Warsaw WI Scrapbook
Publication:
Tweedsmuir Community History Collections (Stoney Creek, ON), [1959]-[1978]
:


Description
Creator:
Warsaw Women's Institute, Creator
Media Type:
Text
Image
Object
Item Type:
Scrapbooks
Description:
Description – Table of Contents

- 68th Wedding Anniversary – Mr. & Mrs. George Taylor, 1959
- Historical Research Report compiled by Mrs. Aldon Johnston
- Newspaper Picture – Graduation of Donald Arthur Clements, August 1978
- Newspaper Article & Picture – Historical Records Donated to Trent
- Newspaper Article – Grist Mill on Indian River Was First Building of Warsaw in Pioneer Days, June 1947
- Newspaper Picture – Swing Your Partner, W.I. Area Convention, October 16, 1969
- Newspaper Article & Pictures – The Squaknagossippi
- Newspaper Article & Pictures – Warsaw’s Tiny Bank Succumbs to Progress, Peterborough Examiner, December 14, 1967
- Newspaper Article & Picture – “No Financial Satisfaction in Being a Farmer” by Earl McRae, July 1965
- Newspaper Article – Warsaw W.I. 70th Anniversary – February 21, 1973
- Newspaper Article & Pictures – County School Board an Asset, 1965 Region Conservation Authority
- Newspaper Renovated, November 13, 1975
- Obituary – Russell Tedford
- Newspaper Article – Leahy Heads Memorial Committee, Dr. Donald Munro Memorial, 1975
- Newspaper Article -John is from the Old School, When Men were Men, Common Press, December 2, 1975
- Newspaper Article – Celebration of Dr. Donald Munro’s 85th Birthday
- Obituary – Dr. Donald Munro
- Misc. Newspaper Articles
- Newspaper Article – Roads to be Repaired, February 26, 1976
- Misc. Newspaper Articles – The Caves; Warsaw loses title bout 4-2, April 18, 1976; You Make Your Own Recreation; Education Week, Warsaw Pubic School, April 24, 1975
- Newspaper Article & Picture – Sunday Afternoon in the Park, Warsaw Honours Dr. Munro, October 3, 1976
- Newspaper Article & Picture – Charles Frankish, Valedictorian Award
- Newspaper Article – Best in Hockey seen at Warsaw, April 8, 1976
- Newspaper Article & Picture -Lakefield Home Bakeries special order from Lakefield College Boy School, Prince Andrew
- Newspaper Article & Picture – More than 800 Art Pieces in Exhibit, May 13, 1976
- Newspaper Article & Picture – Warsaw’s Perfectionists, November 1975
- Newspaper Article & Pictures – A Visit to Warsaw, Once there was industry, but the Businesses now serve Commuters
- Newspaper Article & Pictures – Community Centre is the Social Centre
- Newspaper Article & Picture – Hobby Farms
- Newspaper Article & Pictures – Five Douro Students Hurt as School Bus Hits Ditch, January 12, 1977
- Newspaper Article & Pictures – Students, Motorists Find Shelter in Baileboro School, January 28, 1977
- Newspaper Article – Early recollections of Elwood Northey’s childhood in Lakefield
- Newspaper Article – Unique Rockpile found
- Newspaper Article – County Councillors Vote Themselves out of Jaunt
- Newspaper Article & Pictures – Carman Metcalfe is Centennial Warden, Peterborough Examiner, January 18, 1967
- Newspaper Picture – YWCA 90th Birthday
- Newspaper Article – An Additional $21,500 Approved for ‘Village’
- Newspaper Article & Picture – Tom Flynn Takes over County Warden’s Chair
- Newspaper Article & Picture of Harrison Rink Captures Examiner Curling Trophy, Peterborough Examiner, January 9, 1967
- Newspaper Article & Pictures – Centennial Sleighride Rated ‘Wonderful – Something Different’, Peterborough Examiner, January 9, 1967
- Newspaper Article & Picture – Found Barn Crowded with Strange Horses, Peterborough Examiner, January 9, 1967
- Newspaper Article – Traffic Line-Up was three Miles Long, Peterborough Examiner, January 9, 1967
- Newspaper Article & Pictures – About 30,000 Swarmed Northcote Farm for day of Skating, Skiing and Sleighing, Peterborough Examiner, January 9, 1967
- Misc. Newspaper Articles – New Committee System starts in City Council; Heavy Agenda Faces Council in Committee; Something Happening on every inch of Farm; Aged to Keep 15% of $30 Pension Hike; Police Probe Two Brake-ins; Gusting Wings Can’t Stop Young Ski School Pupils, Peterborough Examiner, January 9, 1967
- Misc. Newspaper Articles – Abandoned Railway Lines May Become Walk Trails; Taxable Land Acreage Set At 2,949; Weekend Auto Mishaps Cause Extensive Loss; Variety Show Will Take Musical Look at History, Parks Survey Moves into Final Stages; Decline in Black Duck Posing Serious Problem; Algonquin Park Film to be seen on CBC Network; Realty Transfers are valued at $2,911,532; Syrup Production Increase Sought; Nixon would eliminate University Tuition Fees, While U.K. Cabinet cut, Canada’s Grows to 27; Claims 30% of Voters back Liberals; No such thing as Left-Wing?; Winters say not consulted about Gordon; Five Whales Seen in Lake; Lindsay Bowling; Livestock Prices; Claims 125 killed; Dies at 100; Russians Force Police to Admit to Mistake; Pope speaks out against divorce move in Italy; Ottawa Officials to meet Robarts; discuss ‘Plan’; Vice-President named by Liberals, Peterborough Examiner, January 9, 1967
- Newspaper Article & Picture – Sleighride was fun at Douro
- Newspaper Article & Picture – Full Day of Fun at Warsaw Day Camp, August 9, 1978
- Newspaper Article – Warsaw Community News by May Paine, Peterborough Examiner, April 29, 1978
- Obituary – Howard LaFayette Spence, Jan. 14, 1904 – Feb. 20, 1977
- Newspaper Article – Warsaw Community News by May Paine, February 18, 1978
- Newspaper Article – Penalties stall Warsaw’s Strong Surge, April 16, 1976
- Newspaper Picture – Old Young’s Point Bridge, 1976
- Newspaper Article – Rhyme to Warsaw Hockey Champions
- Newspaper Article – St. Mark’s Celebrates 125 Years
- Newspaper Article – Warsaw – School Graduation Tuesday Evening
- Newspaper Picture – Cattle killed in Barn Collapse – June 5, 1979
- Newspaper Article – Warsaw – Township Compiles History by May Paine
- Newspaper Article – Poor Nutrition Education said Folly of our Time, Kitchener-Waterloo Record, Nay 4, 1978
- Newspaper Article – Warsaw – Seniors tour Northland by May Paine
- Newspaper Article – Warsaw -Springfest Tonight at Arena by May Paine, June 2, 1979
- Newspaper Article & Pictures – WI Officers Conference, Back Ontario’s Farmers, MPP Pleads; National President Reveals Plans for Canada Child-Safety Contest, Kitchener-Waterloo Record, May 3, 1978
- Notice of Dummer Township History Book Committee, July 11
- Article – A Great Idea Live On – from Lakefield Reader
- Newspaper Article & Pictures – Being Forced Out of Business, Says Foster Home, February 1976
- Financial Statement – Trent Valley Convention Area 1974-1975
- Notice of Special General Meeting of Subscribers, Dummer Municipal Telephone System
Publisher:
Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario (FWIO)
Dates:
[1959]-[1978]
Subject(s):
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.43342 Longitude: -78.13282
Creative Commons licence:
by-nc-nd [more details]
Copyright Statement:
Protected by copyright: Uses other than research or private study require the permission of the rightsholder(s). Responsibility for obtaining permissions and for any use rests exclusively with the user.
Copyright Holder:
Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario (FWIO)
Location of Original:
Douro Library
Terms of Use:
For commercial use, please contact copyright holder for permission and details
Reproduction Notes:
Contact the holder of the original. If the book is in a member’s home, please contact the copyright holder.
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Warsaw WI Scrapbook


Description – Table of Contents

- 68th Wedding Anniversary – Mr. & Mrs. George Taylor, 1959
- Historical Research Report compiled by Mrs. Aldon Johnston
- Newspaper Picture – Graduation of Donald Arthur Clements, August 1978
- Newspaper Article & Picture – Historical Records Donated to Trent
- Newspaper Article – Grist Mill on Indian River Was First Building of Warsaw in Pioneer Days, June 1947
- Newspaper Picture – Swing Your Partner, W.I. Area Convention, October 16, 1969
- Newspaper Article & Pictures – The Squaknagossippi
- Newspaper Article & Pictures – Warsaw’s Tiny Bank Succumbs to Progress, Peterborough Examiner, December 14, 1967
- Newspaper Article & Picture – “No Financial Satisfaction in Being a Farmer” by Earl McRae, July 1965
- Newspaper Article – Warsaw W.I. 70th Anniversary – February 21, 1973
- Newspaper Article & Pictures – County School Board an Asset, 1965 Region Conservation Authority
- Newspaper Renovated, November 13, 1975
- Obituary – Russell Tedford
- Newspaper Article – Leahy Heads Memorial Committee, Dr. Donald Munro Memorial, 1975
- Newspaper Article -John is from the Old School, When Men were Men, Common Press, December 2, 1975
- Newspaper Article – Celebration of Dr. Donald Munro’s 85th Birthday
- Obituary – Dr. Donald Munro
- Misc. Newspaper Articles
- Newspaper Article – Roads to be Repaired, February 26, 1976
- Misc. Newspaper Articles – The Caves; Warsaw loses title bout 4-2, April 18, 1976; You Make Your Own Recreation; Education Week, Warsaw Pubic School, April 24, 1975
- Newspaper Article & Picture – Sunday Afternoon in the Park, Warsaw Honours Dr. Munro, October 3, 1976
- Newspaper Article & Picture – Charles Frankish, Valedictorian Award
- Newspaper Article – Best in Hockey seen at Warsaw, April 8, 1976
- Newspaper Article & Picture -Lakefield Home Bakeries special order from Lakefield College Boy School, Prince Andrew
- Newspaper Article & Picture – More than 800 Art Pieces in Exhibit, May 13, 1976
- Newspaper Article & Picture – Warsaw’s Perfectionists, November 1975
- Newspaper Article & Pictures – A Visit to Warsaw, Once there was industry, but the Businesses now serve Commuters
- Newspaper Article & Pictures – Community Centre is the Social Centre
- Newspaper Article & Picture – Hobby Farms
- Newspaper Article & Pictures – Five Douro Students Hurt as School Bus Hits Ditch, January 12, 1977
- Newspaper Article & Pictures – Students, Motorists Find Shelter in Baileboro School, January 28, 1977
- Newspaper Article – Early recollections of Elwood Northey’s childhood in Lakefield
- Newspaper Article – Unique Rockpile found
- Newspaper Article – County Councillors Vote Themselves out of Jaunt
- Newspaper Article & Pictures – Carman Metcalfe is Centennial Warden, Peterborough Examiner, January 18, 1967
- Newspaper Picture – YWCA 90th Birthday
- Newspaper Article – An Additional $21,500 Approved for ‘Village’
- Newspaper Article & Picture – Tom Flynn Takes over County Warden’s Chair
- Newspaper Article & Picture of Harrison Rink Captures Examiner Curling Trophy, Peterborough Examiner, January 9, 1967
- Newspaper Article & Pictures – Centennial Sleighride Rated ‘Wonderful – Something Different’, Peterborough Examiner, January 9, 1967
- Newspaper Article & Picture – Found Barn Crowded with Strange Horses, Peterborough Examiner, January 9, 1967
- Newspaper Article – Traffic Line-Up was three Miles Long, Peterborough Examiner, January 9, 1967
- Newspaper Article & Pictures – About 30,000 Swarmed Northcote Farm for day of Skating, Skiing and Sleighing, Peterborough Examiner, January 9, 1967
- Misc. Newspaper Articles – New Committee System starts in City Council; Heavy Agenda Faces Council in Committee; Something Happening on every inch of Farm; Aged to Keep 15% of $30 Pension Hike; Police Probe Two Brake-ins; Gusting Wings Can’t Stop Young Ski School Pupils, Peterborough Examiner, January 9, 1967
- Misc. Newspaper Articles – Abandoned Railway Lines May Become Walk Trails; Taxable Land Acreage Set At 2,949; Weekend Auto Mishaps Cause Extensive Loss; Variety Show Will Take Musical Look at History, Parks Survey Moves into Final Stages; Decline in Black Duck Posing Serious Problem; Algonquin Park Film to be seen on CBC Network; Realty Transfers are valued at $2,911,532; Syrup Production Increase Sought; Nixon would eliminate University Tuition Fees, While U.K. Cabinet cut, Canada’s Grows to 27; Claims 30% of Voters back Liberals; No such thing as Left-Wing?; Winters say not consulted about Gordon; Five Whales Seen in Lake; Lindsay Bowling; Livestock Prices; Claims 125 killed; Dies at 100; Russians Force Police to Admit to Mistake; Pope speaks out against divorce move in Italy; Ottawa Officials to meet Robarts; discuss ‘Plan’; Vice-President named by Liberals, Peterborough Examiner, January 9, 1967
- Newspaper Article & Picture – Sleighride was fun at Douro
- Newspaper Article & Picture – Full Day of Fun at Warsaw Day Camp, August 9, 1978
- Newspaper Article – Warsaw Community News by May Paine, Peterborough Examiner, April 29, 1978
- Obituary – Howard LaFayette Spence, Jan. 14, 1904 – Feb. 20, 1977
- Newspaper Article – Warsaw Community News by May Paine, February 18, 1978
- Newspaper Article – Penalties stall Warsaw’s Strong Surge, April 16, 1976
- Newspaper Picture – Old Young’s Point Bridge, 1976
- Newspaper Article – Rhyme to Warsaw Hockey Champions
- Newspaper Article – St. Mark’s Celebrates 125 Years
- Newspaper Article – Warsaw – School Graduation Tuesday Evening
- Newspaper Picture – Cattle killed in Barn Collapse – June 5, 1979
- Newspaper Article – Warsaw – Township Compiles History by May Paine
- Newspaper Article – Poor Nutrition Education said Folly of our Time, Kitchener-Waterloo Record, Nay 4, 1978
- Newspaper Article – Warsaw – Seniors tour Northland by May Paine
- Newspaper Article – Warsaw -Springfest Tonight at Arena by May Paine, June 2, 1979
- Newspaper Article & Pictures – WI Officers Conference, Back Ontario’s Farmers, MPP Pleads; National President Reveals Plans for Canada Child-Safety Contest, Kitchener-Waterloo Record, May 3, 1978
- Notice of Dummer Township History Book Committee, July 11
- Article – A Great Idea Live On – from Lakefield Reader
- Newspaper Article & Pictures – Being Forced Out of Business, Says Foster Home, February 1976
- Financial Statement – Trent Valley Convention Area 1974-1975
- Notice of Special General Meeting of Subscribers, Dummer Municipal Telephone System