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 Published in   Gibsons, B,  C,  "*��� *"' * ���   .  1 November .1,  I95S  Volume 10. Number 44  .  Hr.  HTllliard-E.'. Ireland,  % Archives  B.  C*  Parliament Bldg,,  Victoria,   E,- C;.  Serving She Growing  Sunshine Coast  An effort will be made to  interest fcutside points in the  use of the Gibsons fire department in areas which want to  organize. for\ such purpose.  The subject was brought up  iby Commissioner Ballentine at  Tuesday's Village Commission  meeting when he intimated he  would try and! line up Soames  Point district and others inters  ested if they would! onake their  intentions known.  ' The   vifUajge ,,clerk  was   requested to arrange for thevpur-  1  chase of property one mile off  * the North road��� and about'two  miles   from   Gibsons   for the  purpose of using it as a garbage disposatyarea.  _   This area has been inspected  by members of the village commission and found to "be suitable. .  The   problem   of  fireworks  was discussed brief ly and some  sort of bylamymill be explor-,  ed for the purpose of controlling them.        - 7  Mr. G. Fahrni,  chairman of  the school board discussed the  sewage problem at the schools  X:'in>Gibsons. Involved v^as the  construction' of a  sewer from  ���   the    school  ^School road  y below Marine Drive and along  v ���.-tb an outlet north of the Bal  Block. -  Accounts totalling $1^272.35  were   reviewed    and   ordered  paid This amount was divided  between  roads,   $1,064.-47   and  ���thewater  department, , $207.88  -  '   Considerable* -discussion  ���   arose during committee reports  \.on the handling of the Recre-  *\ ation Commission. Commission- ���  er Crowhurst,, reporting on the  last meeting of the Recreation  Commission said the way it bp-  ;   erated was ''amazing". No pro-  7 per minutes were kept ancl1 ev-  y erything was  done  in  a  hap-  7 hazard way. It was suggested  iby    Commissioner    Baliantine  y that the  matter be dra^n  to  ?, the attention of the Rereation  Commission  headquarters  but  no atrtion was taken.  Official C  symbol is re  The   official   symbol   of  the  B.C. Centennial committee was  released today for  use  by  all  B.C. newspapers and local Centennial groups to indicate official    responsibility,, for  making  1958 B.C's J'biggest year ever."  It is hoped all the 91 weekly  and 11 daily papers in the province will adopt the official crest  for masthead use during  Gen-:  tennial year.   It will be carried  on  all official clqcuments  also,  area .  down    the    The crest���<, is protected by- Legis-  to   the  shoreline   lative   Act   and   may   only   be  I  leased  Fred Bunyan  Fred Bunyan, aged 19 years  was found dead! on Monday  evening Oct. 29. in his father's  home at Gibsons.  Fred came to Gibsons with  .: his family when he was 8 years  ���bf age. He had attended school  There,  and in  1955, joined the  '  Canadian  Navy,  ; Early in his training, he suffered! head. injuries in a fall.  He was invalided home. Since  then he has worked' on the Pen-  insuia and until a week ago  worked for the T. Eaton Company in Vancouver.  He leaves  his father,. Capt.,  John Bunyan of ;Blackfoall Fer-  ries/ his mother a young brother John and a young sister  Susan.: .',7. T /y:7 :  The funeral service was held  in.the Anglican   Church,  ST.T  ^^t|h61qniew's;     ajt... 2    p.m.  Thiirsday, Nov. 1. ;  junior  well  The Badminton Club is in  full swing at Halfmoon' Bay  with a record number of members -playing ,ea<^7 Week. The  group are shaping up-  under the: direction of  Mr> Doug Foley. c  !Mr;yaijd MrSv- Dill Grundy  have returned after'������a two week  visityto Vancouver. y^'  M^Sv; Bride Hare, long tin*eT  resident . of . Halfmoon    Bay  died Jfn, Victoria last week. Shev  leaves   her,; husband;   Willia?n:  Hare��� and one brother Jim/in.  London,   England:  Mrs;  Hare  bcjrn -near    Dublin, y. Ireland  never    lost T her    soft    Irish  brogue,   and   will  he   missed  by the. community.. Her lovely  -garden will remain as a memorial.  sale of work  A harbinger of Christmas  and) gift giving is the Order of  the Eastern Star Tea and Sale  of Work, Nov. 9 at the School  Hall in Gibsons.  " - Dozens"x>f attractive articles'  for the home and Christmas  tree will be on the fancy work  counter where Mrs. Zoe Eades  andtJVtrs. G. Cumming and' their  co-workers will be kept busy.  Mrs. Doris Drummond will  have her assortment of cards  and fancy wrapping needs,  while co-conveners Mrs. M.  Newman y.ahdT Mrs. M. Swah  and staff will have a selection  of home cooking.  Members have combed their  homes and! attics with a  fine  comb to arrive at the varied  (assortment  of articlesfor Mrs.  E, Wardil's stall, and,the Post .  Office   operated. by   Mrs.   O.  Skinner should prove amusing.  An attractive walking handkerchief rack will  be Mrs. J.  Stewart, a. decoration piece vying with the other decorations  fashioned by the skilful handfe  of Mrs. V. Smales. Delicatesan  conveners    will   be    Mrs.    E.  Wakefield and Mrs. A. Gordon  Mrs.   E.   Moscrip   will   be   in  charge of the kitchen.and! Mrs.  CL Coe thexte|| tables. A fruit  cake made fey TMrs. K. Franski  will be raffled by Mrs; H. Lau  iand other raffles by. Mrs. D.  Jonas.. Mrs. My Truman made  the posters.  Mrs. R. Kolterman  will be .  at the dbor and Mrs. C. Ander-7  son,  candies. The worthy may  tron, MrsT'Mv McColl; will bfe 7  on handTtoweleome the guestsX.  and   to   introduce   a   member  from Grand Chapter who will  open the affair,; which is convenedby Mrs. Leslie Jackson  with co-convener Mrs. K,. Fran-  ski. '.���.'. ���'.'������.���  used with written permission, of  the B.C. Centennial committed!.  Any unauthorized use is subject  tp penalties provided by the act.  Reason for the crest go deeper  than mere advertisement. 7 yljrr  every centennial celebratipn,  jubilee, coronation celebration  or other. all - enconipassitig  event, counterfeit activities  have shown up. ...-t.-  The official, crest will guard  against . such things as merchants mistakenly buying' a^.-  vertising in souvenir publications which are actually ��� in: jio  r way ��� connected    with    official  . planning T for 'the .1958 100th  birthday * of the province.   y;0  The dignified crest'doesT:|ts  big job in a simple: .manner.  Cyril Connorton, artist foreman  at the Queen's Printer, was a|k-  ed to submit some proposed de*  signs to the committee. .After  a dozen false starts he arrivfed '  at the  design    chosen^.by. t^e  , committee. JELvery-.line.���b^sp^:,Si, ������-  the province it represents.     '  "The. trees," said Mr. Connor-  ;ton,., "are7dur heritage. The  water is symbolic of the sea-  coast and our mountains are  shown too. The initials B.C.  are on top, they can't be played  too highly, and the dates pf our  first hundred years are also  shown prominently."    ,       .  AH these surround the provincial emblem of the crown  and Union Jack above a glow-  "irig sun.  Prompt action by neighbors  saved! the homes of two Sechelt sisters from total destruction by fire last Tuesday, when  the J: Lumsden and R. Clarke  homes close to each other took  fire about 2V_ hours apart.  Jack Redman noticed the fire  at the Lumsden homeland ran  to a, neighbor to phone the fire  department.  Mr. and Mrs. Frank Middle-  mas,, who had heard  Jack at  the Ltunsden house, ran over.  They broke a window pan�� and  pushed a garden hose into the  living rooni and sprayed .water  until thearrival of the fire brigade. . There, was considerable  fire damage to the interior-of'.  tiae^house, and much smoke and  water damage to the contents.  Friends were prompt/with assistance,   and/ the  living   room ���'  had been greatly repaired "and '  even repainted by Friday. An ���  electric iron left on is believed  to be the cause otf the fire.  The Ray Clarke home took  fire from the basement furnace  and again neighbors discover-;  ed the fire and turned in an  alarm,. Both, the Lumsdlens and :  the Clarkes had been at Mrs.  Morrison's   for    dinner.    Ray  Clarke was in Vancouver  awaiting' admittance to hospit-  alfor surgery at the time.  The' fire department, which  had! but shortly returned the  truck to its garage, were promptly oh the scene. They were  hampered "in their work by the  presence of so many cars and  onlookers,   but  they  did -swm  ceed in putting  out the fees*  The moke  and water damags  was   also bad k in the   CJaaSe  home.  - Insurance vvas carried ohl&e  Clarke   home by the   owskss^.  but none on the contents. Tfce  Lumsdens had no insurance!  . Melvin  Stecher., and Norman, Canada where they have: mas^  ti  d  ea plane*  At the last^ meetnig of the  Headlands Service Club in the  T home...T.-bf' Mrs.   Adiams, plans;:  were laidfor a Chrysanthemuin  Tea in the United Church, Hall  Nov. 22,yA home cooking an<J  delicatessenv table will include .  a    specialty: of .home, made...  mincemeat.  Wisning ticket on the raffle:  of   the   ladies'    sweater    and  dressed doll will be drawn on  Sat., Nov. 17.  The next meeting will be at  the home of Mrs. Granh  Social  held  at  church  The United Church Hall,  tastefully, decorated with Autumn leaves and late fall flowers; was the scene of a happy  social evening, Wednesday, ,  Oct. 17, by members of the Women, 's Association,..  Guests were served- dessert  with tea or coffee, and enjoyed  a social hour with old friends  and making new ones.   .  Mrs.  Jules Manil,  convener \  of the program committee, arranged a varied program. Rev.   '  D,. Donaldson was chairman.  Contriibutors to the program  yi^ere: Contralto solos, Mrs. S.  -Potter; duet, Mr. and Mrs. Bur-  ^itt;^solbs by Mr. and Mrs. Bur-  ���tit;j^tccordibh solo, Danny Sec-'  orc^Tyiplin :solo, Donald Ritchey: solos by Mr. Atlee and Mrs.  Vernon; pianb solos by Lynn  Vernon; and accompanists were  Mrs. Atlee, Mrs. THazet Evans,  &nd Lynn. TVernon.  Mr. 7 /Humphries    expressed  :  thanks^ of thei Women's Association   to,, the -artists.   Mr., N.  MacKenzie thanked Mrs. Manil fpr arranging the program.  .  Help   is wanted! ��  No, money goes with the job  but^ there arer pmpensations.  if you T can. talk cohvincingly  ; enough :;ypu'...���might catch the  imagination of some -child and)  open a new world to it. If you  like children and. like telling  stories^ to childtren, you aife  needed.  The place where this interesting, work is done is in the  Gibsons Public y Library ancl  the time. would be Saturday  mornings. The audience would  be child'iren waiting to hear a  story -��� a story which could  leave them quite happy.  Last winter Mrs. McKibbin  and TMrs. Wortman aided by  IVlrs,. Emerson, Mrs. Lowden  and Mrs. Propp kept the children happy. This seaspn Mrs.  McKibbin started the story sessions last Saturday but some  assistance is required as there  are two sections, one up to  eight years and1 the other from  eight years old up.  Horowitz; piano duo, have play-,  ed together since June 1951.  They havel been featured in 84  performances at Radio City  Music Hall in New York and  have toured United States and  THE OLD HOME TOWN  bookings awaiting them. Th^  travel with their own piajssns  in their own special van. These  two musicians^ will be availafefe  to the Sechelt Peninsula's Overture Concert Association mxtr  being formed.  *H ll-M U 1 P.<tnt CX'*��  By STANLEYj  mm  mm*  ���?.\  III-  ure  fobeleftoyt  Girl Guides  start season  by. Irene Stronstad  The Girl Guides got off to  a good start this fall, and now  have 20 Guides attending. They  are divided, into four-patrols  with Leaders Pat Wilson, Ar-  llene McCartney,, Sylvia Wilson' and Mary Secord supervising. The girls look forward  to many events in the- forthcoming year, which they will  organize and take part in, with  the help of their leaders and  local  association.  On Friday, Oct. 19, Miss  Warren, and Mrs. Baunisteel of  Vancouver arrived here -for a  special meeting to instruct - the  Port Mellon and Firsts Gibsons  company onthe proper procedure -of conducting a meeting.  The Guides and Leaders had  a wonderful time, an botfr profited, by the meeting. *' .,  The Brownie Flying-Up ceremony "will be held Nov. 2nd  at 7:30 p.m. in the School Hall  with both Brown ies and Guides  participating. This year the  Guides will welcome; nine  Brownies into the /company.  Mothers and fathers and interested fiiends- are welcome  to attend and to join later for  refreshments  Meet the panel on 'Who's  the Guest',. that ney/ weekly  variety-quiz show on CBC  Television. It is the job of  newspaper columnist Frank  Tumpane, (left)/ singer-show-:  girl Colleen Delaney,  and ac  tor-comedian Sammy Sales.fe��  guess the identity tft flies  guests. The guests are pe_gle��  well known in. the entertanfe?  ment field and after is-cspa.'  identity has been disclaim  they brighten up the shawBiar  doing a couple of numbers.   . _ ^ t i&oast T^jetus  Life's Darkest Moment  A WEBSTER CLASSIC  t Published by Sechelt Peninsula News "Ltd.,  every Thursday, at Gibsons, B.C.  Member Canadian Weekly Newspaper Association  and the B.C. division of C.W.N.A.  ?" Box 128, Gibsons, B.C. Phone 45Q  FRED CRUICE. Editor and Publisher  DO WORTMAN, Advertising Manager  authorized Second Class Mail. Post Offioa Department, Ottawa.  Sates of Subscription: 12 mos., $2;    6 mos., $1.25;    3 mos., 75c.  "Wanted States and Foreign. $2.50 per year. - 5c per copy.  OFFICER.,  I'M  WiTH THe P>AILY  CUARJOM- HERE'S  MV pDtlce CAR2>  WSIL.WOT i>Vuh   j..-:.'3fs^  _. . ���=.   . ..... j   y.*rj._->r  EXPERT M&  PAINT?  Your school board awaits you.  >   It has prepared numerous meetings throughout the Se~  a&ss&t School District at which you can attend to hear what  3pur board has done since the last annual meetings.  SL you have a gripe, take it to the meeting you can attend  'sm&L let them have it. If you have a pat on the back take  ifcalong, too and pass it on to the board, with both barrels,  I&sded either- with gripte or praise, or both if you feel that  ^  It. is, your privilege. Accept it.  r' '  ''���^^-Ja  ADATE TO Rff MEMBER  SSiaie would call it a milestone and others the opening of  Y_ufk>or to a new era so take your choice and decide for your-  3e_E_ what happened at Powell River last Friday night when  sfc&seitch was operated to turn power into the new B.C.  Mfts&rJG line from Cheekye to Powell River.  The.opening of a door into a new era might be the better'  ���j��?,t33��.two ideas expressed above and there is no doubt about  3&-feesng a new era. Thfe line built and the power it will trans-  IgpEfc. will be greater than any this coastal area has. had previously..  T&e. new ��ra angle can be explained in another way and  ^ iw. hoped to the advantage qf every housewife. Mr. Grauer  B-C.E. president, in his speech at Powell River when the  2aift- was opened officially made an interesting comparison,  TSfhich. merchants and housewives alike should consider.  Sfe asked what will, the new B.C. Electric sysfem n^ean  m aar homes ? Present average residential consumption  amounted to 1500 to 2000 kilowatt hours pter year, he said  ^shilfi the equivalent figure for Vancouver customers is  2E��re than 4000 kwh, a figure which is growing 10 percent  ��� 3T$arIy.   *���'������"���-���.������ VT   ���   ...,.���  This means that people of this coastal area have barely  aieached the 50 percent mark in possible uses of electrical  erwssgy. Now we come to a direct, and ^deliberate plug for the  housewife,, the merlhant and of course, B.C. Electric. The  Ibosewife should and will use more power if the merchants  of-.the various communities, will show initiative in revealing  r^tSe housewife the varied types of household goods power-  )e&My electricity. It will not make B.C. Electric cross if the  load, becomes heavier because Clowhom plant is to be rais-  ��d��tb*the 40,000 kilowatt level to operate as a standby plant  m;the event of a breakdown or to h*elp carry some of the  loadlwi the area that can be-sferved by Clowhom. -  (Jke should remenjber that if it was not for.power this.  editorial would not appear in print. It would also rripsai that  oGareifeable more wastage would occur in our food supply <  andl a great deal more work would have to be done 'manually..  ���&__.you remember when the housewife scrubbed each piece  ���oaf wash on a wash-board ? Many today cannot. That is hpw  electricity is changing our thinking and our life.  With an assist frpm our power supply we shall next week  3$ve'readers of The Coast News a chance to read the com-  Irfette-speech made by Mr. Grauer. We think it of sufficient  interest to warrant such treatment.  Letters to the editor  Editor: We are constantly reading in our papers about boils  in ^large hospitals and their  cause and course.  Everyone has probably read  that the overcrowding in our  hospitals is a big" cause. Bu1>  J have never seen in print a  contributing factor that^E believe is most important; That  as the frequent short term use  ipf anti-biotics   by   the patient  PENDER  HARBOUR  JUDITH   FLETCHER  Mr. and Mrs. Eric Davidson  and Sandra are visiting Mr.  and Mrs,. E.H. Duggan, West  Vancouver  Mr. and Mrs. Einar. Loreht-  zen are visiting Van.cojjsrier  and New Westminster friendsT"  Mr. and Mrs. P.C. Sands are  cruising on their yacht Tecala  and upon returning to Pender  Harbonr will live here for the  winter. ,     ������������'���'���.  Mr., and Mrs. Wilfred Kam-  who feels that his doctor was  giving him medicine for too  long a time. This is a practice  )that starts harmlessly enough  with the patient taking the  medicine until symptoms subside, and then holding the medy  icine until another illness  comes along that they think  niay be an infection and they  7 take a couple more and so on.  The danger is that the bacteria are not completely killed in 2 days and because the  - infection is not treated long  enough, the batoteria become  resistant to the particular drug  - and in time, in some instances  they   actually   thrive   on   the  . drug. One can see that infection  treated in this haphazard way  soon become impossible to control with any medicine, and  the bacteria are free to be transmitted to   another victim,   by  .- now being" 2-3 times as potent  ytja before treatment^  7? Physician's orders must be.  strictly followed if we aire to  T^expect the drugs to keep work-  T. ing for us and not against us.  -�� John Playfair.,  merle of Irvine's Landing are ������-���-���  ;visiting-in the interior of B.C,y, Editor: I am sure that the  Robert Wray who recently^ publishing of the letter from  won a $500 photography scholarship is in Vancouver for further studies.  ^is^C^K^i&tS^^  mm  Order Eastern Star  BAZAAR & TEA  Gibsoiis School Hall  Nov. 9       2 - 4.30 p.m.        ��� ��� -       ���         "    '.       ���  ' ^  New Stock Just In  ������   i .  ���-   .      ..  1 X 8 No. 4 S/L, Good quality $48 M  2 X 4 No. 4 S/L, Good Quality $44 M  2X6 No. 3FirS4S ~ $75 M  1 X 10 No. 2 Hemlock S/L (8's) $75 M  m  i  I  I  ii  Navijack $3 yd. Cement $1.44 sack  Cheaper per Volume  Crushed rock ��� Drain Rock ��� Saad  Mr. and Mrs. Jim McFarlan  were at Madiera Park motel  for a week. Mrs.. McFarlane is  the former Mrs. Tom Pende-  bury who lived in the Eferbour  area several years ago. Mrs.  M. Warnock pf Bargain Harbour is a friend.  Pender Harbour Bridge club  annual meeting was held in  Garden Bay lodge when it was  decided to seek some beginners  to' join the club. Anyone desiring to play 'bridge once a week  should contact Mr. Lloyd Davis. Mr. Al Lloyd was elected  manager.  Madeira Park school classes  held an enjoyable Hallowe'en  party at the school recently.  A carnival is slated for Nov.  23 at Madeira Park. It will be  held by the Patent-Teachers  association and the objective is  to raise funds for use of the  school.  Gary Bulette of Bremerton  visited the Harbour area recently. >  Capt. and Mrs. Q. Henry of .  Hidden Bay spent a few days  recently in Vancouver.  Larry Brownlee has! left  Pender Harbour to live in Vancouver.  the Public Utilities Commis-  jsion in a recent issue will  come as a revelation to most  of your readers, indicating as  it does the abdication of one of  its essential duties,.  The commission says officials of the Sechelt Transportation company could not see  how they could reduce passenger Tfares by two-and-a-half  cfents when passenger tolls  were taken off the First Nar-  xiyvs Bridge.  I had always understood  that it w'as the duty of the  PUC to protect the public interest and to issue orders to  govern the same but I seem to  have been at fault in my viewpoint when we have the PUC  calmly submitting representations from the Sechelt transportation company.  'The provincial government  took off passenger tolls on the  First Narrows bridge to bene  fit the public but the PUC instead of using the powers  it  *  ...    i  possesses to see that* we derive  this benefit, seem-very agreeable that the Sechelt company  receive this free gift, which  even they \would not contend  would helong to them.  It should be made clear that  the Sechelt company is an innocent party in the matter.  The three corporate bodies  of Powell River, Sechelt and  Gibsons should take up this  (matter with- the responsible:  authorities at Victoria, where  I think, they would get speedy  action as I am led to believe  they have no idea that- a private company is reaping the  sole benefit from the,lifting of  [tolls on the First Narrows  Bridge. ,��� - ,   C.S.   Cassidy.  For Guaranteed* ,  Watch and Jiewelry  Repairs  CHRIS'S  JEWELERS  Work   done   on   the   Premises  WE BUY OLD GOLD  Phone 96 Sechelt  2    Coast News, Nov. 1,  1956  ifyoui  Mvetffc  totam-  i  ... ""1  You probably don't burn  your "spare" dollars but  perhaps they vanish anyway. Why hot put those  dollars to work^���building  a substantial cash reserve  for your future? An Investors Syndicate plan  will help you. Call or  write: -��� " .  t  t  I  i  i  Write or Phone  NEVILLE   ASTLEY  District Manager  503-640  W.   Hastings  Vancouver  2,  B.C.  Phone  Marine  5283  �����Wia����:or<r  <i  !-r  i  i  i  i  i  Are Our Business!  SEE US FIRST FOR  Wallboards,   Sash  and  Doors,  Lumber/Hardware        A  V  PAINTS ��� CEMENT ��� SAND,���GRAVEL  We Carrjr a Complete Line for Your Job  SecheEf Building Supplies  CONVENIENT CREDIT TERMS ARRANGED  Phone 60-Q Sechelt  a-  Don't Wait 0ritil Too Late!  If You're  Contemplating  a  New  Stove  Dickinson's Van  Oil Burning Range  Nf259.95     ���  EXCLUSIVE NEW POT-BURNER WITH,FAN  GUARANTEED SOOT AND CARBON FREE  Power failure will not impair the Cooking or '  Heating1 Performance of this Stove.  Completely installed by  yl HARDWARE  J  USE OUR CHRISTMAS LAY-AWAY PLAN  Our new REVOLVING CREDIT SYSTEM can be used  in connection with Lay Away���  ASK US ABOUT IT!  Foundation Blocks: 95 ��� 80 ��� 70c  Building Blocks 8 X 8 X16 ��� 40 ��� 36 ~- 34  (Quantity Basis)  4y/ Ag. Tile ��� 18c ft. 4" Vit Pipe _ 45c ft.  4" Ag. Bends ,55c    .   7    4,r Vit. T* and Y's $2.25  ZS" HEATFORM FIREPLACE UNIT $70.85  Red Clay Bricfc $78 M.: ���      Cement Bricks $48 M  Liner, Lime, Thimble, ,ete:  We carry it all at  NG SUPPLIES LTD.  Phono Gibsons     53  Delivered Prices Shown.   5% Tax extra.  Selma Park  Selma Park Community Cen  tre will hold a- Fall tea starting at 2.30 p.m. in the Community Hall Nov. 15 with Mrs.  E. Biggs as general convener.  There will be aprons, novel-"  ties and home cooking. This  was announced at the regular  meeting Oct. 17 in the hall  with the president, Mrs. G.  Batehelor   in  the   chair.  It  was   also decided   to  increase' the   amount   garnered  from a recent rummage sale to  $50 as a donation to the Sechelt Volunteer Fire Department.  Street  light   collections   are  being  made   to  maintain  present street lighting and those -  missed when a call is made can  leave theirs  at the  store. Receipts will be mailed later.  WEAR'.A. POPPY IN REMEMBRANCE wsom mrsonals  BY PHYLLIS M. HODGSON  . Mrs. J.J. Galbraith has returned Home from a summer  visit with her son ahd family.  Mrs. W. Lawson was in Vancouver to take care of her  grandchildren while their parents were holidaying in the  Cariboo.  Mr.   and Mrs. Lovell   were  in   Vancouver   to   attend   the  wedding    of    Miss    Margaret  Bean ahd Mr. Alexander 'Gar-  rick on Sat. Oct. 27 in Blessed  Sacrament Church.  Mr.   and Mrs.    John  Vassallp  and David, spent the, weekend!  at   the   Warwick   home   with  Mrs.   Vassallo's  patents.  Gifts of all ^orts suitable for  . tiny   tots to  grandlma's.^ were  delayed atTtytrs. Edith Forbes  home   oh " Tuesday 'afternoon,  when , members   of   the   W.I.  combined1   a 'delightful  social  hour -with their annual shower  .for   the   bazaar   to   be   held  Thursday  Nov.  15. Mrs. Ross  atnd Mrs.  Keen   assisted wserv-  ing refreshments.        ���  ;   The .Reg Godfreys have returned) from a liolid'ay in Seattle.  - Mrs. D. Crowhurst had her  grandchildren Barbara and David Hall visiting over the weekend. ���'. y ���'. y ��� ..  . Mr. and Mrs.'; Joe Sowden's  >grandison and wife, Mr. arid  Mrs. Bob Sweet of; Vancouver  and their month old daughter  Carolyn -were visiting for a  few days,. Mrs. Sowden has  kince been in Vancouver visiting her family.  7 Mrs. Vi Ma'dsen wathTKaren  and Lyrine have returned from  a holiday in. Tiajunai, Mexico.  Highlights of; theytrip Include 7  a visitT to 7 Las Vegais^ Tto the  Grand Canyon and the Zion  National Park in Utah. They .  also spent a week with Mrs.  Kokx, formerly /Erla Hauscli  in Joshua Trees.  - Mrs. Bob i Clarkson has returned from a tour of England  with memories of the beautiful  English country-side, and of  the seaside resorts. While  there, she took a special inter  est in the "cathedrals and abbeys  of England, visiting among  others, Lincoln, York and Lichfield cathedrals, Kenilworth  arid Warwick castles arid Glastonbury .Abbey, concluding her  trip with a visit to Paris.  FIND A HAVEN  To see flowers blooming'in  October is a new and delightful experience for Mrs! Rena  Foster and Mrs.. Vi Beattie,  who are now living ot Gypsy  Towers. For many years White-  horse was their home, then  with tlie urge for a kinder climate combined with Tthe spirit  of adventure 7. they bought '. a  Fargo "pick-up" and headed  south. They travelled many  miles, some of them quite  rough and rugged, and they  saw many plaices in their  search for a delightful spot to  settle in.  The search ended at Gower  Point, they bought "Gypsy  ^Towers" and are anticipating  a pleasant change from the  sub-zeroo temperature of the  Yukon.  William _ Frederick Spiirrxll  of New Westminster . was  charged with creating a public  mischief in falsely reporting  the theft of $1500 worth of. tools  which he knew were not sto-  len.. He was-defended by W.J.  Warrall, barrister of Vancouver, a!nd elected trial by Tmag-  istrate. He was found guilty  and fined $100 arid costs.  Magistrate Johnston fined,  each of the'following $25 and-  costs ;for exceeding speed limits: Robert Graham, Gibsons;  Bruce Elliott, Sechelt; William  Phillips, Gibsons; David Fyles,  Hopkids; and Daniel Onofry-  chuk, Gibsons.  Jonathan Marks of Sechelt  chiarged with driving while impaired, was found guilty and  fined $150 and costs.  Lack of a current driver's  license cost each of the following $25 and court costs: James  Reynolds, Wilson Creek; Benjamin ��� Jack, Roberts Creek,  . and George Ferguson of Vancouver. The same' penalty was  given to Richard Sedan, who  drove contrary to restrictions  on his license.  Donald   Rolfe,    who    dirove  without a tail-light was fined  $10  and costs.  ,y   Operating    a     truck    with  bunks   over   80   inches   wide  aost   Enemark   Logging   Company of Twin Creeks $15 and  7 costs,     while   Va#couver-Gib-  ysons   Freight   Lines paid the  a same  for  operating a  similar  7truck without clearance lights.  |    A" juvenile wh0 had damag-  i%d trucks in the Public Works  ^Department yard was placed on  ..six months probation.  Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilson  on their holiday to Yellowstone  National   Park   visited   many  places of interest, including  Viginia City, Mont;., where for  the past 50 years time has  stood still..  Once a thriving frontier  town, it is now a ghost town  with a population.of only 320  but it holds a great attraction  for tourists. The old buildings  areiin a good   state of preser-  Coast News,  Nov,.  1,  1956-   Z  vation complete with hitch-  racks, oil lamps and false  fronts.  The stores are exactly as they  were at the turn of the century,  the shoe store with'.its display  of high button boots, the dress  shop showing hoop skirts and  feather. ,boas,. Tthe .old barber  shop with the named shaving  mugs, and the livery stable with  the stage coach awaiting. Each  setting is made more realistic  with life-like waxj figures of th��  people of that day.  BTT MRS. D. ERICKSON  Jack Whitaker left by plarie  Oct. 20, to rejoin his parents  in. Honolulu. Ron Whitaker,  who prefers the cooler B.C.  coast summers, expects to be  back next year,.and will finish  construction of their. cottage  on Eastman hill.  Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holland  have moved into the house vacated toy the Dick Brooks, who  (have gone to Jervis Inlet:       yy  Mr. and Mrs. Ron Salter  have moved to an up coast  catmp. .    '    /     ..  -... Many local residents enjoy-  the-������; harvest festival service,  Oct."21 at St. Hilda's church in  Seohelt,. The church was beautifully decorated by the ladies  bf' the W.A. Mrs. Margaret /  ���Lamb led the newly formed  girls' choir in music enjoyed  toy a capacity congregation.  wieAiQiDS  * T       IS FEATURING  CHILDREN'S ORTHOPEDIC SHOES  LOGGING ENGINEERS & GENERAL WORK BOOTS  HH�� WADERS ��� RUBBER BOOT CAULKS  .*.':   Phone 01: Iv!ail Orders Filled  ^     Phone Sechelt 25G  ��� / ...  ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN  LAND CLEARSr^G  under the  B. C, Government Plan  Please apply to: Mrs. M. LeFeuvre,  y      r. See.reta^^  S'3'3JK'.t v"-'-; ;:c^3eid;RoacL.-,,.,,^.Gibsons ^-"^.i  ��� ' y ������������������' ������ x   . ���  For  Application  F;o��ms       e"  Ui*. ���������'���;/-"���'*<���:  />;  Follow The Slack idl FlagS  FASTEST ACROSS J HE St RAIT  '������tjf.'''.J   ��������� ���'���'������' ''"���"��� H'ii v" ~'?����� X.' '���'' ''i'A ���'���('-   '���������     '' V    ��� ������i    '���''  FERrM tE^EllvERY TWO tfbilfes Oti^&E "  EVEN HOUR, 6 A. M.-MlDNIGHT,  FROM BOTH HORSESHOE,BAY AND NANAIMO  LV.at6am,8t10,12noon,2pm,4t6,8, 10^12 mid.  ���   ���.."���' (Pacific Standard Time)  via Georgia Street, Lions feate Bridge and west Shore "Drive.  Reservations MOT Needed' ' j  Passengers���Automobiles.���%ryf]ks^  I.O.O.F.  Sunshine  Coast  Lodge No.76 meets Gibson's Legion Hall 2nd and  4th7 Friday each month.  IN GO  GRANTHAMS  COMMUNITY HALL  EVERY FRIDAY  8 P.M.  NOTICE  RS. RHODES  * Doctor of Optometry  204 Vancouver Block  Vancouver, B.C.  Wishes to announce" he will be in  s Sechelt, November 6  For an appointment for eye examination phone  Mrs. Gladys Batehelor, Sechelt 95F  If anyone wishes any adjustment or repair to  their present glasses'! will be pleased to be of service.  ���  JAMESON'S  COFFEE  ���<���'��� "r..'\  NOW OFFER YOU THIS BEAUTIFUL SET OF  .aft-  - -7-in. Covered Fry Tfan  11-in   Covered  Fry   Pan  9-in  Casserole  TRIPLE-THICK MATCHED ALUMINUM.W^TH THE  NEW ALUMILITE COPPER-COLORED DOME COVERS  HERE IS HOW  YOUR SET  2-qt. Covered Sauce Pan  ��eri$only two empty Jameson's Coffee packages'plus $3.95  (includes 20c S.S. & M.A.'tax) arid you��� will receive this lovely 11 i?ich covert fry pan as illustrated  ��� .--j.    ,\. . '������ '��������������� j>  IF  Send-your labels and money order or che^u^or'jimount  ��� 7     ....  , ...... '��-        ��/- WC'V*"-     ���  required to: W.A. Jameson Coffee CO., Ltd' ,'754'Broiighton  St., Victoria-B.a       ������ '    ;]/ -y  0ne  Beautiful Royal Chef Items Ill^^t^ied  "will be offeree!  ���X$' "?��� .. -A    ".'<L*  u-  .START' NOW���TO OBTAIN TOUR SET  be MORE'than-^Leased  �����..,.  f>   .'"r-1' :.'.;*''"'^^'-l? :"1>' Port Mellon  BY MRS. M. WEST  '���! An interested group of parents were at the school recently when Mrs. Wiren explained  the report cards and methods  used to assess each child's ech-,  ievement according to ability  through carefully graded inteL-  igence ahd achievement tests,  undertaken    regularly   during  a child's school life. Special  interest was shown in these  tests and in the way a child's  IQ is assessed.  Mrs. Enemark sr. of Long-  view was involved in an accident when the cal* in which  she was returning from Kelowna was in collision with another. She suffered a fractured  knee cap and is a patient in St.  Paul's  Hospital,  Vancouver.  VOLKSWAGEN��� WILLYS JEEP  SALES & SERVICE  Don't Put It Off Any  Longer,  WINTERIZES  Antifreeze  -  Winter  Tires  Batteries  Winter  Lubes  -   Chains  Welding  SOLNIK SERVICE STATION  PHONE SECHELT 75  %  wmmmmmmm  $29.50  $59.50  You have to SEE this display of lovely new  Fall and Winter Coats to appreciate it!  Smartest new Pocket and Shoulder Treatment     T_,  New Fabrics and colors  Beautiful Flamingo Fabrics, Nubbly.Tweeds  Soft Hooded Coats  Mohair and Wool;     Coats Lined and Interlined  HOODED CAR COATS NEW FASTENINGS $22.50  mm DRESS SHOP  Phone 35R  GIBSONS  Theatre Bldg,  d ti Mont  lets you see and hear  "the big clifference"  in Their NEW 'IMPERIAL" SERIES  THIS IS THE  IMPERIAL   CARLISLE  21" CONSOLETTE  3 SPEAKER "^  GLOBAL SOUND  No Picture-Distorting  Noise ,  GLARE PROTECTION"  Bill-Saver  Circuits ���  POWER CHASSIS  $369.50  W&BmB  UMONT  mCHTE  ���V  Phone SecheH $  Mr. Arne Leon of Longview  has returned from Vancouver  General  Hospital.  A new member of the select  fraternity of native sons and  daughters of Port Mellon arrived Oct. 20 when Derral Helena  weight 5 lbs. 10 oz. was borri  to Mr. and Mrs. B. Helena at-  the home of his grandparents,  Mr. and Mrs. H. Bursey.  Mr. Sam Klatt and Mr. Arnold Puchalski have left for  a week's ^hunting in the Cariboo.  The School Credit Union  Saving Club got off to, a good  start when something over 30  members banked a total of $18.  Mrs. Bushfield  eaves  Gib  sons  BROOKS  STRONG  A wedding of interest to residents of Halfmoon Bay and  Roberts Creek took place at  2 p.m,. Sept. 29 at St. Mary's  Anglican Church, Sapperton,  v when Miss Eileen Strong,  daughter fof Mrs, Olivia Strong  of New Westminster and Mr.  Russell Brooks, Son of Mr. and  Mrs). Russell Hawes Brooks,  residents of Halfmoon Bay,  exchanged vows.  The bride was charming in  her waltz length gown of soft  gold brocaded satin, with hat  shoes and gloves en tone. She  carried a white Bible mounted  with  bronze baby roses.  Brides matron was her sister Mrs. Doris Scott in a waltz  length gown of grey brocade  with touches of avocado green  in bow, shoes, hat and gloves,  her corsage red roses.  The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Mr, Jjphn  William Strong and the best  man was Mr. Tag Nygard. An  afternoon gown in a wine shade  with pink hat and! gloves, black  shoes and hand ibag was worn  by the bride's mother, with  pink. roses-for her corsage. -  ��� The groom's mother was  chic in a smart afternoon gown  of navy blue, hat, shoes and  ��� gloves in matching tones,- her  corsage red roses.  The reception was held at  Fardons Hall, New vWestminister, nvhere the {bridal party rer  ceived the many guests. Mr.  Stafford, uncle " of Tthe bride,  proposed the toast,, to which  the jgroom ably responded.  Servers were the bride's sister  Miss Isobel Strong, her sisters-in-law, Mrs. Anna Strong  and Mrs. Aileen Strong, her  cousins, Mrs. Marion Langelle  and Mrs.'Peggy McLean.  After  rutting her  cake the'  happy   couple   left   for   their  ���honeymoon, ' the   bride  wearing a dress of beige wool, top  coat of brown with matching  accessories, her corsage yellow  baby  orchids. The honeymoon  was  spent    motoring  through  the    Cariboo    country.    Upion  their return they will take up  residence in Halfmoon Bay,  Guests from Halfmoon Bay  included the groom's parents,  Mr. andi Mrs. R.H. Brooks, Joan  and Ronald, Mr. and Mrs. Tag  Nygard, Judy and Jimmy, Mr.  and Mrs. Pete Jorgensen, ftlr.  and Mrs. Andy Hansen and1  Tova, Mrs. Evan MacDougall,  Donna and Kindree, and Mr.  Simpson of Buccaneer Bay.  From New Westminster,  the bride's mother. Other out  of town guests were Mr... and  Mrs. J.W. Strong, Mr,, and) Mrs.  R. Ti. Strong, Miss Isabel Strong  Mr. and Mrs- C. Scott, Tony  and David, Mr. Robert Denner  Mrs. Elsie Scott, Mrs. W,. Med*  ilicott,' Mrs. :R. LangwilL Miss.  Bb��?y' McLean,' Mr. and Mrs.  WfF. Stafford, Mr. and Mrs.  A. Van Boven. Miss Edith Lowell, Mr. Roy Hesla, Mrs. Ray-  nald Townsori. Mrs. Henry Dollar. Mrs. J.B. Gerow, Mrs..  J.M. Gerney, Mr. and Mrs  Robert Earl, Miss Lilian Badger, Mr. and! Mrs. U., Hinds,  Mrs. B.'Dawson.  Mrs. Frank Bushfield, who  left this month to make her  home in Vancouver, received  many tokens of friendship and  good! will from her many  friends in1 Gibsons.  Mrs. Bushfiekl takes with  her not only the farewell gifts,  she takes also memories of 16  busy and eventful years working for the community.  Her husband, the Rev, Frank  Bushfield accepted the pastorate of Gibson Memorial United Church in 1940, coming  from Vancouver. Both he and  Mrs. Bushfield were enthusiastic and untiring in their efforts  for the betterment of the  church and the community.  During his five years as pastor, much work was done on  the church, andi much of the  actual work was done by him  personally. Such improvements  included the building of the  upper and lower halls, also  the kitchen and washroom.. In  1943 the plain glass windows  were replaced by memorial  windows^ one of which is in  memory of their eldest son,  P.O. F. Campbell Bushfield of  g��BwnMMW��nBHMnn-MHM>  HADDOCK'S at PENDER  for  GALVANIZED & PLASTIC  PIPE  & FITTINGS  PHONE PENDER 122  the R.C.A.F. who gave his'life  on active service in the Second  World War. Their two other  sons sdw war service, one with  the United States Army and  the other with the Canadian  Navy.  Mrs. Bushfield took a great  interest in all branches of the  church, being church organist  soloist, and junior choir leader  besides being superintendent of  the Sunday School and president of the W.A. During the  war years she was an ardent  worker for the Red Cross and  the Womens Institute.  Since her husband passed  away in April 1954, Mrs. Bushfield has remained at the family home, Cedarcrest, but no^  feels the need to be nearer her  family. With her leaving, the  community loses a good citizen.  For Guaranteed  Watch and Jewelry  Repairs  CHRIS'S JEWELERS  Work  done  on   the  Premises  WE BUY OLD GOLD  Phone 96 Sechfelt  4    Coast' News, Nov.  1,  1956*  Read The Real Estate Column  On The Want Ad Page.  WARM CLOTHING  IS A MUST!  You'll find a good  Supply ai HASSAN'S  FRUITS, PEELS, SUGAR  FOR H01IVAY BAKING  MEATS/VEGETABLES  . FROZEN FOODS  START CHOOSING FOR  CHRISTMAS  NOW 'AT  HASSAN'S  STORE  Phone 182   Pender Harbour  *mmmmm  ��-;ss_j__E,y";;';'-ssi_KW:T  6^rrr��^fi^7in3sate^fm?5:  SECOND  AWARD  It wos reported last week  from Sechelt thae Mrs. F. Turner was presented with a Canadian Legion auxiliary 25 year  pin and that this was the first  25 year pin presented in the  Peninsula area. Apparently  this is not the case because Mrs.  D. Crowhurst was presented  with her 25 year pin in  1955  NOW WE HAVE THEM!  I   LOVELY BASIC BLACK DRESSES  I Sizes 12 to 2a  l .-.;������ .������-������'���:���.'���  j A FEW BEAUTIFUL PASTELS  I SWEATERS . St.. Michael .,&. Kitten   ...  t    TliEtceeEcy  1 PHONE SECHELT'95Q  K^?s5itia��S^?:?32_ga__^'^  GIANT    BINGO  SCHOOL HALL, GIBSONS  NOV. 3 - - 8 P.M. SHARP  #-v ������   ������ ��� ::'.   T '���"   "���'���  .      T X:XX  KIWANIS WELF A RE FUND  I _���-____���___ _������  CHOOSE at C & S NOW  for CHRISTMAS DELIVERY!  5-Piece Bedrooin Suite  Dresser, Chest ; .& Bed  Ribbon Springs and  Spring Filled Mattress  Blonde or Dark  $199.50  Occasional 'Chairs  Swivel T-V Rockers  DRAPERIES  .$1.39 to $3.59 yd  P1LASTIC DRAPES  $2.50 pair  SCATTER RUGS  Washable - Non Skid  $2.59 ea,.  LINOLEUMS  50c yd. & up  RANGES:  Electric,  Gas,  Oil  HEATERS: Oil all Sizes  C & S  Phone 3  Sechelt  ; NCTICE  SHOP and OFFICE HOURS   >  TUESDAY thru iATURDAY  8  fS��ffi��  to  5  p.m*  CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY  >  Phojjie:: l__H^K!sSr  Seehelt  Rope & Welding  Morse  Gibsons 179A  EMERGENCY ONLY  Power Saws  Gordon  Seehelt 128  r-'.sw ��� v -s-v^.-'K V'jJ/Kv..v;  For Crying  Waifer        "  Seetatfrl9B��  _T������"��__-P--_>--_-_W>****^  3BCS  3 IN MEMOBIAM  ��� In memory of a dear friend  .������Al.' Jackson  Passed away 23 Oct. 1955.  Christine & Andrew Johnston  CARD OF THANKS  ��.    ���-    .   -.--*.   .     -   ��������! ���   I ��    I        I.        'I- .^   ������._���       I ��������� IH ,"      ���       '������       "*  Sincerest gratitudte to all who  rallied to our aid Monday, Oct.  722, and during the rough day*  following. Thanks humbly to  the storekeepers in the village,  friends, seighbors  and family,  who    replenished   pur   empty  shelves   andl   cupboards.    We  can't thank, only remember always   the   two   fellows   who  worked night asd day with us  to restore the house as much as  is possible at present.  Bette and Jack  May we, through your paper,  express; our thanks to the firemen, all our friends and fam-,  51y who helped so much after'  our house fire on Monday evening,   y-��� ���:;���:':.������.  Gladys and1 Ray Clarke.  ��__ ���-  Front 3-bar bumper section for  bus..Approximately Oct. 15 between Vancouver and Powell  River. Reward. Sechelt Bus De;  pot.  HELP WANTED -7���r  Second cook, part or full time.  ���Good wages. Apply Father  Nolan, Indian Residential  School, Sechelt.  WORK WANTED  FOR SALE (Continued)  SERVICE FUELS  Ran Vernon..;./.  R.R, 1    Gibsons    Phone 173Q  Alder or Fir Bushwood  Mill Siabwood  Sand, Gravel and Cr. Rock  Products.  WANTED \  TIMBER WANTED  Will purchase timber for cash.  Any amount. We will cruise  anywhere and give estimates.  Twenty-two years government  and  private  experience.  J.O. (Jack) LITTLE .  Phone Sechelt 20K  Revolvers and pistols engraved with ships or scenery wanted by collector. Write giving  make and number. Box 455  Coast News.  ANNOUNCEMENTS     (Cont'd)    DIRECTORY  (Continued)  In Sechelt phone your* want  ads to Coast News, representative Mrs. E. Lumsdon, 44W.  WATCH REPAIRS "    ~  <��� ' ' < ���!!_������   I I ���'" ��� "_��� '   ���  ��� ������,..���_���-.���  . Watch and Jewelry Repairs  Marine Men's Wear. , Agents  for W. H. Grassi e. Fast  reliable service. tfn  For Guaranteed* Watch and  Jewelry Repairs, See Chris's  Jewelers, Sechelt. Work done  on the premises. tfri  DIRECTORY  PERSONAL  Spray* and brush painting;  also paperhanging. .J. Melhus.  Phone  Gibsons  33. tfh  FOR SALE  Iron Fireman coal stoker,  -equipped with! 2 HP. - 3 phase  nptior, gear box, fan'and worm  May .be inspected! at Elphinstone Jr.-Sr. High School.  Phone Gibsons 43,  Clare Jewel white enamel  coal and fwood stove, good condition very reasonable. Phone  Gibsons 116H.  Twe .Collie-;.'pups,  ider Harbour 476.  Phone Pen-  Alan P. Nevins  Penmore Greenhouses  R.R. 1 Pratt Rdl  Wallflower   ���    giant   pansy,  xeady for fall planting. Phone  171M.:'7yyT-:y ". '  T '���./ "y'i  Bushwood for sale, prompt  delivery, y .between.��� .y ��� Roberts  Creek and H^fedoh BziyTL.C7.  Emerson BioxT 71, Sechelt,  Phone' 99F '���''���<x. ;���������:      :��� -7-. . --.7 >  Trying-to lose weight? No sugar in  your Diet?.  Try SUC-  ARYL    sweetening    solution.  Absolutely     NO       CALORIC  VALUE  whatever!   Liquid   or  tablet form, and handy Pocket  Vials for    Diabetic    persons.  Get Sucaryl at Lang-'s. Drug  Stores, and recover your sylph  like figure. Extremely helpful  when using TAFON oV other  reducing plans. Remember the ���  man>e,  SUCARYL,. ait   Lang's  Drug Stores,  Gibsons or    Sechelt. ��� :. -��� ���-   ,-"������.  duller bruish dealer. Jl Nelson  Roberts Creek.  Phone Gibsons'19Q.  REAL ESTATE  TOTEM FLASHES  Snmmer cottage at Gower  Point, 50 ft, water front, a dandy buy for $4200,  Semi water front home at Hopkins Ldg. all the requirements  of a city house plus a million  dollar view.  5' acres just off the Sechelt  Highway, water, garden, fire  "wood,   a  lovely   spotfor   only  $3750.  ��� .       *  449 feet of highway close to the  Super Valu. 1300 deep. Priced  at only $9000::-  Always a better buy at  TOTEM  REALTY  Gibsons  PROPERTY WANTED     ..;     _.  PLUMBING  Macleofl's Plumbing  ^and Hot-Water Heating  2 Qualified Plumbers  Service Anywhere  Fairbanks^ Morse Pumps  and Pressure Systems  Wilson  Creek  ,   Phone'Sechelt 20M  NOTARY PUBLIC  Legal  Documents   promptly  attended to  W.J.   (Jack)  Mayne.  Phone 24.   _     _    Sechelt  B.C.  C and S SALES, SERVICE  Agents For  Propane Gas  Combination Gas Ranges  Sales  and Installations  Free Estimates  Electric and Gas Hot Plates  FURNITURE  LINOLEUMS  Phone 3 Sechelt  BECK & DAVIS  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS  ,   Industrial, Commercial   and  X Residential Wiring & Repairs  Electrical  Heating   Installed  Anywhere on the Peninsula  Repairs to  All Electrical  Appliances  Free  Estimates  Gladly  Given  Phone Sechelt 69W  HILL'S   MACHINE    SHOP  Mobilized Welding  Welding Anywhere'��� Anytime  Expert    Tradesmen  Precision    Machinists  Phone 54 Residence  152  LIFE INSURANCE  .Continental  Life  Insurance - Qompany  LORNE BLAlNi Agent  Box 188 ��� Phone 82G  .   ,      Gibsons  GIBSONS BOAT WORKS   '  Boat Builders & Repairers  7 Phone Gibsons  111X  MARSHALL'S PLUMBING  HEATING &   SUPPLIES  Phone Gibsons 134. 104 or 33  '       ��� |l     ������ ��� ���������  I���.     ������ __r���~_���   ,������ .������ I       I ���. l_i_.l -..        �����       "  Home and Industrial Wiring  Electrical  Heating  GIBSONS    ELECTRIC  Phone 130 ,  Authorized  GE  Dealer  Radios, Appliances. TV Servic*  Church Services  Coast News, Nov.  1,  1956    5  thly meeting, 8 o'clock, Legion hall.  Nov.   15.  W.I.  Bazaar, Parish Hall, 2 p.m.  Nov.   15   Fall 'Tea  and Bazaar.  Selma Park Community  Hall. 2.30 p.m.-  Nov. 22, at the United Church  Hall   ' Headlands      service.  ^ Club. tea.  Nov. 23,* St. Aidans W.A.  'Roberts Creek, tea and salfe  of work, 2 p.m. , -  Dec. 9, Canadian Legion Ro-  iberts Creek Sale of work, tea  cup reading. 2 ���p.m-.  This week's special: 2 bedroom home Gower Point Rd.  very comfortable, priced for  fast sale $4,200.  " Harold Wilson  Totem  Realty  Phone  Gibsons  44  evenings  147  ANGLICAN  12 bass Camerano piano ac-  cordian With case;Thv good condition. Mrs./Phyllis Emerson,  Box 71, Sechelt, Phone 99F.  Chesterfield, Twith, slip covers  $40; club chair,/with  covers,  $20;: Hot water tank, with, side  arm electric water heater, Fit-,  tings,   thermostat;   etc.,;   ;$30;  fire basket -for open fireplace,}  $5. Apply Gibsons Bakery, Box^  69, Phohe 4, Gibsons  Six piece mahogany dining  room suite. $200, good condition; Singer treadle sewing  machine, good condition, $35  one Wilton carpet 6, X 10 with  undermdt, a%o 2' small Wilton  carpetsf $55 for all three. Phone  142 Pender Harbour.        ,  Country    home,    school    bus.  ; Will buy or trade for city property. 5310   Elgin St, Vancouver.  TO  RENT ^  75 room waterfront cottage,  icity conveniences, Mrs. Gron-  neberg, Soame Point.  WANTED TO RENT  Unfurnished house in. Sechelt  3 to 5 rooms.. M.B. Hall R.R.1  Gibsons.  p~ GIBSONS  Newest Shopping Centre  JOHN  COLERIDGE  REALTY  Oldest Real Estate Office  Between Lang's. Drug Store  .    arid  Woods Hardware  ,.    Georgian Block  Look for the  Big Neon  Sign  INSURANCE "'  Top quality; potatoes for sale,  good keepers, some Gems, $5  per -100 lbs. delivered. 7 Also  trnilk fed roasting Chicken^  5-6 lbs. 60c ifeT Charman  Farms, Phone Gibsons 148M.  Heavy breed . boiling fowl,  ^lioiT^ach, Don Ritchey, Gibsons ioVw;  It's time again to clean out  the1 old hens, We will sell  them at 27c lb. and , pluck  them for you if you like T. at  15c a -bird. Elander Farm,  Gibsons 68K.  5 sheep, pure bred with pedigree. C.P. Ballentine. Gibsons:  BOY'SWINTERWEAR'.]' ���  Underwear, Sweaters,     Socks,  Shirts, Slacks,    Jackets, Caps,  Mitts,      Accessories.  __ MARINE MEN'S WEAR __  '���    phone Gibsons 2.  Lady Jane electric    cottage  - ranger$100; garbage burner  k *S55. Parker's Hardware.   !  ��" Phone' 51, SecheY:.  SECHELT INSURANCE  AGENCIES  y'7 Real Estate y  Property.. Management  Insurance  pffice   phone   22F  T.E. DUFFY, Agent    5  Residence 31Q  L MACKAYV Salesman.  Residence 70F   B -  Fire, Auto, Liability. Prompt  tourteouis: service; Totem Realty; Gibscns  H.B. GORDON AGENCIES  Sechelt  FIRE INSURANCE  AUTO .    INSURANCE  Evenings. andT Holidays    i1^  .      Phonfe '~y ';'53:-.,T i  ANNOUNCEMENT  Change your fragrance for  Ml! A Ml line of.Lenth'eric  and Du Barry cosmetics,  Revlon lipsticks with Futur-  amic cases. Fulijr qualified  and certified cosmeticians to  serve you at all times. Lang3  Drug Stores, Sechelt and  Gibsons.     "    ,  TOWING AND   FREIGHTING  W. Nygren, Gibsons 13.   tfn  BX.  COPE  Auditor  and  Accountant  Fifty Years' Experience.  Roberts Creek, B.C.  Phone, Gibsons 22C   .              *  > .        .  GIBSONS  BUILDING    SUPPLIES x  LTD.  "WE   CARRY   THE   STOCK"  Phone Gibsons S3  ��_-    -������.._��� '      , ..,      1    .    ,..,      ������-������      ..-.,������   .-I-      .��� ,..-�� I. I..   1M_^��  WIRING and APPLIANCE  ���"-,   SALES'T- .'���  Electrical Wiring  Alterations and Repairs  F. UTTING, WILSON CREEK  Phone   15T or   5H  FAIRMILE--  BOAT WORKS, LTD.  Custom Pleasure Craft,  &   Dinghys  Repairs,    Hardware, .PaintsT  Beach Ave. West.  Roberts      Creek  ".      :,.'- i-WIRING';?-  y'Xr'yiX  Commercial & R^'dential  Electric  Space Heating  Anywhere .on the Peninsula  PARKER arid SISI  ELECTRIC  Parker's  Hardware  Sechelt 51 ��� 130 Evenings  PENINSULA    .  ACCOUNTING SERVICE  All  Types of Accounting  Problem:; Expertly Attended  Village Enterprises Bldg.  Sechelt  Office Open 9 a.m.���5 p.m<  Daily  Phone Sechelt 98F  ���     ���  ���        ������������ ^   .-���>__- -��� ������ ��� , ��� ..... -,,.   ..j  Notions���Cards���Toys  Miscellaneous Gifts  THRIFTEE    STORES  Left of Post Office  Gibsons, B.C.  Headquarters For Wool  REFRIGERATION        '���  SALES and SERVICE  Commercial.��� pomestic  25 Years' Experience  -  A. M. CAMPBELL  SECHELT 83Q  TELEVISION  SALES AND SERVICE  Fast work - Guaranteed  10% Down - Easy Terms  RICHTER'S RADIO ��� TV  ' Fine Home  Furnishings  - Phone 6 Sechelt  PENINSULA    CLEANERS  Cleaners for the   Sechelt  Peninsula  Phone:  Gibsons  100  " TRACTOR.  WORK  Clearing, Grading, Excavating.  D6  Bulldozing  Cleaning Teeth  ARCHES   FOR   RENT  A.  E.   Ritchey  Phone Gibsons 176  LET US  HELP YOU  PLAN NOW .-.   . ��  For  your  Construction  Needs  All types of  BUILDING or ALTERATIONS  and  LIGHT GRADING  Smith & Peterson Construction  ���Ltd.   ������ .7. 7;  Phone 28, 85 or 90Q. Gibsons  St., Bartholomew's;    Gibsons  11.00 a.m. Sunday School  11.00 a.m.   Hciy   Communion  , St. Hilda's    Sechelt  liipO a.m. Sunday School  1.45 pm Evensong  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  Sunday School  11.00 A.M.  r 3.i5 p.m. Evensong  .   UNITED  ..  X- . Gibsons  Sunday School  10:00 a.m.  Pufclic  Worship,   li.00 a.m.  Roberts Creek, 2 p.m.  e      1      Wilson Creek  v Public Worship, 3.30 p.m.  Port 'Mellon  7.30 p.m. Evensong  ���'': 'ST.^.VINCENTS  HolY Farfiily ,��� * Sechelt, " "9 ^aThi"."  St. Mary's, Gibsons, 10^30 a.m.  Port^ Mellon,   first  Sunday  of  each month at 11.35 a.m.  PENTECOSTAL  11 a.m. Devotional  1.Q a.m. Sunday School  7.30     Evening 'Service  ; Tuesday night 7.30   .  8 pm Thursday night  ,  Betlial   Baptist  Church  7:30  P.M.,  Wed.,  Prayer-  11:15 A.M., Worship Service^  2 P.M., 1st Thurs., in Month  '<   Mission  Circle  Pender Harbour Tabernacle  Sunday School. 10 a.m.  12:00-' a.m. Morning  Service  7:30, p,m, Wednesday    Prayer Meeting.  CHRISTIAN   SCIENCE  Church service and Sunday  School,  11 a.m.  Stratford  Camp, Seehelt Highway.  7   Latter Day Saints  Sunday School, 10.15 am  Granthams    Community   Hall  DATE PAD  Nov. 2 Gibsons United  Church .Hall, Red Cross Quarterly meeting, 8 p.m.  Nov.. 2nd. Parish Hall, St.  Bartholomew's Christmas Bazaar,   ...  Nov. .2: Flying up ceremony  Guides, and Brownies, Gibsons  School, Hall, 8 p.m.  Novv 3, Gibsons, Legion Hall  Rebekah Bazaar 2.30. Whist  drive 8. p.m.  Nov.y 5: Gibsons L.A. to  Guide^ and Brownies meet  at Mrs, Charman's home 8 p.m.  Nov.   5.   Parish   Hall,   Far-   ���  mers' Institute, 8 p.m.  Nov. 5, Gibsons, Sunshine  Coast Jr. Calf Club, meeting  for expansion, Anglican Parish Hall, 8 p.m.  Nov.:5, Bazeer and tea, United;    Church,    Wilson    Creek  Community Hall,  2- p.m.  , Nov.-9; Madeira Park 'Com-   ���  munity   Hall  Bingo Nite,   by    -  St. Mary's Hospital  Auxiliary  Nov...9:' Gibsons School Hall,  Order-Eastern Star,  bazaar  and'tea :2 to .4.30.-  Nov. 13: R.oberts    Creek    Improvement association   mon-    ���  Appoint editor  During the recent convention in Vancouver of the British Columbia Canadian Weekly Newspaper Association the  editor of the Coast News was  appointed a director of the Advertising Bureau of the B.C.  CWNA.  This bureau deals with advertising problems as they  concern weekly papers in this  province. jRhere is a president,  vice-president, secretary and  three directors heading. this  bureau:  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given thai:  Lots 2, 3 and 4 of the South  Vz of the South Vz of Lot 685  A, Group 1, New Westminster  District, Plan 7495, located at  Gibsons Landing, B.C., will be  offered for sale at  PUBLIC AUCTION  to be held in the Municipal  Hall, Gibsons, B.C., at 11:00  A.M. on Thursday, November  22nd1, 1956.'  Further information may be  obtained from the Government.  Agent^ Vancouver, B.C., or  from the Superintendent of  Lands, Department of Lands  and Forests, Victoria, B.C.  Terms atadl conditions w��H  foe announced at the time of  sale,  E.W.  BASSETT,.  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Victoria, B.C.,  October 22n$,   1956.  OUR  XMAS STOCK  IS IN NOW  Lay away a  GIFT BIKE  TRfCyCLE  Doll or Baby  CARRIAGE  For Christmas   giving  SECHELT CYCLE:  7  Phone Sechelt 95M  NOVEMSERyis a  Good Time to Plan  rour CHRISTMAS GIVING  Come in to Chris's  " /        and Shop at Your *  .Convenience.  Lay Your'."Gift Away  Till Christmas!  Lovely  Items  In  Jewelery  Watches,   Clocks  Silver  Glassware,   China  Leather  Sets  You know a Gift from CKris's  is one that's sure to Please!  CHRIS'S JEWELERS  =....-:..:. Phone .Sechelt.,96*.,., v  P**<��--��-B0M%IMMM*����������m<ak---_t_-^aW>J-i*��*��****iMWlMl>l��ll>ll6��l����l^Mt__  Stop! Look! Listen!  This off^r will NOT Be repeated  this year by anyone!  Fill lip on Steaks Now at these  LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICES  GRADE   A' RED BRAND  SIRLOIN STEAKS 69  T-BONE STEAKS 73  TRIMMED TO THE QUEEN'S TASTE!  c lb.  c lbi.  The following are some of our everyday prices  COMPARE, SHOP THE LOCKER WAY  LOIN  PORK  CHOPS  60  c" lb.  SPARE  ��lv  c lb.  BONELESS  39  MacINTOSH  APPLES  $2.18  Box  Junior Pa/.'k  No. 1  WEINERS  3 lbs.  $1.00  c lb.  SNOW WHITE  CAULIFLOWER  c lb.  SIDES OF 9R  BEEF M  c lb.  C ut & Wrapped ;v  BLUE  Imported  c lt��.  a  THURS. FRIT SAT. SPECIALS  7Wj^��IHIt^MM��MM����M��l^  B��*a>*_ aai it-����������*#��������- ���)i|iirMiiitii��i_��wiMi��'>��i'n����rti"Nr*�� ���$   Coast News, Nov.  1,  1956  BY   ELSIE  JOHNSON  Star  games  bowled   at  the  Sechelt   Bowling    alleys   last  week   were:   Peninsula   Teen  t  League, Harold Baird 259; Pender Harbor Ron Pockrant 299,  and Dan Leavens 281; Sechelt  Sports   Club,   Sammy Benner  280;    Ball    and    Chain,    Roy  Whyte  277,  and Tom "Ritchie  275. .  High scores for Oct. 22 to 27  week were:  Sechelt Ladies: High three  Betty Hughes 639; high single,  Betty Hughes 247; team high  three, Totems 2295; team high  single,  Duds 851.  Gibsons . Mixed: Women's  high three, Doreen Crosby 680  Don't Say Bread  Say  "McGAVIN'S"  Norman Stewart  Local Sales Rep.  R. R. 1, GIBSONS  Phone Gibsons 67F  women's high  single,  Doreen  Crosby 274; men's high three  Len Wray 572; men's high single, Dave Herrin 264; team  high three, Whizzljangs 2858;  team high single, Whizzbangs  1045.  Peninsula Teen: Girl's high  three, Irene Tyson 472; girl's  high single, Judy Gray 184;  boy's high three, Harold) Baird  590; boy's high single, Harold;  Baird 259; team hiigfa. three,  Lucky Strikes 1913; team high  single, Lucky Strikes 726  Pender Harbour: Women's  high three, Iris Hart 517;"jwo-  men'shigh single, Jacquie Reiter 201; men's high three Ron  O^"i:.^-'-&'0t^-:}'  Pockrant -738; men's, high single/ lion Pockrant: 281;- team  high three, Pin Heads 2591;  tea-m high single Pin Heads!  900.  ! Port Mellon: Women's high  three, Ruth Tyson 545; women's high single, Lottie Campbell 263; men's high three,  Frank Girard 674; men's high  single C. Husband 248; team  high three Slo- Moe Fives 2534  team high single, Slo-Mde  Fives 903.  Peninsula Commercial: Women's high three, Muriel Mg-  Kinnell 594; women's high single, Marion Fairwell 250; men's  high three, Don Caldlwell 606;  men's highx single, Bill Coles  257; team high three, Peninsula Building Supplies 2385;  team high single, Tomboys.  1005.  Sechelt   Sports   Club:    Women's     high    three,    Dorothy  Smith 644; women's high single, Dorothy Smith '226; men's  high three, Sonny Benner 700;  men's high single, Sonny Benner 280; team high thiree Kingpins 2577; team high single,  Wild Five .971.  Ball and Chain: Women's  high three, Edith Chester 497:  women's high, single,., Bea Sim  199; men's high three, Ken  Pearson  659;  men's high sin  gle Roy Whyte 277; team high  three, Texas Rats '2334; V team  high single, Screwballs 906  For Guaranteed  Watch and Jewelry  Repairs  CHRIS'S   JEWELERS  Work  done  on the TPremises  WE BUY OLD GOLD  PhorieT 96 Sechelt  jwanis   Sunshine  Coast  Junior CaSf Club  Expansion SVIeetirag  Members, Prospective Members, & Parents  Will Attend        /  Anglican  PariiK Hall  >..m.  -  Monday  -  Nov-  5  PRICES EFFECTIVE  . SAT. NOV. 1,2,3  TEA  NABOB  100's  SILVER CUP  98fc  lb 99c  PUREX ",����*�������� 45c  Strawbe rry Jam *����� 59c  PEAS       ^LTA PAC . 15 oz. 4/45C  Che rry Fruit Cakes% 59c  Frozen  Frozen  Pi  PIXIE  NABOB;  20 oz.  NABOB  15 oz.  Martha Laine Bread  Bayer Aspirin   ���  REGULAR  2727c  WITH  FRICTION  MOTOR.   $1.20 REG. FOR  Choice cute of Prime  POTATOES  GRAND FORKS GEMS  WINTER KEEPING  GUARANTEED  50 lb Bag   $1.1  EMPEROR GRAPES 3 lbs for  GRAPEFRUIT  WHITE OR PINK  LARGE SIZE. EACH  4V- lb.  BAG  29c  for 49c  TRAY - PAC Oven Ready  Ib. 53n  MaclMTOSHAPPLES  CRISP CELERY 2 stalks  49c  19c  STEAKS Gr. A CHOICE  lb����9i*  These and Many Many More  ���' . . ��� \' *.'-.''r^' ���      '-���  Special Prices are in Effect  Tp Celebrate Our  ANNIVERSARY.   JAMBOREE  is NATIONAL FIS_i WEEiL  Ow* Feature Items areT  j\"' "

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