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1905 Old Home Week - return to table of contents

From The
Perth Courier
June 30, 1905,
Page Thirteen.

  • Mr. Gordon Hall spent his holidays in town.
  • Mr. John Tait, of Clyde Forks, is visiting friends in town.
  • Miss Jessie McCullough is home for her vacation.
  • Miss Mamie Jackson has returned home from Toronto.
  • Miss Cora Hughes, of Chicago, is visiting friends in town.
  • Miss Rose Fleck, of Ottawa, is visiting at Mrs. Wm. Grant's.
  • Mr. and Mrs. James Hanna, of Toronto, are here for the Old Boys' Reunion.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nicoll, of Pittsburgh, Pa., are holidaying in town.
  • Mrs. Charles Sullivan and family, of Buffalo, are visiting friends in town.
  • Mrs. Jackson, of Gananoque, is visiting her father Mr. J.F. Kennedy.
  • Mrs. J.C. Mitchell, of Myers' Cave, is in town for the Old Boys' Reunion.
  • Miss Carrie T. McKerracher, of Lynn, Mass., is visiting her parents in town.
  • Mr. Chris. Forbes, of Lanark, left for Temagami on Monday of last week.
  • Mrs. Bishop and Miss Sibbitt, of Brantford, are visiting at Mr. Geo. Finlay's.
  • Mr. and Mrs. George Lister, of Winnipeg, are visiting at Mr. Andrew Lister's.
  • Mrs. Shaw, with her little daughter Rhona, is visiting her mother Mrs. Hy. Taylor.
  • Miss Elizabeth Noonan, of Utica. N.Y., accompanied by Miss Esther Retzer, is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. D.R. Noonan.
  • Sergt. G.A. Noonan, Harper, left on Monday last for Rockliffe Camp, Ottawa, to join his regiment, the 5th Princess Louise Dragoon Guards.
  • Miss Jennie Cumming, of Perth, who has been visiting her friend, Mrs. J.D. Easton, for several days, leaves this week for Buffalo, N.Y. -- Lanark Era.
  • Mr. and Mrs. John Scott, of Winnipeg, and Mrs. Thomas Andrews, of McLeod, N.W.T., are in Perth for the Old Boys' Reunion, and are stopping with Mrs. Hugh Robertson.
  • Mr. D.S. Pratt, a prominent coal and lumber merchant, of Midland, Ont., was visiting his sister Mrs. A. Johnston in town this week, on his return from business with the Railway Commission at Ottawa.
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