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 Serving a Progressive and Growing  Area on B. C.'s Southern Coast.  Covers Seehelt, Gibsons Landing,  Port Mellon, Woodfibre, Squamish,  Irvines Landing, Half Moon Bay,  Hardy Island, Pender Harbour, Wilson Creek, Roberts Creek, Granthams Landing, Egmont, Hopkins  Landing, Brackendale, Cheekeye, etc.  _     . PUBLISHED  BY THE  COAST  KTEWS,  LIMITED  Business Office: Half Moon Bay, B. c. National Advertising Office:  Powell River, B. C.  Vol. Ill���-No. 12  Halfmoon Bay, B. C. Friday, October 3, 1947  5c per copy, $2.50 per year, by mail.  cores  ���'���'���>.-������; -���YY'.y���Photo by Powell River Co. Ltd.  HUGE QUANTITIES of good water;gre required for making  y paper.v;Fqr greater is therquantify required for hydroelectric power. The Powell River dam harnesses 580 miles of  drainage area into Powell and Goat Lakes which cover an  area of 48 square miles. From the effective head of this dam  184 ft., four penstocks or huge steel pipes ranging from 10 ft.  up to 14 ft. wide carry the "water power to the paper mill. The  original dam was built in 1910 and raised in height in 1925,  and 783 feet long. This reflects the growth of B.C.'s Pulp and  Paper Industry which last: year,employed 6,553 men and  women.  -\    _*       - -v��� , ��� .. _ -'  by Jack Scott  Ham at large  WILL someone please pass the  mustard ?    I think I have a  large   streak   of   ham   in   me  somewhere.  Every time I go to a movie 1  emerge mentally in the character of the leading male star.  The.illusion sometimes lasts as  long as an hour or two, wearing off gradually until I am  finally back to sub-normal.  This unconsciously imitative  urge is almost overpowering.  While I limit my movie-going,  there's hardly a week goes by  GIBSONS  By LES PETERSON  WE ARE served here by two oil  - companies, now, and very neat  and ;smart looking they are.  The Shell station, Joe Schutz  in charge, has had a new paint  job,.and has resumed marine  service on the public wharf.  Slim Thorburns Chevron station has received its first-painting, and is provided with a nice  large Neon sign out front. The  third garage, Reid's Automotive  Service, while not handling  gasoline, is fully equipped ��o  handle repairs and replacement  needs.  *    *    *  The fog that curls in through  the gap these days and sweeps  up the Sound past us is but another reminder that it is summer-being brushed aside by'fall.  However, to date at least, the  sun, has continued to shine on  the village, leaving the mist a  Andt  ROBERTS CREEK  By CAROLA  MR. AND Mrs. C. Steeves, who  are frequent visitors at the  Creek, spent last week-end here  with, friends recalling the highlights; oi/ft^^i^n^^^ .the  cosmopolitan bity of New Yftrky  where ythev; Statue y of Liberty;  reigns supreme over; the second  largest city iri the world.  The marvelous 18 hours in  the air aboard the United Air  Lines transport travelling at an  elevation of 5,000 feet'and 300  miles per hour was something  to remember.  She made, the usual -tourist's  tours such as visiting the popular Jinny Simms show at the  Starlight Roof in the Waldorf-  Astoria, the famous "Oklahoma show which has.been running for five years with the  original cast.  Went through Radio City and  personally " appeared on Television ��� wasn't a bit nervous  and saw her voice on the air  which resembled spaghetti!  Saw the Eddie Duchin Show  which was not nearly as exciting as listening over the radio.  Tried on hats at Lille Dache  Studio���gorgeous creations that  woman brazens out with to  raise the ice of her spouse. Do  you remember the red velvet  chapeaux on the August Vogue?  A Lille Dache���no less.  Had a make-up at Goubard of .  , that I don't surprise my friends - backdrop in the distance. - And,   ______,.__,..,_... �����    ���___.    t_.,    ,    .  ^ bynspfe_flffii)rT�� .'^^  , clipped, nasal tones - of Clark H  Gable or in the glib manner jof  Gary Grant. I lose more friends  that way. ' r    -/ ," -  Fact is, I'm usually^a long  way off in my impression of the  stars, and people generally just  pass off my "queer ' spells'' as  sinus trouble. Little'do they  know that beneatfit this: drab  front there exists the "suave" aifd  . poised spirit of a born actor. ;  He can have it back if he"\vants -  it. .  It's a pleasant feeling to be a  Jimmy Stewart or a James  Mason or even a Groucho Marx,  k for a few minutes, but- there's  no denying that it has its dangers, too.  Running into a friend after  seeing the latest John Garfield  picture finds me. with my coat  collar up, around by neck, a  took of hard-boiled cynicism on  a face that, sad to say, looks  _ about as worldly as a boy scout  leader.  "Hiya," I snarl to passing  friends. If they pause to chat,  I astound them by limiting my  conversation to the simple  word, "yeah." After all, that's  about all that John Garfield  ever says and the girls go simply wild about him. My friends*  are always a little less enthusiastic.    , '   .  In my time I guess I have felt  like almost every male star in  the movie with, the possible exception of Mickey Mouse and  Lassie, but my favorite impersonation of all is Spencer^ Tracy.  The Tracy character doesn't  seem to tax my. limited creative  powers _as much as, say, Mickey  Rooneyr After' seeing- a-Tracy *  picture, I walk around with a  sort of quizzical, relaxed look  on my-face, speak soltly to the '  switchboard girl with a quiet,  Tracy-like smile and generally  act in what might, be, a typical  manner for the star.  Sad- pictures make me" sad,  gay .pictures make me gay. - If  I go to a movie'in��� which Lana  Turner and Tyrone Tower are  making with the romance, making those running broad jumps .  at each,other, it has a .terrible  effect online. 1 am-liable to "go-,  home and frighten the devil out  of my wife with a suggestive'  leer instead of the usual smack  on the brow.  Of course, the curse of my  existence these days is the gen-  eraUjpoliey of most theatres in  running double bills. Once I  used to come away from the  movies as just one imaginary  man, but after seeing one picture with William-Bendix and  another with Ray Milland, ��� the  combination of split personalities is too much for me.  Fortunately,-nobody, jhas: ever ,  taken these unconscious characterizations seriously arid1 I'sup-  j  pose that we are all a  little  guilty   of   romanticizing   ourselves  after   we  see" a,  show.  of a month.ago, southern and  eastern localities simmered under a temperature ten degrees  above ours, now, when a few-  extra degrees are .vyelcome, we  are the ones who have them.  * *    *'  We have three Sam Armours  in Gibsons again. The two  younger Sams, father and son.  have returned from the Skeena,  . Where they have spent the fishing season at one of the canneries there. Sam III no sooner  arrived than he traded an automobile that didn't seem to want  to go to Bill Malyea for a  "motor-bike that did. Bill got  the buggy to run, so both are  happy, and travelling. Grandpa Sam Armour came to Gibsons in 1910, and ha$ watched  his children, grand-children,  and great-grandchildren grow  up at Gibsons.  * *    *  Has anybody been tell you  that the Coast News doesn't get  around? Jack McCance has  been running a classified ad. in  the recent issues concerning a  string Of saddle horses. He more  or less expected a reply from  local residents, but shook his  head at what arrived. Not only  were there far more answers  than he anticipated, but the  mail the other day brought an  enquiry from the postmaster  at Stewart Island. So���the  Coast News seems to travel up  the coast at least as far as the  tide.  . Alan Farquhar, Grantham's  83-year-young resident, was in  Vancouver to see the first game  of the-St. Andrew's-Winnipeg  Scottish Dominion soccer final.  Not only had Mr. Farquhar seen  these teams play before, "but he  has" been "seeing "football games  since before the sport )vas played in Canada. He^aSy, his first  match in 1876 iri Duftd&f Scotland, his, native. toVm- - in the  same year that J5ave' Forsythe  introduced the game to Canada.  He met Forsythe, a young Scottish school teacher, after his  arrival in Canada in 1885, and"  saw his >first game 'played here  that year.  Since then he has watched  games and Dominion matches  right across Canada. Mr. Farquhar states that today's players cannot compare with those  of yesteryear. Isn't that always'  the case?  Maybe that's why we go to the  movies. -  I know that when I was  Charles Boyer J for nearly ' a  whole evening the only thing  that happened to me was that  my wife kept looking at me for  several minutes and finally  came over and handed me two  aspirin tablets. Most successful role I ever had.  ed^and" felt like a movie^ star.  But the glamour washes off  readily, and it's impossible to  imitate without expert direction.  The office girl or homemaker  look is entirely different���the  "longer skirt and bizarre ensembles are really in evidence���  dresses 12 inches off the ground  -���with very low neck lines���  loads of jewelry. At 8:30 a.m.  they look as though they are  going to a cocktail party.  She visited the Empire State  Building where on the 89th floor  you step into a booth���-place 25  cents in a slot and make a recording which is played' back  for all on the floor to hear.  A tour is conducted every  half hour through , the N.B.C.  studios ($1.20 each) showing  the growth of the radio and its  innards���up to the present television. The N;B.C. board resembles a switchboard and is a  half block long with two engineers in full attendance night  and day. It's, not generally  known that all broadcasts" over  the N.B.C. network are recorded and then relayed by telephone���hence no tinre is mentioned over' the rebroadcasts.  There are 17,000 taxis in New  ' York -r~ that is all ��� and they  have glass roofs, so you always  look up and never sideways.  New Yor^ City is spoken of as  Manhattan.  That tree that grows in  Bropklyn has all kinds of brothers and sisters. "No parking"  and' "Curb Your Dog" signs are  evident throughout the city.  yConey Island,. contrary to  popular belief^ ,is, not only an  amusement park but a city all  its own with theatres and drug  stores open all night, and loads  of stores of every description  make up the suburb of Coney  Island.  The newcomer walking down  the avenue can feel the vibrations of the underground subways and the sensation is that  of an earthquake.  The food is something out of  this world at such places as the  Waldorf Astoria, the Drake and  the Cafe de la Paix���snacks for  three would cost.around $18.  Mrs. Steeves.and her sister-  in-law who arrived on the  Mauritania from England returned by the "Empire Flyer,"  the newest train in existence,  where the compartments are  called Roomettes and are just  large enough to move around  in, but more compact than the  modern home. Pressing a button will release a sink filled  with water. Press another button and it disappears together  with your wash cloth and diamond ring, if you are too hurried with your ablutions. Press  another button and your bed  appears, which upon investigation you wilL find that it has  been tucked under the chesterfield chair in the next roomette.  Everything air-conditioned and  The Editor,  . Coast News,  Dear Sir,���The recent meeting of the Board-of Trade at  Sechelt is a fair sample of how  not to get things done. The  general idea prevalent at the  meeting seemed to be scoffing  and jeering at government servants and their efforts. It was  quite apparent "that very few of  those present had given any  thought or concerned themselves to find out .why more  progress has not been made on  the various projects that have  and are being undertaken by  the various branches of both  governments.  The president was not well  informed when he recounted an  anecdote of the Port Mellon  road. The road is non-existent  and when the telephone was put.  through; there was no consideration of any road. If there is  "^ri^ifjustificatipriyiory a road  yiinde��?t&^  est good for the greatest number" then the Port Mellon road  is definitely in first place.  ���  It must be known to the  board that the whole province  is in a poor state as far as roads  are concerned and the published program of the provincial  government takes note of that.  It is quite within the bounds of  the board to ask and also to  criticize but with helpful intent.  It was quite evident at the  meeting that, there was a wide  disparagement in the ideas of  the members as to what constitutes a road and the cost of construction under present day  conditions. We here are maritime and we have the problem  of wharves and floats, etc. It  is extremely doubtful whether  many of those present knew  which government has control  of this branch, also the expense  of maintaining same.  THREE WHARVES  Due to some peculiar political .naac^,i^^o^^;^f^Ui/e(. past,  you :hay^ii||^:Ri^re-|i^ Howe'  ERLING ANGEL JERSIN of Oslo, Norway, tries out a P.M.  "One-Man" Power. Chain Saw.   With him are Thomas  Mackay, (centre, managing director of Power Machinery Ltd.,  Vancouver, andyone of the national distributors (left).   Mr.  .Mackay is well,, known.^qt-halfmoon Bay and was a recent  <j yisi^ th&re^ Mrs..:Frank Lyons, vvhorri  ' he has known- fofirpany years.   For several years Mr. Mackay  was operator of Redroofs Summer Resort, leaving at the start  of the war to join a Vancouver war plant.   At the conclusion  of hostilities he organised P-M Ltd.  ONE-MAN TYPE  Norway Buyer Orders  Vancouver Power Saws  Sound o*s  _Wi  |jea|costing  mile ^nam^mmm&?0W^^haiTY  is in :thesi^pKiaceilW -that y  mo'hey-^hoSs^l^'n-^fentr1 on "' a;;  communal whaif projected out  from the Indiaii reserve point  the  upkeep   would  have  been  that much less ahd also a proper   modern    traffic    approach  would have been feasible.   The .  present road approach is a public menace.    How would -it be  if the board went to work oh  that   one?     It's  public  money  you know. < y  ^  Another thing���a good .road  to Gower Point would eliminate the Power point float which  is a menace to ^navigation and  public alike. y  A word on the men and executives who are in charge:of  . these government departments.  I am credibly y informed that  they are deluged 'with'', com-��� ;.  plaints and criticisms mostly  unfair and in many cases grossly insulting.  :        ���"';'���.'���'���'-  Would it be too much to ask  the board to publicize some of ���;  the difficulties : that these men ;  labor under and~; to acquaint the i  local residents; through : the ���'.  columns of your: esteemed paper .  of progress made. ���    ���  I   feel   sure.i/a   much   better,  feeling  will   ensue  among the  ;;  public   employees   when   they y  can see  that their  efforts ate  .  appreciated.  -   L. S.f Jackson.  Wilson Creek.  tempered withjbuttons all over  the place! ^'  "Yes, New York is a wonderful, glamourous and a very  enlightening ;dty, but I'll take  Vancouver," says Mrs. Steeves.  The Roberts :Greek Auxiliary  to the V.O.N:yheld:a delightful  tea at the homes of Mrs. E. Wallis honoring |Miss M. . Forry,  R.N., who isyiekving shortly to  be married, yy^y  Miss M. WaM'er made a presentation on behalf of her associates in appreciation to Miss  Forry for organizing the Auxiliary in Roberts! Creek community. ���]  ��� *   \#    *  Mrs. A. Y; Firidlay has returned to the CreeKjaftera'shopping  tour in Vancouver.  Mrs. C Hare spent a few days  in Vancouver.  *    *    *  Mr. and Mrs. R. Eades and  Mr. and Mrs. A. MacDonald  have returnedY.to the Creek  after a two weeks' Vacation  south of the bolder.  IN A DEAL that has aroused  wide interest in logging and  allied industries throughout  Canada, an order for more than  $200,000 in power saws and  parts has just been completed  between Erling Angel Jersin of  Norway and Power Machinery  Ltd. of-. Vancouver.  Power Machinery. Ltd. is a  . Vancouver f i. r m :. established  when a group of western Canadians went to work on research  and experimentation to produce  something, new in a practical  ^and, efficient y lightweight  one-  fan^ power Jf^S^S^:  '.'��� More than y^Odypiythe saws  comprise this -initial purchase  for use onythey^teep, wooded  slopes along y the" fjords of  southeastern ^Norway. Mr. Jer-  sih; forecastsyyfutiire purchases  of 6,000 bfecauiSe Vpf the growing  importance: dtfthe timber and  pulpwood industries in Norway  and the /country's -vital need of  lumber for export.  When ihe power saws are put  to 'work ;iri- the;,forests of Norway, it Will nlarkithe first occasion the Norwegian timber industry has. ever used them. Mr.  Jersin bases his ^prediction that  -the use,p��thi_t;type of saw will  increase in Norway because it  suits the .needs peculiar to his  country^���YyYyY-yy. ���'..-  All of the; first .purchase were  the one-man saws known as the  P.M. "One-Man" Power Chain  Saw developed only by Power  Machinery Ltd. of Vancouver  and now being sold throughout  Canada and the world. Cast  magnesium is used in all castings except cylinder blocks and  those few pieces where hard  Wearing surfaces are required.  It is specially designed for  lightness, the three models  weighing only 34, 35 or 36  pounds depending upon lengths  of cutter bars which are J.^;.20  ��arfd 26"incEesT"'yEac-i' m63eTnas"  been balanced to provide1' a  minimum strain on the operator;  SecheBt Trade Board  Visited by Gibsons  SECHELT ��� The new Sechelt  Peninsula Board of Trade held  its   second  general  meeting' iti  the Legion Hall on Sept. 22.  An unusual feature for a  general meeting was the visit of  almost the entire Gibsons Board  of Trade who with their guest,  Mr. H. Jarman, secretary of the  Associated Boards of Trade and  the Mission City Board, arrived  in time to allow for an interesting and instructive talk by  Mr. Jarman.  Lay Telephone Cable  To Gambier Island  GIBSONS���F. Feeney, government telegraph linesman, announces that a submarine single  circuit line has been laid from  Williamson's Landing to New  Brighton, on Gambier Island.  The Telegraph Service boat and  the public works department  scow were used for the purpose.  This line, Mr. Feeney states,  will provide telephone service  to New Brighton, Gambier Harbour, and possibly other Gambier Island points later on. On  the mainland end of the line a  mile-long hook-up is required  between the Port Mellon circuit  and Williamson's Landing before the line can be completed.  It will be the first time any  point on Gambier Island has  had a telephone.  WILSON CREEK  By  MRS.  ERICKSON  YOURS truly, hopes to write  this column in future, covering the district from the logging  camp to Eastman Hill, so please  co-operate ,by leaving items at  "the Trading Post by Friday of  each week.    Thanks folks.  * *    *  Lynne Dunfield up to visit  Win. Browning and take in the  dance at Gibsons. Trust they  didn't have to walk part of the  way back this time.  * *    *  Hello to Nettie Hamilton and  Wes at Britannia Beach, also  all friends who are still there.  Mr. Erickson has just been up  for a short visit and to look the  new house over. The local  grapevine tells me Mrs. J. Cur-  now had a surprise meeting  with a bear on the Elphinstone  Road at Roberts Creek lately.  * *    *  Sorry to report Mrs. R. L.  (Mike) Jackson was rushed to  St. Mary's Hospital recently.  She is making good progress at  the time of writing this.  * *    * -���  Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cook in  from Sechelt Inlet for a short  stay.  * *    *  Local r^sitients "have a- real  mission   fishing  -how,   on   ac-  there were threex fishing .; boats  in the bay.    Fpr^feverar days  [whaiyw^j^^ii^^^lji^yyrere "  bought so every one'Wil^fcappy. ....  * *������-.'.  On vacation from Toba Inlet  Mrs. A. Billington was a recent  house guest of the Jack Mc-  Nutts. Made a round of calls  on old friends here.  * *    *  Miss Scott was a caller recently getting ideas for a cottage she hopes to build on a lot  next to the Frank Luomas, and  where the new road will go in.  Napoleon was afraid of cats.  He was afflicted with ailuro-  phobia, a disease which causes  people to become terror-stricken at the sight of a cat.  America n s consumed 19  pounds of candy per capita diirr y  ing 1945, compared with only 16 y  pounds per'capita in 1938; dek  spite curtailed Supplies of sugar  and chocolate and the-fact that  20 per cent of .all candy manti?  factured Went to the armed  forces.     '"v "y"; ' ���������'"���::Y..  GENEVA F:A.O, MEETING: Representatives of 50 nations  recently, met at the Third Conference of the Food and  , Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) at  j Geneva, Switzerland; to consider the world food and agriculture positibr.: Topphoto shows left to right: .F.'L McDougall,  Councellor FAO; Dr. G. S. H. Barton, Deputy Minister, Do-  Jminion Dep^tment of Agriculture; Dr. Ralph Phillips. Head  ipf Animal industry Branch, FAO Agricultural Division and  ;Dr. J. L Buci^Head of Utilization Branch, FAO, on the roof  ^terrace of thfei?alaise de Nations.  Bottom-T-Rt. Hon; James G. Gardiner, Dominion Minister  of Agriculture and Canada's delegate to the Conference,  talking with Viscount the Rt. Hon. Stanley M. Bruce of  Australia Chairman of one of the FAO Commissions,  8��-6t nav  o g viuoioiA  r.rAHJ^i;iCIv 2   THE COAST NEWS, Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  _^  3 Lines (15 Words) for 35c 3 Insertion (same ad) 60c  Extra words, above 15-word min., 2c each.  Cash with order.  Notices, Engagements, Marriages, Deaths, etc., 75c Insertion  LITTLE ADS ... BIG RESULTS  FOR SALE  BOAT, 30x9, sound condition,  Chrysler engine, practically  new, fish boat type, two cabins.  $2,500. W. P. Pieper, Irvine's  Landing. tf  WE  BUY AND  SELL���  Rifles and shotguns bought  and sold also all kinds of used  goods, furniture, clothing, tools,  etc. Square Deal Store, West-  view, B.C.  KEYS TO ORDER���  All kinds of keys made to  order. Send sample you wish  duplicated. Muir's Hardware,  at Powell River (Westview) B.C.  PERSONAL  WANT a job done? Need work?  Call  and list your needs  at  Local Coast News Office, Gib-  16  sons.  WANTED  1   PLOW  and   1   disc.     Lloyd  Davies,  R.R.  No.  1,  Gibsons,  B.C. 12  FOR SALE  GOATS. Four does, with very  fine registered buck. Saanen.  $50 the lot. Roberts, "Sunray,"  Nelson Island, P.O. Hardy  Island. 12  FOR SALE  16'x40' 8-log cedar float, as is,  $60. I will build small house  on same for suitable purchaser.  Apply I. J. McKechnie, "Middle  Point," Halfmoon Bay, B.C.    12  FOR RENT  FIVE-ROOM furnished cottage,  inside plumbing, new range  with silent glow oil burner:  winter wood supply in. Apply  Mrs. Lawrence Townley, East  Roberts Creek; Lower Road,   tf  FOR SALE  26-FT. CRUISER, in fine shape.  New Mercury engine with 2  to 1 reduction gear. Roomy  cabin and cockpit, toilet. A  real buy at $3,000 cash. Phone  3A.    Jack Inglis, Gibsons, B.C.  14  FOR SALE  27 FT. 7x3 hand troller, 5 Vivian.   J. Shellett, Gibsons, B.C.  12  FOR SALE  SHIP BY Gulf Lines Express, to  or from Vancouver. Low rates.  Fast service.    Careful handling.  Specify Gulf Lines Express,    tf  FOR SALE  ONE FORD V-8, motor recently overhauled, new spray  paint job, front end rebushed,  new rear end, tires in good  condition, can be seen any evening after 5 p.m. Apply Fred  Mills, Sechelt, B.C. 13  PERSONAL  PAGE Mr. Ripley! No advance  in price of Greeting Cards.  Personal snapshots and boxes  of lovely cards for everyone.  Order now. D. Erickson, Wilson Creek. 14  FOR SALE .  M.V. THERMA I, Pender Harbour charter boat. Apply Jim  Davidson,   Pender   Harbour,  B.C. 14  Wild animals have uniform  markings; domestic animals of  a single species may have coats  of unlimited patterns.  "ARE  YOU  COVERED?"  see  P. G. McPherson  At Gibsons  FOR ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  AND REAL ESTATE  ": t. ' '.-'.��. .  ���     .  &���  ARE YOUR TIRES  ��.�����   ������  w,  y"^*  /  Tire* are the roiling roadbed for your car. . .  take care of them. Maybe right now they  need a change . . . just a switch of position  wilt often mean 20%. longer life. You'll like  our regular tire inspection and inflation service,  scientifically devised to check, premature tire  failure. Get. ALL the mileage you pay fori  Drive In TODAY and let us give your tires  a new lease on life.  For Friendly Service  MAKE IT A HABIT TO VISIT  US REGULARLY  Wilsons Creek Garage  Wilscns Creek  MOMS  710A  llHHUg  |   UNION STEAMSHIPS LTD.  f    FALL  SCHEDULE  1 Effective Until Further Notice  |  Gulf Coast -  I VANCOUVER^-PENDER HARBOUR SERVICE  I (Rdute S)  1 KfOBSBBOVMS SOUTHBOUND  || l_e&ve  Vancouver Xieave 3Pej_der Harbour  = Tuesday   .  10:00 a.m. Wednesday ........ liOO p.m."  ��� Thursday  10:30 a.m. Friday .3:30 p.m.  g Saturday    ..*   12:30 XToon Sunday         .... 3:30 p.m.  | ~   VANCOUVER-^SECHELt SERVICE  H (Route 6A, also Route 6)  = CTOBT-XBGUNa SOUXHBOUND  5 Xieave Vanoouver Leave Seohe-t  _=_=  ��� Tuesday    10:00 a.m.     Tuesday         5:00 .p.m.  j|      Thursday   .....   10:30 a.m.     Wednesday 3:30 p.m.  "     Friday 6:30 pjn.      Friday 6:00 pan.  ffl     Saturday       3:00 pan.     Saturday 8:00 p.m-  g     Sunday   .      9:30 sum.   ��� Sunday  6:30 p.m.  1 VANCOUVER���GIBSONS LANDING SERVICE  B ^v. Ver.   Xiv. Qll>. _lv. Vor.   lv. CHb.  g Monday 9:30 a.m.   6:30 a.m. Friday 9:00 a.m.   4:00 pan.  H KConday 4:00 p.m. Friday 7:00 pan.  B Tuesday 9:00 a.m.    5:00 pan. Saturday 2:00 p.m.   4:30 p.m.  H Wed. 9:00 a.m.    5:00 pan. (appro-:.)  g Chumday 9:00 ajn.    5:15 p.m. Sunday 9:30 a.m.   4:45 p.m.  Ask for New  U - -       Schedule No./133  ** .'����� Write  UNION STEAMSHIPS LTD.  Vancouver, B. C.  *HT -��--����____��� px- See Your Local Agent  iffliiiHiiiinniHU  !  1  i  .HVINES LANDING  By MARGARET DUNCAN  MTRS Joy Kearley came up  Saturday to spend the weekend with her parents. Joy is  one of our Harbour girls who  has made good in Vancouver.  She works in a bank in Marpole  and has worked there for some  time.  * *    *  Miss Elsie Turner, our last  year's school teacher, is up  visiting Mrs. Fred Brooks for  the week'-end, Miss Turner is  teaching at Sechelt this year.  * *    *  . Mrs. A. Lloyd's father, Mr.  Ed.  Lofting, has been visiting  the Lloyds for the past week.  * *    *  Miss Woulds did not go to  town this week-end. Instead  she was expecting visitors up  here, but she was very disappointed as they did not arrive.  * *    *  Mr. Jerry Palmer is Tiome  again.   He has been workirijg at  Gibsons with his father.  * *    *  Miss Eileen Wray is home for  the week-end. She is working for the' telephone company  in Vancouver.  * *    *  Mr. J. Hickford was the  week-end visitor of Mr. and  Mrs. Dan MacKay. Mr. Hick-  ford works'. on the Jervis Express.  * *    *  Mr,,  Gordon, Edwardson  and  Mr. Albert Edwardson arrived  home  Friday from fishing  up  north.    It is reported they had  a fairly successful season.  4 *    *    *  Mrs. Henry Whittaker and  her sons TSjSent.a few days with  Mrs. C. Whittaker while en  route to their home up Jervis  Inlet from Sechelt. Where they  were   visiting   Mrs.   H.   Whit-  .  taker's father, Mr. Cooke.  * *    *  Miss Rosemary Davidson was  up visiting her parents for a  few days. When she left Mrs.  J. Davidson, her mother, went  down with her to spend a week  in Vancouver.  * *    *  Miss Vera Edwardson and her  girl friend, Miss Eunice Davis,  visited the former's parents this  week.  * ���    *  Miss Laura Dubois left home  Friday to begin school in Burnaby.   Lots of luck in your new  studies, Laura.  * *    ��  Mr. Jim Davidson, 'skipper of  the Therma I, has'^enmatcing  the run from Irvines LandMg to  Kuchinka's Camp this week,  while yMr. Jim Peterson has  1_een away on a short holiday.  ������*'���*.. z*  'Mr. and, Mrs; J.:Colussi have  moved up to 'Quarry^ Bay -where "-;*  Mr. Cdiuski/is irking fo��rNor-  man Kline.  * *    *  Mr. and Mrs. G. Elkins rahd  son were up last week-end  visiting   their   daughter,   Mrs.  Ken Williamson, and family.  * *    *  Mr. Hattcook left Sunday for  a trip" to Vancouver, Mrs. Hattcook went down Friday to join  him.  * *    *  Mrs. Gil Hascamp went away  Sunday on the Gulf /Wing..  * *  ��� *.  Mrs. Blair and baby Margaret  Patricia   came   up   Sunday   to  I  Shop  Gibsons Landing  Marine and Automotive  Repairs  Precision Machinists  Arc and Acetylene Welding  Oil Burners Installed'  -and Repaired  ERIC INCUS  GENERAL  TRUCKING  y   and FUEL  Gibson's Landing  Hassans9  GENERAL  Store  PENDER HARBOR  Groceries ��� Meats  Drygoods ��� Drugs  Hardware  Fishing Tackle  *  Independent Fish  Bayers  *     ���'���  Ship Chandlers  Home Oil Products  at  HASSANS' WHARVES  LOOKING  BACK  FROM   OUR  OLD    3?IX>ES  A YEAR AGO TODAY  Dev. John Antle, retired 81-  year-old Church of England  clergyman, set ��� sail from Vancouver on his two-masted yawl  "Revene," with a two-girl crew.  It was expected that the contemplated "voyage, 1,0,000 'miles  in length, would take about a  year.  Cold-deck operations at Osborne's camp were held up for  nearly an hour;by a foraging  bruin.  The Del Mar Cafe was opened  at Squamish.  The Poole Bros tugl-bat "Bighorn" was launched at Hopkins Landing.  visit Tier mother, Mrs. J. Con-  hell.  * ��    *  We hear the Malibou Club  lias closed for the season.  * *    *  Mr. Mac MacDonald, a well-  known oldthner from Princess  ;Louise Inlet, :has. left for his  home in the south,  Mexico, I'  believe it is.  * *    *  Mrs. Cecil Reid and son Cecil  are taking a trip to Vancouver.  Mrs. R. E. Wilson is.looking  after Mrs. Reed's children while  slie is away.  * *    *  Mrs. L. C. Wray made a trip  to Vancouver this week. She  returned with three house-  guests for the week-end. Miss  May -{Henderson, "and Mr. and  Mrs. Henry Selcer.  ���***..-  We regret the -passing of a  well/known old-timer of Pender Harbour, Mr. Louie Kish-  . paugh, who passed away on  Aboard his boat,.-just outside of  TPbwell Riyier. He was on his  way 'down from Toba Inlet after  a fairly successful season.  *    *.   *  . -Mr. Les Gearley is home on  compensation. He hurt,his foot  while working in a logging  camp at Vancouver Bay.  MRS. Don Boatwell and daughter Heather spent a few days  visiting and shopping in Vancouver.  * *    *  Mr. C. Stokely who has recently moved to Madeira Park,  was stricken with a heart attack  and is in St. Mary's hospital.  * *    *  The lot for the Community  Hall has been bulldozed and the  slashing burned, leaving a level  looking clearing.   Mr. OUi Sla-  dey'did the bulldozing.  * *    *  Mr. and Mrs. M. Graham are  spending their holidays hunting  and touring on Vancouver and  Hornby Islands.  * * ��� *  Mrs. Les Buddin, who has  been north fishing with her  husband is spending a few days  with her mother and father,  Mr. and Mrs: O. Kleven. David  Kleven, who is working in Vancouver, arrived home the same  day as his sister.  Mr. and Mrs. Amsco of Vancouver accompanied Mr. and  Mrs. Doug Nichols on a trip -  aboard the Greer Starrette. Mr.  Nichols is the skipper on the  Greer Starrette. Having Mrs.  Buddin, Mrs. Nichol, Mrs. Amsco and David Kleven all home  at once, made quite a f imily reunion for Mr. and Mrs. O. Kleven.  .    *    #    *  Mrs. Sims and Miss Maureen  Spiers spent a week's holiday in  Sim's summer home.  Mrs. D. J. Murray of Hammond-spent a week visiting: her  'daughter, Mrs. Wm. Spurrill.  Mrs. Spurrill, accompanied her  mother    home    to    Hammond,  then spent a few days in Surrey  and Vancouver before returning to Madeira Park.  ..'���**'*..  Mr. E. Carpenter of Ernie's  Point is spending a few weeks  in Vancouver where he is attending to his gardens and  green-house.  Mr. Reg Morgan is in Vancouver on a business trip.  *    *    *  Mr. Oldham of Portland,  Oregon, is visiting his old friend  Mr. Parker whom he has not  seen for many years.  France has 14 movie studios.  The adhesive stamp was in-  TAXI  Phone  Harry Sawyer  Headquarters at  Pearson-Sawyer Office  Sechelt  Office  Phone  Sechelt. 4-C  House Phone  Sechelt, 9-C-4  at the Wharf  Halfmoon Bay  GROCERIES. MEATS,  FRUITS, VEGETABLES  FULL LINE OF  HOME OIL PRODUCTS  WHEN AT THE DOCK  REPLENISH YOUR STOCK  Agents for  B. C. AIRLINES  Make applications for  charter service  Bring Your Repair Jobs4o Us!  Boat Tanks, Worm Air Heating Furnaces Repaired  Range and Heater Repairs  CHICKEN FARM EQUIPMENT  GUTTERS AND DOWNPIPE  AIR CONDITIONING  Sheet Metal   Works  LAURIE SPECK    /     ���  GIBSONS  >rirf1-  Nine billion dollars was spent  in U.SiA. in 1946 for liquor.  Marine Supply  ��� Groceries  ��� Fresh Meals and  Vegetables  ��� Hardware  ��� Shell Oil  ��� Fish Camp  Pender Harbour  "Prompt Attention to Mail^OiMrs!%  * RESTMORE FURNITURE:   Beds, Springs, I-Tattresses  ic GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES:  Radios,  Refrigerators and Washiifg Machines  * FURNITURE:   Occasional Tables,  ....... y Cedar Chests, LaJnaps, Etc.  DOR AN S FURNITURE  WESTVIEW, B.C. ��� PKone i30  ':'yy*: ?������'''���' '^ .Sx";;;'i';zc  sV.J-'''(."���'���>  those new Chevron signs  , And. those questions are music to our ears  "--because we want you to know all about 'em.  "yXou see, lots of people appreciate the careful,  friendly service they get at independent stations  tut they don't always know they are locally-  > owned. * So those new Chevron Signs and the  extinctive burgundy, cream and green paint  jobs on .our stations mean that we're independent business-men in the community.  j_rs mighty* important to us that our customers  get the finest���so you can be sure we'll continue  to handle products like Chevron Supreme Gasoline and RPM. Motor Oil. Our services and  accessories will be the same high quality, too.  Chevron Gas Stations always honor Standard  of B.C. Credit Cards, too. If you haven't  applied for one yet, we'll be glad to take your  application at any time.  REMEMBER..*/^- same products, the same service, the same folks to serve you  BEASLEY'S SERVICE STATION  Half Moon Bay, B. C.  AL BRINE'S GARAGE  Roberts Creek, -B. C.  SILVER  GRILLE  GAS STATION  Mickey Coe  Wilson Creek, B. C.  SLIM THORBURN GARAGE  Gibsons- B, C.  UNION STEAMSHIPS LTD.  Sechelt, B. C.  _Uij_Lii'Ii  W^^SKSSSSS^^^^^MiS^  ��-W8 MARSHALL  BROS.  PLUMBING   and  HEATING  Servicing West Howe Sound  and  Sechelt Peninsula  GIBSONS  LANDING  BUY MEATS  y^iHi  CONFIDENCE  Compare our prices with  the city. We are 5 to 10%  lower. It pays to shop for  youf meats at .... ...  H. KENNETT  BUTCHER  Next to Bank of Montreal  Gibsons Landing  By NETTIE HAMILTON  HELLO folk, another week and  it's me again, and I'm afraid  I haven't much news, what with  preserving, etc., I haven't just  got out this week.  * *    *  First for the mumps. I really  and truly think they have decided to go south for the winter and as far as I know my  daughter  Barbara  Ann  is  the  last case.  ��� *    *  Well George Deacon's chest  has expanded at least 10 inches  since Friday seeing that he has  at last got his son, so congratulations to him and Lyla, also  birthday  greetings to  Lyla  on  SELMA PARK  General Store  and  Post Office  Groceries, Hardware  Softdrinks, Magazines  Fresh Fruits and Vegetables  FRED WILLOWS  Proprietor  _������"  t  Bankof Montreal  GIBSONS LANDING, B.C.  Sub-agency to Carrall and Hastings Sts.  Branch, Vancouver, B.C.  Bank at Gibsons and have the benefit of both a "town"  account and full services 'brought to the door*.  Rates  -cjjd facilities exactly siihilar to those at Carrall and  Hastings Branch.  Tiiesday--10:45 a.m.���2:30 jun.  Friday���10:45 a.m.���2:30 p.m.  Ask for our. booklet, "Your Bank and How You May  Use It" arid "Services of the Bank of Montreal".  For M the News .. .Read The "News''  Don't Waste Precious Hours  in Slow Travel!  Fly There!  Safe Economical Seaplanes ��� Experienced Pilots  Air Express���-Charter ���- Sightseeing  Timbercruising  TRY US ON TtfAT~4*iEXT4T-R*P TO-TOWN   -  For Rates and information call  Associated Air Taxi Ltd.  Richmond 1481  on contact our local agents  Pearson and Sawyer, Sechelt  Phone Sechelt 4-C or 9-C-4  P. G.,McPherson, Gibsons  Phone Gibsons 2-A  Union Steamship Store  ��� '"���'������  New Arrivals/  Fall and Winter  Clothing  for all the family  \   School Boots and Rubber Footwear  ���-:���'���  Union Steamship Store  SECHELT  11  SELMA PARK  4-room house on waterfront/  furnished.  WEST SECHELT  4-room house, completely furnished,   14 acres,  cash or terms.  WATERFRONT LOTS  at Roberts Creek, Wilson Creek, West.Sechelt,  Halfmoon Bay, Pender Harbour.  CONSOLIDATED BROKERS LTD.  942 West Pender Street  Vancouver, B.C. PA. 3348  E.-W. PARR PEARSON  Gulf Coast Manager, Sechelt  Phone Sechelt, 4-C  her birthday Saturday. Junior  almost came on Mama's birthday.  * *    *  -Congratulations to Mr. and  Mrs. Ttoy Johns, formerly of the  trail. I hear tonight May had a  daughter this morning, Sunday,  September 23.  * *    *  Mr. and Mrs. E. Manson flew  over to Victoria for a few days.  * *'   *  My new neighbors the Tom  Wills (with the adorable twins)  had the baby's grandmother up  for a few days from Vancouver,  Mrs. Geery, and friend, Mrs.  Caldwell, and they really think  Britannia and the trail are a  little bit of heaven.     (I guess  they're fight at that.)  * * ' *  Mrs., Pearl Stevens arrived  home with her hew isbn;  also  Mrs. Wynier with her riew son.  * #    *  Well we had anothier stab at  bihgb'Saturday night, put on by  the Canadian .Legion. There  was a big turn but and what  lovely. prizes. I was lucky  enough to win a "much heeded  casserole and six large Pyrex  fruit dishes. Flo Verdisco  almost had to 'get Bob -SSwan fillet 'the truck oiit to take her  home-after wiiming a bbx of  Mcintosh apples, 12 tins of sbtip  and tea, coffee and cocoa, so  we'll   sure 'expect' two   apples  each on Hallowe'en or else?  * *. - * .  I    had    a    surprise   ^tbflay.  George BoroVick, fornferly &n  dldtimer of * the townsite came  up from Vancouver to spend a  , few days with us.  * *    *  I see Jean and Johnny Wharton are up. I haven't had a  chance to say hello to tKem yet  ���so I'll say hello riovv. T believe  Johnny   is   -working   in   New  Westminster.  * * . *  Had a letter from Bev Collier  Jand he Vished to be remembered to all,alsb h��d a letter from  the Sid Clarkes at Victoria and  said to say hello to all the folk.  * *    *  Mrs. Alexander and Eugene  are home 'again, after being  away to Hedleyfor three weeks  where   Eugene   underwent   an  operation up there.  * *    *  Sorry to hear Mr. Alexander  is now in St. Vincent's 'hospital  having an operation, so hope he  is feeling not too rotten. Hello  Bob from all of us.  * *    *  %ill O'Kell's mother is up  visiting her son, and by all accounts enjoying her stay.  * *    *  I notice all .the mothers of  the trail and their children all  on their way to the church  rally arid was'glad to hear there  was Stick a riice ttirnout. Sorry  I wasn't there, seeing that imy  daughter was sick.  ~-<-r-~  *     *     ��  -Mrs. C. Robinson's father is  up visiting her.  He is 87 ijrears  Voung and flew from Oregon.  * *    *  Eva Rowed is home with her  family, a boy and girl, and I  hear she is busy collecting diapers.  ������*������*���  iHello, Ivy and Crichton, ?and  how's Trail.    Are you showed  under yet?  * *    *  Miy and'Mrs. "Dodyk and family are on holidays in Vancouver.   Mrs. Dodyk's brothfer and  wife and family were up for a  GIBSONS  MARINE SALES  Briggs & Stratton  Evinrude  IN STOCK  City Prices  Some Used Outfits Listed  Prepare Your  Radio  for the longer evenings.  Have it checked NOW!  W.GvFortt  Wilson Creek Garage Ltd.  WILSON  CREEK  i  We Have * Good  Selection of  Supersilk Hosiery  i&cktVs Work Boots  ond Scampers  Standard Oil Products  Bus Stop  HALFMOON BAY  SELMA PARK  By HILDA LEE  MR. AND Mrs. Bob Neal  and  children have been guests of  the  former's  parents,  Mr.  ahd  Mrs. H. Near of Selma Lodge.  * *    *  Mr. and Mrs. E. Schwitzer of  Vancouver spent last week  with Mr. and Mrs. S. McKay.  * ,.*    *  A very; pleasant evening was  spent September 1.5 when Mrs.  T. Tunbridge invited the ladies  of Selma Park to her home to  discuss -plans for the proposed  bazaar. It was decided to hold  it during the first week of December at Sechelt.   Exact date  few days and sure enjoyed by  the water.  * *    *  ��� Mr. and Mrs.' Red Verdesio  are back "from their holidays  spent in Vancouver, and are now  home trying but 'this new furnace, and by all accounts it's  really an Al job, basement and  all.  * *    *  Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Tim-  mins of the trail and their family are back from their holidays  spent in Vancouver.  and location will be announced  later. The general convener is  Mrs. G. Colson, with the following assistants: Mrs. T. Tunbridge in charge of sewing;  Mrs. Ethel Walker, home-cooking; Mrs. F. Willows, the fishpond; Mrs. Colson, toys; and  Mrs. W. Schott, the afternoon  tea. The group is also compiling a cook-book to be sold,  recipes to be turned in to Mrs.  S. McKay or Mrs. J. E. Lee. Mrs.  Willows will receive donations  for the fish-pond at the store.  Miss A. Millar and Mrs. P.  Bruynell were appointed the  buying committee. The evening was spent in sewing for  the bazaar, and at the close the  hostess served refreshments.  Mrs. G. Colson and Mrs. J.  Sowerby were the lucky winners of the raffle. Candy was  also sold. All proceeds to the  Community fund.  *    *    *  The residents of Selma park  are very sorry to see the discontinuation of Friday morning  Gulf Wing service.    It  was  a  great convenience to be able to  get to Vancouver and back in  one day without a long bus trip.  We do not begrudge Gibsons  the added service, but 1;hey have  other' means of fast transportation.    It  is  to  be hoped "the  THE COAST NEWS, Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  powers that be of the Gulf Lines  will soon return a daily service  on one day of the week.  4 * *  Mrs. McKay, her sister and  niece have returned to Vancouver to resume residence there.  * *    *  Mrs. L. Lund is in Vancouver  for a few days as is also Mrs. J.  Suggitt, whose sister, Mrs. Orbo,  will return with her to Selma  Park.  * *    *  Mr. O'Driscoll and daughter  Agnes are at their camp enjoying the Indian summer.  * *    *  Mrs.   Tillotson   has   returned  to Selma Park to stay for some  time.  Optometrist  510  West   Hastings  Street  VANCOUVER  a  at Gibson's  Landing  EACH  Friday and Saturday  Eyes Examined and Glasses  Fitted  Les Peterson  GIBSONS  Next to Shoe Renew  LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE���COAST NEWS  Business and Personal Printing  Office Equipment and Supplies  Typewriter Sales and Rentals  GULF LINES LTD.  M.V."GULF WING"  Schedule of operations between VANCOUVER and PENDER HARBOUR  Coding at Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay and Gibsons  ROUTE No. 2  NORTHBOUND  Lv. Vancouver'"__  Ar. Gibsons _���___  Ar. Sechelt i_  Ar. Halfmoon __  Ar. Pander* ______  Monday  No  Northbound  Trip  Tuesday  9:30 ajn.  No Call  11:45 son.  12:30 p.m.  1:30 pin.  Wednesday  ShSQ^eum.  No Call  11:45 a.m.  12:30. p.m.  1:30 p.m.  Thursday  9:30 a.m.  No Call  11:45 a.m.  12:30 pan.  1:30 p.m.  Friday  Trip No. 1  9:30 a.m.  No Call  11:45 a.m.  12:30 p.m.  1:30 p.m.  Friday  Trip No. 2  6:15 p.m.  7:45 p.m.  Remains  Gibsons  Overnight  Saturday  9:30 a.m.  No Call  11:45 a.m.  12:30 p.m.  1:30 p.m.  Sunday  Trip No. 1  9:30 a.m.  No Call  11:45 a.m.  12:30 p.m.  1:30 p.m.  Sunday  Trip No. 2  6:15 p.m.  7:45 p.m.  Remains  Gibsons  Overnight  'NOTE���Pender Harbour Calls will be made at Irvine's Lndg., Garden Bay, Madiera Park  SOUTHBOUND  Lv. Pender  Lv. Halfmoon  Lv. Sechelt   Lv. Gibsons    Ar. Vancouver  -  Monday  7:00 a.m.  8:30 a.m.  Tuesday  1:30 p.m.  3:00 pjn.  3:45 pjn.  No Call  6:00 pjn.  Wednesday  1:30 p.m.  3:00 pjn.  3:45 pjn.  No Call  6:00 pjn.  Thursday  1:30 p.m.  3:00 p.m.  3:45 p.m.  No Call  6:00 pjn.  Friday  1:30 p.m.  3:00 p.m.  3:45 p.m.  No Call  6:00 p.m.  Saturday  Trip No. 1  7:30 a.m.  9.00 a.m.  Saturday  Trip No. 2  1:30 p.m.  3:00 p.m.  3:45 p.m.  No Call  6:00 p.m.  Sunday  1:30 p.m.  3:00 p.m.  3:45 p.m.  No Call  6:00 p.m.  For information please call MA. 4655 or MA. 7039  Ferry Wharf, ft. Columbia St. Vancouver, B.C.  Route No. 3 Schedule effective Sept. 15, 1947, Operating on D.S.T., until further notice. 4  THE COAST NEWS, Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  By SUE ELLA  Mrs.   Jim  Davidson   has   returned home after a week's visit  to Vancouver.  *    *    *  Mrs. J. W. Potts is expected  Steele's  Radio and Electric  Guaranteed Service  All makes of radios,  record  players and electric  appliances.  Phone Sechelt 9k  BULLDOZER  . FOR  HIRE  Land Clearing  Basements  Excavated  Roads  Built,  Etc.  Albert Danroth  Roberts Creek  home this week after an absence of three weeks during  which time she visited with her  daughter and son-in-law, Mr.  and Mrs. P. Groves, in their  new home in Portland, Oregon.  * *    *  Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Brenton  have returned from their  honeymoon and are residing in  Garden Bay.  * *    *  Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Kauffman  of Ocean Falls are spending-  their honeymoon in Pender  Harbour guests of parents Mr.  and Mrs. S. Andrews.  * *    *  Miss Gladys Craig has tendered her resignation from the  staff of St. Mary's Hospital.  * *    *  Mrs. Lloyd I. Davis has returned from a business trip to  Vancouver. Mr. Davis has  opened a grocery store at Garden Bay.  * *    *  Mrs. Guteriez and daughter  Sharon are residing at Garden  Bay. Mr. Guteriez is working  for the Inlet Pulp Wood, Jervis  Inlet.  The Columbia Mission boat  docked at Hospital Wharf Monday evening and residents of  the place were invited aboard  to see a showing of films.  SECHELT WEST  By EARLE GRAY  If a radio message could be  sent to the nearest star, it would  take more than four years for  the sound to be received there.  Peninsula Headquarters  ��� Range Boilers  �� Plumbing Supplies  Supplies are available for  all your plumbing needs.  Contact us now in readiness  for winter.  Marshall Bros.  Gibsons Landing  Serving the Peninsula".  It's Tonic Time!  *  Help Keep That Summer Pep  Through the Winter!  FOR THE CHILDREN:  INFANTOL .......  90c, $3.00  0STOCO DROPS  . ____________��� $1.25, $3.75  CHILDREN'S TONIC __._ ___-_-_ - 60c  NEO CHEMICAL FOpD $1.15, $2.45, $4.45  MALT AND COD LIVER OIL:   2 lb. jar ��� 98c  COD LIVER OIL:   Fortified 10A and D.  $1.00, $3.95  FOR MOM AND DAD:  MALTLEVOL  $2.00  NEO CHEMICAL CAPSULES .___ $1.25, $2.25, $5.00  PLENAMINS with liver and iron $1.75, $5.50  WAMPOLES EXTRACT ... _ . $1.00  PEPTONA IRON TONIC -__ $1.00  VITASOL CAPSULES ... $1.75, $3.25, $6.00  WYETH B-PLEX:  8-oz.  $3.00  -M^--M-iMKM^^H__a  NEW CHARM KURL  50 new curlers, complete    $1.79  MEN:  Sunbeam Shavemaster        -  $26.75  LADIES:  ISilque Cream Shampoo with Lanolin ______ $1.00  j___���__������*_��r�����_��__���___tfW��-__���_>-���_*-___����-�������'^-__���___���M___^n_D_i  AN OLDTIMER at West  Sechelt, now living in Vancouver, was seen spending last  week-end at his home in West  Sechelt. He is none other than  Alex Kean, former Union truck  driver. We are sorry to hear  that his daughter, Catherine,  has broken her wrist in two  places.    Hope she will soon be  better again,  * *    *  Norman Edwardson is seen  sporting a new car these days."  Quite a classy looking affair.  We hear that he is getting quite  a few offers for his old car.  Anybody want to buy a car?  * *   ���*  Mrs. W. B. Billingsly is visiting her grandchildren while -  their parents, Mr. and Mrs.  Harry Billingsly are on their  holidays. Mr. W. B. Billingsly  was also seen leaving for Vancouver. _       . ���  * *    *  We are glad to hear that Mrs.  J. Nickson, who was recently  hurt in a,fall at her home, is  now recuperating nicely at the  home of her daughter in Vancouver, Mrs. D. Sutherland. It  is hoped that Mrs. Nickson will  be able to return to her home in  West Sechelt in the near future.  Mrs. D. Sutherland Jr. and  daughter, Carol, are spending a  few weeks at "Rexwood," the  home of Mrs. J. Nickson.  * *    *  On Wednesday, September  17, Mrs. F. Gibbons left for  Vancouver1-, for a short holiday'.  . *    *    * ���  Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Berry are  rejoicingy^over the news of a  new grandson. Proud parents  are Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Mc-  Mullin of Port Arthur, Ont.  Mrs.   McMullin   is  the  former  May Berry.  * *    *  We saw Lily Gowland who  was up visiting her folk for the  week-end.  * *    *  It seems that if you have  some property to sell in West  Sechelt it's sure, to sell. Another sub - division in West  Sechelt is reportedly going  ahead in grand style. We hear  that Archbishop de Pencier has  sold several lots out here.  These are really'grand buys, but  then any land in West Sechelt is  a choice lot.  * ��    *  * Sunday, September 28, the  proverbial pea soup was so  thick that the Gulf Wing got a  Perry Mason  heard every  Monday through  Friday, 6:00 p.m.  DIAL 600  Dr. Leo Friesen  B.A., M.D., L.M.C.C.  PHYSICIAN AND  SURGEON  603 E. 15th Aye.  Corner of Kingsway  and 15th Ave.  VANCOUVER, B.C.  Phone FA. 3150  MM^  LANG'S DRUGS  GIBSONS LANDING  Weekdays ��� 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.  Saturdays������ 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday ��� Closed  Doris' Beauty Bar  Opposite  Howe Sound  Trading  Gibsons Landing  Complete line of .  BEAUTY SERVICES  Doris Bedwell,  Operator  Coleman Oil Heaters, $67.50  This is a truly remarkable circulating heater at the price and has a hearty recommendation from the few people we were able to supply last winter.   Due to an  increase in supply we are now able to fulfill all previous orders.  Any one of these  heaters sold will be guaranteed a supply of fuel.  LET US INSTALL YOUR CAR HEATER  They Are Now Available  There's a Ford for you soon.   It will pay you to wait a little longer.  .      Use Standard stove and diesel fuel���R.P.M. oils and greases.  TIRES, TUBES AND ACCESSORIES AT CITY PRICES  H  %  r4L  WILSON CREEK  Our telephone ring is 1-L 1-S 2-L  little off her course. By some  miscalculation she started coming ashore at; West Sechelt  about a mile west of the wharf.  A chorus of car horns on the  wharf soon informed them as to  the whereabouts of the wharf.  For quite a while a lively conversation, sounding like the  lost chord, was carried on between the whistle of the Wing  and the car horns on the wharf.  They finally located the wharf  but not without a lot of difficulty, all of which goes to show  the need for some kind of light  on our wharf.  * *    *  On Tuesday, September 23,  Mrs. J. Wood returned from a  two-week holiday with her  daughter, Mrs. Gus Cruicil Jr.  at Toba Inlet. Mrs. Wood informs me that the logging roads  up there are better than the  . government roads here.  * *    *  Returning to Vancouver after  a two-week holiday in West  Sechelt at "Breamar" are Mr.  and Mrs. Maclean. The Mac-  Leans have been spending their  summer holidays at Breamar  for several years.  * *    *  Spending the week-end in  her home in West Sechelt is  Miss Rose Martin of Vancouver.  '*._."*���*  We are glad to hear that Mrs.  J. Nickson is' reportedly re-  couperating nicely at the home  of her daughter, Mrs. D. Sutherland, after a fall at her home.  It is hoped that Mrs. Nickson  will soon be well enough to return   to   her   home   iri   West  Sechelt,  "Rexwood."  * *    *  Monday, September 27, the  ladies of Sechelt V.O.N. Auxiliary met at the home of Mr. N.  E. C. Arnold, to a farewell party  for the popular V.O.N, nurse,  Miss M. Forry.' Miss Forry is  leaving���very shortly to become  a bride. She was presented  with a beautiful card table by ;'  the ladies.     -y-  Also  at the" party was  Miss  Irving who is to succeed Miss  . Forry as the V.O.N, nurse here.  We wish them both success and  happiness.    Twenty-five  ladies  were present.  * ������������ *    *������  Guests pf Mr. and Mrs. N. E.  C. Arnold for the week-end  were Mr. and Mrs. MacCrea and  daughter Marion accompanied  by Mr. Brett Manloff. Mrs.  MacCrea arid Marion have just  returned from England where  Marion was studying art. She  is now an art teacher at the  Vancouver Art School.  Mrs. Brooks / from, Powell  River arrived at Sechelt on Friday, September. 26, to spend a  week's holiday with Mr. and  Mrs; MacFarlane at their home  here;   \Y.     '.YZ  ". ��� '". ������'.  y ���>; *_: ���.������" :���-'������  On Sunday, October 5, the  St. Hilda's Sunday School will  resume after.��� a short summer  holiday. Leadership will be  under the direction of Mr. S. C.  Redman, Mrs. M. Arnold and  Mrs. H. W. 'Brooker who so  ably directed the Sunday School  last year. It is hoped that they  will have aribther year as successful as last year.  ENTERPRISE VALLEY  GUESTS at the farewell party  given in honor of Misses Vel-  ma, Marjorie and Grace Harris,  were Mr. and Mrs. Charles  Sundquist and daughters Winona and Alma, Mr. and Mrs.  Ben Klien, Mr. and Mrs. Peter  Klien with Judy and Dick, Mr.  Lois Hied, Mr. and Mrs. Bud  Jones with sons Norman, Howard and Buddy, Mr. and Mrs.  Johnson, Madeira Park; Miss  Laura Du Bois, Mr. Len Du  Bois, Mr. Earl McKay.  Dancing and singing by  campfire light was enjoyed by  all. As we reluctantly took  leave in the wee small hours  we all thanked Mr. and Mrs.  Henry Harris for making it possible for us all to have such a  wonderful evening. The girls  will be leaving September 26 to  begin school at the Missionary  Bible College in Vancouver and  we all' want to wisKthem the  best of luck and all the success  to be this term.  *    *    *  Miss Charlotte Ferguson,  teacher of Kliendale School,  had as surprise guests ' of the  week-end Miss Margaret Lovell  of Edmonton, Alberta; Mr.  Howard Ferguson, Vancouver,  and Mr. Robert ~ Faulkner, also  of Vancouver. Miss Ferguson  will soon be getting used.to ���  these surprises as last week-end.  her sister-in-law, an English  bride, and her infant daughter,  paid her a surprise visit.  *'���*"*.'  Mrs.  Henry  Harris  has  just  received  her  first  letter  from  her son Derald, who is attends  ing the Vancouver College. He,  likes his new friends and is db-f  ing fine in-school, but there is \  still no place like home.    ; y  Mr. and Mrs. Archie Werner  have returned from a visit to ���  Vancouver where they attended  there will be refreshments  served, a free and valuable door  prize given away and the winners of the motto contest will be  announced. Everything promises to be free and easy. Music  will be provided by records.  This is one dance the teen-agers  must put on their "must attend"  list. Doors are open to anyone  between the ages of 13,and 20.  "Public Opinion" Star  By INEZ WILLISON  MR. AND Mrs. Ivor B. Jorgenson have returned after several days shopping tour in New  Westminster and Vancouver.  * *    *  Mr. R. Sinclair has returned  from   Blackfish   Sound   fishing  ground.  * *    *  Mr. J. Kitchner stopped in on  his way home to Vancouver  from Prince Rupert for a couple  days' visit with Willisons. Also  Mr. and Mrs. Yates stopped in  for a brief visit with E. Long,  all   travelling  with  their   own  boats.  y *'    *     *  Mr. and Mrs. J. Daly and  their two sons of Garden Bay,  spent the week-end holiday at  the home of Willisons.  the wedding of their niece, Miss  Jenny, Donaldson.  * *   .*������  Mr. William McKay is here  spending a short holiday with  his son, Earl McKay,; of the  K.O.S. Logging Company.:  ��������� .*. ���  *    * '���'���.':'  Mr. and Mrs. Ear!.Laughlin ~>  Jr. paid a visit to relatives arid  friends in the valley. This is  the first time he has been: here  for several years although his  father, Mr. E. A. Laughlin, has  resided here for the past twenty  years. We are looking forward'  tb another visit soon.  '������*���'���*..*'���- '.' ���'-'������.  Mr. Lois Hied and Mr. Henry  Harris made a short business  trip to Vancouver recently,vgo^  ing by way of pibsons. y y  Summer Has Gone  Autumn Is Here  Come To   y^.:  ...    'e - ���  WAKEFIELD  for good cheer  You can eat across the street.  Selma Park  Hairdressing Shop  ������-   * :  A Complete  Hairdressing  Service  '. ������������������.y  DOLLY  JONAS  Phone for Appointments  y Ablett aitd Cole  Plumbing and Heating  Oil Burner Sales and  Service  Phone: Thorburn's Garage  y    Gibsons:  THIS WEEK'S MOVIES  George Raft, Claire Trevor iny  "I STOLE) A MILLION"  Plus News, Serial, Cartoon, Short  An intense powerful drama you must not miss!  IRVINES LANDING���Tuesday, October 14  ROBERTS CREEK���Wednesday, October  15  SECHELT���-Thursday, October 16  KOHLER OF KOHLER  110 Volts-^Electric Plants���32 Volts  800,  1,500, 2,000,  5,000,  10,000 Watts���A.C. or D.C.  Haddock & Stephens Engineering  PENDERHARBOUR&.C.  L  Friday, October 10, the  Sechelt Teen Town is slated to  hold their- first dance of the  season, y It is reported that this  dance is a preview of things to  come.. Doors are scheduled to  open at 8:30 p.m. sharp. After  that   when   things   get   rolling  Wally Garrett is the new master, of  ceremonies on "Public Opinion,", the  popular .program presented by; David  Spencer Limited. Broadcast over'.  CKWX, the new time for "Public  Opinion" is 9:00 tb, 9:30 p.m.,  Wednesdays. The prograiri originates  in the CKWX Playhouse.  For Better Health  HARLEY C. ANDERSON  NATUROPATHIC PHYSICIAN  OFFICE HOURS: Hon., Wed., and Fri. only���9 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Open. Evening's  by Special Appointment'  Three.Years on Staff of.Keystone Hospital. Chicago  (A Surgical and Physiotherapy Hospital)  Box 15,  Gibsons landing', B. O.  DIET ��� KASSAOE ��� ELECTROTHERAPY  ���.....���������'���..y ���!.:���'.:������������'���.���: ������    and':���������������'���;���������'���  Anatomical Adjustments  Preparefor  We are Headquarters for _ . .  Duo Therm Oil Heaters __. $67.95 up  Coleman Heaters : $59.95 up  Good Cheer and Fawcett Wood and Coal Heaters  Quebec Heaters, wood and coal. $24.50  Air-Type Heaters, three sizes. $3.40 up  Attention Builders  We Have a  Full Line of  Wallhoard and Building Supplies,  Cement, Lime, Bricks, Etc.    .  Also a Full Line of  Plumbing and Galvanized Pipes  In Stock for Immediate Delivery  We have a full line of ...  Men's Winter Clothing  AND  HUNTING  EQUIPMENT  Large Supply of Ammunition  Full .line-of House Furnishings and  Bedding.. .also China, Etc.  wai  GIBSONS LANDING  WE DELIVER  PHONE GIBSONS, 2U2

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