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Acton Free Press (Acton, ON), 25 Feb 1937, p. 8

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page eight the acton free press thursday febjiuahy 25th j037 notices ol dlrthk mairugea nd deflt re insetted in ttii column without cltrae in meraorlam notices yx nd ioc per 1u additional or poetry boon huston at oraco hospital detroit jtfich on wednesday february 10th 1037 to mr and mrs huston nee martha wilson daughter all ann xna died leatham at the homo no cres cent street acton ontario on fri day february 10th 1037 bernard leathorn beloved son or etta and thomas leathom in his 15th year simpson at his lato residence 171 bcaconsflcld avenue toronto on thursday february lath 1037 nor rlsh simpson husband of the lato sarah milennon and father of ethel slmpaon in hu eightieth yqv ocals this is the last week ot february good friday is just four weeks from tomorrow the sriowplows have had ft vet slack season thbi winter the flu und various kinds of coldi ore all together too prevalent received nice bundle of pupei from actonlurut holidaying florida if the rain thly winter hud been biiow what splendid skiing there would have butrii flooded biuementi were quite the common thing on sunday when the heavy ruins came big crow da good prices and brisk bidding are the report from the farm auction riiled these daya there were days during tho month that hud resemblance of winter but they were not numerous the business mcnv class at tlio are liavlng quite lot of fun in tho gym each wednesday evening hot cross buns used to be reserved for easter now they are offered for talc at the beginning of lent iouelph will have tax rate of 5075 for public school tiupporberr und 54 73 for separau school iiupporters william homer of guelph sustain ed tt broken back when he fell on ice und tumbled down flight of steps toronto is likely to have an in creased tax rate they figure it cut decimals down there and holler in big way word has been received by mrs crog of the safe arrival in england of mr cross who left acton couple of ueekr ago the womens institute held well ixmnded evening of kcno at the on monday in old of their building fund seventeen prizes were won by the various players weekly newspaper editors of on tario und quebec will hold conven tion in london on april 0th and 10th and ulll also visit premier hepburn fnrm near st thomas streamlined snowmobile mits john wixjlmott milton after lengthy illness mrs john wlllmott died at her home in milton in her 78th year mrs wlllmott who was one or miltons oldest residents was birn lit nusiagawcyu township she wus sister of the late judge elliott membtrr of tin united church nhe cnk an merest bi thevurloui eirgun iratlonjj and wiui also member of joint milton chapter she spent number of yearn in portage la iulrlc she is nurvlvcd by iter husband john wwmou retired biuik manager and one sister mrs campbell of toron to weekly publisher head prominent in the municipal buslnes and social life of thorold for tho past fifty jean john ii thompson publish er of the thorold post und former mayor died at thorold on friday lust he wus eightyfour years of age mr thopipson purchased the post weekly in 1885 ten years after it founded ror the past llftytwo jeur he directed its publication he major or the town in 1020 and mem ber and chairman of the school board for many years besides holding office in other municipal und trade boards in the toun mr thomupson was prominent in th founding of the baptist church thorold ic as born in wuinlleel township his wife predeceased him three ear ago surviving are four sons and live daughters rev ernest thonipon of belmont ny rev thump on or georgetown and clarone and thompson at hpme mr hull ck of kitchener mrs erwm of oven alta mr hicks or stamford out mrs woolley colbcclc on unci utliil at home kmiks list ol sams charlev duitlrld wednesday mai eh 3rd at 111 oclock clearing farm stork implement at lot 17 sixth line lra ninui wedncduy march 10th at 12 oclock hamilton lot 17 fifth line icra mosa clearing farm stock implements old grain saturday march 13th gerrl bel wood ueulsteied shorthorn ox ford sheep clyde horses at oclock thurhday march 25th stanley nor ruh eden iilbi choice durham gradei leicester shei hogs hones at 00 oclock saturday april 3rd win ecclekhull acton household fcnvcts its ack where did you get this jtlsh bought it at the door had it knocked uuuiy times kurl urrhr late model snow mobile wlilrh rmrnililt un inter plmrlury roeket plue uymiimi novikoff central lrwi canadian cdrrelondcnt spy hill susie teb 23rd recently the saskatchewan government purchas ed its first snowmobile official recogni tion of this comparatively new innova tion an public vehicle further recog nition war shown when it announced tlo intention of placing license fee upon these motorlied snow alelghfl the first government machine la being used by ii tunnteud field officer for the department of natural resources headquartered at he ul crosse in northern saskatchewan where he cov ers tremendous area while supervising the provinces most productive fishing fields where it once required almott all winter to cover his territory by dos team it will now take only few weeks at the most fo mr tunstead to accom plish his task the snowmobile or snowplanc indus try lias ocen fathered in the province of sankatcjiewan and tlie henry ford of thin industry in 27ycarold karl larch of spy hill uko all pioneer inventions mr lorhc primary attempts were crude and people scoffed at him as craclc bralncd idealist his first machine was built trom pile of junk lying at the bic of his garage tlie motor was rusty old model tvpe which re quired strenuous cranking by hand to start pair of roughly made runner replaced wheels on the front axlet on the re auj he lipped pair of wld tractor wheels four feet in diameter equipped with heavy crovnlugs thougn the lumbering freak snow car wui able to move about it did not possess much speed was extrenilly clumsy in appear ance and was unable to pass through deep snowdrifts this was the year 1020 mr lorch continued to scratch hh head far an improved model realizing that his first attempt would not be of any commercial value one day while visiting an air field he saw plum skimming across the snowcovered stretch then lift gracefully into the air this sight soh ed the young inv entors problem in 1020 he completed his ftrt improved model tlie lorch snow plant tiid 103037 model of the lorch snowplane is picture of graceful streamlined designing he uses v8 motor io whirl the raw studded four bjaded propeller which ls protected by ciicular steel railing etiuippcd with side safety lights the motor la hung low to prevent upsetting at high npeed pour runners are now used instead of the original three the bulletshaped bod though light in construction is firmly built and crash proof tlie frame is of reinforced duralumin jioo plune tubing which provide minimum weight and maximum strength the interior softly cushioned ae nmniikiati five pa cngvp and is tom toitiblj heated and the cruising spied on level stretch uf snow is 00 miles per hour mrs ww cunningham milton mm william cunningham one of hauonh oldest rvldenli died at lur home four mile northeast of milton lute saturday night following brief nines mrs cunningham who prior to her marriage wiui miss june itcston had lived on two neighboring farm in es queslng for almost 02 yearn her iiuj iwmd with whom she celebrated her diamond wedding in 1025 predeeeusd her eight years ago she wtu the daughter of the late jas preston one of haltons eurlluit pioneer settlers surviving are two sons john ii or oakville robert at home and two daughter mrs mcnair horn by and miss janet at home the fun eral took place from her residence on tuesday with interment in evergreen cemetery milton bernard leatham chums and school friends and friends of the tamlly were indeed shocked to learn of the passing of bernard leath on friday morning he had been critic ully ill with pneumonia but it war thought the day previous there was snie improvement in his condition he vns in his fifteenth jear and war the youngest son of mr und mrs thomas leatharru not only in the home will this bright young life be missed but among quite group of joung friends he was popular among his school friends and lad whorc conduct on the street was exemplary he always hod place in the cchool musical festival and en tered into his studies and activities will ingly he was member of the junior holy name society of st josephs church friends from all walks in the community join in sympathy with mr and mm leatham loue and lawrence in the loss of this young life the fun eral was held on monday morning with mass at st josephs church by rev father mcbrldc the acton troop of boy scouts of which he was member attended the service in body inter ment was in dublin cemetery pall bearers were the following playmates martin hussard bob footltt john dennis reno braida mlito dralda and joe jocque remains were interred in greenwood cemetery tlw funeral was in charge at the masonic order und tho pall beurvrs were lit wor bro ii bam ford wor mosler it ij ilajym wor uro chapman jr warden if shuimnn uro 11 zilllux bro johnston tho following lis towel breth ren were present and took part in tho mtvico hr wurdcn flic mcpherson wor uro ilrv kelly jit wor uro it coles lit wor bro vun drlek uro johnston jr iiteward gee wor bro cyris hack ing bro brown uro it chanmey uro it cole member of credit uxige at georgetown wore also present und took iwrt in tho ser vice relatives and friends were present from jrguj toronto detroit milton guelph aylmer woodstock und sur rounding community georgetown ikruld 525 pok driving without permit the wuonfi way round iii the aftermath of truffle tangle on the icy roadway of highway no west of brampton in which four trucks and bui were involved magistrate bull lined lee york toronto chinese 20 inclusive of cast for reckless driving 10 und cost for park ing his truck on the puvtment which was dangerously slippery and and cost lor driving without having ob talned it 1937 penult norman snjder georgetown another driver involved was fined 10 and casts for speeding ogle bellerby shelburne whasc pres ence in peel county police court has been urgently sought for some wccks past as fined 25 und casts for reck ilss driving and 25 and costs for driv ing without permit his original driv ers permit having been suspended dublin mteklaity society tlie regular meeting of dublin liter ary was held at the school on friday evening with the president walter llnham in the chair after the regular business was conducted verna joe was called upon to take tlvc cliair for the following program an interesting read ing was given by mrs steele followed with piano duett by fyfe and mar garet somerville recitation was given by joan somerville and reading by mrs burkholder was another feature musical number was rendered by mr black and miss annie black followed with reoding by mrs frank after the singing of the national anthem all took part in progressive euchre the ladies priw for the euclire was won by vema joe and the gents prlaa went to mr mcdougall lunch was served and the remainder of the evening spent in dancing aiios to 1wiik at oiticx boor holds and offices in which cars can drive tu any llooa and hoiuei with more than one floor but no stairs are uing designed in london the bulld ings will have rump uce thae hi sunn uiie inigti the joung designers claim that their plan will do away wlli traffic congestion make it possible fo dwellers to drive their own curs hit he building and pirk them outside their doors mult roofs into cur parks and provide overlie ul roads tlie inventor is an architect dr hoeiilg al ready building on his principle ure be ing put up in leeds england and ui froiue tlie uvtb building wlllxon tabi 150 bedroom hotel 170 car garage in the basement and motion plture theatre cars can bo driven right into the building usccitd to onv tioor mrs hart brockville after an illncs of short duration there pns5ed away at the home of her daughter mrs druntnn mrs hart on wednesdiv february 17th the funeral serviclwere held on sat urday from the pnibjterlan church there with intermetn in the toledo on tario cemetcrj tim floral oirerlngs bespoke the esti em in which she via held she woj the eldest daughter the late mr and mr samuel soper of krln township she was boni on janu ary 22nd 1051 on lot concession township of eramosii she later moved with her parent to erin township and married the late alex hurl they lived in the district for few veurs moving toledo where they spent the remainder of their lives her husband predeceas ed her about llfteen ears ago mrs hurt leaves to mourn her departure five ons william of hamilton george or toldedo ontario lewis of alma charles of plum hollow lawrence of ohiitt1 three daughters mrs brun ton of drockville mis cox of los an geles cil mrs will curr of frank hie ontario two brother and one sister joseph soper or balllnufud george soper of acton mrs georj evans of morrl ontario also re main three brother and one sister piedutascd her number of years ago fredeuck howes after short illness frederick howes bt loved husband of martha june anthony pised away on frltlay ivb miry lull at lislovvel memorial hos pital deteu ed wus born in trafalgar near hi thel sou of the lute mr and mis win howes and was in his oti ji he is survlvtd by his wife and one son norman or toionlo abo tw 1st mi fred moore ot detroit mrs hall on the home rami in trafal gar and one brother herbert howes of warner sask the lute mr howes was partner of mr anthony in tin hardware husiucss in georgetown be fore moving to llstowel 32 years ago where he has since resided he wilt inemb of the presbyterian church and titlstie member of bernard lodge no 2j5 af si am ustowel and an bonoiuble man who wus held in the highest esteem by ull who knew him following seivlce at the home in llstoviel on sunday conducted by his pastor rev mr kadly of knox church ustowel the remains were brought to georgetown on monday und after service in knox presbyterian church conducted by rev mr mcpherson of hlvtrdalf pirsbytcrlan church toronto auutvd by rev davidson the canadian buttku production up creamery butter production in can ada during 1930 amounted to 250292 1177 pounds an increase of uipproxim utely million potnuls or per cent over 1935 all provinces except british cojumblu contributed to this tncreas ontirio was the irgest producing pro vince with hg 257190 pounds quebec came next with 71221100 pounds while albe ta held third place with 25375000 ikiunds suskitchewm and manitoba produced 21103795 and 23202 29j pounds respectively the greatest per centuge increase in creamery butter production was made by the maritime provinces nova scotia and new bruns wick each registered gains of over 17 ier cent while prince edward islands output was up by moe than 23 per cent production of fucuiry cheese durln 1031 amounted to 1177g9341 pound compared with 100427930 in 1035 gain or more than 17 million pounds ontario wu the largest producer wlti 07799 32 pounds gain of 1g per cent while quebec with 25000400 pounds registered gain of 20 per cent as whole the dairying industry in canada during 193c showed marked improvement over the past few years cheese prices averaged higher during the year than they have since 1930 and butter price averaged higher than during the past four year some jimiir lie was telling the company tales of ills travel ihce was the lion lie said and hen was just over there was soll ta tree daslud towaid it but us uppioahrd realljd that the lowest branch was quite twenty feet fiom the ground so jumped for it and did on reach it queried lis tener ml id it going up said th liavillir hut grabbid it us line down as she saw it ju iges little daughter who hud attended her lathers court for the first time wai very iute rested in the pro ceedings after her return home uhe told visitor daddy mude speech und several other men made hpieches to twelve men who sat ull together und then the twelve men were put in dark room to be developed talk about monotony mm gumtj with one team to get out or the group its enough to kill the sport in uny tow iitatljitlcs surer acton worn tw of the nine games pluyedi with guelph goals acton scored 43 in the nine gumis uhd guelph 19 as king clancy tuld in acton lo wtek those committee room decbioiu dont hind club any place hie lev is the place to win its said thut the wlniilni of tlie commit leu decision won juch shock to one man uiat for two days he couldnt hold mallet and trowel in his hand squeak morrlson is certainly tho timlnsprlng of tlie guelph uum but if lhe marzo boys cure to they cult hure put crimp in his style when juck greer couldnt tako th ice on tuesday woods went in and every fim will admit he turned in topnolch performance perhaps we should wait until satur day to be sure but its no harm hi won dering who will be the next team to meet elora beat out fergus and won their group the same night as acton in two straight games it would seem logical that acton and elora would be put together thb week but durham and elora have been plac ed if the small rinks are to get break the playolfs should be hustled along as fast as possible now natural ice rinks are very uncer tain quantity from now on and they sure nel the gate receipts going from our own backyard to the neighbors the georgetown junlorn pulled out nice win over waterloo by 43 ao good luck and the next game too guelph juniors sort of upset the dope too by taking the gait terriers on tn gait ice last night the guelph gait round wo tied up when gait won thats four games for guelph now in the junior plnyoffr its no harm in thlnkjng anyway its been sort of prolonged playoff too for grrph but every gnme helps the gate crpl ui fuippose clinton ill iii haniburg ha fin ished then nit and clinton wor group according to our culi lutlons ther ure eleven intermediate groups who have declared winners acton elora clinton durham cannlngton sutton gravenhurst paris petroliu slmcoc and pow assail with only two groups to de clare winner depth of riiltimzkr in field and garden the correct placement of fertilizers is of primary importance to farmer ex periments show that fertilizers should be placed at about the same depth or slightly below the feeding roots so as to permit the latter to reach the plam food ecu ily and quickly the best ro suits with grain crops is obtained when the drill has fertilizer attachment which sows the fertilizer directly wltl thb grain at the same depth th planter for potatoes should be designed to place the fertilizer in narrow band to inches away from each sldp of the set und on the same level ol slthtly below the sets for garden crops the fertilizer should be placed in narrow band on each side and to inches away from the plant or when the plants will come up in the low ami about the depth of the feeding roots iwhlch means to inches grain dills and itato planters with suitable fertlllei attachments for plu log the fertilizer as described above have been available foi number of years anil there now hand implement on the niiriet for fci ttlilng garden crop in the approved bandway jl st oh dintist mother wus lijlng patch up the quur el elween hei little son and ughterl now ionimy said she read the other day of little boy in england who walked teii mill through the snow mch doctor to his little sister now would you tlo that no icplled tammy but id do 11 to re dentist patrle murphy was employed by mrs martin und wiu trying tei make gooel impresioil she hid do you know put that mr martin is 40 years old today know you wouldnt bcllevo it iuj but there is actually ten years difference in our utjej pat miwf and said shure mum wouldnt thunk it why jihuru und ye look every bit us young us he dws in troubu man in hunting iuit have you uny rabbits that jou could sell lito butcher no but we have some nice sausage il customer well how can tel my wife that shot il sausage why not try us for glasses wet have the lieeesiury skill it the most difficult eases out optlral iurlun are inoelern and well equipped to give eiritiipt mid sironipt wrvire mudonite iricc sutisfaciion wiurtd head 1kihtkiui optomktkikt guecjph baby chicks and hatching eggs utkh ouality stock leehonui and barrctl uwlo kvkbv kgg lkoilkfl at our own failm wc invltu you to lniimct our tock before buyuii your 1037 hnt hutch mitrcli 5th imd uvcry ucck mntu muy ltock si200 lcehuriui 1100 twr 100 kc lrlcc uu uriunt acton poultry farm 1upluuii iuvu kropu llox 37h acton ontaiuo 44 gardiner watchmaker and jeweller acton wishes to announce he now has the agency tor rlwtisdallson oveh 10 teans on yonge strekt factorytoeocket kredit jewellers toronto tisdall bulova tavannes lorie watches on easy krcdit terms clocks silverware diamonds bernie latent onepunch maestro hollywoods burning mystery of week who wus the niun ben utin sot ked on swanky mce floor is at last solved the wultc who wen dwn under ore jlllng left from the old miestio bn bernie ialovel was evialed us te llghl ollieer of uncle hams navy iicuteiluntcommundc rtobeil walter and here is the yawih maestro demonstiuing how he outvalleti ittidv vallee vvv on itiuk an kkcvclokfrluia oeuh youre dumb why dont you get un eneycioihdlu i1u iiedau hurt my fet bby short of money ijay dad have you any wok youd like me to do father taken by surprbe why no but er bobby then how ubout putting me on irllcf counter check books any style any olantity he lowest prices ortainahue at sill arfmi ifrpp rfia

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