... and head|
from the hospital today indicate that
he is progressing favorably.
i water and fire.
als, Unity; In Non-Essentials.
Richmond Hill To u
Have a Reduction
Public School Estimates Up
Reeve J. A. Greene met with mem-
bers oi thÃ©tfinanc'e committee...
... and an increased
appropriation- for roads andâ€˜ side-
walks. The requisition of the pub-
lic school trustees this year was for
$12,300, an increase of $11800 over
last year. The 1943
the year with a record; balance on
hand of $119,831.45.
The finance committee met last
week and its report...
FARM MACHINERY DEMON-
STRATION AT MARKHAM
ï¬n Essentials, Unity; In Non-Essentials, Liberty; In All Things, Charityâ€.
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, MARCH 11th, 1943
RED CROSS AIM
SET AT $3100
With an objective of $3...
... fronts of the world. Itâ€™s a
FOURTH VICTORY LOAN DRIVE
STARTS MONDAY, NORTH YORK
OBJECTIVE SET AT $2,150,000
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, APRIL 22nd, 1943
North lurk Boys Overseas Will Not Fail Us â€"â€" Let Us
Make Very Sure We Do Not Fail Them
VICTORIA SQUARE NEWSY NOTES
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, APRIL 29th, 1943
First Returns In
Victory Loan Are
Ca'nadaâ€™s Fourth Victory Loan got
under way Monday and reports to
date indicate that in North York and
throughout Canada the people are
meeting the challenge with real en-
on April 26th. 1943
. at fhe Privatp
Patients Pavilion. Toronto General
Hospital, a daughter, Nancy Eliza-
â€" â€" _ ALSO â€" â€" â€"
GUY KIBBEE. GLORIA WARREN in
â€œ Cinderella Swings It â€
Addedâ€"Superman & Gang Busters for Saturday Matinee
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, MAY 13th, 1943
Patricia Ball of Richmond Hill
Winner of Junior Class
YOUNG PEOPLEâ€™S CHURCH
May 19th, 1943
Non-EssentialiLiberty; In All Things, Charityâ€.
Half A Million
In Three Days
North York Aim
... to the boys by the munici-
The annual meeting of the WJC.
T.U. was held at the home of Mrs.
Brethren Tuesday, May 18th, Mrs. A.
1L. Phipps presiding. The following
office-rs were elected for 1943
Hon. Pres., Mrs. A. E. Plewman;
Pres, Mrs. J. P. Wilson; Vice-Pres,
Mrs. I. D. Ramer; Cor. Sec...
... St., on May 7, 1943
in her 89th year. Mrs. Cook was
â€™born in Yorkshire, England coming
to this country at the age of four
years. She was married in 1876
living in or around North Toronto
until the death of her husband 2â€˜2
years ago. She came to Richmond
â€˜Hill in the sprimg of 1992 living...
... Evening 25c.
Funeral service from above adâ€"
dress on Friday, June 4th, 1943
2.30 pm. Interment Edgeley ceme-
SNHUE'Râ€"At her home, Elia, 0nt.,
on Wednesday, June 2, 1943
)beth Ann Devins, wife of the late
John C. Snider, dear mother of
(:Rilla) Mrs. Oâ...
.... Rolling was tor many years
after a short
The death occurred
illness of Barwell Lee Bennett,
highly esteemed citizen at his late
residence, 7 Centre St. West, Rich-
mond Hill on Friday, June 1.1, 1943
The late Mr. Bennett was in his 73rd
year. His wife Isabella chtt pre-
... been made
chairman of the activities committee
and with a large committee of Lions
is busy preparing to make the 1943
Street Dance the biggest and best
yet. Jerry LaVine and His Royal
Casino Orchestra has been engaged
to provide the music for modern and
old time dancing and there will â€˜be
.... Julv 8, 1943
Isabel. infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Lorne C. Heels.
Mr. John M. Hart â€˜of Cannington
has been engaged as principal of
Maple Public School beginning in the
Mrs. Chas. Ball and Miss Marion
Watson spent July lst holiday with
Mr. and Mrs. Morley Kinnee at their
...: In Non-Essentials. Liberty: In All Things. Charityâ€.
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, JULY 15th, 1943
Hen. Farquhar Oliver said that he
was not always a member of the
Liberal party. He was first elected
to the Legislature at the age of 22
as a member of the U.F.0. party.
He joined the Liberal...
:9 barns on
r and Sons,
â€œIn Essentials. U
RICHMOND HILL. ONTARIO THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23rd, 1943
Sunday next, September 26 is be-
ing oâ€™bserved as Rally Day in most
churches and Sunday â...
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30111. 1943
SUCCESSFUL FARM SALE
A successful farm sale was held
Wednesday afternoon by Roy Break,
lot 3, con. 8 Vaughan. K manure
spreader sold for $217.50, a gas en-
gine $77.50, and eight acres of standâ€"
ing corn brought $200. A rubber
tire wagon sold...
ca. 1943 Looking west on Mill St. from a little east of Bridgeford St. A little boy on the foreground of the photograph is Don Ritchie.
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