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 ��' J'tMwaiMikU'c  Published  in   Gibsons,  B,  C,  Volume JQ,7Number��Sfc��.  November: 29, 1956.  V-IA  Provincial- Library,  Victoria, B* c.  Serving ihe Growbsg  Sunshine Coast  When Secbeit's new muni-  eipai hallTwas: opened at an  official ceremqriy Saturday afternoon four generations were  (Spanned when Julie Steele,  great-granddaughter, of T;J.  Cook J.P, one of the original  owners of land comprising the  present village, cut the ribbon  symbolizing the opening of the  haii..      . "���-������';.;..  Ernie Pearson was master of  ceremonies for the opening and  close to 300 persons watched  the ceremonies. 'X...  A 7painting, probably one of  the first ever painted of the Sechelt area was < presieritgd the  Sechelt Village Commision'by  ��� Geoffrey Whitaker, great-  grandson of the painter who  in, 1902 depicted the spot on  which stood the first post office, the telegraph offce,.school*  arooxn and hotel. This picture  will hang in the municipal office as ��t reminder to the commissioners of the progress Sechelt has made -since that time.  The building depicted Tin the  painting w^s destroyed by fire.  Capt. Sam Dawe'received the  painting on behalf of the vil- '  lage ahd he thanked the Whittaker familjr for the gift���what  is noto a priceless; relic of old  Bechel*.     '\  ,.  ''After the.iall had _l>eeri de-  clWedopenofficjanyMr. Pfear-  son presented tfiie pdminission  with a'finely shade gavel, made  by Mr. Ted Cdbk.   7 l  "When ���* ii'*came ' time "f Or   the  i^mrrojm. 'pt the" pommision,  Mrs. * Christine    Johnson    to"  imake a rfew remarks  before'  turning on poWer t<* Sechelt's  23   street   lights,   she   quoted  tntm the BibW Wdl^ejw&hery  remarks brief said *'Let there  be light." And, lo, thanks to'  the - able   accomplishments of  Bob Norminton of B.C. Electric -and his staff,  there mess  light  " Magistrate Johnston helped  Mr. Pearson on his official duties and kept things moving  along. Commissioner Ritchey,  chairman of Gibsons Village  Commission .added ' Gibsons'  congratulations to the event  and in passing said he was surprised at the number of citizens who had turned up for the  event.  . Following ceremonies at the  Municipal hall tea was served  in the Legibri Aball where Mrs.  Marion Nordby, concert pianist  played several classical numbers. v  As guests entered the hall  they signed a book arid added/  the year in which they settled  in this district. The book, will  be kept along with an album  of old pictures! being prepared  by, Mrs. S.. Dawe and will become part of Sechelt archives.  Presiding at the urns were  Mrs. T. Osborne, Mrs. J. Parker, Mrs. I. Gilbert and Miss  Linnie Nickson. Tea was con-  debate TV  vs. children  vened by Mrs. W.K. Berry and  Request that the firehall be  Mrs.   S. Dawe and served  by y^ut on a private telephone line  First violin  when aged 4  ���Violinist Arti^rTPolson was;  born in ^hcouyer hi 1936, of  Swje$ish7parents. At a .very  'early; Tage, the-child showed  sigris oi musical aptitude,, and  ivhen jhe was' only four, Ar-  7 thur'sj Jlather begain teaching  >the boy toTplay vioiiriT Arthur's  f^^^striiment was;, a small-  sized ^yioiin T^?hich7 This T father  had made him but of a piece of.  solid pine,' using a jack-knife .  ��s his only topi!  Like   most   young children,  Arthur hatedy.tp practice^ and  it .wast hot until he was fourteen years of age,' ednd he'started studying with' Gregqri Gar-~~  bovitsky  that   the  violin  sud-  7'denly had, new > nieaning- for  him. At this point-inrhis career,"  it became apparent io his family  and his yteacher ��� that  here  was a violinist of  ihore' thanv-  lOrdinary.   ability. ���.Within "six  months: of the7 time he? start- ���.  ed taking lemons .with^'  vitsky,   .Arthur *Pols"Oh::g��ive  his first solb recital 'ih ''Vancouver, and V.ini- the following sea-.  son',- theTyourig  on a tour of Western Provinces .  under the auspices of the B.C.  Registered Music Teachers.  This tour took him as far East  as Winnipeg, and" during the '  course of four weeks he performed 22 concerts before major musical clubs and Associations in the West.  ��� Aspects of television asi it  concerns your children was the  subject of a buzz session under  trejeadersiiip of Mrs. J. Warn  at the Roberts Creek PTA last  Wednesday.  Four topics discussed were  A T-V set or not a T-V set;  watching your children, controlling, hours and programs;  preferred and not preferred  programs and' T-V and chii-  ren's reading.  It was* generally agreed  there were some good children's programs, such as cowboy plays, Disney, Waterland,  Travelogues and many others,^  and that the more undesirable  plays come on, usually, at a  late hour.  Children absorbed in T-V  have* poor eating habits. Eyes,  are affected and children.get  too little exercise. T-V keeps  the' ^nmy*r^11����ft^^^����itra^��(  ryto expectations, their reading interests have broadened  were some of the points debated. '  On the whole, it was felt that  T-V ist her^ to take its own  place in the family. As it is parental influence thai counts,  trouble over late hours, lack of  discipline and kindred faults  cannot be blamed on the instru-  toient but upon home training  and emjironment.  Mrs. E. Flumerfelt agreed to  take on the convenorstyp of the  February dance while Mrs. O.  Blomgren will be in charge of  the kitchen.  The PTA will again sponsor  carol singing and a musical  program in the school in lieu of  their December meeting.  President Mrs. A. Danroth  welcomed new members and  it is hoped that many more will  ��� find their way to the school ori:  ihe third 7Wednesday of, each  riiontB.. v    :\-y-  7|hd not on a party line will be  Tmade by the Village Commission,  it was decided at  Tuesday night's meeting.  j? Reason for the request was-  the result of a complaint by  fire Chief Feeny who said efforts to find where fires were  .\,vhen   the   siren   sounds were  frustrated   because  party, line         fhoners refused to get off the  passed on who would have en- ;l^e so it could be cleared,  joyed this;day, such as Ma and'X' i; Fire Chief Feeney proposed  Willie   Thomson,   Joe  Martin, y f hat  the1 Village   Commission  A.E.   Genower-,   Mr.and  Mrs. -y investigate   the   possibility  -of  R.C.Kean, the Gregory Allen's-T..guying an Air.Force fire truck "  Mrs. J. WQolMt,.not forgettingTvy now on  the   market   through  Al Jackonof Wilson Creek who v Thrown ..Assets     Corporation.,  would  have'- beeri oh hand  to^- *Cosfr. laid   down   in   Gibso_ns  say Hello to so many  of his7��T^vould ���ybd in   the   vicinity  of  friends..  "the Sechelt Girl Guides under  the direction of Captain Ethel  Walker.'     ���*.'.  Many old timers were in the  crowd including Mr. and Mrs.  W. Allen, Mrs. E:E. TRedman,  Mrs. W.B. ^Billingsley, -Miss  Amelia James, Mr. and Mrsi.  W.J. Mayne. Mr. and Mrs. W.  Youngson . and many others.  Our thoughts went \ out to  many other pioneers who have  On   Thursday  district-  arid according to the fire  ihief would bean exellent buy  for they villages because the  f ive-tontruck is, fully equipped  ^except-for, hose.  |, Considerable discussion ��� fol-  ��o:wed TonT wider .;.fire. protection  covering areas outside,the vil-  With more than 100 Scouts  ana Cubs present and at least  another 100 more parents and  friends, the Sunshine Coast Boy  Scout Association annual meeting in Roberts Creek hall reelected its slate of officers  unanimously.  Lome Blain, as nominating  committee offered Magistrate  Andy Johnston as district pres-  ��� ident, Harold Wilson as vice-  president, Wes. Hodgson as secretary and Edward Henniker  as treasurer. All were elected  unanimously. It was also recommended to the provincial  headquarters that John Wood  continue as commissioner.  The executive, also chosen  unanimously will include Mr.  Chamberlain, Don Macklam, E.  Johnson, S. Butler, Mr. Frigpn,  Wit  azaar  commisiifajfa chief  and  Mrs. Sergant, presented  en Bar awarcis &nd Service^  Stars to four, ^rownies^of'~$JMl  Pbrt Mellon iPack. They were \  Carol Enemark,7vJb&htrte:';,V$fy  gusett, Maureen Forishiiery: arid T  Anneli IWest; At the Y^reiTnot^ X  wereVBArs. J; Strayli^n .aiid^'T  jyCrs. -ET Preiss,^., q^ptain  |Capt. John Bunyaai taking part.  >Plans > are apparently under  |way^ for an int^si^ Thrive" tp  |get'T"the'outside areas'-,into a  IfireTprotectwn scheme^  X The Tcommissliqn at. the re-  Iquest of the Tfirenien will :pur^  vT^cbaseT.ayspace heater for^the  heuten^vt ^th^!P^^  1st Guid. Commnv: Mrs: *fc*n-Y ^^^.^Sim^-'JSii^b:-:  I ^ the fire chief reported;.  Ji^^i^fe^'^ialUn^   $149/72  y weireTchecked arid ordered paid.  qfythis ���; tot^i,T-$30.60 was fbr  1st Guide: Coinjiaii^; M^-Mitn;  ton, badge secretary and  c."-GM^^l#^6ffie!^'^|e;  BrowniesV^^^si-^iTi-5^^  and Mr-F,:^estiT': X-  "On Nov. 26i^i;the7ahsehceT;  io hiiild a $1,000-extensicral to  ' their lious^ also a $75 lean-to  onTtji,eir boat works\ was passed.  ]%s7'J^K;JitE; '���.jyfetcalfe:y:was  granted a &**&& f?r7 a $"450  g;ar^geV iEd. Feidler was grant-  ed a ^rmit for a $lv|>00 storehouse "and workshop;-  captain 1st ^PertS Mdl^TGuide  tompany: enrolled twrolhew recruits, Dawn Armsixong and  Diane; Denford, who. received  their ties and pins and.are now  entitled to wear guide uniforms. At the ceremony were  Mrs. Manton, badge secretary:  Mrs. Greggain, godmother to  the Guides and Mrs. Graham,  godmother, to the Brownies.' .  On Memorial DayT the 1st  Port Mellon Guides and leaders went ori a trail hike.T Patrol  A with Mrs. Preiss led tiue trail,-  through the bush to the foot  of the mountain, which was  followed by Patrol B led by  Mrs. Strayhorn. Patrol- B staged a series of mock casualties ������Pa-cden Bay, to present the hos-  and Patrol A although taken -pitalwith a portable telephone,  completely,iby surprise rose to   . Frc$  Feeney, took T charge   of  Kiwanis give  portable phone  7 Two Sundays ago, a party of  Kiwanis headed by the club  president, Ozzie Hinks, journeyed . to St.  Mary's  hospital,  Legion  plans award  ..    ... ���- ��� 1. ���      '  At a recent meeting of the  Gibsons Ladies Auxiliary, Can-,  adlan" Legion, plans were set  in motion to establish an annual  award for the most progressive  student ih'-the Gibsons" Elementary school. T; XX"'  ������������.Thev award will not neces-  - sanly  go to the student with  highest marks or unusual aptitudes, but to. the student who  shows sincere- effort and application ...;to   reach   the   highest  standing.    .                 ���  . :y The.annual  award  consists  ��of'aTcash prize and scroll, bear-  . ing.' the  student's   name  and  , meritorious achievement'.-'��� ������  OdcJfeHows   social  Rebekahs, Oddfellows and  their friends will hold an open  social evening Jri the Wilson  Creek Hall, Friday, Nov. 30," at  8:30. There will be a 'sale of  horne cooking, an auction,-and  entertainment. Proceeds are for  charity. -v ���������.-.-  Cars will call at Kum-Agen  cafe from 7:45 to 8:00 for those  who would like a ride.  ���the occasion and, effectively  treated Peggy Gill for a burn1,  Janet Swanson for a cut wrist  Jacquie Acheson, broken arm,  and having rendered first aid  to Gail Greggain for a broken  knee packed; her out of the  bush on an improvised stretcher.'   ������������-       ���   y ������    .   .  the installation and the first  call was made fay Mrs. Mac-  Donnell who spoke to her family by long distance,     y  This portable phone, one facet of the welfare work Kiwan-:  is do. can.be moved from bed  to bed, and has proven a great  asset to the hospital.   .  for Midway store  Midway   Grocery   celebrates  its  10th anniversary in Gibsons this week, wit;h a big anniversary sale, and free giftsyto,  . -its.customers. In:1946y Ed and  Mollie  Connor and  their  two  little   girls,   came .to   Gibsons,  where Ed's father had chosen <  for retirement.  ,  They, set up a little grocery  in the srriall building on Wyn-y  ^aert's farm, across: vthe-^roaa.  There they operated for tw;o  months .while Ed built ihe store  ���and home they now occupy. Ed  had been .a carpenter in Vancouver and had .worked for they  B.C.   Electric.  Moilie was. the'  .grocer 0% the family and organsy  ized the first (business.        '}'."''"  . -Three   years   ago   was   the:  Connor's first major evpansion,  when    they    increased    their  store by.about half. They put  in coolers, freezers, and what  was then a.modern, serve-your-  self-style business. Demands of  -their customers long- ago forced them to handle meats.  (7    Recently, Tfor their anniversary  year,   Midway   increased  -its  shelving area,  ahd put in  new display areas and coolers,  and. redecorated the tore. Now  . they feel they have' a modern  "and   pleasant    grocery   store.  With their paved parking area  they have made shopping convenient v .   V  , y TLpcaJ bbyS' .arid girls who  have been employed at Midway  for the past "few year's-"are?  Sylvia D'Aoust/ CarriTeri" Robinson, Edna" Plow; Riith'and  Greta Westyand, Dennis Hicks,  Robert ^Norris, Mai'MacMillan,  ���Mervin Fladager, Gordie Moon-  ey," Yvonne Gai*y, Lome Moe,  and Joyce Connor.,  The Connors, in celebrating  their 10th anniversary as Midway Grocery have enjoyed  their- years in Gibsons, and  hope, to serve the community  for many years to come.   '  The November meeting of  the Women's Institute was^ held  at, the  home  of  Mrs.   Harry  " Winii to hear the report of one  of the rriost successful annual  bazaars held so far.  Mrs. Corlett butlined the itinerary, by air pf Canada's W.I.  ���delegates to Ceylon, stopping  over in Paris, Geneva, Rome,  ��� Karachi and Bombay, arriving  in Columbo on Dec. 4. From  Rome a tour is planned of the  Holy Land and Jerusalem!,  Following the business session, Mrs. Hodgson, in a denv  : onstration   of   gift   wrapping,  y said gift wrapping today is big  ;btiainess.?Shownjg.first how attractive gift boxes can be made  frbm wall paper, then demonstrating the correct method to  wrap and   riiake  the glamour  ; bows;; IVlrs. Hodgson turned  next to novelty wrapping.  Ainong the novelty wrappings  demonstrated was a smajl  sleigh with peppermint candy  runners and drawn by a tiny  reindeer. A gay cartwheel hat  with a removable crown held  a small piece of jtwelry. Nylons  were concealed in a miniature  table lamp and a round salt  carton - covered with tartan  made an attractive holder for  sox. For the camera enthusiast  films were packed into a realistic looking camera made from  a cereal box with aluminum  painted cotton spools for lens  and film winder. A Christmas:  pudding was transformed into  the funniest of clowns by using  the imagination with a little  striped  paper,   a  rubber  ball  ��� for the head, a ruffle and a  fool's cap.  Mrs. Hodgson reminded' the  group that the simplest remembrance should be wrapped with  care, for the wrapping expres-  . es the thought behind the gift.  There "is more furi if you p'"t  your own personality into your  gift presentations.        ' ���   ���  The     afternoon     concluded  with   refreshments,  a vote   of  thanks going to the hostess' for...  hospitality.   The next meeting  .will be the annual meeting in  United church hall '��� Tuesday,  Dec. 11th. ..--.-���  N.R.  McKibbin   and  Mr. ansS  Mrs. O. Dubois.  The meeting was infomeSr  and Cubs in the SunsSfnE:  that there are now 160 StSBSfe:  Coast Association and Gsafe  there would be plenty nKffiRiE;  leaders would step for^s^S?  and help organize other tressse-  of Scouts and Cubs. It \vasa3fc  nounced that Gibsons was sgze;  point where a troop of Scnife  could be organized immeaisSer  Jy if a scoutmaster couldi Ite*  found.  Les Way. provincial -prat-  dent spoke to the boys and .parents urging them on to biggsar  and better ideals in SconiSfe  generally. He also "gave soase  incideritsi connected with Sfe>  World Jamboree held in IS^r-  era Canada last year. He.maSte  a strong appeal for more leadership for Scouts and Cubs KHfe  appealed to groups to geSc Aft-  arid' help out. The rewarfi. S*s  said would be the knowledgesg:  doing somethirig towards Sttfe  betterment of the corrimui^^L  Awards were presented Sbc'  service beyond the line of dsiigr  and Gibsons Scouts, 1st Stffe->  erts Creek Cub Pack, VfUgBZ  Creek Sea Scouts and 1st Sechelt Cubs were honored vSKt?  a special, mention, going to ^te��  iPort Mellon group, organitigg  a short while only. '  Jules Mainil, for the Khraffr-  is club .received.^ charter abc  Kiwanis club which spaftmm$t  the Gibsons Scouts. Mr. Sm~  rold of Roberts .Creek  awarded a 30 year Scout  vice medal by the Donsuata*  Scouting headquarters, tlmajfb  Les Way, the president of "WEL  Scouts and Cubs.  Mr.   Way   said   ne?��t *$&*.  would be the j��bilee~ yeser ��S��-  -the^irth ot.Ba^en^oweB^*^  ganizer of ' Scoiltfhg' in: GwSft  Britain.  Magistrate Johnston t**?*  chairman and in his reraaaSe  said there had been a trenant^  doiis increase in Scouts' acM  Cubs' work during the last year  and he said the future loalsSfe  promising as other troops we  being formed.      .  The    Scout    campaigft  funds earlier in the year:  R. Gill of Port Mellon asiffifiiB  $1,048   and  Mr.   Gill  ree!*�� '  the congratulations of theOTsSip-  ing for his efforts. The vanmm '.  districts    reported    on    tfiaabEf  strength and aictmjbc��7andi*E'  showed "an excellent "growlfc.,  the - boys had displays jjdfi.  on the stage tastefully -arajsasg-  ed .with a tent, trees dnfi^i.  camp-fire with a moon sfi&isqg  down gave them ae chancer ftE-'  a sing-song. Refreshments ���bbre-'.  pleted the evening.  Automatics lor  Port Mellon*  ���Port Mellon, will ' have an  autoihatic tplephone system  Within tlie next three years,  " E.L. Mallet, B^C. Telephone Co7-  district commercial manager,  has announced. "���'���''  "The system will be engineered in the near future," said  Mr.-Mallet, "and'is scheduled  to be in operation in the late  summer of 1959."       "  '  * A "building will  be  erected"  tb   house  the  complex   equip-'  ment for the new telephone exchange.  Arts group   :'.  first concert  Pupils of the newly fornaSiS.  Allied Arts Group will preset:  .-   variety concert in the Gii-  ::ans   Elementary School XB2&  Saturday''^Bing,  Dec. fU^SS*  8 -p.my|g^'TT' ;;  This grqiip is made up oS^Etv  music, dancing and drama '&&���>  chers  of  this  peninsula ��Sryl  have joined  to encourage* sSS  to perform publicly. This ^xa?-  gram promises to be one VE'lSx?/"  students of the arts   who TciSfe  rhost   interesting   and -vsECCi  "ever presented   on  the pex^f-^  sula, and is in aid of the Cm- '  cer fund sponsored hy theiJ^IS,;  ; All teachers who haveTSfeS  been contacted and wotildTS&e::  tb fake part in the next coinssr.: '���  please write or phone Mrs ^1.:  Cfitchell at Wilson Creek Sffl&.  -���      GLASSES  FOUND      ./���'  '"'��� Brown plastic, gold rimnjSai  glasses have been turned wmr  to  tlie   Coast  News by .jEiatrsf:  Drummond, Sr., who repxn\s����.  finding  them.   Anyone tovksgY"  lost glasses and unable to r^'inl  this    should    be    notified    0^-'  friends   the  glasses   pre -jn^SB-Y  able at. The Coast'Ne.vs,  ���y csast mzws  Published by Secheli Peninsula News Lld��  every Thursday, ai 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  -Suihorized Second Class Mail, Post Office Department. Ottawa.  Sates of Subscription: 12 mos., $2;    6 mos., $1.25;   .3 mos., 75c.  Waited States and Foreign, $2.50 per year. 5e per copy.  2   Coast News, Nov. 29, 1956.  ' T ^  .  * t -  4  *:*->  �� 4* 1* .*�� .*  ;&  An event at' Sechelt on Saturday is another milestone in the  Jfistory of the Sunshine Coast or to. ibe more specific, the Sechelt  Peninsula. The new municipal hall was opened. There are some  sidividuals in Sechelt who have dubbed it the City Hall but such  a description is somewhat premature. Over the entrance of the  <**&? hall" are the words Municipal Hall���so that is what it will  lie. to The Coast News. ';.���'���  Sechelt municipality is not yet one year "old but it has really  progressed: in that short space of time and the commissioners under the chairmanship of Mrs. Christine Johnston deserve praise  Jor their tenacity of purpose. The municipal clerk, Ralph Johnson,  33 a good watch dog of municipal affairs in Sechelt.  We do not know whether Magistrate Johnston was perpetuating on a tape recorder some imperishable thoughts of the day  lant among those asked! to utter some remark for the recorder was  .Safe editor who said he would like to be able to see Sechelt 50  S^arsfrom now. It is something on which to ponder. Sechelt 50  .gears from, now will startle: its early pioneers. T  ,.'.' One of the most refreshing events that has occurred on the  Judges cheek posters  REFRESHING EVENT  Sunshine Coast for some time was last week's annual meeting of  ���Sie Sunshine Coast Boy Scouts Association.  ��� y It was particularly refreshing, first/because of the more than  33KHads present along with their youthful verve, and secondly  gfecause of their singing of our National Anthem, O Canada, Nev-  3f Itefore, we suspect, has it been sung with such enthusiasm and  clarity of tone. True they were assisted in the background by an  adult group, their parents and friends���but. this will not take  ^rom them the fact that they, the Scouts and Cubs,,really did a.  :lriie job on our National Anthem. VV'V>/ TVT'V-T  ' A suggestion which cari-be thrown out right rioW^yiould be  ��Eat4he 100 or more laidis should find a leader who would give  aiem rudimentary training so they could give one concert a year  and raise funds for themselves or some charitable purpose. Such  a concert should attract a good many people. So let's have The  Singing Scouts and Cubs.   ( . ���";.'."���.   T/.T  Judges,   Fred   Amess,   principal of the Vancouver .School  or Art, John Kprher, president,  British Columbia Society of Artists and Peter  Downes, advertising   executive   and  member  of the Vancouver Art Gallery,  hold the five prize-winning posters   of  the  B.C.   Centennial  Poster competition. Tl -  They were selected f roiri  more than 200 entries sent in.  from amateur and professional;  artists throughout the province..  The $1M00 Poster competition  was held to find a design suitV  able to publicise the British  Columbia   1958   Centenary.  Don't  lau  afc:  ': -   v. .        -        -   -. ��� .��� -��� -  if  Mi^Mujig^riclpl  i  your future. An Investors     j  ^Syndicate Tplan ywilihelp    |  You may not "lose money  like this unfortunate lady  but you probably lose  small sums just as quickly.  Why not set aside these  The five winning artists will 'Ismailv sumsP-they can so  now  receive cash   awards   of      ^^^^li't  $100  with   an opportunity to      stantml  eash  ^^ for  compete for the grand award  of $400 and second and thirdT f^yo^Cairpr Avrite:  prizes of $100 each. ;7 -  "       --���  Winning artists are, in alphabetical order: George E. Crawford, 1110 East 15th Ave., Vancouver;   Herbert   Gilbert, .550  ,  CArdero  St.,   Vancouver; Art  Hopping;  6788   E.   Boulevard,  Vancouver;    Glenn,     Startup; ���  7791   French  St.,  Vancouver;-  and Dick A.G. Vanderihoogen,.  1043 St. Georges, North Vancouver. ��� -   '  -"  f  Vi'  NEVILLE  ASTLEY  District Manager  503-640  W. : Hastings  Vancouver: 2,  B.C.  Phone  Marine  5283  f|Y  i  i  8  -���r'mutuar��f ���*��*���*'�����?  .     yearn** Imp* i  bub <*?Kb*mmri*,*ni��UUfna&tit9Btl.  *f-  ' Some years ago, a friend of  seine underwent a medical ex-  saoaination and on his return  Setoe, said to,his-'\vife:,"I don't  want you to worry and I do  art intend to do o myself. I  &&ve cancer Ibut we will do our  ife?��and; leave the rest to God."  l< XSe. did that thing, never ev-  -aa^speaking of the shadow over  im life, but cheerfully carry-  si^ on for over four years when  afis time on earth was done and  Se, was, laid to resit. He faced  ISse facts and his widow told  sue .that he was keenly interested jri everyday living. I did not  Snow at the time that he had  aaricer and in the local church  31* have seen him discuss the  saraerest details of affairs with  3kfll and great tolerance.  .Students of history know  <stat Queen Elizabeth the First,  -��^eld not aljlow those around  riser to spieak of advancing years  3Bor would she look into a mir-  aer which revealed her wrin-  Sfes; the proud arrogant queen  refused to face the truth.   v  Tin the days of Nehemiah, he  was apprehensive, when he had  ��fc eriter th�� King's presence  wlih: a sad countenance and  -when he did .so he was;repri-  sjoanded by the King who de-  siafided ah expTaxiiatiori:' But  .-3fier�� arefactej/ofDlife thatrto  ��Qore is sheep- -folly. I; do not  ti|e.a lively toterestinJifeJ>ut  *�� take a superfici&i vie^o*  2&&: facts is;~to-iiye.|n a .&#'s  SKradi^e,!,-:��ike."^^f.frie^-w,a..  roust acceptTihe'"-will of God.  3&towhig' /.^T Socrates.^ sai^. 't?  ^.:ju^S^^oJ^ypi "thing' can.  Stefell :aj(^|raan| X^':... X^ "X:-^.  '.j .3^1��',-. ^grea&y jSh|f 1^ ''-j|3any^ft'.  ". ^^<^a^d;-ih%itj|^^  a^^ationv an^ Jeaid: .'^(Believtog  aip.^tydq. /tti^t-^ m��T fwi^^e 'a far,  araore, perfect ^rjeat^e.;'ih^'he.  %;30ow^" I ''^^w^^ai^inyi^a  &$&&*: t he; will ��� t^toiue v his  . sgaErtuai .jprpjgreas', ^uid.. to this  $sf��fc,-yIT. hrartiiyy'su^ril��.".-.;.,.  "    Ji|p^Sh^W^  l^^the end of his life was near,  ^^^isked0 to  be Ttaken yorice v -  .over the grounds cat Ab-  ?ford.  "I have  seen many  l^trtiful places," he said, "but  frothing"to compare to my beau-  ISfnlhome." Then to his.son-in- .  liw, Lockhart, he asked that his  ^vorite book Ibe read; "Which  Book?"   asked   LockhaTt.   Sir  Walter said: "There is! only one  Uook now, read to me the words  of Jesus in John 14th. 'Let not  your heart be troubled, neither  lU it be afraid, in'my Father's  house are many mansions  > >*  There., is iriuch to be\wla^fy<i;  us in this life, a great ddafwe���*"���  cannot understand, but we'all  know in our hearts that we can  await our Father's loving care  and mercy. No doubt many of,  our fears have "'been fruitless  and unnecessary. When Charles  Kingsiey was  dying, he said,  "How "beautiful God  is."   Sir .  Walter  Scott's  last   words  to '  yoimg Lockhart were:  "Be a  good man, be a religious man, .  when you come to lie here as  I do, nothing else will give you  comfort."  Editor: Re your Municipal .  Whoop-Up, editorial with which  I agree, I feel quite confident,  that the three outgoing com-  jmissioners are heid in high regard iby most of our ratepayers. ... y..  However, there is one thing  to remember, that if we feel  these men have served us well  and we wish to stillienjoy their  service, ^pfme of us; have a-rduty;  ���������ii  to perform; A-horiuaatioft forrii.  signed by at; least^twior-person^  on the voters list must be de-r  posited,with ;thefxvill��ge cieirk  priorTto noonAi&BcZAi&ASurely  4hi��-is&'t tw>fmnelir fpif<tis t^^dr.  ijE we:feelithesei'?men,;iwa}^iat.  our 7 support:'AiMoreavePfX *^e ��  sameA.i^igymvt^^^'^  who feel they haVe neifirlbl(*od ..  to  put foi^^^^for-^offjee.   I  wwil��va-^angitb-^ >.  some i.tirne^^st' W?W^ '^S^  iencing a' period of uiipai^illel-  ed poetical, indiffbrehce.- , ���. ��  , Re the mention1 of a rat^pay-  era association. I-ffeetyth^Jgtjtfe  . a^ence. df rj^afcc ^pdy ^pr^ot _  posi^^;p*:|li^T^��pid ':W&WdfW$ -'-���������  .tor ^e::incumbent^ iip "qlfifee. ~'jjfe. ���  that as:Kt.vaay;^there;:Were,-mari^r  very hi1&es&  ���J^7Vi!^,rP^^S!^I^QS^��f7  ThereT^er^ also niany^eetuigsf  which were, nothing roore than  sounding boards for . opposing  factions'and considerable acrimony and ill feeling was engendered. We did not enjoy the  improvements that have come...  our way since the demise of  the Ratepayers organization.  i <     Dave Rees  CORPORATION qfr VlttAGE  MUNICIPALS of GIBSONS LANDING  NOTICE TO ELECTORS  MUNICIPAL ELECTION  TAKE NOTICE that nominations for the election of three  Village Commissioners, for a two-year term commencing  January 1st, 1957, will be held, in the Municipal Hall, Gib*  ���sons, B.C., on the sixth (6th) day; ffl�� December, 1956, from  Ten o'clock in the forenoon uhWT^elye o'clocknoon. Nomination forms as prescribed may be obtained On application  to the Municipal Clerk. Nominations shall be signed by at  least two persons whose names appear on the latest Re vised. Municipal Voters' List. Nomination forms, as presented,  shall have attached a statement signed by the nominee declaring himself to be qualified, under the Schedule to the  Village Municipalities Act for .the Office of Village Com-  missiorier, and his acceptance of; nomination,. .'-  'Balloting, if required, will be held in the Municipal Hail-  on the fifteenth day of December, 1956, from Nine o'clock  'in the forenoon until Seven o'clock in the afternoon.  '*-....'��� i , ���'���.���������'���  KOB^BTBUBNS  Returning" Officer  y>.  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  APPLY TO PURCHASE  LAND  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver On East shore of  Sakinaw Lake TAKE NOTICE  that Mary Edna Lewis oi Sum-  merland, B.C., occupation  Housewife intends to apply for  permission to purchase the following  described lands:���  Commencing at a post planted 5 Chains East of North East  of D.L. 5974, G.P. 1, N.W.D.  thence East 5 chains; thence  South 10 Chains; thence Westt  " 5 Chains; thence North; 10  Chains to point of commencement and containing 5 acres',  more ol less.  The purpose for which the  land is required is Summer  Home.  Mary Edna Lewis  .Dated 16th November, 1956  NOTICE' OF INTENTION TO  APPLY TO PURCHASE  TV'..LAND'..'.'.'.  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver On East shore of  Sakinaw Lake TAKE NOTICE  that George Floyd Lewis of  Summerland B.C., occupation  Technician intends,io apply for  permission to purchase the fol-  lownig   described  lands:���  -Commencing at a post planted At Northeast corner of D.L.  5974, G.P. 1, N.W;.D-' thence  East 5 chains; thence South 10 .*  chains; thence West 5 chains;  thence North. 10 Chains To  point of comrivencement. arid  containing' 5 acres!, more or  less. :  The purpose for which the  land is required is Summer  Home.  George Floyd Lewis  Dated 16th November; 1956.  NOTICE OF INTENTION^TO  /   APPLY TO PURCHASE  - LANDV-V  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver On East shore of  ���. Sakinaw Lake; TAKE NOTICE  that George Richardson Lewis  of Vancouver B.C., occupation  Student (U.B.C.) intendsTto apply for perriiission t0i purchase  the following T described lands:  Commencing at a "post planted 10 Chains East of North  East of D.L. 5974, G.P. -1,  N.W.D. thence East 5 Chains:  thence South 10 Chains; thence  West 5 Chains; thence North  10 Chains to point -of commencement arid containing 5  acres, more or less..  The purpose for which the  land is required is Summer  Home. , ;���.,.,    ^  George  Richardson  Lewis'  Dated 16th Ndvember, 1956   a ; ��� ���   NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  APPLY TO PURCHASE  LAND  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver On East shore of  Sakinaw Lake TAKE NOTICE  that Kathleen Alice Wismer of  Vaiicouver B;C, occupation  Housewife intends to apply for  permissibri to purchase the; f ol-  lowing described lands:-*���? .A'���-���; (  ^Commencing at; a post planted. 15 Chains East of VNtirthy  East of DX.. 5974; GP: 1  N;W.D:. thence East 5 chains;  thence South 10 Chains; thence  West 5. Chains; thence  North  ''��� lO/^C^aihs^T-'P^^^' T^^"';-'  men(��merit,Viand ';��� containing  5  acres, ;more:.Qr;'l^Sy.y ,xy.s^;AX  WThe: pWpose fo^.whichT^ihe  land;^ i.:mis^si^' ^��#ier  Uvm&TAo'iz-i'km o��t -n)'t ?&���.?������������  ��� *���:&ukatMeeri^ AliceirWisroer  bated 16th November^rl956  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  APPLY TO PURCHASE  LAND  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver and situate on west  shore of Sakinaw Lake, vicinity of D.L. 4591 Gp.l, N.W.D.  TAKE NOTICE that Terence  Hockley of Aldergrove, B.C.,  occupation Logging Contractor  interids to apply for permission  to purchase the-following described lands:���  Commencing at a post planted about 5 chains North on  shore of Sakinaw Lake from  staking by D.E.J. Collyer;  thence East 13 chains to shore;  thence North 5 chairis along  shore; thence 18 chains West;  thence 3 chains South toshofe;  thence ��� South Easterly along  shore to point of commenced  ment and containing 7.5 acres,  more or less.  The purpose for which tlie  land, is required is Summer  Homesite.  7 .   . T. Hockley  Dated November 10th, 1956'  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  APPLY TO PURCHASE  'V..'-'- .LAND y ..  In Land Recording District o^  Vancouver and situate on west;  shore of Sakiriaw Lake, vicin-;  ity of D.L. 4591 Gp.l, N.W.D.'  TAKE NOTICE that James  Collyer of R.R. 3 Cloverdale,  BC.', occupation Retired; intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following de-;!  scribed lands:-��� V VI  ��� Commencing at a post planted about 16 chains S.W. of S.W.  corner c& p^. A2^% {ty^X  N.W7D. on ^shoreT of 7 Sakinaw  Lake thence in a general Easterly and Northerly direction  following shore to a point about  4 chains North of an Easterly  projection of the commencement point;- thence West about  8 chains to shore; tiiemce South  along shore to point of commencement and containing 3.2  acres, more or less.  Tlie purpose for which the  land is required is Summer  3f>mesite.T^^^'  ' ��� ".' "'.  ,    '^  X-.  ' ��� ������ '���;-.'���r James Collyer :  Dated November ipth, 1956   XX  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  APPLY TO PURCHASE  LAND  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver and situate on west",  shore of Sakiriaw TLake, vicin-;  ity of DL. 4591 Gp:l, N.WTD.  TAKE   NOTICE   that   Donald  E.J. Collyer of New Westminster, B.C., occupation Life Underwriter intends to apply for  permission to purchase the toi-.;.  lowing described lands:-���  Commencing at a post plant-T  ed   about   4  chains  North onshore of Sakinaw Lake from*  staking    by    James    Collyer;  thence East about 8 chains toV  shore; <thenee   ahout 5 chainsV  North    along    shore;    thence  about 13 chains West to shore;  thence South ^along  shore  to  point-' of commencement   and  containing 75   acres; more  or  less.--':,'V:':>'-<���"-'���"��� ''v'-7'--.':i7;" .; y-:'^--'  .-''yUCtie !purp^  lan^l. ��� is   required:Tis<a Simmer  Ho"mesite!7y^a .y^xy^x ^ :iii7--  .. TTT��� V V;:T r. - .. V D.E,J;, Collyer  DaieS' ^oVesmb&r lbth; 1956  *������'':$<���. i  ~w    "ft  ^lYiY.v.  !t.   i-    ��.J!V  yh >,s;n -ten  ji :~.r\::?  Xt(y "?A}\Xj:A   ii'  '  ���-.-���.- ��V)t  A go&d selection  n -,  can  -JW--  at  THE  WpTlCE OF 'INDENTION TO  ' ff^A^LY'lb^PURC^ASE;' ���;':':  'fi? mtiflUiLAN^Tj��. mt^  i��a^etxd^ecaf^^^^t|^^f  Sakinaw Lake TAKE NO^XCE  fh^^i0b^^ertyu^iin^.'Of  "viancouveirri fB.C^,��vpccupa^on ��  SMppi^^A^Jat^^i^ apply fcr^��^Ett>]^o^-to,||^^  the: foll<wi��igl desc^l^ lang;  " '^'ipoji^&<^^  ed 20 - Chains . East .^ofy, North  JE&stof b:L. 5974:.G JP^^.Wjp.  thence East 5  Ghairis; thence  Soii% lO^hains; thence: West  '��� s^l^iri^r -then^TTiN^^^O, y  chains to poiQt of corllhierice-  Tmerit^and containing'" 5 actes,  more or less ���,- X-:m<:,  The piupose for which the  land is required is Summer  Home. - ���...,���  Robert Jerry Wismer  Dated 16th November, 1956  AAyrXX 7T7r r-^thu  W::..X:..^  -  ������id ^S 'J.y^Vijii ���'AaA.  iy.n? ��� ye:i:.\n9i  sit?  br  'AAA*.. Xfy sriAXX'Xv   a.  ���I,-  : f.'r  ;,-r-:-.-:--:-..f����i--,,--.-'r.  Cusfoniefs  (Boast Njeuis ihsons personals  BY PHYLLIS rM. HODGSON  Doug Livingstone, T^pfVB.C.  Bridge at: Campb^l River visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.  D.J Livingstone.  Mrs.  Burt Jr. with  Stanley  .,, and Wendy spent a week with  her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stan  ...Burt...  Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith  have returned from a short holiday in Vancouver.  A large party from Gibson^  were iri^Vancouver to attend  !the wedding of Miss Bev Gray  and Chuck Kane in Chown  Memorial Church on Sat. Nov.  17. Following the reception the  newlyweds, who are well  known in Gibsons, left for a  honeymoon in the United  States.  Joanna Ritchey spent the  weekend with her parents, Mr.  ;iaiid Mrs. A.E. Ritchey. Miss  Bessie North was also their  guest for a few days.  Work was a little off schedule on Saturday as several cof-  iee parties were  arranged i to  HADDOCKS at PENDER  for  CAP SCREWS. LAG SCREWS  GALVANIZED BOLTS  PHONE PENDER 122  XRtAS TREES  ;-!>W^v pay^Thighest 'prices ��� ���  i*r iO. ^ l^d(W^fir,Tpine  7 wf spm6eV''Ai^Gai^VV.���;  :>^l�� 'Island Xmas Trees,  AAaX'xyX:.    *MT"V   ...-.  1  2139-41  E.  Hastings-  Vancouver. HA 3317  y (Established 1947)  Y  watch the T-V Grey Cup Game.  Mrs. W. Lawson visited her  husband who is a * patient  in  Shaughnessy hospital.  Bruce McKenzie was weekend guest of the Walter Keens.  The aroma of roast venison  and moose steaks is arising ih  many local kitchens as the hap-  t py hunters return from the  Cariboo district with every evidence of a good trip.  Mrs. Griffis enjoyed a visit  from  her nieces, Mrs.  Gamey  and Mrs. Truax of Vancouver.  Mr. Harold Grant is receiving congratulations on the arrival of a grand-daughter, Pamela Joan, born to Mr. and Mrs.  Fred Rbbertison of North Vancouver.  Mr.   and   Mrs.   John   Atlee  have as their guest Mrs. Atlee's  cousin, Miss Florence Burman  M.fe.E. from London, England,  On   Sunday  Nov. 25,   Mrs.  Jean Wyngaert was hostess at  afternoon tea and a family dinner to mark thp occasion of her  husband's      birthday.       Many  friends were welcomed at the  tea, served from'a beautifully  appointed table/' centered with  a large birthday cake. The candle-lit dinner was a family affair   with   20   enjoying   the  buffet   meal.   Friends   called  with  birthday greetings later  in the evening.  A pleasant socicd, hour was  ienjoyed at the home of Mrs. J.  Wardil when themotherscircle  of DeMolay boys met to make  final plans for. a tea and7 home y  cooking V ssd^Vin -the United  church hall on Dec. 13.  Ramsay of Secret Cove are in  Pender Harbour to attend the  wedding of their son, Dana, to  Miss Norma Gourley..  ; Mr^T H; Hiatt-Cook of Pender  Harbour was an honored guest  at a family gathering to celebrate the 75th anniversary of  All-Saints  Church  of  Ladner.  This church, one of the oldest  in British Columbia, was built  by the Rev. Wm. Bell, father  of Mrs. Hatt-Cook, in 1881.  Other members of the late Rev.  Bell's family at the meeting  were Mr. and Mrs. R." Pearson  of Cobble Hill, B.C.; Mr. and  Mrs. E.N. Howarth of Burnaby,  Coast News, Nov. 29, 1956. �������  and the Rev. G.N. Howarth, sector of St. Martin's Church,  North Vancouver. Rev/ Mr.  Turner of Ladner gave the  Blessings   at a special service  in which four clergymen teofe:  part.  Mama Plouffe and her lov- %  able   brood   are   back   once>  again   for  another   season   of|  entertainment  on  CBC   tele- <  vision.  Young   and   old  alike;  get  a  big bang  out   of   thef  happenings of this  sometinies  not-so-typicial   French-Canadian  family.  relatives in Vancouver. '  S.C. Berrow of Anderson  Bay, Texada Island spent Saturday in Pender Harbour.  Mr. and Mrs.  Robert Leith  of Ariahin .in the Cariboo will  spend the winter here. 7        y  Mrs. Celina.-Wisd'-has ; left  for:-Winnipeg where she  will  spend the.:riext few   months.  She was ^accompanied by Mrs.  Desileau: of Winnipeg who hais,,  beehi her housed guest; 77 .     V  7i i2Comihandery;an&; Mrs. 7 T.M. '..  The Friendliest Shop in Town  ':-rli  ,-oh  ;��:iT��-.-/  CHOICE  T-BONE      SmtOIN  STEAKS  69c lb  1OT    I i  WEINEKS  REMINDER  HAVE YQUrOfcDERED  YOUR CHRISTMAS  TURKEY^  IF NOT  SEE US  '   :-ts ���HX)ICE  RUMP    R&A5TS  1   caJl cuts r>  59c lb  GROUND        BEEF  2 lbs 49c  Ken Watson    l*Iibiie 52    Ernie Fossett  Gibsons  ;-v.-^��y��-y  r.  BINGO  ���--4gbaj��*h4mb '. 7  COMWfUNrrP HAtL  ever* *riday  8 P.MV  <*i  OUR - "-  XMAS STOCK  IS IN NOW  Lay away a  Gift bike  TRICYCLE  Doll or Baby  CARRIAGE  For Christmas   giving  SECHELT CYCLE  Phone Sechelt 95M  JUDITH  FLETCHER  7  Oscar Nelson of Quarrie Bay,  NelisdhTlsljind^ has left for Vancouver for the winter,  T TWfi% 2 arid  Mrs. Gus Johnsoni  and Miatughters ot Horsefly, iBJCy  vJ^yeVtaken up. residence atJryT  vihe!s ijahdihg. T :yVT  Mrs.; Frank Harding of Sinclair Bay is visiting relatives  iri TFredrictohj N3.  Dick Wise, of Garden Bay,  is on a trip to Golden. V  rxl  pital, Garden Bay.  Mr. and Mrs. J. Gourlay of  Ireland are in Pender Harbour  for the wedding of their daughter, Norma, to Vincent Dana  Ramsay, ori Nov. 24.       ���  J.C. Campbell of Nelson Island has moved to Langley.  Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Page  are spending the week in Vancouver, s  Lyall Williams of Vancouver  was a weekend visitor at Pender Harbour.  Mr, and Mrs. Aian Bruce of  Vancouver were guests of the  ���Garden Bay Lodge.  . Miss Kate Mulhall is visiting  Your  Choice  of  BIRDS LIKE THESE  IF YOU OJRDER EARLY!  Don't disappoint your Family, your Friers  or Yourself.  Jimmy Suggests: Turkey, Goose, Duck,  Chicken or Christmas Ham!  * . ' *  ELPHINSTONE  COOPERATIVE STORE  GIBSONS  PHONES:     Btttche*'- 46Q  Store - 46R  Turn  CANADIAN LEGION  SOCIAL CLUB  .Jx'fsbioojs-.a.'s-.ior. ������*:������;  ������ma  .w&yctO -eriT.,.  .3d-   f-iilA   riOXil   K-Jr.rn  XX*���,       r-1  -;f3T  4-z ttiOfJLsaQ  "^ *  &�������'  xlKWElRY GIFTS  w ���-  CERTIFIED QUALITY DIAMONDS.fi* \f  VV x; y a   RINGS $77 M& up .-  Free Insurance against Loss or  Theft, FREE for One Year.  A CHRISTMAS SPECIAL FOR HER  Ladies' 15-Jewel WATCHES  -Gold-Filled'Cases $14:95  y Ladies' 17-Jewel WATCHES,  White or Gold-Filled Cases  With mafrehing Bracelets: $30 up.  GIFTS FOR THE HOME  Dispenser Sets, Cockf ail Slhakers,  Lazy Susans,   Ic.e Buckets, Electric  Clocks, Electric Coffee Percolators  Sheffield Stainless Steel  CARVING SETS, STEAK KNIVES  SALAD SETS, GLASBAKE  CASSEROLES  COSTUME JEWELRY  Extremely attractive ata'd original  SETS, Necklets, Ear Rings, Bracelets  from $1.95 to $37.50  By Coro and other Famous Makers.  ^7    H    Laai^iyiGetaits'  -black bi^oMla^s':: *  GerJs' ONYX INITIAL RINGS  Ladies' and Gents': SIGNET RINGS  Gents' 15 and 17 Jewelled  WATCHES,, white or gold-filled  cases, matching bracelets $30 up  Getaits' 21 Jewelled Watches  Gold Filled Cases, Matching  Bracelets, $75 Up.  GIFTS FOR HIM'ANTHER'  Vanity Sets, Brush; Comb" and  Mirrors,  PEN & PENCIL SETS  CLUB BAGS, OVERNIGHT CASES  Briar Pipes, $1 and up,  *  Beautiful Compacts, $L50 up  Smart New Wallets  $1.25 to $.15  A CHRISTMAS SPECIAL FOR HIM  Remington Foursome  ELECTRIC SHAVERS S17.95  (No Trade Ins)  Beautiful Belgian  Hand-Cut Crystal  4  SI  pine  Home Silverwear  CHRIS'S JEWELERS, SECHELT  *l  Let;tis REPAIR thab Cherished WATCH, CLOCK, or piece of JEWELRY!  .*.>.->,.     TV        ;       OUR WORK IS GUARANTEED  DEC. 12, s  8 P.M.  Legion Hall, Sechelt :V^aSpast; News,- Nov. 29, 1956.  .^BCINATE: The definition in  jegfeDictionary says this: To en-  ���iESai, to work on Jby charms;  TaSssa&Id by a glance or spell.  ;fe the best way to describe  >*Hew home MOVIE CAM-  33BLBY KODAK.  T^feees are fascinating, and ev-  SCTE^Smily should invest in one  ^fflffladak's ftewMOVIE CAM-  Books in Library  FICTION  Buck,  Imperial  Woman.  Cr'onin, Thing of Beauty.  Lockridge, Let Dead Enough  Alone.  Wouk, Marjorie Mornihgstar,  NON FICTION  Bowles, New Dimensions of  Peace.  Lucas. Wanderer in Paris.  Morton,   In  Scotland Again.  Morton, In Search of England.  Morton, In Search; of Ireland.  Ridley, Story of L.M. Montgomery .. ������-������;- .   -m  msng;s drug stores  ���vastecy   a   complete   range   of  iifee Cameras. ��� V:  '; '���'.- A^y't x ..    x.   x ���  ������-.' ��� ���-. .'-.'��� -.';  ^tee .in and let us show you  SsJSfc easy they are to operate.  aaiOWNIE MOVIE F2.7  ������'y. $36.95  TSROWNIE MOVIE F1.9  $54.75  sIKOWNIE MO VIE 3 TURRET  F1.9:       $98.25-  QStoeras of all types are tope  SSfc a perfect Christmas  (Gift.  with    >  REAL BRICK  1V2 "Wide, V Tliick, 12''Long  %W Wide, 1" Thick;Ti2VLong  Glue to Wall 7-   y  Ref ace  your  Fireplace  " Reface'a/Wall; y  '.. Build ^Planter V  .    Suilda Bar  Red, Green or Buff  $l;50;per SqVft.  4x8 Mahogany 3-ply  ������'X yy^-r-y,���������  $4 50 ���  ������ ..  ,. -...--.  'aX X3xQ Mahogany% 3-nly  $.L80  16x16 Shadow-Wood  Squares,  14c  Vy'Vi6xi6- CeilingVTiie  Donacona &'^JMi, 13c sq. ft.  16x16 Etchwoo'd Squares  V 16c sq. ft:  See them at  -  GIBSONS  BUILDING  SOIftlES, LTD.  Phone Gibsons 53  HIUUIIIIMI*  im**maamm*n*M*a9mm***fM*m*9*w%mmwmwiumm*m  NMItMINVINIIUHIIIkUUtlHnllll*'  YOUNG PEOPLE  teito 30  interested in:  aGrigitlture .-. .;.'������'  fisheries  home economics  THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  tee again   offers a 2-month   Youth  Training School in the above subjects.  <earn the latest methods  and developments iri these fields.  ;W  FEES  or the two month  urse are only $35  eluding  jrtation  trans-  and  p&ard and room.  �������  HURRY!  Classes, are from  January 7, to  March 1; only a  limited number  will be accepted  from each community. FOR  FULL INFORMATION  CLIP THIS AD. MAIL TODAY TO:  Mr. G.A. Drew; Dept. of Extension,  University of B.C., Vancouver, B.C.  Name .   K-frAtr:.  Guide leader  visits  Gloria Lambert,   who   now..  ��� does the singing chores every  week   on   the "Barris  Beat"  seen over the CBC Television  network. 'V   ,.   : ; :Y. fr..   :  Observer Corp  work outlined  After a successful  monthly  meeting, at which' plans w&re:  completed     for     the     annual  Christmas Tree for.. ch'Udren,.of. .  Veterans and Legion members.  Cpl.^W.E. Snyder, RCAF radar  technician  and field promoter;  for     the    Ground y Observer  Corps, addressed the';L.A GJ^li -\  Legion  109, Gibsons, tod ran  films stressing the importance  of the corps in war and .peace*,  Cpl. Snyder explained 'v  functions of radar, pointing ,out  its weaknesses, such as weather  disturbances arid natural 6b-  tructions like mountains. 3��or  these reasons, he explained,  the corps was organized tp enlist the aid. of civilians to be  the eyes and ears of the. radar  system. Those wishing further.  Mrs.. Sergant, commissioner  ...for Elphinstone district was  speaker at the November meeting of Sechelt L.A. to Guided  arid Brownies-at the home of .  Mrs. Williams, Nov. 19.  V TMrs; Sergant spoke of the  aimsfiand purposes of local associations and urged that all  persons interested join the association as this group is not  only for mothers of Guides and  Brovynies. V  yMrs- Ethel Walker, Guide *  Leader, reported V that six  Guides served tea at the official opening of Sechelt's Village Commission Office on Sat.  Nov. 24.   .'  Sechelt now has 25 Guides  and 28 Brownies in their packs.  Eight new Brownies are: Thel-  ma .May, Sandra Nickerson,  Gail Swanson, Joan Higgenson,  QLauralie Sheridan, Lorraine  Higgenson, Carol Kennedy and  Daveen Jansen.  For Guaranteed  Watch and Jewelry  . . -      Repairs  CHRIS'S  JEWELERS  Work  done  on  the  Premises  WE BUY OLD GOLD  Phone 96 Sechelt  ou;m>  Si  DO IT NOW! EN JOY'IT WHILE YOU-PAY j  Budget your Home Improvements, in amounts from- [  ^20 tq j3,000  WITH UP TO 38 MONTHS TO PAY !  . ... NO DOWN, PAYMENT. ALL OANS LIFE INSURED  See us about this New Plan  Sechelt Building Supplies  .Phone 60 Sechelt  ���y.!*.'i!Hi**gyj!a;����^������""u"������ii^��������oiy��^  Squamish High Senior Basketball teams take ori Elphinstone Cougars in, the High  School gym Saturday evening.  The first whistle is at 7:30 with  the. boys' game at 8:30.  .-Both Cougar squads have  been drilling hard to X tighten  .upL,their, defences and sharpen  their shooting ih preparation:  for a hard struggle, against the  hard running Squamish kids.  While theTgirls are looking;  for their first win, tlie boys  will:".,, attempt, to prove vthat  their narrow win 'over Kits  was riot an accident.  . The Cougars' new uniforms  hiake them the best dressed  team seen in these parts in  some time. All this colorT and  two hours of basketball makes  information    on    this  While organization sh&u&'/cln  tact Mrs. J.R. Wilsorii. V  :   -forY.an exciting eyening.  ��� wmtibtoim��i*��� uamiiuifj  Tasella Has -Ne* Stock  AMving Daily  Clcithing.  i  Accessories���':PorAll  CHRISTMAS   SHOPPERS: 'I  Make Your Selection Early!  jIMIIIIIHMIMllHIIWIIWm 1  TASELLA SHOP  Phone Sechelt     29F  ������IUM��n��Mlllfl  iMMian*d  Movie in making  for  BIG CASH PRIZES  -jm&������>  <M��*��M��^��WrWIIlPm*<��WBBMI>��a��W��W����Kl����We*t��l��>l��l��Ba><����BW<��l����g����>��l����l��>��������������tBllB��gBf����a����IIMtt��lItaBttttf �����������������>��� t  years  It   took   M.G.M.   two   years  and a fortune in. money to produce the tremendous spectacle  called   The   Prodigal,    to   be.  shown    at    GibsonsX Thea|reV  Thursday and Friday th& week  It's the old story of a woman's beauty and man's temptation, starring Lana Turner  and Edmond Purdom, with a  hot of well known actors n  the cast. Filmed in Gineiha-  scope color, it is one of the famous super films.  On Saturday, by popular arer  quest "The Maggie" returris  to the Gibsons screen. This is  a rollicking coipedy that all  will enjoy, whether it's .the  first time or the 31st! tijene..  they've seen it.  .  Gian t Bingo  ill  I  8p.m. Shirp  Sunshine Coast Kiwanis Welfare  o  win  ncreasin  Costs  on  increase  1/2 cents  '���' ������->>���:.-:...���.*:.  year Coast News, Nov. 29, 195S.   5  GIBSONS  Fun Ebr AH  ��� Bargains Galore!  Ed and Mollie CONNOR WELCOME YOU TO  JOIN INOUR BIG ANNIVERSARY SALE!  ' ' ��� - r. ��� " .   "    :������������;���"'.���������.'���'���?  There are Birthday Savings for you in Canned Food in Fresh Meats & Fresh Produce  3SSSS  V ;.  :'.   fc ���  ;   -  ;"> .  , .t.���.-*~ .-..  ����  0PEN FRIDAY NIGHTS TILL 9 PM.  i ������ f ���:.-.-'��� --,   t->r.";- -T-- -"7!-                            '������'���'���     - -���- ���" '���  l ���/���������     ���'      '-������      ���J                                ���"���   '���'���'     '           ' " ���     '              '���            '' -:'.'C        ' ���*.  ���:;.i-   -..%...   1. -'. - YiY'     .'. .... ....   . .���������        t     ������������ .-.���:>���'.   -.  ���'"���     "'���  GROCERY HAMPERS  >TO LUCKY SHQflPPERS  THURSDAY ONLY }V7  JttlDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHT  CASE pSr.COCACpLA OR  VfrRANGE CRUSH WITH;  jilACH ORDER of $5��T OVjER  ���&������-:  Margarene Special!  PA^AY  ���?w*fji " ��***��    "Sjj?^ .   ^J^^i  3  ib Tin  1  Ib Ctn  -�����*    -w tun t^tt*    '���< ��*'  $115  36c  SATURDAY ONLY7  :?-ieE CREAM BARS  .      ...;   ANDTSUCKBRS TO THJJ  ���      CHILDREN (Accompanied by  parents)   ��� -.-.;'��� - V ';..X'X;.  JAP ORANGES  BUHtJLE;7; ���  $i;m  ' 'v-'-^.  Ve getable Soup  ���T<&1  mm :Mpod.7v Y7:5y^; b*��''.  10 Ifc Bag.  _ PM^-VTK|& lB..Bag.  39��  77��  $1.69  -.;  ...^U.,.'i ,:,;  '���������''��� ���'���������������-������^���^<>.-^r��*-ii^^f^.y^\,.i  JAVEX  ������*������������<??.;.  ��� J    ��v W=i  13 0��. tin  2 for  a2fe:iug^  wldC  "f A!iiXX  EXTRA SPECIAL  ���������#?..if:'  Campbells  10 oz. tin  jLIBBYS 13 oz bottle  4  2  Strawberry Jam  Peaches  CALKINS 48 os tin  ENSIGN 15 oz tin  DBWKIST 15 oz. tin  for 49c  for 49c  $1.19  for 39c  2 for 27c  6 for 79c  Juice  MALKINS 48 02. tin  e .^C��i r  CANADA DRY  BETTER BUY  ���'��� -; -'rSBck-':iip^or -Xmasp  ' TT^artan 8 "Bottles  tuidfciwsiit)   ���?  42c  "Merry. Xatom^ &^fl>wie  A REAL, BUY  One P��u&dt  SUHKYPK  - *.-*,���* ��� ^*fm ���  Apple Juice  .-*���    .*    ���.r3wi l  COFFEE  VSQTRHAHTa        Marlins  ���    .  - -... '*���     -      '.j  CUT MIXEE KESL  ^.:Vv7^��aw3��v. ;.���'������;' ���"''"-'  .*.*���  ���?'���?{  ^   -h*>j^^ ^  GLACE MES��figfi  PI^^E&^0AT��B        -  Jl*i>insf��rtfc  V .RobittiJOTis  Robitlt'003  - !��.��%, 0��il& Bag  ���     I^^or C��U�� 8as  ft.oa. Cello B��ff  ^T2^^Pkg7.T''v '  2?C  255C  mo  i.f|ii.  .C^r^AS..^zTTtia ;  't  ^T-r^gjOTg^  foftft  i-V-.s  If/ OJ5�� tift  S for  ^r-y -  gi^-^^TCyi^l  MMMs^^i  mmm  W*  n ft  \  Thiirsday/ Friday feSjifei  jov.  2^9; 30 Dec. 1  Ml  Si  igi ��r  I  m m *>  E  ft.  ,'.>.i^>��.*��3.S��a.iJW��^*l.-^��iM-.ijt.-S1;-v.      ���  ;<rOC//? FRIENDLY GIBSONS GROCER"  X V 6   Coast News,.Nov. 29, 1956.  We Cruise and Estimate, and pay CASH  on Signing the Contract;  SAWMILLS PHONE GIBSONS 151  Eaeaa wm��m imamuM teawmjswd  Gibsons  Hall  Sponsored By The O.E.S.  !n Aid Of The Cancer Fund  Admission: Adults 50c - Children 25e  op Early  For The Best  Selection  HOUSE COATS Pull ^Length or Three Quarters  Quilted Satins, Flannels, Brocades  Plaidsi arid Plain V  -i��  t.  t        *'  LINGERIE: Beautiful Slips* Nighties, Panties  -*effl59f��*w. Half Slips "* Black, Blue, Red or White  - '^'n^f^%^ ��RDEL, GAY LURE, STANFIELDS   ^l-  ���.v..-.,-.-.-,.- ^ar^iiax^iM^^Vers  ������'-.   ;\ The ^^^^Color, Range Ever  :y':;.yi .it-M''���%*&*'  ���--������'''"     .-���������' '���  * -^onderful Assortment of all kinds,  ^P^ncluding Botany Blouses, with High  or Round Necks, 34 or short Sleeves.  DRESSES ��� DRESSES  **.���!   The monthly meeting of Gib?  sons Landing Elementary  School PTA was held Nov. 19  at the School Hall with the  president, Mrs. Inglis, in the  chair. The PTA endorsed a letter to be sent to Victoria asking that the highway of the proposed new Black Ball -ferry  route should not pass the  school.   ,  Mr. Child informed the meeting that about 67 % of the parents took advantage of the student's! insurance plan. Mrs. Ayles and Miss Linton tied for the  honor class prize, having the  most parents of their pupils  present '  Trree primary teachers, Mrs.  Ayles,   Mrs.   Hoops   and  Miss  Gauden, each gave informative  talks explaining, to parents how ;  the different subjects are presented.  Mrs.   Ayles,, Grade  1,  gave an outline of the  readiness program, and stressed methods of how to get the children  interested    in    reading.    Mrs.  Hoops. Grades 2 & 3, gave a  ���well-prepared outline of arithmetic and how a parent can a&  ���isit   a child at home. Miss Gauden, Grades 3 & 4, pointed out  how creative drama can be one  of the most satisfying subjects1  (taught. She feels that children  learn more by doing than any  other method.  After the talks refreshments  were served; The new meeting  date of the Elementary PTA  will be the second Monday  night of each month instead of  the third. The next meeting  Dec. 10 wjJJ b�� .g. party. All  ar�� iny:"   '  ryA:  ���/AM**-  DRESSES  Don't Forget Our LAY AWAY PLAN  IREM'S DRESS SHOP  �������������, ����,  Phone 35R  GIBSONS  Theatre Bldg.  '"-"^'tr-iSfe*.:  Port Meiion  You Save  $50  On This Powerful  M  f%H ���:*.' 21 TUBE  21 IH FU^fe CONSOLE  arconi  -i i ������  ���������>���-��� Tj' ^H" ����� *���> .  ���t -  REGULARLY ggg^Qg   .      ,I^y:  "��� '     . ������  ';������-��,������-.'���? -  - ;���' ���'*;���'.���������'���      "     '  SPECIAL $3(^.00  RICHTE R'S RADIO T-V  who keeps -the largest stock s>:  of T-V's, Hl-FI's and RADIOS  for Your Shopping Convenience!  Phone Sechelt 6  The Want Ad page  can he your salesman  BY MRS. M. WEST  Two new families have come  to Port Mellon, Mr., and Mrs;  Moore and daughter Linda, and  this week we welcome Mr. and  Mrs. Hugh Coliopy and small  daughter ^rprftVancouver....  MrV and Mrs Ed' Freer "are  spending their vacation in LoS  Angeles.  Harold Ollenberger, Del Pitman and Gordon Tayior were  in Nanaimo for the weekend  to attend the Pulp and Paper  Convention. , r.  ' ��� ��� ��� ..Brownie and Trudy have returned to this continent after  six months touring Europe and  are planning to winter in Tex-.  as ibefbre coming north again  in the spring.  Missi Jean Frie who has been  a member of the Cafeteria staff  for several years has left  to  , take up work as a Psychiatric  Aide at Essondale. She receiv-  >ved a farewell gift of Guerlairi  y{perfume from her friends who* '������  wish her well in her new work.1  :       ELPHIC PAPER  '���'���": Elphic Comments, a bright,  breezy Elphinstone High news  sheet nasi made its appearance  with a four page issue loaded  ., Tvyith .plenty  of  good ..reading  ��� material. It has replaced, temporarily it is hoped, Les Peter-  . son's Glad Rag .because the students preferred, to leave his  publication V'tihspoiled'' as they  state for him. ..  .."Editors of Elphic Camme"hts  are Jean THague, Lldyd" Burritt,  Bernard Olson, Gerda. Sherman and Sue Atchison.  BUS MISHAP  Alex Izz.ard, driver for Sechelt Motor Transport, was Jn-_#  jured and is in Powell ^River'  Hospital as'the result of an ac-  Vtidentyon the regular bus run  about- 2:30 a.m. Mofnday,'-Nov.,,-.  26.  The bus was forced off the-;  road by a--car- about seven miles  from Powell River, and turned  over oh its side. No passengers  were injured, Mr. MacDougall  reports  AT CONVENTION  Mr. and Mrs!' Gurihar Wigard  who attended* the shoe convention in Vancouver . recently,  came home with dozens of new  ideals from the three day do.  They report dozens of shoe  manufacturers, who held their  showings of shoes at the Vancouver Hotel, put on a real  display. They both feel the convention wasi well worth while.  >en Each Wednesday To Christmas  'E'VE A VAMM STOCK OF  ackets  arssuar  Top quality materials and *�� gj  Workmanship. Sizes 29 to 42   ^Oi  Authentic Tartans in good range  Woollen, with Zipper. Vy  AJFinc Selection in many  materials, styles & colors,.  Fine Wool Mackinaw  Greys, Beige -.or. Sand  Colorful Millium Lining  $16.95  to $12-95  $21.95 to $22.95  OUR FEATURE is Branded Lines of Top Quality Clothing  MARINE MENS WEAR  Phpiie 2  ~ :������'���  GIBSONS  Thealre Bldg.  4  .;yChristmas..is: coming so Gibsons Hardware  has laid in a full line of Toys, Games & Gifts  , of all Kinds, with prices to suit everyone!  ELECTRIC PERCOLATORS  ELECTRIC TOASTERS  ELECTRIC WAFFLE IRONS  ELECTRIC HEATERS  ELECTRIC IRONS  TOOLS  FISHING GEAR  TRIFLES  SMART NEW KITCHEN WARE OF, ALUMINUM OR STEEIs,  ���v   FAMILY ROASTERS; CHINA AND GLASSWARE*^'  r    #;*,-   , CHINA   ORNAMENTS/ TEA SETS y Xxft!'  -^    ichms^MAS Tftiie LiSHTS & decorations: v  DOLLS   IN GOOD VARIETY* TRUCKS. GUNS, TELEPHONE  -''���**"''���        ��E*ST MODELTSUIEbERSrCHILD-GUIDANCE^TbYS, OIL y       '  PAINTING SiETS, DOLL BATH SETS & TEA SETS '  LOTS' OF GAMES: Pirate & Traveller, Treasure Isl^and> Monopoly  Ludo, $64,000 Question, and many, many'���otne'rs.  Gome in and enjoy shopping whife^^  Selection is at its Best  GIBSONS  ED SHAW  HAS PURCHASED THE  ��� ���frJs.Li'A'*    Aj.vX.^Ar ��� X..A  FORMER OPERATOR, ��� MORRIS HEMSTREET  ^���U'ft  .^ND IS NOW OPENING A3? OFFICE IN THE BUILDING OF  PENINSULA        ' ~    "  V*'V ��'������.���-'"'  ��� .1  ���*%���  ���y <*>:���.. ��� y;-....    o ; ..  IN, CONNEJCTION V?1*H  WE ALSO HAVE A FRANCHISE FOR HAULING  STRUCTURAL MATERIAL  ���'��� itEAVY fctJIPiENT; ^T^l^NiTURE  '   .' .   FROM VANCOUVER Tp SECHELT AND AREA  FOR ALL YOUR HAULIN4 PMDNE  SECHELT m,    GIBSONS 143,    TA 6625  We Carry a Full Line of Fuels  WOOD, COAL, PREST-O-LOQS CARI> OF THANKS  We :wish to thank our many  friends and neighbors for  their kindness and sympathy  and the beautiful floral 'trib-  :" utes received by us in the loss  o�� our beloved husband and  especially to Canon A. Greene  and.-the pall-hearers, y  Celina and Dick Wi��e  The Canadian Legion, Branch  140, Sechelt, thanks tht public for their excellent support  of the Poppy Fund Drive.  "   DEATH  NOTICE "  Allan -��� Thomas  Allan,  late  of   Granthams   Landing,   died  November 21, 1956 ih the Shaw  Home,   Quesnel. Funeral  was  Sield Saturday, Nov. 24 from  Nvkm   and  Thomson,  Funeral  Home," Vancouver. He is sur-  T ,......vived  by... Fred  Lindsey,  and  Mrs. Jean Twan, Kelowna,  his foster son and daughter.  IN MEMORIAM "  In- treasured memory of a dear  sister, MarjeryFlora( Harvey,  who passed aiway in Cape  Town, Nov. 25, 1955. x" 'X  Dorothy Erickson 7  LOST ' ���.���.-.'������"'���'���'"'"���".   Small pup, Scotty cross',' Slack  with gray' on back, red,, stud  collar. Lost-in Gibsons. Call  Gibsons. 97M. -' ��7   - '\.--,,.  WORK WANTED ~".  Man with: power saw for hire..,  Reasonable rates. Phone  Gibsons 171Y '  Spray and brush    painting;   "  also paperhangihgTT J. Melhus.  Phone  Gibsons  33.;V- tfn  FOR SALE r~  1 Purebred'r Hereford bull, 1  Allstate motorscooter. W. Scou-  lar. Phone 421, Madeira Park.,  Beautiful muskrat coat bought  \ at Hudson's Bay 4 years agog  for $450. Storage past 2 years.  Size 34-36 Al condition $225.  ��� Phone Sechelt 44W.  Xmas Turkeys. Order early.  Phone Gibsons 175R; Archie  Russell R.R. 1.  Tall   girls'   slipsx ,by   H^vey.s X  REAL ESTATE     d^ect<>ry (commuea)  TOTEM FLASHES  Client will trade view proper-  . ty   at Ocean   Park  on   small  home here on Sunshine- Coast.  Only $2225 down, balance as  rent for 2 bedroom house ori  best waterfront lot at TDavis  Bay..    ^  Pender Harbour Waterfront  lot $850 ��� road to it.  $850 down gives you immediate possession 100 ft. water-"  front Vz acre lot with comfortable four; room cottage. Pembroke bathroom, lights, mag-  ' nificent view. Balance as^rent.  Two houses to, rent, one fur-  nishedj one not,  Waterfront cottage, at Halfmoon Bay. Electric light and  plumbing. Phone H. Sawyer,  Sechelt 55 or 31Y.  Always a better buy at  TOTEM  REALTY  \      Gibsons  ... Y  .... V'- "       '  '���'-' GIBSONS      ^  Newest Shopping Centre  ���V-.5  JOHN  COLERIDGE  REALTY  Oldest Real Estate, Off ice  .'Between Lang's Drug Store  ... and  .        Woods Hardware  Georgian Block  Look for1 the Big Neon Sign  TO RENT -       "    y. ...   .:. ,,    .  "Brookside", three room, cottage, suit couple, .ocean frontage. Furnished,! Bonnie Brook, ���  iGower Point.  TRACTOR- WORK  Clearing, Grading,; Excavating.  - Bulldozing, Clearing Tee'ih  V   FOR  RENT  Arches, jaicks, Pump  AVE.  Ritchey  Phone Gibsons 175  LIFE INSURANCE  Continental Life  Insurance   Company  LORNE BLAIN, Agent  Box 188 Phone 82G  '*"' Gibsons,  MARSHALL'S PLUMBING  HEATING &   SUPPLIES  Phone Gibsons 134, 104 or 33  GIBSONS  BUILDING    SUPPLIES  LTD.  "WE   CARRY   THE   STOCK"  Phone Gibsons 53       .  HILL'S   MACHINE   SHOP  Mobilised Welding  Welding Anywhere ��� Anytime  Expert    Tradesmen  Precision    Machinists  Pkono 54 Residence- 152  WIRING and APPLIANCE;  ' '.:���'���..' -'     -SALES  Electrical Wiring  Alterations and Repairs!  F. UTTING, WILSON CREEK  Phone   15T or   5H  FAIRMILE  BQAT WORKS, LTD.  Custom Pleasure Craft  Tphe-roomed cabin, partly fur-  -nislied, eliectrie. light. Phone  Gibsons 180W.  2 bedroom  unfurnished suite,  : with* oil -range and bath (self  contained) Gibsons VlI^G  PER^pNAL ?������������'������  Remember our plan for Christmas-shopping! We have something for everyone in the fam-  Slyyso .shop now and lay away  (till needed! Thriftee Stores,  Gibsons/ V  Wiil knit Indian Sweaters for  ���Christmas. Phone Gibsons 82G.  Woods, at Thriftee Stbres.Gib:  stons. :s.V' 7    .  ,-'7.V.:..  "fc .     i    ...     i ii    i - iii. r  i    i u ���   ii   m    .i m  It's time again to clean out the  old hens. We will sell .them tp  you at 27c lb, and pluck themT  for you if youiike at 15c a bird.  Elander Farms. Gibsons 68K.  1 treadle sewing-machine  Good condition. Phone Sechelt  104Q.  12 bass Camerano piano ac-  cordian.with case, in good condition,. Mrs. Phyllis Emerson,  Box 71, Sechelt, Phone 99F  Bushwood   for    sale,   prompt  dlelivery,      between     Roberts  Creek and Halfmoon Bay..L.C.  : Emerson    Box     71,     Sechelt,  v Phone  99F y;  Gurney electric apartment  range, also three used wood  and coal ranges, starting at $25.  Parkers Hardware, Sechelt.  BOY'S WINTER WEAR  Underwear, Sweaters,     Socks,  Shirts, Slacks,   .Jackets, Caps,  iffitts,      Accessories.  -.MARINE MEN'S WEAR.���  phone Gibsons 2.  SERVICE FUELS  Ran Vernon  ���R.R.  1    Gibsons    Phone 173Q  Alder or Fir Bushwood  Mill  Slabwood  Sand, Gravel and Cr. Rock  Products.  WANTED ���    .'���   . '��� ���   '"���  ������    ���  i       * ��� -  Good country home outside of  Gibsons c��or 2 year ;old rnale  Great Dane who is good around  children. P.O. Box 215, Gibsons.  Back issues of National Geo-,  graphic, prior to 1956. Phone  Gibsons 178M, evenings.  BOARD AND ROOM       ~~r~"~  Room   arid'  board-   with   T-V, ,  Bay view Lodge, Selma Park.  Phone Seohelt i37." s  WATCH  REPAIRS  f9 ���-,. ���... i     .  -���   ������ *  Watch and Jewelry Repairs  "Marine   Men's 'Wear.     Agents  for   W. H.    Grassie.    Fast  reliable service. tfn  For Guaranteed' Watch arid  Jewelry Repairs, See Chris's  Jewelers, Sechelt. Work done  on the premises. tfn  Fuller'; brush dealer .j. Nelson  .Roberts Creek.  Phone Gibsons 19Q.  ANNOUNCEMENT V  .    ������ ���r���; V-   .;.'������,,���''��� ���;���  Hn Sechelt, phone .yo^r want  lads to Coast News Representative Mrs.    E. Lumsden, 44W��  Would your organization: like  ~ to have a 48 cup coffee urri, absolutely free? If so, contact  Fred Fernie, The Rawleigh  Dealer, ^hone Gibsons   ll^K.  Avon ProductsT Only 2; more  orders before Christmas, Nov.  24, Dec. 8. Telephone regarding specials or to see Christmasi  Gift catalogue. One gift catalogue is at Ferry Cafe. Phone  Mrs.  Rudolph,   128G  Gibsons..  Thriftee Stores, No/ 1' and; No.  2 will remain open Mondays  through Saturdays until Christmas. V   -..   Ty. '���", V"-'  TOWING AND.,FREIGHTING  W. Nygren, Gibsons 13    tfn  INSURANCE V ���  SECHELT INSURANCE  .AGENCIES    ..  '.:���. ;"       ; Real Esiate  Property   Management  ^Insurance  .'Office  phone   22F  T.E. DUFFY/Agent  Residence 31Q  I. MACKAY, Salesman.  /Residence  70F  Fire, A.uto, Liability. Prompt  courteous service. Totem Realty,. Gibsons .     .  HJS. GORDON  AGENCIES  Sechelt -  FIRE INSURANCE  AUTO       INSURANCE  Evenings and Holidays    1.15  Phone        53  DIRECTORY  TELEVISION  SALES AND/SERVICE  Dependable Service'  10%  Down - Easy  Terms  RICHTER'S RADIO ��� TV  Fine Home Furnishings  . Phone 6 Sechelt  "        LAURIE SPECK       "  HEATING  & SHEET METAL  Gibsons   143  &   Dinghys  Repairs,    Hardware,   Paints .  Beafch Ave. West. '        |  Roberts      Creek  . WIRING  Commercial & Residential  Electric  Space Heating:  Anywhere on the Peninsula  PARKER and SIM  ELECTRIC  Parker's  Hardware.  Sechelt 51 ���130 Evenings  PENINSULA  ACCOUNTING SERVICE  All TV pes of Accounting  Problem;; Expertly Attended  Village Enterprises Bldg.  Sechelt  Office. Open 9 a.m.,���5 p.m,  'V" A '��� Daily. .  Phone Sechelt 98F  ��� ��� ���   '        ; --��� ������*.*.r.-^���- - ��� ..������.,��� ,-    ..-<  ���"-v r. '-?���:��� Notions-���Cards���Toys  Miscellaneous Gifts  THRIFTEE    STORES  Left of Post Office  Gibsons, B.C.  Headquarters For Wool  REFRIGERATION  SALES and SERVICE  Commercial ��� Domestic .  25 Years' Experience ,  1    A. M. CAMPBELL  SECHELT 83Q  GIBSONS BOAT WORKS  Boat Builders & Repairers  -     Phone  Gibsons  11IX  NOTARY PUBLIC  Legal   Documents   promptly  attended to  W.J.   (Jack)  Mayne.   v  Phone  24.   _     _ . Sechelt B.C.  / . ; ������ ���   :      ��� '���' ;  PENINSULA �� CLEANERS  Cleaners  for  the   Secheli  Peninsula * -7-'  Phone;  Gibsons  100  BECK & DAVIS  ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTORS        .-���  Industrial,  Commercial   and  Residential Wiring &  Repairs  Electrical  Heating   Installed  Anywhere yon the Peninsula.  Rep'airs to     .  All ElectricalV Appliances ;  Free  Estimates. Gla,dly;. Giyen  Phone Sechelt 69W  "      LET US  HELP YOU    y  PLAN  NOW  For  your  Construction  Needs  ���j All types of  BUILDING or ALTERATIONS ,  and LIGHT GRADING;.  Sniitli &: Peterson Construction  Ltd.  Phone 28, 85 or 90Q. Gibsons  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  PLUMBING      "^  Macleod's Plutnbinj? .  and Hot-Water Heating  2 Qualified Plumbears ���  Service Anywhere  Fairbanks- Morse Pumps,  and Pressure Systems  Wilson   Creek  Phone Sechelt 20M  Coast News, Nov.-29, 1956.    7  DIRECTORY   (Continued)   ,  _________  Auditor  and  Accountant  Fifty Years* Experience.  Roberts Creek, B.C.    ��� .  Phone, Gibsons 22C  Home and Industrial Wiring  Electrical Heating  GIBSONS    ELECTRIC  Phone 130  V      Authorized  GE  Dealer  Radios, Appliances, TV Service  CbuFcb Services  ANGLICAN  V      1st Simday in Advent  St. Bartholomew's.    Gibsons  11.00 a.m. Sunday School  11.00  am Choral  Communion  St. Hilda's    Sechelt  11.00 a.m. Sunday School  1145 p.m. Evensong  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  11 a.m. Sunday. School  3.15 p.m. Evensong  UNITED  Gibsons  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  11 a.m. Divine Service  Roberts Creek, 2 p.m.  ; Wilson   Creek  11 a.m. Sunday School  .3:30 p.m. Divine Service  Public Worship, 3.30 p.m.  Port Mellon  7.30 p.m. Evensong  ...ST.; VINCENT'S  Holy Family, Sechelt,    9 a.m.  St. Mary's*, Gibsons, 10.30 a.m.  Port Mellon,  first Sunday of  each month at 11.35 a.m.  PENTECOSTAL  11  a.m. Devotional  10 a.m. Sunday School .  7.30     Evening  Service  Tuesday night 7.30  8 pm Thursday night  Bethal   Baptist   Church  7:30  P.M.,  Wed.,  Prayer  .11:15 A.M., Worship Service  72 P.M., 1st Thurs., in Month  V ..".'7  Mission Circle  Pender Harbour Tabernacle  Sunday School. 10 a.m.   -/  12:00 a.m. Morning  Service"  7:30 p,m, Wednesday     Prayer Meeting. i  Nov/29: Gibsons School HaU  Kiwanis Bingo at 8.  Nov.- 307 Roberts' Creek Legion L.A. Whist} 3 p.m.  Nov. 30: Redrooffs Auxiliary  to St. Mary's Hospital, sale of  work, 8 p.m. Redrooffs Hall,.  Dec.  1: Gibsons Elementary  School Hall, Concert in aid of  -cancer    fund,    sponsored    by  Eastern Star.  Dec. 3: Gibsons! Parish Hall,  general meeting Farmers' Institute 8 p.m.  Dec. 4 United Church 'Bazaar  and home cooking tea and sale  of work. 2 p.m.  Dec/3, Wilson Creek Community Centre Assoc. Annual  meeting, flection of officers,  8 p.m.  Dec. 7: Gibsons' Parish Hall  2 p.m. St. Bartholomews WA.  meeting.  Dec. 7   Canadian Legion Ro-  Tberts Creek Sale of work, tea  cup reading.- 2 p.m.  Dec. 12: Sechelt, Turkey  Bingo, Legion Hall, 8J p.m.  -Dec. ,13: Gibsons United  Church.Hall 2 p.m. tea & sale  home cooking by Mothers' circle. DeMolay. .  . Tins week's special ��� one  acre land, lovely trees, fine  . marine view. Small cottage  ��� iwith 'furniture, full price only  $27.50.'     ���  Harold Wilson  Totem   Realty  Phone  Gibsons  44  evenings 147  No. 2  Cedar 1 & 2  per M   ^P^J^j  FIR  1  2 X .4  2 X 6   t per M  2X8  Rebekahs & Oddfellows  Open Social Evening  Wilson Creek HaU  Fri .Nov; 30   - -    8.30 p. m.  IlbME COOKING SALE, AUCTION, ENTERTAINMENT!  Cars will call at the Kum-Agen Cafe 7:45 to 8 p.m.  for Driose who would like fides  ANOTHER John Wood Special!  Save $50 On A New  Premier Duplex  Upright  REGULARLY  $99.50  SPECIAL $4^50  Come in aiiM See this Smart.Efficient  Little Cleaner, at  :J HARDWARE,  0    APPLIANCES  Phone 32  J  Gibsons  jMMWWWjj  ��wmit��ii��MiiMMiiiitiiiMimiit��inini  .Uu  IMIIMIIIWM  SECHELT LOCKERS  Continues) to Lead the Field in Food Values.  We scour the suppliers to buy for less, that we may Sell for Less  This week we are offering for your approval these  REAL MONEY SAVERS  SIDE  BACON  35c m  2  lb.  Cello Vz's Rindless  VEAL  LOIN CHOPS  RUMP BOASTS  59c  lb.  BLADE ROASTS  SHOW  BEEF  PORK  SPARE  RIBS  49c lb,  FRESH FROSTED  BRUSSEL  SPROUTS  Crisp & Clean  22c !b  Now in  JAP  ORANGES  Florida Ruby  GRAPEFRUIT  Large size  FREEZER SPECIALS  SIDES  PORK  We cure the bacon for you  Frozen PEAS  %BEANS  CORN  Buy in Bulk  ���\  5  $1.49  Kamloops Show Beef  Reserve your Favorite Cut of FANCY QUALITY  SHOW    BE EF  Now, at our Usual LOW, LOW PRICES  ELT LOCKER  PHONE SECHELT 1  iiVintinM����iinninMnnwin]  !���������������������������� ��Mwnnw��M����'"��n��' mmimnmiiinw tmntjtt  MNmviBtnTCM *�� �����������*�� f n ��������������  SUCRE LUMBER   The Want Ad page  COMPANY  PHONE  GIBSONS  151 Cdfl 8   Coast News, Nov. 29, 1956.  DEMOLAY  RAFFLE  A beautiful handmade patchwork quilt is being raffled for  the combined benefit of the St.  Mary's Hospital Auxiliary and  " the newly formed DeMolay  Boys' Club. The last raffle for  the DeMolay tooys wasi a smart  blue-shaded lamp, which was  won by Mrs. D. Wortman of  Gibsons.  f  . " ���        '',,','       ' ,":���.    J  WARM CLOTHING  IS A MUST!  Yow'II find a good  Supply at HASSAN'S  Raffle donations displayed  Sechelt Rod and Gun club  has a display of items donated  by merchants ofythe Peninsula  for their raffle to be held at  their  third, .annual game; din-,  ner pnTpe^.8-       7   :'Y\        -'���;  MountedTon a bi�� show-Jboard;  are   ia- 7.227 calibre rifle,   with  scope and case, from Parker's  Hardware," Sechelt; a six .ft.  cane, rod with /reel and cover  from G & S Sales, and a glass  '-trolling, rod from Haddock's, at  Pender Harbour. XX'X:'!aXX--Xx  "These will be displayed i��  various stores     '   T       -    7 '  FRUITS,  PIUS,  SUGAR  FOR HOLIDAY BAKING  MEATS, VEGETABLES  FROZEN FOODS  ssand trips cause  ange in terry schedule  ;    START CHOOSING FOR  6HR3STMAS  JfOW/;AT  HASSAN'S  STORE  Phone 182   Pender Harbour  Black Ball Ferries. Ltd., will  foegin regular service to Bowen  Jsland-F-riday,, Dec. 7,. it was  ���annoimcedy by-Colonel -George  Paulin, president.  Passenger service only will  be offered on three round trips  daily between Horseshoe Bay  at West. Vancouver and Snug  CoivfeTonlBowen Island. At the  same time Cpl. Paulin announced ��� an .adjustment olttie ferry  schedule., across Howe Sound  effective' Dec. trfco provide the  syr::x  I.  Start Shopping Early  for those special  CHRISTMAS GIFTS!  Here Are AFew Risks���-  Mix-Masters      "Pop-up" Toasters  ;������ f-'flPresto" Eleotwc Frying Paris  "Westinghouse" t Sfceam Irons  "Morphy-Riehards" Steam Irani  "Westinghouse Electric Coffee Percolator  STANDARD, T^BLE AND 'fV LAMPS  FINE CHIN AWARE .  A Beautiful assortment of popular  BLACK AND BRASS      9  Planters, Magazine Racks, Corner Shelves  and a Variety of attractive gift items x  C&S SALES  PHONE SECHELT 3  "  &  ready  for  another?  of course.  ��� it's '  the  beer  B.C.  enjoys  VANCOUVER   BREWERIES   LIMITED  / This advertisement is not published or displayed by the  /   Liquor Control Board or by tie Government of British Columbia.  "W  Bowen  Island  service.   Black  Ball will utilize the MV. Bain-v  bridge for the 20-minute crossing to and from Snug Cove.  The Bairibridgej will ,leave  Horseshoe Bay for Snug Cove  daily at 8:15 a.m..,- 12:15 p.m. ;  and 6:25' p.m. Departures from  Snug Goye will be made daily  at 8:40 a.m., 12:40 p.m. and  6.50 pTm.  Adjusted times! for the Black  Ball''������ ferry schedule between'  Horseshoe Bay and Gibsons will  provide 10 daily round trips by  the Bainbridge and: the S.S. :  Smokwa:. Daily, departures  ���from Horseshae Bay forT.Gibsons will be made at 7:30 a.m.,  ��:15'a.in.v 10:15 a.m,, 1:10 p.m.,  2:25 p.m., 3:50 p.m., 5:45 p.m.,  7:25 p.m.,. $:25 p.m. and 10:15  p.m.  Daily departures from Gibsons for. the 70-minute Howe  Sound crossing to Horseshoe  Bay will be made at 6:55 a.m.,  v8:55 a.m., 10:55' a'jn',,' 1:05 p^n. ,  2:30 p.m., 3:45 p.m, 5:10 p.m.,  7:05 p.m.j T9:00 p.m. and 11:05  P;W-   ��� ��� ���������'.'-���-!.��� : ������;<  .Between E?ri Cove and" Saltery Bay,; Black Ball's MV.  Quillayute will make seven  daily crossings in both directions oh the new.winter schedule. Northbound departures'will  leave iEarl Gove daily at 78:35  a.m., 10:5& a.m., 1:15 p.m: 4:35  p.m.,6:55 p.m., 9:10 p.m. and  11:25* p.m. Southbound, the  Quillayute will leave Saltery  Bay each day at 7:30 a.m., 9:50  a.m., 12:10 p.m.,3:30 p.m. 5:50  p.m., 8:05 p.m., arid 10:20 p.m.  Eight of the ten daily round  trips' across Howe Sound between Horseshoe Bay and Gib-  isons wil} allow for through  connections! with six of the seven daily round trips across Jervis Inlet between Earl Cove  and Saltery Bay.  Sechelt News  BY   MRS   A���A.  FRENCH  Old Dog Biff, a Belgian  Shepherd owned ,7 by Mr. A.  Crucil Sr. has gone to. bis last  hunt. Obtained by) Mr. Crucil  some years ago from the Vancouver pound, Evidently he had  been an old soldier because  he had the tatoo marks of aTK9 '  dog. True to his trainingyhe  always demanded the front seat  in . any vehicle, and anyone  wanting-tb ride in the crummy  had to squeeze over ib riiakeT  room for Biff. HeT was killed  accidentally in tlie -camp j(jaist  week. He will be missed. '-Qood--.  bye Biff, a gallant dog.TXy'  A social eveningjat,the home  of Mr. and Mrs. LeayTphnson  in aid of the Altaf Society of.  the Holy Name Church7s4w*30  jguests enjoying cards and a.  singsong. Pi'izes were won ><by  Mrs. F. Holland and Mr. W.J.,  Maynp. -'*'*  Mr. and Mrs. Art Asselstine-  came down from Clowhom  Falls for a week's holiday and  stayed with Mrs. Asselstine's  parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.K.  Berry.  Guest of Mr. and Mrs. Scott  Pollock is George Meely of Jan-  sen, Sask., a brother of . Mrs.  Pollock. ^>  .Mrs. Gladys MacMillen,^of  Gibsons Elementary school 'Was  ay weekend guest, of ."Mrs.  French.  Mrs. iH. Johnson is visitfijtg  her son and daughter-in-law,  Mr. and Mrs. Leo Johnson<>>-;;  Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bronstein  had as guests, Mr. and Mrs^A.  Warburton of Vancouver.  Mrs. Wagner of Vancouver  visited her daughter and son-in-  law, Mr., and'Mrs. V. Mackenzie.  The, ,MV-.lI Bainbridge" visits  Snug:Gove on Bowen ^Island on  a trial run in'preparation for  the inauguration of Black Ball,  ferry service to and from Vancouver orr December 7. Three  daily round trips will serve pas- .  sengers    between     Horseshoe  Bay and Snug Cove, available  facilities making it impossible .  at present to accommodate ve�� -  hides.  ,t  TM Biggest arid Best  Variety of Slippers  every style7arid;kiiid for the.  comfort of everyone iri; the familjr!'.-.-'  A GOOD SEEECT0& ^ FOOI^WEAR  in LEATHER;sM 1WJBBER  ���y^Xx'^'r Plume 25Gr.l^:.:Sech<Blt'-J-5'';y:v>r/  memmmmmmmmmm  special riaessa^e^Tto  Tine year  ���������-/.yiy. xitizq#&\A .���%$ *vt  on depoMt at me B of M  iJQpfygj: ha$��r Wj|"fe��yOT fWfreA��tt.  '.. ��� ��^ 4 .>���'.-.'' * . ��� ... - -  . : ���' -, ���  Y' y ���''���*  -.*" ���-.'.. ��� t~ ���'  ������y-----y-���-'"������'������:���������'<���������-'���y:-"^ ���.    y- '���. .\   ���.ysA^iXi   ''f i'-A}T  :'teve|^,-fieH of C^ad^  7'T:T7'. 77-yy   .j,(jg-ct   :;���'���   '���x.') ���'��� .*im-i'C  lumbering, ���j$j5|j�� ����Mn��&f^y^ ����4 ��^ii*^^ ^^fPP8^  ' .- 7-. .A/  '-.ii :",(���:.>'..yi'.>  ���    ��� :<.'-'.' AAr-.,fi$kti)$Vi<tivrX  '���-  ':'-T:^^^:^::..:r.l:T^L:r!:^   ���:"-;":-'������       :A^Ay^XXh^(l:r^ OCX  large and J&bBBSSBK Mttrfl* Yonr Ravings opened new opportunitiee for  jT'i niii "lUW,  ���_ <rA-;>\::>,?-.*so\i.-$g^&tiM-  ���f^W '-  i  v Canadian Enterprise ��� made new .jobs for Canadians of  ,K;  eyerj;; ��� xv;���;  x  \  calling. While much of the $2,589,000,000 on deposit with the"Bu*f M be  longs to governments, institutions and business firms, more than  ^ 'of it is the personal savings deposited by yoii and 1,873,914 other Cana  dians in all walks of life. B of M loans  ^       in the history of the Bank ��� play an important part in maintaining our  ���.v  at $1,383,000,000���highest  9  high standard of living  v^N  .land helping every sector of our economy  to grow. The $697,653,000 invested by MY BANK in high-grade govern-  .��  ment bonds \\S;'  is helping to finance government projects designed  for everyone's benefit. Other securities held by the B of M ���which  include a diversified list of high-quality short-term industrial issues ���  broiight total investments to $916,113,000. You couldn't have found an  idle dollar  at the B of M, because ��� except for reserves and  ft" Ll\V  day-to-day cash requirements ��� every one was working 7%^/    around  the dock, to speed ...^^^pr^re^T By opening an acedunt at the;7  ^4  B of Myou keep your m<m��y^fe y^*  and earning intereut, arid yon,  I -' -  ��� ���j,',r  ^Vi T-  :��-..  ���J*&;  .-���.  :y':  ��� t .< v;  - "V ���  A.  .'���X.' ,'���  v�� '���*  2-"'-  X(A  '-���:.  'I-    �� >  -'*���   1.  ���ri.n''  ���i**^  V-.''-.  ;*K  -'.--.�����;  y-yf-.  *':���������'���'.'  make a sound investment Tfor yourself in Qpiad^'s future.  >  ;/;��yr'- ',T * '��� r--1 "0 > -  OF  Gibsons Branch:      '    EDWARD HENNIKER; Manager  Secheh Branch:                     DONALD McNAB, Manager , .;.   7 yy-                   V^  Port Mellon (Sub-Agency): Open on                             , '' "'  1 Canadian Forest Products Ltd. semimonthly: paydays ... ,.-t. ������,,���.                   ',.  ��� -   ���     "     Open 8th arid 23rd of each month y  WORKINO' WITH    CANADIANS    IN     EVERY    WAtlT   OF    llfE    SINCE    1817  ��� ���    ' '.i -.���; ���!' iim'. m   ��� ?mn C,oast News, Nov, 29, .1956. : 9  ~ -   ���      ������������������ I* ��������� -����� ���-���      "  Wl . ���'.    ~-.w  ---���i  >   MRS. PEARSON HOME  Mrs.   Ernie   Pearson    came  home from hospital last Thursday, and will be home for a  time. The family expects she  anay stay until after Christmas.  Mrs Pearson is being cared for  by   her sister-in-law  For Guaranteed  Watch and Jewelry  Repairs  CHRISESX- JEWELERS  Work  done   on   the   Premises  WE BUY OLD GOLD   *  Phone 96 Sechelt  Read The Real Estate Column  On The Want Ad Page.  VOLKSWAGEN ��� WILLYS JEEP  SALES & SERVICE  Don t Put It Off Any Longer  reeze -   winter Tires  Batteries  Winter Lubes  -  Chains  Welding  SOLNIK SERVICE STATION  PHONE SECHELT 75  iiiiinwiiiii, M��<��**m����nmjmJw����m*Bti����jsn������imwi����j  tM*ma*MMwa* ��� ��� HnwiMmimMiwwriiimMMMMHiiiuMmnflmmwMWMmi  3  .'f-  a  3  a  V  SELMA PARK STORE  OUR MEAT DEPARTMENT.now provides a fine variety  and excellent selection of MEATS, fresh and cured.  . ���<>  Before the Season of Holiday Making- begins, be sure to  s,.ock up on  PARTY FOODS & FIXIN'S  .O;:  Brains,  equipment  and reference material ���the   chief  ingredients   of   good  research  ��� are demonstrated ilri, the pictures above,  t^eni^af Sarnia;  during a sympossiiim 'arranged  by Imperial! Oil and attended  by top Canadian research scientists and engineers, including  42 professors and deans from  16 universities1. across Canada,  At the end of the two day meeting Dr.  E.W.R.  Steacie,   (bottom left)'president of the National Research Council,  Ottawa, officially opened expanded  research facilities and  a new  million-dollar engineering. building for the company. At upper left, Mary Case adds a final sheaf; of paper to an eight  foot pile of plans indicative of  the effort of the company's en-  * gineeririg division in planning  construction of Imperial's;-lu-;  toricatingyoil plant at" Edmonton. Top ri^ht shows Dr. O.S.  Pokorny of Imperial's research  staff, one of the- world's leading authorities on lubricating  oils, combines the brains, equipment and reference material to  run; a laboratory test on a pro:-  duct.. XiXy^X. T:;'7''T7Ty;. ��������� -"������'���'".':  SofWingy^d^o^t^Ti^7^art ;;<tfy  his j(tf>vyTii&^  (bqttoinrf 'right) of imperial Oil's,'  reearch staff at Sartaia. Primarily engaged in research to assist Can&da's agricultural industry, he is shown demonstrating a specially developed  spray during the symposium.  BY MRS. M. NEWMAN  At this season, cougars are  iverituring. down the mountain.  One of the big cats was seen at  the top of Crow Road last week.  Nineteen members of Mount 7  Elphinstone   Chapter,   No.   65,7  OES, !������ were   guests   of   Naomi 7/  Chapter,  West   Vancouver  onTTT  the 20th, going down on the afternoon ferry and returning they  ; same night. They enjoyed the  \  work  of the hostess  chapter,  ���the banquet and entertainment  which followed.  AT film/of New ^Torld Spcie-/  ty activities was ^een by a capacity crowd ��rom all points,  of the iPeninsula in the Legion  Hall at SecheltNov. 22. Spon-   T  soren by   Jehovah Witnesses,  the colored film was shown by  Mr.   Teuriderman,   world   traveler and lecturer ���. ";  .A Cancer dressing meeting was held Nov. 23rd at the  'home of Mrs. E.J. Shaw.4  Mrs. R.J. v Eades slipped on ,  the basement stairs and injured her ankle last week. She*is  walking "with the   help of   a  cane.  way cost the following drivers!  ���the usual i$25 and costs: Louie  Wilson, Davis Bay; Carl Erickson, Powell Riyer; Walter Da- ���  yidson7yTyaiic{nrver; 7 Neville  ^Vstley; -Vancouver; Joseph  jBouraatsa of Westview, and  ILaurie Savolainin of Pender  Harbour.   ���'  SAUCES  Tartar, Tabasco, Barbecue  Sweet Fruit, Mushroom  ,  Meat Sauces & Ketchups  Sweet Mango Chutney '  Mustards, 'Reh'shes, Dressings  Pickles in variety:  Olives, AH Kinds  SWEETS ,  Tinned MANDARIN ORANGES  FRUIT COCKTAIL  FIGS, PINEAPPLE  -. Special Pack of Fruits for  SUGARLESS DIETS  NUTS and DATES  Confections and Candies  A good selection of MIXERS. Fancy Pack COCKTAIL MIX COOKIES.  ��� v . -���.��������*���-     ��� -.���-      \it*  PHONE SECHELT 76  "-*��* iinunniwiiiiwiiii  wniWMiiwuiiiintiniinwHMnwiwwmwtna  m\m+i��mMMmw*aw**B��Bt**+*wm***m%tn**iin��tow*rnt��**munTQftvF& ^wirnireiitn^amwmw%m  -a*-'  &  ���*.*;  i  *  Don't use all  ��� i     .....  ��� ��� ��� ,.  the hot water; Sis!  I've got a date  hi:  V  I  ft  I  I  I  F  /  - ���  t  f  t  I  \  there's plenty  'for you, too, silly.  Our hoi water's  automatic now -  remember ?'���  %  X  t  I  I  t  Police Court  In Magistrate Johnston's  court last week, CeciirNicker-  son of Sechelt was fined $25  and costs for driving without  due care\and attention.  " Louie R. Wilson of Davis Bay  who had been intoxicated in a'  public Place, paidip20'and costs.  Robert Sully of Wood Bay,  for driving while bis ability  was impaired was fined $150  aiid costs, and forfeited Sis driver's license. , i  Carrying a load in excess of r  80 inches in width cost Samuel,..  Moore of Vancouver $10 and  coats.  Excessive speed on the high-  Automatic storage water heaters are * ^  amazingly efficient, amazingly economical to\  Me. Not only do they give you a glentf ful supply  ��I hot water all the tinie fo# alf the family   -  '?...'' ��� <������'  ? .-..:������ ' *  ;' ';��>', *     '" " *  needs ^dishes; laundry, bathroom,'- f  but they do all this for about $1 per moiith  for each person in the average family of four.  Low cost electricity makes it possible. &  "���*.��.'      \P ' ������'���  fc BY ELSIE JOHNSON  The star games bowled at  ���the Sechelt Bowling Alleys in  the past week were: Peninsula  Teen, Irene Tyson 210; Pender Harbour, Joe Feldes with  two star game of 294 and 293,  and Ron Pockrant 279; Port  Mellon, Frank Girard 283; Peninsula Commercial, Orv Mos-  crip373; Sechelt Sports Club,  Cliff Latimer 293. ,  High scores for Nov, 19 to  Nov. 24 week were:  Sechelt Ladies: High three,  Harriett Duffy 601; high single, Harriett Duffy 247; team  high three,  Do  or Dies 2369;  SECRET COVE  MOORAGE  CLEAN PROTECTED  SMALL BOAT MOORING  REASONABLE RATES  F.W. STONE, SECHELT 142K  HALFMOON BAY P.O.  team high single, Do or Dies  889. '     .  Gibsons .Mixed: Women's  high three, Lorraine McKay  546; women's high single, Lorraine McKay 228; men's high  three, Joe Shutz 607; mene-s  high single, Ed Connor 226;  team high three, Imperial 2519;  team high single, Shell Oil  943.  Peninsula Teen: Girl's high  three, Irene Tyson 508; girl's  high single, Irene Tyson 210;  boy's high three, Ronnie.. Sim  551; boy's high single, Pat Eng-  iehart 222; team high three,  The Fools 2168; team high  single, The Fools 883.  Pender Harbour: Women's  nigh three, Marlene Dubois,  494; women's high single, Marlene Dubois 218; men' high  three Joe Feldes 835; men's  high single, Joe Feldes 294;  team high three. Big Five 2615;  team high single, Big Five 902.  Port Mellon: Women's high  three, Dot Mason 548; women's  high single, Dot Mason 226;  men's  high three, Frank Gir  ard 789; men's high single,  Frank Girard 283; team high  three, Saints 2730;yteam high  single, Saints 1056..  * Peninsula Commercial: Women's high three, Kathy Coe  633; women' high single, Kathy  Coe 261; men's high three, Orv  Moscrip., 698; men's high single Orv Moscrip 373; team  high three, Peninsula. Contractors 2938; team, high single.  Peninsula Contractors 10867  Sechelt Sports Club: Women's high ��� three, Dorothy  Smith 626; women's high single, Harriett Duffy 259; men.s  high three, Cliff Latimer 750;  men's high single, Cliff Latimer 293; team high three,  Rock 'N Rolls 2706; team high  single, Rock 'N Rolls 1095.  Ball and Chain: Women.s  high- three, Edith Chester 597;  women's high single, Edith  Chester 222; men's high three,  Allan Chester 614; men's; high  single, Allan Chester269; team  high three, Wild Ones 2360:  team high single, Wild Ones  842.  For Guaranteed  Watch and Jewelry  T 'Repairs,.'. 'aA^.-'  CHRIS'S I JEWELERS.  Work  clone  on  the  Premises  WE BUY OLD GOLD  Phone 96 Sechelt  10 Coast News, Nov 29, 1956.  IOOF.  Sunshine  Coasf?  Lodge No.76 meets Gibson's Legion Han 2nd and'  4th Friday each month.  II  Mavor Moore, Uhe Well  known actor, writer, critic, executive and producer, is. the  host on the new CBC television  show called** "Explorations".  Thisi show is CBC-^TV's bold^  est venture to date ih the documentary field and will deal  with a great variety of subjects  y_~: from history to mental hygiene.  Be prepared���The Jameson representative will be  making more calls at homes in this area^it may be  yours^and remember, you use the finest when you use  JAMESON'S. TEA. AND COFFEE.   '���: .-:"  ���&&��:<��^^&z&f&i  Thursday  Friday  Saturday  November  29, 30  Dec. 1  CORNED BEEF LOAF  "'-��S:^^B^^a=*"-��sr^^tf^5a-"-Ss^a*��S!?*"'',��^^  at Secheli Service Store  BOSTON   15 ox.  BLUE BONNET  2 for 61c  21b Block 67c  SWIFTS  LARD  GOLDEN BANTAM CORN  Dog or Cat Food  1 lb. Pkts.  ROYAL CITY  15 ox.   '  2lbs  NABOB GREEN LABEL  100's  CHAMPION ���   l-10c  XMAS  SEALS FREE  JEWELL     lib   free with  3��  tin  BING  Tea Bags  Instant Coffee  Long Grain Rice  NABOB CHOICE  NABOB FANCY  NABOB FANCY  15 Ox. tin  15^*.  15 ox.  33c ea  38c ea  34c ea  NABOB  2 ox.  DELTA  2 lb. Pkg.  37c  Canned Milk  CARNATION    TALL   TINS  WESTMINSTER   A ROLLS  McCOLLS  39c  Seap Powder Blue  4 tins  ���.  BREEZE TEA TOWEL    GIANT  /ILL VARIETIES  -rT'  HUNTS  24 ox.  13-'ox. bOt.  ^HUNTS  28 oz. tin  16 ox.  2 for 59c  2  /.  ���':*��:'  �� tins  Peanut  Ice Box Jar..;  SQUIRREL  SmM,. sk mm- ������ vm    w#r  LEAN NO BONE  Pot Roasts  Round Steak or Roasts  ib 49c  lb 65c  /  LEAN  tew Beef  L^AN-  39c  lb 45c  Shannon Ice Cream  Bricks. -     "2:for.45c  Quarts ea. 45c  Half Gallons /     ea.   85c  F REE  STORE HOURS 9 a.k - S p.m.  MONDAYS thru  w/iss*  PHONE 2  .SE'G-HELTl  ^%>,:;

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