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St. Mary`s Hospital tans cabaret Power men have
Pro'/Inaial Library*
Published in Gibsons, B.C.
Volume 10, N u m b e r 7
February 16/1956.
Serving-~ihe,J5xsxm3,..
Sunshine Coast
From Squamish
to P e n d e r Karbour
and Sechelt at t h e meeting. I t .
is expected to attendance will
be fairly well representative
of t h e southern half of t h e
school district.
It is announced by t h e president ef the board:-, Mrs. Wj-nne
Stewart that, speeches and business connected with board of
trade affairs will bo kept to a
minimum so the subject of the
school bylaw will' receive t h e
major portion of the time.
'Arrangements for the attendance of Mr. Thorsteinson at
Monday night's meeting was
announced at last week's executive meeting b y t h e speaker's
committee chairman, Mr. Ed.
S h e r m a n . o f P o r t Mellon w h o ;
added that-' h e expected there
Fire destroyed the home G_V was demolished b y then. The would b e various people attenPort
Mr. and Mrs. L e n Coates, on children h a d r u n to Brum- ding t h e meeting from
Mellon.
the Payne Road, outside Gibr baugh's home, and Mr. Brumbaugh tried to telephone, but
sons, ori Wednesday afternoon, was unable t m a k e a call.
0
Feb. 15.
The line was apparently dead.
'Linda, a 16-year old daughNo further details a r e imter and a younger child were mediately avilable.
POWER-HUNGRY POWELL
a t home a t the : time. Mrs.
Len Coates is President of
RIVER, biggest single newsCpates w a s in Vancouver with, the Hcwe Sound Farmers' Inp r i n t mill in t h e world, will
her daughter Mrs. Neil Mac- stitute, a n d an active worker
A reduction '. is sought i n
recgiye ; unlimited power " supwith t h e Fair Board.
Lean,
w
h
o
is
in
hospital
a
t
the
ferry rates by Tony Gargrave,
plies 7 irc-rn B .CV Electric this
birth
of
h
e
r
first
child.
L
e
n
M.L.A. w h o h a s written Mr.
falliV Loggers a n d linemen a r e
Coates
was
away
at
work,
George
Pauliri of Black Ball
clearing / right-oifcway Vand7 erecwhile
t
h
e
other
three
children
Ferries asking for a lower
m^^^^je)Me^3^^i0
volt,
St. Mary's , Hospital Society sicn and the music will be one
w^re
in
school.
rate on fares from and to Vanlirie^vwhrcriVwill^^
^coast- announces a Cabaret Dance «_* the special attractions tb b e
couver. In his letter Mr. GarV Mrs. Dave Herrin s a w a
line ; w i l d e r h e ^ ^ p m VGheeky
presented by a novelty orehes
for7
March
16
in
the
Commungrave said:
on ^eVfiridi^'River line7northV "/ . « n " / Til _/•
V. 7 T»"** •fra^-petfially • arranged for the cloud of smoke about 1.30 p.m.,.
"In my frequent trips through
b£V Squamish; The b ^ circuit' lty Hall at Madeira P a r k , Pen- e v e j- t "V .•*'"• '•- - '
arid she a n d Dave rushed u p
the
riding, both in Powell
and" n e w substations will cost ;der Harbour.
The Sechelt Beard of Trade
/
Deccr will h a v e a S t Pat- in t h e i r truck, b u t the Vhc.ise
aboufc $5,dOb,66o arid will inm e t in Sechelt I n n Wed., Feb. River and on t h e Sechelt PenThe event is planned as a n r j c k ' s motif because of t h e
insula, I have been asked by
volve a n overhead crossing of occasion when t h e people of p r o x i m i t y b _ the "17th of Tre8thV The president, Mr. Steve
my
constituents if there is any
Jervis Inlet. Stretching 10,100 ~ t h e - v a s t - a r e a - s e r v e d by the St. land." 7Many special features
Howlett,. welcomed a new chance of a reduction in ferry
T ^ l ^ t ^ ^ Z ^ ' ^ L ^
Mary's Hospital , - extending p r e p l a n n e d and details will
meriiber, Mr7 H. Fontaine. Mr. fares in 1956.
t h e longest overhead power_ . . „ . .
.
b e announced later,
T
"The present cost of a car
D.H. McNab, manager of t h e
line crossings in t h e w o r l d ,
rom BrxUan River m J e r v *
n ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ - ^ . f ^ ^ .
Bank of M o n t r e a l . after the and driver from Powell River
-r«~w»Tf-'/,-^>'.i'"-'--*_ «V
.an^^o.^n^ellpn • cancel.,- ^1S^j0^^^eiaga6^:^'V>"''"'"'_rs/':_?.K
transfer of Mr. R. Minnion to to thfe'eity bf Vancouver in
and m i x while showing their the near future with exact
ferry fares and bridge tolls
ed president b y acclamation of
support of the outstanding pro- locations to be announced. To <,. t h e St. Mary's hospital' Auxil- Terrace, B.C., w a s a visiter.
alone, is .approximately $16.10
gress of, the hospital in recent add to t h e enjoyment of the iary at the annual meeting
Mr. R. Johnson filled in as return, of which 50c is toll on
evening, through t h e gener- Feb. 2 at t h e Club House, Gar- secretary in the absence of the First Narrows bridge. The
years.
The C o m m i t t e e i n charge de- osity of business firms of t h e den Bay. Mrs. M. Gray w a s
trip is still quite a weary one
Thursday
afternoon
a n d cided, on a cabaret" dance in area a drawing for attractive elected' first vice-president and Mr. H . Roberts of Davis Bay. and I am doing my best to imThe 27 members present disevening a week ago were spent
view of its increasing popular- and useful prizes will : take Mrs. F . Harding, second vice- cussed t h e question of garbage press t h e government with the
•by t h e crews of t h e B.C.: Powity in that i t allows for parties place. Arrangements will b e president. The secretary, Mrs. disposal, but decided t h e is- need of completion of blacker Commission checking al•made with the Liquor Con- N. Lee V and t h e treasurer, sue would come within, the top on the stretch between
most the whole system for non- tp be seated as a group.
itrol Board for t h e serving of Miss Simmons were both re- scope of Village Commissioners Kleindale and7, Sechelt. No
: An appetizing cold plate suppersistent ground ; f a u l ^ . ' i n '
Irefreshments, available within elected by acclamation.
when : they take office
after doubt because of the length of
per
is included in t h e admisb o t h t h e transmission a n d dis-'
the hall. :
' " - . - . , / .. \
Committees elected were: the election scheduled for the t r i p , ' the relative high
tribution systems on the Pen-"
Every effort is being made Fancy work, Mrs. E. Garvey, April 21.
ferry fare, wear and tear on
insula.
not only to provide a n enjoy- Mrs. E. Johnstone and Mrs. G.
the
driver and car, plus the
Utilization of Hackett P a r k
Several hours . elapsed beable evening b u t also t o de- Phillips; talent money, Mrs. B.
cost
of gas and oil, is persuadfdre service w a s resumed. A s
vote t h e total proceeds to t h e Warden; fibre flowers, Mrs R. site was discussed, 'but will al- ing many people to leave their
S t e v e Howlett said, " I t was a
funds of St. Mary's Hospital D. Mrirdoch; trading casket,, so be referred to t h e new Vil- car home a n d travel by air.
lage Commissioners. Mr. E.
m o s t unusual situation. ,We did
Society.
"I personally believe -that
Mrs. G. Philips; blessing jars, Pearson told t h e meeting that
The
general
meeting
of
the
not k n e w immediately whethMrs. Birchall; aprons, Mrs. N. picnic tables had been moved the Black Ball Line is giving
Community
e r to send a boat to Ciowholm P e n d e r Harbour
Lee; publicity, Mrs. J. Leith; to the Parksite, a n d other im- very real leadership in B'.C.'s
Club was held; J a n . 22 and ofor a t r u c k to P o r t Mellc<h".
changing transportation, picb
a b y gifts, Mrs. R. Sharpe a n d provements were imminent.
Sunday
evening's
failure ficers for 1956 w e r e elected.
ture,
and the service they are
hospital visiting committee for
Mr.
F.H.
Billingsly'
and
Mr.
^was, d u e to trouble a t the plant Mr. James Cameron w a s regiving at present is, in m y
February, Miss Simmons and
elected president along w i t h
J. 'Toynbee were
appointed opinion, generally quite satisa t Clowholm Falls.
VMrs.
Birchall.
the secretary, Mr. J a m e s Tyner
Almost completed now is the
The following a r e t h e ways committee chairmen to succeed factory, bearing in mind such
and the treasurer, M r s . Elsie
The P o r t Mellon Group
Mr. F . Mills and Mr. R. Minjsfoort extension < along Nor'
Lee.
7
Committee for Cuba and Scouts and means, committee: Mrs. B . man w h o have left this area. matters as distance and cost,
West B a y Road, (the school
travel a n d frequency* etc. No
*The following directors w e r e held a dinner Thursday even- Warden, Convenor; Mrs. M.
The board of Trade incorp- company can be asked to give
xoad a t West Sechelt), a six
Grayj
Mrs.
N
.
Lee,
Mrs.
Wilmile line to serve t h e people elected: Mr. R. Fenri, Mr. J . ing Feb. 9 in t h e P o r t Mellon liam Davis, a n d Miss E. Sim- oration committee disbanded, services over and above that,
Daly, Mr. G. Gooldrup- Mrs. Community Center for boys of
there is no further need' for it. which t h e system can econom*
in that area.
Clara
Lee, Mrs. Helen Edward- Scouting age. The 1st P o r t mons.
The power picture at Secret
A standing municipal affairs ically shoulder.
A luncheon preceded the anson,
Mr.
Ernest
Lee,
Mr.
7D„
Mellon
C
u
b
Pack
with
LeadCove is e n c o u r a g i n g / T h a t sec"I also remember a convernual meeting. A successful ^committee was appointed, by
tion is due to be energized by Wise, Mr. W. Cameron, and^'Vers G. Taylor and P . Quarry year was reported by Miss the chair, and J.Parker, G. sation that I had with you
Mrs. Muriel Cameron.
attended.
the weekend. ,
Simmons, the treasurer. Among Miller, and E.F. Cooke were some time ago in which you
The president J i m Cameron
Guests included John Wood, the numerous projects t h e named.
carefully explained that
frereported on t h e past
years , district commissioner;
L o m e Auxiliary undertook
The next meeting of the quency was the secret of sucduring
activities of t h e club. These Blain chairman Gibsons Group the y e a r w a s the purchase of Board cf Trade will be a ban- cess to any ferry system and
activities w e r e highlighted by Committee; lud Feidler, Scout a n e w washing machine a n d quet a t Sechelt' Inn, March. 28
that the wise thing to do in
the improvements t o t h e Master, 1st Gibsons
Scout new linen for the hospital. Only a certain number of tick- building a successful ferry sergrounds of t h e club b y t h e Troop; Mrs. A. Boyes repre- There was also fruit gifts don- ets will be available so accom- vice was to continue to improve
hauling
of 2,500 yards of gra- senting t h e sponsoring group, ated to patients and each of odations will not be over- service first before an attempt
The present deporably muddy condition of the gravel sec- vel for fill, most of which was Women's Auxiliary; G. Legh: the 36 babies born in the hos- crowded, Mr. Hewlett said.
was made to reduce fares.
labour. R. Finlay; D. Macklam; J . pital was supplied with a baby
tions of the Vancouver-Powell dene by voluntary
PLUMBING ADVICE
River highway, has been pre- Plans for t h e additions to t h e O'Brien, Scout Master; O. •jacket.
Sanitary
inspectors of the
tested to highways department, hall were also d r a w n u p and Johnson. L. Bi'edy, E. Preiss.
Eighteen members attended
provincial health department
Tony Gargrave CCF MLA re- approved which included an Chairman for t h e meeting was the meeting and several n e w
improved kitchen a n d toilet R. Gill, chairman c_.the Port members were welcomed. The
jus t concluded a c o u r s e
ports.
facilities.
Mellon
Group
Committee.
Mr.
in training to prepare thema
u
x
i
l
i
a
^
would
welcome
any
"Evans Jones deputy minGill
welcomed
the
guests
and
During
the
year
t
h
e
club
elves
for plumbing inspections.
young matrons who wish to
The lady who almost finishister tells m e that a m a n
future
scouts,
a
n
d
addresses
sponsored
Pender
Harbour
become members or associate ed knitting a green sock, and As a result B. Williams, sanihas been despatched to ai'ea
by J . Wood, J . members. Meetings are held then lost it, complete
area
with tary inspector for this
Wednesday to facilitate move- Athletic Senior and Junior followed
O'Brien
and
B.
Feidler.
baseball,
as
well
as
Little
Leaannounces
information
conevery second Thursday in the needles and plastic bag, may
ment of traffic," Mr. Gargrave
gue,
equipped
the
Hall
for
Dinner
arrangements
were
month.
have considered it love's labour cerning plumbing may be obsaid, "Reconstruction of road
fortunate tained at his office.
Following the business meet- lost. She is more
and. heavy rain is responsible basketball and provided t h e in charge of Mrs. R. Gill, Mrs.
use
of
the
hall
at
minimum
renE.
Preiss,
Mrs.
J.
Strayhorn,
ing tea wa served and mem- than most who lose the fruits
for. present conditions which
MERCHANTS MEETING
are prevalent all over B.C. tal to the School Board in Mrs. O. Johnson and Mrs. G. bers discussed possible ways of their endeavors. Someone
and means cf raising more found the knitting and turned
Eventual black
topping
is order that the school children Legh.
A progress report on the esAmong the coming events
funds for the hospital with the it in to Gibsons . Hardware,
only solution. This black top- of t h e district could b e accomtablishment of credit bureau
odated
with
gymnasium
facilTTYidr.y
for Scouts will be a tea and hope that the assistance offer- who in turn gave it to Coast will be presented
ping is promised soon. In the
News
to
try
and
locate
the
sale
of
home
cooked
cakesed
t
h
e
auxiliary
during
the
night's
meeting
of
iv.--.-retr.
A
meantime the department has- rnes.
owner.
It.
is
waiting
to
be
and
candy,
to
be
held
on
Mar.
next
money
making
project
chants in J o i n ""'/'.. d's harrtasked, public to... ..bear with
During the . y e a r y t h e social
ware store. 'IX:•• •.•
•;ill
them during the reconstruc- committee arranged for ba- 17 in t h e afternoon, men will be widespread because claimed.
of
the
Group
Committee
will
the
hospital
benefits
a
wide
The
foot
without
this
sock
commence
at
S
>
•
vMr.
Gargrave
zaars,
bingo,
socials
and
ether
tion period,"
be serving.
area cf the "Sunshine Coast.
will be cold indeed.
tailors arc ur£ r ..' I, r.Uei.
events.
added.
An explanation and discussion on t h e Sechelt School district school bylaw w i l l ' b e presented- by B . Thorsteinson, district' school inspector at Monday night's meeting of t h e
Board of Trade.
It is expected t h e attendance
will be heavier than usual as
ladies and visitors will b e present, • so those w h o expect to
go; should inform the officials
in charge of attendance so they
St. Mary's Hospital
tans cabaret
will have a n idea as to how
many there will be at the dinner which starts a t 7 p.m.
sharp.
'' The school district bylaw is
now i n its' last steps before being placed before the public
for approval and it is expected
Mr. Thorsteinson will, strive to
answer as . many questions as
he can on the bylaw.
A i t is expected there will
be visitors from Po?t Mellon
Ferry fare
cut sought
Sechelt has
garbage grief
Power men
have trouble
Petider Harbour
officers elected
Port Mellon
dine
HIGHWAY
PROTEST
* ' •
••
zws
LETTERS to EDITOi
A N ERROR
Editor; In your last issue
u n d e r " L e t t e r to the Editor"
you unfortunately did . not
p r i n t t w b a t I Wrote- : I', V^ote
''arid'at is pertinent t0 ask the
parents of these teenagers
" W h a t a r e YOU going to do
about it" Ycu have printed this
"What a r e WE--.going t o ^ do
about i t " thereby conveying a
m e a n i n g exactly opposite to
w h a t I wrote. The problem lies
The response to "A Teenager Lament?" of two weeks most certainly with the parents.
ago has been surprising- to say the least.
It reminds • me of the story
Not only was the response surprising but the attitude
of those responding, particularly the teenagers was also of t h e temperance crank w h o
surprising.
«svas addressing an audience
Maybe some of the younger people have an idea who pro- a n d said "There a r e 55 beer
duced the original letter because their reaction to it sound- parlours in this city and I have
ed like "fighting" replies and something must have moved not been in one cf them".
Published by Sechelt Peninsula News Lid.
every Thursday, at Gibsons, B.C.
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them to take a definite stand.
The ratio of money spent for educational purposes today
is higher than what it was when parents were at schoolj(See editorial below.) Therefore, we hope, the results of
spending more dollars per scholar today than 20 years ago
should have produced an improved type of "self starter"
"type of pupil who would be more resourceful than were the
parents at the same age.
Tfcis is theorizing in a general way but there should be
a_ element of truth in the theory or the objectives of education have not been achieved. It could well be that more
dollars have been channelled into what some people term
exfcnavagances and others, necessities, than has been
•warranted.
Having got these excellent buildings which are used
shall we say not more than 36 hours a week generally,
could they not. be put to more use on behalf of young
people?
Right, here, the old complaint that the teenagers cannot
be farusted, will arise. It does not mean the buildings should
be thrown open to them without super vision.. It does mean
t h a i whatever organized units of teenagers are in existence
should be allowed to use the space on the understanding
t h e y would be responsible for whatever happens.
A lot of tilings hinge on that word responsibility. Perhaps
today's education is suffering because -other segments of
modern living would rather not face up to .the meaning of
responsibility, it should start in high places.
Where taxes go
I t costs money to be governed these days. :
This may not be news to taxpayers but do they realize
t h e extent of this cost?
Here are a few figures to mull over, all figures except
population representing millions of dollars, covering pro•vmcM government operations across Canada:
Year
Revenues Expenditures
Population
<
1926.
$ 130
.*• $ 124
.,.8;8_)AQ00.
* :y~- • • • l ^ - ^ i : ^ - ' ^ 2 4 ^ ^ ^ ^ - :
tm&r'^t ~10;9bO,OOt5^
1945
419
346
12,350,000
.1952
1,249
946
14,600-000
1955
1,359
1,261
15,818,000
One might ask where does a considerable portion of this
t a x revenue (conae from. Here is a sample:
Year
Liquor
Gasoline
Amusements
1926
$ 16 •
$'22
!$ 4
1937
29
65
2
1945
100
89
6
1952
*
157
278
21 '
1955
149
332
20
To where does a lot of this money go? Well here are
three items that absorb a considerable amount:
Year
Welfare Education Roads
Total
O! OK
1926
$ 17
$
22
.
$ 64
y _•»_>
no
1937
44
28
. 105
1945
79
71
55
205
1952
265
204
' 182
.651
.1955
330
285
275 . 890
While it is not possible to break these figures down to
an exclusive British Columbia picture, the extent of.: the
increase in the province is generally no different than any
other except it might be on the heavier side owing to
greater populaton growth.
WhOe the provincial picture only,is shown it should not be
ibrgotieii that the same applies ifi probably the same proportion to the municipal picture.
I t should also be remembered in striving to digest these
figures that part of the increase between the years 1945
aail.1952 will be due to inflation. It was about then that
^<gT?ernments became conscious of the deep well from which
revenues •could be.-drawn coupled with increased demands
f^jfnrtlier services.We pay for what we get -- at all government levels.
Some wit in the audience
promptly piped up "Which
one,''. He should. have said "I
have not been in any of them".
Why. are people so cowardly,
that they will not sign their
own names for publication?
If an opinion is worth anything it is surely worth backing up with your name.
B.L. Cope.
Editor's note: Mr. Cope is
right. The typesetter and proof
reader are to blame for this
mistake.
DESERVES ANSWER
Editor: The Feb. 9 issue lett e r by Mr. B.L. Cope deserves
an answer which I hereby give
him.
In December an honest plea
A tour among trees
2
Coast News F e b . 16 1956
from the Sechelt Teens Group
w a s published. The Wilson.
Creek Hall was rented for a
meeting of parents in order to
see if a solution to their financial problems might be forthcoming.
These youngsters did not
w a n t something for . nothing.
Only the help of adults in
ideas that they might p u t to
use themselves, b y themselves
and for themselves.
Five adults arrived, myself
included. Mr. Cope was not in
evidence, nor any of a lot of
others I've heard expounding.
A n open letter was tried asking for suggestions by mail,
with tlie same lack of response.
Perhaps, as Mr. Cope's suggestion of renting a hall sounds
sincere, more cc-operation will
b e forthcoming, now that the
m a t t e r shows signs of blossoming into seme kind of action.
The ball might start rolling,
this time, instead of melting
into infinity, even though
I
agree that there seems to be
plenty of activity on the peninsula to keep kids occupied.
Maybe they just need the assurance that we think they are a
good bunch, and riot a lot of
Reform School Fugitives. Let's
give them a hand folks!
E. Lumsden, Sechelt.
uals. Have they not the courage to put their names to t h e
letters? Why not come
forward, so as some of us teenagers over 60 years can h a v e
a go at them to find out w h a t
makes them tick. . •What have they against tlie
world. All people have the
right to say what they think
but it is the same old ' tale
what I' was told 50 years ago
and also m y father was told.
We did not have this and t h a t
while we did net, w h y be bitter and hold it against the
young kids of today. Forget it
and get a new saying. H e r e
are a few teenagers over 60
years young at Granthams
Landing willing to do w h a t
we can for them. We have a
fine hall with games etc. My
hat's off to Mr. B.L. Cope of
Roberts Creek. Come on teenager letter writers, let's h e a r
from you and put your names
at the bottom of your letters,
don't hide behind "teenagers".
BY EDWARD J. ATLEE
shores of - to t h e m - the new
A.F. Wheeler
.o
"Tfte trees of the Lord a r e worldV
Granthams Landing.
full of sap: the cedars of LebBut come down the coast to
anon which H e h a t h planted; California, and there view in
w h e r e the birds m a k e their all their splendor, "the Three
nests: as for the stork, the fir Sisters", giant Sequoias of Caltrees a r e h e r house."
veras. The tallest living t r e e
measured
was 325 ' feet' in
U p to a few years ago, half.
height;
but
the largest one
a m i l e from the Gibsons Post
One single investment can make
Office, stood the remains of a .7 was overthrown by storms and
you a part-owner in over 100
m i g h t y Douglas fir. Thick. was estimated at 425 feet high.
widely diversified, carefully
The "Wellingtonia". is the
b a r k h u n g down in sheets from \
selected
securities. For full 7
A GOOD HEADING
40 feet u p . The base was about mammoth of trees, the coast
details contact your Investorr-.
Editor: ' A good heading
seven feet through, and in the redwood being used for lumSyndicate representative:;
f
lightening blasted top, year ber. Another large tree found " L a m e n t " for the replies t o
your
letter
of
Feb.-"'2;
We
call
Write
or
Phone
y
after year, a pair of herons ber.Another very lafge tree is
NEVILLE ASTLEY v
m a d e their nest and brought''"' the Baobab or Monkey Bread this Sunshine Coast. It should
be
North
Pole,
as
there
is
so
District.. Manager,
ri\
tree
found
in
Africa
and
u p their young. I assure you:
1
much
ice
water
thrown
on
503-640
W.
Hastings
y
Australia.
The
f
r
u
i
t
is
t h e scraping of their bills
teenagers.
Phone Marine 5283
7$
coupled with their peculiarly wood, but the juice pro:
Vancouver 2. B.C. •' '73*
h a r s h voices in the dead of t h e vides a cooiing beverage; the What is the m a t t e r with the
night h a d quite an eerie effect- V leaves are used ; medicinally letter writers, five in number
- and for food; 7:, the hollow and one signed by 28 indiyidon human 5 ears.
The 'old snag* is gone now • t r u n k i c r a jail.
:
And here's to t h e oak, the
and Mr. and Mrs. Heron have;'
I t r u s t , ' found other suitable brave old oak, who has stood
• in the green wood long.... .
lodgings.
There a r e 300, species
pi
I.O.O.F. Sunshine Coast
A few days ago, I witnessed ''• this noble tree dotted over
Lodge
No.76 meets Gibt h e felling of a Douglas fir. various parts of the globe. A
son's
Legion
Hall 2nd and
n e a r t_ie Gower Ppint road. noted one is Robin Hood's, oak
4th
Friday
each
month.
T h e two fallers were . Ran » i n Sherwood Forest, about 26
Vernon and m y son J o h n . Ran miles from the lace making
gave the age of this fallen; city of Nottingham. Seventeen
monarch as a thousand years/. people can stand inside it. I
A thousand years! Just think' have passed by it a number of
w h a t was taking place in tiiis
stood.. .within . it....
v times and
• £i£wSt JS-T*' 7-*W "* *•
^WOrid—wh^
^ ^ K e r e ^ '%re - " o t ^ F T ^ H e n f f n a k s ;
'"more'*tiian''*a sapling. I h t_ie in the vicinity. Some have
y e a r 959 Edgar was King of wrought iron pot hooks hangEngland. I n 987 Hugh Capet ing inside; One version is that
s
w a s king of France. In 1057 they served a dual purpose:
S
Malcolm the third was King of , "hanging deer and men".
Scotdand. I n 1065 Westminster \
Now go . south about 30
Abbey was founded b y Edward : miles west of London to Burnt h e Confessor. And so we could ham Beeches, a National park.
go down through the centuries These beech trees look like
SEND
until the first sailing ship, ancient oaks, hollow and rug..,81* «» " « "
REQUESTS
manned by white men. passed ged. The trunks were cut off
FOR
„/ tic thi«t*
CATALOGUES
you vont
in the distance, surveying the , about 18 feet from the ground
TO
(0r the !*i*ay
EATON'S
-nd the home—
X b y Cromwell's soldiers for fire
MAIL ORDER
ta»t time,
WINNIPEG
' wood; these
beeches
then
save monty
sprouted, sending out huge
arms,
which today afford shade
BY MRS. A. A. FRENCH
• An' unusual flock of birds to sightseers and picnic par.. •'• . ••••
have been seen around Sechelt. ities.
Now
slip
over
to
the " P e a r l
They are quite large and some
a r e light green and some dark, of the Indian Ocean", Ceylon,
with, cream colored bills and : and view the stately ebony
cream colored wings,
also forests. This hard wood is well
the Hebrew
touches of black on the wings. i named f r o m
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Laugh-in "eben", a stone. Another hard
visiting, from.;Knight Inlet are- • a n d expensive, wood. . is the
Canada's Biggest
guests of Mr. . and Mrs. L. .?•'lignum v i t a e " of ...the West
Indies; and last, but not least,
Brachett.
Mr. G. Stone, the local bar- t h e t r e e which blooms for us,
at Your Service
b e r has moved into a small o u r B.C. emblem, the Dogwood. .'•'.cottage near Shell Station.
for Your Spring Needs!
The Roy Taylor family of
West Sechelt <have moved into
B. W. M. BONE
Sechelt.
yx Vm v t//vr€^/.E;ATON4^^^^7^^ :&
Chartered
Accountant
Miss Madelaine Joneson of
'
• '•:..'-•:
C . ; / A — w \ ; ( i v ! )>.••&.%& ::Xhd:->A ."<.....•:•.•. ••;•*•;:
t h e teaching staff has been on
1045 West Pender St.
sick leave for a w e e k / She
TAtlow 1954
will b e back a t school shortly.
VANCOUVER 1,- B.C.
Mrs. L a u r a Potts a n d Miss
Helen Potts visited Vancouver
t o attend the wedding of W.
Harrison and Lillian Perkins,
well known in Sechelt.
Mrs. T. Walker and daught e r Beverly are off to Courten e y on a visit.
Mris. Magaret Gibson back "•
after a wonderful holiday in
can be financed by government
Quebec with h e r family. She
also called on the Simnings,
late of Sechelt and t h e y send
Home Improvement Loans
greetings to all old friends.
J o a n is now married and
at your local bank
S h e r r y is quite the young
lady going to .boarding school.
Become a PartOwner in Industry
g o P AM© i
AV6 *HE
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Sechelt News
Shopping Centre
Sechelt Legion elects officers
A t tlie a n n u a l meeting of
B r a n c h 14© Canadian Legion,
Sechelt, B.C. J o h n Yewdall
w a s elected president for 1956.
O t h e r s elected were: Vicep r e s i d e n t J . Fontaine; recording' secretary, <J. Russell; correspondence s e c r e t a r y , J.
BKcnjiming: treasurer, J. DolsM_t; executive, JL. Hansen,
Heskin, Sim, Steed, McLeod,
Bkargess and l&arsk; sgt. a t arms
Sfiart Hoiroyd; Hon. F a d r e , W.
SSufh: p o p p y fund A. Johnston, J . Mayne and TV. Smith;
trtrstees, C.G. Luckem, J . Burg s s s . a n d Bert Sim.
Bingo will be continued under -"©halrman Louie Hansen.
©Sher-activities are being arr a n g e d this y e a r . Meetings a r e
b e M on the second Tuesday i n
each rarerath and certainly welcome any n e w members in the
district..
P a s t President J . Browning
•installed officers of the Ladies
Auxiliary for 1956 in an impressive ceremony in the Legion Hall. The officers
are
Mrs. M. Livesay, sergeant at
arms; Mrs. C.G. Lucken first
vice president; Mrs. I Biggs,
second vice-president; Mrs. J.
Peterson, treasurer; Mrs. D.
Browning secretary; committee
members, Mrs. C. Mayne, D.
Erickson, G. Reid and A. Batehelor. The president is Mrs. A.
A. French. Mrs. M. Hoiroyd is
past p r e s i d e n t .
Comrade
Browning complimented the
Auxiliary on its work also' on
the way the meetings are conducted.
MEMBER WILL SPEAK
Tony Gargrave MLA is prep a r i n g his itinerary to enable
CANADA GROWS
h i m to visit all parts of the ridCanada's population at J a n . ing w h e n the legislature ad1, was 15,818,000 according journs next month.
to the Dominion Bureau of.
Any organization
wanting
statistics. During 1955 the their local member to address
population increased 379,000. t h e m should write to Mr. GarThe 1954 increase v;?s 404,000 grave, Parliament
Buildings,
and in 1953, 386,000.
.Victoria, B.C.
HOME IMPROVEMENTS
Consult os for free estimates
Write 1531 Haywood Ave., West Vancouver, or Phone Collect West 2372R
Before y o u complete arrangements w i t h your building contractor or supplier, consider t h e appearance of your
fireplace. I t occupies a large
portion of any one wall, a n d
• usually is t h e focal point i n
the room.
There is a new brick for construction - t h e new Mediterr a n i a n Tile, a variant of t h e
Roman tile, which is eminently suitable. I t is thicker, a n d
without t h e v e r y deep, horizo n t a l serrations of the Roman
tile. The bricks a r e cleanly
broken and have a full surface.
Tlie colors a r e n e w and beauti-
ful, soft greyed pastels, true
stone colors. There are six of
these soft shades, any two of
which, o r all six for that matter, will combine i n delightful
effects.
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*
While looking f o r something new, different, o r improved, I really found it.
Beauty-Tone light bulbs, n o
less. These a r e pink inside instead of white. To look at,
they're t h e palest imaginable
tint of pink. When lit, they,
dispense a soft light, which serves t 0 accentuate t h e color
scheme in a room, without
glare or harshness. They're
ideal for living-room lighting,,
hall-way lights or other areas
w h e r e glare can b e unkind..
They come i n various sizes,
arid tri-Iight sizes too.
Another modern note for
the housewife is the new electric range, fully
automatic,
with t h e biggest oven you've
ever seen. What a. stove this
is! Gleaming white, of course,
except for the colored dials in
t h e higher back. The door has
. a new non-fog glass panel, recessed oven light, and dozens
of new features. In the cottage
Entomologists figure there
style, this stove is only 30
inches, wide, too. So far, there a r e 6,000 pests or potential
a r e only three of these stoves pests among t h e 700,000 variin British Columbia -and all eties of insects identified' to
three on the Peninsula!
elate i n Canada.
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Here is something you should have!
The New B^e^uae RANGE
Electric .— Fully Automatic
A
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W i t h a $ 6 0 Allowance o n y o u r Old R a n g e
The Automatic Apartment Size; is a remarkable Enterprise Range
. Designed to fit into tlie most compactly planned kitchen
Practical, Modern, Rugged, and Beautiful. Come in and see this.
We Offer Another Surprise!
CONNOR DYNO - GLEANER
% h.p. Motor
Powerful Suction
No; Dust Bag to Empty
Complete Tool Set
COWPARE
THESE
FEATURES
ALL THIS
Full-size all steel construction
Spflp' 1_F •<%?£#
CHESTERFIELDS and CHAIRS of the FAMOUS HAMMOND LINE
are Coming Soon! There Will Also Be FINE DRAPERIES and BLINDS!
We know ybui will find these .worth waiting for
^ #% L IL 21
CK %}
SECHELT
PHONE 3
sisters
Attended bj- h e r t h r e e sisters Miss Susan Wallis, daughter of Mr. a n d M r s . EVE. Wallis
of Granthams Landing w a s
married to Mr. Raymond A.N.
Whiting on F e b . 4.
The wedding was held in
tlie St. Bartholomew's church
in Gibsons, t h e Rev.
Canon
Oswald officiating.
The bridp given i n m a r r i age by h e r father, wore a
gown of w h i t e nylon lace a n d
tulle over satin, a shoulderlength veil, held b y a c a p of
lace and seed pearls. S h e carried a bouquet of roses a n d
freesias.
Matron of honor, Mrs. Dick
Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Duval
Gaines wore blue, Mrs. D o n
•Sleep was in rose, a n d t h e are pictured following their
bride's third sister J o a n w o r e wedding a t S t . J o s e p h ' s
yellow, each i n n e t over
shimmering taffeta. EJach car- Church, Mission City, B.C. on
ried a white n e t muff, . w i t h Jem. 7. Mrs. Duval, the former
shattered carnations and steph- Margaret Reay, was attended
anotis matching h e r gown, a n d by Miss Martha Campbell, alflowers i n h e r thair.
so of Mission City. The best
The groom w a s attended b y m a n w a s Gunnar Wigard, of
Mr. Orville Shogan a s best
Selma P a r k .
man, and the ushers w e r e M r .
-Following, the - reception a t
Dick Gaines and- Mr. ; MorrisNygren;*;P&rerits-tot both b r i d e the-.'Bellvue Hotel, tlie"- couple
and groom, families and m a n y left for a southern honeymoon.
friends attended.
They will reside i n Selma
A reception i n t h e P a r i s h P a r k .
hall followed t h e ceremony, a t
which the toast t o t h e bride
Canada's Imperial Measure
was proposed b y Mr. William 8s one-fifth larger t h a n that of
Gilbert.
t h e United States.
Out of town guests includr
ed t h e brides grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Wallis, a l so Mr. and Mrs. M. Begg, M r .
D. Sleep, Mr. a n d Mrs. P . Banm a n and Stephan, Miss Sheila
Geddes, Mrs. M . F a r q u b a r a n d .
Miss J . F a r q u h a r , Mr. . JX,.
Whiting and M r s . B.J. Wallis,
Miss Anne Coates and M r . a n d
Mrs. L . Delong a n d their son.
Young Mr. and Mrs. Whiting left o n a t r i p t o points
south for their honeymoon, t h e
bride.lovely i n a gold wool
suit with matching accessories
and a gardenia corsage.
FULLY COVERED?
WATCH FOR THESE!
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Coast News F e b . 16 1956
Sechelt News
BY MRS. E. _LUMSDEN
Mr. Howard
Manley, a
nephew of Mr. and Mrs. B e n
Salter is h e r e from Ladner, B .
C , to spend an indefinite t i m e
a t Porpoise Bay with them.
Miss Doreen Doyle, Sechelt,
has,been i n St. Paul's. Hospital
for afeout a week. ; Her m o t h e r ,
Mrs. Dorah Doyle and b r o t h e r
Roy a r e with her.
Miss Gail White, West S e chelt, spent a week i n Vancouver w i t h Mrs. R. Whyte, a sister-in-law, while she p a i d a
few visits t o the dentist.
Paper is good protection
— if it's in-the shape of
an insurance policy.
What coverage have you?
Be sure you have
Complete Protection.
N . Richard McKibbin
INSURANCE
Phone 42
Gibsons. B.C.
Over 20 Years
of Insurance Experience
MEN'S- WOMENS-CHILDREN'S
ANNUAL- FEBRUARY
FOOTWEAR
FEB. 18th TO FEB. 29th
MEN
LADIES
80YS-GIRLS
LARGE
: CHILDREN
SELECTION
£3S5ML_3£_iSH8S&.. ..flSISBSaB-
of BARGAINS
Fine White Boots
BROKEN LINES
Slightly Shop Soiled
Penny Loafers
(t
Were Regularly $7.95
<F
Suede Loafers
C
Formerly $795
T
Fine Oxfords
£
Regular Price $13.95
T
Romeos Reg. $4.99
Sale
PR
Brown Oxfords Sale
PR
Were $1.75 Pr.
banda-$
PR
Sale
Men's Boots
Wooden Heels, Soles
Ideal for Gardening, etc,
Reg. 15.15
!e
OTHER MAKES & STYLES, 25% OFF
I
IOC
Priced for Cash
W e r e $2.75 P r .
Sale
Pumps - from $2 t o $3.65
Oxfords - from 50c t o $4
Straps - t o $ 4
Were $2.80 Pr.
White Sandals
Startling Buys - Prices Slashed
Below wholesale!
$2
Girls Strap Oxford Q I
,
C9
Regular Price $3.75
&&*&
«P&.
ASK ABOUT OTHER BARGAINS
SIMILARLY PRICED
Mostly Cuban Heels, (Medium)
BLACKS, BROWNS, KIDS, CALF, PATENT
LAE23ES' RUBBER OVERSHOES
LOOK! $ 1 to $5.
OUR REGULAR STOCK OF
Ladies' Fine Shoes
25% OFF
ALL CASH PURCHA SES
BIG SAVINGS in CASH BUYS on THESE SHOES at
GIBSONS
spent the weekend in Pender
Harbour visising with h e r husband who is one of the ne-v
By Judith Fletcher
Mr. Hope Heard is convales- owners of tiie Garden Bay
cing in St. Mary's Hospital Shipyards.
Mrs. Eunice Finchham has
after his recent illness.
Mr. P . Cream of Vancouver, a crew of men putting the finhas moved into ' the Harbour ishing touches to the new h o - '
area.
tel which she is building on
Mr Robert Graham has re- the highway near Madeira
turned home to Pender Har- Park. Work is being rushed
bour after spending the past so she can ouen the new hotel
two weeks in Shaughnessy Mil- for guests early this spring.
itary Hospital in Vancouver.
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Mr. D.B. Greenwell of t h e
Mr. Bud Seney, son of Mr.
Hume and Rumble Co. cf Van- and Mrs. Glen Seney is attendcouver, is guest at the Garden ing school ori Vancouver IsBay Lodge.
land.
/
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Dr. John Playfair has
reThe many friends of Mr. turned to Pender Harbour afNorman Lee learn he has been ter spending a two weeks holiconfined to St. Mary's Hospi- day at Sun Valley, Idaho.
tal for the past week but is
Miss Diana Lloyd, daughter
now convalescing
of Mr. and Mrs. A. Lloyd, and
Mrs. Pixie Daly of Vancou- student of York House school,
ver, spent the past weekend Vancouver, is spending the
visiting her •3on=;.
weekend in the Harbour.
Mr. G. Styaiu of Vancouver,
is a newcomer to the Plarfoourj
Mr. J.R. .Drake, cf Vancouver is regis tare'1. at the Gzry.
den Bay Lodge.
Mr. Jack Potts, Postmaster
at Irvine's Landing., vpas a visOh request, we will
itor to Vancouver during ihe
your Timbered Land
' weekend.
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Coast News Feb. 16 1956
NEWICK — BROWN
The marriage of Miss Donna Brown, second daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James Brown of
Irvine's Landing to Mr. Neil
Newiek, c!f Madeira Park, took
place on Friday evening, Feb.
10, at St. Mary's Anglican
Church, Garden Bay. Rev.
Canon Green officiating.
Miss Dolores Brown was
her sister's bridesmaid, while
Mr.j F r a n k
Campbell was
best man. Mr. James Brown
gave his daughter in marriage.
After the wedding the reception was held in the Irvine's
Landing Hall where 85 guests
wished the newlyweds happiness. Mr. F r a n k Campbell pr opposed the toast to the bride. A
seven piece orchestra provided
music for the dance
Mr. and Mrs. Newiek are
spending their honeymoon visiting coast cities.
Joseph Hayhur'st Duff, well
known resident of Welcome
Beach passed away suddenly
at -his home, MCnday Feb, 6th.
He was born at Gateback,
Cumberland, Ehgland, coming
•to Canada in his youth and resided in Vancouver for a number of years before retiring to
Halfmoon Bay.
About 16 years ago he was .
badly injured in an accident
whilst working at his trade of
boiler maker. So' serious were
his injuries that it was feared
h e would never vv'alk again.
H e retired in 1045, and purchased land at Welcome Beach
where he cleared several, acres
Raising family; keeping up tre", provide scientific
exerand built the house known as
cises,
to
strengthen
polio
weak'Duff'N'Dorf, his own
n a m e housework is all part pf day's
and the latter end of his sis- work for Mrs. Doreen Hazel- ened muscles. When it is imter's Mrs. E. Klusendorf, who . wood-, wife of Vancouver news- possible to reactivate stricken
OS
muscles patients learn to use
shared the home with .him,y .
paperman,
who
gets
about
on.
others in their stead. .-.Mrs.
The beautiful garden' was : -' crutches after attack of polio
H a.z e 1 wcod is
enthusiastic
his main interest and he would early in '54.
about kind and thoughtful atproudly show visitors his flowCruise and Evaluate v
Mrs. Hazelwocd has been a
from
ers and. present them .with, day.;-patient at'Western, Reha- tention she receives
WITHOUT CHARGE
fruit .and vegetables upon lealy-* bilitation Centre'• ibr 6-mdnths; Western Centre staff...
Typical
staffer,
is
Canadian
r:
• * * „ . * '
ing. He Vvyas working in the* (above) gets instructionsyjEromy.
We are in terested in Purchasing Gutting
Mahood.
garden'-he, loved so well when" Remedial P-T Instructor ; Alex'. Army trained Alex
"Mr. P . Bra.ic;?,. d'f Vancouwho -spent
five- years 7.at ver, is now residing at Garden
.--'-'-'-Rightis. on Any Second Growth Area, or
he died: He was a student .of. . Maho.cdV •'
Shaughnessy
before
coming-Jo
the Bible and loved to .,.sing.r
7;;
"Housekeeping : -with crut- Western four years ago. Help Bay. ' " •
Will Purchase Land and Timber.
the .hyrajris he had learned in
Mr.
Carl
Remmem
spent
last
ches? .••-- just like any other in providing, funds, buildingshis boyhood days.
'•'"
in
housewife!" explains Mrs". Haz- and equipment for Western Re- weekend visiting friends
write Box 431, The, Coast News, Gibsons.
Vancouver
andNew
Westmin•' His' • Wife predeceased
him el wood, w<h0 makes a happy- habilitation Centre is an imsome, years ago. Besides his •home for hubby and daughters portant part of the work of ster.
Mr: A.F. Hr&rgreaves of Vansister he leaves one son, Hugh,; ".Ann- 3, and C a r d , age 4V&.
the ' Kinsmen C l u b ' s B.C. couver, is a guest at Garden
of, Vancouver, and relatives in
Daytime visits' to the "Cen- POLIO FUND.
Bay Lodge.
*
England.
on the Sechelt Peninsula, LOGS and; PILING
Mr. Ian Pei'cival. of West-,
The Rev. Canon Oswald con- were entertained to supper at .•view, spent; a few cteys in the
at Your Roadside Landing.
ducted the funeral service a t - the Cafeteria.
C\
Harbour
during
tlie
past
week.
St. Hilda's Church, Sechelt.
BY PAT WELSH
At the February meeting of
Mr. and Mrs. J a m e s Cox, of
which was filled with friends
News
has
been
received
that
and neighbors from Welcome the Women's Auxiliary to the Pete and Gretta Jorgenscn, Anderson Bay, Texada Island,
one T O M D A V E y , Gibsons B.C.
Beach, Redrooffs. .and Half- Community church three new visiting relatives in Denmark, were visitors to the Harbour
moon Bay. He was laid to rest members were welcomed. Let- are having a' wonderful time on Saturday. .
"Mrs. Erling, of Vancouver,
in the Family Plot in Moun- t e r s - w e r e received from Mrs. meeting old friends, going to
tain View Cemetery, Vancou- Molinnis and Miss Laidlaw dances, and. being entertained.
thanking for the the bonds
ver.
A newspaper picture of
raised
by the communities of
Pall bearers at the church
Pete's Dan's 80th birttiday
service were his friends
J. Hillside, ' Lorigview and Port party was sent with everyone
Cooper, A. Rutherford,
F . Mellon for Ray Molinnis and looking happy and Pete and
• I ....
. . - . ' • - '
.
•••.:,
Ciaydon, R. Cormack, T.. Ny- Susan Laidlaw.
Gretta l o o k i n g marvelous.
A short account
of
the They report the weather as
gard and C. Nygard. The sym- '
pathy of all residents of the work being done b y the Adop- being extremely cold.
Halfmoon Bay area is extend- tion Committeee for Aid to
The Halfmoon Bay. ^Players
ed to his sister Elsie, who for Displaced Persons "' • was ygiyerir met in the school room Feb. 2.
The B.C. Branch who have A play was read and parts actmany years looked after Joe,
and helped him when the go- m a d e themselves responsible ed by members previous to
for the 107 families in Gold- casting.
ing got rough;
hoefe
Camp in S.W. Germany
At the graveside were 20 of
* * *
has
already
found friends for
his friends including members
Redrooffs Auxiliary to St.
of ' his family, The
p a l l three quarters of these unfor- Mary's Hospital Garden Bay
bearers were R. Leatherdale, tunate people, who, because met at the home of the presiB. Godfrey, W. Bye, F. Koare, of age or ill health; are unable dent, Mrs. J.- Meikle, WelPhone
SECHELT
94 R
aH neighbors; H. Woodman to emigrate nor are they able come Beach on Feb. 1. Plans
to return to their homelands fcr the summer fair got underand A. Duff.
behind .the Iron Curtain.
way and all members are al*
* . *
ready working for the various
Living in disused barracks stalls. Bingo will be held in
and huts, on a minimum sub- mid-March to be announced
MRS' M. WEST
sistance" allowance paid by the later.
Mrs. Cunningham of Van- German State the
majority
Halfmoon Bay Recreational
couver is visiting Mr. and Mrs. have no work, nothing to ocDon Dunham. Mrs. Dunham is cupy their minds ancl easily Committee showed a collection
of films at the school room
a daughter. »
succumb to lethargy and des- Feb. 11. The attendance was
Mr. and Mrs. Bursey and pair. The aim of the B.C.
ny Size
fair. As films' will be shown
Verna Bursey spent the week- Branch (secretary, Mrs. J . P .
regularly, it is hoped more
end in Vancouver where Ver- •Schultz, 422 East 19th. St.,
But Only The
people will turn cut to see
na was guest of honor at a North Vancouver) is to find
these interesting and instrucshower held in the home of each and everyone a friend to
Best
tive pictures.' Films
shown
her aunt Mrs. Matthew Gild- encourage and; help them. This
were $1,000 for ' recreation,
roy.
Quality
postal adoption needs only; a Craftsmen at Work, Lets all
The -Marleau residence was little time, a very little money sing together, Cliff Hangers,
the scene cf a happy reunion (for the occasional letter and and Introducing the A r t of
8i Guarantee
recently when Mr.
Eugene parcel) patience,
understand- Figure Skating.
STANDARD
Marleau of Ottawa was t h e ing, an open heart and no exMrs. W. Graves was the
. SERVICE ..TIRES guest of his cousin Mr. Nar- pectation of anything in reprojectionist. A silver collec6.00 X 16 - $ 1 3 . 9 5
cisse Marleau. It is almost 25 turn.
tion was taken to help defray
years since the cousins met.
6 , 7 0 X 1 5 - $14.95
The W.A. felt that adoptions expenses.
The NEW SES&g&LSNG
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Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Man-' should be undertaken personFul-Fii BATTERY
Mr. Ed. Edmonds of Halffen of Hillside is Mrs. Man- ally rather than by a group,
OUR MUD & SNOW
moon Bay suffered a painful
gives you Extra Power. Needs less
ton's mother, Mrs. Rumble. but that everyone would help accident Sunday. While workServicing. Requires water only 3 times
TIRE ALSO HAS A
This wonderful lady will be to collect food and clothing ing underneath the home, of
a year in normal car use. Assures you
and defray postal expenses for
91 in April and regularly atLBFETIME
Greater Satisfaction.
members who would like . to his daughter Mrs. Doug Foley,
tends- church and social events help in this work.
* A-- a log slipped and the . house
in Fort Mellon.
toppled crushing his chest. He
Mrs. Nowee visited Vancouwas rushed -.jtp; St. Mary's hos-,
ver to meet her son and his
pital, where' ityvtfas found h e :
wife and Mrs. Christopher
had fractured several ribs and
Set to Clear, as we are going into DRY CELL BATTERIES
suffered severe shock.
Trb\yei\ and their 10 month
Mr. and Mrs. K.. Henderson
old son Bobbie, in town from
for Still Greater Satisfaction to our Customers.
and E|ebbie are visiting relatheir Kitimat home. Mr. Trowtives ih Vancouver for a week.
er was a candidate in the re6 Volt CAR BATTERIES, from $ 1 2 . 1 0 up
Mr. Nelson Darling of Vancent Kitimat elections.
couver week ended at his sum1 2 Volt TRUCK & BUS, Reg. $ 2 9 . 9 5 NOW $ 2 3 . 0 5
Those who braved the inclemer
home.
ment weather to hear the re6 Volt HEAVY DUTY DIESEL, Reg. $ 5 8 NOW $ 3 7
Mr. Franck Lyons has report of the 1955 United Naturned home after undergoing
FOR FORD PRODUCTS, H.D., Reg. $ 2 8 . 8 5 NOW $ 2 1 . 0 5
tions Youth Pilgrimage by
surgery for the removal of his
David Sherman
and
Bud
right eye. He feels well and
White spent a very enjoyable
will not be going back • to
evening. Mrs. Swartz, presiShaughnessy for some time.
dent of the W.A. was in the
Mr. Roy Bolderson who has
chair.
been confined to St. 'Mary's
Ten Scouts and three LeaHospital, has returned home.
ders of the 1st Roberts Creek
Scout Company were guests of
NEW RECORD
the Port Mellon Group ComThe 1954 season, which saw
36 ships load at Churchill, set
mittee on Saturday afternoon.
GIBSONS
PHONE 113
a record for the northern
After touring Canadian Forest
wxyy^^^yyXi^^^cx^xsi^AyyyyA^
c; s^s*>!5Sbaiss3s««Ee;
Manitoba seaport.
Products Kraft P u l p Mill they
ffysaa K*
WILL PURCHASE ANYWHERE
GGERS!
prepare now Tfor the
'
v ^
Get Supplies & Repairs at
SOLA LOGGING SUPPLY, Ltd,
ie.
COMPARE THESE BATTERY PRICES:
NOW-COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS
The €oasi Mem 5
FOR SALE
KELP WANTED
L
HILL'S- MACHINE SHOP
JOHN J. DUNKIN
CLASSIFIED RATES
TOTEM FLASHES
Wanted: Female Head Cook
Mobilized Welding
Doctor of Optometry
Gcwer Point: Vz acre of wa- Welding Anywhere — Anytime
• v-15 words for 50 cents plu_ for Hospital. Ability to order
February 19th, 1956
ter
front with small summer
906 Birks Building
Expert Tradesman
iwo cents a word over 15. Con- and guage food requirements
essential. Assistant Cook also home, a lovely place to spend
VANCOUVER,
B.C.
Precision Machinists
ANGLICAN
secutive rates available
required. Apply t o Adminis- your holidays, Full price only Phone 54
- R e s i d e n c e 152
1st Sunday i n Lent
With t h e exception of con- trator, St. Mary's Hospital; $2,100.
Elphinstone
Road:
Very
comSt.
Bartholomew's,
Gibsons
8
BUILDING BULLDOZING
tinuous accounts, a 10c faook- P e n d e r Harbour.
fortable home, only a block
11 a.m. Sxmday School
CONTRACTING
• keeping charge is made for all FOR RENT
frem. water front, 2 acres of
11.00
a.m. Morning P-rayer
Ran Verncn. R.R. 1, Gibsons
A D-4 Cat and Arch, by hour land, yours for only $4,200.
Classified Advertising not paid
St.
Hilda's, Sechelt
Phone 26Q
or
by
contract.
Warren
G
i
l
We have good building lots
1.45 p.m. Evensong
for within 7 days of publicabertson. Phone Sechelt 37M.
KiCHTEEVS
RADIO
—
TV
in
Gibsons,
Granthams,
a
n
d
1.45
p.m. Sunday School
tion/
For rent Mar. 1st. 2 room Hopkins Why not let us show
SALES and SERVICE
St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek
Speedy, Guaranteed Work '
Legals — 16 c«nts per count suite and 3 room suite. Fully you some.
11 a.m. Sunday School
SALES
ON
EASY
TERMS
furnished,
heated.
N
o
small
line for first insertion.
3.15 p.m. Evensong
A very nice home on t h e
&
Notice of Intention
Phone SECHELT 6
Fletcher Road. No worries
12 cents per count line children. Gibsons 63
UNITED
to Apply to Lease Land
for each consecutive inFor Rent: 6 room house, '2 with this one,-has just been reGibsons
FLOWERS
built.
$4,750.
sertion.
fireplaces, Basement,
lots, of
In Land Recording District
Sunday School 9.45
GIBSONS FLORIST
room to play, Hopkins Land- F o r SALE
Public Worship, 11.00 a.m.
of Vancouver and situate at
Card of Thanks, Engagements, ing $65 p e r month. Totem
Corsages - Weddings
Brand New Coleman Floor
Roberts Creek, 2 p.m.
the head of Salmon Arm, Se«
Funeral Designs
In Memoriams - up to 50 words. Realty phone Gibsons .44.
Wilson Creek
Furnace never been used, reg.
chelt Inlet, N.W.D.
Sunday
School 11.00 A.M.
Plants
$1.00 per insertion. 2c per word
$242.00 sale price only $195.00
Take notice that Osborne
WANTED
Public Worship, 3.30 p.m;
Flowers by Wire
over 50.
H.E. Wilson Gibsons 44 or 147.
Logging
Co. Ltd. of Sechelt,
Timber for poles piling and
TOTEM REALTY
Port Mellon
Carole
Biakstad
B.C., occupation Loggers in<
Classified Display —• 70c per mill. Phone. Lakeview 1-5083
Gibsons' B.C.
Community Church
Phone
109M
-/Gibsons
tends
t o apply for a lease of
column inch.
Wanted part-time • Steward
Boat, 30 it cruiser, engine,.
7.30 p'^m. Evensong
the
following
described lands:Classified advertisements_ ac- for-TLegior.' Club. Suit pensiontoilet,
sink.
Hull
needs
slight
0
a
n
d
S...SALES,"
S
E
E
V
I
C
E
' :ST.^VINCENT'S
<-Comn.e'ncing.at a post planter. Veteran preferred. : W r i t 6 repairs and paint. $500 cash or
cepted u p t o 5 p.m. Tuesday.
Agents Fcr
Holy
Family,
Sechelt,
9
a.m.
ed
a t the SE corner -Lot 1901
stating salary, expected., to the trade for "ilatdeck ' t r u c k ' o f
'
""
'Propane-Gas
St. Mary's/ Gibsons, 10.30 a.m. NWD;then_ e SW 300"feet/along,
Secretary, Canadian Legion, equal value. E.E. -Garvey, PenANNOUNCEMENT
Combination Gas Ranges
Port Mellon, first' Sunday of the easterly boundary of L
Branch 112, Madeira P a r k , - der- Harbour, Phone 3AV
Sales afid Installations
Full Gospel Cottage meeteach month a t 11.35 a.m. • 5303; thence S, 2000 feet;
B.C. .....'
7 "~l~ni\v~6 7 6 v? "" RoTaT^hinoiJk
~
/Free Esiirn"_tes"
ings are held at t h e home of
I^ethal Baptist Church
Whence *to the shore of Salmon
Good home for Ivor-2;Mnale . crosscut sa.w, 1 25-35 WinchesElectric and Gas Hot Plates
Mr. and M r s . H.E. Woods
Arm, approximately 400 feet;
•
_.
V
iO.
A.M.,
Sunday
.School
j
^FURNITURE- •'•.-• . 11:15 A.M., Worship Service 'thence -northerly along -said
'
i'Woodhaven", West Sech&It,' kittens--6. months olid;. house- ter-rifle,/ 2 -Battery radios, Vvt '. TViyx..
:
* LINOLEUMS'every Sunday evening at $.30 brbkertV ' Mrs. Macklin. Phone heavy duty 36 hp v Gardner ;
. ..';'7:30 P.M., Wed., Prayer
; ]• shore of Salmon-Arm"' to t h e
Sechel^*3IF. - X -.~
_: ; Deisel engine,.,-1 pr. . 600x16.'/;. ••
Phone:
3
Sechelt
>,
p.m.: Everybody welcome. "For
' 2 .P._vf.,\ 1st Thurs.,, in Month ' point of commencement and
the Grace of God that bringeth- .-.•'.- Baby* sitter' would like week-; • vvveje-d''-chains.; John Atlee;.'i'Gibf".-;
containing''twelve acres, more
.
_
. /*. , -:. Mission Circle
:/•"• / 7 iff.1/ • A; TYPE OF .SHOE '•
Salvation hath appeared to * end work in Gibsons'. '35c hr.7 . s o n s -'93'. d-.-'V • /'/V\
6r lessy for t h e " purpose of
For Any .Weather /
:'":.;;::/;
PENTECOSTAL,"
-all m e n " , Titus,2.11.
tfn until- 12 p.m.. Phone 109F.
1940 Chrysler Sedan for
'booming' logs.For Each Member.v.•';:'•-." 10 a.m. Sunday School
Boat
w
a
n
t
e
d
"
22/
to
26
f
t
sale
$85..
Phone,
Gibsons
7$Q.-;<
•.
/ O s b o r n e Logging Company
CARD O F THANKS
Of The Family
-.- l l a ; m . Devotional
Fish bo'at or lifeboat type;, state ' • Small new home, electricity, •";,
.Limited
WJGARDS
'; 7.30.-,7'Evening Service
7 , : Doreen and .Gil.... Musgrove cash price andy full particulars ,/ five acres' Viand;, fruit trees,
Dated January 31, 1956.
• ••
Tuesday night 7.30
.extend' "thanks' to all7 their first letter. R.G. Cooke Box..'/ g o o d well.77CheapV 'lor cash..
SHOE STORE/
per M.W. GORMELY, Agent.
8 p.m. /Friday night
friends and.neighbors for their 14 Sechelt.
All Shoe Accessories..,
V y
.. Owner leaving., Apply P.O. s
:
: : v
-wonderful help a n d encouragePhone
Sechelt
25<3
Music teacher for y(Spanish •'M^Steche#"v'* -'-'••='•''•''- - - ''- yy&xi"
ment after the fire. All was 1 guitar for 12 year old. Please
"NAVIGABLE WATERS
GIBSONS BOAT-- WORKS
.Spacious. 3-rbedroom home
certainly appreciatedphone 109F; Gibsons. •-.-. .X. V
PROTECTION ACT"
Boat Builders & Repairers
in. .Sechelt,' close to stores,
We wish t a , t h a n k o u r many
school 'arid/church/ V Full .7 ce'
R.S.C. 1952 - Chapter 193
Phone Gibsons 111
friends for their tributes and SHOE REPAIR
m
e
n
t
basement,
accessible
unBring
Your
Boots
to
Brackett!
sympathy shown to u s in our
. BRITISH COLUMBIA POWGIBSONS.
finished
•^second
floor.'
Tile
Skilled.repair
w
o
r
k
of
all.kinds
ER
COMMISSION
hereby
recent bereavement..; Especially
BUILDING
SUPPLIES
floors'
throughout,
furnace,
•
Feb.
16:
Owing
to
the
Elecquickly
done.
Reasonable
rates
gives notice that it has,' under
to the Rev.vCan6ri Oswald for
LTD.
good garden soil, new lawns.
tric lights off last Thursday Section 7 of the said Act, deRON BRACKETT
his words of comfort. Our
Phone Sechelt 47M or 100. (tfn "WE CARRY THE STOCK* Whist and Cribbage will be posited with the Minister of
appreciation also t o t h e pall - ;Sechel,t Highway Gibsons. ^
Phone Gibsons 53
Feb.' 16 at 8.00 p.m. in Grant- Public Works, at Ottawa, and"T^^b^^H^fdlestone^Klcl? ;
bearers.
WATCH REPAIRS .
hams community Hall.
er,
Gladden
Electric
litotor,
in the office of the Registrar,
Mrs. Dolley a n d family.
Notary Public
Fast, accurate, guaranteed
Feb. 17: Sechelt, World Day Vancouver Land Registration
Windbrake, Cluch, Cushions.
Legal Documents promptly
watch repairs. M a r i n e Men's New condition. A Top Winter
PERSONAL
of prayer, St. Hilda's Church, District, Vancouver, B.C., a
attended to
Wear,
Gibsons.
t_n
;
2.30 p.m.
HUSBANDS: WIVES:
•Boat. $650 - Half Original
description of" the site a n d the
•' ' ^ ^ . ' S S T A T E - ; - '
P h o n e P e n d e r Harbour
(
Feb. 1.7: S t . , A i d a n s Church, plans of a n overhead power
WEAK. RUNDOWN./OLD?
•'JSostr
: M i>ho^k ^lsSu'B.C. •Roberts Creek Annual Day o f
Feel years younger. :> Ostrex vr (-ibsrt-is'^mce'Vl^S "
line crossing Pender Harbour,
3 T.
«"
. • ;—
- . •• '
Prayer.
John Coleridge Realty
Tonic Tablets revitalize ironProvince of British Columbia,
"~PINK ICE: the perfectEfomi
MARSHALL'S - PLUMBING
Feb. 18: Roberts Creek Hall, between Lot 13. District Lot
deficient body; increase pep. The Oldest Established Office Facial. Banishes Sagging Chin
HEATING & SUPPLIES
(Immediately South ©f the
"Get-acquainted"
size costs
Lines and Loose Skin. Re- Phone Gibsons 134, 104 o r 33 Sechelt PTA Old fashioned 2226T Group 1, New WestminPost Office)
concert, 8 p.m. tickets avail- ster District, Plan 7889, and
little. O r get Economy size
moves wrinkles abcut the eyes.
Notary
Public
able.
5 Yard Dump Truck for Hire
and save 75c. At all druggists.
unsubdivided part of District
Sales, Conveyancing, Manage- Makes . skin Satin Smooth in . Sand and Gravel for S'ale
Feb.
2
1
:
W.I.
meeting
a
t
the
Lot
1024, Group- 1, New WestNOTICE
ment Agent for t h e Official a five minute treatment. For
home
of
Mrs.
Forbes
2.00
p.m.
FRED
UTTING
minster District.
a lovely complexion, t r y Pink
Administrator etc. •
TOWING AND FREIGHTING
Feb.
29:
Gibsons,
ParentWilson
Creek
' And Take Notice that after
Ice from Langs Drug Stores,
Connection with important
W. Nygren, Gibsons 13 tfn
Teacher
Regional
Ccnferance,
Phone
Sechelt
15T
or
67F
the
expiration of cne month
Sechelt and Gibscns.
-tfn
Vancouver Realtors.
2
meetings:
afternoon,
1.30
at
WORK WANTED
from
the date of the first pubLocal Office DVA and VLA
TRACTOR.
WORK
WOOD
School
Hall;
evening,
7.30
at
lication of this Notice British
Spray a n d brush painting;
INSURANCE
Alder or Fir
Clearing, Grading, Excavating. High School auditorium.
Columbia Power Commission
also paperhanging. J . Melhus.
Fire, Auto, Liability. Prompt
Also Slab Wood
Mar. 2: Boy Scouts Father will, under Section 7 pf t h e
DG Bulldozing
Phone Gibsons 33.
tin
cour-teotis service. Totem RealSERVICE FUELS
and
Son Dinner St. Aidan's said Act, apply to the Govei-nClearing Teeth
ty, Gibsons.
tfn
Ran Vernon
Hall Roberts Creek 7 p.m.
or in Council for approval of
ARCHES
FOR
RENT
'
Phone
Gibsons
26Q
March 15: 2.30 p.m. S f Pat- the said1 site and plans.
HVB. GORDONnSGENCIES
' A. E. Ritchey
See "our Used Oil Burning,
rick Day Tea. United Church
Sechelt
Dated at Victoria, B.C. this
Phone Gibsons 8SR
Hall Gibsons.
REAL• ESTATE
Coal and Wood Burning Ran8lh day of February, 1956.
Mar. 16: Roberts Creek, St
ges. Parker's • Hardware, Seand INSURANCE
CLEANERS Patricks Day Tea, . United
Phone 53FEvenings and ohelt
BRITISH
COLUMBIA
tfn PENINSULA
Cleaners
for
the
Secheli
Holiclays 81M
Church
Hall,
2.30
p.m.
POWER COMMISSION
CHiWC^Fl-^NG~CHICKENS
Peninsula
This weeks special:
"siEOTELSTTNSlfRANCE" '" 49c lb. dressed wieght, 24
by its Solicitor,
Phone:'
Small cabin 0 n one full acre,
hours notice required. WynAGENCIES
K.R. MacLEOD.
Gibsons 100
Real Estate,
Roberts Creek, only $1,250.
gaert Poultry Farm 107M
Property Management,
Gibsons.
'"
3
Harold Wilson
"FAST SERVICE"
Insurance
"Wrecker, l95FT'Ton
MsrRent — Sales — Service
Office phone 22F
cury chassis, power winch
TYPEWRITERS
T.E. DUFFY, Agent
with remote control. Yours
Phone Gibsons 44
ELECTRIC
RAZORS
Residence 31Q
for only $1500. Shell service
evenings 147
' Sales aind Service
I. MACKAY, Salesman.
Gibsons.
8
COLIN
WINGRAVE
WHEREAS under the "pro•Residence 70F
2~iarge dining room tables
Phone 18 — Gibsons
visions of this Act, application
FOR SALE
with chairs, 2 dressers, 1 'VA.
has been made to the LieutenNotions—Cards—Toys
Harry Reichelt ' was t h e ant-Governor in Council to
General store with or with- size bed, 1 enamel top table.
Miscellaneous Gifts
chairman for the last meeting constitute as a pound District
out butcher shop. Thriving Gibsons 63.
THRIFTEE STORES
cf the Sunshine Coast Kiwanis certain land in "the vicinity cf
.business in fast growing dis- " B l u e a n d White" enamel
Left of Post Office
Club and presented an in- Madeira Park, which may be
trict. Reasonable terms'. Phone combination coal" and electric
Gibsons,
B.C.
teresting program. D r . T.R.more particularly
436.1. Powell River after 6 p.m. stove, Good Condition. Phone
described
Headquarters
For
Wool
McColl
was
the
speaker
who
Yukon Chimney in good Sechelt 57Y
as
follows:All
those
lands
9
told
of
his
travels
and
experilying adjacent to the waters
condition.. Fred Skinner, RobHome and Industrial Wiring
ences on the prairies and on of Pender Harbour, Gerrans
erts Creek.
8
Electrical Heating
the West Coast of B.C.
Bay, Bargain Bay and t h e
1950 Thames~Station wagon.
GIBSONS ELECTRIC •,
The
Club
is
very
proud
of
Straight of Georgia.known as
Good condition. Apply P.O.
Phone 130
member
Glynn
Davies,
w
h
o
Lets 997, 1023. 1362, 1390,
Box. 43 Gibsons.
Authorized GE Dealer
has
become
t
h
e
proudfather
1391, 1392 2792, 5525, 5846,
~Pocket"WatcFes, Wrist Watftad'.os. Appliances, TV Service of a 8 lb. boy. Mother, baby, 5847, 5848,; 5849, 5850. 5851,
; PENINSULA
ches, Alarm Clocks, Electric
and father are .doing well. 5852 and 5853, Group 1, New
P r o t e c t e d b y g u a r a n t e e Wall Clocks -- A Timekeeper
ACCOUNTING SERVICE
WIRING
Have, just received worc : that Westminster Land District.
against all normal road haz- for your every; need. See the
Commercial
&
Residential
AlV Types of , Accounting
;
Ed Ga'llent won't be present
ards such-as:
Electric
Westclox Line at John Wood
Problems Expertly Attended
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Feb. 21, but will be later in
Space Heating
Pot Holea
Raised Railway
Hardware,
Gibsons
Village
Enterprises
Bldg.
that
thirty, days of ter publicathe month.
Anvwhere
on
the
Peninsula
Broken
T™**8. . o
tion of this notice, the LieutenSechelt
F o u r R o o m house in Sechelt,
PARKER and SIM
Pavement Boards with Spikes
ant-Governor in Council will
Office Open 9 a.m—5 p.m.
close to school and stores'.
ELECTRIC
Broken Glass Stones and Bricks
proceed to comply with t h e
Daily
Price very reasonable. Apply
Parker's Hardware
High Curb Projecting Culvert- Alf Williams. Phone 97Y Seapplication unless within the
Phone Sechelt 98F
Sechelt 51 — 75Q Evenings
Come in. Get full details
Mr. Edward H. Green, .for- said time objection is made to
chelt.
„ 10
LORNE BLAIN
about the rugged rayon conmerly of Princess Louise In- the Minister of Agriculture by
REFRIGERATION
Practice Piano, good tone,
Representative Continental
struction and other features
let,
is reported to have made eight proprietors within such
. - . S A L E S and SERVICE
$195. Westinghouse LaundroLife Insurance Company
t h a t make this guarantee
an
excellent
recovery follow- proposed Pound District, in
Commercial — Domestic
m a t $150." Two-burner Hot
Box 188 Gibsons, B.C.
ing
surgery
in
the Vancouver Form " A ' \ of the Schedule of
possible.
25 Years' Experience
Plate $5. Phone Gibsons 34W.
Phone Gibsons,. 82G.
General Hospital on Monday, the Act.
A. M. CAMPBELL
SECHELT
83Q
and is now doing well.
Underwood typewriter in
SECHELT CYCLE
"W. K. Kicrnan"
He is likely to be home at
first cdass condition $50.
Bicycles New & Reconditioned
Minister of Agriculture.
When yo.u shop say you saw 1377 Gordon, West Vancou- Department of Agriculture.
Hoover Vacuum cleaner with Repairs to All Wheeled Goods
ver sden and friends wishing
equipment, first class condiSaw Filing
to write should address letters Victoria. B.C.,
it in The Coast News.
tion, $50. C.P. Ballentine GibLawn Mowers Sharpened
January 2G. 1956. '
there.
sons 127
8
Phone Sechelt 95M
PHONE GIBSONS 113
iircn services
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ACT
Kiwanis notes
Business and
Professional
DIRECTORY
Green home
6
Coast News Feb. 16 1956
At the
BY TONY GARGRAVE MLA
We had two night sittings
last week. I rather like the
evening sessions. The MLA's
seem to be in a more pleasant
mood after having gone home,
r e a d the evening paper, and
returned to the parliament
buildings after a good meal.
During these evening sessions there is always a lot of
good natured bantering that
goes back and forth between
members, some of which are
"stage whispers" intended for
t h e press and the gallery,
others are little jokes said in
l o w voices for the ears of
other MLA's only. Mr. Bennett our Premier is pretty good
FREE
DELIVERY
from
Murdoch's!
* * *
One of the faults of cur
press coverage here in Victoria is that tlie newspapers
always stress the bizarre, the
insult or the wisecrack. If you
tell the Premier that he has a
hole in his head you're on page
cne for sure. Most MLA's are
pretty sober hardworking people and if most of what you
read in t h e press is our jokes
and our insults that's because
our more worthwhile but pedantic contributions are not
"news".
It would be a good idea if
w e had one paper in B.C. that
reported at greltt length in a
staid and stuffy m a n n e r exactly what did occur in Victoria,
-something like the London
Times. Then we would get a
duller but more balanced view
of w h a t actually happens here.
* ' #
P H O N E , MAIL or S E N D
Y o u r O r d e r in
W e Will D e l i v e r t o t h e
N E A R E S T P O I N T by R O A D
To Your HOUSE, W E E K L Y
on FRANCES PENINSULA
or MADEIRA PARK Areas.
MINIMUM ORDER
D E L I V E R E D * $5.00
SALE
MEN'S JACKETS
LADIES' SWEATERS
KNITTING WOOLS
TO CLEAR
20 percent OFF
Just Contact
MURDOCH'S MARINE
Phone 3F
PENDER HARBOUR
at both kinds of bantering.
T h e n at night the public in
Victoria have a better chance
to come down and see how w e
a r e conducting their business.
Of course the galleries are always open to the public. If
any resident of Mackenzie is
in Victoria during the session
I certainly hope they will call
in and see me in the caucus
rooms or if the legislature is
actually in session just ask one
of the attendants "to take a
note in t 0 your member.
9
Last week I r a n into heavyseas w h e n I criticized the government on its public and private power policy j n B.C. Because of the commotion t h a t
followed all m y r e m a r k s on.
forestry never saw the light
of day in the newspapers and
m y appeals for an extra public health nurse on t h e Sechelt
peninsula were buried b y the
neyte of the biggest slugging
m a t c h that an MLA has had
with the Premier this session.
One paper said I was white
with'..anger, another said I was
red"-with- anger. Sufice it to
say I was annoyed.
The issue of public and private power is pretty
important to us on the Sechelt Peninsula and at Powell River. At
present I am in the process of
drafting a statement on m y attitude to the sale of the Clowholm Falls generating and dis-
Two juveniles who had pur- Elementary school conducted
chased .22 calibre rifles, and the meeting.
w e r e carrying them abouti illeRay Mitchell, of Sechelt, for gally were fined $2 and $3 on
a second conviction of exceed- a charge of carrying firearms
ing the speed limit* at Wilson without being accompanied b y
BY MRS. D. ERICKSON
Creek, was fined $35 and costs^ an adult. Their rifles were
in Magistrate Johnston's court confiscated temporarily,
Mrs. H. Aggett, Mrs. R.
but
George Delhi of Hardy Is- will be restored if they are un- Bromley, and Mr. • and Mrs.
land was cut duck-hunting, but der the supervision of a Rod Reg. Aggett from White Rock
failed to equip himself with a and Gun Club.
spent a day here last week.
firearms license. Fined $10
Having beer in his posses- Mrs. Aggett hopes to come
and costs.
Speeding at Seohelt cost Al- sion cost a 19-year-old youth a back to h e r h o m e in t h e
fine of $10 and costs.
Spring.
bert Weal of Roberts Creek
Roy
Vanderburg
of
Yorkton,
H a r r y Roberts is expected
$25 and costs.
Sask., and Thomas Mullins of home in a few weeks. He is
Nine months imprisonment
for theft was the sentence met- Vancouver w e r e each fined convalescing in the George
ed out to Wallace Richard $25 and costs for speeding at Derby Center in Vancouver.
The Ron Whitaker
family
MarkSi Indian of the Sechelt Selma p a r k .
are very, busy in their apartReserve, following theft of arment hotel in Honolulu, as
ticles from the Sechelt Men's
F e b r u a r y and March are t h e
Wear. For t h e same offence,
tourist
Phyllis Billy, also an Indian
Sechelt P T A
celebrated peak months for the
of Sechelt, was 'sentenced to Founders night in which the trade there. One m e m b e r of
six months imprisonment.
light. The children
taking tlie family will b e b a c k before
Illegal parking i n ' f r o n t of candle ceremony was a high Easter, to p r e p a r e the motel
the drugstore in Gibsons cost part w e r e Carol Moorhouse, here for the coming season.
George Johnstone of North J e a n Scott, Betty New, Chris
Vancouver a fine of $2
Collwell, J o h n Thomas and
J o h n Yeates.
Films were shown by the
Kinsmen on the March of Polio
At Pender Harbour
"This is quite a victory for which" interested the mothers
Mackenzie district will receive an additional $40,000 in all those people in all politi- who will collect on the yearly
Handles
march. There was also a traroad maintenance grants this cal parties in Mackenzie who vel film shown by Mr. Gordon
year. In 1955 Mackenzie re- over the years, have worked Potts.
Warm Clothing
ceived $154,000. This w a s so h a r d to see this project
Mrs. McLeod gave a report
learned last week in the legison the Burns Dinner
which
completed," he said.
Stag-fields
lature by Tony Gargrave MLA.
was
a
•
great
success
this
year.
"Actually I an> a JohnnyThe minister of highways,
An old fashioned' concert will
Underwear
Philip Gaglardi, in a legisla- come-lately as far as its final be held in Roberts , Creek
tive speech said Mackenzie fruition is concerned but I a m Hall on Feb. 18 and tickets
Rubber Footwear
would receive $194,000 this proud that I was able to pull m a y b e obtained from P"tfA
year. This is the sum of money m y weight.
members. '
vised for routine maintenance
"All We need now", he said,
I n the absence of Mrs.
Phone'3H
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w o r k and does not include ex- "Is lower ferry fares to Van- Smith, president of PTA. Mr.
penditures for n e w construc- couver".
,'.'',
Q. Russell, principal of Sechelt
tion, reconstruction or paving.
N e w bridges a r e also a separate item in highway budgeting.
"I have not yet -heard w h a t
t h e department is going to do
about t h e unpaved stretch between Kliendale' and Sechelt'/,
the Mackenzie M L A said,
"But I ani hopeful it will be
completed this y e a r "
.A-,,.
"Last year. Mackenzie received 30 miles of blacktop
above the usual maintenance
expenditure. I believe. t h e
Vancouver - Gibsons - Powell
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56.
tributing system by the B.C.
Power Commission to t h e B.C.
Electric.
Since a special bill will have
to be introduced at this session to validate t h e sale Gf t h e
system and in effect approve
of t h e B.C. Electric entering
this area, I feel m y • constituents should be informed of m y
exact rstand en the matter. In
co-operation with m y colleagues in Victoria I am going
to carefully examine the whole
subject. Ycu can be assured
that any stand. I take will be
well publicized and will be
based on the specific interests
and needs of my constituents.
During m y work in committees and on business around
the buildings I have- taken
about 50 colored slides of the
whole machinery, of the Legislature in action. When I make
m y usual trip around the riding this spring I am looking
forward to showing these pictures to interested constituents
at public meetings.
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7
family enjoyed a short holi- Sue, whose marriage to Ray
day in Seattle.
Whiting took place Feb. 4.
vehicles, Victoria, requesting"
Cpl. J. Morrison is receiving Mrs. G.A. Whiting assisted
T h e Superintendent of Mot- the necessary r e n e w a l form.
Mrs. W.H. Dunmore, an old- congratulations on t h e recog- with the serving on both afterBY PHYLLIS M. HODGSON
oi'-Vehicles reports the sale of
time resident of the district, nition of 15 years service with noons.
Without the renewal form,
1956 motor -vehicle licences difficulty will be encountered
Mrs. L. Hawker of New now living in New Westmin- the R.C.M.P.
Following the completion of is brisk in most centres and
"Westminster spent the past ster recently celebrated her
when the 1956 licence is refor the past couple of weeks a flying instructor's course* in
•week with her daughter, Mrs. 81st birthday. -Her daughter, or so the Stork has been flutrunning considerably in ad- quired. When writing give
J . P . Stewart.
Mrs. Thor Christenson visited tering around the district, and London, Ont. Flying Officer vance of 1955 issuance.
particulars of the 1955 licence
E.R. Parnwell spent a week's
Mrs. Jean Cramer, conval- her for t h e occasion.
Motorists are advised the number and if available the
alighting quite frequently. It
leave
with
his
parents,
Mr.
registration
escing from recent surgery, is
mailing of renewal applica- motor - vehicle
was a daughter, Elizabeth
and
Mrs.
C.R.
Parnwell.
He
spending a few weeks with
Mrs. J.M. Usher was a visi- Anne to Mr. and Mrs. J o h n
tions was completed about a number.
h e r mother in New Westmin- tor in Vancouver for a few Topham, Susan Elaine to Mr. left on Thursday to take up month ago, and owners - not
days.
ster.
and Mrs. S.R. Work,
Lorna his duties at the RCAF. sta- in possession of the 1956 forms
There w e r e more, births in,
On Thursday of last week, Dehice (Lorrie) to Mr. and tion at Claresholm, Alta.
should immediately w r i t e t o 1953. than in any other year i n
Among the guests attending
the superintendent of motor- Canadian history.
t h e district council meeting of Sharon Fladager entertained Mrs. J i m Tyson, Sharon A n n
at
a
teenage
supper
party
for
to
Mr;
and
Mrs.
Charles
Day,
i h e Sunshine Coast Scouts
Concluding a six month
•was Mr. Ken Jordon, provin- B a r b a r a arid Carol Knowles, and Gary to Mr. and Mrs. G. holiday in Canada, Mrs. M.A.
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Baldwin left Vancouver on
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Sunday for New York, from
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Mrs. Margaret Coole has r e - her holiday in Gibsons with
Varied and New
extending the trip with a visit turned, having spent the win- h e r daughter Mrs. J.R. Wilson
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ter months with h e r son in and family was greatly imMr. and Mrs. Norman Mac- Vancouver.
pressed with the beauty of
Kenzie had as their guests' Mr.
Daffodils gave a springlike Ho w e Sound.
and Mrs. T.W. Speer from atmosphere when Mrs. E.E.
Aggassiz and Mr. Vernon Speer Wallis entertained at tea on
Taking, cf a. 42-pound, 12from Toronto.
Thursday and Friday after- ounce pike at Lake Athabaska
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Mr. ajid Mrs. Ron Minion, saw the beautiful wedding have established a Canadian
B e prepared for Spring
who leave to make their home gifts received by her daughter record.
in Terrace, were recent guests
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to break the narrow heck of a r e like styles -- to be got
its cccoon. It was beating its over.-'
wings as if the struggle were
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It appeared to Wallace an exceptionally beautiful specimen,
measuring eight inches from
the. tip of one wing to the tip
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thetically interested. I t seemed
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is made clean to burn clean
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Coast News Feb. 16 1956
Chops Mops, the baseball
beauties who challenged the
Kiwanis Club to a baseball
match on Jan. 1, found their
challange
unanswered.
Nothing duaunted these doughty
dames have now issued a fresh
challenge to their old foes, the
Kiwanis Killers?
On Wed. Feb. 22, Bull Moose
Rieehelt will captain a team
of Kiwanis Killers? The match
will be played at Sechelt Bowling Alleys, commencing at 7
p.m.
BY CHUCK TOMPKINS
Friday night is "Fite Nite"
in P o r t Mellon and it should
really be a good show. Some
Totem fighters will be. up from
Vancouver along with "the local Port Mellon boys it should
b e a n interesting evening.
Come early and get a good
seat. By the way, it will he a
good chance to see the new
community hall.
I was reading an article in
last week's issue which loudly
proclaimed the Cougars h a d
beaten their arch-rivals,
the
Orphans. This is t r u e in a
sense if you can call it a game
when one team has only four
players a n d about 8 h o u r s nO1tice of the so-called game.
B u t the Orphans still consider
themselves unbeaten this year
a n d will prove it once again
t o the Cougars anytime Ihey
choose.
As far as crowds go I should
apologize for net thanking the
people who do faithfully turn
out to e v e r y game, b u t the
gym ••will'still hold a let more.
The Gibsons Orphans are
t r y i n g to get the Senior- " B "
champion Kimount team here
for a game in the near future,
this could well be their downfall.
T 0 add a few w o r d s to the
"teenager controversy"
this
s u m m e r .may well be
the
•chance for the boy in his teens
t o prove himself if a Babe
Ruth League starts this year.
This is for boys from 13 to
15 and so far has been of great
h e l p in solving the juvenile
delinquency problem all over
t h e continent. It will be up to
t h e boys to prove themselves.
A record ten pin game for
Sechelt Alleys was
bowled
Monday by Sam
MacKenzie
with a game of 253, Nice
bowling, Sam. Star games for
the week: Ten Pin League,
Sam MacKenzie 253, and Bob
Lemieux 225; Sechelt Ladies
League. Harriett Duffy .297,
and Eve Moscrip 281; Gibsons
Mixed, Helen Thorburn
280;
Peninsula Commercial: • Ralph
Smith 318;. Ball and Chain,
Orv Moscrip 313.
TEN PIN LEAGUE, High
three, Sam MacKenzie 544; .
high single, S a m MacKenzie
253; high team .three, Nelson's
2345; high team single, Nelson's 867.
SECHELT LADIES League:
High three, Harriett
Duffy
667;
high single,
Harriett
Duffy 297; high team three,
Greenhorns 2527; high team
single, Greenhorns 971.
GIBSONS MIXED: Women's
high three, Doreen Crosby
693; women's high single, Helen Thorburn 280; men's high
three, Alf Winn 623; men's
high single, Ed. Connor 247;
team high three, Mirabilia
2742; team high single, Mirabilia 947.
P O R T MELLON: Women's
high three, R u t h Tyson 541;
women's high single, Verna
Swanson 234; men's high three,
Randy Wiren 696; men's high
single, Ken Eidt 273; team
high / three, J o k e r s 2817; team
high single, J o k e r s 950.
PENINSULA COMMERCIAL
Women's high three, Helen
Thorburn 598; women's high
single, Helen Thorburn 220;
men's high three, Matt Jaeger
717; men's high single, Ralph
Smith 318; team high three,
Blood Bank 2664; team high
single, B.C. F i r 958.
BALL AND CHAIN: Women's high three, Eve Moscrip
695; women's high single, Leslie Jackson 263; men's high
three, Orv Moscrip 739; men's
high single, O r v Moscrip 313;
team high three,
Harridan's
2664; team high single,. Harridan's 928.
the
Wilson Creek Community Center met on Feb. 8 to discuss
plans for the addition of a
stage, Boy Scouts' club room,
dnd improvements, to the community hall.
Tentative plans were submitted by J. Yewdall.
P E N D E R H A R B O U R , B.C.
P E N D E R HARBOUR COMMUNITY
Plans f o r a 3750-mile road
network (outlined in black on
map) which would open up new
areas in Southern Europe to
both tourist and trader were
blueprinted by road
experts
from the region who- m e t recently! in Geneva under ' the
auspices of UN's
Economic
Commission for Europe. The
project includes a ferry-boat
service between Brindisi and
Patras. With financial
aid
from abroad most of the modern circular highway could be
completed by 1961.' Otherwise,
only Italy will meet this target date, while in Greece the
objective would be i963,„ and
in Tui'key and Yugoslavia.
1971.
osqyg-oes
urchiH's
worries
BY MRS. M. WEST ?y.^
STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND
CLUB
DISBURSEMENTS
J a n u a r v 1 s t t o Dec. 3 1 s t , 1955
$1,700.49
2,403.36
4,103.85
C a s h o n h a n d a n d in t h e b a n k J a n . 1, 1955
C a s h R e c e i p t s ' - all s o u r c e s ,
Cash Disbursements
B o n d s a n d interest.
R e p a i r s a n d m a i n t e n a n c e of hall
Light
Entertainment
Baseball
' Ground Improvement
. P o s t a g e a n d . office, s u p p l i e s
Taxes and insurance
Miscellaneous
$ 1,416.25
217.96
225.00
196.84
429.36
580.00
29.32
93.16
14.85
3,202.74
sled dogs are chained! o n the
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Founded in 1717 by ;an V flat's between the town and the
English adventurer,
Captain p o r t .
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J a m e s Knight who described
Churchill is "The centre of;
it as the most miserable place two religious o r d e r s . x One is
he'd ever seen, Churchill, Man., the Oblate Fathers, aVRomaii:now boasts some 850 inhabi- Catholic/ order w h o s e ' missions:,
tants, and the shipping boom spread north throughout V t h e
and construction qf r a d a r , de-; Hudson Bay. The Arctic Mufence lines are turning in into seum managed by the fathers
is a thriving tourist attraction
a fast growing community.
Infrcmation supplied... h e r e and contains one of the/finest
came from Lt. Patricia RennieV collections of Eskimo work.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fried In I860 St, Paul's Anglican
Rennie of Port Mellon. Lt. Mission was /established-', i t is
Rennie is in the Women's the oldest mission in the north..
Royal Canadian Naval Service The present church built "in.
1892 was donated by interestat Churchill.
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The Churchill river and its ed people in the British Isles
main tributary the Beaver who shipped the materials and
which rises northeast of < Ed'r furnishings t D Churchill.
monton, Alberta covers 1,305
Though there m a y be many
miles through. Saskatchewan who a g r e e w i t h Capitan
* RECESS BATH
and Manitoba to flow
into Knight's opinion of Churchill,
* CLOSE COUPLED TOILET-CHINA TANK
Hudson's Bay. The port 7-/.of more and .more people are
Churchill on the west bank of braving the flies and the cold
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the river is the terminal of a and coming t o / c a l l this H u d :
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Canadian National
Railway son .Bay. town, home.
ALL COMPLETE /^ITH FITTINGS
line from The Pas.
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ONLY $162.50 DELIVERED I
The fact that'/the'*' Hudson
A QUIET WEDDING
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S t r a i t i s still navigable through'
, Mr. and Mrs. V A . Gibbons
W e c a r r y a C o m p l e t e S t o e k of
September and most' bf Octo- were witn esses a t the wed:
P
IPE, SOIL-PIPE & FITTINGS
ber makes i t practicalV to ship ding of Mrs. Gibbons' mother,
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PIPES THREADED
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wheat from Churchill, a route Mrs. H. Ludlow, to-Mr. Henry
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hundreds of miles'"shorter than " Begg of Wilson Creek, at t h e
the Montreal-Liverpool route. home of the Rev. and Mrs. R.
V A whaling factory, paying RVMorris, on Monday, Feb'. 13.
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After the ceremony, Mrs.
$1 per foot for. white whales
TERMS ARRANGED
operates on the river in the, Morris served refreshments to
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the wedding party.
summer. The whale oil is ship
- ped but in barrels, the flesh and
bones ground! for mink feed.
Five miles southeast of the
town is the joint Canadian-U.*
S- Military base, Fortv Churchr
ill. While at Eskimo point the
ruins of Fort Prince of Wales,
built by the British in 1771,
and destroyed by a French,
raiding party in 1782 have recently been restored b y the
Historic Sites and Monuments
Board.
Despite t h e hordes of black
flies and! mosquitoes in the
summer,. t h e snow and biting
winds in the winter, the high
cost of food (fresh milk 40 .
cents p e r
quart),
outdoor
plumbing and infrekuent garbage collection, (none, in the
winter), 350 new homes were
built last year and a five-man
town planning committee has
'49 F O R D S E D A N : R a d i o ,
been set up to handle affairs. . 5 2 FOJRD: R a d i o , H e a t e r ,
House building is quite an un- A i r C o n d i t i o n e r "
H e a t e r , A Good B u y H e r e
dertaking, the g r o u n d is T w o - T o n e Blue a n d W h i t e
strewn with huge rocks, and
from two to three feet under
'55 C H E V R O L E T S E D A N
the surface is frozen the year
' 5 1 C H E V R O L E T 2 Door S e d a n
Only 4,000 Miles
round making excavation imWhatta Steal!
T h i s c a r i s on S P E C I A L
possible. Gravel hauled in by
truck is used for foundations.
Some enterprising business
'52' I N T E R N A T I O N A L 3-Ton
men have moved
abandoned
' 5 1 C H E V . P o w e r Glide
5 Yard Dump, a Work Horse
army huts from the camp and
W e should charge more!
converted them into small
houses. Rent for a two or
three roomed ' house runs be\51 GMC Half T o n P i c k - u p
tween $70-$90 per month. Only '47 M E R C U R Y
A m i g h t y useful job '
a few houses have running C h e a p T r a n s p o r t a t i o n
water, and when the cold
weather sets in- it is cut off,
and. householders must
haul
their own water or pay 75c
per barrel delivered.
Huddled together on the
bare tundra at the mouth of
the Churchill river the houses v are uniform tar-paper or imitation grey brick siding except for one, the home of a
" T h e N a m e T h a t M e a n s A Good D e a l '
bush pilot painted a cheerful
Sechelt
P h o n e 5G
pink! The town is fringed with
shacks and tents of the Ghippewyan Indians and howling
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PLUMBING
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SAVING
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GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES, LTD.
3-Pieeei Bathroom Set
Roberts Creek
BY MRS. M. NEWMAN
The Roberts Creek Teen
Town elected officers at their
last meeting which took place
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Les Peterson. Officers are:
Mayor, Barry Pearson; vicemayor Vern Black; secretary,
Margaret stiller a n d treasurer,
Marilyn Coles.
The local Scouts h a d a delightful day Saturday when,
driven by Mr. W a r n and Mr.
Boucher and accompanied also by Rev. Harboard, they
w e r e guests of t h e Company at
Port Mellon. They were escorted throughout the plant a n d
were much impressed. L a t e r
dinner was served to them in
t h e cafe.
The Indian School boys
came down to play the local
Mrs. R. Cummings a n d Mrs. lads last week and won 3-2.
R. K e n n e t t w e r e co-hostesses
Mr. and Mrs. P . Raggett cf
at a delightful evening at the Vancouver were guests of Mr.
Cumming Beach Avenue home and Mrs. R. Eades of Mido n Feb. 13 honoring Mrs. J. hurst Cottage.
Matthews.
Members of the Roberts
The m a n y beautiful and useCreek
Badminton Club were
ful gifts were presented in a
guests
cf the ' Gibsons
Club
gaily decorated basket, the
work of Mrs. Kennett and Mrs. last week. The evening was
spent in games and wound up
L. Allen.
with
a supper. The secretaryThe large table,, laden with
confections of all kinds, was ship of the local club has
centered with a clever
ar- passed to Miss Lorraine Lerangement
of
twin
dolls, Brecbe from Miss Barbara Cole
whose position in the Telecradles and ribbons.
Guests included Mrs. D. phone Office interferes with,
Matthews, Mrs. E. Shaw, Mrs. her attendance at the club.
The Boy Scouts entertained
G. Wickman, Mrs. J. Eldred,
a
group of Gibsons Scouts at
Mrs. H. Gibson, Mrs. J. Hunttheir
regular meeting in the
er, Miss M. Walker, Mrs. R.
Parish
Hall. The evening was
Eades, Mrs. J. Newman, Mrs.
H. Galliford, Mrs. G. Reeves, spent in games.
The PTA Dance held in the
Mrs. A. White, Mrs. A. Olsen,
Community
Hall on the 11th
Mrs. J. Monrufet and Mrs. L.
was
a
great
success
and a subAllen.
stantial sum of money
was
realized
to
carry
on
the
work
EUILDING PROGRESSES
The extension to the Pen- of the organization.
insula Legging Supplies buildPURCHASES HOME
ing is making good progress.
Mr.
Fred White of VancouThe cement floor on the lower
floor is ready, the stairs are ver has purchased the home of
in to the upper floor. As soon the Geoff Bradfords, next the
as wiring is' completed, the Coast News office in Gibsons.
walls can be finished* and the He is already living there, and
building will be ready for use. is the auto mechanic at the
Fairway Service Station. He
Everything is interesting, if expects his wife to join him
only one makes a study of it. later.
Mrs. J.Matthews
honored guest
an ge for
reek
-.son
Nineteen members c'f
General meetings are to be
held on the first Monday of
each month, commencing Mar.
5th, a t 8. p.m.
I t is hoped, w i t h increased
strength in membership and
funds, to m a k e the Hall t h e
center of entertainment for all.
The meeting expressed the
opinion that all local residents
might show their interest in
the Community b y joining the
club a n d lending their support
to its work.
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WE MUST MAKE ROOM FOR OUR NEW
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