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Array Published in   Gibsons,  B,  C  September 20. 1956  Volume 10, Number 38  ��*.  Serving tlie Growizgg  Sunshine CoasS  -��.  DOWN the ALLEYS Cemetery road garbage area  turned down by Lands dept.  BY  ELSIE JOHNSON  v" Two star games were bowled at Sechelt bowling alleys  the,  past week.   Star    games  - wete made by Roy^Doyle, 299,.  - * "if:Silii&tr-Spdrts   Club    and  Joe FeMes 2&33, of Pender  Harbour League. A  High scores for Sept. 10 to  Sept. 15 week were:  Sechelt I-adies League:  iiigh three, Ella Gibbons 538;  high single, Eve Moscrip,: 254;  team high three, Do; or Dies  1986; team high single,  Gut  ���   tersnipes 723.  Gibsons Mixed: Women's  high three, Peg Connor 566;  Women's high single. Joyce  Connor; men's high three. J.  Solnik 569;,men?s high single,  J. /Wilson 257; team high  three, Midway -2647; team  high. single, Midway 947 f  ,'. . Pender Harbour: > Women's  highythree,    Marg  Wise  520;.  s women's high single; Peggy  Pockrant 217; men' high  three, Joe Feldes 718; men's  high single, Joe Feldes; team  high three, Holy Rollers 2349;  team high single, Holy Rollers  ��77:.':  TPort Mellon:    Women's  high singjte, Kay Taylor;  women's high three, Kay Taylor 519; men's high three. R.  . Wiren 653; men's high single,  J. Wiren 257; team high three,  Team No. 8 2502; team high  single, Team No. 8 897.  ;  Peninsula Commercial:  Women's high three, Pearl  MacKenzie 570: women's high  ' single, Dorothy Smith 242;  men's high three, Bill Coles  583; men's high s&ngle, Bill  Coles 248; team high three,  Peninsula Building 2529; team  high single, B.C. Fir 973.  iSechelt Sports Club: Women's - high three, Elsie Johnson 629; women's high single,  EJsie Johnson 230; men's high  three, Roy ,D6yleA 770; men's  high single, Roy Doyle 299:  team high three, -90 Centers.  2752; tedan high single, Wild  Five 975.  Ball and: Chain:;i Women's  high three, Rose Morrison 519;  women's high single, Rose  Morrison 251;, men's high  three, Roy Huttpn 623; men's  246; team high three, Vaga-  high single,- Allan Chester  bonds 2337; team high single,  Glad Rag6 881.  The lands    department    of  the provincial government has  vinforped,,,the Village Commission by -J letter- it   will    not  allow a   garbage   disposal  to  brought  to  the  attention    of  the commission and  after    a  Clerk Robert Burns were selected to attend the Union of  i�������������     -�����._t .*�����,A+i��^^j. _,>,���* '  BXJ.  Municipalities      conven-  T^%   f ^^eS"T^^nat Pepticto^arl* * Oct-  ed debate the matter was left    ober -  in the hands of authorities in  * Commissioner Ballentine  asked support: of the,- commission with a~ letter to /the liquor-  control .board asking/that the  present jiqubiy stored remain  in Gibsons and not Be moved/  outside the villager   4 7  Chairman      Ritchey "    and  be   established  on  the  North    charge of such matters.  Road near the cemetery owing  to  complaints    having     been  ' received. "'��� ���''������-���������    ������^���'������������-  This means the Village Commission is  without a garbage  area but it has a prospect in  sight now���under scrutiny).  The Commission read a letter from the Board of Trade  asking that something be done  aibout the garbage situation.  The board, will be informed  of the 7 latest    developments.  The matter of sanitation at  Sylvia's      store  was      again  tsftdfe lights  Two building permits were  issued one to FrE. Velhurst  for a $6,000 home and one to  L.J. Bezdek to build a $60  wbrkshed.  up  lore  for Sec  At the Sechelt Village Commission meeting Sept. 5 the  application to the B.C. Electric Cbiripany for seven new  lighting poles was accepted  for the Village street lighting  project.  A letter from the Board of  Trade requested that the  Board of. Commissioners assume responsibility for the  lighting system on the Federal  wharf at Porpoise Bay. The  clerk was instructed to reply  ttiat as the Porpoise Bay  wharf is registered as Federal  Government property it is  removed from village jurisdiction.  The B. of T. will be asked  to communicate directly with  the Federal Department oj  Transport and/also the Depart-  the wharf is used to a    great  BY MRS. *��. NEWMAN  Mr and Mrs E.J. Shaw had  as their guests, Mrs Shaw's  cousin, Mrs Alex Wylie, and  Mrs Lawrence Kelly of. Vancouver,  Mrs M.H. Bell has returned  to Seattle after a week's visit  with her sister Mrs Ruth Mitchell.  The first Order of the Eastern Star meeting took place  on Sept;< 6 with a good attendance. Two points of discussion  were the November tea and  bazaar ,and the entertainment  of Powell    River    and    West  During the heat of the election 7 campaign Clarence Joe  of Sechelt had a blowup which  cannot be attributed to the  political situation,  He and two sons, Terry and  Gilbert were on their 38 ft.  tralwler in Jervis Inlet's Deserted Bay tied at a float when  someone stepped on the starter and the vessel just flew a-  part.:V ".���������;'���.���..'.    ���-.������  Terry was thrown on ' to  'the float and Gilbert who was  irf the engine housing suffered  bad burns. Clarence Joe, the  father was apparently unharmed.  The trio were brought to  Sechelt on.a Walters and Colbert vesselj. They were work-  Picture by Vancouver Sun.  This is what happens when  navigational hazards take over 'and /create havoc. The Kah-  loke was, easing in when something went wrong, .aboard  ship aind the above was the  ^result; Then.the,^mpkwa .had  ���to Joinyin 'the, fray and strike  some-rocks7on\ eiate0a^ the*  bay with tlie result it was  holed and is now. in drydock  being patched up. While Black  Ball; Ferries have made no announcement it is = expected  service will be back to normal  over the weekend. Damage to  the ferry slip is estimated in  the region of $35,000. The .resulting confusion created by  these accidents matkes one realize the importance of the  ferry service to the Sunshine  Coast. _. .   .  service  Vancouver      OES      members    ing for that  company  at  the  time of the explosion. n  Five persons  on sick list  Five  Gibsons   residents  are  reported on the sick list this  , week, v'ith three having beer?  rushed     out     ajs     emergency  cases.  The patients are Mr    John  Kullander,  to   General  Hospi-  scheduled for Sept. 20.  ' Members of the OES who  did not visit the Exhibition  were told that the quilt they  worked won a first prize  It is to be raffled.    ��  Bill and Elizabeth ' Ewart  and baby son are visiting the  Rob Cummings. Their sister  and brother-in-law, Pat and  Roy Starr with TKathie and  Dainnie, are staying at the  Norman Ewart home.  Week-ending at the Syd  Boyte home were Bill, Gwen  Mail  to Handberry rd  7 The following letter has  been received ��� /f^pm 77'Oftawa  which will please the residents of THandberry rd. area:  The Editor,"  The Coast News,  Just a line to advise you  that I have secured the approv  al of the Postmaster General  to extend the Gibsons R.R.  No. 1 North along Handberry  Road to provide mail service  for Messrsj. H.R. Carson. G.R  Randall, S. Jack, Gabriel E-  luk, Peter Flynn, H. Gibson  and J.W. Gibb,  v Yours Sincerely,  James Sinclair  tal, accompanied by former  ment of Indian Affairs, since Johnnie and Betsy Boyte from Public Health nurse, Mrs Wal-  extent by residents of the Se-    North Vancouver. ter Nygren; Bud Stewart, who  Miss May Walker had guests    was taken to the General for  from Vancouver.  7 surgery,   and  Murdo  Stewart.  Mrs   Janet    Matthews    has    who was taken to Shaughnes-  gone    to    Vancouver to wel-    sy    Hospital,    following    the  come her  new      grandchild,  daughter of Mr and Mrs Ernie  Matthews.  '���; Mr and' Mrs Manns are enjoying a visit from. their son  F.O. Kenneth Manns, his wife  and children, from    Penhold,  Alberta\.  '  chelt reserve engaged in fish  ing activities. .   .   '       ���  The tender by Mr A.F. Gibbons, Wilson Creek, was accepted J- for,: painting~ the new  Municipal Hall. The work  must be completed by. Sept.  15. The same date was set for  completion by Peninsula Contractors of alterations.  The next meeting' will be  at 8 p.m. Sept. 19.  breaking of a \eg when he  slipped from a log on the  beach,.  Charlie Burns arid A. Pass  were both sent to hospital.  Mrs Normati Hough was sent  in on Monday morning with  an injured .ankle.  Auxiliary  holds  annual  tea  The L.A. to the Sechelt  Legion held their annual tea  and sale of work, convened  by Mrs Jessie Peterson. The  ladies all took special duties,  and managed, the affair with  their usual efficiency. Mrs A.  A.   French      welcomed      the  guests.  The sale was a success  from the start. Mrs F. Deleen-  heer Won the* dopr prize,;. Mrs  H. Roberts a* blanket, (Mrs A.  Batehelor a china teapot and  Mrs J. Peterson the pillow-"  slips.  The Associated    Boards Kg��-  Trade from the Fraser Vai_?��r  and the Lower  Mainland aaeiai  on Sepfj. 12 at Sechelt, wfcese  they were entertained at an��-  cheon by the Sechelt Boarg-aE  Trade.  The   70   delegates arsgr  istered   at   the   Indian      3SS2  where   routine   business    -ocas  conducted by F. Wilson, OSS-  liwack   B.C.,  vice-presidezjfe ��gg  the .Associated       Boairdg    sg��  Trade. ���  Resolved at the last zmE^S-  ing was that the problem "M.  flooding of the Fraser JSfessss:  be charged to the joint Bcjasfce  of the Fraser River FeS_rsl  and Provincial B. of T. "35E  1955 report from this Bozcg  contains information reg___S-  ing a survey conducted ke_  the flooding problem.  The      Richmond7    delegtf.se  ���strongly protested that sew_g_2  from     Vancouver be rum   toe  Iona   Island,   Richmond^  - SSu  ; Pearson, president of the Blcfe-  mond B.of T.  asked for /&s  support of the Associated Eraser  Valley   arid  Lower JBEazi-  land Boards in this issue.TSstes-  er in the afternoon a    sixaEp  exchange   between    AldenESK  Miller of Vancouver, and Stear-  son caused President H;Vesb_3  Langley,  to   suggest  thai iSae  delegates table the  conE^___SS  until a further compreheuffiwe  study could be riiade.  The   d^tteigates      tfrom  / parts of 7B.C. adjourned to  old Union Store * in Secheli. _&�����$  :- cocktails before    meeting   sifty  the Legion Hall where a cdHy  plate luncheon was served 4ifi7  Mrs A.'Garry and staff.    ' I7//7  '///'_Seated at the head '. '&***$  were Mrs C. Johnston^ Se^w_t;  B7 bf T. and chairman of  village commission; QJC  tqck^ Vancouver;      H.- tS&a%,  "'^feejerefiai^^  of T;  F.   Wilsony vice-prgsnB'  ent; H. Vogel, president of  Association, A. Johnston,  ident Sechelt B. of T, ang.  C.  for   the  afternoon  sesBcsag  Alderman Miller,   Vancojznae^  "Dr. J.  Friesen,  Universl^r <__?  B.O.-,    Professor  J.    W^^,  University . of   Washington- IS.  Melville,  Seattle," Pasft "Rwbsr-  dent of Vancouver B. of TL  ^  The  guest   speaker, ^Brofi__s-  or Wright, was intro(fl��ceSuis_r  Dr. Friesen, and spbkecori. ifihe  subject of Scientific Qonusaas^r  ity Development on "a   ^dojft  yourself basis.      He  heads Xk  staff of four in the extenswB  dept.  of  the       University :* iM  Washington       a'nd  the .natim.  job of these consultaaefts'is'��ifc  help the people of small ran-  munities to help   .JbhemsjSMBEJ  by  pulling together: fair    "Sfee  betterment of the \whdle snm..  President  Vogel -sa&i &&&:  the  panel  discussion < scfcE ..3j  plan, that strong  efforts  . be ma_e to have the UBC at-  stitute: a  similar    departaraal^  in their Extensioc: Program.  The Convention   ^^QJountai��  at 5 p.m. to allow the.. nSSk^'X  gates plenty of time tp_ refeafc*  to the Ferry in Gibsons.  H. Pearson said later ��__��  it was all the more evidott  how much this commi_B_i_y/  needs a hall to acconfmo*_fc_  large gatherings of this aaift-  ure. ������ , X-"r:  President of the SecheI_T_L  of T., A. Johnston felt fitaft  this was the most succ^ssS��  Bi. of T. convention held in ^Sek?  Lower Mainland and this shb-  timent was agreed with v?_sf  the other delegates.  New engine  Port Mellon's steam engjass  'Old 33' has been sent demm  the track. She just couJfi*ffit  keep up with the times ariS  has been replaced by a sle��_r  powerful deisel-electric Soeo  motive.  The new engine weighs'*^  tons, is 36 feet long, I13*^_fi:  4 Inches in height an'd'tSJ'BfaSt  wide.  .A.   -��_. * vf       ��� i_       f 1J A ''7'* ��' '*�� .*��� 'if  s  i&fes'EL'VES^  ^ 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  ^afihorized Second Class Mail, Post Office Department, Ottawa.  ISSsfces of Subscription: 12 mos.�� $2;    6 mos., $1.25;   3 mos., 75c.  "$&&ed Stales and Foreign, $2.50 per year.. 5c per copy.  3-  The right to criticise through the press has been attacked  J% Premier Bennett. Apparently there must be no criticism of  ;*s_vthing so holy as a Social Credit government, whatever that  vsetsae: means.  Mi*. Bennett might as well make up his mind right now  ife.. as long as there are editors with enough guts to take a  rs&nd, right or wrong, he will have to put up with it.  As long as the present editor of The Coast News is occupy-  S2_g-_&e editorial chair, Social Credit, Liberals CCF, Progressive-  ������SXinservatives and any other party in or out of power will  z$Bf& to. face criticism when warranted. To suggest, everything  .._3_r���Bennett has done is 'holy' is sheer idiocy. Such a bare-  ^fotuxd attitude presupposes a mentality that surely needs ex-  .-saining.  It seems strange that a hardware merchant, gospel preach-  jsk; school teacher and so forth when elected assume the mental  sS&ude they are beyond reproach. They should remember  1Sse$ still eat three meals a day at the expense of the tax-  fiKSSer,. do some work with the aid of the large staffs under  tSSsnr. and wear clothes like the ordinary mortals who put  iMsm} into the positions they now hold. Becoming a cabinet  ssHiister is not an open, sesame to a status beyond the ken of  S&e ordinary voter.  ��ax any newspaper to show fear towards any member of  ���: a__37 cabinet means that newspaper is not worth /reading.  Cab-  yctjget ministers can be subjects for respect but they should earn  !5feai respect. Maybe the. word respect is lacking in-Mr. Bennett's,  ���.fgspe of Social Credit.  Se should read the first two principles of the British Col-  rxsabia Social Credit League   constitution. In case the    reader .  iSsasot acquainted with them here they are: .  '    (Jafi   To foster and encourage the universally,    recognized  yapcmciples of Christianity in human relationshps.  . <b) To ensure responsible and effective democratic govern-  Haeqt'ih Canada, so that the people will gain the results they  tafeare from the management of their own affairs.  That phrase 'To ensure responsible and effective democratic  ggesernment in Canada' seems out of place when we have not,  ��tjfemocratic government in British Columbia.  There is another clause in the Socred constitution which  yBEr. Bennett should learn by heart. It reads:      To' expose and  'oppose any attempts to weaken the ���democratic institutions of  $S__:.people by means of increased centralization of power.   ;  M power is not. centralized in that democratic institution  wtf "*7ctoria known as the legislative buildings    will    someone  yl^Ease supply us with a better example?  Mr. Bennett will have to be a man and face up to his job  sshS to the job any publication has to do. If he does not want  ��rtsRcisn_ it could be suggested he move to Samoa where he can  astSf-up his own government there without the fear of any news-  gpB&er 'smearing' him.  Earn some respett, Mr. Bennett and maybe the smears will  am^he so pronounced. You were once a hardware merchant only  amfi not a premier and a - hardware merchant. The day will  (asms when you will once again be a hardware merchant.  This editorial was.written Sunday night long before any  dfecsibtt results were known.'  WITH...  BLACK BALL  FASTEST ACROSS THE STRAIT  VANCOUVER-NANAIMO  FERRIES LEAVE EVERY TWO HOURS ON THE  EVEN HOUR, 6 A. M.~MIDNIGHT,  FROM BOTH HORSESHOE BAY AND NANAIMO  LV. at 6 am, 8,10,12 noon, 2 pm, 4,6,8,10,12 mfa\  (Daylight Saving lima)  Reservations NOT Needed  Passengers���Automobiles���Trucks  Follow The Black Ball Flag!  BLACKBALL  0 IB *  POWER OUTAGE  Due to circumstances beyond our control the power  wastage for Sunday September 23 has been cancelled  end will take place Sunday. September    30.     5 a.m.  io  7.30 a.m.  B.C. ELECTRIC  THE     SPRINGS   OF  LOVE  In the works   of- the    poet  Dante there/is an account, of  his first  meeting with    Beat-  ' rice   and  her  subsequent     influence upon him that has few  parellels     in     all     liturature.  Dante   knew  that  this - influence was essentially spiritual.  For him Beatrice was     God's  holy messenger to his troubled  and  lonely  soul,  leading him  through  darkness to the light  of  God 's  love.   Furthermore,  it led him,,   as    this    passage  shows, to a deeper    love    for  all mankind. The meeting took  .place at a May festival in 1274  and here is.   the poet's    comment:  ' 'From that time forward  love quite governed my  soul . . . And here it is fitting  for me to1 depart a little from  this present matter, that it  may be rightly understood of  what sur^aqsing virtue her  salutation, that no' man was  my enemy any longer; and  such warmth of charity came  upon me that most certainly  in that moment I would have  pardoned whosoever had done  me an injury; and if one  should 'then7have questioned  me concealing any matter.  I could have said until him,.  Love, with a countenance  clothed  in   humbleness.'  The writer once talked with  a rough    lumberman' in    the  backwoods , of  Northern    , Ontario. This man Was trying to  express   what    religion     had  done for  him, what it meant  to him. 'It makes me love everybody.'   he   saidy   'even .the  folk who.don't like me/ This  lumberman      was.    separated  from   Dante  by  nearly  seven  centuries; he lived irt a land  thousands  of    miles     distant,  and yet his    experience    was/  stibtantially the same. There.is  Wilson Creek  BY. MRS. D. ERICKSOti!  Sept. 2, the Rev. R.R. Morrison baptized the children fof >  Mr and Mrs Clem  Valentine,  at St.   John's  Church,  Wilson  Creek. The children were Deb- .  ora Ann,. 5V_ months; Wendy  Mary-Ellen,  5V_  years;     Richard Alexandra   8 years,    and  Clement    Antoine   9V_.    The  . god-parents  were   their   uncle  and aunt, Mr and Mrs Clifford  Little, Vancouver.  .Visitors at Wilson Creek  included . ;the Arther Van  Sickles of . Lentzville, Fred  Gibsons and the Jack Kellys  of Vancouver at the Bill Drew  home.  Harry Findlay ahd family  holidayed *yith his parents  and two fine salmon rewarded Harry for his fishing efforts.  Fred Vigor went to Vancouver to meet his wife on her  return from a trip to England  and Scotland. Fred had entertained Jack and Mavis Richardson and baby daughter.  Mr and Mrs Gus Crucil  spent a few days in the Fraser' ���  Valley and Vancouver. Dorothy Erickson found the Sunshine Coast inviting after a  few days at Haney, B.C.  Camp Wonderland closed  for the season after a busy  summer. Mr" and Mrs Fred  Utting will occupy the main  building. until their Davis Bay  home is ready. Carol and  Marie are attending school in  the city.  Jack Utting and family of  Seattle, visited relatives here.  Sundi Stroshein enjbyed two  week's holiday at. Qualicum  beach with Mrs.R. Hamilton  and Jackie:  Bob Keeley is back from  Campbell River and working  locally, and Don ...Motzer is  leaving Quatsinb to work on  the Emil Anderson. project at  Ciowholm soon.    /,.      ;,  Mr and ��� Mr Dick Ross and  two sons are living at Totem  cottage while collecting evergreens for the market.  Mr. and Mrs. R. Gordon  and children from Calgary  have been guests of Mr. and  Mrs. W. W. Wright over the  past week-end.  Read The Real Estate Column  On The Want Ad Page.  not room enough in any heart  for both hove and hate. When  love comes it expels envy and  distrust and every form of  animosity. 'We love,' wrote  the apostle, 'because he first  loved us.' He wrote that in an  age when savage hate unleashed every form of diabolical  cruelty and the dark" shadow '  of persecution fell across every Christian assembly.  In 'Drums in the Darkness,'  Dr. John Tucker, who lived  for over 30 years in the Chis-  samba area, tells of moral  miracles wrought in that dark  land which rekindle faith in  the power of the gospel and  in human nature which can  respond to its appeal. One of  the Ovimbundu children was  named Kanjudo, a 'sensitive  lad with royal blood in his  veins. His amazing courage  and prowess as a hunter of  wild beasts caused his fame  to spread, and. he was invited  by the people of a distant  village to become their chief;  So the young man became a  chief honored and loved by  his people, who named him  'Hosi'  (lion).  He was wise in .ruling but, a^t  the same time, a stern disciplinarian and he followed the  tradition of nis ancestors. In  1898 Kanjudo was converted  to Christianity and the story  of the years that follow until  his death in 1913 is one of  deep humility and love for all  men,'love so full and rieJt that  Kanjudo must be regarded^  as a saint of modern days.  After his conversion he  freed slaves, built new. homes .  for. his people, 'established  schools, ��� procured medical assistance, and made his village  a. center of missionary work  for the, whole district.  Soon trouble!arose. Near his  village a trader had done a  . flourishing business in rum.  Now the moral change meant  that his gain ceased., This man  burned his own house and,  in connivance ; with some  others who schemed with him,  blamed the chief for/the .destruction. By"utterly"false ac-  For Guaranteed  Watch aiild Jewelry     ���*  Repairs  CHRIS'S   JEWELERS  Work  done  oh  the  Premises  WE BUY OLD GOLD  Phone 96 Sechelt  2    Coast News, Sept. 20, 1956  cusations he succeeded in having Kandudo arrested '* and  cast into jail. During his absence his enemies attempted  to bum the church and his  home. Every cruelty and indignity was heaped upon him  and the damp, filthy cell into  which he was flung did much  to shorten his life.  Throughout it all he bore  himself ��� with Christian forti- ���>  tude and with such sweetness  of. spirit that even his jailors  were amazed as well as impressed. Friends in Canada  raised sufficient money to secure for him a fair trial and  a Portuguese judge acquitted  him. His return home was an  amazing event for the Ovim--  bundu people. Bells rung and  no conqueror of old ever received    a    greater      ovation.  Throngs of people shouted  welcorrie and his ex-slaves  knelt in the dust at his feet.  For days there was prayer  and thanksgiving in the village.   Throughout  it  all Kan-  i judi bore himself with the  humility of a child. 'Let. there  be no; revenge against the  trader.' he said,, no doubt  sensing the- temper of his  people.* 'We must love him  and pray for hifti.' .  Think of it, an African,  with generations of savage  blood in his veins, pleading  -thus for his enemy. -How well  that native of Africa, understood the. mood"-of ���.Dante: 'No  man was my enemy any longer; and such warmth of charity . came upon me that most  certainly in that moment I  would have pardoned whosoever had done me injury.'  r  Select and consult  an independent  ���4/ ' ���, ���    * '     7'   '  insurance agent or broker  . ' ���       ' .      -'���  as you would  your doctor or lawyer  i  Look for this'symbol when you buy fire, auto, or  general insurance-  "777  .  7.'/':-:    7 "! ' ���   ���' ������'������'   ���''���"���'��� "���, >  :r.A'������������''..   7 ".���.�����'.' : ���  THE INSURXNGE AGENTS' ASSOCIATION  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  YOUR LOCAL  Insurance Specialist  N. RIGHARDil  Gib  sons  Phone 42  25 Years' Experience To Help  With Your Insurance Needs.  after using your telephone  *%��., >-..,.._ ���% ��� T     . - ... 7  When your call is finished, hang\up tfie rcceivet  and turn the crank'vigorously for about three seconds. This v  will let the operator know that the line is free so she can disconnect.  REMEMBER? the RING-OFF is'important. Otherwise  the operator will report your line as "busy" to anyone:  trying, to call you.  OTHER IMPORTANT TELEPHONE POINTERS  BEFORE RINGING: If you are on a party line, lift the  receiver to find out if the line is in use. Then replace  the receiver gendy.  TQ CALL: With the receiver on the hoolc, give one long,  vigorous ring of about three seconds duration.   ,.  BRITISH   COLUMBIA'  TELEPHONE  COMPANY '������Ay^WXr**-  Appointment of Dr Desmond  F. (Cap) Kidd, Vancouver Consulting geologist, as Provincial  Commissioner of the British Columbia ��� Yukon Boy Scouts  Association was announced by  i_. C. Way, president of the Britr  ish . Columbia���Yukon Provincial Scout Council. The announcement follows Official confirmation of the appointment by  Jhe Governor General the Honourable Vincent Massey of his  capacity as Chief Scout for  Canada.  Dr Kidd assumes duties immediately as the chief uniform  corners of British Columbia and  Yukon. It is his intention to  meet many boy members, leaders and committee personnel  as soon as possible.  The frank, genial' new com-  leader of British Columbia;���  Yukon rapidly-growing 27,000  Scout population.      -  He succeeds Col. Cyril'l". Batten who died suddenly last  year.   .  A Scout in his boyhood days  m Kerrisdale and New Westminster, Dr Kidd has been a  member of the Provincial Council executive.  His profession has taken him  many thousands of miles to all  missioner was born in London,  England in 1905. He came to  British Columbia in 1911.  Because of his size, he was  able to get in tp Scouts in .1914  at the age of 9 despite the fact  the regulation joining age was  12. The Wolf Cub branch of the  Movement, which covers boys  from 8 to 12, did not start until  1916. He transferred from a  group in Kerrisdale to the 1st  New Westminster where he became assistant Scoutmaster until 1922.  Dr Kidd earned his bachelor  of applied science in geological  ��� engineering at University of  British Columbia in 1927 and in  1933, his Ph. D. at Princeton  University. He was a staff Geologist for Geological Survey of  Canada from 1930-35, did exploration work on" Hudson's Bay  and  Great Bear Lake.  A member of numerous technical organizations, * he was  president 1952-3 of Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy which he joined in 1929. He  is official or director of three  mining firms, a consulting geologist for British Columbia Power Commission.  The new commissioner has  spent a graet deal of time in  earlier days sailing in local  coastal waters. Dr Kidd is married with one daughter .  MacLEAN'S SHOES  We're Set For Autumn With  RUBBER FOOTWEAR  ' 'v ���    .:���..  -        I'.:.,....,.'.,'. " ���  All Sires ��� Good Vwiety v  Fall Shoes for the Family  Phone Gibsons 6  HOME FURNISHINGS  A Wide Range Of Prices  Electric Oil Wood & Coal  STOVES  GHESTERFIELDS  H|| A A     Choice of Patterns & Sizes  KUbd     Sample: 8 ft. X 11 ft. 3- Fringed $49-50  Ask To See Our  New Stock  Tif     The Fall Season of Good Programs  *f     Demands The Best ��� DUMONT  SUIT CASES  Three Styles  Many Sizes & Prices  JAY-BEE FURNITURE & APPLIANCES  Phone Gibsons 99  The Standard Man told me about  the one biq plus in gasolines  Pender Harbour  JUDITH   FLETCHER  Mr  and  Mrs Andrew Armstrong   of     Vancouver     were 7  guests at Westmere Lodge for  a few days and enjoyed#    salmon fishing.  Mr and Mrs T.M. Rolands  who spent the summer cruising Pender Harbour district  on their yacht the 'Betty  Belle' have returnded to  Seattle. v  Mr and Mrs Thompson and  Keith,  of     Chilliwack,    were  weekend guests of Mr and Mrs  ��� Danny    Leavens  of     Garden  Bay.  TiVirs Stan Bowdler is back  in Pender Harbour after a  month in Vancouver.  A large party of tourists  from Detroit, were in the Harbour on the yacht 'Night  Witch'< They are now on a  weeks cruise on Jervis Inlet.  Miss Eleanor Remmem has  left: Garden Bay for Ladner  where she will attend school.  Mr and Mrs  McNeill    and ���  family   of Mill Valley,    near:  San Francisco, were guests of  Mrs Pixie    Daly of    Garden  Bay. ' \':������,;.    .^-y-".; .'X  Mrs   P.  Tryssenaar,  daughter of Mrs B. Birchall of Garden    Bay,    spent a few days  in Pender Harbour. Mrs,^Tjry?-^  senaar  is     Admitting:7> Nurse  and Medical Librarian at the r  hospital in    Kitimat.    She   is  now in Vancouver and will go  to the Northern States.  >   Mr Sean Daly who has been  fishing    with  his    father   up....-,  coast has returned to Garden  Bay. Dick Daly  has returned  from     two-week    visit    with  grandparents in  Montana. He  also spent a week in Vernon,  B.C. v  Mr Austin Curry of Chilliwack spent the Labour Day  holiday with his daughter and  her ��� husband, Mr and Mrs  Danny Leavens of Garden  Bay. He was accompanied  home by his son, Gordon, who  spent the summer at Garden  Bay. a  !obertsCreek  BY MRS. M. NEWMAN  Stratford  Camp   has   closed  for the season    after a    busy  summer when ,small   children  learned     to     swim,     square-  dance, hike and play together  in harmony.  Cne never to be  forgotton thrill was setting up  some cots out under the stars  and  sleeping  there in groups  of three and four on' especially  warm  nights.   Stratford  Kindergarten  will  re-open   Sept.6.  Mrs   Ruth   Mitchell's   Camp  Girls  bade   a  reluctant    farewell on Friday and> all plan to .  return next  summer.  Mrs Lou Jackson has returned to the city after spending the summer here. Son  Brian was a guest at Elphinstone Camp.  Miss Kitty Ripley has returned to New Westminster  after spending two weeks with  Miss Sheila Smith. High-light  in her visit was swimming in  Ruby Lake near a wasp's nest.  Mr and Mrs   Charles  Crow  of Victoria were guests at the  Newman home on their way  home from Powell River  where they visited Mr and  Mrs W.H. Montgomery. Charlie, the son of the late Mr and  Mrs Joe Crow, spent his  childhood there.  Mr and Mrs Jonathan Evans  spent the week end at the H.  Evans' home before leaving  for Calgary where Jon has accepted a position in the Junior High School.  Mrs J. Saddler'has had as  her guests her nephew, Robert  Fletcher and Mrs Fletcher  of Toronto.  Coast News, Sept. 20, 1S_��_ HJ  "PORT MELLON D___��S?  Mr J.J. Rogers of Poi_s2____^  Ion won first prize of $W&-5zn  the Port Mellon Labom* SSs*y  draw.  Frank Chaston.F. Grant tse��3  L. LaBonte each won psaasg  of $20. Joan Mahlman, Wss  Docking, Al Tingley ang Hiss  Cattinac won $10 prizes a_s  the draw.  Winners of $5  were: "K^fssj  Clark,      Joe     Latham,     E&s_e7  Earles,   Dr.   McPherson, -Maes";  Reg  Adams,  Audrey    M(M*$zr���  F. Scoulro,  R. Beacon,    Ie^-7  rence Brown and Mary 3*sas��-7  son.  For Guaranteed  Watch and Jewelry  Repairs  CHRIS'S JEWELERS  Work   done   on   the   Premises  WE BUY OLD GOLD  Phone 96 Sechelt  ''Detergent-Action" PLUS new power! You get  I new ppwer from the highest octane in Chevron history  ���power for tough pulling in the fields, smooth pick-up  j on the highway. PLUS "Detergent-Action?', the Chevron  exclusive that cleans away carburetor deposits to end  forever the biggest single cause of engine trouble.  What's more, the new Chevron Gasolines control a  major source of harmful combustion acids���they can  preserve the life and power of your engine up to 135%  (longer! Get the big plus in today's gasolines for your  ;��ar and truck, in both Chevron Supreme and Chevron  Gasoline.  For information on any Standard Oil product, call  ��.-*  G.   (Gerry)  H   MacDonald  Wiignn fVook B.C. Phone Sechelt 15E  . fgj&fiHKasaa^^  Sechelt News  Mr and Mrs Percy de Wolfe  left the Peninsula enroute to  Whitehorse after spending a  month with Mr and Mrs J  Whyte in West Sechelt,  Mr and Mrs B. Lawson with  the children attended the PNE  ���where Mrs Lawson won a  mink. choker. Mrs J. Whyte  and Gail visited the PNE.  Mr and Mrs Tom Allan of  Burnaby, B.C., with Marmy  and Tommy visitoed Porpoise  Bay over the week-end.  Mr Reg Smears is home at  Porpoise Bay after an illness  in Shaughnessy.  Mrs Alec Lamb returned  home with the boys, Alec and  Billy, after a three week visit  in Vancouver.  For the first time in 40  years, three sisters were reunited when Mrs Redferri and  Mrs .Ai Godwin visited Mrs  Lumsdon at Fernbrae in West  Sechelt for three weeks. Mrs  Godwin and Mrs Redfern returned , to Eastern Canada regretting, that their visit was  not longer on the Peninsula.  A FULL LINE OP LUMBER  Sechelt Building Supplies  CONVENIENT CREDIT TERMS ARRANGED  Phone 60-Q Sechelt  GIBSONS MEAT MARKET  NEWS  STANDING K1B  ROAST  59c lb  Cut Extra Short  ALL BEEF STEAKS  Sirloin ��� T-Bone  Wing & Round  LB.  SUNKIST ORANGES  2 doz. for  43c  FRESH PORK  SHOULDER      ROAST  Picnic Style  LEAN BEEF BR3SI  lb  MciNTOSH   APPLES  Handipak  Watch  for  our Weekend Non-Advertised  Specials  Thurs.  - Fri-  -  Sat.      '  Open  Friday  N%hts fill  ^ p.m.  ,   QUALITY MEATS  KEN WATSON PH&ftfE 52  MELCHERS       DISTILLERIES,       LIMITED  ���   '��� i '���.--.'.  This advertisement is not published or displayed by the liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.  ~d  EVERY WEDNESDAY  LEGION HALL   8 P.M. ����^_- 22, Roberts Creek Re-  ajceation  Committee    dance,  __Cbmmunity   Hall.  -<___gt_ 20, The monthly meeting of the Selma Park Community Centre will be held  Ml the Community Hall,  8JL"p.xn.  iragsjst. 24, Gibsons: Overture  Concert    Association    meet  ing,  United    Church  ' hall,*  8 p.m.  Sept.   25,     Gibsons,     Regular  meeting of the  high school  PTA, 8 p.m.  Sept. 25, 7.30      p.m.. at t he  School   Hail,   1st     Gibsons,  Guide  meeting.  Wed. Sept.      26, 8    p.m.,    A  meeting  of  the      .Advisory  Council  and  the    Mother-'s.  �� Circle  of  the  Order  of  De  Molay will  be held  at the  home of Mr and Mrs Fred  Stenner.  Sept, 25. 8.00 pm at the United    Church    Hall    Gibsons  ttMJAttHMKBPi    -_fl_-WMMhl    ��B8H��B6Bga    __-38Kj  ant  m  Garden Club meeting.  Oct. 4, Sechelt, Holy Family  Parish bazaar, good prizes.  Legion Hall 8. p.m.  Oct. 4, St. Mary's Altar Society Rummage Sale and  home      cooking, United  Church   Hall,   Gibsons,     10  a.m. to 2 p.m.  Oct. 17, 6.30 p.m. at the United Church Hall a birthday party followed by a  musical evening.  Nov. 5, 2.00 to 4.00 p.m. at the  Wilson Creek Community  Hall, St. Johns United W.A.  Bazaar and tea.  *     *     *  This  weeks   spelial:     Small  cottage  in   Bay  area,     waterfront lot, full price $2000.'  Harold Wilson  Totem   Realty  Phone   Gibsons   44  evenings  147  Mr  and Mrs   Carlson,  Rob- Carlson's brother in Fargo. diligenae by the manager    of  erts  Greek,     returned    home Miss Betty    Salter,    whose the Molar School of HairSres-  from  a   visit  to   Minneapolis,, family now lives at    Roberts sing in Vancouver where she  U.S;A.,    atoda    visit to    Mrs Creek,   was  praised  for    her has been  attending   classes.  of Legion Branch 109  Please Attend Meeting  Thurs. Sept. 20  I 8 p.m. Sharp  �� LEGION HALL, GIBSONS i  :Ss\ *BBwai  __mk_m   _______���__���   _i_) ___________>   _H__n_M  ������_____���  ���\m  SECHELT  PENINSULA  OD & GUN CLUB  SHOOT  Sechelt Gravel Pit  SEPT 30   12  EVERYONE WELCOME  Please Bring Your Rifle  BIRTHS  Aug. 6, to Mr and Mrs Reuben Stroshein of Wilson Creek  a daughter, Nancy ..Gay.  Sept.6, to Mr and Mrs John  Clarke Wilson Creek in St.  Mary's hospital, a son, Roderick Bruce.  tam*mmummmmmmnm*mmmmmBBmamnammmKmm.  For Guaranteed  Watch and Jewelry  Repairs  CHRIS'S   JEWELERS-  Work   done   on   the   Premises  WE BUY OLD GOLD  -     Phone 96 Sechelt  HELP  WANTED  Service    Station  Attendant  ���     also  Helper  fcr  Body   Shop  PENINSULA  MOTORS  WILSON     CREEK  j$m��imi$ ym coin buy  . .. . / '  The wonderful variety of nutritious dairy foods produced in  B.C. is a boon to every family. Fresh and evaporated milk,  butter, buttermilk, cottage, cheese, >. processed and; cheddar  cheese and ice cream help give the1 glow of health" to youngsters  and adults alike. The Dairy Industry is our leading producer  of   agricultural   wealth.   Enjoy   B.fC.   dairy   foods,   often.  BUY   B.C.   FOODS   AND   HELP   KEEP  BRITISH   COLUMBIA   PROSPEROUS  for Values  * Macintosh Apples  * Fresh Milk  HANDI-PAK  THURS. - FRIDAY - SAT. ~ SPECIALS -- SEPT. 20, 21 & 22  Tomato Juice- h���* -2/59 48 oz  Peas Lynn Valley 4/43 15oz  g o' Lamb      -      69 c ib  SANDWICH  - 35 c 1 lb  2/27 16 oz  Steaks - Grade A ��� S9c lb  Biscuits -  Bread -  MARTHA LAINE  BB��  WATCH VANCOUVER PAPERS FOR MORE SUPER VALUES  Open Fridays till 9 p.m LOST  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  ��� ���:������  12 ft. Turner boat, Wisconsin  ���     -. .    , engine and clutch. Heavy tar-   Lost,  valuable  camera,     Gib-. Paulin cover. All in new con- Buy direct from the mill. Lam-'  sons-Hopkins    area.      Contact ditien, $200. Phone Sechelt 40 ber)  piyw0od, doors, building  Coast News, Gibsons. wOBnn Momnr-, M^ir,_ on^ino supplies.  Write for     complete   a ���  ENGAGEMENT \  Wesco Mercury Marine engine  $2��0. 5-49 McCulloch 40  inch  bar and chain, good condition, ���  $175.  Lee    Roberts,    Roberts  Mr and Mrs George Cook announce   the     engagement '  of Creek.  their   eldjest   daughter  Eileen   ������ ��� ������   Alice May to Robert  Edward Beatty    washer one and    one  Miles, son of the late Mr and half..years old,       New condi-  Mrs H.H.  Miles, Nortti    Van- tion $75.; See    Harry    Davey,  B.C. The marriage will - Alder Sprirtf Rd7 Hfdlands'  couver  evenings and weekends.  take place  at    7.00; p.m.    on  September 29,    1956, at   the   Lady Jaiie electric    cottage  United Church, Gibsons, B.C  the Rev. D. Donaldson officiating.  ANNOUNCEMENT ~     ~~  The Rebekah bazaar will be  Nov. 3. Early notice' is given  to avoid  conflicting dates.  Mr  arid  Mrs    Roy    Atchison  will nofbe responsible for any   Jeans,    T-Shirts,    Underwear,  debts in   their    name   .unless   Bathing Trunks,   Socks,   Caps  signed by both Mr and    Mrs    and  Accessories.  Roy Atchison. . MARINE MEN'S WEAR  GIBSONS  range $100; garbage burner  $55. Parker's Hardware.  Phone 51, Seehelf';.  "Sun" electric tachometer W/  extra head, for any 4 cyl. engine. Complete. R. Ritchie,  {Bok 106 Gibsons. Phone  IO7W. tfn.  BOY'S WEAR     "       '  /  supplies.  Write for  catalog. Vancouver fSawmills  Limited, 1111 E. 7th. Axrenue,  Vancouver  12, B.C. tfn  PERSONAL  Look for Algeah. plaid skirts  and Grandmere wool sweaters  at* Thriftee's Number Two  Store, Gibsons.  Change your fragrance for  fall! A full line of Lentheric  and JDu Barry cosmetics.  Revlon lipsticks with Fut'ur"  amic cases. Fully qualified  and certified cosmeticians to  serve you at all times. Lang8  Drug - Stores, Sechelt and  Gibsons." ,  WATCH  REPAIRS Ty.  Watch and Jewelry Repairs  Marine Men's Wear. Agents  for   W. H.    Grassie.    Fast  reliable service.  tfn  Mr Roy Atchison will not be  responsible for any debts contracted in his name under the  SERVICE FUELS  Ran Vernon  name of arty company except    R.R. 1    Gibsons   Pbo��e 173Q  when signed by him. Alder or Fir Bushwood  _   ���      -_      ''"���'������������������   ��� -������-^ , Mill Slabwood  In Sechelt phone   your :_want      Sand/ Gravel and Cr. Rpck  Products.  ads to Coast News representative Mrs/ E. Lumsdon, 44W.   ��� -    .   �� ���      - ���������������:  TOWING AND /FREIGHTING  W   Nygren, Gibsons 13'���'}tfn  WORK WANTED 7 7     .,.  Spray and brush painting;  also paperhanging. J. Melhus.  Phone   Gibsons   33. tfn  "  w    ���--���  -.11  ...      _c .-.-     -���    1      ��� .������.���        1.    ,...���i.    '���    ������,       .-      i.-..  ii  Ro ofing X... repairs, Chimney  sweeping and repairs. General  repairs" around your home.  R.N. Smith, R.R.L< Gibson^ or  call at Fix-it? sK6p,7- Lower house, this is 7thef ideal -spot-  road, .1 mile east"' of Roberts for the retired folks, full .prices  ,Creek; ���   ,^;^7;   .. only $7000.  .,' --xrawrgis       ���    ''*��� ^-;:; ���:-'";"'^ 200 feeioil tHe port Mellon,  HfcLP WANTED Highway,  a  real  good invest-"'  WANTED:        EXPERIENCED    ment, price $1000.  REAL ESTATE  t, . ��� _,.���,    ,.,,   ������,.-.-,_ ���   -...,-������_._.  TOTEM  FLASHES  The best one> bedroom home  in this area, beautiful knotty  pine living room, smart kitchen, 3 ps. bathroom, the  whole house is in first class  shape and priced to suit you.  Level water-!front lot at Davis  Bay,   comfortable  four    room  EDGER MAN. BOX 454, THE  COAST NEWS, GIBSONS.  p   ������   ���'��� ��� ���     - ������   ������ ������   -������_  ���__������������-���������  Salal pickers wanted. Contact Anne's Flower Shop.  Phone Sechelt* 107.   ,  Part time help wanted. Phone  Gibsons 140. \  '  WANTED \ "  N   ^. "   ��� v" V - ���*��  T.v'H^.IC?,.,,  JU " *��-.�������������> _  Corner lot in Gibsons, priced^ for fast sale  $650.  Always a better buy atN'  TOTEM  REALTY  Gibsons  Wanted town or country,home  .to buy or rent. Gibsons-Sechelt area. School bus. 5310 Elgin Street, Vancouver.  Top trade-in allowance for 1  only used piano in good  shape, on T-V set. Ilichters  Radio;- Sechelt.  FOR SALE  28 inch  Hornet    power.  saw.  Phone' 59 ;R Gibsons.    7 7  Acme Annex Heater, Twhite  porcelain7'enamel. TMade to fit  beside electric or' gas^ range,  2 rings for cooking, with or  without water jacket; TBurrts  wood, kitchen refuse, etc. and  provides heat for your kitch-7  en. Used one year, cost new  $89;50. Can be seen at Lloyd's  Store, Garden Bay.  ��....     -1,1--.       I.     .       !���,,..���-..     . I        ���!      l.-l-H���    . ��� I.     ������    ���������.-. I.  Cottage -model Rock Gas stove  four rings and large oven, in  good condition, {Suitable for  small kitchen. Can be seen at  Lloyd 7s Store, Garden Bay:  32 foot yacht, $5,000 appraisal, for sale. $2,500. Phone  Nanaimo 661Y3. i'4 ���'  i        ��� ���������_���..���������_...���,   ..-   i-., ..-������  .-������ 1 ���    .���1 -   ���'������     " 1 - ���  5 sheep, pure bred with pedigree. C.��P. Ballentine. Gibsons.  , : : _ . _.   10 gauge shotgun, 3-shot pump  and-30-30 Winchester rifle.  Phone George Millar,  Sechelt  116,  .   " j    ��� .    * -  New' tennis    racket and case  $5, Almost- new Valor heater  (kerosene)   $24.    Large   drum .  heater -with pipes $6.50. Furii- :  ace, sawdust burner  and bop-  per $5. 2 bird cages $1 each.  Fulton, Hopkins Landing.  Campus Coats in good supply,  sizes 3 to 18    years,    several  colours,        $5,.95 to       $10.95.  Thriftee Stores, Gibsons.  Thanksgiving turkeys for  sale. Archie Russell, -Gibsons  175R.  2 Hollywood beds, crib and  mattress, Westinghouse fridge,  2 double dressers, night table,  4 drawer chest, studio couch,  350-shot B-B gun, kitchen  tafble, dozens of Mason wide-  mouth pint sealers,. Sechelt  144.  Closest offer to $350, or trade,  on 25-30 h.p. deisel heavy  duty marine engine. Complete  with shaft, propellors, 2 fuel  tanks. Phone Gibsons 15Y or  Box 125, Gibsons B.C.  __-_u;���i-_ =���1  uj   .   .^-y���-,_.,,  3 roon* house, 5 acres land, 94  acre cleared, ��� good well, fruit  trees. On upper road, 5 miles  from Gibsons/ :��� HarryV G.  Pearse, 9011 Oliver rd. R.R.9,  New Westminster.  Super-Valu didn't fcbtherV our  business. Have ideal location  grossing; nearly ninety thousand per year, but business  growing too big' to handle,  coupled with other interests.  Willing to sell all or part of  our prosperous General Store.  Cheap rent, reasonable terms.  If interested phone 4361 Powell River for particulars.  TO  RENT ���  For Guaranteed Watch and  Jewelry  Repairs, ; See  Chris's  , Jewelers,  Sechelt. Work  done  on the premises. tfn  DIRECTORY  PENINSULA    CLEANERS  Cleaners  for  the   Sechelt  Peninsula  Phone:  y Gibsons  100  BECK & DAVIS  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS  Residential Wiring & Repairs  Electrical  Heating   Installed  Anywhere on the Peninsula  Repairs to  All Electrical  Appliances  Free  Estimates   Gladly  Given  Phone Secheli 69W  " PLUMBING  v;  ;Macleod's Plumbing  and Hot-Water Heating "  2 Qualified Plumbers  v Service Anywhere  Fairbanks- Morse Pumps  and Pressure Systems  Wilson  Creek  Phone Sechelt 20M  NOTARY PUBLIC  Legal   Documents   promptly  attended to    7  W.J.   (Jack)  Mayne.  Phone ��� 24.   . . ��� _    Sec%lt^ B.C. ^  C and S SALES, SERVICE  Agents  For _  Propane Gas  Combination Gas  Ranges  Sales  and Installations  .��� y Free' Esiixn ales  Electric and Gas Hot Plates  FURNITURE  ' LINOLEUMS  Phone. 3 Sechelt  TRACTOR. WORK  Clearing, Grading, Excavating.  ��S  Bulldozing  Clearing Teeth  ARCHES   FOR   RENT  A.  E.  Ritchey  Phone Gibsons 176  ��� ��� ���     i._.i    .       ���.  ��� 1 . -1       -4  MARSHALL'S  PLUMBING  HEATING &   SUPPLIES  Phone Gibsons 134, 104 or. 33  ~ GIBSONS  BUILDING    SUPPLIES  LTD.  "WE    CARRY   THE   STOCK"  ��� Phone Gibsons 53  Notions���Cards���Toys  Miscellaneous Gifts  THRIFTEE    STORES    .  Left of Post Office  Gibsons, B.C.  Headquarters For Wool  TELEVISION        ~"  SALES AND SERVICE  Fast work - Guaranteed  10% Down - Easy  Terms  RICHTER'S RADIO ��� T-V  Fine Home  Furnishings  _ Phone 6 Sechelt  WIRING and APPLIANCE  SALES  Electrical Wiring  Alterations and Repairs  F. UTTING, WILSON CREEK  Phone   5H  or   1ST  Home and Industrial Wiring  Electrical Healing  GIBSONS    ELECTRIC  Phone 130  Authorized   GE   Dealer  Radios, Appliances, TV Service  TO TOUR EUROPE  Mrs V.F. Dunn left this  week on a cruise of the Med-  iterraneian iafooaird \the M.S.  Leoville, of which her son-in-  law Invaar Haas is captain.  Mrs Dunn flew from Vancouver to meet the Captain and her  daughter  in New York..  $25  REWARD  for information leading to the  conviction of the persons  driving my sheep away from  my land., Wm. Meslsenger,  R.R.  1  Gibsons  Locker & Freezer Owners!  BABY BEEF is now cominjg on the market    *  in QUALITY and QUANITY.  *   Sides of  BABY   BEEF  35  Approx.  125  lbs.  t>er side  Ready  to  Eat  34-Skinned. De-Fatied  HAMS  63 c  Ii)  Half or Whole  Nutritious' Grass Fed  STEER BEEF  Front Quarters  25 c lb  About  125  lbs  per Quarter  Fresh, Local Shoulders  LAMB  33 c II  Half or Whole  FANCY       LOCAL     APPLES,  Orchard Run, Blemish Free  20 lbs    $1.39  , GIBSONS BOAT WORKS  'y  Boat Builders & Repairers  .  Phone  Gibsons  11IX  .  LAURIE SPECK  HEATING   & SHEET METAL  .y"'7 Gibsons. 149  Modern 4-room cottage at'  Hopkins. Some furniture. Vacant Oct. 1. Rent $37.50  month.  Apply; Hopkins   124Y.  2 unfurnished suites for relit,  phone Gibsons 72F.  5 room waterfront cottage  Gower Point, Oil range, electric appliances, fully furnished. Oct. Ii F.A. Jordan R.R 1  Gibsons. Phone Gibsons 8F,  Adults preferred.    References.  ""* gibsons       : --; ���  Newest Shopping Centre  JOHN  COLERIDGE  REALTY  Oldest Real Estate Office  .   Between Lang's Drug Store  Woods Hardware  Georgian Block  Look for Ihe Big Neon  Sign  insurance"^ ~"  SECHELT INSURANCE  AGENCIES  Real Estate  Property   Management  Insurance  Office   phone   22F  T.E. DUFFY, Agent  Residence 31Q  I. MACKAY, Salesman.  Residence 70F  Fire, Auto, Liability. Prompt  courteous service. Totem Realty, Gibsons  H.B. GORDON AGENCIES  Sechelt  REAL ESTATE  and INSURANCE  Phone   53 Evenings  and  HoUdays   115  WIRING v  Commercial & Residential  Electric  Space Heating  Anywhere on the Teninsuia  PARKER and SIM  ELECTRIC  Parker's  Hardware  Secheli 51 -��� 130 Evenings  LIFE INSURANCE  Continental Life  Insurance   Company  LORNBi BLAIN, Agent  Box 188 Phone 82G  Gibsons  HILL'S   MACHINE    SHOP  Mobilized Welding  Welding Any where-���Any time  ' Expert    Tradesmen  Precision    Machinists  Phone 54 Residence  152  P  B.L.   COPE  Auditor   and  Accountant  Fifty Years' Experience.  foberts Creek, B.C.  hone, Gibscns 22C  LET US HELP YOU  PLAN NOW  For your  Construction Needs  All types of  BUILDING or ALTERATIONS  and LIGHT GRADING  Smith & Peterson Construction  Ltd.  Phone 28. 85 or 90Q, Gibsons  '"        PENINSULA  ACCOUNTING SERVICE  Al!  Types of Accounting  Problem:; Expertly Attended  Village Enterprises Bldg.  Sechelt  Office Open 9 a.m.���5 p.m.  Daily  Phone Sechelt 98F  REFRIGERATION  SALES and SERVICE  Commercial ��� Domestic  25 Years' Experience  A. M.  CAMPBELL  SECHELT 83Q  WHOLESALE   &  RETAIL       MEATS, FRUITS. VEGETABLES  No. 1 on the Phone ��� ��� ��� No. 1 in the Home  Sechelt Lockers  in  CLEAN IMG  '56 CHEVS & PONTIACS  REDUCED PRICES!  ���^A-  t  IJ/EI)   CACX  56 Ford Prefect Sedan; 2000 Miies  53 Chevrolet Sedan   a Beauty  53 Austin A-40 Sedantopcondition-Newti*m  54 Ghev. DeLuxe Sedan Beautiful 2 - Tone  52 Plymouth Sedan a Nice f^uy car  51 Austin Station Wagon Hard To Get  ... ! l ' ' ��� "  49    AUStin ' A-40   iSedan Real Economy  50 Chev. Sedan    ^Z^  $489 50 Pontiac  Coupe  $389 48  Pontiac Sedan  $279 47  Chev.  47 Mercury  $139  $1389  $1369  $689  $1469  $889  $389  $369  $685  50  For*  49 Ford  47  Pontiac  $289  $199  TRUCK/  55 Chev. 2��d sanes i/gT. Pick-Up  54 Chev. DeLuxe cd. V2T. Pick-Up  49 International Panel  41 Dodge y2T. Pick-Up  52 Chev. 3T. C&C ;os/esehdaPe  1689  1189  $289  $195  $11  9   W   &a _^%  ODUCTS, LT  THE NAME THAT MEANS A GOOD DEAL  Phone Sechelt 10 WUson Creek Uncertain of what the future  holds for her, Mrs Lili Vlach  rests her head on the shoulder of her husband, Karel, after  a meeting with her mother,  Mrs Marketa Muller, who is  trying to have their marriage  annulled. Mrs Muller instigated a charge of perjury against  her daughter, saying that Lili  is only 16 and put her age as  21 on her marriage licsense.  At the meeting Mrs Muller  asked Lili to return to the  Muller home near Aurora,  Ont., but Lili and her husband  emphasized their intention to  stay together. As her mother  left her, in the Toronto hotel  where ,the attempted reconciliation meeting was staged,  Lili asked her mother to kiss  her but Mrs Muller hurried  out. The Muller family are  refugee ex-millioniares from  Czechoslovakia.      ���*  Girl recovers  Eight-year old Diana Hopkins, daughter of Mr and Mrs  George Hopkins has made an  amazing recovery after she  -was hit fey a speed boat while  swimming.  NOTICE  New Bus Schedule  y    EFFECTIVE: OcJ. Is*. 1356  The nevir Schedule may be seen at the  TICKET OFFICE,   GIBSONS WIIAIiF or  ; SECHELT MOTOR TRANSPORT OFFICE/ Secheli  PACIFIC STAGE LINES DEPOT, Vancouver 3B.C. or  BUS  DEPOT.  POWELL  RIVER  B.C.  Any objections to this schedule niay be filed with  the Motor Carriers Branch of the Public Utilities  Commission,   1740   West   Georgia  Street, .Vancouver  within 147days -^omldate. of this Xnewspaper'���'-issue777  Sechelt Motor Transport Ltd.  Dated at Sechelt B.C.  Sept. 20, 1956. ,  It's Time for  Duo  h e r m  Dependable Economical  OIL HEAT  lJ, HARDWARE  'appliances  Phone 32  Gib  sons  ry T ~" ' '.__________ rX^tCZ���T���^HJfl____:���'"'���l&CZ.^'���'jjfsy^v^^X3E2?*^^'?Tfi3B^'^ P"!  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Sealed lenders, addressed to the undersigned^ endorsed 'Tender for Davis Bay School' will be received up  to 6 p.m. on Monday, October 1, 1956.  A certified bank cheque or bid deposit bond equal to  ten (10) per cent of ihe amount of theieiti&er. must accompany the bid, also a letter from an approved Bonding Company agreeing io furnish a completion bond equal to fifty  (50) per cent of the amount of ihe contract.., A returnable  deposit of $15.00 is required; for each set of plans which  may be obtained at the School Board Office, Gibsons, B.C.  No tender will be considered having any qualifying  clauses whatsoever, and the lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  Mrs. Anne Burns,  Secretary-Treasurer,  Board of School Trustees,  School District No. 46 (Sechelt),  Gibsons, B.C.  g��MSflM5l_Ml-B----^^  6    Coast News, Sept. 20, 1956  Port Mellon  MRS.M. WEST  Visiting with Mr and Mrs  Harold Bursey were Mr Bur-  sey's brother and his wife.  Karen Macdonald of Glen  Eagles has spent several days  with her friend Diane Proulx.  Mr and Mrs E. Hume and  Mr and Mrs C. Addison are  holidaying on Vancouver Island and the States.  Mr and Mrs H. Taylor of  Davis Bay spent the weekend  with their daughter and family, Mr and Mrs M. Nelson.  Attending the B.C. Pulp  and Paper Conference on job  analysis and classification of  mechanics are Mr C.B. Davies,  Mr D. Macklam, Mr J. Clark,  and Mr A. Lockwood.  Brownie and Trudy having  left Goldie in Holland with a  friend of Mrs King are at  present in England and experienced a rough channel  crossing.  Engagement  Mrs. Margaret E. Campbell  announces the engagement of  Ber daughter, Helten Deanna  Finnie of Vanderhoof, to John  Harvey Little, on of Mr. and  Mrs. J.O. Little of Wilson  Creek.  They will be married* 8 p'.m.  Thursday, Sept. 20, in the  First Memorial United Church  in Vanderhoof. An open reception will follow in the Vanderhoof hall at 9 p.m.  Cabaret at  Roberts Creek  The annual     caberet    and  dance of the Roberts Greek  Hall rBoard will be held Friday, Sept. 28 at 10 p.m. ia|he  Roberts Creek Hall, for adults  only. Tickets can be obtained  from the Hall Board, Mr Prewar and the M and W Store  in Gibsons, as well as from  Mrs Eldred and Mrs Laidlaw  in  Sechelt.  ������%%y..  Volunteers  are  requested! toi  Thelp in the building of tables;  for the forthcoming cabaretVat  the Roberts Creek Hall.    The  hall  board  is    building  '-'the-,  tables which  hould  raise   the  hall     rental as    there    are a  number  of  organizations    ori  the Peninsula    who    require  tables, but are unable to find  a suitably equipped hall,    y  mgs  REID  ���   BROWN  A quiet wedding was solemnized in Gibson last Friday when Margaret Reid,  daughter of Mr and Mrs Edwin Reid of Sinclair Bay was  united in marriage to Mr William Dalton Brown, the second son of Mr and Mrs James  Brown  of  Irvine's Landing.  Miss : Phyllis Reid Vras  bridesmaid for her sister,  while Mr Albert Burt support  ed the groom.  After a short honeymoon in  Vancouver the couple' have  taken up residence at Farring-  ton Cove, Pender Harbour.  /,  Winners of the raffle held  by the' Gibsons Junior. Poultry  Club are: Sheila Dahroth of  Roberts Creek, 1st prize; W.  E. Drew of Wilson Creek, 2nd  prize.  i  SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK -S^lgr By R. l^^j  INDIAN, 0?*#  ��� , OF oft. PERfAJHlHQ  .���10 A.HCIEHT J.VDIA, M_  JlHHABl'fAH'f-* OR KS  jlAH<j-A_i_..  lydian; ,  Sof^oR.EfTp>tm/d��!  ALSO, VOLUPTUOUS.  A#fiEM'pS!��?A>/lAfl0K-.'������:.'  WAS WtiAtOPORf/Li OR.  Anozwf VflHC.  l!  I i  1$ .AID 'M-ftl V1WAHIS--        ���T -,  1   H.U<�� CAN CHMW BCrlH BlM> WV&gh  WORLD'S PEIPESf  MAH-MAvDE.-rt0li<  AHDJI-WJEXL-t  T    BIN  SCHOOL ��ALL, GIBSONS  OCT 6 - - 8 P.M. SHARP  KIWANIS WELFARE FUND  Has  Just Substantially  Increased  8n Piiefc;  Agents  'I','-   ���:���'������  .v.!'"--  i>..)U_    CJiOt  WE PAY  .0-(___V_J_____i_  r  \r:n  SEPT. 21 & 22  rine  2 lb. Pkg.  5 Roses Flour  Milk  10 lbs. ��_���___���___. 5 lb.  PAPER BAGS 25 lb.  QUARTS  1.69  Campbells  TOMATO  VEGETABLE  2 FOR  White & Brown Bread  OTHER VARIETIES      2 FOB.  ��0AF  CASE  w  ���.  Nylon tricot is now    available in a heavy guage,    ideal  for  winter slumber wear  bnt  happily with the same quick-  wash,   drip-dry  qualities. This  one ready to pack into college}-  bound trunks, is white plaid-  ed in green and    blue. It    is  very    simple  but    with  lines  pretty   enough  to    wear    for  lounging.   White   is  used    for  the .  stand-away    collar,    the  sleeve  trim and the sash are  of white  satin,   green  on  the  reverse  side. The sleeves can  be pushed up or worn below  the elbow.  Nabob Coffee III  Potatoes  Celery  Bananas .  Peaches  Weiners  1.14  NETTED GEMS 10 lbs FOR  LARGE HEADS EACH  2 lbs  FOR  10c  No. 1 FREESTONE  PER CRATE  2.29  lb 30c PORPOISE BAY  EFFICIENT  Service Anywhere In  SEQiELT INLET  LOU FOX  PHONE SECHELT   30 or  135  . ������ t',V  GRANTHAMS  COMMUNITY HALL  EVERV FRIDAY  ���8 P.  That old devil Rawhide will  be returning soon? for his daily stint on the CBC Trans-  Canada Network. A rubbery  faced character -��� we think  his name is Max 'Ferguson ���  is shown here trying to give  his impressions of some of the  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  \ A GOOD STOCK OF     ���  GOODYEAR   TIRES  ^BATTERIES     ACCESSORIES  I     Kleindale  BY  PHYLLIS -M.  HODGSON     from Tuile>  California  FOR  QUALITY  and  ECONOMY  #^SE'v77^;.  TURKISH CHIEF  COFFEE  Food ads  are  news  save  ymi money  Coast Mtw  Dr.�� Don Bea-ch of West Vancouver spent the weekend  with Mr and Mrs N.F. Rudolph.     - .  Warren and Lome McKibb-  on are in Toronto visiting  . their   grandparents..  Mr arid Mrs Harold Wilson  were   in   Vancouver    visiting  their    doaughter,     Mrs    Ted  Hopkins  and    family.     High-  'light of the occasion    was    a  family dinner at Bamboo Terrace  celebrating  Mr  and Mrs  Hopkins   10th wedding  anniversary.   Returning  home  with  theTWilsons' were Mr and Mrs  R.  Welsh from Kelso    Wash. .  who will be their   guests for  a week. _,  ���  "    On Thursday  of  last week  a pleasant afternoon-was haji  at the home  of Mrs    Gosden  when three    tables of, 7 whist ���  were in play. Honors went toy  Mrs Lovell and Mrs Griffis.  Mr and MrsHarkness    are  *    spending the month withthe  E.L. Bakers. Mr an&Mrs JfW.  Hermon who were their guests  last week have now returned  :-".. home.:.. ���. :"77 y % 'y yryy. rXyy :  Mr and Mrs-W. Barker were  : recent    guests of    the    E.A.  :; Maihwariiigs. ;/7.:?7':7-  xyxy.Mvx'aa&rltixs- W. Hope Grant  "ri^cargai^ '  and Mrs AX>. Grant at    Rit's  ."   Motel. ' . 7 .yi  ��� : Mr^and Mrs Inder with Mrs  Jeaipuse ^were -guests of Mrs  A.E. Allan.  Mr and Mrs Ernie  Sergant  visited White Rock for a.family T dinner   ^  daughter's birthday.      '  Mrs Rousell who spent the  surnirter with   "her    daughter.  ��� Mrs   C.y ifebirison aridffamily '  has returned to her home in  Moose Jaw.  Recent guests of the R. Nim-  , mo's were Mr and    Mrs    J.  Nimmo ?nd Miss Mabel Conrad from Vancouver^   .:*''  LAC.  Ron DeMarko  R.C.A.  F. was home on two    weeks  ^embarkation    leave  prior    to  leaving for his posting in Sol-  engen, Germany. '  Mr R.A. Bethune was guest  at the home of his daughter,  Mrs E. Henniker. Mrs A.C.  Claxton of Vancouver  is also  ��� guest at the Henniker home.  On Sunday Sept. 16 the two  sons of Mr and Mrs Harold  Fearn received the ��� names  Samuel Swann and John Timothy at a baptismal service  in Gibson ' Memorial United  church. Rev. D,., Donaldson  officiated and Mrs George  Cook was their God-mother.  Basking in the warm sunshine is in store for Mr and  Mrs 'Don McLean who left ;  Tuesday to holiday in Honolulu. They will visit the  Whitakers, formerly- of Davis  Bay.'      ������'��� k y.  Ono  Wednesday,   Sept     12.  Headlands service club met at  the home of Mrs Reg Adams ,  when    plans were made for a  November tea.  Mr and Mrs Thomas Parker     .  of Hopkins have bought Mrs  Bushfield's       home       'Cedar  Crest.'  They expect to   move  .on Oct. 1.  Choosing the Sunshine  Coast for retirement Lt. Col7  Gordon. Carmichel M.C.E.D.  and Mrs Carmichel formerly  of 7 West - "^  bought they; Norihan.7 3M��Kaiy  home on Fletcher Rd.  Mrs S.R. Frost of Hope cottage is enjoying a visit from  her family, Mr and Mrs Cecil  Wolfe-Jones      and      Priscella  Police Court  George   Leslie  Hamilton   of  New  Westminster, James  Cat-  terall,  Sechelt;  James Hunter,  John Winter, John Black and  George Adamson  of Vancouv-  ���; er;   Ronald   Hughes,   Gibsons,  Klaas  Smit,  Pender   Harbour;  , Douglas Hazeleton of 100-Mile  House;  were   each  fined    $25  and costs in Magistrate  Johnston's  court for  speeding    on  Sechelt highway. ��  For driving without due  care and attention, Eric Klem-  er of Powell River was fined  $25 and costs.  Fishing at Ruby Lake without a license cost Don Hird  and J.A. Philp of Pender  Harbour $10 and costs each.  Donald Pollock, Wilfred  Kummerle and Peter Dubois,  all of Pender Harbour, hunting without licenses, were  each fined $20 and costs.  Robert Allen Wray of Pend-  ii/r    tt>    j  -ct        ���     ���        ,      .     er Harbour was charged with  Mr Fred Fearnie is     about ,. ���-     U1.      ..,.,.  .   creating a public mischief,  in  again after a three week stay   reporting    that he had    been  in Pender Hospital. . /.heldoup. and^robbed of $25'by  Coast News, Sept. 20, 1956    7  three men hear Pender Harbour. He was found guilty  and given six month's suspended sentence on his bond  of $500.  For operating a    truck    on  passenger   car  license     plates  George    Wagmen of    Sechelt'  was fined $25 and costs.  Cyprian August ,of Sechelt,  for being drunk on the Reserve, was fined $5' and costs.  A fine of $150 and 6 months'  suspension of drivers license  was meted out to' Fadel Fitz-  louie-for driving while his ability v/as impaired.  I.O.O.F.  Sunshine  Coast  Lodge No.76 meets Gib  son's Legion Hall 2nd and'  4th Friday  each month.  characters on the Rawhide  show. They are (left to right  top) Grannie: Peter Lorre;  Marvin Mellobell, stuffy CBC  announcer; Ferguson as .Ferguson; (across bottom) Mary  Woll.estonecraft; Harold Spider; SirCedric, and Arnprior. .,  What's Nem at Chris's?  IMPORTED SETS:-'EAR-RINGSv & NECKLET^    -_  TOPAZ.  TORqblSEy PEARL  'CORA' ��� A DISTtNCTIVE NEW LINE OF  'Delightful baubles io brighten ihe eye. and  gladden the heart of iho wearer!* _���  ���''*���. .     -      '    (   ' "''���-; ��� ''���'("' . ' '  ��� " * ���'���/'*;���   ���' *'' A ,'��� '.���������'  7 Chris's  Jewelers  TWO-PIECE MODERN CHESTERFIELD SUITE, with  BUILT-IN COFFEE TABLES;     "  YOUR CHOICE OF A WIDE RANGE OF UPHOLSTERY  IN  TODAY'S  NEW  COLORS.  CHESTERFIELD CONVERTS INTO A  COMFORTABLE BED.  SUITE  $199  RICHTER'S ARE PREPARED TO SHOW YOU A WIDER  VARIETY OF  ��� Radio, T-V and HI-FI sets  THAN EVER'BEFORE.  Rfchfer's Radio TV  PHONE 96 ��� SECHELT.  PHONE SECHELT   6  End of a  .?     ,  V  '  Ready for the first load! The gates open and this GMC just  sits there -sturdy and solid! 141/_-tons of limestone is a  heavy load ... but this W-9900 was built to take it'  Meet George Rusanov, one of'many independent truck oper-j  atorj; helping to build new docks for Canada's St. Lawrence  Seaway;  The slip he holds in his hand represents.raore than  just another load delivered. It tells how his GMC W-9900  carries this l4V_-ton lbaci for 25 miles over the roughest,  toughest of roads���and does it six, seven, eight times a day.  But it doesn't tell how that load, pounded down into his truck  .from the^ hopper above, gave it a real workout. George doesn't  worry about that,. He has confidence in his truck, it's a GMC  .. i . built to take the toughest kind of punishment and deliver  the goods���when and where you want them.   You can have  this easy kind of confidence too, with a custom-created GMC���  built for the job you have to do.  See your GMC dealer now!  1 -*-"&..  The load delivered! George's GMC W-9900 is a stand-out  performer, helping to push this dock out into the lake, in  everyway, GMC tracks outdo 'em all!  THE CHOICE OF ANY WISE TRUCKER  A GENERAL MOTORS VALUE  GMC-9568  PHONE SECHELT 10  THE NAME THAT MEANS A GOOD DEAL  WILSON CREEK B.C. fiOATS MILK  ALWAYS AVAILABLE  30c <_t. 16c pt.  Delivered From  ROBERT'S CREEK  ���    ..,to-,.-:  HOPKINS LANDING  including  Gower Point  GEORGE CHARMAN  Phone Gibsons 148M  'echelt news items  BY MRS. A. A. FRENCH  lifiss Margaret Williams  visiting her patents Mr and  Mrs Willianms. She worked  here with St. Hilda's children's choir and is now a member of   the    Christ      Church  OPENING AVAILABLE  on permanent staff of Port    Mellon general office, fox junior  office girl,    with  knowledge of typing.    Shorthand desirable.  Apply in writing to Personnel Department, '  Canadian Forest Products, Port Mellon, B.C.  -iniwmuni  iiHiiwnmMnniiiwnwmp  ������������_���__�������� ���(��������>��� wuum ww****nmm  PHONE GIBSONS 151  TIMBER WANTED  We Cruise and Estimate  arid PAY CASH on Signing  ��� - . the Contract  SUCRE LUMBER CO.  Phone 151  SAWMILLS  Gibsons  Choir in Vancouver.  The L.A, to the    Brownies  and Girl    Guides had    their  first meeting of the    year)at  the home of Mrs Roy Taylor.  Several  new, members    were  received.  Mrs Betty  WillisuTtis  who has been Brown. Owi-for  many years has resigned and  will be missed for her work  with  the   girls.   Mrs    Phyliss  Hicks  replaces her  as Brown  Owl,  Mrs Andy Wilson and family have moved to their water  front property, and Mr and  Mrs Bob Lemeiux have moved to the house formerly, occupied by Mrs Wilson (nee  Dora Doyle).  Mrs May MacKay and Mrs  W. Prestwood of Vancouver  are- visiting Mrs Margaret  Gibson.  Mrs L. Brackett and family  are back home after a few  months with Mr Brackett at  Knight Inlet.  Mrs M. Millar of Webster's  Corners B.C. held a 'Stanley'  party at the home of Mrs E.  Xolke,. Mrs Koike and Mrs  C. Paterson were co-hostesses.  The Ralph Johnsons have  had their daugters Pat, from  CaHgary and Frances from the  General hospital, Vancouver,  for their holidays. Ralph's v  brother Eric of Toronto was  there also. The girls did some  long distance swimming with  Geraftdine Neal, completing  the'distance from Trail Island  to the Jphnson homey  Mrs Alice Kent will be  moving from the village to  the Redmain  estate.  Mary Parker, daughter of  Mr and Mrs Jim Parker, has  started her training at the  Roya'l   Columbian  Hospital.  Mrs Andy Wilson entertained a number of Sechelt  ladies at a social evening  recently.  Mrs E. Mosley leaves Sechelt* for Nelson, B,.C.  On holidays from Sechelt  are the Tom Duffys to the  interior and the A. Macklins  for Eastern Canalda and the  States.  Mr and Mrs, O.K. Engen  have recently enjoyed visits  from friends and relatives  from Chilliwack, Vancouver.  Woodfibre,. Burnaby and Vic--  -   tofia;  Mr   Matt    Whiteford    from.  8    Coast News, Sept. 20, 1956  Kamloops   is visiting  his sister, Mrs Margaret Gibson.  ��� New comers to West Sechelt  are Mr and Mrs W.    Dooley  and family of Kateilodps.    "  JOHN J. DUNKIN  Doctor of Optometry  906 Birks Building  Vancouver; rc.  FALL SKIRTS     y  Beautiful new fabrics, well styled, good lines.  TWEEDS PLAIDS FELTS '  and many other new materials to choose from.  FALL DRESSES     *  We suggest PURE WOOL FLAMINGO TWEED/ or  ACRYLON JERSEY, Lovely in color and fashion,.  and made for a minimum of care!  FALL COATS  Watch for the arrival of these. You'll be  delighted with the new styles and materials.  And please note, we have a LAY AWAY PLAN =*--  Ask about it.  IRENE'S MESS &STYLE SJIOPPE  Theatre Bldg.  Phone 35R  GIBSONS  PRICES   EFFECTIVE  THURSDA Y SEPT. 20  TUESDAY  NO.  5  LYNN VALLEY  15 oz.  Bleach  Pats  *Carrots Choice  4>/45e  PERFEX     64 oz.    4��$C  QUAKER     48 oz.    ��$ /C  ROYAL CITY  ���'  15 o��.:"'���'"���':  2/27c  <��  Capri Biscuits  ���       ���   ���'    ! r    ���������������.���.������...:!������.:���...,������!���.������>������*'.������     -~    -  25  PARKAY    2 lb.    v9C  ' ���:'"i ..'".������'������        ' '-,'-.. '  $115  10c  CJJISCO    3 lb.  WESTOBTS   P^G.  PAPERS $ CLEANERS  Kleenex  (White ��� Pink ��� Yellow)  400's  Ea.  35  c  Toilet Tissue  WESTMINSTER  4 ROLLS  Wax Paper  CUT RITE.  100 f_.#   Ea.  Soap P'wder  TIDE  KING SIZE  Toilet Soap  LUX  3 FOR  39c  29c  1.38  24c  FLOUR  5 ROSES  5 lb bag       39c  111 lb  24 Ib bag $1.79  X  %������  MISCElLANmUS  Butter  FRASER VALLEY    l's  Dog Meal  GAINES   5 lb.    Ea.  Light Globes  (25's40Js60's)Ef.  ALL POPULAR  BRANDS     CTN.  ��f2��95  .  Fresh and Cooked Meats  Apples  Bananas  Onions  Turnips  Potatoes  SWEET & JUICY  GOOD  FOR  EATING  FIRM & RIPE  HI-TEST  144's     2 doz.  21&  25c  2lh  *��� tf��S��  21b.  13c  2lb.  13c  "l6ilb.  49c  Round Steak or Roasts  Pork Chops lean  , ** ' - ���'-*'..  Ground Beef Lean  IS.  is. 30c  PHONE ORDERS  ACCEPTED  STORE HOURS: Monday Through Saturday   9 a.m. To 6 p.m.  PHONE 26   -   SECHELT  Prices Here are  a me as Those  vertised in  Oty Papers


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