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  • Eight hundred get Christmas Cheer
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 30 Dec 1931, p. 1, column 2     242 families comprising of 811 individuals benefited from the Christmas Cheer fund...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 30 Dec 1931, p. 1, column 2   242 families comprising of 811 individuals benefited from the Christmas Cheer fund...
  • Firemen busy with delivery of good cheer
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 24 Dec 1931, p. 1, column 7     200 families assisted with Christmas hampers and gifts to make their Christmas more pleasant...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 24 Dec 1931, p. 1, column 7   200 families assisted with Christmas hampers and gifts to make their Christmas ...
  • Christmas Cheer in highway camps
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 23 Dec 1931, p. 1, column 1     Workers in the camps along the newly constructed sections of the Transcanada Highway will enjoy Christmas dinner with all the trimmings...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 23 Dec 1931, p. 1, column 1   Workers in the camps along the newly constructed sections of the Transcanada ...
  • Have large order (City & District)
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 21 Dec 1931, p. 7, column 1     Large order for sleighs and wagons will keep 60 or 70 men employed until February...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 21 Dec 1931, p. 7, column 1   Large order for sleighs and wagons will keep 60 or 70 men ...
  • Firemen busy preparing for Christmas Day
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 21 Dec 1931, p. 1, column 8     Local firemen are busy preparing the Christmas Cheer hampers for the needy families in the community...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 21 Dec 1931, p. 1, column 8   Local firemen are busy preparing the Christmas Cheer hampers for the needy ...
  • Owls' Club membership grows; men appreciate reading matter
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 21 Dec 1931, p. 1, column 6     The Owls' Club, named after Major Hoople's exclusive fraternity, is growing in the basement of City Hall...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 21 Dec 1931, p. 1, column 6   The Owls' Club, named after Major Hoople's exclusive fraternity, is growing in ...
  • Coppers help but need more
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 19 Dec 1931, p. 1, column 5     Five-year -old child dropped off 25 pennies to add to the Christmas Cheer Fund; more is needed...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 19 Dec 1931, p. 1, column 5   Five-year -old child dropped off 25 pennies to add to the Christmas ...
  • Relief fund outlay must be cut
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 18 Dec 1931, p. 1, column 4     $1,000 spent on fuel in less than 3 weeks; 120 families have been assisted so far...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 18 Dec 1931, p. 1, column 4   $1,000 spent on fuel in less than 3 weeks; 120 families have ...
  • Massey-Harris will announce plans shortly
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 16 Dec 1931, p. 1, column 3     Company is not considering removal of Wagon Works to Brantford...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 16 Dec 1931, p. 1, column 3   Company is not considering removal of Wagon Works to Brantford...
  • Two Woodstock plants to make new products, will employ more hands
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 14 Dec 1931, p. 1, column 7     Eureka has bought the sole rights of the Hardle Manufacturing Co. to make field and orchard sprayers; knitting equipment coming from Toronto to make boys' and mens' underwear...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 14 Dec 1931, p. 1, column 7   Eureka has bought the sole rights of the Hardle Manufacturing Co. to ...
  • Overdraft of $13,000 seen by treasurer
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 11 Dec 1931, p. 1, column 6     Board of Works, Charity Committee and Fire and Light Committee all have deficits...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 11 Dec 1931, p. 1, column 6   Board of Works, Charity Committee and Fire and Light Committee all have ...
  • Cut down trees to provide fuel
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 11 Dec 1931, p. 1, column 6     Trees that are to be cut down because they are diseased or crowded are available for fire wood for the needy...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 11 Dec 1931, p. 1, column 6   Trees that are to be cut down because they are diseased or ...
  • Unemployed men keep cheerful in "Owls' Club" headquarters
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 10 Dec 1931, p. 1, column 6     That section of city hall basement where the unemployed gather and keep warm is referred to as the "Owls' Club" after the Major Hoople cartoon...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 10 Dec 1931, p. 1, column 6   That section of city hall basement where the unemployed gather and keep ...
  • Use basement of city hall as rest room
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 9 Dec 1931, p. 1, column 3     Relief officer Bogart offers the basement at City Hall rather than the room over the market for unemployed men to wait for their jobs...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 9 Dec 1931, p. 1, column 3   Relief officer Bogart offers the basement at City Hall rather than the ...
  • Tavistock plans community tree
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 7 Dec 1931, p. 1, column 6     Needy families will be remembered in Tavistock with gifts from the community tree...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 7 Dec 1931, p. 1, column 6   Needy families will be remembered in Tavistock with gifts from the community ...
  • To open room above market to unemployed
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 3 Dec 1931, p. 1, column 2     The unemployed who now congregate on the steps of city hall waiting for word of work may now have the room upstairs in the market building to keep warm...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 3 Dec 1931, p. 1, column 2   The unemployed who now congregate on the steps of city hall waiting ...
  • Splendid recital fails to attract
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Dec 1931, p. 5, column 4     Recital to raise funds for the relief fund was attended by small crowd; article describes concert pieces...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Dec 1931, p. 5, column 4   Recital to raise funds for the relief fund was attended by small ...
  • Coke and coal to cost more during winter
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 30 Nov 1931, p. 1, column 2     Dealers in the city for coal and coke have been selling below cost; price will go up from $14 to $15.75 per ton...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 30 Nov 1931, p. 1, column 2   Dealers in the city for coal and coke have been selling below ...
  • Firemen issuing provisions to needy families of city
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 27 Nov 1931, p. 1, column 6     Woodstock firemen working with the Community Relief Committee in distributing groceries to the needy...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 27 Nov 1931, p. 1, column 6   Woodstock firemen working with the Community Relief Committee in distributing groceries to ...
  • Registration of unemployed girls to be continued
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 26 Nov 1931, p. 1, column 3     Unemployed young women and girls are still registering at the "Y"...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 26 Nov 1931, p. 1, column 3   Unemployed young women and girls are still registering at the "Y"...
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