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Squamish Advance: Thursday, November 14, 1957

MRS. EVA GEDGE HEADS XMAS T.B. SEAL CAMPAIGN

SCOOPING AROUND HIGH SCHOOL

[PHOTO]
CROUCHED

PEMBERTON BOARD OF TRADE HOLDS SUCCESSFUL ANNUAL BANQUET

PEMBERTON NEWS

MINISTER OF EDUCATION OPENS NEW SCHOOL AND TEACHERAGE

[PHOTO]
PHYLLIS MARSHALL

APPLY FOR SOCIAL WELFARE HERE OR VANCOUVER

BY ARCHIE SMITH, TRUSTEE, MOUNT SHEER

BY GEORGE HURLEY, TRUSTEE, BRITANNIA BEACH

OORP DOLL SALE SUCCESSFUL EVENT

CBC TO BROADCAST SHORT STORY BY DOUG FAIRBURN, SQUAMISH STUDENT

LAURIE SULLIVAN, 10 CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY

PIANO TAUGHT BY VANCOUVER TEACHER

SQUAMISH WEATHER
REPORTED BY HAROLD BAILEY

BY T. G. CUTTER, INSPECTOR OF SCHOOLS

BY CARL WALTON, TRUSTEE, WOODFIBRE

CWL HOLD TEA

NAME THE STREETS, PLEASE...

ALIVE WITH PEOPLE OR DEAD POTENTIAL, GARIBALDI ROAD TO MAKE DIFFERENCE

NEW ADMINISTRATOR FOR HOSPITAL

BIRTHS

THREE GIRLS BAPTIZED IN PEMBERTON CHURCH

"THE PUBLIC HEALTH IS THE FOUNDATION ON WHICH RESTS THE WELFARE OF THE NATION"

ALIVE WITH PEOPLE OF DEAD POTENTIAL, GARIBALDI ROAD TO MAKE DIFFERENCE

DATES TO REMEMBER

FLU EPIDEMIC HITS PEMBERTON VALLEY

CLASSIFIED ADS

PERONAL

BUSINESS SERVICES

FOR RENT

LOST

FOR SALE

WANTED TO RENT

ON BEING PARDONED

CHURCH NOTICES

CORRECTION

PEMBERTON CENTENNIAL COMMITTEE TO PRESENT PLAY

[PHOTO]
WISTFUL

BRITANNIA BEACH

GRADE 1 TEAS HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL

B.C. ELECTRIC STOPS ROAD BUILDING

NORTH YARD NEWS

PERSONALS

Squamish Times

Squamish Times - Thursday, September 12, 1957

NIGHT SCHOOL COURSES VARIED

[PHOTO]
GRANDEUR OF THE SCENERY

CENTENNIAL GOAL -- PUBLIC LIBRARY
BY TONY MARTIN

135 CHILDREN TREATED AT P-TA DENTAL CLINIC

BIRTHS

PEMBERTON NEWS

SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES LARGER

PERSONALS

SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS

NORTH YARD NEWS

TO ATTEND UNIVERSITY

POLICE COURT

SANDRA GREER TO WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 19

A GOVERNOR'S ADVICE

FOR THE PEOPLE

[CARTOON]
"...SO YOU SIMPLY POINTED OUT TO MOTHER, IF A PERSON STARTED RIGHT NOW THEY'D PROBABLY GET OUT OF THE CITY EASILY..."

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

YOUR FAMILY'S HEALTH
CRUSHED BUGS AND SPIDER WEBS EARLY FIRST AID REMEDY

ON LIGHTER SIDE

HINTS TO LAND OWNERS

[CARTOON]

[PHOTO]
POACHED SALMON STEAKS

NO PINKS, SOCKEYE OR CHUM ALLOWED

CENTURY SAM SAYS

[PHOTO]

CLUBS AND TEAR GAS USED IN QUEBEC COPPER STRIKE
[PHOTO]

GUIDE CENTENARY WORLD CAMP HELD AT DOE LAKE, ONTARIO
BY DARLENE FINLAYSON

B.C. AND ONTARIO SHARE PAPER HONORS

[PHOTO]
CECIL DAY

CHIROPRACTORS GIVE FREE CHECK-UPS

OBSERVERS NEEDED FOR SQUAMISH

PERSONALS

CLASSIFIED ADS

PERSONAL

HELP WANTED

SITUATION WANTED

FOR SALE

HOUSES FOR SALE

MCNEIL - DREW WEDDING

DOUBLE RING WEDDING AT PEMBERTON

PEMBERTON CHRISTENING

ELSIE ANDERSON WINS TWO SCHOLARSHIPS

AROUND THE GARDEN
BY E.L.S.
PEACE AND QUIET

CHEAKAMUS POWER STATION OPENS NEXT MONTH -- A DRAMATIC EFFORT

REMEMBER WHEM...
BY FREDA MUNRO OF SQUAMISH

LEGAL NOTICE

[PHOTO]
PLEBISCITES

Squamish Times

Squamish Times: Friday, May 24, 1957

PATRICIA MCCREADY CROWNED MAY QUEEN

HAROLD BAILEY HEADS HOSPITAL COMMITTEE

[MAP]

TOM AND BROWN ON HEARING COMMITTEE FOR STORE HOURS

POLICE COURT

P-TA SPONSORS DENTAL CLINIC

SQUAMITH TO INCORPORATE ADDITIONAL 1,000 ACRES

U.S.A. EVANGELIST TO PREACH HERE

200 OUT-OF-TOWN GUESTS HONOR SQUAMISH'S FIRST SERVICE CLUB

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR MRS. EMILY MCKINNON

WHEN SECONDS COUNT

CAMPAIGN LITTER BUGS

CONFUSING ENGLISH

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

TEN TOPICS
BY SANDRA GREER

SMOKEY
JOIN SMOKEY'S CAMPAIGN - PREVENT FOREST FIRES
[CARTOON]

PUBLIC SERVICES

(CROSSWORD PUZZLE ANSWER FOR LAST WEEK)
[CROSSWORD]

CROSSWORD
BY A. C. GORDON
[CROSSWORD]

SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK
BY R. J. SCOTT
[CARTOON]

[PHOTO]
EMPRESS OF ENGLAND

$5,000 ESSAY CONTEST BIDS TO AID EDITORS

BRACKENDALE BRIEFS

AN 1858 CHRONOLOGY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

ROAD, NOT POLES, IN WRONG PLACE
[PHOTO]

QUEEN WEARS GRANDMOTHER'S JEWELS
[PHOTO]

PEMBERTON NEWS
BY MRS. WATSON

OUR TOWN
BY JACK SCOTT
THE SKY GIRLS

SURVEY ENGINEERS OPEN OFFICE

POWER COMM. HIRES RANMAKER GROUP

CLASSIFIED ADS

FOR SALE MISC.

HELP WANTED

CARPENTRY

PERSONAL

Squamish Times

Squamish Times: June 26, 1957

[PHOTO]

4-DAY CELEBRATION TO MARK SQUAMISH VALLEY CENTENNIAL

MT SHEER PUPILS PICNIC IN CITY

MRS E. HARLEY HEADS CHURCH WA

BABY SHOWER FOR MRS DEL MASON

[PHOTO]
Mrs. June Eaton

COAST-CAPILANO

POLICE COURT

$10 MILLION CHEMICAL PLANT MAY BE BUILT IN SQUAMISH

HEMORRHAGE CAUSE OF WOMAN'S DEATH

VILLAGE COMMISSIONERS GIVE THREE READINGS TO NEW STORE HOURS

NORTH YARD NEWS

[PHOTO]
Chairman of the Squamish Centennial Commission, Ray Street,

LOCAL NURSES HOLD BANQUET AT LODGE

[PHOTO]

PIONEERS ASKED TO REGISTER

SQUAMISH ATHLETE STARS IN BROAD JUMP

NEW OFFICE FOR 'TIMES'

COAST-CAPILANO ELECTION RESULTS

ANOTHER LONG LITTERED WEEKEND

THE SHUT-INS HAVE A DAY

BEASTLY NEWS

SAFETY DRIVING ON BICYCLES

[CARTOON]
"WONDER WHY THEY CALL HIM HOMO SAPIENS?"

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

POLLING DAY AT BRACKENDALE
BY ERIC AXEN

CONTEMPORARY OPINION
BUSINESS LICENSING

ON THE LIGHTER SIDE

ON THE LIGHTER SIDE

ULTIMATE END

DEATH - A PATHWAY HOME!

CROSSWORD
BY A. C. GORDON
[CROSSWORD PUZZLE]

REWARD FOR A HEROIC RESCUE
[PHOTO]

PEMBERTON NEWS

CHORAL GROUP SING AT WIENER ROAST

SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK
BY R. J. SCOTT
[CARTOON]

[PHOTO]
Tony Seale, West Vancouver youth

[CARTOON]

HAPPY WEST VANCOUVER

CHURCH NOTICES

[CARTOON]

[PHOTO]
JOYCE HAHN

DESTRUCTION OF HOME AVERTED BY SQUAMISH FIRE DEPARTMENT

THREE MONTHS FOR SUPPLYING LIQUOR

SOCIAL NOTES

OUT ON A LIMB
BY STUMPY MCCULLOCH

SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK
BY R. J. SCOTT
[CARTOON]

SOMEBODY NEEDS YOU

BIRTHS

PARKHURST GIRL MARRIES PGE

[PHOTO]
CBC TV'S "Country Hoe-down"

PRACTICAL LESSON IN CITIZENSHIP
BY ERIC AXEN

SIX INJURED IN TRAFFIC MIXHAP

[PHOTO]
CHOCOLATE FILLED RING

TEEN TOPICS
BY SANDRA GREER

SUNDAY SCHOOL AWARDS MADE

LEAVES FOR ENGLAND ON 8TH CROSSING

AN ASCENDED WAY OF LIFE
BY ANDREW LUM

LOCAL WOMAN WINS ART SCHOLARSHIP

HAVE SIX MONKEYS IN APARTMENT
[PHOTO]

TEACHERS LIKE WORKING IN SCHOOL DISTRICT

BOARD TO RENT TEACHERAGES HERE

[PHOTO]
Rollicking Billy O'Conner

BUSY WEEK AHEAD FOR DIAMOND HEAD

OUR TOWN
BY JACK SCOTT
COMING, GOING

[PHOTO]
MISS NATASHA LECKOEFF

BINGO GAMES BRING THE CROWDS AND MONEY FOR BUYING AMBULANCE

CLASSIFIED ADS

PERSONAL

WANTED TO RENT

FOR SALE

LOST

CORPORATION OF THE VILLAGE OF SQUAMISH

Squamish Times

Squamish Times: May 29, 1958

[PHOTO]
TO MAKE THE ANNUAL

MOTHER POURS AT FAREWELL PARTY

24 LOCAL PUPILS TAKE PART
COMBINED DANCE, PIANO RECITAL PLANNED FOR SATURDAY, JUNE 7

RECORDS ARE MADE TO BE BROKEN
12 RECORDS SMASHED AT LOCAL TRACK MEET

ANNOUNCEMENT

2 DROWN IN 2 YEARS; ASK RIVER DIVERSION
INDIANS WANT RIVER BACK IN OLD COURSE

MORE ENTRIES FOR CENTENNIAL QUEEN
[PHOTO]
CAROL REYNOLDS

[PHOTO]
FRANCES MCKINNON

[PHOTO]
DIANE MCPHERSON

LOCAL ATHLETES MAKE PINE SHOW
SQUAMISH TRACK AND FIELD STARS BREAK RECORDS IN WEST VAN MEET

MAY DAY CROWD ENTHUSED
HISTORICAL CARAVAN SHOWS PAST AND GLIMPSE OF FUTURE

ANOUNCEMENT

FLOOD WARNING FOR PICNICKERS...

THE ART OF MAKING FRIENDS...

MIND OVER ECONOMY...

[DRAWING]
ALEXANDER MACKENZIE 'FROM CANADA BY LAND' -(1793)

[CARTOON]
"YOU REALIZE OF COURSE THAT MR. GAGLARDI BUILDS BRIDGES AT THE DROP OF A HAT..."

WEEKLY BROWSINGS
BY JIM BAUGH
FERNIE RATEPAYERS GET A BREAK

MRS. MUNRO AWARDED PTA LIFE MEMBERSHIP

JIM MCCALL WINNER OF BARREL SWEEP

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

GIRL GUIDES WIN CHALLENGE TROPHY

NORTH YARD NEWS

GEORGE BEHRNER GUEST SPEAKER ON MAY DAY

SOCIAL NOTES

SOCIAL NOTES

MAY POLE DANCERS COLOR CELEBRATIONS

OUR TOWN
BY JACK SCOTT
A MAN'S DUTY

MAY DAY BIGGER, BETTER THAN EVER
MAY QUEEN, LINDA MITCHELL, CROWNED WITH COLORFUL PAGEANTRY

BIRTHS

BANQUET GIVEN FOR BEST ATTENDANCE

CLASSIFIED ADS

Squamish Times

Squamish Times: Monday, May 6, 1957

[PHOTO]
HEADING the first service club in Squamish and the newest Lions Club in North America is popular resident Pat Flack. Honoring the occasion with a special trainload of more than 350 members of Lions Clubs from all parts of B.C. and Washington who arrived 6 p.m. Saturday and left later that night. Presentation of charter was by Lanche Crowe, district governor, and guest speaker was Ray C. Freeman, international Lion counsellor. George Wong presented gifts and founder of the club, Wilf Munton, International Counsellor, was a master of ceremonies. A delicious dinner was enjoyed in the Squamish High School with the Canadian Legion Women's Auxiliary catering.
-C. F. Butcher photo

HAROLD BAILEY RECEIVES GOOD CITIZENSHIP AWARD

BEDDING PLANTS NEEDED

MOTHER'S DAY TEA BAZAAR MAY 11

SQUAMISH TAXES UP 3.5 MILLS TO MEET EDUCATION COSTS

BOARD HONORS FRANK SCOTT

TAX RATE 17 MILLS FOR SQUAMISH

[PHOTO]
EVELYN FINGARSON, 48

[PHOTO]
PRIME MINISTER

MUNICIPAL REPS. TO CONVENTION

[PHOTO]
WM. H. PAYNE

THE HOWE SOUND TIMES
PUBLISHED BY CLAUDE S. Q. HOODSPITH - JOHN A. D. WUTTUNEE
P. O. BOX 107, SQUAMISH, B.C.
EVERY MONDAY AT SQUAMISH, B.C.

THE UNPROTECTED SQUAMISH HIGHWAY

FORGET THE POLITICS

THE OLD HOME TOWN
BY STANLEY
[CARTOON]

OUT TOWN
BY JACK SCOTT
HOLD THAT DREAM

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

$900 DAMAGE TO CAR, TRUCK

[CROSSWORD PUZZLE]

TOWN FACES SERIOUS FIRE THREAT WITH POORLY TRAINED VOLUNTEERS

MRS. FOUGBERG NAMED CHAIRMAN OF SCHOOL BOARD

5-YEAR SCHOOL EXPANSION PLAN FOR $1.700,000

SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK
BY R. J. SCOTT
[CARTOON]

WALTER A. JACKLIN & CO.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS

BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 48 (HOWE SOUND)

GIRL GUIDE CAMP WANTED

BRITANNIA GUIDES TO MEET COMMISS.

CORRECTION

[PHOTO]
YOUTHFUL sportscaster Doug Maxwell,

HOSPITAL BUSY AS POPULATION GROWS

(CROSSWORD PUZZLE ANSWER FOR LAST WEEK)
[CROSSWORD PUZZLE]

FOUR NEW TEACHERS TO MEET EXPANSION

DANISH CUSTARD

[PHOTO]
HONEYMOON ON VANCOUVER IS FOLLOWS PRETTY MUNROE - HALVERSON WEDDING

CHRISTENINGS

NAME NEEDED FOR VALLEY

CHURCH NOTICES

BIRTHS

TEN TOPICS

INSURANCE RATE REDUCED $1.00

ANNOUNCEMENT

[PHOTO]

$114,500 SCHOOL PROPOSED FOR LIONS BAY

FERTILIZERS FOR POTATO PRODUCTION

BOXING CLASSES EVERY THURSDAY

UNTOUCHED ISLE

[PHOTO]
JOHN C. COLUMBO, ARCHITECT
HOUSE NO. 1-118
MODERN SPLIT LEVEL
[DRAWINGS]

CLASSIFIED ADS

FOR SALE

HELP WANTED

CARPENTRY

WANTED TO RENT

PERSONAL

FASHIONS

[PHOTO]
Cliff McKay and Lorraine McAllister play host to one of their many fans Ronny Winn. Cliff and Lorraine can be seen everyweek on CBC-TV's "Holiday Ranch."

BY JACK SCOTT

TELLERS OF TALES

[PHOTO]
PADDLES TO BE STILLED

FIREMEN HAVE CONTROL OVER TRAFFIC

[PHOTO]
PHYLLIS MARSHALL

Squamish Times

Squamish Times: Thursday August 22, 1957

FIRE PROTECTION CONTINUES FOR INDIAN RESERVE

[PHOTO]
MR. AND MRS. TOM SEWELL

RADIO, T.V., PRESS JOIN A.A.A. IN COVERAGE OF GARIBALDI PARK

SPECIAL POSTAL SERVICE AT PNE

LAST CALL FOR ENTRIES IN SQUAMISH FALL FAIR

OLD SQUAMISH RESIDENT DIES

SQUAMISH PROTESTANTS WITNESS INSTALLATION OF REVEREND H. CLUGSTON

TWO GARBAGE COLLECTIONS MONTHLY

GARBAGE PICK-UP FOR NEW AREA

TEACHING STAFF NOW COMPLETE

[PHOTO]

SLOW SIGN TO PROTECT KIDDIES

DELIVERIES MAY HOLD UP T.V. INSTALLATIONS

USE YOUR HEAD

COMMUNITY SPIRIT

DON'T TEMPER WITH FUSE BOXES

[CARTOON]
"REMEMBER THE DAYS WHEN WE USED TO LAUGH AT THE OLD MYTH ABOUT ALL VANCOUVERITES HAVING WEB FEET...?"

MEXICO CITY THE DAY AFTER THE EARTHQUAKE
BY ERIC AXEN

BRITANNIA BEACH

ASSESSOR MAKES $15,394 ERROR

PERSONALS

BLIND COUPLE ARE HONOR GRADUATES
[PHOTO]

BIRTHDAY PARTY

MR. AXEN GOOD REPORTER

HOLIDAY FOR SUN CARRIER

NORTH YARD NEWS

MORE SWIMMERS WANTED

WORLD GUIDES HONOR MEMORY OF BADEN-POWELL; LINDA ARRIVES IN PARIS - FRANCS FLOW LIKE WATER

LEGAL
LAND ACT
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY TO PURCHASE LAND

CLASSIFIED ADS

WANTED TO RENT

ROOM AND BOARD

PERSONAL

FOR SALE

LOST

HELP WANTED

Squamish Times

Squamish Times: Thursday, April 10, 1958

[PHOTO]
EVEN "HOWIE"

TEACHERS PREPARE BRIEF FOR COMMISSION
PTA RECOMMENDS TOUGHER POLICY IN PUBLIC EDUCATION

MOTOR FAILS, 2 MEN MAROONED OVERNIGHT

[PHOTO]
HONORED AS CITIZEN

MRS. MCPHERSON PRESIDENT
COMMITTEE MEETS FOR LABOR DAY FAIR

SOCIAL NOTES

PAYNE PLEDGES FEDERAL SUPPORT FOR GARIBALDI PARK DEVELOPMENT
SQUAMISH BOARD OF TRADE BEHIND MOVE FOR ACTION

HOSTEL ASSOCIATION EYE GARIBALDI

CAPACITY CROWD AT DIAMOND HEAD

DATES TO REMEMBER

[PHOTO]
NOBLY DISCHARGING

HERE ARE THE SHOES, MR. PAYNE....

THE DEMISE OF SHANKS MARE...

BOOK REVIEW
"SEAL MORNING" BY ROWENA FARRE

[DRAWING]
CAPTAIN VANCOUVER MEETS THE SPANISH SHIPS OFF POINT GREY (1792)

[CARTOON]
"DO YOU SOME GOOD, M'BOY, IF YOU SPENT LESS TIME RUNNING AROUND MUDDY FIELDS AND MORE TIME READING THE DAILY NEWSPAPER..."

THE CHRISTIAN WAY
EASTER
BY ANDREW LAM

RECENT PUBLISHERS' RELEASES

MOUNT SHEER BOOKS FOR LIBRARY

JIMMY ANTOSH WINS MEMBERSHIP DRAW

[PHOTO]
WING COMMANDER W. J. MOONEY

THE OLD SWEAT
BY DOUG SMITH

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

SQUAMISH LIBRARY GETS MOUNT SHEER GIFT

CROSSWORD
BY A. C. GORDON
[CROSSWORD PUZZLE]

'POP' EDWARDES DIES UNEXPECTEDLY AT 77

[MAP]

JUNE 1956
AREA MARKED IR NO. 5

"HOW ARE YOU?"

ACTION SALE NEXT CENTENNIAL EVENT

HAVE YOU LIVED IN B.C. 50 YEARS?

FASHIONS

OUR TOWN
BY JACK SCOTT
PEDAL PUSHERS

[PHOTO]
A HEAVE AND A HO

JIMMY STILL CARRIES RURAL AREA AS BREAKDOWN OF VOTE POINTS UP

BIRTHS

PERSONALS

[PHOTO]
THE VOICE

RCMP TRANSFERS HUTCHINSON, BROWN

CLASSIFIED ADS

[PHOTOS]
BEAUTIFUL PEMBERTON MEADOWS

HOW ARE YOU?"

ANSWER FOR TODAY'S CROSS-WORD PUZZLE
[CROSSWORD]

BISHOP GOWER OFFICIATES
CONFIRMATION SERVICES AT SQUAMISH AND WOODFIBRE

LARRY DENT HEADS CEMETERY BOARD

DATES TO REMEMBER

B.C. TELEPHONE WOULD RAISE RATES

[PHOTO]
Valerie Bean, 10

Squamish Times

Squamish Times: Thursday, April 14, 1960

WORK TO START ON $2 MILLION PLYWOOD PLANT THIS YEAR
IN OPERATION BEFORE END OF 1961 TO EMPLOY 200: SAWMILL LATER

[PHOTO]
WINNERS OF THE SRA

SUPPORT WITH FIRST HAND INFO
TAYLOR HOSTS OTTAWA MPS TO SQUAMISH AND GARIBALDI

OIL RIGS AND CATTLE FOOD
PGE IS WELL FED FROM OTHER LINES

LIONS SPONSOR EASTER EGG HUNT FOR LOCAL KIDDIES

PARTY AT RENNIE'S FOR ELAINE, NOW 16

SCHOOL BUS LATE: STUCK IN MUD ON PEMBERTON ROAD

LIBRARY HOLDS OPEN HOUSE

NEIL MCLEOD DIES IN VANCOUVER

BRITANNIA WOMAN TO PTA CONVENTION

ACCIDENT FATAL TO MT. SHEER MAN

NEW PRESIDENT FOR MT. SHEER SOCIAL CLUB

WESTWOOD DECLARES WILD LIFE WEEK

DATES TO REMEMBER

PTA HEAR SPEECH BY HOWE SOUND HIGH TEACHER

[PHOTO]
MARY ANN WYTHE

DOLLARS THAT GET AWAY...

HAPPY EASTER, GENTLE CAR-RIDING READER

READY TO SERVE YOU...

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

BABY SHOWER FOR MRS. R. DYCK

BABY BAPTIZED AT SUNDAY SERVICE

MR. AND MRS. MAGNUS URDAL
FAREWELL PARTY FOR PEMBERTON FAMILY

MOUNT SHEER NEWS

RECENT PUBLISHERS' RELEASES

BOOK REVIEW
ELENORA DUSE
BY OLGA SIGNORELLI
REVIEW BY JOAN GREENWOOD

LASSER ELECTED TO HEAD CREDIT UNION

DENTAL CLINIC SET FOR MT. SHEER

PART OF 4 STAGE PLAN
3RD UNIT COMPLETE AT BRIDGE RIVER

DATES TO REMEMBER

SOCIAL NOTES
BY FREDA MUNRO

POLICE COURT

DIRECT DIALING SOON
AUTOMATION COMES TO LONG DISTANCE SERVICE

CLASSIFIED ADS

[PHOTO]
J. C. "POP" WILLIAMS

DENTAL CARE FOR EXPECTANT MOTHERS
YOU AND YOUR TEETH

BRITANNIA BEACH NEWS
BY MARY SMITH

Squamish Times

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