Warsaw WI Scrapbook
Publication
Tweedsmuir Community History Collections (Stoney Creek, ON), [1959]-[1978]
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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
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.
Contact
Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario
 fwio@fwio.on.ca 
 
552 Ridge Road
Stoney Creek, ON L8J 2Y6
905-662-2691
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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