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  • Young prisoner dies in hospital
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 6 Apr 1931, p. 11, column 6     Simcoe man held for fraud charges died in Woodstock General Hospital where he was taken when he became ill; inquest to be held...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 6 Apr 1931, p. 11, column 6   Simcoe man held for fraud charges died in Woodstock General Hospital where ...
  • Story of rubber told Rotarians
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 6 Apr 1931, p. 11, column 5     Schierholtz, secretary of Woodstock Rubber Company, speaks to Rotary Club about the rubber industry...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 6 Apr 1931, p. 11, column 5   Schierholtz, secretary of Woodstock Rubber Company, speaks to Rotary Club about the ...
  • Won championship (City & District)
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 6 Apr 1931, p. 5, column 1     Stevens, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J.M. Stevens, student at Alma College, St. Thomas, wins badminton championship cup at tournament...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 6 Apr 1931, p. 5, column 1   Stevens, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J.M. Stevens, student at Alma College, ...
  • Unveil window in memory of Miss Banting
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 6 Apr 1931, p. 4, column 3     Former Woodstock girl worked for 4 years in the children's library at Kitchener prior to her death; honored with a stain glass window...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 6 Apr 1931, p. 4, column 3   Former Woodstock girl worked for 4 years in the children's library at ...
  • Twenty-five years ago -  April 5, 1906
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 6 Apr 1931, p. 2, column 3     Woodstock photography studio at Dundas and Graham sold to Sallows of Goderich...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 6 Apr 1931, p. 2, column 3   Woodstock photography studio at Dundas and Graham sold to Sallows of Goderich...
  • Unemployment is decreasing in Woodstock
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 6 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 6     Mayor and relief officer agree that conditions are showing improvement...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 6 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 6   Mayor and relief officer agree that conditions are showing improvement...
  • Final services in present hall on Sunday next
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 6 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 4     Congregation prepares to move into new home; Woodstock Organ Company installing a new organ...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 6 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 4   Congregation prepares to move into new home; Woodstock Organ Company installing a ...
  • Frank Murdoch dies in crash near Sudbury
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 6 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 3     Sweaburg resident killed in fatal plane crash near Sudbury; learned to fly with Capt. Tom Williams...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 6 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 3   Sweaburg resident killed in fatal plane crash near Sudbury; learned to fly ...
  • Music in the City Churches
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 4 Apr 1931, p. 8, column 1     Two columns describing the music chosen by the various local churches for their Easter celebrations...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 4 Apr 1931, p. 8, column 1   Two columns describing the music chosen by the various local churches for ...
  • Staples high gun at Friday shoot
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 4 Apr 1931, p. 6, column 4     Ingersoll man wins high gun for the day at the Good Friday shoot which opened the season for local club...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 4 Apr 1931, p. 6, column 4   Ingersoll man wins high gun for the day at the Good Friday ...
  • Embro dairy student ranks high at O.A.C.
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 4 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 7     Smith scored 970 out of 1000 at three-month dairy course at O.A.C. at Guelph...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 4 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 7   Smith scored 970 out of 1000 at three-month dairy course at O.A.C. ...
  • Oxford cattle are purchased by government
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 4 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 5     31 head of Holstein cattle from Oxford are purchased from local farmers to form foundation of herd at Collins Bay penitentiary farm...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 4 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 5   31 head of Holstein cattle from Oxford are purchased from local farmers ...
  • Native of city died suddenly in Ottawa home
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 4 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 4     Woodstock native, well-known in banking circles, passes away at his Ottawa home after a short illness; son of the late J. D. Hood...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 4 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 4   Woodstock native, well-known in banking circles, passes away at his Ottawa home ...
  • Homing pigeon club season opens soon
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Apr 1931, p. 13, column 4     Season will open May 8, 1931 with weekly races planned; prizes donated by local merchants...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Apr 1931, p. 13, column 4   Season will open May 8, 1931 with weekly races planned; prizes donated ...
  • Military honors were accorded John Greenwood
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Apr 1931, p. 6, column 6     Greenwood, member of "B" Company, Oxford Rifles, given military funeral; pipe band led procession to cemetery; salute fired and Last Post honored accident victim...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Apr 1931, p. 6, column 6   Greenwood, member of "B" Company, Oxford Rifles, given military funeral; pipe band ...
  • Setting his age at 105, John Minard is glad to see April 2
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Apr 1931, p. 3, column 5     West Oxford's oldest man, John Minard, celebrates his 105th birthday; retired CPR section man; includes photograph...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Apr 1931, p. 3, column 5   West Oxford's oldest man, John Minard, celebrates his 105th birthday; retired CPR ...
  • Former Norwich resident dies
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 6     Adams, a Norwich native, died in Toronto (1857 - 1931); formerly mayor of Brandon, Manitoba and member of the Manitoba Legislature...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 6   Adams, a Norwich native, died in Toronto (1857 - 1931); formerly mayor ...
  • Lions organize in Woodstock; elect officers
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 3     26 members join newly formed service club under the leadership of Dr. T.R. Henry as president...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 3   26 members join newly formed service club under the leadership of Dr. ...
  • Increased number of children are making deposits
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 1     35 % of Woodstock school children are making deposits into the Penny Bank; $5,163.69 on deposit...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 2 Apr 1931, p. 1, column 1   35 % of Woodstock school children are making deposits into the Penny ...
  • Retiring from brigade (City & District)
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 1 Apr 1931, p. 6, column 2     Reaburn presented with a pipe upon his leaving the fire brigade after 11 years...
    Daily Sentinel-Review, 1 Apr 1931, p. 6, column 2   Reaburn presented with a pipe upon his leaving the fire brigade after ...
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