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Array .VICTORIA, B.C.  -tf%ggfggr " ���������  'erviag a l'rogressive and Growing I  Area on B. C.'s Southern Coast.     I  Covers Sechelt, Gibsons, Port Mel-1  l<>n. Woodfibre, Squamish, Irvines}  '- .'<>��ding. Half Moon Bay, Hardy  Island, Pender Harbour, Wilson  Creek, Roberts Creek, Granthams  Landing. E.u'mont, Hopkins Landing.  ^Brackendale, Cheekeye, Selma Park,  etc.  ______-___________��� i  **=  PUBI.I.SH2D BY THE COAST NEWS, Z_ZMITEZ>  Business Office: Gibsons, B.C. National Advertising: Office. Powell River, B.C.  Vol. 4 ��� No.'2_l<ggfe>  r^g��ia-&5^  Gibsons,  B. C.  Friday,  December 23,   1949      5c per copy, $2.00 per year, by mail  azaar is Dig  Peninsula Braced to Meet Winter .  BILL SUTHERLAND  Editor, The Coast News  l       . ������   ���  ���  I KNOW a little boy who wakes  up in the morning  and looks  | out the window, his eyes sparkling with hope. He  is  only two  jj and  something,   but   he   eagerly  watches   every   morning.   Sometimes  he  can give  a glad little  .chuckle and look up to his mouther   with   that   look   of   having  discovered . something wonderful,  . before he turns back to the win-  ;d0W. ' y  "Good     morhin',     sun.    Good  mornin'  sun."  His  eyes   sparkle  Iwhen he  says it. He is glad to  phave made the  discovery again.  Such  is  the  way I  feel  as  I  drive along that stretch of blacktop leaving Sechelt on the way  to  Pender Harbour.  Just before  coming to the too short piece of  ^good   road,   a   quick   glimpse   is  j offered of the sea. This is one of  ithe nicest surprises on a highway  pi scenic surprises.  The ocean is-,viewed through a  irame of boughs. For a moment  e are'allowed to, glimpse a mas-  terpj^^XSomething7 which 7ean-  never be duplicated.  \   I've seen that so accurate picture many times, but I still stop  \and look  at   it.   Like the small  jjboy, I find each renewal as wonderful as the  first  exhiliarating  discovery.  I'm afraid to get out  .of the car and walk toward the  fedge of the road. There may be  a house or something that would  spoil the completeness.  |   Selma   Park   is   another   spot  jfchat always appeals to me. Even  when it's  raining  it  feels  nice.  JThe sea is so very close and never  angry there. It may be wild just  a  few  yards   away  but  just   at  that  particular   spot,   when  you  kurn  over the  straight away  at  Selma Park, it seems to be  airways on its good behaviour.  'i Looking over toward the shoreline of Trail Island you can see  'the waves cresting white as they  ��� break  against  the  rocky beach.  The black-green of the trees only  adds to the scene. There is some-  , thing mysterious about the island  'when it is stormy on the water.  One watches, with baited breath.  \ as a full rigged schooner,   with  ilong.,.pointed prow, comes sailing  \proudly out from behind the island.   If  you   peer  through   the  spray thrown up by the "bone in  her teeth",  you  can  see a one-  legged man standing, proud  and  alone on the foredeck while above  and behind him,  a  black,  torn,  sinister flag  tosses   defiantly  in  the wind.  1    Suddenly, the great ship heaves  (Continued on Page 8)  oney Booster     SltOW  aiftd  FrOSt  Added  To Travelling Hazards  SELMA   PARK  ���   More     than  $215 was raised by Selma Park  Community Centre at the bazaar  held recently.  Two dolls were the prizes in  a draw won by Mrs Osborne of  Sechelt and Miss Mills, Selma  Park. The cake made and donated by Mrs J. Mowatt was won  by Mrs T. Dean, West Sechelt.  The plum pudding was won by  Mrs H. Neal.  Of considerable help toward  raising the fine sum of money  were donations from the T. Eaton  Company, Woodwards Ltd., and  the Hudson's Bay Company.  Members of the Centre would likp  to thank all those who donated  time and. labor so generously to  the'success of the fair..  A children's Christmas Party  is slated for December  28.  Harry G. Clay  Passes Suddenly  GIBSONS  lost  one of its finest  citizens in the sudden passing  of veteran real estate man, Harry G.  Clay.  Mr Clay was a familiar figure  on the streets throughout the  Peninsula. Services were held  Saturday in Vancouver. He leaves  two daughters, Mrs Lillian  Schutz of Gibsons and Mrs D.  Gerow, Vancouver.  SNOW AND freezing cold laid its binding hand on the Sechelt  Peninsula this week.  Trucks and  automobiles slid  and  skidded their way to work. Minor accidents were numerous but  little of a serious nature occured.         Fishermen  have  been    laying  ���wj T-k-11  ts        m close to their berths but the log-  Young Bill Davis ginagvytrsstm ro11 with their  OllQWS   IJlBni  ilOW Every   branch  on the Peninsula  Al Harbor Shoot  No Issue Coast News  FOLLOWING a desire born many years ago this paper will not  publish between Christmas and New Year. It has always  been our fond hope to take a holiday during Christmas. It has  been many long years since we have been able tb cater to this  longing and wish. While we are on the subject it may be politic  to recall the fond hopes and desires of many of you who would  like to do the same.  The urge is something along the same line as the yen to  go fishing in the summer time. Everyone has it but few have  the opportunity to indulge. This paper would like to publish���  honest. But on top of being a holiday there is also the little  matter of advertisers faking a bit of holiday during that time  also. It could be that that has something to do with us not  printing during the Holiday Week.  Your Coast News will be back with all the gossip, Sunday, January 8.  has been swamped with Christmas mail.  It is expected there will be a  THE TURKEY  shoot, sponsored  general closing down of logging  i-    iu    _-<      __���      t   -.���       t.   4.  camps during the next few days,  by the Canadian Legion, Post  allo��ing  the* men  to  return ^  112, held last Sunday at Madiera their homes for the festive sea-  Park   was   very   well   attended, son.  despite the cold day, and reveal- Repair crews of the telephone  ed some verv surprising things! and power companies are keep-  In the high-powered rifle shoot fg their fingers crossed hoping  / -_li_. _? TOn tv ��� ��� ��� for the best but expecting the  (with rest) Billy Davis, a junior, worst as snows pile high on the  ting three;-shots m the ''Biitf'-, Taxi companies are expecting  his prize, a Turkey. George Had- the usual rush for Christmas,  dock won second prize Liquid Th >t are eyeing the fore-  Christmas Cheer. Bert Gooldrup cast for further snow with t f_  won  the   turkey   first  place  in  dation   Chi]dren seem to be the  uhe ^gu~P?Weref r-RlgS (��ff" only ones entirely in favor with  hand)   shoot   and Jim  Cameron more of the white   With schoo]s  Cai^e JLeC.��?d' wi?nmS ���alf �� J*1' closed, they are enjoying what,  quid Christmas Cheer. Pete Du-  to   most   of  the   grown_ups>     is  bois  won  a  turkey  for  the   .22 something  nice   to   look   at   but  rest shoot. George Haddock won  a bother to        e with>  a turkey as winner of the trap  shoot.  The   Lucky  Shoot netted    ���,^M���_���______���______���__���_������_���_���_____���_______������_���  three prizes: Ernie Cotton, turkey Fred Clayton, Christmas  Cheer; Pete Klein, Christmas  Cheer. The ladies' .22 shoot,  which was free gratis, in appre-  PENDER HARBOUR  By Saral  Service Held  ST AIDAN'S . Church, Roberts  Creek held its annual Carol  Service on Sunday. The orchestra was under direction of Miss  M.  Maclntyre.  Junior members of the choir  made their first appearance in  surplices. Their sweet, young  voices were very effective in the  carols and solo work.  The Reverend H. V. Oswald  and Reverend C. R. Harbord took  the service. Mr Oswald expressed  his thanks to the orchestra and  choir for the fine work and effort put into the program.  This 'n That  HAVE YOU ever tried to write  a column of news, and you  don't know where to start? The  news is slim, and you have so  much to do that you don't know  just where to go to get any. My  first grandchild came home yesterday, and it was like old times,  up be-times in the night getting  the little one fed, it's so tiny it's  almost unbelievable, that they do  grow up. An interesting little  note about our "Baby", it has two  great grandma's, right in this  little village here. It's quite a  noteworthy situation we think,  maybe there are others around.  We would like to hear from them.  With this event, an dXmy new-  teeth, jeeps, I'm so fir behind  with Christmas doings that I  haven't even got a Christmas  card out yet, I hope people will  understand, it's gonna be one  mad rush, when I get myself pulled together. The things I'm gonna forget to do, the people that  I hope I don't overlook. Anyway  folks if I do, it's not because I  mean to, it's just that everything  has happened in the last week or  so and I don't know whether I'm  coming or going.  Gone into hospital in Vancouver, Mrs R. Coleridge of Gower  Point. A Christmas party will  be held by Canadian Legion for  Legion children age> one to ten  years, Dec. 29, in Legion Hall.  Mrs Jenny Clay has gone into  hospital today. It is believed she  will undergo an operation.  Art and Meleata Denike are  visitors in our fair community. A  veteran, travelling show team,  they were featured on the Ontario Farm Station, CKNX, the  only barn dance show of its  kind. They and their daughter  Gail Rose are staying with their'  aunt, Mrs Malyea and cousins,  Bill, Roy and Harold Malyea.  By the time this is in print, it  will be the Holy Season of Christmas and all of the tearing around  will be over. It will be a time to  sit down and think of many  things. How fortunate we all are,  with the wprld in such a turmoil,  wecancelebrate/this -lonely' feast.  "Haul 'er ' round, . Captain."  Your voice sounds like you know  what you are talking about. You  hope the nautical term is the  right one. Slowly the big ship  heads into the west and picks up  speed as it passes Sechelt on the  inside passage.  In seconds more we pull into  Smugglers Cove and there all  your dreams come true. There,  are. mysterious arms and islets,  and deep, dark green pools and  places where boxes can be buried  'neath the overhanging branches.  Only a few miles away lies the  settlement of Pender Harbour  but for an hour we are a thousand years ahead of our times.  ciation of their work (for coffee, WAS MY face red last Sunday.  sandwiches, etc.) was won by j was also a passenger on the  Mrs Peggy Stewart, her prize a earl Machigonne from Horse-  chicken The Legion wish to shoe Bay to Gibsons as were Mr  thank all those who assisted in and Mrs Ken Whittaker of Se-  orgamzmg this turkey shoot as chelt Mrs A Lester and L  well as all who worked on the Mrs Hassan . from Pender and  site, an.d the participants, which m others what a tri , That  all went to make this, first tur- boat did everything but turn  key shoot at Pender Harbour so over, In fact> maybe it did> as  successful. when the storm abated and we  It is noticed that someone has got our bearings, lo and behold,  taken the drum heater that was there was about 15 feet of rail-  donated for this event, and for ing crashed in at the bow. Cherry  other shoots planned in the near Whittaker was sure "friend hus-  future. If they will return same, band" had gone overboard, but  no questions will be asked. (Continued on Page 8)  Heavy Slate of Work...  Gibsons Womens' Institute  Welcomes Two New Members  TWO NEW members/ MrsvJ. Atlee and Mrs A.  ��., Ritehies,  were welcomed into the ranks of the Gibsons Women's  Institute at the  regular meeting held  in the United Church  Hall.. *    A vote of financial aid to the   ������* ���  Seaview Cemetery fund received Next meeting of the group will  approval, while Mrs J. Cortell be held in the Anglican Church  was appointed convenor for so- Hall> january n. Luncheon will  cial welfare. The same lady and be served at noon  Mrs D. Tyson were also ap- The ladies decided to hold a  pointed as convenor-for the an- whist drive at "Granny" Mac-  nual cheer parcels to shut-ms.        Ewan's,  January   11,  2 p.m.  Secretary Mrs W. Haley read  the correspondence while Mrs B.  Knight reported a successful return on the bazaar. It was decided io send a cheque to the  W:I.  Memorial fund.  The W.'I. library will be closed  Christmas and New Year's Eves.  ^gKMK^wagrsgascMgre ra-f ��� ^'.terri if  3DIAH3S  D 8  viaoiox/i,  j_i.vaa:n ivro-.iAoaa Friday, December Twenty-third, Nineteen Forty-nine  I  _?  Agent for  9  JJ  JO  9  FROM THESE snow-tinged islands, snuggling  close to the friendly haven of Pender  Harbour, then on the flat and scalloped plain  of the Squamish, in fact, wherever The Coast  News .brings tidings of your neighbor, there  will  dwell  the true spirit  of Christmas.  From towering spruce tip to cratered hole  on this great Peninsula, wherever the word  is spoken, the song���the pean of Christmas  will ring loud and friendly. For, to us, the  thought of Christmas is even greater and  more something within that it could ever be  in the concrete cities.  There is something grand and fine about  our land; something which make a lump, in  your throat when you travel our highway  winding through the great trees as, friendly  in their powerful size, they press close to the  roads and enfold, even embrace you with  their   fragrant  selves.  Only folks who love the trees can know  them to be friends. Only they who stand by  the surging surf can know the proud well of  feeling which assures you that even the waves  belong.  So, with Christmas in our minds and the  bigness of nature at our door; comes a better  understanding of that Christian feeling; a  greater longing to help the other fellow. A  better closeness with the Man who started this  season   1949 long years ago.  Ringed in by mountains, we of the Peninsula are lucky. We can see around us the  proud handiwork of God. We know he is  proud of these things, so grand and true are  they. So, without petty fear and jealousy, and  with such monuments to so wide a vision as  our  background,   our  minds  are  forged.  Let us be happy that'we are of the Peninsula. . Praises of fullness should ring out from  our hearts, praises of thankfulness. We are  the lucky ones. During this festive season let  us recount our blessings. Number them jealously one by  one.  Thankful are we to live in this great land.  And, as we bow our heads in subjugation to  Him alone to whom we ever bow, let us shout  to the top of the world.  Merry Christmas, World. May you walk  in the shade of the great trees. May you  hearken to the roaring sea. Then walk in  pride���with God.  Takes this opportunity of  wishing one and all  The  Best for a  FESTIVE  SEASON  * Gibsons  i  i  |    Wishes all   its Patrons    |  TEA ROOM  *0  S?  s?  w  w  w  A Very  Merry  Xmas  GIBSONS   -  as *  *>* .r -    i  DROPLET INFECTIONS  Coughs, colds ana other respiratory infections are spread by  "droplet   infection"���that   is,   by  the minute particles coughed and  sneezed into the air which your  neighbor breathes. It's therefore  your duty to muffle your coughs  and sneezes in a disposable  handkerchief���particularly in a  crowded bus or streetcar.  A f  Very   Merry Xmas 1  and ��  Happy Hew Year I  from I  PENINSULA  TAX3 |  Ken  Wood &  Mick   Gibbons f  r,S^Sjg}_r*^_S^-��_S_��S.^^_S_SS5Si_!S_^_K'2._(S  GAMBIER HARBOUR  By  "GLENWOOD"  iKg��ag^ii.tfH-tvi-Uj___u___M-iiiiiii'i'i iI'm in',   -taxxnpsxfXMxn-  a  MRS I. J. W. Adkins, president  of the Ladies' Auxiliary,  Branch 55, announces the winners in the drawing which took  place recently. First prize of an  afghan rug went to Mrs J. Jones,  New Brighton; second prize, a  cushion, was won by Ed Anderson, while Mrs L. Peele carried  away third prize of a pair of pillow slips. Other winners are:  Mrs Jewett, Horseshoe Bay; Mrs  J. Jones, New Brighton, and Mrs  J.   Foster of New Brighton.  Proceeds of the drawing will  be used, with one exception, to  provide for bedridden veterans'  of World War 1. These are authentic cases, approved by the  Vancouver branch of the Red  Cross. The one exception is to  help provide a Christmas party  for the hard luck, infant daugh  ter of John Ketola.  Sorry to read of Doctor Hugh's  illness. The residents of Gambier  Island join me in wishing him a  speedy recovery.  Al Kingston and Jim Strachan  left for a few day's visit in Vancouver.  Residents of Gambier are  wondering just what "40 Years"  is trying to do. I am being asked  continually who he or she is,  and, what is behind all the moaning and ranting. I have my  doubts as to "40 Years" being  able to do what is apparently his  or her intention. I have yet to  hear of any resident of Gambier  getting resentful of the people  of the Peninsula, except "40  Years".  All subscribers to the Coast  .News 6h the island, have requested me to wish Mr and Mrs  Harry Winn, our local switchboard operators, and also Fred  Feeney and his crew, a very  Merry Christmas. Our thanks for  a year of very courteous service.  tf  &  s*  w  s?  fn  Si  B��  $  B?  a?  w  SS?  _*  {#  5.  i  9i'  eason s  Wishes  To All Our  Patrons  is the Sincere Feeling of  5c-10c-15c STORE  I  v  -I  ���j  Gibsons  ���������������  45*  45*  ���������������  45*  45*  ���������������  45*  45*  ������>������  45*  ���������������  ���������������  45*  ���������*���  45*  ���>������>���.  45*  ���������������  GST*  ���������������  o  45*  ��� �����������  45*  :..9  45*  ���������*���  45*  45*  ������������O  45*  ������������  Extending our true wishes  for a Merry Christmas to  all of our friends.  n  BURNS & JACKSON  SAWMILL  Wilson Creek  B.C.  >_��|  ii  ^!f$f(;(ff��f9?��!4f{$!O{$;(!$?O?OfOf(!lf(?Of0ffft  ?!  n't  if  ���ii  I  1 SEASON'S GREETINGS  1  s?  5?  w  SS?  i  From  e Totem  ��  If From'  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  GIBSONS ,,  Comes Sincere and Heartfelt  XMAS and NEW YEAR  GREETINGS  ii  &  SS?  SS?  #  _S?  w  SS?  !��_  ��?  ^_a_KS.^^_r_^_^.:^^  ���*��.?** i3isW_p>*0 ���SJJfi"** oSSw/**0  ppp-tMK^'* o-iftXIr/T* ��-��*��/-������ ^t-SHSw^-m  1  LTD.  GIBSONS  Wish our many patrons  A  I  5  i  1  and  HAPPY NEW YEAR  I By   Cherry   Whitaker  DEAR SANTA Claus:  '   For identification    purposes    I  am  the  tired,  harrassed mother  of three children.  You do a very good job of  looking after the young ones at  Christmas, and I have been wondering if you would be willing  to take all mothers under your  wing too.  X  We  don't ask  for money. We  Understand, so well, the December financial    routine . . . each  year's  resolve  to  budget  wisely  and each year's non-adherence to  jthat budget.   February  wouldn't  |fe the same without the feeling  ���at  being   out   of   the -Christmas  ted  ...   or   the  resolutions  to  IJtart shopping in July. No, Santa,  fjive don't ask for money.  | We don't ask for physical help.  fife are experts at picking up the  'hristmas trees that have fallen  jnder   the   eager   onslaughts   of  roung decorators . . . even unto  p.e  fourth   and  fifth  time   .   .   .  .nd we know how to replace decorations fourteen times after the  Original effort has  been shifted.  lye don't even need help to tell  l^hich   ten   presents   under   the  ee  must  be  removed,  because,  lieir   unwrapping   would   reveal  ontents  in  a state  a little less  Xian new. We can re-wrap partis in such a way that no one  ould suspect that the youngest  iember of the family is destined  )  become   a   customs  inspector  iss).  |,We don't ask for toys. Never  fould we ask for toys. That is  |,ways taken care of quite ade-  iiately. You see, we spend from  ecember 25 to the following De-  fember   25,   falling  over    bikes,  fr.  trikes, wagons and roller-skates  belonging to our own and other's  children. Reassembling thousands  of puzzles; crawling under beds  to rescue marbles, tinkertoys and  missing, cars; scraping plasticine,  crayons, and paints off floors and  windows accounts for a fair percentage of our time. Putting dolls  and teddy bears to bed and getting them up is extra, but inevitable. Taking into consideration the thousand and one things  that they involve we don't ask  for toys.  We don't ask for Books or music. By the dawn of the day we  have no minds to improve and  our ear-drums have long been  shattered by top volume outpourings of carols and music heralding your arrival.  We don't even ask for quiet.  We are usefl to the increased ferocity of sound . . . doors banged  more forcefully, young tempers  more quickly displayed . . .  Christmas carols booming from  morn till night through the radio  and by lusty juvenile Carusos.  fhe voices growing shriller. All  part of the mounting excitement  as December 25 approaches.  Santa Claus these are not the  things with which we wish to  bother you. Our request is this:  Could you manage by some  strange alchemy, to find a method of ensuring that every mother  in all the lands, be given an extra  shot of energy that would guarantee her lasting through the festive season, without feeling and  looking like something that  should have been discarded with  ashes and torn wrappings?  By writing this early we are  hoping you can do things for us  this year. If not, would you mind  working on it early in the year  for the benefit of those who have  survived. We wonder if you could  introduce a new bill when par  liament sits again ... Energy  Allowance for Mothers. Being a  woman, Speaker Nancy Hodges  would no doubt give it some support, if possible.  We usually leave the letters to  the small fry, but this is a situation requiring rapid and desperate mea��ures, so please, please  do something about us.  Thanking you for j^our attention and hoping you will give the  Optometrist  GIBSONS  Office Hours:  9:00 a.m. to 5:G0 p.m.  Evenings   by   Appointment  Every   day   except  Thursday  Why   go  to   Vancouver  for  Optical   Service?  THE COAST NEWS,  Fridoy,   Dec. 23,   1949 3  matter   your   earnest   considera-   all editors,  all printers,  all  cordon, * am respondents    and   all   readers   a  YOUA SoTHER:   Merry'  Merry  Christmas-  PS - Please would you  wish Through contributions made to  a Merry, Merry Christmas to all ��UNICEF>   Ottawa,"     Canadians  editors,   all   printers,   all  corres- heloine to feed 4 000 000 sick  pondents  and  all readers,  with- aie nelPinS t0 reea ^uuu.uuu sick,  out   whom   there   would   be   no hungry and destitute children in  medium  through  which  to  wish Europe alone.  ft?  '&  Li  _#  I?  M  ��?  &?  k?  _.?  il  j   Ss?  SECHELT TAXI I  A  (Harry Sawyer���Frank  French) ��  ft  Wishes all its friends and customers |j  The Very Best For  NEW YEAR  and a  VERY MERRY XMAS  u   ����������� ts.. *?��� t?v.vv,--.-".���*.������  *  .-vv.���__?',.���__i -Ci ��_>. _ra�����.-;  IS  05  fa  m  4g*  45*  4��*  45*  4g*  45*  ��� �����������  i$i$i$i$i$i.i$i.i$i$i$i$i$i$ip.i��i$i$i$i$i$i$ii^  and   a   wish   for   the  ���������  45*  48*  45*  45*  45*  45*  4��*  ....9  4^  \^ BEST  W/SH��S  Merriest  Christmas ever,   m.  4!*  to you and yours! !jj��  ���������������  ���_>...  45*  ��� ������������  45*  45*  ...a*  45*  ���������������  45*  45*  45*  48*  45*  ���������������  ��� �����������  45*  45*  45*  ���������������  43*  45*  45*  45*  45*  45*  45*  ���������������  45*  45*  ���*���������  45*  ���������������  45*  ���������������  48*  45*  ������..���  45*  45*  There is a spirit that pervades our world during this season. You feel it in the  joy of giving gifts . .. . in the offering of wishes to those around you ... in  the hymns and carols. It is especially necessary, in these times, to spread  this spirit to all . . . to attend the church of our choice and pray that the  light of the Lord show us our way once more.  aiiagemenf and Staff  ���������������  45*  ��� ������������  48*  ��� ������������  43*  SECHELT AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE    ...  48*  Management and Staff  ��������������  48*  4g*  ��� ������������  45*  SMALL'S   HARDWARE  "SERVING the PENINSULA" GIBSONS  45*  45*  ��� ���������*  S   Sechelt 27  Sechelt   &  45*  ��� ������������  "Personal   Service  Always"  MANAGEMENT and STAFF  HOWE SOUND  TRADING CO.  GIBSONS  "���%  Since we cannot shake each one  of you by the hand to give you  our good wishes personally���we  want to take this opportunity ro  express our hopes that this  Christmas and the coming New  Year be one of joy and goodness  for each and every one of you���  our friends and patrons.  VINCE and ANNE  PREWER  GSBSONS  ������       r.   A&S*"'  ft��W\S\ ��.Vk .\v.\\XSJ^ -*��� .*, ,,-W.W. - -V.. .\ ��������... .s....    <����$ 4  THE COAST NEWS, Fridoy,  Dec. 23,  1949  By "ARIES'  discharge   enlisted   in   the   Wor- Beeth   who   will   be   leaving' us  cestershire  constabulary.    He  is shortly.  now the caretaker of the Legion  Hall.  We bid him welcome arid Wearing  a beautiful heirloom  hope he will enjoy many years gown in which her aunt, Bertha  CARE OF THE EYES eyes in fine work all day should  The  care  of  the   eyes   is  im-  avoid  too much  reading  in  the  portant   in   the   maintenance   of evenings  good general health. Reading in                J  ^ ^.T'.r^TT1"1' stay with ��s ��� Sechelt.                    Power,   was   christened  in  Eng-  a  poor light   or choosing books      -,.                                      ���     . decorated.   Its   hard  to   know land> mtle Linda Elaine Hansen>  with fine print is bound to tire   .  Fireworks     money:     Cracker- which is the best. We do think, Thoughtful little girls are Di-   infant daughter of Neil and Mar-  the   eyes.   People   who   use   the jack.  however, that the Tassella shop ane   Parr    Pearson    and    Joan  garite (Faery) Hansen was chris-  iihiiliiBiiti&':iliil'i&'ih-&i&iilihiiliiti& shows up as well as any. The all Chambers, they decided to hold  tened  on  Sunday by the Vicar,  .���:^:V:^:V:v:*P:WS*F:ir:*?:w;w:w:t?:*fc^^ silver motif is very unusual, and an   evening's   entertainment     to  Rev H. Oswald. Godparents were  45*  ���������������  45*  45*  45*  45*  -.���0  45*  45*  ������������o  45*  45*  45*  45*  ���������������  45*  45*  45*  May the spirit of the Season light your way with  its eternal good cheer.  45* standing by itself, it has no other give  a  going away gift to   Mrs   Mr and Mrs Maurice Hemstreet.  &. torenront? to/fect the tc��lors' ^$i$$l*l#i#$I��^  4��g, Mrs Crucil and Gaye must have ,��, .^.>r��^r.^.-��-��>. .p*-..^.-* ��^-.-. .^. .^.^r.^r.^r.,^  *2L\ spent quite a lot of time on this.  48*  �����; Worth it though.  ...  48*  ���������������  45*  45*  '*8*      Mrs Hawkins is here from Ed- 45*  ��� e... ���������������  45* monton. She is the sister of Mr 45*  4g�� Robert Beeth who passed away /55*  *���� suddenly. She will stay with her "����  ..... sister-in-law until all the affairs ���������������  jj* of  the   estate   can   be   adjusted, j*��  4& when Mrs Beeth will travel back 48*  to   Edmonton  where    she    will "����  make her home. We shall be sor- ���������������  ry to see her go. She has expres- $&  4jj* sed her appreciation of the kind- 45*  ��r ness shown her in her bereave- '��Z  ���T. ment by Doctor D. McColl, Rev ...  gf; H.   U.   Oswald,   Magistrate   Syd 3  45* McKay   and   many   friends   and 4&  ��g�� neighbors too numerous to men- "^  ..... tion. ���������������  45* 45*  4S*      Mr and Mrs Erickson, the for- <j$*  ^                                                                                                                  J^; mer Geraldine Scott, whose par- "����  With Best Wishes for a Merry Xmas and  Happy New Year  To all our customers, sincere thanks for their wonderful patronage during the past year. Now under  new management, we feel we shall be of better service to you in the coming year.  Management and Staff  ELPHINSTONE CO-OP  May this joyous Christmas light your way to a  happy prosperous year  ahead!  side on the Porpoise Road, have 3  45*  45*  .....  45*  .....  45*  ���������������  45*  45*  ������T��.  45*  May the holy sentiments  of this precious holiday  prevail throughout your  activities.  455- and will now take up residence  .VZZ in New Westminster, B.C.  .....  **&     At a recent meeting of LA to  4j& Canadian     Legion     Mrs     Alice  ���gr French, Mrs Ritchie Sr, and Mrs  ..... Brown were elected on the HaU  N. RICHARD McKIBBIN g  GIBSONS, B.C. '<��>  ���������������  45*  ���������������  SEASON'S GREETINGS  Staff and Management  SECHELT INN  !_R    Union General Store Sechelt Tea Room  Board of the Legion..  45*  5gj. St Hilda's Church was packed  �������� to overflowing for the candle  f��. light carol service by the chil-  45* dreh's choir. It was the first time  5*�� that anything like this had been  �������� attempted and the Vicar compli-  f��. mented the children and their  45* leaders for a very enjoyable ser-  5g�� vice. The children,' carrying tap-  �����r ers, slowly walked down the  2�� aisle and the tapers were then  45* placed in silver sconces typifying  !g�� that the Christ child is the Light  ����������� of the World. We noticed two  f~. new boys added to the choir,  45* Michael Whitaker and Ronald  5g�� Larsen, which makes about a  ���vy choir of sixteen. The carols were  enjoyed by all and the spirit of  friendly greeting and good . comradeship prevailed. Service on  Christmas Day is at 9:30 a.m.  We wish all of you the  heartiest   of >best  wishes  for  XMAS  and  THE NEW YEAR  -��  ��������������  We join in wishing you a  Yuletide filled with song  and good cheer. Merry  Christmas.  SEASON'S GREETINGS  Management and Staff  SEA BUS LINES LTD.  GIBSONS  Mr and Mrs Ken Whitaker  went to Vancouver recently via  Davidson freight of which firm  Mr Whitaker is agent. From now  on this mode of travel will be  2* known as BARGING IN. Let us  45* know next time Cherry, and we  ��*�� will barge ir> also if we get the  ..... opportunity.  45*  45* The slight tremor felt on Sun-  ^ day afternoon was not an earth-  ��������������� quake, merely yours truly coming down for a crash landing in  front of the Anglican Church. It  took three stalwart women to  raise me. We didn't notice any  g^ men rushing to the rescue.   Oh,  4J* to be eighteen once more.  .....  43*  .....      Recently arrived from England  g^  is Mr Edwin ^Walker, brother of  45*  H. G. Walker.  Mr Walker is an  old Guardsman    having    served  during World War 1 and on hig  45* ============  .....  WHITAKER'S TRADING POST  DAVIES BAY WILSON CREEK RD.  .^*  45*  45*  ���������������  45*  45*  .....  Wishing you all the  things you're wishing for;  this joyous Christmas  Day.  ���������������  45*  .....  45*  ��� ���������-  45*  ��� �����������  45*  45*  ...p.  45*  ���a...  45*  .....  48*  .....  *3>  HADDOCK'S ENGINEERING  Pender Harbour  45*  .....  45*  .....  45*  .....  45*  45*  .....  May the warm glow of  good will and happiness  prevade your every moment this Christmas season !  Management and Staff  TASELLA'S  DRESS SHOPPE  SECHELT  from  EATON'S Kitchen Kapers & . .  imely  ,olor  By JANE DRURY  ONE OF THE nicest things about Christmas is the way the  spirit of good will and good cheer runs over into the  following days and makes the whole week the best time of  the year. Christmas dinner is, of course, the highlight of the  season���a home meal with all the family gathered around,  with visiting aunts, uncles, cousins and what-have-you, to  make it all the merrier.  But the  fun and the  feasting   are not all over on the 25th. They are a bit fussy to make, of  Young folks are home and there course, but who cares when we  are likely to be "doings" any time have the holiday spirit? Let the  ���a planned affair, or one of same cheery red and green show  those impromptu occasions which, up in other courses���chicken a  are the j oiliest of all. Bessie la king served in patty cases or  wants her friends to tea or on hot split biscuits garnished  bridge, Jock wants to have his With pimento and green peppers,  pals in, and Helen wants a party m0Unds of cranberry jelly, a  of her own. variety of crispy relishes���cress,  x   The  house  is  gay  in   holiday olives,   celery  and  the  like,  dress, the cupboards are stocked     Somethi ial but not too  with   good   things   to   eat,     and dessert might  be lit-  everyone is feeling friendly and ^,eavy ��or. dessert mif be nt"  hospitable, so what better time tJf cup cakes or snow balls, serv-  to have friends gather under ed wlth a sauf a+nd" uSf4 as an  your own roof? ' accompaniment     to     plain     ice  tr ... _.    ,  cream   decorated   with     a     few-  Have you ever invited a crowd ,     _h_rrie_   There misht  bp  to breakfast? The jolliest, horn- bright chei ries. mere might be  iest kind of meal with gay cov- such things as colorful mints and  t ers, colorful china and cheery salted nuts, but perhaps you  Christmas decorations to make would like to save these to be  it all the brighter Serve bowls put on the bridge table for the  of fruit or glasses of luscious "dummy" to nibble. This menu  juice, great stacks of bacon or a would do for refreshments after  puffy omelet with any one of a the bride game if you prefer to  \ dozen things besides. Jams or serve high tea instead of lunch-  jellies or marmalades in pretty eon. In this case you might omit  dishes. the cocktail to simplify service.  Perhaps   you   plan   a   lunchen      Then   there   is   the   afternoon  to  be   followed  by   a  game    of tea,  which  may  mean   anything  .bridge?     How   about  a    tomato from an informal gathering of a  ^cocktail to start off with? Or a few friends to  an elaborate re-  'combination  of fruit juices  col- ception.   "Eats"   may   be   merely  lored   red   or   green  to   give  the a cup of tea and a piece of cake  'Christmas     touch?     And     little for  another happy  mouth,   or  a  star-shaped canapes on the plate real spread set out on your love-  around   the   base   of   the   glass?  liest   tablecloth    and   served   on  your smartest china. Food is  dainty, light and attractively  garnished and, of course, the  Christmas colors and motifs rule  the  decorative scheme.  The late snack, anywhere from  ten o'clock to midnight, is sure  to be on the holiday program.  This occasion is likely to be the  most fun of all, particularly if  we turn the young folks loose  in the kitchen and let them see  what they can do with a can-  opener, an electric toaster or a  waffle iron and percolator. Don't  worry if they use twice as many  pans as they need and muss all  the aprons in the house. They  will be having' a grand time and  vote your home the "homiest."  This is really a lovely time of  year and about the time this  recipe reaches you, there will  be a pungent smell of evergreen in your home, and a rustle  of tissue paper as we fix up  mysterious packages. The Christmas card list should be completed even though it will be  written and re-written. Christmas carols will he sung and sung  again���it's too bad the lovely  Christmas carols are sung so  many times during a short season and then put away for another year. What about the  Christmas trees? Do you suppose  they have a question? I wonder.  "Shimmering,    tinselled    Christmas tree,  Since  your burst of ecstasy  I wonder if you rather be  Growing now, than shimmery."  I   think  if  they  could  talk  to  us  they  would rather  be  shimmering trees knowing they bring  so    much    happiness    into    the  homes.   What   about   the   "After  Christmas"     carol,     Have     you  heard that  carol?  This is really  any wife's song.  "For a happy day I'm grateful  And  overflows my cup,  But who'll take  down the  Christmas  tree  And pick  these  wrappings  up?  "I  love  each gift  you  gave  me  THE COAST  NEWS,  Friday,   Dec. 23,   1949  FASHION NOTE  While there are wary corn-  comments from many quarters  that the new boyish hair-cut and  the close-fitting cloche hats augur a return to the ugly styles  of the 1920's, London fashions  for dresses and coats seem to  contradict these forecasts. The  skirt drapery, wrapped shoulders, ruffles and sequin embroidery which underline formal evening gowns, and the appeal of  the short evening gowns, with  their little fitted bead encrusted  jackets, are nothing if not feminine. Coats, too, show, when they  are fitted, more curves than ever  before, although the ugly hip  and shoulder padding have disappeared, and even when they  are cut on wide, modified "tentlike lines there is an implication  of a slender feminine figure beneath the concealing material. It  was not until nearly eight years  after the end of World War I  that there was a distinct and  sharp turn towards the ugliness  of the chemise dress and the  coal-scuttle cloche hat which  concealed everything but the  wearer's nose, and it may well  be that we have not yet reached  the phase when the reaction produced by World War I is felt in  feminine fashions. Perhaps the  latest   close-cut   hair   styles   are  ���but  Who'll pay the bills  we owe,  And   get   the   budget   back   in  shape?  AS IF  I DIDN'T KNOW!"  ���E. E. L.  You really didn't want a raft  of recipes this week, anyway,  did you? The few timely suggestions at the beginning of this  column together with your own  ability to create your own tempting dishes will, I am sure, see  you through your holiday entertaining.  the first step, and perhaps general taste is due for a decline,  but up to now charm is holding  its own in the fashion houses.  THE AIR WE BREATHE  An overheated, stagnant atmosphere lacks invigoration,  makes for slackness and irritability and encourages colds. It  also make ventilation difficult  for any entering air seems chilly  by comparison. Working in an  overheated room may cause dry  and sallow skin, nose, throat and  chest troubles and a craving for  stimulants   rather  than  food.  The sweetest carol of all  is unwritten ��� for it is  spirit rather than words  rhat makes Christmas so  dear!  ROSE JAR  GIBSONS  .45*  From  .....  45*  Good (Jill  MEM  5��  i ���������������  ^55*  .....  KB  ......  .45*  p..  and   boundless   joy  ....  45*   and happiness to all our  )45*  friends.  Laurie Speck  Oil Burner and  Forced  Air Heating Expert  Comes  Sincere Wishes that  You have  A Merry Merry  Xmas  and  Prosperous  New Year  .....  45*  45*  .....  46*  ���������������  45*  45*  45*  43*  45*  45*  .....  45*  45*  45*  ���������������  45*  45*  45*  <ast Freight Service  SAILINGS THREE TIMES WEEKLY  NO CHANGE IN SCHEDULE  Load Monday for Load Wednesday for  Gibsons Gibsons  Roberts Creek Roberts Creek  Davis Bay (Wilson Ck.)    Davis Bay (Wilson Ck.)  Sechelt Sechelt  Halfmoon   Bay  Secret Cove  Pender Harbour  Irvines Ldg.  Hassens Wharf  Garden Bay  Load. Thursday for  Gibsons  Roberts Creek  Davis Bay (Wilson Ck.)  Sechelt  Halfmoon Bay  Pender Harbour  Irvines Landing  Hassens Wharf  Garden Bay  Nelson Island Points  Davidson Marine Freight Limited  .....  45*  45*;  .....  Phone 64R  Gibsons  ^f$!��!(jf!$!$!$!l!ff^��!$!$!$f$!��t!��!$!��fd!��?$!��](fT^ f  ��� ��>���������  43*  45*  4S*  ...  ARROW TRANSFER ��� SHED No. 1  Phone Vancouver TA 5041  Sechelt 63 or 31C  h'?W'Jl��yv^^J^^��yiii:^y,T*WX,��U.TWgpi  Christmas and  New Year Schedule 1949  CHRISTMAS  x ^ x  $����&*&��. .-.ifcpv- ;_i. ��.��  Thurs., Dec. 22nd, Northbound  Lv.   Vancouver       9:30 a.m.  Ar. Wilson Creek   11:45 a.m.  Ar.   Halfmoon  Bay       1:15'p.m.  Ar. Pender Harbour       2:30 p.m.  Friday, Dec. 23rd, Southbound  Lv. Wilson Creek     8:15 p.m.  Ar.  Vancouver     10:30 p.m.  Saturday, _��� Dec. _24jhi>  Northbound  Lv.   Vancouver  7.  12:30 noon  Ar. Wilson Creek      2:45 p.m.  Halfmoon Bay passengers via Taxi from  Wilson Creek.  Sunday, Dec. 25th, Christmas Day  NO SAILINGS.  NEW  Saturday,   Dec. 31st,  Northbound  Lv.  Vancouver      9:30 a.m.  Ar. Wilson Creek   11:45 a.m.  Ar. Halfmoon Bay ���._     1:15 p.m.  Sunday, Jan.  1st, Northbound  Lv.   Vancouver       7:30 p.m.  Ar. Wilson Creek     9:45 p.m.  Monday, Dec. 26th, Northbound  Lv.   Vancouver        5:00 p.m.  Ar. Wilson Creek      7:15 p.m.  Tuesday, Dec. 27th, Southbound  Lv. Pender Harbour      2:00 p.m.  Lv.   Halfmoon  Bay       3:00 p.m.  Lv. Wilson Creek     4:15 p.m.  Ar.   Vancouver         6:30 p.m.  Northbound  Lv.   Vancouver       7:30 p.m.  Ar. Wilson Creek  ~X     9:45 p.m.  Wednesday, Dec. 28th, Southbound  Lv. Pender Harbour     2:00 p.m.  Lv.   Halfmoon Bay      3:00 p.m.  Lv. Wilson Creek      4:15 p.m.  Ar.   Vancouver    .     6:30 p.m.  Thursday,  Dec.  29th,   Regular  Sailings.  Friday,  Dec. 30th, Regular Sailings.  Monday, Jan. 2nd, Southbound  Lv. Pender Harbour  ���   2:00 p.m.  Lv. Halfmoon Bay  :    3:00 p.m.  Lv. Wilson Creek     4:15 p.m.  Ar. Vancouver      6:30 p.m.  Thence regular schedule. 6  THE COAST  NEWS, Friday,  Dec. 23,   1949  NOVEMBER STEEL RECORD  Britain's steel output last  month was a new record for November and only slightly below  the industry's record month���  May 1949. Production in November was at an annual rate of 16,-  358,000 tons compared with a  rate of 15,959,000 in the previous  month and 15,670,000 tons in No-  Uf!T'  Can renovate that empty  basement or attic.  Your spare space can be  made  REVENUE    PRODUCING  NOW  Prepare for the summer  tourist trade. Action now  means  MONEY   FOR   YOU  Workmanship Guaranteed   ���   Reasonable  Let   us   give   you   a  free   estimate.  Phone   45  Gibsons  7*��r*?)5<  UEBF Parcels  Appreciated  OFFICERS of the United Emergency Fund for Britain across  Canada have been . inundated  during recent weeks with letters and cards expressing the  genuine appreciation for the receipt of food parcels by the ne��^v  in Britain. In addition, thousands  of individual donors, using the  facilities of the UEFB in sending  aid, have also obtained words  of gratitude.  Correspondence, through the  exchange of letters, Sir Ellsworth  Flavelle, national UEFB chairman explains, has a profound effect upon cementing the ties of  friendship and understanding  between Canadians and Britons,  and is doing much toward emphasizing abroad the generous,  thoughtful and democratic spirit  of   the   Canadian   people.     This  vember last year. For the first  three quarters of this ye^r, production was running at a rate  of 15,449,000 tons and the British Iron and Steel Federation  states that with the higher figures for October and November,  and allowing for some fall over  the Christmas holiday, the industry should achieve an upper  limit of the year's target of 15%  to 15^ millions set by the government in the Economic Survey.  :?��_3. _&?_  mmm^mm^m^mfim^.mmmmmmmmmBimim  factor alone, Sir Ellsworth believes, compensates the efforts of  those fostering the UEFB across  Canada.  Following are a few excerpts  culled at random from the many  letters on file at the UEFB Toronto headquarters which have  been received lately from Britons acknowledging receipt of  food parcels:  "I am extremely grateful to  your organization and the people  of Canada* for the parcel containing such a variety of good  things which are either in very  short supply or unobtainable in  this country and also for the  very kind letter which accompanied  the gift.  "The parcel is being shared  by my elderly parents who have  lived with me since their home  was totally destroyed by German air raids on this small  town in which over 100 people  were killed and 400 injured.  "The generous feeling of goodwill so typical of the Canadian  people is very much valued in  this country and if the same  spirit prevailed throughout the  world it would be a far happier  place."  "The contents of the parcel  are just lovely. If you only know  what it is to have a tin of meat  like I have had sent me you  would be pleased. The bacon I  am saving until Christmas. You  see I am very poor only through  the war, so you can guess how  I feel. My heart is so full of  gratitude.  "We seem to be in a bad way.  I expect it will all come straight  one day. Living is very dear, nobody seems to have any money  to spare only for food. Never  mind, God's good. I expect the  sun will shine for us all again."  Diogenes,     the   ancient   Greek Ontario   fishermen  think  new  with the lamp, liked perfume so nylon   nets-  are  too  good.    The  well  he  scended  his feet.    The sparkle   of   the   net   attracts   so  fumes rose and scented his whole many   fish   that   the   piscatorial  body.                                        ( population may be endangered.  Our heart-felt wishes for  your      happiness     this  t  Christmas Day.  Wishing all our friends and customers a Very Merry  Xmas and a Happy New Year.  Sunset Hardware."  Record and Appliance Shop  THE MEN'S SHOP  GIBSONS, B.C.  !({(?(m#|*f(Wt{|?tf|ft!(|({tftf#ftWtWt!t  fft!  ��� &��c--r *.**'���  Pre-Inventory Sale  At Cost  Now  IS THE TIME  TO PLAN,  Heir  IS THE PLACE TO BUY  Rock  Bottom  Piices  ��� PLYWOOD  o HARBOARD  ��� GYPROCK  ��� MASONITE  �� STRIATED PLYWOOD  �� INSULBOARD  �� BEAVERBOARD  SUPPLIES ARE LIMITED  Sunset Hardware  PHONE 32  GIBSONS  IB B __��� _____ B8 -KJuSl SS rfrBh.  echelt-Jervis Towing Co.  Your Local Complete Sparine Towing Service  LOG TOWING ��� YARDING ��� SCOWS ��� DREDGING  PILE DRIVING ��� SALVAGE  Special  Facilities for Quick Movement of Cats, Logging Trucks and  General Camp Equipment  PHONE US COLLECT FOR RATES  GIBSONS ��� Mr. Reg Godfrey. Tel. Granthams 10U2  SECHELT ��� Coast News. Phone 32  PENDER HARBOUR���Bill  Donley, c/o Hassan's Store, Tel.  6U  NANAIMO���The  Nanaimo Towing Co.  Ltd.  Tel., Day 555; Night 1497 or 305  Area Agent���Mr. H. Spalding, Pender Harbour, Tel. 6 S 2  ' mmwHW-UMI nnHiiij.uvH��Hi_iwmjMMW-<. British fisher folk consider The Great Lakes have no tides  ;hat to dream of keeping money but water levels vary with heavy  n a shoe is a bad omen. rains or strong winds.  51i!*!$!Oi$IO;p.!Oi*i$.$lOI*i��iOi0!��I$IOIp>ii>i0i��_i}#  ������������  ...��  ...��  ������������  55*  55*  ������������  To our many friends a  Christmas abundant with  ���II good things, and a  heart brimming with the  satisfying glow of the  Season.  ��� ������������  4&  �����...  .48*  ��� ��*������  ��� ������������  4&  ������>.���  ��� ������������  ��*  55*  55*  55*  55*  55*  55*  55*  ������������  ��� �����������  ���������������  SECHELT SERVICE STORE  SECHELT  ^W��r  ��� ���������  CP*��"  ^M��MmmmwM%wMmwM��Mmm^  IfflHHMM  MARINE ��� COMMERCIAL ��� DOMESTIC  REFRIGERATION  Sales and Service  WALK-IN BOXES ���   DEEP FREEZERS  ���   HEATING and OIL FURNACES  GUARANTEED  SECOND  HAND COMMERCIAL  REFRIGERATOR  UNITS  FOR SALE  W. J. MYLOR  ROBERTS CREEK  Phone Roberts Creek 24K  Business and Professional  DIRECT  BRITANNIA BEACH  By  "SLIM"  HI FOLKS ��� Christmas is nearly on us. But anyway must admit I'm 90 percent better prepared for it than I have been in  years  and  that's something.  First glad to say Clint Nicholson is- home and looking very  well they tell me.  Had sad news of one of our  local boys, Everret Clifton, who  works in Flin Flon. He was  found shot in his room. So far  they do not know what happened. He was to be married soon.  His girl friend Pat brought the  body to Vancouver to be buried  last Friday. It is a great shock  to us all and our deepest sympathy is. extended to Mr Clifton  and his family.  Birth ' congratulations to Pat  and Dot Flanigan on the arrival  of a daughter. Aggie O'Kell arrived home Sunday with her  daughter Colleen.  The firemen had their big  night two weeks ago with the  usual fireman's ball. There was  a good turn out. The music, was  as good as always when Stan  Nichols  and  his  boys  are here.  Gord Mounsey was MC and between him, his dog and the fire  hydrant everything went off in  a sensible way. So now we'll be  looking forward  to  New  Years.  Sorry I missed my column last  week, but I came home Wednesday and had to go to Squamish  Wednesday night. Of course I  was down for Harry and Jane's  wedding and everything was  beautiful, particularly the bride  in her flowing white satin gown.  She had two bridesmaids. I was  matron of honor and Barbara  Anne flower girl.  The newlyweds went to Penticton for their honeymoon and  are now back home and at work.  So we wish you both the very  best of luck and happiness.  Well I think that's all and will  try and get a column in next  week.  So   cheerio. Slim.  THE COAST NEWS, Friday,  Dec. 23,   1949  7  i  Please Clip This Directory Out and Hang By Your Phone  For Reference  BAKERY  REAL ESTATE  BETTY'S  BAKERY  Homemade  Pies,  Cakes,  Bread  Special Catering ,  Cakes Decorated to Order  I   Porpoise  Bay Rd.,  Sechelt  I Phone SecheK% 59W  BEER BOTTLES  Specialist  in  Coast  Property  Consolidated Brokers Ltd.  Gulf Coast Offices  Gibsons and Sechelt  Phone  37  SECOND HAND STORE  Will call and buy for cash,  beer bottles, scrap metal, etc.  Calls made at intervals from  Hopkins to  Irvines Landing.  ' R.  H.  STROSHEIN  Wilson   Creek  GARBAGE DISPOSAL  Typewriter Sales and  Service  Agent for Remington  For Fast, Accurate Service  see  COLIN.WINGRAVE  Gibsons,   B.C.  May there be a twinkle  in your eye and laughter  on  your  lips this  Christ-  ROBERTS  CREEK  UNDER THE  DOGWOOD  By Jack for Short  THIS IS going  to be a  scatterbrained sort of an  effort .  .  .  The "Boss" came into the store  on Saturday last and said "Copy  in on Monday," and that was  that.  However I'll do my best . . .  or worst?  Everybody seems to be mad  busy, one way or another. Shopping being the principal source  of activity, although I was out  along the upper road on Sunday,  and one or two folks were walking along innocently with yet a  guilty look, as they nursed a  Christmas tree under their arm.  This script is looking really  untidy, result of borrowing a machine and asking for permission  afterwards . . .  This is my first Christmas in  this country, and later on, I hope  to" write a little of what thoughts  this nostalgic occasion fostered  in my breast.  The special carol and orchestral concert held at St Aidan's  Church, on Sunday last, is reported in a separate column, sufficient for me to say that it was a  successful event, the cosy church  being packed to capacity. The  gathering afterwards at "Greenacres", was also a crowded affair, and taxed the resources of  the WA, but under the guidance  of Mrs Findlay, everything went  smoothly. We in the "Creek" are  all sorry to learn of D. O. Wort-  man's hurried trip to Vancouver.  Also the very sudden death of  Mr Clay, of Gibsons, was a shock.  Most of us knew him, and the  sympathy of all is extended to  Mrs Clay.  The children's party is being  held this week, Tuesday in fact,  but of course I cannot get this in  until our next issue.  Now I think I've done enough  damage to my reputation as a  stenographer, so here goes for a  swinging finish:  A very. Merry Christmas and a  very Happy and Prosperous New  Year to all my readers.  Jack  for short.  y  s?  a?  ��__>  ��  H  a?  May this season be of     g  Good Cheer  s?  If  s?  A Merry Xmas  and  Happy New Year  SELMA PARK  ft  Si  I  ��  M   HAIRDRESSING   SHOP    &  % f  The   Canadian-American    border extends for 3,986.8 miles.  As the bells ring in another anniversary of His  Birth, v/e wish you joy  and happiness.  Sechelt Building  Supplies  SECHELT  Just $1 sent to "UNICEF, Ottawa," will give 10 needy children a glass of milk a day for  a week.  FOR SALE  3 Kilowatt,  110 A.C.  Lister Diesel���6 h.p.  Extras include Panel; Bedplate, Filters and Water  Tank. Used six month.  Running now.  Reasonable  Contact: Captain R. L.  Germain, Irvines Landing,  or phone Pender 9S.  .   ���22  mas.  Garbage Disposal Service  weekly or monthly  Sechelt, West Sechelt,  Selma Park only  For Information write or  'phone  Union Steamship Co.  Phone Sechelt, 22  GENERAL HAULING  "!    TAXI  Gibsons   Cartage  Limited  Gibsons,  B.C.  PENINSULA CABS  24-Hour Service  . 2 Phones ��� 2 Cabs  WILSON CREEK- and  SELMA PARK  Phone   Sechelt  66  Wxt (Eoast Keuis  3 Lines (15 words) for 35c 3 Insertions (same ad) 75c  Extra words, above 15-word mm., 2c each.   Cash with order.  Notices,  Engagements, Marriages,  Deaths,  etc., 75c Insertion  LJTTLE ADS . . .  BIG RESULTS  IL.  fishinq  GIFT STORE  Headquarters for Wool,  Notions,  Cards,  Toys,  Miscellaneous Gifts  Gibsons 5-10-15  Store  Left of Post  Office  Gibsons, B.C. -���  BILL'S  TAXI  Reliable 24 Hour Service  Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  Bill Mervyn  Phone Halfmoon Bay 7-U    i  LAND CLEARING  TRANSFER-TRUCKERS  Bulldozing ��� Clearing  Grading ��� Excavating  Road Building  PHONE A.   E. RITCHEY  Gibsons 86, Gibsons, B.C.  HANSEN TRANSFER  GENERAL CARTAGE  GOOD BUSHWOOD  Phone  Sechelt  28  Sechelt, B.C.  PLUMBING-HARDWARE  PLUMBING and  HEATING  Hardware, Plumbing Supplies  Heating Necessities  "Serving the Peninsula'"  Marshall's  Hardware  Phone Gibson���33  SUNSET HARDWARE  GIBSONS  Registered Plumbers  PLUMBING  Sales   and   Contracting  ANNOUNCEMENT:  MR AND Mrs Russell Plows wish  to announce the engagement of  their second daughter, Edith  Edna, to Mr Douglas McKay,  only son of Mr and Mrs John  McKay.'Wedding will take place  in January. 20  PERSONAL-  SHIP BY Gulf Lines Express to  or from Vancouver. Low rates.  Fast   service.   Careful   handling.  Specify   Gulf  Lines Express,    tf  MATURED  AND  BOTTLED  IN  ENGLAND  L*_u,  ROYAL NAVY  This advertisement is not published  or displayed by the Liquor Control  Board or by the Government of  British Columbia.  ROOM  AND   BOARDROOM and board or just    room  available in  comfortable private home at Selma Park. Phone  Sechelt 32 for details.       2543-tfn  SUMMER homesites in the celebrated and beautiful Jervis Inlet area on Vanguard Bay, any  size you desire from 2 acres up,  at only $100 per acre. Vanguard  Bay offers unexcelled boat anchorage. Cod and salmon fishing  with fresh water lake only 1  blcck inland. For details write  to W. E. Haskins, Pender Harbor. ��� tfn  MEN!  Moss pickers and others. Here's  great  news.  Get  $1.00   a  pound  for   ordinary   forest   moss.   Start  now.     Particulars   and   samples  10c,  stamps   accepted.  NORTHWOODS PRODUCTS  LIMITED  Port  Clements  11,   B.C.  20  TWGOVlRKMiNTC.  IM PfKMNU Of BKIlSM COUJHBA  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply to  Lease Land  IN LAND  Recording District  of  Vancouver, B.C. and situate at  Bargain Harbour, B.C.  Take notice that Donald Angus  MacDonald of Pender Harbour,  B.C., occupation fisherman intends to apply for a lease of the  following described lands: ���  Commencing at a post planted  at the South West corner of Lot  15 proceeding in a northerly direction along the foreshore of Lots  15 and 16 and continuing 120  feet along the foreshore of Lot  17 D.L. 1392 Plan 5388, and containing foreshore, for the purpose  of floats, net sheds, approaches  etc.  Donald Angus MacDonald.  Dated September 10th, 1949.  48-4 8  THE COAST  NEWS,  Friday,   Dec. 23,   1949 has undergone changes lately, as  to roads. The latest is from John  f  MORE  ABOUT  .  . .  Between You 'n Me  Continued from, page 1  Get New Pep, Vim, Vigor  Daly's to Fred Clayton's, and  right on the Gordon Lyons. This  should be quite a help to the  Mrs, being able to walk to afternoon   tea,   instead   of  rowing,  too and a fully manned dingy ap-  or  "putters."  pears overside. In seconds it has  scraped  the  bottom   just  where      Pender  Harbour  is    to    have  shapely, heaithy-iooking bodie.    0n deck with that fierce visaged,  Wl1* leave Garden Bay  daily at  tonics, atimuiantfi luvtgoraiorg.    one-eyed   mutineer.    Somewhere  ��.oo   p.m.,   arrive   in    Vancouver  \ni^L^%��l�����r^?\^M.    you stand.  In less  time than it  daily plane service, effective Dec.  {S^o^f^^^^^Z^o^.   takes   to  tell>  y��u  are   standing  20^ Lloyd Davis advises. A plane  are now proud of b_  They tbanK the sped  tonlo, Ostrex. Its to___.^^. ~ .__._.__._,., ._...,_ ���.  -ppetit��a��_id .igration w "tod- giv^yolf^raoM   you've taken hold of a long hid-  2:15   p.m.  Reservations  must  be  strength and nourish meet: put flesh od bare bones      jq_   �����*.,-.-._.   ~f   ���~,, t>^ .-<���______ marJp   in    arivariPP     TllP   rates   are  Don't rear getting too tut. Stop when you've gained     den   Store   Ot   COUrage. Il-dae   in   dUVdllCt,.    J. lie   lctLt._s   cue  th�� 5. io 15 or 20 ibs. you need ror normai weight    jn   our   own   wav    with   oerfect  very reasonable. There will be a  Cocta little. New "get acquainted" sire onlv 60o      1IA    w"i     ��jwjli     waj,     wahi    jjcxxc^ip .7  Try tamous ostrex Toni' Tablets for new vigor   freedom to do and sav what we   Sea-Bee   based   at   Craraen   rsay  und added pound*. ��_iU very day. At al) drusetsw      "^"u"'   "��   >_.*-   a-__i   _-oy    wua.   w& . . .  want to. To worship as we wish for bringing in passengers from  is one of our greatest privileges, outlying districts to catch the  and what better time to ask that regular flight as well as for  these gifts may be spared to us charter. Full information can be  for many years to come, than na^ from the Garden Bay Lodge.  Christmas Eve, the Birthday of MaY we wish y��u one and a11 a  our Saviour. The year has been Very Merry Christmas from  one of sadness for some, joy for   "JUDY".  others,  so  let us  remember the    ones who mourn, in our prayers Canada produces about 800,000  this Feast of Christmas, and pray tons of sulphuric acid yearly,  that God may heal all their sorrows, and that the years to come  may bring peace and happiness  to them. May I wish all my  friends, and readers, the very  very best wishes for a Merry  Christmas and trust we may be  together  for  many  many  more.  Call CECIL LAWRENCE  Sechelt 36  Choice  STOCK-REDUCING  1X49   ^^<SjP^��  ofaCmtufay  Bottled & Shipped by  LONDON, El  MORE  ABOUT  .  .  .  PENDER HARBOUR  (Continued From Page   1)  the purser assured her, the Better Half was sitting at the stern  of the ship, grateful for the fresh  air! There was a thin layer of  snow when we dis-embarked at  Gibsons, which started me bragging about how much warmer  Pender Harbour was, and how  little snow we get there in comparison to the rest of the Peninsula. The snow was a little deeper when we got to Sechelt, and  gCAMBTD at Pender it was well up over  o3Uli L.., our boots, if you please, more  GLAND than anywhere along the line!  My apologies to Sechelt and Gib-  m  DRY GOODS  HARDWARE  CHINA  ETC.  MURDOCK'S  Marine Supply  PENDER HARBOUR, B.C.  i?  This  advertisement  is  not  published  or   sons!  displayed by the Liquor Control Board or  by the Government ol British Columbia.      We   understand   Garden  Bay  ANNOUNCEMENT  WAKEFIELD COFFEE SHOP  NOW OPEN  Under new management.  Home Cooking and Baking  is featured by  .j.  Recently of New Brighton General Store  ��HI IIBMTTm  PENDER HARBOUR, B.C.  The  Old-Establ ished  General     Store  SUPPLYING  FAMILIES,  FISHERMEN AND  CAMPS  Latest   in   Novelties   and  Toys.  Fish Buyers  HOME GAS STATION  Mechanical Refrigeration  Fresh Deliveries on Hand  Always.  Steer for  Hassans' Landing  Midway South Shore  Red Cedar Yellow Cedar Fir  IN ALL DIMENSIONS  ROUGH - PLANED - SHIPLAP  We deliver anywhere on the Peninsula  BURNS & JACKSON SAWMILL  Phone Wilson Creek 15M-2 Wilson Creek      j  ^M^^^*dBva**PMni^UMVPV*%0^^M*PPPaiMM*^MaMp^^p|.v^Bi^^^*^an^MnW"MM��p*^0*0*i^H^^vB^^^M^^^WM^a��*_p-,  - ���'������������:'-   ;  I  THEY'RE HERE ��� ON TIME I  FOR THAT L_FET__V_E CHRSSTMAS  PRESENT  SEE THE NEW  THOR GLADIRON  $174.75 Fully Automatic.  .       At GIBSONS ELECTRIC  Or the  Newly Arrived .  G.E. WASHING MACHINE  At $149.50���Complete with pump.  Give your whole family a treat. Water in  abundance with an automatic  FAIRBANKS MORSE  Pump ���- Tank  GIBSONS ELECTRIC  Phone 45  "*-?*- '�����*' **- '..'.. ****.*���.*'���'?_.'�����*' -   V ILLACE    CE NTRE  COFFEE   SHOP  afnjflffiffi^  ranra  wmwm  VIUAGE MARKET  iT+nT  <mmmmatpF,  0  S'._.P?.Vto  1  LANG'S   DRUGS  n  coezhko  WH2WLJ&L3  SZHEZ1EIZ1  CI  SECHELT BAKERY  JJ  Tf  B2_312Z_li_2_=I  WUW   \WT2  *..���������� *.-*._. ��^.*f._. >____��._...?>..*?._?_���������>_���..��.��. .*���..��...:��.  lj^it:^i^'tx&^!^t*]*itiiir'!::i'f\  E3WE3  mm  ii���zwSriiriiM  ..... ... ������'���..'.TPP.Tf ���____.-.. ���p'pp-'-.  *-"-���������  "y-'Vfc'lr "i  PARKER'S -HARDWARE  eh  smfmSBEE&SSSBSSBSSSEBXSBEES  ssaHanasECEaaxE  Bx_2a_m___st_a  '����<>��> >-ii>s<��^^v<vooi)OMOe��aoru^.Ki>^^K��f       The Village Centre is the heart of Sechelt, containing the leading retail sto res and the public telephone and telegraph office.  .i$-&.;$_��i$.9i$.$.$i$i#.$i#i$.&^  $i$i$i..i&��i$i$i$i.)_;i$i$.$;��..^  E. 0, Harris  The  Villa  ���.  Two stores serving  the Peninsula  J  Sechelt  Real Estate    Insurance  Phones 63 or 31C  ar  s Draas  I BREAD  1      CAKES  I COOKIES 1  I Donuts   -   Buns i  S 1  I At the I  | Prescription Specialists ��|  I SECHELT GIBSONS f  I Phone 52 Phone 29 I  I I  SECHELT  _.*_  Hardware  A Complete Line  of . . .  General  Hardware  ���A  y  U  _ _*i  i

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