Oakville-Trafalgar Journal, 30 Nov 1950, p. 6

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ry. Shotguns WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29-- TURKEY SHOOT SAT., DEC.72-2P.M. 100 YARDS WEST OF OAKVILLE STOPLIGHT NORTH SIDE QUEEN ELIZABETH SHOOT FOR TURKEYS AND CHICKENS ALL PROCEEDS TO OAK.-TRAF. MEMORIAL ARENA COMMITTEE COME ONE-COME ALL --BRING-- 22 Rifles ALL AMMUNITION SUPPLIED THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30-- FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1-- © 8.30 p.m. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2-- 2.00 p.m. Turkey Shoot, Queen MONDAY, DECEMBER 4-- 7.00 p.m. Archery, Victoria Hall TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5-- WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6-- 2.00 p.m. Central Ontario Zone 7.00 p.m. 7.30 p.m. Recreation Commission Meeting, THE OAKVILLE-TRAFALGAR JOURNAL Recreational Reminders 2.00 p.m. Western Ont. Zone Meeting at Dundas 2.30 p.m. Arena Meeting, Weston Arena 7.00 p.m. Intermediate Basketball, Toronto Victoria Hall Regular Teen Town session, Victoria Hall NN Elizabeth Way-7th Line 10.00 a.m. Children's Bowling, Oakville Bowling Lanes 8.30 p.m. Folk Dancing, Victoria Hall 7.00 p.m. Town League Basketball, H. S. Gym 8.00 p.m. Arena Committee Meeting, Council Chambers Meeting, Victorta Hall Intermediate Basketball, Toronto During the Christmas season, when buying your gifts, be they for... . LINEN HALL Christmas, the traditional sea- son of happiness and goodwill, is marred in hundreds of homes each year by Christmas-tree fir-| re es. Warning against this hazard, in The Reader's Digest for Dec ember, Donovan Fitzpatrick and David A. Weiss state: "The out- standing Christmas killer is the] @ BEDROOM LINENS, @® OR KITCHEN LINENS, stant but sticky, its beauty was preparation, YOUR CHRISTMAS TREE CAN BE A YULETIDE KILLER own tree by an officer of the National Bureau of Fire writers, did make the tree fire- gave it "such a appearance" that destroyed. One long recommended by government experts, has since brown Under- Thursday, Nov. 29, 195 Other means of ayo, Christma fire tragedy: Keg! tree outside until a few day. fore Christmas and, once it | side, keep it moist by Cutting frunlc on a diagonal and pi | the base In water. Neyer J lighted candles. Remove gq, lations of gift wrappings pb only fireproof decorations, 5, cotton or paper. Get rid of J been found to lessen rather than increase the tree's resistance to Es ignition. Faulty wiring of lights is a no- {orlous cause of Christmas-tree fives, The article urges that wir: ing be checked for worn spots and loose connections. that no elec- tric bulb touch a branch and that lights be turned off when the family leaves the house or retires for the night. free by New Year's Day, C | C FRANK G. STARK : 8 SOLICITING VOTERS OF TRAFALGAR TOWNSHIP FOR COUNCILLOR FOR 1951 Polling Hours: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. December 4th. evergreen tree' Last year 52 eopie burned to death in Christ-| mas fires. Hundreds are injured and more than a million dollars' Worth of property is destroyed, each Yule season, in the United States and Canada. The Digest article, from The Rotarian, says that many people believe certain chemicals will Tender a tree fire- proof or fire-resistant. Underwrit- ers Laboratories engineers, how- ever, say they have yet to test a solution they can recommend. A fireproofing "paint," tried on his @ BATHROOM LINENS OR SETS; @® ALSO BABY BLANKETS AND BABY PILLOW-CASES; @ LADIES' AND GENTS' HANDKERCHIEFS, condensed WE HAVE THEM ALL LINEN HALL for friendly and courteous service. OPPOSITE MUNICIPAL OFFICE BOWLIN QA 3 OAKVILLE AND DISTRICT BRANCH CANADIAN RED CROSS SOCIETY The quarterly meeting will be held at LUSK HALL, OAKVILLE WEDNESDAY, DEC. 6 at 2.30 p.m. ALL THOSE INTERESTED IN RED CROSS ACTIVITIES WILL BE VERY WELCOME Paced by Mike Nelson's 755, Coils to retain their Men's Major loop leadership Tuesday night. || | Fords gained ground on the lead- ers with a 7-0 decision over Checs who in this instance, were DOW- || erless to do anything but watch || the Fords go by. Upsets did just that to Ideals, grabbing all seven |(f| points with the material help of Pope's 678, while Green and Da- foe kept pace with Beehives by Rummies. Haltons, although they dropped seven points to Whit akers, remain tied for the fourth and last playoff spot with West- sides. Evans had the night's high single with a 308 mark, while Nel- son's aforementioned triple was tops. First eight in the standing are: Beehives 59, G. and D. 57, Fords 51, Haltons 43, Westsides 43, Air Coils 42, Upsets 42, Whit akers 40. Norm Mauls Maples Norm Withnell came through with an 899 triple to take over season's high honors, while an| unidentified Lanes visitor spilled the pins for 389 to annex the high single to date. SEEK SINGERS If you have the urge to sing-- and the voice--the Arts and Crafts would like to have you in their choral group, which is now busy rehearsing some Interesting music, Tenors and basses in par- ticular are needed, but others will also be welcomed, provided they can sing, The group rehearses every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at Lusk Hall. A film of the Winnipeg Music Festival, and a magnificent new film recently released by the Continental Concert Service were enjoyed by those members who attended the monthly meeting of rts and Crafts at the Barn Tues- evening last week. The pro- gram was provided by Dick George and Ted Kober. An excellent. mus- jcal program arranged by. Ted Kober and Pat Willan was pro- vided for the music appreciation group at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Whitney Harris Thursday evening. Tickets will soon be on sale for "Dangerous Corners," the play by J. B. Priestley which the drama group will produce at Victoria Hall Tuesday and Wednesday eve- nings, Dec, 12 and 13. The bask- etry class is meeting Monday af- ternoons at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Frank Pullen, Watson Ave. The annual Christmas party will be held Wednesday, Dec. 20 at 8.30, at the home of Mrs. James Chisholm, Dundas St. All mem- | | chalking up a 5-2 victory over ! | \ THE BEST 2 SELECTION IN 5 ORKVILLE AND THAT'S NO GUFF . . DOLLS THAT ACTUALLY LOOK AND FEEL LIKE REAL BABIES . . . AND ALL DRESSED UP COM- PLETE WITH DRESSING GOWN [2 ... SETS OF DISHES, ETC. FORE} LITTLE SUE TO PLAY HOUSER WITH ALL HER LITTLE FRIENDS. oVs} ... AND ELECTRIC TRAINS FOR JUNIOR TO ENTERTAIN DAD. THERE'S LITERALLY HUND- REDS OF OTHER ITEMS TO MAKE YOUR CHOICE FROM ... JUST MAKE A SMALL DE- POSIT AND WE'LL HOLD IT UNTIL CHRISTMAS. SLATER'S "Your Musical Instrument Headquarters in Oakville" COLBORNE STREET WEST bers are welcome. Beehives took a 5:2 win over Air | | See Our Windows For a Z | ELECTRICAL GIFTS MIX-MASTERS AUTOMATIC TOASTERS HEATING PADS ELECTRIC TEA KETTLES ELECTRIC IRONS CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTS 9 AND LIGHT ORNAMENTS J DROP IN OUR STORE AND SEE OUR WIDE RANGE OF XMAS GIFT SUGGESTIONS. 000060 nn ENTITLED TO VOTE? WHO MAY VOTE ON THESE: SUNDAY SPORTS Owners and tenants who are British subjects, over twenty- 'one years of age and have resided in Oakville since Oct- ober 18, 1950. LICENSED DINING LOUNGES Any. person, over twenty-one years of age, a British sub- ject, who has resided in Oakville since October 18, 1950. LICENSED LOUNGES Any petson, over 'twenty-one years of age, a British sub- ject, who has resided in Oakville since October 18, 1950. ARE YOU ON THE VOTERS' LIST? MAKE CERTAIN THAT, IF YOU ARE QUALIFIED TO VOTE YOUR NAME IS ON THE VOTERS' LIST. CHECK AT THE TN 'OFFICE, 28 COLBORNE STREET, EAST, ARE YOU | |

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