This Week In History - 26 Oct 1945

26 October 1945, Peace River Record Gazette


RENO, Oct. 24-The NAR repair crew completed work on the Devost home and have gone on to McLennan, where they expect to remain for sometime.

Mrs. Matheson returned to Tuesday’s train.

George Goullet, Springburn, is expected to move to the Andrew Havirko home farm soon.

Mrs. Ray Hawley was a visitor at the Crawford home Tuesday.

Miss Seguion left on Tuesday’s train for her home in Toronto. She has been staying with her brother Fred for about a year.

Jack Ross returned home on Monday’s freight, after spending the summer in Southern Alberta.

Rod Bell has been helping Dave Sneddon for a few days.

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