Etc. -- Wisner visit
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An unedited partial transcription of the Port Rowan column on page 5 of the 2 Oct 1919 issue of the Simcoe Reformer newspaper.

"Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wisner of Saginaw are here this week visiting his brother George and wife. This is Mr. Wisner's native village, where he as a young man learned the cabinet-making trade with the late J. C. Newkirk in the early seventies. Twenty-two years have elapsed since he was last here, and he misses many familiar faces. His sister, Miss Luella Thompson of Port Ryerse, is in charge of the family during their absence."
 
 

 
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