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Decade:  1950  Geographic Location:  Stoney Creek   Sort by:  Relevance
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Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Spring 1950 
Newspapers    ...HOME and COUNTRY Th Published by e ‘ ' Ontario Women’s Institute at Toronto 5, Ontario Volume 16 SPRING, 1950 Number 1 RECORD ATTENDANCE AT SECOND PROVINCIAL CONFERENCE On May 4th and 5th, 1950, over in W women from all parts of Ontario ered together...
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Summary Issue 1950-51 
Newspapers    ... to the Copenhagen Con- ference. SUMMARY ISSUE 1950-51 MRS. R. G. PURCELL President. Federated Women's Institutes of Onlario Her personal interests include many hobbies especially in leather uork and rug-making. Slie_finds time to do all her own SEWIII'I. Mrs. Purcell's fine characicr...
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Overseas Tour Issue 
Newspapers    ... toured England, Wales, Scotland, Norway and Sweden on route to the sixth triennial confer- ence of the Associated Country Wo- men of the World held in Copen» hageii, Denmark, September, 1950. After the conference the tour was resumed with Visits in Denmark, Hol- land. Belgium, France and Northern...
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Summer 1952 
Newspapers    ... of @ntario in November, 1950. It is open to rural irls, at least 16 years of age, who have suc- Zessfully completed six or more Homemaking 3' lubs, who have shown steady improvement . 'nd definite personal progress as a club memâ€" er, and who have carried on club work of a ‘fi igh quality...
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Fall 1952 
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Winter 1953 
Newspapers    ... Bay District: 5 Institute, organized in October 1923, with twenty members. In 1925 the En’s Institute Hall was built; in 1929 a ,- was added, in 1944 a new foundation 1950 the building was painted and ricked. It has been used as a school : the other school was overcrowded, and be used, free...
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Summer 1953 
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Winter 1954 
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Summer 1954 
Newspapers    ... of Trailing Arbutus and later to keep count of the Lady Slippers, as well as various fishing trips put an end to working, thus for another winter there was a lovely sink to look at but not to use. Until 1950 a small Johnson motor supplied enough current for 12 volt lights whenever it was in the proper mood...
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Winter 1955 
Newspapers    ... commemorated its fiftieth anniversary by starting to collect articles for a local Museum. In January, 1950, Miss Powell passed away but her suggestion still lives. Sometime later it took the form of a district project for South Ontario, but all agreed the Museum should be located in the County town of Whitby...
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Summer 1955 
Newspapers    ... community who might be interested in enter- ing this field to carry on the work when it becomes established. The Hope Report stated that thousands of children in Ontario are in dire need of special education and thousands more could greatly profit from it. The Hope Report was published in 1950...
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Winter 1956 
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Summer 1956 
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Fall 1956 
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Winter 1957 
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Summer 1957 
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Fall 1957 
Newspapers    ... that had to be made. The Amsterdam Conference in 1947 was your contribution to war torn Europe." The years between the conferences in Copenhagen in 1950 and in Toronto in 1953 were marked by a closer association with the United Nations Organizations FAO, UNESCO and ECOSOC.” LIFE IN CEYLON Because...
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Winter 1958 
Newspapers    ... country, Ceylon. World security cannot be gained while two- thirds of the world is feeling insecure The members of the United Nations realized this and in June, 1950. delegates of 50 nations voted to finance an international programme of aid in agriculture. transport. industry. labour, education...
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Summer 1958 
Newspapers    ... in Canada and 63.7 in Ontario. Twenty years later, in the period 1950-54, the rate for Canada was 36.3 and for Ontario 29.8â€"a reduction of over fifty per cent in both nation and province. “In spite of the advances made,” Mrs. Francis said, “these figures are still much too high and ways must...
Home & Country (Stoney Creek, ON), Fall 1958 
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