... council elected for 1941
holding office for
Councillor Wes Middleton asl
chairman of the Parks and Build-
ings Committee reported that the
arena had a very successful year, in
fact one of the most satisfactory
from a financial standpoint since the
rink was built. Mr. Middleton...
... the support-
ers of the two year term for mun-
icipal councils in Mondayâ€˜s voting in
Richmond Hill, and thatâ€™s all there
were of them, just seven out of over
nine hundredâ€˜ eligible to vote. The
final count of the ballots asking â€œdo
you favor the municipal council
elected for 1941
.... Win the
ladies please "take a. hot dish and a
UNITED CHURCH YOUNG
PEOPLEâ€™S EXECUTIVE 1941
Hon. Pres., Rev. Mr. Follett;
Pro/5.. Bob Edmunds; Vice-Pres., May
Plewman; Sec-Treatsâ€ Johm Schur:
man; Pianist, Marie Brilâ€˜linlger; Con-
venexâ€˜s, Ruth Tyndall, AEileen Cook,
..., ONTARIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23rd, 1941
E. G. Farr and J. Ray Price were
Isaâ€"appointed York County represent-
atives on the York County Good
Roads Commission Wednesday for
the next five years. The two former
members were re-elected' by substan-
tial majorities defeating ex-warden
Music Contest To
Start Next Week
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30th, 1941
W. C. T. U.
The monthly meeting of the W.â€˜C.
TUI. wilâ€™l â€˜be heldâ€˜ at the home of
1Mrs. A. J. Hume, 101 Yonge Street,
:on Tuesday, February 4th at 3 pm,
An address will be given by Reâ€œ
... reports were presented
on the activities of the past year
and officers elected! for 1941
A. Bales was re-elected as president
and the other officers are: let vice-
presidren-t, Aulbrey Teal; 2nd viceâ€"
president, E. D. Cunnimgham; sec.-
treas., John Martin; Dinectors, Miss
L. Anderson, Rev. H. E...
... Savings Campaign about to be launched in Rich-
mond Hill and vicinity to urge our citizens to buy War Sav-
ings Certificates, must be regarded as a necessary part of our
FEAR GOD AND BUY WAR SAVINGS CERTIFICATES
ONTARIO, . THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13th, 1941
\Mrs. E. Hicks'on of Brampton is
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20th, 1941
Richmode Hilâ€™l tax rate took a sub-
stantial drop when the Municipal
Council met this Week and fixed the
levy for this year at forty-five mills,
three mills llow-er than last year.
Reeve T. H. Trench spent several
hours on the estimates and pencils...
...;back up our fighting forces.
Citizens Chem-fully Enlist as Regular
Saved-S for Victory
GOING OVER TOP
AS WAR SAVERS
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27th, 1941
ALL DAY OF PRAYER
Em. C. G. Hamilton to the Honored
Guest of the evening, R.W. Bro. J.
â€˜E. Francis. In response...
... scrutinized and
steps will be: taken .to col".th amount
paid from parties concerned. _
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY. MARCH 6th, 1941
Vaughan Council Rdgulajr qu'tingâ€"I
Pine Gmnvve to Ham: Street
Lights â€" Relief is Down
RADIALS SHOW A
PROFIT IN JAN.
... the So-
ciety has sponsored.
Friday, March let, 1941
, the Soâ€"
ciety has arranged! for an illustrat-
ed lecture to be hehl in the United
Church School Room. The speaker
is Doctor J. D. Macâ€˜Lachlan of Onâ€"
tario Agricultural College, Guelph.
H-is subject is â€œWhat goes on in the
onÂ» as usual in 1941
. This is a den-
cided break for the boys and! girls
in the: Province and they should take
advantage of every opportunity.
,In York County, W. M. Cockburn
is planning to have Calf Cluâ€™bsÂ» an
Newmarket, Markham and Wood-
bridge; a Grain Club at Schombevgl-
if sufficient boys...
... Heads Richmond Hill
Committee â€" Organization to be Set Up in All Communities
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 27th, 1941
JERSEY CLUB TO MEET
The York County Jersey Club has
completed plans for their annual
meeting to be helldl in the Depart-
ment of Agriculture, New-market, on
..., The Knights of Columbus Army Huts, The
Y.M.C.A. and the I.O.D.E., the recognized agencies ministering
to the welfare of our fighting forces make this joint appeal for
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 3rd, 1941
These organizations need this money
GIVE YOUR BIT . . . THEY OFFER ALL...
... â€" FILM MAN
â€œ THE HIT PARADE OF 1941
CONTINUOUS SHOW FRIDAY FROM 2 PM
PAUL MUNI - GENE TIERNEY ir.
â€œ HUDSONâ€˜S BAY â€
â€" ALSO â€"â€"
MILDRED COLES - RICHARD AINLEY in
KENNY BAKER - FRANCIS LANGFORD...
... meeting for
this season in the Municipal Hall
on Monday, April 215~t at 8 pm.
A special request has been made
for every person who is interested
to attend this meeting for the elec-
tion of officers for 1941
The regular meeting of Richmond
Hill Lions Club will be held tonight
at 630. Following a...
With plans now (being made for
the potato crop of 1941
, it is timer
that we have just received from Ag-
ricultural Representative, W. M.
York Growers Study Potato Growing
SERIAL AND EXTRA CARTOONS FOR SAT. MATINEE ONLY
MO. 2'1 72
MON., TUES" WED., THURS. APRIL 28 - 29 - 30...
... on the North Yonge Radâ€"
ials soared to a new high for the
first quarter of 1941
, according to
a report submitted by the T.T.C. and
read at Monday nightâ€™s council meetâ€"
ing. For the first three months of
this year the profit on operations
was $2,264.93, as compared with an
...,262 at the
end of 1937.
Auditorsâ€™ Report Reflects
Financial Pusition -â€" Tax
ments Improve â€"--~ Cm
tract Let For Grâ€˜aVel
Held on Monday
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, MAY 8th, 1941
DOMINION WAR LOAN
T. H. TRENCH, Reeve
... to appear before gatherings.
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, MAY 15th, 1941
The sports program willâ€˜ include
a ladiesâ€™ softball tournament and1
races and athletic events for child-
ren. J. S. McNair in: charge of con-
cessions reports a big demand for
space and the midway will have
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