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Squamish Advance: Thursday, August 16, 1951

TWO COMPANIES RESUME LOGGING

ELKS BUILDING TO BE MOVED

WE HOPE YOU LIKE IT

LIGHT RAIN FAILS TO END FOREST CLOSURE

FINAL PLANS LAID FOR FALL FAIR

SMALL FIRE AT 8 MILE ON SUNDAY

PAT JOUDRY
[PHOTO]

DRAMA SOCIETY MAY BE FORMED IN TOWN

BOARD TO MAKE GARIBALDI TRIP

LOCAL DROP TWO BALL GAMES

U-DRIVE AGENCY OPENED HERE

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

ERIC CHRISTMAS
[PHOTO]

STOP THESE NOISES TOO?

PEGGI BROWN CBC ACTRESS
[PHOTO]

CLASSIFIED ADS

MUSICIANS WANTED!

COMMUNICATIONS

ANOTHER SWIMMING PARTY FOR THE KIDS

[PHOTO]
RUTH SPRINGFORD - CBC

BRACKENDALE

MORE ABOUT SQUAMISH

[PHOTO]
JULIETTE - HEARD OVER CBC

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, August 17, 1950

HOSPITAL PLANS ARE APPROVED

ESCAPES INJURY

CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY

B.C. PULP CO. IS DOING GREAT JOB AT WOODFIBRE

SAYS GARIBALDI PARK WONDERFUL

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

THE SQUAMISH ADVANCE

ADVERTISING RATES

WOODFIBRE

FAST BALL

TENNIS CLUB

CLASSIFIED ADS
FOR SALE

NOTICE TO VOTERS

LARGE CROWD AT GARIBALDI SUNDAY

BRACKENDALE BITS

DOING GREAT JOB

FREE COFFEE

TIPS FOR FLOWER EXHIBITORS AT FAIR

HOSPITAL FUND
DISTRIBUTION NO. 2

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, August 18, 1955

BAKERY TO MOVE TO NEW BUILDING

TOURIST TRAFFIC

FOUR TO CONTEST BY-ELECTION

BEAR KILLED IN TOWN

SUFFERS LEG INJURIES IN FALL
[PHOTO]

PLANS FOR FALL FAIR FINALIZED

LUMBER SHIPMENTS

AN OKANAGAN HOLIDAY

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IS REDECORATED

POOL ARCHITECT VISITS SQUAMISH

ROAD TO BE OPENED IN BRACKENDALE

HINTS FOR FALL FAIR EXHIBITORS

THE CRADLE

CCF COMMITTEE ROOM OPENED

ENJOYING WARM WEATHER HERE

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

ON B.C. ELECTRIC'S CHEAKAMUS PROJECT
[PHOTO]

CITY MEN BUY STEAMSHIP FIRM

FIVE YEARS AGO

POLICE COURT

CCF ELECTION ACTIVITIES

PROM CONCERT
[PHOTO]

PNE OPENS NEXT WEDNESDAY

UNITED CHURCH

CLASSIFIED ADS

SUPPORT JACK THOMAS --- YOUR CCF CANDIDATE

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, August 19, 1954

WORK ON PGE TO START SOON

SWIMMING, DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS

SLIDE DELAYS TRAIN

PROGRESS MADE ON MUNICIPAL HAL

THE CRADLE

SCOUTS CAMPING AT D'ARCY

SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS

GIRL GUIDES ARE ON HOLIDAY TRIP

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

FLOWER GARDENS LOOK GOOD HERE

SMALL BOAT HARBOR IN CONSTANT USE

GARIBALDI

CORINNE CONLEY
[PHOTO]

NOTICE

COMING EVENTS

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

HEARING ON ZONING BYLAW

HELPS TO SOLVE PARKING PROBLEMS

RAILROADER RETIRES FROM PGE LINE

CLASSIFIED ADS

ALCAN MARKS "A" DAY IN B.C.'S INDUSTRIAL HISTORY
[PHOTO]

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, August 2, 1951

TWO LOSE LIVES IN DROWNING ACCIDENT

LOCALS SPLIT IN BALL GAMES

BURNETT'S FETED PRIOR TO THEIR DEPARTURE YESTERDAY

STUDENTS DO WELL IN FINAL EXAMS

SMALL EGGS SHOW DROP IN PRICE

LLOYD PERCIVAL
[PHOTO]

COMES LONG WAY FOR VISIT

2500TH MEMBER

SCHOOL BROADCASTS
STARTING IN SEPTEMBER
[PHOTO]

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

JANE HARKNESS

SQUAMISH SHARES PROVINCIAL TAX

BRACKENDALE

A LETTER TO ENGLAND
[PHOTO]

CLAIMS ROAD IS TO NARROW

NEW CBC BUILDING

SWIMMING LESSONS

RETURNS FROM AUTO TRIP

GETS THREE YEARS FOR BRUTAL ASSAULT ON JUVENILE GIRL

CUCKOO CLOCK HOUSE
[PHOTO]

DRY WEATHER CONTINUES; NO RAIN IN SIGHT

LEICESTER SQUARE
[PHOTO]

BRITANNIA WHARF BEING REPAIRED

CLASSIFIED ADS

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, August 21, 1952

KIDS DAY IS GREAT SUCCESS

PART OF JUDGING BY OUTSIDE PERSONS

SPORTS PROGRAM IS POPULAR

FOREST CLOSURE CONTINUES

WOODFIBRE GIRL WINS SCHOLARSHIP

ANOTHER BREAK IN THE WATER MAIN

BRACKENDALE

ROAD IS REPAIRED

WRITING EXAMS

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

WORK DONE ON NEW DYKE

CARD OF THANKS

CLASSIFIED ADS

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, August 24, 1950

BUILDING BRISK AT SQUAMISH

NEWCASTLE DISEASE STOPS POULTRY SHOW

PROGRAMME DIRECTOR
[PHOTO]

TWIN CHRISTENING

SUMMER SEASON AT GARIBALDI PARK

BOY SCOUTS OFF FOR CAMP

RAILWAY STRIKE

WOODFIBRE

CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

THE SQUAMISH ADVANCE

ADVERTISING RATES

NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS

WOODFIBRE

NOTICE TO VOTERS

ANNOUNCEMENT

CRUISING

VISITOR

WINS SCHOLARSHIP

20,000 ACRES CLEARED BY THE GOVERNMENT

GARDEN PARTY

IN CHARGE

CLASSIFIED ADS

CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, August 25, 1955

NOEL MULHERN IS LAID AT REST

PAVING STARTS NEXT WEEK

WHARF COLLAPSES

LIBERALS CHOOSE GORDON GIBSON
[PHOTO]
GORDON GIBSON

WEBSTER SPEAKS ON CCF POLICY

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

COMING EVENTS

THOMAS ATTACKS BENNETT CONTRACT

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS

SCHOOL BOARD MEETS HERE

PEACE RAIL LINE

SCHOOL REGISTRATION

LEGALS
THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
"LAND ACT"
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY TO PURCHASE LAND

THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
"LAND ACT"
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY TO PURCHASE LAND

THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
"LAND ACT"
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY TO PURCHASE LAND

THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
"LAND ACT"
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY TO PURCHASE LAND

WATCH THOSE CHEQUES

LEGALS

THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
"LAND ACT"
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY TO PURCHASE LAND

THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
"LAND ACT"
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY TO PURCHASE LAND

THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
"LAND ACT"
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY TO PURCHASE LAND

WEBSTER SPEAKS

TWO PUPILS SHARE PTA SCHOLARSHIP

THE CRADLE

UNITED CHURCH

CONSERVATIVES CHOOSE BEN CHERRY

CLASSIFIED ADS

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, August 26, 1954

LOGGER KILLED IN WOODS ACCIDENT

PGE EXTENSION WORK STARTED

SCOUTS ENJOY CAMPING TRIP

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING

SEVEN TEACHERS HIRED HERE

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

TRAIN DELAYED

STRIKE HELPS B.C. LUMBER

BRACKENDALE

LOCAL COUPLE UNITED AT PRETTY WEDDING

VERDICT ON SEPTEMBER

BLOOD DONOR CLINIC AT BRITANNIA BEACH

BRIDAL SHOWER FOR SHIRLEY BAZLEY

SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 48 (HOWE SOUND)

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

CLASSIFIED ADS

SCOUT TRIP

SKIES CONTINUE CLOUDY HERE

AU AUDIENCE GOES TO POTTS
[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, 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, August 3, 1950

24-HOUR TELEPHONE SERVICE FOR SQUAMISH

FOUND DEAD IN HIS CABIN

PGE PUSHING NORTHWARD

COMMUNICATIONS

SCHOOL BUSES FOR BRITANNIA

FEDERAL MINISTER LAUDS PEMBERTON FARM AREA

MCRAE --- BULL

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

SPECIAL FALL FAIR MEETING

COMMUNICATIONS

CLIMB MOUNT CHEAKAMUS

THIS MUST STOP

MOTOR VEHICLE TAX

CLASSIFIED ADS

PREPARING TO OPEN CHALET

TONY'S BARBER
SHOP AND BILLIARD PARLOR

SHOWER IN HONOR OF MISS E. SULLIVAN

BRITISH COLUMBIA MINISTER OF LANDS AND FORESTS
[PHOTO]
HONOURABLE E. T. KENNEY

COAL PRODUCTION UP

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 31, 1950

PRESSING FOR ROAD OUTLET

RAILWAY STRIKE CAUSES MANY PAINS

OPENS NEW QUARTERS

RAIL STRIKE ENDS

AGED PROSPECTOR RUNS INTO GRIEF

PRETTY SUMMER WEDDING SATURDAY

FALL FAIR ON SATURDAY

WINS PRIZES AT THE PNE

MANY PHONES ARE BEING INSTALLED

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

THE SQUAMISH ADVANCE

ADVERTISING RATES

SUMMER WEDDING

NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS

WOODFIBRE
LABOUR DAY

TENDERS

WOODFIBRE

RACE

SOFT BALL

TENNIS

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, August 4, 1955

HENDERSON WINS

SALMON DERBY

THE CRADLE

J. THOMAS IS CCF CANDIDATE
[PHOTO]
JACK THOMAS

SWIMMING POOL PLANNED HERE

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

JAKE AND THE KID
[PHOTO]

MAKES TRIP THROUGH RIDING
[PHOTO]
GORDON GIBSON

POLICE COURT

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

U.S. TIMBER FIRM BUYS ANGLO-CANADIAN CO.

ATTENDS DERBY

CLASSIFIED ADS

SUMMER DRAMA
[PHOTO]

FORMER RESIDENT PASSES AWAY

NO END TO SHIPPING STRIKE

INDUCTION SERVICE AT UNITED CHURCH

SOCRED CONVENTION AT LILLOOET SATURDAY

RAINFALL RECORD SET LAST SUNDAY

JACK ARTHUR
[PHOTO]

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, August 5, 1954

MAKING SURVEY FOR TUNNEL

JAMES JOHNSON PASSES AWAY

PAVING JOB STARTED HERE

VANCOUVER FAIR INVITES EXHIBITS

SINCLAIR'S STATURE

PGE TENDERS FOR RAIL EXTENSION

SALMON DERBY HERE SUNDAY

CONTRACTORS OPEN BUSINESS HERE

PGE REVENUES INCREASING

RETURNS TO KASLO

VERY LITTLE RAIN LAST MONTH

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

GARIBALDI

BRACKENDALE

TRAIL WORK BEING DONE IN THE PARK

[PHOTO]
MINISTER OF EDUCATION
HONORABLE R. G. WILLISTON

ACES WIN FIRST PLAYOFF GAME

MUNICIPAL HALL

COMMUNITY PLAN AND ZONING BY-LAW
HEARING

ENGAGEMENTS

CLASSIFIED ADS

BEE INSPECTOR VISITS SQUAMISH

LITTLE LEAGUERS LOSE PLAYOFF GAME

JACK ARTHUR
[PHOTO]

W.F.A.A. MAKES TRIP TO ALTA LAKE

SHORTAGE OF FLAT CARS ON LINE

COMING EVENTS

GISELE
[PHOTO]

SHOWER IN HONOR OF MRS. R. MASON

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, August 6, 1953

GAGLARDI WANTS REAL ROAD BUILT

SENIOR MATRIC HERE THIS FALL?

POWER WILL BE OFF

FALL FAIR ON LABOR DAY

SINCLAIR SPEAKS AT MEETING HERE

TO CALL FOR TENDERS TO DREDGE CHANNEL

HERE FROM SEATTLE

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

SUPPORT SOCIAL CREDIT
SOCIAL CREDIT REPRESENTATIVES IN OTTAWA MEAN PROGRESS FOR B.C.

SHOE HEADQUARTERS

WELL KNOWN CLIMBER IS PARK RANGER

BRACKENDALE

POLICE COURT

CAUSE QUITE A COMMOTION

INSECT SURVEY BEING MADE HERE

VOTING HOURS FROM 8 A.M. TO 6 P.M.

NOTICE

CLASSIFIED ADS

COMING EVENTS

VERY POPULAR

FISH TAGGING PROBLEM

PEGGY WRAY FETED AT BRIDAL SHOWER

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, August 9, 1951

EXTENSIVE STREET REPAIRS BEING MADE HERE

COOKING TIPS FOR EXHIBITORS

STAN CLARKE HAS BUILDING CONTRACT

SQUAMISH CONCERT ORCHESTRA PLANNED

DOUG NIXON
[PHOTO]

THE SQUAMISH BEE; AN EFFICIENT HONEY BEE

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

MISSING YOUTH KNOWN HERE

THIS WEEK -- LAST YEAR

FALL FAIR PRIZE LISTS NOW READY

AND STILL NO RAIN IN SIGHT

LUCILLE DUMONT
[PHOTO]

CLASSIFIED ADS

CARD OF THANKS

MUSICIANS WANTED!

LOCAL ANGLERS GET LARGE FISH

BRACKENDALE

SKOAL!

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, December 1, 1955

LIBRARY FUND WELL OVER TOP

SILVER THAW FOLLOWS SNOW

EARLY WINTER HALTS LOGGING HERE

VALLEY ROADS ARE A DISGRACE

SEVERELY HURT IN ACCIDENT

SKI CLUB PLANS FOR BUSY SEASON

LADIES CHURCH GROUP FORMED AT SHOPS

PUBLIC NOTICE

LOCALS AND PERSONAL

JAMES SINCLAIR TO ATTEND BANQUET

CHRISTMAS MAIL

TODAY IS NATIONAL SAFE DRIVING DAY

"MR. TIMEKILLER" TO BE PRESENTED HERE

POLICE COURT

TRUCK GOES OVER HILL

THE CORPORATION OF THE VILLAGE OF SQUAMISH

CLASSIFIED ADS

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, December 10, 1953

W. COSMAN NEW BOARD PREXY

ESCAPE INJURY IN COLLISION

BOWMAN IS NEW PGE MANAGER

JAMES NEIL PASSES SUDDENLY

WILL OUR PGE SECURE DOUGH?

ROAD PAVING PLANNED FOR '54

HEAVY WINDS HIT HOWE SOUND AREA

SNOW CLOSES SOME LOGGING OPERATIONS

CONTRACT FOR BOAT CHANNEL

PGE FEATURED ON "B.C. PROFILE"

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

WATER OFF

NEW MATRON FOR LOCAL HOSPITAL

COMING EVENTS

PART OF ADDRESS FROM BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA ANNUAL MEETING

PGE EMPLOYEE DIES SUDDENLY

AWARD FOR COMMENTATOR
[PHOTO]

THE CRADLE

HI-SCHOOL HI-LITES

CHRISTMAS FANTASY

CLASSIFIED ADS

ALL YULETIDE GREETING

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, December 14, 1950

TWO NEW BUSINESSES STARTED IN SQUAMISH

REQUEST PHONE SERVICE TO DOCK

CHRISTMAS SEAL SALE OVER QUOTA

KOREAN REPORTER
[PHOTO]

AROUND TOWN

CGIT TO HOLD VESPER SERVICE

HURFORD -- TAYLOR

ANGLICAN W.A. ANNUAL MEETING

FURRY CREEK HOME DESTROYED IN FIRE

A. GROSS HEADS ELKS

WOODFIBRE

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

FIRE DESTROYS GARIBALDI HOME

CLASSIFIED ADS

ANITA GORDON
[PHOTO]

FRED HUME NEW VANCOUVER MAYOR

BRACKENDALE

TRADE BOARD PLANS NEW YEAR'S EVE BALL

Squamish Advance: Thursday, December 15, 1955

CLARKE, BISHOP ARE RE-ELECTED

RATEPAYERS GROUP FORMED AT SHOPS

CGIT HOLDS VESPER SERVICE

ASKING FOR A SCHOOL BUS

BEHRNER HEADS BOARD OF TRADE

ALUMINUM PLANT FOR SQUAMISH?

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

COMING EVENTS

STUDENTS GET LONG YULE HOLIDAY

THE CRADLE

AUDIENCE ENJOYS "MR. TIMEKILLER"

POLICE COURT

PROGRESS MADE ON RAILWAY BRIDGE

CITY GROUP ASKS FOR FIREWORKS BAN

APPEARS BEFORE SLOAN COMMISSION

FIFTEEN YEARS IN SHOWBIZ
[PHOTO]

POWER NEEDS HAVE GROWN

MANY WINNERS AT GUN CLUB'S XMAS SHOOT

POEMS READ ON CBC

CHRISTMAS PARTY

COLDER WEATHER

CARD OF THANKS

CLASSIFIED ADS

THE COMMODORES
[PHOTO]

Squamish Advance

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