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Squamish Review: Friday, January 14, 1949

B.C. ELECTRIC OFFICIALS OUTLINE SQUAMISH POWER PLAN

DEATH TAKES MEMBER OF WELL-KNOWN FAMILY

SQUAMISH AND HOWE SOUND DISTRICT BOARD OF TRADE

POPULAR LOCAL MAN SUFFERS ACCIDENT

TARGET SHOOTING BECOMES POPULAR

ICE-COVERED WATER TOWER MOST UNUSUAL SIGHT

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL HOLDS OPEN HOUSE

PGE RAILWAY COMPANY HOLDS SAFETY FIRST MEETING

GIFT FOR VILLAGE

AT LEAST! A SKATING RINK!

ANGLICAN SUNDAY SCHOOL HOLDS CHRISTMAS PARTY

PHOTO
JAMES SINCLAIR, M.P.

WALTZ INN'S COOK PASSES AWAY

MARRIAGE OF LOCAL MAN

NEW BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OUTLINE PLANS FOR FUTURE

P-TA HOLDS ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARTY

INCIDENT MARS NEW YEAR'S EVE CELEBRATION

MCKENZIE'S PLAYS SANTA CLAUSE TO LOCAL CHILDREN DECEMBER 16TH

STUDENTS RETURN

THE SQUAMISH REVIEW

PERSONALS

PLANT LIFE IN WINTER

THE RISE OF SAP

MAPLE SAP RISING

BRITANNIA NEWS

BRITANNIA BEACH PERSONALS

SCHOOL CONCERT

GIRLS' SALE SUCCESSFUL

MINE PRODUCTION UP

LUCKY WINNERS AT MCKENZIE'S GIVE-AWAY

NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE SPONSORED BY BRITANNIA BEACH COMMUNITY CLUB

LEGION CHRISTMAS TREE, TRINITY CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL CONCERT

WOODFIBRE'S NEW YEAR'S DANCE

POTATOES FOR DESSERT

POTATO PUFF PUDDING

POTATO WAFERS

POTATO PANCAKES

WOODFIBRE LEGION ELECTION

WOODFIBRE LEGION CHILDREN'S PICTURE SHOWS

WHIST DRIVE

WOODFIBRE FIRST AID

SCOTTISH LIVESTOCK RENOWN

SCHOOL BUILDING IN BRITAIN

BOARD OF TRADE RINGS OUT OLD, RINGS IN NEW

NEW HERRING CURING METHOD

SQUAMISH ELECTIONS

CONSERVATIVE CHIEF AT COAST JANUARY 16

HONEYBEES DON'T JUST MAKE HONEY

WOODFIBRE CUBS

Squamish Review

Ellen Harley and Freda Clarke

Ellen Harley (left) and Freda Clarke (right) in Squamish United Church.

This church (38014 Fourth Avenue) was built for the Presbyterian community in 1921. After several years of services held in the Anglican Church, the Presbyterian community raised this second church in Squamish.

Original use: Church.
Current use: Church.
Current condition: Well maintained, still in use as a church.

Class picture - 1928 (Grades 1, 2, 3)

Left to right, front row: Jim Hurren, Stanley Johnson, Wilma Klein, Lenora Thom, Jo Martin, Betty Quick, Ruth Downer, Agnes Hutton, Connie Predergast, Dorothy Blundell, Norm Chadwick.
2nd row: John Hurren, Clarence Johnson, Joyce Gratton, Aileen Lamport, Frances Lamport, Marjorie Castle, Keith Kennedy, Jack Confortin, Logan Percy.
Back row: Gordon Miller, Sonny Moir, Johnny Sobotka, Bill Martin, Kenneth Buckley, Dennie Singleton, Fred Eadie.
Teacher: Freda Lasser (later Mrs Stan Clarke).