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 Published  in   Gibsons,  B��� C,  Volume 10, Number* jfi  October ^ 1956 ^i |  ! The Sechelt Board of Commissioners has received samples of bylaws on the sale of  milk within the village, to be  studied by the chairman of  the Committee. Recommendations as to action which should  he taken will be set before the  next meeting;- it was decided  at the Oct; 3 meeting.  ; Correspondence included a  "ft'TyiiFsi  letter of thanks from the Sechelt Volunteer Fife Brigade,  for receipt of the grant a-  mounting to $500. An agreement between the Union  Steamships Co. Ltd;, and the  corporation, provides the leasing of a ravine adjacent to  Porpoise Bay for garbage disposal'.  The property comprises a  little over one acre, and will  probably be leased for a period of 5 years. -  Accounts payable, amounting to $2,521, were approved  for payment before the meeting, adjourned. Next meeting  will be held Oct. 17.  Mail boxes  torn down  Six mail boxes were torn  from their posts over the  weekend, R.C. Rhodes, rural  mailman has reported to the  RCMP.  7 In addition many mail boxes  had been turnedf indicating  mail' to foe picked up when  there was no maily This slowed up delivery, Mr Rhodes reports.  The (mischief wris widespread and not in a small  area. Police are checking.  New /shop  for Sechelt  ^f^^t^0t^^tf^^.  of $200*'"- presented 7 by 7 the  Pulp. aridyPaper y Industry in  British Columbia for postgraduate' i study at' Edinburgh:  is Peter Hector Pear��e,.above.  Two other awards each of  $500 were made by the Pulp  and. Raper Industry to Robert  WiHiafcn Kennedy who will  studyi'Wqod Technology /at  Yty.e, .,and William Forbes!  Murison who '������.'' will study Forest Ecology at UBC. Both of  the latter are working towards  a PHiD.    7        T '////  80th'birthday  Mr John Reeves celebrated  his 80th birthday with a family gathering ��� at T Velrhiore  ranch, the old place where he  took up the pre-emption in  1906.. He and his wdfe^ who  came here 1914, have seen  many, rhanges take place on  Roberts Creek. The latest improvement after 40 years in.  the farm house/being the installation of lights and phone  two years ago.  The family presented Mr  Reeves with an electric shaver, and during the evening  celebrations pinned a red carnation on him in honor of a  wonderful father. *  Sechelt will soon have a  modern Tom Boy Store.  yyy Construction is progressing  well, ywithT the floor    poured,  Tand  anew cement    sidewalk  ^aching frpna^(^?side, of- the.  '��� .present ^ Claj^ffis'T Grocery to  the far ^ide of the hew   Tom  . B<jy store.' Plumbing and wir-  . ing : outlets have all been installed.     -r^: '��� /"'/./.  -_���������;,A. bigTparking lot , west of  and adjoining the store has  been j>aved. _  gainsstren(  Mr Henniker, chairrnan of  the Peninsula branch Canadian National Institute for the  Blind, reports receipts totalling $160 for the first week  of their annual campaign for  funds. .  Response from clubs and  organizations on the Peninsula  has been good and the house  to house canvass appears to  have been well received but  -with a target of $500 as its  objectiye the local branch  hopes the next' two weeks will  bring substantial response to  their appeal.  Cook  surprise  d  MOVES TO OTTAWA  Mr Bill Grainger, whose parents reside at West Sechelt  has been promoted to Ottawa  as Technician, after serving  7 years on the weather ship  'Stonetown'.  . The cook at the Indian Residential school, Sechelt received a fright and was sprinkled  with soot, when one of the jets  of the cook stove, which had  become clogged, blew out  and scattered the oily soot  over her kitchen last Friday.  There was no fire, though  ' the vFire Brigade was called  and made certain all was well.  Up. fiiiiarxl e. Ireland,  %  Archive B. C�����  Parliament Bldg,  Victoria* 8* c.  �� 9  Serving the Growing  Sunshine Coast  new  life's Darkest Moment  are  A VEBSreK CLASSIC  ���     X^_,vv_,   ,  Runners-up     for  . the:y 1  thirty prizes in the Pulp arid  Paper Industry's tenth annual  Essay Contest will    receive a  much better reward this year  than  an  honorable     nientiony  The Pulp and/Paper Iridustf|T  has designed and prepared |h>  educational   game  whic-i. wilt  serve as a    consolation    priz|7  to the first 1500 runners-up.//  Telling       picture story    Of  Forestry and forest utilization;  v right from the  seedling    tre��  to pulp and paper, the gameT  which requires judgment and  skill on the part of/the players, concentrates on the forest^  ry" theme throughout. It's ap:  peal is based  on he    natural  fascination   of  young    people  for the spectacular equipment,  and the magic appeal  of the  scientific technology    employ/  ed by the 'industry.  Regular prizes    valued    at  $1,750 will still be given for  the top 30 essays, first, second,  third in five zones, junior and  senior divisions.  The 1956 essay topic is 'Why  British Columbia's Pulp     and  Paper ' Industry   Depends "   on  Export Markets'.  To  help  essay writers  with  their work,  a complete set of information-  is  available    from  the    Pulp  and   Paper   Industry's     Essay r.  Headquarters, -Forest   "Indus/  tries   Bu^ldng,    550     Burrard'  Street, Vancouver 1, B.C.  ALKAU   1KB,OF THe BAR C? OUTFIT,  AUP TH�� QUICKEST AtoW ON ^e OJVkW  IM ALL~1&XAS.  lS.ABOUT1Z> STAKT  ApTCR  eiCLV-7fVe KID,  /NOTORIOUS  ^KlLl-BFi, WHO HAS iHKeATeNeOTo  SHOOT HIM  OM   SI6HT ���  ��� '      ���  ������ .' - :   ���         6) Nt�� T��rt Hw.M TnWw t��_ .-  &:.* &/feT  Mrs. A. Thomas  Mrs Ada Mary Thomas,; 71,  .for the past eight years a res-  _ ident .of ,.the' Headlands  area^��^L,eoriard./Rvo^e.  died on   Friday'"Uast at   "hler��v '  '^yyyriXX'" :'X'X  home. She had not-   been    in  good health for some time.  ��� In addition' to her husband,  Thomas  Thomas,  she    leaves  her daughter Betty (Mrs Len  Allen,    and three    sisters    in  Canada and four in England  where- she was born.  The funeral service was conducted by Canon Oswald    at  St.   Bartholomew's     Anglican  t Churfch in Gibsons, and buriaL  was made in the Seaview cemetery.  Fine artists available  programs  Lois Marshall Teressa Grey  and Margaret Harshaw.  Contraltos: , Dorothy Coles,  Joan Maxwell and Betty Allen.  Tenors:   Loren   Driscoll^  Baritones: John Langstaff,  Robert McFerrin, Walter Casr  sel and^Carl Palangi.  Harpist: Zabaleta.  Harpsichordist: John Hamilton. .     y. ."���.������ 7    ���'.:-:'  Guitarist: Ray - De Latorre.  Saxophonist: Sigurd Rascher.  Ensembles, instrumental:  Rimanoczy, String Quartet,  - Cassenti Players, wind and  string, Cassenti       Players,  Woodwind quintet," Eger Players, featuring French Horn;  Vancouver Concert Orchestra,  health  unit  Officials of the B.C. Tuberculosis Society in Gibsons  announce the organization  is spending $12,000 of Christmas Seal Sale funds to pro-  Vide sterilization euipmefti  for   Health   Units   throughout  B.Q.  The autoclave which has  been presented to the Gibsons  area is valued at $250.  ��� The Society , which wages-  a year-round preventative War  against TB, made the grakts  en the advice 'of itsmeditfal  advisory committee, following  a survey of health units heeds.  The survey showed that  many health units did najot  have sterilization equipment  and depended on nearby "hospitals for sterilization Xo��  equipment such as hypodermic needles which ade used  to give streptomyiin to 'TB  outpatients. ���''���.��  For music lovers on the  Peninsula'-anticipating- a winter concert series, the Overture  Concert Association committee has announced a list of  available artists. The association in Vancouver advises  that other attractions may be  available on request.  Grouped according to their  classification   they  are:    .7  % Pianists: Marie Aimee War-  rot, Mortimer Markhoff, Jacob  Lateiner, Mario Bernardi,  Grant Johannesen and Ruth  Slenczynska.      .  'Cellists:   Zara  Nelsova  and  Conference  at camp  About 130 students and":25  faculty members attended the  rbcons 'arimial University 0_J  B; C. Leadership conference  Oct. 5 at.-. the YMCA's' Camp  Elphinstone. The conference  was sponsored by Student  Council..  University President N.A.M.  MacKenzie With faculty deann  and professors met with campus leaders and organizers .Ao  discuss common problems.  Topics included current dam-  pus    affairs,   ��� athletics, *  club  Violinist's:. Arthur Poison,  Gerald JarVis, Betty Jean Ha-.  ,gen, Ruggiero Ricci, Eslher  rGlazer and Zvi Zeitlin.  Sopranos:    Helen      George,  Kitten  ���A: -'Johh'M^sOn^y-- Stcchnet  ^and^-aurd^di_rety7':j^iyities^studen^ -  ���-Horowitz, duo pianos and the     faculty-alumni relations.  Smiths,  duo pianists.  Ensembles, vocal: Singing  Boys of Norway, Don Cossacks  University of Alberta Chorus  and The Star Singers, Seattle,  Further information may be  available before the end of  the membership campaign, Mr  Zukerman advises.  Student delegates includ&a;  student council members, club  an society presidents and laSt  year's honorary award winners.  (Iiiinli Services  Oct. 14th 1956  ANGLICAN  ,���  20th Sunday after Trinity  Si. Bartholomew's,    Gibsons  11.00 a.m. Sunday School  St. Hilda's    Sechelt  ��� 11.00 a.m." Sunday School  '1.45 pm Evensong  Si. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  11.00  a.m.^ Holy   Communion  Sunday School  11.00 A.M.  Port  Mellon  Community Church  7.30 p.m. Evensong  ���      ;--: -"raiTED -';- ���  Gibsons  Public   Worship,   11.00  a.m.  Sunday School   10:00  a.m.  Roberts Creek, ^J p.m.  Wilson Creek  Public Worship/3.30 p.m.  /���    7-ST7 "VINCENT'S  Holy Family, Sechelt,    9 a.m.  St. Mary's,^ Gibsons, 10.30 a.m.  Port Mellon,  first  Sunday oi-  each month at 11.35 a.m.  Be thai   Baptist   Church  7:30  P.M.,   Wed.,  Prayer  11:15 A.M., Worship Service  2 P.M., 1st Thurs., in Month  Mission Circle  PENTECOSTAL  11 a.m. Devotional  10 a.m. Sunday School  7.30     Evening  Service  Tuesday night 7.30  8 pm Thursday night  Pender Harbour Tabernacle  12:00 a.m. Morning  Service  "I'.ZO p,m, Wednesday     Prayer Meeting.  CHRISTIAN   SCIENCE  Church service and Sunday  School, 11 a.m.  Stratford  Camp, Sechelt Highway.  The/Sechelt Fire Brigade  had a rush call Sunday morning Oct. 7/Four firemen with  the truck and a long ladder  rescued a kitten which had  flashed .quickly up a telephone  pole to escape a too playful  collie. His piteous cries'  brought firemen George Page  to the scene and he., promptly  phoned for assistance.  Mrs. N. Payton  Mrs Nell Payton,-about 67,  of Sechelt died iri her .sleep  Sept. 26. Mrs Payton came to  Canada as a young women  from Scotland. She and Bill  Payton were married in East-0  erri Canada and came to  Vancouver ��� several years ago.  Ten years ago they moved to.  Sechelt where Bill died three  years ago.  Friends from Vancouver,  Mr and Mds Biladpo made all  arranyements for the funeral  at Graham's Funeral home.  The Rev, Canon Oswald officiated. Cremation followed at  the   Vancouver   Crematorium.  &_.  Pender    Harbour    ^abernacle  Sunday School. 10 a.m,.  Col. O. L. Lister  Lt. Col. Oswald L. Lister,  69, who for about a year lived  in Gibsons and Gower Point,  died Sept. 30 in Shaughnessy  hospital.  He served in the artillery  during the First World War  and was fire marshal for Canada during the Second World  War. He has had a wide experience in Hjre prevention  and after the war was fire  marshal at UBC. He leaves  his wife, three sons and two  daughters.'  Reiv. F.A. Ramsay officiated  at the funeral with burial in  Forest Lawn cemetery.  Books in Library  New. titles added to the library in October:  Barnes, M.C.,  Mary of Car-  isbrookq.  Fontaine,      R.,    Hello    to  Springtime. ���  .Eherhart,   M.Q.,      Postmark  TMurder. '  Gardner,  E.S,,  Case   of  the  Terrified Typist.  Mrfvor,   R.M.,     Pursuit     of  Happiness.  Masters,   John,   Bugles   and  a Tiger,.  Miller,   M.,    Secret    Understanding.  Packer,'   Joy,      Valley    of  the Vines.  T  Palmer,   S..,   Unhappy Hooligan.  Popkin,   Z.,     Open     Every  Door.      /  Priestly,      J.B.,       Journey  Down a Rainbow.  Say ers,   Dorothy,  Clouds  of  Witnesses.    '  Sayers.     Dorothy.      Whose  Body?  Shanet,    Howard,'   Leam to  Read Music.  Steintorp, Beyond the Hungry Country.  1 night only  By popular request, Gibsons  Theatre is playing a. return  engagement of The Little Kidnappers. An unusual story-,  laid in the outlands of Nosza  Scotia, it contains elemenls  of humor, pathos and suspense  in a combination rarely seen.  The Little Kidnappers comes  Saturdoy, Oct.  13.  Thursday and Friday neXf  week, the riotous comedy^,  Mad about Men will be  shown.  Pri  rices  cut  Price reductions in a portion of the fir plywood < lisfc  were announced to the trades  by MacMillan & Bloedel Limited- The cuts are mostly in,  finishing grades and range  from 5% to 13% off existing,  carload prices delivered to  eastern  points.  A spokesman for MacMillaia  & Bloedel said that while Ms  companys mills are working  on good order.files, the major  factor in the decision to reduce prices how was the break  in the United States plywood  market. American plywood :is  being imported into Canada-  even over the 20%  tariff.  Thats what I call o whole of en idea. 3E Coast News, Oct.  11,  1956  3The" -CoastMzw%   .'!  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 4SQ  FRED  CRUICE. Editor and Publisher  DO WORTMAN, Advertising Manager  __&lhorized Second Class Mail, Post Office Department, Ottawa.  states of Subscription: 12 mos., $2;    6 mos., $1.25;    3 mos., 75c.  United States aind Foreign, $2.50 per year. 5c per copy.  In case some people have not seen the October Reader's  "Digest it. might be advisable to print here a short passagfi from  an. article headed Seven Economic Fallacies.   .  '       ���._..���''  As we are interested mainly in the first one because of the  3pe in the sky type of government the voters have elected,  liare is the first fallacy .of the seven printed in the Reader's  SIgest: . ,  "The government has something to give the people   which  JUdoes not first have to take away from them.T  <  Here is the reply to that fallacy: 'Government is never a  source of goods. Everything reproduced is produced by the  gieople, and everything that government gives the people it  :a_Hst first take from the people. Government benifi^s are 'first  zasred through taxes and, as Franklin D. Roosevelt said in 1932  ^iaxes are paid hi the sweat of every man who labors.'  That is the end of the quote from the Reader's Digest, There  ���qexIL be many people who will say'Who cares?'  Inflationary eras bring on loose thinking. We are living  3s_an age of prosperity with a very strong tinge of inflation,  jffionetary officials in Canada and the United States see the  ��3anger ahead and are doing their best to fend, it off. With  ISBor continually asking for higher wages which must be sup-  .:g^ed by the consumer there does not appear to be an end in  agfit at the present moment. Lafaor is entitled to a If air ' wage  ferfair production but to continually ask for greater numbers  <��oE dollars is definitely not the same as seeking greater  ���SEaltie for the dollar.  To get     back to the pie in the sky 'there   ain't   no   such  ssnshiule.' It might look like pie in the sky   but it is a   mirage.  M is a case of taking it away from the public   ahd    giving   it -  SSKfc with the aid ofmirrirs.  hy a demand for gold?  leason outlined by bank  s5E6i changing status of gold  3a���� SanacKa- arid throughout  $te- world is discussed in the  ascent' Bank of Montreal Bus-  jaisss. Review. 'The. lifting of  afl^KstHctiohs on ..geld, trading  SfeSianada may be considered  ^^^aii,;it sudden, culmina-  ���_a_te_ ad&lftfe T'gradtiat* 'relaxation''  ���__MK&. past ���' few.' years/.; / slays',  SSfe^^M./;  35pj__ng/ out that the free-  pijpafigoSd was one of the few  isaprfses ot the Budget speech  Wb& March, i^e/re^iejy/T^ys  S___* move nevertheless. appears  tate.J_We been jtfstiiied by 'the  apaftuwd changes that have  =ansairred in the international  giggerns of both the supply  distribution of gold,  "S&ei hank points out that,  Ihe supply side, there has  _�����__&�� significant increase in  _____��_, African output, and  SOSes of gold, by Russia, thus  __ft_sg��t_g about a rise in the  J^pantRy of gold available to  '��_-& noijrcommunist world,  <S-t3-l-�� at the same time, there  agigears to have been a decline  Jan. ihe demand from  private  :SMS��CeS_ ' "  153ae? review points out that  las? ifie? early postwar years  Wss& was a heavy demand  ��__r ggiKE, with the free market  HbScc rising to more than $59  �����ggr fihe ounce in European  saeaSefe in 1949. 'Butysince  3afe* beginning - of 1951, free  saKsrket prices have    declined  steadily, and, by 1954, were  only nominally above the official prabe of U.S: $35.  This fall in private demand  can be attributed .to the pronounced    improvement    , that  has taken place in t&e    econ-  bniiei''''pjt most) Eur^peVn countries, says; the TB trfM, which  0ohth��ii��s.  'TJhe/ .(result . has  . been^tao insitil a*greater corifi?  dence/ in domestic  currencies,  and h^oce to reduce the desire  to hedge against possible currency devaluation by buying.  gold: '/���  ._..,..,. ~-r  .   The^ review al��o-y observes  that,^ft icont^ast; to the; immediate^ v.^stwar-T period    when  the' United! States was virtually the only country to increase  its   gold holdings,  there    has  been    a twide-spread accuiriuk  ation oi    reserves    by    other  countries and a net . outflow  from  the  UTS. /These  trends  have, if anything/encouraged  the tendency for countries to  relax    their    restrictions yon  trading in gold/    says the B  of M.  To the question of 7 why  there should be any demand  for gold, the review explains  that so far) as the central  banks and governments are  concerned, the answer is simply that gold, along with U.S.  dollars, is the only medium  that is accepted throughout  the world in settlement, of international balances. /For the  private holder, the-(review  say��. 'Its ; main characteristic  is stability of TValue/ and priv  ate demand    derives    mainly  from this feature.'  In   addition  to   stability   of  value,     there is    the    purely  speculative consideration   that  the United    States   'Treasury  might   increase     the     official  price,   the review points out.  Such a move has beenTurged  by gold producers and, others  who-see in it a means of T increasing gold reserves and of  Strengthening- the   pattern   of  international  trade.   The     review adds, on the other hand,  the U.S. is opposed to;this on  theT grounds that it Would entail an inflationary expansion  of the   monetary   base pf the  U.S.     banking    system,     and  would be unintentionally selective in its effects on individual countries ��� benefiting  mainly those countries with  large 'gold reserves, and those  with a large output.  There are thus powerful  arguments on both sides of  this question says the B of M  which concludes, 'In the meantime, there seems good reason  to believe that, with continued  growth in their gold and foreign exchange reserves, other  countries may follow the, ex^  ample of the Benelux Union,  Germany and Canada, and  gradually relax their restrictions aghin^t private transactions in gold.  iiter;:th��.;^:.7/;;;-  6 Polp & Paper isstelry  SSAY CftNft&tv  @r Awards!  ��� FOR INFORMATION SEND COUPON TODAY!���-]  Canadian Pulp & Paper Association (Western Division), j  j Room 402, 550 Burrard St., Vancouver 1, B.C.        7   J  ! Please send full information about the contest and prizes.'  N  j iName  .1  I  I  i    _ _ _._ ...���..���..���.... ^....._.__..J2>J  I Address ~.  Contest Closes Midnight, November 30th, *9��S  CP S6-t  Jim's cheque is one of  two million  > w  It's pay day���and in one quick trip to the batik JUn  will have his cheque cashed, ft depq'sit made,;  his hank book written up. He likes this s.afe,  convenient way of handling money;  Jim's cheque is only one of two million  written every day by Canadians, paying each  other for goods and services. Hiey represent  90 per cent of all transactions involving;  money, and speedy, skilled handling of  cheques by the chartered banks is essential  to the smooth functioning of the economy;  For customers who write cheques frequently^  there is a current account; for people whose  main purpose Is to save, a savings account;'  Your local branch provides these and  other banking services of .y|ilue to everyone;  THE   CHARTEREP   BANKS   SERVliNG   YOUR   COMMUNITY There is a new line to he  seen in this tweed coat, a line  that balances nicely the fitted  silhouette with >easy cut; the  result is a smart semi-fitted  look. The seaming curves  from under the arms down  either side of the front in a  princess line that is broken  by the flaps of the. pockets.:.  I>rop shoulders and narrow  sleeves are other details. The  fabric, a loosely woven, fine  ^e^yJiri^kes this' a coat that  jis ��� new/% attractive and youth-  jta://:^-  7 7'/ '  BINGO  GRANTHAMS  COMMUNITY HALL  every nubAy  8 p  BY   PHYLLIS.M.   HODGSON  -. Mrs E. Hudson of Vancouver was guest of Mr and Mrs  Joe. Sowden. for a few days.  A pleasant afternoon was  enjoyed when Mrs Bain was  hostess at four tables of whist,  with honors of the game go-,  ing to Mrs TLovell and Mrs  Forbes.      ^  Mr and Mrs J- Clement have  returned from their holiday  which included       visiting  friends in Yembn, a tour  through the Okanagan and  hunting in the Williams Lake  area. ._���>���;  v Mr and Mrs   W. Coole    of  Vancouver  ^pent  the    (weekend with Mrs Coole sr., Fletcher Rd.  > '*      ���      ��� '  Capt. H. Metcalfe was a  business visitor to Vancouver.  Mr ' and Mrs Norm Peterson spent the weekend in Vancouver with Mrs Peterson's  parents, Mr and Mrs Clarke  who celebrated their silver  -armiversqjry on Sunday Otet.  7th.  Mr and Mrs"*R. Taylor of  Vancouver were weekend  guests of Mr and Mrs J.B.  Allan.  Mr  and Mrs    Marshall   sr.  have  left  for     Saskatchewan,  end Ontario where they will  7 visit their family.  Mr and Mrs A.E. Newman  were,visiting their daughter  in Fort St. James.  Mrs A.El. Allan has returned from a visit with her  daughter. and family at Williams Lake.  ��� * *  Mr Chatt left last week to  spend the winter with his  daughter, Mrs McVicar at��  Langley, where he will also  visit Mrs Chatt, a patient in  (Fort Langley Nursing Home.  Mr and Mrs Ed Fiedler and  Bert 7 Crowhurst were visitors  to Vancouver. Mrs D. Crowhurst also visited the city.  ; Wednesday was moving day  for the John Coleridges who  have   bought  and  remodelled  the Abbs home. Mr and Mrs  Abbs have moved to Vancouver.  Mr and Mrs Wally Peterson,  enjoyed a short stay in Vancouver when Mr Peterson attended the Kinsmen presidents conference in the Georgia Hotel.  Mr and Mrs  Earl Johnston  spent the holiday weekend at  their summer  home  at    Hopkins.. ,'*���'.>  , *t * ���  Mrs M. Kidd, formerly of  Gibsons, is visiting Mrs R,.  Telford. Mrs Kidd, who lives  in Victoria, recently spent  several months visiting her  family in eastern Canada.   .  Contests  started the    evening's entertainment when Mrs  Sadie Jepson was hostess at a*1  baby, shower    honoring    Mrs  Michael Poole.  Following the.  contests,    the    many,   lovely;  gifts, all attractively arranged  in pink color,  scheme    were  presented to Mrs   Poole.   Refreshments  concluded the evening. >    i  Mrs Reg Adams enjoyed  a week with friends in Vancouver.  Mr and Mrs E. Prentice and  family were weekend guests  of the Bill Lissiman's.  .���   ��� ' ���_.**.  Recent guests of Mrs Robertson were her sister-in-law,  Mrs M/Smiley arid her rieice  Mrs. J. Petherbridge, -both" of  Edmonton. .'���  .Miss Lorraine 7 D&^ust' has  returned ftoih Vancouver to  take a position at Port Mellon.  Thanksgiving'S uriday held  special' significance for Mr  and Mirs Stan Burt. The occas-  sion was the christening of  three of their grandchildren  in St. Michaels church in Vancouver. The six months old  twin daughters of Mr and Mrs,  Lloyd} Roberts received the,  names Barbara Jean and Beverly Joan. Wendy Lorrain^  was the name given to the  year old daughter of Mr and  Mrs Burt Jr,  Mr  and  Mrs Bill  Swallow  were visitors to Seattle.  Miss M. E. Hanv<?y from  Berkeley Californio, enjoyed  a couple of weeks on the Sunshine Coast as guests of Mr  and Mrs E. Henniker. Mr and  Mrs J.E.P. Henniker were  their guests over the holiday  weekend.  Mr and Mrs J.P. Stewart  who attended Saturday's wedding of Miss Jean Marshall  ,and Mr Arthur Walker in the  First Baptist church Vancouver, stayed over a few days  combining business with a  short holiday.  Mrs Edith Forbes has kindly  offered her home to the W.I.  members for a social afternoon and their bazaar shower  on Tuesday Oct 23.  *     *     *'  Mrs Ethel Lakeburg of Blue  River is staying with the Phil  Fletchers.  On Sunday Sept. 30th,-Mrs  Reg .Godfrey entertained at a  family dinner marking the  birthday of "her mother, Mrs  Gillis of Vancouver and also  her daughter-in-law's birthday  Mrs Ron Godfrey.  Mrs Fred Corley arrived  home from hospital with a  baby sister for Michael and  Martin. .  SECHELT  CYCLE  95M  BICYCLES  Carriages,  Wheeled  Goods  REPAIRS  Coast News,  Oct. 11,  1956    3  Miss Sharon Tyson left  this week to take a position in  Vancouver. Mrs Robertson  has taken Sharon's place in  Lang's drug store.  JOHN J. DUNEIN  Doctor of Optometry  906  Birks  Building'  VANCOUVER, B.C.  im��mim&m!ii^mzm8mm^m!mm��mgm!m  f  m  CHILDREN'S ENGINEER BOOTS  AH Sizes from 8 Up  FAMILY FOOTWEAR FOR WINTER  NEO PRENE CLOTHING  Mail Orders Gladly Accepted, Promptly Filled  Phone Sechelt 25G  fc��s^r<3_Sfl  ;i^s��5^^^iU��5!W^3^i<��S^IW?^iiii��3!  For Cooler Weather  Tasella Suggests  Beauty With Comfort  LOVELY AVER BLANKETS  Reversibles, in Blues, Pinks, Greens, Peaches & Gold  NYLON SPREADS; His & Her Pillow Slips  Cotton br Flannelette Pillow Slips  Terylene-Filled Pillows  DACRON   COMFORTERS  FLOWER DOTTED FIELD CREST  FLANNELETTE BLANKETS  (These make lovely throws, too!)  Fisheleiie by the Yard, in 15 Different Patterns  for Pyjamas, glwns, etc.  Shop For Comfort At  f;  Phone Sechelt 29F  GIBSONS MEAT MARKET  ������/.  This Weekend  BEEF   LIVER  WEINERS  is King  BOLOGNA  BEEF SAUSAGE  SLICED   COD  PORK   LIVER  Open  Friday  Nights Till 9 p>.m.  KEN WATSON  PHONE 52  HURRY!   HURH��!  G E t   y o  !  cHRismm' CARDS  "Dad! What's the easiest way to make $47?*  What wouldyou say.., as financial^ wizardto the family .?<  You know that making money is not theeasiest thing in the  world, no matter what the amount.'Yet the^c? is one simple  way to make $47 without fuss or risk.  Just%#$, one o( the*  ,^%^f 100 Canada Savings Bonds.  If yo_i Md%$& maturity,  ydti^t every dollar back plus $473$mwj^gsiii*  '**���  if*  it's mw 77 W$ to Christmas  And that's not all;  ^CanadaSayings Bprito are?good for full fa^y^u^gplus e$&ed'  i&teest at any }^^  ^nki^vrngsa^tps in handy t$mzofffi��tm��Q, $m?l$$��$  and $5QdPv/^nd yjo^r money is safe while; U earns?, becauS|  'Canada Savings Bonds are backed by all th6tis8i_rdeg"df CaaadaX  \\Your repu fcatioa as a fi&s&eia!  !  .fer.C^��g-&y'.fa)tf��ft����^r%o^ yowr boob, fcw����*iMnt ��8*��t*r, tR>*�� W 8��fl�� �����snpsw>y  m'<m1m-&eYW% Sgvfogt Pton wfecre yew wwi ^  <#' ^ Coast News, Oct.  11,  \956  gwi  ������    ������   ��� i       -?���������:  ������  -      ���    ������������'   '- ....  Sechelt News  BY MRS. A. A. FRENCH  ? . The bazaar held for St. Vincents Missions, Sechelt, was a  success. Ticket raffle first  Bpze was won by F.Gallier,  fibrt" Mellon with No. 1510;  Sfecond prize was won by Mr  IS;j. McNab, No 1442 and  _Mrd! prize went to Mrs Tyson  'with Nq, 1966.  The bean jar prize was won  by: Mrs Peggy Tosh with No.  1779. The door prize won by  Miss Ruth Tyson with ticket  No. 61.  A good sized sum of money  was collected to help out. the  St. "Vincents Mission and Father Kenny was very ' pleased  with the  attendance.  Mr and Mrs Tinson and  baby, recently from Hong  Kong are staying with the  ���Matties, a^so Mr Michael  McGee   and  Mr   George   Sav-  CHRIS'S VARIETY SHOPPE  We're Building Up A Fine Line Of  T O Y S  Is It Too Early To Suggtest Our  LAY   AW AY?  EUTTERICK PATTERNS ���- VARIED REMNANTS  ALL SEWING REQUIREMENTS  Phone Sechelt 96  maw  Pender Harbour  Board of Trade  SMORGASBORD and  DANCE  OCT- 26       7.30 P.M.  ��� ���.���"'������'...   ���.'������������. * *.  Community  Hail  Madeira  Park  ^0|_EM REALTY, GIBSONS, CHRISES JEWELERS, SECHELT  -,**  A__dZ All Business Esiabiishnymis in PENDER HARBOUR  ONLY 200 TICKETS AVAILABLE  fkfa yUfmC  m  HAS A GOOD COLLECTION OF FINE FALL  IN STOCK NOW  DAFFODILS, King Alfred:' TULIPS, all colors  HYACINTHS,  Blue.   Pink. While  SNOWDROPS,  NARCISSUS,  SCILLAS  i  CROCUS       Striped and Yellow  LAWN GREEN & MANOR SEED for Lawn Seeding  FALL RYE and VETCH       '*  ^Composters: FERTOSAN, D.K., ROT-IT, GREEN VALLEY  /Fertilizers:    BONE MEAL, BLUE WHALE, PEAT MOSS  ��� We highly recomend the above composters alnd ferl-  1; ilizeis for fall soil conditioning, and suggest you TREAT  17 YOUR SOIL EARLY, before a frost.  U HARDWARE,  0   APPLIANCES  Phone 32  J  Gibsons  I-  age  from Dundalk  Ireland;.  Rev.   Father  Kenny  is    on  holidays for a few days    and  will be relieved by Rev. Father  Patterson from Vancouver,  were at their summer   *home  Dr. and Mrs John B. Hill  were at their summer home  for the Thanksgiving weekend.  Visiting Mr Tom Fowler  are daughter and her husband  Mr and Mrs Frank Jones and  son Barry of Vancouver.  Mrs AMie Green is here on  a visit from Vancouver.  Miss Cecelia VanDyck,  guest of Mr and Mrs C. Poteet  is here from Vancouver.  Mr and Mrs Arthur Macklin are back ' from a trip  through Eastern Canada and  the U.S.A.  The De Pencier Evening  circle of St. Hilda's Anglican  Church met at the home of  Mrs C. Poteet for their monthly meeting. There were nine  members present with Mrs  A. Batehelor representing the  W.A-  Miss Ann Gordon from  Crofton House and John Gordon from Vancouver College  are visiting their parents Mr  and Mrs Bernel Gordon,  ��� Visiting, his mother, Mrs E.E.  Reddan, is Mr Syd Redman, of  Vancouver with Mr T. /Elliott.  Mr and Mrs R,. Reid came  up Tfor the holiday with Mr. C.  Moore of Creston.  Visiting, Mr and Mrs Leo  Johnson are Mrs V. Kidd of  Seattle, Mr^ J7 Cartwright  and three children and Mrs  H. Johnson of Vancouver;'  , Mr. and Mrs Charles Tosh  of Vancouver are staying/.with  Mrs Jean Murphy. Mrs  Murphy leaves shortly to  spend  the  winter   at  Golden,  Mrs Margaret Gibson is  B,C.  leaving for a few    weeks  Seattle and San Francisco  The Gunnar Wigards  Selma 'Park were hosts, to Mr  and Mrs Henry Eddy . and  daughter, and Mr and Mrs  Alex Jamieson from Vancouver last week-end.  in  ���of  Wilson Greek  BY MRS. p. ERICKSON /;  Mr; atd Mrs Keri Sturgeon  of Menzies Motel, Campbell-  ton were visitors at the  George   Drew home.  Mrs Beatrice Wright, now  of Ladner spent an extended  visit at the Jack McLeod  horne^.  Fine holiday weather attracted many back to /their  summer cottages including the  H. Rivetts, the ^.G/ Haslett  family, Mr and -Mrs Bill  Steele and Janice: also Mr  and* Mrs George Lay and their  two children.  Rev. and Mrs R.R. Morrison ,  are  back   from   a    California  holiday.. ;  Mr  and   Mrs Dick    Brooks  and family   are    moving    to  Woods Logging Camp at Hot-y  ham Sound.  Eleanor Lucille, baby daughter of Mr and Mrs M. Lonnen-  burg was christened Sunday  by Canon H.U. Oswald at St.  Hiild^a's: 'church in Sechelt.  Mrs . Yates and Mr and Mrs  A. "Williams ��� who were proxy  for god-parents Mr and Mrs  Melvin Rockwell.  BY CHUCK TOMPKINS  From information I have received officials of all B.C.  sports and athletic organizations have been called upon  by the B.C. Centennial Committee to assist in 1958 celebration planning. Professor  R.F. (Bob) Osborne, chairman  of the. Centennial sub-committee on athletics and sports  said, 'We hope to contact as  many officials of the sporting  fraternity as possible. We also  want to hear from any local  Centennial Committee, anywhere in the province, which  hopes to include sports events  in its local celebrations.' i  The committee is anxious to  encourage the holding of  important sports events such  as national and international  championships in B.C. during  1958. It will assist in, and encourage the development of  present or 7 new provincial  championships. New events in  various sports will receive  support with the ultimate aim  of publicizing B.C. as a sport-  man's paradise  Besides promoting national  and international events, the  committee hopes to assist in  arrangements for inter-city  competition and special appearances of outstanding athletes and^ports figures.  Special Centennial awards  for tlie various fields of sport  are under  consideration.  Professor Osborne says no  province-wide program will  be possible "without the assistance and suggestions of leaders in sports in every town,  village br district as well as  in the cities where sports enjoy the limelight.  Fourteen corresponding members have been appointed in  various communities to act as  liaison in their areas. These  incllude; - J.A. 'Lundie, Powel.  River; Russ Dyer, ChUMwack;  Bruce Humber, Victoria; Lester Patrick/ Victoria and Pete  HOUSE WARMING  About thirty >fr��ends surprised Mr and Mrs G. Page,  Porpoise Bay, Oct, 6 when  they held a merry housewarm-  ing party in honor of the new  Page house. The young, couple  was presented with an electric  kettle by the guests. The party  attended. the Car Club dance  at Wilson Creek, to support  the group. '  e   specialize  in   Home-Cooked  FULL COURSE MEA1.S  For  an  extra  treat,  try  our  delicious  STEAK with MUSHROOMS  ur nome-made  Pies  Baked fresh  daily  OLE ELMHOLDT  Yes, it's     ��� . ;X'ax .���  Fuel-up Time Again  -ORDER NOW-  Nut, Egg, Lump, Canrnore Briquettes  Prestowood, Briquettes  Prestos-Logs  If it's QUALITY y^f warit-  WE HAVE IT  ED SHAW TRANSFER  .-. .  ���     y   . ^ y './"'.  PHONE GIBSONS 143       SECHELT 64  Maffeo, Nanaimo.  TT  WORK, DRESS & CASUAL  ,. wwINTER ww EAR :p  for MEM  \   .....'  .\';�� -:���,������ f '       ...';.'���'.  V' ���    . ��� . '' '       ��� '���  from  Neo-Prene  Work  Clothes  &  Stanfield's   Underwear  to Fine   Flannel   Sports  Shirts  / and  Suede Jackets  Arrow Shirts - Ties - Suits to Order - Hats  OVERALLS, WORK PANTS, GLOVES, SOCKS  SCARVES, CAPS, SHOES,-RUBBERS, SWEATERS.  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  i*i*  Phone 2  GIBSONS  Theatre Bldg.  ^-~,.-g_~,��J-.~~j_y~,���g_-���.���~_, fM      ���         *.-^*^^ ,���, -,M|- ^^.^ T-ti-mn  ririHMi  REX ALL Io SALE  WED., THURS., FRI. & SAT.  OCT- 17, 18, 19, 20.  ���*"      VITAMINES  HAIR PREPARATIONS  NAIL PREPARATIONS  PERFUMES  .... a  SHAVING      PREPARATIONS ,  BILL FOLDS  CLINICAL THERMOMETER 2/1.51  / *   ]  __.  SECHELT  TWICE^ AS MUCH FOR A PENNY MORE  REMEDIES:  MI 31 SOLUTION 2/99c  a  MILK of MAGNESIA, PLAIN, 2/66c  .'  TABLETS, MINTED. 85's    2/50c  A-SA-REX TABLETS    100's 2/66c  200*s 2/1.20  CHRISTMAS CARDS  STATIONERY  HOT WATER BOTTLES: 2 qt. 2/2.51  BONUS BUYS!  ADRIENNE MAGIC  CREAM   MAKE-UP:  98c ]  CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTS. INDOOR  'NOELITES' 7 LIGHTS MULTIPLE WIRED: $1.47     ;  ���HEATING PADS. REX-RAY $4.49  ASK AT VOUR POST OFFICE FOR YOUR  REXALL  SALE HANDBILL ���       \  < ..... i  j  ^TR;:t7Sv;G/H/I/P^Tj/,0^-  ;S7.|J7E-7C:1^ftvt.Tl7_iTT;:S>  ��*�� S S H s lt Wm],911 s �� n s.��f ��� CARD OF  THANKS  .Thank you, to the many resi-  <Lenis. ot Gibsons who tried 'so  liard to find the little . white  <k>g who was lost. Special  thanks to the B.C. Electric  boys who rescued him.  Coast News, Oct,. 11,, 1956   5  ANNOUNCEMENT  TOWING AND   FREIGHTING  W. Nygren, Gibsons 13    tfn  KINDERGARTEN  Transportation     for    children  -���     from    Gibsons-     Granthams,  Gunnar, chidren and I would    Hopkins  and    Roberts  Creek  like to thanp our many friends    wm start Oct. 15, Mrs H. Gal-  ANNOUNCEMENTS     (Cont'd)  H.B. GORDON  AGENCIES  Sechelt  FIRE INSURANCE  AUTO       INSURANCE  DIRECTORY  ahd neighbors who were so  .good during my 6 weeks in  the hospital, due to. the accident.. I am now back in the  store part time and would  be pleased to see you at anytime. Thanks again for everything. . Marilyn Wigard.  HELP WANTED  Make your pennies work for  you. 2 of any item listed on  our 1c sale. Bill for the price  of 1 plus 1 penny. Wed. Thurs.  . Fr j,.. Sat., Oct. 17, 18, 19,    20.  ,iMore than 250 bargains ,'to  choose from' at Liang's Drug  Stores,   Sechelt. and   Gibsons.  WORK WANTED ~~~  iiford,   phone  Gibsons    180K.  Dr. H.R. Hyltbn, veterinarian,  will be working on the Peninsula Oct. 13 and 14. Phone  128G for appointment.  Change your, fragrance for  fall! A full line of Lentheric  and Du Barry cosmetics,  Reylon lipsticks with Futur"  amic. cases. Fully qualified  and certified cosmeticians to  serve you at all time's. LangS  Drug Stores, Sechelt - and  Gibsons.  REAL ESTATE  TOTEM  FLASHES  Spray and brush painting;  also paperhanging. J. Melhus.  Phone  Gibsons   33. tfn  FOR SALE  25 smart assorted cards with  your name on, $1.50. Business  greeting cards, novelty gifts.  Order early. Oh yes, licenced  for Sechelt Village. Dorothy  jErickson, Wilson Creek    P.O.  Fresh Oysters. Come by car or  boat to Oyster Bay Oyster  Co;. Pender Harbour.  Good upright piano. Phone Se-  , chelt 13X evenings or Sechelt  28 days."';'~"; ' -;t ���''''/-:  IMPORTED HOLLAND Bulbs  Plant now for spring blooms.  TULIPS all colors. 79c dozen  DAFFODILS,     King     Alfred, ���  79c  dozen.  HYACINTHS,   12c  each. NARCISSUS, 79c dozen.  . Cr.ocus and Anenomes,      45c  - dozen. These  are named/yafr  aeties, healthy, number 1 clean  imported stock.   Choose early ,  at Gibsons Hardware,    phone  Gibsons 33.  Hot air; furnace / with heavy,  gauge sheet metal casing, also  some ducts. No - reasonable  offer refused, D.    Rees,    Bay  JDistrict, Gibsons.  . .-' ���- ���-��� ....      .      ��� ��� -     !<  It's time again to clean out  the old herisy We wilLysell  them at 27c lb. a^d; pluck  them for you if you like . at  15c a bird. Elander Farm,  Gibsons  68K.  1 .22 high power Savage  rifle, good condition $25. 1  Sprinfield type .303 never  fired $25. Eric Davidson,'  Pender  Harbour,   Phone   483.  -- fc.. -,i- --_������,-���_- -i -���   - . i ���     i    ������������      -.. i ��� ���  5 sheep, pure bred with pedigree. C.P. Ballentine. Gibsons.  ' BOY'S WEAR  Jeans, T-Shirts, Underwear,  Bathing Trunks, Socks, Caps  and  Accessories.  MARINE MEjN'S WEAR  GIBSONS  SERVICE FUELS  Ran Vernon  a.R.  1    Gibsons    Phone 173Q  Alder or Fir Bushwood  -  Mill Slabwood     '  Sand. Gravel and Cr. Rock  Products.  Lady Jane electric    cottage  range $100; garbage burner  $55. Parker!s Hardware.  "y-y  Phone 51, Seehei:.   ���/.-���������  ''WANTED A >:  Revolvers and; pistols engray-T  ed with ships ot scenery want- :  ed by collector.7 Write giving  make and number.    Box455  Coast'News.   7  1   Unsurpassed    view lot,     75  by 150, only $950. y  50 ,ft. lot in the .centre    of  Gibsons,      comfortable     four  room house, nice gardens, garage, all you want in a   home,  only $6500.  Davis Bay; four room house  on level lot, this is it, waterfront, highway,- no hills, won-  derful view and all for $7000/  Weekend  fishermans  camp,  Gibsons Bay area, only $2100.  Always a better buy at  TOTEM  REALTY  Gibsons  Will trade IVz acres, ��� one mile  from Ladnfer, off Ladner trunk  Road, near racetrack for water  front property near Sechelt.  Reply; to-W; A. Longstaff 418  No., 3 Roadi Richmond; B.C.  Wanted: Beach lot or half lot,  Davis Bay to   West    '.Sechelty  Cash. Mrs J. Harrison, Sechelt  42B, Box 360,  TO  RENT  LIFE INSURANCE  Continental  Life  Insurance   Company  LORNE BLAIN, Agent  Box 188 Phone 82G  Gibsons  TELEVISION  SALES  AND SERVICE  Fast work - Guaranteed  10% Down - Easy Terms  RICHTER'S RADIO ��� T-V  Fine Home  Furnishings  _ Phone 6 Sechelt      -  fc-    ���-���������_--���        ��������� ��� ������-,!        .������������ . .        ������. ��� ��        .���������,-    I      l_-  REFRIGERATION       /  SALES and SERVICE  Commercial ��� Domestic  -25 Years' Experience  A. M.  CAMPBELL  SECHELT 83Q  ���'������������   Notions���Cards���Toys  Miscellaneous Gifts  THRIFTEE    STORES  Left of Post Office  Gibsons, B.C.  Headquarters For Wool  WIRING and  APPLIANCE  SALES  Electrical Wiring  Alterations and Repairs  F. UTTING, WILSON CREEK  Phone   1ST  or   5H  FAIRMILE  BOAT WORKS. LTD.  Custom Pleasure  Craft  -..A:- &  Dirighys-,-y.       r  Repairs,   Hardware, .Paints  Beach Ave. West.  Roberts      Creek  WIRING :~~  Commercial & Residential  Electric  Space Heatinsr  Anywhere on the Peninsula  PARKER and SIM  .�� ELECTRIC  Parker's  Hardware  Sechelt 51 ��� 130 Evenings  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  - MARSHALL'S  PLUMBING  HEATING &  SUPPLIES  Phone Gibsons 134, 104 or 33  HILL'S   MACHINE    SHOP  Mobilized Welding  Welding Anywhere ��� Anytime  Expert    Tradesmen  Precision    Machinists  Phone 54 Residence  152  BECK & DAVIS  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS  Residential Wiring & Repairs  Electrical Heating   ^stalled  Anywhere on the Peninsula  Repairs to  All Electrical  Appliances  Free  Estimates  Gladly  Given  Phone Sechelt 69W  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  Home, and Industrial Wiring  Electrical  Heating  GIBSONS    ELECTRIC  Phone 130'  Authorized  GE  Dealer  Radios, Appliances, TV Service  LAURIE SPECK  HEATING  & SHEET METAL  Gibsons   149  GIBSONS ~~  BUILDING    SUPPLIES  LTD.  "WE    CARRY   THE   STOCK"  Phone Gibsons 53  GIBSONS BOAT WORKS  Boat Builders & Repairers  Phone Gibsons  111X  The Mill Will Be Closed  During the Winter!  SUCRE MMBER M. M  PHONE GIBSONS 151  ps^  V  ARE YOU GETTING  BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA SERVlCel  fr*M-j_y_B-_-��^-----mi  New 2-bedropm home. Headlands area. Adiilts y preferred.;  Phone Gibsons 85.     ~ /  Waterfront cottage at Roberts  Creek. Modern, furnished or  unfurnished^ Phone 22Y.  Office or store ^ace^nextyto  Bus Station, Sechelt; /Phone  55 or see H. Sawyer.  4-roomed unfurnished suite  with bath. Phone Gibsons  114G5 /  For rent, duplex suite, all  electric. Single bedroom. C.  W. Eckstein, Trueman Rd.  Gibsons.  Four room, partly furnished  waterfront cottage at Pender  Harbour. Electricity, running  wated. R. Bremer. Madiera  Park,    P.O..  ���'    ;     GIBSONS ~  Newest Shopping Centre   .  JOHN  COLERIDGE  REALTY  Oldest Real Estate Office  Between Lang's Drug Store  and  Woods Hardware  Georgian Block  Look for the  Big Neon  Sign  BUILDING   SUPPLIES //���  Buy direct from the mill. Lumber, plywood, doors, building  supplies. Write for complete;  catalog. Vancouver Sawmills  "Limitedi, 1111 E. 7th. Avenue,  Vancouver   12, B.C. tfn  T  ,       PENINSULA .  ACCOUOTlNG SERVICE  All Tjpes of Accounting  Problem;; Expertly Attended  Village Enterprises Bldg.  Sechelt -"''       y-w  Office Open 9 a.m.���-5 p.m.  ������:������ '--A'*, n7LT7"70aily/;,;-���:.*"  /TPhcmie Seclieit 98F  PENINSULA    CLEANERS  Cleaners  for the   Sechelt  Peninsula  Phone:  Gibsons  100  ~~      TRACTOR J WORK  Clearing, Grading, Excavating.  D6  Bulldozing  Clearing Teeth  ARCHES  FOR   RENT  A.  E.   Ritchey  Phone Gibsons 178  PLUMBING       "~~  Macleod'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.  B.L.   COPE  .    Auditor  and  Accountant  Fifty Years' Experience.  Roberts Creek, B.C.  Phone, Gibsons 22C  Oct. 1 I.Roberts Cfreek Masonic Hall, TMother's Circld, Mt.  Elpliinstphe de Molay TBoys-'  cltib meets 8/p.m.  ���'7*f^.!iJ&."' Git)spn&:.// Qvtetttre  .Concert meeting, all officers  and Team Captains: United  . . /Church Hall, 8. pm.  pep. 12: Roberts Creek Legion,  ,> Br. 219,'meets at the Legion  '   Hall at 8 pm.  Oct. 16: at the home of    Mrs  Winn,  2  pm,  W.I.  meeting  7 Oct. 16th. Selma TPark  Community Centre, Rummage Sale,  Community Hall, 10.00 pm.  f)ct.  17,  7.00 p.m. at the Un-  '.,' ited Church    Hall a    birthday party   V  Oct. 23: at the home of   Mrs  Forbes 2.00 'pm, W.I. social  afternoon and shower.  Oct. 26: Gibsons United' church  Hall, Tea and Bazaar by the  L,.A.  jto   Canadian    Legion  109.  Nov. 2nd. Parish Hall, St.  Bartholomew_'s Christmas Bazaar.  Nov/ 5: Bazaar and tea, United  Church, Wilson Creek Community Hall, 2 p.m.  Nov. 17: Parish    Hall, 2    pm,  W.I. Bazaar.,  Nov. 22, at the United Church  Hall      Headlands      seryice  Club tea.  Harold Wilson  Totem  Realty  Phone  Gibsons  44  evenings 147.  RIDGEWAY  COFFEE BAR  '��� -X \ -.; ,,,.'���' ty '/'_.���. ���.;  Phone 11 for Take-oui Orders  ruene   um��uus   iiia.    . ��� _���*���_���_.���      ���   ' __B. ���      ������_���_. ^*.  DATEPAD     FISH * CHIPS' 40c  ������.:.-    .���'..���������'���        ������ ��� ��� ��� :��� V'  Change of  hours *  MONDAY TO FRIDAY: OPEN 8 aim. TO 10 p,m.      _.'  ��  SATURDAYS: 9 a.m, TO 10 p.m,  SUNDAYS: 12 NOON TO 8 p.m.  COLEMAN  Oil Heaters  Sizes     $69.95   $84.95   .  Prices $109.95  Good Looks,   WARMTH,  Dependability  COME IN AND SEE US FOR YOUR HEATING NEEDS  3  Stove Pipes  Dampers  Wire etc.  GIBSONS HARDWARE  Phone 33  Gibsons  kW  WATCH REPAIRS  PERSONAL  Trying to lose;weight? No Tsii-  ; Watch and Jewelry Repairs  3^Marine  Men's Wear."   Agents  for    W- H.    Grassie.    Fast  -    reliable service.  ��� tfn  ji For Guaranteed Watch and  gar in yout ,Diet?y Try SUC-7 ^ejry Repairs, See Chris's  advt..,^^^-    ����!���������  ��� ��� j^eler^- sechelt. Work  done  ARYL ; sweetening solution.  Absolutely /NO T CALORlCi  VALUE/what^yex:! Liquid or  tablet form, alidThiandy Pocket  Vi^ls for;.. Diabetic pefsonsT  Get Sucaryl af Lang.'s Drug  Stores; and recover ;your sylphi  like figure. Extremely nelpful  when using TAFON o*7 pother  reducing, plans. Remember the  ' Iname, SUCARYL, ai Lang's  Drug Stores, Gibsons or Sechelt. t  Fuller brush dealer. J. Nelson  Roberts Creek.    .  Phone Gibsons 19Q.  In Sechelt phone your want  ads to Coast News representative Mrs. E. Lumsdon, 44W.  on the premises.  tfn  INSURANCE  * SECHELT INSURANCE  ��� y   /��� AGENCIES' ������  ./Real Estate  . Property   Management  '\A'.\a..'f-'-yy'- Inisurance   ���  T-   ,    "Office   phone   22F   ..  T.E, DUFFf. Agent    i  .'.        Residence  31QT \  Phone'   53 Evenings  and  Holidays   115  ���    I. MACKA'Y. Salesman.  Residence  70F  Fire,  Auto,. Liability.  Prompt  courteous service. Totem Real-.  ty, Gibscns -  NOTICE  : As required by the Income Tax Act, this will advise  our member customers that it is our intention to make  payment in proportion to patronage in respect of the year  eiidihg the 31st day. of October, 1957, ajnd we hereby hold  forth the prospec* of patronalge payment accordingly.  LPHSNSTONE CO-OPERATIVE  SOCIATION  u.v.  IDS  Notice to Fuel Suppliers  Tenders are invited for delivery of fuel for the  School year 1956-57 to the following schools:  Elphinstone Jr.-Sr. High School ��� Furnace Oil  Gibsons Ldg. Elem. School -��� Furnace Oil and Stove Oil  Roberts Creek School ��� Furnace Oil  Davis Bay School  ��� Furnace Oil ' v  Sechelt School��� Stove Oil and Furnace Oil  Halfmoon Bay School ��� Stove Oil  Fender Harbour School ��� Furnace Oil and Stove Oil  Irvines Landing School ��� Stove Oil  Egmont School ��� Gasoline and Furnace Oil  Sealed tenders, marked 'Quotation on Fuel' will be  received till 12 o.'clock noon on Saturday, October 13,  1956. Kindly quote price per gallon, including tax, on  types of fuel specified for the above named schools.  The lowest or any tender will not be necessarily be  accepted.  Y The Board of School Trustees  School District No. 46 (Sechelt)  Gibsons, B.C^ ;��    Coast News, Oct. 11,  1956  HalfmoonBay  BY PAT WELSH  Hunters are out in full force  an local hunters have been  lucky. Frank Jorgensen and  Roy Doyle being among them.  Miss Peggy Oswald of Vancouver and! former resident  during the summer months,  weekended with Mr. and Mrs.  Charles Lunn.  Dr. Kenneth Argue spent a  weekend at his summer home.  He was guest speaker at the  Madeira Park High School  (PTA meeting.  Pat and Marilyn Cooper  tspevt the weekend with the.:r  parents the Jim Coopers.  The Bill Grundys were in  Vancouver for. a holiday and  have returned home.  Mrs. Isabel Simpson has left  for Vancouver to look after  her grandchildren while their  parents are holidaying in Los  Angeles.  For Guaranteed  Watch and Jewelry  Repairs  CHRIS'S JEWELERS  Work  done  on  the  Premises  WE BUY OLD GOLD  Phone 96 Sechelt  Johnny Simpson has closed  iris summer home and is leaving for Los Angeles accompanied by Elaine.  On the mend after sojourning at St. Mary's Hospital are  Mrs. Harold Pearce and Charles Tinkley,  Home from Shaughnessy and  much improved is Mr. Frank  Lyons.  October, always a lovely  jmonth, outdid itself for the  Thanksgiving weekend, the  red and gold of the maples  combined with brilliant sunshine was something we could  all be thankfqj for.  Car loads of visitors drove  up the highway, some to visit  friends ond relations* others  to close their summer cottages  until next spring.  Most of the men went fishing before hauling in their  boats and came in with some  hicc ��>ctxuiuii cinu ictt griase.  Among those closing their cottages until next year were  Mr and Mrs Piper and family,  Mr and Mrs Greenall and  children, Mr and Mrs Dave  Pearce, Mr and Mrs Hunt Jun  and Barry, Mr and Mrs Bill  Thom Gerry, Charles and  their guests Mr and Mrs A.  ���Preston.  Mr and Mrs Alan Greene jr.  had as their guests Mr and  Mrs Saunders, Dr K. Argue  and Richard, Dr and Mrs  Richmond and family. Noro  and Don Macdonald of New  Westminster, Mr G..y, Nairn,  while weekending with the  Frank Claydons were Mr  and Mrs G. Claydon, Lynda  and Frank jr.  Visiting Mrs E. Klusendorf  was her daughter Mrs Wark-  man and family, the Frank  Lyons Quests being Mr and  Mrs Scanlon and Mr and Mrs  R.  Russell;  'Miss Marilyn Cooper and  Miss Wendy Higgs were the  guests of ihe Jim Coopers. The  young sons of Dr. Hunt had  several young people up for  the weekend.  Visiting Vancouver during  the past week were Mrs J.  Meikle and Mrs R. Welsh.  TIMBER WANTED  We Cruise and Estimate  and PAY CASH on Signing  the Contract  SUCRE LUMBER CO.  SAWMILLS  Phone Gibsons 151  Presents 0e  "MASTERPIECE" LfNE  for 1957  Exciting New LeVels of P0rforittaiice-  * '" *'��� '"7 .  Dependability and Styling!  LIFE TESTED TELEVISION  Model  2734  TOP FRONT  TUNING  PUSH-BUTTON  ON-OFF  SWITCH  Available with  MATCHING  BASE  or simply as a fine  v        TABLE   MODEL  $279.95  SEVERAL   OTHER  MARCONI  MODELS  ON   DISPLAY  The engineering, electronic and designing skills  of the Marconi organization are combined 'to  produce top-quality Television at a price anyone  can affordj See them now alt  RICHTE R'S RADIO T-V  Phone Sechelt 6  Port Mellon  BY MRS. M. WEST  Mrs Osmond and Carol and  David from North Vancouver  were the guests of Mr and  Mrs J. Strayhorn over the  weekend.  ���Thanksgiving visitors of Mr  and Mrs ,P. Quarry were Mrs  Quarry's sister Mrs McKenzie  and her five children, who are  w-aiting to join Mr Mckenzie  at Kitimat.  Mass Annette Marleau and  David Sherman were home  for the holiday weekend.  Guests of   Mr arid Mrs y D.  Macklam were Mr Macklam  ..;y senior Tand. Mrs /;Mackiam's  ". mother, Mrs    Scott, both    of  Vancouver.  , -Mr and: JVIrs C. Wood    are  "happy to    annOttace the    engagement   of their    daughter,  Betty Jane, to Mr Floyd X>icK.  Floyd is a    brother  ^of    Roy  ���Dick,    former    Port" Mellon  ������ resident. --y  Some   150    students    from  .UBC spent the    weekend    at  Port Mellon and had a    very  successful hike into the mountains on  Sunday. On Monday  . they were taken over the mill.  The Harbour Navigation M.Sl  'Hollyiburn'/and old friend of  Port Meilonites prior to    the  opening    of the    road    thre��  years     ago,     transported'   the ���  students from, Vancouver.      7  At  the  October meeting  oi  ' the  Women's �� Auxiliary    $25  was sent .to    Gibsons    United  Church  to help with    repairs  to the Manse and $10 to    th'4  appeal    from    the  / Canadian  National    Institute I for    the   ,  Blind. /  The Women's auxiliary to  the Community church thank  all those who helped to make  the Thanksgiving dinner a  success. Especially Mr and  Mrs Tex Enemark of Long-  view who donated a turkey  and Mr Finlay, the Cafeteria)  staff and the teen-agers for  their assistance.  Sevofn boxes of provisions  fruit and  vegetables  and    25  SUNSHINE COAST FALL FAIR COMMITTEE  Card of Recognition  for Mr.  A. R.  Reeves  7&. dwptor,��* B*9����i��s fcy,JMr,.A.B.. Reeves of Roberts  Cjreefc.i^b^iexe^insd.by. theuju&gera*Fl$w��rs-a^the Annual  Fair 1856.  The judge compliment- Mx. Reeves 04 hS��, display ��n Jlic  following points:  Freedom from disease of any kind on bis planis; number,  of yaj-ielie*. ��� all ia perfect shape without blemish'; colors  outstanding.  The most beautiful aind perfect exhibit that judge has seen  ia many, years. , .  On behalf of the Sunshine Coast Fall Fafir Management,  M. LeFeuvre, Secretary  ,  :  pmowsups     were  seni, xo     ot.  Mary's      hospital    after    the  Thanksgiving   Service  at   the  Community   church.   The  Women's auxiliary thank all contributors      who     made      the  church so beautiful. Especially  Mr Labonte  of    Gibsons    for  the prize marrow and the congregation   of     St.     Anthony's  Catholic   Church    who.   each  year support  our appeal    for  St. Mary's hospital with generous gifts from their gardens.  Miss Kothleen Macaulay of  the Faith Mission Vancouver,  addressed  the  Sunday School  special Thanksgiving    Service  for parents and children.  The children  brought  canned  goods for  St. Mary's hospital .  which  were    placed   on  t he  chancel steps.  The next big event for Port  Mellon will be the Fall Fair*  on Oct. 27, those entering the  fashion  parade  are  reminded  that there are only two more1  weeks.  fp*x**  Bill McNeil and Maria Barrett discuss the first script of  ASSIGNMENT, the   hour-long  week night show which,will  be heard Monday through  Friday on the CBC Dominion  Radio Network.    Maria    and  Bill have    been    signed    as  hostess arid host of the show,  which" will couple the magazine concept of radio with the  finest in actuality coverage.'  SELMA PARK STORE  Under The New Management Of  DOROTHY S HARVEY HUBBS  Our  Wish  is to  Fulfill Your/'  At Comparative Prices  MEATS;-rGROCERIESi. ��� FRUITS  VEGTABLES ��� CONFECTIONS  7Phone Sechelt -~ 76  TIC E  arii <3Fli!  ru  8  a.m.  to  5   p.m.  Phone 11  Sechelt  Rope & Welding  Morse  Gibsons 179A  EMERGENCY ONLY  Power Saws  Gordon  Sechelt 128  For Crying/  Wally/  Sechelt 19M  EICN E R S      D IS Till E jfc I E  L .I'M. IT ED  Ihh wfoftr&MKMit h net poblltlMd ��r _fspl_y&_ by tf�� tfquo? C��nfrol Been! er by tfe�� GdvernmaBJ *fftrititta Coi-geMo,  >T-'���I iMMSr^ SCOTn SCRAP BOOK)  ��� Within the covers of almost  iany hymn book are hymns  written by men and women  of various denominations arid  holding , ; . widely different  views. Probably here, more  than janywhere else, is to be  found/the broadest basis of  church union.  'Onward Christian Soldiers,'  was written by Baring Gould,  a widely known Anglican  clergyman and 7 a vigorous  leader of his day. 'Abide with  me.' which,, according    to    a  faint a room today. Use it t<*  tight.   It's easy with SPEED*  T��ASY Satin, So satin smooth t_  '���[jse, drM^ ib\ fa��t, fitandg/hardy  ������f.;fear'���"������ ���~P*uat;be. s^r��W��rf over 7  7 nd 0%,Na "painty'* odor; no  TJlap rtuirks". :F6r plaster/ Wall-  Joard,   masonry   ���   needs   no  rimer. Choose your color from  fie wide range now available.  GIBSONS  BUILDING  SUPPLIES, LTD.  Phone  Gibsons  53  recent .poll in Britain, is the  best loved hymn of to-day,  was also written by an Ang-  Jican,the Rev. Henry F. Lyte.  'Lead Kindly Light.' written  by Henry Newman, 'who left  the Anglican Church to T be-1  come a priest and eventually  a Cardinal in' the Roman  Catholic Church, is a favorite  in all churches. 'Jesus, Lover  ; of My; Soul,'was written by  Charles Wesley, brother of  John Wesley, originator of  Methodism. THfenry Ward  Beecher considered this t the  finest hymn  in  our  language  /and many .would agree    with  him.  *     *     *  Sara Flower Adams, author  of 'Nearer My God to  Thee,'  was a   Unitarian,    and    John  Greenleaf Wittier,  who wrote  'Dear    Lord  and     Father    of  Mankind;'  'When on My Day  of Life  the Nigh{ is Falling,'  was  a  Quaker.    Isaac  Watts,  perhaps   the   most   prolific   of  all hymn writers, was a theologian,     holding      evangelical  views. Many of his hymns are  among the best known in our  language. , Among   others,    he  wrote:  'O  God  Our Help    in  Ages  Past,'    which was    the  most     popular in    the     first  World War. In an age of bitter  controversy, Watts     remained  charitable and  tolerant. More  than seventy of his hymns are  in constant use.  In his day William Cowper  was considered by many, the  most popular poet of* his time;  the critic,  Charles Lamb said  Cowper, was,  'the wisest  and  best of Britain's    poets.    His  fame as a    hymn    writer    is  most   enduring.     Among,   his  best-known hymns  are:  'Hark  My Soul it is the Lord;' 'Somer  times a Light Surprises,' and  'God Moves   in v a Mysterious  Way.' When the British magazine, John O'London's Weekly,    queried its    readers    for  their / preferences,    this 7 last  hymn was ;ranked very highly.  His religious,jv;i^ws vwere *sim-  ($ CEM-TuRY'tbys ARt  1     CM.L��Dv<rt�� WORLD'S  CRUELtSf.  IMPRISOHE& BIRDS  WSJt>��. MADE <ft��M HOVE  HURON,  UNKtpfPEASOlt.  RUFFIAN.  HURON."  .'���>  OHE.OFA.  ffRIBE. OF  IROQUOIAM  IMDIJkHS  ,FORM��R_y  OCCUPYING  ���frit OOUHIRY  " BE.<WEEM^AK_  HUR.OK A*4t>  UKE 6K<ARI_."  pleaded not guilty... They had  not purchased anything, ,were  ignorant of the legislation, and  according to* the defense,  there is a consideration being  given to legislation to permit-  Indians to enter liquor stores.  Nevertheless, the7 three men  were found guilty as charged  and fined $50 and costs each.  Coast News, Oct. 11,  1956    7  Others found guilty and  fined $25 and costs for speeding were: George Warwick,  North Vancouver, Ewart Mc-  Mynn, Vancouver, Albert  Cranswick, Kamloops and  Robert Ecdleston of Fort  Moody,  Murray Kornaga of Vancouver, who drove his vehicle  without due care and attention  and without a current driver's  license, paid a fine of $75 and  costs.  ��� Francis French of Sechelt,  charged with driving while  his ability was impaired, was  fined $150 and .costs.  I.O.O.F. Sunshine Coast  Lodge No.76 meets Gibson's Legion Hall 2nd and  4th Friday each month.   .  /  fyy---  boy  B.C. PRODUCTS  build   \  mm  B.C. PAYROLLS  &ERT. ot TRADE imflNDOSTRY  ������ "VicTori-M.'af.-c.-  ARE YOU READY  for  the  First Season   of  OVERTURE  CONCERTS?  When Your Canvasser Calls During The Membership  .   Campaign. Your Fee Of $6.60 Entitles You To A Card  _Admitt��ng���You To All 3 Of the Winter Concerts.  If  300  or  more members  join,  3  fine  concerts  are  ycurs  If  not,  your money  will  be  // . promptly    refunded  :       J YOUR CANVASSER IS YOUR NEIGHBOUR.  A MEMBER OF THE PENINSULA  OVERTURE CONCERT ASSOCIATION.  JOIN NOlT you  PENINSU A  OVERTURE CONCERT  POPUUtflOH OfWE  WOtaP BY'Trt__Np  f  4.000,cbo,OOQP��R$oi��.  ���fa*  Copr my, Kwfi fcuam 5/oJtatt. to. Warf- n*k*��  ARE EA<EK ty FAKIRS  JK AFRICA- Bitf'l'rtE- ������  ,       SPEC-lX-fORS DO KofKHOV/  /WA.-C 4&l COHdUR.OR.KAS  S.EMOYE.D -fkE. CWeJMURSS StlHq  UUSY BIFOWL KL ��A.<S *f.  and  ilar to those od Wesley  Watts. 7 *     .  A hymn, found in hymn  books of nearly all denominations, is 'Jesus~, the Very  Thought' of Thee,' written in  the twelfth century by the  French Monk, Bernard of  Clarlvaus. He was founder of  the monastery of Clarivaus and  author of many theological  treatises. The hymh was translated from Latin into English over a'century ago.  The hymns just mentioned  were written by men who  were far apart in their theological views but absolutely  one in their deep devotion to  God. And this devotion is recognized by every religious  group who sing the hymns  without      giving    a       single  thought to their authorship.  ���'�����.*     *  We forgot to mention the  Calvinist, Augustus Toplady;  author of 'Rock of Ages.' Who,  for instance, ever stops to inquire ��� about Toplapdy's views  before singing that deeply  (moving hymn? And so it is  with all hymns. We sing them  because they do something to  us arid VwfeT recognize the  spirituality of the author air  part altogether from their  views.  .���������"���  When we attend a religious  service, no matter what the  denomination may be, we  sing and enjoy the hymns  because we feel in the same  spirit as the man who wrote  them. When a hymn is announced no reasonable person  would think of ��� looking in the  fcyftinT book to see who the  writer, was of find out what  system of theology he believed in.-We find that we centre  our nunds on the words of  the hymn itself. Perhaps we  are nearer to God in suoh a  mood than at any other time.  It may be ChrisUon people  will be united through the  medium of hymns more than  any spoken word.  The first victim of the police radar cars was George A.  Burrows, of Vancouver, who  paid a fine of $25 and costs  for exceeding speed limits  near  Granthams  Landing.  , For Guaranteed  Watch and Jewelry  Repairs  CHRIS'S   JEWELERS  Work   done   on   the   Premises  WE BUY OLD GOLD  Phone 96 Sechelt  -��s^W%��&i&��^RR��c&Ue3��39  Former Gibsons  teacher at UBC  The editors and their wives  attending the Canadian Weekly Newspaper Association convention in Vancouver October  4,5, and 6, were the luncheon  guests of the University of  British Columbia in Brock  . Memorial Hall,, after which  they were taken to the Chemistry Building and a tour ^of  Library. The editors-then attended a clinic on photography.  '  Ladies of the party were  (taken on a tour of the Home  Economics building by Prof.  Charlotte Black, then through  ithe school of nursing, the  women's residence, practice  house, and had tea at the Faculty Club;.  The editors wife had the  pleasure of meeting Miss Cun-  liffe, who taught school, and  was the principal of the elementary scool in Gibsons from  1924 to 1929. Miss Cunliffe  has recently returned from  England, where she assisted  in the setting up of a -school  for social TSyorkers, for the  United Nations. She was much  interested in Gibsons, and  sent her regards to any who  remember her. and especially  mentioned Dr. Hugh Inglis,  Mr Eric Inglis, ''Mrs Helen  Shoebottom, and Mrs Maud  Fisher.  Police Court  The first prosecution on the  TPeninsula, under section 75  of the Government Liquor  Act, found Benny Joe, Henry  Paul and George Paul charged with illegally entering a  Liquor store, being Indians.  Defended by Chief Andy Paul  of North Vancouver, the three  FIR F-REWOOD  LARGE LOADS  $7.50 DELIVERED GIBSONS  $8.00 OUTSIDE GIBSONS  FIR SAWDUST  $6.50 DELIVERED GIBSONS  $7.00 OUTSIDE GIBSONS  SUCRE LUMBER CO. Ltd.  PHONE GIBSONS 151  ��i&s2^^R^!ife^Sli^52w^i3?  O Let Solnik Winterize your Vehicle  T    ��� r ���  *p Change  to Winter  Lubricants,  Winter  Tires  JV '   ��  g Flush  Radiator  &   Instai  Antifreeze.  Check  &  Renew your Battery  w.  A  G  E  N  We'll  Phone 75  Also  Do  Your  Welding &  Burning.  SOLNIK SERVICE STATION  Secheli  W  I  L  L  Y  S  J  E  E  P  ^  mr , D' A R C Y  WELL-KNOWN WEST VANCOUVER  PHOTOGRAPHER  WILL feE AT THE  PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  22 to 26  FOR THE PURPOSE OF TAKING  PHOTOGRAPHS  FOR CHRISTMAS DELIVERY  Appointments may be made for Sittings ait the Hotel or in  your Own Homo, by phoning Mrs. Finchaim, Pender'Harbour 395/  or at Ihe Hotel desk.  ow, we "build in"  felephone wiring  in your new home  We call it pre-wiring, and it costs you nothing extra,  Pre-wiring means we install and conceal telephone  wiring while your home is being built. It saves  drilling holes in finished surfaces and lets you *  plan for extra phones, but the necessary extra  wiring will never show. For full pre-wiring ������  information, call the business office of  the Telephone Company. .-  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  ,  TELEPHONE   COMPANY BY   ELSIE  JOHNSON  ��� Star games bowled at the  Seohelt Bowling Alleys this  past week were: Gibsons Mixed, Daisy Bailey 321; Pender  Harbour, Joe Feldes 305; Peninsula Commernial, Eve Moscrip 301; and Ball and Chain,  Anne Kurluk 341, and Roy  Whyte 294.  High scores Oct. 2 to the 6,  Sechelt Ladies League: High  three, Nancy Jaeger 598; High  single, Nancy Jaeger 228;  team, high three, Lucky Strikes 2394; team high single,  Lucky Strikes 916.  Gibsons Mixed: Women's  high three, Doreen Crosby  634; women's high single,  Daisy Bailey 321;  men's high  three, Ron Godfrey 659;  men's, high single, Ron Godfrey 273; team high three,  Mirabilia 2507;* team high  single, Danoloji's 937.  . Peninsula Teen: Girl's high  three, Leanna Moscrip 452;  girl's high single, Leanna Moscrip 185; boy's high three,  Bill ; McDermid 528; boy's  high single, !>��� Chamberlain  193;. team high three, Sharp  Shooters 1965; team high single, Penni-Loafers 711.  Pender Harbour: Women's  high three, Rosa Swan 472;  women's high single, Rosa  Swan 220; men's high three,  Joe Feldes 749; men's high  single, Joe Feldes 305; team  high three, Pill Rollers 2499;  team high single, Pill Rollers  937..  Port Mellon: Women's high  three, Lottie Campbell -554;  women's high single, Lottie  CampbeSl 265; men's high  three, Chris Johnson 673;  men's high single, Chuck  Keogh 263; team high three,  Dare Devils 2511; team high  single, Slo-Moe Five 945.  Peninsula Commercial:  Women's-high three, Eve Moscrip 621; women's high single,  Eye Moscrip 301; mens high  three Andy Leslie 663; mens  high single, Sam MacKenzie  266; team high three,'.Peninsula Contractors 2705; Tteam  high single, Shell Oil 994.  Sechelt Sports Club, Wo^  men's high three, Eve Moscrip 653; women's high single,  Dorothy Smith 260; men's  high thrtee, Ph$ Deleenheer  702;men's high" single, Phil  Deleenheer  259;    team * high  three, Blue Devils 2539; team  high single, -Blue Devils 9.68.  Ball and, Chain, Women's  high three, Anne Kurluk 651;  women's high Single, Anne  Kurluk 341; men's high three,'  Roy Whyte 715; men's high  single, Roy Whyte 294; team  high three, Creeps 2756; team  high single, Creeps 1005.  on your  ER'S SHE  PRICES  EFFECTIVE  THURSDAY9offi.,-J��  7 . ;'.TQ  "T  TUESDAY OCT 16  ROYAL CITY  PORK and BEANS  PINEAPPLE - Pieces  APPLE JUICE - Clear  CUT GREEN BEANS asstd.  APRICOTS-choice  Q.T.F.  SUN RYPE  15 oz.  15 oz.  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