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Array Published in   Gibsons, B,  C,  Volume 10 Nuinber 34  August 23 1956  Provincial  Library,  Victoria, B. C.  Sezvlng the Gxosmgg  Sunshine Coas��  c The ninth annual Regatta  a of. the Pender Harbour A *~  ' quatic Club was heki on  | Saturday Aug, 18.  :' :A large crowd of visitors  ; from.up.and,down7the Sun-  ��� shine Coastwas on-hand /to  j- witness the r running of the  7 various events. Clear warm  / weather was the oi-der of the  ; day.':; "~.y::y:\ r'J^yyC-     .*'  The Regatta opened with  7 a Short address" of welcome  y by therRev.-..Canon Greene bf  i the Columbia Coast Mission.  A parade of decorated boasts  followed and after came the.  7 crowning   of the    Regatta  7 Queen in the person of Miss '  ;iJe^  7 The swinging races were   ^ell   contested .and   maiiy  close, finishes were recorded.  JThe results were as follows:  i;Girlsj9 and7underj 1 Sus.  an Simpson.2 Carol Brox 3  June Cameron,  r    Boys 9 and under; 1 Peter  Lee 2 Woody Hayes 3 David  jWendland.  , ���  Girls 12 and under; 1 Ali:  ' son Bagshaw 2 Jilliah Eades  3 Bonnie Simpson.  7 Boys 12 and under'; 1 Kit  /Taylor 2 Gordon 7 Cumming  r 3 John Atkins.  Girls 15 and under; Catherine   Bagshaw   2   Bobbie  Merilee 3 Alison Bagshaw.  Boys 15 and under; 1 Gordon Come 2   Charlie   Lee  3 Chris Atkins.  TJiving: Girls 12 and under;  1 Judy Drinkwater 2 Dawn  Irate citizens ranged Gibsons area Tuesday from  morii till night. They were  irate because the registrator  place in the Unitecl Church  basement . closed 24   hour!  Commissioner Mylroie said  he had been approached .by  some people who were quite  at the    unannounced  Commissioners Crowhurst  ond Mylroie commented on  what th|y described as unsanitary^ conditions at   the  i   ���      j mi      V       ^     ne^ Sylvia store and urged  closing dovyn.They demand"    that   something   be   done  ed their   right to   register   about it. Objection was tak"  before its advertised   time,:, according to the-information    eri to having foods displayed  Lovely Corinne Cohley  takes time out for fun even  though she has a busy sum- Monday night,  mer schedule. She appears  ori CBC radio's "Search for  Tomorrow", the new daytime serial, and is familiar  ,t0 television viewers across  the country for her regular  appearances on "GM Theatre" and other CBC dramas..  Many were left without havi published by the registrar  ing registered for the Sept| ��� of voters to close Tuesday  19 vote.        v Xy��y and not Monday.  The matter was drawn t||; Other business discussed  the attention of the Village*} by the commission' included  iCommission Tuesday   nighty a letter from B.C.   Electric  which stated the    company  ys would    continue    the    B.C.  ypower Commission contract  for street lightings until it-  expired   in   about a   year  ywhen a   new   arrangement,  would be made.  and the commission deci(  to write Mackenzie    &stricl;  officials to find out why th|  early closing had   occurred*  Local 'officials say they wei*���!  told to   close up at 5 7 p.rriV  success  too close to the ground m  front of the shop and also  to having goods displaye on  the highway which is a-  gainst regulations. ,  Chairman Ritchie after con"  siderable discussion moved  that the various authorities  concerned in the operation  of the store be asked to  -make their check and see  that regulations are observed.  one  Book club  for Sechelt  It was decided at the  meeting o�� the Sechelt Recreation Commission Aug.  13 to form a Book Reading  Club for the youngsters tn  the area, attending grades  one to four. Mrs W. Toynbee  Cumming.3 Alison Bagshaw. was appointed to head this  V Boys ^12 and under; l'Pet     venture   which, will, be, con-*  thi^7  The Sunshine Coast  was a bigger success;  year   than   last*   Mrs  Feuvre,    secretary 70J  committee   has   announced.  Final figures on the financial side will ot be available  until   accounts   have   been  settled but financial returns  were well ahead of last year  1 Ray.Phil-  Jorgenson 3  Bud   Wray,  ^Lee -a- ��� Kit Taylor' a Dale  'Marstom-   ��� -^fv^   *  Girls 15 and- under; 1  Lynne r Campbell 2. Bobbie  TRferilees 3 Cathririe Bag"  Bhaw.  .   ';;     f r-{'v., ..���'������' -'������  Boys 15 and under; 1 Gor"  don Currie 2 (Jarry Anderson 3 Charlie Lee.  Dinghy Tilting woii by  Bill Wray and John Marsh.  Speedboat race    won   by.  JohnDunlop.       '  7B0GG1NG EVENTS ���  3^g Bucking; 1 Ray Phillips  ^ 7 i^rdon   Klein 3   Babe  Kamiherler 7  Jibg Rolling; ',1 Frank Jorgr  enson 2 Andyl Hansen 3 Geo.  Douglas.  Log Chopping;  lips 2 Frank  Andy Hansen.  Log Bucking:  1.3 1���2 minutes Wilf Wray,  1.7 1���10 and Pete Wray  1.1873���10.  The largest crowd ever to  attend a ; social event in  Pender Harbour was on  'hand, for the Regatta dance  held at the Community Hall,  Madeira Park, on Saturday.  It was1 a fitting . windup to  the Regatta, and while dancing was , difficult' owing to  the size of the crowd everyone 'seemed to be having a  gay time. The splendid Harbour Lights Orchestra furnished the music which was  lively and daneeable. The  Regatta Queen, Miss Jessie  Schoular, arid her maids  were in attendance  Popular  player tie  The Gibsons Firemen again  placed the winner of the  "Most Popular. Player" in  the M.P.S. league award  donated by Marine Men's  Wear.  This year it was a tie as  two -veteran Firemen catcher Ron Godfrey and third  baseman Bud Fisher share  the honors.  ��� It is doubtful if they can  both wear. one jacket but  see Vince Prewar and he^ will  straighten it out.  school   entries,   of   which  there were many more than  in previous years.  The junior poultry exhibits were excellent. Wyngaert  birds topped the regular  poultry entries.  Many  special displays ad  ded   interest to   the   fair,  The'^^firforlhrbudgTe   (nduding   the Indian   bas^  and the cage   was woli   b>    k^7 em�����ldeY?u and crot-  Mrs E.   Lowe   of   GibsoSs    g?��f ^ork by    the    Native  with   ticket 86 and the $50   Sisterhood   from   Sechelt,  was won by,A.. Crowhurst. sPe<?al Elections of Indian  idL.wiu.ne.caa.. with ticket 255. Door prizes S01*7 arfange"or ?y ^rs  day-e^week^ numfere*^ >1^^��but - oMy^* Warden of Pender Har-  the Elementarv   one    w^s   claimed,   Bunny  ^bour who '^&0    ^splayed a.  Madden   winning   the   $10  prize. Second prize goes   to  ticket 314 and third to 325.  Neither have ;beeri: claimed.  >��� MrsV:Jeari - WySffaeft    of  Gibsons   was the top   priz6  vvinner, with 43 first prizes  aii^[?24 seconds." There were  730 adult entries, 230 junior  entries,    exclusive    of   the���  -ducted one  probably at the Elementary  School. It is hoped that clubs  may.be7formed in surrounding, areas, to give the young"  sters the same, opportunity  as ��� those in the riiunicipal-  ity."'���' "'    '   .' I. ��� .':���     ....  The Commission will, also  sponsor the twice monthly  dances f^r 11 to 14 year olds,  which will resume in September at the Anglican*  Church under direction of  Mrs Toynbee, who stated  that she and other parents  were very .pleased with the  way the children respdhded  to the dances earlier in the  year. ���  Further, business included  the reading of a letter from  the village commission in"  forming the Recreation  ...Commissioners- 'of resolutions drawn. Finances received from the provincial  recreation commission in  Victoria amounting, to $75  were reported banked for  future use.   ; ���' ���"���  The meeting scheduled for  Sept. 10 will ^commence at  7.30 in order to include Cen"  tennial business.  Ernest Redman  Funeral services were held  in St. Hilda's Church  for Mr. Ernest -: Redman  with Canon Oswald officiating. Mr. Redman was an old"  time resident of Sechelt. He  was a native of East Wittering, near Chichester, Sussex and came to. Vancouver  in 1910 where he followed  his trade as a carpenter..  He came to Sechelt in 1917  to his summer home and re"  tired here in 1930. He was  an active member of St. Hilda's and helped build the  parish hall and could always  yv,v,��* ��,iiV wou    ^splayed  gne group of specimens of  Finnish  weavi ng.  I  There will be a.ball game'-.-,  Aug. 30 which has already'  been - protested; It will   be  between the B A Mops and  the Kiwanis Cripples. Basis-  for the protest is that the  Mops usually play with not  Mrs H.E. Leith; of Pender  Harbour loaned some authentic Indian carving: Walaee  the salmon, Match the Goat,  Kutze���ce-^-te���-up the wood  worm (terrida) and Ho���  Hook; the (crane,  r Wood carving representing British Folk scenes were  exemplified, by a scene in  hi|:h .relief of Tthe Seven  Brothers which was most  : lifelike. ��� A beautiful example  ^ the Finnish Weaving was  a lovely silvery semi-formal  gown.  There was a unique rug,  woven .in Holland by John  M. Slott now of Roberts  Creek,   containing   30.000  Mrs Stillwell and Mrs Bro-.  oks. of Halfmoon Bay. Shells*  star fish and wood were  combined to make animals,  marine scenes and ornaments of   a variety.  Totem Realty had arrang- -  ed a fine display   depicting  many scenes from the area  of the Sunshine   Coast .and  parts of its history.  Beauty Aids were exhibited by a beauty counsellor.  Canadian Forest Products  had a display f enuring a  nun4*ei^of$: theii* .products  - with7 brief^fr^iptiv^parai  graphs^   ..'   ",. "   ;-���',"������������������-������  Other local displays of  interest and; beauty were the  begonias by Mr Dick Ueeves .    , ���    ,    ��� ^ ^  of Roberts Creek, according   acquired Mumcipal    Haft^  Spirited bareback ri  by the Dorchester TxoitpE  from Great Britain is aracagEv  the many new features _y&  the ninth annual Shrine���  P.N.E. Polack Bros. Ciiwsk.  to be presented in the ���; Shs-  hibitiori Park Forum. a&  Vancouver, during the '19S��  exhibition.  Village to se!l:  M V licences  ,   The Sechelt Board of Cca��r|i|  missioners,at the meeisB^^y |  Aug. 15. approved and ��nSII  cepted for the superint��ai(lr|^|J  ent of motor vehicle liceKcagj|||  the proposals that the 1mbsb^|||  issue such -^licences -: ^woSmff-y  rdii^tion^c^^  Peninsula Cbhtractore,l^l  r  be potified of the acceptaMaB  of tfyB tender submitted Sax  the i%m0val of   the  X't'iA;.  -AAA*  18  more than a dozen players  But in the jastgame between    knots and taking"600 hours  these two teams the Kiwanis    of'work. It   represented an  to many the finest yet; a  fine display of flowers by  the Gibsons Garden Club;  Mr Bedfords beautiful authentic shell collection, pottery  from Roberts Creek; shell  work and weaving; Ernie  Low's wood work and metal  work, spinning by Mrs Fisher and weaving' by Mrs  Dadswell.        ^ ...  ..    There were   mre    special  displays than ever this year,  and   all   worth   complete  stories in themselves.  There will be more stories  of the fair in next weeks  issue of The Coast NeWs.  Cripples fielded up to 35  men including imports.  :Tain'tc right say the Mops,  who have been doing- their  best to increase the size of  the team much to the dismay  of the coach.  BIRTHS  St. Mary's hospital reports  the following.births:  Gibson.^��� A son, Aug. 5  to Mr and Mrs Harvey J.  Gibson of Roberts Creek.  Therrien. ��� A son, Aug.  10 to Mr and Mrs Annand  G. Therrien of Sechelt,  Sanford. ��� A daughter*  Aug. 10- to Mr and Mrs  Harold Gl Sanford of Garden Bay.'  Dickson. ��� A son,    Aug.  11 to Mr and Mrs Stanley  W. Dickson of Sinclair  Harbour.  Campbell. ��� A son on  Aug.    13   to Mr   and   Mrs  Davi  d  be depended upon to give a   Bruce Campbell, Port Mellon  helping hand to any community project. ,  Pall bearers were E.S.  Clayton, Capt. S. Dawe, R.  Read. J. Parker, W.K. Ber-  ,ry and J: Evans.: He leaves  his wife Kit and four sons,  Syd of Sechelty Ron of Port  Alberni, Art of New Westminster and Jack of Sechelt  also three grandsons. Bruce,  Barry arid Donald.  in Vancouver  pital.  General hos-  SURPRISE VISIT  Mr and Mrs Tom Ayton,  -Porpoise Bay, were surprised by a visit from Mr Ay-  ton's brother Charles and  his wife Aug. 19, when they  stopped in after attending  the Kelowna . Regatta aod  other parts oi the Interior.  Arabian prayer lamp in design.  A woven table cloth and  set of drapes by G. Wylden  drew much attention, as did  the Norwegian weaving loan  ed by Mrs] Olson.  A mounted wood ornament  a bird upon which each  feather had been separately  mounted, was loaned from  Pender Harbour.  The fair committee ex  pressed delight in the work  of Mrs Warden and others  who made these special  displays possible.  The school section was  very fine this year, better  than in former years, the  committee agreed. The Port  Mellon exhibit came in for  much praise. Elphinstone  High school, it was considered topped all the art  exhibits, and the various  displays such as sculpture  were excellent.  Roberts Creek, Sechelt .and  Gibsons Elementary schools  all had' excellent entries. Mrs  LeFeuvre states that the  typing entries were very  fine.  A special exhibit of sea  shells, star fish and terrida  eaten woods was of great  interest. These articles were  arranged and displayed by   public library.  dDonaldson  ddenr  ies) suaqeniy  David Donaldson of Gibsons, died unexpectedly in  Shaughnessy Hospital, Vancouver, on August 16. He  had been in hospital for some  time, and had been allowed  to come home. On the way  he suffered a, stroke, and  was immediately returned to  hospital.  He leaves his wife Beth,  and a nephew, David Ogg of  Montreal.  He was given a Knights of  Pythias funeral service, conducted by Rev. David. Donaldson of Gibsons, on Monday, Aug. 20; at the Simmons and McBride Funeral  Chapel.   Cremation followed.  Mr Donaldson was a member of P.C. Rathbone Lodge  No. 54, Knights of Pythias  Tel elKebir Temple No. 146  D.O.K.K.  In Gibsons, Mr Donaldson  and his wife were well  known for their work in the  interests of the Garden Club  For ten years, Mr Donaldson was in charge of the  Travelling Library, in Mrs  Jtfestman's home, and was  tireless in his   work   for a  the proper location, with Ute  request that l ;'i?he work &b  coirimenced not -later tha��  Aug. 20.  In view of the increassag:  amount of work dealt -win?.  by the village j of f ice fite  clerk will be put on a* iafit  time basis, with renumen^.  tion increased slightly according'- to report from fcfoe  Commissioners. The nesS,  meeting, will be held Sfjfc,  5 at 8 p.m.  ^**^ ���._'���'...-���<>  ins  selected  < Cliff Oviatt was charcaaaa  of Social; Creditors wiSjs:  representation from Hf>pfcHHS  Landing to Halfmoon SSagr  in the School Hall M&xi��a&  evening to discuss plans fasr  the provincial election.  Mr   Hunter from   Pcwe��  River gave    details of   fW  nominating convention ta fee*  held at Powell River, Fiadaj?.  Aug.    24.    The   chairman 1  announced that George Hopkins had   consented   to   leE  his name stand for,nominal  tion which met with apprcsr  al of the meeting.  After making plans for��,  big meeting to be h<sM  Thurday evening at the Augr  lican Parish Hall to se��e����;  delegates for the no.Ytinai*i3g-  convention, the meeting sojourned.  TO SHOW FILMS  Mi-. Raymond 'T-mgfzgv  B.A. B.D., Secretary -.of Shs  British and Forehjn 133h&��-  Society for B.C. 7vX'iIi ���%&  showing two films <6n -kis^.  26, at the Pentecostal chuzda  evening service sit 7.30,  He_ will speak m the Unit-"  ed Church at -tlie. II ajcra.  service, and in .the ydternc^as.  will be with Mr Oswald at  Roberts Creek and SecheJL tfrErST*  Ii Published by Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd.,  every Thursday, al Gibsons, B.C.     <  Member Canadian Weekly Newspaper Association  and the B.C. division of C.W.N.A.  T Box 128. Gibsons, B.C. Phone 45Q  FHED CRUICE, Editor and Publisher  DO  WORTMAN, Advertising Manager  J&iihorized Second Class Mail, Post Office Department, Ottawa.  Slates of Subscription: 12 mos., $2;    6 mos., $1.25;   3 mos., 75c.  pauted States and Foreign, $2.50 per year. 5c per copy.  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Bakk. of Moktreai*  Sibscns Branch:        EDWARD HENNIKER, Manager  Sechelt Branch: DONALD McNAB, Manager  Port Mellon (Sub-Agency)  Open on Canadian  Forest Products  Ltd., semi-monthly paydays  FORKING  WITH   CANADIANS   IN   EVERY WALK OF  LIFE SINCE  1&17  W1M  If one wants to hazard a guess why Premier Bennett  Has called a quick election it could be that the Social Credit  Barty spent so much money in the Saskatchewan campaign  .that a sharp campaign in British Columbia would cost less.  Mr. Bennett has been consistent in surrounding any  Sensible election date this year in a thick fog but now the  log has been dispelled there is only one thing left for the  politicians and would-be politicians to do and that is to get  'loot and work.  What will happen in Mackenzie ridkig is anjfaody's  assess at present but when the situation clears we should  'lave a campaign with at least two on the rostrum.  There is one piece of advice one can offer the Social  Credit candidate if there is one and that is please do not  sgout Social Credit. If you knew what Social Credit was, in  iiaet, you would be superior to an Einstein. If you could ex-  sgam what it means, simply, without resorting to such  ea&ch. phrases as "a way of life" the Coast News would be  >:��i!ling to publish your understandable explanation.  Liberalism, Conservatism,. CCF-ism and all the other  "isms" are also a   way of life so to-say   Social Credit is a  way of life is an   evasion bf the   issue.   What is   Social  Credit ��� even as practised by B.C. Socreds ?  The news columns of The Coast News will be open to  &K candidates and no effort at coloring headings or the news  LmH be tolerated. What will appear in the editorial  <es��umns will be in the hands, of the editor.  ^Following this issue there will be thr^e   more   papers  Sfefore the election day, Sept. 19. The Coast News will try  ii& cover what election meetings it can in a fair manner and  ��s@rrespondents are urged to   treat all   candidates with a  '^mlar fairness in any writeups they may do.  So, candidates, do your stuff, keep it clean and do not  !&y to sell the populace any real estate on the   moon. It is  jjst about as unattainable as Social Credit.       - -. .  BUILDING MATERIALS  Are Our Business!  SEE US FIRST FOR  Wallboards, Sash and Doors. Lumber, Hardware  f PAINTS ��� CEMENT ��� SAND ~ GRAVEL  1 We Carry a Complete Line for Your Job  echeif Building Supplies  CONVENIENT CREDIT TERMS ARRANGED  Phone 60-Q Sechelt  THE BLACK SHEEP  Jesus once faced an unusual congregation. The soc"  ial outcasts of the city gath"  . ered to hear him preach.  They were the people who  were not respected by others  and probably had lost faith  in themselves. They were  the lost sheep of the House  of Israel.  - The Scribes and Pharisees  took it' for granted that  Christ's attitude to these  people would be identical  with their own. In ostraciz-  LETTERS  to editor  Editor: Now that the civil  servants and the RCMP  have had salary increases  don't you think.it is about  time for an increase in the  pensions of the disabled war  veteran who is unable to do  any work?  The present pension of  $125 a month for the single  wholly disabled veteran is  wholly inadaquate in the  face of present wages and  rising prices.  It seems that every time  any question of bettering  the plight of the war veteran  comes up in parliament the  federal government has almost to be bludgeoned by  opposition parties into even  entertaining the idea. It  Seems to me that same government is fully to blame for  any falling off in recruiting,  do more to boost recruiting  and disabled veteran would  Fair treatment for the old  than all the full-page advertisements in the country.  Interested.  Editor's note: Inflation,  like bullets, respects no one.  In these times all pensions  should receive scrutiny for  revision purposes.   ,  Editor:    For   some    weeks  there will be many    things  wisely and unwisely spoken  in the   Provincial    Election  campaign. Prior to the: actual 'start of the: campaign-/  ing We find, one most inept|  suggestion put forward 7 by.{;  William Moore, CCF of Com-7  ox.    Moore    suggests   thatj.  "Progressive   thinking   ele-?  ments in the opposition part- y  ies    should .reciprocate... in 7  supporting only, the opposi-y  tion candidate Avith the bestf  chance of Winning instead of f  splitting the vote and. losing. ���  It !3 pleasing to find Liber-v  al Leader Laing and CCF?:  Provincial Secretary Thayer j  both speaking of the impracT"  "tibility ��� of the J proposal. If;  wonder what a CCF member  in Parliament could be v  thinking about to make such  a suggestion.  Moore should recall that"  in the last election campaign,  big business ran ads daily"  in the press advising us to  vote Free Enterprise. Social  Credit, Liberal or Progressive Conservative. In other  words either of the old line*  partes rather than CCF. If  Mr Moore is sincere in his  suggestion, he should follow  the lead of Ross Thatcher'  M.P., quit the CCF and join  the Liberal party.  Dave Rees;  ing these social outcasts  they felt they were pious  and patriotic. They were  sure they were the religious  aristocracy; smug and self-  complacent.  What did Jesus say to  these people? He told three  parables to illustrate the  love of God for all weak and  wayward souls: The Parable  of the Lost Sheep; the Lost  Coin and The Prodigal Son.  He dwelt, not on then-  weakness and shortcomings  but on the infinite love of  God for. the last, the least,  and the lost. His theme was  the everlasting mercy.  The Apostle John wrote:  Jesus came to make God  known.  *    *   ' * .  Christ himself said: "He  that hath seen me hath  seen the Father." Here then  is God's attitude to the black  sheep; tender pity, infinite  compassion:  "Theres a wideness in God's  mercy  Like the    wideness of   the  sea."  Men grow cynical today as  they did in Palestine nineteen centuries ago. They lose  faith in humanity and hold  that nothing can be done  for certain classes. We have  all felt that way sometimes;  yet it is a hasty view. God,  who alone knows all that  there is to know' abeut hisj  creatures, has infinite compassion and wisdom.  "Tlie white sheep are placed  And feed in quiet places;  Their fleeces are like silver  That, the moon ha$ known.  But the black sheep have  vigor ,  In their ugly faces.  The Best   of all the   Shepherds  Wants them for his own.  The white sheep are gentle^  And    bend their;   necks to-  gei^er-;:7^;'77:-;7^-';"'"v^::;,;''''  They' crop in God's pasture  Grasses sweet and mild  But the    black   sheep    are  starving  Alone in heavy, weather.  Oh. Best of all   the   Shepherds,   . ;  For Guaranteed  Watch and Jewelry  ��� 7        Repairs e  CHRIS'S   JEWELERS  Work   done  on  the  Premises  WE BUY OLD GOLD  Phone 96 Sechelt  Feed them in" the Wild."  Every great preacher almost without exception from  earliest times to modern  days began with a message  of stern denunciation, by  calling down upon men the  judgement of God; but with  growing experience came  tenderness, understanding  and sympathy. A few years  ago complaints were made in  a great Scottish city that the  the juvenile courts were too  men appointed as judges in  young. The sentences they  handed out were severe and  their attitude ^ to j uvenile  delinquents was too harsh.  ' The citizens knew that older  men would * have learned  much^ during the years���ex"  periences which would have  made them wiser and mellower. .  If I may comment on the  -situation 1 would say that I  have always found the best  people, tolerant and charitable with human frailties. It  is a hall-mark of deep spirituality. Whatever estimate  they have of themselves  they know that, but for the  grace of God, they might  themselves have been black  sheep.  *   *   *  Our quotation today is by  2    Coast News, Aug."* 23   1956  . ...  Arthur   Gutterman:   When  I loathed and hated,    I was  , wrong:  When I. loved   and  pitied, I was right.  an  CANADA'S WEALTH  '     '   : ::        a*-  You can share in Canada's  growing    prosperity.   by  joining Investor's Mutual,'  Canada's .largest   mutuajl;  fund. For full information  ��  consult     your     Investors  Syndicate representative.   ������:  ��� 1  Write or Phone  NEVILLE  ASTLEY  District Manager  ,503-640  W.  Hastings  Phone  Marine  5283  Vancouver  2. B.C.  Investor^  mutual of cANttj) uo.:  V Canada's Jar9.1l aurua! fund,  ���BAB OFFICEi WINHIFEG . OFFICES IX FIWCIKU CIIIEt,  Fuiiy Covebip?  Insurance must "Fit**  to be of greatest value  Be sure you have the  correct insurance  for your  needs  N. Richard McKibbin  INSURANCE--  25th Anniversary Year.  Phone 42 Gibsons B.C.  fASTEST ACROSS THE STRAIT  VANCOUVER-NANAIMd  FERRIES LE7WE EVERY- TWO HOURS ON THE  EVEN HOUR, 6 A. M.-MIDNIGHT,  FROM BOTH HORSESHOE BAY AND NANAIMO  IV. of 6 am, 8,10,12 noon,2 pm,4,6t6,10,12 mid.  (Daylight Saving Tint*)   .  . Reservations NOT Needed  Passengers���A ut omob ihs���Trucks  Follow The Black Ball Flag!  BLACK BALL  omee  the fair is  RETURN TO TRAIL  Mr Rozell C. Smith, vice-  principal of Fruitvale Junior High School, Trail, B.C.  his wife and family left Gibsons on Aug. 15, after a-  lengthy visit with Mrs Davis  of Shaw Road. They will  visit in Vancouver a short  time before returning home  to Trail.  SP220��    -  LAUG22t-SEPT3  ^VANCOUVER CANADA  \Yes, it's coming ���.. the most exciting Fair your family's  'ever seen ... the 1956 P.N.E.! What a time you'll all have 7  touring the magnificent Manufacturers' and Electrical  '''Buildings, seeing intriguing exhibits, listening to free band ''  concerts, thrilling to all the wonders of this great spectacle.  ,'Bring your family ��� bring your friends. You'll all  'want to see everything at the bigger, better '56 P.N.E.! . ���  *#*  FAIR   FOK  THE  V. BIH Willi AMS, Gm. ��8'-   fliSlillB   w- t. JORRIE. ft��.den�� sons personals  Coast News, Aug. 23. 1956   3  BY  PHYLLIS  M.  HODGSON  Mr. and Mrs. Grimwood  ���Taylor left last week to  imake their home at Birch  Cove near Halifax. They are  > making the move to be .hear  their 'family, and taking  with them memories of seven happy years on the Sun"  shine Coast.  Mrs. Olive Brake from  Vancouver spent the week  with Mrs. George Webb.  Mr and Mrs Beynon and  children who spent their  holidays with Mrs Beynon's  parents, Mr .and Mrs Ed  Grant, have returned home.  Mr. Morris    Boucher    of  Vancouver    was    weekend  guests of the J.C. Stiles.  *    *    *  Mrs Brosteau, grandmother  of Mrs Morane flew "from  her home in Calgary to celebrate^ her 85th birthday  "with a" family gathering in  GARDEN BAY  BOAT WORKS  Boat Building  Repairing  Overhauling  Welding  Machine Work  INSLEY  Pender Harbour 475  ���5 IN e ���  Every Tuesday  CANADIAN LEGION  \   GIBSONS  Sponsored by the  Veterans Social Welfare  HASSAN'S  IS THE SPOT FOR  SPORTING  FISHING TACKLE  BOATS  FOR RENT  Motor and Row Boats  1  NOVELTIES  COSTUME JEWELERY  FINE   CHINA  HASSANS  Pender Harbour  Phone 3H  REAL  ESTATE  is moving  Read the  , Coast Jfettis  Vancouver.   Four   generations Were   present for the  occasion,   and Mrs   Morane  and Dennis extended   their  visit a few days.  Mrs Bill Sutherland has  her sister Mrs Butcher of  Nelson visiting.  , Mr and Mrs Scott are  visiting Mrs Scott's mother  Mrs S.J. Morison of the  Langholm.  Mrs Shirley Watt from  Hamilton Ont. who has been  holidaying at the Fulkerson  home, has left to continue  hor holiday in Victoria,  Seattle and Calgary.  Mrs J. Marshall with Mrs  George Hunter and children  were visitors to Bellingham.  Guests at the Robinson  home include their nephew,  Linden Rousell from Moose  Jaw, and Mr David Addy  and his sister from Kelowna*  Their son Carmen was. also  home for the weekend.  Mr and Mrs Veal from-  Vancouver have bought the  Taylor home oh the Sechelt  Road.  Mrs Crowhurst Sr. is  holidaying in Victoria ' and  Nanaimo returning by way  of Seattle.  Mr and Mrs Norman MacKenzie have returned from  a six week holiday on the  Island. . Making Victoria  their headquarters, they al*  so visited Qualicum Beach  and Comox. Their son Bob,  meteoroligist at the R.C.A.F.  station at Claresholm joined  them for his holiday.  Mr and Mrs Bill Peterson  have returned from a long  and interesting trip. Travelling, through Washington,  Oregon. California, Arizona.  New Mexico and Texas to  Oklahoma where they visited relatives. Leaving behind  them temperatures of 110  degrees they returned by the  Colorado and Wyoming  route to the milder climate  of B.C.  Mr and Mrs David Winton  have moved into the Crosby  home.  The Warwick home has  been a hive bf activity for  the past month with family  gatherings and grandchildren holidaying. Mr and Mrs  Plaskett anl Miss Belle Warwick were weekend guests.  Mrs Wheeler and her two  children were holidaying at  the home of her parents Mr  Mrs R. Macnicol, also a  guest at the Macnicol home  was Mrs Burchell from  Vancouver.  Irene Stronstad who attended the Fraser Valley  youth camp, is completing  )her holiday with her grand"  parents in Vancouver..  Recent guests of Mr and  Mrs A. Arseriuick were Mr  and Mrs F. Bull and friends  from Prince Albert, Sask.  Evelyn    Cooke    made    a  hurried trip to    hospital in  Vancouver, anl was operated  on that   same   night   for  appendicitis. ,^-  . Mrs Frank Bushfield's  home was the scene of a  happy holiday gathering,  with the Paul Fountains  and their four children from  Yakima and Miss Charlotte  Dill and her father from  Vancouver. On Sunday Mrs  Bushfield returned to Vancouver with her guests to  visit her son Harold.  Mr and Mrs Tom Wood of  Vancouver were visiting the  John Woods' of Gibsons.  Miss Lorraine Fladager  visited friends and relatives  here. Lorraine' now holds the  Pentecostal ' pastorate at  Brideville B.C.  Visitiiig the home of his  parents was Mr Bernard  Daoust and family from  Trail.  BIRTHDAY PARTY  Fifteen guests celebrated  the birthday of George Page  Porpoise Bay, August 11 at  the home of Mr: and Mrs.  R. Clarke. Dancing to popular and old time music  ., occupied most of the evening  until refreshment time,  when Mr. Page was presented' with, some comical gifts  which caused a lot of hilarity among the guests.  VISIT CLOWHOM  A surprise boat load of  ���guests landed at Clowhom  Falls to celebrate the first  anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.  Ed Laidlaw Jr. Aug. 8. Mr.  and. Mrs. W. Berry, Mr. and  Mrs. E. Laidlaw, Mrs. G.  Millar and Marion, Mr. and  Mrs. J. Hicks, and Jack  Laidlaw stayed overnight at  the Falls before returning  to Sechelt.  JOHN J. DUNKIN  Doctor of Optometry  906 Birks Building  VANCOUVER, B.C.  Summer Cotton Dresses  A Few Fall Dresses  Men's Summer Jackets  Tine TceetKy  Phone 95Q     Sechelt  BSONS MEAT MARKET  NEWS  '~*n  I  t  The knitted sheath is taking  ;over for early fall and many  -of the smartest take on costume airs with their own  jackets1, or, smarter yet, their  town "blouson" jacket. This  one has a leather belt oyer  which it is slightly bloused.  The jacket is elasticized at the  bottom t0 fall at will and  like the dress has rib knit  detail. You can't go wrong  choosing this one for casual  town wear, and certainly for  plenty of use in the subtrbs  !or country.  Husbands! Wives!  Get Pep, Vim; Feel Younger  Thousands of couples are weak, worn-out, ex-  hausted.iust because body lacks iron. For new  younger feeling after 40, try Ostrex Tonic  Tablet?. Contain iron for pep; supplement  doses vitamin Bi. "Get-acquainted" size costs  little. Be wise, get pep, new health, quick  ' thrifty way. Try Ostrex today. At all druggists.  FRESH GROUND  BEEF  Grade ��� A ��� Choice  39c Jb.  YOUNG BEEF   LIVER  BLADE POT ROASTS  Bone Removed  Grade ��� A ��� Choice  49c lb.  Fletchers No. 1  BACK BACON  Vz lb. Pkgs.  55c  Tender ��� Tasty  wilb      I El a  SUNKKST ORANGES  288's  3 Dozen  i  V  :  Fraser Valley  1  89c  lbs. for $1.29  NOTHING BUT GRADE "A" BEEF OFFERED FOR SALE  Quality Ks Always A Bargain  KEN WATSON PHONE 52  4>  M  %  !l  Bufck Super  6*Pat*enger 4-Door RMtre  A GENERAL MOTORS VALUE  '  :**..  In Guided Muscle  ...at a pip  of a price/  Time's awasting���when you  could be enjoying the fun and  thrill of the best Buick yet.  And right now the value of your  present car is at its peak to make  a whale of a fine deal on a  great-buy Buick i  It's not just that Buick's new V8  develops more torque and horsepower than ever before.  There's the new guided dynamite  that makes the most of all tins.  That's the latest version of  Variable Pitch Dyoaaflfow.* It*��  so rrinust4ed" that it delivers swift  new acceleration with less than an  inch, of pedal travel���and saves  gas in tlie doing.  Or you can unleash full power  on a shaved second's notice.  Tromp down on the treadle���  switch the pitch���and leave trouble fading away behind you.  And it's still only August. You  still have months to be driving  the most modern car on the road  ��� to deal yourself in on the best  bay you'll get in many a moon.  Why wait ? Today is a great time  to buy a Buick���the best Buick  yet, by far!  *Jfew Advanced Variable  Fifth Dynaflow is the  only Dynaflow Buick  bnilds today. It is  standard en Roadmaster,  Super and Century���  ei>tisnal at jxodest extra  teste* At Special.  Enjoy 4-Season Comfort frt  your new Buick with genuine  FR1GIDAINE  CONDITIONING  SEE JACKIE GiEASON ON TV  Every Saturday Evening  W-255S&  N  L  PHONE SECHELT 10  THE NAME THAT MEANS A GOOD BEAL  WILSON CREEK B.C I   Meats, Ice Cream  |;     ��� Frozen Foods  | Wholesale & Retail  p SPARE RIBS  i' Fresh Frozen  ft    YOUNG TURKEYS  | Oven Ready- 6���16 lbs.  J':  Ii  |!  1/  i  Young Beef  LIVER  Sliced  fc  Rindiess Sliced  ���  SIDE BACON  [yowi 29c i/2 !b.  1'JCE BAIT  M      FROZEN FOODS  �� Buy your Freezer  Packs  at Wholesale  s��  ��;���  No. 1   SecheEf  No. 1  4    Coast News, Aug. 23    1956  BY  CHUCK  TOMPKINS  I for one, find it hard to  believe that softball fans are  tired, of watching one of the  finest amateur sports played  today. I also find it hard to  believe that softball is about  through on the Peninsula.  When I say through I do  not mean defunct, but that  the fine competitive league  of three years ago when it  was not out of the ordinary  to have from one to three  hundred people at Sunday  games," does not seem to  exist now. The calibre of  ball is better ��� the turnout  of spectators has been anything but good. ,  The blame for the decline  of softball cannot be placed  directly on anyone as there  are a number of things to  which it .can be attributed.  Proof of the rapid decline  of spectators interest is in  the voting for the Popular  Player Award. Last year  some 250 votes came in with  SYLVIA'S  ANDY STORE  Groceries, Fruits. Vegetables, Meats  Soft Drinks. Confections, Icecream  Open Dailey, 8 a.m. to Midnight, Daily, Gibsons.  Sylvia's thanks the local people of Gibsons for their  kindly co-operation in getting us started. We do  appreciate it.  W  I  SOCIAL CREDITERS  ATTENTION!  SUPPORT  GEORGE  HOPKINS  as your  CANDIDATE  for  NOMINATION!  Attend A " ���'.  Thprs.  Anglican  SPECIAL  MEETING  Aug- 23    8 p.m.  Parish Hallj Gibsons  f*4* TVead Hardware is the  " LUNCH KIT CENTRE  Clear, Unbreakable PLASTIC KITS, each $2.15   ,  Enamelled Metal LUNCH KITS:  Roy Rogers', complete with Thermos $3.79  'Robin Hood' ALADDIN KIT, complete $3.98  Girls' and Ladies' TOTE BAG TYPE,  Complete with matching Thermos $4. 50  Boys 'Man Style' Kit, complete $3.65  Men's Lunch Kite, with Thermos $3.25  Aluminium Kits- without bottle $2.65  A Complete Line of   THERMOS & ALADDIN   BOTTLES  STOPPERS, CORKS, REFILLS- etc.  the winner polling, 81.;This  year 14 votes canie in with  the winners receiving only 4  votes each. This must be  lisappointing to the donor  and he could not be blamed  for withdrawing the award  next year.  Another point was the  mixed -up schedule this  year with incidents of three  teams on one field and one  on another being common  place.  In the two previous years,  using Gibsons as an example, the fans KNEW that  Tuesday evenings and Sunday afternoons one of their  teams were playing at home.  This year hot even the players knew when, or where  they were playing.  Why can't the officials of  the three leagues get togeth"  er and plan for next year?  One softball team withdrew in the middle of the  season, another conceded it's  playoff games. Something is  wrong someplace. Let's find  out where!  three children began their  holidays at Penticton in time  for the annual Peach Festival. Carol and Larry visited  their grandparents, Mr and  Mrs Whitty are on holiday  in California.  Among Port Mellonites  watching the P.N.E. parade  will be Mrs Klatt with  Wayne and Gary who will  spend the week writh her  mother Mrs Gale, and Mr  and Mrs J. Munro and Grant  who will also stay several  days in Vancouver.  Miss Joanne Gustafson  from Vancouver is staying  with her cousins Kathy,  Diane, Darey and Geordie  Proulx.  Mrs Gordon Peterson and  Valerie of Abbotsford are  the guests of Mrs Peterson  while Gordon and his father  are cruising in the 'Fidelia.'  Weekend guests of Mr  and Mrs J. Strayhorn were  Mr and Mrs P. Mussel and  their daughter Sharon of  North Vancouver.  Oike house. The Oikes have  moved into their new home  Mrs. Florence Turner has  returned from a round of  visits to her family. The  George Turners will spend  their   vacation here j  New residents are Const,  and Mrs. James E. Hodgson,  transferred from the Port  Alberni R.C.M.P. detachment; They are busy redecorating the former Thompson house for their home.  JERRY'S  Repair Shop  Stocks The   New   One-Man  "PIONEER J-A"  I. E. L Power Saw  HEAVEY DUTY REPAIRS  WELDING  STANDARD  GAS AND OIL  TIRES - FATTERIFS  ACCESSORIES  Kleindale  GOSPEL  RALLY  Chinese Evangelist  MUN HOPE  AH Welcome���  *- AU Seats Free  8 p.m. Mow. Aug. 27  Gibsons School Hall  8 p.m. Tues. Aug. 28  Sechelt Legion -Hall  Port Mellon   Wilson Creek  MRS M. WEST  Fourteen members of the  Womens Auxiliary spent a  pleasant social evening at  the home of Mrs Swartz on  August 14. The occasion  marked the appreciation of  the work done by Mrs L.  Swanson during the past  three years/ Mrs Swanson  will be missed when she  moves from Hillside to  Gibsons at the end of the  month.  On   August 17, Dr.   Max  Howell, Professor of   Physical   Education, UBC   and  summer director of the Canadian Red Cross tested the  proficiancy of pupils of Miss  Pat  Russell, Swimming Instructor.    Those     entering  who passed were:  Senior��� Janet Swanson.  Intermediate��� Sandra Pet*  erson, Don Andow,    Robert  Boa, Jimmy Boa and David  Latham.  Junior ���   Terry   Enemrk.  Delores O'Brian, Diane Den"  ford,      Burkhardt    Kerbis,  Robbie Gill, Donna    Beaud-  ,oin,   Barry   Legh,    Nadine  Gant and Bruce Strayhorn.  Beginners tests will be  held this week.  Mr and Mrs C. Graham  land David and Peggy Gill  have returned from holidays  in Birtle, Man.        7  Mr and Mrs A. Greggain  .with Gail and Wayne spent  two weeks camping in the  Vernon district.: Bruce and  Jim Cox of New Westminr  ster, nephews of Mrs Greggain returned with them  for two weeks.  Mrs K. Gallier and Carrie  have returned from a visit  to Vancouver,  Miss Arlene Kwan has  left Port Mellon. She will  spend the remainder of her  holidays in Washington before returning to Normal  School in September.  Mr and Mrs P. Quarry and  THE  DATE PAD  Aug. 25���    Roberts    Creek  Community Hall   Recreation Park committee dance.  Aug. 28. Gibsons, Garden  Club Gladiolus Show, Par"  ish HaU 8 p.m.  Sept. 6��� Sechelt Legion L.  A. Tea and summer sale,  Legion hall, 2 p.m.;  Sept. 10��� Wilson Creek  Community Centre assoc-  iation^ monthly meeting?  Community Hall 8 p.m.  Sept. 11���Roberts Creek Improvement association re -  gular meeting Legion hall  8 p.m.  Sept. 12th. at the home of  Mrs. Adams, meeting of the  Headlands Service Club.  This weeks special: Bargain  Harbour��� waterfrontage���  acre land��� small home���  good anchorage ��� lovely  view��� only $3200.  Harold Wilson  Phone 32  Gibsons  i}vy     Phono Gibsons  44  ***        evenings 147  BY MRS. D. ERICKSON  Recent visitors from Sar-  dis, Mr. and Mrs. Alex  Legge, were guests of the  W.W. Wrights.  The Dave Jantzen family  are occupying the Rivetts  cottage, during the construction of their new home  on the property owned by  Mrs. Moore, who has moved  to Roberts Creek.  Mrs. Leslie Jakson and  her mother, Mrs. L. Wilkinson, drove to Revelstoke to  visit Phyllis and'Doug Perkins. Three of the Perkins  children returned with their  grandparents to holiday at  Madeira Park.  Mr. and Mrs. Keith Edwards have moved from  Park    Road   to the    Doug  ��� mmmmmmmmmmmammammmmmmmmmmmmm  For Guaranteed  Watch and Jewelry  Repairs  CHRIS'S   JEWELERS  Work  done   on  the  Premises  WE BUY OLD GOLD  Phono 96 Sechelt  m SB Hi MB Hi Hi  ���THANK TCU!  The Fair Management wish to thank all persons  who assisted towards the success of the Fair.  The interest shown by adjoining districts ,was  encouraging, and particular appreciation is felt for the  efforts of Mrs. Elsa Warden of- Pender Harbour.  f AUGUST CLEARANCE  At  I  I  I  IR E N E' S  25% OFF  1  I  I  I  COTTON DRESSES, SKIRTS, BLOUSES  LADIES & CHILDREN'S PLAY TOGS  A FEW TAFFETAS & CHROME-SPUNS INCLUDED  SUITABLE FOR DAY OR EVENING WEAR.  PHONE S5R GIBSONS  I  I  PRICES SLASHED  To Clear the Lot  We're Loaded with  Used Cars & Trucks!  *55 Chevrolet BEL���AIR V-8 SEDAN  2-Tcne Blue, was $2395  *5^ Ford CUSTOM LINE SEDAN, only 13,000 miles  Automatic Transmission, Radio & Heater* was ��1895  '56 Ford PREFECT,        '" m' -^   ' ���'���������'.  As New, only 2.000 miles, was $1695  '52 PLYMOUTH DeLUXE SEDAN, was $1095  '51 Austin STATION WAGON, was $495  '49 Austin A-40 SEDAN, was $495  '49 Ford SEDANS was $495  '48 Pontiac SEDAN, was $395  '47 Hudson CUSTOM SEDAN,  Perfect! was $495  *46 Nash SEDAN, was $295  '47 Mercury SEDAN, was $195  Now  Now  Now|  Now  Now  Now  Now  Now  Now  Now  Now  $2189  $1769  $1389  $389  $369  $389  $289  $389  $189  $139  '54 Chevrolet HALF-TON PICK-UP  DeLuxe Cab* Top Shape, was $1295 *  51 Chevrolet HALF-TON PICK-UP  A Clean Truck, New Paint, was $695  '49 International HALF-TON PANEL, was $395  '48 Ford ONE-TON FLAT DECK,  New Motor, was $295  Now $589  Now  ow  ow  Now $189  PENBNSULA  THE NAME THAT MEANS A GOOD DEAL  Phone Sechelt 10 Wilson Creek CARD OF THANKS  We wish to thank everyone  for their get well cards,  letters, and flowers that  were sent to Mr Otto Giersh  while in hospital. Mrs Otto  Giersh. .  MrW. Skellet-thanks all his  friends for the lovely cards  and visits he received while  in hospital.  Frank and Daisy Bailey- of  Gibsons thank their many  friends for their cards, letters, flowers and gifts during Frank's recent- illness  anl convalescence.  ENGAGEMENT ', *  The engagement is announc"  ed of Rex Davey and Jac-  quiline Wells of Victoria and  Winnipeg. The wedding will  take place in December.  Coast News, Aug. 23    1956  ;stati  5     FOR SALE  Students Loose leaf binders?  Refills, scribblers, all Schooj  supplies��� Check with Thriftee first!  TOTEM FLASHES  Gower Point��� acre   land-  clean cozy cottage��� garage  ��� lovely   shade   trees���  ocean view��� only $2750  Roberts Creek��� waterfront  ���nice   location good   view    18 ft-    Heavy    Carvel-built  property���2 bedroom home    round-bilge    boat,    powered  ��� 3 pc bath��� large   living    wit^ 25,��p 'Crossley- Marine  room���   full   price    only  $5750��� very easy terms.  '       t ��� s  Gibsons��� very attractive  view home��� so clean and it  ���is   well   arranged��� 2 bed-  Small electric range, dining  room suite, studio couch. See  at Gosden's, Gibsons.  engine, Make excellent camp  tender or general utility  for fishing. Speed estimate  8 knots. Can be seen at Red"  MR. WILLIAM BOW  Mr William Bow of Gower  Point, died on August. 10.  Rev. H.U. Oswald of Gibsons  conducted the funeral service, which was followed by  cremation, at the Simmons  and McBride funeral chapel  Monday, August 13.  He leaves his wife Jean,  a son John in North Vancouver, and two daughters  Mrs J.R. Blackburn of North  Vancouver and Mrs R.B.  Coles of West Vancouver.  Mr Bow was an architect  in Vancouver prior to his  retirement to Gower.Point,  ailable to many   locally, in-   Board, when building prob-  cluding the Sechelt    School   lems were discussed-  The Public is Invited  To Hear  Room and Board  ���   I  ��  ��       ��   0,  .Will board 2 men sharing.  Lunch packed. Phone Gibsons 63.  HELP WANTED  Lady or girl to care for two  year old girl Monday  though Friday after school  , starts.* Preferably in my  home in central Gibsons  area. Light household duties  appreciated. Phone 91G or  Box 133.  Help Wanted: -Home away  from home for married  couple. Rent free. Man could  make extra money by assisting on grounds, wife expected to do light housework.  Good future for couple between 30 and 40 interested  in chicken ranching. Write  giving age, nationality and  iphone number it possible to  P.O. Box 211, Sechelt B.C.  ^Reliable, well groomed man  with car to manage established Fuller Brush business for  Sechelt arid surrounding districts. Earnings above average.  Apply Yo.Tg. F. Weldon. 258  Howard Ave] Nanaimo, B.C.  Phone Nanaimo   615L.  Coffee bar cooks, wanted. Ole  Elmholdt, Phone Gibsons 160.  WORK WANTED  Chimney sweeping and re  . pairs. Roofing and repairs.  . All general repairs around  your home. Write t�� R.N.  Smith R.R.1. Gibsons -or call  at Fix-it Shop. Lower Rd. 1  mile east of Roberts Creek  Spray and brush painting;  also paperhanging. J. Melhus.  Phone  Gibsons  33. tfn  Painting and Paper hanging.  JFirst class work. George E.  Bell, Phone Gibsons 12.  ANNOUNCEMENT       y     ~  i���- i     ��� i .. ������  ���  ���  For; AVON products call Mrs  Rudolph,  Gibsons . 128G.  For AVON products phone  Mrs. T. (Margaret) Ay tori' in  Sechelt.  In Sechelt phone your want  ads to- Coast News representativeMrs. E. Lumsdon, 44W.  TOWING AND   FREIGHTING.  W. Nygren, Gibsons 13   tfn  WANTED V ���*��� "  1 set bunk   beds   with   or *  without   mattresses.   Good  condition. Phone 148Q, Gibsons. '  Wanted, canvas awning .and  tarpaulin. Phone Gibsons  148M.   INSURANCE  SECHELT INSURANCE  AGENCIES  Real Estate  Property   Management  Insurance  Office  phone   22F  T.E. DUFFY. Agent  Residence  31Q  I. MACKAY, Salesman.  Residence ,?0F  i-poms��� furnace��� garden  a' bargain on low terms.  Davis Bay��� right on water  front��� most attractive* location��� 2 bedroom home ���  very low terms.  Gibsons���Bay beach site ���-  very attractive home with  guest cottage��� garden fruit  trees���ideal for boat owner  ���commercial fisherman.  Always a better buy at  TOTEM   REALTY  Gibsons  Pender Harbour��� revenue  property��� 242 feet waterfrontage��� over an acre  land��� 3 houses��� room for  ���cabins and boat rental���  lights��� phone��� good water  rooffs, or   direct   enquiries  to A.P.R. Campbell,    Royal   where he designed and built  Bank Building Vancouver.  Phone PA 9164.  1SCUSS  th<  3A bed, Spring and mattress  $10. Phone Gibsons 63.   �� '  Heavy breed boiling fowl  for sale $1.25 each, alive or  killed. Don Ritchey, Gibsons  107W. tfn.  1952 half ton Morris semi-  new condition   10,000    true  miles.   Thor .Christianson.  Shaw Road,, Gibsons.  Kitchen    oil    range    with  burner. Phone 13 Gibsons.  For Quick Sale: 16 ft. glassed cabin outboard $400.  1956 Mercury Mark 25 with  his own home. He designed  the front and windows of the  Gibsons Public Library. His    SOMMERS-   STURDY    CASE  opinion and advice were av- . .       ,    . , ,    remote controls, little used    ww iw a iCaW vx Wi  grand view property and    $375> pi^no and bench $3m    lo^ing  described lands:  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to apply  to lease Land  In the Land Recording District of Vancouver and situate  near Witherby Point on the  west side of'Howe Sound.  Take notice that Thomas G  Wright of "Vancouver, B.C. occupation Forester intends to  apply for a  lease of the fol-  And  Other  Campaign  Issues  LEGION   HALL  AUG. 27 - GIBSONS - 8 P.M.  full price only $13,000 on  terms. Totem Realty Phone  44 Gibsons B.C.  Two bedroom home, bay area,  8 years old, modern, no, hills.  For information, Phone 34F  Gibsons  TO  RENT 7 ~~,  Furnished house for rent  from Sept. 15, *on water  front Roberts Creek. 5 minutes store and post office.  Lease may be had to reliable  party at $45 month. Sign on One used Servel Kerosene Re-  road. W.C. Campbell,   Beach    frigerator,  good condition.    1  New Westinghouse refriger"  ator, $335. dVz hp outboard,  in operation 4 hours $170.  9 ft. rowboat with oars $25.  Sewing machine $70. Many  more household articles.  J.R. Archibald, Pender Harbour 352.  7 X 50 Marine Binoculars,  wide angle, coated lense  $39.50, with carrying case  and strap. Langs Drugstore,  Sechelt.  Ave. If interested,    contact  Mr C. Dahlin, 2849 East 6  Ave.    Vancouver. * Phone  y  Hastings 4025L;  0..........   II        I    ��� I   .      ���.    ���.    . ....... , .1 ���   ..HI    I.     .1.1.  ���II   Ml ��������� ���   I ���  Still Available. 4 room house  partly furnished, fully modem, Sechelt Highway. Suit  couple. Gibson's 95A.  New   modern   all   electric  duplex suite. See V.H. Eckstein, Trueman Rd. .Gibsons.  Fire, Auto, Liability. Prompt  courteous service". Totem Realty, Gibsons  H.B. GORDON AGENCIES  Sechelt  REAL ESTATE  and INSURANCE  Phone   53 Evenings  and  Holidays   115  Furnished    suite    for v  rent,  Phone Gibsons 63.  3���-roomed cottage; cold-  water tap, near library. $25  month. Contact, Cliff Oviatt  Gibsoris 96G.  WANTED TO REN*  Wanted toc rent a house or cottage at Seohelt from end of  Sept. Reliable couple. Write  H. Edwards, 3428 Oxford St,  Vancouvr or phone' EM 8985.  Two���bedroom home in or  close to Gibsons. Mrs H.  Lymer, Gibsons.,  By Sept. 1, 3 or 4 room suite  or house, in or around Seohelt  by reliable party. Mrs. M.B.  Hall. R.R.1, Gibsons.  GIBSONS ~  Newest Shopping Centre  JOHN  COLERIDGE  REALTY  Oldest Real Estate Office  Between Lang's Drug Store  and  Woods Hardware  Georgian Block  Look for  the  Big  Neon   Sign  BUILDING   SUPPLIES  Buy. direct from the mill. Lumber, ply wood, doors, building  supplies. Write for complete  catalog. Vancouver Sawmills  Limited^, 1111 E. 7th. Avenue,  Vancouver  12, B.C. tfn  PERSONAL  Change your fragrance for  fall! A full line of Lentheric  ahd Du Barry cosmetics,  Revlon lipsticks with Futur"  amie cases. Fully qualified  (and certified cosmeticians to  serve you at all t;imes. Langs  Drug Stores, Sechelt and  Gibsons.  Bring in your old cushions  and have   them   re-covered  with bright new draperies.  C&S Sales Sechelt.  used oil-burning range, excellent condition. -See Parkers  Hardware, Sechelt; u,   ..TFN  "Sun" electric tachometer W/  extra head, for any 4 cyl. engine. Complete. R. Ritchie,  ���^Bonc 106 Gibsons. Phone  107W. tfn.  Wood for sale- Prompt delivery Roberts Creek to Halfmoon Bay; Phone Sechelt 99F  ������____ - y  '       s-j   Electric :RaAgette usied only  few months. Phone 72R Gibsons.  Easy chair, wine color, $20  A.    Holden,    Fletcher    Road,  Chesterfield tub chair, perfect  condition, maroon, cheap.; A.  Bruce. Headlands Gibsons.'-'.;"  SteelWwteldi    20     in.    furnace,  good for   oil conversion,  first  ���class    condition,     casing  and  pipesf   included.    Price $50.  Enquire Box 453 Coast News,  Fresh oysters. Come by car or  boat to Oyster Bay Co. Pender  Harbour.  Kohler Light Plant' 110. Volts,  DC, 800 watts. Phone Secret  Cope  142R  SERVICE FUELS  '    Ran Vernon  R.R.  1    Gibsons    Phone 173Q  Aide? or Fir Bushwood  Mill Slabwood  Sand, Gravel and Cr. Rock  Products.  BOY'S WEAR  Jeans,    T-Shirts,     Underwear,  Bathing  Trunks,   Socks,   Caps  and   Accessories.  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  GIBSONS  WATCH REPAIRS  Watch and Jewelry Repairs  Marine Men's Wear. Agents  for W. H. G r a s s i e. Fast  reliable service. tfn  For Guaranteed Watch and  Jewelry Repairs, See Chris's  Jewelers, Sechelt. Work done  on the premises. tfn  Commencing at a post planted  approximately  23.5   chains  east  and   17   chains  north  of  the south-east corner of D. L.  1637 thence 7    chains   south;  thence 18 chains east;  thence  approximately 6  chains north  to high  water mark;    thence  westerly    along    high    water  mark  to point of commencement and  containing    twelve  acres,   more  or  less,   for  the  purpose of mooring docks and  floats. ' i "i^fl  Thomas G.  Wright  Dated July 31, 1956  BOWLERS  A Meeting Of The  Peninsula Commercial  League,   Thurs. Sept.   6,  8 p.m. at Sechelt Alleys  New  teams or individual  players welcome.  EXTRA  STORAGE  Can  Be As  Attractive  As   It  Is  Necessary!  TRY  PLYWOOD  PANELS  Whether you're a Do- It-^Yourself Fan, or the  Planner who has  it done, you'll find PLYWOOD  ideal for a Work-saving, Time-saving. Beautiful  jdK. Try  Mahogany Plywood���it's different.  Select Modern CABINET HARDWARE i       J P  "and CHROME TRIM^'yyy-yyy-y;r  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES, LTD.  Phone Gibsons 53  ROCK GAS  Phone 33  Come to Our  Store  for  a  Demonstration  on  our Beautiful  New Model  GURNEY GAS RANGE $289  One bottle of Gas provides   cooking fuel fdr the   average *  family of four for approximately 12 weeks. Cost:    $10.75.  ($10 for 2 unit installation)  GIBSONS HARDWARE LTD.  Gibsons  MRS, M. TOWNSEND  Mrs Mabel Townsend of  Gower Point; Gibsons, died  in her 81st year at her  home. The funeral service  was held at the Vancouver  Crematorium Aug. 14.  She leaves one son, a  daughter, three grandchildren and five great grandchildren.  LAST  &  WEEK OF AUGUST  FECIAL  10% OFF  Y ITEM IN OUR STORE!  Bring this ad with you, any day from   August 23 to 30,  and help yourself to this BIG DISCOUNT!  THIS SALE INCLUDES:    Ranges, Refrigerators, Suites,  Smart New Tables.    Modern as Tomorrow,   With Tops Of  Arborite.  Regularly Priced COFFEE TABLES, $19.95 to $27.95  CORNER TABLES,$37.95    to      $39.95  STEP TABLES    $22.95    All    10%Off!  Remember ��� to take   advantage of this   sale,   you must  bring this ad!  Phone 3  Sechelt JUDITH  FLETCHER  Miss Noreen Pruden of  Eugene, Wash, is spending  her holidays in Pender Harbour and vicinity.  Guests registered at West"  mere Lodge include Miss  Lois Greive. Miss Jean  Smith. Miss Annie Wilson  and Miss Lilas McKillop. all  of Vancouver.,,  Mr. and Mrs. Charles-Sas-  se of Salem, Oregon, are  spending their honeymoon  in Pender Harbour.  Mr and Mrs James Cox  of Texada Island have moved to Duncan, B.C.  Mr Norman Kirby of West  Vancouver spent the past  week fishing in Pender Har"  bour.  Many friends of Mr Vic  Cobler, Alert Bay, formerly  jof Pender   Harbour,    have  learned of his death in Vancouver recently.  Dr. and Mrs. T.F. Rose of  Victoria were in the Harbour during the week for a  few days.  Mrs Joan Worrall recently,  on t he staff of the St.  Mary's Hospital, Pender ������  Harbour, is now a patient in  St. Vincent's Hospital, Vancouver, where she is recuperating from a leg injury.  Mr Jack Spence of  North Vancouver, was registered at the Garden Bay  Lodge over the weekend.  Mr A.B. Gleditzsch of San  Francisco is on an extended  visit i this area and is a  present cruising in Jervis  Inlet.  Mr E. Luther of Seattle  is another yachting enthus-  e.<StO.��REErt 5-9  NOTICE  TO CONTRACTORS  Tenders are invited for transportation of pupils for the  year 1956���57 as follows:  (a) Egmont to Kleindale, approximately 10 pupils  (b) Halfmoon    Bay   and   Kleindale to Pender  Harbour    Sr.    Highj-EIementary    School,  approximately 70 pupils.  Forms of Tender may be obtained: from the local  School Representative or the School Board Office,  Gibsons, B.C.  Tenderers must be prepared to provide suitable vehicles and to carry adaquate liabilty insurance cover  age. '        '������  Tenders in sealed envelopes, marked "Transportation"  will be received till six o'clock p.m. on Saturday.  August, 25, 1956. The lowest or any tender will not  necessarily be accepted.  The Board of School Trustees  School District No. 46 (Sechelt)  ���. If you are moving furniture, size u>  i the load first Don't try to lift the pieco  ; -alone if there is any doubt about your  i ability to do so without straining your ui*  tised muscles.  iast cruising in this   vicinity.  Mrs M. Bennett of Long  Beach, California, is spending her holidays here.  Mr Jimmy Reid'is recovering from severe burns  on his arms caused by his  Gilnet boat exploding and  catching fire while he was  fishing at Smith's Inlet. Mr  Reid's boat was a total loss  and sank.  Mr Dick Krantz has returned to Blind Bay/ after  having spent the past three  ttionths on Vancouver Island.  Mrs Herb Kaatz, who has  been visiting her sister, Mrs  Lloyd Davis, has returned to  her home in New Westminster. ,.  Mr and Mrs Lloyd Anderson and son Garry of New  Westminster visited Mr and  Mrs Carl Remmem, of  Garden Bay.  Mr and Mrs Gordon Deb-  eri'of Blind Bay "have been  spending a holiday in Garden Bay at the Pender Harbour Auto Court.  Recent visitors ^ to the  home of Mrs. Constance  Harper, Kleindale, were her  brother and wife, Mr and  Mrs Alfred Williams, also  Mr and Mrs Walter McGow-  an and two small nieces, all  of Vancouver. Mr Williams  and Mr McGowan are on the  Vancouver teaching staff.  Mrs FiB. Bonell of Seattle  Wash, is spending a holiday  in the district.  Mr and Mrs Douglas Cox  of Anderson Bay, Texada  Island have moved to Kok-  silah, Vancouver Island.  Miss Wendy Jay of Vancouver has returned home  after a holiday * -  Mr H. Hansbury of Seattle  is sports fishing at Irvine's  Landing.,  Mr and Mrs E.N. Gay of  Bremerton are cruising in  their yacht on Jervis Inlet.  Mr B.W. Keeburn of Deer  Harbour, Wash, was a visitor during the week.  Mr and Mrs Frank Camp"  bell    of    Kleindale    spent  holidays in Vancouver,  Mrs. Geraldine Atkins of  Vancouver is spending her  vacation in Pender Harbour.  Mr. Morris   Jenkins   who  has been here for the   past  month    has    returned    to  Vancouver.  Mr. B.L. Kahn of Portland is cruising in Jervis  Inlet;  Mr Phillip Groves _of  Seattle is a house '"guest of  Mr and Mrs Jack Potts.  Mr and Mrs N. Hanson of  Portland Ore. are another  couple holidaying on the  Peninsula.  Mr and Mrs G.A. Wink-  worth of Vancouver have  taken the Bowler house for  a month.  Mrs L. Titus of Tacoma  has left for her home after  6    Coast News, Aug. 230 1956  ��� ������������ - i  i         i     .��������� i^  i i���'       i     ���    i ������ , .��  a"' two weeks   holiday-  in ..  Pender Harbour,   y ~  Mrs Frank Buel of Qualicum Beach, is holidaying at  Pender Harbour.  Mr and Mrs Percy Stickles  of Escalon, Calif, are guests  at Westmere Lodge. Mr  Stickled is the editor of the  Escalon : Times, a paper  with a wide circulation iri  Calif orna. Mr and Mrs Stick-  les have been enjoying the  trout fishing at Westmere  Lodge.  C.E. SICOTTE  Bulldozing Service  Land Clearing  Road Building    .  Logging      Landscaping  Free Estimates  Phone 82M Gibsons |  ll  For Guaranteed  Watch'and Jewelry  Repairs  CHRIS'S  JEWELERS  Work   done   on   the   Premises  WE BUY OLD GOLD  Phone 96 Sechelt  S  CftEE  DERBY!  I  Sponsored By ,  Canadian Legion Branch 219  SEPT. 2, 1956  Sunrise to 4.00 p.m.  Fishing Limits: Camp Byng to Davis ,Bay  Weigh In: Wharf, Roberts Creek  8 - VALUABLE. PRIZES - 8  Including  Best Junior Gateh - $10.00  TICKETS ��� $1.00 ���^Available at Donaghan SjOres,  Anderson Motors, Roberts Creek, and M & W Store,  Gibsons.  I  I  I  I  I  VOLKSWAGEN  CARS - WINDOW VANS - TRUCKS  PANELS  ECONOMY - COMFORT -  . SMARTNESS  Sales - Service  4 - WHEEL DRIVE  Jeeps - Trucks ���"- Sedan Deliveries  Station Wagons  Parts - Repairs  GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE : POWER SAW SALES & SERVICE  SOLNIK SERVICE STATION      se^t  Phone 75  SPECIAL!  STANDARD  EXERCISE  BOOKS  12 for 98c  5 MEANS  JL  AND  PEN & INK  SPECIAL  Waterman s  PEN: $1.95  Waterman's  INK: FREE!  LANG'S  SUPPLIES  Every Possible  Kind  of  PENS, PENCILS, INKS  PAINTS, CRAYONS  PAPERS  LOOSE LEAF COVERS  REFILLS  RULERS, ERASERS  PASTES, GLUES  START THE WHOLE FAMILY  BIGHT WITH PLENAMINES-  TT7  Now in-(WSE daily tablet  9 VITAMINS*  12 MINERALS  to guard your family's diet  NEW  exalt  SUPER PIENAMINS  SUPER PLENAMINS CONTAIN 9 VITAMINS  INCLUDING VITAMIN B��� . . . PLUS Hver, PLUS 12  important minerals including calcium, phosphorus, iron and iodine.  ONE TABLET gives you more than 2 capsules provided  before, the result of Rexall's exclusive new process that maintains  the potency of these food elements even when combined in 1 tablet.  ~~ 1 MONTHS SUPPLY FREE WITH $7.95 SIZE  2 WEEK'S SUPPLY FREE WITH $4.79 SIZE  Lunch Kits-Thertoos Bottles  Decorated or Plain  New Style - - - All  Leather  ZIPPER BINDERS  THE BEST at the BEST PRICES  $5.50 to $9.25  Big Rings and Pockets  P HE 5 C B ���������f-P Til D N  :S^P-.E-;C7i;A,:LM:.ST':S'  Phone 52  Phone 29 HALL ��� LEMIEUX  Holy Family Catholic  ���hurch, Sechelt. was the  scene of the wedding of Kay-  Hall and Robert Lemieux,  both of Sechelt. Rev. Father  Kenny officiated. The bride  wore a ��shell pink costume  with corsage of mauve orchids. She carried a prayer  "book and white baby orchids.        -  The grooms sister, Mrs.  ,*��FV; Doyle, was bridesmaid.  The bridesmaid N wore navy  blue with a 7; white orchid  ��� .corsage. The grooms mother  : Twore a costume bf dove  iligrey with pink and white  jfcorsage of orchids. ��� Jerry  j-Lemieux, the groom's broth"  ���ver was best man. Mr. J.A.  |: Evans gaveytlie^ bride away  i:jin   -marriage.; Jatk    Mayne  A group of mountain goats  fe&d high op. a hillside along  ihe Athabasca Valley in Jasper National Park, Alberta-  (Photo from. Canadian Government Travel Bureau)  Coast News, Aug- 23, 1956 7 imsmmmmsimmm^m  COATES VISITORS  - Visitors at . the . W.B.  Coates' home for a few days  have been their daughter  and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs.  R.A. Higginbottom, who are  leaving this month on a six  months trip to Europe and  and Spain. Also their grand"  son and family Mr. and Mrs.  Donald Cadenhead of Vancouver, were visitors.  Read The Real Estate Column  On The Want Ad Page.  I.O.OJ?. Sunshine  Coast  Lodge No.76 meets Gib  son's Legion Hall 2nd and  4th Friday each month.  GRANTHAMS  COMMUNITY HALL  EVERY FRIDAY  8 P.M.  r  CD,  ;, ��� More Original Miles  ��# More Recap Miles  PENINSULA  LOGGING  SUPPLY Ltd.  Phone 11  Sechelt  was M.C. and usher. After  the 'ceremony the party  left for Sechelt Inn where  breakfast was served to 26  guests.  The choir under the direction of Mrs. J.A.    Evans  rendered several hymns during the Mass. The    church  .   was gaily   decorated    with  V -pink and    white    gladiolas.  '��� Mrs. J'. Mayne looked after  the flowers on the alter and  in the church. ..  Breakfast was served to  the bride, and groom. Rev.  Father Kenny, Mr. and Mrs.  W. Morris, Mr. and Mrs.  N. Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. Lemieux Sr. of Powell River,  B.C. Mr. and Mrs; Jerry Lemieux and family of Wilson  Creek, Mrs. Joan Corgan,  Mr. and Mrs. Gus Crucil,  Mr. and Mrs. Scott Pollock,  Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mayne,  Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Evens and  Dave Galvin. ���'   ...,'���  The bride and groom left  for Vancouver Island after  the breakfasts. On returning  they will take up residence  in Sechelt.  ; Out of town guests at the -  wedding and staying at the  homes of Mrs. Dora Doyle  and Mrs. Wally Smith were  Mr. and Mrs. James Campbell of Port McNeil, Mr. and  Mrs. Harding Stephens of  New Westminster, Mr. and  Mrs. Gerry Zeron and Maureen of Vancouver, Mr. and  Mrs. Alfred Williams and  family of Haney B.C., Mr.  and Mrs. . Emil Krompocker  of .Westview, Mr. Don Stephens and Miss Marjorie  Roberts of Westview, Mr.  and Mrs. Alvin Lingren  (nee Jean Campbell) and  family of Mission and Miss  Marion Ross of Vanncouver.  Staying at the home of Mr.  Andy Wilson. West Sechelt  were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wilson and family of California*  Mr. and Mrs. Ted Walish  and Carol of Seattle, Mr. and  Mrsv Andy Wilson and family of Vancouver, Mr. and  Mrs. James Wilson of Vancouver and Mr: and Mrs.  George Taylor, Vancouver.  We Have  EVERYTHING  In  SCHOOL  SUPPLIES  From  GRADE 1  Come In Early For  Best Selection At  Chris's Variety Shoppe  Phone 96  Sechelt  SCHOOL SHOES  '        '' . ''       ���   i  for Children oi All Ages  GIRLS'& BOYS'OXFORDS  SADDLE SHOES   LOAFERS  if-;  \  BOYS'SCHOOL BOOTS  RUNNING SHOES GYM SHOES  SHOE STCCE  Phone 25 G  Sechelt  SIANDAftD:.  yWiATiN^ Qii^y  No more seasonal heating bills! Now you can  spread your payments over a ten-month period at no  extra cost! When you use the new Standard Furnace  Oil Budget Plan,, we estimate your total, annual  Furnace Oil needs, and divide the cost into ten even  payments. There is no interest or carrying charge!  You get the most heat for your money because  Standard Furnace Oil is made from selected stocks  and delivered to you clean. Toil get safe, clean heat  from every drop you buy.  For information en any Standard Oil product, cal!  en  Wilson Creek B.C.  acuonas  Phone Sechelt 15E  wmm^mrnmm^mM��mmMm��mm  BY PAT WELSH  It is becoming difficult  to keep up with the comings  and goings these days; ��� as  fast as guests depart others  arrive andhostesses are kept-  busy fhaking beds and plan  nirig meals. So,the pie sale  held by the Redrooffs Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital  ���was a blessing in disguise.  There . were pies of every  discription, home made  bread, buns, cakes and cookies, and they vanished in  record .time, and the proceeds will help the hospital  continue its good work..  Arriving as the guests of  Mr,, and Mr. F. Lyons are  Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Laird  and their children Christ-  Mr. and Mrs". Desmond  opher and Robin.  Welsh were weekend guests  of the Paddy Welshs.  \ Mr. and Mrs. Heselton of  Vancouver will spend the  next two weeks here as the  guests of Mr. George Nairn.  Recent guests were Mr. and  Mrs. Eric Nicol.  Mr. and. Mrs. Cooper and  granddaughter Donna King  have returned to their home  after spending the past  week as guests of Mrs. P.  Craig.  Mr. and Mrs. Alan Greene  are here foe a couple of  weeks.  Mr. and Mrs. Falls    and  children are at their cottage  for the    remainder of    the  . summer.  The Bill Grundys are  spending afew days in the  city, taking their granddaughter Lorraine. Smith to  her parents after a months  vacation.  Little Lee Gilbertson is  spending a few weeks with  her grandparents, Mr. and  Mrs. Harold Pearce.  Mrs Elliott of Vancouver  is greeting old friends as  she makes a return visit to  her daughter and son in law  Mr and Mrs N. Pearson.,  Mr. and Mrs. Adam Dixon  and two daughters spent a  weekend at their summer  home.  Mr. and Mrs. Merrick.  Robert and Attan are guests  at the Ken Argue cottage.  EVERYONE WINS WITH  ��� ��� ���'  J A MESON S  .'������-���',**  To Start With, You Are Using  The Finest Of  TEA & COFFEE  {The Following Is A List Of Winners To Date On  JAMESON'S Knock On The Door Promotion. Be Prepared  If The Jameson Representative Calls At Your Home, Have  Jameson's Tea And Coffee On Hand To Win A Lovely  Gift! REMEMBER, You Will Be Using The Finest When  You Use Jameson's.  4 Mrs R. Hume.  Mrs L. Alvaro.  Mrs F. Crowhurst.  Mrs J. Latham.  Mrs R.W. Teskey.  Mrs A. Kiloh.  Mrs O.B. Johnson.  Mrs G. Kerbis.  Mrs T. Bentham.  Mrs W. Swartz.  Mrs A. Edmonds.  Mrs O.K. Engen.  Mrs J.H. Connor.  Mrs R.B. Kent.  Mrs J.S. Lumsdon.  Mrs E.D. Davis.  Mrs V. Eckstein.  Mrs E. Henniker.  Mrs W. Skeilett.  Mrs A. Clark.  Mrs Ray Olson.  Mrs T.L. Davey.  Mrs T. Speck  Mrs M.C. Stewart.  Mrs A. Zovina.  Mrs A.W. Robertson.  Mrs H. Begg.  Mrs A. Gibbons.  Mrs A. North.  Mrs J.S. Southern.  Mrs L.C. Chamberlain.  Mrs E. Lowden. ,  Mrs R.O. Trevison.  Mrs Ray Johnson.  Mrs F. Trotter.  Mrs A. Beaudoin.  Mrs Max Enemark.  Mrs I). McLean.  Mrs C. Doumes.  Mrs E. Preiss.  J  ameson s  ��n hand at all times assures yon of the finest in Tea &Coff  ee! ecneit news  BY MRS. A. A. FRENCH  Mr and Mrs Bill Woods  Jr. and son Garry of Hotham  Sound visited Mr and Mrs  Roy Erickson.  Guests of Mr and Mrs  Gordon Kennedy were Mrs  Kennedy's brother. Chief  Petty Officer J. Maple and  wife with Barbara and  Brenda from Nova Scotia.  Chief Maple will be transferred to Victoria shortly.  Also visiting the Kennedy's  were Mr and Mrs W. Hatch  of Wells B.C.  SECHftf  yxmmMm:  ���A: A<isU:-������������  BICYCLES  'Carriages/ Wheeled Goods  REPAIRS^  The new butcher in: Clayton's Grocery is Bill Casey.  Mr and Mrs Al Williams  and family of Haney, B.C.,  were guests of Mr and Mrs  M. Hemstreet.  Mrs Gladys MacMillen is.  visiting Mr and Mrs F.  French.  A surprise baby shower  for Mrs Bob Kent saw many  friends call at her home in  honor of the new baby,  Rene Paul. Those present  were Mrs T. Parish, Mrs K.  Nelson, Mrs J. Nelson, Mrs  C. Poteet, Mrs B. Bronstein,  Mrs A. Williams, Mrs M.  Hemstreet, Mrs K. Woods  Mrs T. Lamb, Mrs Alice  Kent, Mrs G. Potts, Mrs. F.  Parker, Mrs G. Gowland and  Mrs R. Kent.  Miss Agnes Bain is here  for a holiday with her sister  Mrs C. Peterson.  Mr and Mrs Lloyd Turner  and Marilyn on a trip to the  United States, and then to  8    Coast News, Aug. 23, 1956  Kamloops and later to Chua  Chua where Marilyn -will  teach school. ��        7  Mr and Mrs Cecil Lawrence, with Jean, Judy and  Claire Anne are back from  a vacation in the United  States.  Mr and Mrs Jack Nelson  with Sheila and Bobby are  back after a 7,000 mile trip  by car. They visited Victoria  Oyama, Okanagan, Banff,  Estevan and also the Calgary Stampede. Baby Eric  stayed with relatives in Vic"  toria. ,  L.A. TO CANADIAN LEGION 140 SECHELT  TEA & SUMMER SALE  SEPT. 6       2 P.M.  Door Prize Raffles  Do Your Christmas Shopping Early  Squadron Leader and Mrs  Lyle Harding are staying  with Mr and Mrs Tom Duff*  for a. few days.  Mr. and  Mrs. J.    Eldred  spent a   nice   vacation   on  Vancouver   Island    where  they got in some good fishing.  Mrs. Edith Padddn and  Gail Sutherland have been  recent visitors at Rexwood  on the Nickson estate.    .  Mr. Bert Fowler of Edmonton, has been visiting  his father Mr. Tom Fowler,  and his sister Mrs. Edith  Laidlaw. ���  -���  Mrs. Bob Kent with Bra-  den and the new baby spent  a few days at Bowen Island  with Mr. Kent.  Visiting the Tom Duffy's  recently were Mr. and Mrs.  0\ Richmond arid family of  West Vancouver and Mr.  Fred Bossom of Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hackett are visitors from' Vancouver.  ~ Vicki Dunn, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph  Dunn staying with aunt and  uncle Mr. and Mrs. Teddy  Osborne.  Fay Petrie is visiting her  ���sister and brother-in-law  Mr. and Mrs. Sheridan.  Dave Rumley of Vancouver staying with Mr. and Mrs.  French.  David Parish is working  in Langley with the '. black  top crew.  Mrs. E. Jury of McCreary  Man., is visiting her granddaughter, Mrs. Torn Parish.  Miss Cecelia Van Dycke  of Vancouver /is visiting  Mr. arid Mrs. Charles Poo-  teefc.  Mrs. Harold Swanson is  in Vancouver with Marilyn,  Val and Gail. Marilyn is  under doctor's care.  ' �� 'msmsm m^& BBMtwa &  GOAT'S MILK  ALWAYS AVAILABLE  30c qt. 16c pt.  Delivered From  ROBERT'S CREEK  to  HOPKINS LANDING  including   Gower Point  GEORGE CHARMAN  Phone Gibsons 148M  NALLEYS  POTATO  CHIPS  i^-^^JP^a^itf^Si  4��-lfl2    ��'&i Hi  PRICES EFFECTIVE  THURS. AUG. 23  TO  St  s  ECHELT   +    SERVICE   *    STORE  S,  PEACHES, Red & White  PRUNE PLUMS, Nabob  TOMATO JUICE, Hunts  Choice 15 Oz.  Choice 15 Oz.  Fancy 15 Oz.  3/55c  2/23c  4  TUES. A UG. 28  STAR  SPECIALS  PANCAKE SYRUP, Lumber Jack  SHORTENING, Fluffo  BLEACH, Perfex  PACIFIC MILK  24 Oz.  lib.  Home Maker's Pal 64 Oz.  29c  A Perfect Food. Tall Tins  MORE REGULAR PRICE SAVINGS  /  COFFEE, Nabob  Per lb.  Fine or Reg.  MARGARINE, Good Luck ,  ZJbs.  /       i  PLASTIC SPONGES, Melofoam  Each  t,, i  $1.16  75c  29c  BABY    FOOD,    HBinZ    All Varieties 5 Oz.  WASHING POWDER, Duz , ,.,,  wl III    &   dr AN    A Famous Cleaner. Large  TEA BAGS, Kadana ^.of  6/5|c  85c  100  93c  Ib.  GROUND BEEF, lean  PORK SAUSAGE, Pure lb.  WEINERS  2 lbs.  OLOGNA, Sliced  lb.  39c  42c  65c  GRAPES, Seedless ��,  ORANGES, Sweet & Juicy H^  *  CARROTS,    CriSP    Medium Size Bunches  LETTUCE, Firm Heads Each  TDMATOlStops Any Summer Dish       Field     2 lbs.  2 Doz.  19c  65c  10c  35c  PICKLING SPICES NOW at LOWEST PRICES  PHONE ORDERS  ACCEPTED  WE DELIVER  T  PHONE   -26  SECHELT


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