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 Serving a Progressive and Growing  Area on B. C.'s Southern Coast. ,  Covers Sechelt, 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 NEWS, ZiXXZZTEiD  Business Office:  Sechelt, B.C. National Advertising- Office, Powell River, B.C.  Vol. Hi ��� No. 16  Sechelt, B. C.  Friday. October 31, 1947  5c per copy, $2.50 per year, by mail.  ly ���Photo by Aero Surveys Ltd., Vancouver  OLD TIME SUMMER RESORT: The small arrow at top right  of this air-photo points to the wharf at Seaside Park,  one time popular Summer resort on beautiful Howe Sound,  30 miles North of Vancouver. Seaside Park's popularity was  at its height just prior to the first World War. The development of other resorts in the area depleted interest in Seaside  but its eclipse is not yet. A thriving pulp mill is operating and  expanding along side,.known-as Port Mellon. The mill is that  -of the^Sorg Pulp Co.JLtd.- The Company, has purchased the  Seaside property including its hotel and is now carrying out  ��'On: improvement and expansion program. This includes the  installation of modern equipment and machinery, cafeteria  and modern homes. The population of Port Mellon and Seaside is 800. Its thriving industry produces daily 160 tons of  unbleached kraft pulp and each month turns out over 1 V_>  million feet of lumber. The above picture was made at an  elevation of 4,000 feet. The entire pulp production of this  mill, like other pulp._gnd paper mills in B.C. is sold in the  United States, helping acquire much needed American dollars.  In 1946 the Pulp and Paper Industry in B.C. secured over $40  millions in American dollars for B.C. and Canada.  IN THE MAILBAG . . .  KLEINDALE  By MRS.  O. DUBOIS  Irvine's Landing Woman  Protests Treatment of  Passengers by 'Umon'Crew  Irvine's Landing, B.C.,  October 19, .1947.  The^ Editor", 'Coast Jfews'._v ���,  "���     ���- _ri>   -rr-^A^Q-  o* r* _ j.'S-  .-.-jfr-z*-   .   ~._r_i_ J* \>.  - The, Editor, yuoast JNews._v ���,     '    ,    4,    ftlftCAMC MFIAIC  18, there, were eight adults, two  children and a week-old baby,  came up-on.the Union Steamship for Pender Harbour. They  were told at Halfmoon Bay that  the Union was not calling into  Pender Harbour and they  would have_ tb get off the boat.  When some asked if they could  stay on and take a chance on  the boat going into Pender they  were told that they would be  put off at the next stop, which  would have . been Stillwater,  and at their own expense. They  got off the boat without knowledge of transportation or way  of getting to their destination  whatsoever. They did get a  taxi and when they arrived at  Pender Harbour the yUnion boat  was in unloading the freight. It  was an absolute disgrace and  the crew of the Union was sarcastic^ insulting and rude to the  passengers. Those.; people had  paid their fare to Pender Harbour and then 4vere put off the  boat and had to pay their own  taxi-fare from Halfmoon Buy  "to Pender Harbour. I am sure  they have lost quite a few more  passengers that the Jervis Express and Gulf lanes will acquire. V  One of the women had just  ygotten out of the hospital ��� ih  Vancouver that morning with  a week-old baby. That girl  was sicky when she finahy  reached home. She was absolutely going in circles;  Margaret Duncan;  S5S��SKSS��iS  BIBLE READING  THUS saith the Lord, Let not  the   wise  man   glory  in  his  wisdom, neither let the mighty  man glory in his might, let not  the rich man glory in his riches:  But let him that glorieth glory r  in this, that he understandeth  and knoWeth Me, that I am the >  Lord   which   exercise:,  loving- ;  kindness, judgment, and right-y  eousness, ih the earth:   for in  these   things  I delight,, saidth  the Lord.���Jer. 9:23,24.:  And the seventy returned  again with joy, saying, Lord,  even the devils are subject unto  us through Thy name. And He  said unto them, I beheld Satan  as lightning fall from' heaven:'  Behold, I give unto you power  to tread on serpents and icor-  piohs, and over all the power;  of the enemy: and nothing shall  by any means hurt you. Notwithstanding in this; re j oice not,  that the spirits are subject unto  you; but rather rejoice, because  your1 names are - written m  heaveh.���ST. Luke 10:17-20.  Thou wilt show me the path  of life: inThy presence is fulness df^jd^i at Thy right hand  there greApleasures for evermore���Psalm, 16:11.  By LES PETERSON  IT IS good to see that' that  grand old trouper, Jim Rennie-  of Granthams, is up and around  again. Reporter Rennie underwent a serious operation in hospital some time ago, but is convalescing ;now... In: the meantime, Mrs.'..-Rennie; is doing nicely in handling1; Coast" News for  the h��rrie"town/''"���'���"-''' '  *    *   . * ���  Mr; and Mrs; Harry Gough of  Vancouver haye moved to Gibsons to - live. . Harry Gough  bought the Riley; property near.  Gower Point a few years ago,  and although he and Mrs. Gough  have been paying visits to theiry  home here for some time it is '  only now 'that they have moved  here to live. This move does  not mean retirement for Mr.  Gough,, proprietor of Gough  Electric, but it does mean that  ���he- and Mrs. Gough Will be at  Gibsons a greater percentage  of the' time than was the. case  up until now/  Gibsons and Roberts  Creek in Challenge  Badminton Matches  BADMINTON enthusiasts witnessed a friendly challenge  between Gibsons'. and Roberts  Creek Badminton Clubs when  the latter.played host on Friday, October 24.  Roberts Creek won 18. games  to ^ribsons' ..unlucky 13 ��� with  Gibsons, having 15 players oh  hand to Roberts' 26;  During ��� the coffee recess  president L. Peterson invited  the Roberts Creek players to a;  return engagement on No vember; 4, which was accepted with  enthusiasm by president Keith  Wright on behalf of the members.  Royal Wedding Day  Holiday for Schools  VICTORIA -^ N o v e mb &r 20,  Elizabeth's wedding day, will  be a school holiday in British  Columbia, provincial secretary  Pearson announced following a  cabinet5 meeting today/     --v ^  ;.- It will /not ;be proclaimed i\s  a general holiday requiring  closing- ofy places of Vbusiness,  but the children will be free  from their/lessons for that day.  GIBSONS���-The Dominion government has. completed construction of a /wharf in the bay  at Gibsons, .Dominion .public  works: materials for floats and  wharves from Sechelt to Gambier Island will be stored in a  shed which is to be built on the  structure.  MRS. JAMES Phillips is now  cooking for the Cockbourne  Logging Co. at Nelson Island.  Due to. the cook shortage here  ^she was forced to go and fill in  :as a cook until they are able  to get a permanent cook.  In the meantime her youngest set of twins,  Caroline and  Jack, have started school here  . with  their  elder  sisters,  Jean,  Marlene and Diana.  * ��i    *  Mr.- Roy West bf the One-  Man Logging Show has his one  section of logs again boomed.  He does remarkably well to get  as many logs in as he does, all  by himself. It means a long  walk to work for him. He falls  his own timber with a one-man  . power saw, runs his own small  '��� donkey, hooks his own logs on  and in they come, if they don't  hang up. As I said before, Well  done, Mr. West, for a man close  to 60.  * *    *  Winnie Sundquist just purchased another cow, this one  from. Mrs. Henry Harris. She.  is now  running a small  dairy  business.  * *    *  The   meat   shortage   did   not  /hurt  the local farmers  any at  ��� any rate, they got rid of. their  ,_dsuj_plu&j_eej^^  price, > which  is  something  foi1  the farmer.  * *    *..������������������  It doesn't seem possible but  We are-even tired of eating turkey. Almost every family  bought a turkey over the weekend and had to invite their  neighbors in to help eat it. Mr.  and Mrs. Archie West had as  guests for a turkey dinner  Monday night Miss Charlotte  Ferguson, our local school  teacher; Mr. ahd Mrs. Oliver  Dubois and children, Terry,  Beverly, Marline and Baby,  Nancy.  '..\:y~ '*'       #        *  The children of Kleindale are  planning a big celebration for  Hallowe'en, so tie up your dogs,  neighbors, and have plenty of  candy and what not/and maybe  the   local  spooks   won't   be  so  hard on you.  * *    *  Ronald Heid has left again  for   Vancouver where  he   will  ��� seek work again in a logging  camp.  ...���'���-"��� *   .* ���"��� *  Kleindale community concert  arid box social is to be held at  . the Kleindale School on Nov.  22 at 8 p.m. Outside talent  wanted. - Anyone wishing to  participate please get in touch  with Miss C. Ferguson, Kleindale School, before Nov. 21.  Three prizes .will/be given to the  best performances.  Free   transportation   will   be  ^provided- from Madeira Park to  school for concert for anyone  coming-by boat, last car leaving i Madeira  at   approximately  -; 7:45 o'clock.  ��� ' Now this concert by the  adults is- being put on to collect enough money for the. children's. Christmas tree so come  ��� One and/all^   The admission is  only 25 cents so come and get  your quarter's worth, and last .  but not least, ladies, brings bas-  ;ketsyfor the box social.  Women Noticeable by  Absence at Polls  Says Sinclair  NORTtt VANCOUVER. ��� Ottawa could "well do with a  better representation of women," James Sinclair, M.P., told  North Vancouver} Junior Chamber of 'Commerce/Thursday. .  Y The :i absence of women on  Capitol hill is "very notice-  .able," he ; said; "and it takes  woman to speaik with eloquence  on problems of family significance,"  The low ration of women  M.P.'s he suggested, might derive from the fact that "it takes  a top.' flight Woman candidate  to beat a second rate man at  the polls."  Mrs. L. C.  Passes October 25  ROBERTS CREEK���Mrs. Louisa  McKinnon passed away Saturday evening, October 25,  1947, at the home of her devoted daughter, Mrs. Ruth Mitchell. Born in Victoria in 1862,  she left for Oakland, Calif., at  an early age where she received  her education, coming back to  Victoria at the age of 18.  She was the daughter of John  Hill, a pioneer building contractor before the ��� "Big Fire"  which completely demolished  his assets. After the fire he  started re-construction and  many of his" buildings are still  standing on Main Street where  they were built when that area  was the centre of a young city.  The late Mrs. MacKinnon  was married in Vancouver to  Thomas McKinnon and widowed whjen her five children were  still young. She moved her  family to Santa Barbara where  she lived until five years age  She has since made her home  at Roberts Creek with her  daughter Ruth. She leaves to'  . mourn her passing four daughters, Mrs. Ruth Mitchell, Roberts Creek; Mrs. M. H. Bell,  Miss Helen McKinnon of  -Seattle, Mrs. Robert Bucknam,  Sacramento, and one son, Mr.  G. S. McKinnon, Vancouver.  One grandchild Marian Bell of  Seattle, and two sisters, Mrs. J.  W. Witworth of Roberts Creek  and Mrs. J. Bates,  Vancouver.  Mrs. McKinnon was buried  October 28 in the family plot,  Masonic Section, Mountain  View Cemetery.  BOWEN ISLAND  By   PEARL   PUNNETT  A  PRETTY  wedding  was  solemnized  on  Saturday,   October 25, at St. Andrews-Wesley  ���Church in Vancouver when Mr.  Terence Riley and Miss Sheila  Carson were married by the  Rev. O. S. McCall. Terry'^  mother and dad, Mr. and Mrs.  T.   Riley,   and   brother,   Leslie  . Riley,   went   to   Vancouver   to  attend the wedding.  *    *    *  Mr. and Mrs. Doug Wilson  and baby were up for the weekend to stay with the former's  of SCarborbcRoad, Bowen.  '��( *  ��� *  Mrs. J. Brand and Beverley  were   visiting   Bowen   for   the  week-end. ������ V  *y *   * \ . ���'  Mrs. Alec Pithie of Vancouver has just)returned from a  six-months' trip to the Old  Country to visit old friends and  relations and/was here on the  week-end to Stay with her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.  Pithie. According to reports she  : had a wonderful time.  Mr. Bill Glenn was taken to  Shaughnessy JlHospital v on Saturday, after y collapsing while  out for a walk. He has not been  well for quite some time. Bill  was an employee bf the Union  Estates for over 20 years.  aoaes  Wed 50 Years  GIBSONS���An eventful milestone in the lives of another  Gibsons couple was passed here  on October 20 when Mr. and  Mrs. Arthur Rhodes celebrated  their golden wedding anniversary.  Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes came to  Gibsons in 1916, and for many  years had one of the largest  berry farms in the district.  A large gathering of relatives of three generations and  .friends of the. family, attended  . the anniversary- party.  ROBERTS CREEK  By CAROLA  MRS. DUNCAN McNair. together with . her son and  daughter, Peter and Marcia,  have returned to North Vancouver . after spending a week  at the Creek, the guests of Mrs.  J. Newman.  .*    *���*-.���  Mrs. J. Newman's two little  charges~Tmde~fK^ir^"first plane  trip recently ��� Kitty Ripley  spending two weeks with her  mother visiting Vancouver and  Seattle; Shiela Smith, her  grandmother in Cranbrook,,  whom she hasn't seen since she  was a wee mite.  . #    *    *  Eric Lindwall celebrated his  birthday in Vancouver with his  mother, Mrs. J. Lindwall.  Eleven candles on his cake!  * .*    *,..  A happy birthday to Joan  MacKenzie whose birthday falls  the day before Hallowe'en.  Eleven candles on her cake!  * *    *  Mrs. G* Cotton spent two  weeks in Vancouyer at the  home of her daughter and son-  in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert  Nowell during their absence on  a business trip to Montreal. Mr.  Nowell  is  well  known  in  the  radio field, singing over C.B.S.  * *    *  Mr. and Mrs. J. McCullough  have moved to their new residence at Wilson Creek.  -.���'-. //���*. ���.*.-.' * '  Mrs. -^urieT^JoIes andT her  three kiddies are nbw living in  one of McCulloughs cottages.  Mrs. Coles is the new Sunday  School teacher at St. Aiden's,  having replaced Mrs. G. Wells  who was unable to carry on in  that capacity due to ill health.  ''*.*"���*'���  Mr. George White who died in  Vancouver recently was a resident of Roberts Creek for over  17 years, formerly.-of Manitoba,  cousin of Doctor F, White and  former owner of the' MacKenzie  residence.  GUEST EDITORIAL  Our economists, sizing up the  national health, seem as confused as Groiicho Marx taking  a patient's piilse; "Either this  man is dead or my watch has  stopped."  Switzerland now allows tourists to take up to five Swiss  wrist watches out of the couri-  Port Melon-Pender Harbour  Telegraph Program Slated  THE provincial government has  announced a program for rebuilding telegraph lines between Port M[ellon and Pender  Harbour. Included in the plans  will be a complete reconstruction; of the pole line from Port  Mellon to Halfmoon Bay.  The pole line from Halfmoon  Bay to Pender Harbor is also  scheduled foryrejuvenation, and  approximately; 40 per cent of  the poles willf be replaced.  Two high-grade copper wire  circuits have-Already been installed between Gibsons and  Port Mellon; y A third copper  circuit willy go ar far as. Williamsons Landing and will connect with the submarine cable  just recently laid between New  . Brighton ���"'< pny| Gambier   Island  . and Williamsjons. This circuit  when completed will give Gambier Island ijs first land"'line  telephone   communication   ser-  ���Vice.   ���       -.���:.   -y\;;"  . A lead-covered aerial cable  has been installed between Gibsons and Hopkins Landing. With  the arrival /of. 'the new switchboard for , Gibsons, this cable  will be connected and give residents in that�� area the opportunity to haye'private, line telephone servid^; By next spring,  similar service-will be available  for the residents of Headlands.  ALREADY INSTALLED  Other circuits already installed are: one line to Gower Point,  two circuits ��9 Roberts Creek,  three unloaded., toll circuits between Gibsons and Sechelt, *i  Vancouver direct from Sechelt,  two Wilson Greek circuits, two  Selma Park;fcircuits.  Expected tb ibe completed by  November 15 "are a third Roberts Creek circuit, a third Selma  Park circuit, at least one more  local line at; Sechelt North, an  improved   Thornby   Island   to  Lasqueti Island circuit, a Madeira Park circuit*.two Pender  Harbour party /line circuits, a  Pender Harbour private line for  pay stations use, a teletype circuit to Port Mellon.  By next summer it is expected that an -aerialyfeable will be  strung between Slchelt, Wakefield, and Wilson Greek, giving  private line service in these  areas. A second Sechelt-Vancouver circuit will be installed  and possibly a fourth Gibsons-  Vancouver circuit, also by next  summer, and a^ circuit at Redroofs/' yyYY-  Two new switchboards capable of handling an ultimate of  160 lines have .been ordered.  Delivery was promised for  March, 1947, but to date the  boards have not arrived.  Switchboard for Gibsons is  expected in December.  By EARLE GRAY  ON FRIDAY, October 17, plans were brought forward at the  monthly P.T.A. meeting to erect a community hall at  Sechelt. The need for a hall at Sechelt, such as the one suggested at the P.T.A. meeting, is imperative. The school children need a gym, and so does the Pro Rec. During the winter  the school children must take their physical training period  (provided for on the school curriculum) in the rain or do without it. The proposed hall would provide a solution to this  problem.  It would also provide a court for the badminton club  and a dance floor for Teen Town. The P. T. A., the Sechelt  Improvement Association, the Board of Trade, and Teen Town  could use the hall to hold their meetings in. The community  could use it for plays and concerts, thus providing an outlet  for local talent. In such up and coming communities as  Sechelt and Selma Park, a community hall is of infinite importance.  These plans are to be further discussed at Sechelt Improvement Association, Board of Trade, and Teen Town  meetings. Under the present plan representatives from these  organizations will constitute the board supervising construction. Thus the new hall will have the complete backing of  organizations of good standing. Already Teen Town has  promised to support the project with financial aid to the best  of their ability.  If this project is to be a success the people must get  behind it and give it their full support and co-operation. We  must unite our efforts to bui/d one good, substantia/, and  practical hall, centrally located. It is better to have one  large, well-organized, and well built hall, centrally located,  than two or three inadequate and decentralized halls. It is  beter to have a hall that will serve us well than one that we  have wasted both time and money on.  If the people realize all the advantages that a good community hall offers, they are bound to'co-ope rate. When the  building is completed, a fine monument to united efforts, the  people will be able to say with pride, "this is our building  for our use".  Because of these, reasons and many more, if you are  called upon to donate either time or money, do not hesitq,te,  but give generously and get behind the project. You are not  really giving, but buying something worthwhile for yourself.  Gibsons Board of Trade  Ask for Water Board  GIBSONS ��� The Gibsons and ���  District Board of Trade has  undertaken wide and far-sighted planning on a number of  projects concerning the devel"  ��� op^nt.-pf^is^arjea^-..;^^...^,,^^......^  The three matters considered  by the board to be of the most  concern at the present time are  the formation of a district  water board, the construction  of the Port Mellon Road, and  the inauguration of a police  office at Gibsons.  President J. P. Veitch and  special secretary P. G. McPher-  Mrs. Bowman Heads  Women's Institute  GIBSONS ��� Tuesday, October  21, the Women's Institute annual meeting was held in the  United Church Hall. Election  of officers for the new year  was the main business. Mrs.  Bowman was elected president  by acclamation; Mrs. Gertie  Corlett, vice-president by acclamation, and Mrs. Haley, secretary-treasurer, also by acclamation.  The five directors elected  were Mrs. H. B. Metcalfe, Mrs.  H. Knight, Mrs. Filley, Mrs.  Pilling and Mrs. Turner. Mrs.  Metcalfe is head of the building  fund, Mrs. Knight is in charge  of the citizenship group, also  home economics; Mrs. Bushfield  and Mrs. Bartle again accepted  the visiting of the sick; Mrs. Le-  fleure is again in charge of  agriculture with Mrs. Topolin-  ski as assistant.  Mrs. Knight is the convener  for the bazaar of Nov. 21. A  special meeting to discuss plans  for the bazaar will be held in  the United Church Hall, 2:30  p.m., November 4.  A hearty vote of thanks was  given the retiring officers, Mrs.  Knight, Mrs. Bartle, Mrs. Filley and Mrs. Perrochet.  The committee in charge of  the sick visiting was instructed  to send flowers to Mrs. Ross at  the General Hospital, and  something suitable and nice to  Mrs. Fred Soames.  COUNCIL MEETING .  Over 300 Applications  For Power Received by  PenlhsuSa Ti  son have returned from a trip  to Vancouver and Victoria concerning these points. Interviews  concerning the water problem  ��� were^'lield-" witAr-Dr.1 A.J;- Cleveland, of the Vancouver and District Water Board, and with  Major Farrow of Victoria. In  view of the urgent need for  running water not only for  domestic use but also for agricultural and dairying needs they  suggested a survey of the entire Sechelt - to - Gibsons area  with the object of setting up a  metropolitan water district. Mr.  Lane, legal council to Major  Farrow, gave some advice and  heartening encouragement concerning the financing of -he  huge project.  An interview with Dr. Car-  ruthers, deputy minister of public works, concerning the construction of the Port Mellon  road, was likewise encouraging.  Dr. Carruthers stated that the  government's prime concern /1  the matter of roads was the  maintenance of stabilized highways and lifelines to industry.  Since the Port Mellon Road  would fall under the latter  category Dr. Carruthers felt  that it would receive consideration.  Further interviews were held  with the department of reconstruction, the department of  education, and with Police Deputy-Commissioner R. Peachy.  The reconstruction department offered to send officials to  this area to make surveys and  give advice to local councils  concerning zoning plans and  problems.  The department of education  assured support in the Port  Mellon Road project in order  to enable students to obtain at  Gibsons High School facilities  denied them at Port Mellon.  Deputy-Commissioner Peach.3'  stated that if existing obstacles  can be overcome a provincial  police officer will be stationed  in the Gibsons area.  A final interview with the  deputy-assistant minister of  agriculture brought to light a  land-clearing scheme which  migh possibly be inaugurated  in this district. This program  would permit bona fide farmers  to have their^ acreage cleared  with government equipment at  very moderate cost.  In summarizing his report to  the executive of the board of  trade, Mr. Veitch affirmed that  in his opinion the implementation of the water, road and  land projects would portend to  vast development of the Sechelt  peninsula and West Howe  Sound.  AT A RECENT executive council meeting of/the Sechelt  Peninsula Board of Trade, the  extension of light and power on  the peninsula was discussed.  Under the auspices of this  board, applications for light and  power have been collected.  Though this list is not yet complete it already contains some  three hundred narnes,, To this  should be added the:/heieds .of  our numerous logging establishments, machine shops, business institutions, and the Pender  Harbour hospital.  A letter from the board has  been dispatched to the B. C.  power commission requesting  an immediate survey of the  light and power needs of the  area from West Sechelt to Pender Harbour, inclusive.  3  ���tyvrcenn  9 VTH010TA 2  THE COAST NEWS���Friday, Oct. 31, 1947  Don't Waste Precious Hours  in Slow Travel!  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T  Help Keep That Summer Pep  Through the Winter!      y  FOR THE CHILDREN:  INFANTOI   OSTOCO DROPS      90c, $3.00   $1 25, $3.75  CHILDREN'S TONIC : 60c  NEO CHEMICAL FOOD $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:  MALTLEVOI   $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  NEW CHARM KURL  50 new curlers, complete '. $1.79  MEN:  Sunbeam Shavemaster   $26.75  LADIES:  Silque Cream Shampoo with Lanolin   $1.00  LANG'S DRUGS  GIBSONS LANDING  Weekdays ���- 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.  Saturdays ������ 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday  Closed  R-��---_B-_n-Ai-_a-i  Wkz ��oast Kjeius  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  WANTED  MEAT cutter for Pender Harbour Store. House available,  rent $15.00. Good salary with  excellent chance of advancement. Phone Faulkner, Pender 6J2. tf  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  good  work horse,  mare,  1700 lbs., $125.00.    Apply H.  Harris,    Madeira    Park    P.O.,  B.C. 16  FOR SALE  ONE U.S. 850 watt power plant,  like new, $300 cash.    Apply  H. Harris, Madeira Park P.O.,  B.C. 16  FOR SALE  ONE standard size C.C.M. boy's  bicycle, like new, cash $45.00.  Apply H. Harris, Madeira Park  P.O., B.C. y 16  FOR SALE  ONE   English   made   girl's   bicycle,   godlT" condition,   new  tires and tubes.   Apply H. Harris, Madeira Park P.O., B.C.   16  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, Gibsons. 16  ~~ FOR SALE  NEW Enterprise stove with  pot burner and electric blower, in use 6 months, $200. Apply  Mrs. Gotten, Roberts Creek,  B.C. 18  FOR SALE  BOLIVAR R.O.P. sired pullets  (Leghorns)   ready to lay, $2  each.    S. Tyson,' Wilson Creek,  B.C. 18  FOR SALE  BOAT, 30x9, sound condition,  Chrysler engine, practically  new, fish boat type, two cabins.  $2,500.. W. P. Pieper, Irvine's  Landing. tf  FOR SALE  THREE-year-old   Jersey   milk  cow.   Mrs. M. Osborne, Pratt  Road, R.R. No. 1, Gibsons.     17  Ablett and Cole  Plumbing and Heating  Oil Burner Sales and  Service  Phone: Thorburn's Garage  Gibsons  LAIRD'S  General Store  at the Wharf  Halfmoon Bay  GROCERIES, MEATS-  FRUITS, VEGETABLES  Che Standard of C&a,^  FULL LINE OF  HOME OIL PRODUCTS  WHEN AT THE DOCK  REPLENISH YOUR STOCK  Agents for  B.C. AIRLINES  "  Make applications for >  charter service  Coleman Oil Healers, $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. Anyy 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 vyait a little; longe  Use Standard stove and diesel fuel���R.P.M. oils and greases.  TIRES, TUBES AND ACCESSORIES AT CITY PRICES  BRITANNIA BEACH  By NETTIE HAMILTON  (Held Over From Last Week)  SORRY to report Mrs. W.  Adamson is ih the townsite  hospital and hope she is feeling  much better. She has been ill  for several weeks. We had another near tragedy which could  have been a lot worse than it  was and I'm sure very thankful  . to have my Dad (Mr. Lewis  Will) here with me this week.  He was starting or testing an  oil boiler and it backfired. He  was burned badly on hands,  back and the side of his face,  with the hands being the worst.  He is feeling much better but  will be off for some time yet.  * * ���  *  Birthday greetings to Francis  Bergenham, Car*ql Wallis, Mr.  Jack McDonald, Mrs. C. Thomas, Mrs. S. Andrews, and anyone else whose 'birthday is in  October. ���,';'���'  * *    *  It was a very wet day for the  wedding of Elizabeth McKenzie  and Frank Bogle.' We wish them  the very best bf luck and happiness.  * .  * ���  *  Our deepest sympathy to Bob  Philips who lost his mother.  She had just celebrated her  80th birthday and last Thursday  suffered a stroke.  Anniversary greeting to the  Baldersohs, the Verdiscos, the  G. Mouhseys.    y'Y  .''���;.;'::-.:;--' * '  *>y *'.���������:     _ ��� y  Mrs.: Wp/mawS^ilia^ a "'  gang iri for Mi\ Browning's  birthday. Many happy returns.  Those present were Mrs. Wallis,  Mr. and Mrs. Hatch, Mr. and  Mrs. McKay, Miy" and Mrs. McGregor, Mr. Wiser, Mr. and Mrs.  Matheson, Mr,: and Mrs. Nelson  and Mr. and Mrs. G. Stewart.  * - ��� * ���  ;���*������.  Mrs. Jack McDonald also  celebrated J a c k's birthday.  Happy birthday, Jack, and also  to George Taylor.  *������*������*���_  Congratulations to Colin and  Doris Stewart (nee Doris Wharton) of Vernon on the birth of  a daughter.        y -  *������-���; *-/-;���  Wedding anniversary congratulations to Gord and Lil  Mounsey. Birthday greetings to  Marry Mounsey, 5; Danny HenT  show, 7; Barbara Ann Hamilton, 5.  Thanks to Mrs. O. Erickson  (writer for Wilson Creek) for  saying hello to Wes and I -in  your column, so "hello" to you  and that better, half. You'd  hardly know anyone here now  especially at the townsite.  I've been asked to congratulate Mrs. Edith Fleming on  singing such a nice solo in  church.  ***  I hear wedding bells have at  last rang out for Clint Nickolson  to a lovely little lady right out  from Holland. Congrats from  all that know you here at Britannia.  * *    *  I hear Mrs. A. Proudfoot has  her precious, bundle, a daughter.  ���-  Congrats Ann.    Slipped up on  congrats to Oliver Browning on ��� ������  the birth of a son.  * *    *  The Wills twin daughters,  Carol Louise and Deanne Margaret, aged 3 months, were baptised by Rev. Mr. McKay at a  lovely  Thanksgiving  service.  ��    *    *  On Oct. 11 we really enjoyed  a wonderful evening put on hy  V>  ��;  WILSON CREEK  Our telephone ring is 1 -L 1 -S 2-L  BUY MEATS  with  CONFIDENCE  Compare our prices with,  the city. We are 5 to 10%  lower. It pays to shop for  your meats at . ..."���������'..,  /    y;   ���  H..RENNETT-.  yyBUTQHER      ,  Next to Bank of Montreal  Gibsons Landing  body realiy enjoyed themselves.  Bingo was played, and all enjoyed a real good sing-song led  by Gordon Mounsey. Mr. McArthur put on a tumbling act,  and an old timer Vic Rice, sang  "The Laughing Song," accompanied by his wife. Vic and  Jimmie Newberry got together  for a duet. We really saw fingers travel when Yvonne and  Sven Anderson gave us a tune  on the piano and accordion. A  good laugh was four men being  fed by four women with a bottle of beer with a nipple on  them. The affair wound up  with   an  hour's   dancing.  * *    *��.  The old cigars are sure having a "shell out." Mr. and Mrs.  Mort Adamson were blessed  with a daughter, so congrats to  you three. Also to the Bob  Carters who got their third  daughter. Sorry Ollie you didn't  get   that   much   wanted   son.  (Maybe next time?)  * *    *  Glad to say Mrs. W. Adamson  is home from the hospital and  feeling much better.  * *    *  Mrs. J. Dunbar is in Vancouver General Hospital and  has had an operation and is doing nicely and hope she will  soon be home.  * *    *  Georgia Roach was home for  the week-end. Nice to see her  again and she likes living in  Vancouver.  ������������'*    *    *  Mrs. R. Fleming arrived home  after buying Vancouver out.  * *    *  Mr. Lewis Will is also back  after spending a few days in  Vancouver, and all being well  will be back to work shortly.  * *    *  Well once again the fireman's  ball is over for another year.  By all accounts no one had to  the "Beach Club." It Was the  first event we have ever had  like it. I am sure that every-  be saved, not even a "fireman."  The music was good, a nice turn  out and all had a good time  until 3 a.m.  The Ladies' Aid had a bridge  and whist on Friday, and sorry  to report there wasn't a very  large turn out, but by all ac  counts they really had fun. The  prizes were wonderful. I hear  Mrs. Browning enjoyed the  cakes so much she had three  pieces on her plate at one time,  *    *    *  My daughter Barbara Anne  came tearing in last night,  "Come, Minn and Dad and see  the wildcat, so off we went, and  off "it" went too, a mere skunk.  We weren't long in closing the  door.  ��� Range Boilers  ��� Plumbing Supplies  ��� ��  Gurney Ranges  Supplies are available for  all your plumbing needs.  Contact us now in readiness  for winter.  Marshal! Bros.  Gibsons Landing  .'Serving the Peninsula"  Beasley's  Merchants  We Have a Good  Selection of  Supersilk Hosiery  Leckie's Work Booti  and Scampers  Standard Oil Products  Bus Stop  HALFMOON  BAY  It's Just Plain  Common Sonse  I  That car of yours cost a lot of money. It's  just plan common sense to have faulty brakes  fixed'immediately '.,...'. to have inadequate  lights made right . ... to have necessary  adjustments taken care of before they grow  into larger troubles. We can put your car  in top condition for so little. Then you can  smile at ^driving hazards/ steep hills, sharp  curves .. .and let those who don't use common  sense pay the bill.  Specializing in Front End Alignment  Brakes-���Tuneups  Lew Reid  �����*��-������  to* _W��^���rc_^lit������^*���-. *.  .�����(FORMERLY-KULfcfANDER 8ROS.X-*-��*..^ <,  GIBSONS PHONE 1 LIS  The Department of Education���< has recently established a Division  of Visual Education. -One of the chief functions of this Division  is the operating of a bureau for the circulation of Visual Aids.  Included among these instructional media will be a library of film-  strips and sixteen-millim��*ro sound and siient filnis pertinent to  such topics as:  Art  Agriculture  Biology  Commercial Studies  English  Elementary Science  Guidance  Geography  general Science  Health  Home Economics  History  industry  Languages   -  Mathematics  Manual Arts  Music  Physical Education  Safety Education  Social Studies  Teacher Training  Vocational Training  Those desiring information relative to this service may write the  Director of Visual Education, 1722 West Broadway, Vancouver,  British Columbia, or 704 Yates Street, Victoria, British Columbia.  nep&rtmeitt; of IMueatioii  Parliament Buildings Victoria, B.C.  Honourable Geo. M. Weir* Minister  122  r^wTvfjic^ No. 1 grade of honey has When honey is graded, the  good flavor,, free from foreign grade "and the color classifica-  material and with good keeping tion must be shown on the con-  qualities is the best grade for tainer. Pasteurized honey is  table use.                  ._ labelled as such.  "ARE   YOU   COVERED?"  see  P. G. McPherson  At Gibsons  FOR ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  AND REAL ESTATE  Union Steamship Store  New Arrivals!  and Winter  Clothing  for all the family  School Boots and Rubber Footwear  Union Steamship Store  SECHELT  IRVINES LANDING  By MARGARET DUNCAN  TRAVELLERS to Vancouver  last Sunday were Mr. W. P.  Falconer, Mr. R. E. Wilson, Mr.  Ronald Heid, Mr. George Donahue and Mrs. Yates for the Harbour. Mr. and Mrs. Kuchinka  and Mrs. F. Simpson and her  son from Kuchinka's Camp also  were  Sunday travellers.  * *    *  Mr. Mort Douglas and Mr.  Charles Heid came home Tuesday on the Gulf Wing.  .: *       *       *    .  Mrs. Wm. Billy and niece  Geraldine Walt from Kuchinka's were the visitors of Mrs. R.  E. Wilson for a few days this  week.  * *    *  Miss Jean Woodrow is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.  A. R. Dingman. Mrs. Dingman  has been quite ill but is recuperating nicely now.  * *    *  Mr. .J.  Potts   went  to   town  Friday.  * *    *  The Henry Whittaker's have  been visiting the Charles Whit-  takers this week.  * *    *  Don't forget the masquerade  Collison's  Barber Shop  SECHELT  Open Daily  9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Saturday's  9:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.  Haircuts,  Shaves,  Shampoos,  Facials  Friday,  October 31.    It's going  to be good.  * *-   *  And also the hospital bazaar  which is on November 8. It is  for a good cause and the things  they sell are really worth seeing and buj'ing.  * #    *  Mr. Clifford Edwardson returned from the north. He must  have had a good season fishing  because he just stopped at the  Harbour long enough to ask his  sisters Dolly and Myrtle, if they  would like to go to Vancouver  for a few days. They went. As  would anyone who was offered  a chance like that.  * *    *  Miss C. Woulds went to Vancouver for the week-end.  * *    *  MR.   AND   Mrs.   A.   Atcheson  returned last Friday  from a  very   good   fishing * season   up  north.  * *    *  Mrs. H. Blair and daughter  Margaret Patricia went to Powell River on Tuesday to visit  Mrs.  Blair's  sisters.  * *    *  Miss Dorothy Mullins left  Tuesday  to  visit her  sister  in  Powell River.  * *    *  Mrs. Ole Lee is in Vancouver,  where she is-to undergo an  operation. Since she left, Mr.  Ole Lee has been in the Garden  Bay Hospital.  * *    *  Mrs. Bill Brawn was in the  Garden Bay Hospital last week  for a few days. She burned  her face rather badly when  some hot grease exploded in her  face.  * *    *  Mr. Ossie  Nichol is working  up at Coburn Point.  * *    *  Miss   Alice   Dubois   went   to  THE COAST NEWS-���Friday, Get. 31, 1947  GULF LINES LTD.  Temporary Schedule of Operations between VANCOUVER and WESTVIEW- calling at  Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Pender Harbour, Vananda, Blubber Bay, Lund, Bliss Landing,  Cortez Bay and Refuge Cove  SCHEDULE No. 7 ��� EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 14th, 1947���SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE  NORTHBOUND  Monday    j    Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday  Saturday  Sunday  Ly. Vancouver -������________.  9:30 a.m.  ���.  9:30 a.m.  9:30 a.m.  2:00 p.m.  Ar. Sechelt  ________________  11:45 a.m.  11:45 a.m.  11:45 a.m.  No Call  Ar.  Halfmoon Bay ������  12:30 noon  12:30 noon  12:30 noon  No Call  Ar.  Pender Harbour _.  ' "N."    '  1:30 p.m.  1:30 p.m.  1:30 p.m.  No Call  Ar. Vananda   3:15 p.m.  3:15 p.m.  3:15 p.m.  7:00 p.m.  Ar. Westview .���-__  3:45 p.m.  3:45 p.m.  3:45 p.m.  7:30 p.m.  Ar. Blubber Bay    4:30 p.m.  No Call  ��� .  -  4:30 p.m.  8:00 p.m.  Ar. Lund __~  No Call  5:00 p.m.  No Call  Ar.  Bliss Landing ___~  No Call  5:30 p.m.  No Call  Ar. Cortez Bay ___.:_____  No Call  6:15 p.m.  No Call  Ar. Refuge Cove _���-_:>  No Call    1  7:00 p.m. |                            No Call  LAYOVERS-���Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday, Blubber Bay, Thursday, Refuge Cove  NOTE���Times other than Westview and Vancouver are approximate.  SOUTHBOUND  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday  Saturday  Sunday  Lv. Refuge Cove   -  ���  7:30 a.m.  Lv. Cortez Bay    8:10 a.m.  '���'j.  Lv.  Bliss Landing    8:50 a.m.  "''.  Lv. Lund    9:20 a.m.  Y-  Lv.  Blubber Bay   9:30 a.m.  9:30 a.m.  No Call  ; 7:00 a.m.  Lv. Vananda    10:00 a.m.  10:00 a.m.  11:00 a.m.  '7:30 a.m.  Lv. Westview....   10:30 a.m.  10:30 a.m.  10:30 a.m.  '���" 8:00 a.m.  Lv. Pender Harbour ���  12:30 noon  12:30 noon  12:30 noon  No Call  Lv.  Halfmoon Bay   2:00 p.m.  2:00 p.m.  ....  2:00 p.m.  No Call  Lv. Sechelt   _.  _  2:45 p.m.  2:45 p.m.  2:45 p.m.  No Call  Ar. Vancouver    ��  5:00 p.m.  ���  5:00 p.m.  5:00 p.m.  1:00 p.m.  FERRY WHARF, Ft. Columbia Street  MA. 4655 or MA. 7039  Vancouver, B. C.  jfPfl^sK^,flflllflFJfl|flB  (Held Over From Last Week)  THERE were many visitors at  Hopkins Landing for the  Thanksgiving holiday. Some of  those who came up for the long  week-end were: Mr. and Mrs.  J. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Braden,  Mr. and Mrs. Nairn, Miss Barbara Black who brought a  friend with her, Miss Pamela  Spate who came to spend the  holiday with her mother and  father, Mr. and Mrs. Spate. Mr.  and Mrs. Duncan had as their  guests Mr. and Mrs. A. C.  Crighton of West Vancouver,  Miss   McDonald   and   Mr.   and  Mrs. McLeod, all of Vancouver.  * *    *  Mr. and Mrs. Cambourne expect to move into their new  home at the end of the week.  Vancouver for the week-end.  * *    *  The Badminton Club had its  first game of the season on  Friday night. There was a  very good turnout. It looks as  though we will have a full  membership this year. Don't  forget the masquerade dance  sponsored by the Pender Harbour Badminton Club on Friday,  October  31.    Everyone is  welcome.  * *    *  Mrs. R. Glassford is up visiting her daughter and son-in-  law, the Len Wrays.  * *    *  Have we been having the  weather? I'll say we have. On  Tuesday it was blowing so  hard the Union Steamship  could not land at the wharf.  They have never done that before. The passengers, mail and  freight were taken off the boat  by small boats that went out <x>  it.  * .*    * .  Mrs. Gilbert Gooldrup came  home Saturday with her week-  old daughter.  * *    *  Mrs. Ole Lee returned home  for a few days before entering  the hospital in Vancouver.  * *    ��  Mrs. Benny Kline ^and son  came home on Saturday, also  Mrs. R. E. Wilson came home  alter a holiday in Vancouver.  Prepare Your  Radio  for the longer evenings.  . Have it checked NOW!  W. G. Fortt  Wilson Creek Garage Ltd.  WILSON   CREEK  Wm. McFadden  Optometrist  GIBSONS  Office Hours:  9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Every day except Thursday  BULLDOZER  FOR HIRE  Land Clearing  Basements  Excavated  Roads  Built;  Etc.  Albert Danroth  Roberts. Creek  JOHN   ORR  Roberts Creek  Interior  Painting  Renovating  Free Estimates  Hassans9  GENERAL  Store  JPENDER HARBOR  Groceries ��� Meats  Drygoods ��� Drugs  Hardware  ���    ;  Fishing Tackle  *  Independent Fish  Buyers  *  Ship Chandlers  Home Oil Products  at  HASSANS'WHARVES  Bring Your Repair Jobs .to Us!  Boat Tanks, Warm Air Heating Furnaces Repaired  Range and Heater Repairs  CHICKEN FARM EQUIPMENT  GUTTERS AND DOWNPIPE  AIR CONDITIONING  Sheet Metal   Works  LAURIE SPECK GIBSONS  For All The News .. . Read The "News'  I  "Prompt Attention to Mail Orders!"  * RESTMORE FURNITURE:   Beds, Springs, Mattresses  * GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES:  Radios,  Refrigerators and Washing Machines  ir FURNITURE:   Occasional Tables,  Cedar Chests, Lamps, Etc.  DOR AN S FURNITURE  WESTVIEW, B.C. ��� Phone 230  _//  Say You Saw It In The "News'  ffiWIllBliniHIlBIIHIUIIIH  UNION    STEAMSHIPS    LTD.   I  I  Gulf Coast and Gibsons  ���  Schedule Effective Oct. 4  Vancouver���Pender Harbour Service   1  NORTHBOUND SOUTHBOUND  leave  Vancouver Leave   Pender   Harbour  Tuesday       10:00 a.m. Wednesday         1:00 p.m.  Thursday      10:00 a.m. Friday        8:15 a.m.  Saturday     2:00 p.m. Sunday        3:30 p.m.  Vancouver-���Sechelt Service  NORTHBOUND  Xieave Vancouver  Tuesday     10:00 a.m.  Thursday     10:00 a.m.  Friday       6:30 p.m.  I  I  |  IE-  SOUTHBOUND  Xieave Sechelt  Wednesday      3:30 p.m.  Friday      11:30 a.m.        6:30 p.m.  Saturday     2:00 p.m.     Sunday  Vancouver���Gibsons Service  I��v.  Van.  3.v.  Gib.  Monday  8:00 a.m.  Monday  5:C0 p.m.  8:00 p.m.  Tuesday  9:00 a.m.  5:00 p.m.  Wed.  9:00 a.m.  5:00 p.m.  Thursday  9:00 a.m.  5:15 p.m.  Friday  Friday  Saturday  Sunday  Lv. Van.  9:00 a.m.  7:00 p.m.  2:00 p.m.  9:30 a.m.  Lv.  Gib.  4:00 p.m.  4:30 p.m.     g  UNION PIER  Foot of Carrall St.  PAc.  3411  CITY OFFICE  793 Granville St.  MAr. 5438  B  YOUR   TREES  _��3as^&_/S5  (Pseudotsuga taxifolia)  also known as Oregon Pine and  Douglas Spruce.  A coniferous tree which prefers fresh, well-drained, porous, dwp,  foamy soils, avoiding saturated poorly-drained, heavy soils.  Most gigantic tree of the Pacific Coast forests, with the exception  of the great Sequoias of California. Commonly grows from 150 to  800 feet in height with diameters from 3_ to 6 feet. Has wide  range in the Interior of B.C., but chiefly confined to lower part  of coastal region.  Very valuable for construction timbers. Also suitable for normal  lumber products, finishing lumber, spars, veneer and pulp.  Be jtee&'i&M #%% J**6* ��� ���  No. 2 In a series of informative advertisements.  Paste diem inyourscrap-book for future reference.  8  I T I S  I  $ 0  E  8  A THE COAST NEWS���Friday, Oct. 3J, 1947  TOBA THIS  SECRET COVE  By INEZ WILLISON  A TEA Party was held on Friday evening at the home of E.  Willison in honor of the ladies  at the Jorgenson logging camp.  They all eenjoyed a grand time  until the wee hours; also a  couple of men came in on the  party (lucky men). The guests  were Mrs. Ivor B. Jorgenson,  Mrs.  Elmer  M.  Jorgenson  and  TAXI  Phone  Harry Sawyer  Headquarters at  Pearson-Sawyer Office  Sechelt  Office   Phone  Sechelt, 4-C  House Phone  Sechelt, 9-C-4  Miss Ida Jorgenson of Secret  Cove; Mrs. A. Ritchey, Miss  Joan Ritchey and Mrs. Pete  Hanson, Miss Louise Hanson,  Mrs. Harper (teacher), all of  Silver Sands; Mrs. G. Nautio  and Mrs. Thodeson of Wood  Bay; Mrs. W. Pearson of Madeira Park.  * *    *  Mr. Ivor B. Jorgenson has  returned after several days'  stay at Jervis Inlet where he  is planning a new logging camp  site.  * *    *  Mr. and Mrs. A. Allbright  and their two children, stopped  in on their way from Prince  Rupert to Vancouver. They are  travelling with their own boat.  By BROWNIE  The contract rate for the  Churchill memoirs is a dollar a  written word, with nothing extra for clearing the throat,  which was always a dramatic  high spot in the wartime oratory.  Les Peterson  GIBSONS  Next to Shoe Renew  LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE���COAST NEWS  Business and Personal Printing  Office Equipment and Supplies  Typewriter Sales and Rentals  THIS WEEK'S MOVIES  "ROLL ON  TEXAS MOON  Roy Rogers and Gabby Hayes  3 SHORTS ��� NEWS ��� SERIAL  IRVINES LANDING���Tuesday, November 4  ROBERTS CREEK���Wednesday, November 5  SECHELT���Thursday, November 6  HANDMADE POTTERY AND  FIGURINES FOR SALE  Orders taken for individual pieces.  MRS. A. M. LOWE  Roberts Creek, B.C.  NOTICE-BEWARE OF BOTTLES!  We tossed a bottle into the bay from the shop at 9 p.m.  July 20th, 1947, containing a $1.00 credit note. It was  turned in on October 18th by David Lloyd, who brought  his daddy's boat in for a small welding job. Another one  will be set adrift Hallowe'en night with a $5.00 credit note.  Keep Your Eyes Peeled���Turn It In  Haddock and Stephens Engineering  PENDER HARBOUR- B.C.  1  Attention  (Held Over From Last Week)  SUNDAY, October 12. ��� Mrs.  George Berry, Mrs. Ted Jackson and son Edward, returned-  home today after a visit and  shopping spree in Vancouver.  (P.S.: Ted and George are now  taking orders for Christmas  cards to make up the deficit.)  ��    *    *    ���  Monday, October 13���Mr. and  Mrs. George Berry had a  Thanksgiving dinner party at  their home, guests were Mr.  and Mrs. Ted Jackson and Edward, also Mr. and Mrs. Chuck  Royal and sons Wayne and  David. After dinner there followed an enjoyable evening of  music and cards, with Mr. L. S.  (Pop) Jackson dropping in for  an   hour   or   so   to   kibitz   and  have coffee.  t-     *     e  Belated greetings to Mr. and  Mrs. Fred Mathias on their first  wedding anniversary, October  12, best wishes, Freddie and  Kay for many more. Mr. and  Mrs. E. Olsen had a social evening at their home to celebrate  the happy occasion.  * *    *  Mr. Chris Smith bagged another mountain goat this year  Keep it up Chris, sure helps  the meat shortage, also delicious eating.  Ijc ^ t}t  The shooting irons are all  oiled and ready to fire, the  roasting pans and ovens are  heated in readiness, and of  course some of us pessimists  always have something else on  hand. Reminds me, I must  look  at  those  sausages  in the  ice box!  * *    *  Odds 'n-Ends���While en route  home from the big city, was  talking to Piv Jackson at Salmon Bay, he told me he and his  bride Irene hope to come up  here  for  a  few days of  duck  shooting.  * *    *  Weather report���Ankle-deep  sunshine.  Eire comprises five sixths of  Ireland���the balance is included in North Ireland, politically  a member of the United Kingdom.  ERIC INGLIS  GENERAL  TRUCKING  and FUEL  Gibson's Landing  Selma Park  Hairdressing Shop  ���  A Complete  Hairdressing  Service  ���  DOLLY  JONAS  Phone for Appointments  ���Letters To The Editor  Editor, The Coast News.  Sir,���I have heard certain  rumors, to the effect that a car  was seen in the vicinity of Middle Point, its occupants several  men in white uniforms carrying butterfly nets. These gentlemen, it is further rumored,  were enquiring for none other  than Jack McGoon.  Now, in order to dispel these  rumors I thought that for the  benefit of. those readers who  actually read your worthy  .paper and not those who upon  receipt of it immediately carry  it outside where their plumbing is located, I would relate  the story of "Jack's" life.  He was bornion a little island  in the North Sea where his  parents raised him on fish. (Fish  ���a rare type of food noted for  its brain developing qualities.)  Upon his arrival at the McGoon abode his fond parents  debated whether to keep the  stork or throw Jack away but  finally decided' to keep both.  The stork was; then trained to  keep the family larder well  stocked with fish on which  little Jackie was raised.  His tremendous appetite soon  depleted the local runs of fish,  but luckily during a freak gale  a whale (a "fish" whale) was  washed ashore, which Jackie  proceeded to devour with great  relish.  As a result his brain developed quite rapidly and at the tender age of six he graduated  with top honors at the local college. He became quite famous  as a scientist, philanthropist and  explorer. He is believed to  have found the "Missing Link"  although no one there could remember losing it. He received  the highest honor of his country  by developing the self-hilling  potato (spud to you). This  potato resulted from his experiments in crossing a ���potato  with a mole. Tlte honor received by Jack was the ancient  "Order of the Boot."  He soon departed from his  native land and arrived in this  country���his one hope was to  show the people here the error,  of their ways and to teach them  how things were done in the  Old Country. However, he  soon learned the error of his  ways and that his former high  I.Q. rating gave him the rating  here of about a grade A moron.  This did.not deter his ambition, so after recently consuming great guantities of an  almost extinct species of fish  known as the codfish he has  now hit upon ah. idea for revolutionizing the logging industry by eliminating to a great  extent the expense of transporting logs from the woods tp  the water. !   ��� ' '    y  His idea is I believe to utilize  a by-product of the- logging industry���this by-product is produced in large quantities but to  date has been found to be of  little practical use���namely hot  air.  This by-product he hopes to  compress in cylinders . which  will be attached to each log, it  will then be released on the  rocket principle to propel the  log ��� thus eliminating- trucks,  etc.  Jack believes that this method  will at first be only practicable  WE ARE AGENTS FOR ALL BUILDING AND PLUMBING SUPPLIES  FOR IMMEDIATE  DELIVERY  Elk Brand or Belgium  Cement  INSUL   BOARD  CANEC  BOARD  KENMORE BOARD  BEAVER BOARD  Sylvor or OestoSite BOARD  Builders' Processed and Hydrated  LIME, SLACK LIME, ETC.  FLUE   LININGS - All Sizes  Cement - Red or Fireplace Bricks  Building Paper, Roofing, Sheathing  and Shingles  Vabor Wall and Sheathing  Insulated Papers  Coal Tar, Creosote, Elasticizing and  Roofing Cements  Visit Our  Furniture and China Section  Also the MEN'S FURNISHING  DEPT.  We Have for Immediate Delivery  a full line of  Pliinibing and fittings  You Are As Near As Your Phone!  WE  DELIVER  Gibsons School News  BX__^ARY SLIffN,  (Held Over From Last Week)  WE SPENT nearly the whole of  one afternoon in the polling  booths set up in vai'ious classrooms this week. The school  officers are: President, Pat  Slinn; vice-president, Barry  Stewart; treasurer, Chuck  Kane; secretary, Sue Armour.  The school hall has been improved by being painted outside- and lined inside. Basketball players claim that there is  better vision because of the  lighter-colored walls ���> and it  seems true. . By the way, there,  is basketball practice every  Thursday night.  Mrs. Stalker has started a  dramatic club which should  interest many of the pupils. It  promises to be good.  It's nice to see Wilf Nestman  back at school . . . we missed  him. Wilf has been working  up the coast.  Welcome to Jerry Vannatta  from Shatter, California. (Eddy  Battison, please note.) Jerry is  in grade nine.  We are going to miss Pearl  and Qhuck Kane who are moving to Port Mellon. Seems Les  Far well is at Port, too. What  has Port Mellon got that we  haven't got?���Besides that!  CHARACTERS YOU KNOW  Jim (Froggy) Smith can't  seem to convince Mrs. Stalker  he's not in English VI. It's  kinda tough on you, isn't it,  Froggy; but with Harold Bern-  hof's help, you're doing all  right. .        ,  Betty Brown gave us a scare  the other day when she passed  out. She is still going around  with a dazed look on her face; _  not'" entirely due to" the fall;  There' is a certain grade nine  boy who has.a lot to do with it.  Earle Foulkes has a talent for  getting into trouble. One day  he is lighting firecrackers under  people and the next day he is  busy making the teacher's life  miserable by methods; known  only to him. He must spend  nights thinking up horrible  things.  It was nice to see Gloria Forst  and Iola King last week-end.  School doesn't seem the same,  without them.       .  At a Teen Town meeting recently Ruth Norris was nominated mayor; Claire Veitch,  treasurer; and Kay Coleridge,  M.C. They are already planning a Hallowe'en dance.  Science class gets our vote for  the most interesting period of  the day." After viewing membranes of a pig under microscopes, and examining one  "Rusty," a bantam rooster, we  weren?t even surprised when  several earthworms were sub-  I  ASSOCIATION MEET  THE    ROBERTS    Creek    Improvement    Association    will  -be holding its next regular  meeting on Thursday, November 6 and several important  matters will be brought up. But  the real reason for the meeting is the election of trustees  for the planned Roberts Creek  waterworks district. Notices of  said election are already posted,  ; and a full attendance of property owners of the district laid  out in the notice will endeavor  to attend at the Community  Hall at 8 p.m., Thursday; November 6, 1947.  *    *    *  On Sunday, November 9, an  Armistice Day service will be  held in the English church at  Roberts Creek at 11 a.m. A  tablet in memory of those who  served in the armed forces  from Roberts Creek will be un-  cil and are going to try their  own wings���good luck!  That social studies exam was  the longest one I've ever written���four days  long.    Gad!  The basketball game between  the crew of H.M.C.S. "Antigo-  nish" and Gibsons senior boys  was really special. The score:  Navy, 30; Gibsons, 33. Nice  going, fellas.  AND CONFIDENTIALLY  Overheard y Shirley. Kirkland  memorizing the story of the  show she was supposed to have  gone to. Just for the record,  Shirley? We're beginning to  suspect that you didn't arrive  there.  What cute liT blonde goes  dreamy-eyed every time. Eddy  Battison's name  is mentioned?  Jack   (Worms)   Norris   gave ..  'but^"With"'"gom'e"*weird wailihgs"  when he sat on the porch  of  the High School and serenaded  us, last period one afternoon.  When Bud Foulkes and Roy  Wallis missed their books one  period the first person they suspected was Doreen Shaw. Jim  Smith turned out to be the  guilty party who had hidden  -their books in ;the piano,   y *  Harold Barnhof got hungry in  science period and ate the onion  he was drawing. Probably was  forced to hang; his head out the  bus window all the way home.  . Finally found out why Don  Graham was nicknamed Wee-  gee. Seems they .called him  Wee Graham for a while, and  then shortened it to Wee G. By  ' the way, Don, you'd better keep  ah eye on your big brother because he's keeping hisy eye on  that tall blonde in Grade 9.  It   can't   be   true   that   Mr.  Oliver is going to leave us. We  . hope it is just a rumor. Imagine  ; baseball without him!    :  veiled. The address will be  given by the Reverend Mr.'Har-  bord. Legion members will  meet at the home of Comrade  D. Boutilier at 10:40 a.m. and  parade to .the church. Medals  and decorations may be worn.  No. 3 grade honey may hot be  of such good flavor as higher  grades and may have some pollen or wax. It has poor keep- ..  ing qualities and is not so goo/3  for table use but is excelled Y  for baking. ' \  Doris' Beauty Bar  Opposite   Howe Sound  Trading  Gibsons Landing  Complete line of .. .  BEAUTY SERVICES  Doris Bedwell,  Operator  HilFs Machine  Shop  Gibsons Landing  Marine and Automotive  Repairs  Precision  Machinists  Arc and Acetylene Welding  Oil Burners Installed  and Repaired  ^        SELMA PARK <���-^  General Store  and  Post Of f ice  Groceries, Hardware  Softdrinks, Magazines  Fresh Fruits ahd Vegetables  FRED WILLOWS  Proprietor  jected   to   examinations,   tests  and  biseotin*    G0?:, but  w. g|||Q CROSBY Oil CKWX  MURDQCK  Marine Supply  ��� Groceries  ��� Fresh Meats and-  Vegetables  ��� Hardware  ��� Shell Oil  ��� Fish Camp  Pender Harbour  love' it!  AT A SCHOOL assembly this  week Mr. E. Sargent spoke of  the Hallowe'en party the Legion is putting on for us. It  promises to be a success. See  you there!  Doreen Shaw is the new  school treasurer since Chuck  Kane has left us for Port Mellon.   Lucky Port Mellon!  School activity cards Will  soon be on sale at 75 cents, each.  These cards entitle the holders  to attend the four school parties  planned for this year.  Monitors have been appointed-  to supervise the basketball  games at noon and after school,*  The monitors are . June Moh\-  Eleanor Shaw, Eleanor Arrow-;  smith, Yvonne Palmer, Sue:  Armour,, Ted Parnwell, Boby  Graham, Earle Foulkes, Don:  Brown and Murray Begg.  Two teams are being planned  for competition and the noon  hour schedule is: Monday, senior boys; Tuesday, senior girls;  Wednesday, grade 6 and under;  Thursday, junior boys; Friday,  junior girls.  Grade 7 and 8 have withdrawn from the students' coun-  in large camps where there is a  greater volume of hot-air produced.  Shorty McBeer,  McNaughton Point.  r  Summer Has Gone  Autumn Is Here  Come To  WAKEFIELD  for good cheer  You can eat across the street.  Newest highlight on the  CKWX schedule is the "Bing  Crosby Show," presented by  Philco, and broadcast every  Wednesday (Bingsday) at 9:00  p.m. Bing stages one of radio's  top entertainment sessions ��� with  the help of John Scott Trotter  and his orchestra, Songstress  Peggy Lee, the Rhythmaires, Ken  Carpenter and famous guest stars.  Gibsons  Marine Sales  Agents for  Briggs & Siratton  Evinrude  B. & S. Engines from $67.95  Evinrudes, from  . ....   $70.00  Several Boats  Briggs powered, excellent  shape, from $160.00  Parts, and Accessories  in Stock  Steele's Radio  and Electric  Phone Sechelt Sk  Guaranteed 'Servicing  on all makes of radios  and appliances.  SiEND BY BUS  Sechelt Peninsula Board of Trade  The next meeting of the Executive Council will be  held on November 19. If you have any problems  for discussion/ or suggestions to offer this Board will  be pleased to receive them. Send c/o The Secretary,  Sechelt. B.C.  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