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 Sixth Year of Publication  Thursday December  Victoria,  Phone your news or  orders to  Gibsons 45 W  Provincial  Library  B ���   C ���  ^-Published in GIBSONS, B.C.   . Serving the Sunny Sechelt Peninsula  Local Couple Wed  ouiicil Reports  Pipe line  r The    wedding^-of    Norine*  ? Matthews  and  Robert  Calder  was  solemnized   on   Saturday,  November 29, Rev- Bevan officiating. ;.?"?.?  [The home of 'Mr- and M?rs; S.!  Nutter was the setting for the  ceremony- Bronze  amd  yellow  f^mums   made   a)  pretty .back-.  "Z'gK>und' fjofcthe'^Itiye^--?' bride-  ?������ Ariv^tra^tive? jaiterhoon dress  y- '^fwiilg^^  pink and wine accessories was  chosen by the? bride, she carried a large corsage of ??pihk  rosebuds aiid carnations with  white step h ano t i s- Mrs.?!^-,  Photo by Gordon Ballentine  Nutter w&<s matron* of honor in  '  a navy blue. dr^ssr with  grey  accessories,  her  flowers; we're  white   a*^  : Juliev ;*Maj$h��^ junior  bridesmaid aw-a dainty dress  of lighftblue, her flowers were  a colonial bouquet of yellow  roses and white  carnations-;  Ti^jev bride   was    given   an  niarmagk by Mr?- John Wilson v  "ip^'hds.<-bio?tn^r-"-'::v . - ^yyZZZ-..  '"���?     The   newlyweds left  for   a  short stay ini Van couver. The  .Bride  and Qroom  will reside  in Gibsons-        '���?���*  At the Village Cpmmissioni  meeting held Tuesday evening,  a Itetter receiv;ed from the;  Social Welfare Bganeh, with  reference to the formation and  operation of) a Kindergarten  in Gibsons was discussed, and  a committee of C.P-vBallentino  and R. Burns was? appointed  to investigate, conditions and  report to the Commission.  The Board has taken note  of the large niumhers of cars  parked and stored hi the streets  and lainies of the Village, impeding traffic in these areas. They  have promised actiosi', both by  directly contacting jthe owners  and by enlisting the assistance  of thevR-C.M.P.  Gr totract for the ^building of  a road on the Water Lot for  the entry of the -Well-Drilling  machines, was awarded to Mr.  R. Spencer,,.whose .tender, of  $350-00,  was the lowest.  .'  The Clerk reported that the  installation: of the'? pipe line,  under contract to R. Ritchey,  is now completed and ready  for hispeettoni.  Concrete valve boxes are to  be installed at tlie Church  corner. v        .  largrave comments  On Port Mellon Road  Equipped with borrowed hip waders, Tony Gargrave, MLA.  for MacKenzie Riding travelled from Port Meltonl to Gibsons  over the Port Mellon Road on Monday morning this week. Accompanying him.on the one and three-quarter hour trip was  Norman Christie, general foreman for Marwell Construction.   , __^���.��� Leaviirig Port   Mellon,   with  X-y \�� the work crew in* the morning,  the two men travelled as far as  road conditions Would allow,  then proceeded bni foot for two  and one-half miles to meet a  similar.,work crew from Gib-  sews- The two were then driven-  to Gibsons im a. Marwell Station-  Wagon-  Toaiy Gai*jgra.ve said, commenting on the road, that when  finished, it will be a first class  highway, givifwg little indication of the d if f i c u 11 i e s of  eonistructilciii... i  After leaving Port Mellon,  the road climbs to aibout 250  feet above sea level, descending  in, graceful curves, to meet the  present.ro,ad near Williamson's  Landing- The ri'ght of way is  well cleared and the road bed  of adequate width.  O.'jie problem of construction  has been, the presence of heavy  boulders in the oyeirburden in  the frequent heavy cuts. These  rocks could ntot be moved with  the available equipment, and  frequent interuption(> *of the  work was necessary to carry  out blastilnig. At a later date,  a two-and-otne-hailf yard shovel  was brought in to handle this'  work.  T%e ��� second     geographical  Mrs. Renton, on behalf of  the Sechelt PTA, receives a  cheque for the sum of three  hundred dollars from. Fire  Chief Fred Mills-. The funds  were raised by the Firemen  by means of a Dance and  house to house canvas, for  a Christmas Party for the  Children-  Much Accomplished  /During the^;pa|t;yeariii Gibsons, considerable work has been  done ;on ?R��03dSj according to reports from the Village'Council.  ^Sb&elo^&e-^ ;.>pEpblem. was tat of huge banks-  '���;''0^e^miMt*''aetion aiid funds before much more* can be^done;?"<b��;;v^  while? on still others, :a good start as been made with the funds  available- ?  Elected At  ���/"  School ihspeeitor C-T. Rendle  ���presided at a meeting of the  Representatives: ofvthe Attendance Arelas of ��� the Sch o o, 1  District, held at Sechelt. V on  November 27thr$br the purpose  of electing ?thre>itrustees.  < Of th e eighteeni i'epreaen ta-  tives from uthe entire District,  fourteen attended the meeting-  From thjiseZRepresentatives,  the ffbllowinjg -iTrustees were  elected."' ;-���������" V";?-nr--;.?  Mrsrf^S-Ja��^  CreeJfc;?^r*s.:Moreniee C|ormack,  of llalfmoon ?Bay jand? JMr- W.  'A'*Dayies'v?of Bowen Tsiancl.  . At tljis meeting with sb many  Representatives ��� father ed together there;'was an opportunity*- for;?;informal discussion  of items of ?; interest to, and  problems to be met, in each of  the schools, eonteerhed.;  The next . meeting^ of the  School Bp^rd/.'?wli;:;6jei/-held in  Gibsons,;.;onf"Dece*mber 8th.  Following ithe^ahuary vmeet-  Jng, the annual Budget: will be  prepii  y.  At a recent meeting of the  !rate-payers, in�� Gambier, the  representative for that Attendance Area, was chosen. Mr-  G-O. Fahrni being elected to  the post.   *'-;?;;���'���'������     ? ��� .<  CHURCH  SERVICE  i^wn:s<^r creek  /? Pentacbstai Services arenow  held ; at, ^d?!^.ni-; at Wilson  Creek om; Sundays,; Pastor Mrs-  Chuftyk. Thel^uh^ ?Frep^'s  Servicesare on Friday evening  at 7:30 p-ni; ? ���?;  SUMMER RESIDENT  TAKES FLORIDA POST  ; Roberts Creek friends of  .Harry Grant congratulate him  on> his appointment to the  position ?- of , ?;Executive Vice  President of the Toby Lumber  Co m p a n y, \ in Jacksonville,  Florida.  Harry and Betty, while  making their holiday home  only, here, have always been  keenly interested in, the district, and have formed many  ; warm and lasting friendships  ;' here.' '������/*-.���  They will be leaying next  week for Jacksonville,? where  they will make their home.  Sudden Passing of  Wilson Creek Man  ?On Monday, December 1st,  at his honie in Wilson Creek,  Wilbur Hicks was seized by  a heart attack, and died within  -a very short time. He had been  c?t hiss work through the day,  and? had attended his evening  chores when; the -jllniess'*struck.  Born in 1895, at Aldergroye,  B.C., Wilbur had moved first  to Gibsons with his family in;  1902- He attended school in.  Gibsons as a boy, in the old  one-roomed school that was  then the seat of learning in this  area. Two of his early teachers  were Mrs- Fred Soames' and1  : Mrs. J- Horni- v  Logging, log-scaling, and  other -'woods work had been his  life for??many years, and he  h ad worked for Burns and  Jackson^ in their early loggimg  (Continued  on Page 8)  See Sudden Passing  -Oni the Dougall, Headlands  a\nd Franklin iroads, the right  of way has been*cleared, rough  gradmghasj be/en d'oh.e, and  culverts put in- Some ditching  remains to be done, and considerable gravelling.     <.  On 'the  Gower Point Road,  Culverts have1'been put iihi, of  the cost of which, the Proving  ciai  Government jiik^'d  abput  one   third-    Cotoisiderab'Jte    fill  was placed, to widen the road,  and.. some ditcbfmg done-  Go wer Point  Road; is  now  classed as  a  secondary ��� highway," ar^d the Provincial Government is now expected to pay  40    percent    of    maintenance  costs- To date they have paid  about 20 percent of such costs-  The Southern, section of the  South Fletcher Road, and the.  ngjiTOw road leading to the  Black and White Store have  been cleared, boundary to  boundary, roughs graded and  culverts put, in- Some ditching  hasybeeiTv done and some grav-  ellliiiKr* There still, remains a  cohisiderable amount of both  of these processes to be completed-  Gle^nn' Road was 'completed  by placing crushed rock, ditch-  ?tfng.; and .install! iaijg en'trances  to properties- Along this road,  there; has been, placed a pedestrian way, to obviate the need  of 'foot traffic and vehicular  use of the same roadway,  v A con'siderable amount of  small renairs, jhave been donne  in the Village. cnUverts placed,  etc's" and a certain amount of  this'work-is still ini hand such  as the .diversion: cullverts *nu  the Schooll Road, ^e-r'aveiniT^  on the "Bay mad. South Fl etcher P!oad. Black and White  Store "RojkI. and on the Gower  Point R-oad.  Repesentations . have    been  made to the Provincial Government to bear a part or all  of this cost, on the Gower Point  Road.  Quite   a  mumber   of   traffic  . signs have been placed, others  are being set up.  It might be noted here that  the appropriation's for roads  for this year have been practically all used. It should also  be noted that owing to the  nature of the terrain,, roads are.  a big problem in Gibsons, and  that to put them all iiwto such  shape as to satisfy all the ratepayers will not be an* easy,  quick, or cheap process.  Choraliers To  Present Annual  ���'---* $*...  Christmas Service  The Canadian Legion. ILuIl,  at Sechelt, witil/ probably be  packed again on Sunday December 21 st, on; the occasssion  of the Annual Christmas Carol  service- This event is becoming  more and more popular, and  is gaining widespread fame.  Besides the many carols,  which will be enijoyeVl by,the  audience singing, there will be  special choruses by the choir,  among which will be Pilgrims  Chorus from Tannhauser. Deen  River, Holy City, Vesper Boll's,"  and Gloria, mi Excelsis Deo-  The soloists will include Mrs  Hildas Lee, D. Ewbilfliard, B-  Lumsden, and Mrs- Stockwell.  , An invitation is extended to  attend and enjoy the carols  prior to the festive season-  This twp-hour program, will  commence at 8 p.m.  Carol a:rd  Song sheets  will  be distributed-  this soil was exposed, it became liquid mud, flowing; iikd  syrup dow.ni hill, takiriig the  road bed with it.  Another hazard was the fire  season, which, shut down work  amd pnjvemte'd buitripig of slash  and debris, some of which was  sitting on the right'of .way.  .Notwithstanding all these  Problems, Mr. Gargrave continues^ "I still feel that thei  cf.infttruetiOiiji company has not  tackled this particular job with  the energy .ainid vision it  required. Efjuipment was unsuitable and apparently initial  supervision watsi lacking. This  is probably a difficult contruc-  ���tiqini project, but most road  construction, in. B.C- is difficult,  and a lairge con.tivuction Com-  p amy ?|h o ul d .In:: - e Xb eent p re-  par<v]   ffvr- difficulties-"       '-'  "I  am  contacting -Mr-  G-ajjlan (';,   M-'histor   of   Pubiiic  Works,    l'equesting    that    he  ��� investigate the w'hole contract,  * ,beilnig   com,vinced    that t insufficient mc(n,; rid equipment may  not have been working on the  roads, in spite of the excellent  weathrir- This may result in the  roa'd being iiii:if;*nished for the  1953^-54   school   year-   If  so,  penakies  should   be  levied   oi?  the delinquent parties"-  The completion of this road;  l'-,nig a political fop'ball. *Mr-  Ga.rgti-sve goes onu.will have a  great impact upon the Peninsula- The significance of this  link should ���not be underestimated- Continuous pressur-o  shouHd be put on the Govern- ,  ment bv the Boards of Trade,  PTA the, U"-on�� p+. Port Mellon,  the Howe Sound. Pulp Or-mpany  and aiM other groups affected  by the delay-  Liason fftould be established  between alii groups for possib'e  joint application to Victor-a-  The more acti/o.ni, from groups'  concerned, the more attention  this problem will receive,, 2  The Coast News    Thursday December 4, 1952  S  (Established 1945)  Published by Sechelt Peninsula News Iitd.  Member B.C. Weekly Newspaper Advertising Bureau  SAMUEL NUTTER, Publisher  Published every Thursday at Gibsons, B.C.  Authorized as second class mail,  Post Office Department,   Ottawa.  Bates of Subscription: 12 mos. $2.00; 6 mos. $1.25; 3 mos. 75c.  5c per copy. United States and Foreign, $2.50 per year.  Phone Gibsons 45W -  Sox 6, Gibsons. British Columbia.  C^diti  onaid  Co-operafJoB  The dictionary says: 'co' means 'with' or 'together' while  'operate', frbm the Latin 'operar!' 'opus' and 'opens', all forms *  of the word meaning 'to work', would seem to be just that-  So, co-operation': means working together with a person pr  group, in a work, towards a!n end; to concur in producing an  effect-  The main thing to remember about this thing called 'cooperation' evidently is the 'togetherness' of it. It is not enough  for one half of the workers to agree to a. program, and then; leave  it to the other half to do the 'working' part- All tlie parties concerned in the venture, scheme, idea or job, must work together,  in order to have co-operatio.n. That does> Inot mean that the effort  may not be divided into kinds of work- or phases of effort- It is  Often by just such division that co-operation' may best-6 be  aeheived-  On the Peninsula, generally, there are many places where  true co-operation will eventually accomplish that for which we  are all. working in* one way or another: a better, happier, more  steadily prosperous area, ini wjhich life can. be fuller , pleasapter,  and more productive.  Speaking practically, .if-the various Boards of Trade, without losing their own- identities, can fkid a means of working,  together for the whole area! as muchi sp each does for its own  section;   .  .  If all the clubs and'-groups- having functions can; manage to  communicate with each other, and so avoid conflicting dates;  If they, in &ll their fine, local endeavors, will forget tiny  differences arid support each other;  If they support their local businesses, merchants and dealers,  they in their turn supporting the Clubs and the Boards of Trade-  Gradually, helping each other, the aj^av*vy|ll. g|pw?vin a common  purpose and success must come- 1 v   * '  ''"*-'?::;":*~:::'yZ~' ;\''X  X  True co-operative endeavor is the answer.  BINYON NOT BYRON  Editor, The Coast News,  Sir: ���  Im connection with quotation attributed to 'Byron. This  humble correspondent believes  that both "A Comrade" and  D-M. Wbrfmani have* made'"'a*'  we'll meaning mistake-  The quotation should have  been' .accredited to Laurence  Binyon and njot to Byron and  it is from the poem -' For the  Fallen''V which appeared in  the "Times" of London by  permission of the author in  1917 or 1918.  The original punctuation is  as follows ���  "Thiey shall not grow old, as  we that are left grow old:  Age shall not weary them,  nor the years condemn--  At the going down' of the suri  and,in the morning.  We will remember them-"  This is not criticism, it is  just to keep the. record straight  as I happen to have a copy of  the originial poem.? ��� ���  M.C- Macphiadl  n  MIe Shooting  ��� "** Stockmen on the ...Sechelt' Highway are alarmed and incensed  over the practice of some trigger-h/a*ppy miscreant who has been  shooting cattle with a'-22 rifle.   ���        ���  ,  These poor beasts are left, not to'die. immediately,, but after  days or weeks of suffering. The owners brought one beast' home  shot through the lungs, following wjhich injury the animal lived  for a. week to ten days? Another apamal' had two bullets through  it and lived for a few weeks.  In these instances, the cause and extent of the injuries were  not immediately: apparent, and were discovered in post, mortem  examinations- - ..."'.*'.  The fact that we! have, no herd law in this a.rea does not  empower the person whose'property may have been, gone over  by the stock to so injure the animals, if that has beem the reason  ���for the cruelty so> inflicted on the napless beasts- If they have  been used as targets, so much the worse.;,.  Truly it is time that concerted actiiorir by the people of the  Peninsula* is taken* to prevent these inhumanities. Once they have  ;gone unchecked, they have a tendency to spread-It may not  .always be cattle that stop these bullets. "  Postal Regulations  On Christmas Seals  B.C. Tuberculosis Society  passed on a remdnder today  from the Post Office authorities about regulations concerning Christmas Seals-  Regulations stipulate that  the Seals wliicir- are used, to;  decorate' Christmas letters and  parcels must not be placed  near regular postage;  To? facilitate the vast volume  of mail moving at this timey  postal .officials ask that the  ;.? Christmas ;Seals be .placed on  thie, backs?? of enveiopes and  sides and backs of parcels,      '  B.C: jTubercu^psas.: Society  sells Christmas Sea Is ^annually:  to raise funds to carry on'its  ainti-tirberculos.is work through  out the province. Seals are sold  in rural areas of B-C- by some:  25 affiliated ^comihittees" work-1  ing voluntarily in the interests  of tuberculbsis prevention.  POWER X!^^  EXPAND^ OPERATIQNS  Diesel generating plaints, will  shortly he ^Operating at Fort  St. James,|^;miles:North of  Vahderhooi,?, serving approximately 167 ��� custom ers to start,  an/d .at ..Qupeu. Ohiariotte City  and S kid|e ga t e, on Queen  -Charlotte Islafn.d.s. This latter  plant will have some 225 cust-  omers ,r e e e i v mi n g service  .initially-   :���' ? .''*    ::ZxZ.y.Z  The total nwinber.-.of ? communities no?w beinior.serve?d by  the Commission has reached  27-  DISTRIBUTION  Once power is transmitted to the new  Sechelt substation, it must be delivered  24.hours a day to more than,1,400 customers: This.:i& dotrie through a ? 54-mile  distribution system which cost close to  $265,000. Think of it���nearly $200 m'-,  vested in distribution lines alone for  each and every customer on the peninsula! *"��������� :v->-'v...  lUv  BRITISH COLUMBIA  POWER COMMISSION  For PLAIDS, or PLAINS,  in DRESS, SPORT or WORK SHIRTS  Bal's Block  Gibsons  For Your  Cook Stove or Furnace OH  See your Imperial Oal agent/  Reg. Godfrey, }       Phone (xrantham 56  IMPMIAl  ���$SOj IMPERIAL   OIL   LIMITED  PRODUCTS  \  I      Why waste all this  FREE Hi^T  Save At Least 25 per cent on Fuel Bills  By installing on your Stover Pipe  ���';,;::^-L'EPit'k.;HE^SffR-v  GIVES   INSTANT   HEAT  Doubles  The   Wariith  ���'���?��� -From Your.    ?;.'.;>.-;.���?��?;; ���  .-'*;' SPACE^HEATERXZ'- -?*''  .'.���';*.-'     ; '���?;.';:?��� ���'?'���',?;  ;��� y.'y.  Fan Promotes Healthful  ' AIR    ci^CULATION;  Keeps Warm  Air From  Accumulating  AT   THE   CEILING  -��� ��� V ,  More Heat  WITH LESS FUEL  ��� -.-  Sunset Hardware;  %. Phone Gibsons 32  ITOUR   PROGRESSIVE   HARDWARE   MERCHANTS  VM  The winner  sport has just - that  extra edge on his competition. That's what  Har wood's has over  other brands of quality  rye.' So, for years*  discriminating people  have agreed that this is  'CANADA'S   FINEST.  This aavertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control  ;..;.:?,   fBpard or by the Government of British Columbia ives  Home Treatment  T&ie following is_ an example  of work carried on, by the  VON. throughout Canada "and  was written by a staff nurse  In Ontario.  "���Recently, late owe "Wednesday p.m. we received a call to  do a' dressing- Upon* arrival, the  nurse learned thai the boy,  Jimmie, had been badly scalded  two weeks before when he had  rum) into a pot of boiling water-  These two weeks had been  spent in Hospital. The Doctor's  instructions were there, so the  nurse knew just what had to  be dome. However, this was  much easier.-written than carried o>ut, for removing a  dressing from a large area on  a very tender back is njo easy  job, e&peckijU.y siiti'tee jtb.e idad  was, by this time, '".%a*red-  green"   of   Nurses-   This   was  one of the reasons for his leaving the hospital-  In an hour's time, the dressings were all off, the area  eleamsed, and new ones applied.  This treatment was to be done  daily.  We arranged for the sarnie  Nurse to go ba'ck the next day,  and for each day following, if  shie were on duty- In this way  friendship grew, and with it  confidence, while fear lessened,  until sooni it was no fun at all  umless   his own nurse came-  Prom time to time, the doctor  w/a|S contacted so that he could  receive a report on the progress, aind suggest any changes.  Jimmie was active. He filled  his hours playing games, readings ard weaving- One day he  proudly displayed a. mat lie  had made J.or his bedroom-  He also tool,*: great interest  in, what the nurse did each day.  His ���sibiaa'e in the pr^ceedure  was to keep his tray tidy, and  have paper bags folded- A chief  Villa  Growing Pains?  Thursday December 4, 1952      The Coast News  The Village of Gibsons presents a real picture of industry  these . days. One had almost  -said 'umvonted iudusttry', but  perha'ps we'd better say "outdoors".  First the street from the P-O.  corner gfcts Afceif '"���. remodelled,  then from the Church, to the  Baulk corner undergoes an operation!- This is all duie to the  delight on'his miseievous days,  was to set a harmless booby  trap, before the nurse's arrival- After thirty-nine days' of  daily visits, he had just a. tiny  patch that w.-'f, heated completely in a few days-  The V.O.N- saved thirty-mine  .hospital days, carried out the  treatment to the extent of (jure,  at home where the boy was  much  happier-  busisness of Water Mains and  things. When it happens in  cities, we are told that the  place is growing, so we're  hoping.  Then the Post Office disa-  pears, a'nd is found nestling  cosily behind the offices of  Dick MeKibbin and John  Coleridge. Over concrete piers,  anid around bifg timbers the  people wend their way, until  behold, on a. bright and frosty  morning a new ewitry has been  provided, and despite a bit of  new earth, it's not too difficult to get our mail-  Thi,s too, i�� progress, for the  new office, for long weeks a  thinig of beauty on, the blueprints, is now taking concrete  form- (Ouch that was a bad  one!)  Then, too, we see "Wblly  Graham doing things to. Joe  Sehutz's *new Auto Repair  Shop ��� where  Lou   Reid  held  .sway for quite a time. Floor  being repaired, new concrete  protective structures at the  doorways, etc. Positively buzzing with building, Gibsons is.  FOR THE VERY  FINEST  HARDWARE  CHINA and DRYGOODS  GROCERIES  ��� DRUGS  FISHING SUPPLIES  HOME ESSENTIALS  MURDOCH'S  MARINE SUPPLY  Pender  Harbour, B.C.  Dollar for Dollar  YOU  BEAT  IN ANY PRICE CLASS!  Illustrated���Fleetleader Special 2-Door Sedan  WHY PAY MORI?     WHY TAKE LESS?  Let's take a good look at this whole  business of new car prices aiid values.  After all, when you buy any new  ^.car you want a full dollar's worth of  good solid value for every dollar you  invest���and that's exactly what you  get in a Pontiac! .,.-���'       ���  In the Fleetleader Series, this big,  beautiful, spectacular performer  has a price tag that takes it right  down into the lowest-priced fine car  class. And, of course, tHe wonderful  Pontiac Chieftain is a leader in its  field, yet costs a good deal less than  the lowest-bracket models of  . hi^er-priced* lines* -?  No car���in any price class���offers  \ more downright goodness for every  dollar of your new car investment.  -When you buy a Pontiac you are  buying one.of the most respected  names in the automotive world! You  are buying a car that will give you  years and years of wonderfully  dependable, wonderfully economical driving-���and be a very desiralde  ?used car when you want to sell.  Let's not get all confused about car  prices���remember this onto simple  thing: Dollar for dollar you  can't beat a Pontiac, in any  price class!  Dollar for Dollar  ��� YOU CANT BEAT THE BEAUTY  ��� YOU CAN'T BEAT THE FEATURES  ��� tOU CAN'T BEAT THE PRICE  ��� YOU CAN'T BEAT THE VALUE  Come in and get the facts and figures  that show you how easy it is to own a  great new Pontiac!  P-13528  Peninsula Motor Products Ltd. Wilson Creek The Coast News   Thursday December 4, 1952  by H. I. L-  Mrs- PJ. Cox of North Vancouver has been a' guest at the  borne of her daughter and Son  in. law, Mrs. and Harry Batchelor, for the past week. Mr-  and Mrs- Mitchell have had the  pleasure" of a visit from ami old  friend, Mr. George Stirling,  who ha's just returned from a  six months Visit to Scotland-  Mr. Stirling is a First-War  comrade of Mr- Mitchell.  Mr- E. Fredericks spent a  few days at his home here,  before leaving for Alert Bay,  where lie will be employed for  the next four months.  The residents of Selma Park  ���extend their sympathy to Mrs-  Bert Wright of Wilson Creek  Roberts Creek  Round-up  ���* by Madge Newman  Combining a pleasant interlude with profit for all, Mrs.  D. McLaren entertained a  group of friends Friday when  Mrs. K. MacKenzie demon.-  stated her full line, of Tupper  wear.  Present was Mrs. McLaren's  mother, Mrs. Susan Scott, just  returned from a visit to Vaisii-  couver and fully recovered  from a slight accident suffered  on   the   morning   of   her   91st  party was over- Now she feels  she may be getting old as the  crowded downtown stores do  not hold any attraction, for  her, but, she added "I was able  to go and see people who .were  unable to get to me"  It may". be* . very trite, but  very true,, that it is a smail  world after all. Norma Wallis,  training with theRC-A.F. in  Quebec, discovered that one of  the NCOs. with them is Sgt.  Manns, daughter of Mr. and  Mrs. Manns on Beach Avenue-  NormtEj expects to be home for  Christmas-  Mr. and Mrs- W.5. Boyte  and six weeks old, John  Wiliiam, have moved up from  Vancouver-'to reside here per-  TM* *4t**Mwmenl Is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control! Board or by  tha Government of British Columbia.  usiness and Professional  DKRECTORY  many friends and neighbours  in, the recent passing of her on t'hat day and neglected to  husband. mention' cracked riibs until the  .  The Coast News  FOR  SALE  1936 De Soto Sedan, perfect condition, radio, heater. Will trade for  eaaiier model pick-up, or model  "A" as part payment. Earl Bingley,  Gibsons.  Weaned by Christmas, two pure  tared black Cocker puppies, females,  loveable pets. Pine hunting breed.  Reasonable. Apply Mrs. Jean. Work,  Chaster Road  R.R.I., Gibsons.  ...51  3 room cottage^ fully ^modern, in  Gibsons. Apply Eari Bingley.  Rabbits .���. "Flemish Giants", good-  eating.  $2.00 each. ��� Apply  Sam  Fladager. . ? J?V. 49  Bargain for quick sale! Buescher  Alto Sax, perfect condition, with  case and stemd $100. Also 50 new  folding hardwood,- chairs $3.00 each*  C.P. Ballentine, Gibsons.  GOOD used tires and tubes, various  sizes, $3.00 and up. Chuck's Motors -."  and Welding.  tfn  2$ acres all sub-divided, one- mile  beyond cemetery ? sacrifice, $825.  Totem Realty, Gibsons B.C.  ����f... .-'������*������������ ^n  Suitable for clubroom or home:  Eng2ish quarter-cut oak, inlaid  dining suite. Table measurers 54  inches. Mechainical Extension to  12 feet, with lock. 6 chairs cowhide  seats and backs, and buffet. Mrs.  Dowler,  Gibsons.       *       ":  48  birthday- It will be remembered  that    Mrs.    Scott . entertained    mmently. /  There is a good deal of dis-  cutssion/ and  coanplaant   about  a    portion    of < the   ?Highw.ay  known; as Twin Bridges, where  /fills have replaced the bridges.  Some  of the- curve  has been  cut out but, according to  rer  port,   the  road  still  curves  dangerously    along    a.    steep  bank, particularly driving east-  There is no guard rail at this  point, ,n/or any red light reflectors.    The.   former   road   here  curved on to a bridge at. which  point at least two cars  overturned. ���  At that .time the efforts of  the   Roibfrts   Creeilc   I.mprove-  .���: ���      ment ^Society caused  a guard  Vacancies for winter months. Fully    raal   to   be   placed   there   and  modern cabins with electric cooking    some drivers are hoping some  FOR  RENT  Furnished cottage, suitable for one  or two persons. Apply Mrs. E Drew,  phone 27W, Gibsons.  and   heatv  Low   rates.   Phone ���  Ridgeway Motel, Gibsons 68L.  thing will be dome about this  new road.  Granthams Landing, moderns two  bedroom home completely furnished,  electric range, very cosy, only $40  a  month.  Totem   Realty  Gibsons.  At Hopkins. Six, room house, large  living room with fireplace, three  bedrooms, modern plumbing and  Pembroke Bath. $35. Phone West  Vancouver, 1407L1 or see Maclaren  1651 - 24th St. West Vancouver.  ���y. ':���'-���: . ���   tfn^  WORK WANTED  ������**���' "�����"���   ��� ' 'I "���      ���.!���������      ������������'������       ��������� ���..���|r.l>..�����-* .  Spray and Brush Painting; also  paper hanging. J. Melhus. Phone  Gibsons 33. tfn  Dave Gregerson Licenced Elec.  trician. Madeira Park, Pender Har->  bour. Phone 11H ;        tfn  WATCH REPAIR ��� All types of  watches and jewelry repaired. Reliable, fast efficient. Union General  Store, Sechelt. " tfn;  Work at ��� getting  your  free bonus  tickets on the^.Tii^ey.\\Pra-t|r::.  UNION GENERAL STORE, Sechelt  LEGALS  One 26 ft.X8 ft. troller, 6 H.P.  heavy duty engine;*: A 1 condition,  price $500.00. One 32 volt light  plant, Petter make, 2y2 kilowatt  waiter cooled engine $250.00, Apply  Charles Sundquist, R.R.1. Pender  Harbour Road, Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  -.v ' -���"���"; * 48  CJet your free bonus tickets for the  Tuftiey Draw at the Union General  Store, Sechelt.  One large Fawcett Space Heater.  ��60. Also one small space heater  rnew). $60. Phone Gibsons 68L.  FOR SALE  Rough and Planed Lumber  Phone  Halfmoon  Bay  7Z  KOLTERMAN SAWMILLS  Halfmoon Bay  y��        -  ������!. ��� ���I i i ���     ������    ..���I,        .���mi   . .    ��� -,  Turkeys all sizes, fresh from  Aune's Turkey Farm. Phone 5 W  Wilson. Creek, B.C. tfn  Alder wood,  $10.50 per cord;   Fir  ���wood $11.50 per  cord, delivered.  "E. McCartney. R.R.  1., Gibsons,  Phone 67 H      " tfn  One complete bed outfit. Apply N.  MacKenzie,    Aldersprihgs    Road,  Gibsons. 48  I Jasper Henry Lidstone of R.R.1  Gibsons, B.C. hereby apply to the  Comptroller, of Water Rights for a  licence tp divert and use water out.  of Clough Brook, which flows South  West and discharges into Straight  of Georgia and give notice of my  application to all persons affected.  The point of diversion will be loca.  ted at approximatey 150 feet south A  of tlie N.E. corner Lot 4 D.L. 2596.  The quantity of water to be diverted  or stored is 1,000 gallons per day.  The .purpose for which the water  will be used is Domestic and irrig?^  lion of approximately one acre.  The land; or mine on which the  Ifwater will be used is Lot 4 D.L. 2596  ap 1 N.W.D. *Plan 4364.  A   copy- of   this   application   was"  posted  at  the  proposed  point  of  diversion or site of the dam and  on the  land  or  mine  where the  water is to be used on the' 15th day  of September 1952, and two copies  will be filed in the, office of the  Water Recorder at Vancouver, B-C.  Objectionto tliis'^pheatiari?: may ~  be filed with the said Water Rs.  corder or with the Comptroller of  Water Rights at Victoria, B.C. within thirty -days of pubHcation.  The  date ' of  first  publication  is  November 27th 1952.  J.H. Lidstone  December 4 ���  Gibsons,.in  the  ;.   School Hall at 8 p.m, meeting of  the. Gibsons Social   Credit  group.  December, 5>���-���. Gibsons, quarterly  meeting of .^,;Bartholomew's, WA.  Friday at '2'p.ni.*ai; the Parish Hail.  December 6 ��� Madeira Park, at  the Pender Barbur Gammunity  hall, 2:30 pm. St. Mary's Auxiliary's  Christmas Bazaar. Door prizes.  ?  December 10v.��� Cibsons"���'. at the  Mariner Cafe' at 7 pjn., Board of  Trade    meeting,    Ladies    Night ���  ^entertammeiit^'������- dancing: yr  ���'���?" :'. ������ ��� '"--ifl- ,:X:yy ;v?-..:' . y   ?���  December JO --::. -Gibsons?; 'Legion  Hall, at 8 p.m. "Take a Chance*',  evening.. In( aid of St, Mary's  Altar Society. ';     ./      '  TODAY ��� The Volunteer Firemen here are ready always to  sacrifice their time, even their lives  for YOU, why not come in and  contribute to thev Citizens Appreci-  ationFund for theni. YOUR HELP  DESPERATELY NEEDED.  December '* 2p.?--~: Roberts  Creek,  third annual Teen Towii dance iri  tlie Community Hall at 9 p.m. Open-,  to public.  December 21  ���  Sechelt  Legion  Hall at 8 p.m.   the Choraliers will  ��-���,��*���  give a carol service. Come and enjoy  a special Chrfetmas program. ,Sing  your favorite carols.   ?*??  \     December 27 ��� Gibsons School  '.Hall, Board of Trade Holiday dance,  do not miss it, fun. for all. Prizesr  etc., good music,     r  Each week" we ifeature a ' good  buy��� it will ipay you to investigate  these.  SPECIAL. Gibsons, three Moicfcs  from tlie Post Office. Acre of good  land, timber, view, nice 2 bedroom  jhouke, Extra speciaJ, $3150, terms,  $650 down balance $25 /*oer month.  Also ��� -��fexili^^Am^:: SPEOIA1U;  ?rand view, clo^ in^ -modern, fireplace, $3500 on iewns. ......   .......  FOB-RESULTS;: LIST^0CE.'-'.  PROPERTY *WiTU  ��� i-'the^--^ ������'.  Please Clip This< Directory Out aiid Hang By Your Phone  APPLIANCES  I   SUNSET HARDWARE 'y��  GIBSONS  Agents for  RCA Victor  Records  Columbia Records  Frigidaire  Ranges and       *  Refrigerators  Beatty Pumps and  Equipment  P.O. Box 149 ��� Phone Gibsons 32  GIBSONS  KINDERGARTEN  BLASTING  v..' it'������ ZjXeopenihg  Sept.  8V1952  Information ��� Miss W.M. New  ?���r*v,{;iv*'-or . Coast ? News;"  Telephone    Gibsons 64 S"4  ���MAGHiNigTs.���-.;:���'yyZ: ��� ��� "  Rocks ��� Blasting ��� Roadbuilding  JACK CAMPBELL '  BLASTING  5308 Pr. Edward Ave., Vancouver  ��������� FRaser 3831 ��^  Fully   Licensed.  All   Experienced  ^Men.  liEER BOTTLES  Will  call  and   buy  for ^ash/?beet?  bottles, scrap metal, etc^y  Calls  made   at   intervals   from  .  Hopkins to Irvine's Landing-  R. H   STROSHEIN  Wilson Creek.  CLEANERS  Totem   Re,  Phone Gibsons 44  .   PENINSULA CLEANERS  Cleaners for theJ Sechelt  ; .   .. Peninsula.   -���. ���  ��� Phones ���  Oltwans 100 ~ Sechelt 45!.J._.;,_  ELECTRICAL WORK  : Home and Industrial Wiring/  .- Electrical'Heating:  GIBSONS ELECTOIC  ���    Phone 45  Appliances ��� Fixtures ���; Radios  Member Electrical- Heating Ass'n.  "PRATT and LAMBERT PAINTS"  FLORIST ' .v;.-���.       ~^~  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.Oi--Bo*x,28.?i ",'.:';>;.-.  UIFT STORE >iV  ������_  V  ������ ���' <  ��� Headquarters  for  Wool,  Notions ��� Cards ��� Toys  Miscellaneous  Gifts  GIBSONS 5-10-15 STORE  -Left of Post Office ^v  ���V; Gibsons,: :'B?J^'"'  . HARDWARE.^^r';;. ���:?;'"?,.   "  KNOWLES SERVICE  HA^iDWAR^^^  V  Phone ^3 ^Gibsons B. C^  .' Buu*o^rs^vHardware,,,^���;'''','  Paint ��� Plumbing  .   ���' Appliances ���  Complete Installation  Maintenance Service .  ���'.'."��� ;?IJ^|VERIiS:'-..:   . -������*-?.,?  ,',.' ��� tb ALL#OINTS ? / I ZyZ:  KINDERGARTEN  STRATFORD  KINDERGARTEN  y'y-Z        ;;>*v:;  STRATFORD^? CAMPSITE -  Roberts Creek :.??  v Residential and  Day; Pupils ?  ;     ?    Opens September ISth  H. Galliford ��� R.R. 1, Gibsons  Phone 22 A  HILLS MACHINE S&OP  Mobilized Welding  Welding anywhere ��� Anytime  Expert Tradesmen  Precision  Machinists  Phone 54��� Res: 58  NOTARY PUBLIC  C. JOHN COLERIDGE  ���  Gibsons ���  Office 37 Res. 116 W  ������-������.   . .     -     -.���.'. ��  OIL BURNERS  ; C ^ S OIL BURNERS  ;.--.^:V^ALES/ and . SERVICE^?'..:  W.   Swain D.  Currie  ^Ranges,   Furnaces,   Chimneys  * Cleaned  used ranges for sale  AUTHORIZED KEMAC DEALERS  ��� Sechelt 74 ���  litfuMBim  /*%(��� I-'-' fr. ?'i r?   .** -.* V> *; .^ii':  ���i��  Plumbing and Electrical  Supplies  . Fixtures  ��� ������ ;Service.  SECHELT BUILDING  SUPPLIES  RADIO.  RICHTER   RADIOS  i-Xy.  v^v-Sechelt,,B.C<:-.  ���"?'��� Phone 'Secheii 25J  RADIO - APPLIANCE SERVICE  Speedy   Guaranteed    Work  New and Used Radiosv..... -;.  ?REAL EST ATE. and ?  INSURANCE:    ...;,, yZ.  ~ 'J, . . : ; *-  ,,* P- .   ���.     ������-'������  JOHN COLERIDGE  ���A     AGENCIES  Gibsons   and   District's   Only  Full  Time Real Estate and Insurance  ^ V Office Since 1948.  Phone Gibsons 37  ROOFS REPAIRED  GIBSONS ROOFING  ' y:-:��y:ZmsaMiZ       ���*  \   Z  CHIlWN%(p|^ ;  Asphalt Roofing and Repairs  Phone Gibsons 44  ,?%-i?  SECHELT CARTAGE  yy.y.^ hemstreet  ^Sawdust,?-^- Wood^--. Coal  We haul anjrthing; anywhere,  j, anytime  Phone Sechelt 97H       Sechelt, B.C.  SECOND HAND STORE  Hardware,��� China  Tools ��� Furniture  Household Equipment  M?agaaine ~ Books  WE BUY -I TRADE ��� SELL  PENINSULA SECOND  ?      feAND STORE  Phone Gibsons 99  SiiwS^ERs ;.. ��� ���..     ;  f).  r    Type^vriter? Sales and Service  !���:,'  ?     Remington Rand  Agent   ,' y  48-hour service  Colin ^Wingrave'     Granth.793?! For a Cozy Ynletide  Ladle's Dressing Gowns of CSienilles  FLANNELS   (PLAIN or PLAID), or NYLON  Girls' Gowns in Chenilles  ALL KINDS OF LOVELY SLIPPERS   ??   ?  ?"' '. ''** ���>: ��� y     *���.''-"*  SVSen's Quilted Nylon Jackets  TMEtMSIIflffl  Sechelt, B.C.  We Garry In Stbfclc   '  EVERYTHING  From Basement To Root  Just Phone Gibsons 53  Remember: This Is  SEASON  $1-45 per sack at  Gibsons Building Supplies Ltd.  In this space  Next Week  i ���*.  The BIGGEST LIST  <*  ���        ���*  of  ��� -..  v  On the Peninsula  anises  s eiiioNfl  iftwtjm  ^  e Alley  Thursday December 4,  1952     The Coast News  ��� a a  La'st week tlie league play  spotlight featured the number  7 in; high three and. team totals-  Bob Cooke's Creepers in the  Sechelt Sports CHiib rolled a  2701 total-. Orv Moscrip blew  in with 755 for the Ball and  Chain. "VVes Jonasson 721,  which included a 303 single*  for the Sports Club, and Bob  Cummings had 710 in the Peninsula1 Com*mer*eiai-  isFo report" from the Ten Pin  League.  GIBSONS MIXED  Helen; Clarke 240, Florence  Brown! 608, Don Malmas 240,  Jules Maimil 624.. Whizzbangs  (Captain Josie Davies) 2561.  Midway leads with 18-  SECHELT LADIES '  Eve Moscrip 247, Ev Smith  655. Totems 2396- Guttersnipes  . hold top  spot with 32 points,  Totems- 31-   .  PEM^SULA COMMERCIAL  Marion Hopkins 233, Lee.  Sta.lT 529, Bob Cummings 273  ��� 710. Keith Wright's M amd  W team rolled 2496 for total  pins- Rusk Logging in first  place with 27 points, M and' "W ���  has 24.  sechelt SPORTS CLUB  Ev Smith 227 ��� 526, Wes  Join..a.ss-o-n 303 ��� 721-The Cree-.  pers 2701. Nevi BaldassiV  Polecats went into- the leacl  with 17 points, setting Bob  Lemieux' Holey Rollers back  into second place with 16-  BALL AND CHAIN  Lernoire ��� Nygren 238, Eve  Moerip 611 v?Orv "Moscrip 256  ���755v The;:S?eagull's (Captain  Eve Moscrip) 256JD. Missing  Links 2?, Seagulls 26-  HALfPINS  Leanirna 'Moscrip 147���266,  Geoff Whitaker 146���244,  Leaniria 7s Beetlebombs rolled  633 ^or to^l ^^"in?4wo:;games-���  No Scorep for the Young  People's: League;      i  . ..y::Z By ARIES  Well everyone rushes to a  fire apparently. Great excitement when the chiminey of the  house occupied by Mr- amd Mrs-  H.R. Gordon took fire- The  firemen* were there in a matter  of seconds-  Visiting for the week end,  Mr- and Mrs. Al Shuittz of  Vano'iner as guests of Mr-  and Mrs. Tommy Robilliard-  Mrs. V-P. Dunn and Mrs.  Ted Osborne have been; in Vancouver to visit the new Grandson- Down from 6 and .0  Lng^ing are Mr- and Mrs. Joe'  Gardner, to try a little home;  life for a change- We wish to  eongratul ate M. and Mrs- A-  Wagner on the birth of a baby  son- We wish to sympathise  with. Mrs- C.C- Lawrence in the  sudden death of her brother,  Mr- Rea<ney, in Vancouver  re^ontly-  Sorry to hear that little  Nicky Traey_ hap been quite  siek, hcipe he: will be. Sv ell ..soon.  Mrs- S- Carton and baby have  moved into the cottage formerly occupied by the Kr-owoken  fpmilyrMrs- Carton i?! a Sechelt  pirV formerly- Col3<>eai. Nicke  girl-  ��Police Court News  Heard in ^a.^trate*s court  at Gibsons, Wedhesaa^; December 2nd. were two Charges  under? the Liquor Act, one  against the Army and Navy  Veteran's" Club of ^Gambior,  wbieih !?was w'HbdrP'wn. The  other, against J- Mitchell- was  ' cjtenussecf. ; *  v Magistrate A- Johnston heard  the cases; M- Lakes acted for  the prb.seeution.. vnd *W\ Meade  for ihe defence-  v?!?/"c' v  -  Stove Wood & Sawdust  WM    ALDER    cr CEDAR  Green or Dry, All Split  Dry Fir Sawdust  and   Millwood  Joe Rnshton   Roberts Creek  ORDERS MAY BE PHONED TO GIBSONS 84W  E LUMBER  Phone Gibsons 82 or 74S  All Kinds of Dressed  And Rough Lumber  Good Quality���CHEAP  save. Save - Save - Save!!  Up To $500100 Discount  ON NEW  1952 Ghcv. & GMC Trucks  Pick-ups - Panels - Sedan Deliveries, etc  Yz To 3 Ton  Available Immediatly From Town  Used Cars and Trucks  1951 BUICK 2-DOOR SEDAN  low  mileage,  like  new..................... .'..   $2805-00  1951 AUSTIN DELUXE SEDAN  Heater.    Undercoated    /  ...... X....   $1395-00  1935 CHEV  SEDAN    $195-00  1929 PLYMOUTH SEDAN   new motor  $95-00  1933 NASH  SEDAN   . s...   .-...'.���    $95-00  li Ton Chevrolet Dump  Wood Box & Hoist  $650-00  1950 CHEVROLET PICK-UP  you can't tell this from new    $1595-00  1947 INTERNATIONAL   ONE-TON ,  stake sides and tarp   .'. .         $695-����  1948 THAMES   PaIjEL   .............................   $495-00  Peninsula Motor Products Ltd.  "The name that means a good deal."  Your Peninsula General Motor Dealers  PHONE  WILSON   CREEK   S-S  ������*  AT  Una's Specialty Shop  (Sechelt Road             Gibsons)  A Nice Selection of  "Italian Pottery"  *  Also a Variety of Oddments  For Christmas  Giving  "Sylvia Fair7 Nylon Blouses  : -^;:;tovely Skirts  ��� ���  Priced ;to suit' Your Budget  �� 6 The Coast News  Thursday December 4, 1952  B. W. M. BONE  Chartered  Accountant  1045 West Pender St.  VANCOUVER 1, B.C.  ��� TAtlow  1954  ���  By students of Elphinstone Junior-Senior High School  Editor in Chief: Celia Flumerfelt       News Editor: Donna'Bingley  Social News Editor:  Vera Bursey       Sports Editor: B.J. Woods  The Sports Beat Council Briefs  WHEN Mti STRIKES  At the first twinge of rheumatic pain���  take Templeton's T-R-C's. Over a million T-R-C's used every month, for  speedy relief from pain caused by rheumatism, arthritis, neuralgia, lumbago and  sciatica. Why suffer needlessly? Keep  T-R-C's on hand, and use them promptly.  Only 65c, $1.35 at drug counters.      T-842  r  Are you  BUILDING?  We can supply men and  material for any job  Carpenters  Plumbers  Electricians  Painters  Sechelt  Building Supplies  ��� Phone Sechelt 60 ���  Church Services  ANGLICAN CHIJRCH  December 7, 1952,  2nd Sunday in Advent  St. Bartholomew's   Church  Gibsons : A  11.00 a.m. Choral   Comnkm--  ion. ���, V . ���  11.00 a.m., Sunday School  0t. Hilda's Church ���-Sechelt  1.45 p.m. Evensong  1.4o p.m. Sunday School  St, Aidan's Church  v Roberts Creek .?.���; *  2.00 p!m. Sunday; Bbhoop;  3.15 p.m. Evensong  UNITED CHURCH  Gibsons:  9.45 a.m. Sunday  School  11.00 a.m. Public  Worship  Roberts Creek:  2.00 p.m. Public Worship  Selma Park: J  3.30 p.m. Public Worship  Port Mellon:  ;        7.30 Friday Evenings  ;.An invitation is extended to  all who hatfe no.other church  home.' :*;; '* '*���  PENTECOSTAL  TABERNACLE  Sunday Services:  '   9:45 a.m: "Sunday School  11:00 a.m. Devotional  7:30 p.m. Evangelistic  Prayer and Bible Study-  Wednesday 8: p.m..  Young People's,    Friday, 7:30"  -'Wilson  Creek  2   p.m.  Sunday   School    ? ���  Evangdlisftie   Service? *. ���'  Tuesday. 8 p.m.  Roberts Creek  Service  Monday,  7:30  p.m.  St, VINCENT'S MISSIONS  December 7, 1952  St. Mary ��� Gibsons ��� 9 a.m.  Holy Family ��� Sechelt  11 ,a.m.      . ?  December  14, 1952  Holy Family ��� Sechelt-,  9 a.m. ���', '��� *   ;  St. Mary ��� Gibsons ��� 11 a.m.  by Roy Duncan  There were a few long faces  around the school last Wednesday aind Thursday when both  the basketball hoops started to  droop:  ������With   a   game   coming   up  against  tihe  Bachelors .everybody was getting rath ei" worried- It was suggested that we  might have to play the game  in the old school Hall.  (What  a horrible thought!). Mr- Peers,  and the hoys who take shops,  came to the/rescue. They made  plates  which   joirnied  the rims  and   b<a-ckbo;ards-   The  Reason!"  for the disaster wa!s that the  origiinal  plates were  made  of  soft iron, instead of spring steel.  . The  basketball   games   that  were to,, be played iajt Squamish  on   December   5th   have  been  calnjcelled; owing to reports of  a   few. cases   of   polio   there.  The   game  at  Woodfibre  will  go on. as scheduled/m the-5th-.  Three teams will make the trip,  the  Junior   and   Semiior   Boys,  and   Senior   Girls ,. team.   Mr-  Clark picked thte junior team  Jast week-  .In! a game last Monday, the  juridor boys beat the senior  girls by 21���15.  Finances around the school  are very low, so''money-making  sejbernes for travelling expenses  are being worked out; iuclu-  ding a beer bottle drive; hot-  dog and candy sales, and a  basketball tlan^e- The dance  will probably be held before  Christmas/ The. travelling expanses' are e^ceptirjihally high, ,  ,so how about suppprting your-?'  home teams by coming out to  the games and darn/ces-  Elphinstone and the basketball team lost a lot of laughs  when) Steve '/TheBrat" Lit&e-*  John.quit scho'ol last week to  go logging for tjndver^al Tim-:  ?ber- Steve played guard on the  basketball team last season and  this-He kept the team smiling  by doing or saying something '  hnmorous. eveni after a sad 1 oss-.  As I See It     ~  by Eric Lindwall  Nov.  21,  1952- Alarm woke  me at the hour of seven in the  morn.   After  partially  drown-?  ing myself in a de sp-e rat e  attempt to awaken:properly, I  eonsumed an adequate break-  _ fa!st,  dressed   ancV with   eyes  part shut, staggered out into  the nice, fresh, frozen air-Shivered   once,   criawled   back   in,  warmed, myself and tried again-  This time,  thoroughly  awake-N  ned and with blood chilled, I  made it as far as the car, wedged   myself,   (I.'em   of  ample  proportions); behind the wheel.  Then to Gibsons and thence to  Vancouver by glorified cracker-  box or "ferry". Took my place  on the bus  after jostling for  the   privilege   of   front   seat,  (eroded-up near the back and  inhaled? fumes all the way to  the terminal)- By ^his time I  had' th a wed   out   suf f ieien'tly ;  enough  to move ~ a  bit  faster >;  ' than a sniail's pace, and cutting  through the bus'���terminal, jmade  a bee-line for Woodwards. Yes,  good old department store, It's  my havenjevery time I go to  town -���the? only -place in Vancouver 1 don't get lost/Spent  the  dayvshopping  for  Christ v  mas  presents but  didw't buy  much.   (I can't stand to  part  with my hard earned cash )'���  That night, blood .beginning  to congeal with the cold again,  T   arrived   home,   never  more  happy to see the place   ���-   Ix  must'be getting bushed!  by, George Williamson  At the Student Council meeting on Wednesday, the subjects  oi school cheer.1!, and songs?  were discussed, with cheers  being okayed, but 'there was  nothing decided on school  .songs- Uniforms for the 'cheerleaders were asked for .and the  counicil has agreed to purchase  them as soon; as possible.  The council decided to havev  some  pennanrts  made  to   give  to  visintimg teams  coming  to  Gibsoinis to challenge the school  in  sports- These pennants  areu  to have a gold background with  black letters. It wais asked that  the home room representatives  fi-sk the pupils* in their rooms'  who.  waujfed  school   a-iings   or  who wanted school pins-  The E 1 p h i n/s ton e'-sports'  groups will give a cheer for  the. new cheer-leader squad  under the direction of^Mrs;  Day, George Williamson and  Mike Poole-  ' They are practising the - V  formation, with junior, Lynn  Madsen, at the apex of the V;  gnd senior leader, Arle^e Ilick's'  directly behind her. Two senior  girls, Vera Ma,n*tori and Betty"  Jane Woods complete thev  group,, Verna Bursey, Dqreeii  Hough and Lila l^rnharnhave'*  offered their services as spares- .  With little Lynn dressed in  a blatek sweater, short, pleated,  gold skirt and beanie, and the  seniors wearing gold sweaters,  black slants anidvbeanies,^the  girls should look quite ?attractive! .'.'; ��� %.:}. '���!yXX:Z'~Z'"Z':',,.'"' :y:y-  Z&p faf mey jfave a collection  of tAven*ty?ichobr'ye]ls; afnd they  plan to make vtheir  debut ?at:  our first home' game on Jan:  uary 24th.   . ''rZXdy  *   ������- ������'������'���.-���-     * ..u-   -ry.������.  Bowen IsMiid  J'        ''���%    .. V       "���:���:���������  <, ��� A- dance "was . held in the  BoWeni Island? Club^House on  Saturday November 22/ vv  ��� It was. sponsored by the.  Ladies' Tuesday Night Club, to  raise money for the Christmas'  Tree funds for the: school  childi'ieii'. There was a wonderful turn-out and it was a great  success.  Volleyball  On Thursday the Senior Girls-  Volleyba:ll   score  was House  B  21,  and  House A  lo^ The  Junlior Girls score was House  B 12;,andH<)use C 14-  The boys volleyball" house-  leaigue is finished for the year.  House B finished first, C,  second, and A, third?  NEWS BRIEF  Coral Benin; of Gibsons may  niow be classed as a professional pianist,- She earned two  dollars for playing at the PTA  dance laist Saturday.      ..���:<  .__    ���  :��� ��� "��� # '   ������   ��� *  '  See Us For Seeks by "ZEVIMERKNIT" and ''MacTAVISH''  GAY  PARTY   SHOES,  HANDSOME   OVERBOOTS    *  :an*s shoes  Gibsons, B:C; ���  ~v-.     -*  1  Has A Gift For Kids Of Any Age  From One to One Hundred  WE ARE ALSO FEATURING .J,  : a greatly improved line of  v   " COSTUME   JEWE^ERY  iNvci^TmNGv^^H^v^;*.?    *.*;,���"���- '?v'    ������' i.y- ' -. y ��� - ���''  HYLOU TRiCOT SLIPS & PANTIES  ��� z,.Zzz, A-lte^F^ .  ^^     r y   ^  ��� t  fP?*2  &<  "T  i,  7:30 p.m. Monday Through S^turdlayi at each?Theatre  Monday   and -Tuesday   X,  Decembsr 8 an^ 9  AUDIE   MXJRPJHY,  The Red Badgft  Ot; Courage  ���,'"'���;      plus   ��� ':���'-.  Jiinglgf Head Hunters.  *���     ' ���'       X ' ���      '��� ���' .:���    ��� ,'  ��� y Wednesday %and ?FYiday  December 10 and;!^;^  LEX  BACKER       r  ,a& ,*I*ARZAN/:in'vy,*.;vv  Tarzan's .Savage. .Fury''���*-:'k  plus cartoon and:lau^h jshoirt  ���'"'     .'������   '" ' *' ..���-'���     - - ."������-.���  Thursday and Saturday ';V;  December il/aind 13v  "'���..������������      ?BIN^?,C*ROSBY  Z. '^ANE^^MAn'yf  ;?,*EraEL:^ BARRYSidRE, ��� '������  : 'yyZ '^v^$^l^^Z^Z;:.  y'^yyyyy..p  ^^lim^y^'-. y.  y^yy  Monday. and   Tuesday  .December 8 and 9  ARTHUR   KENNEDY  "'-���'��� Bright  Victory  Wednesday and,Friday  -.December 10 and 12  '   BINQ  CROSBY  v: ^NEWYMAN  ET?HEL   BARRYMORE  /'Just For You"  Technicolor  ".Thursday and Saturday  December 11 and 13  LEX .BARKER  ':''':'ZxZ '?ais:?TARZAN in '  v Tarzan's Savage Fury  plus cartoon and laugh short,; ��  -������.���..��� . ... ���        ��� ���<���*-?.   J1':.  u  I  We Hayie |F?Ke Finest S*lectioh x>lF?V ?      *  r ^00^i^x^&^^^ ] ���  Giay t>\m0rr       y ??,?* ;*:*  *^Hurilley & Palmer"  "Peak Frean"  in Packages or Seated Metal Boxes  Chocolates by  LOWNEY'S  GANONGS  *������    and .  DUNCAN  In Gay  Holiday Gift Boxes  Howe Sound Trading Co. Ltd.  '��� ��� Phone Gibsons 39 ��� ,  For your Protection arid Peace of Mind  KEEP W��m HOSPITA^INSURANCE  PREMIUM PAID UP-TO-imTE  IX^-VEST COST  ?HJJI>IT^. BOB HKJTTON and HIS PALS  PLAYTIME is the CTening feature directed  to the kiddies. The tWo characters, Paddy  *nd the Little Indian Chief are Bob's  helpers on the show; A safety jingle is a  daily feature too. V   -'  Dial 980 Monday through  Friday at 5:25 p.m.  vFIRST WITH THE NEWS'  ��� ��� ���  ARISTOCRAT  ANNIVERSARY  8 years old 5 years old  VISCOUNT      OLD KEG  4.-years old _       3 years old  Port Mellon  Briefs  By Mrs. Swan  The Women's Service Club  had. a. very successful Bazaar  last Wednesday. Mrs- J. Boa  won tlie Crotcheted centrepiece donated by Mrs. G Wood-  The money derived from the  sale will be used to help? the;  sick and crippled children.  *<Fhe Club members wish to  thank everyone who so generously donatetd.  Plans for the kiddies Christmas party, sponsored by Local  297, a*re almost completed,  reports Reg Weston- I don't  kraow the exact date, but everybody ."wall be informed early.  Mrs-  Bancroft  and  Mrs.  A.  Watson   off to   Seattle  for  a  '* few days. '*'���    Z" -.��� ZZ.  Fat Peterson} -had to spend  some., time in? town having a  session with the dentist- The;  final work is to be done during  the iJCmas holidays-. ��������� Not much  to look forward to. ~  Mr. and Mrs- Bob Arnold up  for a shoirt visit. Bob has been  in hiosp'ital .several ^months-  Still? hasn't got the doctor's  G.?K?. to go back to work;? but  he as "looking much better-  Hope it won't be too long  before we see4he Arnolds bac?k  for good. We;?will miss Mrs.  Arnold this Christmas, as she*  helped to ma^e the children's  concert the ,su��eeess it was last  'yeair-'? ?.? ���  Sorry to hea*r; one of our  teachers, Miss Rbsrers, had an  urgent call to Vernon. Her  motherv-'is-sei^iiously?*? ill- Mrs-  Bob Gill is taking' her place  in the meantime! ,  Mr- v?and Mrs^? S. Peterson  celebrated .their    thirtv-sixth.  Gower  Thursday December 4, 1952.     The Coa-s/t News  By GYPSY TOWERS  The biggest item of news  this- w��*ek f|s�� the taanta<5zing  odors of Christmas * baking  Mf^'uimg from the "doors of  Gower Point's famous cooks.  'Tis a" pleasure to walk along  (the Esplanade sniffing the  appetizing smells of plum puddings, the spice of peels and  the rich warmtE of shortbread.  Everyone busy . and chimneys  a smoking-  Mr. and Mrs- James Marshall,  Jr. lookng over their holdings  on the hillside- Much activity  around ?the Wilson; Johnston  place ������ quite   a   collection   of  boats being made in readiness  for thei summer trade. , Mrs-  Jean Mainil popping in to town,  to be near her Dad when he  undergoes his oper/a/tion.  Wish they would hang a  sign out where the Post Office  is over week-ends- Missed finding it entirely last week!  Not much else in the way of  news ���everybody sih*oppi*p.ig instead of visiting so will call  these brevities instead of  gleanings-  W. SVlcFadden, D.0.  Optometrist  GIBSONS  Phone Gibsons 91  Office     Houi��  9:00   a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Evenings by Appointment  Why go to Vancouver for  ODtical Service?  Pender  Harboiir  By SARALr  Born, to Mr. and Mrs- R.  Gafmeron, on November 14th, a  daughter- Mother atfid Daughter doinig well   *  Among/the patients in the  St. Mary's Hospital are Mrs.  Dillabough, Mrs- H Williamson  and'Mr.- F. Warwick. Mr Don  MacKay is confined to bed >at  home-  Mr. and Mrs. J- Connel are  visiting in Vancouver for a>few  days, as also are Mr. and Mrs-  Doe Cameron, while Len WnPfy  ard Jim Cameron are away; in  tlie Cariboo on a hunting trip.  wedding anniversary last week*  Had a cariaslfa. party- Winners  were Mrs. W. Booth and Mr.  N- Marleau- '  ���    Mrs-  A- Hmrd   and   Mrs.   J.  Carlson    were   recent   Bridge  hostesses.  Don't Say Bread  Say  "McGAVIN'S"  Norman  Stewart  Local Sales Rep.  E.E. 1, GIBSONS  .Phone* Gib. 20-A  Garbage Collection  Will commence the first week of  January, 1953  for  the   Gibsons,   Granthams,   Hopkins,   and   outlying  areas. Collections from houses once weekly, from business places three times weekly in all areas, when routes  are established-  Collection Fee for Householders  $1.00 per Month  Persons interested in this service, contact  G. Mconey  Gibsons  OUTSTANDING   WHEREVER THEY  SERVE  Skilled, tough an4 proud of their reputation, Canadian  Infantrymen are the finest fighting soldiers in the world.  They are the top men in the Canadian Army. Modern  developments have only made the job of Infantry more  "complex, demanding careful training in many fields.  Wherever they have served, Canadian Infantrymen  have distinguished themselves. Today, in Korea and  Germany, Canada's Infantry Soldiers are once again  demonstrating their superiority.  The Canadian Army needs more of these men. Canada  needs more of these Infantry Soldiers to help maintain  our security, to help assure our future. For young men  with the spirit of adventure, there is challenge and satisfaction in serving with Canada's world-famous Infantry.  You are eligible if you are 17 to 40 years of age,  physically fit and can meet Army test reqidrements.  Applicant should bring*birth certificate or other proof  of age when reporting for interview.  , Report right away to:  No. 11 Personnel Depot,  4201 West 3rd Avenue,  Vancouver, B.C.  A304W-BC  km CANADIAN ARMY  ��� DISTIUE.p. TO PLEASE  rpoii^Z^6te ���*  ���XpfawXPtmey  w? ������:���:-..... ���*���>  .v,^^Si?'::>��  -*%.  'his advertisement is not pub-  shed of displayed by the.Liquor  Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia 8  The Coast News Thursday December 4, 1952  They Have Arrived!  St. Michaels White WooB Sweater Sets  $5 95 to $895  SPARKLING   TAFFETAS,    SOFT   WOOL   JERSEYS  CORDED  SILKS    STRIPES, PLAINS and DOTS  You will enjoy choosing from, these  LOVELY   NEW  DRESSES -,...$15-95  and  up  %e*��4 *D*e4& & Style Sfofrfie  Bal's Block  Gibsons  WITH EVERY $2.00 deposit on an order for  your Festive Season Turkey, a Free Ticket  will be given as a BONUS.  This Ticket will allow you a chance on a  DRAW for a * Hamper Turkey' with the  Trimmings.  The date of the Drawing will be December 23rd  yon General Store  Phone 18 Sechelt  Used Car Specials  37 PLYMOUTH  37 CHEVROLET  36 DODGE "'...:.  36 DODGE   .....  32 FORD    ......  coach  .coach  . sedan  . coach  coach  Half Cash -���Balance Easy Terms  ALL CARS LICENSED  $295  295  175  175  75  Car Sales  Rcss Roth Phone Gibsons 102 W  V-.-   "   ..       .'-��������� ��� ->'^v-.������ >��� ���   j ...... ,.-��� ....  ���   ���;  Clio This Ad. &  this "Ad" Entitles YouT�� A  On ANY Cash Purchace  Over One Dollar  %  sonews  by W.M- New  Wp wish b.eiafted bjirthday  g r e-:e t i n g s .to Mrs- Fowler,  Soames Point, 80. years young  November 2.' A party of friends,  matniy of them members* of the  Anglican WA. helped her  celebrate during the afternoon.  Mr. CA. Mitchell* of 4Sum-  merrand', Gibsons, is leaving  us for a while to-take up resi-_  dence ki Burnaby. He will be:  missed by his friends here,  especially his neighbors, and  fellow-workers .in> Gibson Memorial United Church.  Congratulations to Mrs.  Stephen Slinn of Soames Point  on the birth of a little" grandson, John; Phillip was born to  Mr. and Mrs- Ste/ven Slinn Jr.  of Montreal on November 18-  Visiting ini their home here  are Miss Eileen Hopgood and  Miss Belle Warwick. Mr- and  Mrs. R- Macnicol are home  again after several weeks in  Ottawa and Victoria-  Recent   visitors." v of   seve.ral -r  days ini Vancouver include Mrs.  E-* Warwick, Mrs. T- Allan; of  Granthams, and Mr. and ?Mrs-  J. Ash worth-  Mrs- Pyvie of Victoria is  retu/rinariig home after a stay of  several weeks in Gibsons with  her daughter, Mrs. Hague-    '..,-  Sechelt Girl  Weds in Vancouver  Given in marriage was Lillian  third daghter of Mr. and Mrs-  George..jGowlawd,   recently   in  St. Johiifs United Church, tto  Joseph   Martin   Barsovitz,    a  United  States Naval Veteran,.  .The Rev. A. Woola'nd officiated at the ceremony, at which  the bride was given away,, by  her Father,  Iiillia*n�� chose for  her gown av pale pint nylonT -  over-* net, with a pastel blue  feather' Frencb   chapeau and -  accessories. Her corsage was of,  deep pink Talisman, roses. ?M?rs. >'  Oliver    Griffin,    the    Bride's  sistejp,  was Matron  of Honor,  and- the be^t man? was Oliver  Griffin- After a short honeymoon] ini^a^ the young  ebuple flew back to York Pen-  nisylvania^v   where    they    will  make their home. ���  1  i  ��� a  3  &Wm  ��s..  on our  Complete Line Of  BUILDING MATERIALS ��� SASH AND DOORS ��� PAINT  LINO ��� HARDWARE '��� TOOLS\y��� AFPLIANCES  ELECTRIC    AND    PLUMBINC]    SUPPLIES  SECHELT BUILDING SUPPLIES  '    ��� ' ,'  ' ' ' -      f   ..  ��� Phone Sechelt 60 ���  Clip This Ad. & Save  oise  e>  t>. H.   PC WE 13  SALES &  Phone Sechelt 54-W  ���',Zj>y> Sally Ann  The Clarence Newcombes  spent the weekend of November  22, and 23, in North Vancouver.  IOiii Saturday ndight, they attended the wedding of Mrs. Nevv-  eombe'isi youngier brother. This, '  was the first reunion of the  family iii; several years.  Mrs. Thomas Gory and  Danny have been' visiting at  the home of Mrs." Gory's parents, Mr. and Mrs-. 0. New,-  combe,>.durinig the past week  Mrs- hiE. Reid reports a very  nac/e time during her recent  visit, to Vancouver.  Mr. Walter Stewart from  Storm Bay was down visiting  ���with Saaidy Hopkins and old  friends (h Porpoise Bay-  Whilst' thde icy. weather is phv*:  us,. methinks > some nice warih  .electi-ic-hjeaters, blankets,  etc.   '  woukl   be much   a?ppreciated-  O that we should live so long 1  GILLNETTER  BURNS AT GARDEN BAY  "''"'$ '    ;."- ������;���*���    '���'���������: ���  A 32 foot Gillnetter, property  of W illiam Buff, was? destroy ed.  by fire on November?27j; as it "  was  rotinding  the  poiinitt  off  Garden   Bay,   Mr'v Duff   was  singed, .sufferiiiigv manor burns  on( hands and face- Fire broke .  out in the calbin, spreading to  the dec?fc tanks, which exploded  (Continued from page 1)  days on the Peninlsula-  For the past twelve years, He  and his wife and family/have  lived* at Wilson Creek (Davils  Bay), atnd for the last three  of these years, he has been a  truck-driver with the Department of Public Works-  He leaves his'wife, ?Beatrice,  two sons/ John and JCenmie,  two brothers, John of Gibsons,  and Frank,?-'of Vancouver, as-  well as his sisters, Maude (Mrs.  John MateDonald) and Eva.  (Mrs- Nbrmani . Stewart), .of  Gibsons, and Miss Lottie Hicks  Of -Vancouver-,���;' ������:-?'  The funeral will be held from  the StKBartholomew 's Church,  Gibsons, "at 2 o'clock, Thursday, December.; 4th-Inte?rn*ment  in the Seayiew"* Ctemetery-  /Wilbur Hicks' friends willv  remember, him^?warmly as an  active membervof his community from his youth- He played  quite a part in social affairs'"  in early Gibsons Landing days,  when he Avas; a member of an  Orchestravwho played for all  the old. time dances- ~      -yy,.y  GOlMDRITSSibNERS ELECTED!  .; AZR. Ritchey &P.; Ballentine;  and -J.   Shuts r were- retut^d;;  todajy   by  acclamatioii fto   the7  Board, pf iCommfi'Hisibhers   for :  a two year?-term.       ?  m  Do you gasp, wheeze and fight for breath,  so you can't get? proper sleep? Templeton s  RAZ-MAH capsules help you to breathe  easily, relieved of wheezing and.gasping.  They loosen, tight-packed phlegm W  bronchial tubes, so it comes away easily-  Sleep and work in comfort, take RAZ-  MAH today. 65c, $1.35 at druggists.   R-55  isasras  ?������*��� r^.' Halfmoon Bay y"ZXZ':  Rough & Planed? I��iiinbe^  "Phone  Halfmoon: '.-'Bay  .7Z  DUNN�� WHAT  Fofks'll Think!  X./  '.y ;.**???. including .  "?      '  FIREPLACES & CHIMNEYS  Syd Smales  Gibsons 8K  For   ytfnr   rough   lumber   re.  quircments, Call or Write  Crouston Lumber  Sechelt, B.C.  -< tttilVik*.-*,���*.***       i  T forgot Last Week  . ???;v"  To*^il*You/:-  WIS: DIt) PINB d FEW  |f:;;^;?|potls lyf-'y'-  "thef Sleepy Eyed .Ones  ?(^;vAn MxmgZ^p .. With;  ���Avpl^Qf-^ Nete, ZAry*  Xmas Decorations  S^me orTjbp|S?e Little  }fipp-DADS For Ma :���?  Costume  Jewelry,  She calls 'em-  yiTay 0ff In A Corner  ^There was HANEpli, too.  If you did stop by,  the Girls'd maybe  look alter you-       %  Ain't Much The/  Howe Sound 5&10  Bal's Block      Gibsons      II  I  <     4&*  Dph't Go Short  /. over the Holidays  Soft Drinks -Mixers-Snacks  We will stay open Christmas and New Years  DROP IN  DINNER/TOO.  PARK CAFE  SELMA PARK  SALLY FULLER by Judge Fuller���South Shore '  Winner of the 1955 KING'S PLATE  oe/3  Ridden by Lindberg under the famous Seagram colors  TIME 1:552/b   Dist. 1 mi: 1 furlong ,  iy  \0^ Seagram'sZ^s* Surety  This'Jadvertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor  , Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia,

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