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 3       :"    - t V_/ V   1 k S V.t ! <   �� V-      j  5       LIBRARY      1  }  HARRY DAVEY, complete with  cigarette, was telling me about  the trouble he sometimes has  with wood while making cabinets for Dick Fitchett. Harry took  over on the work bench from  Walt Sicotte who is now staying  over from his holidays in Hearst,  Ontario. It seems Walt went  down . to the eastern province  firmly intending to return to the  land of the evergreen playground (who said that) but he  fell in love with Hearst and  there he  is now.  The Reader's. Digest recently  came out with this  one.  One of the single girls in our  office came in early one morning  and began passing out cigars and  candy, both with blue ribbons.  Somewhat puzzled and more  than a little surprised, we asked  the occasion. Proudly she displayed the solitaire on her,third  finger, left hand, and announced: "It's a boy ��� six feet tall  and 185 pounds,"  With apologies to O. Henry  we. go for  the following:  There once was a Gibsons family who lived a life of good and  looked after a grandmother who  was old and friendly and loved''  ; the Sechelt Peninsula. But, as  will happen to all of us, Grandma fell seriously ill and had to  have relief by means of an elixir  from Lang's Drugs which, because of some peculiar whim of  the owner had to be had from  only the Sechelt store of the  chain of stores which stretches  all of the 20 miles from Sechelt  to Gibsons. .  '' Nothing could be done by the  family except - send-- Graadad ��� out -  for the medicine. Nothing loth,  he would have been shot first if  he had been loth, Grandad hied  .himself out the vine covered  trellis gate and, turning as he  [rounded the corner at the 'Shell  ras Station, waved and vaiiish-  ;d into the winding trail which  leads to Sechelt.  The family sat by the fireside  (-Continued' on Page 8)  fines Follow  Liquor Charges  ROBERTS CREEK���Two youths,  ' George Francis Weal and Ron  iBlomgren, were each fined $10  and costs when they appeared  before Magistrate Sydney McKay, October 26, on a charge of  being in possession of liquor.  Arrests were the culmination  <of several complaints from residents made to the RCMP, that  some young. men of that area  have been seen lately in. possession of liquor.  Serving a Progressive and Growing  Area on B. C.'s Southern Coast.  Cover? Sechelt, Gibsons, Port Mellon, Woodfibre, Squamish, Irvines  Landing, Half Moon Bay, Hardy  Island, Pender Harbour, Wilson  Creek, Roberts Creek, Granthams  Landing, Egmont, Hopkins Landing.  Brackendale, Cheekeye, Selma Park,  etc.  BCTBJ-ISH33D BY THE COAST NEWS, IIMITED  Business Office: Gibsons, B.C. National Advertising" Office. Powell Kiver. B.C.  Vol 4 ��� No.^  Gibsons, B. C.  Monday,   November   6,   1950 5c per copy, $2.00 per year, by mail  Armistice Day Will  Be Marked fey Parade  REMEMBRANCE Day parade and services will be -held in Gibsons under auspices of Branch   109,  Saturday,  Nov.   11,  with services by Rev H. V. Oswald.   '  Members   of   the   Legion   and  Teddy Newman  Raffle Winner  SECHELT ��� Ten-year-old The-  adore Newman was the lucky  owner and envy of his friends  when he was named winner of  the hand-made, genuine leather  handbag during the raffle at the  Indian   Residential School.  Money raised by this means  will be used to buy more leather  for the classes in this popular  pastime. Winning bag was made  by Tommy Paul, already an artist at the job of handling lea-  therwork.  A second prize was won by  Russell Joe.  Ladies' Auxiliary will assemble  opposite School Hall 10:30 a.m.  and parade to the Legion Hall  for flag raising ceremony.  Church service within the hall  will follow, commencing with  two minutes silence in commemoration of those who died on  the battlefield of two  wars.  Last Post and Reveille will be  sounded followed by Invocation,  president's remarks, hymns,  Scripture reading, address, prayers and benediction. Address  will be given by  the padre.  The choir will lead jn the  singing, also rendering "What  Are They?"  All residents of Gibsons and  district are cordially invited to  attend these  services.  Frank Postlethwaite  In Vancouver Rites  y^ m Van  couver last week   of. Francis   Postlethwaite  (Frank)   and  Miss Edna" Arlene May.  Married in St Mary's Anglican Chruch, the ceremony was  performed by Rev Dudley Kemp.   :  The   bride  was  charming    in  ice blue satin gown with nylon  net and lily-point sleeves, her  gown ending in full train.  Her embroidered blue. net,  finger tip veil cascaded from a  pleated satin Juliet cap while  she carried baby chrysanthemums and   pink rosebuds.  Mrs J. Thibeau attended her  sister   as   matron   of   honor     in  Cumming Death  Was Accident  GIBSONS ��� Death by accidental drowning was the verdict  brought down by a coroner's  jury on the inquest following  the  finding of the body of Ro-     dawn pink taffeta with full skirt  bert Allan Cumming, 32, washed  up on the beach at Garden Bay,  October 9.  The jury, under Coroner Dr  D.; T. R. McColl added a laudit-  ory rider when they commended  Christopher William Reay for  his attempt to save the drowned  man by jumping fully clothed  into the broiling sea.  The body was found floating  in the water by Lloyd Davis,  hotel operator.  Kin Tigers Trounce  IPoweriul West Van  GIBSONS���"Kin Tigers" basketball team took off on a flying  f start when they trounced the highly touted West Vancou  ver team 44-17 in the first of an Inter B schedule.  This is probably the first time  in" the history of Gibsons  basketball that a local team has travelled into the comparative  big time and walked away with      : ��� -"���  such honors. The defeated team    buckets from Chuck Kane,   Bill  has been rated next to last year's    Pye and Wally Sandberg.  and off-the-shoulder neck line.  Miss Marion Bennett as bridesmaid was in fuschia embroidered  taffeta. Both attendants carried  nosegays.  The bride was given in marriage by her brother-in-law,  Dennis Thibeau. During signing  of the register Miss Audrey Fryer, an accomplished violinist,  played a solo.  Maurice Gerard was best man  and ushers were David Simpson  and James Postlethwaite.  Mr and Mrs Postlethwaite left  for a motor trip, and on their  return will reside in  Sechelt.  Lessen Quorum  GIBSONS���Roberts   Creek  school   will   probably  be   built   immediately at a cost of "definitely not more than $40,900."  Provided the expected  green  light on the  incentive contract basis is given by the Department of Education, work will  commence within two weeks following.   L.  O.   McCarter    Construction  Company of Vancouver will  handle the building, using "local  contractors and sub trades  wherever it is feasible."  It is believed local men will  get the preference on a day labor basis as well as the above  categories.  School Board -building committee, headed by A. E. Ritchey, and  aided by School Inspector C.  Frederickson and Architect Harold Cullern drew up the new  agreement which will use the  "target  contract"   basis.  Target contract or incentive  contracts are used in cases where  original open bids are too high.  The School Board, with approval from the Department of Education, may negotiate a deal on  the open market with any reliable,    competent  authority.  An outside figure is reached,  in this case approximately $38,-  000. the contractor works on a  progressive payment plan, without any cost in outlay or gambling insurance, but can claim 25  percent of any savings he makes  below  the  target  price.  The Board, provided the school  cannot be built for the $38,000,  has  the   authority  to  use up to  .J40?900v     _    ,....-. .  ...  A" 'School Board authority  pointed out the board has already assured itself the school  can be built for that sum but  there is a good chance that savings can be made through this  type of bargaining   contract.  School Inspector C. Frederick-  son, speaking for the Department of Education at a recent  school board meeting, suggested  approval of this type of plan  would be forthcoming from Victoria.  The McCarter Construction  Company were low bidders in  the recently opened, and turned  down, open estimates.  Water for the school was re-  centlv assured by Water Diviner  E. Clouse aided by a willow  wancl and the uniaue faculty of  "witching". School Board has not  as vet decided any course on this  important matter. It is expected  further developments will now  be speeded owing to the imminence  of  construction.  Cator Wins Pumpkin  GIBSONS ��� With a guess of 49  and a half pounds, B. M. Cator came closest to the actual  weight of the Kinsmen Pumpkin  (47 pounds three ounces).  Mr Cator won the target for  his   prize.  LANG  SANDS  Publisher of the Fraser Valley  Record, Mission City, who was  elected president of the Canadian Weekly Newspapers Association at the annual meeting  held in the Chateau Frontenac,  Quebec City, October 23-25.  His election to head the nation-wide-trade organization -of-  weekly newspapers is a distinct  honor to B.C. and is but the  fourth time in 31 years that the  office has fallen to a British Columbia rural publisher.  Mr Sands is a past president  of B.C. Division, CWNA and has  been a leader in the advancement of the provincial weekly  press for many years.  Much Help for  Unlucky Family  PENDER    HARBOUR   ���   This  community  has,   among   other  things, a soft heart.  Proof of this appeared during  a shower of homecraft and  equipment presented to Mr and  Mrs Pete Klein and family by  the Community Club.  Mrs Alice Haddock spoke of  the regard" in which the Klein  family is held in the area and  the spontaneous response of  Pender women when told of the  fire which destroyed the Klein  home and equipment.  Mrs Hazel Klein, in thanking  the ladies, spoke of her gratitude  at the amount and quality of the  gifts.  In Pender Club    Pender's Parade May  1 champions, Father J. Kilty's  CYO, in the' ratings.  !      The Tigers, for the  first time,  1 wore their gold and purple strip.  "It sure was good' to see these  \ boys  in action,"  said Father E.  ���' O'Dwyer, Tigers coach, following  the game. "They, were smart on  ' the ball and had far less errors  chalked against them than the  more experienced opponents.  Referees were strict and played  according to the rules laid down  by the B.C. Basketball Commission."   r  The Tigers led in the first  minute with a basket by Ron  Godfrey    followed    by    further  The second quarter saw Pye,  Godfrey and Nestman garner  further, points.  During the third canto, Captain J. Nestman and Co-Captain  Ron Godfrey added more points  with Pye and Kane also boosting their tojtals. During the final  session Howard Dean joined the  scorers. Mike Poole's basket was  disallowed.  Tiger lineup was as follows:  Jadkie Nestman and Ron ��� Godfrey, forwards; centre, Bill Pye,  and guards, , Chuck Kane and  Wally Sandberg; reserves, Noel  Poole, Mike Poole and Howard  Dean.  Coach and manager is Father  Ed O'Dwyer.  PENDER  HARBOUR���A   recent  meeting of the Pender Harbour Community Club has revealed a condition which will  have to be clarified at the next  general meeting, sometime this  month.  Executive members have been  having trouble getting a quorum. It will be suggested the required number be reduced from  the present 25 members in attendance to 15 for the future.  Members heard that $300 had  been paid, on the new .heating  equipment being installed by  Speck   Sheet Metal.  In order to allay rumors, a  complete statement of the club  will be published in a later issue  of this paper. Members decided  this course following, much misinformation now being distributed.  A nomination for officers  meeting will be held soon in  order that fishermen may be  able to attend.  Be   History's   First  'first  PENDER   HARBOUR���This  community   will   have   the  ever" Remembrance Parade on November 11.  Scene of the veteran parade will be the Community Hall,  Madeira   Park  at   11:30  a.m.   Services will   be conducted   by  Padre J. K. Williams, also a veteran.  According to organizing chair-      :���  man James Marsh, it is hoped to  have school children attend en  masse. Principal P. J. Thomas  will attempt to have the children attend voluntarily where a  non demoninational service will  be conducted.  Captain J. R. Jermaine will be  asked to officiate at the flag ceremony. It is also hoped to have  a representative from each of  the Army, Navy and Air Force,  attend in full uniform.  Len Hambly will be in control  at the piano while Mrs Dan  Cameron will  help with the re  freshments which are to follow.  Parade and service will be  sponsored by Canadian Legion  Branch 112. It is requested that  all veterans attend with either  poppies or medals or both. They  will line up outside the hall at  the appointed   hour.  30XAH3S  0 ��  VIHGXOI/ EDITOR, The News-  Sir: The Coast News is in error when it states that I was not  at the meeting to hear Mr H.  Howay give his interesting talk  . on taxes at the Sechelt Ratepayers'  Association.  Being there, I was surprised at  the lack of interest in the community as shown by the meagre  attendance. Mr Howay's statement that we can have a system  of lights and water by a vote  of the property owners has little  significance if past history is any  criterion.  The question of forming a village municipality has been  brought forward many times and  there has never been enough interest shown by the parties affected to warrant pushing 'the  matter any further. If it were at  all possible to form a village  municipality the street lights  and water would be. the first  consideration and also the matter of taxes would be in the  hands of the residents. It seems,  however, that these things are  not to be for quite a time. And  it is small wonder when you  note what a paltry few community minded turn out when  general  welfare is  at stake.  The recent auction sale by the  VON was a glaring instance  where a tremendous amount of  work was done by a willing few  and it seems that prominent  board members and residents of  Sechelt were conspicuous by  their absence, or were they at  the local show?  L.   S.  JACKSON.  Anglican Services  Sunday,   November  12,   1950.  Remembrance Day  Services.  St      Bartholomew's      Church,  Gibsons.  11   a.m.-���Sunday  School.  3:30  p.m.���Evensong.  St Hilda's Church,   Sechelt.  1:45  p.m.���Evensong.  1:45 p.m.���Sunday School.  St Aidan's Church, Roberts  Creek.  11  a.m.���Legion Service.  Members of Legion will parade to Church.  The Rev C. R. Harbord will  give the. address.  Dennis Lowe is  Junior Prexy  GIBSONS ��� Dennis  Lowe   was  installed as president of the  Canadian Legion Junior Branch  at the annual meeting held Monday in the Legion Hall.  Other officers are: vice-presi7  dent, Chester Day; secretary-  treasurer, Len Pilling, while the  executive is composed of Ron De  Marco, Bill Douglas, Dennis Tyson and Jack Cresswell.  Legion President Ernie Sergeant advised the young group  that a photography class would  be in the running for prizes at  the end of the semester. "It will  cost $103 to build a complete  dark room, according to Dunn  and Rundle, equipment wholesalers,"  said  Mr  Sergeant.  There is also a distinct possibility a radio class can be in operation provided ten boys between the^ ages of 15 and 17 enroll. If anv boys are interested  would they please get in touch  with either Chester Day or Dennis Lowe. Mr E. Lowe will be  instructor for this class.  Jack Lowden has offered his  services to the bugle band. He  aims on having at least two boys  ready for the playing of the Last  Post during Armistice Day.  D. M. Falconer was installed  as Club Supervisor, replacing  Ray Elliot, now teaching in  Burnaby.  Member   Canadian   Weekly   Newspapers Association   (B.C.   Division)  Authorized   as   Second   Class   Mail,  Post   Office   Department,   Ottawa  W. A. SUTHERLAND  Editor  and   Managing   Director  Published every   Monday   by  The  Coast  News  Limited  Rates of Subscription:  12 mos. $2;  6 mos. $1;  3 mos. 50c  United  States and   Foreign,  $2.50  per year.   ��  Editorial    Department,    Gibsons  .45  Telephones:  Commercial    Printing,    Gibsons    45  "  FOLLOWING is   a  guest  editorial    written    by  Commissioner Mrs E. Nestman at the request  of the Coast News. We believe the water situation will grow more important as the community  grows. We think a clarification of the Commission's views are important for guidance of ratepayers.  The past two years have been a very busy  time for the Water Department of Gibsons. During 1949 tapping of -the western springs source  project was undertaken. This included dam, cast-  iron pipe penstock and wash-out, construction  and approximately 3000 feet of two-inch galvanized pipe feeding into reservoir under head of  over 200 feet. Enlarging of the reservoir was also  undertaken increasing the holding of water to  present   capacity of 500,000 gallons.  This year saw the purchase of twenty acres,  present site of the reservoir, also main springs,  and a number of small sources as yet undeveloped. Tapping in to the reservoir of a separate  spring area will assure a good dry weather flow.  Lately fencing of main routes has been undertaken by which animals have been entering  the water area. Also clearing of timber around  reservoir.  Plans for the future at this time have not  yet been correlated, but new springs will definitely have to be tapped in to insure ample supply of water to supply newly amalgamated areas.  The proposed replacement of the Cannery road  pipe, which has been held up this year, is one of  the first things on the coming  agenda. This pipe  Give Them Room  WE WONDER if perhaps a clue  does not lie in  the fact the Kinsmen Tigers basketball team  won  its first "foreign" encounter against odds.  We are the first to admit the kids have a lot  of credit coming to them for this feat. But we  also have to admit to a certain amount of wonder.  In olden days, parents did the worrying and  the 'moulding' of their children, with remarkably  good results. We now have various groups spending their, full time busying themselves taking  over the prerogative of father and mother. They  approximately 2600 feet, is definitely in need of  replacement. Plans are to replace with a larger  main, to ensure greater supply of water to mains.  A long range program of water supply is in  the offing for whaj were districts 685, and 686,  and careful attention will have to be given to  ensure conditions will never repeat themselves  in the future. With some thoughtful planning, and  proper attention to expanding needs of the district, Gibsons water works could well be the  nucleous of a coming metropolitan water board  for the entire Peninsula. A community is only  as valuable as its water supply. We have been  very fortunate to have as water caretaker Wally  Graham, who has saved the Water Department  much time and money in his very conscientious  attention. At this time a word of gratitude certainly will not be out of order, and we have often  wondered if his work and time have been appreciated by. the many people in the district, who  would, without his attention to detail, have been  without water.    ����� ��� .     '  There is plenty of water, of this we are assured, but it will take time and much money.  And with costs mounting daily, ambitious as we  are, we can only spend what we'are allotted. So  far we have accomplished much without borrowing, in itself a commendable feat, but coming projects will certainly have to be financed. With  judicial planning, and a far-seeing programme,  we are sure of one of the finest water set-ups  in any area, and in the near future, even hope to  be able to help our neighbors.  now 'guide' the children.  The Tigers won their first battle without the  fond guidance of any group of kindly people. We  predict, alone, they will win more. .  Could it be we are being too 'guidy' and interfering with the progress of just growing?  Could it be we are softening our kids by too  much hothouse.  We have all seen flowers when subjected to  smothering kindness.  ffi&^^^$83ffi^l^$8*^lis^^i8��j$IS  .'.--r^*--; t  By   SHIRLEY  PINCHIN,  B.H.E.  FESTIVE  STEAMED  PUDDINGS  Now is the time to make your  puddings for the Holiday Season. Like Christmas cakes,  steamed puddings are -far richer  and more delightful if they are  allowed to mellow for a number  of weeks before they are ready  for your  festive table.  STEAMING  Pudding bowls, baking powder cans, coffee cans, or other  molds may be used for your puddings. The mold should be well  greased and filled to two-thirds  full with the pudding mixture.  Tight-fitting lids or several layers of waxed paper should be  used to cover the molds. Either  set the pudding dish in a perforated steamer or on a false bottom in a closely covered kettle  or roasting pan. The water in the  pan should not be deep enough  to boil up to the tops of the  molds, but at least half way up  the molds.  Cover the kettle tightly and  steam for the required length of  time. The water should boil  gently during the steaming process. Add more water fr^m time  to time as it boils  down.  Once you start steaming, make  sure that the water is always  boiling at the same level. If the  boiling stops, the resulting pudding may be heavy and indigestible.  PRESSURE   COOKING  The long time of steaming required for puddings in the past  can be greatly lessened by taking advantage of your pressure  cooker. It will take less than  one-half the time required in  the steamer to cook your puddings in the pressure cooker.  Place pudding batter in well-  greased molds just as for steaming, filling the molds to two-  thirds full.. Adjust the covers  and be sure to cover puddings  very well. Place the bowls on a  rack in the cooker. Put water in  the cooker about half the depth  of the molds. Put lid on cooker  and steam pudding with the pet-  cock OPEN for 30 minutes. Then  bring to 15 pounds pressure and  process about 50. minutes.  OLD-FASHIONED  PLUM   PUDDING  This is  the real  old-fashioned  plum pudding that is a must for  Christmas    dinner.     Hot,     rich,  fruit-filled   pudding so  delicious  ' and  traditional. -  1 1-pound loaf day-old bread  1 tablespoon salt  2 teaspoons cinnamon  Vz teaspoon allspice  Vz teaspoon cloves  Vz teaspoon mace  Vz teaspoon nutmeg  2 cups  scalded milk '  6 eggs,1 well-beaten  1 cup packed brown sugar  3 cups seeded   raisins  1 cup currants  1 cup dates,   chopped"  Vz cup candied cherries,  chopped  Vz cup sliced citron   peel  Vz cup  sliced  candied peels  % cup finely ground suet  1 tablespoon grated  orange  rind  Vz cup orange juice,   pineapple  or grape juice, or  Vi cup brandy  and  Vt cup fruit juice  Cut bread into very fine cubes.  Add salt and ' spices and cover  with scalded milk. Let stand for  ten minutes, then stir to break  up bread crumbs. Cool the mixture. *  Beat eggs and beat in sugar.  Add with other ingredients to  the bread mirture and spoon cr  pour into- well-greased molds of  two-quart capacity. Cover the  molds with lids, several thicknesses of waxed paper or aluminum foil and steam for 4Vz to  5 hours according to directions  for steaming. Makes 2 large puddings serving 10 to 12 persons  each.  HARD SAUCE  Hard sauce   is as much a tradition as the plum pudding with  which you serve it.  Vs cup butter  1 cup powdered sugar  1 teaspoon  vanilla,  lemon  or  brandy  Cream butter until very soft  and add sugar. Cream well. Add  flavoring and chill. Grated lemon rind or a dash of nutmeg may  also be used as flavorings.  STEAMED  CARROT   PUDDING  Almost   as  traditional    during  (Continued on Page 4)  BAZAAR  SELMA PARK COMMUNITY HALL  MONDAY, NOV. -13 ��� 2:30 P.M.  Novelties ��� Plain Sewing ������- Home Cooking  Fish Pond  Drawing  for Twin Travelling Set  Admission with Tea 25c  FOR SALE ��� .1. ONLY  NEW   AMBULANCE  Ideal for municipal hospital use, logging contractors and  industrial purposes. X  Fully equipped with siren, first aid equipment, swing-  away cot, dual air conditioning system, full complement  of tools and equipment.  $2,035 F.O.B. Vancouver  (Plus Sales Tax and Licence)  Terms and Trade Accepted  MacLEAN  MOTORS   (B.C.)   LTD.  95 Kingsway, Vancouver, B.C. Phone FAirmont 9200  ROBERTS CREEK  By M. M.  FRIENDS of Mrs Jero Stefana  (nee Gloria Forst) former resident of Roberts Creek, will be  interested to hear that she now  has a beautiful little daughter,  Gloria Maryan, born on October  12.  Another former resident of the  Creek, Mrs Ira Olsen, had a visit from the stork on Sunday, October 22, a daughter this time.  Mr and Mrs Mark Elsdon have  returned to their home from > the  city, Mr Elsdon is recovering  from   his recent illness.  Local residents in town last  week in connection with the-arson trial were Miss Vivian  Klein, Mr ane. Mrs J. E. Barnes,  Mr George Gray, and Miss Ray-  mer.  Mr and   Mrs  Harold Tibb are,  spending a few days in Vancou- 's  ver. Mr A. Funnell is operating  the store  during their absence.  Mrs Vivian Klein has just re-.,  ceived word that her nephew J  Frank Mooney, is coming to J  Vancouver to play junior rugby j  with   the Calgary Mustangs.       J  Funeral services'* for the late  Mr W. Cane, victim of the recent,  logging accident at Halfmoon  Bay, were held at St Aidan's  Church. Canadian Legion Branch  219 were in charge of arranged,  ments. Interment was in the  cemetery  at Gibsons.  Do not forget .the sale of work  and home cooking arranged by  the Women's Auxiliary to St  Aidan's Church on Friday, November '17. This annual event  will be"-held at the Kewpie  1 Kamp from 2 p.m. to 4. Afternoon tea will be served, and!  there will be many attractive ar-J  tides suitable for Christmas giftsj  for sale.  Mr ahd Mrs Colin . McLean]  have returned to their home off  Beach' Avenue from the city.  Mrs  W.  Cane   and  family ar|  moving to Calgary this week.  Many' residents   of the   Creejj  r are perhaps not aware of an ui  usual visitor to t.he Creek on Oc  tober 19. A helicopter belongin]  to  the  Aluminum   Company  Jervis Inlet got stranded  durii  a bad storm and spent the nigl  sitting   in  Coles'  field    on    tl  Lower, road   just  opposite   Billj  Roberts home.   We have not y^  been able to find out just wh?  happened to   the crew,   whethe  they spent   the night   sitting  in the helicopter, or whether tl  neighbors gave them shelter,  know this news is going to caus  great  grief among   the   younge  residents   of the  Creek,  at leas  those who missed a  rare oppo^  tunity to see a helicopter at clos  quarters.  An old   time resident of. Rol  erts  Creek  passed   away  in hi|  sleep   Monday   evening.   Mr  Code who  has been   a residerjj  of  this   district  since   1914.  Code was- over '80 years of af  and  lived  alone  on  the   Lowe  Road.    Early    Tuesday mornin]  neighbors   went  to   call  on  hii  after noticing that    there     haij  been  no   smoke   coming   out  the chimney,  and found him _j  his bed.  There will be  a grave  side service at Gibsons, cemeterj  on Wednesday, Nov.   1.  Preparations for the children^  concert in December    are    we|  away. Tentative date is Dec 21  at   the   Community   Hall.     Firs  part of   the program will   be  musical   version   of   "There   w��  an  old  woman who lived  in  shoe".  While the second portior  will be devoted to a performance  of    the    musical    fantasy    "Thd  Spirit' of the   Year". The choruj  is under the direction of Mrs  Newton.     Dances    will >be  perl  formed by members of the clas_[  started by Miss Anne Jervis lasi  year. Costumesl and staging wil}  be very attractive, and a  recorc  crowd  is expected.  A farmer and a city man were]  walking down  a street together  They   saw   approaching  them  girl just out of the  beauty par-|  lor ��� tinted hair, scarlet finger-  ��� nails,  very heavy   make-up   anc  gaudy lipstick.  "Well,   what   do you think of  that?." asked the city man.  The   farmer   looked . the   girrf  over   thoroughly    and   then   observed: "Speaking as a farmer, $1  should   say   it   must  have   beenf  very poor soil to require so mucl  top-dressing."  \_ By E. NESTMAN  MRS SAM ARMOUR, Mrs  Rhodes and Miss Sue Armour  have left for two-months' holiday in Waco, Texas. Meeting relations, and friends, a giant family reunion is planned. Wilf  Nestman down for ten-days' holiday.  Home for the week-end Claire  Veitch and Pat Edwardson.  A.way for holidaysv Neil Sutherland, one of "Our Bank's" employees, expects to go as far as  Windsor,  Ont.  Away for a holiday for a couple of weeks, Mrs Wardil, hoping  the change may benefit her, certainly hope it does for her sake.  Mrs Frank Wheeler had her  baby girl Sunday morning, after  that very very long stay in Pen-  3er Hospital, at least it seemed  that way to her. Everyone fine,  and we'd like to add our congratulations to all the rest (Stepping into "Aries" territory, but  snow she won't object, as Josie  s a friend of mine).  Wilf Gray away on two-weeks'  vacation.  We'd like to welcome into our  Village our neighbors . from 685  md 686. After a long and bitter  .attle,   they   have    finally   been  included into Gibsons. From now  for the betterment of the whole  area. There is much to be done,  and a long road ahead for planning, will take lots of patience  and co-operation, it's time now  to bury all differences, and work  for one object, a bigger and better Gibsons.  Deploring the fact that a place  of such size has no hotel, newcomers to our district staying in  the apartment of Mrs Milligan,  are amazed that such accommodations are lacking. Mr and Mrs  Wiles, very taken with our fine  set-up here, feel there is also a  great deal lacking, that we  should have. Also last week folks  that I had known in Vancouver,  landing here at night in their  own boat, contacted me for place  to stay, I located them a spot,  but that is only a couple of people, who needing accommodation feel that the place needs a  hotel. Wonder what the solution  is, and where do we go from  here??  Well folks am going to slip  away for a couple of days, I  hope, and will tell you all about  it, if, and when, I get back.  There seems a million things to  do before one can get away, I.  am firmly convinced only thing  to do now, is put on my hat, and  walk out, leave everything as is,  and worry about it all when I  get back, and by golly that's just  what I am .doing. Be seeing you.  CONGRATULATIONS  Claqton's Grocery  We, who supplied materials that built your  modern store  Are glad you too have faith in our community  i  May You Prosper Long  Sechelt Building Supplies  (&f em &$��' <&%di&m  DOUBLE DISTILL  You'll enjoy the mature perfection for which this famous  Canadian Rye Whisky has  traditionally heen noted ... a  perfection recognized hy the  people of B.C. who appre  ciate the full-bodied flav  our and mellow richness  of B.C. Double Distilled.  THE  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  DISTILLERY  CO.  LTD.  NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor  Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  Popular Choir  Gives Concert  GIBSONS  ���  St   Bartholomew's'  Choir struck the right note  when it gave a concert of sacred  music, October 29.  Among numbers rendered by  the popular vocal group were,  "Come Holy Ghost", "Lift Up  Your Heads", "The King of  Love", "O Lovely Peace". Solos  included "Father of Heaven  Whose Love Profound", "Bless  This House" and "For all the  Saints".  Following the concert there  were many comments on the  fine quality and professional  production.  The choir hopes to put on another Sacred Concert of Carols  and Christmas Music, sometime  in December.  THE COAST NEWS, Monday, November 6, 1950  REROOF    WITH  ..***"***  %ndo^%  Matured  and  Bottled  England  a  a  _  1  Tl  0  Al  i  w  y*..  M^^SJh  ^ftW  hM  ���*fmhr*  8  ROYAL NAVY  DEMERARA    RUM  This advertisement is not published or displayed  by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  4%e  Per square foot  2" thick  Keeps   heat   in   the  house  HAND  POURING  WOOL  i'tf% pour rr our-  ^^i��kbirtsveu  Gibsons Building Supplies  PHONE GIBSONS 53  me  RIGHT  FOODS  T08UY-  rt-n  "AT THE  A  \\  RIGHT  PRICES  TO PAY  m  AT   NEWLY   OPENED  CLAYTON'S GROCERY  Cash and Carry Savings are Passed on to You  COMPLETE RANGE OF GROCERIES  BACON AND SMOKED MEATS  FRUIT AND VEGETABLES  SELF  SERVE  CLAYTON'S GROCERY  SECHELT  HIGHEST GRADE  PHONE 15M2  WILSON CREEK 4 THE COAST NEWS, Monday, November 6, 1950  MORE ABOUT . . .  Cook's Corner  Continued from Editorial Page  the Christmas season is carrot  pudding. This is a wonderful  dessert any time during the  "winter  months.  1 cup grated carrot  1 cup grated apple  1 cup ground suet  1 cup sugar  1 cup flour  2 cups   raisins  1 teaspoon soda  1 teaspoon salt  1 teaspoon nutmeg  1 teaspoon cinnamon  Vz teaspoon cloves  1 cup chopped nuts  Sift dry ingredients together  and blend with grated carrot  and apple. Fill well-greased pudding molds two-thirds full and  cover tightly. Steam small molds  three hours and larger ones four  to five hours. Wnen cooked, un-  mold and cool. If wrapped in  waxed paper and stored in a  cool, dry place, these puddings  should  keep  indefinitely. <���  MARMALADE  PUDDING  This steamed pudding has  long been a favorite of mine. If  you have never tried it, you  have a treat in store for you.  We Lead the Harbour  with  Dry Goods,  China,  New, fresh supplies.  A complete stock of  kitchen and home  essentials  t  MURDOCH'S  MARINE SUPPLY  Pender Harbour, B.C.  9  Hassans  PENDER HARBOUR, B.C.  The   Old-Established  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  alwc��y4  ^��ut  ROYAL NAVY  DEMERARA    RU  This advertisement is not published or displayed  by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  5 cups fine bread crumbs  2 cups  finely ground suet  2 oranges,  grated rind and  juice  Vz cup sugar  2 cups   orange marmalade  1 teaspoon  soda  3 eggs, beaten  Mix bread crumbs ��� with suet  and let stand. Cook together the  grated rind, orange juice and  marmalade. Simmer over low  heat for" 15 minutes. Add soda  to beaten eggs. Mix into pudding  mixture and pour into well-  greased molds. Cover tightly  and steam for 2>Vz   hours.  CRANBERRY PUDDING  This   is   a   lovely    dessert.     I  know you will want to serve it  several times during  the  winter.  Vz cup shortening '  2 cups sugar  2 eggs,  slightly  beaten  ZVz cups flour  4 teaspoons baking   powder  Vz teaspoon salt  Vz cup milk  Wz cups   cranberries  Cream shortening together  with sugar. Add beaten eggs.  Then add sifted dry ingredients  alternately with milk. . Stir in  cranberries. Pour into greased  molds, cover and steam for three  hours for large molds and two  hours for smaller molds. One  hour is sufficient if individual  molds are used.  ECONOMY PLUM PUDDING  This is a delightful pudding  made with mincemeat and given  added flavor by a little strong  coffee.  2 cups mincemeat  Vz cup   water  % cup strong coffee  2 tablespoons shortening  Vz cup brown sugar  2 eggs  Wz cups  soft  bread crumbs  1 teaspoon  baking   powder  1 teaspoon  cinnamon  Vi teaspoon cloves  Vi teaspoon nutmeg  1 cup seeded raisins  Add water to mincemeat, cook  slowly, stirring constantly for  about three minutes or until liquid is evaporated. Add coffee  and cool.  Cream together shortening  and sugar. .Beat eggs slightly  and add to mixture. Add crumbs,  baking powder, spices and raisins. Fold in mincemeat. Fill  grease'd molds two-thirds full,  cover and  steam 1 Vz   hours.  The sauce will make the pudding. In addition to the Hard'  Sauce that is printed above,  there are several other pudding  sauces that are also traditional  and are preferred by many families. Here are two of these pudding sauces.  FOAMY SAUCE  2 egg yolks,' or 1 whole egg  1 cup   powdered  sugar  Vz pint whipping  cream  1 teaspoon vanilla or other  flavoring  Whip cream, beat egg and fold  together. Add sugar and flavoring. Serve immediately.  LEMON SAUCE  Vz cup sugar  1 tablespoon  cornstarch  1 cup boiling water  2 tablespoons butter  Vi cup  lemon juice  1 teaspoon  grated  lemon  rind  Dash nutmeg  Mix sugar and cornstarch. Add  boiling water slowly and stir until smooth. Cook over low heat,  stirring, until thick and clear.  Add other ingredients and serve  hot.  The Library of Parliament in  Ottawa contains 600,000 volumes.  The Library was the only part of  the legislative buildings not destroyed  in  the   1916  fire.  At the beginning of 1950 investments in Canada by non-residents totalled $7,977 million  compared to $6,913 million in  1939.  ��?r  Royal  IK SU RANGE/  fcOMPAN*/  Wm. HcFaifden  Optometrist  GIBSONS  PHONE GIBSONS 91  Office Hours:  9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Evenings  by  Appointment  Every  day except Thursday  Why  go  to  Vancouver for  Optical Service?  In the interest of clarification and for the purpose of  laying bogies which sometimes arise to bother us, we  would like to point out. X  1. By buying your electrical appliances in Vancouver you save nothing. Costs are the same in our store as  they are in the city.  2. By buying in Vancouver you cannot buy better  than either Fairbanks Morse, Northern Electric or General Electric appliances. There are just no better made.  Prices are exactly the same here.  3. By buying in Vancouver and taking your product home, you run two risks. Your product may be  damaged in transit. That is then your trouble. When  your G.E. refrigerator, Silex Iron, Fairbanks Morse  pumps or any Northern Electric appliance needs repairing or service or just ordinary checking, these services cost you the ordinary run of costs which, as you all  know, just adds to your initial cost.  4. By buying your appliance in Vancouver you,  deny yourselves service goodwill that goes with every  electrical appliance or house wiring job that goes from  without our doors.  5. Sure, we will willingly and expertly repair your  electrical breakage and check your troubles for you,  irrespective of your buying from us or not. But why not  put us on the spot for these minor free repairs that  actually, without our expert service, costs you so much  when you have bought your appliance from Vancouver  or a store without the service backing which we  guarantee?  6. By buying your electrical  appliance  elsewhere  but here you are actually increasing your cost. This is  not an advertising "line". Stop and consider what we  have. said. You can see then that our service guarantee,,  is not something you can dismiss with a shrug.  If you are interested in saying money with the best in  appliances and backed by our reputation for service,  then call in'and discuss your buying with us.  "Where Neither Price or Service Shocks You"  GIBSONS ELECTRIC  GIBSONS 45  Use "News" Ad-Briefs To Sell Buy, Rent  W. P. PIEPER  IRVINE'S   LANDING  PENDER HARBOUR,  B.C.  Sound Ptotection  AGENT  INSURANCE  WE HAVE  REPRESENTED THIS COMPANY FOR OVER 50 YEARS  Pinna EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY  Logging Trucks and Trailers  Excavating Shovels Moving Vans  All Building Materials  R. M. INGLIS '��� GIBSONS AGENT  Phone Gibsons 50  CHAMPION & WHITE LTD.  1075 MAIN STREET  PA. 6539 Vancouver PA. 9171-2  ^^nt^a^^i  Business and Professional  DIRECTORY  Pleose Clip this Directory Out and Hang By Your Phone  For Reference  BEER BOTTLES PLUMBING  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  Plumbing and Electrical  Supplies, Fixtures  Service  Sechelt Building Supplies  Phone 60  CAMERA SERVICE  PLUMBING and HEATING  FREE CAMERA SERVICE  Buying  a  better camera   or  other  photo  equipment?  Your professional   photographer   will  gladly  advise  you. Call,   phone or visit C.  G.  Ballentine,    Bal's  Block,  Gibsons.   Residential   phone,  Granthams 79W.  SUNSET HARDWARE  GIBSONS  Registered Plumbers  PLUMBING  Sales   and   Contracting  REAL ESTATE  ELECTRICAL WORK  Reliable Electrical Repairs  Appliances,  Fixtures, Radios  Washing Machines  Everything  Electrical.  G.E. Dealer  GIBSONS ELECTRIC  Phone 4'5  Special^t.,iiL;,poa^^6Rer^  Consolidated Brokers Ltd.  Gulf Coast Office  >        Sechelt  Phone 37  FLORIST  Flowers for all occasions.  We are  agents for large  Vancouver  florists.  Fast  service for weddings  and* funerals.  JACK MAYNE  Phone Sechelt 24 or write  P.O.  Box  28.  JOHN     COLERIDGE  AGENCIES  Gibsons   and District's  Only  Full  Time  Real Estate  Agent  Phone Gibsons 37  TYPEWRITERS  GARBAGE DISPOSAL  I     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  GIFT STORE  Typewriter Sales and  Service  Agent for Remington  For Fast, Accurate Service  see  COLIN WINGRAVE  Gibsons.  B.C.  TAXI  PENINSULA CABS  24-Hour Service  2 Phones ��� 2 Cabs  WILSON CREEK and  SELMA PARK  Phone   Sechelt  66  Headquarters for Wool,  Notions,  Cards, Toys,  Miscellaneous Gifts  Gibsons 5-10-15. Store  Left of Post  Office  Gibsons, B.C.  TAXI   SIR?  call  Bill  Hunter  Sechelt  48  TRANSFER-TRUCKERS  MACHINISTS  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  Mobilized Welding  Welding   anywhere���anytime  Expert Tradesmen  Precision Machinists  ?hone 54 Res. 78  HANSEN TRANSFER  GENERAL CARTAGE  Phone Sechelt  28  Sechelt, B.C.  PLUMBING-HARDWARE  Hardware, Plumbing Supplies  Heating Necessities  "Serving the Peninsula"  Marshall's  Hardware  Phone Gibson���33  The Acoustical society decides  that the horn on the American  car^ is too loud and should be redesigned. For the job costing $3,-  700 or so, something like a well-  bred sneer  should suffice.  Canada has diplomatic or consular representations in 35 countries.  Murdoch's Landing  By MYNER  MR AND Mrs Art Cherry have  had their daughter Karel visiting them from Vancouver. Little Patsy Sladey has been a  guest of her grandparents, Mr  and Mrs Royal Murdock while  her parents made a hurried trip  to  Vancouver.  Most of the ladies from around  this area have been busy making  things for the St Mary's Hospital WA,bazaar. It has given us all  a chance to get together, also to  create something for the common good.  Mrs Sarah Wray is steadily  improving and is anxiously  awaiting the day when the doctor will tell her she is strong  enough to come home.  The MV Murpak has added a  good cook to its crew ��� according to the boys, Laurie Wray is  fair with the skillet.  THE COAST NEWS, Monday, November 6, 1950  5  SELMA PARK  By M. S.  UP HERE for a short visit from  Vancouver was Mrs B. Norris.  The H. Neal family and Anne  have left to take over the Seymour Ski Lodge.  Fred Willows, one time store  owner here, slipped back to the  old haunts in order to pick up  his family and carry them away  to Dewdney where they will  dwell.  Mr and Mrs Syd McKay are  taking a short rest in Vancouver.  Mr and Mrs Al Home and  family arrived for a visit from  Abbotsford.  We- hope Mrs Ken Woods is  feeling better. She was a patient for a time in Pender Hospital.  BOWEN ISLAND  By PEARL PUNNETT  MR AND Mrs Don Waterson re-  turned recently from a trip to  XPSIIandr Oregon.:' "*'    X :"'  Congratulations to Mr and Mrs  Billy James on the birth of a  granddaughter, born on October  22nd, in Vancouver General Hospital, to their only daughter  (Peggy) Mrs A. Taylor of Abbotsford, a little sister for Penny  and Susan.  Mrs T. Fougberg of Pemberton  spent, last week-end with her  parents, Mr and Mrs James Collins.  A Halloween party was. held  at the school on Friday, October  24. The children had lots of fun  and in spite of the wet afternoon, a fair sized gathering was  there. Delicious refreshments  were served before the party  ended.  Mrs James Collins took a trip  to Pemberton Meadows to visit  her daughters and their families.  vinnMaauBWBmi  SECHELT BAKERY  A complete line of fine pastry  'Support Home Industry" as we help support it  Wholesale Delivery  :_.//  THE HOME FORUM  discusses the exciting plays  during the HOME HOCKEY  broadcasts each Friday night  at 9:00 o'clock on .. .  For All The News . . . Read The "News'  C-43  &*&!#^  LAY    AWAY   PLAN  Hove Your Christmas Photographs Taken  Now  Before the Rush  3  DOWN  We will hold for your pleasure  It's easy and economical to give the most cherished  gift of all.  For Appointments Phone or Write  C. G. BALLENTINE  PHOTOGRAPHER  Bal's Block Gibsons Res. Phone 79W  Say You Saw It In The "News"  (fihc ��oast N��ujs  CLASSIFIED  ADVERTISING  3 Lines (15 words) for 35c 3 Insertions (same ad) 75c  Extra words, above 15-wor.d min:, 2c each.   Cash with order.  Notices, Engagements, Marriages, Deaths, etc., 75c Insertion  LITTLE ADS ...  BIG RESULTS  wRftwmmtmw  FOR SALE:  CANVAS   gloves,   30c-75c.   Boys'  heavy    wool    socks,    8V2-9V2.  English felt slippers.  Anderson's  Shoes, Gibsons. 2805-1  COMPLETE    household     effects.  Apply   Hux   Marshall,   Sechelt  Highway,  Gibsons. 2805-1  FOR SALE���Walnuts, fifty cents  lb.  Hubbard squash, six  cents  lb.  Geo.  Cherman. 2804-2  COMPLETE cafe or camp oil  range with double oven, $150.  Complete domestic furnace for  full sized home. Coal and wood  burning, $75. Mariner Cafe, Gibsons. . 2802-1  ONE SECOND  hand  oil  heater,  model  2010, $75.00; one single  bed complete, $15.00. H. G. Findlay, Davis Bay. 3  ENGLISH concertina by Wheat-  stone of London, 56 keys, leather case, perfect condition,   $50  cash.  PIANO   accordion   (soprano)   120  bass.    Two    switches,    perfect  condition.   Case   and   instruction  book, $200:  COLT REVOLVER (registered)  .32 calibre. Leather holster,  perfect condition, $35 cash.  For any of the above, apply F.  Thomas, Beach Ave., R.R.1, Gibsons, B.C.  WANTED: :  A   STAMP   collection.     Box   12.  Coast News. 2801-1  VIOLIN ��� cheap for cash. Box  13, Coast News. 2803-1  MAN WITH power saw to buck  fallen trees. State price. Apply to F. Stride, 1604 E. 13th Ave,  Vancouver. Phone FAir. 2261Y,  reverse charge. 2803-1  PERSONAL���  UNWANTED HAIR  Eradicated from any part of the  body with Saca-Pelo, a remarkable discovery of the age. Saca-  Pelo contains no harmful  ingredients, and will destroy the  hair root.  LOR-BEER LABORATORIES  679 Granville Street  Vancouver. B.C.  TOWING and freighting. W. Ny-  gren, phone Gibsons 86W.  2890-tfn  FOR RENT:  NEW 3-ROOMED modern house,  conveniently located.   Apply W.  A. Youngson, Sechelt, B.C.  2893-tfn  SECHELT   cottage.   Modern,   immediate possession,   full plumbing and electrical facilities, furnished.   Apply Wilson Creek 21Q.  2801-1  LEGAL:  LAND ACT  NOTICE of Intention to apply to  lease Land in Land Recording  District of Vancouver and situate at Egmont, B.C., in Sechelt  Inlet, near the Skookumchuck  > Narrows.  Take notice that the Egmont  Consumer Co-operative Association of Egmont, occupation Consumer Co-operative, intends to  apply for a lease of the following  described  lands:  Commencing at a post planted  at the S.W. corner of Lot 5940  thence S. 85�� 59' E. 550.8 ft.;  thence N. 80�� 00' 400 ft.; thence  N. 26�� 30' E. 270 ft.; thence S.  88�� 30' W. 360 ft. to H.W.M. (60'  from the Gov't, wharf) thence  southerly and westerly along the  H.W.M. to the point of commencement, and containing 2.74  acres, more or less, for the purpose of a fish buying camp and  boat anchorage (grazing, oyster-  culture, etc., as the case may be).  Egmont Consumer Co-operative  Association.  PERCY  ROBERT   CROWE-  SWORDS, agent.  DATED October 3rd. 1950.  LEGAL:  Municipal Voters List, Village of  Gibsons   Landing  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that I have posted copies of the Voters' List  for the Village of Gibsons Landing at the Post Office and at the  Municipal Hall. A COURT OF  REVISION to revise and correct  the said Voters List will be held  at the Municipal Hall, Gibsons  Landing, on the Fifteenth day of  November, 1950, at ten o'clock  in the forenoon.  ROBERT   BURNS,  Clerk. THE COAST NEWS, Monday, November 6, 1950  EVERY day, every office of the Bank of Montreal handles  hundreds and thousands of cheques. Some cover business  transactions of millions of dollars, others are sued to settle  personal accounts of just a dollar or two. All over the country,  people in every walk of life find it convenient to carry a B of M  cheque book.  When you pay your bills by cheque, you avoid the time-  wasting round of stores or offices. The stubs give you an exact  record of how much you've spent, and your cashed and cancelled cheques, which your bank will return on request, serve  as your receipts.  It's safer, too. If you have the misfortune to lose bills or  coin, you may or may not find your money again. But you  can't lose the money in your B of M account, and no cheque is  worth a cent until you have signed it.  Tom Larson, manager of the Bank of Montreal branch at  Gibsons, cordially invite you to open an account at his office  Try out for yourself the merits of a B of M chequing account.  Advt.  PENDER HARBOUR  By "SARAL"  GEORGE Brown arrived back in  the Harbour following a three-  month fishing season spent in  Rivers Inlet. We believe the Var-  holm, skipper E- Warnock and  Stan Alma's seiner arrived from  Viner Sound. All the fleet will  be home soon from the west  coast of Vancouver Island.  Several fishermen, still apparently believing in daylight saving, are ruefully inspecting depleted pocketbooks following the  dipping of the arm from the law.  Mr and Mrs S. Davis, Bobby  and Diane made a hurried trip  to Vancouver aboard the Lucky  Strike. Also visiting in Vancouver were Mr and Mrs J. Con-  nell.  Mr and Mrs Thorne Duncan  took   a   week-end  trip   to  town  aboard their boat. Among other  travellers have, been Mrs J. Haddock, Mrs Don Cameron and  Dale, Mr Pete Klein, Mrs N.  Pruden and we hear Bruce In-  rig is back with  a bang.  I hear our very popular sales  promoter Mac MacCallum, while  on his way to the dance, had .a  car mishap and slight fire. He  seemed OK when he arrived at  the "do" so, probably everything  was fine.  A very enjoyable dance was  held in the Community Hall by  the P-TA, music by Jorgenson's  and Alice Haddock, tasty eats,  good weather and a happy crowd  made up a grand evening. .  Between 1901 and 1949 the  mileage of railroads in operation  in. Canada increased from 18,140  to 44,300.  GIBSONS SECOND HAND STORE  We have a  complete  stock of  goods.   From our wide  range of heaters and stoves, you may well find the answer to heating problems.  We pay cash for second  hand  goods.  Top prices  are  assured  Our many Indian baskets have been price slashed to 50  per cent of original. These can answer your Christmas  gift question.  PHONE GIBSONS 99  ��� ������III  Cold operation tests under rigid controls were      between major overhauls due to lubrication.  used to simulate stop-and-go driving conditions, the most brutal kind a motor meets.  These tests showed that no motor oil gives  you better protection than New RPM Motor  Oil. Compared with conventional motor oils,*  it doubles the life of average auto engines  It cuts in half the wear-rate of critical engine  parts. It doubles protection against gummy  carbon, acid, corrosion, rust and varnish .  maintains the low-oil-consumption life of the  average engine twice as long. Sold with a  money-back guarantee of satisfaction.   -  * "Premium Type" oils designated by the American Petroleum Institute.  We tak�� better care nf your car il f:  Atom Hits Here  DEVELOPMENT of a new motor oil perfected by use of  radio-isotopes produced by the  Atomic Energy Commission was  announced recently by Standard  Oil Company of British Columbia Limited.  The new oil will be marketed  immediately, Standard said, replacing the company's present  premium-type RPM lubricant.  In an extensive advertising program announcing the new oil,  the company states that compared with conventional oils it�� will  cut' wear-rate of critical engine  parts in half, and double the  low-oil-consumption life of the  average automobile engine.  Research engineers who developed this new lubricant used  a revolutionary test method  which employs radio-active piston rings in test engines. With a  Geiger Counter attached to the  test .engine, they were able to  maintain a constant check on the  amount of wear on vital engine  parts as it actually occurred under the most severe driving conditions. Thus, the research engineers were able to test many  types of oil in a relatively short  time, and more closely determine  which was doing the best lubricating job. In addition, tests  were completed in a matter of  hours, instead of the weeks required to do this research by  other   methods.  Among other features of Standard's new motor oil is increased  compounding which is said to  double protection against formation of carbon deposits, acid,  corrosion and varnish.  Reg Jackson, Standard's Agent  for the Peninsula, who attended  the meeting at Vancouver, reports that addresses were also  made by Ralph D. Baker, president, and E. A. Bence, manager  of marketing.  '  Working Men's Meals  WE SPECIALIZE IN GOOD FOOD  Parties Catered For  Reasonable ��� Comfortable  Large Private Dining Room  Our Delicatessen is Complete  OPEN EVERY DAY ��� ALL DAY  Sectielf Tea Room  Hibsons High News  By MAUREEN ROSS  GIBSONS   High boys   saved the  day for the school when they  played the Indian. Residential  School and the girls played Sechelt School on the soccer field.  The girls lost the game 2-0 but  the boys eased out a 1-0 win  over the tough, game Indian  ���boys. The cocoa and tea that  were served at the Jndian School  was a nice gesture. Our boys are  planning something along the  same line when the Indians  come  down here to play.  Our girls' basketball team  must play very hard, according  to the bruises and scratches the  players were sporting following  the practise last Tuesday.  "Day's Knights" did it again  when the girls of that house defeated the "Goslings" in a volleyball game. The girls seem to  like the volleyball just a shade  more than do the boys, according to the turnouts.  Casts for the school plays are  starting once again. The first  casts to play in the first plays  have already been picked by Directors Mrs McKay, Mrs Newman, Mrs Davies and Mrs  Knight. Rehearsals will start immediately   the  plays   arrive.  Roberts . Creek Teen Town  held a very successful dance on  October 20. The elimination  dance was won by Celia Flumerfelt and her partner Dennis  Lowe while Grace 'Gooch' Grey  and her partner Gerald Berthlet  THE GOAST NEWS, Monday, November 6, 1950  7  Halloween was  Successful One  SECHELT ��� Fairies, witches  and ghostly characters roamed  the Peninsula on Halloween and  were royally treated by Kinsmen  and P-TA groups from Pender to  Gibsons.  Halfmoon Bay, without a P-  TA, were lucky in having ladies  join together under Mrs Cecil  Chamberlain in order to supply  a complete party for the youngsters.  Among winners at the gathering in the Marianne Hall were  Alex Skytte, Alan Sinclair, and  Billy Terapoki. Girl winners included Susan Schaldimous, Donna Lee, Shirley Limpensel and a  special to  tiny Bonny Stewart.  Daryl Smith, Walter Nelson  and Sylvia Gee were the win-  took the spot dance prizes.  Gibsons Teen Town has a  Sadie Hawkins dance planned  for the 4th. The girls had better  get in practise as the boys do  not figure to stay long in the  one place.  Roberts Creek Teen Town had  a very successful and pleasant  meeting in the home of the new  advisors, Mr and Mrs R. Cummings. This Teen Town has a  dance planned for November 17  and a few games will also be included, so the evening will have  something   for everyone.  ners in the over eight years  group.  At Roberts Creek, Susan Butler and Wendy Hillier walked  away with the pre-school prizes  while other prizes went to  Randy Hanson, Donna Dambra,  Sharon Gray, Barry .Reeves, Robert Hillier, Bryan Wallace, Elsie Blomgren, Margaret Havens,  Marylin Cole, Edward Campbell,  Tommy Kennedy, and Brian  Rusk.  Collection winners included  Paul Foulkes, Joan Wallace and  Wilson Anderson.  Kin Chairman Reg Godfrey  announces winners in the ticket  selling contest will be announced later. It is believed, at the  time of going to press, that the  bicycle will be going to the  north   end of the Peninsula.  COAL  Order Your Winter's Supply Now  All Types and Sizes  New Low Prices  R. M. INGLIS  PHONE GIBSONS 50  Ben Backstay zoas a boatswain,  A very jolly boy,  No lad than he more merrily  Could pipe all hands ahoy.  For over a century Lamb's Navy has  been the call of those who know  good rum. Smooth and mellow, it is  matured, blended and bottled in  Britain of the finest Demerara Rums.  Lamb's Navy Rum  This advertisement is not published or  displayed by the Liquor Control Board or  by the Government of British Columbia.  " An old sea shanty  1949 FORD DELUXE SEDAN:  New paint job. Heater and defroster. Guaranteed  1939 PONTIAC SEDAN:  A sound car. Was $825. Now _..  SI 52 5  $775  1939 DODGE SEDAN:  Radio and heater, Excellent condition  1934 CHEV. SEDAN:  Sound transportation    S725  _r  S200  NEW  1950 CUSTOM DELUXE FORD:  Heater, radio and Northern Equipment.  Lovely  Forest Green     $2558  1950 THAMES Vz-TON PICKUP:  Painted to your choice of color   1265  1950 PREFECT SEDAN:  The answer to economical comfortable transport  All Cars are Drained and Filled with the New R.P.M. Motor Oil  USE   OUR   BUDGET   TERMS  Our stock of Anti-Freeze ��� Tire Chains ��� Tires ��� Heaters and Winter Accessories is the largest on the Peninsula.  SECHELT 8  THE COAST NEWS, Monday, November 6, J 950    MORE ABOUT .  FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS  PHONE GIBSONS 76W  Mrs. E. Nestman  Immediate Service.  LOO K! ... BY   M AIL; - - -  Canada's Finest Christmas Cakes and Puddings  RICH DARK FRUIT CAKE  Plain or iced, 2 to 5 lbs.             1.10 lb.  BARK  PLUM PUDDING  2-3-4   lbs. : _     90c  lib.  scotch; short bread fingers  All butter        50c  doz.  PURE  ALMOND  PASTE  Finest  quality   -   90c  lb.  Prices include postage but orders sent C.O.D. carefully -packaged in  a-luminum foil for flavor protection during shipment. For Special  Orders���Please   Write:  ORDER    mi      fWIIHF flO   MAIL ORDER  TODAY    I tt@ LUUKW JAK  DEPARTMENT  2145 W. 41st Ave., Kerrisdale, Vancouver, B.C.  VANCOUVER BARGE  Ilil.U'llliTiTIII,  MONDAY ��� WEDNESDAY  FRIDAY  DOORS CLOSE 4 p.m  Three freight trips weekly from Vancouver. Covered barge leaves foot of Roger  St. for Gibsons  Agent Reg Godfrey  Granthams   56  Sechelt-Jervis Towing Company  Your  Local  Complete  Marine  Towing   Service  AGENTS:  Render Harbour: Biil Donley���Phone: Scehelt 11S2.  Gibsons: Reg. Godfrey���Phone: Granthams 56.  Nanaimo: Phone 555���Night: 1497 or 305.  Vancouver:  Phone PAcific 4553:  Night:  Kerr 6352.  Phone Us Collect for Quotations  'Tractor Transport No.  1"���especially equipped for  hauling cats, trucks and logging equipment by sea.  Log Towing Scow Towing Pile Driving  Dredging Wharf  and   Float Construction  Breakwater Construction Marine Salvage  Salvage Pumps  JUST ARRIVED  St. Michael's Sweaters  Corduroy Dresses  and Two Piece Suits  NYLON SLIPS  BLOUSES  Tailored   by   Ely  HOUSE COATS  For your choosing a  complete line of  children's wear  IRENE'S  DRESS  and  STYLE SHOP  GIBSONS  Between You 'n Me  (Continued From Page 1)  . and listened to Grandma sighing in her high poster bed, there  were also a few posters advertising the Kinsmen Dance on the  27th, against the back of the  headpiece. Anyway the family,  being a solid Gibsons family, sat  and waited. But ne'er did Granddad return. With a creak and a  swish he vanished in the limbo  of the woods, and the past, and  the years piled up and up until  they were much higher than  Grandma's bed with the result  they smothered Grandma and  the family got hold of Bert Cole  and he got some men to dig a  hole and Grandma was lowered  into it.  Still Grandad did not return  and the family grew up and the  little girl who was part of the  family got older and she married  a boy from Pender Harbour who  was renowned for his fishing  ability and his knack in making  stills. His stills were not the Hollywood kind.  The little girl grew and grew  and got married and grew and  grew. Her little baby started to  grow and still Grandad was missing. Then the little girl got sick  and her mother, who was once  a little girl with a long memory  said, "Slug," that was her husband, "Slug, we will have to  have some of that Elexir from  Lang's Drug Store in Sechelt and  we will have to have it soon or  our little darling shall pass with  the night."  Slug looked grim as he  thought of the journey ahead.  He looked crosswise too. He got  that from watching the stills  and looking for Constable Bob  Forrester to come up the trail at  the same time. ��  Nothing loth. Why  should he,  he hadn't lothed nothing for .  some years now. In fact he had  nothing to loth at any time. Slug  shrugged his shoulders and with  a devil may care half smile  thrown over his shoulder, that  was easy for /him, his mouth was  just below his ear, he headed for  the door.  Just as Slug reached for the  knob the door burst open and in  blew Grandad. A .lot greyer and  more bent and with a far longer  beard, it was still Grandad. The  first little girl, now sitting by  the bed of her little girl, leaped  up with a loud scream of delight, and ran toward the tottering old man.  "Why,    Grandad,"     she     half,  laughed, half cried, "where have  you been?" She threw her arms  around the old man's neck and  neatly hoisted the bottle of med,--  icine from his lapel pocket.  "This is just what we want to  save our little girL" She ran  over and poured a cupful into  the little girl who immediately,  began to get better.  Grandad looked tired but satisfied.. He looked around the  spare room and with a smile  said:  "When I started out, they wuz  jest astartin' to double flush the  highway. I jest couldn't return  until they'd finished with it. I  reckon it took them quite a  spell."  Sechelt Movies  The picture that won three Academy Awards and a  Nation's Acclaim  __<  ALL THE KING'S MEN"  Sechelt, Thursday, 8 p.m.  Sat., 7 and 9 p.m.  Betty Grable ��� Cesar Romero  "THE BEAUTIFUL BLONDE FROM  BASHFUL BEND"  Sechelt, Wed., 8 p.m.  Fri., 7 and 9 p.m.  Gordon West, * Sechelt 58W  For  Information  Phone   Manager  Announcement  We, Jack and Jim Marshall, take this opportunity of announcing sale of our hardware business to C. L. "Lock"  Know les.  Lock comes to us well recommended and we know you will  like doing business with him.  Jack will continue to operate the plumbing business, so that  in the future the same complete service will be rendered to our customers as in the past.  Thank you for your patronage.  JACK  and   JIM  MARSHALL  IJH  Auto Service Savings  i  These can be a big item in your car costs  Reduce them by having expert service  i  It    costs    the    same    as  cheap, shoddy, rush jobs.  We are Qualified  We are Willing  We Know How  _  Carburetor Specialists  Ignition Comprehension  FINEST MATERIALS USED THROUGHOUT  It's Personal Service When You Deal With  lernce  Jack Nelson, Prop.  mm

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