Etc. -- 3 leaving for Oshawa
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A lightly edited article from page 1 of the 3 Jul 1919 issue of the Simcoe Reformer newspaper.

Will Leave Shortly for Oshawa

About 40 of the members of the Missionary Society of St. Paul's Presbyterian Church held a picnic in the grove near the Jamieson house last Thursday afternoon and presented Mrs. Jamieson, who is leaving shortly of Oshawa as superintendent of a home for the children of missionaries in the foreign field, with a three-piece silver tea service and a handsome reflector. Miss Jamieson of Toronto, who was present for the occasion, was also presented with a half dozen silver spoons.

Miss Clara Hoag, who for a number of years has been in the law office of Colonel T. R. Atkinson, and is leaving as assistant to Mrs. Jamieson, was the guest of honour on the lawn of Mrs. Richard Edmonds and Mrs. J. H. McKnight, where the Mission Circle assembled last Thursday afternoon to bid farewell to Miss Hoag, who has been an active member of the circle, and to present her with a set of French ivory toilet articles.

Mrs. Gordon Small is another estimable young woman who will be greatly missed by a large circle of friends. Mrs. Small is taking over the duties as housekeeper for the institution, and previous to the loss of her husband, who was killed in action last year, was an enthusiastic golfer and her departure from town will be a loss to the ladies section of the Norfolk Golf and Country Club. Here many associates join in wishing for her a bright and prosperous future.

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