1942 A photograph of Sergeant Sidney Hunt of the Toronto Scottish Regiment.
...] seven years Years in the same
office, wasÂ» the only nominee for the
office of Reeve for 1942
Middleton, Dr. J. P. Wilson, R. D.
Little and William Neal, members
of council since 1940 were the only
nominations for councillors. For
school trustee. L. H. Clement, Dun-,
can M. Chamney and Duncan...
... Womenâ€™s Missionary Society
and! the Womenâ€™s Association of the
United ChurchÂ» the following officers
were installed for 1942
: Officers for
W.M.S.: Honorary president, Mrs. J.
T. Saigeon; past president, Mrs. A.
Forrest; president, Mrs. L. Laver;
lst viceâ€"president, Mrs. C. Norman;
... Years Is
Retiring Jan. 31
A pioneer farmer of Vaughan
township, John McLean died at the
Brampton Hospital on January 4th,
after a short illness. He was of
Scottish descent and was born at
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, JANUARY 15th, 1942
Canadlalâ€™s wartime production to be
installation of new officers for 1942
Miâ€˜lâ€™d) weather Pfifthe past week
has not brought joy3 to the curling
enthusiasts. The â€˜k'oft stpell necessi-
tated the cameâ€™llâ€˜in'g of schedule
games this week:- '
The two rinks representing Rich-
mond Hill in the Provincial...
...€œInâ€˜Essentials, Unity; In Non-Essentials, Liberty; InrAlliThingis, Charityâ€.
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, JANUARY 29th, 1942
To Be Clerk and
Treas. of Village
At a specialâ€˜ meeting of Richmond
H.in Councii Monday evening, Russ-
eâ€˜l-lâ€˜ Lyneâ€™at was chosen from thirteen)
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5th, 1942
Capt. W. F. Meusley representing
the Department of National War
Services urged the council to take
the lead in forming a local Salvage
Committee. â€œI know many organ-
izations are doing something at this
work in your community, but to ob-
HOUSES AND THREATENS
â€œInâ€˜TEssentials, Unity; In Non-Essentials. Liberty; In All Things, Charityâ€.
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12th, 1942
Despite the condition of the roacls
a very large crowd attenderl the
Ernest Diiblb auction sale...
... WILL BE SERVED
300 Seats All Evening 25c.
WILL HOLD A SALE OF
AT 3 Oâ€™CLOCK
â€œIï¬ssentials, Unity; In Non-Essentials, Liberty; In All Things, Charityâ€.
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19th, 1942
Public School Staff â€˜
â€˜flrï¬ï¬‚ssentials, Unity; In-.Non-ESSentials, Liberty; In :All Thingsh Charityâ€.
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26th, 1942
For Year 1941
Reports on the operation of the
North Yonge Radials...
... in five and a Half
â€œIE'Essentials, Unity; In Non-Essentials, Liberty; In All Things, Charityâ€.
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, MARCH 5th, 1942
There must be no sitting back with
the idea that this loan is going to
be oversubscribed by â€œthe other fel-
... York munici-
palities but Aurora, East Gwillim-
bury, also exceeded their objectives.
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, MARCH 12th, 1942
North York figures, while very
satisfactory would have been much
larger but for the fact that many
living in the district made their sub-
... is not only invited, but urged
to attend this meeting. This call is
a challenge to every citizen. War
time requirements are making sal-
vage one of the really big wÃ©r jobs
on the home front.
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, MARCH 19th, 1942
Richmond Hill To Mobilize
For All-Out Salvage Effort...
... to Mrs. Chavmnney by
Saturday, March 28th. The draw
will be made at the business meetâ€"
inlgâ€˜ onâ€˜ Wedmeâ€˜sd-ay next.
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, MARCH 26th, 1942
ThJe Commit?th calâ€™letl for volunâ€"
teers after the meeting and over â€˜20
were secured. In this; issue...
Congratulations are offered to Mr.
3ordon Orr who was elected Pres'iâ€"
lâ€˜ant of Velâ€™lore Jr. Farmers for 1942
Good Friday Service willâ€˜ be heldâ€˜
.at 2 pan. in St. Stephenâ€™s Anglican
Church. The celebration of Holy
Communion will be observed Easâ€˜ber
Sunday at 9 a.=m. with Evensong...
â€œIFl'Essentials, Unity; In Non-Essentials, Liberty; In All Things, Charityâ€.
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, APRIL 9th, 1942
SPRING FLO0DS CAUSE MUCH
DAMAGE TO VAUGHAN ROADS
Flood damage to Vaughan Town-
sh-ip roads and: bridges this spring
was quite serious, it was reported...
ark County Farms To Produce More In 1942
SEA RAIDERS & EXTRA CARTOONS. SUPERMAN
FOR SATURDAY MATINEE
MAPLE NEWSY NOTES
CAPITOL THEATRE ?
LYNN BARI; CORNEL WYLD in
â€œ The Perfect Snob â€
300 Seats All Evening 25c.
Friends of Mrs. Joshua Manning
are glad to know...
... decision involved in Mondayâ€™s voting
which if it goes the wrong way will be far more costly than
the expense of the plebiscite.
RICHMOND HUJL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, APRIL 23rd, 1942
This is noti e to argue about the advisability of holding
a plebiscite. Thâ€˜ Plebiscite is a reality. The voting takes place...
TO TAL . . . . . . . . 472
RIC4I-DMâ€˜ON D HILL
L . . . . . . . . 1390
ONTARIO THURSDAY, APRIL 30th 1942
... boy of Toronto
Bilble College in- 1942
, will be the
guest speaker at Pine Grove Con-
gregational Church Sunday evening,
â€™May 10th at 7.30 oâ€™clock.
Pte. Jack Saigeonâ€˜ of the Ordin-
ance Corps, Stanley Barracks, spend:
the week-endI at his home here.
Plenty of Offenders Are Receiving
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