting of the Richâ€"
mond Hill Agricultural Society was
... years ago. Left to
mourn his loss are, a son Fred, 3
daughters, Mrs. Edwin Fierheller of
Merry-Go-Round of 1938
TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15 - 16
Irene Dunne, Cary Grant
__ ._ 1N _ _.
JACK HOLT in â...
... 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 byÂ»law petitioned for
by local merchants will be passed
when the special meeting is held...
..., FEBRUARY 24th, 1938
"In Essentials, Unity; In Non-essentials, Liberty; In All
BANQUET AND Oâ€˜RATORICAL
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...
...€˜ â€™~ â€˜F ï¬‚awsâ€"ix!
VVOL. LVII. RICHMOND HlLL. ONTARIO THURSDAY. MARCH 3rd. 1938
. No. 36}
... Prize Winsmrs
The Societyâ€™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.
Fees are now...
... Well-man and
Murray Cunningham; Typewriting,
donated by Miw Shaw.
If you have something to sell, in-
sert a classified â€œadâ€˜â€ in The Lib-
The weatherman is still playing
pranks but â€œvariety is the spice of
lifeâ€ so do not let us complain...
...-storey birthday cake
Dr. C. R. Boulding, mayor, was
elected president for 1938
has pledged his full support to these
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
.... 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.,
tawa this week of the appointment
of 'Dr. J: P. Wilson of Richmond
Hill asâ€™ medical representative of the
Department of National Health and
Pensions for the Richmond Hill dis-
Officers of Township Assobiaiion
APRIL 7th, 1938
Although April was ushered...
... you played the
McKAYâ€"In 'Richmond Hill, Thurs~
day, April 7th, to Mr. and Mrs-
Walker McKay, a daughter.
TO BIG APPLEâ€
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, APRIL 14th, 1938
Mr. and Mrs. Soule of Merrickville E
spent the Easter week-end with Dr.â€™
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
The Big Broadcast of 1938
... 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,
'The opening game of the 1938
schedule of the Maple and District...
...-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
LATE WALTER JOHN DUNCAN
The death occurred recently of Wal-
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...
.dvertising Rates on Application. TELEPHONE 9
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Covering Canadaâ€™s Best Suburban District
THURSDAY, MAY 19th, 1938
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