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 Provincial Libr.  Vi.tQria't'B.   C  Published   in   Gibsons.  B.C.  Volume 9 Number 41  Oct.  20,  1955..  Serving the Growing  Sunshine Coast  From   Squamish  to Pender Harbour  y.     Mr. J.L.  MacGregor, execu-  ��� tive commissioner for training  %- at Canadian  Boy Scout  H.Q.  in Ottawa will attend the Peninsula's annual district    coun-  i cil ���-; meeting in    the    Roberts  ; (Sreek hall,  Oct. 27 at 8 p.m.  Mr MacGregor is surveying  ... the Boy Scout movement    in  Canada, and the Seehelt Peninsula is in  his itinerary.  '     All scouts and cubs on the  ' - Peninsula will also attend, as  - well as parents and friends ,of  Scouts and scouting7  .      There yyqlh be elections and  ' .'������ iiwtaliations of    officers    and  V "li_t_.t7 refreshments will be ser-  Vved.   :.:.:���������  ������77.- Mir. MacGregor was born in  .Toronto, and lived! in Hamil-  . ton -until he joined the Royal  , Canadian! Navy as a rating in  .  1940. He saw extensive ,'actiori  V during Vthe war, was mention-  . - ed ih despatches. in the ! Sicil-V  ..li^tc^-pjigiii;. a^_was coin-..  i;^^Q^^kip.^y^a*ir~'^m''''"    "*"*"���"'  ',-Mosyjsms$t' "  signed his comr&s&oti  ... '^.^^e^^f^^i. !iif_i# toV  ':"$epv^gyy  Delivery of the steam  vehicle and passenger . ferry  "Scotian" was made to Black  Ball Ferries, Ltd., Oct. 17 in  Halifax, N.S., it was announced by I.D. Birse, vice president of the ferry transportation  firm.' y   y  According to word reeieved  from Capt. Alex M. Peabody,  chairman of the board of  Black. Ball Ferries, Ltd., who  has been in Halifax negotiating for the purchase'' of the  ferry, the "Scotian" will be  brought through the Panama  Canal and arrive on the British Columbia Coast before the  end of the year.  MV Bainbridge now    serving  ^and 600 passengers. The steam  this route. i ferry is powered by   a  Skin-  Buiit in    1946    in    Pictpu, |ner-Uniflow steam engine.  Nova Scotia,' the "Scotian" is \    The  "Scotian" has been  iri  ar_ all-steel double ender ves- /service    by     the    Dartmouth  sel  160   feet  long.  Her  mini- -\ Ferry    Commission     between  mum capacity  is 50    vehicles ;;Halifax and  Dartmouth.    The  vessel became    available  to    the    completion    of  bridge    connecting    the  Nova     Scotia    cities.     "Black  Ball's  Purchase   of   the    'Scotian'  will have  the  effect   of  doubling the capacity and frequency of ferry crossings between Horseshoe Bay and the  Seehelt Peninsula area", . Mr.  Birse said. "It is another    ir_-  problem  under fire  Tuesday night's meeting    of  dication'of Black liauT faith    the Village Commission'under  the chairmanship  of   Commissioner James Drummond    dis-  The  Gibsons Waterfront    ig| Ritchey; health',. and   welfare  to have an additional 80.Jfoo7t:_|A.E.   Ritchey; Farmera    insti-  float; in7 the harbour for doibk-Ji^iite John  Glassford and   ~re-  irig small vessels.    This   was Tjfcqeption, William    Sutherland.  The fast ferry will be placeH    annouhbed  at Monday ^liiight'jy^iiPhese.    ccanmittee   7 chairmen  in Black    Ball's    service    on    dinner meeting of the Gibsons^fean appoint other members "as  Howe Sound between    Horse-    andi District Board  of  T^^.?quired.'  in the economy of the area  and alsq of our policy to offer the best possible ferry  service in those areas where  seq , iieg apefe -ajejado 3Ai  always given ferry service  ahead of the , maximum demand."  The   "Scotian"  will ?go into  service     between ,. Horseshoe  shoe Bay at West Vancouver    in 'the 7 Mariner Cafe, by' Wafflfytf Ray   Kruse    in    presenting    ^ay and Gibsons as. soon    as  and'the Seehelt Peninsula. The " Itygren, ! ��� it e w 1 y    appointed^Se !^i.anc.ai   st^efnerlt   -said    some : adaptions    *-���*-    -1  'Scotian" will operate in ad-    chairman of;the    marine  dition. to 7 and 'opposite > ^ the   . fairs vcoinimittee.  af-l ifee paid up membership    to-  taiedi 33    and    the    financial  havfe been  made for the run the 'vessel  will serve, Birse said.  He said the new float .would.  temeiit at Oct.*   3  showed  w  r way.,,7..  Thfe; l^th series of Canada  Lingo expert  cussed "parking problems in  Gibsons and was unanimously  of the opinion there was insufficient enforcement within the  village. >  The matter was opened-by  a letter sigued by Clifford .Connor on behalf of the S ,&\S  Service station complaining of  the needless parking,' sometimes three deep on the main  highway in front of the station.     .     '  , _-r; ,  One Commisioner suggested*  a week of parkingtickets-  could probably cleari up, the  matter. There were complaints about lack of police  ^upervisicn^bMt the Vcommis-  eion decided .the problem, was  beyond its jurisdiction  as ..it  Allan '$����������� not.'^yet-rthr00-  j&tJti&ymtiyoi* i|fe.::;ah'diailrs.-  SBiwIv^isf^t. 77 of 7 He^iandis  *^5!_ttctv' decided to 'go/'for^a/  w/a^7i^c^1fly;'   '  ; ���'; hJBp *! ^lke<* v i J*>��  jriptK$r.V  !cal_e<iV:;pj^^ _.^,.     ,,  ti^^|^g#AJ^^ V; g7 V;:;  ti&mgs."  ABxW:$Wl;:Sttti  iod.   ;...,, ; :,. ���'..g V,.;-:^^^fmX:-^^iog^^y^^^i^,.  ��� ��� .-^.... ���:-,...., ��� _ ��� ��� . - ...    ..���.-' '..Mrs.^Wynne!^tewar^Vvne^'^';^bM-^^  ;JTh* jiorrdnating    ��fW%srpfc^ ^  of ^e-Sunshmc .Coa��t.Sj^>v.^��iita^^                                                                                                                                          J% had no authoritv over thrtfo-  club   presented..... recpuamenda-,   n* ii;i v-iiiaW* rA���W��i_e*^                                                                 s��Ie to Canad-an citizens and had no authority oyer tne po-  &: xe.el��rted fop >hj, -WW! : i^, prtsideat woul.:��_veliS*S* '���:i*Me**l^iv&!<toW'-*^^^%'^\??^. ���    The coimms6i<m ordere^  a  *��#^j!f&_g^                                                                                                                       Mt up ��� '?*����� tt'0*���?****  were familter.wite ib^yiOTk^^^-C,   :'^. ;���.:,;,.:,. ^ .::.;.:^-^^>i^--:''%--:-:y,:y: '������^���'���������y-,-'' [  -'^ dedooe. ... with added .comment be sent  ^M;^^:^XW:m^X-    to fliankins "the ;'_��h^?^2__^^'_ii;7';_���_^':':_i��- '; ���'''<5-_~J-*��f have! hwight $*A W'tt* "i*c>v_i__r��ttarnejJgeii:  president; 7Rae��7Krausfe, .and  the^ executive  siayssom^irig7-;-^ ja  '.coin.  saying has been, used: forVemer- sideration.������:���;                          .;,r  ;  -jgericies, a nest egg for some The .commission decided 3itr  ^'MdS^t-^i^Se    Pers��hal project or any of the, woiild���> have    reprea-mtitives:  lading ari^jparlc-'"  *���     ijr ^thosefbX)nd�� are;  ^ingVjj_aV��tti���ii;fi^n^;Voj_fvp��^aa^8!; department *U>y: discuss "{theV  Hariy  |.on g^an^l^required in.    Se^e1^ ^^ ^ ntaxner Sel-  formation and had him 'Home  'ti-^Je::.! '^^yym^^yy.,.^oi^  '''Spence;^iocai7'."affei_��): .'>��� Dantiy;;  ^ Smith;; ^og?ahi^7a^  ment,VEd ish^raian;7 marine  affairs Walt!TNygien; > .'m,eri|ber-  Xsttip Rae ���! "KruseiM V agrJwulture,  Nornian. 7 Hough; ; house    Bob  ,. .+.., ,... .... ���-.. ..      -^        ,.   *i��ffnii��equa��^>aistr-bwtt��nr  gesfe^those-^ompla^ing take -.^    ^ve ^^7^^'V^ach  h�� ^^^^r^^;:^ _*^:-.'-_toii_i.^_i-_i- ��'4_^r��a;*^t'^t_4r".-  tw^^^Ojver.to thepohce for ^average .purch^^ in Vcanada  prosecution;  throughout   the    nine   series,  ^Itenhyspth said he ttiought    ^^ e��ch have invested $31  that f#r the number of ���: pfeo-  ___ short order.  #rite Wm/i  ind good  ma. Park.  The meeting, was entertained by    Harry, Fontaine   and!  his tapev.recording   machine,s  each* member haying an    op-  porturiityVof va!bMef; talk^iThe  Sunshine Coast MopleV"are7  payback ;proyed .Donations actually in   hand  urged to >rite t07R^  Mtii^ !^ result of the first: period  doch, Pender    Harbourr BCV . ^d the vp drive for funds  president, of the  Pender  Har-    did:.  V ;     V ;    total $175, John Wood, of Gib-  bour Board of Trade  if they        The Armistice Dance in? the ��� soni.  reports. :He  stiates ��� dona-  want to    attend xthe    annua 1    hew    community    Centre    at 7 tions~ may be made  direct to.  dinner  and dan.ee to be held    Port Mellon von .Nov. 12, spon-V the Bank otf  Montreal or    to  at Madeira Park hall, Friday,     sored by Ki^hisV! is fully or-    himself,  andi'official    receipts  Oct. '28, at 7.30 p:mV    ���     V       ganized    arid    a    g<^d    time -   ^ni be issued.  The officials of the    board     assured.  Have  you  eXter  dan-      r There is still money coming  do not expect  any    difficulty    eed-a poppyVdarice?  you will'!; .m)>arid, the response    so    far  pie passing through    Gibsons  the lack.^pf. a. rest room   is   a  ��� disgrace. V ' 7> .'V--.a-Ay.*,:7 ::y"yA'"^  Mrs. Stewart as president  said visitors from Pender Harbour and such -points who  come to ' Gibsons to shop  should have some facilities,  ing When' the matter of the  opening of the new Community Hall at' Port Mellon ' was  discussed Mrs. Stewart said,  '"we shall feel green "with envy  when we see it." The board  decided to send a large bouquet of flowers to mark the  opening event at Port Mellon.  960.' ���::���;--'.;-���.' ���  V ��� V.       v- ;-  Again the bond pays 314  percent, can be! cashed at anytime for face value plus interest, and can be: bought  through V investment ������ dealers  banksV or'"* payroll  deductions.  Helping organize payroll  purchasing -setups ��� in- the  Coast region is W.S. M!cQuaid,  one of ten Canadian = Investment Dealers Association members- borrowed from B.C. firms  for this job with plants, business house's "and other establishments. .  in disposing of available tickets so ask those who desire  to attend to write imirnedi-  a'tely to have hem reserved  Or forwarded.  COMMUNITY CENTRE  COMING EVENTS  Mon. Oct.. 24, the Community Centre will present a technicolor film covering the 19.54  British Empire Games, along  with a second "film entitled  "Wahleach", a construction  power project. A silver collec-  here. Its fun. ; 7.7 has been gratifying. . He sug-  ; Next wfek the- guest speak- Vgests those who have received.  mailing envelopes    for    donations, but have not got around  er will be Father Francis No  Ian OM.I. of the VSechelt Residential School.  Fat  ones on  ly  Certificates  presented  In a ceremony Tuesday  night during the village commission     meeting,     chairman  tion will be taken at.the door,   -Jim Drummond presented    St^.  proceeds to go  to    the    new    John Ambulance first aid cer-  Big PTA  conference  Gibsons PTA is    sponsoring  the regional   Parent    Teacher  donation to   the   CNIB   funds,     wan, and bordering States. He    conference in Gibsons on Nov.  to it, should do so   (soon,  To those who have  not ac"  'tually been canvassed    for   a  Keith Wright of Gibsons  returned last Thursday from  a hunting! trip through southern Alberta    and    Saskatche-  Mr. Wood, makes the sugges  tion that they mail . or bring  in their contribution now to  either the bank or himself.  and Frank Bailey ^reported  the ducks so nuriverous it was  only necessary to shbot the  fat ones.  Community Association.  On Fri.Qct. 28 the Port  Ivlellon Teen Age Club 'will  hold a Hallowe'en dance.  Sat.  Oct.  29,   the   Commun-  tificates and Civil Defence  cards to nine persons, who  took the first aid course this  summer under the direction of  Wesley B. -Hodgson, Civil De  ity Association  will hold   ,its    fence co-ordina^or for the dis-  annual Hallowe'en dance.  Sat. Nov 12,! the Kiwanis  will hold their dance in recognition of the Community Centre,, which will be open to the  entire Seehelt Peninsula.  Community activities are  well under way and events  are scheduled for six days (a  week;! w,ith a full program in  view. The Port Mellon Community Centre is primarily  for the Port Mellon Commun-  trict.  Mr. Drummond praised the  winners qf certificates for the  excellent showing they made  and with brief compliments  presented the certificates .and  Civil  Defence   cards.  The winners, introduced by  Mr. Hodgson,! were Evelyn S.  B. Clark* 'Anne , M. .Drummond, Iona Hanson, Edna M.  Kirk, Irene M. Kullendar,  Particia  May  Morrison,    Elsa  . ity Association  and area,   but    Amelia Propp; Florence Usher.  Mother organizations on the Se- Their leader;, Mr. Hodgson  chelt Peniisula requiring the was also presented with his  use of a hall will be welcome,    first aid certificate as he took  the course as well.  Mr: James Cameron, a native son of Pender Harbour,  accompanied by Dr! A. Needier and Dr. E. Foerster of  Nanaimo left Vancouver by  -plane on: Oct. 19 for Tokio  where, they will attend a  meeting of the Biological and  Research .Committee of the International North Pacific Fisheries Commission.  Mr. Cameron will be chairman of the meeting! Representatives of United' States  and  Japan will. attend.  The purpose of the committee meeting is to hear reports' or, the progress of research done during the pa'st  3rear, and to plan a program  cf research for the next year.  Under the terms of the  treaty signed by the three nations, Japan agreed to abstain  175. However Canada  the United States must show  that they7 are making the maximum utilization of the - fish  of the sea! Research is to be  made -to determine the origin of. the -fish that the Japanese are catching in the mid  Pacific, whether they are  North American or Asiatic  fish. ��� ���'������        .   _  Recently   Japanese    packed  fish mostly pinks, were being  4. Board members    and.    spe  tial speakers from Vancouver  will attend.  The theme of the discus-  si ens at this conference is  "The Parent Teacher Program". The afternoon session  will be held in the school  and    hall, chaired by    Mrs.    Mcln-  $161 #5 for the water; department, $48.70 for the fire; dVv  partment, $3.06 7 for roadsv  .$223._ttf general .expenses and-  $323.80 for work on the ap-.  proach to the library. -  The matter of the B.C. Electric runnig a high-tension power line through property controlled by the village resulted  in the commission asking for  more detailed information respecting \acpess to the property; The power line will be  carried on high steel towers  aiong a 200 foot cleared  right-of-way. -,.;.  ' Buiidmg "permits for three  small construction projects  totalling  $1,065  were passed.  Commissioner .' A.E. Ritchey  was welcomed to liis seat at  the commission table after his  sojourn on contract work in  the Powell River  area.  Chairman Drummond aided  by Clerk Robert Burns pre-~  sented a report on! their trip  to the B.C. Union of Municipalities meeting at . Prince.  George recently. This report  will be dealt with more fully  in a later issue of the Coast  News.  T  rueman se  lected  Mr. S. Truemanv principal of  the Elphinstone high school,  was   invited   by  CD.     Ovans,  general secretary of the B.C.  tosh. ,Mrs. Young, Mrs. Krag, V Teacher's Federation, to at-  Mrsy. Binns are participants in    tend the  Teachers' Federation  "       '     m        '        Nov.  this discussion, which will be  summarized by Mrs. Anderson.  Mrs. A.H. Young will discuss "Newer Trends in Education" at the evening session, held in the High school  Auditorium. A general question period  will  follow.  Out of town speakers,  members    of-   the-Provincial  offered  on  the  world  market PTA  Federation,  are' Mrs.  H.  at prices considerably    below . A. Young provincial president,  those    offered    by    Canadian Mrs.   H.  L.    Horan,    regional  and .American packers,   These conference chairman, Mrs.    J.  fish  apparently  are immature Kragg,    provincial     organizer,    held on Monday,  Oct. 24,    at  convention   in  Toronto,  10. to  14.,  As secretary of the curiculum  directors'  committee for  B.C.,  Mr.  Trueman   will    represent  the  body.  . During his absence, vice  principal Mrs. Rankin will  take over.  Choraliers notice  The  next practice     of-   the  Peninsula  Choraliers will     be  fish and have not the texture'  or the color of our North  Pacific fish.  The annual meeting of the'  Commission will be    held    a  Mrs. G.A. Binns,- magazine  board chairman, Mrs. J.L. Anderson, council presidents  chairman, Mrs. J.J. Macintosh, children's reading  ohair-  from fishing west of Meridian    meeting.  week     after     the    committee    man, Mrs. J.A. McLean, coun  cil president, Powell  River.  the Parish Hall,   Gibsons.  All members are asked to  attend, as the future of the  choir will depend ��� on the interest shown at this rohersal.  Practice will start on new  items for the coming season. 2       Coast News Oct 20  1955  Published   by   Seehelt   Peninsula   News   Ltd.  every Thursday, at Gibsons, B.C.  FRED   CRUICE,   Editor  and  Publisher  DO   WORTMAN,   Advertising   Manager  Member   B.C.   Div.,   Canadian   Weekly   Newspaper   Association  Member B.C.  Weekly  Newspaper Advertising Bureau  Box  128, Gibsons B.C. Phone 45W  Authorized Second Class Mail, Post Office Department, Ottawa  Rales of Subscription:  12 mos. $2; 6 mos. $1.25; 3  mos. 75c  t_^<L4>< _������  United States and Foreign, $2.50 per year.  5c per copy  One may wonder what the prairie wheat situation has'to do  with British Columbia's economy. British Columbia sells lumber and fruit to prairje people, to mention two*.items only.  The present heavy stocks of wheat are causing worry., i This  situation is by no means new.    Present    indications-   are-: the.  wheat supply for next year will total 982 millions of bushels.  The last year's total supply ;was> just ten   millions    Of    bushels  ' less '  In 1942-3 total supplies were 980 millions  of   bushels    and  the carry-over after; domestic and export sales totalled 595 mil-  -  lions of bushels. The next year's crop was low, 2857 millions of  bushels. In 1945-6 the wheat position had got down to a carryover If 74 millions of bushels.  It is true the international, situation is ticklish    as ������  regards  disposal of the large stocks of wheat but it has   been-- ticklish .  before. The production cycle has taken another ���complete circle  . and it has come to the point where producers' on sub-marginal  land will have to drop out. ���.  If it should reach'the point, which  is -. doufotfuh   .where    trie  ,  prairie farmer has rio cash to spend British Columbia will feel  the effects of this/Less lumber for building arid less fruit_and   .  other .sales will be made. What would,->happen, niofet  likly,   is  that -more prairie people will turn their eyes westward: to the  Pacific Coast and some will come and settle.  Dismissing'* _e''w-.e^Vsitu^^ the!'  prairies and Ottawa "alone, is like, wearing blinders to look in  one direction alone. It does  concern British Columbia.  Editor: I have just finished  reading the lengthy column  iri yiour last edition entitled  "Police Court". It is one that  I beleiye would be better left  out altogether. .  I can understand- that to-  print notice of fines for speeding or careless driving may  have the effect of warning to  other drivers, but I fail to  see that, any good! purpose is  -served by promulgating any  of the other items. It is an  example of "man's inhumanity to man" that you should  take ; pride in editing a corn  plete .account of. that side !of  the activities .of the community, and leave so many constructive ...and interesting happenings and... accomplishments  unmentioned. 7   7^  ; Some of the items you  print-with so little thought,. .  will undoubtedly, have lasting  and detririiental effect to the  reputation of the person concerned; It ��� also does not seem  fair to mention the names, and  address of certain minors, arid .  in another case call the person "a juvinille" and not  state the name. A!'"  -1 should welcome commuhi-  eation with other, readers, wirio. '  ���feel as VI d'&*������ about y < this Viinjustice.; '     :���-��� ;"'.-';' "'  p  V <Mrsi Dehelda  Pearson  The Glow Thatf Lasts i  There are-ways of; developing a glow. The most- common to  this educated''civilization is through imbibing what is commonly termed refreshment. Another way is to do some goocf  soriiewhere, aorriehow.  . Take a dollar bill and'see what sort of a.uglow .brie,, ean get  from it. You get ^about 15 cents worth of liquor for; a ,dollar���  the rest-of- the dolliar goes' in taxes; profit and, prists. The glow  you get in this'mariner would be brief.7 7     -77   V        ! !  Give .that dollar to some deserving persorittaough some  social service organization or in person if'you '$ike~ the  glow will be more permanent. ''.''<       '    r    ,  v Many persons may scoff at the    thoughts  "Expressed   here....-.  They are brdught on after checking the apn^t^' Juggle "the .  VON makes to keep going vs. the;annual _acfibdf*struggiie with ...  which the liquor store can take iri rhore than ��_87,000:If the-J  VON got ,$7,00/0 of that ambunt.it would be Iess7"ti_an'four per^ ���.  cent of the total. - ���'��� ���   {.:��.���:.':������-'  If one car* get a glow through imbibing only, this educated'  civilization is a trifle cock-eyed in its    thinking.    How    about ��  getting a more permanent glow. Dri^k if you must, but mak-rig  someone happy with less than four    percent   of   your    liqucr  money contains worthwhile merit! It can- bear serious thought.  'miMiii-yawiMMiiBuMiii  For Better Service  GRAHAMS BARBER SHOP  Gibsons        ..  ���  Haircuts  $1 '  Children  75c  LOTS OF ROOM TO PARK YOUR CAR  m��l��_>-T-.<--������--r--��..^-TMCT��-��lra-CT��>-T_-����W_Mtf��---��^  VVEditor's .Note:-;A1]L-���-��� :riewsia-  pers7 under ;���'���- Gar���diari7V1:^^s  must-refrain from ;publis|ri^g  the- riani'es of juveniles^fbi  corirt cases'. Minors ��� areV7;7ofter  the; juvenille rage' therefore|pb  i-jaot ccme under; the;:ban.;f^fiei ...  'cure- -ii* iri' their.'.hands aridV^&ot  the Coast News. They sho^l  stay out of trouble.  - ������..-���*  ��� As for taking pride in editing such copy, no. paper is  proud if its police court news.  Once again the cure rests  with >the individuals-, harried, '  who do    their    misdemeanors  ��� with ������;sp'-;.Uttle- thought.. As re?  garcte! leaving so many :. con  structivev and interesting happenings unmentioned, f please  tell.us.what ^they are and we  ���will;'.do our-best    to    record  /them.   . ...-,  The-editor- sympathizes with  Mrs. Pearson's attitude but he  has spent years ' and - years  around courts and newspapers  ��� and knows 1 oo well the angles;  to the argument.,;: On trie',  one. side the police -and ju-  diciarji believe publication  helps keep down all types of  law-breaking.. The other side  wonders why other items cannot be used.  Tb run crily the motor breaches would rouse the; ire of  the motorists. They would  ask "Why single us out?" So ���  to be fair The Coast News  covers police court happen-  irV in a reasonable manner.  If there is no police, court  news The Coast NeWs will  not manufacture any. Perhaps  this is explanation enough.  TOTEMS     TOTED.  BY L.S.J.  On looking into the matter  of totem poles that left Seehelt for Bowen Island recently, we find they had no right  there in.the first place.. They  may have been carved here  but this"- seems to have been  a pasttime more or less.  What the Coast Salish did  have were house posts which  were extremly crude and Signified' nothing except a ��� likeness of the deceased or come  incedent of his. or her prowess in hunting or various  other matters.-  . There has- been deep research in this peculiarity o'f  the North Pacific coast native  and there are interesting facts  about it such asVthe Maoris in  New Zeaiaid, haying a similar  but rnUcn lesser: type of ancestor acclaim. The resemblance in the facial types 'is  noted with those much more  intriguing stone faces on Easter Island.'   . . y -. ���, , ..Y-; \;?  The. explanation of these  poles at Seehelt is of some  length but is well worth recording here,..and taken from  Vol. 2 ^Totem ���-. /Poles" ,. Vby  Marius Barbeau, \ National Museum of Canada;, .: Page 7? 1.  Trie Kwakiutl system of privileges and its concrete, expres-  . sions were flagrantly misunderstood by --'the' Hoirialco, the  Klahuse, arid others to the  south-'of 'thetn.   "���'���'���'���*  Among these Indians anyone  who could i afford it could  have a carving or painting  made, usually by, an inferior  and dctibtless, contemptuous  ���Kwakiutl atiist,- -In consequence- thei?e: was rather a,  brigf proliferation - andi. decadence of a few bleak and un-  esthetic crest patterns among  some of the mere aggressive  and aspiring Homalco, VKla-  huse, and Slaiamon    families.  Of the- four-: big house owners at Salmon Bay <Klaihuse)  around the year 1800, One  was a quiet "tyhee mant". On  the beach outside his house  stood a hurnan figure with  its hiinds on its hips.  Arilother iriiportant linage  head had the four corners of  his house carved in the likeness of .;��� women. His ridge  pole support looked like: a  maapsiriting to the seats;;in  welcome and his ��� ridge pele  and- projecting beam ends iri:  the forms cf sea lion and seal  ^Fg  heads. This was the most important man among the Kla-  huse. He had married1" a Kwakiutl woman and very likely  some of his crests came _with  her.  The third man had five  posts in, his house, carved in,  the same way as the second',  and in addition a central  pest representing a "greedy  man". This figure was symbolic of plenty,, and at feasts  . it was bathed in oil,- So that  it oozed and. drooled the precious liquid. The same individual also painted a whale  on the front of his house.  From all reports he ' was a  self made man, as "his father  . had nothing" and tie bought  these figures, simply' paying  Kwakiutl to. do therri for 'hirii.-,  Thg fourth important Kla-  huse man had no decorations  on his house: he was a "quiet  ��� chief"  like  the  first.        V  Totem poles in commeriiora-  ' tion of the dead were r,aised  at \ the/; cemetery or in frprit  /c��"the houses in this northeastern region, but they were  few and; "stereotyped^ In 1.936  the oldest inforrriant among  the! Klahuse remembeffed-  these "'poles ras '"about 40 feet  high" !"with ��� a iliuman figure  s i t-fiiig "on - the top, one  standing at the" base, and a  plain siendor shaft connecting  the.7two.-; y.xy. y...x yy'i.:yyy  He  had. seen'two of    these  *"at ^almb'riV "bayV.and    four.    at  Grace Harbour.    He-!   insisted,  however,   that  they   and     the  k- rest: of  the  crests Were'   late  ';' acquisitions,    taken    over ^by,.  the  Klahuse after they began  to   come  out  6f:   Tpba     Inlet  and were Table; because of tlie  i:'- white man's   ���intercession,    tot  "' meet the Kwakiutl ori friendly terrrisY    ���' ���''���'"!��� ������'* T;:-';:; "���'���  I was  in that part of 'the  country for several years and  I never heard of  Grace Har-  . bor.  I  would   suspect     it    is  Squirrel Cove but it does riot  matter much. , 'Another . - paragraph  on page 745;    (Among  the Seehelts),    who    formerly  corigrgated    and    built    their  permanent dwellings at ��� Pender Harbour, there was 'event  less of a display N of    privileges  of the characters-   under  discussion.    There    were     no  -free standing posts or    poles  at all.  ,.,-���!  One house displayed eagles  - carved on "the projecting wall  binders  as ft-    Slaiamon    in  stance above; another.had a  sea lion head" at the end'of its  rid'ge pole; two others had  painted thunderbirdi-    on    the  . gable. Most distinctive was the  painted' figure of a man  straddling the doorway of One  house, and carved posts in  the shape of seals, sea lions,  and blackfish in another.  It will 'be seen from the  above that the totem Pole  business has a great deal oi  sirhilarity with the ancestor  worship "and animal deities,  coupled with a good d'oseVcf  Self agrandizement of the old  World. There ������ V is not much  difference between our Salish  friend's grave posts - and    the  ' ornate ornaments in some of  our earlier type European  cemeteries. ' A^  '" I was interested in the  fact the Seehelts forrnerly  congregated' and h^d! permanent dwellirigs at Perider 'Harbour around 1800.^ It isi' odd  that there is V no - trace ;-of  this move in  trie '> annals, Uof  ���   the Seehelts; Even the church  ;' has no'record of it. V       ���.  .' ':���   $he! .small: island, that con-  stitutes' the' Keserve ������ ;at    Pen-  . der is only an acre or two 7in  ; extent so- the !buiidings:' spb.  keri of must    have-' beenV^int  some':other '"jsrart" of the    har-  -.'hoixt. 'It'rnay be that .thip';re-  icordJer  carrie  upon     them    at  Vthe height'iof the herring run  when  they   would .be-' gather-���  '   ing^ spaym.     7"V        ::-   -  ,.,-f  JAVE JWONEY!  \ More: than ; 105,000 Caria-  ! .'���������.-���'���"*'  !->clians are assured of having  I inbre -money through their  ' �� .ihVest6rs Syndicate Plans'.  >'  ... ��� ���"- ��� .'. -���.���' ���      ��� '���������' ��� ��� -'    '.,'."- -" '���  ! F6r Full details contact your  ! Investors representative:  Write or Phone  NEVILLE ASTLEY  District Manager  -     503-640   W.  Hastings  . Phone; Marine   5283  Vancouver 2*-�� B.C.  IWESTORS  Syndicate  ttf��  if of ^s real rye  '<P:  - .v ��� \ ���  it should say so on the label  JX these men are discussing rye, at least  one of them will be surprised to fl��d his  brand doesn't say "rye" on the label  Real rye whisky is made principally  from rye grain and the label should say  so. Look at the label of your brand ��~-  you may be missing something!  ���Veiy few u^ciHed "Ry��*]l  "-are-real Rye Whisky. >   V  Welcfiert pride tltemselve. a��  makers ef Ry�� WbisMe* an.  call their products real    \  "Bye" because they are mtdfi  principally ftca ry* I 'Ha*  Time was when tri-t--_og wicks and cleaning lamp chimneys was  standard home procedure. Now, thousands of lamps in B.C. are  vanishing as dependable, low-cost electricity comes in. The steady  growth of Power Commission facilities is bringing an easier, better  way of life to B.C. *'..���'' ?  Your Power Commission is working at top speed to e^tenci service  .  so the greatest possible number  of people can benefit from  economical electricity.  Distillers of Real RyeWhiskm  and Fin* Gins  �������� J^?_r��l__FJ_. _, _?L_f _��� t^J_F5__,iri!_L^lr' y $L^3f=.*b^  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or bytne  Government of British Columbia.  .   :���&).���;  mi  am &��_(---  Romantic duets by Joan  Fairfax and Denny Vaughan  are highlights of the weekly  TV show, "On Stage" with  Benny Vaughn. The program  appears on the CBC telivision  network every Monday night  at, 9.30 Denny and Joan are  regulars on the program  which, features special guests  each- week.  THEY  ALSO  RAN  I know little about horse  racing, practically nothing,  but I know there is a much  .used expression which has to  .do with horses that have not  distinguished themselves and  they are referred to as "also  rans". -  It is not a complimentary  term. In any walk of life the  number of distinguished persons is not large, at best about  one or two percent, the rest  are ordinary, mundane individuals who *also ran.  Late in life that giant in  heart and mind', Phillips  Brooks, said: "I would like  to have been captain of an  ocean liner." That is not  hard to believe. He was a  born leader of men and it is  Renew Your Family's  1  CHILDREN^ STRONG PLASTIC COATS ^2.75  '.SOlU'WESTERS $ .75 " "'  faoMENS SHOWER PROOF COATS and BURBERRYS  GUM BOOTS - OVERSHOES  10 & 12 inch RUBBER BOOTS  OUTDOOR MEN'S WEATHER PROOF GARMENTS  Ne6-�� PRENE -r- REPELLIT ��� BLACK DIAMOND  PANTS AND JACKETS  MEN'S WORKSH1RTS and CRUISER JACKETS  Lovely New Skirts  Beautiful Materials & Styles  Phone 29F ~ Seehelt  DIRECTORY  Business and  Professional  ACCOUNTING SERVICE  PENINSULA*  ACCOUNTING SERVICE  All  Types  of Accounting  ���  problems Expertly Attended  Village Enterprises Bldg.     .  Seehelt   v yy-V-'-VV,'.! ."���'  Office Open 9 ^m^-~7-5 7p_o..%  .,    '7. ���PailyV:7v:7;;-:r.,.,V7:-';v  i~. Phone Seehelt 98F    ,  P.O. Box 38. Oibsbns      7  BICYCLES,   BABY-BUGGIES   ;  SECHELT   CYCLE .:��������� '  Bicycles New &7 Recondition^  Repairs to AlljVVheeledVG��od*7  Saw Filing  Lawn Mowers Sharpened  Phone Seehelt 95M  BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIBSONS V  BUILDING    SUPPLIES  . \     LTD,   (;  "WE   CARRY   THE   STOCK"  Phone Gibsoire 53  BULLDOZING ,  BUILDING  "BULBEiOZINO,  CONTRACTING ";  Ran Vernon.  R;R.  1,  Gibsons  w: -;Phone:V26b;.-.:V'7!7'  CLEANERS    PENINSULA    CLEANERS  Cleaners  for  the   Seehelt  Peninsula  Phone:  '   Gibsons  100 ���;  ~~        BEAUTY  SALONS  SECHELT.  BEAUTY    SALON  �� Appointments   Only  Phcfne Seehelt 95F    7  HOURS;   10   a:m.  io  5  p.m.  PLUMBING ...    .  MARSHALL'S  PLUMBING  HEATING. &   SUPPLIES  Phone Gibsons  134, 104 or 33  RADIO  RICHTER'S   RADIO ��� TV  SALES and SERVICE *  Speedy,,; Guaranteed Work  SALES ON EASY TERMS  Phone SECHELT .6  Notary Public  Legal   Documents   promptly  attended to  W.J.   (Jack)  Mayne.  Phone 24.  _    _    Seehelt  B.C.  GIFT STORE ���  Notions���Cards���Toys  Miscellaneous Gifts  THRIFTEE    STORES  Left of Post Office  77 ���������';   Gibsons, B.C.  v Headquarters;- For Wool  ELECTRICAL  WORK       F  Home and Industrial Wiring  Electrical  Heating  GIBSONS    ELECTRIC  7 V Phone 130   -  ��������������/','.    </.    ������' '.-������������ .���        .-��� .'���.   ���-.  7!     Authorized  GE  Dealer ,  Radios. Appliances. TV Service  TVVIftlNG    y  Commercial & .Residential .  .- V ^Electric  i-      SpaceVHeatinff   7  Anywhere on the Peninsula  PARKER��and SIM    v  7"V ELECTRIC7  Parker's  Hardware  Seehelt 51 ~ 75K Evenings  MACHINISTS  HILL'S'MkCHINE    SHOP  Mobilized Welding ,-  difficult t0 imagine him in  any other role. In most people there is a desire to know  the direction in which one is  going and, if possible, to know  what the outcome of life's experiences will be. They like  to stand upon the captain's  bridge.  Yet in the greatest concern  of all, matters of the soul,  complete knowledge is denied'.  There is continual need for  faith and the best and wisest-  feel it/ A beautiful poem by*  Jchn T. McFarland expresses  this   truth..      .  I go not where   I    will    but  must;  pThis planet, ship .on  which  'I ride  Is drawri by a resistless tide;  I    touch    no    pi-let    wheel  but trust v       ���      ��� '  That One who holds the chart  of stars,  Whose    fathom-lines    touch  'lowest deeps  Whose ������ eye ;vthe  - boundless���  spaces sweeps,  Will Guicte the ship through^  cosmic bars. >V  My soul goes not    a    chosen ��  way;  A    current    underruns    my  life  That moves alike in peace or  strife,  And  turns not for  my yea  or nay. ���     '.'"'���.  Not on the bridge, but at the   .  mast/  I sail o'er this    far-streaming sea;  I will arrive;  enough for me  ���  My    Captain's    smile    and  words at last.  The widow of a really great  man confessed about her husband: "He wasn't easy to live  With". The lot of the gifted  is not easy, tori ,many of them  are, as Carlyle said "Like-  ships on fire at sea for the  benefit of the spectator on v  'shore."   _,;..-.^.��.i.-~..-i- >y--^< ���������������-'. ������ ~  From-the beginning of time  ithere have been men arid wo- V!  . men; weighted down with, re. -  sponsibilities and    they . need  ; Our    sympathy    and ^prayers.  VElijah once criedV in self-reproach, ''I am riot;better, than  my fathers.?^ That 7 was not  quite true for lie was a great,  man; but for those of usVwho  are among the "also rans", we  can but humbly and reverently, do our best.    , .  Julia Ward Howe once invited Charles Si^mner to meet  a distinguished guest at her  home but he said. scornfully:  "I do riot know that I wish  to meet your friend. I have  no   interest:   in   .individuals."  In contrast    to    that   surly  and  ungracious   attitude   Paul  stresses- the truth,- as did  his ,:  Master before  him,   that Godi  is tremendously' interested    in  individuals.' Indeed it has been  said that the three  classes of  people .(Jesus  had   most  fre-  Vquent'iy i^   mind    were    the   ���  last, the  least and the lost.  The writer once had a ccn-  versatiori . with an 0I& superannuated! minister who had  outlived by twenty years the  Psalmist's span of' three-score  arid ten. The aged man -fold  of days when travelling    was  Welding- Anywhere ��� Anytime 7-exceedingly difficult arid hardships a daily lot.With perfect  Expert   Tradesmen  Precision    Machinists  Phone 54 .  Residence  152  CHIMNEY SWEEPING  Insure yourself against Fire  by having your  chimney swept.  L. SMITH  GIBSONS 20X'  FURNITURE        yA ;'.'-,   '  C and -S' SALES, SERVICE  Agents   For   r  Propane Gas  Combination  Gas  Ranges  Sales   and  Installations  Free Estimates  Electric and Gas Hot Plates  FURNITURE  -'-'    LINOLEUMS   :  ��� Phone 3 0G Seehelt  frankriess. he told of what he  considered had been his own  limitations of a minister. He  summed1 it up: by sayiing: "I  did not always get on well  and I made some serious mistakes but I did the! best I  could.  7; ' !  Our quotation to-day is by  Browning: "All service ranks  the  same   with   God-."  r  REFRIGERATION  REFRIGERATION  SALES Tand SEIiVICE  Commercial ��� Domestic  2 5 Years' Experience  A. M. CAMPBELL  SECHELT 83Q  Music School  Three requests that the University of' B.C. eestablish a  School of Music were reciev-  ��� ed by the University Board  of Governors at their regular  meeting.  The Music Committee of the  Community Arts Council, the  Junior League of Vancouver  arid the Kiwanis Club of Vancouver all sent , in requests  urging immediate establishment of a School of Music.  Roberts Creek  M. NEWMAN  Capt. and Mrs Alan White,  nee Eleanor Shaw, have moved from Nanaimo from which  point he has been transferred,  bj hlack'-all I-er.'v i.b take  the  jarvis   Inlei  run  Mrs. >usan Scou left on  and are now in residence  Hor.>.sh;>e  liay.  A__o leaving the district is  Mrs. M.M Curtis who is  leaking her 1-ome with Mrs.  Ci-abb, in Burnaby.    .  Dr. and Mrs Lowe have  bought a box.'.e in Vancouver  and are now in' reidence  there.  Mr.  Al Pellitier    has    concluded a two week's visit with-  Mr.   and  Mrs. R. Eades    and  returned to Britannia Beach.  The Badminton Club got  off to a good start last Tuesday. Effected .as- president and  secretary-treasurer are Don  Weal and Barbara Coles, respectively, replacing Dick  Kennet and Mrs. Newman.  The club will meet each Tues"  day night at the Hall. New  members and guests will be  welcome.  R.B. Boucher, R. McSaven-  ey and W. Lee are the three  men who will be in charge of  the -Roberts . Creek .Scouts.  Some,.717 -���. boys'., showed up. at  t]he meeting Ori V Monday with  MAlLLEYll  application forms completed.  Tools left lying about amid)  shavings, branches and. so on,  resulted in an order to bring  a "staff" to the next meeting.  $1750 in prizes  for paper essays  Students of British Columbia's junior and senior high  schools are already thinking  ever their 1955 essay topic  "How We Depend On Paper".  Thirty students will soon win  $1,750 in prizes. Because British Columbia is divided into  zones, the winners will come  from all parts of the province. Students . will compete  only with others near their  own age and grade.  T-oast News  Oct.  20  1955      3  Information and application  forms for the contest may be  obtained from the Canadian  pulp and paper Association,  Western Division, 550 Bur-  rard Street, Vancouver 1, B.C.  The contest cioses on Nov.  SO,  1955.  Calcium is an important  mineral that aids in the clotting of blood, regulating the  heart beat and the making of  bones and teeth. Its chief  sources  are   milk  and cheese.  COOKIES  O^i>^0q^ct!  UNION  RED & WHITE STORE  Th�� Largest Food Store o�� the Peninsula  With the Widest Variety  Phone Seehelt 18  FOR FREE DEMVERY  MEAT   SPECIALS  ��� ���  ������ ���       I.. i. i i,,., 11.     m  LEAN STEWING BEEF; Gr. A.  BEEF KIDNEYS  CROSSRIB ROASTS, Gr. A.  RINDLESS SLICED SIDE BACON^  per lb. 59c  per !b. 29c  per lb. 59c.  2 pkt��� 63e  Chopped. Suet for Puddings  Order Turkeys Early for Christmas  syfittp  ' i ��� u u >  ite_E#  OUR ANNUAL RED & WHITE  NLOAD   SALE  STARTS OCT. 27  WATCH FOR A TRAINLOAD OF GROCERY BARGAINS  STORE HOURS: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuc. to Sat.  V.'  ���*��� v �� ' j f-i.f ��.**  cigars with larqe bilfe-  Stick it under ^i^ttrnfis  Qpectaculat butmaiches" mh  doabettajob!  % ;Hid_ ft in the cookie jar-  loo lumpy for comfortable sleeping!  and fist-  Too risky,-Junior atways raids the jar]  o  It  ;ou really need it!  BahksM^meMDeal  ���y^or^^f^  Now there you. -have: something/  whether you pay a!! cash or in  instalments! They're fireproof and  safe too^���every bond is registered.  They're no good for papering wads  but can be used fo buy the whole  ''���''���<s-"widi&)Hlt*<r.'  Wir-.Vj--"  ._���  �������������� %  S      10th Series pays      \  3V4%       i  interest      ^>*  house. And what a comfortable feeling to know you have the funds for  an emergency or opportunity. More  than a million Canada Savings  Bond investors have that comfortable  feeling. /  CS-4-55-W2 Double christening  Two small citizens of Gibsons were major characters in  a double christening ceremony  at St. Mary's church on Sunday,  Oct.   16.  Father ' Kenny of Seehelt  officiated at the ceremony  when Shirley Anne Joyce  Symes, daughter of Mr. and  Mrs. Bruce C. Symes, and  Russell Walter Johr. Nygren,  son of Mr. and! Mrs. Walter  Nygren were baptized.  Shirley's grandparents were  her godparents, and Russell's  godparents were Mr. and Mrs.  Otto Kessner. Mrs. Kessner is  Mrs. Nygren's sister.  Shirley's    christening    robe  was her grandmother's, the  same Crobe in which all her  uncles and great uncles have  been christened.  Mr. William Haley volunteered his services as organist.  BIRTHS  To Mr. and Mrs. Kelvin  Phcenix of Vancouver, Oct.  14, a son, Fredrick Charles,  8 pounds a grandson for Mrs.  M.  Lumsden, West Seohelt.  A daughter, Oct. 9 at Vancouver General Hospital, to  Mr. and Mrs. J. Bland, M &W  Camp, Seohelt;  ggmsm:.  m&m  ��il_i?-^^^*._iii-3  ^*Kf��SSt3  British Columbia's  Centenary  The B.C. Centenary Committee requests  ideas and suggestions for the Province's 1958  centennial'   celebrations  This Is Your  Province's  100th  Send your ideas NOW to:  B.C. CENTENARY COM-WITTEE  Parliament Buildings  VICTORIA,      B.C.  ANNUAL SCHOOL MEETINGS  SCHOOL DISTRICT NO, 46 (SECHELT)  IN THE FOLLOWING ATTENDANCE AREAS:  Gibsons ��� Tues. Nov. 1, 1955 at 8: p.m.  School HaU  Roberts Creek ��� Wed. Nov. 3, 1955 at 8: p.m.  Roberts Creek School  Bowen Island ��� Thur.i Nov. 3, 1955 at 8: p.m.^  .'���    Bowen Island School*  Halfmoon Bay ��� Thur. Nov. 3, 1955 at 8: p.m.  Halfmoon Bay School  Irvines Landing ���-Thur. Nov. 3, 1955 at 8: p.m.  Pieper's Hall \  .   . "���  Gambier Island ��� Sat, Nov. 5, 1955 at 2: p.m.  Army and Navy Vets Hall  Egmont��� Sat. Nov. 5, 1955 at. 2: p.m.  Egmont School  Nelson Island ��� Sat. Nov. 5, 1955 at 2 p.m.  Nelson Island School  Pender Harbour ��� Mon. Nov. 7, 1955 at 8: p.m.  Pender Harbour Sr. High-Elementary School  Seehelt ��� Tues. Nov. 8, 1955 at 8.:, p.m.  Seehelt School  Board of School Trustees  School District No. 46   (Seehelt)  ips    T-W    Spartan  .   1956 MODELS  For the Price Conscious  Customer  PHILIPS CHANNELOCK  .  17 inch ��� $229.95  21 inch ��� 269.95  CONSOLE 21 inch ��� 329.95  Blondes  Slightly  Extra  SPARTON -- "The Cadillac of the T-V Industry'  1956 Models Now Available  SPARTON T-V gives Performance plus  Viewing Enjoyment, Listening Tone, AND  Freedom from Servicing troubles.  * Before you Buy, We Urge You to See the  17 inch screen at $235.95  21 inch screen       $295-00*  21 inch Console   $359.95  Inquire about the Larger Models Available.  "^  HARDWARE,  APPLIANCES  Phone 32  Gibsons  OUR REPUTATION IS BUILT ON EQUIPMENT  KNOW-HOW and CONTINUING 'EXTRA* SERVICE  I  ��� !  enanges  date for tea  A new date was chosen for  The Headlands VON auxiliary  Fall Tea originally advertised  for Nov. 24 which is also the  date of the Eastern Star's  Christmas Tea. It was decided!  to hold a Chrysanthemum Tea  on Nov. 8 in the United  Church  Hall.  Plans for a sale of work and  home cooking were made.to  include, the making of mincemeat by members as well as  the many knitted arid embroidered articles.  The meeting was held at tlie  home of Mrs. Res on Oct. 1_J  The secretary read a letter  from the Elphinstone Branch!  in reply to the $100 turned  over by this auxiliary. In this  letter it was mentioned : the  credit due the auxiliary fcr the  money which they raise- to  carry on the services of the  V.O.N.  Mrs. Haley, secretary of the  "Elphinstone Branch, spoke of  the new auxiliaries which .are  being formed at- Seehelt ��� and  Granthams Landing. She ��� also  made the suggestion that' at  seme future date the'��� auxi.li-���  ariea might ."combine for a  Peninsula  tea.  The- ��� next meeting will lC&ev  held at-' the'- home of Mrs.*  Grant, on Oct. 26th. New members ;\y ill be welcome.  Holy Family bazaar  Coasjt News, Oct., 20  1955  Two Mowers  Tw6 miscellaneous showers  were given to honor Miss  Winona Pratt of V Porpoige  Bay to help to fill her hope  chest for her coming mar-?;  riage to Roy Trites in TSt;  Hilda's Church, Seehelt, Oct.  '29. ������!'  Mrs. L. Turner, Seehelt invit-;  ed three Vancouver friends  of the bride-to-be,' the Misses  Betty Baker and Karen Stock-  well, and Mrs. Turner's daughter Mrs. Wood, as well as lof  cal friends.  Mrs. B. Salter, Porpoise.  Bay, held a , shower on Men-  day, October V 17. Numerous;  friends presented, the guest of  honour with many gifts. 7=  . The Holy Family Church  bazaar and raffle in the L"eg-  Hall on Thursday Oct, 13  was a success. This bazaar  was postponed from Oct. 11  in order to give everyone a  chance to attend the raffle.  There was a good selection  of home cooking which sold  out  early in the evening  and  Garden Bay  By Judith Flelcher  Delegates from St. Mary's  Hospital to the B.C. Hospital  Association convention in Vancouver were Col. S Johnstone  and Ian Wbodburn, hospital  administrator!  . Mr. and Mrs. Carl Remmen  and family spent a . week in  New Westminster and attend'  ed the wedding of Mrs. Rem-  men's brother.  Ian McKechnie has returned7  to Middle. Point after spending the summer iri the nortn..  Miss Margaret Lehman, R.  N., has resigned at St. Mary's  hospital and is now in Vancouver. '-...:.  Capt. Christmas of the Co?,  lumbia Coast Mission is. building a home at Billings . Bay.  where he will, live after re"  tirement shortly. He will be  missed in the Harbour district;  James Cameron spent sever-  ,'al  days on business  in    Vancouver.  Dr. and. Mrs. Swan motor"  ed to Kingston, Ont., to visit  Dr. Swan's parents, Rev. and  Mrs. Minto Swan. Eleanor  Anne, two month eld granddaughter1 will' .be introduced  to the grand-parents, the return trip will be by air. ���"       *.  the apron and fancy work  stall did exceptionally well  also.. Lucky "7" was the big  attraction, and over 60 articles  were disposed of in short time.  This was under the direction  of Bernie Duval and Olie Kor-  gan.  Bingo did very well and  Mr. Heskin and Mr. Dilworth  did  a  fine  job.  .The ladies of the parish  worked hard for the success  of the bazaar. Mrs., Holland,  Mulligan, Mayne, Johnson,  Crucil, Tyson, Lemieux, Kor-  and Heskin did' a wonderful  job and all the credit goes to  these ladies for the bazaar's  success. Nearly . $300 was  handed to Father Kenny, ,.the  proceeds ; of the evening and  raffles.  Prize winners were: The  Cake made by the Sisters at  the Indian School, won' * by  Mrs. D. Mulligan, Ticket 5627  overnight case, Np. 193772,  Mrs. Evelyn Smith; lamp, No.  193027, V. Fontaine; carvers  $Jb. 192089, P. Cucovas; doll,  No. 718, Julie Steele; small  doll,  Heather Parker.  The House Interior  with the new  M.  CEILING   T3L_  and  in  4  colors  (No   Nail-holes   or   Cracks   to  fill in. Already Painted  Mahogany 3-Ply 17c .sq. ft.  P.V. Hardboard $2.08 sheet.  PAINTS  GIBSONS BUILDING!  SUPPLIES, LTD.  .Phone Gibsons 53  . m  -���-"^"iMiir^���r���  wmm  WALLET FOUND    .  On Saturday last, Mr. Norman Hough- of Gibsons found  a wallet with over $90 in  cash, and no form of identification. He turned it over to  R.C'.M.P. who traced it to Mr.  W.J. Emery of Port Mellon,  who made a substantial reward for the recovery of the  wallet.  . \  New Bus Schedule  Effective:  Nov.  I, 1955  The new Schedule may be seen at the  SECHELT MOTOR TRANSPORT OFFICE  SECHELT  TICKET OFFICE, GIBSONS WHARF or  PACIFIC STAGE LINES DEPOT, *  VANCOUVER  Any objections' id these changes may be filed with the  Motor Carriers Branch of the Public Utilities Commission, 1740 West Georgia, Vancouver, before   Nov. 1,  1955., '*:.".  No changes  are planned in the  Port Mellon  and Gower  .Point routes.  SECHELT MOTOR TRANSPORT  Pantry shower  The Unied Church manse  committee held a pantry shower at the church, Oct.. 14 in,  honiiir of Mrs. Kemp, wife of  the new minister.  Some 25 members and*  friends of the W.A.-enjoyed a  pleasent afternoon.' Mrs. New-  .mart presented 'the 'gifts 'to  Mrs. Kemp virt-O replied in an  apt manner.   .  Refreshments were served  by Miss P. Doherty, Mrs.  Warwick and Mrs. Forbes  assisted by-other W.A members.  'S ALL-  WORK  AT  PIONEER CRUISER JACKETS  -4  "  STAMP ALBUM FOUND    ,       THE     FAMOUS  Mr. Charles Robinson fpund|  a stamp album on t33e:Roeky^:  Road. The owner, may    have  same by phoning him at 115R.  Ctaini Services  Oct.   23,  1955.  ANGLICAN  20th Sunday after Trinity  St. Bartholomew's,    Gibsppt  11 a.ih. Sunday School  3.30 p.m. evensong  Si. Hilda's, Secheli  11.00   a.m.   Holy Communion  11 a.m._ Sunday School  Si. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  11.00 a.m. Sunday SchooJ  2.00 p.m. Evensong  Port  Mellon    .....  Community Church   ',  7.30 p.m. Evensong  SI. ..M_upy.'s,;:/Penderr-H*rbour-.  1170^7 aVmV Divine Service  '..yy. !;;:tTNiT)ED  Q.haona  Public  Worship,, 11.00 a.m.,  Roberts Creek, 2 .p.m.     \x  Wilson Creek  Public Worship, 3.30 p.m.  ST. VINCENT'S  Holy Family, Seehelt,    9 a.m.  St. Mary's, Gibsons, 10.30 a.m.  Port Mellon,   first  Sunday of  each month at 11.35 a.m.  PENTECOSTAL  10 a.m. Sunday School  11 a.m. Devotional  7.30    Evening Service      ���  7.30 Wenesday Evenings  Bible Study  8 p.m. Friday night  Young People  at  8   p.m.  BETHEL. SECHELT  Sunday Gospel, 3 p.m.  IS  ii  SPORTS  ASSORTED  GARSS MACKINAW^  HEAVY - ALL  $19^5  $2L95  ... <.-!-!�����  SNYDER'S OLIVE GREEN  fROUSERS  $9.75  $11.si  MAX LEX WATERPROOF CLOTHING  X 9.  !'i ���_��� '���.'* ���  M&DE.lNvSCOTLAND';  HOODED JACKETS $11.95  $11,501  STANFIELD'S ALL WOOL UNDERWEAR/ 2 PIECE SUIT^ $9.90  HEAVY DOESKIN SHIRTS $4.50 WORK SOCKS 75c to $1.50  arine  GIBSONS  2 LEARN TO SWIM  Everyone in normal health  should be able to, swim, not  merely- for the benefit of the  exercise but also because of  knowing how to care for oneself in the water may prove  a lifesaver in emergency.  Coast News Oct. 20  1955      5  CAN   BE   AVOIDED  Whooping cough is one of  the most, dangerous contagious  diseases. It causes the death of  many children but it can be  avoided by having children*  immunized agianst the disease.  FOR SALE  CARD- OF THANKS  ~~Mr.   and Mrs. Sam  Lament  thank the    people    of    Headlands    and    nighbourhood    in,  Gibsons    for    their   help    in  searching for  their small  son  Allan last  Wednesday  and to  Mr.  Fred  Barnes   for  picking  him j up  and trying to    locate  hi9 home as well as Don-Hau-.  ka for his help.  LOST    . V" ~  , Ohe 4-ft lumber roller, "on  North Road1 above junction  of i^eid Road. Please notify  Cliff, Oviatt Phone 102R Gib-  son_*.  HEi;? WANTED  j      EMPLOYMENT  INFORMATION        '  DO YOU NEED HELP?  DO. YOU. WANT WORK?     .  Place your .Requirements   for  Female   Help  with  WHITAJCER   & REYNOLDS  Cherry Whitaker's Office'.'-...  Box   126,.   Seehelt  Phonesiydays,   Seehelt   63.  evenings*  81R  or  78R  WORK  WANTED      ���   ,  Spray  arid  brush ��� painting;    Totem Realty  Gibsons  also paperhariging. J. Melhus;  Phone   Gibsons   33. '"Mi.  (continued)  Used washing machines $15  up. Used vacuum cleaners $10  up. Parker's Hardware, Seehelt. tfn  1947 Nash Ambassador, low  good condition. One owner  Original paint. Irwin Motel,  Phone  Gibsons   135 tfn  Buy the world's finest knit-  ing yarns by mail. Today  send 10c for 200 fringe samples. Eleanor Violet, 2588  Alma Road, Vancouver  8 (47)  We think you might' like  : this property, ,2 Vz acres on  main road, seaview, small  comfortable home electric  lights, desirable location, full  price ..only, $3150 on easy  terms  Totem Realty."  Power saw P.M. Woods Boss  32 inch bar, hew chain: Perfect condition, G. Payton,  Roberts Creek, B.C.  - THREE only adjoining view  lots, in Gibsons on level, good  homesite, excellent investment  full price for the three lots  only  $1050 very    low    terms  Roberts Creek  BY MRS. M. NEWMAN  Roberts Creek ��� Teen Town  had its first party of the season at the Legion Hall on Saturday night. In charge of Mrs.  Where to Eat  in  Gibsons    i  -Cui-i-A-den  Coffee Shop  Offers Lunches,  Snacks  Good Home-Cooked  Meals  Convenient,    Pleasant  Below Post Office  ANNE    GARY  SPECIALS    ,  ��rs Deluxe  CHIPS  Excellent EVieals  FERRY CAFE  ; Theatre Bldg.,   Gibsons  Dining  rcoom  TRY   OUR   SPECIALTIES  Breast of Chicken  Fresh B.C.  Sarrion  "WHERE   QUALITY  COUNTS". -.-.-  Phone GIBSONS 140  A D-4 Cat and Arch,.by contract or by hour1 Warren Gil-  bertson Phone Seehelt 37M (2  FOR RENT ' -���   '������-��� ���'  ���  3 room suite, also bedrocm'  on. closed in verandah. Phone  117W Gibsons,- formerly Bal-  lentine's   Block, tfn  Lovely three bedroom home  unfurnished, electric heating,  beach location, good electric  range, $65 monthly. Referen?  ces required. Totem Realty.-  Gibsons.  wa^nted~t"o~buy  Will, pay cash for beach  lot, 100 ft frontage, Gibsons  to Seehelt region, with access  to lot by auto, available fresh  water, slope to beach - ^ no  steep descent. ICC- Alexander,  2116 West 20th, Vancouver (2  WANTED"TORRENT ~  Remember we advise  keeping your eye .on Hopkins.  Its  not too late,  afew.good    lots  still available.     Totem  Realty  ���Gibsons.       7, _  TToi  acres land,     100    fruit  trees,  50Q   feet- waterfrontage,;.  good .water 'supply,    sheltered  boat anchorage, Vnice    pebble  beach; ���������', six . room    furnished  house, fullprice $6750 Totem..- gion  HaU,  8 p.m.  Les Peterson, the youngsters  danced played games and enjoyed plenty of good food.  Guests, at the R.JV Eade9  home over the weekend were  Reg Eades, Vancouver, and  Al  Peletier  of Britannia.  Mrs. H. Robinson is back  from Hospital in Vancouver  and feeling well again.  The School Hall at Gibsons  has been   rented  for Nov.  24  by the Eastern Star for their  FalL bazaar  which,   this year,  should' be better    than    ever.  The members are working industriously, under the capable  leadership of Mr.    R.>   Eades,  and a great deal of work    is  being turned out. The Seehelt  group met last week  at;   the  home of    Mrs.    Pearson    and  spent the    afternoon    making  doll's wardrobes    which    will  demonstrate    what  ,the    well  dressed dolly will be wearing  at Christmas time. Pillow .cases are. among the items being  given special attention by. the  Roberts Creek group.  Gibsons, PortMellon, Halfmoon Bay, Wilson Creek  groups all are busy working  to make the bazaar a success  so that the work of: the order .  may be carried, on efficiently.  Cancer dressings and ' Cancer  research are the province-  wide project of this. great .order. .  Fifteen  members of the   O.  E.S.    from    Seehelt,    Roberts  Creek and Gibsons were enter-,  tained at    Port    Mellcn    last  Wednesday    by the Port Mellon members  of    the    Order.  After being escorted about the  town and plant the ladies  gathered at the home of Mrs.  Swan where  the were    servd  a delicious  tea.    Mrs.     Swan  'was presented with    a    plant  from the    Eades'    greenhouse  as a memento of the visit.  New Fall Styles at  Ladies Pumps, Loafers & Ballerinas  ALSO MEWS HEAVY RUBBER FOOTWEAR  PHONE 6 . GIBSONS  $5  Gibsons Garden Club  -. ANNUAI_  /HUM** ��H���W  Tuesday,  Oct.   25  at  8 p m.  United  Church  Hall  All Welcome        -        Refreshments  *���*����-��-'�������. !���*��-��_���_ 01  _**?'*.!!*11_ w��Mti.m��ttiit��mB��Tn��tiowntai  THE DATE PAD  .Oct. 20: St. Bartholemew's  W.A. Turkey Supper.  Oct, 20: Gibsons: Canadian  Legion   General   meeting,,  Le-  Realty  Gibsons.  Partly furnisher 2 or.3 bed-  ,roonl7homev_tor Nov. 1st B  434 Coast News. 42  WANTED  Drs. Playfair and Swan are  interested in waterfront property in Bargain Harhoujr,  area.  ���" V   "V  J_iAL~ESTATE  Gibsons Sirtce 1945  John Coleridge Realty  The Oldest Established Office  (Immediately South ��1 the   *.  Post Office)   ,.  Notary Public  Sales. .Conveyancing,   Management  Agent for   the   Official  Admihistrator etc.  Connection with important  Vancouver Realtors.  Local Office DVA and VLA  INSURANCE  Fire, Auto, Liability. Prompt,.,  courteous service; Totem Realty, Gibsons. tfn  GORDON* AGENCIES  ���... ���:��� v--.--ScMei.el- "��� ���'  REAL   EST_VTE  and   INSURANCE  Phone 53F       -Evenings  and  Holidays    81M  Watch repairs v     . -.-..;  Fast,    accurate,    guaranteed  watch repairs.    Marine Men's  Wear, Gibsons.    ���      ; tin  _   ���     '-'"-������.- .  Watch Repair: All types of  watches and jewelry repaired..  Reliable, fast, efficient;^Union  General Store   Seehelt.       fcfa  AGjBN.TS"~~~     .   ���"'���  V!~~~ '  ��� MRS. GLADYS LILLEJORD  V Representing  "..  .'-. V AVC^PRODtTCTS        -  Gibsons      Phone 90Y'   (43  FOR SALE  BUDGIES  All Colors"Talking Slrai*  C. R Ballentine  Phone Gibsons 127      If a  Buescher .Tenor    Saxophone  - $85, 0. Tompkins, Gibsons  7:Better! service, better    buys  , more listings   from  Port Mel-r  lpn tp Ruby Lake and Pender  Harbour, for quick action list  with Totem Realty at Gibsons.  Large ; size circulating wood  heater $15. Better, grade high  chair, as new. $8  Gibb Gran-  Vthams~> T/-V 7 . -*.' *X-:y'X  One, and    only    one    view  lot left at Hopkins,  65 ft    of  road frontage.  Close to store,  ; Post- Office, a^'Tbeach. Ideal!  for just plain living or" for the  retired folks. Full price only-  $850 Totem, Realty Gibsons 44  "mjmmATY system  ..Which would reproduce  your  ��� records to  perfection  76M (fibsohs  Good practice piano. Mrs.  R!W. Vernon. Phone, Gibsons  26Q   ^"V ��� '-3-  WOOD  Aider or Fir   '  Also Slab Wood  SERVICE FUELS  Ran Vernon  Phone Gibsons 26Q  ;.��    One:, MjcLary, oil stove    less  . than!; 2 years! old    $150    Fit? *  zimmons House 73, Port Mellon. ,  ~Semi furnished home in Bay  area. This could be made into  one of the better type houses.  Full basement &rid lots of  room. 130 feet 'of rosid < frontage: 130ft deep.. This can be  purchased on very easy terms'  Drop in "and see us at Totem  Realty   or  phone  44   Gibsons.  :~~30_bodge;. panel    3A    ton,  ' New tiresLVarid-  motor. .,D.F..  Morris Middle Point B.C.  l.jprag saw with 3    blades'  Phone 76M Gibsons 43  ~~Small cook stove Mrs. Har-  iowfi. Sniith. Gibsons RR1 (3  If you want 5 acres of land  just to be. a property owner,  '.'���or'-.if you' are looking to the  future, we have a place on the  North Road that might suit  your needs. There is a small  one room-dwelling and! water,  think this over, it could be  worth your whileV Full; price  only ^$000.00 Totem Realty  qibsons*44.  ,- .?���''���  7   . a  ^Typewriter ..-for sale; Remington noiseless in good working order. $39.50 Phone Seehelt 38F    ��� tfn  Monarch all steel wood and  coal range. D.F. Morris Middle Point. B.C.  Oct. 21, Gibsons Canadian  Legion L.A. Br. 109, Bazaar,  home cooking fancy work.  2-4.30 p.m. United Church  Hall  Oct. 21 School Hall Gibsons  8  p.m.    cribbage    and    whist  drive.  Oct. -25:   Gibsons:   at  High-  school, . 2  boys    speaking    on  U.N.    trip    and    Experiences  fo-lowing^P-TA meeting.  Oct.    25:   7Gibsons    Garden  Club at United Church    Hall,  Mum Show,  8  p.m.    Refreshments,  v." V....        ...'..._:,'' ���*  C|ct.27 Roberts Creek Halt  ���8 p,m, annual meeting Sunshine Coast Boy Scouts Association.  Oct.  28  Roberts   Creek Legion LiA. bazaar and tea-cup  'Phone,:, reading.  2   to 4 p.m.  43 Nov. 1, Wilson Creek L.A.  to , United dhurch, Bazaar at  Community Hall,! 2-4.30 p.m.  Nov. 4: Gibsons:    St.    Bartholomew's  Christmas Bazaar.  Nov. 7: Gibsons: Farmers'  Institute General Meeting 8  p.m., Parish Hall.  Nov. 8 Gibsons.' United'  Church Hall Headlands VON  Auxiliary holding Chrysanthemum Tea.  Nov.' 9:* Selma Park Hall,  VON Board Meeting 8 p.m.  Public  Welcome.  Nov. 12: Port Mellon: New  Community Hall, Kiwanis  sponsored dance. 4  Nov. 18, Roberts Creek, St.  Aidan's Church W.A. Tea and  Bazaar 2  p.m.  Nov; 24: Gibsons School Hall:  2.30 p.m. "Order Eastern  Star"  fall bazaar.  This Weeks Special: Five  acre's nearly all cleared, good  soil, .stream on property, barn  chicken house city water  lights, years supply wood, hay  2 bedroom heme, cement base- .  ment, close in, bargain $5250  easy terms. , >  Harold Wilson  operating  Totem  Realty  ,     Phone  Gibsons.. 44  evenings 1471  ALL KINDS-SIZES - GRADES     -  FREE LATEST PLANS FOR  9 ft. SKIFFS, I3vz ft. INBOARDS,  20 ft. SAILBOATS  X AVAILABLE ON REQUEST  A Complete Line of BUILDING MATERIAL at  Seehelt Building Supplies  LIMITED  Phone 60Q     Seehelt  -i  It's GOOD LOOKING its DEPENDABLE  It's Economical and IT'S PORTABLE  GLASS HEAT  Extra HEAT for the Sun Room, Sick Room,  V.,, . Office or Baesmeht'  Temporary Heat for a Seldom Used Corner  <    Good, Steady Heat Anywhere  FINISHED IN GREEN, CREAM OR BLACK  With or Without THERMOSTATIC CONTROL  T/iis Smart, Hand), Unit: $49.50 and $69.95  Gibsons Hardware  PHONE 33  GIBSONS  Racine Refridgerator, good  as new; $150: see at Woods  Hardware. Also 3 chairs, leather seats, 75c ea. Good steel  bed, Slumber King Spring,  Deep Sleep mattress $45; Tea  Selling our waterfront home Wagon, $3; Kitchen Table,  low down payment, or enqui- drop leaf $2. See at Mrs.^Tel-  ries invited .for lease. Brad- ford's. Phone Gibsons 121R  ford, Gibsons 104J. off  105R.  Also San.d  &  Gravel Products  CANADIAN FOREST PRODUCTS LTD  Howe  Sound  Pulp  Division  Aiinounce the Opening      ,  of the  COMMUNITY CENTRE  Saturday, October 22  IN O&DER-THAT COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION MEMBERS  AND THOSE DIRECTLY RESPONSIBLE AND INTERESTED  IN THE HALL CAN BE ACCOMMODATED AT THE COMMUNITY CENTRE OPENING, ATTENDANCE WILL BE BY  INVI TATION ONLY. Coast News  Oct. 20   1955  ecnei! (lines  Auxiliary mee  Seehelt Guides and Brownies Ladies Auxiliary held a  well attended meeting at the  home of Mrs. Stan Tyson,  Wilson Creek. Mrs. Tyson  was elected president,  A. Erickson secretary  Mrs.  Salter,  treasurer.  Plans were made for activities during  the coming  months. Anyone desiring to     sew  or knit should get  in    touch  with Mrs. D.  Walker for- materials.  Next meeting will  be  held Oct. 17 at the home    of  Mrs. B. Gordon, West Seehelt.  Prospective members are    invited to  attend'.  Mrs.  and  FROGMAN KEITH CARTER. 28, of Vancouver, starts his uh-  derwater patrol of Imperial Oil's new products pipe line trenched, in the soft mud of Burrard1 Inlet. Clad in a hocded rubber suit with flippers on his feet and air tanks on his back,  Carter swam 50 feet down to the line and inspected its 4,000ft.  length section by section for an hour, with one surfacing. Be  Seehelt News  BY MRS. A. A. FRENCH  Mrs. Invar Haavss of Vancouver is ��� visiting her parents  Mr. and! Mrs. Dunn.  David Parish,  son of    Mr.  and Mrs.    Tom    Pa'rrish    has  been hospitalized with appendicitis.  Mr. Stone, barber at Seehelt  Pool Hall is occupying Mrs.  Gibson's cottage while she is  holidaying in Quebec.  Mr. Tim Newcombe is ill  in Shaughnessy hospital.  MR. and Mrs. W. Elliott have  president    of    the   Provincial    to be home shortly.  Command    and!    zone    repre- Mrs.     Miniato     and     Mrs.  sentative for .this area, will be     Gross, daughters of Mr.^   and  'the speaker.  Mr. John Watson, of Powell  River, brother of Mrs, M.  Gibson visited Seehelt over  the weekend.    .  Mr. Percy Root is guest of  Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mayne for  about two weeks. Mr. Root  was overseas with Mr. Mayne  in the First War.  Mr. Joe Dolphin is getting  along very well in the Vancouver General Hospital after  his bad heart attack.    He ex-  returned from    their   holiday    pects to be home again short-  in the interior. . ' ly.  Joe  Dolphin is on the sick  list.  Mr. Arne Roos visiting here  after an absence of many  years says he finds many  changes.  Miss   Helen    Dawe    visited  Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Evans  are staying with daughter and  husband in West Vancouver  for a  few days.   They expect  Mr. J.A, Evans Seehelt, have  purchased two lots in the  West End and hubbies Oz and  Phil will be up soon to start  building summer homes for  the families.  Mr. and Mrs. Ed Laidlaw  are visiting at Boston ' Bar,  with Mrs. Laidlaws sister and  husband, Mr. and Mrs. Alec  Gibson and family.  Birthday congratulations to  Mrs. W.B. Billingsley, and  John  Clayton.  21  on Oct. 9.  Mr. and Mrs. Tom Duffy  entertained at a dinner party  for 16 guests.,  j Mr Al Mee former resident,  now of Powell River is visiting  Seehelt.  8    found' it in perfect shape, ready for the open trench to be fill-    her parents- Capt.    and    Mrs.  in.   The section is part of a six-mile line which this fall will    s   p_��awe.  I.O.O.F. Sunshine Coast  Lodge No.76 meets Gibson's Legion Hall 2nd and  4th Friday each month.  carry gasolines and other' oil products from Imperial's loco  refinery' on. Burrard's north shore, near Vancouver, to a new  marketing terminal being built near Burnaby.  AUTUMN WEATHER  cadis   for  NEW  FALL CLOTHING  for FISHERMEN  HASSAN'S  Pender Harbour  Carres a Pull Line of  Rubber Ctoti-inK,  JACKETS. BOOTS  etc-  i  Phone 11 -U  Pender  Harbour  For  See  SOLNIK  SERVICE STATION  AUTOMOTIVE  & MARINE  REPAIRS  WELDING  McCULLOCH SAWS  Phone       SECHELT  48C  -   tOm OF TNE TiME.SAVINtt OfFEIS IN  _��� N* 5��  *Qw-Qoj)��kop|>Ug''  At yjour branch of The Bank of  Nova Scotia is everything you need  to take care of your personal or  !��_mily finances, under one roof. Use  the Bank like a financial super*  SMurket���enjoy the time -saving advantage of "one-stop shopping" in  -money matters.  WILSON  ���   MORRISON  ��� Ah afternoon wedding in St.  Aiden's Church Oct. 9 performed1 by Canon H.U. Oswald united two well-known  young people, Dianne Morrison and Louis  R.M.  Wilson.  The bride    is    the    second  daughter  of Mrs.  -illian   and ���  the late W.L.    Morrison    and  the groom is. the son of    Mr.  and Mrs. Glen Wilson.  White satin net and lace *  with matching bolero was  chosen by the bride. A jewelled coronet held her three-  . quarter, length veil and a  bouquet of deep roses completed a charming picture.  Maid of honor Edna Mae  Morrison was gowned in a  floor length pink lace and  net. Bridesmaids I_orraine La  Breche and' Doris Solnik chose  ballerina length dresses in pastel shades with matching coronets of lace. Mrs. Lillian  Morrison was in- a midnight  blue: lace. gpw:n. with a corsage  of "pink' roses.     ''  ;  A reception for friends and  relatives , wsts. held .at the  bride's homeV Mrs.'Ted Chambers of Seehelt assisted the  hostess. She also, assisted in  designing' -and making, the  bride's dress. The toast to the  young couple . was proposed  by Mrs. E. Foulkes assisted by  Mr. Torn  Graham.  Guests from .Vancouver    included  Miss "Edna Mae   Morrison, Miss Rosalie    Stetinuck,1  a cousin; Mr.  Archie Johnson  and Mr. Z Czubajkowski.7  During the evening the  bridal party attended the dance at Wilson Creek where the  orchestra complimented %the  bride and groom with a wedding waltz. A honeymoon by  car to California was planned  after which the young couple  will live in Vancauver.  MacINNES   ���   WILANDER  -     ���  A honeymoon in San Francisco and Carmel followed' the  marriage of Mr. ami Mrs. Robert  Ross Maclnnes ori Oct.  1  in  Ryersoh United Church.  Rev. M.W. Stevenson heard  the vows.of Elizabeth-* Anne  Willander, daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. Wilander, and the  the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myers  Maclnnes.  The groom was attended by  Mr. Ion Mclnnes and ushers  were Mr. Jack Costigan, Mr.  Deane Lundy and Mr. Charles Patrick  Gray.  The bride chose ^ a simple  - French antique delustred satin gown with lace edging, the  deep portrait neckline, Seed  pearls edged the tiny pillbox  satin hat from which floated a  finger tipviel.  Miss. Nancy Wilander, maid  of honor, Mrs. Anton Miach-  ika, Miss Lila Jones, and Miss  ' Sheila Carolin, wore slim  frocks with swirl skirts . ��� in  mushroom pink and copper  ; reispectivly. ;Hajte- and* slippers  matched.  At the reception in .UBC  Faculty Club, the toast. to the  bride was proposed:, by Mr.  R.S.  Nicholson. .;      .,;  At St. Hilda's Anglican  Church Sundayi, Rev. Dr.  Woodhouse spoke on the  Theological college at Vancouver to a large gathering.  Dr. Woodhouse is principal of  the college arid members of  the congregation asked many  questions about' it.  Seehelt Canadian Legion  Ladies Auxiliary plans a luncheon Oct. 25 at which the  Roberts Creek Gibsons and-  Pender Harbour Ladies Auxiliaries, are invited. Mrs: G.  Breedon, Vancouver, fifth vice-  DVui  FIREMEN'S BALL  ROBERTS CREEK HALL  ��  9 Pi  TICKETS |1  SECHELT VOLUNTEER FIRE BRIGADE..  Books in Library  Miss Jar vis, Library . Custodian, reports these books  recently added to the library  in Gibsons.  Fiction.  Baker, F: - Lease of Life.  Bird,  Will R.  - . Shy  York-  shireman.  Bruce, Sir M. - Tramp Royal  Buchan, John - Four Tales  Chamberlain, A. - Tall Dark  Man.  '������_..-  Dane,    Clemence    - Flower  Girls.  HancPem to the Recreation Commission  WE'LL SUPPLY THE BALI-  Get Going'While the Weather Easts!  .   Anyone. wishing assistance in! forming  RECREATIONAL GROUPS in any Winter  Davis,  Robertson   - Leaven    Activity, please contact any member of  Proper forms  Mm*  9 Your Partner in  Helping Canada Grow  Nearly three thousand! che-  .ques,   Family Allowances  and  and' Old Age  Security, issued  by the Regional Office,     Department  of National    Health  and     welfare,     here     during  .September,  were   returned   as  ��� undeliverable because the pay-  eees  had. failed to  notify .the  department of    their    change  of address.  An erroneous impression  appears to exist that filing  of the ordinary change-of-ad-  d'ress notification with the  post office is sufficient to insure direction of the cheques."  W.R. Bone, Regional Director,  said.  "Postal officials have defincite   instructions   that  our   cheques  are not' to  be re-directed:, and ������> the    result-   is . that  every month   large   quantities  are    returned-, -causing,      not  only a- great deal of additional work  for  this   office,     but  a  considerable     inconvenience  to the payee,   special  change-  of-ad'dress    slips    directed    to  this  office   are    available     at  all  post offices  and  are     enclosed   from   .time    to    time .  with the cheques."  of Malice.  Dawson Will - Ahoy There  Friend O.J. - Lobo Brand  Gollwitzer,    H. -  Unwilling  Journey.  Haig-*  Brown - Salt    water  Summer.  Haig - Brown    -     Return    tQi  the River.  Hancock, .  F. D.    - Roberta,  Lab Secretary.  Hopson,    Wm.     -   Gunman  Rod'e North.  Howe,    Margaret. -    Calling  Dr. Merryman.  ; Joscelyn,     A.     -    Trappers  Rendezvous.  Ketchum,    CD. -    His Path  on the  Waters.  Mars, A. - Artie Submarine  Ruark,.   R. - Something    of  Value.  Taylor,  Daughter.  .  Wilson,  Grey  Suit.  Any Winter Sport or Recreation  such as these:  LEATHER WORKING  METAL WORKING  DRAMATICS;---- BRIDGE PLAYING  WHAT HAVE YOU?  Bob Wilson, Bill Peterson, Jim Drummond Jr./ Ron Godfrey, or members.  The Recreational Commission, or the  members listed here:  G.     -  Anastasia's  ���S.��- Man    in    the  First shipment of mainland  pipe for the Westcoast Trans-  ��� mission Company Limited natural gas pipeline is enroute  to Huntingdon iri the- Frazer  Valley. .  Westcoast has already started work in Frazer Valley.  The Companyi plans t0  lay about 20 miles of pipe  this fall qn the route between  Huntingdon and Chilliwack.    V  IS PERFECT FOR  J   LONGER WINTER JEVENINGS  1 We can help you choose the set  -|f that will give you  I    PERFECTION IN PERFORMANCE ���  I ... EXCELLENCE IN ENTERTAINMENT  I " y FR0M  :.  ,| PHILIPS, CAE DuMONT, MARCONI  j      PHILCO,  WESTINGHOU_fE, MOTOROLA,  I . FLEETWOOD       '  |.       Shop  With  Your Local T- V Specialist  m        ..     who is prepared to gjive you a "  I  FREE T-V TRIAL, and MOST IMPORTANT^j  |! 3 Months Guaranteed Service [Free]  I Da}) or Nigfkl   ������  i ��� ....  -We Still Have a Few  21 inch Screen   ���  PHILIPS at SUMMER PRICES!  SPECIAL OFFER  21" T-V RADIO PHONO- ,..  Combination   .by  Fleetwood? ���  .   TWIN  SPEAKERS    .    v  HI-FI    RECORD  PLAYER  FULL DOOR: Only  I  I qASH DISCOUNTS  Phone SECHELT S  EASY TERMS i  mmmmmmmmmmmmm Garden Bay  By Judith Fletcher  Mr.  Fred  Clarke    of   .Vancouver visited Mr. and    Mrs.  L. Hambly.  George, son of Mr. and Mrs.  Warren Hartley, came from  Vancouver for a few days  fishing. ^    ���....--.  After  spending the summer  in  the north: Mr.  Robert     O.  Lee.-; and    family    are    back  -.'   SIN G E R  Sewing Machine Co.  Representative  ADAM KINICKI  Will be in the district  ...-���   for a few days.  Messages may be left  at   Phone   45Q      .  ;' i in  I    MURDOCH'S  |  MARINE SUPPLIES  I    KEEPS UP WITH  ISEASONAl. CHANGES  | ^FQR THE  ICommesxia! Fisherman  ! GEAR  CLOTHING  FOODS '  -  PENDER   HARBOUR  Phone 3F  .^^^^^^SSs-i^SS  ggsq  '��'_  ..*!  SECHELT  LOCKERS.  ________ !_��� 1 >  COLD   FACTS  Now is the-time to  consider ordering  your  Winter Supply of  home at the Harbour.  Mrs. 'R.L. Jermain paid' o  visit to Vancouver.  Roy Selman and party from  Vancouver spent- last week  cruising around Pender Harbour and Jervis Inlet'in his  Yacht B--for Bob.      ���'���*;���    -  Mrs. W.Ei. Peiper and son  Billy of W est Vancouver  spent the weekend at Irving's  Landing.  Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Davis  of Garden Bay Lodge are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harvey  Sperling'��� at  Coquitlam.  Miss Diana Lloydi visited her  . her parents  Mr.   and Mrs.  Av  A. Lloyd  over    the,   holiday.  Diana vis a.   pupil     at    York  House  School .in   Vancouver.  Tulloch Fisheries of Vancouver ha^e-establihed a fish  buying camp at Irving's Landing.  . Mrs. Warren Hartley,, night  supervisor of Vancouver General Hospital spent the holiday weekend here.  ,-���;; ���  Merle Kennedy of, St.  Vincent's. Bay has taken one   of  J.W. Potts cottages where he'  will live until the return    of x  his wife and son from a trip  to -England.  West. Coast trollers R.  Cor-.  ��� kum; ���: James  - Collins," ���   John -  Daly    and '  Jerry.   Mowberg  ��� have, returned  to  their    Pen-  :��� der Harbour homes ;: 4^ter:;���;;-. a  successful ^fishing- seas'6n.'";;  Mr.  Lei}  Wray,    a"   former  resident here, how at Gibsons, :  was  a" recent visitor. \-y: '.';  Mr. and Mrs. Shepherd of  Vancouver spent the " holiday  weekend  with Mr. and    Mrs.  ��� Stan Bowdler.  Mr.  arid Mrs.  A* Joss    Sr.,  have  le|t Irving's' Landing to  -  -live at Selma    Park.       ,,  ,   '3Vj!r_. Pixie ,Dalyr 'Vancouver,  visited her sons '  during ' xthe  week.  SCHOOL    LUNCHES  An active school-child who  takes his lunch to school requires a good meal, equivalent to the mid-day dinner he  would get at home. Whole-  grain sandwiches, with fillings  of meat, eggs, cheese or other  Coast Nejws Oct. 20 1955      7  ....      ��� -,���������-.,���..���������-.���,������ --������-���    I ..       ��� ������!���   _f  protein-rich food, together witl.  raw vegetables and fruit and  a nuorishing dessert will sustain a youngster for his school  activities. A vacuum bottle  with hot scup would be a welcome treat on a cold day.  rer. s  Nyloa  Party  Dresses  WITH DAINTY CRINOLINES  In Beautiful Pastel Colors  Phone 56M  Sechelb  REVIEWING MACLEANS FIRST HALF CENTURY, present  editor 7 Ralph Allen (left, and "W.A. Craick. first editor, leaf  through bound volumes of the magaEine how celebrating its  fiftieth anniyi.rsary. Craick,, who joined MacLean0s publishing  Co.* in 1963, was named' first editor * in 1905- when Col. John  Bayne MacLean launched his. magazine, at first known as the  Business TMagazine, then the Busy, Man's Magazine and finally/  iri 1911,-MacLean's "Craick end'ed hised'itOrship "in 1910. Today  he "is honary secretary-treasurer of the' Canadian section'Of the ���  Commonwealth Press Union; a post he'has'held for many years  Allen ;became, editor..Qf-,M^'cLeahs ^19.50.'\-; ^  I  Sides of. Pork  Cufrsmd; Wrapped to  You^i Family's NeedsV  We CUSTOM CURE &  DOUBLE-SMOKE  -   . '.   T-;"'V'":V ,';*,* 'V        :  t'AC'XA.'   '  Any Portion you wish  Yes, at last tlie Full  . Run of Choice Grain Fed  PMJRIE, HOGS  to Here.  BOOK YOUR ORDER NOW  Only The Best in Foods  Are Found At  SECHELT  LOCKERS  We recomend you Try  PETER'S ICE CREAM  . Secbelts PTA K  officers installed  i -   j  Mrs. N. Hough, president of  district council P.T.A.  installed off peers 70f the Seehelt PTA  at   ftheir''regular     meeting.  School principal, 7 Mr. Russell  is'' hohary pfesij^eht, Mrs.;. W.  ' Sh4^"'j_-^es^^v^V^.rs.!;  M.  Lonheberg,^ "secretary, VMrs. L.  S.:'Jftcksor_,i  treasurer;    Com-  mittees7 -hemberishipj Mrs.   D.  Caldwell; health, Mrs. Salter;  library^V Mrs;-" ft���.I  Jackson;,  program, - Mrs.    W.    McCleod;  social, 'Mrs. B. Billingsley and.  Mrs. ?D.' Stockwell.  'Films were shown by Mrs.  R.L. Jackson.  BEANS ARE GOOD  Dried* beansV are��� anVr excel-  lent source i of protein and  -can be used as a substitute  for meat. There are many  ways of preparing beans, from  the traditional pork and beans  to the more exotic recipes in  combination with other foods.  SPECIALTY  CAKE ROLLS  WHOLESALE   &   RETAIL  ICE    CREAM  FROZEN FOODS  Phone Seehelt No. 1.  During September 401,981  childrens and 92,322 pensioners participated in the $6,155,  973 federal welfare payments  made in British Columbia:  "'it  &^-i..-.&&^&5sizii��^^BP��%&i  JOHN J. DUNKIN  , Doctor of Optometry  9.06  Birks  Building  YANCOUVER, B.C.  ��� ��� ..���-���  BLACKBALL  10 fast Tripslath Way BveryDay  VANCOUYER-NANASftftG  Fastest Across th& Strait  DEPARTURES EVERY TWO HOURS ON THE  EVSkHOUR,''6 A.M.-~MIDNIGHT  FROM BOTH HORSESHOE BAY AND NANAIMO  LY. at 6 am, 8,10,12 noon, 2 pm, 4, 6, 8,10,12 mtd.  Pacific Standard Time     . ,  "~ Bkck Ball VancouVer City ferryTetiainal m "atHorseshc*  Bay, West Vancouver, 14 miles from downtown Vancouver  via Georgia St-, Lions Gate Bridge and West Sfco_�� Drim  NO  RESERVATIONS REQUIRED  Passengers���A utomobiles���Trucks  MOMMRML-RIDE  BY   PHYLLIS'M.   HODGSON  'Mr. and Mrs. John ���' Atkinson '&re .'home from a week's  visit. .in Vanpouver.  Mr-, and Mrs...,J.P. Stewart  left. Tuesday, for a holiday on  the Island...: .  . Mrs..Ed. Grant has returned from "the city-where -she  was taking care of the three  grandchildren while--��������� t heir  mother was  in hospital.  Mr., and Mrs. .B. Briegs  w^r-e. .weekend guests of Mr.  and Mrs.  Mainwaring.  vMr. and Mrs.    R.J.   Wilson  have visiting them, Mrs.  Wilson's "mother, Mrs. M.A. Baldwin from Jersey, the Channel ���  Islands. '.   ��� i. - ���'  . Rev.  and' Mrs.  E.F.    Kemp'  are now settled in the United  Church Manse. ! i.   -  ���Mr. ahdMrs.E. Keen enterr  tained at cards for    Mr.   apdt  Mrs.' Arthurj  whb: * have   recently moved here from Nova.  Scotia,  Mr., and Mrs.. R. Gosden  entertained' a few friends at  a Thanksgiving dinner, follow-  by an evening- of bridge.  It's the ���Sunshine Coast  again for TWCrs. C.I. Wilson.  After an ahsence of several  years she has returned to  Gibsons and is living on Fletcher Road.  Mrs. W.H. Dunmore with  Mary and! Alma were! weekend guests at the Christenson  home.  Recent guests of Mr. and  Mrs. Hulme, were Mr. and  Mrs. Moir and Cclin from  Vancouver, and Mrs. Rousell  from Moose Jaw, Sask.  A ^pleasent afternoon was  spent on Saturday, when several friends of Mrs. W.R.  Fulkerson paid her a surprise visit in honor of her  birthday..-  Mr. andi Mrs. M Volen are  back from Knights  Inlet.  Maldwin Thomas spent the  weekend with his parents.  Maldwin has recently returned from a year's study in:  Norway.   V   . - ' .'  Capt. and Mrs. Raby    have  Guild president  to visit Seehelt  The monthly meeting of the  Guild of St. Hilda's- Anglican  church was well attended  with, the president, Mrs. C.G.  Lucken in the chair. The new  pjano was much appreciated  fcr the opening hymn with  Mrs. Florence Turner as pian-  dst.  *It was decided to invite  kMrs. Godfrey of Vancouver,  the diocesan president o'f Anglican W.A.'9 on Nov. 9 when  the Guild' will decide to change  to a W.A. ar remain as a  Guild. The Guild extends an  invitation to all interested to  attend this meeing which will  be at 12 noon, at St. Hilda's  Parish Hall. Lunch will be  served' by officers and members cf the Guild. Remember  an open invitation. Nov. 9  at 12  oclock.  ;   returned fronY a' months holi-  ,-. day.  The highlights .of   "their ���  'trip were, a-visit v through the  Morman -Temple in Salt' Lake  "City, a visit    to .. Disneyland,  then  to hollywocd- to    see -- a .���  rnovie  filmed.  Of special    in^  terest-to the= ��� captain was    an  <inspection   tour,  of the:    ''Bal- ���  ' clutha"^ the 4ast: of- -the sailing  ships.mother points of interest  iiicluded a visit    to ! Catalina ��  Ipland.vS.an Fr;incisr.q, and Jos-  ��� ;/::^u.'8f- ^Trees  where they visited =  . .Eria Hausch. . . ������'���     :  ���     Mrs.  SV-.W. Burt    is7  home  fromVa  month's visit  to    tlie   :  '-city,'where "she : was    getting  acquainted     with     the     new  i  grand-daughter.  -    Thursday was  moving    day  for Mrs. Telfdfd> she' is in' her  new home in the bay.  '*������'���'���   Mr. W_. Farnhafn    Sr.    was  ' rushed   to   Thpspital    for V, an  ^r'emerge-cy operation.    Diespite  a^is- 95' years, - he  Vis. ��� resting -  . well:' '���-''���'���',���  '!-;-*:'Mrs. J. Morrison of "Lang-  holme" left last' week; to  spend the winter with her  daughter-in California.  Mrs. Ben Knight   has    her  father, Capt. Mortimer    visit-  -Ving her.   '. V  Offers These' Falll Suggestions:  Boy's "Cowboy" or "Rocket" Rubber Boots  Women's and Children's New Dress Shoes  Transparent Plastic  >RAIN. SHUS?..'-"  Badminton Shoes ���-All Rubber Footwear  PHONE 25G  SECHJELT  frf-M��:-A&iWx:&^.-K::-->Ki  thanks 16 "f be.  mm  Completely, distiUed to bum cleanly^ without  w^.e/^ai^rd!Die^_|'7'-F^e)i;jd^el6ps full power  and ^yes'ypu'-tQp. efficiency Iroinqfyoiir..diesel enginfe.  Made to exact specifications, it ia alwayi uniform  B. W. M. BONE  Chartered    Accountant  1045   West Pender St.  TAtlow  1954  VANCOUVER 1.   B.C.  so ydu ca'n depend oh ev;en "performance At all timep.  ���   .       yxy ; -. :    . -'���:: v."'v ;?"; 7W! y: s > :Hy.  Standard Diesel Fuel is delivered clean with qo  harjnful impurities .to clog injeptpjf nozales. it rneeU  all the exacting needs of! modern diesel engines.     :  ��� -������   .   ��� . . i  , Forlnf��rii_-!^r>-'n..anyisia,ndard ;  ORV.  MOSGRIP     I  WILSON CREEK, B.C. TELEPHONE 15 _V-2  o Pays For  Advertising  ���NOT the newspaper reader, because he  saves both time and money by shopping  the wide selection of honest values offered  through the advertising columns!  ���NOT the advertiser, because advertising  always returns a profit when it is used correctly and consistently!  ���NOT the publisher, because of the hundreds of firms who profitably invest hun-  idreds of thousands of dollars in newspaper  advertising!  EVERy-LINE OF ADVERTISING  IN THE PAPER IS PAID FOR BY  THE FELLOW WHO  DOESN'T ADVERTISE!  The business which the non-advetiser loses  pays the cost of advertisng and ALSO  returns a nice profit to the fellow who  does advertise! HOPING for more business is not as effective as inviting more  business! ��  (Reprinted from Editor  & Publisher  August 9,  1952 issue.)  magazine  mmsmmmmmimmmm tB      Coast News Oct. 20  1955  BY CHUCK TOMPKINS  The Peninsula Basketball  League was formed at a  meetng in the school hall  last Sunday with Earl Brad-  shaw as president, Jim Stevenson vice president and1  Chuck Robinson, secretary-  -treasurer.  It was decided to form a  four team league this year  with the Elphinstone Cougars,  Gibsons Orphans, Pender. Harbour and Port Mellon participating.  The manager or a representative of every team will  be on the executive and entitled to  one vote.  A meeting for anyone interested in playing or refer-  eeing will be held before the  Orphans practice in the high  school gym on Monday night  and it is important that the  representatives from Pender  andi Port Mellon be at this  meeting. Meeting time is 6:30.  Soccer gets under way on  Sunday with a practice on the  schpbl field so any one interested be there at 2.. pan. The  , idea is to form three teams  in this area with the fourth  from the Seehelt Indian school.  For more information contact  Bill Peterson.  A general meeting of players and managers of the Peninsula Softball League will  be held' Sunday, Oct. 23, at  2.30 p.m. in WilsonCreek hall.  DOWN THE ALLEYS  ��  BY CHERRY   WHITAKER  Bowling chatter of the week  concerns the high three chalk-  . up toy Eve Moscrip of the  Ball and Chain, and Madelon  ' Joneson of the Peninsula commercial League. Eve recorded  a799 V-thS^aSS single., Mad:  elon rolled 796 which included a  350  single,  four    points  under the 354 women's   high  single rolled in 1953. Its time  that record was broken.  Ten Pin League:   high    three  502,  Don  Caldwell.  High   single  193, Bc;b Lemieux. Peninsula Building    Supply    rolled  2277   for high^ three,   Nelsons  took  high   single   game   with  798.  Seehelt Ladies: 675-247 Harriet Duffy. Team high single  855 for the Pin Ups with Do  or Dies rolling 2211 for high  three.  Gibsons Mixed: Men's high  three and single: 656-290 B.  Swallow. Josie Davies topped the women with 652 Lorraine McKay turned in a top  single of 270. Midway rolled  2770 including a 1027 single.  Pender, Harbour: Ron Robinson lead the men with 688-268  while Shirley Leavens topped  the women with 509 189. JA's  rojled 2379.  Peninsula Commercial: Don  Caldwell and Matt Jaeger  shared;. high three and high  single honors.with 677. and  279 respectively. Total pins  went to Union Store with  269,5. Peninsula Building Supply marked! a 1064 Single game  Seehelt Sports Club: Phil De-  leenheer of the 90 centers  rolled 661 including a 308 to  top the- men, with Audrey  Benner heading .the Women  with 638-235. Kingpins edged  out the teams with 2690-970.  Port Mellon: High three and  single were R. Taggert'sV: 629  and chris Johnson's 269. Bullets had 2690-934 for team  honors. V  Ball and Chain: Ron Minnios.  lead the men with his 658-27.0  and Eve Mdscrlp's ,799-333  topped the women. Fifty Fivers carried off total pins and  single game honors with 2524  V.^887. ' ���'    '-.'���...-- ���  -v- -���������'���,>���.  Redrooffs  BY PAT WELSH  Mrs. J. Meikle was re-elected president of the Redroofs  Auxilliary to St. Mary's Hospital, at their second annual  meeting held at Mrs. Stewart's home recently. New officers elected are:* Mrs. M.  Menzies, vice president; Mrs.  M. Tinkley, secretary-treasurer  Mrs. M. Menzies sewing convenor. Ahearty vote of thanks  was passed for the splendid  work of the  retiring officers  A series  of    Bingo     nights  was planned  for the    coming  winter.    Mr.    Stewart    t o o k  "charge of voting.  Mrs. Menzies attended several teas and showers given  for her daughter Aileen, a  recent bride, while in Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. R. Boldenson  are visiting friends in Vancouver.       .  Mrs.    Don    MacDonald    of  ��� New Westminster is    at    her  summer home to can the produce from her lovely garden.  Mr. and Mrs. Tingley, MrsV  Meikle1, Mrs. Harold Pearce,  Mrs Pat Welsh, Mr. J Cooper  and Mr. F. Ball all enjojfed  recent trips to" Vancouver. -,  The Frank Claydons recent  guests were Mr. and Mrs.  George Claydon, Linda and  Frank jr.       ^  Guests of the Frank Lyons  recently were Mr.    and    Mr-  ' Gordon ..Laird    and    children,  ���the George   Wshrdropers    end  7; the; Jack  Scalons. Their    son  Richard .and family are living  in France.       -  i>:      -  =��  e__s  "  r j &  LARGE LOADS  ' 7 ������$7.50 [DEL. .Gil&ONsrv.  $8.o6'.: OufsII>E!;;lIBi6NS���  PHONE GIBSONS 151 M^  ������l< I.'  LAND CLEARING  'Tenders kre invited for clearing arid! rough grading  of approximately 1 acre of land being the easterly portion of ..the Gibsons Landing Elementary School site.  . All timber will become the property of'the succes-  ful tenderer.  'Sealed tenders, marked "Clearing",, will be received  |. till 6:00 o'clock p.m. on Tuesday, November 15, 1955.  The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted.  The Board of School Trustees  School District No. 46 (Seehelt),  (BY MRS. SWAN)  '" '" 'One; of the    largest    Community  Association"   meetings  ��� was held' in the company cafeteria, with Mr. .E. HunieVVas;.  < chairman: - Matter* '-c^neernihg--  '��� the new com-huhity hall 7were  *  discussed. The   execuiiyeV 7re-  ��� co_nmen*de'd;77ihe! following ap-  * pointmnts    to    the   operating  , board of. directors^MesSames1;  J. Clark and P. Quarryf:��� '"tJie  '.��� secretary; Messrs C. Husband,  / J. Swan, E. ^iess, b^ Mack-  ���-, lih;- i.V Wilkin WV Mason !^of '���  7 Hillside imS:- !B. VFo^hn'eJp..:V.flf>;:  ?' Lorigview.'   .'������������;       ���  y: . ''xT^  ...;_������' At- a la^'meeting'^oT'^thfe  board, ��� Mr'yPi^ess xvks'atfPpi^  ed .chairman !and ''Mr?'Willie  -Hall Manager.. ',: ''' ���'..".'" \y  ',!i'  V y The: Community' Church  W.  A, is .holding    a   ^HaUowe'e'n  home cooking sale,    d^tb'^pf  which will  ^appear    on    tlie  bulletin" board, Members haye -  beehbusy    making    dressings  for the    Mission    to    '-'"���"''  Foods" donated at the; Harvest  Thanksgiving' service were  serit  to!:ASt.  Mary's ;hospital.  The PTA meeting appointed  Mrs. O. Johnson as president,  and Mrs. A. Boyes as secretary. They>PTA will stage :Ta  drive to collect coatrhangers;  Bill  Laing won the    name-  I VS&MZ  the-boat-club contest. The  name of the new club is the  West Howe Sound Boat Club.  Officers appointed are Don  Andow, Jack Perron, J. Duro-  cher and D. R^e who is secr  retary treasurer.  Marianne Jane were the  names given the daughter pf  Mr. and Mrs. J Thomson when  she was christened by Rev.  Mr. Bevan in the Community  Church, Sunday, Sept. 11. A  tea was held after at the:  Thomson home. Out of town  guests were Mrs. J. Thomson,  grandmother from Vancouver  and Miss Marion Moncreiff of  Kamloops, an aunt.  who drove his car into Halfmoon Bay Lake, with two  passengers was charged with  driving without. due care and  attention. He stated that an  argument between the' passengers caused him to lose control of the car.: He was found  guilty as charged and fined  $50' and costs.  Bert Beuiieu of Burnaby,  defended by Mr. .C.A.I. Fripp,  Barrister, pleaded not guilty  to a charge of driving 'without due care: and attention,  after a collision with another  car near Middle Point, in  which minor damage was  caused to both cars. He was  found guilty, and)    fined    $25  Wilson Greek  BY. MRS. D. ERICKSON  Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kennedy of Campbell, California  were recent visitors to Rev.  R.R.  and  Mrs. Morrison.  The ladies Aid of Wilson  Creek United Church invite  everyone to attend the bazaar arid tea, Nov. 1, at 2 to  4.30 p.m in the Community/  Hall'.'���'������"'���-  Mrs. W.W. Wright has left  to visit relatives and friends -  in Calgary and Winnipeg.  Warreri Blomgren .;������� Roberts Creek was fined! $10 in  Magistrate Johnston's Court  last week for carrying #re--  arms without a licence.  Allan Phaire, will son Creek  A public hearing will be held in the Gibsons School  Hall at 1 p.m. on Monday Novemeber 7, 1955, regarding the matter of the Gibsons Resident Loggers'  Association application for a Land Use Permit for the;  purpose of dumping and booming logs in Shoal Bay.  All organisations or individuals desiring to present  submissions at this hearing are requested to communicate their intention to the Land Commissioner, Court  House, Vancouver as soon as possible.  ' E.;VS:B^SSi^  .      frfptrtyMmister of Lands/  Department of lands and Foi*estls,  Victoria, B.C.  v  jlt'l'*'  ���*:����.��� y > m  y'i     ���>%  *  PUBLIC NOTICE  Pepfl River Sfcifes timiti ftflwsi- Biis fcktok  POWELL RtVEIt TO VANCOUVm '  Subject to |he Approval of the Public Utilities CoRtmisso_i  Daily Including Sundays .  Southbound from   .'  Northbound from  Powell.. River, v^aticouver ;  Read Down Read Up  IEAVE  7:15am     5:40pm  Points  > ^  ARRIVI?  9    *    *     ft  ���     ���     .     *  *    ���    ���     ���     ���    ���    ���  Bus Garage    ....   Cranberry (Church Manson)    7:25am     5:55pm  7:35am - 6:10pm  8:05am     ��:40pm  8:35am    7:10jpm  (Ferry1 Crossing)  9:35am     8:10pm  10:00am -\ 8:35prrr  10:35am     9:05pm  ll:05ain ., 9:30pm  11:20am.    9:45pm  11:35am    10:10pm  (Ferry Crossing)  12:45pm   11:20pm  1:25pm   11:55pm  Powell River  ��� Lang Bay ' ...  Saltery Bay   ..  Earl Cove    :..  I Materia Park  Halfmoon Bay  Seehelt  . Roberts Creek  Gibsons  Horseshoe- Bay  Vancouver  *  *  ��� ���  ^  3:10pm  2'Mpm  2:30pm  11:05pm  10:55pm  ^0;30pm  1:25pm  12:55pm  12:��5pm  12:00N  11:45am  11:25am  9:25pm  8 s 55pm  8:25pm.  8,.00pm  7:40pm  7:25pm  10:15am  9:15am  6:15pm  5:15pm  Any objections to the above schedule may be filed with the Superintendent  /x)f %>tor-Carrier, Public Utilities-Commission, 1730 West Georgia Street,'  Vancouvr, B.C.  Issued: October 12th�� 1955 7 Effective: Noymtier 1st, 1955  POWELL MVER STAGES LIMITED  Make an  49 Mercury  ;  Tandem  S^Yard  Box  SALE OF PROPERTY  Tenders are invited for the purchase of the school  site on Franc.es Peninsula at Pender Harbour - Lot  "A", Block 53, Listrict Lot 1390, Gp. 1 N.W.D. plan  6382.  Sealed tenders, marked "School Site, Pender Harbour", will be received till 6 p.m. on Tuesday, November 15, 1955..  The highest or any tender will not necessarily be  accepted.  School District No. 46  (Seehelt)  The board of School Trustees  '54 Chevi DeLuxe Sedan    ffllQC  Custom Radio & Heater    -PllwO  GOOD YEAR DOUBLE EAGLE  NYLON TIRES  ?49 CHEVROLET SEDAN  RADIO & HEATER, vGood! Transportation  595  j*.  1953 PONTIAC DELUXE SEDAN       r|cnc  Custom Radio and Heater, Tinted Glass   $1393  A TOP CAR  Afozy^  '40 Studebaker Champion  Sedan:    New Tires  $95  i _���  iiv'W  '38 Plymouth Coupe  .: SPECIAL  $65  '52 FORD FOUR DOOR SELAN  RADIO & HEATER: TERRIFIC PRICING  ;  $ Hod  '49 OLDS. FUTURAMIC 76 SEDAN  A BEAUTIFUL FAMILY CAR  1953 CHEV. HALF-TON V  pice-up C llOC  LOOKS & RUNS   ' r  I'vU  LIKE NEW  1951 G.M,C. HALF-TON PICK-UP  NEW PAINT, RADIO & HEATER  895  THE NAME THAT MEANS A GOOD DEAL  'HONE 5G  SECHELT


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