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»6TH YEAH, EXPRESS-HEftALO 51*0 YEAR NO. 24 



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^^i^^^reiwlu of the. high school 
" entrance examinations (or in* 
vipiftclorate York No. 1 and those 
^l|centxe« affiliated with York No; 



Bj^'L'&e announced. 




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Bray, Ivan H.; Bricc, Donald E. 
(H); Brillinger, LoV; " 
; Broughton, Muriel; Buckley, 
Teddy; Budd, Donald E. (H); 
Burch, Evelyn; . 

Calvert. Peggy L. (H); Carley, 
Arlene M. E.; Clarke, Dawn; 
C l.o s s. Marguerite; Cock burn, 
Douglas; Collins. Patricia M.; 
Cotton, F. Ross; 
Darrach. Gordon D.; Davies, 
'/hay grant pass standing for any \ Trevor; Davy. Jiil I. M.; DoLa- 
conaitjerution whatsoever to a H aye, John C; -Drucry, Charles; 
candidate who has failed but Dunn. Patricia F. (H); 
/•Who. is IS years of age or oyer Edwards, Dorothy; Epworth. E. 
at the time of the examination; 
•but across the face of the en- 



Regulation 10 (5) which ap- 

>v pearl after some candidates' 
;■ ;nwnes re*ds from the high school 
p:^jrttK» regulations issued by 
^|'^ii-.;deparlment of education as 
^ifollows; . -"The entrance board 



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Mary; Evans. Douglas; Fearon. 
John (H); Fogal, Wilma t.; Fox- 
trance certificate so granted croft. Janet L. (If); 
there shall be written the follow- Gillespie, S. Lourcne (If); Gil- 
|r^ing endorsation signed by the man, Margaret Anne <H); Green* 
^.chairman and the secretary of I wood, Margaret J. (II); Green* 
Hhe entrance board, vii.: This J wood. M. R. Norine; Hall. Bever- 




^ certificate has been granted, un? 
der the provisions of regulation 
} JO (5> of the high school entrance 
^Regulations.' The names of such 
^'candidates shall not be included 
a : \fn the list of candidates 'regular* 
ly passed but shall be reported 
as having passed under regula- 
tion (lor 5." : l&tt- m ;ffi?'i$> 
Regulation'; 10 (8)i which also 
appears, reads as follo^sV'^rhc 

le nt r anc c : board m^y; grant 
^landing to • a candidate who 5b. 

^prevented by illness or : oWw^un» 
^voidable: cause from "writing 
"pine or more subjects of the ex? 
.amihation, provided, the board m 



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MEMBEB AUDIT BUMAU OF CUCTJLA TWOT SINGLE COPIES S CENTS 6*6 



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I Newnu»ket-A truck ^owncd tracks where tho right rear wheel 

»aHwa»*^5iia* as? diss srs,/*^ agaiMt *•-*?* 

train at the i fSful M , . 

With the (ruck unable to pro. : 

ceed cither ahead or backwards,: ? 

. , , - , , * t ■—^"■^uMiH'iHi^wuuir tlircc occupants got out of - ; 

Toronto but formerly from New injun?a . uwt * HLrc tho cab shortly before the C.N.R. ^ 

Zealand. Tlie firm name hasi j Hd , ng wUh Brorfmaj| , f ,^| freight train reached the cross- 

' " ' were David m & Tho lro,,, » which had slow- 

unldcnti-i tu ' tov n st0 P in Newmarket, : 
whi w,tsi sl r uc,c the t / uck °* l*w rfght rear 



er, owner of George D. Bender . «,| lcn otr'iipfc K» -, 

Casket Manufacturing Co., has wJtiS f«L& JTLi'LS?!! 

sold his business to Arthur C^fSSL %ff fe 11 "?^^ 




ley; 

Kcffer. Ruth Y.; Kirbyson, 
Jean E. - L.; Kit byson, Norcen 
E; Koffend. J. Claire; 
'Lang ton. Donald; LeDrew. 

Ruth. A.; I^ehinnn. Franklin;! First aid iwsts are maintained on 
Ughtheart, r Norman C; (II); hull from accidents. One such post i; 



partner of Norman norland in 

1038 at the site later used by jSJg: th( T accident 

Quinlan Hassocks Ltd. Efc went 

into business on his own in 1941, 

using part of the Dixon Pencil 



wheel and slewed it about, 
wrecking the body of the truck 



n many Ontario highways are? part of the effort to reduce the 
, „ r s niaintained at Alfred Lewis* service station at the corner nf 



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Lyon, David J. M.: 

'.-Martin, Aubrey; McCaffrey, I replenishes the first aid kit at the station. 

Melfort: Metcalfe. Dorothy (H); 

Mills, Robert; Mitchell, George 

M, (H); Mftchell, J. Anne E. (H); 

Moron, Lois M.; Morton, Frank- 1 

lin W. (II); « 

^Newtoni William; Pollard, G. 

Stanley ;.Prosser, John L.; Qu'mn, 

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v; Of the opinion that the candidate 1 Renzius. Hehec; Riddell, Ed- 
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P'Sp^t NEWMARKET 

3^ Adams, Edmund; Adams, 
g; Margaret E.; Bate, Ernest; Bell, 

ffancy X (H); Betts, Billy J.; 
%-? f$irrell, Thomas J. M.; Black well, 
i^Mary "J. (H); Blizzard, Stanley; 



ward D.; Riddell, Glenna M. 
(II); Riddell. L. Shirley; 

Saunders, Robert (11); Scott, 
Ray W.; Shropshire, Jack (II); 
Simmerson, Elgin; Skead, Harry; 
Smith, Margaret B. M. (Reg. 10 
(5) ); Spaulding, Leon a (H); 
Stephenson, Harold (II); 
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AURORA T.B. SURVEY 

Aurora — The Ire© chest 
x-ray survey opens in Au- 
rora July 11 at Aurora high 
school as part of a campaign 
to .eradicate .tuberculosis. 
The clinic Is open from July 
11 to July 16. All citizens 
are asked to take advantage 
of the clinic. The x-ray 
takes only a few minutes 

aJid no undressing is neces- 
sary. 




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PLANS CARNIVAL 








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charge of the free chest x-ray wm-raw um 

survey in Newmarket from July 

18 to July 24 express satisfaction 

at the number of North York 

residents outside of Newmarket 






A»r*r4— A request : from Ui6j are passing -this on to council. 
pV. AtJroni- public .library; board for' which can do as it aetss fit" said 
p£;.ifcB ' municipality to ^ acquire the Councillor Davles.. .^^Thore is no 
Mi present building. occupied by the 



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library board v/as held oyer by 
the Aurora town council.; Mntil 
the library board meets with the $ 



plan before council but as 1 



Aurora— The Aurora Canadian 
Legion carnival carded for July 
19 once again looms up as one 
of tho bigg 

the district 

of events- this year is a baby 
see j show convened by Mrs. Norman 



who have indicated their wish to 
participate in tho survey. 

The survey is being held In 
Trinity United church rooms. 
Friday. July 111, Saturday morn* 
tag and Monday morning have 
been reserved for industrial 
workers in Newmarket and high 
school students. Newmarket cit- 
izens 



eron; 

Mrs. Annie Ritchie; Mr. Jas. 
Ritchie; Morris Stickwood, Mrs. 
Margaret J. Stickwood; Freeman 
Croutch; Mrs. Freeman Croutch; 
George Lccuyer; 

Donald Lccuyer; Kiln Denne; 
rred Gartshore; Mrs. Fred Gart- 
shorc; Shirley Gartshore; Aud- 
rey Gartshore; 

Alan Case; David Case; Cecil 
Pmder, Mrs. Cecil Pinder, Don- 



the driver. 
"Fred" was last seen shortly 

running east am * brewing its load of Itierch- •>> 
on Water St. and so far has not am,ise a, °ng the right-of-way, f 
been found by police, * j Little damage -was done to tho 

r * u n; w r.,r »,;. . 3 u n According to Chief Constable ' train which continued after a 
h^ltonS Watl ' wh0 investigated, short delay. Wm. (Jtbson, Tor- Ki 

W^J^n^!^ I, u , ?! 8 J ,h0 trnck went ««*« Water St. onto. nn<l W. J. B. Gordon Tor- V 
add ng a new addition to it last amJ starl( . d up „ |e hi|| Part ollto# mro onKJnoer and c0 ' n(Iuc- 

and son, Blair, will continue to* 
live in Newmarket. 

Mr. Carson, who will be the 
manager of the firm in Newmar- 
ket, has secured an apartment 
(and has moved his wffc and nix- 
year-old son here. Mr. Carson 
came to Canada in 1930 and 
spent a year in Vancouver before 
moving to Toronto. He left his 
native country for Canada to 
add to his experience in 
furniture trade. Mr. Banks came 
to Canada in 1923. 



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aid Pinder; June Pinder, Klda 
Hall; Madelc-ne Hall; 



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y U there is not much use in hav-iRietz of Aurora. Dr. Mervyn u, V*" Bn Ul f w< 
il irig a planning board if we don't j Peever of Newmarket. Dr. Cecil L ^ mo . n * J ' hosc 
e 'follow theit advice in matters Green of Aurora, and Dr. J. Har-I 2? i % ? 1? V ° 



are being canvassed andj Urna Miller, Rae Miller; Rob- 

«rt Milter; Peter Farr; Annie 
Jones; Ernest Jones; Mlidre<i 
Jones; Risbrough family of fivo. 

OUKKNS VILLK 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kavauagh; 



open from ID a.iu 
through the week. 



Newmarket -Trevor Shier, M. 

the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Shier, 

7ft Prospect St., is unconscious 

In Toronto Western hospital 

with a compound fracture of the 

skull, suffered when he was in 

collision with a car driven by 

Stan. Evans, Newmarket, while 

j delivering groceries on his bicy- 

jcle. It was feared at first that 

u T — 'Z — • (the youngster had also sustained 

Newmarket — On Monday afr ; internal injuries, but subsequent 



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For Children Begins 



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Young Campers Home 
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ternoon, the summer recreation examinations 



revealed that cuts 



urogram of the Newmarket ;md bruises were his only other 
Lions club got underway at the Injuries, Reports from the hos- 
Lions park, with Tom Mellale. j pjta| indicate that the lad is do- 
l«, as chief supervisor, assisted j j ng better than was expected. 

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Newmarket— Thirty-two boys^ 



from Newmarket were among the,'>^ 
70 to attend Camp Ashunyoong '|| 
at Ductus Point from June 27 UiM 
July 4. The boys ranged in age ^ 
from eight- to II years and were 
under the watchful eye of II. A, :> 
Budd, Newmarket, and camp 
councillors George Case, Bob; : 
Build, Ken liudd and Rill HiUz; 
Rev. Doug Davis, StouffviHc;:^ 
was genera! manager of ffiar$£ 



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at the University of Toronto. 



for his wedding when the ncct- Jcbapin. Melville, was director of^ 



dent occurred shortly iu-fore two 
\hu\. on Saturday. He rushed 
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Aurora^ town planning '- commit* j like this," said Reeve C. E. ris of Richmond Hill will adju-j 
tee. - jSparksi dtcatc the big event which will] 

> *yta are meeting with' -tho j. 'i know the planning commit- iget underway at 2 p.m. in the 1 
library board next week and! tee is anxious to eliminate jogs; Armory. s 



ludcd in 
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activities, Harry NeJlis acted 
as swimming instructor for the 
boys over the first weekend. 



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Aurora— Accompanied by chil- 
dren from the LoyalTrue Rlue 
Orphanage at Klgin Mills, mem- 
Unitcd Kmpire L.O.I*., 



|C3^^^-U^^'WA>p1l$^i^||^^mniiir-| Patrick reported. The Aurora 

i^'^**" ' that --ai-': plan to\\ n hjew 1 street; Horticultural Society will be 

r ^submitted. by! George Lawson had } asked. to care fur the trees in the 

* rn&t^beeit approved by ■ the corn'-; f u lure, .-"Total: cost involved was 

mUtfeyue to its location, "We!S7.10, it was stated. 

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Heaney, the son. of Mr. and Mrs. 
>Ve<|. Ifeaney, Yohge St. died air 
:v:"ru°st instantly after a collision 
" : . with a ear driven by E." rVNead* 
ies, Toronto, on Yohge St. just 
- oioulh of. Kennedy St. shortly af- 
ter f> p.m. on Vr'edhesday. : * 
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child was attempting to; cross 
Yonge St. from tin? east side to 



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Aurora — Lcs Iteaxe r, An* 

ran restaurant owner, has 
offered- a contribution of $5 
towards a fund for the pur- 
cha.se of playground equip- 
ment and the employment 
of -Mujwr visors iii the Aurora 
town park as part of a pro- 
gram to provide recreation 
for' youngsters unable to get 
away for the Hummer. 



to junior circuit, one of Tor- 
onto's best minor ball clubs. A 
four-team picked sof thall tourna- 
ment featuring Toronto Sports- 
men's and Oiilfia Branches along 
with Aurora; and NeWnuirket 
Vei.s looks like. ^ big nvenl 
Girl's softbail, children's races 
and other contests round out the 

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In the evenihfta variety .show, 
the selection of "Queen of the 
Oay" and a fine midway; v/i 11 
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OFFERS f RAINING OnOUNO 

i .A uror a— The 2Sttt Armored 
the west side when the accident | U^StmcnV (<}u*oen's York Itung- 
occurrcd; Traffic was heavy, at i *-«*),• through the generosity of 
the time. Chief Constable Fiih- j Ft ank Williams, Whitchurch twp., 



ATTKNO. CONVKNTION 

Aiirira -, Attending tho $&£* 
Cltib convention in Windsor last 
week were past president Wil- 
liam Moni.s and Mrs. Morris, 
President and Mrs. Clifton 
Spence, Mr. and Mrs. Archie 
Cousins, Mi\ and Mrs. Wyatt 
Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. K V 



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honey. 

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Mrs. Wigby; Mrs. H. A. Dike 
and family of four. 

*U s SIIAKON 

Stephen Newroth; Ktizal*eth 
Ncwroth; Lilliian l.ilholt; Marg- 
r.let Kenny; KIsie Kenny; Grace 
Kenny: Walter Kenny; Doris 
Kciiny:' John . Rogers, Itichard 
Hogeis; ... . ' 

Beatrice Shaw; Mrs. Carl Ver- 
non; Robert Vernon; Mr. William 



Mrs. Raymond Watson and three i "* mv "«««! are expected to ai 
children; Mrs. Wilhnan and son;' live al lht K'^nds shortly. On j 
Mr. ami Mrs. Raymond Hunt- j Tuesday over 100 children were 

the grounds. 



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ley; Mrs. P. Hoag; Barbara Com- present at 

er; Mis. Cryderman and three ! • ; -. :" — --.. . — —-^r-T* 

children: Mrs, Ceo. Pearson; fAKARlAM MFFflFH 
Mrs. Joe Rimdle; Michael Run- ^MLJAnlAn ULLULU 

die; Rose Rundle; Mrs. Huff and! 
son: Miss Hazel Doane; • ! 

Mrs. Titus Peregrine; Tommy j 
Percgrfne: Jim m i e Peregrine; j Aurora —A #0- pound two-year -' 
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Arnold; Jim- » old mother made local dogdom 



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enne at mice/.'Alr; Kef-;."! 

flu- farm help which '^f 
broughi out has in 
cases been vorv good 
arrived m Newmarket we do not want too 



seven men between the ages Of I most 
22 and 31 



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birth 

pies 

boxer named Astoria of Clicstifin, 

is owiu-d by William Morris, 



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t w, . *¥ foreign extraction. Many of^f 

to a btter of 13 boxer pup-; throe spoke excellent English, them find it hard to Uarn Kng- - 

lilt- mother, a registered) two spoke <piite a bit and the jlish, others ai 

°lher two had only a slight: The ones who 
knowledge. Ail have come fromjspeak English ate good but we do 



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do know how to 



Aurora, and is of royal canine Ihe Polish reconstruction force -not want too many who cannot 



In Don Jail Without Bail 



blood. One of her ancestors was 
the great Sir Galahad of Dladar. 
Ten of the puppies are still alive 
and feeding and according to 



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Newmarket — George Maclean, 
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a fine Yirmorcd 

: i corps training area oii. Mr, Wil* 

IHains* farm, featuring practically 

. {every kind of terrain encounter- 

jed in armored warfare. 'Hie Res- j 

jture of. co-operation by Mr. Wil-i 
:: Insertions under thb hctdlnf,;Uanjs is greatly appreciated by! 
» eenU for 25 word*; 'extra! the officers and men of the unit- 
weeks 35 cents per week; over 23 j 
wordt , one cent per word perl 



Smith and Mr. uml Mrs n* W tS V . -° r Cous,ns «W- 

llarkey - " • * mr | Newmarket, is being held with- 

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CmKHKATK AT It. ||||j. 

Aurora — Aurora United Km* 

puv L.O.I,. niS, and Queen Mary 

UO.I1.A, will celebrate "the gl<»- 

.noiis Mth" ;,t Richmond Hill 

;this year. The annual church 

{parade was bold for both lodges 

rAt , £ „ ¥ .., - Pin-!« l Wesley United church. Van- 

^ : ,1 - l - a hc % U)n members, nphs. Newtonards, County Down,! cl "^ on Sunday, .July «. 
^■SrA 0ln ^l r 0Ur S0Cial cvc '» J nfi onjHorthein Ireland, arrived by!- . * 



AllltlVKS BV PI-ANK 
Ncwii&rket— Mr. .lames 



feai-B*Way. July II, at 6 pirn/ in {pjane Saturday. June 21. Mr.j 



PASS KXA.MS 



^vf^eglon clubroonu. Newmarket, jPiunVns is making Ins homo in 

^ \m-^. ^ -aV - : ; c ^«l^wi««irket with his unck andj Aurora ^ Students attending 
$H$^ H«dnesda>\ July 23— Bazaar !f»»*» Mr. and Mrs, II a r r y : Toronto Central technical school 
^S^nd garden party on Keswick ? Holmes. ] have nlldone well in their exa- 

I^UnUctl chtircfi lawns, Good sup- j r— ; — ^ j iiiitmtions. In second yeaicom- 

i^fe^f., 00 ^ Piograp^ Adults 50c. i AIR CAUKT CAMP inerelal art, Peggy dunton and 

^^cbiUtren 35c. c2w24j Newmarket— The Newmarket I***? ">» have »>oih passed with 

P':;^* every Friday night Air Cadets will go to Camp Bor-i honow. In third year commer- 
t Cookstown Pavilion. Donidvn for the .summer camp from! tial art, Frances Moore won 

honors Ariel Valencia McNnught 
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**lj?* . tilTimodations hnve been provided 

B fgf l** * l MJddlebrook'a air- for 25 from Newmarket ami n 
;cpndit!oned dance hall at Arml- 
; Uge every Wednesday and Fri- 






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-jlty evening to BUI Smith's 

& ^; orchfstr. of Toronto. tfI8 

fel^Wff «Ji«Ua« Tuesday through 

e&S^**W*;-*Sfc Wcdnesdoy and 
: •**3fflg»W r ;*P«nB0i«( f - adults .25c, 

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chartered buy will be usixl If the 
number warrants il. Harold 
Garrait is in charge of arrange- 
ments and can be reached by 
phone at aiJSw. Uniforms and 
summer Issue will be distributed 
at Ihe Newmarket high school, at 
7 p.m., July 29 All boys over 14 
are eligible. 



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Newmurket-Two pupils of . _ 

King George school whose names jthe face and beat me al>out the 



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tiiis week following his arrest on 
suspicion of robbery with vfo- 
leiue. Maclean lives at 10 Cot- 
ter Si, Newmarket. He was 

arraigned in magistrate's court 
here Friday. 

Robert Dempsey, 17, Lansing, 
told iwilice he was driving north 
to Bradford on No. 11 highway 
oh Thursday and had picked up 
a hitch-hiker, whom he had 
dropped off at Bradford. Ue said 
he told th<* man he would be re- 
turning .south in a few hours and 
was asked far a lift on the return 
trip as well. Dempsey said he 
agreed to watch for the man and 
picked him up biter at night 
while driving through the Hol- 
land marsh. 

"lie told me he had difficulty 
in walking and offered me a dol- 
lar to drive him to his home in 
Glcnvflle. I agreed to take him 
to his home but refused the 
dollar," Dempsey told police. 
"When we passed the (5 Ion vi lie 
pond he suddenly struck me in 



in K n g I a n d (a semi-military j speak English.". 

force used while in the period of . ' . -; 

live | transition) under the control of] KKI'OUTS ASSAl'1/r 

Dr. th* British government, and are! Newmarket- -A woman repof? 
Herbert Beuber, Newmarket, are<singhv They were placed on] toil being attacked by an unideii-v"~ 
doing well. | farms about Ncwmaikct. ( filled assailant on Joseph St; ?• 

Constable Aubrey Fleury saidj Or. Ikmbcr received the eall] Two of the men took part in j Tuesday night. According to ^ 
Ocmpsey gave a very good des-i from the Kesdale Kennels, where the- Italian campaign, while the Chief Constable Ronald Watt, 
cription of bis assailant. - &l£S£pgg& was °lyu»g in*', early 111 [other five were with the Armor- t! »' woman Was thrown to the 
night-long search of the area by jthe morning and by noon seven urf Brigade of the Second Polish B^»«<l hut her attacker was 
Newmarket police, York county |of the puppies had been deliver* (Corps in Normandy. Six were i driven off by her screams. Sev- 



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the exam results last week are 
Peter Bell and ]: Q rant Morton 
who passed frbni grade, V to 



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head and made off with my wrist 
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; Despite, injuries, Dem.pspy 
managed tp,~make. his wiiy to ft 



police n nd provincial police was ed 
begun. Acting on information i$> M«K 
relayed to him by Chief Con- 
stable Ronald Watt. Newmarket, 
Constable Fleury arrested Mac- 
loan while? he was at work on 
Friday. Constable Fleury said 
identification was positive when 
il was discovered that tattoo 
marks on Maclean's arms tallied 
with a description gh'cn by 

Dempsey. 



naturally. It was not until 
that Dr< Hifiiber received 



with the Armored Brigade as 
tank drivers or repairmen, while 



a second rush call -and aided and [one was in the infantry. 



abhetted by (iertrude Pollock, 
Reg. N., whom Dr. Reuber had 
called to aid in Ihe emergency, 

a Caesarian operation was lK-r*{i„ this district and will probab- 
formed. An incision six inches • jy be Ihe last until late summer 
long was re<tuirc<l to deliver the. or r a l}. "Of Uie 4.000 Polish vet- 
other six "young •unsV but byJ f ronir S cheduhHl to be brought to 
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at Kmployment Service said the| from lhat section, 
group was the. smallest to arrive 

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The Church of the . Nazarcntr 
in camp meeting at Ccdardale 
Park, near the village of Peffer-i ^| 
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Newmarket— Past president It Pollock's flawless assistance and 



C. Morrison, II, J. Luck, Chas. 
Criffithics, Ted Bailie. S In n 
Smith, Kugeno McCaffrey, secre- 
tary T. F. Doyle, Prcd A. Lundy, 
deputy district governor Fred S. 
Thompson and Mrs, Thompson 
represented the N e w in a r k o t 
Lions club at the Lions conven- 
tion in Windsor last week. 



of Cheslian was proudly washing ( e( | ntM | have been placed." hejuXv under the direction of the f;-^ 
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Rev. K. R. Ferguson, and s^iowX.:;^ 
evidence; of being ah outstanding .1^ 
camp gel-together. - '- ' l ^l 

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years old, being purchased by tho..'^ 
Ontario District Nazarenes aa>^g| 
their permanent camp meetingr:^ 
grounds, it already has been/*.?4p 
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BRRAKS ARM 

AURORA — r Tracy Barrager, 
youthful third baseman of Auro- 
ra midgets, broke his arm iit'.u 
collision with a Stouffville play- 
er recently fit the red light cor- 



the. Newmarket area, although 
there may be one or two sent 
, „ ,«ut to meet farmers' require- 
Saunders of KeSdale Kennels .|,nents. AM of the men have had 
He said the boxer is a popular jf Arm experience of some kind, 
dog in Germany where the breed of Uic seven who arrived on 
originated hut that it is compara-Jxhurs<Iay. six have had exper- 
lively raro and valuable in C'lnM&nce In mfxed farming and tho 
ada. "The breed is supo.sed toj otnPr j lfl|J exper i enco | n ft horse 

be a cross between a bull dog racing establishment." 
and a smooth terrier," he said. J Prom the York County Federa- 
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Parson: "But Tom. I can't pray 
for your floating kidneys. 1 can 
only pray for spiritual things." 

Tom:, "But Reverend, I seem to 
at last Sunday you 




of opposition to the immigration. 
On Monday morning R. G. Kef- 
far, Maple, president of the Fed- 
eration, said the Federation was 
"opposed to the mass Immigra- 
tion of Polish pep; 



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The Toronto East Rural Y.P.U. 
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\by the Newmarket town council as the 
for the proposed municipal auditorium? A 
jriised statement by Mayor Joseph Vole some 
ks ago has not yet been made and the pub- 
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^^jrbi>riated land would have l>ecn established 
|gffWfonnal hearing, soon after the expropriation / 

skttfdings had been begun. The council would : 
en have had a designated period to accept or 

Infect the price set on the land. If the latter, 
land would.be returned to the owners free 

,^f any restrictions. As it is, no date has been 
for a hearing and the property remains in 

»- state of suspension— the town doesn't own it 

tot the owners can't sell it nor improve the 



Certainly the "flying saucer 11 has excited 

more interest than Scotland's darling. Even the 
Australians have become upset about it at* 
though a professor Down Under has proven most 
unco-operative. This professor took his class 
outside one bright sunny day and told them to 
stare at a fixed point in the sky. In n few mo- 
ments the students were reporting all .sorts of 
."flying saucers". Sure, said the professor, they 
are red corpuscles carried by the bloodstream 
in front of the retina of the eye. From the 
sound of it, the "flying saucers" testify more In 
favor of the blood count of North Americans 
than their sanity. 

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that there may be "flying saucers" because some 
.perfectly reputable people report seeing them 
_ including an eye. specialist and his staff, and one 
: never knows \Vhat the scientists will be up to 
next. As a matter of fact, several inventors 
have rUshcd forward Syith the won! that : the 
"flying", saucers" resemble in all details inven- 
tions that t hey submitted to ;the government 
years ago so the idea for the things has been 
floating around long enough for people to bo* 

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provided an illuminating demonstration of how 

quickly mass hysteria will spread. The climax 

comes with the report of one man rushing to 

phone the news that one of the saucers landed 
in his back yard after a neighbor had playfully 
tossed a cardboard picnic plate over the fence. 
There's politics involved too. One contemporary 
suggests that the flying saucers are really the 
plates for the "pie in the sky" so freely pro- 
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Editor's note: This Is the third 
article by Mrs. ColvUIe on the 
50th anniversary celebration I of 
the founding of the Women's 
Institutes at Guelph on June Id. 
Mrs. Colville is writing on epi- 
sode 14 of the anniversary pag- 
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I am giving episode 14 in full; 
In it, the foregoing episodes 
reach their climax and when 
Miss Lewis, who, by the way, 
looked very lovcty in her flow- 
ing white robe, spoke, she issued 
a challenge to every institute 
member to "Face the future ~ 
Let There Be Light", 

"That light still shines in 
hearts t o d a y, It guides us on- 
ward in the way, . 

"We v the daughters of the 
first Institute women, facte the 
future with courage, determina- 
tion and faith", she said. 

"Truly, we treasure the past. 
The deeds and accomplishments 
of the women who have gone 
before. Their unselfish service, 
their sterling character, and 
their high Ideals inspire us to 
go on. 
Proud Heritage 

"May we be worthy of our 



vital force in shaping our future 

destiny. 

Enter New Era 

"We enter a new era in the 
world's histofy as we stand on 
the threshold of a new institute 
half century. The success we at- 
tain and the influence we wield 
will depend upon Ihe conduct of 
each individual as she takes her 
part. Each will contribute to the 
best of her ability. Bach will 
strive through prayer, study and 
actions to better that best. 
Through family life, community 
enterprise and active interests 
in world affairs our women can 
give effective leadership. 

"When we women of the 
world work together for the 
common good we can determine 
the direction of human history. 
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The ladies of Union Street Wo- 
men's Institute met at the home 

of Mi*. Wllburn Beckett at 8 
o'clock in the evening. President 
Mrs. Lillian Johnston occupied 
the chair- The roll-call, "What 
to pack in a picnic basket", 
brought forth a variety of sugges- 
tions. A letter acknowledging a 
contribution to the British Flood 
Relief Fund was read by the sec- 
retary. The girls of the Garden 
club provided an excellent pro- 
gram. The Dice man sisters; 
Catharine and Edith, sang a duct, 
I'll Take You Homo Again, Kath- 
leen, and h few bars of Be Hon- 
est with Me. Betty Beckett gave 
ii reading, The Old Straw Hat, A 
dialogue entitled Changes in the 
Institute in the Past 50 Years, 
was given by Ida Bartolin and 
Cairine Sedore. A hearty sing 



& £ or * h view, spent * Sunday 
^«*^rt^'Mrt* Hill 

lr and Mrs. Harold «fe^ 

*& to Newmarket last week {at the home of MkmTw!. 



with relatives at Kelso, Sask. 

While away, Mrs. Deavttt fell, 
breaking her collar bone. 

Mr. 
mov 

and Mr. and Mrs. John Smith j Maughan. 
and family of Newmarket have Mr. and Mrs. G *yiw*i« 
moved to the farm which they j Toronto, spent Sundav wfthj£* 
vacated. 

Messrs. ; Gordon and Maurice 
Evans, Toronto, spent the wee 

end with their parents, Mr. and Hatnbleton. 
Mrs^.Fjcd. Evans. • 

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governments can contribute as 
much as we, working together 
con do, 

"We accept the challenge. We 
face the future with courage and 
faith," she concluded. 

And so, the pageant, beautiful, 
informative and challenging, 
came to an end in a blaze of 

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hcrieage. May we, the women gels, Representatives of Canada 



"Neither guns, nor gold, norlspng with Mrs, Diceman at the 



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the decoration service held ^t 

and family spent Sunday at L»n- Kettleby on Sunday afternoon 

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Mr. and: Mrs. Walter Balsdbn, I Wends gathered at the home of 

Lois and Norma, Newmarket} Mr. and Mrs. Y. RiuHtc% on Sun- 



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Stanley Eves and family on Sun- 1 
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Walters Falls, spent Sunday with 
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piano was enjoyed by all. This 

naming "conlcst ''candvSlS* by l BP uu ! L n t K l «° w ^ 9 ' '=**W«W n J> lis * »^» MeConnTck in imk at 
Mary Uitch with the winneVr^^ wife and dniij-htcr,. '|-homp«m' s Groceteria tT the 
being Mrs. Win. Moulds. Evelvn!... Mr ;. n "T ,, , H . avdcn - »»"« h w atisummer months. 



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Brother's PanU, and the Pfce- 
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Ida Barlolin gave a humorous 
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[ppporty with any guarantee that they will not 
te^wafiting their time and money. 

^>: At the same time, there has been no official 
vindication of the council's future plans for a 
^ftnorial auditorium. The slim majority polled 
^S^ayor of the proposed auditorium may repre- 
| a jformal approval of the council's plans but 
councillor would suggest that the vote ma- 
tffty "represents town opinion— not with only 
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insidercd closed, however, unless the council 
gptepared to adopt a "take it, or leave It" 
ude' towards the public. There is nothing 
prevent the council from starting afresh with 
alternative proposal, one moro in keeping 
jthe wishes of the electorate. While the 
:inay have cancelled out the council's pro- 
I for a municipal auditorium, it by no means 
celled out the need for it. The same condi- 
i$ virhich led up to the vote still exist. New- 
|$»rket lacks adequate auditorium facilities just 
iinueb. now as before the vote, and the town 
11; continues to be ju^t as much a disgrace, 
a matter of fact, if the members of council 
ke sincerely when they condemned the lack 
^ a .suitable auditorium before the vote, they 
(j/do no less than offer ah altemative su««es- 



Manned community recreation enters into its 
second year in Newmarket under a somewhat 
different form from what its earlier supporters 
visualized, hut still very much in existence. The 
original recreation council, composed of repre- 
sentatives of organized recreation in Newmarket 
and financed for the most part by contributions 
from industry am! individuals and funds raised 
by recreation council activities, has been sup- 
planted by a recreation commission set up by 
municipal bylaw, lis purpose is still the same 
—to provide orgainzed community recreation for 
nil ages— as is its chief handicap, Jack of muni- 
tipal financial support. 



of today, go on to greater things 
because these women lived, be- 
cause they had a vision and be* 
cause they built the foundation 
so straight, strong and true. Op- 
port unities are boundless. 
Our organization knows no bar- 
rier of race, color, creed or poli- 
tics. The women of various ra- 
ces, nationalities, political be- 
liefs and religious beliefs are 
proving that we can work toge- 
ther harmoniously for the good 
of all mankind." she said. 

'Through knowledge comes 
understanding and in under 
standing our neighbor, and in 



i display of craft, including dress- 
provinces, of the first making, knitting, fancy work. 



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and her 

Jnstitutors, of the country "wom- 
en of the world all led by the 

Light, gathered on the stage. 

Impressions Left 

The costumes were very beau- 
tiful and true to period paying 

tribute to the, producer, Mr. 
Ihownlow Card. The accom- 
panying music, appropriate and 
dramatic, was the product of Mr, 
Horace Lapp's orchestra. The 
script, dignified and accurate, 
was by Patricia Card. 

As we sought our bus— none 
the worse for its temporary ill- 
ness—r mean the bus— not u 



Plan Ice Cream Social 

Union Street Women's Instl- 
stitute is holding an ice cream 
social at Maple Hill school on 




peace. This is our challenge— 
our opportunity! Through in- 
telligent study and practical ac- 
tion we shall work together, 
putting service before self to 
bring the best 'for home and 
country'. Our action now in 
our home, our home community, 
our world community will be a 



und that it was up to us — the 
present members of the Wom- 
en's Institute, to play our parts, 
so that, in another SO years, our 
work too, could bo dramatized 
as having been a force for good, 
so potent that tho whole world 
acknowledged its Impact and Its 
consequences. 



In its first year, the recreation council re- 
ceived a $500 grant from the town council. This 
year, the grant was about the same with this 
difference, that the town council is making its 
routine grants in the field of recreation through j 
the recreation commission enabling the commis- 
sion to collect on provincial grants which are 
made on a percentage of recreation council ( 
expenditures. Even with this recognition by the 
municipal council that there is a place for a 
recreation body, however, the way of the recrea- 
tion commission remains hard and thorny. 



art nnd shell jeweh-ry was put 

on by the girls' Garden club and 
much credit is due their capable 
leader, Mrs. Irvine Rose, who is 
instructing tho girls in this use- 
ful work. The meeting closed 
with O Canada and the hostesses, 
Mrs. F. Graham, Mrs. W. Hose, 
Mrs. J. Bartolin and Mrs. P. 
Cupples, served sandwiches, 
cookies and coffee. 

Enjoy Mock Wedding 

Miss Violet Micks entertained 
a number of ladies on Juno 2ft at 
a kitchen shower in honor of Miss 
Iva Crowdor. A mock wedding 
with Mrs. Irvine Hose as the 
bride, Mrs. Wilhurn Beckett, the 
groom, Mrs. Willard Crydermnn 
the bride's father, and Mrs. Doug 
Beckett the minister, each suit- 
ably dressed, provided many a 
hearty laugh. 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Graham 
attended the Knights-Carter wed- 
ding at Langstaff on Saturday! 

Mr. and Mrs. David English 
and family visited Mr. and Mrs. 



at Ihe home of Violet Graves at 

a farewell party f (lf Mrs< B 

Johnston, the resigning teacher 

„ . . °* e * lc * baseline school. After a 

Wednesday evening. Juty !fl, delightful lunch, Mrs Johnston 
commencing nt 8 p.m. A pro- was presented wilh a 
gram is being planned and every* j table lamp 
one is welcome. 



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crystal 

m a token of apprec- 

j ration for hor love and kindness 

to the children while teaching 

here. 

Mrs. Murray Sinclair spent a 
lew days in Toronto last week. 
Mr. and Mrs. David Barrett 

ft ? i <. .i > ;| re spending ;i few weeks of holi- 

Sunday. July 6. the members j ilftyi8 with ^ M g^*T? 

of the Orange Lodge paraded tui Mrs. V. Chapman and Mm. D. 
divine .service in Pottageville j Patenaude are visiting Mr. and 
United church. The service wasl^ rs - Avt\ Chapman over the 
conducted by Rev. C. B. Cragg [ holiday weekend. 

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jessing obligations, such as the need for addi- 
W**ing space, or even holding the land 
»p;;future incorporation into a second main 
*? '*l*0Poiisd by councillor;!!; j; Luck, they 
|ijuldg|>^^c<insidered at.: on early date. The 
ftcorti|inty that at present exists is not fair to 
fe^wnersof the land involved. Tlie lack of 
l^finci I action is: another example of the need 
^^planhing tornmisiiort which could under- 
^g^tudy of the iisc« the land might he put 



and makes its recommendations to council. 



its limited budget leaves little money save 
for expenditures on playing fields and the pur- 
chase of equipment. Certainly, there are no 
funds for the employment of a recreation director 
without which organized recreation can make 
little headway. It was quite evident during the 
first year that a full time man was required to 
direct and co-ordinate recreation programs. 
Members of the recreation commission, no matter 
how enthusiastic, are not in a position to person- 
ally direct such work and without that direction, 
little can be accomplished: 



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Snd more like North America's answer to the 

Ness sea monster than ah invasion from 

#5 Jitfavenly phenomena, and radio-controlled 

|s?ilcf that they have been variously called. 

3Tio Loch Nc?s monster was reported again not 







In other municipalities, both larger and 
smaller than Newmarket, the sited for a full- 
time, trained recreation director has been recog- 
nized and such a man employed from funds 
granted by the municipality to the recreation 
commission, or else employed directly by the 
municipality. Th<- salary averages $2,600 a year, 
not much more than 50 cents pi-r capita for 
Newmarket. 

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Newmarket already pays approximately 20 
percent of that cost in the form of a general 
grant \u the recreation commission, a grant which 
nt'cti not be necessary if u full-time recreation 
director was employed. Organi/.ed recreation has 
proven its worth in Newmarket even in the short 
trial that it has had. If it is to be continued 
with anything like success, the employment of 
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Friday, July 14, 1922 

Mr, ; R L H. Meek has returned 
Swft'A from a visit to Bruce 

C&pt, and Mrs. Aubrey Davis 
Q son, Bnice, have returned 
prrt a" visit to England. 
Mr. and . Mrs. Fred Glover 
tended the wedding of their 
usin.f Miss Mary McDonald, in 
Itsburg^ ; : 

Mi&3, Luva Lewis, Qucensvtlle, 

gin New Zealand introducing 
e; .Canadian system of educa- 
Ji Tn their public schools. 
Preparations are being made 
|;the annual garden party held 
"connection with St, John's 

jpn the. Newmarket markets 
j«; week butter sold for 35c and 
K£6jcl for 35c, 

iss Maude Graves was suc- 
gl^'lrt: having music scholars 
their exatnlnatioris. 

b; sons of hir. W. J. Tail 

§j£ Scuffling in the butcher 

^ii; -Tuesday morning and 

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gS the -heavy electric storm 

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Newmarket— The yearly meet- 
ings of the Religious Society of 
Friends in Canada wero hold at 
Pickering College on the week- 
end of June 30. Present at the 
meetings were detegates from the 
Canada Yearly Conference (five 
years), the Canada Yearly Con- 
ference (conservatives) and the 
Genesee Yearly meeting. 

George Fox /founded the Soci- 
ety of Friends in England in 1647 
as a protest against ceremonial 
worship and formal religion. 
Fox believed the ceremonies of 
the C a tho 1 1 c find Anglican 
churches were only symbols and 
that the people mistook the sym- 
bols for reality. Thus, the 
Friends have no stated or formal 
creed and have no formal cere- 
monies for baptism or commun- 
ion services. Marriages do not 
require ministers but permission 
for a couple- to become man and 
Wife must he asked at least two 
months before the vows are tak- 
en. The couple arranges fur a 
tune- and place of the wedding 
and for the presence of the re- 
quired witnesses and vows sim- 
ilar to those- in other churches are 
taken. The monthly meeting 
takes care, however, that the 
marriage is undertaken with a 
full sense erf responsibility and 
divorce- rates among Friends arc 
low. Most marriages, however, 
1;,k<1 Pl»*ft in the usual manner. 
From The Kra and Express flleC 
Friday, July 9, 189* 

Ex-Mayor Jackson and family 
left on Monday morning for their 
summer home on Lake Simcoe. 

Kev. Mr. Coltarh, Ottawa, 
spending the vacation with 
mother;! 

At Newmarket on Wednesday, 
Minnie Sedore, Ravcnshoe, be- 
came tho bride of Mr. J. K. Pol- 
lock, Keswick. ■ 

On. the Newmarket markets 
this week eggs sold for ten cents 
per do*., butler sold for 11 cents 
per lb., potatoes sold for 40 cents 
per bag and apples sold for $1 
per bbl. 

The community in and around 
Ravcnshoe was shocked by 
the passing of Mr. James Nelson. 

In spite of the backward 
spring this year the crops are 
looking good, vv 
. Mr. Sidney Stokes had a large 
barn-raising 'on Saturday with 
about 200 men being present. 

Dr. Chas. Pearson is spending 
a few days at the lake, the guest 
of Mr. Lloyd. 

The town band gave a concert 
on the lawn of tho water works 
on Saturday night. . 
: A special meeting of the York 
county council will be held on 
Tuesday to choose a county clerk 
In the place of thi late Mr. Geo. 
Eakin. . 

On aciount of the silver medal 
contest in Aurora on Wednesday 
evening, the Newmarket council 
postponed Its 



The first Friends in Canada 

and 

monthly 

body) 
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[Niagara district in 1798. Anoth- 
er meeting was held in Prince 
Kdward county two or three 
years later and the first meeting 



in Newmarket was held In 1808. 
Early in the society's history 
there was a split because of dif- 
ferences of opinion on questions 
of faith, wfth the result that 
there are now three "branches'* 
of the? society in Canada. In 
1627 the three branches held 
separate meetings and continued 
io elo so until 102ft when the 
Canada Yea rly meeting ( five 
years) anel the (? pncKce Yearly 
meeting began to hold joint 



Mr. Cragg preached an inspiring j 
pcrmon, tracing the founding and 
growth of the Orange Lodge and 
Ihe growth of Hie protcsfant 

faith. After Ihe service Ihe 
lodge paraded to PnttngcviHc 

e'orner led by piper, Mr. Alf El- 
der. V I- \ 

A number of Orangemen fromj 
here paid a return visit to Breton 
on Sunday evening attending 
the parade and. church servict 
held in the United church there. 

On Monday* June 30, Dr. and 
Mrs. J. T. Burt-Gcrrans re tinned 
to Toronto after attending t h e 
Presbyterian assembly at Cal- 
gary, Alberta. They were away 
a month visiting Banff. Assin:- 
boia. Sask. and Winnipeg. At 
Assiniboia thev stayed with Dr. 
Burt-Gcrrans 1 brother and niece. 
In Winnipeg they spent the week 
with their daughter-in-law. Mrs, 
Harold Burt-Gcrrans and her 
family. Returning home they 
made part of the trip by boat 



as. a result of a motor accident 
en Friday of Mr. E. H. Ellis, a 
rummer resident of Crcflcoht 
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Miss Dorothy -UawitnM#n, l<e;g.; - 
N, Ori Ilia, and her iistcr; -Miss ;, 
Kelly Rawlinson, K n g 1 lia r t. . "; 
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well attended on Monday/; The. - 

weather was ideal and all rcp<irt:V;:5:.? 

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wflh the other two bodies. 



father spent Sunday.: with Mr 

from Port Arthur lei Port Mc- umi •*!* M- Ev-ms. 

Lightning II lows Fuse 

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which passed over here last Sun^ ;> 
day the lightning struck r .the : : 
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noted, ami with not a little in- 
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j'j'I j grantee! by the Newmarket pub- 
lic schools. !-et lis, for a min- 
ute, examine and compare, say, 
those results of ' only two, the 
Stuart Scott and King George 
listings. Let us look at the 
salient points; grade III to grade 
IV, Stuart Scott/22; King George, 
II; grade IV to grade V; Stuart 
Scott 17; King George 39. 

What do the above figures 
mean? Through personal obser- 
vation, the writer will go out on 
a limb to state that the raw 
material in each of the above 
schools was practically of equal 
calibre. Why then, the lack of 






saving knowledge of truth, tlie 
idea that the Holy Spirit is pres- 
ent in every man led to the phil- 
osophy of the "bre>therhood of 
man" and thence to exposition to 
war. 

Women As K<|tials 

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have always been recognized as 
the- equals in every v/ay of wen 
and have always enjoyed the 
privilege of b< f»g ministers. The 
Friends' church was also the only 
one which, as a church, dared to 
oppose slavery. No member of 
the society was a slave owner in 
the southern slates at the time 
of the American civil war. 'Hie 
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JMjr S— Master S Jimmy 
grine has returned home after 
spending a week with his grand- 
parents. 

Mr, and Mrs. John Finder at* 
tended the Pegg-Marles wedding 
at Sharon on Saturday, .-;'- 

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its annual reunion at Mr; and 
Mrs. Roy Cow tenon'*.' cottage, 
Keswick Beach, on Sunday. :'*'■ 

Mr. and Mrs. Fergus Taylor, 
Elaine and Myron, were Sunday 
guests at Mr. and Mrs. Freeman 
Pollock's. 

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Allen, Halifax, spent Sunday at' is having a couple of weeks' holi- 
the Hulse home; ;;/: idny at her parents* home here. 

Mr. Albert Hunter, BHlings, 



Mon.,, formerly of Queensvllle, is 
back in the village visiting 
friends. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ken Davis, Tor- 
onto, spent the weekend at the 
home of Mm. Davis* parents, Mr. 
end Mra. John Pinder; 

MIm Laura Lewis, who has 
been it her home here, has gone 
west for a vWfc 

Murray Barkey b home after a 
successful operation. . . 



July 3— The Women's Institute 
meeting was held at the holne 
of Mrs. Wm. Ash, Davis Dr., 
Newmarket, on June 26 with a 
good attendance. 

Mrs. Reddtck, Mrs. E. Copson 



and Mrs, C, Copson, who attend* 
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jeffreys ed the meeting in Nobloton 



and family of Toronto, who re- 
cently purchased Cedar Glen 
from Mr. H. Leppard, moved In 
on Monday, . 

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Grant have 
again rented Grantholm to the 
Misses Evans, Toronto, for the 
summer and haw themselves 
taken an apartment in Barrle. . 

Weekend guests of Mr. and 
Mrs. Fred Peel were Mr, and 



where the free chest x-ray for 
King Township was organized, 
discussed with the ladies the ac- 
tive part the institute was to 
play in making the survey a suc- 
cess. Four units for the x-ray 
are to be set up in King town- 
ship. The Snowball people are 
to go to the unit at Kettleby 
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July 3— Miss Audrey Switzcr, 
Toronto, spent the holiday week- 
end with her parents, Mr. and 
Mrs. It A. Switzcr. 

Mr. Alf Pattendcn and Mr. 
Garnet Pattcnden, North Bay, 
were at home for the weekend. 

The department of gamo and 

fisheries have put 1,800 bass In 
Preston's Lake this year and 
plan to add 1,000 each year for 
three years. 

The Vandorf school picnic was 
held nt Preston Lake on Friday, 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Irwin and 
children, Johnny and Barbara, 
spent Sunday with relatives at 
Uxbridge. Miss Joan Ewen ac- 
companied them and returned 
home to Holt, 

Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Swit/cr 
accompanied Mr. and Mrs. K. S. 

Bnbcock and Miss Mary Babcock, 

Toronto, to Mara Beach on Sun- 
day. 

Miss Louise Lundy, Toronto, 
was at home for the holiday 
weekend. 

Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Carr visit- 



Mrs. Guy Forster and Carol, Cin-i cast and north of Kettleby will 
cinattl, Ohio, Mr. Forster and go to the Kettleby unit, 'as will 
Miss Forster, Gait, and Mr. Fred n small area south and west of 
Forster, Toronto. the village. The other units are 



Mr. and Mrs. Francis Morton 
and Mary were guests on Sun- 
day of Mrs. Etta Wilder. 



at King City, Schomberg and 
Nobleton. Everyone is urged to 
arrange so that all members of 



Mr. and Mrs. Byron King and ; every family can take this chest 



Wayne arc spending the holiday 
weekend and July 1 at Mr. and 
Mrs. J, Wright's. Wayne is re- 
maining for a visit. 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Perry and 

family of Toronto with guests are 
at their home at the lake. ■ 



x-ray on that day to avoid the 
inconvenience of going else- 
where for it. The unit will be 

open from 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. 

and plans will be made to ar- 
range appointments for every* 

one. 



calling on friends in the village. 

Mr. Art Pedlar and family, the 
Gnrvie family and Mr. and Mrs. 
Burns and daughter are all at 
their cottages. 

The weekend heat of 80 and 81 
degrees and the July 1 holiday 
has meant a heavy stream of 
traffic to the lake from Friday 
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Sunday. 

Hie Aurora Orange Lodge will 
attend church service at Wesley 
on Sunday morning. 

Wesley vacation Bible school 
will be held at the church from 
July 7 to 18, every morning from 
Monday to Friday. All children 
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and family of Toronto, who were! family in England and arranged 
up m for ?** i^5 reunion, were to sen* a box in July. 
_.„, * ._..*._ ..... ^^ program for the meeting 

was in the charge of Mrs. Al- 
bert Ridley and included: A two- 
minute talk on the motto "Skill 
to do comes from doing", 
prepared by Mrs. N. Tcasdnle 
and read by Mra, Win. Gould. 

A piano duet by Sheila Davi- 
son and Mrs. Albert Ridley, a 
solo by Master Bruce Davis, n 
paper 'The Story- of a Stocking" 
by Mrs. P. Bridgcman, a piano 
duet by Mrs. Albert Ridley and 
Mrs. Wm. Davison, and a con- 
test conducted by Mrs. Jack Da- 
vis completed the program. 

The hostess served a delicious 
lunch assisted by Mrs. Davis, 
Mrs. Ridley, Jr. and Mrs. Brid- 
gcman. 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blizzard 
and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Beck- 
ett visited Mrs. Beckett's parents 
in Grand Valley on Thursday. 

Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Russell, 
Schomberg, visited Mr. nnd Mrs. 
Harry Mills on Sunday. 

Mr. and Mrs. C. Ball and Alma 
were Sunday guests of Mr. and 
Mrs : Howard Morning. 

Miss Beth Copson, Toronto 
East General Hospital, was home 
for the weekend. 

Mr. and Mrs. Arleigh Taylor 



July 3— Mr. and Mrs. Howard 
Stlckwood and Larry spent the 



holiday at the home of Mr. and 
Mrs. Merton Rutledge. 

Mr. and Mrs. John McClure had 
Sunday supper with Mrs. Roy 

Traviss. 

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Miss Olive Cupplcs spent the 
weekend at the home of her sis- 
ter, Mrs. M. F. Nolan, in Sutton. 

Mr. and Mrs. Karl Monday had 
Sunday dinner with Mr, and Mrs. 
Jack McClure. 

Mrs. James Nolan, Sutton, 
spent a few days at the home of 
Mrs. Percy Cupples. 

Mr. and Mrs. Percy Parliament 
and family and Mr. and Mrs, Wes- 
ly Phillips were holiday week- 
end guests of Mrs. W. T. Glover. 



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I and famly. Stnyner, spent Sun- 



July 3 — Those who attended 
j the Bogarttown picnic at Wilcox 
I lake last Friday report a splen- 
Sire of winning 2-year-old all did time. 



day with Mr. and Mrs. E. Red- 
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Royal Winter Fair, winning 

yearling at Richmond Hill 

and winning and third 

yearlings at Aurora. 

Telephone Karl Hisey ut 
Sifton Farm, Aurora 86r22 

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The Shropshire family reunion 
with an attendance of over 70, 
gathered at the homt of Mr. and 
Mrs. George Hunt on Sunday, 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hawtin, 

Ottawa, are holidaying at the 

■ home of -Mrs. E. Hawtin. . 



Make Presentation 
The home of Mr. and Mrs. 
Frank Williams was the setting 
for a happy community party on 
Wednesday evening, June 25, 
when the old friends and neigh- 
bors of Miss Madeleine Case, a 
bride-to-be presented her with 
a bridge set of table ami chairs, 
plastic table cover and cards. 
The presentation was made by 



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SCHOMBERG 

July 3— Mr, Harold Taylor, 
Nobleton, visited his parents, Mr. 
and Mrs. G. Taylor, recently. 

Miss Doris Kinch, Toronto, 
spent the holiday weekend at the 
Sutton home. 

Mr. and Mrs. J. For an and 
family spent the holiday with 
Mr. and Mrs. J. McGuire at Sud- 
bury. 

Mrs. Freeborne and daughter of 
Toronto were in town on Wed- 
nesday attending the trousseau 
tea for Miss Marjorle Burling. 

Mrs. John Hanlon, Lloydtown, 
visited Mrs. Frank Foran on 
Friday. 

The teacher, pupils and par* 
ents of Lloydtown school held 
their annual picnic on Thursday 
at Woodbrldge. 
Make rraesiatioa 

A presentation was made on 
Friday evening in the basement 
of the United church to Rev. J. 
McKwcn who has resigned as 
pastor of the charge owing to ill 
health. Dora Kay read the ad- 
dress and Mr. E. Smith present- 
ed a purse of money. Rev. Mc- 
Kwcn, who was taken by sur- 
prise, replied fittingly, after 
which a sing-song was held. The 

ladies served lunch and a social 
hour was spent. 
Quiet Wedding 

A quiet wedding was solem- 
nized at the parsonage in Bolton 
on Saturday, June 28, when Miss 
Bernicc Adair, daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Arnold Adair, was 
united in marriage to Mr. Donald 
Thomson, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Wilfred Thomson, Tottenham. 
Miss Gwen Adair, sister of the 
bride, acted as bridesmaid and 
Mr. Ken Thomson, brother of 
the groom, supported him. 
Mrs. Anthony McCoHum 

Mrs. Anthony McCoHum pass- 
ed away at her home here on 
Thursday, June 26. She had 
been in failing health for some 
months but bore her suffering 
patiently. Her cheery face and 
disposition will be missed by all 
who knew her. The funeral 
was held on Sunday at the Ang- 
lican church at 2.30 p.m., Rev. 
F. V. Abbott taking charge of the 
servfee. The remains were laid 
to rest in Bolton Laurel Hill 
cemetery. 

She leaves to mourn her loss 
her husband, one sister, Mrs. 
Wm. Crawford, Kettleby, and 
one brother, Mr. B. Davis, Tor- 
onto. Friends attended the fun- 
eral from Toronto, Pennsylvania, 
Nashville. Bolton, Kllenburg, 
Woodbridfie, Tottenham an! 
Kettleby. 



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day with Mr. arid Mrs; Stanley 
BarradelL .*.;;-. ..'.;".."; ; ;. 

MrJ and Mrs. Clifton ;C6bk and 
Velina and Mr,;and Mrs; Gordon 
Cook spent Sunday in Toronto 
with Mr,.;ind Mrs. Harold Cook; 

.Mr. and Mrs. . Bert Spchce, 
Toronto, spent the' holiday week- 
end with Mr. ; and " Mrs. ?Albert 
Tucker.;;." . .' ".?' J r&??^T'- 

V Miss Mai y Criehton left on 
Monday iiight, June 30, "for. Ot- 
tawa to ^ hike her iwsition --with 
the National ftesearchVCouncll. 

Miss Beryl Davis spent the 
weekend with her. parents, Mr. 
nnd Mrs. Elwood Davis: . ' :'".'■ 

Miss Evelyn Buttery , : Toronto, 
spent the weekend .with Miss 
Grace Webster. : v K^-^'At 

: Mr. and Mrs. Joe . Day- ; spent 
last week at Crcemore. •;■-. ^-\ 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Grech- 

sides and fainiiy :hSd : Sunday 

night supper with Mr. and Mrs. 

Itoward niack/.;:vi;-- ^C^'t^V.--; 

- Afr. and Mrs. Jewoil, . Cfthibray, 

arc visiting their dhiighter, Mrs. 

J. E, Dlatch ford, and Mr. Biatch- 
ford. - V ,; j."' .;'■;■•■;. ^>-^rrKp^>;-_->vn--. ••■; 

.Mr; arid Mrs. Harry Mount and 
family of Stratford are vlaltlng 
relatives in the comihuriltyi f v. £ 
Miss Margaret Blackburn;. ac- 
companied by : her :unclo, Mr. 
U(o. Blackburn, : Toronto, are 
spending the holiday weekend 
With Mr. and Mrs. Leo Black- 
burn. «; '. ;..^: _. ;•; 

;:;A number from the Baptist 
church here attended the. cele- 
bration and burning of the mort- 
gage on the parsonage at King- 
Bethel church, King City, on 
Friflay evening, June 27. Rev. 
It B. Hardy, Toronto, a former 
pastor, was guest speaker; 
Members of the three churches 
gathered at the parsonage for a 
social time and lunch after the 
ceremony. 



St. Catharines, were weekend 
visitors of Mr. and Mrs; N. Teas- 
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HaJph C .it ]> p 1 e s, Mr. and Mr?{ 
Praiik Watts and Mr. and Mrs^ 
Frank Cunningham at *a: dinner- 
at their cottage "iVrndcll", 
Jackson's; Point,— the occasion: 
hying . ihelr -Wedding annivcrs* : 
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fended to- Mr. and Mrs. Wm. 
Mackie on the birth of; : a son, 
Jtine 25, and . to Mri and Mrs. 
Donald Thompson on the birth 
of ri daughter, June 26. ". ? ; :; 
: Mr. and Mrs. Murray Itutledge 
of Orillia, spent the weekend 
and holiday with relatives and 
friends here.;.. ..".- ;". : 
; Mrs. Wilson MeCullough and 
Alaureen spent the holiday week- 
end with; MrV. arid .Mrs:" Marvin 
ButledgeV ' .' ;-.- .;.. '.r. - 

. Mrs. Carl lliggs and son Brian. 
| Huntsville, spent Wednesday of 
last week With Mrs. Milton'- Gib* 
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' Miss Audrey Glbney, Toronto, 
spent, tlic weekend at horneVi S' 
Jvltcy. N v A. Boskb. and family 
attended the, wedding of Mrs. 
Bpsko*8 brother, Nelson Holmes, 
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Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Quarry 
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ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Evans. 

Miss Bessie Evans, Reg. H.» 
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Evans, this week. 

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Brittaln 
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Mr. and Mrs. Hanim, Stouffville, 
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Miss. Margaret Court, Enfield, 
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July 3-rMr; and- Mrs. Welly 
Stevens \iaited Mr. and Mrs. 
Herb Stevens and Jim at Kirk- 
land Lake during the holiday 
weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald 
Welter and baby are holidaying 
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 
Welly Stevens. 

Mrs. Porker and little Janet 
Black, Markham, visited friends) 
in the village on Friday, 

Miss Erma Hall left on a trip 

to the coast this week. j -^ - •-- --..-■ 

Mr; and Mrs. Long and Jackie, ! Inside information on, factors 

Steele's Comers, Mr. and Mrs. Kl underlying the general unrest 
Lilholt and Carol, Mhnlco, visit- (prevailing throughout the post- 
ed Mr. and Mrs. A. Lilholt andj war world was placed before 
Lillian on Sunday. .members of the house in confi- 

Servlce at St. James* church, = denco nt a secret session this 
Shnron, will be held at 3.30 p.m.| wwk - n w «^ the first closed 
each Sunday until further notice, i «*rtoft I have attended, although 
Miss Lulu Atkinson and a 'secret sessions were held several 
friend of Toronto spent the times in the war years, The 
weekend at home. j fact that it was deemed advls- 

Mrs. E. R. Fry spent n few &M© *° hold h secret session 
days at Alcona Beach with Mrs.!**ould not unduly alarm our 
Fred Wicks, Jr. j people, yet U should tend to em- 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moss ro-!pn«size the fact that .we are Jlv- 
turncd from their honeymoon on ■ *ng in n very troubled world 

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Morlcy and son Billy spent the 
weekend with Mrs. Mo r ley's — - 
grandmother, Mrs. Loveless, | # 
Markham. JGw 

Mr. -and Mrs, Arthur Cook, Tor- 
onto, visited Mr. W. A. McDonald 
for the weekend. 

Miss Jessie Brltton, Toronto, 
spent the holiday with Miss Ruth 
Oliver. - - 

Mr. F. J. Walls, Aneroid, Sask., 
visited Mr. and Mrs. H. A. White 
on Sunday and Monday, 

Miss Mary McDonald, Toronto, 
spent the holiday weekend with 
Mr. W. A. McDonald and Miss 
Ethel McDonald. 

Mrs. Claude Addison and 
daughters, Patsy and Carol, Oril- 
lia, are holidaying with Mrs. 
Addison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 
Fred Grant. 

Mr. and Mrs. C. Pattenden 
spent Sunday at Toronto and 
Frenchman's Bay, 

Miss Ruth White spent Domin- 
ion Day with her sister, Mrs. 
Grant Morley, 

Be sure to take advantage of 
the opportunity of a T.B. x-ray 
at Aurora high school from 9 a.m. 
to 5 p.m., July 11 to 16. 

Miss Aileen Heck ford, Toronto, 
spent a week's vacation at the 
cottage of her parents, Mr, and 
Mrs. C. Heckford, on Preston 
Lake, She returned to Toronto 
Sunday night acompanied by Mr. 
Gordon Phylis and Mr. Bev 
Dixon who had spent a pleasant 
day with the Heckford family. 

Little Virginia Carlson, Toron- 
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Smith and children, Toronto, 
rpont Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. 
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to establish lasting peace. The 
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nearly 100, was representative of 
the different branches of the 
family and came from many 
points in Ontario. Scott Marritt, 
son of Dr. arid Mrs. II. D. Mar- 
ritt «f New York State, attended 
from the U.S.A. 

The executive for the coming 
year is Kenneth Morton; New- 
market, president, Milton Mort- 
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Mrs. Kitelcy and Phyllis. 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Weston. Tor- 
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on Sunday. 

Miss Erma Lunney has been 
spending a few days with her 
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Lunney. 

POTTAGEVILLE 



Mr. Gene Kiteley, the Misses i sjon I think is best explained In 

wen Kiteley and Dawn Carr, 'the words of Prime Minister 

and Donald Kiteley, Toronto, King who said: "There ore some 

things in connection with the 

international situation nt the 
present time which can bo dis- 
cussed privately hut which it 
would not serve the interests of 
I he world nt large to discuss 
publicly At the moment", 

Bennett Portrait 

Widespread sorrow was ex- 
pressed in Canada's capital when 
j news was received of the death 
of Viscount Bennett, former 
prime minister of Canada. Par- 
ty lines were forgotten in paying 
tribute to a great Canadian, An 



inspiring message, taking for her 
topic Martha, the Hostess. A 
tasty luncheon was served to 
some 40 members and visitors, 
the tables being decorated with 
bouquets of mixed flowers. 

A number from here attended 
the school picnic on Friday, June 
27. There were races for young 
and old. A good time was had 
by all. Mr. Hampson, the teach- 
er, was congratulated' on the 
wonderful improvements in the 
school grounds. 

Mr. and Mrs. George West and 
family spent the weekend with 
their son in Tillsonburg. 



ernment on family allowances 

since July 1, 1045, when the 

allowance payments begun, 

( -. -v.— -;«« *•**«« uviuil i Health Minister Martin announ- 

memoers of the house In confi-|ced Tuesday. ■* 

He estimated the payments 
had been made on behalf of 
3,600,000 children in some 1,600,- 
000 Canadian homes. The pay- 
ments average S72 » year for 
each child. . 

This month, on the second an- 
niversary of the inauguraton of 
family allowances in Canada, the 
results of a Gallup Poll on the 
qttcsthrct show three in every 

four Canadians approved the leg- 
islation. 

Old Age Pension Bill 

The house finally pa^x-d the 
Old Age Pension Bill providing 
for increases in old age pension 
payments and a waiving in 
general requirements for receipt 
of pension cheques. The final 
passage of the bill carried a gov- 
ernment amendment lowering 
the age for pensionable blind 
from 40 to 21 years. The bill 
which now goes to the senate, 
mm adds 60,000 to C5.000 other 
persons to those eligible for old 
age ttn<\ blind pensions, modifies 
the restrictions on residence 
qualifications and Increases the 
amount n pensioner may earn 
without suffering reduction of 
pension. 

The dominion-provincial taxa- 
tion agreement bill, which was 
given first reading in the com- 
mons this week, is so drafted as 
to be applicable to all provinces 
including Ontario and Quebec, 
the two which so far have refu- 
sed to sign new agreements with 
the federal government. 

In this, in principle, there is of 




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ation held it's meeting in the 
church hall on Thursday, June 

26. There was an excellent nt- "^^T ai . e ? na(,,I ! n ' An 
nwk A iBMUi «r««.n^ m P. re ^ lvc memorial service was 



tendance. A special program: X' w«S«^ • « *< 2? 

was arranged by the president, j *^ feftSS ?,* J 2 , °v Ch *£ 
Mrs. Stanley Proctor. Mrs. B.™-" m Cholm ers United church 

Bowman read the .Scripture. 
Miss Beatrice Proctor sang two 



and was attended by members of 
the Senate and House of Com- 
mons. A portrait of the former 



ssiss" •as ■&,- s= «bs vara 



an imperial privy councillor, the 
work of Kenneth Forbes, Tor- 
onto artist, will likely be hung 
in the Parliament Buildings here 
shortly, according to informed 
sources. 




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frov«1, fintd wirfi •»qoi»ite ftiiob* . ;> 

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Heckford. at Preston Lake. KosSt Moncton. spent a few days 

last week at the home of Mr. and 
Mrs. John Jarvis. 

Mr. and Mrs. Lelnnd Patton 
spent Thursday with Mrs. Pat- 
ton's parents. Mr. and Mrs, J. 
Jarvis. 

Mr. and Mrs. A. Funnel! spent 
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. L. 
Jenkins and Thursday with Mrs. 
John Tienkamp. 

-Mr?. E. Sparling. Sehombcrg, 
spent Sunday with her sister, 
Mrs. John Cutting. We are 
pleased to see Mrs. Sparling 
able to be out again after a 
lengthy illness. 

Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hill and 
family spent Saturday evening at 
the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. 
Patton, Northview. 

Mrs. J. Lunney from Sharon 
has returned home after spend- 
ing a week with Mrs. J. Cutting- 



course, nothing new. Ever since 
the final breakdown of the dom- 
inion-provincial discussions, the 
federal government had held 

The Forbes portrait was Pain- IT" 1 J*****, 2? fer to ^ or 
ted from life and presented ?o A-VS^^^f^ X ° IK * olh 
Ht. Hon. R. B. Bennett in July, individual •**»««* 

1038, when he retired from the 
party leadership, as a gift from 
his parly followers. Of late 
years the portrait has hung in 
Viscount Bennett's home. "Juni- 
per Hill", Mickleham. Surrey. 
England. 

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with it. One after the other, 
sewn provincial administrations 
have seen fit to do so. By con- 
tinuing to leave open that offer 
to Premiers Drew and Duplcssis, 
the new legislation merely for- 
malizes t h e existing state of 
affair?. 



It is expected this session will 
trait in his will to "the ParHa- S } A l atC S ^»f*»> ; "nd as 
ment of Canada? SMSCArlSSSL^* 1 ^ 1 ^ 5»»r ■** *•«?**.. «ksa«p 

since it is the only porS^^ to express my 

ever had painted an4^a2 s Vhf « nC ^A; th l n ^ io thc pco * ,c of 
the traditfonal prScel? i*4'*** Y ° rk f0r thcir «*» Wnd 

portraits of Canadian prime min- 
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Since Viscount Bennett's death 
tins week, Rt. Hon. Arthur Meig- 
hen of Toronto becomes Cana- 
da's only living ex-prime minis- 
ter. In this respect. Canada is 
like the United States where 
Herbert Hoover is now the only 
living ex-president 

Steps will likely be- taken soon 
to have name plates attached to 
the oil portraits of Sir Robert 
Borden and Rt. Hon. W, L. 
Mackenzie King, hung on June 



co-operation. The many letters 
I have received have been most 
helpful and much appreciated. 
After a short holiday following 
the session, I will be available at 
my office in Richmond Hill and 
I hope all who need my help 
will feel free to call upon rnc. 



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Mr. Bob Butt, Hamilton, is 
visiting his sister. Mrs. Isabel 
Ballard. 

Miss Ann Hendrickson is visi- 
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the parliament building as &S LJS f «™iv <l S'S"^ ^J 
ada's prime ministers in World "- J -'- mmy ■* pCB| the w «*«»d 
Wars I and II. 

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Family Allowances 



A total of $462,239,885. has 
been spent by the federal gov- 



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ry of our community* Ever)* family 
t opportunity to protect itself against 

•Ray survey provides an opportunity 
sure your family is healthy . , . at no 
l. Tuberculosis can strike at any 
in look well, feel fit . • . yex have the 
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Saturday 8.45 to 12 



with Mr. and Mrs. C. Pickering. 

Miss Ruby Oliver, Sandford, 
spent a few days with Miss Beth 
SHvfcrsides. 

Mr. and Mts. A. Crowle, New- 
market, spent the weekend with 
Mr. ;mtl Mrs. A. Arnold. 

The sympathy of the commu- 
nity is extended to the family of 
thc late Mr. James Cteland in j 
Uie los« of their hushand and 
father. 

Mr. und Mrs. Prank Thompson 
returned home last week after 
spending the past few weeks in 
the western provinces. 

Mr. and Mrs. N. Gibson,. Glen 
and Audrey, Mrs. Wm. Stewart, 
Morden, Man., Mrs. Roy Hartley. 
Roland, Man., visited Mr, and 
Mrs. M. McNelly wd Marion on 
Sunday. 

Misses Joyce Kennedy, Jackie 
Wilson and Helen Willis of Ux- 
bridgc are spending a week with 
Miss Betty Armstrong. 

Mr. and Mrs, Keith Pickering 
spent the weekend with Mr. and 
Mrs. C. Lunney. 

Miss Grace Lockie and friend 
were at her home for the week- 
end. 

Mr. Haig Rynard and friend 
and Mr. Rod Rynard were at 
their home for the weekend. 




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insects make cattle restless, affeci 
their weight and milk yield. Shell 
Livestock Spray is the easy, safe, «"V~ 
way io keep auk free of insect p*st* 
Use it lo clear ihe air insianily, mo 
and nighi at milking lime. ^ : .^ 

Then spray it directly on the can It . '31 

puuin^; ihem out io pasture and bcf«i 
them down. Shell Livestock Spray rV : -5 

'round the clock before they bile! Ycr ;" f ■? 
guaranteed harmless ui man and be; j.-^i 

safe to use. He sure you have Shell !;■£ ':'-?i 

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The Marritt family picnic, 
held on the Sharon- Temple 
grounds on Saturday, June 28, 
J ; was the first reunion of the fa- 
mily since Ihe early years of the 

war. 

: . Isaac King, Bond Head, the re- 
tiring president, gave a special { 
welcome in his remarks to the j 
boys' who had returned from j 

overseas. -• 

Arthur Morton, Thornhill, con* 
venor of the sports commiUtc, 
Wtis in charge of a good 'sports 
program of races and games. At- 
tractive prizes were given for 
the sports events. 
.Mrs. William King, Sr., and 
Lynn Morton, infant daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Morton, 
worn also given prizes for being 
the oldest a n d youngest mem* 
bers of the family present; ^1 

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At height of fly *eo$on, 

spread SHELL 1)1)T BARN' SPRAY o* 
inside surfaces, eaiea and corners,- -. 
stalls and inanure piles. 
Forms an invisibte 'film of death* 
which dries hard, stays put, won't How 
away. Kilts hugs uhere tb*y brttti* 
One spraying lasts a tong time! . 
$2.25 to Imperial {tattoo. ^* : -i; 



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llff^uconsville. 

^»- ...JioWctlhcr tear 
or move off, 4 rooms. Ap- 



, r ,*Kg»il^WubIe size bed 
_* springs and spring mattress. 
Apply 49 Andrew St. or phone 
65Iw, Newmarket. Mw24 



;_ For :■ sale — Modern Acousticon 
hearing aid, reasonable; vacuum 
cleaner, Premier; large wall 

WQT Biwew.; Q= sV nTe ( ^ock. onk; coal oil camp stove; 

^I lM ^ I W , aSmSrJ |W» modern spring coat. navy. 

"Ave., Aurora. *tw24 



££*^ 





For sale— Piano, reconditioned. 

100- acre farm, good Good^ tone. A Stouffcr, 19 Rag- 



or without crop. 

•iek Souse, bank born, hydro. 

■SiSfrom Newmarket 



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Classified advertisement* are charged at two cents a word, 
minimum 25 words. Additional insertion* are charged at full 
price. Box numbers are ten cente extra. Ten percent discount U 
patd within six days. 

Sale registers are charged at $1 for first insertion, 50 cents for 
additional insertions. 

Cards of thanks, wedding and engagement aanonncementa are 
charged at 75 cents an insertion, 50 cents If paid within six days. 

In memorlams are charged ut 75 cents an Insertion plus five 
cents a line for verse, less 25 cents If paid within nix days. 

There are no charges for birth and death notice*. 



Hygienic supplies (rubber; 
goods) mailed postpaid In plain, 
scaled envelope with price list. 
6 samples 25c; 24 samples $1. 
Mail order dept. T-68, Nov* 
Rubber Co., box 91, Hamilton, 

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Help wanted — Experienced 
bookkeeper, femate. Good sal 



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$&ni!K*: from «cwm«u »* E ; jIcn& built ., n cupboards/ ice box «ry. Write Era and Express box 
^.^n. any time J c & *• e .h ^ ^ 135 ?, Newmarket. clw 24 

g^ewmaricot post d^' Wi B(J8t oH , Ap . , u9ni ^, u ^ „ arn . 




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fflfctown or lake Property col 

mV Cowleson, Keswick, phone 
mi, Roche's Point, special rep- 
Slotivc for II. B. Cable. Real- 
303 Vongc St.. Toronto. 



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Help wanted— Full-time care- 
taker for Newmarket high school. 
Will bo required to furnish all 
extra help. Further information 
may be secured from W. J. Gccr, 
chairman, or A. M. Mills, sec- 
troas., Newmarket high school 

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Vt POULTRY FOR SALE 

Benersyde ' Poultry Farm 
Breeders of fast feathered Barred 
Rocks. Hatching from December 
to June. Choice dressed roasters 
at all times, J. S. Murby, 
Aurora phone 44m. tf!7 



offer accepted. Ap- 
ply Triangle Service Station. 
Newmarket. *2w24 

For sale— Piano; drop head 
Singer sewing machine; 2 shot- 
guns; kitchen cabinet; sectional ^ 
bookcases; drop-leaf walnut trcas., Newmarket high school CHICKS 

table; walnut sofa; record player; boar 4W* * **« * J*55 R.O.P. SIRED BARRED ROCKS 
movie projector; desk; walnut ( day, July I4 t 1047. 

library table, walnut occasional ' 
table; chcsterffeld; set of dishes; j 
silver tea set and tray, never i 



FLOYD PRESTON 

R. R. I, GORMLEY 

Lanes gravelled. Cement, 
grave), sand and stone. First 
cluss material. Phono Aurora 
80r2l. ( V # 2w24 

Wanted — Transportation be- 
tween Lockerbie's store and 
Newmarket. Leaving Locker- 
bie's around 0.15 a.m.. returning 
around D o'clock. Win. J. Taylor, 
R. R. I, Keswick. , Mw24 




For profitable chicks from high 



Help wanted— Man and wife to producing large egg strain, order 
care for scmMnvnlid in own IHillview Farm R.O.P. sired Bar- 
used. 1 All Tbovc M aVucW'Vkc S^ J"j"*jS?fe .*!&. .V?i[±f^^!& ^SSSLfffc 
new. Apply 151 Main St. or 



phone 738j, Newmarket. clw24 



wle^-Choice lots <New- 
lale), <Lundy Ave. 

Ave), Apply C. *. 

55 Millard Ave., New- j For sale— ?i walnut bedstead, 
5g^K^„ A ift7 IfH springs. 'Apply 7 D'Arcy St., 



SS&rkorbr -phone 407. 



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fccti:^»pproximately one level 



Newmarket. 



Kidge Dr., Toronto, or phono Ify. (lorum tested and government 
326. clw24 branded. Started pullets and 

— -. I started mixed chicks' when avail* 

Help wanted — Waitress to help; able. Price list on request. 

at summer resort, Bala. Apply | Dealer for Jamesway Poultry 



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For sale— 3-burner gasoline; ~~ 
garage H* X [stove, good as new. Logging 24 



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private drive-in. I chain. Apply Mrs. James Cun- 
ningham, Queensville, or phono 

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Thls^lfc nri excellent building 

%. Centrally located. Lo*V 

fees. Terms cash. Apply liar- 

C Tovcll, realtor, 34 Andrew 

652. 
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For sale— Green 
201)3, Newmarket. 



peas. 



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Equipment and Dr. Salisbury's 
Rcn-O-Sal for coccidiosis. Har- 
old Hill. Gormtey, H. R. 2. 
Phone Stoufvlllc 1520 if 17 



29B POULTRY WANTED 



Lost — Ayrshire heifer, yearling, 
mostly white, little red round 

the head, from lots 3 and 14. con. ( Wanted to buy— All kinds of 

5 North Gwilhmbury. Howard. | Uvc pouUry . p re mlum paid 



ROOFING 

Insul-bric siding, asphalt roof- 
ing oppire<l immediately. S. 
McCurley, Cedar Valley, It. R. 1. 



Boyd— At York County hospi- 
tal, Wednesday, July o, 1947, to 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Boyd, R, 
H. I, Newmarket, a son. 

Carm>n— At York County hos- 
pital, Thursday, July 10, 1047, to 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carson, 
Kcttlcby, a son. 

Comfort ~ At York County 
hospital, tYfday, July 4, 1947, to 
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Comfort, 
Oak Ridges, a son. 

Crydennan— At York Countv 
hospital, Friday, July 4, 1947, to 
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Crydcrman, 
Newmarket, a daughter. 

Drlnkllc — At York County 
hospital, Saturday, July 5, 1547, 




CONGREGATIONAL 
CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

United services with Trinity 

United church 



FRKK METHODIST CHURCH 

31 Millard Ave. 

lyiV. G. 11. BACKS. Piistor 

Camp meeting at Pine Orchard -,.<•,,. .,,,,,» 

July 11-20 

ST. ANDREW'S 
FRIENUS' MEETING i'RESBV'TERIAN CHURCH 

Botsford Street Eagle and Water Streets 

11 a.m.— Meeting for worship Rev. ,M, E. R. Boudreui. B.D n 

Ladies' Sewing Meeting Kridnyj S.T.D,, minister 

evenings at 8 p.m. [jllite Mae Fatlerson, A.T.C.M., 

Come and meet with us | organist and choir dire etor 
"Friends should be living tosti- 9.45 a.m.— Sabbath school 
monials to the love of God as! 11 a.m.— Divine worship 
revealed in Christ and in them.} Children's service 



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to Mr; and Mrs. Ernest Drinkile s P il ' illU41 fioeiety. They should be. Evening service camelkd during 
Holt, n daughter. - contagious Christians" } July and Augus! 



Falrhall-At York County hos- 
pital, Wednesday, July 9, 1047, 



repairs, 
ket. 



•3w22 to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fairtaill, 

K ave,trou K hi ng nnd g o «^V I* SSS^'^^^^ 
Phone 7G0w. N C wma«- ; | Grenjcer-At York Coun.y hos- 

pital, Tuesday, July 8, 1D47, to 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Grcncor, 
R. R. 2, Newmarket, u daughter. 

Ilatiffhton - At York County 
hospital, Monday, July % 1947 
to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Haugh- 
ton, Rich vale, a son. 



For sale— Cement mixer, Fair- 
bank gasoline engine, 2% h.p., on 

trucks, 62 Timothy St. W., 
Newmarket. Mw24 



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Hill—At Ross Memorial hospi- 



CHURCII OF THE NA/ARKNE 
NO SERVICES 
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CHURCH ' 
Sunday* July C and 13 
Camp Meetings 

Nazarenc Camp 

Fctferlaw - July 3-EJ 



THE SALVATION ARMY 

11 Queen St. w. 

t/'apt. and Mrs. Jas, Schwab 

„. mww w Great Gospel Services 

tal, Lindsay, Ontario. Sunday " «im.— Holiness service 

July 0, 1047, to Mr. and Mrs. lO 3 P-m-— Sunday-seliool and Bible 

R. Hill (Madeline Hogg) al c ' asK 

daughter, stillborn. [^ pm.— Great Salvation meeting 

Hodgson — At York County ' Yow 4irc " ,v ' t€J<l t0 Mend these 



Please notify Charles Draper, 
Keswick, phone Queensville 1307. 

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above market prices. Will 
Phone Newmarket 057. 



For sale— O u I b o a r d motors, 
immediate delivery, 4.2 at $155. 
350 gal. .per hour automatic 
pressure systems, complete with 
tank and fittings, $109.50. Vi 
h.p. garden tractor, $HM). 3% 
h.p. garden tractors at $3fi0. 

1*^ h <^' J . »MMtay; ^iTW-ftr^M Yon **" cnJoy M«™*w 



iTIIE GOSPEL TAHEKNACLE 
. 12 Millard Ave. 
PafttOtt Rev. L. James Lake 
Pianist: Miss Violet Curtis 
.Mrs. Geo. Fletcher, Soloist 
y.50 a.m.— Uiblc Kchool 

WELL KNOWN SPEAKERS 

RETURN TO NEWMARKET 

FOR JULY SUNDAYS 

TODAY'S PREACHER: 

J) a.m. and 7 p.m 
j CAPT. HARRY WORLING 
A man that holds your attention 

wiiii hi* Informative massage*. 

A former pastor and conference 



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ifd to rent— Small house-, At |nsJev . s sloro Ws 



M>\iot) of buying, ih north 
of Newmarket. Write P.O- 
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H-S^R RENT 

g^;:::; - — ~ . K ^ H Jare always acceptable at Insley's. 

V*w imVr^f^timJ^ to outfit young 



tprim, central: Phone 685, JJ^'j Canada. We know how to 'outfit Write J. N. Mighton. 
frCarkct hoys, especially Children's Aid. j 704 Btoor St. W., To 



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$lon, Choice apartment, well to- 
» fully equipped. 2 adults. 
— Newmarket. • | ~ 94 



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_ to rent— Unfurnished 
g^ms, apartment or house in 
fi^Newmarket, Aurora or vicinity. 
S'Phonc Bruce Cutting, Newmar- 
?$$*&, 28C\va . 1120 

-Wanted to «£nt— Unfurnished I art Hearc. Radio and Appliance* 
£room. Write Era and Exprcis<|in Main St., phone 355, New- 
^bpx 1352. .; 



For «ale— Radio tubes and bat- 
teries. We carry a complete 
stock of Eveready, Burgess and 
General batteries for all radios. 
We have a large stock of all 
available tubes. Stewart Bcarc, 
Radio and Appliances, 11.1 Main 
St. phone 355, Nemarket. tf!7 

For sale— Hearing aid batteries 
for most papular makes. Stew- 



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Wanted to rent— 2 or 3 rooms. 



^furnished or unfurnished, no ehil- Cliff Insley's men's and boys 



market. 



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Remember, it pays to shop at 



SURGE 

Cleaner milk, faster milking. 
Milkers and dairymaid heaters. 
Inquire now (or spring delivery. 
H. Elliott and Son, 160 King St., 
Weston, phone 1015j. c2Gw52 

The Hinman way is the fastest 
way. Write for special offer, 
June and July. Electric Ren- 
frew separator, used, just the 
thing for a shut-off in milk. 

dist. rep.. 
Toronto. 

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call. LAWN MOWERS 
lfl7 SHARPENED 

Wanted to buy-100 Leghorn &j hc ftitf ££*!£■* 



c4v/24 !fi0ni Sull<m « a daughter. 

' Rose — At Toronto Western 
hospital Friday, July 4, ID47, to 



corps. 



speaker in this area. This man 
of God was held prisoner by the 
Japanese for many month. 1 ;. 
-1 We preach Christ 

. . rv-...;r;.«i Crowned Coming 

Tabernacle this Sunday 
[Next Sunday: Rev. A, C. Rentier 



pullets, 4 or 5 mos. old. Phone 
51 w2, Newmarket. *lw24 



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MISCELLANEOUS 



ines. General repair work and 
all work guaranteed. Phone 15, 



I Mr. and Mrs. Lome Rose Toron~l ta1, Slou ' fvi "<-% »» July I 
i* to, a son. " Peter H. Raymer, in hi) 



Raymer— At Briar Bush ho*>pi-; 

1947,1 



ENGAGEMENTS 




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THE BEST BRONCHIAL 
COUGH SYRUP 

For coughs, colds and bronchi- 
tis. A prompt and effective 
remedy for the relief of bronchi- 
tis, tight or chesty coughs and 
colds, 50 cents. The Best Drug 
Store, Newmarket. . 



J!QT7*i York Counl y )io »- 

Ncwmarket. or apply W. Adam.jK^ 

c4\v24 ton, a daughter. 

tal, Monday, July 7, 1047, to Mr. 
and Mrs. Carl Ward, Newmar- 
Kct, a son. 



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BUILDING SUPPLIES 

Cement imported by truck 
loads. $138. Also imported me- 
tal lasts, glazed tile and gyproc. 
Phone Maple 24r24. el\v24 



Wanted to boy— Fox teed. Old 
horses, dead horses, dead cows. 
We pay for the dead animals If 

, 7Z~ Ihey are fit for our use. Advise 

For sale— Hay, or will cut on 'immediately as dead stock soon 
shares, near Glenville, Phone spoils. G. B. Thompson, Holland 



32 WOOD FOR SALE 



DEATHS 



his 89th! 
year, father of l^ovinn (Mrs. Am- 
brose Stover), and Arthur, Elm- 
er and Chester and Ella (widow 
of OrvilJc Bnllingcr, Newmar- 
ket), Viola, Roy and Alma. 

The funeral service was held. at 
Dickson Hill ehurch on Thursday 
afternoon. Interment in adjoin- 
ing cemetery. 

Stephens— At Newmarket, on 



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Mr,, and Mrs, Hairy Preston : fM 

Newmarket, R.R. a v wish to an- ; ^ 

nounce the engagement of Oielr ■"" '$ 
youngest daughter, Janet Marie. Fjj 

to Mr. Charles Douglas Niglvsbn 5 

of Mrs. L. Niddery and the late 
Mr. Wm. Nigh, the rnarriagc to 
take place- the early part of 
August 



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For sale— 60 cords ash and 
rim. $2.50 cord. Foot lengths. 
Cecil Lee, Keswick. *lw24 



TENDERS 

wanted for S. S. No. 6. 



King. 



Allen— At Sutton Private hos- 

& m- on . Ti »» rs <'»y. July 3, 1947, 

Wih.yn Arthur Allen, husband of 
Isabel Milvenan, Stitlon. in his 
Hist year. 

to'.St T,l - < * (m ? m Sen ' icc was hoW in 



Mr. and Mrs. ila/ofd D. Winch, 



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Tucsduy, July 8, 1947, Judd M. I Sutton West, announce the cn- 

B. Stephens, husband of Helen gagement of their daughter, Jean •? 

B. Palmer. Marguerite. 16 .William Henry 

The funeral servin- viae, hi.tii «!-..,.,.« _._ -~i .i.. i... »». ... , '<■$ 



Newmarket 467w2. Dalton Pot- 
tage. c2w23 



Landing, phone 51jl, Newmar- 
ket |«7 



cover outside of building wBhiW T^t^SnT^S^I^ «• Warren, 1 

insul brie: also for painting In- j ccmcteTv. In,wn,cnt IJr,ar »' 11 the late Thurza Trivett. 



For sale — Well bred Durham 
cow and her coif. Quantity of 
liny. Apply George Banks, 
opposite gas stntion. Pine Orch- 
ard. Phone Newmarket 91wl4. 

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tleby. 



For sate — Team of good work 
horses with harness. Dump box, 
good condition. 50' conveyor 
belt. 10", nearly new. Phone L. 
W. Gillham, Aurora 97rfi. '2w24' 



Wanted— Dead horses and cat 

tie for free pick-up. Phone . 

Newmarket 79. We pay phone 
charges. Gordon Young Ltd.. wanted 
Toronto, phone AD3G3C. *4Iw6 



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side of school and trim. For; aihc«« \* i- 
JVi specifications and details apply ! V nn " £~ »- . nome - In this afternoon. 1 
- Mrs. Paterson, R. R. No. L Ket- JgJS l!s I ZT^ "5* Sat ' n » rkrt ««*«» 

year. Thomas William Allison, 
husband of Hnghitui Smith, fath- 
er of Margaret. 

The funeral service was held 



The funeral service woa held Stanton, son of the late Mr/ and 
tins afternoon. Interment New* Mrs. Charte* V. Stanton. Toron- 
market cemetery. / I to. the marriage to tak<- place 

Warren— Suddenly at Chicago, | Jtity 26. 

on Monday, July 7, 1947, John — ---—..— -..--.. 

R. Warren, Toronto, husband of ■ _*- mM . 9 :'_ 

*« lute Thurza Trivett. j 10 MeiUOrtalR 

The funeral service was held 5 
home, 1]] this afternoon. Interment New 



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TENDERS 

for R. S. No. 6. Kin^. 
covering installation of electric 
wiring nnd lighting. For specif- 



in mi. nt w n ications and details apply Mrs. 

SLnSE *^n ha ri ammu " ,ti0 . n Paterson. R. R. No. 1. Keltleby. 
available for all calibres. Morn- riw24 

son's Men's Wear. Newmarket I . :.Zr 

If 17 



NOTICE 



Cdrtri. Write P.O. box 72, New- 
Era and Express box 

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wear store. Newmarket, phone 
200. cl2w!6 



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For rent— Hospital beds and J An >'<>nc owing me for garbage 
wheel chairs. Theaker & Son. co,!rclion fe respectfully asked j Ross and Roto. 



on Tuesday afternoon. Inter- 
ment Queensville cemetery. 

Chapman — At his late resi- 
(?ence, Tyler St.. Aurora, on 
Wednesday, July 9, 1947, Wit* 
Ham Henry Chapman, husband 
of Edna Footv, dear father of J 



CARD OF THANKS 

1 wish to express my most 
grateful thanks and appreciation 
to the many neighbors, friends 



Barker— in loving memory of 
my <loar husband. -Harry Darker, 
who dial July 12. 1937. 
Down the lane of mcmori«f- 

The light is ever dim; 
j Until the stars forget to shine 

I shall remember hirn. 



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and relatives for Ihtir acts of . .--«»j «v«hvhwv» iuih. 
kindness, lovely earcls and floral Sadly missed by '.wifc raid 'ftitn- 
tributcs during my stay in York lily 
County ho.-pilal. also to the) 



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nurses. Dr. MacPhcrson and Dr. 
Case. Mrs. Ernest Davis. 



CARD OF THANKS 



Wanted to rent— 3 or 4-rooip 
apartment. Write Era and Ex- 

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IB ARTICLES WANTED 



■press box 1350, Newmarket. 
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FARM WANTED 



For sale— International 10-20 
tractor, 1938 model, pulley and 
Wanted to buy— Child's wo;>d-|power take-off. In excellent 
bunk beds. Phone 224w, | condition, looks and runs like 
Newmarket. *lw24 new. Also 3- furrow* Intornation- 

*|fi] tractor plough with adjustable 



Mount Albert. 
Albert 3i503. 



or phone Mount 

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-acre farm. Write bra 
£ : #ess box 1353. 



200 
and Ex- 
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hoarn, 8, 10 and 12 inch, also in 



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J excellent condition. Apply Ken 

For sale— 1035 Cadillac, in good Scotl or phone 1407, Mount A1- 

running condition. Price $4ft0. Iljort. * clw24 

Apply J. Pyle. Cedar Valley. 

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Koom and board— Board avail- 
'.'able for two gentlemen willing 
.•« : ***v rt mnm Phone Newmar- 



:\to share room. 



For sale — 1029 Chevrolet coach. 

good running condition, rubber 
nearly new. Price $200. Apply 
afl Timothy St. E.. Newmarket. 



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For sale — John Deoring tractor 
on lugs, in good condition, reason- 
able. Apply \V. A. Blum. H. R. 
3, King, or phone 273rI5. Aurora. 

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Boarders wanted — Business p or .sale— 1931 Durant sedan, .„._.. „ E 

^Igcntlcnum or young married mo< i c j 407. Needs crown gear Mount Albert, 
^couple. Vicinity Yongc St. and an< | pinion. Otherwise good run* 
T^Davls Dr. Phone Newmarket rnnK order. Apply F. Agnfiw, 
tijb2jl3. dw24 Mount Albert, con. 8, 



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For sate— Tudhope and Ander- 
son manure spreader, large size, 
in good repair. Gordon Harrison, 

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Another development of the 
ipast war, made specially for the 
tirmcd services, "water-proof-it" 
is now available for civilian use. 
Waterproofs all clothing, fabrics, 
textiles, from dross shirts to 
heavy canvas, in 3 minutes total 
time. It's invisible when applied. 
Use with spray, brush or dip. 
Comes in pints, half and full 
gallons. Boll's Drug Store, New- 1 
market. *7w22 

Eav est roughing, roof leaks, 
chimney and furnace repairs. 
All drain and cement work. 
Phone Newmarket 773w. Ifl7 



to send their money through the Resting, al P. 
mail as I am unable to collect 
personally because of illness. 
The mailing address is box 545, 
Newmarket. H. J. McCann. 
Newmarket. *2w24 



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For sale— 0- row potato sprayer, 

__, _, ._ mile h"ke new. Apply Harvey Gibney, 

north of railroad tracks. clw24 Holt. clw24 



For sale — 1920 Dodge coupe, 
f , «r T 8ile--Man , s C.C.M. bicycle ! Mim ble seat, in good condition. 
ilh;. good conditfon. Apply Ed $250 or best olfer. John David- 
>vfMorritt, Main St. N., or phone solv Belhaven. 
^:S03, NcwmarkeL c2w24 



28 LIVESTOCK FOR SALE 




aroon baby pram 

j^SSesC-* condition. Apply 16 tires, $390, Cash, trade or terms. 
Davis Dr. or phone 792j. Ncw-.crown Dominion, Davis Dr. on 
market. *2w24 3rd. Newmarket. ciw24 



For sate—Black heifer, 11 mos.; 

•iw24 I Yorkshire pigs, 7 weeks. O. J. 

, ,. w „ ^——(Peters, Keswick, or phone 

For -ale— 34 Pontiac B coach, Q« t -ensville 1317. c2w23 

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r For sale — 4 used tires, 700 by, For sale— 1033 Chevrolet, Mas- 
Afi, $22. Magee, Yongc St.. at, tor, good condition, good tires. 



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For sale — 4 doz. 1 qt. Iruit jars 
jcttto «oi 2 qt. jars. Apply 30 






For sale— 9 weaned pigs. Ap- 
ply F. Agnew, Mount Albert, 
con. 8, % mile north of railroad 



tracks. 



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Funera 
Aurora 

o'clock. Interment Heisc Hill 
cemetery, 

Cascley— At his home, lot 33, 
eon. 2. Vaughan, in his 55th year, 
on Saturday, July 5. HM7, Stan- 



NOTICE _ . 

All Legion members wishing | Icy Caseley, brother of Mrs 
to subscribe to the Legion maga- 1 George Hart (Ella). Churchill, 
z)nc\ Legionnaire, please contact land Mrs. Fred Curtis (Stella) 
Wm. UiPardo. elw24 Mc-ndharn, N.J. 

"flic funeral 



Old horses wanted — We pay the 
highest cash prices. Phone 
Queensville 1800 collect. Rex 
Smith, Queensville. til 7 



Financing — If you are buying a 
good used car or new one, we 



pphiirch St. or phone 542w. New- KvilJ be glad to finance it for 
^market, *lw24'you. Quick, confidential service. 

v -c'^Tm".i rZ~ 77 Chns. E. Doyd, 17 Main St., New- 

g For rale^Trailer. fully insulot- rn{;rkot clw24 

ed, good condition. Sleep 4. 

&pply\ 'Triangle Service Station, 

Scwmarket. 



"or «le — New washing mach* 
25 cycles. Barron's Hard* 



For sale— '34 Ford Vft. good 
♦lw24 condition. $400. Apply 71 Hols- 
ford St., Newmarket. Mw24 



Ejyfcrcc Bradfortl, 



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M !^a ^M- ara |? ^^ % l tnwK i new tires ai 
m : 'AW l * Mrs S, " c,ds - "^^ ! heater. Good cond 
^Landing.. Mw24 i A. Heaton. Stouffvl 



iFor sale— How boat and oars, : 
tood con d f t i o n. Apply Mrs. j 

i Simcoe Lodge, Keswick. y,< 

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For sale — '35 G.M.C. stake 

and tarpaulin. 

condition. - Phono 
ffville 7315. 

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For sale— 10 pigs, chunks. 
Koss Arrnitage, Pine Orchard. 
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For sale — Registered Berkshire! 
hog. 12 mos. old. Apply Harold * 
Watts, Holt, or phone 102. Mount 
Albert. # lw24 



Alterations at Insley's. Bring 
your little troubles along. Pants, 
sleeves, coat shortened. It 
pleases us to please you. Noth- 
ing is too nuich trouble at Cliffs. 

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For sale — Trusses, surgical 
supports, clastic hosiery for those 
who suffer from varicose veins, 
ankle and knee trouble. Arch 
supports. Lumbago belts. 
Best Drug Store, phone 14, New- 
market. 



NOTICE 

Mount Albert Decoration $er* 
vice will be held Sunday, July 
K<. at 2.30 p.m. 

Jas. Harrison, pres. 

W. R. Steeper, scc.-treas. 



service was held 
on Monday afternoon at his late 
residence. Interment Aurora 
cemetery. 

Dowson— On Sunday. July C, 
1047, at his late residence, lot 1 



lloare— )a loving memory o( a 

dt-ar husband. Fred C Hoare,; 

who passed away July 10, 1043. 

, , ,, tf . ..fHh what would! give to clasp 

I wish to thank all my kind; your hand. 

to see, 
your welcome 
voice 

much u- me? 
the silent heart- 
ache; 
Only those who have such can 
tell 
Of the grief that is borw in sil? 
. enev ' 
For the one I loved so well 

]/>ving!y remembered hy \\\s 
wife. 



met nolo, ! , ■ L - 7i T — \\ v- i? lw " wnat would I giv 

ting/at P. M. Thompson's L - 1 T to .\ hank a " m >; % k J nd i your hand. 

al Home, » VlSrfTlN I?** 1 *&*!** "? r *| nt,v ^ Your dear, kind face 

;-• fiE*t^«* •■« Sib tt. -?jr!LS3f*-j*» v***. 

tspccially Dr. Daks, Dr. Cock Th al Ineanl so 
and Dr. Peever during my iII^nq 0no knows t 
ness at York County hospital., ache 






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" CARD OF THANKS 

Mrs. Freeman B. Lloyd and 
family wish to express their sin- 
cere thanks nnd appreciation to 
their friends and neighbors for 
the many acts of kindness and 
floral tributes received during 
their recent sad bereavement. 



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r9urt« 1 Ut con ' 4 * Vav, fi«an twp., Eras- 
L mus Charles Head Dpwson. Esq., 



For sale — Belgian marc, cheap. 
Phone George Fry, 404J3, New- 
market. •3w24 

For sale— Good milk cow, 5 yes. 
old, Apply Duncan Bell, 1 mile 
north of Holland Landing. Mw24 



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Ilelp wanted — Farm hand, 
single, experienced with tractor. 



»<giii!e^3-piece bed outfit , , , , tt _ n t . 

a paint sprayer with rebuilt A W\X to foreman. Wm. Perkins, 
.r 'PhAniTiuMw NAu^mnrkoL * l ™ Glenville . FlarmA phone 



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^gponc' 738W or npply 13 Simcoe 

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Help wanted— Girl or woman 

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I Year round work. Experienced 



For sale — 8 Yorkshire weaneis. 

2 choice D.P. dark red bulls, 

sired by Prince Holly and from 

good dams. Accredited hord.j 

Apply Harvey Gibncy, Holt. 

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MACNAB HARDWARE 

HOURS 

For the past two years your 

co-operation has enabled us to 
gfve our staff a full day's holi- 
day each Wednesday. Your 
further co-operation will allow 
us to continue this policy of all 
day Wednesday closing. 

it will be a pleasure to serve 
you on other week days as be- 
fore; 8.30 to 6 and to 10.30 on 
Saturdays. 

Your buying during the above 
hours will be appreciated by our 
staff. J B. Macnab and staff. 

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For sale— 2 registered thor- 
oughbred sows, 8 mos. old. Ap- 
ply Mrs. James Cunningham, 
Queensville, phone QueensvMe with new tapes and cords. Phone 



For sale— Venetian blinds, alu- 
minum or steel, mode for all 
styles of windows. Free estimates 
and installations. Also wood 
blinds, refinished and repaired 



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sale— Small size Quebec or willing % o learn grading. 
,.$5, Apply 127 Prospect. Apply U. W. Burgess, or phone 
"ewmarket. elw24 Cllj, Newmarket. 



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28A LIVESTOCK WANTED 

Wanted to buy— 100 horses for 
mink feed. Apply Ranch, con. 3, 
Whitchurch, ȣ mile south Bo- 
garttown, or phone Aurora t4J. 
John Closs and Son. *52w45 



c3w24 755 or apply at 40 Ontario Si. W 
or write P.O. box 400, Newmnr- 



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BAKER'S SWERTNER 

Order your Baker's Sweetncr 

at 163 Main St., Newmarket, or 

phone 782j. Save your sugar and 

save your money. *4w24 



IN THE ESTATE OF GEORGE 
S. STARK, LATE OF THE 
TOWN OF NEWMARKET. IN 
THE COUNTY OF YORK, GEN- 
TLEMAN, DECEASED. 

Creditors of the above-named 
deceased, who died on ,or about 
the 20th day of May. *1947. arc 
hereby notified pursuant to The 
Trustee Act to send to the un- 
dersigned proof of their claim on 
or before the first day of August, 
1947. after, which date the assets 
of the estate will be distributed 
having regard only to the claims 
of which the undersigned will 
then have notice. 

DATED at Newmarket this 
twenty first day of June, A.D. 
1P-47. 

Mathews, Stiver, Lyons Si Vale, 
Newmarket. Ontario, 
Solicitors for MARJOR1E CON- 
STABLE X- VELMA CHARL- 
TON. Exccutrices. 

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husband of Gwendoline Evelyn 
Bromncr. 

The funeral service was held 
in St. Stephen's Anglican church. 
Maple, on Tuesday afternoon. 
Interment Maple cemetery. 

ripher— At Vancouver, Tues- 
day, July 8, 1947, Mary Cochen- 
our Pipher. wife of the late 
Joseph Pipher, mother of Mollis 
Pfpher, Vancouver. 

The funeral service will be held 
at the chapel of Roadhouse and 
Rose on Monday, July 14, at 2 
o'clock. 



DATED at Newmarket this 
twenty-first day of June. A.D. 
1 M7. 

Mathews. Stiver. Lyons & Vale, 

Newmarket. Ontario, 

Solicitors for JOSPEH VALE 

& THOMAS F. DOYLE. 

Executors. c3w22 



CARI> OF THANKS 
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Schmidt, 
Kcttlcby, wish to extend sincere 
thanks and appreciation to the 
friends, neighbors and relatives 
who so kindly helped fn every j 
way with the b&rn raising. Wcj 
would like to thnnk the Wo- 1 
men's Association and Women's | 
Institute and all who helped so 
generously with baking. 

CARlToFTHANKS 

Mrs. J. Thompson wishes to 
thank the Holland Landing W.A.. 
friends and relatives for their 
kindness shown to her during 
her recent illness in York Coun- 
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Shields — In loving memory o£ 
[Frank Thomas Shields, who pass- 
ed away July 13, 1046. 
You're not forgotten. Frank d':ar t r : ; v 

Nor shall you ever be,. &]A 

As long as life and memory last .,-''0 

We shall remember thee ;$ 

l<anra and son Richard . -;: ''•'£'. 



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THE PASTOR 

Rev. Crahame M. Reeve 

invites you to each of the; 
following servirc* 

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BAPTIST CHURCH 



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NOTICE TO CREDITORS 



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IN THE ESTATE OF MICHAEL 
CLANCY, LATE OF THE TOWN 
OF NEWMARKET. IN THE 
COUNTY OF YORK. GENTLE- 
MAN. DECEASED. 

Creditors of the above named 
deceased, who died at the Town- 



NOTICE TO CREDITORS 

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IN THE ESTATE OR GEORGE 
WRIGHT, late of the Township 
of North Gwillimbury. in the 
County of York, Old Ago Pen- 
sioner, deceased. 

All persons having claims 
against the Estate of the said 
George Wright, deceased, who 
died on or about the tenth day 
of January. 1045, are hereby re- 
quired to send details of their 
claims to the undersigned on or 
before the 1 1th day of August, 



Mr. and Mrs. Don Jones wish 
to take this opportunity of bid- 
ding goodbye to those with whom 
time did not permit a personal 
hand shake. At the same time,! 
we wish to thank all those good : 
people whose regular and pleas- j 
ant patronage we enjoyed while | 
at the Carload Groceteria. We 
earnestly solicit your goodwill 
and continued patronage with 
Mr, and Mrs. E. W. Foster who, 
we know, will do everything 
possible to keep the Carload your 
store. 



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County Of York, on or about the 1 1047, after which dale the assets 
ninth day of June, 1047, arc bc-l f the said Estate will be distri- 
fng notified pursuant to The buted among the persons entitled 



JACK RUSSELL 

ELECTRICIAN 

Farm Wiring and Cottages 
Fixtures and Equipment 

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or before the first day of August. 
1047, after which date the assets 



thereto, having regard only to 
claims which shall then have 
been received. 
DATED at Toronto, Ontario. 



of the estate will be distributed this third day of July. 1047. 



having regard only to the claims 
of which the undersigned will 
then have notice. 



HOLMS E. BECKETT. K.C.. 
Administrator. 350 Ray St.. Tor- 
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TRINITY UNITED CHURCH I 

Rev. Henry Cotton. Minister ' <| 

Herman G. Fowler. Mus. Bac. R.M.T., Organisi 

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"trinity United church, New- 
market, was the scene of the 
wedding of Audrey Mclba, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. 
Walker, who became the bride 
of Keith Stewart Wood, son of 
Mrs. Wood and the late B. Wood 
of Peterborough. * Rev. Henry 
Cotton performed the ceremony. 
The church wos decorated 
wich spring flowers. The music 
by Mr. H. G. Fowler. The 




are making every effort to soloist> Mr . jy. Rowo> Mng The 

7 l « r ,r ha " dle • u V, n ? s w ' th lord's Prayer and Through The 
Ugf. • Rather -than criticise ncr y enrs , 

ggtouching a nd handling ob- Thc ' bridCi givcn in marr j Dgc 

<*», they give her on explana- b y her father, wore n gown of 
«£of the use and purpose of whUe Swiss cycIct wUh a swcel . 

#S& • m ' , •'■'•'. i heart neck-line, fitted bodice 

.jOrKJ evening while visiting her with full skirt, white lace hat 
unj, Helen Jean noticed a nest ond elbow lcng|h mittcns . Shc 

fcryftal ash troys on the tfass- carried a bouquet of red roses. 

Dorothy Miller, her only atten- 
dant, was in powder blue swiss 
eyelet with matching accessories 
ond carried a mulli colored nose 



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flench ash tray and one at a 
linrve set each down on thc table. 
JS larger one was a bit heavy 
M-.cornparison and landed with 
■60 me force and clatter. 
^Promptly, Helen .Jean's father 
Explained that thc table top was 
llflis and that the ash trays were 
jug -glass. He very nicely re 
Rinded her tliat glass would 
€ak. Helen Jean listened lo 
*iMs with interest and, obvi- 
grasped the -point intend* 



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—Misses Doreen and Gerald- j —Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Travis* 
e Close spent a week's holidays spent a week at New Liskeard 

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ic-threc ash trays, placing them 

■order to form thc nest. Then, 
ithout further directions or 

r% e.hnnded the ash trays to her 

unt, she said, "Aunt Florence, 

these away" 



The groom was attended by 
his cousin, Mr. Erroll Hand- 
bridge. Messrs. Gordon Rowe 
and Robert Walker ushered. 

Af (or the ceremony n recep- 
tion was held at the Legion hall. 
The bride's mother wore pale 
blue sheer, navy accessories and . 
cor s a g c of pink roses* Mrs. I 



in* -.~_- w*. — ,. — 

at Lockhaven Lodge, Maple Lake* 
Haliburton. . 

—Mr. and Mrs. Charles 
Wrightman, Mr. and Mrs. Or Icy 
Hayes and Margaret arrived home 
Friday night from a trip through 
Algonquin Park, Ottawa, King- 
ston and the Thousand Islands. 

— Mr. and Mrs. Frank Prest 
spent their week's holidays visit- 
ing friends in Sarnia, London and 
Woodstock. 

—Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Vail 
spent a few days last week at 
the home of the former's par 
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Vail, 
Gorham St. 

Mr. and Mrs. T, Leach spent 



Wood wore a two-piece floral 
silk jersey with matching acces- 
sories and 'corsage of red roses. 
The young couple motored to 

tt>W'.w * - Winnipeg via U.S.A. where they 

from ner parents shc cros- J will reside 

the room to her aunt. As out of town guests included 

Mr. and Mrs. Glen Carson, Mr. 
and Mrs. Harold Rehill. Ftotet*' 

^weiipon'thVaunt^^ * ,n nm ! " rs ; Edward and western Canada. They ex* 

m« ? i »« « w ?» rt „ Wa, hcr, pede and then go on to the 
SSLS* i J P on ? ]d Younger, coast. They will be gone about 

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their holidays with their son, 

Eric, at a Hudson Bay post in 
Quebec. 

—Mr. and Mrs. Howard Reek- 
ie, Toronto, spent Friday with 
Mrs. W. R. Ashenhurst. 

—Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Jefferson 
and family have left on a motor 
trip through thc United States 
and western Canada. They ex- 



case. At the same time Helen 
fJenn was asked if that would be 
safe place. In answer, shc 
erit over to the telephone 
Jfctand, removed the nest of ash 
pjrpya from it, and carefully ban* 
^jded thvm to her aunt to place 
gpjt of reach. 

i|v All young children are des- 
|tructive; but. in the beginning, 
glgfy flrc accidently so. For one 
phing t they haven't the necessary 
^control of their hands to handle 
fragile objects. Then too. they 
Jmven't learned to be careful 
gfc. this respect, they can be hclp- 

hja tremendously with gentle 

learnings. - ; . 

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|clcar ajl table tops in thc child's 
ptome; but. certninly, very spc 
? cinl ornaments should be kept 
gout of reach until the child has 
Steamed to be cnreful. 



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—Mrs. Fret! Webster spent the 

long weekend with her friends. 

j Mr. and Mrs. Harry West, Bo- 

riC It IKIr DITCC frnrUown » ,asl wcck - 

Oh JUNfc Kllbbi -Mr. and Mrs. John Vandcn- 



as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. 
Perkio. 

—Mr. and Mrs. h. Thlverige, 
St. Catharines, attended thc 
wedding on Saturday at Rich- 
mond Hill of Mr, and Mrs. John 
O'Halloran (Jean Topper). 

—Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Prltchard 
and their daughter, Barbara* arc 
vacationing at Island Grove, 
Lake Simcoe. for two weeks. 

—Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Tod left 
today for Southampton, where 
they plan to spend a three weeks' 
'(holiday. 

r— Mrs. Anno Sanderson visited 

her daughter, Mrs. L. Thiver* 
idgc. in St. Catharines recently. 
—Mrs. Lolia Rolph is visiting 
Mr. ond Mrs, Irwin Walker at 
Island Grove, Lake Simuje, this 
week, 

—Mr. and Mrs. Harper Price, 
Archie Melntyrc, ond Kileen 
Price, visited Mr. and Mrs. A. W. 
Evans in Huntingdon, Que., last 
week. 

—Mr. and Mrs, B. R. Black, 
formerly of Newmarket and now 
residing In Pro scot t f visited 
friends in town over the week- 
end. . 

—Mrs. II. Ostley, Mrs. Walter 
Haines, and Misses Edith and Ho 
Haines spent Thursday in Tor- 
onto at the home of Mrs. Tom 
Boland. 



Major W. H. Taylor and Mas- 
ter Horry Hodgkinson spent the 
July 1 weekend ot Brechin with 
Mr. William Taylor. 

Misses Lorraine and Patricia 
Gunton spent the July J holiday 
with their parents, Dr. and Mrs. 
G. A. C. Gunton. 

Mrs. Keith Hamer and son 
Gordon, Toronto, are visiting Mr. 
and Mrs. T. A. Hamer. 

Miss Evelyn Taylor, Reg. N., 
Toronto, spent the holiday week- 
end with Mr. and Mrs. Robert 
Hodgkinson. 

Miss Beverley Smith is at a 
girls' camp at Sparrow Lake. 

Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Urquhart 
are on a trip to Western Canada. 

Misses Marjoric and Bertha 



Conservatory Results 



Newmarket— The following is a 

list of successful candidates in 
examinations held recently by 
thc Toronto Conservatory of Mus- 
ic in Newmarket. The names arc 



grade V (piano): first class hon- 
ors, Rodney West; honors, Nancy 
Waterhouse; 

Grade IV (piano): first class 
honors, John Boynton; Cherith! 



arranged in order of merit: Piphcr; honors, Jean Lewis- Isu- ! awa,l€tt answer lo the i 

Grade IX <p*ano): honors, Di-ibot Itoitora KnWnn w«iir«...V*.V.. I question, "How should I 
ana Loncrgan; grade VII (piano) 

first class honors, fckiwin Cleland 



•jbet Rogers; Noreen Walker; 'paw. ti^ 11 ^ - " J 
: Beverley Morion; ' " ls * m1l,r .? 

|J Grade II! (piano): honors. \fi2l3 



By CAROLINF. E. ION 

Two new, interesting .'»r.d in- 
formative biK)ks which have re- 
cently been added to the New- 
market public library are 
Picture Framing, by Edward 
Unndon, and The Rug and Car- 
pet Book, by Mildred Jackson 
O'Brien. The first is the long 
i awaited answer to the novice's 

frame 

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(piano): first class honors, Patsy 
Cock; honors, Faye Billings, Mary 
Climpson, Joan Curtis (equal); 
j Louise Moorehcud; Eleanor Smith, 
Andrews spent July 1 at Acton, j Muriel Walker (equal): June 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Caulficld j Prosser; Mary Arnold; pass 

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een Scythes; Ai hna Carlcy, Joan 
Sanderson (equal); honors, Don- 
na Barber; Charles McGtiiiv; 



I Miss June Caulficld, spent Margueretta Green. Lois Robin-jpass, Barbara JhSSSLS SB 

July 1 holiday at thc Old son (equal); Margaret Armstrong, tfom (eoual)- M^rv C i '£ Jw 
•s and Girls reunion at Mount Mary Jane Hope (equal); Jean ' - * r> C ' l " >lv,or ' 



Forest. 
Mrs. M. L. Andrews spent 



Kirhyson; 
Grade II (pfano): first class 



St. John's Catholic church was 



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Newmarket— Miss Mae Patter- 
|»n. organist. at St. Andrew's 

p'resbytcrian church, was a guest 
p.t the "Get Acquainted Tea" giv- 
|m on July 4 by the Toronto Con- 
servatory of Music to mark the 
Opening of" the' diamond jubilee 
iummer school. Held on thc 
^grounds of the Conservatory Wo- 
[ftfen'fl Residence, thc tea was at- 
Ijendcd by members of the board 
|ot directors and the faculty, to- 
Igethcr wfth music teachers from 
griany parts of Canada. 

The classified ad page Is your 

bargain counter. 



mer wedding on June 28, when 
Martha Louise, daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. George F. Coorssen, 
became the bride of Dr, Joseph F. 
Morgan, son of Mr. J. P. Morgan 
of Vancouver. Rev. T, F. Mc* 
Cabe performed the ceremony, , 
which was followed by the nup- ! 
tial mass. The church was 4 
beautifully decorated with peo- 



Dunnc. 

—Mrs. Garnet Caster, Vancou- 
ver. B.C., is visiting her parents. 
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Scott, Vic- 
toria St, 

—Mr. and Mrs. Fred Obee and 
Master Mearl arc holidaying 
with friends in Midland. 

—Miss Ann O'Connor is holi- 
daying with friends 



*.!«*. *•»» ".***ia iZiiy , ft — w««yi"K wnn menus in Oshawa. 

nies and delphiniums and other __Mrs Frank O'ifnllnrtn m3 

early summer flowers. \Tr. Tnhn f <w««„i! ? .w uar<lmcr - Toronlo, Mr. and Mrs. 

The bride was gowned in ivory w^ SSJSJ fe Thivc ^ e i 2» d *«*• ***•»- 

sconne crepe, fashioned in loner ZvJs,A\„ ******* Bl French Eleanor, St. Catharines, and Mr. 



several days recently at Detroit, ; honors, Lois Gibson, Eleanor 

Mich., with Mr. and Mrs. Harry j Hate (equal); James Cupples; 

Stephens- 
Marian 

visiting 

Mooref 
Mr. 

and Mr 

are spending 

toulin Island. phcrson; Lila Clark; pass. Mhrlcne 

Mr. Bob Page and Mr. Jeff Martin; Kinsey Dillane; 

Sellars, London, England, are Grade II (singing): honors, 
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Norman Morion Gibson. 



HIGH SCHOOL KNTRANCK 




proper procedure is included in 
this book together with a list of 
supply sources. Marginal diag- 
rams accompany each step in the 
execution of this craft and beau- 
tiful illustrations add greatly to 
its enjoyment. 

Many limes good painthigs ure 
framed incorrectly. This l>«ok 
aids in the selection of appropri- 
ate frames for all types of pic- 
lures — from oil paintings to 
pastels. The author, Edward 



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Don B.: Wilson. William; Wright, :»' finding authorative informa- 
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ST. JOHN'S CONVENT 
Grade IX (piano): honors, Barb- 



—Mary Bothwell spent last 
week at Island Grove, the guest 
of Barbara Pritchard. 

—Mrs. Bert McCarnnn visited 
Mrs. F. T. Porritt, Milford, on 
Tuesday. 

—Those visiting at the home 
of Mrs. Annie Sanderson over 
the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. 
Topper and their daughter, 
Sally, Richmond Hill, Gordon 
Gardiner, Toronto, Mr. and Mrs. 



fasconne crepe, fashioned in long, man - s B ay 

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gown in maize hut with puff 
sleex'es and long mittens of thc 



cntly 
—Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Tod have 

snme material, and matching hat" VSm'SS^S TF'tJ 
She carried a nosegay of glue Iff»?S« ^! ItSm* ' 

cornflowers s u r r o u n d c d by I _ Mr . nnd Mrs . 0n - 



and Mrs. Gordon Folkcard and 
daughter, Carol, of Aurora. 

—Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cox 
and family have returned home 
after a week's vacation spent at 
Lake Couchiching. 

— Mr. arid Mrs. Roy Ncwson of 
Barrio spent Sunday with Mr. 

Ncwson's mother on Concession 

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and family spent last week atj nra R i )C rts; grade VIII (piano): 

'KHti'&W Bu^iJ'" 51 1K»*» 0*J*+* 
spent last week ut Bigwin Inn 
Miss Valencia McNaught and 
Mr. Charles McNaught flew 
England on Friday where they 
will spend thc summer. 

^«i? n l Mps V . Howard Bu T TBarhaVa Lawior; Kramith Burkei 
ond Miss Donna Case arc spend- j 

ing this week at Braccbridge. 

Miss Mary Brown and Miss; 

Carol Jones spent their holidays 



Al-KORA commended to anyone who has 

Baker, Kenneth: Beawr Jo- attempted to frame ever, an 

nunc-: Bennett, Bill (fi>* Berif cn,ar ^nient of a photograph as 

Lillian: Bergman, Gordon flit' wc " i,s lo lnc members of loeri 

Brachen, Lesley Ann: Butter iir L <,, ' t:: - 

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Mr. Robert Marshall, the new 
Aurora assessor, has purchased 
the McCallum residence 
Spruce St. 

Miss Jacqueline Hole, Willow- 
dale, is Ihc guest of Mrs. Harry 
Richbell. 

Mr. and Mrs, Cameron II. Lob- 
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WEDS U.K. GIRL!' 



The chancel ot Lcaside 



— r n r\ j —Shirley Creed, nurse-intrai- 

sweetpeas and daisies and other land "children sn^nt ThMr IT. ?. inR at ' the ***&& General 
small summer flowers. miMnv « th Tl mL TV Hos P i,a1 ' is sending a three 

Mr. A. Poole. Toronto, was XlErtSS Cv^n^ WCOks ' ho,idny wi,h *™ P aren,s - 

best man. while the ushers were ^LZ jt *& S* L?t ™.i MK nnd Wrs - W " w - Crvcd 
Mr. George Weber of Toronfo, 1^™ \ s Sv A^til^ K «~ Mr and "* » orman Miic " 
and the groom's brother. Mr! I JSJJ **£ % R &SS h ^! Do « aW of Toronto colled on Mr. 
•lames Morgan, who flew from JS? biS »«n""on. at. nnd Mrs. Bert McCarnan last 

Vancouver for the ceremony. I ' n„«»V'..« »h« fc*™,- » vt wcek - 

J C ^' ,l Jl.r C . 5L2M. "Mr- .".nd Mrs. Ro»>ert Cons- 



i Harold: Hutchinson. Norma'-* !? vaMa,M f "• «•« this book -Ail! 

. United I Knowles. Hobert: Linton Row tfJ £*!** ***** to uil "'*»«» 

on church, Toronto, was the scene ! Lucaxbal, Eva Elizabeth im-'Si" " ' M * or . c;,r » xl - Tr «'" lc 

'"'• namtK, weaves and material*., as 

well as quality and price are 

fully dim»sM:«l. The selection of 

a rug or carpet is <i e a 1 1 with 

from the decorative angle as 

well as from the practical and 

the particular problems of 

choosing floor coverings for each 

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afternoon, July 5, at 4 o'clock, j Charles (II); Martin, John; 
when Freda Doreen, eldest' McCachen, William: Monkman, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Marino EL: Morning. Blanche 
I3ooth, Bradford, Yorkshire, <H): Morrison, Lois (II); Oakley 

England, was united in marriage ! Grace (H): 



While residence on Wellington to Gordon Morton Collins, son of Patchell, Bob; Patrick. Donald* 
St. jMr. and Mrs. Russell G. Collins. Pattenden. Muriel; Robinson* 



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,:,cuHiyator, spreader,! 
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Any pari not fin stock and in 

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onct of orange blossoms. She Nnstrand. Peter III); Wells A 
carried a cascade bouquet of pink Helen: Wood. Doreon <IJ>: Wrav! 
Briar Cliffo roses and white Bruce (H>: Wright. Lois: YafecCj 



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Canterbury Bells and was attend* 
kd by Mrs. Jack Day, IngersolU 



sister (Jean) of the groom, who 

wore a long gown of sheer tur- 

Baskets oi tuhps, sitowbulls Quoise crepe with shirred bolero 

and white spnea tormed u color- j^nd halo of pink roses. Mrs. 

tui bacKgrouuu an Kcswick Unit- &W carried a 



M. Gwendoline. 

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ed church on Wednesday. June l«, 
when Hev. Gordon Lapp, assistcu 
t>y i*ev. Ajioui Abrunam, Lon- 
don, brotiK-r-in-iuw of the groom, 
uuiied in marriage Anne bnirley, 
daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. MUfora 



Hie junior girls (ages ten and 

II), who aie registered for the 

No: !h York Memorial junior 

(hibifte Utnet . A^ , ^ r ' r,s " ti,m P & Camp Ashun- 

^luoim. June: Cowan. Joan; yoong. will 
Deane. Francis: Ham. Kenneth: 
cascade of deep j McF.^rland. Dolly; McVeteh, o„ Tiii^dnv Julv IS 
roses, larkspur and pmk Marv: Meslov. Robert- CRf-Hlv ' y * Jul> lj ' 

sweet peas. The best man forjWiHian^: »«»«.v,| 

the occiision was Mr. Charles M. Patterson. Ronald (ID Raw]-! 
English, a cousin of the brjdcjinj-5. Ross: Scott iWv my' 
and nephew of the groom's moth- Smith. Owen: SpWht. Doucbs 
•h- from Washington, DC. |«I>: Williams. Ruth (II): Wilson 



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partment of National Health andi" ari T? n an ?^ !fa * *? jin *J? Long! and son, David, visited Mr. and 
Welfare. —Mr. and Mrs. Chas Wass and, Mrs. Howard Smith and Mr. and 

Guests were present from Tor- ~* a ? d Dean Nelson spent: Mrs. J. M. Lyon in Toronto on 
onto, Ottawa and Vancouver, !HL?5f* at L,tUc Lakc Park ; Sunday. 

besides their many friends in | Midland. V _ Mrs . Waiter Wesley, form- 

Newmarket. : —Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Travissicrly of Newmarket, is a guest j 

. rfj&l thcir . w° ck * s holidays* for a few weeks at the home ofi 

uai t pip, \A/rrvr l with lhe,r *°H^ taw and daugh-: Mrs. II. Ostley. 

riUL! fc>IKL WEDS . jter. Mr and Mrs. Albert Bailey.j _ M t. and Mrs. G. W. Fletcher 

Dundalk. j Eln< | Diane spent a few days last 

' week visiting Mr. Fletcher's 
mother, Mrs. M. K. Fletcher, ond 
friends in Hamilton. 

—Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bark- 
er and grandchildren, Jean and 
Murray Ryan, Yonge St. N., 
spent a few days last week in 



Rye, to Nelson Harper Stewurt,! Th© flowers in thc church j Ruth (II). 

son ot thc Jate Mr. and Mis. U.' chancel were pink and white; SUTTON WEST 



IN MOUNT ALBERT „ ■ 

— . —Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stick- 

Miss Phyllis Mae Maries, wood *wi family and Mr. and 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gco.| Mrs - n «ss^ Stickwood vfsited 



Maries, Holt, became thc bride of 
William Murray Pegg, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Wm. Pegg, Mount Al- 
bert, at Mount Albert parsonage 
on June 14. Rev. W. H. Burgess 
officiated. . 

The bride wore a 

dress of white silk jcrEej 

white accessories and a corsage of 
American Beauty roses. 

Miss Audrey Maries, sister of 
the bride, was her only attend 



Stewart, Belfast, Ireland* | peonies with blue delphinium. 

. Given in marriage by her Iath>i' rnc reception which followed 
er, thc bride was lovely. Hcrp vas nc '^ a * * ne honoe of the- 
gown was oi white satin with 
long, full train. Her sisters heir- 
loom English veil of sequin trim- 
med tulle was caught to a head- 
dress of velvet calla lilies and she 
carried a shower bouquet of calla 
lilies. 



Aisop, Gloria; Bit: Canoe. Jr-an; 
BiV Canoe. William (Iter. 10 
(5) ); Burrows. Marv Oil: Char- 



groom's parents at which HH»|neotier. Edith .Choreic nticr WJJ. 
grooms mother received in a i^, n . Claik> Marhnc; Coulter, 
pale rose crepe dress with ac- William (II):. 



cessories of k-sc and white and 
corsage of dark pink roses. 

For travelling, the bride wore 
a royal blue suit of French linen 



Her sister, Mrs. Geo. Snelling, with white accessories and car 

ried silver fox furs, her corsage 



Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stick- 
wood. Claremonl, on Sunday. 

—Mr. and Mrs. Russel Stick- 
wood spent a few days last wcek M „ M „ w «« w UV .-* i M i w 
at Wasago Beach and in Colling* .Buffalo and Niagara Falls 
wood mountains j -Cadet Sgt. Zilpnh Lavender, 

street length! "7 M f" a ? Jack S,lUon I Salvation Army Training Col- 

; jersey and and . family and Mrs. M. M. lege, Toronto, is spending her 

Smith were holidaying at Mid* 

land last week. 

—Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Fletcher 
and Diane spent the holiday 
wcekend visiting Mrs. Fletchers 



ant, in pink silk jersey, white wc0 * en< « visiting Mrs. Fletcher's 
accessories and a corsage of Tal-i£ arcnts ' ^ ir - * nd Mrs - » u fih A. 
isman roses. Mr. Irvin Maries, Doyd « am * family at Unionville. 

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Mr. ami Mrs. Edwin Ashby. 

—Mr. and Mrs. R. Cailaghan 
spent the week at Collingwood. 

—Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sutton 
and son, Stanley, spent the 
weekend at Midland. 



MOUNT ALBERT 



the wedding trip to Ottawa and! recommended. F-failure) 
Montreal, the bride wore a robin's j To Grade H: 
egg blue gabardine suit, white! Calver. Barbara <H>; Dike, 
accessories and a squirrel neck- * AtiWccn; Graham, Kciih; Green, 
piece. The happy couple will re- ! Johnny (II); Harper, Paul (II); 
side in Mount Albert, Joyce. Barbara (H); Joyce, Billy 

I (R); Lunait, Clifford (il); Mac- 
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■7 The reception was held at the Mount Albert public school re- Punier. Ronnie; Reeve, Joan 
home of the bride's parents. For suits are: (Code: H-honours. R- ! (H > : Stokes, Brian; Thompson, 
the wedding trip to Ottawa and! recommended. 'F-failure) | Charles (H); 

Carlin, Claudia; Comer, Gla- 
dys; Franklin, Jackie; Graham, 
Clifford; Graham, Forbes; 
Green, Donald; Harper, Harold; 
Palmer, Blhert; Rolling, Herbie; 
Skinner, Donald. 
To Grade VI: 

Carlin, James: Coupcr. Bever- 
ly (II); Green. Evelyn (H); Har- 
rison. Marie (H); Mainprize, 
Paul (II); Rate. Eleanor, Sedorc, 
Marian; Sisler. Helen; teacher- 
Mrs. Ida Ross. 

To Grade VII: 

Case, Nelson: Calver, Bobbie 
(F); Comer, Margarrt (R); Har- 
rison. Florence (H>; Harrison, 
Norma (H): Jordan. Gladys (F); 
Kurtz, Gail (If); Lunau. Doreen 
(II): Rolling. Jean. 
j To Grade VIII: 

Couper, Jimmi e; Graham, 
Jack; Green, Marguerite (II); 
Harrison, Ralph; McLaren, Don- 
ald; Oliver, Kathleen (II); tea- 
cher. F. lola Campbell. 



as matron of honor, was gowned 
in floor length peach corded taf- 
feta and carried yellow roses and 
orchid sweotpeas, while her sister- 
in-law, Mrs. Vernon Rye, was 
bridesmaid. She wore floor 
length orchid corded taffetta and 
carried yellow roses and sweet- 
peas, Both wore matching head- 
dresses. The two charming little 



DirV. Ernie: Dick. Jiw; Dough- 
ty. Norma; 

Ego. William; EkJund. Ila: El- 
lis. Gwendolyn (H ) ; Fairba rn, 
Kyle (Reg. 10 <«) ); Fnrrell. Fav 
(II); 



Thc feguJai monthly meeting 
of the Women's Institute will be 
held at the agricultural board 
rooms, Botsford St., on Thursday. 
July 17, at 2.30 o'clock. Rev J. 
T. Rhodes will be thc guest 
speaker. Owing to thc holiday 
season we urge as many of the 
members to bt present as pov* 
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being of gardenias. The young. Glover. Jack: Gould. Grace: 
couple will reside in Lcaside. Harris. Mae: Holder, Pauline; 

The groom's parents and:j onc ^ Morgan; 
grandparents were all Newmar-, K av. Eva Marie (H); Knights, 
ket people and ho was born ^n, Harold; l,aChapellc. Clarence; 

SS JttS^ Mr * F£ !$&' J^Chapolle, Madeline (H); Lavi- 

olettc, John; Loncrgan. Pan) (H); 



Russell Collins moved »n 1922 
Of late years the family has 
been residing in Lcaside. Thc 

flower girls, gowned aiike in pink K roorn enlisted and seived in the 

taffeta smocked in blue to the *>&*** corps overseas, after train- j Parker, John Si!aW«-; Porter,! 

waist, and carrying matching l n & •* ^wmarxct camp Whik ! Raymond; 'Scott. John; Smith/ 

nosegays were Carol Diane, sister, "* England he met his bnde-to. j Russell; Stiles Joan: . 

of the bride, and Sally Elizabeth *? e ' w ™ l f w ?W ^ Mr »w ( ! Taylor, William P. (Reg. 10 

Brice, niece of thc groom. Mr. fron \, hcr „ non i? f &*#' ™ r i<5) ): Watson, Jack; Wight. 

Norman Japp, Toronto, supported an « Mrs. Bruce W. Morton, whO| LuiwVlCfr <H > ; Willouglibv. Miir. 

the groom. Messrs. Vernon Rye are n T located at Glasgow Sta- io}; wine h, Merlyn. 

an<l Robt. Stewart were ushers. twm in thc " . OttOWa territory. ZEPHYR 



INDUCTED AT St'HOMBERG 

Aurora— Rev. J. Campbell 'Mc- 
Lean was inducted tins week as '. 
minister of Schombcrg United 
church. A graduate of four 
year * from Emmanuel College. 
Rev. McLean was inducted by a 
group of his North York confrer- 
es including Rev. C. E. Cragg, 

Kettleby; Rev. A. £. Mfllcn, 
Queensville; Rev. E. R. McLean, 
Toronto, father of the new in- 



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clla; Norton, June (Reg. 10 (0) ): cumbent. and Rev. R. F. Hicks 
Norton. Lornn; jfti«I Bcv. A. C. Hoffman, Aurora. 



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Morton, Gwendolyn!-; Norman, 
Bruce E; Rolling. Florence (H); 
Scdore, Audrey Leone fit ) ; 
Simpson. Ruth. 



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(H); Minick; Donald; . Minick, 
Gordon: Minick, Kenneth; 

Palmer. Bobby; Palmer, Caro- 
lyn (H); Palmer, Margaret; Pal- 
mer, Patricia; Rennie, John (H); 



Canon H. K. Coleman, Bernicc 
Violet, daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. E. Leonard Hill, and 'Wil- 
liam James Vail, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. William Vail, Newmarket. 



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inmERAL. DIRECTORS AND 
AMBULANCE SERVICE 

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VAIL ; HILL 

At Trinity church 
Brovkville, on Saturday, June mor .' l ' a!rxc, «: Ronnie, John (H) 
20, 1CM7, at 4 o'clock, bv Rev j Rol,ir ^ Bctly (11); Rolling, Don- 

-- na (R); Reeve, Elaine; Simpson. 

Harold (F); Thompson, Jimmie. 
To Grade III: 

Case, Crete; Morton, Judy (II); 
Rate. Arlenc (If); Rutledge, 
Ruth (II); Scott, Barbara; Thom- 
pson, l-orna; teacher- Mrs. Jean 
Harrison. 
To Grade IV: 

Calver, L a w r e n c e; Davis, 
Diannc (H); Dike, Helen; Dike, 
Garnet; Bice, Stanley; Harrison. 
Ruth (R); Kurtz, Tom (H): Lu- 
nau, Ruth (R); McPherson, 



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Myrtle; CurJ, Gordon (H); Hock- 1 Bian chard, Melvin; Bretn. 
Jley. Elsie (II); Lott, Bill: Sebas- 1 



tian. Ronald; Scott, Stuart; 
I Smith, Carl (H); Myers, Betty 



Mrs. Harold Pollard was at the wcrc a,non « the &&*}& 
organ and Mrs. Marie Draper ; 
Lyons, cousin of thc bride, sang! 
I'll Walk Beside You and Oh* 
Promise Me- 

FoUowing the ceremony the re- j Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bolshy ; c - <R< #- 1* i© ); Vankoughnet 
ception was hold in the Sunday-ihnvo purchased the residence of i^mes. • - ■ 

school rooms where the bride's the late Miss Ethel Hambleton on n ' MJIOMBERG 
tabic was centred by a tiered i Moslev St. 1 Blackburn. Lorraine H. (11); 

wedding cake, flanked by lighted! Mrs. James Patterson. Detroit. jBuckmastcr. Ruth (II); Cober, 
candles. iMich.. former Aurora resident, is! J ; irk: W*. Mary. Dove. Marion 

Mrs. Howard Brice, in white] visiting friends in town. M«> : 

eyelet with a corsage of roses,! Mr. and M:s. Archie Cousins Edwards, Murray Grilten, 
and Mrs. Jack Rcfd, in flowered j and members of the staff of Cou- David: Hollingt-hoad, Garnet; 
jersey with corsage of roses, sis- sins* Dairy honoied Miss Wvn 'Hunt. Thelnia (H); 
tors of Hie groom, assisted Mrs.! Quanta a bride-to-be. at a social -Koblwek, Hilda Bertha (II); 
Rye who was in blue and a cor- [evening at Mr. Cousins' cottage! MBWfiti- LnVerne; Lister, Dor- 



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Gillton, Donald; Goo<lc, Betty; 
Grclg, Robert; Leitch, Mary; 
Miller. Lorna; Pegg, Jean (Reg 
10 (5) ); Skinner, Edna; Smith. 
Douglas (11); Strasler, Reginald; 

W u r«te 1 1, Marion; Wtdriet, 
Robert; White, Jack- 



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saige of coral roses in welcoming on Wednesday evening. jwn F. (H): 

the guests. Following the rcecp-j Mr. and Mrs. Orlie DeLfiMoyt'! Marshall, Helen Rema (11); 
tion the happy couple left amid j are on a trip to Florida. • iMunsh&w. .June Irene; Proctor, 

showers of confetti and goodi Mr. and Mrs. John Hudson I Beatrice: Slovens. William; 



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wishes for North Bay and Honey 
Harbor. The bride travelled in a 

light blue suit with pink and ... 

White accessories with corsage of I mother, Mrs. Roy DcLaHayc. 
roses. On thcir return they will* 
reside in Newmarket. Guests 
were present from Niagara Falls, 



spent their holidays at Montreal, i Taylor, William; Weedon. Joan; 

Miss Ruth Del/iHaye. Toronto, (Weedon. John (S.S. No. 13. 

weekend with her KimO: Weedon, John (S.S. No. 

«7, K^ng); Wolfe, Robert Dalton. 

. j MOUNT ALBERT 

"Would you like to see a model] Calver, Martin; Card. Douglas; 
homo?" iCorte-r. Ray; Comer. Vcrna: 



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Baricy,. Katlialcnc (II); Bunn, 
Audrey; Clements, Herbert; Mc- 
Gencrty, Daniel; Morrissey, Pat- 
ricia (H); 

Prosser, June; Sinclair, Hugh; 
Stevenson, Rhettt; Stinson, Allan; 
Vidul, Nocla: Wrightman, Morg- . 
aret- ;. ; 

FEFFERLAW 

Blanch a r d, Vclma; Bodky, 
Richard, Burnie, Beverley; 

Corner, Robert f. ; Mcintosh, 
Waiter; Noble, Patricia (II); Rix- r 
on, Donald: 

Station, Frank; Wahicki, LiV 
lian; Watson, RFchard; West- , v^- 
garth, Murray; Woodward, M^rg- ?M 

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fftwtttftiket— Magistrate O. S. 
fclHnxakc, O.B>E„ K.C., presided 

g^lf.lfce Friday morning session of 

slit "magistrate's court* replacing 
ate 3* E. Pritchard, KG. 
Attorney Arlcltfh Ann- 
welcomed Magistrate Hoi* 
v.™ rid pledged the co* 
manMon ol the legul fraternity. 
R^Mppfc Vale, representing the 

fota*- of the County of York as 

K #iil as the town of Newmarket, 

IftO extended congratulations 

pledged the co-opcratIr>:\ of 

*• town and it* officers. C. T. 

& BVan*. re-presenting the bar of 

Wmxoo county, C. IL Kerr and 

§&sl8»S*. C, Lee added their good 

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B William Ward, Newmarket, were 

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in each caae. Both men pleaded 

not guilty. 

Albert S. Q. Jontf, Toronto, 
testified that he had Von driving 
north with his wife and child 
and had reached a point on No. 
It highway approximately oppos- 
ite St. Andrew's College when he 
saw a truck travelling south pull 
out to pass a car. 'The truck 
pulled across the centre lane of 
the three-lane highway -and into 
my lane," Jong said. "My car 
was sldeswiped and $400 damage 
caused by Utc impact. I was inj 
the right lane of the highway 
and his left front wheel was 
it bout a foot and a half over in- 
to my lane when the impact 
occurred. We were both doing 
about 35 miles an hour. My car 



_ sober but is very abusive when 
highway was wide hiS has bcen drinking." Trent 



enough for two cars and a truck was remanded in custody. 
abreast. "My ear was facing Bructl Thompson, It. H. 2 # 
straight west after the impact Uoydtown, and Job Small, R, R. 



and the front bumper was even 
with the cast line on the road. 
Thought Car Would Turn Over 

Crovur Gage, Aurora, corro- 
borated Jong's testimony. "I 
thought the car was going to 
turn over after it was hit," he 
said. 

Provincial Constable William 
Melbourne testified that he had 
investigated the accident. "The 
left front tire of the truck was 
two feet over the east line on 
the road/' he said. "I could not 
establish the point of impact." 



3. Alllston, both pleaded guilty 
to driving with defective brakes. 
Thompson was fined $10 but 
Small was fined $15 when Con- 
stable Lawrence testified that 
his horn had not been in work- 
ing condition either. Constable 
Lawrence laid both charges. 



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had required hospital treatment 
^fSb' convicted on charges of I for a sprained neck. He said the 



t^i&ire!c*« driving following accf- [northbound traffic had been 
^Vvlente on No. II highway, C. T.I light at the time of the accident 







(ravelled about five feet after the j ly so I turned out into the centre 
Impact." -, ! lane to pass. I had Just come 

Jong said his child had been | ab u rtta5t f of , the **\ l wa3 pas f l " g 

injured about the neck and he * he " J ™ KS , COr tur . n f u QUt Mo . 
J the centre lane and hit me. I 

put the brakes on and the Impact 

stopped the car." Seiko's wife 

and ! I -year-old daughter, Mary, 

corroborated his evidence. 

Mr. Evans said that there were 

in the case two opposing stories. 
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July 3— Mr. and Mrs, Munroe 
King. Toronto, visited Mrs. Ethel 
Belko said he i* a market gar- Kolborn on Saturday, 
doner at Bradford. "The car Mr. and Mrs. Perry Winch and 
ahead of me was going too slow- Miss Ruth Mary Winch visited 

Rqv. C. Fbcklcr and Mrs. Foek- 
ler at Maple on Sunday. 

Miss Olive Nlles, Toronto, was 
home for the weekend. 

Mr. and Mrs. S. Ilarron, Tor- 
onto, spent the weekend with Mr. 
and Mis. I. Waldon. 

Miss Mary Sprague Is visiting 

her cousin, Miss Hazel Sprague, 
Newmarket. 
Services of the United church 

on Sunday, July 8, were in the 



Alexander: Murray Huntley; 

Carl Pickerel; Don Pickerel; 
Mr. and Mrs. Pickerel; Mr, and 
Mrs. Stra3ler and Reg; Mrs. Ed 
Strasler; Mrs. Styles; Mr. and 
Mrs. P. Mount; Pauline Coomer;ilola Campbell. 
Mrs. H. Leadbetter; Harry Lead- HOLT 

better; 

Ray and Joyce Leadbetter; 

Mrs. Still; Mrs. Anderson; Ar- 

lene and Sharon Anderson; Mr. 
ond Mrs. Gordon Cole and three 
children; 

Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith; Mur- 
ray Smith; Mrs. W. Williams and 
six children. 

HKOWN HILL 

Wilmot King; Freeman King; 
Ruth King; George Kmg; Marie 
King; Eva Kinu; Howard King; 
Ruby King; Elma King; 



Couper; Miss Effie Hayes; Mrs. Wflbcrt Beckett and three 

Miss Thorpe; Mrs. Ernest Se- children; Clinton Bolduc; Clair 
dorc and two children; Mrs. Nor- Smith; Aileen' Smith, 
man Harrison and three children; UNION STREET INSTITUTE 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Carr; Thomas- R e g. Mcintosh; Mrs. Reg Mc- 
Hutchinson; Douglas Campbell; 1 



Intosh; Doris Mcintosh; Dooatd 
Mcintosh; Shirlie Mcintosh; - 

Mrs. Sim Graves; B i 11 i e; 
Graves; Dot tie Graves; ShLrlte 
Graves; Paul Graves; Mr. Ed 
Hreen; Mrs. Ed Breen; Ronald 
Iirccn; Donald Brcen. 



Mr. and Mrs. Haivey Gibney 
and two children; Mr. and Mrs. 
Ewings and four children; Mr, 
and Mrs. Ken King and one 
child; Mrs. H. Couch; Mr. Bosko 
and two children; 

Mrs. Ben Cookson and two 
children; Miss Grace Mitchell; 
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mainprise 
and six children; Mr. and Mrs. 
Sam King; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon 
Knott; 

Mr. and Mrs. Angus Harrison 
and six children; Mr. and Mrs. 



Retard Sedore; Dorcon Sedore; Walter Rate and two children; 
Gertrude Sedore; fouls Std^re; Mr. Foster Hopkins ami two chiU 



truck strayed across the line df- charge of the new minister, Heir. 
vidfng the two lanes for a few »M. H. Brown. Mr.; Brown and 



Mrs. Evelyn Sedore; Percy Das 
inger; Roy Baslnger; 

Jean Baslnger; Donald Basin- 
ger; Mrs. Percy Baslnger; 

Hillyard Miller; Noreen Mill- 
er; Harold Rose; Gcor^ina Rose; 
Alvin Rose; Gladys Rose; Mrs. 
Alvtn Rose; Alfred Rose; Mrs. 
Dorothy Hose; Orval Rose; Low- jbatsdon; 
ell Rose; I^iufs Rose; Mi\ Gordon Bond; Mrs. Gord- 

Clarence Ne^on; Mrs. Clarence on Hond; Dorecn Bond; Lloyd 

Nelson; Bitty Green; Warren Bond; Gerald Bond; Donald 

Sedore; Bobby Stdore; Ivan So- Bond; 



dren; Mr. and Mrs. Alan Hop- 
kins and two children. 

EAST mviLLIMBUKY 
Morley Andrews. Mrs? Morley | 

Andrews; Hilda Andrews, Helen 
Andrews; Mr. Allan Balsdon; 

Mrs. Allan Balsdon: Lloyd Bals- 
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the blame. However, I feel that Whitby with Mrs. Lapp's uncle 
there is a real doubt as to wheth- and aunt, and' at -Brighton with 
er the accused man was guilty of jMr. Lapp's mother, before start- 
careless driving and the accused { !»Ji fo j'.?' , !8 ar y' 



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to m roinimuro. 

Com* In and g«t th» full stoty 
about thtJM ocononic«1, »a*y-to- 
insUll cooUcs. 



should receive the benefit of 
that doubt.". 
Crown Attorney Arleigh Ann- 



Pay Tribute To Paltcn 



William Sedore. 

MOUNT ALBLRT 



| Eves; William Eves: 



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Harold Farr; Mrs. Harold Fair; 



Mrs. Vera Weller, Rona'd We!-]Jimmie F&tt; Mr. Lindsay Farr; 

ler; Carol Johnson; Joyce John- i Mrs. Lindsay Farr; Betty Farr; 

«°n; Mrs. Marion Mitchell: Mr3.*BHcrby Farr: Ronald Farr: Bob 

The church was crowded Sun- ™m Harper and two boys; i Hammond; Mr. Bruce McNern; 

day morning, Juno 2D, when the Janet Fryer; Edna Dike; Mil- 1 Mrs. Bruce McNern; Gordon Me 




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ory and in honor of those who 

fell and who served lit the war 

of 1039-45, was presented by Loin 
whom he described As "a respon- Marritt, representative of thel " child; 

sible witness in a position to see I Canadian Girls in Training «roupi Mr. and Mrs. ( George Allison; 
everything that happened". Mag*! which, several years ago, collect- 1 Mlw Lee; Howard Morton's three 



stories of the two interested par- 
ties were discounted, there re- 
mained the evidence of Gage, 



ftml one child: Mrs. Gordon ! Nern: 

CfrcHin and three children; MrJ Mr, Glen Mfcks; Mrs. Glen 

MaeDonald ami * Micks; Carl Micks: Myra Micks; 

Mr. Cecil Mortson; Mrs. Cecil 
Mortson; Jimmie Mortson; Leon- 



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Belko was fined $25 and costs or 'Gordon Lapp received the crosi Broderick; Dorothy Shuttle- linn Mount; I 



ard Mortson; Betty Ann Mort- 



There*s none better produced of any make or at 

ANY PRICE! 

LATKST KTVf.lN(i-'l^-.»«l .1. %»,n> «i#- tlwiw approved *f m* 

eutfliM'i'r* for cmr*-"' ntt |«r*<«l»i< ll'io. 

SIAX!A1I'M S.\l KrV- liiilll to tU*- U\xU(»t utaniHrd* 94 »* 

ruhlicr iSUtllntry f«*r JircitiM Mtfiy at All wciU. 

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Says Car Clipped •-'"'./, 

Harold Gunn, Newmarket, j dedication. For the sermon Mr. 
testifieil that he had been driving j Lapp's text was that engraved 
on No. 11 hifthwsky south from) on the cross, "God . hath set the 
Bradford when a car driven by I world in their heart*'. 
William Ward had turned out to In the evening there 



pass him, had clipped .the rear 
end of his car and had then 
collided with a car coming from 
the -. other direction. Joseph 
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was a 
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Miss Ann Chantlcr, Toronto, Js 
visitinR her cousin, Mrs. Ethel 
Holborn. 

'Reserve July 23 for Keswick 
United church bazaar, garden 



Harry Clark, Toronto, testified party and program to be held 
that ho had been driving north oil the church lawn.: 
when Ward's car, corning from Miss Florence Waldon, Toronto, 
the" opposite direction, turned jvisited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 
out to pass Gunii. "Ward clip- 1 J- Waldon, over the weekend, 
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Clark's car. corroborated. Both 
said they had been injured. 
I Ward said he was a partner In 
|»n insulation firm and had driv- 
en over 300,000 miles but that this 
jwas his first tune in court. He 
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ijust south of Bradford and had 
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cause it did not have a tail 
light. He said that after the 
accident, the tail light and license 
plate of the ear could not be 



Miss Roslyn VanNorman fs 
taking a summer course in Tor- 
onto during the holidays. 

Mfss Olive Nile*. .Toronto, spent 
the weekend with her parents, 
Mr. and Mrs. T Niles. 



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Ralph Cupples and foui- children; iPc««: Mr. Stuart Ptimi Mrs. Slu- 
Kenneth and Neilson Case: Mrs, j art Pc«g: Bruce Peg«; Alvin 
Jack Crosier and om> child; Mrs, ;Pec«: Dale P«ett« 
Reg Willbee; Mrs. Donald Will-' Mrs. John Pctrie; Mr. Douglas 
bee; Mr. and Mrs. Don Wright: ! Pottage; Aubrey Pottage; Ronald 
Mrs. Keith Stokes and child; jPottage; Guy Pottage; Bobbie 

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Mr, - ami Mrs. T. J. Burns, New 
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the home of Mrs. Clayton Poguo 
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Mrs. Mortson and daughter, j 
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found. "When i was a few feet yjsited the formed sister, Mrs.} 
lawny I saw the car and swung «• J- Carr, and Mr, Carr for a 

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! Provfncial Constable T. II. Mr - and Mrs. Stanley liowbol- 
iCraitf testified thai he ' hftd to- tom aiul «««fihter ? Shirley, Tor- 



ventilated the accident and had 

been unable to find the tail light 

or license plate froiri Gunn's car. 

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onto, spent a few; days with Mr* 
HowbottonVs parents, Mr. and 
Mrs, F. Grant. 

Mr. W. D. Richardson visited 



accus<Hl had been drinklntj,'' hc! ,,is sis^rs.. Miss Mfiudv Itlctiard- 
^j,} (son and Miss Louise Richardson, 

V/'ard was convicted and fined Un Nfewnwrlecl m Sunday. 
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having liquor in their eura nnd}**3f; 
were fiiied $10 and costs and the 
liquor confiscated. Constables 
Aubrey Fleury, Win. Melbourne, 
Ivan fViUenden, Jack Lawrence 
and Ivan Pattenden l«id the res- 
nec-live charges, 

William Trent. Aurora, was 
convicted of causing a disturb- 
ance in the street at Aurora- by 
swearing and being drunk. 
Chief Constable Ffcihcr pitnliam 
said he had investigated a com- 
plaint that a group of men v/ero 
causing a disturbance. He said 
that v/hen he found the. group he 
told them to din per fie and go 
home and all but Trent had done 
so. "Trent became riblsy. bnd 
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to imr community. Mr. and Mr:* 
f.'has. Roberts and Mr, and Mr;; 
Oswald Addison and Wayne. 
Mr. Roberts is employed on W. 
IX" Hichardson's farm and Mr. 
Addison is assisting Mr. Clayton 
Pogiie. 

Mr. and Mm. Kd Hansom were 
holidaying at Whitcvale and 
Claremont last week. 

Mr. and Mi's. David Robinson, 

St. Petersburg Florida, and Mrs.. 
wicks, Preston Lake, visitfd 

the Sleeth familly for i\ few 

days recently.. ; "" • "" 

All those, who saw the moving 
picture at ^Wesley church Friday 
enjoyed it. and the good program. 
. Sunday guests of the Switxer 
family were: Mrs. J. A. I-edson, 
Mr. ami Mrs. 1^6 Ledson and 
son, David, Mr. and Mrs. Harold 
Ledson and baby daughter, Ann, 
Toronto. 

Two members of Wesley choir, 
Miss Audrey- Sproxton. pine 
Orchard, and Mr.' Gordon Mack- 
ey, Vandorf, were married by 
Hev. K. Mnddfo at the parsonaifo 
in Aurora on Saturday afternoon. 
Miss Gr.ice Sproxton and Mr. 
Cecil Mnckey. w^re; the attend- 
ants.. Their many friends extend 
best wishes. ... 

•Mrs. I.oy Cftrr-fs eiitcrtaining 
the ■bidie.'i of the community at 
a : baby . shower: for tho Wesley 
Women's Association , bazaar on 
WiHinifSday. afternoon. ' -\ 

Mrs. S.C. King and Miss Mar- 
ilyn Klhgi Mora Beach, visited 

Mr. and Mrs. II, A. SwiV/er a 
couple of days last week-' - _■ 

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Orange Lodge, men and women, 
and the boys and girls, from the 
True Dlup Orange Home attend- 
ed Wosley church on Sunday 
morning. ■ -^i":;^: :: :: 

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m» Mrs. Clias. tfeckford. sailed July 

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and house wiring 
Write to 
ROMBOUGII ELECTRIC 

Sutton West 
or phone Sutton 1S2 



Mrs. Aubrey Doanc spent last 'Hie results of the flower 
week with her parents, Mr. and' show at Mount Albert hardware 
Mrs. Robert Loughced, C.arks- on Thursday arc: collection of 

burg. Her nephew, V er no n peonies, Mrs. Steeper; mixed 

Bowhoy. returned with her to j floor bouquet, Miss B. Mormon, mfc .n,j .. * .. , 

epend a week of his holidays. Mr*. Steeper, Mrs. Price; collec- |P»rthday wishes wL extended 

Mr. ond Mrs. John King, Tor- lion of Sweet William, Mrs. H m 2JE*- , :~* ~ . , ■ fi 

Price, Mrs, Steeper, Miss B. Har- ^i^^tt^^^ H 

mon; bowl of roses, Miss Lcck, > e "» ft «»♦ ** ffiS *# 
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onto, arc spending their holidays 
with Mrs. King's father, Mr. Hoy 
Sharp, and with her sisters. 

The Glenvillc Ladies' Aid is 
holding its next mooting at the 
home of Mrs. Jim Faris, Yonge 
St., on Wednesday, July 16. 



Miss B. Harmon. 

Misses Florence and Gladys 

Brooks left on Tuesday for a 

holiday at Kapuskasing with Mr. 

and Mrs. T. Mather. 

Miss Florence Bain, who has 

Kpri f PRY keen holidaying at her old home 

1- m Scott, has returned to her 

■•- t" l *■« * • • position at Moose factory on 

Miss Freda Clarkson, Lansing, ■ r~ m « c n- v 7 





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Fre^ estimates 

General repairs 

DOUG BAIN 

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REPAIR PARTS AND 

ACCESSORIES IN STOCK 

FORD AND EXIDE BATTERIES 

TRACTOR OAS 

Repairs on all makes of ears 



Phone 409j P.O. Box 390 

ELMEK R. TAKE 
Ex-Navy Man 

Electrical Contracting 

. Wiring and Repairs 
Appliances and Fixtures 

AURORA ONTARIO 



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^L 5S? 1 ! McQuarr ^ SS?I A mfe^lloncotw shower was 
.Sunday night supper with Mr. ho | (1 

r.nd Mrs. Frank Curtis. 



three years old on Friday, July 4. 

Edgar Fitdey, Newmarket, five 
years old on Friday, July 4r ^| 

l^ouise Pcgg, Holt, 13 years old! 
on Friday, July 4, 

Carman Leppard, Holt, 14 years 
old on Friday* July 4. - Jjf 

Jack Hopkins, Holt, ten years 
old on Wednesday, July 9. 

Karl King, Ra venshoe, two 



)M on Thursdny evening torl'^g?.. Skfit^Vt^uS^i 

i««! Dorolhv Hni!i.«nn n» ♦hr. Margaret Kulh Wilkinson, 
| Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McEldon, £& 77k J?i" Thornnso! : Sharon « 8,x - VMrs oM on Wfdne* 
Toronto, spcnl the weekend with ' 222 ^^^^^ T, S2SHii*W*#* 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmidt. »2S Wl« « ?< .' t0 " bC mc5vtd Walte? Maries. Holl, 13 y« 



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'fiUfPfi? ?i- l,to « fa Pcn A^ e ! Mr. Alvin Harding has loft Cor j 0, *L n " Th ^&. |a, L Wi t 

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PLANT • 

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Delivered or at bin 



weekend with Miss Betty Web- it,:.. i lrtmrt -„-- 

inis iiome near »«. -..«, - ,. w<*v« . — , - 

&lcr " when school onrns airafn will fo I ■»•*** old on Tuesday, July %. 

Mr. and Mrs. John Ttfnkamp'Khinl Vp3SSltf^&^S£l ,ohn * Brccn ' O^^ville, 14 

V^JS^S D S iiore VU1C ^tffWShW years old on Thursday, July 10. 

Mr. and Mrs. D. Hare. jr nrt u: c C |*,, «_ tr^-ii v>i * 

Mr. and Mrs. Oeorg'e Hcacock. J£, wteh Sm 



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and birthday and become a mem- 




Newmarket, and Mr and Mrs.k, ' w ' " JI? ^ "cry success in ( bejl of ^^ Erfl amJ Bxprc8t 

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Rodney. 



Miss Mary Wassink attended muu v.'ui- /.^;k. ■., w .„ 
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day where she was soloist «»ndj € j W . ' 



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Keswick, Ontario 

Livestock Trucking, General 

Cartage 

Dealer m Coal, Coke and 

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Phone; Roche's Pt. 91r21 



spent the weekend with Miss 
Eileen Nixon, Toronto. 

Mrs, Win. Little, Toronto, 
spent the weekend with Mr. and 
Mrs. John Little. . 

Miss Huldah Ciiil and brother, 
Johnnie, spent a few days at 
Pclcrboro last week with their 
aunt, Mrs. Ilicky. -. 

Mr. and Mrs. John Little ?.pent 
last Friday in Toronto visiting 
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Little. 



Mr. and Mrs. T. Watts and 
children of Newmarket are stay- 



day, Aug. 7, at the home of Mrs.) 

W. Reid. - 
Mr. and Mrs. Dick White, Myn- 

ford, spent the weekend with 
Mr. and Mrs. Ray McClure. 
Mrs. Mabel McCallum and 



ing at the home of Mrs. Watts'! Mr. Ross McCallum, Toronto, 
sisters, the Misses Brooks. were calling on friends last week. 

Mr. and Mrs. Morley Rowland 
and daughter of Vancouver were 
guests on Thursday at the home 
of Mr. and Mrs. Thcake.\ 

The Horticultural meeting on 



Misses Annie And Lily Laven- 
der, Toronto, were recent guests 
of Mrs. G. P. Wood and Mrs. A. 

Lloyd. 
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Thursday made final arrange- jard Lehman arc making good 
ments for their fall flower show ! progress building new homes. 



Mr. find Mrs. Isaac Hall, Mr. 
and Mrs. Sherman Hall and sons 
from Alliston spent Sunday with 
Mrs. T. Laws. 

Congratulations to Mr. and 
Mrs. Etalph Holborn on the birth 
of a daughter. 

Mr. and Mrs. Simpson are 
spending a few days with Mrs. 
Geo. Sawford. 

The W.A. will hold its month- 
ly supper on Wednesday, July 16. 
The W.M.R. will also meet at the 
church the same afternoon at 
2.30 p.m. 

Our new minister, Rev. Brown, 
delivered a fine message on Sun- 
day afternoon. 



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The regular meeting of the 
Hobby club will be held at the 
home of Mrs. A. Dike on Tues- 
day, July 15. Roll-call will be 
My Idea of a Perfect Day. 




Lunch committee, Mrs. G. Bark- 
er, Mrs. M. Hall, Mrs. J. Pctric at Jackson's Point on Wednesday. 



whfch will be held on Thursday, 
Aug. 31. 

Dike Picnle 

The 28th annual picnic of the 
Dike family was held July 1 at 
the park in Mount Albert. 
There were members of the fam- 
ily from Toronto, Markham, Ux- 
bridge. Fcnelon Falls, Stayner, 
Sharon, Pfno Orchard and Aur- 
ora. With those in and around 
Mount Albert, there were about 
70 persons in all. After a sump- 
tuous dinner, tennis and baseball 
were played by the grown loiks 
while fiie children enjoyed the 
swings, slides and teeters. Later 
in the afternoon, races and 
stunts for all ages were conduct- 
ed. Then it was time for the 
grand picnic supper which all 
were ready for. Everyone en- 
joyed the picnic in the park and 
decided to come hack to ft again 
next year for their gathering. 

Mrs. J. W. Widdificld, Fenelon 
Falls, and Miss Annie Dike. Aiir- 
<ra, called on Mrs. QuibeM, Sr„ 
on Tuesday afternoon. 

Sunday-school Picnic 

The United church Sunday- 
school will hold lis annual picnic 



Mrs. Byers and Ruth, Toronto, 
were recent guests of Mr. and 
Mrs. Rae McClure. 



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over are saving vauable time in 
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by using milking machines. H 
you are the fortunate owner oi 
a McCormick-Deering Milker, 
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U you need a new milker, ask 
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19 Italian St. 
Expert Piano Tuner and 

Repairer 

Pianos Bought, Sold and 

Rented 

Phone 270 



FAMILY GROUP PLAN 
HOUSEWIFE PLAN 
CHILDREN'S PLAN 

ASK FOR DETAILS 

BILL MclNTYRE 

Phone 470w 
:< Main St.. Newmarket 




July 23. All arc invited. Next 
Sunday at 2.30 the annual 
decoration service at Mount Al- 
bert cemetery will beheld when 
Rev. W. If. Burgess and Rev. 
Giahame Reeve will be guest 
speakers. 

Mr. and Mrs, Robt Harmon,! 
Parry Sound, were guests this 
week at the htHtw of Miss B. 
Harmon. 

Miss May Shoult/. and Miss 
Etta Stoke? spent the weekend 
with Mrs. W. D. Slokes. 

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Pearson. 
Kitchener, .w«Te in town ov*r 

the weekend. 



Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davidson. 
Lcvnck, who have been holiday* 
ing at Mr. Robt. Davidson's, re- j 
turned home on July 1. 

Mrs. Win. Mercer, Toronto, is 
visiting at the home of Mrs. 
E. Yorke. 

Mr. Bernard and Robt. David- 
fon spent Saturday at Lake Dal- 
ryrnple. 

Miss Isnhclle Moulds spent 
Sunday at home with Mr. and 
Mrs. Wm. Moulds. 

Mr. and Mrs. B. Davidson and' 
Mrs. Yorke and Claude spent last 
Sunday at Agincourt at the home 
of Mr. H. Elliot. 

Next Sunday, July 1.% com- 
munion- will he bold in Mount 
Pleasant church at 3 p.m. Rev. 
McClcllan,. Toronto, will conduct 
the service. - \ 

On July 24, the Mount Pleasant 
Women's Guild will hold a baz- 
aar and tea on the lawn of Mrs. 
Colson Cameron's home. Pine 
Reach, j 

On Tuesday, July 15, the Wo- 
men's Guild will meet at the 
home of Mrs. Lloyd Stiles at 2.30 

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yisited Mr: and Mrs. Elmer Pratt, 
Minrsin^, recently. 
^Miss Phyllis White, Toronto, 
spent the weekend with Mr. and 
Mrs. Wesley Lundy... 

John (table, Newmarket, visit- 
ed Don Sheridan last week. 

Mr. and Mrs. 1L V. Armit«U'c, 
Toronto, spent the weekend with 
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Armitage., 

The Young People will meet 

•at the school Friday evening at 

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jlhc home of Mrs. G. P. Wood and I . ■ . 

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Repairs and Alterations 

Cupboards Built 

Furniture Hepaired 

Cabinet Maker 

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Head Office, Toronto 
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Farms and Small Aercngea 

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!ile«ic points. At Alfred Lewis' service .station, first aid lessons are 
twin* taught by parol officer Bob Madden, fie demonstrates a head bandage on Mrs. Alf- 
red Lewis. Wachinj,' are Russell Somorvilte.Keir Winsterslein, George Stephens, Alfred 

l/QWij..M«.s. Bertha Chappelle and Mrs. Irene Wi},:un. A first aid jH>st is maintained by 

Mr. Lewis a his service station at Yonjfe and and tingle Sl.s. 



By AB HULSE 
A SPORTS NEWS "DAGWOOD" 

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With a pickle In the middle and mustard on top. wo give you 
n quick summary of the sporting scene from hither and yon: 
Flash! Flash? 

Stouffville: A bonus for every four-bogtfer smashed out in the 
local baseball pasture is provided by Shine Davb, former head 
umpire of the old trl-county cfrcult. Shine provides n flat 50 tot fans 
plus a dc luxe cleaning job done the Davis way. 

Zephyr: The roster of players for the Lake Simcoe circuit foils 
to show the name of Joint McComb. The league executive ruled 
out the last game McComb played. Actually Joint has his funii- 
ore stored .for* and regards Zephyr as home. What is puz/.iing | 

SSLffSfS how W'" ow B r ach can 8ct away with bring-in players 
from Sutton and other points, housing them over night or provid- 
ing them with a free cabin and then, calling them residents 

• . ! * ,,dla J?. d:T " L, | a 0ll * n VV|U do lhci «- trnining in Midland this 
winter. The Tulsa team is no longer affiliated with the Toronto 
Leafs, in fuel with the exception of Scotty Mair, Dean McBrido and 
one or two more the club is on its own. Mair and the oilier Leaf 

TkSmtSS i^J l ° l « C T ° ron, ° P rc " tral "'ng season school. 
Thc> 11 likely go down to Pittsburgh. Billy Wilson, ex-Newmarket 

boy and Aurora junior, is expected back with the Oilers. 

Aurora: A mighty smart four-team men's Softball tournament will 

iulv W OrmT dl »« Legi °,1 Hm 1*1 ■>■* ** bc ™ "SB for 
July 19 Orillia Legion, with one of the fastest clubs in intermedi- 

£j? «r S ' N h e * raark , e r . t Vets of ,h * North Yonge circuit. Sports- 
man s Branch from Toronto, which features among other lumin- 
aries Juulor Wright of Beaches league fame and Johnny Callanan. 

ex-Newmarkcl camp beauty, and a strengthened Aurora loam 



will battle it out for 
handle the umpiring 



the lop prizes. 

so there'll be no 



Some*,. Lansing, will again w7nnin« „i i' 



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Bradford: When orchids 



JOHN COWSON SCOWS 
SIHGUS TRIUMPH 

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Aurora— Johnny Coulson. Au- 
rora, veteran of World War II, 
and onco one of the outstanding 
oarsmen in the world, scored a 
popular triumph on Dominion 
Day in Toronto waters. After an 
absence of six years from com- 
petition. Johnny, who is helping 
to re-establish the burned out 
Argonaut Rowing Club, won the 
quarter-mile dash in the singles 
with a scorching display of form 
over the Centre Island regatta 
course. Nunn. a cluhmnte was 
second and Piatt of Don* third. 
Mr. Coulson is expected to com- 
pete in the Canadian Henley this 
month at Port Dalhousie. 

VETS DEFEAT NEIGHBORS 
TO WIN TOURNAMENT 

Newmarket Vets defeated Au- 
rora 7-4 in the finals to take the 
Dominion Day softball tourna- 
ment at Newmarket. Newmar- 
ket gained a four-run first in- 
ning lead, only to have Aurora 
eoine back and tie the count. The 

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Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McLcod 
end boys of Detroit spent the 
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Fred 
McLcod. 

Miss Butte Davis. Toronto, Mrs. 
L. Knowlcs ar.d Mr. Gordon 
Knowlcs, Barries and Mr. Herb 
Kershaw. Orillia. spent the 
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. E.s 
R. Fry. | 

Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Hunter and 
boys of Concord visited Mrs. 
Wreggit and Mr. and Mrs. H. 
Moss on Sunday. 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shaw 
spent the weekend in Orillia 
with Mr. and Mrs. Murray Hut- 
ledge. 

Mrs. Smith and children, Mrs. 
Robertson and Graham, all of 
loronto, are spending a week 
with Mr. and Mrs. Newroth and 

family. 

Mr. John Salter. Yonge St. 
visited Mrs. M. B. Kitelcy on 
Sunday. • 

; Mr. and Mrs. Chris Jones and 
Master Gary Knowles spent last 
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The King family picnic was 
held hi the park on July 1 wiUi 
a good attendance of the family. 

Mr. oud Mrs. Vernon Arm- 
strong. Toronto, were weekend 
guests of Mrs. Armstrong's par- 
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Oliver, 
Sr. 

Dr. and Mrs. W. I,. Carruthcrs ^ 
and Ann spent the weekend at 
Kawarlha Lakes. Mrs. Mcllroy, 

Vancouver. is Visltftig her sister. : o; 
Mrs. W. L. Carruthcrs. 

Mrs. W^ W. Shields. Toronto, is t* 
visiting her sister, Mrs. W. H. ' 

Thompson. 

The W.M.S. of the United0 : 
church held its meeting on Mon- $ 
day evening at the home of Mrs!: V 
It, Pearson. The ladies have a 2 
supply of sewing to do whichli- 
will be used as hospital supplies • * 
in the aid to China work, 1M 

Rev. and Mrs. W. \\. Burgessil 
expect to leave on Sunday night IT 
for a trip to Vancouver and up 
the coast to Queen Charlotte Is#f 
lands to visit their son. Dr. Geo. 
Burgess, who b in a United 



Mrs. D. Wilson has her grand- ch i!tf cl1 mission hospital thero. 

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daughter from Mona Mills visit- X*" 
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rain over the weekend haiii 
a great deal of good as 



Newmarket I j nnin g, orrors ^^ ri . Sf>0IKsi | )|p 

was credited with 
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Mid Mrs. Fred Weddel and Mr., 
and Mrs. Levi Weddel. 

Mrs. Jones. Annie and Mildred j 
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so occupied with thoughts and ff«. hA . i w l ° ,JCnt 'i to lo , w,n « « # ' 

plons for Uio intcr.or of our new '^ her ^'"f^* * h ™. "J«* *1 b f2*T. ° f 
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I is the schedule for ivi ? Vs Premier outfielder. Bud Kashner, Len Chappel and others 
c* of July: Thursday, * foll J!* 1,ke lur >' m !>»>suit of the mushball honors. In the inter- 
section, still fugitives from the wheel chair are 



ings are forgotten. Then when 
we have moved in and got tilings 
straightened away to our liking 
we look around outside. If the 
ground has been levelled off we 
find the poor, heavy clay sub- 
soil on top and even weeds won't 
grow well. It takes years to get 
this in good co 



rnational Wood vs. 
hard to capture the trophy. j Davis Leather; Monday, July 14, 
The play-off schedule and Davis Leather vs. Office Special- 
league standing will be published j ly; Thursday. July 17, Interna- 
next week. Teams play-off in : tional Wood vs. Hoffman's; Mon- 

each section with first toam VS. (day, July 21. Hoffman's vs. Davis ; board turned down the suggestion of artificial Tee for "the arena 
Ihird and second team vs. fourth. Leather; Thursday, July 24, which is owned by the board. Guess the hockey fans of the dis- 
horn* and home games, best two; Office Specialty vs. International* 1 "* will have to follow th<ir favorites to Oshawa and other points 
of Uire<? * | Wood; Monday, July 28, lioff- »nce again. The price did it so far as the board was concerned 

Meanwhile, keeping in shape for hockey, the Millionaires are 



mediate aimuu. sun lugmves irotn the Wheel chair are Wes 
I ciry, Ivan Gracey, Morley Schandlen, Charlie Miles. Nobodv just 

T £ mS /u? lV n0W . Whca " mst 0| the ,ads start ^ Play»n« softball. 
Like Old Man River, they just keep rolling along. 

Markham: In secret session, the directors of Markham fair 



undit:on % for plant 1 . The re »» ain(k '« '>f the schedule man's vs. International Wood; 
ittle fore-thought \ iS: w --" ., .Thursday July 31. Office Sped- 



growth. A litti,. .,«v- M . V M to M* ; v .. ., .. 

will save a lot of delay, disap- . Pil(c/t . /"WJ Se l c "°" 1 4 alty 

polntnient and hard work. Be ^'ft * Sharon at 

there when the excavators are ^onsville; V/edr.esday, July Ifi. 



vs. Davis Leather. 



Mount Albert at Pino Orchard; 
Friday, July 18, Pino Orchard at 
Sharon; Tucs d a y, July 22. 



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they keep the good top soil sep- 
arate. HttV 

handy spot. *«.. «v „«? v«u »* t c„..th «^«i A « 

your lot. Then if any soil has to ; -™* Section 

be taken away it will be subsoil. L.,1" *V i i , K °V?"£ **}> 

Zephyr; iuesday, July 15. Raid* 

When the building has been !**•»» «t Willow Beach: Friday,; 

completed and the lot leveled, {July 18. Zephyr at Keswick. 

you can spread your good top soil 



and everything will be ready to j 
start on your garden plans. Aj 
:■;"..•.• liberal supply of sand and well 
rotted manure mixed in with the 



PKKK M-SSONS 



MJXKD TtVIMGIIT .MATCH 

There will lie a mixed twi- 
light bowling tournament at 
. (he Newmarket greeiw to- 
night, commencing promptly 
at 7 p.m. All bowlers arc 
invited to enjoy this pleas- 
ant evening together. 



SCOUK 18 



JONES. ROSE KNOCK 
ON TOURNAMENT DOOR 

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— 

Allan "Whitoy" Jones and Karl 
u Uvi\" Rose just about upset the 
apple cart but i n any event 
knocked on iho door of the hall 
of fame last Thursday as they 
finished third 



scattered around the Markham twp. softball league. ^"Teague hlT™" MMra Ul U,c Ontario 
lending Ruttonvillo team has Nick and Hob Ilangav, Jackie Wat- Ui l 
son. trainer Bill Hood, as well as Jack Humney of the Square hjTZ 
juniors. Markham town has Hob Lawrie and ex-playei Vic 
jMeharg along with juniors Brown, Snowball, and Defelt, Murk* 



lor best ball golf tournament 
the Summit club. The Aurora 
mi perform at the High- 
lands, scored a combined 74 
score to lake down third honors 



HOLLAND LANDING 'f"! y u z& Mr ; *»wfi 9*3% 

ihome. All are invited. * 

i A farewell p;irty was held on 

Junior room promotions; grade ' Jllllc# -' 'or Miss Maud Fairbain 
Hi to IV: Patricia Maukonen a »d Mr- Will Fairbain. They 
(It); Shirley Bvllar (H); Joan ?*» presented with an electric 
Simpkiii; John Ellis; Glen Bel- [lanip and a table. 
lar; John Moffatt; George Foster;- Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stickwoo<l 
Bob Miller; and family visited Mr. and Mrs 

Grade II to III: Grant Kitching Haymond Stickwood. Clareinoril^ 
(II); Jacqueline White (II); Lar-j°» Sunday afternoon. p 

ry Randall; Joyce Miller; Mr. and Mrs. Stewart St'ck-^ 

Ross Foster, Bill Belter; Vcrna: w <>°d attended an Orange ser 
Drake; Billy Holly; Mabel Mil*} vice at Pottageville on Sunday 
ler: Ivan Moffatt; Florence Bet*! Morning. >?; 

lar; Ronnie Foster. j Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stickwood 

Grade I to II II: Bruce Thomp-jbad supper on Sunday with Mr 
son (II); Kenneth Downs (ll)f}*iul Mrs. Donald Stickwood 
Peter Davy (II); Jimmie Moran | Mr. Bobby Roberts spent hist 
(II); Harold Foster (II); [week with his mother at Miami 

Billy Bellar; Joseph Kearns; ; Beach. 
Geraldiue White; Margaret Mof- ] Members of the Newmarket 
fait; Raymond Greenwood. ;Free Metho<list .church gathered 

tirade I lo II A: Johnnie Mil- at the home of Mr. Howard Pegg 
ler; Archie Miller; (teacher. j«n June 20 and gave a mlscel- 
Rhena M. Appleton). :laneous shower for Miss Clemens 

Senior room promotions: grade Pegg. 

VII to VIII: Kileen Bellar (II); j 

Karen Shuhert (II); Hilda Foster : i>t a aoa vi-T-trt » t r» 
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Keith Davis, well-known ten- ] AlWlrftW Murdison and Stanley 
nis expert in Newmarket and '' J f,,M «s won their thum games at 
W :lop fc-W 'inches of the sul^oii'wili «**»» .will be at the Newinar -' Allundclo bowling gwons with 

& make for improvement. Don't bc!f c J imi1 ^strict, will he at Uurl stw,<? of H 

k«rt tennis courts every; 

Saturday morning during the j • - 



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in a hurry to start your lawn. 

Concentrate the? first summer on bl . _ . , 

killing off the weeds as the seed "J i a Ju . y iM f tw,M ; n WJW and 

1 1.40 a.m. to give free lesson.'; 



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germinates. Then by late Sep- 
tember or October you can sow 
your gras> need with the assur- 
ance your lawn will be reason- 
ably free of weeds. 

Seed sown at this time gets off 
to a good start in the moist, cool 
weather, ready to go abend the 
following spiiug. Beforo the hot 
sun of the following rummer you 
will have a beautiful lawn, able 
to withstand a reasonable amount 



and pointers to 

ago. 



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; ability performing in the league. At least four clubs have a better ^^^m^A^^wS^'^L 

than even chance of winning the league on their showing to date, working out on the Aurora nine- 

Newmarket: The $«4 question of when is the Newmarket \ hole course. They stamped 

junior baseball club going lo hit its stride remains to be answered. ! themselves as ready fur bigger 

•On paper coach George Haskett has a powerhouse aggregation that jwmpelilioii. 

should be leading the league! Actually they line the league cellar! 

jand have looked far from the learn that dominated the (iisUict last j 

| year. Over confidence plus failure lo turn out for practices 

, regularly is hurting the play of one or two on the squad. Others 

North V<«* r ..,« , i. !luc im } Paving indifferent ball Perhaps the boys are saving 

I teae£tJ!f«i^. i*?* -1 »«**•«* tar the play-off; but the nine belle, get cracking hefoie 

\MhW teams were enjoying a old Simon Legrce Haskett gels the bull whip from the attic. 



liy GEO. IIASKKTT, JU. 



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j rest last week because of the holi- ■ 
days in ihe diffe 



FORMER AURORA JR. 
DIES IN TORONTO 



Spoil fans throughout the dis- 



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(II); Goraldirie Foster (II); Mil*! The Bogarttown Women's Ih-v| 

dred Drake; Edward West: Bfll-istitute will meet on Tuesday, 
ie Kearns (R). ■ July 15, at the home of 1 -^' 1 

Grade V lo VI: Jovco Booth; i Jack Preston. 
Grace I<epard; Hilda West: Frank I Mr. Jonas Shepherd 
Atkinson; Fred Hell: Karl ! Ibo camp meeting at 
Kearns; Howard Drake: Mickey ! OVc| " the weekend. 
Kearns; i Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hunt had ^ 

Nancy White; ftu&'ell FosterJ Suml < J >' tv:t at tJ,c ' '«'»'»«' of Mr.-: 
Shirley West; Kfsie Mitchell: s ^» Milchell. 

Tlie Willing Workers' meeting-; 

was well attended Wednesday at ; "; 

home of Mrs. Wood and Mrs. 

*d. A t|iifn was completed 

the mission box. Afcr Ihe 
ttional and business part of 
meeting, a picnic lunch was . 
njoyed by all present. : 

rr Reunion 
Bi It tain, prineipat). j On July I. at the horn..- of Mrs. - 

[Kslher Haw tin and Arthur Starr, 
III Starr reunion was held. Tliose;-; 
j present included: Mrs. Albert K. 7? 
! Starr. Mrs. J. D. Rowland. Now- ^ 
i market: Mr. and Mrs. M. D. ^ 
[Rowland and Moreen, Vancouver, 



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Wins Four Prizes 
Congratulations 




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For those who have established 
gardens this Is the time of year 
^ when plants appeciate cool, moist 
1$; soil. To supply this a mulch isj 
advisable. After a rain or :■ good 
.water fng. go over the Aground 
with your cultivator ami get a 
thin layer of loose soil. On top 



h*st place 

follows: 



The standing is as 



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SATURDAY FOR tll#F* 

I Newmarket 

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Newmarket — Thirteen mem- 
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arket I*oy Pwlur« games are: Friday, July 
r for eiimni 1 "* Sloulfvillc al Newjuarket; 






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of this a two or three inch layer Scouts leave Saturday for Camp, 

of manure, peat moss, straw "riSamae, near Oshawa, for a week; Monday - ***** H, Stouffville at 

grass clippings wil conserve the] of camping. They 'will be ac-i Aurora; Wednesday, July tU, 

moisture ami the results wi ,n " , K , ,.... . /4 .. „ . 01 

pleasant, as the plants show 
appreciation. 



Ill bejeompanied by the scoutmaster, ^wmarket at Stouffville. 
tbnir 1 Alfred Peel, and Mrs. Peel. Mr* L Second sackcr Grant Blight 
land Mrs. Peel will see the boys'!" 1 "* thc bitting parade for the 



of writing by Hie racing xolons in the mystery race horse case. It 
appears quite certain that owner Norman lleise is in the clear aud 
that an honest mistake was made when WllHcgivit, a four-year-old 
filly, was sent to the post as its full sister, three-year-old Fifty- 
seven. Tin; fault,. if any. rests with its trainers. It is thought, 
{however, thai ifs all an honest mistake and that the fault occurred 
when the two hoists, who are as alike as two poas, were returned 
from Maryland to the stables of trainer Doc Hodgson who was 
handling the horses for the first time, and a stability led them 
into the wrong box stalls. It was Mr. Heise who drew the attention 
of the stewards to the incident which occurred, it is suspected, at 
least four times with Wiliiegivil being sont to the post as Fifty- 
seveu and vice versa. The racing fans luiv« 



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boyL 

1 settled and return to Newmur- "edmen. Figures show Wight 

tkei after the weekend Camp; J**ste * Ml average followed by 

Samac, a scout eainp, Is under b«? teammate Pee Wee Ruttedge 

the direction of Commissioner,^ 11 ? tt ' 357 average. The team 

Harwood, Toronto. ,hit!mg is; 

Attending the camp 






Woss, 



are 1-ornc 
Ivan ttray, Don Hrice, 



Wight, Sb 



At Rat Hits Av. 
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two years. Gumming 

Aurora with Frank Miehanfuk!p ai ifie coast. 

and **Ued"* Welsh in 1039 and the j m, s . p e rcy Roag lias math 

year following brought Gordy ritarl on \ m IU . W | 10tls e; 

Brennan. Jimmy Lowe and Jack M rs . R a v m o n d Huntlcv 



; Thompson and little Donna, 
Aurora: Mr. and Mrs. W. Cook 



Curtis to play with the Aurora 
team. 

More- notable than his hockey 
career was his football career., 
He played senior O.R.F.U. with j 
Oak wood fudians and Ottawa j 
Trojans and with weak teams j 
was a standout performer, pass- } :i 



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home from I,ond«m. 



KESWICK 



vice versa. Tlie racing fans have a right to beef as the 

stewards as well as Others should have noticed the mistake if on ling up chances to play with ! Holborns. 
their toes. Far from a sinister incident, St looks tike one for Mr. {stronger teams through loyalty to| M 1 *- Mut 
"* " * ' "' * ther spent 

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Miss Ann ChantKr, T«nonto. is 
l*uesl of hei cousin. Mrs. Will 



Ripley's believe it or not column. A full statement should be issued {hi* elubmates. 
soon. 



ro Mann and his nu 
July I holiday wi\ 



and son. Ralph. Mr. and Mrs. V. ^ 

, Raven and children. Toronto. Mr. §• 

and Mrs. A. Colvtlle and Mr. and^ 

Mrs. A. Jewitt and Robert, Ket- ^ 
;.tleby. .r 

Mr. au<( Mrs. Alfred Cope ondH| 
Donald. Rachel and Ksther, Col- 
umbiana. Ohio, left on Monday^J 
for their home after spending a 
| week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ^ 
i- j Khner Starr. . J ^ 






Woudhrldse: 



A v luglcwood 
tlio rest of the North York 
boys, who play their Iton 



j Gumming gov*, all he had to U^ «** fti,nds m SuUo11 ant, J 
d appears to have too much class fori whatever sport he participated ft» { Koat\vtoK. j 

! senior B boxla loop. Vhe Peel County and played clean aud hard, tie Mrs. Alf. ^<™*n, ^ronttv i^; 
ie games at Orangevitle. are away outlPbiced team play above individ-ii' ,s, V nu lKT s,sl01 - Mrs WW 




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in front and undefeated. Maple is in second place, Woodbridge j»«l advantage. 

in third and Combines bring up tlie rear. If any team can slop' A wreath was forwarded by. , f ., ... , - f 

11 4D7jlnglewood. it appears likley to be Maple. Hill Cox and the hoys ofJKwarl Pinder. Andy Ctoss. Bert If 011 wwl tmt *** Su ™«, nnd Mi. 



Davisxm. 
Mr. and 



Mrs. Charlie Andei* 



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Aurora— Boy Scouts and Cubs 
held a weiner roast and camp- 
fire recently on Mayor Ross 
Linton's property. The occasion 
was marked by the formal pre- 
sentation of the charter to the 
now group committee which is 
£,.*_ sponsored by Aurora Branch 
Canadian I-cglon. District Scout 
Master Garfield Hooper of Tor- 
onto, representing Commissioner 

vVi Ifarwood. made the formal pres* 
JV : " entatlon which was accepted by 
S^ second Vico - President I^slte 
'fr Steadman of the Aurora Ix'glon. 
h ■■■ Members of the group commit- 
t; leg. including Claude White, Wil- 
r'- : Uarh Had field, Dawson Drown, 
\:-z John Crabtree (secretary), and 
? •; Robert Hodgkinson ( chairman), 
f>p were Introduced to tlie boys. 
fc:V : From July 12 to July 19 seven 



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PLAIN AND KOCKFACK 



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Stan Winger leads in the Babe 
Ruth department with two horn* 
ers. Right fielder Molts Thorns 
and catcher Stan Winger are lied 
fur the most two-base hits with 
three each. 

Grant Wight has crossed the 
plate with the most runs, chalk- 
ing up 11, followed by short stop 
Jim Rutledge and centre fielder 
Tommy McHale with eight each. 
Stan Winger has batted In the 



flocking to the games in increasing numbers. Lacrosse is indeed 
(ultimate in having leaders tike Kaufman. Rowntrce and Cox to 
give the driving fore* to a successful effort. 



hive sisters and one brother. * 2J1A^ "? 
, {guests at "KIintToft . 



^yijoy» from the Aurora troop will B 

p^.^rt Camp Samac. at Oshawa. | ggggg=^g ^ ■ —m ost runs, drivmg in 12, Grant ; 



Blight and Jim Rutledge giving 
him n close run of it with eight 
each. Tommy McHale and Stan 
Winger have been issued the most 
free tickets to first base by the 
opposing moundsmen, each* hav- 
ing five. 

Ken Broughton heads the pitch- 
ing department with one win and 
no losses on the record against 
him. Hill Hopper and Don 
"Bowler'* Brown are right on his 
heels with ono win and one loss 
against them, 









Geo. Smith will bring his 



NORTH YONGK LKAGIIK 

. .- ,. * - All four teams in the North 

league leading Stouffville nil*) Y*nge softball league will take 
into town Friday to take on Iho pan in the group play-offs In a 
jumpr Hcdmen. Bill Hopper will hest of three semi-final round, 
likely take the mound for the First and third ami second and 
local forces and try to chalk up fourth teams will meet. The fin- 
his second win. 

Camp Borden R.C.A.F. inter- 
mediate club will play the local 
juniors In an exhibition contest 
early next week, in all probabil- 
ity on Monday evening. Barrio 
is also slated for an exhibition 
conlest in the near future, 



WORK BOOTS 

Mr. 

Farmer 

YOU CAN^I 
SAVE 

10 to IS ^ 

pur- -,Mg 
chasing 5: 
Men's and Boys* Work Boots ;^ 

CUFF INSI.KVS 5?W 
Men's and Boys* Store 




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als will be a best of five series. 
The schedule for the balance of 
the season is: 

Tuesday, July a. Aurora at 
Langstaff, Richmond Hill at 
Newmarket: Friday, July 
Newmarket 
nt Richom 



I5 t Aurora at Newmarket: Rich- 
mond Hilt at Langstaff; Friday. 
July 18. Newmarket at Lang- 
staff; Richmond Hill at Aurora; 
Tuesday. July 22, Langstaff M 
Newmarket, Aurora at Richmond 
Hill; Friday, July 25. Langstaff 
at Aurora, Newmarket at Rich- 
mond Hill. 



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Pat; 



Tm Irish and proud of 

fond of 



at Aurora: Langstaff (Donald: 'Tm Scotch and fond ol 
Hill; Tuesday, July it." 




Inslcy^s store has-iiiap 
dreds of pairs of shoes^ 
for men and boys. No 
wonder I n s I e y ' s styio 3 
leader store has such 



shoe business year after ^ 
year! This store :is r f 
properly merchandised 
and. priced correctly ^f