In addition to tennis and lawn bowling, here are a few things that went on in the 1940s:
Activities of the Ladies Section included weekly sewing days and book reviews.
The War-workers met on Wednesday afternoons. In 1943, they made 478 garments and in 1944, they made 350, including quilting and knitting.
The mortgage of the Club premises was paid off by the end of 1945. To celebrate on March 16, at a party held by the Ladies’ Bridge Committee, the mortgage was burned.
Membership in 1946 was 41 families and increased to 46 families in 1947.
In 1948, there were 5 types of memberships: Family (40), Man & Wife (35), Ladies (13), Gentlemen (6) and Juniors (27).
In early 1948, a committee was formed to specifically address junior members of the Club. This group was called the Juniors and was comprised of 16 girls and 22 boys. There were also separate activities held for the “under twelvers”.
Skating on the two rinks was very popular. The maintenance of the rinks was by Club volunteers and the Township.
Lawn Bowling Dime Night (increased to 25 cents)
Indoor Bowling at Kingsway Lanes for 60 cents per evening
In 1947, Mary Winship and her group of Teen-Towner assisted the Salvation Army, the Red Cross, and the Chinese Fund.