Stoney Creek WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 2
Publication:
Tweedsmuir Community History Collections (Stoney Creek, ON), [1972]-[1973]
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Stoney Creek Women's Institute, Creator
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Text
Object
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Scrapbooks
Description:
Stoney Creek WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 2

Table of Contents

Part 2 - Community History
Town History:
- Zoning Maps of Stoney Creek
- Written history of Stoney Creek
- The Lion Monument
- History of Battlefield House by Mae and Jack Ford
- Grandview: Home of Mr. and Mrs. Angus B. Jackson
- Old Home of Argos Torn Down (Argos Manufacturing Building torn down in 1972)
- After 120 Years Stoney Creek Station Closes by Philip Sajecki

Town Activities
- Stoney Creek Council Inaugural: January, 1973
- The Beginning of a Tradition - The Canada Flag Day Parade by Isobel Snell
- Canada Flag Day, 1972, 1973
- Town Activities - 1973
- Town Hall's Fate Unknown
- Senior Citizens' Apartment on Maple Avenue
- Saltfleet is no longer the name of Stoney Creek
- "Will Stoney Creek Become a Community or a Statistic?"
- Car accidents

Churches
- Stoney Creek United Church
- Cheyne Presbyterian
- Anglican Church of the Redeemer

Organizations
- Ada Bland Senior Citizen Centre-Club 60
- Kinsmen Club
- First Pack Brownies
- Scouts and Guides
- Stoney Creek 1972 United Appeal Campaign
- Historic Chapter Eastern Star
- Winter Carnival 1973
- Cancer Society
- Christmas Parade
- Royal Canadian Legion
- Volunteer Week 1972
- Horticultural Society
- Optimists' Victoria Day Celebrations
- Optimists' Grey Cup Party
- Oral Communications Festival 1973
- The Quorum band
- "Colour Guard to Disband"

Businesses
- Coombs - Wolcott Building Opened in September, 1972
- Parkway Dispensary opened in 1972
- Mountain Variety Store changed ownership in 1972
- The Attic Pizza Parlour has a Successful Opening in June, 1972
- McDonald Fabrics closes in 1973
- Grand re-opening of I.G.A in 1973 after renovations
- Stoney Creek Travel Services opens in 1973
- 25th anniversary of the Stoney Creek News, 1973
- Dorothy Vaughan retires from her job as bookkeeper for Britannia Cleaners, 1973
- El Matador store opens in 1973
- Dedication of Battlefield Branch, Royal Canadian Legion
- Jack Tarpos Buys King Street Building (the old Temperance Hotel building on King St. E.)
- Highland Stationary and Gift Store has new owners, 1973
- Ontario Supermarket opens in 1972
- Frank Glenn Jaggard optometrist office opens in 1972
- Adam and Eve House of Hair opens in 1973

Outstanding Citizens
- First baby of the year, 1972
- Wilf Barlow was named Citizen of the Year, 1972
- Debbie Sojnocki, champion swimmer
- Sandra Mezzalira received special recognition from His Excellency, the Right Honourable Roland Michener, Governor-General of Canada for an act of heroism
- Bob Hamilton retires from the post office
- Joseph Chambers, local historian
- Harold Vaughan is presented with a town ring upon his retirement from the Parks Board
- Susan Schopf defends title of Miss City of Hamilton Majorette
- Cathy Munro is the Jubilee "Midget Champion"
- First baby of the year, 1973
- Matt Blair was named the Sports Citizen of the Year by the Kinsmen Club of Stoney Creek
- Barbara Groves named Citizen of the year, 1973
- Guide Susan Wright wins an award for highest marks on her citizenship test
- Blanch Hill receives the Bowler of the Year Award
- Mr. P.A. Hendershot is known for building violins
- Alex Taylor is a renowned woodworker in Stoney Creek
- Miss Violet Pyfrom retires from the Stnoey Creek Post Office
- Cathy Munro wins 75 awards in just two years for baton twirling
- Lisa Koblik won second place at the Science Fair at Green Acres Public School
- First prize went to Scott hawkins
- Debbie Sajnocki received the Stoney Creek Town Ring from the Mayor for outstanding athletic achievement
- Arlene Copland wins Miss Tiger-Cat and then Miss hamilton
- Leone Jackson (past president of Stoney Creek WI) donates a Victorian chair to Battlefield House
- four people met at the home of Mrs. Catherine Nelson to investigate if William Nelson was the Col. Nelson of Battlefield House

Library
- The History of the Stoney Creek Library
- "Use Your Library," August 1973
- Various activities and services offered at the Stoney Creek Library

Anniversaries, Birthdays
- Ed Danks turns 90
- Frances Miller turns 92

Olden Days
- Foreward from Elizabeth Rand, President of FWIC, 1957-59
- Invitation to the Opening of the Battlefield of 1813 at Stoney Creek as a Public Park, 1899
- Souvenir Programme, 1813-1963: 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Stoney Creek (36 pages)
Dates:
[1972]-[1973]
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
973.026.002
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.2073328419479 Longitude: -79.722567077713
Creative Commons licence:
by-nc-nd [more details]
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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:
Erland Lee (Museum) Home
Terms of Use:
For commercial use, please contact copyright holder for permission and details
Reproduction Notes:
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Contact
Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario
 
 
 

552 Ridge Road
Stoney Creek, ON L8J 2Y6
905-662-2691

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Stoney Creek WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 2


Stoney Creek WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 2

Table of Contents

Part 2 - Community History
Town History:
- Zoning Maps of Stoney Creek
- Written history of Stoney Creek
- The Lion Monument
- History of Battlefield House by Mae and Jack Ford
- Grandview: Home of Mr. and Mrs. Angus B. Jackson
- Old Home of Argos Torn Down (Argos Manufacturing Building torn down in 1972)
- After 120 Years Stoney Creek Station Closes by Philip Sajecki

Town Activities
- Stoney Creek Council Inaugural: January, 1973
- The Beginning of a Tradition - The Canada Flag Day Parade by Isobel Snell
- Canada Flag Day, 1972, 1973
- Town Activities - 1973
- Town Hall's Fate Unknown
- Senior Citizens' Apartment on Maple Avenue
- Saltfleet is no longer the name of Stoney Creek
- "Will Stoney Creek Become a Community or a Statistic?"
- Car accidents

Churches
- Stoney Creek United Church
- Cheyne Presbyterian
- Anglican Church of the Redeemer

Organizations
- Ada Bland Senior Citizen Centre-Club 60
- Kinsmen Club
- First Pack Brownies
- Scouts and Guides
- Stoney Creek 1972 United Appeal Campaign
- Historic Chapter Eastern Star
- Winter Carnival 1973
- Cancer Society
- Christmas Parade
- Royal Canadian Legion
- Volunteer Week 1972
- Horticultural Society
- Optimists' Victoria Day Celebrations
- Optimists' Grey Cup Party
- Oral Communications Festival 1973
- The Quorum band
- "Colour Guard to Disband"

Businesses
- Coombs - Wolcott Building Opened in September, 1972
- Parkway Dispensary opened in 1972
- Mountain Variety Store changed ownership in 1972
- The Attic Pizza Parlour has a Successful Opening in June, 1972
- McDonald Fabrics closes in 1973
- Grand re-opening of I.G.A in 1973 after renovations
- Stoney Creek Travel Services opens in 1973
- 25th anniversary of the Stoney Creek News, 1973
- Dorothy Vaughan retires from her job as bookkeeper for Britannia Cleaners, 1973
- El Matador store opens in 1973
- Dedication of Battlefield Branch, Royal Canadian Legion
- Jack Tarpos Buys King Street Building (the old Temperance Hotel building on King St. E.)
- Highland Stationary and Gift Store has new owners, 1973
- Ontario Supermarket opens in 1972
- Frank Glenn Jaggard optometrist office opens in 1972
- Adam and Eve House of Hair opens in 1973

Outstanding Citizens
- First baby of the year, 1972
- Wilf Barlow was named Citizen of the Year, 1972
- Debbie Sojnocki, champion swimmer
- Sandra Mezzalira received special recognition from His Excellency, the Right Honourable Roland Michener, Governor-General of Canada for an act of heroism
- Bob Hamilton retires from the post office
- Joseph Chambers, local historian
- Harold Vaughan is presented with a town ring upon his retirement from the Parks Board
- Susan Schopf defends title of Miss City of Hamilton Majorette
- Cathy Munro is the Jubilee "Midget Champion"
- First baby of the year, 1973
- Matt Blair was named the Sports Citizen of the Year by the Kinsmen Club of Stoney Creek
- Barbara Groves named Citizen of the year, 1973
- Guide Susan Wright wins an award for highest marks on her citizenship test
- Blanch Hill receives the Bowler of the Year Award
- Mr. P.A. Hendershot is known for building violins
- Alex Taylor is a renowned woodworker in Stoney Creek
- Miss Violet Pyfrom retires from the Stnoey Creek Post Office
- Cathy Munro wins 75 awards in just two years for baton twirling
- Lisa Koblik won second place at the Science Fair at Green Acres Public School
- First prize went to Scott hawkins
- Debbie Sajnocki received the Stoney Creek Town Ring from the Mayor for outstanding athletic achievement
- Arlene Copland wins Miss Tiger-Cat and then Miss hamilton
- Leone Jackson (past president of Stoney Creek WI) donates a Victorian chair to Battlefield House
- four people met at the home of Mrs. Catherine Nelson to investigate if William Nelson was the Col. Nelson of Battlefield House

Library
- The History of the Stoney Creek Library
- "Use Your Library," August 1973
- Various activities and services offered at the Stoney Creek Library

Anniversaries, Birthdays
- Ed Danks turns 90
- Frances Miller turns 92

Olden Days
- Foreward from Elizabeth Rand, President of FWIC, 1957-59
- Invitation to the Opening of the Battlefield of 1813 at Stoney Creek as a Public Park, 1899
- Souvenir Programme, 1813-1963: 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Stoney Creek (36 pages)