Each week, the Gazette looks back on stories from the past. Here is what happened this week, by year…
- The Gold Club tea last Thursday was the usual pleasant affair that proves so attractive to such a large number of town folk.
- Strawberries are finished and raspberries are a failure.
- The Steamer Georgia is ready to resume her trips once more. Damages sustained in shooting the Lachine Rapids have been repaired.
- Premier Leslie Frost, Q.C., M.P.P., and Mrs. Frost were overnight guests on Tuesday at Claramount, the lovely home of Miss Lillian Boulter.
- Crofton Sunday School held their annual picnic at Wellington Park on Saturday.
- The annual open air service at Point Traverse is being held on Sunday. The service this year is on the property of Morley Helmer, overlooking the lake.
- Three youths from Prince Edward County left Monday on a three-week exchange visit to western Canada organized by the National Farmers’ Union.
- Four people escaped injury Sunday afternoon when the 28 foot cruiser they were in hit Green Island, east of Waupoos Island, and sank.
- An outboard from Prince Edward County set a new Canadian five-mile competition record at races over the weekend in Valleyfield, Quebec.
- Merton Bentley was installed as the exalted ruler of the Elks Lodge at a combined installation of officers for the Elks Lodge No. 326.
- A bus tour of the county highlighted by stops in Picton was carried out under the supervision of members of the Picton Kiwanis Club.
- Over 150 senior citizens took park in gingerbread house making and exercises at the Picton United Church hall this past week.