Halton Hills Newspapers

Acton Free Press (Acton, ON), 17 Jun 1937, p. 8

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page eiadrr the acton free press thursday june 17lh i0w notices of hirthi mmttimec fid deaths ra loacrtcd la tlpvcoluran without diarse in memaciuilftftlcca 900 and 100 per hoc additional tor poetry born saoaj5ki in acton on wednesday june 10th 1037 to mr and mrs prank sagaskl nee mary currie daugb ter died steele at brampton on saturday juno 12th john steele beloved husband of the late mary steele inhla 80th year 3iowson in georgetown on saturday june 12th i037 mtram mhmio howson daughter of the lato mr and mrs thomas howoon mcdouoauj at the ouelph general hospital on sunday juno 13th 1037 duncan mcdougall beloved husband of annlo day in his 69th year sncclahlr at bt josephs hospital ouelph on monday juno 1ith 1037 malcolm ijlnclalr beloved husband of annlo sinclair in his 56th year hubble at the homo of her sister mm megui on wednesday juno 10th 1037 vccna cawthra beloved vita of samuel bubble in her 47th year the funeral will bo held from the home no 13 crescent street acton on saturday afternoon ot 30 oclock db interment at fairviow cemetery acton pbituaru ocals you would profit moot in your buying consult the advs first historical exliibit will bo one of th new featured of acton pair tills year tho interior and exterior of browns fruit store being renovated and greatly improved acton first troop boy scouu at tended tho church service of mlmlco scouts on bunday registration booth and special meeting place for all friends will bo pro vided tho 1037 acton fair sport fans and many friends ore glad to volcanic back to acton mv and mrs korman morton and babe mr and mrs royce of rock wood celebrated their twcntyfiftli wed ding annlvemary on sunday last sunday fathers day air duti ful children may recall that dad neda matt anything but howens or candy five case for infraction of the highway irafflc act were on tiie docket or police court in acton this after noon an auto owned by blrgs stalled on the middle izoad crossing at oakvllle and as completely wrecked when hit by train medal commemorath of corona tion year and of splendid design uere presented to every school child in ej squeslng township through arrange ments of the council rev morrow of acton uu the minister at the annucrsary sentcis of limehouse united church on sunday hcv stephenson uo in charge el tlie services in the church here softball game betweein members of an adult bible class team or perth united church toronto and local soltball team was played in the piuk list saturday evening and resulted in tie 00 one of the best auction sales in this district in some time uas that of john bennett ytsterday just west of acton slock prices uere all good and implements and farm equipment ucre all dlsposod of under the liammcr wield ed by auctioneer kerr last thursday evening fifteen or tuunty friends of mr and mrs thoa marshall spent delightful evening with them at thetr home on tlie occasion of mv marahalth seventy ninth blrtliday dellghtrul lunch was served during the evening and all wish mr marshall many more happy birthdays john steele john steele treasurer of erin village and for many years wellknown in erin business lif died suddenly on saturday whllo visiting at tho homo of his daughter mrs ted hisoo bramp ton mr steele who was in ills 80th year way native of glasgow scotland and as young man come canada and engaged in tlie general store business at thornbury und later ho owned general store at clarksburg in 1912 ho erit to erin and in partnership with his soninlaw foster conducted thu largest general store in tlio village he jxtved on hie lecal council and was manager of burn presbyterian church ho was ub member of tlie burns cliolr tot quarter of century ho was member of clarksburg his wife predeceased him in 1034 surviving ore onu son will of erin and four daughters mrs foster erin mrs sam loughecd and mrs tod hlsco brampton and miss florence of thornbury tho funeral was lie id on monday under masonic ample eri act softball schedule tlio following bi tlie first half or tlli acton and district softball schedule tannery vs town played llmeliouse tiilrd division played ajax vd storeys played tannery umehouv played monday june 1st third dlvblo1 vs town tuesday june 22nd tunru ry storeys thursday june 34th limchouw ajax monday june 28th tannery third division tuesday june tibth storeys town wednesday junv 30th ajax third dlvulon monday july fvtfi tannery ajax tuewiay july ctli to ah ljme liouse thursday july fith store tiilrd division moilday july 13th ajax town tuesday july 13th suuvyi lime llouse duncan mcdougaijb eramooo duncan mcdougall wellknown resid ent of eramosa towrtslup died at hl liome on sunday after brief illness widen shocked ids many friends in that district mr mcdougall wait born in ontario and came to tlio district as young man from allenord ontario many years ago after working in eramosa township for tt few years ho left for tho west where ho settled near leioroine manitoba wilcrc he followed tho occupation of formliuf about she years ago mr and mrs mcdougall with their family re turned to the district and lived retired on small farm on the fourth line of eramosa township in religion the late mr mcdougall was member of kro moba united church and in politics war staunch llbtral surviving are hirf wife the former annlo day of erumosa township four daughters mrs rothwcll allenford iu ta and murjarle at liome mrs johnston ouelph one son william at liome and one brother daniel mcdou gall in alltiiford tlie funeral was iicld from his late residence on wednesday afternoon with interment at roekwood cemetery fbnnell smyth folloulng period of ill health ex tending over several years tlie death occurred at ills residence on centre street shnuvlllc quebec on tuesday june 1st of fennell croft smyth aged 6b years mr smyth uas former bank man niilr and retired from the service of thei bank of montreal about four year ao owing to 111 health while stationed at london ontario since when he ha bicii re ident of sliawvllle lie came ui hawlllo ftrt in 1912 manager of the merchants bank which iat was merged uith the bank of montreal and remained for three year and in 1915 married mls minerva caldwell if this village he was born at acton ontario and tpent his boyhood days and early yean here he is nephew of mis elizabeth moore many friends in this home town join in heartfelt sympathy uthe family in his death he entered the bonk at hanover after leaving sliawvllle he served tlie bank at reveral ontario branches including bolhuell orillla toronto gore bay windsor rtldgetown and watford during the great war he uas paymaster for tlie 140th battalion at tlie different places he uas an active itolarlan and uhile at uldgetoun was an enthusiastic member of the royal arch masons an anglican in religion lie took an active part in church affairs and was for time war den at gore bay during his first and last periods of residence in qhawville mr fimj 111 tins member of pontiac lodge af fc am and attended st pauls church wlien his health permit ted while associated uith the bank there he was active in sportirui and roolal clrclij and promoted company to build the prv4nt shawvlue skating rink be his ulfe lu united by two daughters marlon and dora at home three sons kenneth of the bank of montreal st stephens arthur and kingsley at liome two brothers smyth of uuidon and smyth or fort erie uho ucre present for tin funeral und one slater mm cook of vancouver on drop two gaines continued frotrnrag one play by play lie re how it all liap pened ezard pinch lilt ting for bunco sing led cronln was safe on water house error clement tripled counting ezard and cronlnv this finished lambert and bus mortonxtook over tho twirling end woods going to third clement greeted morton uith single and brush hit by pitched ball totletxka walked forcing in clement clement scored on clements my to guthrie brush doubled scoring it brush und tolctxka nay lor went out ezard was hit on the head by pitched ball uluf forced to retire cronln struck out terry went out morton leaned on one tllut went for tliree base waterllouse popped texas league scoring morton to tie the game up again lindsay wulk ed olid water house hit into double play tlio tenth clement walked clement singled it brush out phclier to first tolclzka doubled soaring clement tolctxka counted wlicn terry erred oi clements lly kjngle by brush int clement aero for an otlicr naylor wnt out london singled scoring brush cronbi walked ditto clement and clrncjit forcing in lindsay now pitcling it brusli walked forchig hi cronln and tolctzku struck out to end tlie slaugh ter tho best acton could do was one guthrie and anderson went out bui watcrhouse got his tiilrd hit of tlie day scorching double woods wuiked and terry doubled scoring watcrhouse mor ton filed out to naylor for the final out tim local stalwarts took it an the eliin again last evening ulun burlington took uicm hito camp by score of to burlington registered three tlnes in the initial frame and were held score lesii until the sixth whm tliey counted five more tlie acton nine scored in each of tho first third and fourth frames to tie tlie game up and uent into tlie lead in tile sixth when they counted another in tills disastrous in ning til locals used tliree tuirlers before tlie side uas retired as result of their win the loke slders climbed unto tie for uiird place uith acton tcrry first man up filed out to centre and morton followed uith single tyler mb gamble continued from iage on 2nd vjceptcsldi lit mrs cowan lul crmo honorary president mrs geo agnew milton secretary treasurer mr ivrcy merry hornby federatioii itcpruntntlve mr geo aow subitltuu mrs gowdy delegate to annual convention mr gambit audlters mrjj frank ford omugh und mrs cliisliolm lomby convent of ounmltix wire tuuiied as follows education mrs clayton dick ash grovc honu economics mrs mahon cumpbellvllle lfdtli and child welfare mrs graham omagh agriculture and canadian induslrltv mr aozcly milton leglnlatlon and ltesolutlons mrs mil ukuii burlington struck out and lindsay singled scoring morton in tlie third acton counted unothcr when terry got free ticket and morton collected his wicond lilt sending terry to tiilrd and scored on long fly to centre waterliousc got on in tlie fourth was sucrifled to second by waterliousc and scored an gutliries hit to left tying the score iliey collected tliolr fhial run in the slxtli undsay struck out water lumse walked waterliouse riled to first waterliouse scored on wild pitch tlie locals filled the sacks in tlie final frame but couldnt come through with the necessary hits burlington counted tliree in uie first when bus waterliouse erred on altons drive ryan struck out and if thorpe singled to left eaton went out at first and orcen singled scoring alton bel chamber then doubled counting tliorpe nnpv gnen in the sixth burlington put the game in tlie bag when they registered five tlmei bclcluunber doubled and mc callum singled scoring him caski ualk ed tliorpe struck out and alton flled to right ryan ualked and tliorpe drove one to left counting mbcallum and cask eaton got on on lindsays mlscuo and green uas hit by pitched ball forcing in ryan thorpe and jacobi twirled for bur lington and cripps lambert and mor ton for acton community activities mrs bracken dublin inuce education mm ii bullaixt nassagawvyu hlilorlcal rest urrh miss ellzabetlt appube georgetown assisted by tt wrirlit georgetown scrap book editor and lubllcity ilc torter mrs clarke milton tlio ciiiriur uf each stundin com mittee gave ret wirt uork ddne by lur committee during tile past year miss isabel tovell and miss jrail 1isiit cave tnriet intercting account of tlieir trijite ottawa report uas giv 11 by mn cunning ham fergus federation director ullt had also been in chutk of tlie rn tin durluttlle election of olflrers tlio district scrap book was kliown and briuiclien asked send in pk clippings more ramlarly vocal miux by norman wood und ceorue bullock utn much cnjoytxl ahmk selection by palermo sciukii ctiolr aiul vocal trio by uijmlsscs florence and julo bullock utut muriel smith community linglng uas led by mrs gowdy umchousq vote of tlumks uas given tlio pal ermo ladies for tlulr gracious hospitality and an invitation was accejiud from the dublin und kassagaweya bruj icher to act as liostesscs for tlie district annual next year llie katlomd anthem brought tlie meeting to4a close notice bfcvuuhmknts paints we kuarantte evor produict of our paints to be liicth auality usually purchaci at much higher price house paint vaitnlsh stains it cijbar varnisil floor paints wm slofl for half gallon 1r per gallon 11c pint 1hour enamel 7m quart turientine boiled linseed oil iuw linseed oil 9c pt vacation time vocation tours tlie caption of vrry complete and interesting boiiklet now ing distributed by the gray owh lhus it glviii details of unard and vacation puiu for lructlcally any kind oi trip tluit could be desired feutur1 are tlie ullexpeiise trlw tile booklet attractively ulutruted und coni plele guldtf plafinlng vautlou outline copied are available upon rrquct tnurt any of the wgenl of tile oray coacl liiuj ballinaf ad mr william eot of wataskin alui talleel on mv soper lost wtek mr george oper of aeton and hu on clwtrge and mr livingstone uere calliru ut mm sopers on sunday mr so per spnt day visiting uith frliuli in ouelpli hut week mr and mrs wlky callel orj friends in gmlph on sunday mr und mn gordon sp nee wje visitors ut mr wileys on sunday wlut might luive uvn srious ac cuwnl liappen1 ut tlie store on satur tlay when mv isley came out of the store to home hu luirse uiok fright and ran uwuy eomplrtely deniolbdilng tlie buggy the an wuj juter taught ut jolui coloi mr ivter ctie not it taking as favor able progrcsa kit dndrvd clearing sale of wallpapers 3ck tl kitchen papers oc ner roll oc our complete stock discounted 10 per cent for this sale bedroom papers suntested per roll kitchen papers per roll sptfcial room lots at sacrificed price to clear note brtntf jour room mruiimmcnt hcljiht width length aivj number or openings that ie may accurately estimate lour needs anet coau stickfnst wallpaper paste per packet 19c hintoiis 5c to store cent mile round tripbargain fares minimum farrri aiuiih 75c children 10c from acton fill june 2sii ti ofihaua uoumanvllle port hoiw cobour trvuton jet uellevllle naiianee klnctan aanauoquc uroclcvlua prejeott morrkburit cornwall uxbrldue lindsay lvtcrboro conipbelltord neumurkel iviu liiii collliiuuthkt meaford uirrle orllllu mldlimil ouuii hunl ilracebrlilue huiiwa 111 cullander north iliy parrj kouiul uuur all toiu in neu ontario on line ot temlnkumlnif di northern ontario lly nlpkilnu central nly kapuikujlnir jiiiuilac oerumlon jelllciv 11urdmral saturday june 2gth to toronto also to ilranttord chatham cluiley cllnuxo durlmm unetcr jairuus aadnrleh ouiipli hamilton hanover harruum inueuoll ktncartluio kitclnner ijmdpn i4itouei mltcludl nuiuura hxlut quen tiourtd paisley piumerdton ikirl xort fcjuln tit catharliiea at murys konila flouthumpuin stratford utrauuoy walkerton wurtan wlnifluini woodstock ur kur uturu umlu train iijunuuui tltkrli toiuult mlnt at klu 1ianhi1iijs tolt collrtni u1t i1ks11natjonk atiractions inuomi sur 1uuon1x huiiduy julie jay juiw btli ltmbit hi keller vw ttrita th 4umi1iii cutid awkveuuuii anuual ktrutalbeaj srvte lavmtlal 1jlk sliujjy julie iuh kyal nuvul ucu altiuj alul kieiae vimmlmm sllr juule imui kurutan old home week jukke 2u takull niagaua iraixs iurujr cana dm cauadiaj naliauaj hxuru maac ontrr tz94 dear fulc vwoni altliough liaving lived several sec res of years last week uas tlie rlrst time tlie writer ever hud tlie pleasure of nor mal school students convocation the function was in calgary on tlie day prior to the announcement day of tlie sue cessful aspiring teachers grandpa imd been fumlihcd with one of three tickets his parents the other two by john anthlf broun descendant of acton uho by the uuy received next day tlie precious document entitling him to teach in alberta schools tlie two hundred or so of young men and young women made line appearance as they filed in to tlie auditorium to present the program they luul prepared for their parents and friends although there uere some musical selections the main fea tures uere presentations of cups medals etc to leader of various class orgnn izations otrongly reinforced by tliree fine addresses tlie speakers uere dr colfln principal itev dr kirby of ml boyal colleee and representative of premier abcrhort minister of educa tion dr neu hind ho is provincial uperintendent or schools tlie whole affair was an occasion of great interest and enthusiasm feature of special interest uas that tlie clialrman mr geo pettlnger elect ed by his fellow students as term presid ent for the second time uas eldest son of neighbor family in the earliest days of our folks prairie pastoral service and feu of months older than our kid to my surprle was told unit day nti mother that iil took lib flrt steps ncra the floor to my chair when was on visit there and time niov on hie addressci or tin principal ml the provincial superintend nt were viry informational ar to the normal uork and the depirtmental regulation which this year are taking much advanced ground but dr klrby iddns was splendid erotulation of the high op portunity of the teacher in preparing the coming citizenship ibs personal dc portment as regards hinualf his pupil and the community in uhich hq labors should be cirefully regarded for it wl either make or mar because the great majority uould co to labor in oneroom ed scliools uieir personal rcspons1ti was very grent ns well as their oppor tunity lie gave very skilful para plirase or parody of cor 13 in which he substituted the apostles various activities by terms adapted the teachers passible activities but in every case adopting the apostles ultimate decision of love love for the work for tho for uhom he labors and love for the influence for rood lie may exert many hunrorous illmtru lions uere given one on adapting to unforseen emergencies gentleman in his car on counfv road coming to group mostly girls on their uuy to school finding they uould welcome ride got them packed in to the seats that que girl had to sit on his knee closeup to the wheel aiisucrlng his various questions airir mativejy to liking urlinol regularity of uttendunre etc question as to her teaclierj ability was rathaedublouily answered wluit is your teacher name am the teacher noticed that the splendid lfcai the normal und tlie the technic al adjoining li in region uliere there are many opportunities of residential ex pansion if tlie present crude oil results and efforts for mnn are iwrm euth successful the moiuy bamrw living in turner valley nortturn suburb calgary may have good held for in vestment there lint we shall mv uul shall ni collman turner valley aha june 7th 1037 ps it muy be aeideel tlut till ai ciwdul normal undent of person el ten st noted aliov hft this inmnn is suutltute teochev in puue slid den cull from the trl week rliwil of tiisttr uhw teiirher hatt to for hopitul ojknitlon mv11 lsttj to hanei tile editorial iviineirland llou pjjouluhr tc my lasl visit there uarui munuinent txty ulun iunlui tewtk me over te vbit his nwuhr mn imith vlio lu delleate health uui the 11 in niute of at tliat ume ugood ruiener treat tite utitea of tlie new owuen uuuk lisklation of boyhood oayi firelleui iltrubaiie mil pleased to announce thai urranicnicnls have been made whereby charles lether lund msq ba hurrister now associated with lucas of markdale will take over my lcjrnl practice ut acton on or about august 1st 1037 mr leatherland uho comes wuh very hijh recommendations will understand uneleriiike till work appertaininj to the general practice of law tv farmer fathers day sunday june 20th in our stock youll find many sukeslioiut that any man would appreciate the thinru he would buy for himself 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