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 Provincial Library*  Victoria, B* C��  GOLDEN  CUP AWARD  COFFEE  at DANNY'S      ,  COFFEE HOUSE & MOTEL  Gibsons ��� Ph:- 886-9815  SERVING THE GROWING SUNSHINE COAST  December ISf, 1962.  Published  in Gibsons.  B.C.      Volume 16, Number  iM  7c per copy  A.COMPLETE LINE'  OF MEN'S CLOTHING  Marine Men's  Wear  Ltd.  Ph. 886-2116��� Gibsons, B.Ci  Drugstores PO hours  ownership  is changed  ��� x  mmminmimmmimmmmmimim  Ben Lang of Lang's Drug  Stores, Sechelt and Gibsons, announces that'Rae Kruse and associates have purchased the two  stores. The new company will  be known as the Kruse Drug  Stores Limited and will operate  under that name.    ,  Mr. Lang will remain as a director of the new company which  has plans ior .expansion and development in keeping with the  growth of '" the Sunshine Coast  area.  H. L. "Micky" McArthur was  Ben Lang's first customer in his  original Gibsons' store and was  also the first customer to have  a prescription dispensed under  the new prescription label.  Len Barkley will manage the  Sechelt store and Rae^ Kruse the  Gibsons store and both stores,  Mr. Kruse announces, will continue to provide the best of pharmaceutical services.  Mr. Lang, known to most people as Ben, pioneered in pharmacy when he opened his first store  on Nov. 15, 1945 in what is now  the Dutch Boy in Gibsons. The  premises, a general store, were  purchased from F. J. Wyngaert.  Following the Christmas business of 1945 there were some  tough months but when summer  rolled around the situation brightened. Fresh >eggs were very  popular at the Lang store and  because Mr. Wyngaert's eggs  were in such demand Ben handled many-hundred dozen for him.  There were ��� periods when Ben  checked the till and if, there was  $10 in it things were not going  too badly for that'day.     " __  k  In 1947 Ben was approached  by James Parker of Sechelt regarding a shopping centre,at Sechelt. Space had-been allocate  i of *a. 'difug-^store'^o^Ben^LaBg^'  opened his second store.  Ben's father, the late" W. H  Lang purchased- property in  Granthams area in 1910 and every summer the family spent two  months camping. Ben recalls  those days by referring to, the  walk |rom Granthams to the  bright lights of Gibsons shed by  the Drummond store windows  which were lit by the aid of a  small Delco plant, the only electric power available then.  Growth of the area is hard to  imagine but Ben can record one  note of interest. What is now the  B.Cy Ferry Service started- with  one Turner 32 foot craft running  between Gibsons and Fisherman's  Cove in 1945. When George Firth  was repairing the engines on this  sea bus during cold, winter nights \  Ben would go down to the craft  ��� withka big thermos;flask of coffee; He and George wouid sit and  enjoy it. This sea bus carried;  only 20 passengers, a far ..cry  from what we have 16 years'later.' '    ���'���;.���        ..������'������    ��� --,  Open Saturday 5:30 p.m.  Closed Christmas Day and New  Year's Day.  Open Boxing Day, Dec. 23 from  11 to 12 noon. ,  Gjbsons Post Office will close  at 3 p.m. with the despatch of  mail Monday, Dec. 31.  Happy Christmas Season to you  ail from your post office staffs.  Accident  kills two  Michael Robert Phillips, 19,  of Egmont, one of five boys in an  automobile which left the road  eight miles north of Sechelt  shortly before midnight Saturday night died in St, Mary's  hospital, Garden.Bay, shortly after. His father Charles Henry  Phillips, 50, of Egmont, calleJ  to the hospital, died from a heart  attack at the  lad's bedside.  The five boys were bound in  the direction of Sechelt when the  car left the road, careened into  a stump, throwing out the five  occupants. They were Phillips.  Gordon Beale, Steve Silvey, and  Brian and James Jeffries. Al-  were taken to hospital and except for Phillips who died have  been released and sent home.  An inquest will be held Jan. 4  School ready  There can be little doubt that  the teachers of Roberts Creek  schoolwill be ready for a short  vacation when Dec.   22 arrives.  On Friday, the'.last day of  school, after giving the children  a little leave-taking ceremony,  and before appearing at the  Community ha.i ior the Christmas  concert, there will be . practically nothing to do but pack all the  school's, and' their personal, belongings to move to the new Roberts Creek school, which, by then,  will be ready to receive them.  There will still be three days  left for them to attend to their  own   Christmas affairs;    ��  8 Brownies  are enrolled  Eight new  Brownies s���were enrolled, in the -Gibsons  1st Pack  "on   Monday, ' Dec.y, 10."~Making  ' their Brownie promises to Mrs.  Thomas, district Guide commissioner,- were Susan Burgan, Glor-  ��� ia Carey,J Juanita . Chamberlin,  Darcia Gregory, "Colteeh Husby,  >^Cjan$..$aJs9n,;^  ����� ray. '        ,    .. .  . r These., Brownies - now ____ start to  work for their Golden .Bar, the  next step which has' just been  completed by -Pamela Marron and  < Gerry Thomas who received their  badges from Mrs. Thomas.  Sandra Marron, Marcia McHeffey and Eileen McKenzie were invested as Sixers and given ��� their  two .dark brown stripes to wear  on the left arm and Charlene  Day, Nona Veale, Evelyn Ward,  and Lois Wells received one  stripe as Seconders. Service stars  were awarded as follows: 3rd  year star .to Carol Forshner, 2nd  ��� year stars: to Charlene Dayy Carol Olson arid Nona Veale and 1st  year stars to Marcia McHeffey  and Barbara Price."  At each weekly Pack-, meeting  a record is. kept'; of attendance  and to encourage neatness, complete uniform, good behaviour and  good memories, marks are given.  Four Brownies tied for top place,  who -received; ,-a'.'small gift: were .  Linda'  Mcintosh,    CarolkOlson,  . Gerry Thomas and NonakVeaie.  The Brownies gave the Grand  , Howl reserved for special; occa-  ; sions . for Mrs. Thonias.ktheir  godmother, Mrs. Tyson aridvtheir  guests, then entertained k,with  songs. One small Brownieyhaving difficulty with unrulyfingers  during  an-action ;sci;ig  bru^^i  , smiles to watching parents. Mrs.  Tyson, resourceful as ever had  brought, even in December, boa-  quest of flowers, late roses arid  winter jasmine for the Brownies  to present to their leaders, Mrs.  Thomas, Brown Owl "Mrs... Mcintosh arid Tawny Owl Mrs. Olson.' The Brownie Squeeze and  Taps brought the cereriionies' to  a close and tea and cookies were  servedvtou the guests.  Buses in news  The subject.of bus transportation extensions, .:' usually a matter of differing opinions' on the  school board, was raised again  at Tuesday night's meeting of  the board.  Board   members decided after  considerable discusion  to  get a '  report on  the   overall  situatidn..  Argument was two-pronged, one  trustee   maintaining  that if  the  people wanted to  pay for com- ���  plete  transportation they should  have it. The other was that the *  ratepayers deserve consideration  on such costs.  Two honored  On Sunday; Dec. 9 in Gibsons  Legion Hall. the Most Pure Heart  of Mary parishoners held a dinner in honor of Mrs. Sowden and  Mrs. Dykes of Gower Point and  Mrs. Moore of Soames Point.  Rev; Father O'Grady presented  each with a small token of re-  , membrance for long and faithful  service'to'.'the ���'parish.:  A buffet supper was served by  Mrs. Gauvin with the C.W.L. ladies assisting. Carol singing followed While the tables were being cleared.  The evening closed with a  showing of slides with commentary by Rev. Fr. Carney, editor  of the B.C. Catholic on his tr"pf  to Rome for the opening of the  Ecumenical Council.  HOPING,IT'S  Punvfect Christmas  anfc & SNpjpjp JSeto Stat  from the '$#AST NEWS  1  J  No paper itext week  Santa busy man  Saturday afternoon  The combined merchants of  Gibsons Christmas draw Saturday afternoon, accompanied, by  Santa, Claus, band music^. Christmas carols at the Christmas 'tree,  opposite the old post qffice drevf  . ra^arg^Q^^adulj^^i^.  veniles. ~b  -      \ 'X'X,  "The "draws-from the 12 boxes,  donated by rtterehants, wercthen  made. The winners were:'-'  Peninsula Cleaners: Agnes Labonte.  Gibsons Hardware, * Mrs. r L.  Speck. .   -���  Thriftee Dress Shop:- Mrs.' A.  Olson.  Shell Service: Frank Girard.  Co-Op Store: Mrs. Lamond.  Marine Men's Wear:' E. Mel-  drum. '  Helen's Dress Shoppe: L. Hammond.  Howe Sound 5y 10, fl5rfMrs.  William Hutchins. ''k' XZlXXZlXy  Family Shoe Store: Stan Mason  Gibsons Varieties: Mrs. New-  shamk   ��"*"''k    f'��� "��� ������. ���..'.   .  Lang's Drugs:   R. Whiting  Ken's Foodland: Mrs. Jo Davies.   .';U   ��� . ' ' >������ .  An extra dig. down fin the merchants' pockets came up with  toys "; for !��� all' the children and  Santa received all the thanks necessary- in* the form- of thanks,  smiles, tears, promises and requests. ;      .  The drawing for the two hampers "of groceries, in aid of tho  Plant trees  Ten Lombardy poplars were  planted Sunday morning on the  grounds of Gibsons United  Church by Girl Guides aided.by  ivirs. fieuyf Wiluams, divisional  commander, Mrs." Charotte Jackson of Sechelt Girl Guide Association and Guide captain Betty Allen. . ���"������"..'>��������� ��� ���- 'A "���  ' Girls who took part in the.tree- '  planting were Erica Ball, Sharon:  Dodd, Patty Gust, Wendy Inglis,  Merilee Olson, .Lorna Sneddon,  Linda Thomas, Sandra Ward,  Brenda Weinhandl and Francis  West.  Rev. W. M. Cameron, minister  of the congregation assisted- by  W. S. Potter, a member of the  church board, spoke briefly on  the significance of the. event. The  Guides with their 'leaders attended ' the morning service, White  Gift Sunday witW Sunday School '  c-iiildren taking part.  CAROL SINGING  /This Friday, Dec. 21, starting  from the Lauer home on North  j.cad at 8 p.m., carollers will  go on tour. Anyone interested in  joining this, group please phone  ��86-2549. '..''  \ Soccer Club was also made. The  ' winners of these were William  ' Davies and Ed Gill.  School Road  was  blocked off  __. and the   RCMP diverted traffic  ly-to   protect  .the   children!:    The  ^"School band under leadership, of  Mi-.' Moss played several" Christmas numbers. The Job's Daughters rendered a number of Christmas carols which were well received.  A special thanks  go  tn  them for turning rain into sunshine.   Under   prodding    of   the  M.C., S. Fladager, the crowd let  loose ��� vocally and a fine Christmas spirit prevailed.  Mr.   Fladager  said he   hoped  - more groups,  organizations aira  churches get out and sing carols  all over the village to bring back  the true spirit of Christmas.  Mrs. Boyle  is elected  : fThe Sechelt Auxiliary to '. the  Hospital held its final 1962 meeting on Dec. 13 with the president Mrs. C. Connor in the chair.  A letter from Mr. W. R. Milligan was read regarding blankets  purchased by the Auxiliary. A  generous cash donation was received arid acknowledged by the  Auxiliary from Richter's TV .and  Radio Ltd. Financial reports read  by the treasurer and .convenors  showed the year's-efforts of the  Auxiliary to be very lucrative.  The election' of officers for 1963  followed with Mrs. R. S. Boyle  in the chair. Those elected were:  President, Mrs. C. Connor; vice-  president, Mrs. Jack Redmarr,  treasurer, Mrs.' O. Moscrip; secretary, Mrs. Arthur Redman and.  publicity office, Mrs. B. Fearnley. Thanks were extended to the  nominating committee, Mrs. A.  Williams   and Mrs. A. Macklin.  After the election, refreshments  were served. The next meeting  will be held in the Cottage on  Jan. 10 at 2 p.m; when the installation of officers will take place.  Members are requested to come  prepared to pay( their dues: $1.50  for active members and $2 for  associate members.  RESIGNS FROM BOARD  '-'.'Resignation of Mrs. Alice  Veitch as assistant secretary-  treasurer on the School Board  \yas tendered to the board at  Tuesday night's meeting. The  board plans to advertise for a  replacement.  Legal opinion  ousts trustee  Don Macklam, trustee, resigned from Sechelt District School  board at Tuesday night's meeting. He resigned by letter which  was written to the board's secretary, Mrs. Anne Burns. The letter reads as follows:  "Dear Mrs. Saras: Please accept this letter as my formal  resignation from the Board of  Trustees, effectively immediately.  "I wish to convey my thanks to  the board members for their support over the question of my eligibility as a trustee.  "It is my hope that in another  vear or so, I may run again arid  serve on- the board. In the interim if there is any way I can be  of assistance in an advisory capacity,- I shall be pleased to do  so.  "Yours very truly, D. R. Macklam"  The board accepted the resignation with regret and thanked  Mr. Macklam for h5s rr^Tort in  the past  which was very :���ich  10 years  of service  t      i  Edward Love, Cubmaster of  1st Pender Harbour Cub pack  was presented with a 10 year-  service medal for , services in  Scouting over that period. Tho  medal was presented by Norman  Rudolph, acting assistant region,  al commissioner of. the Boy Scout  Association. This medal can only  be authorized by the Queen and  the Governor-General.   -  The presentation highlighted a  parents' night held jointly by the  1st Pender Harbour Boy Scout  Troop and the- 1st Pender Harbour Cub pack, Monday evening,  Mr. Lowe with Assistant Cubmaster Love and 18 Cubs heid  their usual meeting for the benefit of the visiting Scout officials'  and parents. They also gave a dis  play of handicrafts learned as  Cubs. A number of the parents  took part in the games played by  the Cubs.  Scoutmaster R. J. Creighton,  Assistant Raymond Phillips with  15 Scouts also gave displays o.  Scoutcraft and held a troop meet,  ing.  Besides Mr. Rudolph other visitors prominent in local Scouting circles were JT. .H. Macleod,  vice-president of the Sechelt Peninsula Boy Scout Association, and  George Flay, Scoutmaster of the  1st Wilson Creek Boy Scout troop..  William P. Malcolm, chairman of  the Pender Harbour group committee, who could not attend, was  Represented by Roy Lockhart'  who spoke to the boys and guests  stressing the importance of parental participation in Scouting  activities. ���-'- '..-..    ...  The evening terminated with  refreshments provided andyserv-  ed by the mothers of the'' Cubs  and Scouts. The refreshments upheld the reputation of the ladies'  of Pender Harbour for good food.  appreciated; k    .;  A' ratepayer meeting will be  called at Port Mellon for Jan. 3  * in order that a representative for  Port Mellon can be selected by  the ratepayers to fill the vacancy left by Mr. Macklam's resig-  ��� nation. ���"' x.  -At the previous irieeting;of. the  board when the subject of Mr.  Macklam's status as a trustee  came up, the board chairman had'  in his hand during the discussion,  ; .copy of . a part of a letter on  which the board based its actions;  This page of a letter was given  to the board by Mrs. ;Donley;  This page from a letters-bearing  ihe name of Mrs. R. F. Donley at  the top was apparently-sneetftwo  ; based   on   the   number  on rthe  sheet. It was dated Dec. 5, 1951.  ���'".' The top paragraph read as follows: "Your '������' secOrid question  may be answered.rby, stating that  any person qualified to be a rep-  f f resentative must -be a resident in  that attendance  area."  :,.r. XTIiq hext paragraph' read^as  follows: "In conclusion may Al  say that. I shall ask riiy deputy  to discuss the points; raised in  your letter with Mr. G. E. Johnson, the District Superintendent  of Schools in your area."  The ietter was signed "Yours  very truly L. R. Peterson, Minister of Education." y >'��� y  At the bottom of the page of  the letter appeared handwriting  explaining the question asked of  Mr. Peterson which he answered  in   the first   paragraph  on   the  "page.''"the explanation reads as-  follows:  "Is it permissible for a person  acting as an agent for a company- tof be' elected (fromZ]the  school attendance area in which  the company owns property,  while :-the representative himself  is : resident ink another school  area;'' This was signed t>y Joan  - -E.yDonley..,/'.." xX x:::y.  : ~ >The^rrieeting* .atv^which;f this-letter was in the hands of the chair-  ciahf ...during,- discussion,  resulted  iri the bokrd-deciding  that Mr  Macklam   should   remain   as   a  trustee until he was proven ineligible. Mr. Macklam -is personnel  manager if or   Canadian   Forest  Products Port Mellon pulp mill..  'In   the. meantime   the    board,  sought a legal ruling through the  School Trustee association. Thisi:-  ruiing advised that Mr. Macklam.  could not sit as a trustee. As a.  result  Mr.  Macklam  decided to  resign and presented his resignation to the board Tuesday night.  He had one more year to sit as  a' trustee having been elected by  school representatives  to a  two  year term. ,  The matter came to the fore  recently at the Nov. 7 ratepayer  meeting called by the school  board to present the annual report; This meeting was held in  Trail Bay school and a motion  concerning it was passed. When  a meeting of ratepayer representatives to the school board was  held in Sechelt it was raised  again resulting in Mr. Macklam  refraining from taking any active part  in the meeting.  More members  are re  The Sunshine Coast Tourist As.  sociation executive meeting ' at  Sechelt Z,tbjs''���. week ' received ��������� reports on the membership drive  and while finding encouragement  in them lelt that there should be  more of the local people holding  membership in the  association/  The strength of the membership provides finances for the association which is talcing part in  a large advertising program, and  the wider the advertising appeal  to bring people to the Sunshine  Coast area the better it will be  for all merchants, executive  members^ explained.  The executive in a letter supported the Powell River project'  towards a ferry to travel from  that area to Comox or some nearby point.  Hydro office  holiday hours  B.C. Hydro's general offices  will be open Saturday instead  of Monday immediately before  Christmas and New Year's Day.  ' F. H. Norminton, Sechelt district manager, advises the changes were planned to permit office personnel to enjoy four consecutive days off at Christmas,  including Sunday and Boxing Day  and three at New Year's.  In some areas, some office personnel and adequate field crews  will be on duty on the two Mondays to carry out essential duties.  CHRISTMAS WARES  Girl Guides will be selling  ChrLstTias wreaths, holly and  poinsettias at the Super Valu  en Friday night and Saturday of  this week. .  CANTATA SUNDAY  Gibsons XSnllcA Church choir  will . sing AshfonTs Holy Night  cantata with solo, quartet and  choral parts at Sunday morning's service. The choir will be  under direction of Mrs. E. Sherman of Port Mellon.  Elect DeLong  At the. annual general meeting of the Royal Canadian Legion  Branch 140, Sechelt, the following officers were elected for 1963:  President, D. DoLong; vice-presidents, P. James and C. Brookman; secretary. C. Lucken; executive, W. Coffey, R. Orchard,  W. Sheridan, H. Hill, S. Waters.  B. Sim; club committee, E. Sur-  tees, E Caldwell, H. Mason; sgt.-  at-arms, S. Waters; publicity, E.  Walker and Poppy committee,  J. Mayne, C. Brookman,.H. Hill. .'.}    .Ii     .>:i'!4X,  t��'-  Coast News, Dec. 20, 1962  Wxt ���oast Metus  Phone Gibsons 886-2622  Fred Cruice, Editor and Publisher  Published every Thursday by Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd..  P.O. Box 280, Gibsons, B.C. Authorized as secorid class mail for payment of postage in cash, Post Office Department, Ottawa.  Member Audit Bureau of Circulation, Canadian Community  Newspapers Representatives, B.C. Weekly Newspaper Association.  Rates of Subscription, $3 per year, $1.75 for six months. United  States and foreign, $3.50 per year.  Wbt spirit of <ifyi&xm&  The spirit of Christmas is many things'"��� it's Ihe wondrous  story of the Birth of Christ; it is the myths and legends that have  lived through centuries of telling and retelling; it is the pleasure of  giving, the'joy of receiving. Best of all it is ��� And on earth peace,  good will toward men ...  Let us pray that strength and courage.abundant be given to all  who work for a world of reason and understanding ��� that the good  that lies in every man's heart may day by day be magnified ���  that men will come to see more clearly not that which divides them,  but that which unites them ���  that each hour may bring us closer to final victory, not of nation  over nation, but of man over his own evils and weaknesses ���  that the true Spirit of this Christmas Season, its joys, its beauty, its1  hope, and above all its abiding faith, may live among us ���  that the blessings of peace be ours, the peace to build and grow, to  live in harmony and sympathy with others, and to plan for the future with confidence.       .  Recipe for Christmas  Take the crisp cold of a December night. Add two generous parts  of snow, stir in air so clear it tinkles. Irito a genefous;'heart'mix the  wonder of a little girl, the sparkle of a young boy's glance, the flove  of parents, and set gently before the chimney side. Add the lightest  touch of a reindeer's hooves, a sprig of holly,fa scent of,fir. Set the  mixture to rise in the warmth of a dream ofgoOd'-will to men. It will  be almost ready to serve when it bubbles with warmth and-good  feeling. Bedeck with the light of a star set in trie East, garnish with  shining balls of gold, silver and red. Serve to the tune of an ancient  carol, in the middle of the family table. This recipe is sufficient for  ail the men and women you will ever meet. ��� Thomas P. McMahon.  Help make it merry!  Down at the firehouse, the chief and his men are looking forward to a Merry Christmas. You can help make it merry by keeping your Christmas tree firesafe, the Canadian Underwriters' As-,  sociation says.  The fire chief and his men ���like everyone else ���'wouldfeprefer  a quiet Christmas dinner to standing out in front of a burning house,  hose in hand, pouring on water.  It's no fun for the chief to hear the sourid of a.fire siren just  as he is about to carve the Christmas turkey.  Use care, and let him have a quiet dinner. -','"'  At the same time, you can assure yourself of a pleasant Christmas dinner, too.  limn iVim-mim  LISSI i,l\ll FLORISTS   "  * HOPKINS LANDING ��� Ph. 886-9345  Flowers for Christmas  Large selection of cut flowers  and potted plants  GIFT   CERTIFICATES  REDEEMABLE  ANYTIME  DOOR SWAGS, TABLE AND MANTLE DECORATIONS  CORSAGES FOR NEW YEAR'S EVE  Please order early and avoid the;rush  JEAN AND BILL LISSIMAN  Christmas tree - altar of youth  ��  EC  _  EC  &  a?  l>,5  3?  f  ��.   yc*?*   M?RPV CHRISTMAS!  Bert and Margaret Tidball  ROBERTS CREEK  Trees have been used as a  symbol for rejoicing for over  three thousand years. . .here are  some surprising facts about the  Christmas Tree and its forerunners.  The Christmas Tree, to millions  of children in Western Europe  and America, is the symbol of  . rejoicing. No other altar of youth  commands such instinctive or  loving adoration. v:- '  i 5j* SjC 2p  But the Christmas Tree has not  _ always   enjoyed  its   sentimental  ' dominion over the hearts of Christian nations:.'  Other   peoples,   in  antiquity,    owed    allegiance    to,  trees,   but    they  lived  in   lands'  where   the   spruce and  hemlock  were   unknown.   The   Egyptians  held   mammoth   celebrations   in  'the "month  corresponding to our  December, but they centred their"  devotions   upon  the   palm'. 'The  pahris of Egypt gave birth to' a  by the legions of Drusus in his  campaign against the Germans,  about 15 B.C. Certainly about this  time the Teutonic St. Nicholas  made his appearance and has remained with us ever since ��� one  of the priceless blessings of-and  inspirations to' a large part of  the human race. ,.<  In the course of time, the Eng"-"  lish adopted the German Sarira  Claus, and the .symbol bf the tree  at Yuletide. __. It took four or five s  .centuries,.for the Church to fix  December-125 <as vthe date of  Christmas, but'��ever since, there  has clung to the celebration of  Christ's birth, the 'f&$:rpjyed pagan rites-of the Roril&n 'tyreejand  the 'holly and ihistletoe vof ,the  Druids. -   - ���   .  *  .*  , A v thousand years later, the  excesses of Puritan rule in England banished the visible aceom-'  paniin^nts of Christmas Day, but  so'deepfy^Wa'stKebustpm of the  �����^o *,. ~SJi,. savC �������t w a ^pristmas^Tree ingrain^.in long  leaf-each  month,   and the-tree    generations of; the ^nghsh, that  ��� the. passing of Roundhead rule  found the old "forms "restored.  -' However,' the ~ imprint'of Pur-  itanisih for many' * decades depressed the Yuletide demonstrations of England and the American colonies. The restless writings of Dickens and of Washington Irving in America, revived  the ancient practices and there  seems today no threatening sign  that the fine old custom of the  Christmas Tree "will ever be- taken from-us, either by tyrannical  mandate or by the slothfulness of  our imagination.  Before you take hatchet in  hand and go out to collect yout  own Christmas tree, a word of  warning is in order. It is strictly  illegal to cut Christmas trees on  Crown land anywhere in British  Columbia. If you are cutting on  private land, be sure to get the  owner's permission.  Commercial Christmas tree  growers ..manage" their   lots   as  with its twelve leaves suggested  the completed year. - Maytoe,^tb4  palm was the forerunner ofs the  Christmas Tree as we in Canada  know it:  *      *     *  Three thousand years later, the  Romans, celebrating their1 Saturnalia, raised aloft a conifer as  the sign of their joy over the  winter solfetice. Thousands of  such trees, garlanded with vivid  decorations, set loose a flood of  riotous rejoicing. But Santa Claus  was not of the Roman era, and  the children of that great empire  knew nothing of the glorious old  fellow, who, with all his ponderous girth, can suspend theNIaws  of gravitykand every other natural law, crawl through tortuous chimneys, lay his own tracks  across the clouds, and make personal visitations in a single night  to perhaps a hundred million children, every one fof whom he cleverly identifies by name.  It seems likely that the Italian  tree custom was carried to Gaul  Gems of Thought  THE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS  Love is the hardest lesson in  Christianity; but, for that reason, it should be most our care  C. E. SICOTTE  BULLDOZING  SERVICE  Land'' Clearing ��� Excavating  and Road Building  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-2357  *?Ms*sts��������s��3ej.eK3*��eee^^  to learn at.  ������ PdmM  They are the true disciples;of  Christ, not who know most, but  who love most;  .'      .   ---.Frederick Spanheim  The basis of Christmas is love  loving its enemies, returning  good for evil, love that "stiff ere th  long, and is kind."  ��� Mary Baker Eddy  LAND   ACT '  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  APPLY TO LEASE LAND  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver, in the province of  British Columbia and situate  Skardon Islands. Pender Harbour, in the province of British  Columbia.  Take notice that Donald Crawford Cameron of Madeira Park,  B.C., occupation Fishbuyer, intends to apply for a lease of the  following described, lands:���  Commencing at a post planted  W. Pt. of Lot 5522-1R21A; thence  150 ft. west; thence 200 ft. south;  thence 20 ft. east; thence 180 ft.  north; thence 130 ft. east; thence  20 ft. north and containing 9,000  sq. ft. more or less, for the purpose of mooring floats,, marine  servicestation and fish buying  station.  Donald Crawford Cameron  Dated Nov.v 22, 1962.  May tho spirit of  p��ac�� be with youl  Roy Scott  DOCTOR OF OPTOMETRY  Gibsons, B.C.'  carefully as' any forester, -cropping selectively and with an eye  to continuous yield.  Approximately. 2,200,000 Christmas   trees  were  ekported  from,  British Columbia last year, producing an  income of just under  $1,400,000.  4,000 and-5,000 trees per car.  Christmas trees from British  Columbia help brighten the Yuletide . in homes as far away as  Hawaii and Mexico City..  Domestic shipments of Christmas trees from B.C. go mainly  . to prairie centres. In the U.S.A.,  Gulf Coast cities, and centres in  ".California, Georgia, Alabama,  Kansas, Nebraska and Iowa are  major markets.  *  *  -> Though the East Kootenays are  .'the/major, source of trees for the  Christmas trade, Christmas-tree  farmers^do a thriving business in  otherrfparts of the province as  welL\ including Vancouver Island.  " Most flavored Christmas tree  species-are fir, pine and balsam.  Experiments are now being don-''  ducted oh Vancouver~Island with  a new strain of Scotch pine for  which ^great hopes are;held out.',,  Christmas trees are \sHtpped 'in\  carload   lots, .runnhig .between-  PACIFIC WINGS-LTD.  AIR CHARTER SERVICE  885-4412  ANYTIME  2 and 6 PASS. PLANES  Pri Vancouver call CR 8->5141)  ' . Corporation of the. Village Municipality of Gibsons Landing '-  %)OG TAX NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that taxes- on DOGS, for the year 1963,  as provided for by Gibsons Landing Dog Tax By-law No. 52,  are due Jan. 1, 1963.  JULES A. MAINIL, Collector.  GIBSONS LANDING DOG TAX BY-LAW No. 52  A tax shall be and is hereby levied on all dogs over six  months of age within the municipality according to the classification and fees herein provided: t  (a) Male Dogs One Dollar per annum.  (b) Female Dogs Two Dollars per annum.  No person shall own, harbor or keep within the municipality any dog over the age of six (6) months without having  taken out and been granted him a license in that behalf, under  a penalty, on summary conviction, not exceeding the Sum of  Twenty-five Dollars ($25.60) and costs for every such violation  of this By-law together with the amount which should have  been paid for such license, which said amount and penalty  and costs shall, for the purpose of recovery under this By-law,  be held to be one penalty enforceable and recoverable in manner provided by the "Summary Convictions Act."  ��. ..*  SPECIAL OLD  Finer Taste is  a Seagram's Tradition    ^^  Available in 12 oz. & #5 oz. sizes  'jtw^'Stia&E^sii^'si^^  This advertisement is not published or, displayed" by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia QUEEN'S MESSAGE  The annual  Commonwealth  Christmas    Message   from   Her  Majesty the Queen will Zhg ca;-�� s;  ried on the CBC television ~a*i<lb'' >  radio  networks at 10 a.m. Dec.  25. The message will be repeated  on the television network at 11:09  p.m. following the National News  and on the radio network at  10:10 p.m. The Queeri's message  was pre-fecorded^at Buckingham  'Palacei for ^simultaneous t release  ,in ��oriimonwe&lth countries.    . .  It's little  careless habits,, that  make big accidents. <,        ^  The Davis Ottawa  Metric system?  DIRECTORY  v\*   v'  STOCKWELL, & SONS  '..LTD.  Box'v66, Sechelt. Pii   885-44S8 for  ���Bulldozing," Backhoe   and   front  end   loader, work.  Screened  ce-  irient gravel, fill and road gravel.  Marshall's Iflumbing-  Heating & Supplies  Ph. 886-95SS, 886-9690 or 886-^442  A. E. RITCHEY  TRACTOR WORK.  Clearing, Grading, Excavating  Bulldozing, Clearing^ Teeth  ^ ' ' FOR RENTAL  Arches, Jacks, Pumps __  Air Compressor,. Rock Drill  Concrete Vibrator    ,  -     Phone 886-2040*-      '  "  or Phone Mel Hough;Y886-24lf  scows'   ��� -, LOGS  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE Ltd.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing  Phone.,885-4425  D. J. ROY, P. Eng. B.C.L.S.  LAND SURVEYING  SURVEYS  P.O. Box 37,  Gibsons  ' 1334 West Pender St.,  Vancouver, 5 Ph. MU 4-3611  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  & CABINET SHOP  Hardwood Specialist  Kitchen  Cabinets  Office and Store Fixtures  Custom Home Furnishings  Repairs and Refinishing  Quality Material - & Workmanship  Guaranteed  ��     R.   BIRKIN  Beach Ave.�� Roberts Creek  Phone 886-2551 [  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  , SECHELT  Phone 885-2062  NEWMAN PLUMBING  & HEATING,,  WATER PUMPS 7  INSTALLED & REPAIRED  -Phone 886-9678  SMITH'S HEATING  ; CHIMNEY> & OIL STOVES  CLEANED  Phone 886-2422  See us for all your knitting re-  fquirementsJ    Agents   for   Mary  Maxim Wool.  GIBSONS  VARIETIES  f ���   f       Phone 886-93535f  ;k ,  ,      C;&S SALES    ��� -'-  For all your heating  .  requirements  '       Agents for ROCKGAS  PROPANE  Also Oil Installation  Free estimates  Furniture  ; Phone 885-9713   THRIFTEE DRESS SHOP  "Personalized Service"  ,fk    Xl.A-  Agents    ,   . ��� :'������,.-   ���  ..;.;��� r^kfBiwri^^os^lSrist^5;^^^  !       Anne's Flower Shop  "j Phone 886 9543     y  <  t    OPTOMETRIST  ^  X) ROY scotf' ���'.  BAL BLOCK, GIBSONS-  EVERY THURSDAY  FOR APPOINTMENTS - 886:2166  '���..���;.'..:-:���: v-we'-'use ���':.-.'':; ���/���������'���' '��� "'. ���'  Ultra Sonic Sound Waves;  to clean"your'watch  "��� '   and jewelry  CHRIS' JEWELERS  Mail Orders f'-f  Given Prompt Attention  Ph. Sechelt 885-2151  TELEVISION  SALES AND SERVICE  Dependable Service ���  Richter's Radio - TV  Fine Home  Furnishings  "'      Major Appliances  Record Bar  Phone 885-9777  NORM BURTON  Your Odd Job Man  ~^?eem^Work,r House Repairs,  Drainage Tiles laid; etc.  Res., Pratt Rd.,   Gibsons  '  ;.    ���-:���'   ^Phone 886-2048  /y    FLOOR TILE X'f���'-������:'���'.-,  PLASTIC  WALL  TILE  Quality paint by Bapco  Plywood cuttin'S .in Stock  SECHELT BLDG. SUPPLIES  Phone 885-9600  RICHARD F. KENNETT  NOTARY PUBLIC  :��� AGENT-'  FIRE, AUTO & GENERAL  INSURANCE  X   Phone 886-2191  , H. B. Gordon & Kennett  .-*' "if      Limited! -  Gibsons Box 19  "A Sign of Service"  Peninsula Cleaners  Cleaners for the Sechelt  Peninsula '������;���-  Phone 886-2200  COMMERCIAL   & DOMESTIC  'XX REFRIGERATION  ' ������*  FOR THE  SUNSHINE COAST  John Hind-Smith  Phone 886-9949  I & S TRANSPORT Ltd.  Phone 886-2172  Daily Freight -Service .  Vancouver, Gibsons,  Port  Mellon; Wilson'.V Greek arid  ;'���".,   '       ''-returnyXyXxX:;:  Local & long distance moving  Heavy  equipment hauling  Charter loads; '���Xyy..  X Home and Industrial" Wiring  "'���       Electrical Heating  Radios, Appliances,   TV Service  Hoover Vacuum  Cleaners  Gibsons Electric  Authorized GE Dealer  Phone 886-9325  SUNSHINE COAST  ... 'CPik'kk:'  NAVVY JACK;-fSANDi  - -cement'-FiLLikk:i";  :  PEAT MOSS,  BRICKWORK k  TeL  885-2132  Box 389��� Sechelt      k  COLES IRON WORKS  ORNAMENTAL IRON  RAILINGS & POSTS  Fire screens '���'_ accessories'  ��� Custom.:Furniture,  Patios  Fiberglass ' awnings  Phone 886-9842  Open evenings and weekends  Conventional 1st Mortgages  on Selected Properties  Canada Permanent Mortgage  Corp.  apply      ���    , "*  Charles English   Ltd.  representative .  Gibsons 886-2481  Ph  Hill s Machine Shoji  Cold: Weld Process       "  '  Ehgihe Block Repairs      - K  Arc; Acy Welding X<  Precision Machinists     '���  '  886-7721   . Res.  886-9956  REFRIGERATION  S^LfeS AND'SfeRVICE  A. J. DUFF ZRAL  Phone 885-4468-  GIBSONS PLUMBING  HEATING -t  PLUMBING  Complete installation  Quick  efficient service  Phone 886-2460 or 886-2191  BACKHOE  and  LOADER  AIR COMPRESSOR,  and ROCK DRILL  DUMP TRUCKS  ��� Contract or. hourly rates  ' ���-  ���   . .Also        ;��� ���'��� -, '������  SAND, CEMENT GRAVEL  ROAD FILL and TOPSOIL  W.   KARATEEW,   Ph.   886-982B  BILL SHERIDAN  TV - APPLIANCES  SEWING   MACHINES  SALES   AND  SERVICE  Phone 885-9534  L. GORDON BRYANT  NOTARY PUBLIC  at   :     .  Jay-Bee Furniture and  Appliance' Store  Office Phone 886-2346  House Phone 886-2100  By JACK DAVIS,  M.P.{  -   Coast-Capilano Constituency  An important ingredient of our  parliamentary system is^suppos-*  ed tojbe free discussion, fi-ee^ex-  pression of opinion, the ihdividu;  al in the House of Conimons  speaking'honestly out of the be'  liefs of his constituents and himself ��� so that all the voices of  our''vast and disparate country  friay be heard and considered.  This' is the theory. It is not  generally the practice. The vocal  politician on the hustings becomes too often, when he arrives  in Ottawa, merely another repeater of the party line; a man  who speaks up, if he speaks up at  all, only in party caucus,- and  never to embarrass the party.  It is therefore refreshing to  . have a backbencher stand up in  public and tell his party some  home truths, as Mr. Steven Otto,  Liberal member- for York East,  did recently..  One may not agree "with some  of the proposals which Mr. Otto  put forward. But his criticism of  party politics in this country was  right enough. He charged the Liberal party with failing to be a  liberal party; also with refusing  to take a firm stand on certain  critical issues because the public might be. opposed to it.  ' Most of us are inclined to extend these charges to cover the  other major party, the Conservatives. The electorate said as  much in the June 18. election.  Then vno party offered sufficient  leadership to merit a>'majority in  the House of Commons.     -:  Of all the political-parties vying ,for the: .electorate's favor,  only the New. Democratic Party  offers a program based on a  clear political philosophy,'4. the  philosophy of socialism; and.the  majority off -Canadians f do, .not.  want to vote, for socialism. The  two major parties, meanwhile,  appear to have confused and frus:  trated ;��� the  electorate   by   swap-  Heads campaign  Hon. L. B. Pearson, leaderyfof  the Liberal party of Canada has  re-appointed Hugh Martin kasf  chairman and John D. Taggart  as co-chairman of the federal  campaign committee in British  Columbia. They will be responsible for the broad direction of .the  federal . election -campaign , iri  British Columbia.Their'.'duties^i^-  '-clude^rga^iza^OB;^raihm'g^|r^-  searchj, assistance in candidate  .selection and liaison with Ottawa  and; the. ridings. , .'/��� Xl/AZ  k Mrf Martin, 48, is presidentyof  Marwell Construction Company'bf  Vancouver and a .partner.- in Vancouver's Bayshore Inn. Mr. Taggart, 41, practices law in. Vancouver and is second vice-president of the B.C. Liberal Association.; He is a native of Saskatche-  mry  ���^        At its annual meeting, the Can- f  _. adian Homg and School and Par-.  & P�����Z*}J�����S��^ J��i&'^ ^TeiichejrFederation passed a X  resolution asking the federal goy-  ltical opportunism, with a strdnij  ,aash of backdoor socialism. They  no longer advocate conservatism  or liberalism but a patchwork of  promises born of what -they" think  will please the voters.  Curiously enough, as June 13  demonstrated, these promises do  not please'the voters. Canadians  want, to know where they are'going more than they 'want hand  ���outs. They can know where they  ^are going only if their political  leaders have the courage to map  the road; however thorny,- that  must be travelled to reach their  destination ... . that of a free and  prosperous Canada.  eminent to study the possibility  of Canada changing to the metric  system of. weights and measures.  This follows a similar move by  the .Canadian Conference on Education. .The minister of trade  and.commerce has indicated that  no fqrmal study is underway but  that developments in the United  Kingdom and United States are  being watched. As the bulk of  our external trade is with th2se  two countries their actions will  have considerable weight.  Coast News, Dec. 20, 1962.  CHRISTMAS FOLK SONGS  Christmas��.. folk songs frorii  many j countries will be heard  diMngyir;special half-hour program, entitled The Moon of Wintertime, * Tuesday, Dec. 25, at  10 p.m.. on the CBC-TV network.  RABBIT CYCLE  The so-called rabbit cycle, is  common to all rabbits, "but tliere  ���is no real, agreement 6n_ the  g length of the cycle or the cause  for it. Undoubtedly.^ many factors are involved arid the cycle  seems'to vary from seven to 12  years. Generally speaking rab-  z-bits fall into three groups, the  cotton tail, the snowshoe and  the jack rabbit. The cotton tail  and his" cousins the swamp and  brush rabbit are true rabbits.  The snowshoe and jack rabbit,  on the other hand, belong to the  family of hares.  Don't   gamble   in traffic.  The  cars may be stacked against you  iSeehcit  Beauty Salon  f     ;   SECHELT, B.C.    -  -.:.?       Ph.885-9525  Tues. to Sat.  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(Bjf;-^DGE^NEWMAN) Al.
The Red* Cross, Roberts Creek
division, sponsored a shower,for
Paul and Hazel Skytte in the
Church Hall on Thursday which
was attended by over,30 of the
couple's friends. Mrs. Ruth Mitchell, president of the local Red
Cross group, greeted the guests.
Many useful and attractive gifts
were presented to the Skyttes
whose home burned last month.
The family hopes to be in a temporary building on their property
by Christmas.
• Parents' Auxiliary members
met at the home of Mrs. B. Baba
Thursday to make last, minute
plans for the School Christmas
concert whvch takes place on
Friday at 7:30.
Mrs. R. Cumming,. of Beach
Avenue, has had as her guests,
two former childhood friends,
Mrs. W. Wall of Athertpn, Oakland, and Mrs. Roy. Brown of
Hollister, California.
Mrs. Ruth Mitchell, has returned home from a couple of months
stay in Vancouver., yy
Badminton, sponsored by the
Recreation Association, is available each Monday night at the
Community Hall. Players of all
ages are welcome.
Mr. Ron Hughes is resting comfort ably in St. Paul's Hospital
and expects to be home soon.
Paul Skytte had the misfortune
to fall and break two ribs last
Old friends here were sorry to
hear that Mrs. Jack Reeves of
Victoria has been ill in hospital
for three weeks and is now con
valscing at her home. Mrs.
Reeves is one of the pioneer settlers in this community.
. At the regular meeting of the
Parents' Auxiliary Mr. Fleming,
the school principal, demonstrated an opaque projector, a school
teaching aid much enjoyed by
teachers and pupils. It is expected that the Auxiliary will purchase one for the new school
with funds raised by the recent
carnival. Roberts Creek school
hopes to be in session in the new
school  building after Christmas
Fri., Sat., Mop. December ,21, 22 & 24
Starts at 8 p.m., out at 10 p.m.
Fri., Sat., Mon. December £8, 29 & 31
Starts at 8 p.m., out at 10:20 p.m.
Tuesday, January 1
Starting at 2 pan.
Larks of the Commercial League rolled team high thr.ee this
week with 3152 and Midway of
Gibsons A League team high
single of 1266.
League Scores:
S.C.L.:    Lucky    Strikes ',2660,
Smokey  Jokers  963.   J.  Lowden
711    (294),   E.    Gallant   632,   D. ,
Strain 310.
Gibsons B: Triple A's -2664
(1029). B. Bailey 253, D. Hall 261.
Tues. Coffee: Hornets 2400,
Blowouts 858. S. Feeney 516, V.
Boyes 640, I. Jewitt 514 (246), J. ^
Macklam 564, D. Gregory 505, -
D. Rusk 610 (246), L. Hughes '
545  (243).
Merchants: Jim's T.V. 2792
(1074). E. Gallant 690 (280), S.
Wilson 688 (277), J. Larkman 661
Gibsons A: Midway 3104 (1266) :
I. Mason 617, J. Larkman 606, J.
Clements 721 (275), E. Connor
636, G. Connor 268, M. Connor
272, J. Lowden 614, J. Davies 600
H. Thorburn 668 (240).
Ladies: Gibson Gals 2726 (958)
I. Plourde 535, I. Jewitt 662, P.
Hume 546, K. Dodd 546, M. Holland 582, D. Crosby 772 (315), H.
Thorburn 648.
Teachers: Blow Fives 2760
(1027). E. Gill 671 (253), J. Robertson 618 (283), M.'Volen 624,
J. Lowden 739 (333), I. Reed 609
(271), E. Cooper 258.
Commercials: Larks 3152 (1223)
B. Morrison 643 (316), A. Drummond 624, J. Drummond 694 (256)
M. Mullen 620, J. Lowden 617,
G. Hunter 699. (270), H. Jorgenson 620.
Port Mellon 2711, Iilloutes, 995
J. Larkman 601, A.  Holden 655
A. Godfrey 621,   E,   Preiss   610
(265), P. Comeau 620.
Ball & Chain: 2848, Blue Angels 1041. B. Berry 672 (340), E.
Gill 690 (285), R. Taylor 602 (246)
J. Mullen 785 (303), F. Strom
628, D.  Wells 632, A. King 252,
B. — 268.
Men's: R.C. Legion 2998, Strikers 1123. R. Whiting 606 (259),
E. Connor 693'' (2$4), \Bk~ 611,
J.- Wiren j 605 (254), J.. Larkman
678 (254), t. Gregory 702 (272),
J. Lowden ,604, R. "Johnson ,664
(282), D. Kendall 696 (291), E.
Cartwright 697 (258), S.< Rise 662
, (256), B.- Campbell 713 (253, 304)
K. Austin,674 (240),, I., Mason,
622 (274).
Juniors: B. Thorburn 298 (170),
D. Austin 269 (162), M. Clements
286, P. Rigby 226. -
S.C.L., Dec. 9: Smokey .Jokers
2671, Goof Offs 995, R. Whiting
754 (250, 302), E. Gallant 627
(249), C. Bruce 272, S. Christian-
son 609.
Men's, Dec. 7: E. Hume 650
(242), K. Austin 679 (314);-I. Mason 758 (295).
'V' <?v
*t? yi.*^
At the movies
Pollyanna" with' 'Jane Wyman
and Haley Mills will be shown
in technicolor, Friday, Saturday
and Monday; Dec 28, 29 and 31
at Sechelt Theatre. This comedy
drama' comes from the Eleanor
H. Porter classic book series and
has been placed on film by Walt
Disney Productions. The story
l evolves around a 13 year old orphan whose glad ideas accomplish wonders for herself and
those around her.
_' Coast News,VDec.f20,v 1962! [
'  If takes longer to "report" a car
_  wreck than to" prevent one.
FAR MORE a^aeaii/
Ladies:    Dorothy   Smith   685,
May Walker 284.
Pender:   Eve Klein 631  (238),
•:" Bert Gooldrup 640 (244), Marlene
Dubois 273,  Marg  Granger  263.
Peninsula   Commercial:   Dorothy Smith 694 (288), Orv Moscrip
750   (285),   Bronnie   Wilson  296,
Fern  Taylor  271,  Eileen Evans
? 266, Ed Aldred 308, May Flem-
- ing 264.
Sports   Club:   Dick  Gray  829
' (293,   311),   Millie   Forbes   624,
T Lawrence Crucil 275.
v    Ball & Chain: Sue Woods 612,
Barry Martin 219, Red Robinson
. 277, Sid Waters 291.
Elphinstone High: Arlene John-
' son 354 (232), Phillip Reeves 383
(213),   Kerry Eldred 250, Clyde
Z Higginson 208, Ted Johnson 203.
■ A..''•',,.;  Ten Pins: ,
Wed   (B):   Ron  Robinson   550
Mixed Ten: Lola Caldwell 444
(178), Ron Robinson 497.
J     Men (A): <Butch Ono 553, Dick
Gray 217, Tom Kennedy 200, John
Solnik 207.
The drawing for St.' Mary's
Pender Harbour Hospital Auxiliary raffle took place at the Dec'
13 meeting with several guests
present. Winners were: Turkey to
Mike Dusenbury, Kleindale;
Christmas cake, Caryl Cameron, Madeira Park and box of
chocolates, David Sundquist,
R.R. 1,  Madeira Park.
Thrs aoVertfsenieRt is 3
liiuor Control fiosd ori
i or displayed by til:
Merry ChrUtmaitveryOi
\ A Gibsons, B.C.
evepybodv in
worry for you
We have the Gift to please any taste
Slims — Blouses — Jewelry — Gloves — Scarves
Dresses ■— Skirts — Sweaters — Coat*
Fancy Lingerie — Dressing Gowns — Hose
ifH    Travelgard Luggage — Blankets — Sheets
■XX...     v.;kf-ft**«_    GIFT CERTIFICATES IN ANY SIZE    ..
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:jco,y ■: ■■ customers'
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Thriftee Ladies Wear
OPEN 9 to 9
20,  21 &  22
It's Different
Its Fun
Bring the family and have an enjoyable evening
of Bowling by moonlight
Strike on the GOLD Mil) Pi Win a FREE jane
Wednesday, Dec. 26 to Saturday, Dec. 2ST— 7-11 p.m.
Xmas Day
Dec. 25
New Year's Day
Jan. 1
k     Fri., Dec. 21
7-9 p.m.
Sat., Dec. 22 and 29
l-U p.m.-y __
Sun., Dec 23 and 30
...■w. 1-6 pan.,
Mon., Dec. 31
7*11 pjn.
Boxing Day
Dec. 26
7 to 11 p.m.
Mike Sirnian and The Troubadours
k   Direct from Vancouver and The Hollywood Bowl       k
Roberts Greet Community Hall
Admission $L50
Regular League Bowling Starts Wed., Jan. 2, 1963
Phone 886-2086
Time 10 to ?
Everybody welcome
CATERED BY ROBERTS CREEK PARENTS AUXILIARY Seehelt News  (By Mrs., A.-A. FRENCH).  Mrs. C.,G. Lucken entertained  the Auxiliary" to the Royal Canadian Legion' >14fr "at the vanrifaal  ^Christmas party. Present were  ^Mesdames. Batchelor, F. .Ritchie',  16. Ritchie^ Mitchell, Gray, Biggs,  Toster, Henley ^ Thompson,' Menkes, Mayne, Kraft, Waters, Thor-  ��' oldj Marsh, Kennedy, J. Oibsoh,  Bingy, Browning and Burrell.  Mrs. S. Dawe was elected president of St. Hilda's Anglican W.A  at the annual meeting. Mrs. S.  E. Redman is vice-president;  Mrs. F, French, secretary; and  Mrs. F. Stone, treasurer. Mrs.  W. B. Billingsley is pasf "president Mrs Dawe is secretary of  Little Helpers; Mrsf. Stone, Girls'  auxiliary secretary,- and Mrs  French, Living Message secretary.  0.CC-IR  (By "GOALIE")  the welfare of the Peninsula and  Church.  (Shuckhs _. by C^RTWBIG^y ,^,X:-��eel $?U::3M��Hlf&%Jim0  Coast News, Dec. 20, 1962.  Every car should have a lifeguard ��� you.  GIBSONS  niniiinMiTii  CENTRE  R. WHITING, D.C.  10 to 12 a.m. ��� 2 to 6 p.m.  Evening appoinitasnls  CLOSED- WEDNESDAY  Marine Drive, near  Gibsons Municipal Hall  886-9843  West Vancouver Essos 3,^ Gibsons Select 1.  The above game was played on  Faturdajf ajfterhoon, at the Elementary School, and, resulted in  a win for the visiting teamk f  The Vancouver teahi displayed a skilful, fast brand of .team  work, and by using the, ball, just  deserved their two goal margin,  although it should be noted that  on at least one occasion the woodwork came to the rescue of a  well beaten Vancouver goalie  With a steadying influence in the  Gibsons forward line, this game  could have quite easily ended in  a tie.  The return game will be played  in West Vancouver sometime in  mid-January, and any adult support would be welcomed at this  game.  The Soccer Club raffle was  held on Saturday afternoon at  the same time > as the Merchants  raffle, and winners of the two  hampers were E. H. Gill of  Granthams, and Bill Davies of  Gibsons.  We thank the merchants and  the parents, who donated items  for the hampers, and our appreciation goes to all who supported  the raffle.  Owing   to inclement   weather  all league games were cancelled  on Sunday, Dec. 16.-The regular  league schedule will resume on  Jan. 6.  ified.oiF^l>^tunities��^- ���*'W^SI?f^'lff$  "if est  interest.  John, K. MacLeod,- ���  : 2876; West .30th  Ave..  ."..' ..Vancouver-8.  Editor: Re your article on raccoons. They . don't" wash their  food. We fed orie^ family: of raccoons every day for over two  years, and .they would come to  us with muddy feet: and, take the  food from our-hands. They never  stopped to wash anything. I think  this story is a myth. XI x  Harold P. Allen:  SPIRITUAL EXPERIENCE  The spiritual experience of  Christmas, and what it means to  ordinary people is the essences  of a 90-miriute dsam.a, A^Cradle  of Willow, by DorothyWright;''to  be seen on CBC-TV's Festival at  Klondike night draw wfunefrs Sn  liam Skellett jr., hamper; Ed  Rhodes, -doll and> Mrs. Gladys  Coates, bed. jacket.. This event  was the annual Klondike night  put on by the Royal Canadian  Legion branch 109 Ladies Auxiliary^,.        ���'.'���.'���'. .;...;   ���;,-.���"  ���.  ���    ... ...;.  '-�����_a_____5c_i-  ��E______s3r  TOWING SERVICE  Peninsula Motors  Phone  DAYS;;��� 885-2111  NITES"��� 8S5S155 "  886:2693  "Aren't you tired trying to keep up with the  Jone*'*?"  LETTERS TO THE EWTOR  JANITQR WANfED  - A part-time janitor is required for Port Mellon Elementary  School, effective January 1, 1963.        ..."���"_".'.  For particulars concerning hours of work and duties please  contact Mr." H. J. Chaster, Maintenance Supervisor..  Applications will be received; until 5 p.m. on December 27,  1962.  The Board of School Trustees,  School District  No. 46   (Sechelt)  j5����C����te*5��F���i*t������^^  Editor: The past performance  of Mr". Davie Fulton as a cabinet  minister of the Crown has been  a long series of fumbling mistakes. He has yet to make any  particular contribution tc the stability of our national government.  He has mostly been a thorn in  the side of the  prime minister.  He-has shown absolutely-no  leadership; iiiy theyareas of rhis  responsibility Vja'jS f a ;minister of  the;Crown,y;and a glarihg^exani^  pie; / was;' ~$tieXfiasco yduring f the  Newfoundland strike, of the 1;WiA.  when he failed to carry out promises made to the Premier of1  Newfoundland in supplying adequate RCMP,. When the decision  was made by the federal government to renege on the agreement  with Newfoundland regarding police action, the Hon. Davie Fulton running true to form as a  iwishy washy cabinet -minister,r���  shuffled    the   responsibility    to  Mr. Fulton Has fallen when his  prime minister reshuffled his  cabinet and moved him: from the  chief justice portfolio tof the last  rung on the ladder ��� minister of  public works..    xXyZ     y k  Now the same man,; Mr. Fulton, with great; irresponsibility  and complete disregard of integrity now feels, that the Conservative party fan the .federal government are on their way out,* and  he leaves a sinking ship to try  again to fumble and stumble his  way through the provincial political field by seeking the leadership of the. B.C. Conservative  party. ; -Irving Morris'���'. \  Vancouver.  Ililllop Building  life  k             Gibsons, BC.  -":.'';": ;i*^il3t tJfew^'" closfeii^ ���'  fr��3m ]De%  Editor:   I am a  summer  and  .weekend   resident    of    Sechelt,  B.C.   I  am also a  taxpayer in  good standing there, yet I never  ��-receive a notice of annual School  meetings,    Hospital. ,K plebiscites,  the senior officer of the RCMP  provincial: elections A  Christmas SUppers^  The gift for all the family  **-.  VARIOUS COLORS AND> STYLES  GIFTWRAPPElb  tes  Men & Boys Hush  Women's up to size 11  | Curses anilSbe Accessories  Wigard'sh BMoe Store  ''yk       O X,....^k ---'^'    '-'-��������������� "���--.-������������    XZ^  Phone 885-9'ol9 ��� SECHELT  instead of resigning at once.  As minister of justice, Mr. Fill-  ton  continued inklusjirresppnsi^  ble and negative manner in placing the Doukhobors  in a prison  g   'iri the generalfarea 'of fthe Douk-  hobor settlement A when thef piro^  '-vincial;:'.goyernMent'^':f'aii^orities  were pleading [with^'-hMfft^'.'.disr-  perse 1iiem:yto:'';prisohsf''''thrpiigli-  s out Canadafso Jthait ^sueh^a: ftrek/  :as we fhaye experienced in' this  province would ���' hot take, place. A_" >i  Off/ his power policies and ac-f k  tion/ -Ms  iir^pnal;; statements ;/f  have been proved entirely wrong  and have caused embarrassment-  to his prime minister and to his  cabinet  colleagues   tor such   an ���:!  extent   that  he  was   called   on  y  -the  mat,   particularly  when   he   .  left the Canadian parliament and  jrki4$clredkake^  our good friend and neighbor, the  United  States of America. This k  caused a breach in international    _���_'.  relations at' a time that was vmost XX  critical between the two governments in~ consolidating   a   very    y  important issUe.such as the Col-;:   .  umbia  River '��� development.  This '������  illustrates that point quite clear-    ;  ly 'just how rar down the scale'   y  S' Who decides: that I shall pay  ^11 tax increases >.and levies with-  jiout^h '���. opppHunityf to,'vote on  Asaxakl I am ���yefy  interested in  Jim larkman W Service  Radio Repairs  Phone 886-2538  We have relinquished the mail courier service  After Jan. 1, 1963, we will devote our  whole time to TV service In association  with J. J.- Rogers & Co. Ltd., Fleetwood  TV and appliances at the Sunnycrest  Shopping Centre.  k THE COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON        *  ,*rV  ^���*v?  i**?.  \.  r&  **  at the  L J. Rog^m  Sunnycrest  Rrin0ywu^^  '/���������/Z.:: :������     ' ;������":������: ' ':'������ ���    '">���"���;;   ������������X'���.-������>���������' X "v '">.-,;/ *���.  ihgfollowvi^^  /A/   THURS., and FKl. -:>0 16 12 nobn, 2 to 6 & 7 to 9 p.m.  AlxAAA::-. SATIJIU^AI^^- 10 ^to 12 noon arid 2 to 6 p. mi Ax-  .   -,G!ai/T����tf^ IVX>.:   X XXyy/\rs,xJ  l::U   .V :4:..'jz   Ii/.  r>X.;- -;.y.y    ,   v  v For 1^  Donkey or ^n Elephant ^^  For Teenagers there is a $15 record draw  Ticket with every dollar sale  525?inSr  (a BaC. favorite because of the  j.r-i  (mimy  THE CARLING BREWERIES (B.C.) LTD.  P9268-2  .This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia. ��� TRUE TALES Anglicans start great manhunt  Cindy was her name and an apt  name too, for the bearer who is  featured in this story has much  in common with the Cinderella  of the fairy tale. Cindy was abandoned by her thoughtless owners '  at the age of seven months luckily was found by a Fairy Godmother who took her in charge. Now  F.G. couldn't keep Cindy having  already several-animals: of -her  cwn but she was pretty sure that  she could find a good home for so  #   ������*;;..*;..���  beautiful a pup   who  was  also  good  natured   and fond of children.  Very soon Mr. New Owner  came along and was delighted to  have Cindy. He already owned a  collie who was getting along in  years and was happy to find that  his elder tenant didn't object to  the pup. All settled down happily  and everything,went well for two  years. Then came ftrouble: Cindy  grew.into a full-blown lady with  fully-developed ���appetites ��� all  appetites be it noted ��� and there  you had two frustrated ladies  constantly getting on each others  nerves until it developed into constant fightings an<j it was decided  by Mr. N.O. that they would have  to be separated. kk"    '���,',.'  So back went Cindy with tears  and regrets to Fairy Godmother.  Again a good home was found  ��� then another and another until in all seven homes had been  tried and from each of which  Cindy was returned just hot suitable���unable to settle down it  seemed. F.G. conscious that all  that unsettlement was doing a  great deal of harm, put an ad in  the paper stating the case fully  and appealing for a final and understanding home. ������;���.;  Hardly was the newspaper issued than a knock came to her  door and there stood Mr. N.O.  again. Had come at once to see  if perchance the dog was the old  Cindy. .His old collie had died  five months previously leayin^va  nasty gap in the' family^ Home,  she went, wild with joy and lived  the model of propriety happily  ever after.  9307  SIZES     10-20  h  New maternity fashion! Discover the flattery of this flaring  shape with side pleats that release extra fullness when you  need it.  Easy-sew.  Printed pattern 9307: Misses'  sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size  16 requires 4% yards 39-inch  fabric.  FIFTY CENTS (50c) in coins  (no stamps, please) for this pattern. Print plainly SIZE, NAME.  ADDRESS and STYLE NUMBER.  Send order to MARIAN MARTIN, care of the Coast News,  Pattern Dept., 60 Front St. West,  Toronto, Ont.  YOU'RE INVITED to a  Fall-.  Winter   fashion spectacular���see  100 styles to sew in our new Pattern ��� Catalog.   No matter what  size, you'll find it!  35c  The greatest manhunt in British Columbia's history has been  launched by laymen of the Anglican Church.  Wanted are 200,000 missing  Anglicans who declared their  faith in the 1961 census but are  not recorded on parish rolls.  For .several months laymen  have been quietly building an or-  ' ���: .  - '���' \ . ���' : '   ���  CNIB successful  in financial drive  The Peninsula Branch of the  Canadian National Institute for  the Blind last month completed  another successful annual campaign for funds. ,-���,  E. N. Henniker, chairman of  the branch, announces a total of  $1,076.77 was collected for the  whole district from: Fort-Mellon  to Pender Harbour, "evidence  again; of the devoted... effort of  the volunteer canvassers as well  as the generosity of the local  residents.  To all its volunteer helpers and  donors who helped achiev the sat.  isfactory total of collections, the  local branch and the Canadian  National Institute for the Blind  in British Columbia expresses  its grateful thanks for a job well  done and its best wishes for the  Christmas season and the year to  come. .  ganization to seek out these people. Their efforts are fully backed  by the church.  The call to action was pinpointed recently by Rev. A. LeDrew  Gardner in a sermon outline for  Layman's Sunday: "The future  of the Church rests in the hands  of the laymen. It doesn't, rest in  the hands of the bishops, priests  and deacons alone. The Church  will be-"What the men of - the  Church make it."  The case of the "Census Anglicans" has also perplexed clergymen throughout the province.  Rev. William Hillary of Str Mich  ael's Church, Vancouver, and editor of the 'Anglican News said:  "This deliberate assumption of  membership on the part of so  many who seldom, if ever, take  occasion to make it known is  somewhat of a * mystery.  "The old 'C. of E.* status in  the armed forces did have some  virtue in that the chaplain knew  the soldier in his regiment could  not hide himself. But in civilian  ��� life, where are all these Anglicans?  "Is this information, which is  voluntarily given to the census  takers, a 'status symbol,' a sop  ?"-st^^^����!atg8ce55^a^ts!ei��ig^��a!Q  to the conscience, or just a sign coast News, Dec. 20,-1962.  that the person doesn't want to      __���  be left out of something which is Brake trouble? Tell it to your  part of the pattern of society?" mechanic, not a judge.  Don's Shoe Store  Gibsons, B.C.  ���tit  G.E. Sicotte  BULLDOZING  SERVICE  Gibsons, B.C.  %a____a_K___K_>��>>i9_t9aa��S)K!  (Greeting a  A. xi^ harmony with our  best Christmas wish est  Earl's Agencies  Gibsons, B.C.  Bill, Dorothy and Chris  Village Bakery ��� Sechelt  CHRISTMAS  t. g.rf|fifSN|s";'"  Tingley^  Sechelt, B.C.  Management and Staff  A^zV**y >Metry  k Christmas To All  David VvslroHi  PAINTER  Gibsons, B.C.k  &8&&^^  This advertisement'is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or the Government of British Columbia.  Only 4 Shopping Days Left  MORGANS MENS WEAR sm COMING, EVENTS  Deer -31, -Kinsmen Club New  Year's Eve-Dance, 10 p.m, to ?  School Hall,' Gibsons.  Jan. 1, .Visit Roberts Creek Legion New Year's Day between 1  and'5/p.m. ''-'k  .'      -  REAL [STATE  CHRISTMAS GREETINGS   }  In lieu of local greeting cards,  a donation will be made to- St.  Mary's- Hospital Society, To our  many ' friends on the Sunshine  Coast, 'Season's Greetings.  Mr. and Mrs. Colin Wingrave  .and girls.  Matt and Minnie Huhtala wish  all >their friends in the district a  very Merry Christmas and Happy NewsYear. In, lieu of cards,  donation will, be sent ..to City  Mission.  Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jorgenson  of Redroofs-wish their friends a  Merry Christmas and a Happy  New ,Year.' A donation i_s being  sent to Salvation Army.  Christmas Greetings >to my dear  friends, to St. Hilda's Church and  choir, to the Legionaires, Branch  240, Sechelt, to the doctors and  staff of St. Mary's Hospital. Also  many thanks to all who have so  kindly sent me greeting cards,  messages and gifts.  Mrs. Dorothy Erickson,  Holy Family Hospital,  780 Argyle Drive  Vancouver 15, B.C.  '9+1**1���***9 *** -H_  To all my dear friends   on the  Sunshine  Coast, I  wish, a  Very  Merry Christmas  and   a Happy  New Year.  J Mrs. H. Reichelt,  Edmonton, Alta.  We would like to say a Merry  Christmas and a Happy "63" to  .   all friends and neighbors on the  y Peninsula.  f  Mrs.:. Ann Gordon  and , Mary,  DundeekSTOjrtaiid^^i '.'___'-.  iWe wish all our friends a Merry  Christmas and a Happy New  Year. In lieu of sending cards a  donation has been made to O.E.S.  No. 65 Cancer Fund; k  Flo and Fred Schuett.  Weddings _. ___________  Mr. aiid Mrs.  R. A. Russell of  Gibsons announce the wedding, of  their son, Donald Russell to Miss  :fEdith Crozier; -daughter of 'Mr; ���������  ;<and Mrs. J; E. Crozier  of Vic-f  ktoria,   RLC.   Weddingy wiilyjalcf*:  yplace Dec. 29; fat Holyrood House  kvicrtoria; &C. f ly ."'������ ���'" y: ������ /     ������ ���  -CARD OF THANKS  I wish to thank my many friends  ..Who sent me get well cards while  : I Was'a patient in "St; Joseph's  Hospital,  k        f N: Burton.;  Many   thanks  to  all   the  kind  friends    who    sent    cigarettes^  "cards and good wishes during my  stay in hospital.       Don Head.  DEATHS  PHILLIPS ��� Passed away  suddenly December 16, 1962.  Charles Henry Phillips of Egmont, B.C. Survived by his  loving wife Viola, 3 sons: David, Ronnie, Ralph. 1 daugl*-  ter, Mrs. Carol McColl, Vancouver, B.C. 2 brothers, Reginald, Egmont, B.C., James,  Pender Harbour, B.C. 5 sisters  Krs. James Johnston, Vancou-  er, B.C., Mrs. Winhifred Suhd-  quist, Pender Harbour, B.C.,  Mrs. John Herstead, Vancouver, B.C., Mrs Harry Hollings-  worth, Stillwater, B.C., Mrs.  Granville Hollingsworth, Quadra Island, B.C. and^his Stepfather, Mr. T. E. Robinson,  Pender Harbour^ B.C. One  grandson.  PHILLIPS ��� Passed ^away  suddenly December 16, 1962.  Michael Robert Phillips of Egmont, B.C. Survived by his  loving mother Mrs. Viola Phil  Eps. 3 brothers, David, Ronnie, Ralph. 1 sister, Mrs. Carol  McColl, Vancouver, B:C. and  his grandparents, Mrs. M.  Shaw, Burnaby, B.C., Mr. T.  E. Robinson, Pender Harbour,  B.C.  Funeral Services,for Charles  Henry Phillipsy and Michael  Robert Phillips' will .;���be -held  Thursday, December 20,v1962,  at 1 p.m. from the Egmont  Community Hall, Egmont, B.C.  Rev. Canon Alen Greene - officiating. Interment '-'^F^est  View Cemetery. Harvey /Funeral Home, Gibsons, Byp.,  directors. KA^y "���  . GIBSONS    <  1 acre ��� Fully serviced, view  property,   beautifully- treed   and  ' .secluded; can be subdivided. Full  price v$2,900.      , >   "  Fully serviced 2 bedroom basement home on fenced five acres.  Large* bright, anborite kitchen  Sun deck off spacious living  room. Auto-oil heating. On school  bus route. Full price only $10,500  terms. Call Lucille Holden (Res.)  886-7758.  ROBERTS CREEK  5 Acres ��� Treedl view property, "sloping gently to south. Easy  access from paved road. Full  price only $1,250.  Waterfront ��� 1.7 acres with  over 200 feet beach frontage. Can  be subdivided. Property cleared  and level. Full price $11,500.  Terms.  SECHELT.  Full basement ��� Modern 3  bedroom, fully serviced home on  landscaped lot,, centrally located. Auto-oil heating. Full price  $13,500,   terms.    \ -'  PENDER HARBOUR  Waterfront ��� Fully serviced;  selectively treed lots with 80 feet  frontage; year round moorage  and excellent fishing. Only five  remaining'. Priced from $2,750,  terms.  Call Frank Lewis (Res.) 886-  2644 or Gibsons office 886-9900.  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  GIBSONS     and    BURQUITLAM  Selma Park. $5250 FvP. 2 -Md-  room view home, large lot. Easy  terms.   ���    ."-.  y".k k.vy; y  View lot, small cabin, Selma  Park, $2250 F.P.  View lot; Porpoise Bay, Clear,  $2200 F.P. v f  ; West Sechelt. 2 large lots, small  cabin, good  water supply. $3500  f.p.- ��������� ."���'. ������-���:  i.   -  Porpoise Bay. $6500 F.P. 2 bedroom cottagekworkyshi^^ clean.  Large IxrtkTerms.'   k '     '  View  lot,   Davis   Bay,   Treed. .  : $1350 F.P; 10% down.  >*riCall  J.   Anderson,   885-9565,-.-..-'.  XX--'XX-4^  -.885-2161 . '., ,.'X. "'"���" ."���"  SECHEI* REALTY  6 INSURANCE AGENCIES  H. O. DUFFY, AGENT-OWNER  Phone 885-2161; Box 155, Sechelt.  Mdrieyrequired for first mortgage." Excellent   property,   good  " security.       Y Xy ���   ,  ;vy:'-r'"-iib��i6^vSPEciALJ ���  Yz acre with creek, cosy new  cabin,  close >in. $2,500   F.P.  65' view lot among hew homes.  $1,175 on easy terms. ,.  '������:. ���.������������.'''���   ; Z f    '���'���'.       4    '    ��� "���   ���'. Z.  For rent ��� cabin.���'suit pensioner. $20.  ;    '        PHONE 886-2191  "A Sign of Service"  H. B. GORDON  & KENNETT Ltd.  REAL ESTATE _   INSURANCE  Gibsons   -  ;   ; ';': ':������ ; X    Sechelt  ' <R. F, Kennett ��� Notary Public)  happy holidays  ... tO;v:6ne;^d.all- :...  ;k'.FBQM,:.,.:;  K. BUTLER REALTY  Box 23, Gibsons; B.C.  Owned and operated by  B. P.   (Kay) Butler  Phone 886-2000  PENINSULA PROPERTIES-  . Homes ._���'. Waterfront . Acreage  Business   properlyffi  Building contract^"**"  Mortgages .^  Sub-division consultants  Roberts Creek ��� Modern 2 br.  bungalow,.fireplace;,;$500 down,  iba'L $60 per month. JJ6500 f.p.  CHAtftES ENGLISH LTD.  REAL ESTATE        INSURANCE  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  GIBSONS, B>C..; y     PH. ^886-2481  PROPERTY FOR SALE .  4 : roomed House "with modern  bathroom, running spring Water  all laid in the house, 8 acres of  land, on Highway, and1 bus line.  Would' trade for a house on a '  lot. Mir; F. Roberts, R.R. 1, Mid-  dlepoint, Halfmoon Bay. - ���-  Private Sale., Comfortable 4 bedroom .home on 2Yz acres, grounds  landscaped. Excellent water sup-,  ply. Town and  school buses  at.  door.   Close  to   beach,   $12,500,  terms,   less for cash. Try  your,  offer. Box 654,-Coast News.  Waterfront lot in West Sechelt...  128 ft. frontage, water available.'  Ideal building lot. Apply J. Ek  Parker, Sechelt, B.C. :,'  FOR RENT  "By the   Sea;' Trailer Park  On beautiful beach near Gibsons.  Plenty  of   space for   recreation  and   garden.  Phone  886-9813.  WANTED TO RENT  Wanted to  rent   with option   of  buying,   2   bedroom   home  with;  amenities, preferably in Gibsons. \  Reasonable. Major A.  St. John-  McGill, 1941 Bellevue, West Vancouver.  2   bedroom    unfurnished   house  with basement in quiet area from  Gibsons to Langdale for Feb. 1,<  or Mar. 1. Phone 886-9594 or 886- ���  9971.  MISC. FOR  SALE  Bayview Gift Shop, Across from  Legion, Selma Park. Phone 885-  9757. Friday, Saturday, Monday.  Drop in and put your name in  the box for a-Dec. 24 free draw.  Browse - around. We still have  gift items from Vancouver, lovely dry-cleaned dresses, suits and  coats. A few new but shop-soiled  dresses. New hats cheap. Lots of  used clothing and shoes. Books;,  irons and toasters, etc. Pop for  sale. Free coffee.  A Merry Christmas and a Happy  New Year to all my friends and  customers and to all who have  donated articles and helped me  in:any way!  Mrs. D. Goeson.  Pedigree Labrador pup, 3; month  registered, gun stock, $50 or clp|r  est: Phone 885-4496. |y  1 10 gal. aquarium (completed  1 bird cage and stand. Phone 886-  ���S557;-; a, x':;AAylA'zz 4y-yx:^z  Cummins 14" electric drills,freg.'  $18.75,; how $15.95." Electric ;^ll  clocks reg; $9;95 now   $8.75. #11;  other clocks Sji^ watches ;cut^as^  ���_--���.1-J."i-.A-w_lC��_':-<i_-'4.1t -���__�� .*.!.:-*.�� . A -���**���*-���+'? Jt^t.  ANNOUNCEMENTS (Cont'd)  'i .k ''''���'���~l''j' ^i'''    ''''��� '-' 'r''^���'''''** :'^  ��� "'   '  Semng^^mlchixieftrpbirfe? -Call  thie rep&i mail/ 88^-2434^ v    WATER SURVEY SERVICES  HYDROPyRE . water sterilizer,,  water filtering systems, diamond  drilling, jack hammer work, rock  and .stump blasting. R.R. 1, Sechelt.  Phone 885-9510.  WORK WANTED  Watch Repairs  ;.-:&,:JEWELRY:k  MARINE MEN'S  WEAR  Phi 886^2116; GIBSONS  WATKINS PRODUCTS  W.H; Kent, Gibsons, 886-9976  Alcoholics Anonymous Phorie 886 ���  2179 or write Box 588, Coast  News.  For    guaranteed watch    and  jewelry    riepairs, see    Chris's  Jewelers, Sechelt. Work   done  on the premises. .         -:ytfn^,  '"'������       ��� ��� i  i '"    ' i .  PETER CHRISTMAS.  Bricklayer and Stonemason   :  All kinds of brick and stonework���-Alterations; and repairs  Phone 886-7734 \  VICTOR P'ApiJST  Painter;-^ Decorator  Interior -^_fExterior  Paper Hanging  First Class: Work Guaranteed  Phone 886-9652, North Road.  DAVID NYSTROM  Interior, exterior painting. Also  papenhangirfg. Phone Gibsons  8 86-7759 for free estimates. ,  TIMBER CRUISING  K.   M.  Bell,   1975  Pendrell  St.,  Vancouver 5, Ph. 685-6863.  NEIJSON'S  LAUNDRY  & DRY   CLEANING  FUR  STORAGE  Phone Sechelt 885-9627  or   in  Roberts   Creek,   Gibsons;  and Port Mellon Zenith; 7020  RADIO, TV, HI-FI  Guaranteed TV and Hi-Fi repairs  Phone any time, 886-9609.  Expert antenna repairs and installations. Phone 886-2318.  CARSy TRUCKS FOR SALE  1956 Dodge, / automatic sedan,  good condition, $750 cash. Ph.  886-2105.  '51- Nash/ *51 Chey|'57 Plymouth  automatic with radio. M. Rigby.  much*at?25%^'All Wishing U_|S^_  15% off. Sateiwrilli defihitely^eiid:-  Dec. 24.'f kk.--,f    ������X- Amz- l-\i  Z X-AXy Eafl^sy 886-9600 '.ZxA.,-,  .ww, 5:30f to 7 p.m.  Excellent Christmas present for  experienced^rider, "Arabian thoroughbred mare, excellent disposition, also western saddle, and bridle; Ph. Lynn  Vernon;' 886-9813.  ���MUSHROOM MANURE ;  Weedless, odorless, easy to handle, general purpose humus fertilizer, ideal for lawn dressing or  base, large and small fruits, vegetables and flowers. Ph.. 886-9813.  Used electric and gas ranges,  also oil ranges. C _ S Sales,  Ph. 885-9713,  Sechelt.  WAKOSp,  Piano for Community Hall, Appearance not 'important J.' Monrufet, Secretary^-Roberts Creek  Community Association.  1 old fashioned rocking chair  with large arms. Phone 885-2125,  Pair of snowshoes. Ph. 884-5325.  Lped furniture, or what have  you? Al's Used Furniture, Gibsons, Ph. 886-9950.  ANNOUNCEMENTS  , WALKER'S TOOL RENTAL  Cement mixer," saws,        V  sanders, transit, paint spray  ..-drills,   stapler'      . ��� ���'  V ���  , PHONE ARCHIE WALKER  883-2407  ���       ELPHINSTONE   CO-OP  Lucky   Number  ISt -��- 23391, Green  2nd ��� 33259, Yellow   '���'...  3rd��� 13133, Pink  December 15. ^  1952 3 ton Ford dump truck, good  condition, $450. Also 175 Canadien  chain saw. Phone Steve Bidiuk,  885^9780.  ���-���  V  V  *.*  IN LOVE WITH A  CERTAIN NEW CAR?  BurrricowwrrHA  Low.cosr, un-aavmMB  XXX xxx xxxx xxxx  xxx 5  XX  XXX  XXX  LOAN  THE BANK OF  NOVA SCOTIA  FUELS  ROBERTS CREEK FUELS  Fir  Inside Fir  Dry Cedar  Alder  ��� i*.  $10  $12  $.8  $9  Your wood as close as your  phone  Phone 886-2369  IN MEMORIAM  : KURTZHALS .��� In loving-memory of Mother, who passed away  Dec. 26, 1961, and Brother Allan,  who passed away on active ser-"  vice ove|rpeas, Dec. 18, 1944.  Gpd took them home, it was, his  Will''"'    A  '���:���-:>   :   ���,'���,������������������.-;������.  But in our hearts they live jrtilL  Ever remembered by The Family  STEED,  M. I.,  Dec. 24,  1961.  In loving memory  of  my dear  wife. '>.'.   ':.  One year has passed dear,  I am very lonely Pet.  Of you I'll never forget. * '  Am waiting for the call  To be with you again.  Your loving husband, Harry.  k   j^ merry-Christmas  ...   xA :--iiw*z    '':���:':������ :  k:,- AfHAPPY:-PffiW;YEAR^-'  .. iQlwed' for 'holidays Dec.' 23 ta  Jah; 8.       ' *''X X  Listings  wanted.  EWART McMYNN  REAL ESTATE -INSURANCE  Marine   Drive, f Gibsions  Phones:   886-216fcy;R��s.k,  A ROBERTS CREEK  i CREDIT UNION  '���'!';    , .      Sechelt, B.C.  -Members please send pass books  "iii{for posting of dividends.  $1 in. free  STANLEY  merchandise as an extra 'bonus for each'  STANLEY  PARTY  booked  and  held in*January. Mrs. Emerson,  R.R. 1. Sechelt, 885-9510.  *r . .��������*; nr  ,     ,,,,.    ��� ,,, tt-t^':  iryou a'fe^om^ ';  ing a change;|jwn;^^?not start  rtOW?kk-":y'���',-''"'*'     XyZy.''- 4:y,  We have some very "nice pro- .  perties. of all/descriptions; at end...  of'���' seasohypicices. Why' not drop-  in and talk it over with Charlie  King or Ed Surtees at  AGGETT AGENCIES LTD.  Sechelt  Or phone  885-2065 days  885-2066 in the evening.  Piano tuning, regiMating, repairs.  Robert B. Spears. For appointment Phone 886-2324.  Tree falling, topping or removing lower limbs for view. Ih-  aured *oik from Port Mellon  to Pender ��������� Harbour. Phone  886-9946, Marven Volen.  PEDICURIST  Mrs. F. E. Campbell  Selma Park, on bus stop.  Phone 885-9778 for  appointment.  COAL & WOOD  Alder $10                  '  Maple, $12  Fir $12 delivered  Bone dry old growth fir, $14  Clean hand picked fir  millwood, ��0  Dntmheller hard coal  $32 ton, $17 % ton, $2 per bag  TOTEM LOGS .���' $1 per box  PHONE 88S-9902  R. N. HASTINGS, North Rd.  Gibsons  '   ���  PETS  Puppies for Xmas. 8 weeks old.  reg. stock Rhodesian Ridgeback  Mrs. MacLean, YU 7-1203, 1300  E. 24, North Van.  Woman m% ��echelt>f baby .sittingZx  any time. Phone 885-9540.'"  Concrete . can ..be supplied and  poured; at ready-mix prices,-winter months only, f A. -: Simpkins,  Phone 885-2132.      ; \  Do you need help with your  Christmas dinner preparations?  If so, phone Mrs.-Smith* 886-2365.  LOST  ; 3 year old part pom , dog,, buff  shade, answers to Buffy; "License  No; 15. Phone 886-2009.  FLORISTS  Wreaiths and sprays. Lissi-Land  Florists: Phone 886-9345, Hopkins  Landing.  ANGLICAN  St. Bartholomew's, Gibsons  r.     11:15 a.m., Matins  11:15 a.m.,  Sunday School  7:30 p.m.,  Evensong  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  3-p.m.; Evensong  ���'. 11 a.m., Sunday School  St. Hilda's, Sechelt  9:30 a.m., Holy .Communion  ilfafm./ Sunday;School  St. Mary's, Pender Harbour  11 a.m:k Church Service  and Holy  Communion  CHRISTMAS DAY SERVICES  St. Bartholomew's  8:30 a.m., Holy Communion  St. Aidan's  10:00 a.m., Holy Communion -'.-,  St. HUda's  11:30 a.m., Holy Communion  Church of His Presence, Redroofs  11 a.m., Churchf: Service  and Holyf Communion  DECEMBER 30  St. Bartholomew's  11:15 a.m., Matins  11:15 a.m., Sunday School  St. Aidan's  3 p.m., Evensong  11 a.m., ���"Sunday   School  St. Hilda's  7:30 p.m., Evensong  11 a.m., Sunday   School  Legion Hall, Madeira Park  2:30 p.m.,"Christmas Service  k      and Holy Communion  k UNITED  Gibsons      r,  11 a.m., Nursery  11 a.m., Sunday School  11 a.m., Divine Service  ..   .Roberts Creek  2 pirn.; Divine Service  Wilson Creek  11 a.m., Sunday School  3:36 p.m., Afternoon Service  COMMUNITY CHURCH  Port Mellon  United Church Service 9:15 a.m  1st, 2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays  Anglican Service 7:30 p.m.  1st Sunday of each month  Anglican Communion   9:30   a.m:  3rd Sunday of each month  BAPTIST  Bethel Baptist, Sechelt  10 a.m., Sunday School  11:15 a:m., Worship Service  7:30 p.m.,   Wed., Prayer  Calvary Baptist, Gibsons  9:45 a.m., Sunday School  7:30 p.m.,. Evening Service  Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. Thurs.  ST. VINCENTS  -Holy Family, Sechelt, 9 a.m.  Most Pure Heart of Mary,  Gibsons, 10:30 a.m.  ...  CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS  Church Services  and Sunday School  each Sunday at 11 a.m.  Roberts Creek United Church  Radio Program: The Bible  Speaks to Y ju; over CJOR. 600.  1:30 p.m. every   Sunday  PENTECOSTAL  Gibsons  11 a.m., Devotional  10 a.m., Sunday School  7:30 p.m., Evangelistic Service  Tues., 7:30 p.m., Bible Study  Fri., 7:30 p.m., Young People  Sat., 7:30 p.m., Prayer  Glad Tidings Tabernacle  9:45 a.m., Sunday School  11  a.m.; Morning-Worship  7:30 p.m., Evangelistic Service  Tuesday. 7 p:m., Prayer Meeting  Friday, 7:30 p.m.. Rally  All parents were invited to the  Enrolment and Christmas party  on Dec. 12 of the 1st Roberts  Creek Brownie Pack.  After looking in the Magic  Pool* Tweenies Shelly Danroth  and Corinne Paquette were presented with their pins by District^^Commissioner,^^Mrs. E,;yrho-  mas and are how Brownies working for their Golden Bar.  On display were the stuffed animals made by; the Brownies during November and December in  the make-believe atmosphere of  Santa's Toy Shbpk These toys are  to be sent to :the^Crippled Children's Hospital, Vancouver Island as the Brownies' good turn  for Christmas; The/Brownies are  also sending their Fairy Gold to  the Empty Stocking Fund in Vancouver:. .  For entertainment the Brownies presentedka playlet entitled  Miss Muffitt, starring Dena  Blatchford as Muss Muffitt. Several selections of Christmas car-  ,ols were sung., .������.     ���.'���.���'���'������:���,-  Refreshments supplied by Mrs.  R. Paquette consisting of Christmas cookies, some decorated as  Brownies, arid others in the  Christmas theme, were enjoyed  by all.  Presents from the Christmas  tree were given out and candy  filled Santa Clauses made ">y  the Brownies were also taken  home.  A Brownie prayer read by Linda Gauvin was read and Taps  sung to bring.the meeting to a  close. "������;���  Many tongues  The ability at this time of the  year to say "Merry Christmas"  in many languages would seem  in order. Therefore what follows  are ay few ways you can greet  your friends from foreign lands.  Bohemia, Vesele Vanoce.  Bulgaria, Chestita Koleda.  Croatian,' Sretan Bojic.  Denmark, Galedelig Jul.  Wales. Nadolig Llawen.  Ukrama,. Srozhrestvom Kriso-  vym.:; XZ    ���"''     ��� '; ���  Spanish speaking countries, Fe-  liz Navidad. ..'���'���,  Portugese (Portugal, Brazil),  Boas Festas.  Poland, Weselych Swiat.  Italy, Buone Feste Natalizie.  Germany, Froeliche Wienach-  ten'i;;-  France, Joyeux Noel.    .  Ireland. Nodlaig Mhaith Chug-  hat.  AUSTERITY   VICTIM  At a recent meeting of executives of the Canadian Home and  School arid Parent-Teacher federation arid of the Ontario and  Quebec provincial federations, it  was decided that the department  of health and national welfare  would be asked again to produce  a sequel to the excellent booklet  on The Child from One to Six. It  is indicated that The Child fromv  Seven to Twelve is delayed because of the current austerity  program.  BAZAAR DRAW WINNERS  Draw winners at the Roberts  Creek Royal Canadian Legion  Ladies Auxiliary f bazaar ' were  Fred Skinner, door prize; Mrs.  Lau, weight of cake and doll;  Mrs. Swanson, mystery box; grocery hampers, Mrs. Bernard,  ticket 167, Mrs. Berge, ticket 112  and Joe Latham, ticket 383. All  winners except Mr. Latham are  from Roberts Creek. The auxll-  . iary thanks all who helped make  the event a success.  "TIC"  PAYNE LEAVING  George Flay of Sechelt has  been appointed Scoutmaster of  the 1st Wilson Creek Boy Scout  Troop. Mr. Flay is replaci/ng  Corp. "Tic" Payne, RCMP, who  is being transferred fro*", this  area. Corp. Payne has served as  Scoutmaster for the pas; fivo  years.  INDIAN TB RATES DROP  Back in 1943 the death rate  from tuberculosis among Canada's Indians and Eskimos was  G26 per 100,000. The Dominion  Bureau of Statistics has now published the rate for 1961 ��� 20.6 per  100,000.  To The LINEAL DESCENDANTS OF Mr. G. W. GIBSON  The Gibsons United Church, having moved to a new  location, has offered to sell Block E, D.L. 686, Plan 3130  (Old United Church property) to the Municipality to be used  as a park in perpetuity.  Because the property has a cemetery on it, the Public Utilities Commission requires the approval of the lineal  descendants bf Mr. G. W. Gibson prior to the transaction  being carried out. Would any or all lineal descendants of  Mr. G. W. Gibson notify this Office of satisfaction or dissatisfaction with the proposal.  JULES A. MAINIL, Clerk PUNCH AND JUDY  HANDEL'S MESSIAH  A special 45-minute program of  Christmas  music from Handel's.,.  .A  .#?"!�� .-Pun<*??*,^"%->^,^%^^  Messiah wilt& carried, on Tues-..   show- will������ ^presented- <WvCBG-"^^\niH  day; rfefc'25' at 9:15 a.m. on the    T^.s Fnday Islan�� - Dec->>  CBC-TV "network.    '������������''-   r f : .. :'-���' '���     P'm'  '   "SJ?.- .  t5��. . ���  FAMOUS   SOPRANO.  premiere  of  a-newly'.composed  and our best  wishes for  a   cheerful  CHRISTMAS  B & J Store  Halfmoon Bay  I TO ALL AT CHRISTMAS  _�����"'"'���  I    Hassans  -;.<  5 MERRYCHRISll^AStbEVERYONE  We hope your holiday is grand.  ���; Frank and Al"     '-"        ���"'.  :,. k      SolnikTs Service  ^@e@��teif������(etst6^^  *      *  OUR MANY FRIENDS,  WARMEST WISHES!  L. P. and N. L. Hansen and families  ��  TO     WOU  AND THANK YOU FOR  YOUR GOOD WILL  Mary Romanchuk  Artiste Beauty Saloon  Gibsons, B.C.  Todd's Dry Goods  Gibsons, yB.C.  THIS IS OUR WISH  TO EACH OF YOU  AT CHRISTMASI  Radio Cabs  Gibsons  WISHING.YOU A  1 HOLIDAY FILLED  _  WITH HAPPINESS!  Flo and.Staff  Dutch Boy  Gibsons, B.C.  / Management and Staff  HOWE SOUND 5 - 10 - 15�� STORE  Gibsons, B.C.  727ttf> tfmcere appreciation for pour  patronage toe totetj pou anb pours a  C&rfetmatf ItlYeb tottf) Jiappp jo?t  ; "Con aind- Eleanor Fisher  Granthams Landing'.Store.  13-  3?'  WISHING  YOU-ft VERY  HOT HOLIDAY  Here's hoping that you  . and your loved ones  will know every joy  at this Yuletide season.  Sechelt  Bekuty Salon  j^!!���ieS^^^@g!StC!St@���t4ge3��t^^  Yuletide Joy  Tidings of cheer to  each and every onel  ���   Bob Kelly '  Kelly's  Garbage Collection  '���_  If  if*  and a Happy New Year to all' my patrons  'Doris Drummond  Doris Beauty Salon  i  Sj��iSh25ai^��(a2e:&*232i-2jS&s  \|k  ��� * _ ���i���  _�� m  -..TO EVERYONE ���  f  TO ALL OF YOU FROM ALL OF USl  .  ty Management and Staff  I & S Transport Ltd.  Gibsons, B.C.  -.'���"���������'. .'%  I     Gibsons Loggers & Sportsmen's Supplies  I Ltd.  . ,       ��� ��� A: t ��� . '-,''. v  w      May the wondrous  beauty of Christmas  bring contentment  to you and yours.  Charlie, Terry and Bob  Gibsons Shell Service  Our phone number is 886-9902 68 bed hospital  Ihe new 68 bed Providence  Hospital at Fort St. John was  opened oficially on Wed., Dec.  12 by Hon. Eric Martin, minister  cf health services and hospital  insurance.' ���  The hospital, a two-storey reinforced concrete building with ,fi��j-  basement^ "cost ' an estimated  81,743,866 of which the provincial  government- will provide grants  of   $853,703. , ^  Operated by the Sisters of  Charity of Providence, it will  provide a full range of acute-  care services, including diagnostic and treatment facilities, major and minor operating grooms,'  delivery rooms, and an emergen-'  cy department.  ,��� <���  Gitp of health and happiness we wish  for you at Christmas*  Management .artd Staff /,"''"  Jay-Bee Furniture andv Appliances';  -''Gibsons, '*B.Ck > i���      1. -  -   ,  /:  MAY YOURJCHRISTMAS BE BRIGHT  Charlie and John  Charles English Ltd.  I  K��d*��MM>)S@)*a_333339&iS3d_i^^  3gS*��  Jack Marshall  Marshall Plumbing  & Heatilig  Gibsons. B.C.  ��5����?��,��,��t����������,���<C,��l��t������t����^����l��,��^^'  J  Osker and Kitty  Black and White Store  Gibsons, B.C.  ���I    <   *<*i  Coast News, Dec.��20, 1962.  ers to meet  Lands ,and Forests Minister  Ray Williston will head a panel  discussion on the future of the  small logger as a feature of the  opening day of the Truck Loggers'  Convention Jan. 16.  Titled Can' the Small Logger  Survive Midst the Large Integrated Companies? the discussion  will involve Ross Douglas, of  Rayonier, Inc.; Dean Tom Wright  of the UBC Department of Forestry, andyBob Malpaiss. past  president of the Truck Loggers'  Association, r ,  -The three - day- - convention, *  ���B.C.'s largest/will be held'Janu--  ary 16-18 -at^ the Bayshore Inn.  '  Standard Motors  Sechelt,  B.C.  ��!��e��^����?3^��e����3>s*��������!��R  A. Joyous  Christmas i  to all of our  friends and patrons  Stan and Ivy  (���ibsons Bakery  ��ss__aa___m__M9t9>ad___tisaS  WE WISH OUR FRIENDS  A SHINING HOIIDAYI  VJ  Vkmamr '    .  Jerry and John  & ���":  ��� t �����  I  To all of you from ail of us...our  most sincere wish for your happinessl  ���y Margaret and Digby  Irwin Motel  r*S^^J��fi;3SiSi,ae;;Si3^3:3}S3��lS<5;*5  '  S,aa_��_aaM*_S��_Wl3��^  Madeira Park Store  Madeira Park  e$t��C!6^��!&��@@&g^34S2g;3!���ietg4^^  ��� ��� and gladness to  yyl/drie and all  this Christmas!  ���   George Hill  Hill's  Machine  5?  S?  w  s?  v  s?  f  * MAY THE RADIANT JOY OF  THE TRUE YULETIDE  SPIRIT BLESS THE EARTHI  Budd and Ida  Shell Oil Distributor  -  Gibsons, B.C.  fjgMM___���aaa_u^��u^��i30i__��_a^  THE  CARLING  U 92 78-2  BREWERIES (B.CJLTD.  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.. THE MEDICAL CLINIC of Doctors R. A. Swan, E. J.  Paetkau, Walter, Burtnick, H. V. Morris and H. J. Hobson announce the Opening of an office in the old post  office building in Gibsons as of Dec. 18.  The telephone number will be 886-2221.  We are pleased to announce that Dr. fH. F. Inglis  will become an associate of this clinic on Jan. 1, 1963.  Scout council holds  it's monthly meeting  \,  To aM my customers  Thank you for your patronage while I operated my cafe  in Gibsons which is now closed. My new cafe will be 4727  Kingsway, Vancouver, opposite Simpson Sears, opening abdttt  January 10, hours 8 to 7, closed Sundays and holidays.  Mrs .L. M. Fisher, Mariner Cafe.    ,  Open till 9 p.m. Friday  and all day Monday  H. Bishop Ladies Wear  and Millinery  Deiter's  TV& Hi-fi Service  REPAIRS TO ALL HI-FIs ��� RECORD PLAYERS  TAPE RECORDERS ��� TRANSISTOR and CAR RADIOS  SAVE MONEY - BRING YOUR SET IN  Govt. Certified Technician Ph. 886-2346  or phone 886-9609 anytime  Jay-Bee Furniture & Appliances  GIBSONS  3r  S?  w  The monthly meeting of Elphinstone District Scout council  discussed future planning for the  development of Camp Earl Haig.  District Cubmaster G. Thatcher was presented by District  Commisioner N. Rudolph with his  Pack Scouter's Gilwell neckerchief, woggle, parchment and  Wood badge. This badge consists  of two facsimiles of the beads  forming the necklace originally  belonging to the chief who was  captured by the Scout founder  during the Zulu war.  On Dec. 12 the Roberts Creek  Group Committee held a success..  ful   parents   night   at   the   Cub  camp hall.   After a few games  ,and- the investiture  of 2nd Star  kCubyDoug Gibb and 1st Star Tom  ".mjrGodber, Mr. Rudolph showed  a- 'color   film   presented by, the  Yukon White Pass Railway show,,  ing the transportation of equipment used to set up an oil rig ab  Bell   Lake,   100 miles from   the  North Pole.  The Ladies Auxiliary provided  plenty of food and treats *for the  Cubs and. Scouts.  On .Dec. 14, Gibsons Group  Committee held a Going Up ceremony at the School hall, attend.  ed by a large crowd of parents.  , The following .Two Star Cubs  'went up to Scouts: David .Kennett  :and Elliott Trueman from the B  .Pack and Pat Beaudoin, Mike  " Corley, Ricky Gibb, Trevor Oram  - and Trevor Johnson from the A  ~fPack.        - r      ' _  Mr.   Rudolph    presented - Cub  1 Trevor Oram  with a picture of*  the founder, Lord Baden Powell  --for his accomplishment on earning, all   14   proficiency   badges,  r This is the top goal of any Cub  ���"and   Trevor, was   congratulated  ffor  his  effort.   Along   with   the  'knowledge which he learned   in  Cubbing he will also have a fine  "cillection to remind him of probably part, of  the best years of  his life. ..."  \ The District Council, Groups,  ijScouters and all the boys .wish  Tthe public a Merry Christmas  and posperous New Year.  AN INVITATION  ,   Roberts   Creek   Legion   members, yovite all tor-visit .them on  ' New Tear's Day. Doors,open at  1 p.m. and close atS.pJm. Elections  held:*' oh\Dec^-il4   resulted  as  follows:" President,  C.   Beeman; vice-president,' 'R. ��� Quigley;  sergea'nt-at-arms,   , W.   - Gilbert;  executive, N. Ball,  J'. Thatcher,  J. Thyer'and. G. ��elchen; treasurer,   T.   Shaw;   secretary,    G.  Mortimer  and   chaplain,   Padre  Harbord.  Coast News, Dec. 20, 1962.  . DEVOTIONAL PROGRAM' >  Christmas Eve at St. James',  a - special l devotional program,  will be presented on the CBC radio arid television networks? from  Toronto, Monday, Dec. 24y from  11:30 p.m. to 12 midnight.'  ROYAL. CANADIAN LEGION  -Branch 109  will hold its  Christmas Party  for children  SAT., DEC. 22  2 p.m.      k  Doris's  Style Bar  Sechelt,  B.C.  OPEN MON. & THURS.  NITES. UNTIL 9  p.m.  SPECIAL PROGRAM  = Actress Jane Wyatt will'be hostess to a roster of musical stars  for The Telephone Hour's Christmas program1 on Sunday, Dec. 23,  at 10 .p.m. on the CBC-TV network.  POSITION OPEN  An assistant secretary-treasurer is required for School  District No. 46, Secheit,'duties to. commence in-January, 1963.  Applicants must have-knowledge of bookkeeping and typing.  Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. Apply to the undersigned, giving particulars of experience and  references.  The Board of School Trustees, -  School; District   No. 46   (Sechelt)  Box 220 Gibsons, B.C.  Kinsmen Club of Gibsons  Present their Annual  SenMr's Eve Dance  School Hall  $6 per couple Buffet Supper  PRIZES, NOVELTIES  Dancing 10 to ?  4 Sharps from the Coconut Grove  Tickets from any Kinsman  sa  EXTRA HOLIDAY  BUS SERVICE  Dec. 22,: 24, 26, Jan. 1  'Leaving Sechelt 3 :,20 p.m.  Arriving Vancouver-      6:40 p.m.  Leaving Vancouver        6:45 p.m.  Arriving Sechelt 9:40 p.m.  SECHELT MOTOR TRANSPORT LTD.  KEN'S FOODLAND Free Delivery - Ph. 886-2563  Breakfast Sausage 45c lb.  Beef Sausage 45c lb.  Breaded Sausage    39c lb.  Skinless Sausage    39c lb.  00  E wish all our Sunshine Coast friends  a  very Merry Christmas  and  a  '%  Happy New Year.  3  ��  % PORT MELLON  } Mr. arid Mrs. Red Addison  | Tamarac Toastmistress Club  SECHELT  Mrs. J. B. Northcote  Mr.   and Mrs.   J. A. Macklin  | ROBERTS CREEK  S Madge Newman  %  Mr. and  Mrs. J.  H. Lidstone  g VANCOUVER  %  Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Emerson  | GIBSONS  H Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Pay  S? Mr. and Mrs. Fred Corley  | The  Wicklunds  is.  Mr.  and Mrs.  Fred Saunders  _\\%  Lois and Len Graham  f  Bud and Celia Fisher  5$  Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Peterson  W  Mr., and Mrs. H. Steinbrunner  w  Marybelle and Fred Holland  g  Mr and Mrs. Marven Volen  $j>  Mr.  and   Mrs. Hal Hammond  K  Mr. and Mrs. Bill Skellett Jr.  $  Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wardil  H   Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith  M��   Mr. and Mrs Fred Feeney  |J  Mr. and Mrs. Bill Feeney  ��<?   Mrs.  Mary Drew  ��w  Mr.  and Mrs. E. McDannald  Keith Wright  5^   Dorothy Cartwright  g?   Mr. and Mrs. Jock Peddie  gf  Alex and Florence Robertson  5? ����� ���    y  jf Instead of sending local  Christmas cards we have  ff donated $181.11 to Central Mission.  4  Jean and Bill Scott  Mr. and Mrs. A.  S. Trueman  Mr.  and Mrs.  Austin Craven  Jo! and Harry Mylroie  Walter and Inez HendrickSon  John and Mary Solnik  Mr. and Mrs. Earle Birigley  Mrs. Doris Drummond  Elsie and Dave Herrin  Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Adams  Albert Crowhurst  Norm, Juanita and Buddy  Johnson _.������/'  Mr.  and   Mrs.  James   Drummond  Mrs. Irene Kullander and  .Wayne  Mr. .and Mrs. Reg Godfrey  Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rees  Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Anderson  |2  Mrs. Melville Lovell *    "  Mrs. Sabeena Gardner  Lz'.-^y  and  Frank Bailey  Jessie E. Soames  Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Winn  Morris and Nancy Nygren  Jack and Doris Skellett  Edith and Dick Kennett  Clyde   and Dot Parnwell  Mr. and Mrs. Ron Oram  Mr.   and   Mrs.  Norman  MacKay  Mr. and Mrs. Fred  Stenner  Mr.  and Mrs. Alex Davidson  Mr. and Mrs. John Coleridge  Sr.  Yes folks KEN'S  is your best bet for  shopping-.ior fine  food f pry our  Xmas table  ���.': ';���        ".:'        .   W :X ��� ,:'���     :  Quality ��� ^Competitive  Prices  ALL ROUND SATISFACTION  IS   YOURS  AT  THE  FOODLAND  YOUR CHOICE OF SAUSAGE ��� AT LOW PRICES  FRESH OR FROZEN  All weights  COMPETITIVE PRICES  TURKEYS  -*mA9*   fffIC*  DncMcp?- Roasting Chickens-Hap  ,7 ^all7ttoes:'fo_.ti_3>  FANCY SAUSAGE,GARLIC RINGS  PEPPERONI'������.��� UKRANIAN ��� HUNTER ���SUMMER X.  ��� 1 SALAMI'��� LIVER- yX4Xy:Z  S!g!g8��S5SiS5g  3@��&tgt^!��gtge@g!gigi@i@gtgt��S!^^  M. J- B. COFFEE   16 oz^tin^  Reg.  93<��  >���������������������  790  HOME CURED BMOS, Back or Side  ,0 ���'���'#'. ROSE BRAND o F*f\  oCOOl)! MPWvmmm   3 ,bs. oyc  "������ LIMIT PLEASE     .  COMBINATION SPECIAL  1 NALLEYS 11 oz.  POTATO CHIPS     .......  1 NALLEYS CHIP DIP, all flavors    ... .....  REGULAR PRICE   $1.08  w  JAP ORANGES - BRUSSEL SPROUTS - GRAPES  CAULIFLOWER - CRANBERRIES - FRESH DATES  QUALITY IS GOOD ��� PRICE IS RIGHT  CHEESE OF ALL TYPES - Mild, Medium and Strong  SEE OUR KRAFT CHEESE DISPLAY   k  We have the best selection of XMAS CANDY in town  AT HAPPY PRICES .  CHOCOLATES ��� CANDY CANES .��� PARTY CRACKERS  GIFT WRAP ��� RIBBON ��� XMAS TABLE CLOTHES  etc ��� etc etc etc .'etc-ky'kketc  T^T?   C* R "FT* A \f   PALM ��� ALIj flavors ��� all sizes  lv><JI/.   V><XVr2>rVLVl    also Ice Cream ��� Snowballs ��� Partv L  also Ice Cream ��� Snowballs ��� Party Logs  Ken's Foqldland wishes to extend all the folks on the Peninsula  the Happiest Christmas ever.  KEN & AILEEN WATSON & STAFF ��� Ernies Dick, Mary-Ann, Nick. Joan, Bruce, Ron and Chet. As  the sounds of Christm as_ fiII the air���rn usic,  ;���      ���'���'     ���-���' .A   ���'''-'��� , ���   '   ���     A ��� "'      '     . ' $v      " .' .  77   ana words of greetings ���we join in,  <sinf Intf:out with gay wishes that your Holiday  ibus in every way..  WISHES   f��K   4:MECCy   CHRISTMAS  ANI) A HAPPy   NCM/   yEAC  Howe Sound Pulp Division  t-�� <**#$��  1  - $  f  Sr  s?  I'  KINGINO-INWITH  CHRISTMAS  WISHES TO All/  Andy  r  Hilltop Motors  GROWING WITH B.C. This reproduction is the first in a series of B.C. communities where'  newspapers belonging to . B.C.  Weekly Newspapers Association  are  published. The photo shows  fan air view of City ' of Duncan,  853 acres, pop. 3,750, chief urban  area of Cowichan Valley, midway  between Victoria and Nanaimo  on Vancouver Island and 60 miles  southwest    of    Vancouver   city.  Trading population of valley is  20,000. Logging/ saw-milling and  pulp are chief money-makers,  with .mixed farming and specialized lines like holly growing second in line. The valley appeals to  retired   couples   because   of   its  Warmest)  Wishes  Old-fashioned  Christmas  cheer we  send your  way in  hope (hat  it brightens  op jour Holiday!  Morgan's Mens Wear  Sechelt,  B.C.  equable climate and nearness to'  larger centres, including Seattle,  Wash. The districtlies immediately south of the 49th parallel of  .latitude. Photo courtesy Cowichan Leader, member of B.C  Weekly Newspapers Association.  I  ; i.     K  MAY YOUR YULE  BE AS BRIGHT  AS THE GLOWING  CANDLELIGHT! ��  Management and Staff  Calypso Cafe  Sechelt,  B.C.  Mary and West  Sechelt Shoe Renew  _,  j,     resifieetgeciCKg^^^^ceetc^^  We're sending you  this message with all  best wishes for the  Holiday.  MAY YOURS  BE A MERRY  CHRISTMAS!  %        CHR  %  Jeanettes  Beauty Salon  Selma Park  IDe 'Pray Chat Faith CDaij Sc *four Guide  And Chat Joy CDay <Ee ^our Companion,  Chis Christmas Season And Alwatjs!  Edith, Sam, Ethel and Jean  Thriftee Stores  Cris, Madge and Billie  Tasella Shoppe  Sechelt,  B.C.  ^^Jftft&S&rS;^^  CHRIS, ANDY AND STAFF  Violet, Gladys, Dianne and Al  Chris's Jewelers  Sechelt, B.C.  i  &3i&^^&iSi&&&&iSfe^ Proper use of color  help in Christmas decorations  gJfSStS^^iC^lC^'S^^^'S^^-^l^gtS's^  MacLeod  Plumbing g  and Heating  Sechelt, B.C.  sjsjsjsda^ssass^ss^sja^igsgsjs  TO ALL*** * -**��  A MERRY  CHRISTMAS!  Robilliard Electric  Sechelt, B.C.  Benner Bros. |  I FURNITURE AND PAINT STORE    - 4  a ������������������ m  U' Sechelt,  B.C. $5  * 1  9  '��  ���*"    X*��&?*.  _  ��  i  I:  ��*  I  s?  i  Greetings  II. Bishop Ladies Wear  Sechelt, B.C.  A coach-full  of best wishes for yoifr  MERRIEST CHRISTMAS  Management and Staff  Sechelt Motor Transport 1(1.  Some unusual and beautiful effects can be achieved by choosing the right color for your  Christmas tree, together with colored lights selected to complement your room decor.  For instance, your living room  has blue walls, furniture and rug  in blues, greens and white, you  might like to try a white Christmas tree, decorated with turquoise a:d green Lighted Ice  lights. Lighted Ice lights resem-'  ble a large globe with chips of  "ice" all over it. When lit, they  create a soft, wintry look that is  quite  unusual.  In addition, you can also use  the new white string and sockets  ���, available this year for the first  tirpe. They blend in beautifully  with a spray painted tree and en-.  hance the effect of your colored  lights. *  For a living room with white  walls, furniture and rug in burnt  orange and beiges, and dark  woodwork, a gold-painted tree  can look, elegant, especially when  decorated with red Sparkle lights.-  These are a rich magenta arid  they really do sparkle. For the.  traditional living room with green  walls, chintz-covered furniture,  and dark woodwork,- there is  nothing to equal the natural  green tree with a mixture of Glow  lights of various colors, f  A   gold   tree   decorated   v/gth  gold and white Lighted Ice lights  blends in with the more f���rmal;  living room with beige'walls and'  neutral furnishings.  Mixed Snowball lights on a  pink tree lends.: itself to the festive air if your living room color  combination  ik  mushroom   walls  mixed with greens, pinks and  . browns. Snowball lights come in  ^ix beautiful pastel shades when  lit. When turned off, they instantly become white as snowballs  ��� a lovely decorative light when  not burning.  A word about spray-painted  trees: use them carefully for  they can be; a very strong feature in a room. They are sophisticated and suit the larger living  ",ioom or a hallway. In addition  ��� they aire lovely as a small tree,  particularly    in     an    apartment  , -yiure they stand out without be-  'co.ivlng tco dominant. Spray-  painted trees are available in  various colors, but white, gold  and silver are colors that should  be used carefully.  k Simplicity   and  originality are  >t'/goals that/ should be kept in mind  ,/in   your    Christmas   decorating  -'plan.     Also    your     decorations  Vshould be related to the surroundings and to the spirit of the sea-  'f'son. For instance, in a room that  'has modern furniture and design,  j?your'C hristmas  decorations  should   be   simple,   emphasizing  ���line and form.  k Remember too, the proper use  ��� of color in; your. Christmas decorating scheme is very important  The traditional Christmas colors  .are -red..ahdf green, but other colors can be used f effectively to  supplement them and to give  bright accents or interesting contrasts. �����.  Above all, though, have lots  of fun decorating this. year. It's  a wonderful chance to try your  ingenuity and creative  ability!  If you are interested in Christmas decorating ideas, write today to PlO. Box 350, Station F,  Toronto, Ont., for a free booklet. '���-.".."���������'  g3����@��6SSg��g��6B��g!!@gSg��4S!��@g8��!^^  I  i  JfZ s*  8   i  tig   s?  OUR /  y MANY  THANKS  TO YOU  ALL, AND  TO ALL A   ,  VERY MERRY  ';. :x *.������������: .:\t>-.:���fr  CHRISTMAS!  Management and Staff  Gibsons Building Supplies  1  ft-  I  I  *3  ft;  1  Sj��i��!gl&S3��fSf��lig}2!��^��SSt^v2l5^^^  TO  ALL  OUR   FRIENDS  Hilltop Building Supplies  '-.���.. and...  Smith & Peterson Construction Ltd.  Gibsons, B.C. ..-������������  May you enjoy it as  much as we've enjoyed  being able to serve you,  Gunnar and Marilyn  Hip [(In Shoe Store  Sechelt, B.C.  Christmas  Greetings  TO ONE AND ALL  Fred Jorgensen  Barber Shop  Sechelt;, B.C.  �� '  _�� .���-���-���.������  E  MAY CHRISTMAS  GLOW WITH JOY  FOR EVERYONE t  Vera and Ann  Richter's Radio & TVJ  Sechelt,  B.C.  ^2^s^S!as^2^-s^&sg?fSiSi3gas_S  I  tn  1  P  3*  I  Florence Duncan and Staff  Sechelt Inn  ���SsS&^SS^JSSS^&Ssr^^^  <yr. ���. ���   .   , ���     ....���.-'..  w ���  ��   ���  Good Cheer To  All Our Friends  We sincerely hope that your holiday  season is filled with warmth and cheer    f  throughout.  WIN and JOHN TOYNBEE %  Cozy Court Motel 1  Sechelt, B.C. 5 * *���  Front door decorations  by Mary Fran Burke During Christmas season deco-  Decoraling Consultant, Canadian *   rating your front door is one way  General Electric Co:, Ltd. 0f   saying   Merry Christmias to  nn:  i,  P-yiv  %���  A JpYOfUS  CHBIS7MAS  Jean and Bill Lissiman  Lissi Land Florists  A BLESSED CHRISTMAS  Sincerely, all of us extend bur hope that  this holy season will Bring aU pi ^qjj  fulfillment of your dreams.   ;^ V..~~  Helen's Fashwn^  |��l__&:$l  your visitors, for Christmas is a  time of warm welcome.  ������ The traditional lighted Christmas wreath at the front door is  star lighted from "behind tops  the..display. To focus attention  on the creche light is used* behind the figures as -well as. illumination from a* floodlight  placed on the lawn,  a breath of Christmas itself and  r^ak"s, a handsome addition to  the decoration of the door. The  whole effect can be highlighted  by a floodlight placed in a swivel-  type holder overhead and pointed so that the deep green of the  wreath and the red of the ribbon are emphasized in a soft  white light.  y If your doorway is graced on  either side by two evergreen  trees, .frame the door with evergreen roping. Place two lighted  bells, tied together with a bright  red   or green  ribbon   over ^the  ddor so that they direct light on  the" doorway. Decorate the , evergreen trees and the roping with  strings of glow lights and metal  foil ornaments. Then place two  floodlights at each side of the  doorway, so that the light sparkles on the ornaments and gives,  general illumination to your entire decorating scheme.  Tall glowing candles are a  lovely addition to any doorr/ay  as a rymbol of the Christmas  spirit. These candles can be  made from sections of pipe,  plastic or mailing tubes.yPlace  an outdoor, string inside the tube  so that a red sparkle light can  be used for the flame.  Interesting effects can be created if you. have a stairway to  your, porch. Buy a rope of greenery and wire it along the rail%  ings. Entwine colored glow lights.  Decorate your doorway with  styrofoam balls and stars wired  to an 8-inch strip of chicken wire  and tack to the frame. If. you  have  a porch roof,  glow lights'  may be' strung in a corkscrew  fashion about the pillars. Try  using -a variety of colors, but if  you prefer a dramatic effect,  use one color of-lights only.  ., Another   interesting, .composi  tion of evergreen and lights can  be created by framing your doorway with' evergreen boughs entwined with colored Christmas  lights. Place a creche of silhouetted  figures ;aoove the door.  Santa Sends  OUR BEST  HOLIDAY  WISHES  TO Y0O!  Sechelt Theatre  i  &  FRIENDLY  CHRISTMAS  GREETINGS  With gratitude for your loyal  friendship and support, vye  extend our warmest wishes for  a very cheery holiday season.  Harriet O. Duffy  and Staff  JfflERRIEST CHRISTMAS  WISHES TO EVERYONE  Hickard, Crawford &���o.  i  J5  I  Old-Fashioned  Best Wishes  To Everyone  At Christmas  1^  DAN and BILL  C & S Sales  SECHELT,  B.C. '  .. may it bring you an abundance of good cheer,  Ed and Celia Anderson  Gibsons Hardware Ltd.  feja^3^ss����as^s:^&^^ Bad   driving,   hot   bad   luck,  causes accidents.  Z -Waifi to borrow a slogan from  Mexico? r-- "An automobile is always as; drunk as. the ".man who  drives it/'   "1--'  jgastevccee^  "We extend our sinc^eg^^gsahd  wishes to iall our cu&toinl��rs  4��  Marine Men's Wear Ltd.  Gibsons, B.C.  '**  ��������  am...  O  ������m.  '���>�����&  ���������������  ��� ���������*  ��� ������������  Christmas tree  farms thriving  B.C. has developed a thriving  Christmas Tree industry nad  trees from our province can be  found as far away .as New York.  This is a scientific business and  is a sound ^forestry practice since  what were formerly scrub or  thinnings are how being farmed  '. and creating employmentand re->  venue'. y     '" ���'  ���"������."���  They are farmed in two waysV  , Planting and calculated cutting.  In some districts, notably sections    of   East    Kootenay   and  ,' around   Kamloops,   young^f, trees  ��� are planted in rows and cut when ;  they reach the desired size, in  others, trees, nurtured by nature,  produce one 'Christmas tree and  then ate forced -by man to grow  more. This; is done by cutting the  first. .Christmas   tree above  the  . low branches, leaving these "as f  yis.'Vk.  ���When Spring comes along  these branches turn upward to  the ��� light, spaced by the tree  trunk and the curve that they develop. In two or three years, or  four, the original tree is ready  for another "harvest," this time  of two to four Christmas trees,  from the one original "stump.".  Nicola Lake and Kamloops regions for many years have been  the major beef cattle raising  area in British Columbia  ���������������  4*  ��� ������������  4S��  am...  ���a...  ���������������  ��f  �����.  ��� ������������  �����������  ���������������  4S*  ���������������  ���*...  �����  ��� ������������  ���<&  ���a...  ���a...  48*  ���������������  4S*  ���������������  "Si  4K*  ���������������  4ft-  ���������������  48*  ��� ������������  4S*  ��� ������������  48*  45*  4S*  48*  ��� ������������  ��� �����������  ���������  4t  ��� ������������  48*  48*  .-48*  O  ��� ������*���  48*  48*  a*...  ������������  48*  48*  45*  4fc  .'^55i4T.  Dashing In Wilh  CHRISTMAS ��  BEST WISHES  ;K. Butler Realty  and Staff |  WISHING ALL THE JOYS OF THE ;  SEASON TOjOUR fllAN Y FRIENDS. J  Jack, Lee and Staff  Service Stores  Sechelt and Selma Park  zAAfy-  ?  , >     A     y ,-v *���*.  il  1  <��  ��  5  e  *!  *&m!*!*i*?��!fl!*^^  ?������  ' ,,     All of us wish all of you  good health, good cheer  and a very happy holiday.  JOHN, KEITH and STAFF  Super - Valu Store  GIBSONS, B.C. �� &&G&g&&&3?$l8*gl3^^  ��� v.-J O T  *-��T  \Ed and Charlie  Aggett Agencies  Sechelt, B.C.  fereittctcteicieeictctt^  GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS,  PATRONS AND NEIGHBORS  RINGING-IN  WISHES FOR A  fRPRRY CHRISTMAS  y.    THE STAFF   .  Parker's Hardware LtcL  n  Billie and Al  Dogwood Cafe  i - .. I  I I   j  KKtcwctcecteftctci^^  JOY AT CHRISTMAS  Jackson Bros. Logging Ltd,  Wilson Creek, B.C.  JOYOUS  WISHES  TO ALL  ��  OLD-FASHIONED  WARM\VlSHE3  TO EVERYONE  AT CHRISTMAS  . Hazel _& Ernie  Welcome I'afe  *i3  ��'.  1:  ��� $ ���'  Hi'  Betf Wishes from  IVninsiilii Motor Prodoots (1957) Ltd.  �� ���  \. Sechelt,  B.C.  ��� SS@!S@^S:gj2S:2.'SSii��fSS!g4j5)gaSesffi3fe.  MAY YOUR  HOLIDAY GLOW WITH  PEACE AND HAPPINESS  The Claytons and Staff ..  Shop Easy Store No. 5  Sechelt,  B.C.  George '���& Walter Flay  Sechelt  Barber Shop  I  E��4 ������III���������III II���III ���lll'll <SVX<        6t.j.O.^J... ���W&S^sxSxibS-* ���  ��?'  s?  i  1  i  YULETIDE JOY  TO OUR MANY  GOOD FRIENDS  Stockwell & Sons  ���     Ltd.' ���' ������   k  Sechelt,  B.C.  As the glad tidings  ring out, may we wish every  holiday blessing to youctndyours,  Molly and Ed  Midway Groceries E & M Bowladrome  �� ���  J  CHRISTMAS  BLESSINGS  Dorothy" and Charlie  P. A. Coffee Bar  Sechelt,  B.C.  '  t?  ;; ^ . ,SffiH:V2^2^.S'rS^2i&SSiSfSjS5^&^.5&J9  '���W  >XX#.sZ-.X',i *  ��f  W1RISW CHEER  / . \     * / ,^ ^  MERRY"'.     '$$  CHRISTMAS "^^'  to our many customers and friends.  Toastmaster Bakeries  RON McSAVANEY ��� REPRESENTATIVE  s*  I  I  Don and Marge  Gibsons Electric  :;%!^&;^��:S&9&;HZiaa^^  Christmas Greetings  to our many friends  Alex, Murray and Charlie  Gibsons Automotive  Gibsons, B.C.  ��S BUI and Staff  Sunnycrest Motors  TO YOU, OUR  FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS  BOARD OF DIRECTORS and STAFF  Elphinsi<me Co-op  GIBSONS, B.C.  BRINGING OUT  YULETIDE WISHES  It's a real pleasure to wish all our  friends the Merriest Christmas ever!  Management and Staff  Tyee Airways Ltd.  .   SECHELT,   B.C.  ,<!g��K^@^e!!sig?e*���^^2^^^g'^^  S  i  GREETINGS TO AL.U  EVE and ORV  Sechelt Bowling Alleys  ��� ^^0*.*^0^^>^+^+^0+**^^*^^ ^ fcj'  Molidays  1  I  I  i  I  ���fcHiS "^lAle!  Dill & Mary  I Gibson Gfrl  i     Salon of Beauty  We sincerely hope  that you and your  family have a  grand, carefree  Christmas holiday.  George and Mary Hunter  Coin Dry Cleaning  Gibsons, B.C.  s?  IS  ��  IK  We join  Santa  in wishing  you  a  very Happy Holiday  E & M Groceries  "Sechelt, B.C.  ^^^^^^^^^���^���*^^S^��*W��^^*N*��^^*^  Joyous Christmas Wishes fo All  NORM STEWART  McGcwirisLick  I  *��  CHRISTMAS  GREETINGS  JACK NELSON  :  Depot Taxi  Sechelt, B.C.  Christmas Peace to All  It is our sincerest wish that this holy  season will be one of great peace and  happiness for our many good friends.  II. R. Gordon & Kennett Ltd.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  Gibsons and Sechelt  i  r^Mh*��w��**��*��**��^a}*w��iS��*��*^  It's Christmas  time again ... may it  be your merriest ever, with  T    lasting joy and happiness.  /���iv  Management and Staff  s  X Peninsula Logging Supplies  i-z "   ltd:       A'xAy 'xxx./,:  ^   YULETIDE  CHEER  May your holiday  be bright with  warmth and  cheer.  TO OUR MANY FRIENDS  Finlay Rent  and Staff  <x  �� B  'fl B  ���Tj V  ti &  A'��  8  it  ��  J. J. Rogers & Co. LtcL  Saaaastf^Si^.^^^  ft  5(7  I "V *���>���*��� ���.*'*���*���'*<  FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES g  Gibsons, B.C. $  ft Hed cedar shingles shipped  from British Columbia in 1880 to  -the Cook Islands in the South Pacific are still giving excellent-  service after 80 years of tropical  sunshine.  Gibsons  Family Shoes  Carmen & Grethe  .  You - cani keep your Yuletide  fire  burning  brightly when you  ; have '. the logs neatly stacked  nearby. .This-.easy-to-make plywood log''basket can accommodate a,good number of logs and  would be an attractive addition  ���'W^ fir plywood forms the sides  and bottom. 1" x %" fir is used  . for--gluing.bars- and-stiff eners- at  bottom while the handle can be  made from a 1" broom handle  or dowell.  Cut the bottom, section 18" x  22i/6" to get. the' angle on the  gluing surface at bottom edges.  Glue on the two 18" side strips  1" x %" before they are shaped,  add the two 20%" stiffeners at  each end of bottom between gluing strips, then mark angle on  both strip ends and plywood at  each corner. Cut with sharp  plane or sav^.  Cut and shape sides to plan  and slightly round edges of plywood by sanding . before gluing  to base. One inch finishing nails  driven through sides into gluing  strip would.give added strength.  ���u  I  1  *?****,  MERRY  CHRISTMAS  TO ALL"OUR ERIENDS  Totem Collision  at  M.UWB  May Joy dwell in  your heart at Christmas  We sincerely wish each and ,  every one of our many friends and  customers a truly blessed  Christmas, one that's filled with peace/  and ever-lasting happiness*  HOWARD and DORIS  Gibsons Varieties  0 Come, All  Ye faithful  As you observe tni3  . Christmas irithef k  tradition o�� your .  faith, may joy^^  \vithyou.        ���" .' y  -'   -.--John R. Harvey and Staff  Harvey Funeral Home  Gibsons, B.C. \.      '  ;OiJF?; friends;  '-��� k:'-'--k:        rJ6. and .Harry . ,   -,  ''���'-"'        '-._  Peninsula Cleaners  Gibsons;7 B.C."  ����*����V/  ���*   ^W$?4\      Xs^^^^^^^^^**��***  ^^ss^s?^-^  'AfrflAfr


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