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Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Spring 1940 
Newspapers    ... SPRING, 1940 HOME and CQUNTRY Published by The Ontario Women’s Institutes at Toronto, Ontario Number 2 President. THE LATE Lona TWEEDSMUIR. as we have done in the past.” The secretary of the Federated Women’s Institutes of Ontario has sent a win...
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Summer 1940 
Newspapers    ..., the reverse is the case, but: it still remains that both rural and‘urban homemakers would be well adVised to Put more milk on their tables. When speaking _of milk, it would be unfair to overlook cheese, the dairy product (Continued on page 2, Col. 4). Published by SUMMER, 1940 The Ontario Womenâ...
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Fall 1940 
Newspapers    ..., drove, rode horse- in. FALL, 1940 Number 3 SOME [IF From Ioti m righi ,inm. an.“ llll TIIE HmiL‘iiAmxn L‘M'u GIRLH lnl’il‘ (Unldllllnmll: .lnnv~i . in \I‘l'llllll .iriiiw liixllu AT WESTE .V FAIR .lL'NiiIlt D\\' ilm. (Hui...
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Winter 1940-41 
Newspapers    ... of the Board, Toronto. November, 1940. The President extended reetings ti, the 38 newly organized omen’s Institutes and welcomed them into the Federation. She expressed appre- ciation of the sup ort she had re- ceived from the 0 cars and general membership and the co-operation of the Department. Special War...
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Spring 1941 
Newspapers    ... seed grain so that future production of quality products can be increased Cheese The 1941 British contract calls for 112,000,000 pounds of cheese and as much more as Canada can produce. The minimum contract is 12 to 15 million pounds more than was eyport- ed in 1940. The contract price is 14.4c...
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Summer 1941 
Newspapers    ...t- tawa, and Mrs. Hammond. Women’s editor of the "Family Herald and (Continued on page 8, col. 1) REPORT OF WARTIME ACTIVITIES Periodâ€"October 1, 1940 to March 3i, 1941 (I3 months). Number of Institutes Reportâ€" ing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9’71...
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Fall 1941 
Newspapers    ... for evacuated British children and adults, or for Canadian troops in hospitals over- seas. Ten thousand pounds were shipped that fall. In 1940, the jam-making enterprise, carried on co-operatively by the Wo~ men’s Institutes of Ontario and the Ontario Division, Canadian Red Cross Society, was so successful...
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Winter 1941-42 
Newspapers    ... Tweedsmuir's book "Canada" Receipts lance October 1, 1940....$2,517.93 illeration fees & exchange 3,670.32 do of Hand Book . 4500 do of Song Sheet .. 24.78 do of life members ip pin 58.05 dc of director’s pin . . . . . . 22.50 lie of Dom. Federation pin 42.75 ‘ .lnk...
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Spring 1942 
Newspapers    ... 1937. The summary of township school areas in Ontario to October 1941 wereâ€" Areas Organized Boards Sections Before 1938 . 15 88 In 1938 _ 15 70 In 1939 â€"__ 43 213 In 1940 __ _ 26 147 In 1941 ___.__ {Si 153 130 666 Reasons for Township School Areas: 1. “The present sdiool...
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Summer 1942 
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Fall 1942 
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Winter 1942-43 
Newspapers    ... oi oflice in her own Institute and in the District of Hastings West she has been chairman of the Belleville Convention and convener of the com- mittee on Agriculture and Canadian Industries for that Area. Mrs. I-Iolmcs was elected to the Provincial Board in 1940 representing Subdivision 4. Al- ways...
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Spring 1943 
Newspapers    ... will be towards necessary conservation, for we have heard it ex- pressed ever since 1940 from Kenora to Ottawaâ€"“If it will help win the war, we'll do it". Besides that many of them will enjoy meeting this chal- lenge to their ingenuity. Note interest of children. THE LOAN LIBRARY -Would...
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Summer 1949 
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Fall 1943 
Newspapers    ...;u are now passing; that, as regards our own Institute territories, our words may be replete with all the data ll0ll| which future generations may W"? a full knowledge of the part the \\u‘ men's Institutes of the 1940's Phil'ed curing the war. Make Historical Research one of your...
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Winter 1944 
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Spring 1944 
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Summer 1944 
Newspapers    ... in agricultural instruc- tion. The programme of “Improve- ment of Rural School Grounds" start- ed in 1940 and the annual awards made by the Ontario Horticultural Association have done much to in- crease practical activities in rural schools and to develop a civic pride in the appearance of school property...
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Fall 1944 
Newspapers    ... that children must learn to discern com- mon purposes? For a very vivid illustration recall the events in Europe in the spring and early sum- mer of 1940. The so-called “ hony war" had ended abruptly wit the German swcep through Belgium and around the Maginot Line. France collapsed like a pack of cards...
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Winter 1944-45 
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