Stoney Creek WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 2
Publication
Tweedsmuir Community History Collections (Stoney Creek, ON), [1972]-[1973]
:
Description
Creator
Stoney Creek Women's Institute, Creator
Media Type
Text
Object
Item Type
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
Location of Original
Erland Lee (Museum) Home
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
 
 
 
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)