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Squamish Advance: Thursday, April 26, 1951

EARL WATT IN BAD ACCIDENT

LEGION IS STILL SEEKING NAMES

SCHOOL BUILDING SHOWS PROGRESS

MRS. J. MCRAE NAMED 1950'S GOOD CITIZEN

SQUAMISH HOSPITAL CERTAINTY
-WORK STARTS IN JUNE

BEAUTIFUL GARDENS ON DISPLAY HERE

RECREATIONAL OFFICALS ARE ELECTED

BRACKENDALE

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

CARE REDECORATED FOR SUMMER SEASON

SHOWER HONORS SPRING BRIDE

CLASSIFIED ADS

HELP WANTED

LEGION STAGES HARD TIMES PARTY

BRIDGE TO REOPEN

DANCE PUPILS TO ASSIST IN RECITAL

THE ROBINSON'S - HEARD OVER CBC
[PHOTO]

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, July 12, 1951

FALL FAIR JUDGE GIVES POINTERS

NEW SIDEWALK BUILT

PLANS TO BUILD MORE SIDEWALKS

PTA ENDS GOOD YEAR

BRACKENDALE

MURIEL MILLARD
[PHOTO]

EMPIRE MILLS BUILDING NEW LOG DUMP

PWD RESUMES WORK ON HIGHWAY CUTOFF

LEGION ZONE COUNCIL MEETS IN SQUAMISH

AROUND TOWN

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

THE ADVANCE IS ONE YEAR OLD

CLASSIFIED ADS

THIS WEEK -- LAST YEAR

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, May 31, 1951

SUCCESSFUL MAY 24 CELEBRATION

BRACKENDALE

NEW ENGINE ON TRAIL RUN

BUILDING NEW SIDEWALK

CONTINUED PROGRESS ON NEW SCHOOL

ALBERT PRATZ
[PHOTO]

HOWE SOUND TRACK MEET AT WOODFIBRE

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

WOODFIBRE

GET CRACKING!

CITY TRADE BOARD TO BE TENDERED DINNER

STANDARD OIL TO BUILD NEW WAREHOUSE

PROMOTED

CLASSIFIED ADS

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, July 19, 1951

BOARDS OF TRADE PRESS FOR TRANSPORTATION TO VANCOUVER

BRACKENDALE

SQUAMISH TOWING INSTALLING RADIO IN MOBILE UNITS

NELSON BARREAU DIES SUDDENLY

HEAT WAVE STOPS LOGGING

MAGIC SHOW WELL ATTENDED

JAKE MCCABE
[PHOTO]

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

CLASSIFIED ADS

MASTER CONTROL ROOM
[PHOTO]

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, October 25, 1951

NATIVE SON DIES SUDDENLY

NURSES' CLUB HOLDS TELEPHONE BRIDGE

AROUND TOWN

BRACKENDALE

SPLENDID FISHING HERE
HUNTER'S ENJOY GREAT OPENING

CANCER UNIT MEETS IN WOODFIBRE

LEGION NOTES

RENTS REDUCED

THIS SHOULDN'T HAPPEN HERE

BOOK DRIVE SUCCEEDING

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

WORK ON UNITED CHURCH PROGRESSING

SHIPMENTS DOWN

IMPERIAL SERVICE CHANGES HANDS

A NEW BUSINESS

PIE PARTY

THE CRADLE

DEER WOUNDS HUNTER

PAISLEY MAXWELL
[PHOTO]

VISITING IN CALIFORNIA

CARDS OF THANKS

FOR SALE

BASKETBALL GAMES TO START NEXT WEEK

CLASSIFIED ADS

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, October 4, 1951

LARGE TONNAGE INCREASE ON PGE

COALITION LOSES

KINDERGARTEN IS STARTED HERE

LEGION NOTES

CLOSURE LOSS HALF A MILLION

GIANTS WIN OPENER

SCOUTS STAGE FAST CAMPAIGN

THEN AND NOW

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

SPORTSMEN TO HAVE INNINGS

DEAR MR. ABBOTT

BRACKENDALE

SCHOOL BROADCASTS STARTED THIS MONTH
[PHOTO]

THE MORE WE GET TOGETHER

LUCILLE DUMONT
[PHOTO]
HEARD OVER CBC

NEWS ROUNDUP EDITOR

UNITED CHURCH ACQUIRES ORGAN

HIGH SCHOOL FORMS JOURNALISM CLUB

BADMINTON STARTS

CLASSIFIED ADS

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, November 29, 1951

PIONEER LOCAL RESIDENT PASSES

VETS PENSIONS ARE INCREASED

NOMINATIONS FOR 2 COMMISSIONERS

WOMEN HOLD TEAS FOR HOSPITAL FUND

ELKS CHOOSE NEW OFFICERS

GISELE
[PHOTO]

ON HUNTING TRIP

STRONG WINDS HIT SQUAMISH AREA

LOCAL BASKETBALL TEAMS SPLIT EVEN

BUILDS NEW SPUR

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

LET'S MAKE AN OPERA
[PHOTO]

SNOWMOBILE TO ARRIVE IN DECEMBER

MAIL EARLY

RUTH SPRINGFORD
[PHOTO]

CLASSIFIED ADS

LEGION DANCE

PUBLIC NOTICE

RESIDENTS COMPLAIN ABOUT LACK OF ADEQUETE DRAINAGE

CUCKOO CLOCK
[PHOTO]

BRACKENDALE

LLOYD PERCIVAL
[PHOTO]

COLD SNAP

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, November 15, 1951

REMEMBRANCE DAY SERVICE HELD SUNDAY

BOARD DISCUSSES LOCAL PROBLEMS

NEW SCHOOL OPENED TUESDAY

MEMORIAL CAIRN UNVEILED HERE

HOWE SOUND SCHOOL MEETING

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

BRACKENDALE

WOMEN'S INSTITUTE HOLDS AUCTION SALE

SCHOOL MEETING

DISCIPLINE IS SUBJECT AT PTA "BUZZ SESSION"

CULVERTS BUILT

SINCLAIR COMMENTS ON GARIBALDI PARK

CLASSIFIED ADS

NEWS ANNOUNCER EARL CAMERON
[PHOTO]

SLIGHT CHANGES IN ADVERTISING RATES

PUBLIC NOTICE

[PHOTO]
MARY MORRISON - OVER CBC

LEGION BANQUET A GREAT SUCCESS

NURSES' CLUB OPENS XMAS SEAL CAMPAIGN

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, December 13, 1951

HOWE SOUND ROUTE IS BEST

INSTITUTES HOLD REGULAR MEETINGS

LEGION NOTES

XMAS FESTIVITIES COMMENCE HERE

LONG DISTANCE SERVICE IMPROVED

BOARD WEEKS BETTER DYKES

PGE EMPLOYEE PASSES SUDDENLY

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

SEAL SALE DOING WELL

WEST VAN WINS BASKETBALL GAME

USE YOUR BALLOT

COMMUNICATIONS

SCHOOL BOARD HAS NEW SECRETARY

EXAMS START

BRACKENDALE

LADIES' AID HOLDS SUCCESSFUL SALE

BOY SCOUT BANQUET TOMORROW NIGHT

SQUAMISH VALLEY PIONEER PASSES

THE CRADLE

SEEING DOUBLE
[PHOTO]

CLASSIFIED ADS

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, January 8, 1953

NEWSPAPERMEN AT DIAMOND HEAD

STAG PARTY FOR POLICE OFFICER

BRACKENDALE

THE CRADLE

NEW PGE FREIGHT RUN ON JANUARY 12

BADMINTON STARTS

HIGH TIDES HIT RIVER ROAD

TRUCK WILL BE USED AS AMBULANCE

CHALET SNOWMOBILE
[PHOTO]

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

NEW YEAR'S DANCE IS SUCCESSFUL

CARD OF THANKS

CLASSIFIED ADS

IN COURT EACH WEEK
[PHOTO]

COMMITTEES NAMED BY COMMISSIONERS

ARTHUR ANGLING PASSES SUDDENLY

LOGGING STOPS

SCHOOL CANTEEN MAY BE FORCED TO CLOSE

HEAVY SNOWSTORM HITS DISTRICT

NEXT MONDAY
NEW FREIGHT RUN

RECEIVES REWARD

FIRE DAMAGES HOME

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, January 15, 1953

SUPPORTS PGE RAIL LINK TO CITY

BRACKENDALE

PTA MEETING HEARS REPORT ON CANTEEN

LEGION AUXILIARY INSTALLS OFFICERS

TRADE BOARD INSTALLS MANSON

CAPILANO ROUTE IS FAVORED

WILLIAM ROWLANDS PASSES SUDDENLY

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

NEW MAP OF THE SQUAMISH VALLEY

A MAN AND A MAID
[PHOTO]

FIDDLE JOE
[PHOTO]

BURGLARY ATTEMPT

MORE SPRING LUMBER ORDERS

WANTED

PRAIRIE SCHOONER
[PHOTO]

PIONEER RESIDENT IS LAID AT REST

GOOD PUBLICITY FOLLOWS PARK TRIP

COMING EVENTS

CLASSIFIED ADS

WINTER WEATHER

STREET LIGHTS BROKEN

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, March 26, 1953

ANOTHER B.C. ELECTION LIKELY

RESORT PREPARING FOR RECORD SEASON

NORTH YARD NEWS

FISHING DERBY ATTRACTS MANY

TEACHERAGE WILL BE BUILT HERE

RECREATIONAL ASSOCIATION MEETS

HI-SCHOOL HI-LITES

TEACHER'S CONVENTION

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

SQUAMISH BEAUTY SALON REOPENS

COMING EVENTS

DREDGE WORK IS SHOWING PROGRESS

LEGION NOTES

THE CRADLE

NEW BLOOD FOR PGE RAILROAD

HERE'S JULIETTE
[PHOTO]

TEACHER'S MEET

BYLAWS REVISED AT SPECIAL SESSION

BRACKENDALE

MRS. ALICE SMITH IS LAID AT REST

CLASSIFIED ADS

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, May 21, 1953

MEETING HELD IN CCF INTEREST

PTA MEETING HEARS CONVENTION REPORT

WORKS MINISTER SPEAKS HERE

THEE THOUSAND FOR ROAD TO BASE CAMP

CHAPMAN IS CHAMP

BRACKENDALE

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

WORK STARTS ON NEW SIDEWALKS

CLASSIFIED ADS

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, June 4, 1953

CORONATION DAY FESTIVAL HERE

SPEAKER LAUDS CCF LEADER

BUDGET APPROVED

ROAD FIRST SAYS SINCLAIR

VILLAGE BUILDS FIRST SEWER

MATTER OF FACT

THE CRADLE

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

TEA FOR MRS. MCINNIS

GORDON GIBSON

POLITCALLY SPEAKING

LEGION W.A. DELEGATES ATTEND CONVENTION

GORDON DOWDING

CLASSIFIED ADS

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, July 23, 1953

NO RECOUNT IN LILLOOET RIDING

BRACKENDALE

TRAIL IS BEING IMPROVED

SWIMMING CLASSES WELL ATTENDED

CCF CANDIDATE SPEAKS HERE

POLICE COURT

OBSERVOR CORPS IN ROUTINE EXCERCISE

ROCK WORK AT RED BRIDGE STARTED

THE CRADLE

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

COMING EVENTS

LILLOOET WEDDING OF LOCAL INTEREST

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

CLASSIFIED ADS

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, July 30, 1953

HUGE POWER PROJECT FOR SQUAMISH AREA?

GIBSON INSPECTS HIGHWAY ROUTE

ANIMALS IN THE NEWS

CORRECTION

CORE DRILLING AT SURF INLET MINE

NEW DIESEL FOR PGE RAILWAY

SIDEWALK STARTED

EXAM RESULTS

LEGION NOTES

POLICE COURT

ATTENDS SCHOOL MEETING

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

HOWE SOUND TEAM DEFEATED IN CITY

A MESSAGE FROM ERNEST SILVERTON
YOUR SOCIAL CREDIT CANDIDATE FOR COAST-CAPILANO
[PHOTO]

FOWLER -- GARRETT

ROCK WORK BEING DONE AT RED BRIDGE

NEW OWNER FOR LOCAL GROCERY STORE

JAMES SINCLAIR

ON HOLIDAY

BRACKENDALE

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

CLASSIFIED ADS

ROBERT TURNER
[PHOTO]

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, August 27, 1953

WET WEATHER AIDS LOGGING

MAXINE MILLER
[PHOTO]

POLIO FUND NEARLY REACHED

PICTURE SHOWING AIDS POLIO FUND

PEMBERTON FLOWER SHOW NEXT WEEK

JUDY SLACK WINS SCHOLARSHIP

50TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY

SUGGESTIONS FOR FLOWER EXHIBITORS AT SQUAMISH FAIR

FAIR JUDGES NAMED

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

BUD MOORE APPOINTED POWER SAW DEALER

CLASSIFIED ADS

CANADIAN SYMPHONIES
[PHOTO]

COMING EVENTS

NEWPORT CAFE CHANGES HANDS

IMPROVEMENTS MADE TO BASE CAMP ROAD

ROSS WHITESIDE
[PHOTO]

SCHOOL BOARD MEETS

FAREWELL PARTY FOR RESORT OWNERS

MANY ATTEND HOWE SOUND FISHING DERBY

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, September 17, 1953

CROWD ATTENDS PTA MEETING

BALL TEAM WINS SECOND TROPHY

FIRST AID GROUP IS HOLDING FUND DRIVE

LOSES FINGER IN ACCIDENT AT MILL

BLUE GROUSE SEASON OPENS ON SATURDAY

HOWE SOUND HEALTH REPORT

ROAD PETITION TO BE REVISED

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

HOWE SOUND HEALTH REPORT

BRACKENDALE

POLICE COURT

PLAYERS CLUB MEETING

COMING EVENTS

CLASSIFIED ADS

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, October 1, 1953

GORDON GIBSON, LOCAL MLA IN STIRRING SPEECH
[PHOTO]
GORDON GIBSON

INCREASE IN BUILDING SHOWN

SINCLAIR VISITS LONDON TO SELL SALMON
[PHOTO]
JAMES SINCLAIR
MEMBER FOR COAST CAPILANO

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

BRACKENDALE

COMMUNICATIONS

FISHING DERBY

NOTICE

CLASSIFIED ADS

NEW POSITION FOR CAL FROST

GORDON GIBSON

NOTICE

NEW BUSINESS FOR SQUAMISH

NIGHT CLASSES

NORTH YARD NEWS

TO THOSE SQUAMISH GOSSIPERS

SONGS OF MY PEOPLE
[PHOTO]

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, October 15, 1953

EXCESSIVE MOISTURE RAISES RIVER LEVEL

FOR THE HOSPITAL

WHO SAYS WE DON'T NEED A ROAD

REPORTS HIGHLIGHT PTA MEETING

POLICE COURT

LIQUOR STORE FOR SQUAMISH?

BRACKENDALE

ART EXHIBIT

MAGIC SHOW

NIGHT CLASSES DRAWING MANY

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

LOCAL BOY SCOUTS TO ENTERTAIN VISITORS

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF NAME

UNITED SUNDAY SCHOOL PROMOTIONS

HIGH PRAISE FOR SCHOOL ANNUAL

NORTH YARD NEWS

ENGINE TROUBLE HALTS BONABELLE

COMING EVENTS

ENGAGEMENT

HI-SCHOOL HI-LITES

CLASSIFIED ADS

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, January 29, 1953

SCHOOL BOARD IN BUSY SEASON

OPPOSE NEW CUBIC SCALE

ROSS CHAPMAN WINS FISHING DERBY

BOAT HARBOR TO BE BUILT HERE

WHERE ARE THESE ASSETS?

CLUBHOUSE FOR BOY SCOUTS

COLUMNIST TO SPEAK AT CANCER MEETING

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

JAKE AND THE KID
[PHOTO]

WILL GRAVEL HILL ROAD

CHANGES SETTING

NO DAMAGE

TO CANVASS DISTRICT FOR B.C. POLIO FUND

CLASSIFIED ADS

BASKETBALL VERY POPULAR HERE

BRACKENDALE

WANTED

SKI CLUB'S ROPE TOW NEARLY COMPLETED

SHOW FILMS

HOSPITAL AUXILIARY

NOTICE

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, October 2, 1952

FOREST FIRE CLOSURE BEATEN

COURT NEWS

B.C. BY-ELECTIONS IN NOVEMBER

W. A. HOLLIDAY IS CHIEF DISPATCHER

FOREST BUILDING BIG LOCAL ASSET

DODGERS WIN OPENING GAME

LOCAL RAILROADER HAS RETIRED

PTA TO OPEN SCHOOL CANTEEN NEXT WEEK

SCHOOL HOP

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

HOWARD CABLE
[PHOTO]

SPECIAL THANKSGIVING SERVICE OCTOBER 12TH

RECEIVE FIRST AID CERTIFICATES

NOT A FISH STORY

LUCILLE DUMONT
[PHOTO]

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

SECOND POLIO CASE

BRACKENDALE

GINO SILVY GROUP
[PHOTO]

PUBLIC NOTICE

CLASSIFIED ADS

YOUNG CANADA LISTENS
[PHOTO]

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, August 28, 1952

NEARLY 400 PUPILS TO ENROL IN SCHOOLS HERE

BOY SCOUTS FINALLY GET TRIP TO GARIBALDI

IMPROVEMENTS

BRACKENDALE

FOREST CLOSURE LIFTED MONDAY

BILL REID
[PHOTO]

ROAD AND GUN CLUB ANNUAL PARTY

WOODFIBRE ANGLERS FIGURE IN PRIZES

LOCAL LADY WINS CANNING PRIZES AT PNE

ANGLICAN GIRLS AUXILIARY IS FORMED

WINS TWO MORE SCHOLARSHIPS

WALTZ INN CAFE CHANGES HANDS

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

JUDGING AT THE FAIR
[PHOTO]
[PHOTO]

AROUND TOWN

SPECIAL TRAIN

CLASSIFIED ADS

PRAIRIE SCHOONER
[PHOTO]

MUCH WORK ON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

FIRE DESTROYS HOME HERE

NO MYSTERY

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, June 5, 1952

CARSON SPEAKS TO LOCAL CROWD

OLSEN - BAITY

MANY ATTEND SOCRED MEETING

MRS. STEEVES SPEAKS HERE

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

SUFFERS BULLET WOUND IN FOOT

AN OLD-TIME ELECTION DAY

TEA GIVEN FOR MRS. E. C. CARSON

SUNDAY SCHOOL TO HOLD PICNIC

POLITICAL CAMPAIGN IN HIGH GEAR

CONSERVATIVE LEADER
[PHOTO]
HERBERT ANSCOMB

BRACKENDALE

CLASSIFIED ADS

WARNING

CCF MEETING

WILLIAM H. OKELL
[PHOTO]
LIBERAL CANDIDATE FOR LILLOOET

WHERE TO VOTE AND WHEN

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, February 28, 1952

NEW HIGHWAY IS ASSURED

JEAN CAVALL
[PHOTO]

FALL FAIR SET FOR LABOR DAY

NEWPORT COFFEE SHOP OPENS FOR BUSINESS

GOOD CITIZEN

HELICOPTER LANDS ON SCHOOL GROUNDS

BOAT LAUNCHED FOR USE ON SQUAMISH

STUDENTS USING NEW GYMNASIUM

START WORK ON NEW DRAIN

CANCER SOCIETY SEES INTERESTING FILMS

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

BRACKENDALE

LAST LARGE BRIDGE WORK TO START SOON

SPUR DOUBLE TRACK TO NEW LOG DUMP

"GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT"
SECTION 27
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CONSENT TO TRANSFER OF BEER LICENCE

THAT ROAD AGAIN

A BABY WAS BORN

TEMPERATURE RISES

Squamish Advance

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