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 Just Fine Food  DANNY'S    i  DINING   ROOM  Phone Gibsons 140  SERVING   THE  GROWING SUNSHINE   COAST  Published in Gibsons, B.C., Volume 11    Number 27, July 4, 1957.  Shop and Compare  Mr.   ffiili^rd  % Archives  a.   c  Barliaaent buic^  'ia,  B. c.  SYLVIA'S  Tlie handiest  store  in  Town  Open daily ��� 8 a.m. to Midnight  y  life's Darkest Moment  A"WEBSTER CXASSIC;  even  BY  GLADYS  JACOBS  X Despite intermittent showers  Doriiinion D&y "sports and activities went ahead as planned.  The Port Mellon Community  Association organised the races and provided-children with  free pop, ice cream and hot  * dogs.  The three day fishing derby  .ended at noon Monday. Prizes  "were  won   by. the--following:  Senior:  Sam Wong, ���a fishing/  rod for the only salmon caught  Junior:  David Doran, for two  rock cod of 7 IB and 4:VzVot a  rod and reel; Billy Quarry, for  two rock ������' cod of 4 lb ���- and' 3 Vz y  lb, ' a ��� net ..and a   reel; Bobby  Latham; forTone cod* ofT.4. 'iby  a ^rfiei; ^BurkhartTr^Kerbis; tor ���  two cod of 2 lb and 3 IbT a net  and 200 yards Tqf line.  A large crowd of supporters ;  watched Port Mellon play Sechelt in a vigorous game of  baseball on Monday, The game;  an extremely good one, lasted  three hours and ended with Sechelt winning 11 -6X..  Mr.   arid -Mrs;   Swann   and  their   volunteer helpers  were  kept busy  trying to   appease  '" appetites arid thirsts; '    ':y ax.  The Safety; Committee had T  a stand arid Don Macklam with  Lome. Masqriy doled.outyfree  cokes arid candy..-COnsideririg  that a number of sm all ^stomachs would eventually be in  turmoil as well as. in technicolor, alt had a grand time.  Thanks are extendedto Bob  Gill, Reg Weston, Frank Zan-  toullas and the many others  who worked so hard in riiakirig  the event possible.;   -      ��� T .%  Mr.  Rustemeyer,   safety   di-  lirector   for    Canadian   Forest  yProducts arid Torn Hollis,  as-  sistarit director,were weekend  to carry  on another year  Fourteen persons at a meeting of Gibsons Ratepayers' Association last week decided to  continue the organization for  at least another ; year - and  placed what money has accumulated in the hands'of trustees.  The three trustees will be  EA. Mainwaring, J. Gordon  arid W.B."'McNab. it will be  up to them to revive the association or call another meeting to wind up affairs at the  end of one year.  Robert Macnicol was chairman and Fred Crowhurts secretary. Mr. Macnicol presented a report covering the financial position of the association  arid the. Firemen's fund.   Mr.  quorum.; The last recorded  meeting of the. association was  held in the Church hall, on  Oct. 6th, 1955, only nine members attending; ';' '.'���  The last report made to the  Registrar of Societies covered  1954, but when filing this1 report, we also gave the names  of ten members of the 20 . in  good standing in 1955,1 as.' the  directors. for that particular  year, in the hope that the association would continue; ���.. y  Since the end of 1954 there  has been very little in the way/  o�� expenses, and the income  was $18 membership dues.paid:  in 1955. All accounts were  audited up to Decy 1954, and a;  statement filed withT theReg^  istrar of Societies, Victoria.  * visi^��hd^^  }spiritT oty'{.Z^^gsyXy^^AJEiingo  starid did weilvTwith plenty of  people trying.their- luck.  The races were run by both  children- arid adults, and everyone did his or heir best to win.  The Little League played Gibsons on Sunday, but, though  playing gamely, were defeated  14-2.      -   '     *  , Saturday evening Pat and  Tom Lusk held a salmon barbecue. About 100 people enjoyed a tasty meal of salmon,  biscuits and, coffee. Among the  crowd were a number of out-  of-town visitors, who arrived  for the weekend,in their own  small craft. Thanks are extended to Pat and Tom Lusk, Ken  Eidt ~the cook; and Mrs. Alice  Latham who made the biscuits  Theidance, beginnirig at-10.1  p;m. was well atterided.   Spot  prizes arid a door prize added  to the fun and the Mellonaires  were up to formT  A successful tennis tournament was; concluded, when Ed  Shermariy^defeated D. Norman  for the sirij^^ CTbwn^6- 9, 3-6  6-3. "Aftertf^ibseyfirst set Mr',,.  Norman cameTrbaek strong in  the Second but faltered in the  third 'before the -steady playing of the more experienced  ��� opponent.--T'SyT    '.y -X  The swimming regatta was  the only event cancelled "due to  rain; :���: It; is now tentatively rescheduled for Lafeor Day weekend. '���".:'    ���"���'.��� Ty T-T:  ior the meeting was that lie  planned to move very soon  from Gibsons to Victoria where  he would be involved in Canadian Legion work. Mr. Mac-  nicol's report follows.  To former members of Gibsons and District Ratepayers,  Ass'n: '"-TV  In the year 1954 we had no  less than 110 members in good  standing. Io 1955 only 20 members were reported as in good  standing. Eighteen of them  paid dues iri 1955, arid the remaining two members had .  paid in advance in 1954.  Several meetings were held  in 1955, including some members of the 1954 executive. No.  election of officers! was possible  in 1955, because of lack of a  STOCK CAR  RACES HELD  The Sechelt Stock Car races  were well attended by the holiday crowd July 1. Donations  totalled $79.84 which will be  used to build a. grandstand.  The club meihbers hop�� to  erect a coffee bar in the near  future. Races will be held every Saturday at 7 p.m. More  stock cars are expected to enter.  King  and  I  to be shown  ' There are many people who  have seen The King and I, based on the story of Anna and the  King of Siaffi, njqre than once  and intend to go arid see it again-  fiiiy Gibsoins Theatre, Friday and  Saiturday of this week. It is po.s1  sibly the, most beautiful musical  everyTTfibnedT anclshould draw1  packed houseis for each perform-  arice. XXx '' "��� ' ' ' ���''.-:.:X''Xrryr  The Thursday night feature  . will be Martin and Lewis, in Hollywood Or Bust arid Sllartin iand  TLewi sT: ��� fans y expects consider able  hilarity.    ZyX'-'-'XyZ -A' "A'".  people covering several meetings held in 1955, and, this  meeting. The last donation was  made on April 1, 1954, $20.  The financial standing is:  General Account, Current account: Balancei#Dec; 1954:  $104.15; 1955 dues; $18,00; a  total of $122.15. Balance on  hand June 26, 1957 at. the  Bank of Montreal.'-$122:15.'  Firemen's Trust Savings account: Trustees ��� Ben Knight  and E.A. Mainwaring. Balance  Dec. 1954, $84.05-,  Petty Cash account: Balance  on hand Dec. 1954 $5.45. Expenses, 1955/1957: Nov. 1955  Registrar's Fee, 50c; June 1957  Coast News advertisement this  meeting $4.62 and postage 33c:  $5.45.      ������  The certificates of registration of the Association in 1946  along with records of. the organization are in my care.  As I am leaving the district  in ten days time, I would suggest that some person be named to take charge of these records and that -. definite action  be taken this evening in the  matter of closing out the affairs of the ai3SOciationj and  dispose of the funds Ton hand,  if there is no indication on the  part of local taxpayers to support the organization.  Robert Macnicol  ��� :  The   meeting   accorded  Mr.  i-y-t/:������.'��� "��� *      f~^ j Macnicol a vote of thanks for  / flPf/l   r\hf)   tP/1    the work he   has done  down  I: IIGV.U,   A\f*U    l>CU>     thr0Ugh the years on behalf of  [ Powell River Little Leaguers  beat Gibsons 7-4 in a Dominion Day celebration game at  Kinsmen park following a long  decorated float parade, log rolling, water skiing and a greasy  pig chase. "/.'....  .?>-Log rolling winner was' Russ  Gibson, Twin Creeks with a  special to Frank MacDonald,  Vancouver for a barefoot display. Phil and. Roger Smith  Jwith Day�� and Terry Wales  jsupplied water skiing.  y Parade   winners   were   Gibsons Building Supply and Roy?,  jperts  Creek Garage iri- industrial, Fire  department Tarid 58  ,���- j'       /Taxi,  corriic;   Headlari(Isyj&ub  and PTA;in the_decqyattye with  ^  jSunshine Coast Fall Fair- arid  TGiosone -Legion   special event  .winners.    Juvenile   bike   and  fhorse    prizes   were   awarded  XMancy i_.esiie,   Danny  Coates,  I Lynn Vernon and David Hus  iby. ' ....''���' : :  luVelyn Cook won the bathing  vbeauty event. North Vancou-  jver.Sea Cadets band and hon-  ; or guard led the parade arid  i supplied music at the Kinsmen  t Park, and really added zip to  Tthe event.  v The parade followed the  yroute from Elphinstone School  ygrounds down to Jack's corner,  f along ��Seaview road to Beach  ' Ave. and down to Marine Drive  y then along Gower Point road  to Kinsmen Park.  Arrangements at ;the park  were far better than last- year  and gave over the grounds  for the general public and  .. sports ���events. Al McPherson  was master of ceremonies on  the., platform and after A.E.  Ritchey, chairman of the vil-  lage commission delivered his  address of welcome, events got  underway. First the prize win-  ?^^^ ners-<o�� the -various..floats:w,er.e ������  preserited and.the lone bathing  beauty awarded her prize.  There were two queens and  retiriues on the platform and  they were Queen Louise Blomgren, Roberts Creek with princesses Joyce Cirlbertson and  Layergne Inglehart and Queen  TPatty Smith, Gibsons with Mavis Brown as princess. "They  presented some parade awards  while Mrs. Wynne Stewart,  president of the Board of Trade  presented the major awards.  The greased pig chase contained some elements of fun  but the pig hardly had ; a  chance. More room should be  provided next time so as to  make the contestants work  harder.  TheK* ball-game which followed hardly lived up-to expectations of the crowd with the  Gibsons team being, favored  following a string of eight victories. However the youngsters  put on a good display of baseball and have evened up the  series between the Powell River and Gibsons teams. Maybe  the large crowd of spectators,  something the youngsters have  not' had previously gave them  stage fright. TheVmoral of the  situation is that larger crowds  should attend league games.  Among the parade floats on  which a considerable amount  of work was done was the  Headlands Service Club, Sunshine Coast Fall Fair, theTCarv-  adiari Legion fl6at,{ Gibsons  Building Supply, Roberts  Creek Garage ahd: others; The  comic was providedTby the fire.  department, 58;/.-Taxi and others  including the clqwns who .did  considerable./ work en route.  Thei firemen ; looked "smart in  their red sweaters.  Concessions on the grounds  were well patronized and on  the whole arrangements at the  Kinsmen Park,. which Twas  really spruced up for the day  were the best yet. The evening dance ������ in the School hall  was well patronized. Financial  reports on the day's operation  will be assembled and announced on a later date when the  committee in charge will have  all contributions in - and accounts paid.  fMimmni  It took John Wright, Unlvcrs--  ity of British Columbia student,  two weeks to. hitch-hike from  VaripQuverto Toronto but be arrived'in time to realizehis ambl*  tion~to attend a Metropolitao  opera. . Not only did he attend  the cpera but be will participate  la It ��s; actor and stage hand.  ���ar**~��  Pender  Harbour;  regatta Aug. 17  A well attended meeting of  the Pender Harbour Aquatic  Club heard the plans to date  for the 1957 Regatta to be held  August 17 at Garden Bay.  President Danny Leavens an-T  nounced that Carole Itter has  accepted the position of swim-  "rriirii iristrudtof ^arid^will'^art-  classes immediately after July  1. Miss Itter comes to the Harbour with high qualifications  from the Vancouver Red Cross  Society. She has shown a keen  enthusiasm for teaching swimming to boys and girls.  The meqting, approved a  long distance swim as a new .  feature of the Regatta this year  and a greasy pole novelty event  along with an invitation to  Nelson Darling and Chris, Dalton of Redrooffs Golf and  Country Club at Halfmoon Bay  to again entertain with their  "aquatic acrobatics" which  has delighted the small fry on  previous regatta days. \3VErs.  Irene Moberg and Mrs. Zoe  Ifarl were invited to join the  executive: of the club by unanimous vote.  The institution of the Theta  Rho Girls Club will be held.  on Saturday, July 6th in the  Schooi HaU. The installation of.  officers' will be open to the  public. The ceremony of installation is impressive and  should attract quite a number.  This part of the program will  take place at about 7:30 p.m.  the association.  Juniors  beac  h  hold  party  Special power  for telephones  ���To keep telephone service ia  operation- during the prolonged  power outage, B.C. Telephone  shipped in three onea:tid-onc-  haif kilowatt" power units to  maintain service. Two were installed1 in the Secihelt section an<]  one in the Gibsons area. These  units sided operators to maini.am  service with the least possible inconvenience. '  LITTLE LEAGUE RAFFLE  'Winner of the Little League  raffle was Les Roberts of Roberts Greek with ticket No. 183.  Small  for this week  The power outage and holiday has greatly curtailed the  production output of the Coast  News plant so a four^ pnge  paper is the result this  week.  Either one, outage or holiday  has an effect on general production but the two together  result in a situation which was-  not anticipated in the general  scheme of things.  Elphinstone junior beach  party Wednesday, June.26, was  rained out, but no amount of  rainfall dampened. the spirits  of the animated group which  gathered in the school gym to  dance, play games and do full  justice to theT munificent lunch  prepared for outdoor appetites.  Never let it be said that our  youth cannot rise to an emergency. Two tubs of potato  salad, a case of pork and beans,  a whole kennel ox hot dogs  along with sufficient cake,  cookies, sandwiches and coke  to sink the Bainbridge, were  all tucked away. No one went  home hungry, and the party  ' was a huge success.  Bible  Society  opens campaign  The British and Foreign Bible  society is novy receiving contributions along the Sunshine Coast  during July and a list of canvassers has been announced.. Owing to space limitations this itex,  will be run next week. In the  meantime contributors are warned to get ready for the visit of  canvassers of their area.  P.N E  plans  bell  display  The famous bell display and  bell:ringing show by Mr.,v>and-  Mrs. James F. Cooper, Angel's  Camp, California, will be a top  attraction of the International  Hobby Show at the Pacific National . Exhibition, Vancouver  August 21 to Sept 2.  In their act they will introduce their famous "Singing  Stones,", carefully tuned pieces  of natural limestone.   .  The Hobby Show will also  provide visitors with an opportunity to try coppercrajlt in  free audience participation  classes conducted by Mrs. ^Dorothy  Short, New Westminster.  Individuals and groups may  obtain entry forms and information by writing to the Pacific National Exhibition, Exhibition Park, Vancouver 6, B.C.  Canada.  A 34-POUNDER  Mt. John Atkinson of Gibsons  caught a 34 pound salmon on  Tuesday morning at Salmon  Rock.  CENTENNIAL   DATES  Port Mellon is ready * for  Centennial Year celebrations.  The Community association  there has arranged three dates  on which the year will be celebrated. One will be New  Year's Eve. The second will  be the May 24 holiday when  school sports will be held and  a third will be the Dominion  Day or Canada Day holiday  when a general sports day will  be held.  Junior High  in assembly  Elphinstone Junior High pa-  pils held an assembly ThuxE*.  day afternoon; June ,27,- for  school closing exercises. Several parents attended.  Following the chairman's remarks, the Home Economics  classes of Grade 8 and 9, under  the; guidance of Mrs. Evans,  presented a ' playlet called  "Wishes Come True", whicfe  was a clever commentary, on  [ the dresses which the girls  ��� made this year and displayed  as they commented.in their dialogue. The whole performance was enjoyable. ���  The dresses were hot only  very attractive but were also  a T good indication of the fine  --work being,done;in the. Home  Economics department. Expert  needle work was combined  with a sense of the fitness of  things to produce a delightfui  display of colorful, practical  summery dresses for afternoon  wear.  It was obvious too, that the  girls had beeri taught how to  wear * their clothes, how to  choose suitable patterns, colors and. materials. More parents should attend dress parades in future.  The final part of the program consisted of presentation  by Mr. Oviatt, Elphinstone PTA  presidenty of awards and trophies. ' Award winners were:  Junior Scholarship: Lyn Vernon and Croft Warn. Junior  citizenship: Lyn Vernon and  Danny Prtfpp. Intermediate  scholarship: Heather Brace-  well and i-illen "Murray. Intermediate citizenship: Joyce Inglis.  Perfect attendance certificates were issued to: * Dax'e-  Hunter, Wendell Hunter, Phyl-  ip de Jong, Del Ritchey, R<ry  Olmstead, John Burritt, Axel  Gehring, Tom Helena, Joan  Szabo, Marilyn Swanson and  Bonny Porter.  Trophies -were presentedt  the Drummond Cup for interhouse competitive activity to  House "A", whose president,  Wayne Poole received it; the  Don Brown Mug for the typist  with highest achievement in  first year typing, won by Mar-  da Walker.  Total aggregate trophies for  the intermediate pupil and junior pupil who earned most  points in all three phases of!  school life: Scholarship, citizenship and sportsmanship,  were awarded to Heather  Bracewell, the Trueman trophy  for highest aggregate in the  intermediate division; Lyn Vernon, the pay Trophy for highest aggregate in the junior division.  HURT IN FALL  Ben Lang of Sechelt, hurt his  leg in a fall at the site ��f his.  new home in Sechelt. He pulled  the ligaments quite badb'. Zaitd  is not expected back at work'for  iwo weeks or so.  Got   a   talent?   Prepare :ifc  share it, at the fair. L��".z-  ���JQJO  Published by Sechelt Peninsula News Ltd.,  v every Thursday* at Gibsons, B.C.  Box 128, Gibsons, B.C., Phone 45Q  '���FRED CRUICE. Edilor and Publisher  Member Canadian Weekly Newspapers Association  and the B.C. division of C.W.N. A. -  '"*���"'������   Member B.C. Weekly Newspapers: Advertising Bureau  Vancouver office ��� 210 Dominion Bldg.,  Telephone PAcificr 7557  Authorized Second Class Mail, Post Office.Department, Ottawa.  Sates of Subscription: 12 mos., $2.50; 6 mos., $1,50; 3 mos., $1.00  United States and Foreign, $3.00 per year. .5c per copy.  f  ii '      iii- ���  ��� ���   ��� ��� ���-������ ..���    ��� ~ 11���   ' ��� ii  ��� i  ��� *��� i    .i     - �� i i ��� .i. ��� ���<  Let's be sensible  There are blue ruin specialists in Gibsons old enough to  Smow better but they refuse to look facts in the face.  Their complaint is that because Black Ball Ferry has  ��roved to Langdale, Gibsons will become a ghost town, real estate, values^will-hit the bottom and:Tl|&YV^Ji?ri^i>e-;.'wprth::liYing:<-  What $re the facts?, Well one is Gibsons .was ;'riereridng:r;  Satefore Black Ball "Ferries entered the picture! Two, Gibsons:vviil  continue to be Gibsons no matter where Black Ball goes, Three  Roberts Creek, Sechelt, Port Mellon and any other place one  cares to mention did r\ot have a Black Ball ferry terminus at any  &me and strange to say they are going to move ahead the same  as they did before.  Many are the reasons one could recite to show Gibsons  ���will not become a ghost town. It has the snuggest harbour in  this area. It has a shopping centre which will continue to grow.  It has a future as a distribution point. It is the largest ispot on  all provincial maps of this area and will remain so for some time  to come. .. . ,  There are those with other views. If they desire to air  Hhem, the columns of the Coast News are open so long as they,  ��an write in about 300 words their thoughts. If the bottom falls  out of real estate prices^ the ghost town specialists can thank  themselves for their unwarranted "whisper of death" propaganda. However if they have logical reasons for suspecting Gibsons  will become a ghost town, put them on paper for publication and  let-the rest of the population know so each one cart.find a safer  &aven.  2    Coast News, July 4, 1957.  o eaitor  U RESIDENTS OF  PENDER HARBOUR  The Tender Harbour Senior High-Elementary School is being  divided into two units, elemfentary and jr.-sr. high, effective  vJuly 1, 1957:  Hie elementary school ;at Madeira Park will be kriWn as the  Pender Harbour Elementary School. Have you any suggestions  lor a name for the high school at Kleindale? Send your suggestions to the Board before July 22, 1957. '  - - .:',"���'      .-'."-���        -. ���  .    . ; ��� ....      \  :~,:~yx^--y^ry ^he Board of School Trustees,  y T "    School District No! 46 (Sechelt)  Box 19, Gibsons, B.C.  Editor: The following letter  has been mailed to Black Ball  Ferries, Ltd.-  Dear Sirs: On Wednesday,  June 26th, I came from Vancouver via the "Smokwa" leaving Horseshoe Bay just before  6 p.m. While not fully loaded  .the ferry had quit6 a few vehicles, among them quite a  number of buses and "heavily  'loaded trucks. On arriving at  Langdale the first to be unloaded were the buses and  trucks.  These    vehicles,     travelling  Ylowly on  the adverse  grades?  which are   encountered almost  immediately,  and  occur  in  a  number    of    places    between  Langdale Tand Gibsons, .caused  considerable     congestion      of  traffic. ���T*rue,    the   passenger  cars behind were grabbing ev-  ��� ery opportunity tb get past One  or more trucks.  i$ut on a two  lane'   highway,   .with    limited  range  of   visibility,   and. fast  - trafficTin the opposite direction  #'of vehicles trying to   "make"  the ferry, that is a dangerous  practice. One of theV niost  fruitful causes of our high rate  ���of traffic-accident is this attempt at passing.  Using the ferry fairly frequently, I used to notice the  same thing getting- off at  Horseshoe Bay, though it is alleviated sonmewhat now by the  double right-hand lane on  Keith Road. On the day! mention, though I did get p?st one  or two trucks, and saw cars  ahead of me also getting by,  one or more, I was still behind  slow moving trucks when I  got to Gibsons, and the Church  corner, and long grind up Gibsons hill, would still be to come  T It seems to uie that it would'  be better to unload the* easier  way,, moving passenger cars  first, so tftey could get on their  - way, thereby not contributing .  to a traffic jam. There may be  reasons,, which have escaped  ���me; for not doing this: if so, I  Would be glad to be informed.  If riot, I will permit myself to  hope for an amendment to  yOur unloading procedure.  Robert Burns.     .  ^  ^,J. tlAKUffAKC&  yyP   APPUAHCES  .������../...���''.. --..'., ,*. _'*���'">'.���.. .: ...   ���'  :������.-.    -.  :; . '.    '.'���'   t ���'������  to the   Sunshine Goast  and recommends a visit to our up-to-date store.  Are ycu prepared for in and oii the water safety?  We have an excellent supply ��f life saving vests  and cushions also boat fire extinguishers.  Marine charts and -tide books are available, itoo.  ^T?^3i^^J^:Tn^Sl^^?T?^53^B^^^^  You will find Gibsons  MjEAT MARKET sells  only TOP QUALITY  Summer visitors and  Tourists can be assured  of obtaining the best at  Gibsons Meat Market  Eolice^Qiiii:  Len McDonald, Wil s 6 n  Creek, was fined $150 for driv-  . ing 'while his ability wars impaired.  Joseph Feldes, Pender ? Harbour, was fined $30 for driving  without due care and attention.  The case was heard on a waiverTfrom Burnaby where it appeared Mr. Feldes had fallen  asleep at the'wheel of his car  causmg the car to mount the  curb and strike a power line  pole. Extensive damage was  done to the car. /  Edwin Reid, Pender Harbour was fined $50 for drinking beer in a public place near  Madeira Park.  A. Barnes, Vancouver, was  fined $25 and costs for failing  to have bis fishing boat marked with the proper numbers  ���and initials as required by the  Fisheries Act.' *  '  J. Gibb of Roberts Creek  was fined. $10 for operating a  logging truck with logs in excess of 50 ft. without a permit.  Tadensy Zyla, Halfmoon Bay  was fined $25 for exceeding  the speed limit.  James Drummond, Jr., Gibsons, was fined $5 for illegal  parking. ���  Fred Peterson, Gibsons, was  firied $50 for driving without  due care and attention at the  S-turn near Gibsons. The Pet-'1  erson car knocked down a mail  box on the opposite side of the  road.. The accident was attributed to excessive speed.  Bernard Shut, Vancouver,  was fined $30 for driving without due care and attention  when he drove into the ditch  near the S-turn.  Last week it was stated incorrectly that J. Allen of Hop-  ins was an inexperienced driver when a charge against him  was - reported. This should  have read an experienced driver because Mr. Allen has had  a- driver's license for something  like 25 years. The charge  against him was dismissed.  n  Presented in recital June 26  were 27 pupils of Mrs. Betty  Allen, A.T.C.M., L.R.S.M, at  the charming seaside home of  Mr. and Mrs, H.B. Gordon,  West Sechelt. Several pupils  were unable to attend.  Guest vocalist, and cousin of  Mrs. Allen's, was Miss Beverly  Hamnett, gold medalist, of Toronto. Miss. Hamnett's well--  trained voice and pleasing personality charmed her listeners  and she was called upon for an  encore.  Another highlight were two  pianp solos by Mrs. Allen, "Is-,  land Spell" by John Ireland,  and Chopin's "Premiere Ballade" presented in Mrs. Alien's  flawless style.  Mrs. Allen was presented  with an orchid corsage. Miss  Hamnett and Mrs. Gordon also  received  gifts..  Assisting her mother as co-  hostess was Miss Anne Gordon.  Port Mellon  BY GLADYS  JACOBS  Phone 52  "***s*-"*��*3<S-***B^!:T:323iBBSW7;?��S^^  Ken Watson  ��S^7'232fii^fi��35^-*';*"3s2SIK��3!****:  Your printer is as near as  your telephone  at 45Q.  On the evening of June 26,  a surprise party -was held at  the home of Mrs. J. Rogers,  in honor'of Miss Betty Jane  Wood, whoseT coming marriage  to James Calder takes place at  V or t M e 11 on Community  Church on July 6. Co-hostes&es  were Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. R.  jra arris. ���'. Among the guests  were the bride's parents, Mr.  and Mrs. Chris Wood, and aunt  Mrs. A. Ferguson.    /  Miss Jean Frie visited Mr.  and Mrs. W. Groth for the'  weekend.  ) The 1st Port Mellon Cub  Pack held its last of the season's meeting on June 25. Plans  had beeri made for outdoors  activities, but it rained.. However, the Cubs thoroughly enjoyed indoor games and sang  around one of trie indoor camp-  fires constructed by a Cub.  The Cubs were served with  chips and an orange drink and  were promised out door activities for the holidays.  Mr. and Mrs./Philip Cunningham , aridvfamily T were  weekend guest�� ,of''.'"Mr..- 'and  Mrs. Don Dunham.  Mr. and Mrs; Stan Rowland  and family are vacationing hi  the interior.   ' '  -   ���  Mr. andMrs. Don David land  family spent the weekend at  Cultus Lake.  1 Mr. and. Mrs. Frank West  and family have left Port Mellon and are now residing at  Gower Point.  Weekend visitors to Mr. and  Mrs. Harold Bursey were MrJ\  and Mr^s. Henderson of Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. Bridge of Nanaimo visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stewart at the weekend.  Mrs. Bridge is brother to Mrs.  Stewart. '      .    y . .   .   . .  On June '27, Mr. George C.  Keogh was re-united with his  yife at Vancouver airport.  Mrs. Keogh flew from London  England, via New York and  Montreal. Mr. Keogh, who  preceded his wife to Canada 4  .... months ago, works in Port Mellon but he and Mrs. Keogh  will reside at Gibsons.  Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gill had as  weekend guests, Mrs. Duncan  and Miss Anne Duncan, of  Vancouver, mother and sister  of Mrs. Gill.  On Sunday evening,  Canon  Oswald, with the assistance of  Rev.   D.  Donaldson,  officiated  at the  service in Port Mellon  Community  Church.   As it is  vacation time, servises will not  be resumed Until early September. Mr.  Donaldson read   the  banns for the second time for  Miss  B.J.   Wood  and   Mr. -J.  'Calder, after which the  choir  accompanied by Mrs.,B. Sherman sang the beautiful anthem  "O Perfect Love."  Rain did not deter some hardy members of Port Mellon  Community Church from enjoying a pot luck supper at  Seaside Park on Sunday. Sheltering under trees, both adults  and children kept fairly dry  and had a happy time. The  supper was sponsored. by the  Port Mellon Choir.  ��.C.L.S.      P. Eng��  LAND ^ENGINEERING SURVEYS;  To contact, write PO Box 37, Gibsons or  2409 Nelson Ave., West Vancouver^  : /  Don't Say Bread  ;Say.    "fc^^  NORMAN STEWART        Ri |t 1,tGI#S0NS^  Local Sates Rep. PKoritf Gibsons /.IS??  .-���������, ������:*.!-    .//..'.  Phone Sechelt 75  irs to Outboard &  Boat Engines  ACETYLENE & ELECTRIC WEIRDING  WRECKER SERVICE  VOLKSWAGEN & WILLYS JEEP  SALES & SERVICE  a  1.  I  - fik  I  *  f  J,  1;-  Urnm  Construction  Finishing ��� Cabinet Work, tHe, etc. |  Alterations & 'Repairs  Concrete Work  Mixer for Rent    -  Washed Sand & Gravel  & Cr. Rock Products  Chain Saw Work |  ���Prices & Estimates Freely Given  -?��� Satisfaction Guaranteed   RAN VERNON  RR1    Gibsons ��� 173-Q  m^l<^9^^-i^^^^.<^  Hiuiiiuimimiawii  iiiiiHMnrniii.mw*imuiMiiiiim'"'��|"*w|MI  CHAMP  The  Wonder Dog  ' - ' ''and   '���   ,-���,'���-. Xy :-\ -r  My Master and Friend wiU be in the Village of Sechelt  from 4th of July till July 11th --- WeTWiU leave a ;7FREE�� gj^fe  with every Purchase and Free Photosr of Myself at every home  in the Village for the Kiddies. Tf v  My Firm Features cash ^Pricesoh Credit with no interest  or Carrying Charges withno"pqwnv Payment and terms of a  dollar per week.  y   Mail Order, Division y   ' X  204 Commercial St. ���-'Nari^imo, B.C.  y  laniitwu wwww  Mw*w*n*nuMnw*n*CM**n*miW**9xmMn*ma9*wmwitsw9m9w  rae niMnan  EVERY WEDNESDAY  LEGION HALL   8 P.M. rates  15 words for 55 cents plus  * threecerits a word over 15. This  includes name and address.  Consecutive rates available.  Card of Thanks, Engagements,  In Memoriams and Births - up  to 50 words $1.00 per insertion  3c per-worcfc over 50.  Classified display ��� 77c per  column inch.  Cash with.order. A charge of  10 cents is made for billing.  Classified advertisements accepted up to 5 p.ni. Tuesday.  Legals ���- 17 cents per couist  lihie for first insertion. 13  cents per count line for each  consecutive insertion.  COMING EVENTS  July 6; PTA Dance; Roberts  Greek Community Hall, Benny  :.'.. Stone's orcliesrtra.. .... y  July 9, Tuesday, Annual garden party of the Gowsi: Point  W.A. at the home of Mr. and  Mrs. Harry Chaister^ 2 to 4 p.m.  July 10, Church Hall, Sechelt.  St. - Hilda's Wmx Teau and ��ale  of��� ��� home cooking; etc ���} Wednes- T  ,. day, 2 pjn.;y' XX  'Z DEATH NOTICE  "���; CHASTER ��� Passed away at  Gower Point, B.C., Minnie Sar-  T  ah. Chaster iri her 94trr yearT "  She ieavesTto mburh her loss  T 3 daughters and 2 sons/Mrs. P.  Fisher of Gower Point, Mrs.  John Carson  and Mrs.   l��A.  .  Swallow,   Vancouver,   Joseph  : of Duncan and Harry bf Gower Pointy Funeral from   Gib-  *:��� son Memorial TUuited Church,  Friday July 5th, 11 o'clock service. Graveside service at.  Ocean View, '3 p.m. In lieu of  .  flowers a gift to the B;C. Can-  x cer Fund would be appreciated  :'.lost '., ....' a..;   yxy-.    ~~.  T Budgie, June 19; ih Headlands  area. If located phone Gibsons  y250,       ...   - v,    ���     T    --"^  .  :   HELP WANTED (MALE)  2   married   men   for   Sechelt  to represent national Canada-  Twid��  firm. Must. have  a  car  T and know areaiwell.  Approxv  $5,000 p^.Yknhurni. :TBox 482,  ^CoastYNews.-^TTTY.^'    Xrr'-Xy  WORK WANTED  ���; Spray ��� and brush ^painting;  also paperhanging. J. Melhus.  Phoney Gibsons  33, ihx  ANNOUNCEMENT  DUNLOPS GENERAL STORE  EGMONT. Home Gas, I.E.L.  Agency, Fish bought, Crushed  Ice. Operated by: John Dunlop,  Notary Public. Your Service  Stop for Jervis Inlet.  'For W^TklNS PRODUCTS  phone Gibsons 90Y evenings,  or write Mel Lillejord, Box  203, Gibsons.  TOTEM FLASHES  INDEPENDENCE. DAY ��� today. Why not make it a reality,  * buy a home. Be independent of  landlords.  $750 down and you move right  in. Full price only $5500, balance $55 month. Good location,  fine view^ 2 bedroom, home,  full plumbing, electric lights,  few feet from highway, store  across the street, Beach 3 minutes away.  One only��� ultra vision scenic  view lot, 'on Stew:art St*, Gibsons, water, lights, phone available. An area of exceptionally  nice homes. Full price $975 on  easy terms.  Gower Point, Vz acre* cabin, a  real hide-away. 100 feet'waterfrontage. $2350.  $35QQ on easy terms and you  own 5 acres With small furnished house, year round creek,  dilso a r good spring. It's a miniature park.  Always a better buy at  TOTEM REALTY  Gibsons  JOilN COLERIDGE REALTY  (NOTARY  PUBLIC)  Oldest Realty Office  In Gibsons  Look for the Big Neon Sigh  House and 1 acre; waterfront  to road; adjacent to highway  and village of Madeira Park;  full .plumbing, good well; elec-  ,tric light; 5 rooms;, beautiful  veiw from all windows; partly  furnished;" bargain for cash; no  agents; phone Pender Harbour  396.  TO RENT        .   ���   ���  3 room house in Gibsons. Ph.  82H, Gibsons.  FOR SALE ~~  Piano at pender Harbour,  beautiful condition. Cost $450.  Sell for $250, or closest offer;  Place your order now. Chickens 3 to 4 fb, 12 for $10. Heavy  breed Barred Rocks, 4 lb and  over 25c lb. F. Holland;  Brook Bank Farm. Phone Gibsons 175G. R.R.  1, Gibsons.  Fresh Oysters, ready packed;  Come by car or boat to Oyster  Bay Oyster Co., Pender Harbour. ;.T .   ������..���''������   ��� X-X  Bait Herring Seine, 40 fathom,  2 strips deep, rings, purse hire.  $75.   Phone< Pender  Harbour  446. ;���  1 Fawcett Torrid pil stove in  good condition. Phone Gibsons  121W.  Fuller brush dealer. J. Nelson  Roberts Ck. Ph. Gibsons 178TL  WATCH REPAIRS  Watch and Jewelry Repairs  Marine-V Meffs Wear. Agents  for W. H. "'<3nassie. Fast  reliable service. ;��� tin  Young   laying pullets,   heavy  breed.  Stewing hens,  30c  IB.  Call    Don    Ritchey,     Gibsons  T07W. -     -      .  1 used Enterprise wood & coal  rahge; 1 new pushbutton G.E,  range, 1956 model. Terrific  bargains. Parkers Hardware,  Sechelt 51.  ; For Guaranteed Watch and  Jewelry Repairs, . See Chris's  Jewelers, Sechelt. Work done  on the premises. '       tfn  INSURANCE  SECHELT INSURANCE  .'..���..''������   AGENCIES  Real Estate:  Property   Management  *       Insurance  Office Phone 22 *  T.E. DUFFY, Agent      *���"  Residence i&sX  I. MACKAY, Salesman.  Residence70F  W. (BILL) COFFEY  Insurance Salesman  \  '50 Plymouth $595. '51 Ford,  $675. '41 Buick,$295. Sechelt  Automotive, Phone 27.  For,d 4x4, $595. '52 International ��� $1195.. Good buys. Sechelt Automotive, Phone 27.__  Used electric and gas ranges,  also oil ranges. C&S Sales,  Phone Sechelt 3.  DIRECTORY  Fire, Auto, Liability. Prompt  courteous sferviqe. Totem Realty,; Gibsons.       -Xx[.'        ''.--���  PERSONAL  SKINNY ' ��� MEN,: WOMEN!  GAIN 5, 10, 15 lbs. NpwTpep^  too, Try famous Qstrex Torrjlc  Tablets. for double results; new:  healthy flesh; new vigor. Ostrex also improves poor apper  tite due to lack of iron. "Get-  acquainted" size only 60c: At  all! druggists. .yX -  WANTED  10'Tdinghy to serve as lifeboat  Phone "Sechelt 43.    y'  Second baud boom chains. Ph.  Sechelt 43.- Ty      T  FRANK A. LYONS  Real   Estate Agent  Redrooffs and   Halfmoon Bay  n     *���    Phone Sechelt 95Q  MADEIRA PARK TRUCKING  :X.Z:XX  GO.  ���      Sand and Gravel Fill  Bulldozing ��� Clearing  Prompt Service  Phone P.H. 251  V Alterations, Repair Work,  Rerhbdelling,  Painting  Floor Sanding, Tiles Laid  JOE BENNER  Phone Sechelt 92R  PENTNSULA    CLEANEKS  Cleaners for the Sechelt  Peninsula  Phone:  Gibsons 100 ;  WIRING and APPLIANCE  SALES    .  Electrical Wiring  Alterations and Repairs  F. UTTING, WILSON CREEK  Phone 15T;  Coast News, July 4, 1957.    3  DIRECTORY  (Continued)  Sim Electric Ltd.  (Formerly Parker & Sim)  Electrical Contractors  Phone Sechelt 161  Evenings, 130  GIBSONS BOAT WORKS  Boat Builders & Repairers  Phone Gibsons 11IX  LET US HELP YOU,  PLAN NOW  For your Construction Needs  All types of  BUILDING or ALTERATIONS  and LIGHT GRADING  Smith & Peterson Construction  L*d.  Phone 28; 85 or 90Q, Gibsons -  MARSHALL'S ^PLUMBING ���  HEATING &  SUPPLIES?  Phone Gibsons 134; 104, or 33  Residential & Industrial  Wiring  Electrical Appliances -  ALSO  TV   REPAIRS ,  BOB   LITTLE  Phdn�� Gibsons  162 :-  LAURIE SPECK        '  HEATING & SHEET METAL  ' Gibsons 149  1 ������������"'   .    t  GIBSONS  BUILDING SUPPLIES   '  LTD.  "WE   CARRY   THE   STOCK"  Phone Gibsons  53    T  BECK  &  DAVIS  ELECTRICAL  ���CONTRACTORS  'industrial, Commercial and  Residential Wiring & Repairs  Electrical Heating Installed  Anywhere on the Peninsula .  Repairs to  All Electrical Appliances  Free  Estimates  Gladly Given  Phone Sechelt 23 or 68H  REFRIGERATION  SALES AND SERVICE  Commercial ��� Domestic  .     25 Years' Experience  A. M. CAMPBELL  SECHELT 83Q  C &hd S SALES, SERVICE  Agents For  Propane Gas  Combination Gas Ranges  Sales and   Installations  Free Estimates  Electric and Gas Hot Plate*  FURNITURE  LINOLEUMS  Phone  3 Secheli  Home   and  Industrial  Wiring  Electrical Heating  Radios, Appliances, TV Service  GIBSONS    ELECTRIC  Phone 130  Authorized GE Dealer  DIRECTORY (Continued)  FAIRMILE  BOAT WORKS, LTD.  Custom Pleasure Craft  & Dinghys  Repairs, Hardware, Paints  Beach Ave. West  Roberts Creek       Phone 216Y  TRACTOR WORK  Clearing, Grading, Excavating  Bulldozing. Clearing Teeth  FOR RENT  Arches, Jacks, Pump  A. E. Ritchey  Phone Gibsons 176  ~      PENINSULA    .  ACCOUNTING SERVICE  All Types of Accounting  Problems   Expertly   Attended  Village Enterprises Bldg.  Sechelt  Office Open 9 a.m. ��� 5 p.m.  riaily  Phone Sechelt 37  3rd after Trinity  ANGLICAN:   y  St. B ariholomew's;    Gibsom  11.00  am Choral  Communion  St. HildaV   Secheli  11.00 a.m: Morning Prayer  Si. Aidan's. Roberts Creek  3.15 p.m. Evensong  Port Meiioin  7.30 p.m. Evensong  UNITED  Gibsons  Sunday School; 9:45 a.m.  11 a.m. Divine Service  Roberts Creek, 2 p.m.  Wilson   Greek  11 a.m. Sunday School  3:30 p.ni. Divine Service  ��� ST.. VINCENT'S T.  Holy Family, Sechelfcy 9 a.m  St. Mary's, Gibsons, 10.30 a.m.  Port Mellon,   first Sunday  oi  each month at 11.35 a.m.  PENTECOSTAL  11  am. 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  2 P.M., 1st Thurs., in Month  Mission Circl^    v  Pender Harbour Tabernack  >.   Sunday School. 10 a.m.  12:00 a.m. Morning  Service  7:30 p,m, Wednesday,    Prayer.Meeting/.  CHRISTIAN   SCIENCE  Church service and Sunday  School, 11 a.m.  Roberts Creek United Church  LATTER DAY SAINTS  Sunday School, ip.15 am'  Granthams   Comrnuhity   Hal!  FIX-IT SHOP  Chimney     sweeping,      stoves  cleaned   and   repaired,   stove  ���parts for all models.  ROOFING AND GLAZING  Electric, oil and gas appliances  and washing.machines repaired  PHONE GIBSONS 177K  Free pick-up and delivery  Notions ��� Cards r��� Toys  Miscellaneous Gifts  THRIFTEE   STORES  Left of Post Office  Gibsons; B.C.  Headquarters for Wool  TELEVISION  ���   SALES AND SERVICE  Dependable Service  RICHTER'S RADIO ��� T-V  Fine Home. Furnishings  Major Appliances  Phone 6 Sechelt  NOTARY  PUBLIC"  Legal Documents proraptly  attended  to  .-  W.J. (Jack)- Mayne  Phone, 24 Seehelt  B.C.  . G. Serlui ,  Public Accountant  SYSTEMS  MONTHLY ACCOUNTING  FINANCIAL STATEMENTS  INCOME TAX REPORTS  Phone Gibsons 251.  HILL'S   M.ACHTNtt X SHOP  Cold Weld Process  Engine Block Repairs  Arc, Acy. Welding  Precision Machinists  Phone 54 Residence 152.  ���"���'��.      ���'      Painting,  Exterior, Interior,  Paper hanging, spray painting,  Estimates  H. GAINES  Sechelt 62F  LEGAL  NOTICE OF INTENT CON  TO APPLY TO  PURCHASE LAND      )  In Land Keeording District  of New Westminster, B.C. and  situate at. North Lake on Egmont Road.  TAKE NOTICE that Paul E.  Larka of Granthams Landing,  B.C. occupation Marine Mechanic, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:���r  Commencing at a post planted 35 chains East from the  creek thence 5 chains due  North, thence 10 chains due  East, thence 5 chains due  South "(more or. less) back to  lake shore, thence along the  lake to point of commencement. i*)d3g ���  The purpose for which the  land is required is camp site.  . :Paul Emil Larka.  . Dated June 8, 1957.  NOTICE! OF INTENTION  TO APPLY TO  LEASE LAND  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate Seohelt Inlet, being foreshore of  Block 15 and 17 Lot 1438  Group One, N.W. District Plan  7472.  TAKE NOTICE that James  Andrew Plumridge of Sechelt;  British Columbia, occupation  Jims Boat Rentals intends to  apply for a lease of the following described lands:��� Foreshore Lease of Block 1.5 and 17  Commencing at a post planted N E. Corner of Amended  Lot 15 thence SoO feet to N.W.  Corner; thence 150 feet to S.E.  Corner thence 350 feet to S.E.  Corner of amended Lot 17;  thence 150 feet to plaqe of commencement and containing one  and one* half acres, more or  less, for the purpose of Floats  for small boats.  James Andrew Plumridge  Dated June 22nd 1957:  BY JUDITH FLETCHER  Grant Main of Nanaimo,  who has been relieving on the  motor vessel Per'cepa, has left  for his home and later for  Toronto to attend his brother's  wedding.  Mr. and Mrs. Sid Andrews  of Madeira Park have left for  the Queen Charlotte Islands  where they will spend the  summer fishing.  Dr.   Charles Battle of Van-"  couver was a recent visitor to  Garden Bay.  Miss Eleanor Remmem who  . . ^ _  Third redding  given bylaw  At a meeting of the Sechelt  Village Commissioners June 19  the Airport Development and  Operation Bylaw passed for  third reading.  In response to a letter from  the Inspector of Municipalities  bylaws no. 20 and 21 were re-  turhed for redraft.  These two bylaws pertaining  to shops regulations are to be  rewritten.  Accounts payable totalling  $105.20 were approved.  At a special meeting June  21, Bylaw no. 24, relating to  shops regulation passed for  third reading.  The commissioners will reconvene at a special meeting  June 24 for reconsideration  and final reading of bylaws.  has been attending school in  Ladner has returned home to  Garden Bay where she wiU  spendv-the summer.  Mrs. Isabelle Milvain of Garden Bay spent the early part  of the week visiting her daughter Mrs. Gordon Lyons of  North Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. Herb Kaatz are  spending a week's holiday witii  Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Davis of  Garden Bay.  Capt. and Mrs. Robert Jer-  maine have as their house  guest Mrs. E.R. Ellistpn of  Somersetshire, England. Mrs.  Elliston expects to spend the  summer here with her sister.  Mrs. Arnold Egner of Gunboat Bay left Vancouver foy  plane for Ottawa on a visit.  Mrs. Isabelie Hartley of  North Vancouver is spending  a few. days in Garden Bay.  Miss Geraldine Cathcart of  Vancouver spent the.weekend  visiting friends at Garden Bay  Mr. and Mrs. D. Leavens of  Garden Bay spent the weekend  in Vancouver.  Capt. and Mrs. Christmas of  Billings Bay are spending the  week in Pender - Harbour  aboard their yacht.  Mr. Paul Harding of Blind  Bay was a recent visitor to the  Harbour.  Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cochrane and family of Texada Island. are spending a few days  in the Harbour' visiting relatives.  SPECIAL   SERVICE  Thg Gibsbn's Pentecostal Tabernacle will be host to the Bill  Sharp family Sunday, July 7 at  7:30 p.m. Bill Sharp sr. will bo  preaching, Bill Sharp jr. will play  on his violin. An up and coming'  violinist, Bill has recently been  soloist on Stars of Tomorrow.  The public is invited to come and  hear thesb consecrated Christians.  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO  APPLY TO PURCHASE  ���   LAND   '  In. Land Recording District  of     Vancouver,     B.C.       and  situate .partTof Lot.1JS38, Gr.oup...,,.  One N.W. Dis. Halfmoon Bay  Creek  TAKE NOTICE that Russell  Brooks Jnr. of Halfmoon Bay,  B.C., occupation Logger intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described -lands:-���  Commencing at a post planted South West corner of Lot  1638 thence 20 chains West to  S.E. corner; thence six chains  South; thence 20 chains West;  thence six chains North to  place of commencement and  containing 12 acres, more or  less.  The purpose for which the  land is required is farming  purposes.  Russell Hawes -Brooks Jnr.  Dated May 31, 1957.  You like /f..  it likes you  NOTICE  Parker & Sim Electric Ltd.  of Sechelt. B.C.  announce that as of June 28, 1957 they will be known as  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Phone 161  WITH * * a  BLACK BALI  fASTEST ACROSS THE STRAIT  VAHC0UVER-NANA1M0  FERRIES LEAVE EVERY TWO HOURS ON THE  EVEN HOUR, 6 A. M.-MIDNIGHT,  FROM BOTH HORSESHOE BAY AND NANAIMO  IV. at 6am, 8,10,12 noon, 2 pm,4,6,8,10,12 mid.  (Daylight Saving Time) A  Reservations NOT Needed  Passenger*���Automobiles���Trucks  Follow The Slack Ball Flag!  BLACK BALL  .  THIS FRI.  and SAT.  GIBSONS THEATRE 4    Coast News, July  4,  1957.  PERCY THE PUNK  A real smart kid ���- his first  words were "Go and pick up  that new Scott-Atwater at  PENINSULA    LOGGING  SUPPLY  Sechelt 11  Sechelt News  BY MRS. A.A.  FRENCH  West End Social club held  its annual picnic in the lovely  setting of the Secret Cove  home -of Mr. and Mrs. F.W.  Stone. Thirty members and  friends attended. The. weather  was lovely and the food excellent. Some members enjoyed  boat trips around the Cove and  ^ggg   g-Rg   ESSS  wsymi  E^SI  Robert D. Wright, N.D.  NATUROPATHIC      PHYSICIAN  Graduate of  California    Chiropractic   C*"^?.  L.A. Naturopathic School  Dominion Herbal College  Dr. H.A. Anderson's former  office  Commencing July 3rd.  Phone Gibsons 172-W anytime  (Garden of Eatin)  CALYPSO  Breakfast  CAFE & DINING  Luncheon ��� Dinners ���  Fish & Chips  We Specialize in: |BANQUETS   ���   CATERING  Spaghetti & Chicken I    Open every day &  or Meatballs |        nste to 1 a-m.-  ROOMS FOR RENT  !(/*���.*������*. ���A.x<v.,^��*.,rt^^vNv.*******V"*''��'���''-������ w*  C-I-L PAINTS have long  ptoved that they can  TAKE IT. They have  the, enduring beauty, the  tough resistance to weat  and weather which  means true paint economy. Cover better, look  better, last longer,than  cheaper paints. Choose  from a tempting array  of colors.  Gibsons Building Supply Ltd  The New "Copper Gold''  Featured at LLOYD'S  12.6 Cu. Ft. Refrigerator $379.  A striking combination of pure white outside and rich copper  tone inside; Automatic push-button  defrbster, 53 lb.   freezer  ��� PLUS 17 lbs. in. adjustable chill tray. Deep "spaeie bonus"  door with built-in egg racks. Twin crispers.  $50. Down ��� $15. a month ��� enjoy it while you pay ~ full  price $37y.  \nd ��� another feature ��� NEW Two-Toned  STREAMLINER   WASHERS  i  Lovely new colors. New time-anu-  work saving features like���the Automatic Safety Stop on the rollers, ths  faster action which does a whole tub-  ful of' clothes in 5 minui';esi Automatic Timer (which lets you dial  washing times for different ma-  teriala) ��� and pump. And NOW we allow you $40. on yo.ur old machine  (any condition) which gives you a  beautiful new Dominion Streamliner  for only  $189,00  LLOYD'S EASY TERMS  S25. Down ��� $15. a Month  (Without Automatic Tinier $179)  YOU'JJL     DO     BETTER     AT  others sailed over to Buccaneer Bay, ending, the day with  a sing song.  Mr. and Mrs. Joe Benner  were recent visitors to Powell  River.  Bill Thompson who was one  time employed at Universal  Timber here has been a recent  visitor to Sechelt.  Mrs. Edyth Woods visited  many old friends here, coming from Powell River, visiting son Kenneth.  Mr. and Mrs. Dick Clayton  and son have returned from  a trip back east. A few days  were spent in Winnipeg.  Mr. Walter Uttley is on the  sick list.  The Canadian Legion flower  show was not a success this  year as there were few entries  and few people came to the  hall. Winners were: Delphiniums, Mrs. J. Eldred; special  presentation basket, Mrs. Eldred; driftwood and wild; "flowers, Mrs. Hazel Liste; pot  plants, Mrs. S. Dawe, Mrs. C.  Evans; African violets,; Mrs. S.  Dawe. Mrs. C. Evans; roses,  Mrs. E. Best; Canterbury Tbells,  Mrs. E. Best; perennials, Mrs.  Lr Smith, Mrs. J. Dilworth. The  judges were Mr. W. Youngson  and Mrs. B.L. Cope. General  convenor was Mrs. Dorothy  Browning.  Visiting Mrs, HE. Redman  were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gentle  of East Whittering of Sussex,  England^ who came froni England to tour the States, then up  to the Sunshine Coast to Sechelt. They took Mrs. Redman  on a tour of Vancouver Islan<j  and returning to Sechelt, left  for a trip to Niagara Falls and  other places of interest, then  back to England.       y  Visiting Mrs. Redman this  weekend were Mr. Syd Redman and Mr. Blake  Cripwell.  St.   Hilda's  Sunday   School-  annual picnic Vas held at the  beach ^property of Mr. and  Mrs. Harry yLucken. Over 80  pupils attended with parents.  Mr. B. Rogers, -who iis assisting  the minister for the summer  months gave perfect attendance  cards to Joan*, and Lorraine  Higginson and cards to some  of the other pupils who had a  fairly good record; A tug of  war between the teams ..of fathers caused a lot of cheering.  Roberts Creek  BY MRS. M. NEWMAN  At the Lau cottages last  week were Mrs.- Paddy Sherman, Mrs. Ted Rayner and  their children and Isabelle and  Jo Duncan. ' ��� ���   ��� '���  Tw0 dates to remember are  July 9 at 8 when the regular  meeting of the Roberts Creek ���  Improvement Association will  be held in the Legion Hall,  and Fri., August 9 when the  annual tea and sale of work  by member�� of'.the United  Church W.A. will be held in  the Church grounds at 2 p.m.  Stratford Kindergarten resounded to the noise of little  feet and healthy lungs once  again recently ' when grades  one and two of Gibsons School  accompanied by their teachers,  Mrs. H. Galliford and Miss S.  Linton, held their closing celebration there. .  The original plan had been  to -picnic at Elphinstone Park  but the weather intervened.  Game��, stories and a picnic  lunch at the Kindergarten served as well, and the children  enjoyed their outing.  The June OES mystery trip-  occurred on Monday and fell  upon a perfect day for a drive,'.  The group of 17 wound up at  the home of Mrs.- B. Shaw,  whose birthday it was. The  hostess was presented with a  cake and a gift.  What goes up has to come  down Mrs*. Rose Bernard found  recently. She climbed upon a  step ladder and attacked the  kitchen ceiling with soap and  water. The ladder slipped and  she made a lunge at the fridge,  but her   soapy hands skidded  For Guaranteed  Watch and Jewelry  Reijairs  CHRIS'S JEWELERS  Work , done   on   the   Premisei  WE BUY OLD GOLD  Phone 96 Sechelt  BY PAT WELSH  Halfmoon Bay School sports  were held June 24 in the  school grounds, sponsored by  the PTA. Parents cheered the  children on and dads organised  the. games and novelty races.  The Junior Red Cross sale of  beads, book markers, dolls'  clothes' and leather folders  made by the pupils realised  iiiiu; ��iot do^s, ice cream and  pop were available. Mrs. C.  Surtees, school-mistress, /bade  her pupils farewell until  school re-opens in the fall,.  Mr. and Mrs. Tag Nygard,  Judy and Jimmy have left for  therr summer home at Buccaneer Bay.  Brian Kilcullen and Gordon  O'Neil of Vancouver were  weekend guests of? the Frank  Lyons. They came in each day  with record catches of fish and  left for home with enough to  supply friends  and neighbors.,  Other successful fishermen'  were Nelson Darling and H.  Hunt Sr. Bud Stevens cruised  up with his guest Dr. George.  Athans of Kelowna to spend  the weekend with the H. Hunts  Jr.; Dr. Athans was the men's  diving champion at the Olympic Games held in New Zealand a few years ago. Mrs.  Lynda Adams Hunt was women's champion the same year.  Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Lang, Graham, Mary Ellen and Peter, of  Vancouver are occupying the  cottage of Dr. and Mrs. K. Argue for July.  Mr. and Mrs. Chris Taylor  and sonst, of Comox have arrived to spend the summer at  their cottage. ���     '   4.  Among ��� those at their summer homes are Mr. and Mrs.  H. Pearson and family, Mrs.  W. Dix and family, the Bruce  Robinsons and family, J. Cunr  liffe and Donald and guests,  Mr. and Mrs. Dave Dixon and  children of California, the  Adam Dixons, Dr. and Mrs.  Paine and family, the Johnny  Simpsons and family, the Chris  Daltons, John and Jeremy, Mr.  and Mrs. Chris Taylor and fam  ily from Comox, Mr. and Mrs.  Ladner ahd family^ 'Mr. arid  Mrs. Nelson Darling and Patti  and guests, the Tommy Campbells and children, Mr. and  Mrs. Harold Merilees and family, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Dill and  family.     ���  ..Mrs. B. Bath and children  of Victoria have arrived to  spend a month with Mrs. Bath's  mother, Mrs. E. Klusendorf,  Welcome Beach.  and down she went. Some  busy gremlins had conveniently placed a chair, complete  with cushion, in the exact spot  to receive Mrs.. Bernard, ; so  she fell sitting comfortably  and unhurt.  The three young Caugant  sisters, Kathie, Jacqueline and  Michele, flew from Normandy  to Vancouver arriving Wednesday night. Thursday. found  them at the home of Mrs.- Ruth  Mitchell where they tWill  spend the summer, and, also  learn the English language, of  which at the moment, they  know nothing. These vivacious  little  French   girls   will  also  teach French to the several  Canadian girls ,who will also  be guests at Mrs Mitchell's  VISITOR AS GUEST.  Miss Margaret Mackie from  Essondale was guest at the-home  of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Earles of  Gibsons. '���������������    '  IOOF Sunshine Coast  Lodge No. - 76 Meets ��� Gibsons  School Hall, 2nd. and 4th  Wednesday each month.  "BSssW&sSSi  -- ii - Via- --���----���- -*.: ?~.���rrM*r*****---^-:ffiJ*i^'*^^  at  "SSS^i^S^!  s Shoe Store  For the best styles and prices  in shoes for the family.  SPECIAL LOW-PRICE TABLE  MAIL ORDERS ��� Phone Sechelt 25-G  s^T=?s^tf8es*l"*-s!!5^_., . ,-  NOTICE  '  '.      ��� '���  ���'     ���������'�������������������� :y y.: '".-.'      X"    ���'���.;���.-.���*���.  Fairway Service Station under new  Management as of July 2nd, 1957.  Mr. E. Cartwright has taken oyer the station which will be  koown as    ���"' .-���������-���:*>:  .  MIKES FAIRWAY SERVICE  and he is always ready to give clean ceujrtedusTl^ervice.  Mr. Ed. Feidler takes this opportimity to th^nk his many  friends for their loyal^ support, arid hopes they:'will' continue  to,deal with ���<���'..'���'  Mike's Fairway Service  Phone Gibsons 113  Giant Bingo  THUH$D/iy, JULY 4 ~- Gibsons School Hall ��� 8 p.m. Sharp  BIG GASH  in B. C.  in B. C.  ever  in CANADA  ere  Lager Beer  the best brews in the tvorld  come from Carting's/..  THE ��JUFt&IMCS* BREWERIES (B.C.) LIMITED  (formerly Vancouver Brewsries Ltd.)  PILSENER LAGER BEER  OLD COUNTRY ALE  UBC BOHEMIAN LAGER BEER -  ��JX CREA(4 STOUT  this advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or the Government of British Columbia  .��*.

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