1912 Sep 26 – Fork River
Several people from here took in the Methodist revival meeting at Winnipegosis.
Mr. Fitzsimmon, of the Ont. L. & D. Co., was here for a short time lately.
H. McCartney, Methodist student, has left for Winnipeg.
H.H. Scrase, who has taken charge of the mission, spent several days among his friends at Winnipegosis last week.
The Fork River correspondent in the press used the word regret in one item. It sounds funny from him now. He reminds us of the fellow who tried to run with the hare and hunt with hounds. He also wants whiners to take notice. It surely must mean that for the Mowat Correspondent and himself. It’s right in their line.
John Chipla, who has been in the section all summer, has left with his family for Saskatchewan.
Wm. Ashmore, of Sifton, was here on business in connection with the Massey-Harris Co.
Harold Clark made a short visit at the home of his parents.
John Clawson was here renewing acquaintances for a short time.