Today in the Dauphin Herald – Feb 23 – 1911

1911 Feb 23 – Fork River

Mrs. D.F. Wilson returned from Dauphin last Saturday.
Wm. King has again been re-elected County Master of the Orange Society for the Dauphin District. C. Bailey was appointed Recording Secretary.
Mrs. P. Woods is visiting Fork River for a few days.
The Rev. A.S. Wiley, Rector of Dauphin, will conduct service at Sifton next Thursday night.
Wm. King, County Master of Orange Society, has been appointed a delegate to attend the great Conference at Brandon on March 1st, 1911.
Rev. H.H. Scrase, who was recently convalescent from the Dauphin Hospital, has had a set back and had to return. We hope soon to hear of his complete recovery.

1911 Feb 23 – Sifton

Miss May Coyne, Mrs. F.W. Nichol Messrs. Fred Farion and Felix Marantz were visitors at Winnipeg during bonspiel week.
The family of Fred Farion have been placed in quarantine on account of scarlet fever.
Wm. Ashmore, who has been laid up for some time with a broken leg, is we are glad to report able to be about again with the aid of the crutch.
Mrs. A.E. Ross, who has been sick in Dauphin for a time, is now able to be home again.
A dance and good time took place at Nichola Ogryzlo’s on Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. John Kennedy was a visitor at Ethelbert for a few days.
Mrs. Wm. Eiler is a visitor at Pine River.
Mrs. Paul Wood returned on Saturday after visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. D.F. Wilson, Fork River for a few days.
To Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Spruh, at Dauphin a daughter. Both mother and child reported doing well.

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