Sparrow Lake News
PRESENTATION'. T. A. F. Wiancko, manager of the Eden Bank Creamery Co., has resign ed his position and left on Monday afternoon for a short visit to his old heme at Sparrow Lake, Simcoe County, Ontario. On Friday evening, upon Invitation of the president, Mr. A. C. Wells, the directors with their wives met with Mr. Wiancko at a dinner party given by Mr, and Mrs. Wells, where a pleasant evening was spent l - i good cheer and wishes for Mr, Wiancko's future. The following address was read and a beautiful suit case given to their popular manager during the course of the evening: To Mr. Wiancko: Tour resignation of the position of buttermaker in the Eden Bank Creamery is a matter of keen regret to all the members of the ccmpany. The satisfactory growth of the creamery during the six years you have had charge, testifies not only to your ability as a buttermaker, but al so to your active interest In all that would assist In making the creamery a success. We also appreciate your assistance in arranging and filling up the new creamery. Will you please accept this suit case as a token of our esteem, and allow us to extend to you and Mrs. Wiancko our best wishes for success In a new and perhaps wider sphere. On behalf of the Eden Bank Creamery Co., Ltd., A. C. WELLS, president. T. H. STUART, secretary. Mr. Wiancko left on Monday for a two months' visit to points In Ontario. He returns about February 1st and will take up some business probably in one of the Coast cities. Mr. Drake, of Armstrong, takes Mr. Wiancko's position as manager of the Eden Bank Creamery Co., commencing his duties on Monday. He comes highly recommended.