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Squamish Advance: Thursday, October 8, 1953

MANY ENTER FISH DERBY

BADMINTON TO START SOON

BRIDGE APPROACH NEARS COMPLETION

MANY APPLY FOR PGE POSITION

SCHOOL BOARD HOLDS SESSION AT TOWNSITE

STREETS, LANES IMPROVED

BRIDGE APPROACH NEARS COMPLETION

MANY APPLY FOR PGE POSITION

TELEPHONE SERVICE HAS BEEN EXTENDED

THE CRADLE

BRIDGES REPLACED ON BASE CAMP ROAD

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

BRACKENDALE

HI-SCHOOL HI-LITES

KINDERGARTEN OPENS

EDUCATION ASSISTANCE FOR CHILDREN OF WAR DEAD

TO HOLD NIGHT CLASSES HERE

CANTEEN OPENS AT THE SCHOOL THIS WEEK

DANCING CLASS OPEN HOUSE IS POPULAR

COMING EVENTS

POLICE COURT

"SURE" OF FISH SALE

TRUCK DRIVER HURT IN WOODS ACCIDENT

LEGION NOTES

STAGE SERIES RETURNS
[PHOTO]

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, August 20, 1953

TRAINMEN SIGN NEW CONTRACT

MORE FLOWER STANDS FOR FAIR

TENNIS COURT COMPLETED

COMING EVENTS

DENTAL CLINIC RATES EXPLAINED

SIDEWALKS AND ROADS RECEIVE ATTENTION

LEGION FILM AND SMOKER

RUSSELL --- FOWLER

RECENT WEDDINGS OF INTERSET HERE

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

SUMMER DOCUMENTARIES
[PHOTO]

FISH ARE IMPORTANT TOO

SUFFER IN SILENCE
[PHOTO]

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

SUMMER SCENE IN GARIBALDI PARK
[PHOTO]
VIEW OF DIAMOND HEAD FROM ELFIN LAKES AND THE CHALET

BEACH PARTY FOR IVAN SMITH'S

BRACKENDALE

CLASSIFIED ADS

MAKING A HIT
[PHOTO]

STAFF CHANGE AT HOSPITAL

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, July 9, 1953

HIKER IS LOST IN GARIBALDI

WORK TO START AT LOCAL MINE

LOGGER INJURED

CHEEKYE CALLING

TOWING'S BOOMING GROUNDS DEEPENED

IMPROVEMENTS TO FIRE DEPARTMENT

THREE PARTIES PICK CANDIDATES

FINAL B.C. ELECTION RESULTS KNOWN

LEGION GROUNDS TO BE PRETTIED UP

THE CRADLE

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

PROSSER --- GOODALE

ENGAGEMENT

POLICE COURT

PTA SPONSORS DENTAL CLINIC

COMING EVENTS

CLASSIFIED ADS

STRATFORD FESTIVAL
[PHOTO]

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, January 31, 1952

FAMOUS SKI SLOPES IN GARBALDI PARK
[PHOTO]

HOSPITAL READY TO OPEN IN EARLY APRIL

BEEF PRICES DROP

LEARNING BASIC STEPS OF SKIING

DIAMOND HEAD MAKES BIG MAG

RADIO SHOP HOLDS ANNUAL SALE

SEAL SALE WELL OVER THE TOP

BRACKENDALE

LOGGING LAGGING

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

WHAT NEXT?

BISHOP CONDUCTS ANGLICAN SERVICE

SCHOOL BROADCASTS --- A CBC FEATURE
[PHOTO]

THE SUNSHINE SOCIETY
[PHOTO]

LOCAL ROADS IN BAD SHAPE

TENDERS FOR DREDGING

OTHELLO
[PHOTO]

DREDGING TENDERS CALLED

THE WESTERN FIVE - HEARD OVER THE CBC
[PHOTO]

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, February 7, 1952

JAMES SINCLAIR ADDRESSES LOCAL MEETING

TRADE BOARD HOLDS SUCCESSFUL BANQUET

KING GEORGE PASSES AWAY SUDDENLY

SCOUT COMMISSIONER VISITS SQUAMISH

LOCAL OLD-TIMER PASSES AWAY

FLEETWOOD LOGGING BUYS FLAT CARS

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

LOGGING RESUMING AS SNOW GOES

BONABELLE BACK ON FEBRUARY 13

TENDERS FOR DREDGING

BASTIAN -- SOBOTKA

FURTHER CCF MEETING

[PHOTO]
JANE HARKNESS - rC

CARD OF THANKS

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, February 14, 1952

MILD WEATHER SPEEDS LOGGING

BOARD OF TRADE HOLDS SESSION

LOCAL HOLIDAY
KING'S FUNERAL THIS FRIDAY

SAVE ALL ARTICLES
DISCARDED ARTICLES MAY BE USEFUL

JOAN MAXWELL
[PHOTO]

SQUAMISH EDGED BY WOODFIBRE BASKETEERS

INSTITUTE ACTIVE

LEGION TO HOLD MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR LATE KING

W.A. TO HANDLE CANCER CAMPAIGN

PLANS MADE FOR KLONDIKE NIGHT

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

BRACKENDALE

WET WEATHER CLEARS SNOW HERE

ROCK SLIDES DELAY PASSENGER TRAINS

LUCILLE DUMONT
[PHOTO]

IN MEMORIAM

CLASSIFIED ADS

FINED FOR TRESSPASS ON INDIAN RESERVE

CANADA SHOWS POPULATION GAIN

LICENCES EXPIRE

WILL HOLD FIRST AID CLASSES HERE

DIES SUDDENLY

FORMER PUBLISHER VISITS SQUAMISH

RETURN TO CITY

MOVE TO NEW HOME

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, March 6, 1952

3 MILLION ALLOTTED FOR NEW ROAD

AROUND TOWN

ST. PATRICK'S DANCE BIG EVENT

BRACKENDALE

PGE GOES FULL STEAM AHEAD

STOCKS NEW PRODUCT

ADDRESSES CCF MEETING HERE

OLD TIMER PASSES

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

SOBOTKA --- SMITH

HEROES SAVED

GOODS ALREADY BEING COLLECTED FOR SALE

PGE ADOPTING NEW OPERATING CODE

SQUAMISH CREDIT UNION
ANNUAL MEETING
FRIDAY, MARCH 14-'52
PARISH HALL, SQUAMISH
AT 8 P.M. SHARP

CONGREGATION BEARS BUILDING REPORT

CHECK THAT DATE

ATTENDS RE-UNION

JIMMIE SHIELDS
[PHOTO]

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, March 13, 1952

LOGGING NOW IN FULL SWING HERE

BASKETBALL GAMES WON BY LOCAL TEAMS

TRADE BOARD DISCUSSES SITE OF NEW DYKE

HOSPITAL BOARD CHOSEN HERE

FALLER INJURED IN LOGGING ACCIDENT

PROGRAM DIRECTOR
[PHOTO]

HOSPITAL TO PROFIT FROM STORE'S SALES

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 48 (HOWE SOUND)
BALANCE SHEET
AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1981

CHALET PREPARES FOR EASTER SEASON

[PHOTO]
THE DIAMOND HEAD SNOWMOBILE

BRACKENDALE

THE CRADLE

LOGGING COMPANY BUYS NEW MACHINE

PUBLIC NOTICE

INSTITUTE PLANS TO COLLECT WOOLENS

IN MEMORIAM

BADMINTON NOTES

CLASSIFIED ADS

MEN WANTED

1 WORKING FOREMAN
2 LABORERS

[PHOTO]
SOLWAY QUARTET - HEARD OVER THE CBC

BEARD GROWING CONTEST NOW OPEN

ROAD AND GUN CLUB IN ANNUAL MEETING

FIRST BABY WILL RECEIVE MANY GIFTS

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, February 21, 1952

LOCAL SERVICE FOR LATE KING

LOCAL GIRLS ATTEND CGIT CONVENTION

CCF CLUB IS FORMED HERE

TRAIN SERVICE BACK ON SCHEDULE

PLANS START ON SQUAMISH ROAD

BE THERE!
LEGION BUILDING SHOWING PROGRESS

BRACKENDALE

SOMETHING NEW

HELICOPTER PILOTS TO TRAIN HERE

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

DONALD MANSON
[PHOTO]
DIRECTOR OF THE CBC

PTA PLANS COUNTRY FAIR

A SKIER'S PARADISE
[PHOTO]

HOSPITAL READY IN EARLY APRIL

COFFEE SHOP WILL RE-OPEN

ANOTHER LOGGING SHOW OPENED

JAMES NESBITT
[PHOTO]
PARLIAMENTARY REPORTER

CLASSIFIED ADS

COMMUNICATIONS

GOVERNOR-GENERAL

PARLIAMENT OPENS

REID FORSEE
[PHOTO]

AROUND TOWN

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, June 26, 1952

RAILROAD GETS MORE DIESELS

REPAIRS CLOSE ROAD

TEAMS SPLIT SUNDAY GAMES

SQUAMISH BOYS WIN IN SCOUT RALLY

TO CALL TENDERS FOR NEW DYKE

SCHOOL'S OUT

NEIGHBORLY NEWS
[PHOTO]

STRIKE CONTINUES

BRACKENDALE

WAITING AND WISHING
FINAL ELECTION COUNT STARTS NEXT WEEK

GRAVELLING ROADS

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

PRETTY WEDDING SOLEMNIZED HERE

AND IT'S NOT EVEN A ROAD

AWARD WINNERS

CLASSIFIED ADS

OLD-TIMER PASSES AFTER LONG ILLNESS

CARD OF THANKS

JAMES K. NESBITT
[PHOTO]

MARION EADIE FETED AT SHOWER
[PHOTO]

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, September 13, 1951

LOGS ROLL AGAIN

MANY CHANGES IN SCHOOL STAFF

OPPORTUNITY FOR BUDDING ARTISTS

BOARD OF TRADE RESUMES WORK

ORCHESTRA FUNCTIONS AGAIN IN SQUAMISH

SURPRISE SHOWER FOR LOCAL BRIDE

FIRE BURNS THROUGH LOGGED-OVER AREA

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

RUBY CHAMBERS
[PHOTO]

REPORTER'S DREAM COMES TRUE

ALISON GRANT
[PHOTO]

A SKIERS PARADIES
[PHOTO]

FIRE BURNS

CLASSIFIED ADS

DANCE PRIZE WINNERS

BRACKENDALE

PLANT SALE IS SUCCESS

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, October 9, 1952

TRADE BOARD IN GOOD MEETING

FINAL LINK OF PGE PLANNED

STILL ENJOYING THE WARM WEATHER

MORE CHANGES MADE IN B.C.H.I.S.

PGE ENJOYS RECORD MONTH

THE CRADLE

PGE COMPLETION INTERESTS CCF CLUB

SCHOOL PRINCIPAL WILL GO TO STATES

BRACKENDALE

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

GOOD FISHING

SUNSHINE SOCIETY
[PHOTO]

LIGHTS OUT

ATTENDS CONVENTION OF B.C. MUNICIPALITIES

STAGE 53

PUBLIC NOTICE

FALL SPORTS PROGRAM PLANS

LATEST REPORT ON POLIO HERE

RIDING CLUB IS FORMED HERE

CLASSIFIED ADS

GISELE MACKENZIE
[PHOTO]

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, November 22, 1951

INDIAN RIVER ROUTE IS DEFINITELY OUT

CHEAPER THAN BEEF?

CHEAPER FARES FOR SCHOOL PUPILS

OUT-OF-TOWN PUPILS FOR SQUAMISH SCHOOL?

INTERMEDIATE CLUB CHOOSES OFFICERS

BUSY IN DECEMBER

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

PAT JOUDRY
[PHOTO]

WHY YOU SHOULD BUY XMAS SEALS

BEVERLEY LONG HEAD JUNIOR BADMINTON

LOGGERS INJURED

ST. JOHN'S W.A. HOLDS ANNIVERSARY SALE

CLASSIFIED ADS

LOCAL TEACHERS ATTEND DISTRICT CONVENTION

BRACKENDALE

THE WESTERN FIVE
[PHOTO]

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, 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, 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, September 27, 1951

FOREST FIRE EASES

WORK RESUMED ON LEGION HALL

MORRISON - TRUDEAU

LOGGING RESUMED

DAVID CALDWELL WINS LEGION SCHOLARSHIP

BRACKENDALE

START MADE ON HOSPITAL

PARISH HALL IS SCENE OF FIRE

FAST TIME ENDS SUNDAY

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

CONCERT ORCHESTRA FORMS COMMITTEE

THE ANNUAL

ALBERT ATKIN HEADS STUDENT COUNCIL

CBC OPERA COMPANY GOES INTO FOURTH SEASON
[PHOTO]

CARD OF THANKS

HOWE SOUNDINGS
BY WHOSIT

AMATEUR HOUR

UNITED SUNDAY SCHOOL RALLY

CLASSIFIED ADS

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, November 1, 1951

HOSPITAL BUILDING RISING RAPIDLY

HALLOWE'EN PARTY VERY SUCCESSFUL

BADMINTON CLUB CHOOSES OFFICERS

FINAL REPORT ON SQUAMISH FALL FAIR

NEW SCHOOL IS NEARLY READY

GYM CLASSES TO START ON SUNDAY

BRACKENDALE

WOODFIBRE GIRL WINS TALENT CONTEST

LEGION NOTES

THE CRADLE

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

W.A. WHIST DRIVE

KINDERGARTEN OF THE AIR
[PHOTO]

HOWE SOUNDINGS
BY WHOSIT

CBC HEADQUARTERS
[PHOTO]

PTA TO HEAR ADDRESS ON PARENT EDUCATION

BOY SCOUT NEWS

PGE OFFERS NEW PASSENGER SERVICE

CLASSIFIED ADS

SHOW HORSE HERE

SQUAMISH HAS QUIET HALLOWE'EN

FORMER RESIDENT VISITS CHILDHOOD HOME

BEAUTY SALON MOVES TO NEW LOCATION

THE BARBERSHOP QUARTET
[PHOTO]

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, August 30, 1951

NO STEEL FOR PGE; ROAD LINK URGED

SUGGESTIONS FOR FLOWER EXHIBITORS

HIGH WINDS CAUSE DAMAGE HERE

SCHOOL TO OPEN ON SEPTEMBER 4

HE NEARLY MADE IT

FALL FAIR SLATED FOR LABOR DAY

LARGEST DIESEL TRAIN LEFT HERE RECENTLY

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

HIGHEST MARKS
GLEN VALDE WINS PTA SCHOLARSHIP

SEYMOUR - NOVIK

BRACKENDALE

CLASSIFIED ADS

LOCAL BOY WINS SPEEDBOAT TROPHY

HARDWOODS TAKE ALL THREE BALL GAMES

OF INTEREST TO LOCAL MUSICIANS

NOTICE

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, August 23, 1951

TOT NARROWLY ESCAPES DEATH

SCHOLARSHIP AWARDED BY SCHOOL BOARD

SCHOOL BUILDING SHOWING PROGRESS

LOSES FOREARM IN RAIL MISHAP

IMPROVEMENTS TO LOCAL STREETS

ANGLICAN CHURCH IS RENOVATED

ELKS NEW HOME MOVED TO SITE

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

CUCKOO CLOCK HOUSE HEARD OVER CBC
[PHOTO]

BRACKENDALE

FORMER LOCAL GIRL IS TENNIS STAR

CLASSIFIED ADS

BILL HERBERT
[PHOTO]
TO COVER ROYAL TOUR

SUNSHINE SOCIETY HEARD DAILY OVER CBC
[PHOTO]

KNEES TAKE BEATING

BOARD OF TRADE VISITS CHALET

MURIEL MILLARD
[PHOTO]
HEARD OVER CBC

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, June 14, 1951

CONTRACT LET FOR SQUAMISH HOSPITAL

FLOODGATE REPAIRED BY WORK "BEE"

VILLAGE PLANS MORE SIDEWALKS

CHEEKYE BRIDGE BEING REPAIRED

BRITANNIA TO SELL PYRITES IN B.C.

THE CRADLE

WOODFIBRE

BOARD OF TRADE IN BUSY SESSION

TWO INJURED IN FREAK ACCIDENT

STUDENTS TO ATTEND GRADUATION BANQUET

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

B.C. ELECTRIC PLANS BUILDING PROGRAM

LOCAL STORE ADDS NEW STAFF MEMBERS

COUNTING NOISES

CUCKOO CLOCK HOUSE
[PHOTO]

BRACKENDALE

WOODFIBRE

CLASSIFIED ADS

POUNDKEEPER

LEICESTER SQUARE
[PHOTO]

CARSON CHRISTENING
[PHOTO]

WINTER FUN IN SUMMER
[PHOTO]

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, February 1, 1951

HIGH WINDS HIT SQUAMISH AREA

LOGGING RESUMED

WORK STARTED ON NEW FILL

BRITANNIA WINS BASKETBALL GAMES

FAIR COMMITTEE NAMES OFFICERS

JUNIOR BADMINTON ENDS TOURNAMENT

WOODFIBRE WINS BADMINTON TOURNEY

JANE HARKNESS
[PHOTO]

BRACKENDALE

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

GORDON WOODWARD'S RADIO PLAY ACCEPTED

CLASSIFIED ADS

BERT PEARL
[PHOTO]

NOTICE

WOODFIBRE

SCHOOL DISTRICT NOL 48 (HOWE SOUND) FINANCIAL STATEMENT FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR 1950

PUBLIC NOTICE

WAITRESS SUFFERS SEVERE COFFEE BURNS

SCHOOL ORCHESTRA TO GIVE CONCERT

PHIL CARSCALLEN
[PHOTO]

CREDIT UNION MEETING MONDAY

KAY STEVENSON
[PHOTO]

Squamish Advance