1910 Apr 21 – Fork River
Mrs. Tilt came up from Dauphin last Friday.
D. Harrison who came back from England last week, passed through here for Winnipegosis. He reports having had a good rip and enjoyed himself in the Old Land.
Mr. Allan from Grand View has been making acquaintances in this district.
A dance was held in the Orange Hall last Friday night in honour of Miss J. Johnstone, who leaves for Alberta this week. Owning to the stormy night not many turned out, but those that went enjoyed themselves.
Mrs. Johnstone, with her family, left here for Alberta to join her husband.
J. Campbell who has been here for sometime, left for Gilbert Plains on Monday’s train.
Owing to the stormy day on Sunday no Methodist service was held here, and no English church service as held at Winnipegosis, both Ministers being quite unable to meet their appointments.
The English Church Sunday School and Bible Class is held every Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock. The officers are: Wm. King, superintendent; Mrs. Rice, Bible Class teacher; Mrs. Scrase, Sunday School teacher. All are cordially invited to attend.
1910 Apr 21 – Winnipegosis
The game of football is holding sway in Winnipegosis. Several enthusiastic meetings have been held and a splendid team has been organized. Subscriptions have been rolling in and the club has been established on a sound business and financial basis.
The prospects for the future success of the club are bright and hopeful. The following are the officials of the team:
President – Mart Collison
Vice – W. Parker
Sec.-teas. – Rev. W.E. Rowan
Captain – Dr. A.E. Medd
Executive Committee – Messrs. Theriow, Climie, and McCauley.
Several practices have already taken place.
Winnipegosis is established as an exam centre this year, for part 1 and entrance students.