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Squamish Advance: Thursday, January 5, 1956

1955 SETS EARLY COLD RECORD

MAN DROWNED IN ACCIDENT HERE

ARCTIC PICTURES SHOWN HERE

P. BRENNAN IS LAID AT REST

WONDERFUL ARTICLE ON GARIBALDI PARK

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

A MAN AND A MAID
[PHOTO]

TENDERS RECEIVED

BRACKENDALE SCHOOL OPENED ON TUESDAY

MANY ATTEND NEW YEAR'S EVE BALL

THE CRADLE

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

OPTOMETRIST HONORED

ATTENTION

NEWS SERVICE ANNIVERSARY

WILLIAM CAULFIELD PASSED AWAY

GARIBALDI PARK

COMING EVENTS

POLICE COURT

CARD OF THANKS

CLASSIFIED ADS

A WINTER PARADISE
[PHOTO]

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, March 15, 1956

STORM DRAIN FOR SQUAMISH

THE LOGGER IS A FARMER

STAN CLARKE IS GOOD CITIZEN

COMMISSIONERS IN REGULAR MEET

TRAILER BURNS AT NORTH YARDS

COMMUNICATION

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

THE CRADLE

POLICE COURT

NOTICE OF CANCELLATION AND ESTABLISHMENT OF RESERVE

COMING EVENTS

CLASSIFIED ADS

COMING EVENTS

COMMUNICATIONS

PEMBERTON

THE RHYTHM PALS
[PHOTO]

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, March 8, 1956

BAD ACCIDENT ON PGE RAILWAY

LEGION ELECTS NEW OFFICERS

PEMBERTON

[PHOTO]

CHAPMAN --- TAYLOR

COMMUNICATIONS

EMERGENCY POWER FOR HERE

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

COMING EVENTS

THE CRADLE

CLASSIFIED ADS

SNOW PLAY LEAVES TRACK

PLENTY OF WORK AHEAD IN PROVINCE

PUBLIC MEETING

SCHOOL REFERENDUM

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, February 9, 1956

PGE TRAINS TO BE RADIO OPERATED

SEWERAGE PLAN FOR SQUAMISH

HIGHER GRANTS FOR MUNICIPALITIES

HIGHWAY WILL BE EXTENDED

NEW SCHOOL BUILDING BYLAW

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

COMING EVENTS

ROAD TO GARIBALDI WITHIN THREE YEARS

POLICE COURT

CAPTURED IN EAST

ASKS FOR PARK SITES ALONG NEW HIGHWAY

CLASSIFIED ADS

SCHOOL BY-LAW

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

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, February 2, 1956

COLD WEATHER HITS VALLEY

PGE PLANS TO BUY BUDD CARS

BEEKEEPING COURSE TO BE HELD HERE

NEW ROAD BRIDGE OPENED

DISCUSS PLANS FOR POOL

LOCAL ROADS WILL BE IMPROVED
[PHOTO]

POURING CEMENT FOR PGE BRIDGE

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

THE CRADLE

BASKETBALL GAMES

POWER OUTAGE

COMING EVENTS

LOGGING

THE CORPORATION OF THE VILLAGE OF SQUAMISH

B.C. SUPPORTS HEALTH INSURANCE PLAN

POLICE COURT

RAILWAY BRIDGE

CHANGE IN DATES FOR TALKS

CLASSIFIED ADS

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, January 26, 1956

LOCAL ROADS ARE IMPOSSIBLE

RATEPAYERS SEND DELEGATION

LOOKING FOR THE 'GOOD CITIZEN'

PTA HAS LARGE MEMBERSHIP

LOCAL FIRM OBTAINS FORD DEALERSHIP

PTA GROUP FORMED AT PEMBERTON

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

THE CRADLE

CORRECTION

EIGHT WOLF CUBS INVESTED HERE

BASKETBALL GAME

LIBRARY WILL OPEN NEXT WEDNESDAY

ANNUAL BANQUET

CHEAKAMUS DEVELOPMENT
[MAP]

NEW CLOTHING SHOP TO OPEN SATURDAY

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

CLASSIFIED ADS

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, January 12, 1956

WILL SECOND THRONE SPEECH

JACOBSEN HEADS COMMISSIONERS

WILL DEVELOP GARIBALDI PARK

1955 PUBLIC HEALTH REPORT

PGE CONDUCTOR RETIRES

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

ATTENTION

NEW SKI TOW IS VERY POPULAR

COMING EVENTS

GO 'ALL OUT' ON GARIBALDI

CARD OF THANKS

GREECE --- LEGEND AND SONG
[PHOTO]

BUSINESS ACTIVITY IN B.C. DURING 1955

BUSINESS REPORT

PUBLIC HEALTH REPORT

CARD OF THANKS

CARD OF THANKS

INSTALLING GAUGE ON SQUAMISH RIVER

COMING EVENTS

THE CRADLE

CLASSIFIED ADS

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, January 19, 1956

LIBRARY TO OPEN FEBRUARY 1

INCREASE IN BUILDING HERE

MILDER WEATHER HERE THIS WEEK

VILLAGE AND SCHOOL TAXES

CALLS FOR IMPROVEMENTS

MAN KILLED IN ACCIDENT

CANCELS TRIP
[PHOTO]

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

VILLAGE ASKS FOR BAN ON FIREWORKS

FARMER'S INSTITUTE ELECTS OFFICERS

INSTRUCTION COURSE FOR TRUCK DRIVERS

SCHOOL BOARD IN SPECIAL SESSION

HIGH PERCENTAGE OF TAXES COLLECTED

POLICE COURT

ATTENTION PARENTS

THE LENNICKS
[PHOTO]

PGE RETURNS TO NORTH SHORE

BUFFREY HEADS RATEPAYERS

WALTZ IN CAFE BEING REDECORATED

LOCAL CCF CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS

LES WAY
[PHOTO]

CLASSIFIED ADS

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, March 22, 1956

DAWSON - MACKUS

GARIBALDI PARK STILL IN NEWS

A CENTURY TO CELEBRATE B.C.

ELECTRIC MAN DIES SUDDENLY

LEGION BUILDING
[PHOTO]

SECOND FIRE AT NORTH YARDS

BADMINTON TOURNAMENT

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

BRACKENDALE

CLASSIFIED ADS

WOODFIBRE

THE CRADLE

COMING EVENTS

ST. JOHN'S ANGLICAN CHURCH

NOTICE OF CANCELLATION
AND
ESTABLISHMENT OF RESERVE

NEW ALPHABET FOR OBSERVERS

Squamish Advance

Squamish Times: Wednesday, May 1, 1957

[MAP]
MAP shows the Upper Levels Highway from Vancouver to Squamish which is nearing completion. The Lions Bay subdivision is opposite Boyer Island marked on the map. The setting boasts some of the most wonderful scenery on the coast. The plateau nestles below the famous Lions, Vancouver's hallmark, with excellent beach and bathing facilities.

NSF CHEQUE BRING FINE, JAIL TERM; TEST CASE BROUGHT BY LOCAL DEALER

VLA PLAN SUB-DIVISION HOUSING DEVELOPMENT FOR SQUAMISH

$500,000 SHOPPING CENTER FOR LIONS BAY SUBDIVISION

PUBLIC MEETING WITH PREMIER SOUGHT BY BOARD OF TRADE; MORE DETAILS NEEDED

MACKENZIES RENOVATE

TIMES TO OPEN OFFICES SOON

THE HOWE SOUND TIMES
PUBLISHED BY CLAUDE S. Q. HOODSPITH - JOHN A. D. WUTTUNEE
EVERY THURSDAY AT SQUAMISH, B.C.

A NEWSPAPER IS BORN

ELECTRONIC EYE FOR THE BLIND
[PHOTO]

SINCLAIR AND B. OF T. GET BETTER MAIL SERVICE ON P.G.E.

CROSSWORD
BY A. C. GORDON
[CROSSWORD PUZZLE]

STEELHEAD STRIKE FOR FISHING DERBY

LIBRARY ADDS NEW BOOKS

BRACKENDALE BRIEFS
MRS GWEN JUDD

CHURCH NOTICES
SUNDAY, APRIL 28, 1957

TRAFFIC CONTROL NEEDED FOR BUSY STREETS

SQUAMISH VALLEY ANNUAL SPORTS CAPADES ANNOUNCED

DIAMOND HEAD HAS RECORD TOURIST CROWD

CLASSIFIED ADS

CLASSIFIED RATES

FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS

PERSONAL

BIRTHS

BUILDING SUPPLIES FIRM OPENS HERE

LIBRARY BOARD NAMES OFFICERS

BRITANNIA REPORTS PORT REVENUE

TOO MANY TOOTS FROM P.G.E. TRAIN

WHERE DOES THE SQUAMISH L.C.B. GET ITS WATER?

Squamish Times

Squamish Times: Wednesday, May 15, 1957

LARGEST MAY DAY EVENTS PLANNED FOR SQUAMISH

LOCAL PUBLISHER WILLOUGHBY DIES

MERCHANT DISCUSS STORE HOURS FOR SQUAMISH BUSINESS DISTRICT

KEEP OFF GRASS PLEASE!

HOSPITAL ADDS BEDS

OPERATING EXPENDITURES FOR SCHOOL BOARD UP

MRS JAMES SMITH HEADS WA

STRIKE MENACE

FIGHTING FIRES PUBLIC DUTY

[CROSSWORD PUZZLE]

MERCHANT PREPARE FOR BUSY YEARS

HOME COOKING SALE

MACKENZIE'S NOW AFFILIATED WITH MARSHALL-WELLS GROUP

CORRECTION

HOWE TO SPEAK AT WEST VAN

CLASSIFIED ADS

FOR SALE MISC.

HELP WANTED

CARPENTRY

WANTED TO RENT

PERSONAL

NEW DRUGGIST AT YARWOODS

100% TURNOUT TO POLIO CLINIC

MAKES A HABIT OF NEAR-DEATH
[PHOTO]

HOSPITAL WA HAVE ACTIVE MAY

NEW DRY PLEANING PLANT FOR SQUAMISH

BIRTHS

BOARD NAMED FOR ALICE LAKE

MISS PEARL STARK WEDS ROBERT TAYLOR AT PEMBERTON

Squamish Times: Thursday, May 22, 1958

WOODFIBRE QUEEN CROWNED MAY 24

BRITANNIA QUEEN IS BETTY BRADLEY

SOCIAL NOTES

[PHOTO]
COWBOY RECEIVING

NO FIRES IN SQUAMISH AREA
DRY WEATHER BRINGS INCREASED FIRE HAZARD

ST. JOSEPH'S HOLDS

MISSION FOR WEEK

OFFICERS ELECTED TO PGE ASSOCIATION

GOVERNMENT GRANTS UP PAVING APPROPRIATIONS
STREET PAVING GRANT $6500 MATCHED BY VILLAGE

SQUAMISH UNITED PASTOR RETIRES
[REVEREND HAROLD S. CLUGSTON]

IMPRESSIVE RECORD
FORMER LOCAL STUDENTS GRADUATE IN HOSPITAL, UNIVERSITY EXAMS

DECIDE TO SELL PGE COMMUNITY HALL

[PHOTO]
JANE MUSKETT

A PILL FOR PHIL

KEEPING WOMEN IN THEIR PLACE..

THE HAPPIEST DAY OF THE YEAR..

WHY THE CHEMISE DISGUISE...?

[CARTOON]

WEEKLY BROWSINGS
BY JIM BAUGH

SCOUT AND CUB NEWS BRIEFS
BY ROSS CAMERON

BISHOP BROTHERS' MOTHER DIES AT 96

CLASSIFIED ADS

DATES TO REMEMBER

FORMER STUDENTS GUEST SPEAKERS

HIGH SCHOOL GRADS AND THEIR PLANS

JANE MUSKETT AWARDED FOUR-YEAR SCHOLARSHIP

[PHOTO]

SHELL OIL AWARD
SCOUT AUXILIARY WINS $1,000 SAFETY AWARD

SOCIAL NOTES

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: Wednesday, May 29, 1957

SALMON SPAWNING BEDS TO BE BUILT AT CHEEKYE

24TH OF MAY SPORTS DAY ATTRACTS RECORD NUMBER OF CONTESTANTS

ST. JOHN'S CHURCH TO HOLD MISSION

OIL COMPANY OPEN NEW BOAT SERVICE

NICK FESCHUK MARKS 7TH YEAR DRIVING SCHOOL BUS

MAIL DELIVERY ON TUESDAYS

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT STILL HOLDS TO PROMISE

TRACK TEAM PICNIC HERE

BERNARD BROWN HEADS MERCHANTS

POLICE COURT

SQUAMISH STORES TO ASK FOR FRIDAY NIGHT OPENING

REC. LEADERSHIP CLASSES IN VICTORIA

PEOPLE TRAVELLING

[PHOTO]
HON. JAMES SINCLAIR , MINISTER

W.C. CAMPBELL HEADS NEW TEACHER APPOINTMENTS FOR SQUAMISH

FISH FIND STREAM THROUGH TASTE

WORK PARTY FOR CEMETERY

SINCLAIR WAITING FOR PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT TO BUILD ROAD TO GARIBALDI

VISITORS FROM NEW YORK

SQUAMISH HOMES ARE VULNERABLE

TIME TO INCREASE PENSIONS

BIRTHS

HOW TO LIVE THROUGH THE SUMMER
A REMINDER FROM THE HEALTH LEAGUE OF CANADA

BIRTHDAY PARTY HELD FOR CARYL COSMAN

CLASSIFIED ADS

FOR SALE MISC.

HELP WANTED

CARPENTRY

PERSONAL

(CROSSWORD PUZZLE ANSWER FOR LAST WEEK)
[CROSSWORD]

Squamish Times

Squamish Times: Wednesday, June 12, 1957

SQUAMISH-PEMBERTON VALLEYS RECORD LARGEST VOTE IN RETURNING SINCLAIR

COMMISSION OK NEW TOWN AREA

BRITANNIA BEACH MAN WEDS

SOCIAL NOTES

GRADUATES ENJOY DEAN SCARFE TALK

RAY STREET CENTENNIAL HEAD

PEMBERTON NEWS
BY MRS. GRETEL WATSON

LIBRARY BUILDING PLANNED AS CENTENNIAL PROJECT

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

EIGHT CROSSINGS WITHOUT SIGNALS

CHURCH NOTICES
SUNDAY, JUNE 16, 1957

TEACHER TRANSFERS ANNOUNCED

RAY STREET CENTENNIAL HEAD

PARTY HELD FOR MRS. M . SMITH

SLOW DOWN AND LIVE!

GLORIFIED BABY-SITTERS

SLOGAN FOR SHORTS

EVANGELIST CENTRE EXPANDS

CLASSIFIED ADS

FOR SALE

WANTED TO BUY

WANTED TO RENT

LOST

HELP WANTED

CARPENTRY

PERSONAL

Squamish Times

Squamish Times: Wednesday, June 5, 1957

VOTE 9 A.M. TO 7 P.M. FOR CANDIDATES IN COAST CAPILANO RIDING

LIBERAL JAMES SINCLAIR
[PHOTO]

PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE WILLIAM PAYNE
[PHOTO]

C.C.F. HUGH CLIFFORD
[PHOTO]

SOCIAL CREDIT EVELYN FINGARSON
[PHOTO]

LET US FACE THE FACTS

MANY HANDS NEEDED

DRIVERS NEEDED

SOCIAL NOTES

ELECTIONS ARE WON BY A SINGLE VOTE

PROPER PLACING OF REFUGEES

THE WORD TO A CHILD

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

B. C. CENTENARY MADE KNOWN

OUT TOWN
BY JACK SCOTT
PLACE DROPPERS

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
ANNUAL MEETING OF MOTHER CHURCH
SEES HUMANITY GAINING FREEDOM

PROCON LEADER MIXES WITH UNION

CONTEMPORARY OPINION
LET'S SPEAK UP

ON LIGHTER SIDE

TEEN TOPICS
BY SANDRA GREER

NOW IT CAN BE TOLD
[PHOTO]

SCHOOL $1,700,000 BUILDING PROGRAM NEARING COMPLETION IN VALLEY

FORMER RESIDENT DIES IN WINNIPEG

[PHOTO]
HALIBUT STEAK

BIRTHS

POLICE COURT

[DRAWING]

SHY OF BLOOM?
CUT FLOWERS

THE GARDEN PICTURE

GROWN FROM SEED

BEST CHOICE

PROTECT SEED

PANSIES RANUNCULUS

RELATIONS VISIT REVEREND AND MRS MCNEIL

B.C.E. TO SPEND $25,000,000

[PHOTO]
REVEREND H. S. CLUGSTON, B.D.

SOCIAL NOTES

USE PENCIL SUPPLIED; OTHERWISE VOTE LOST

WEEKLY X-WORD PUZZLE
[CROSSWORD]

[PHOTO]
PRESENTED TO QUEEN

RADFORD STARS IN TRACK MEET

FERTILE SOIL, IF IRRIGATED
[CARTOON]

LAST ELECTION SAW SINCLAIR RETAIN SEAT WITH HIGHEST B.C. MAJORITY

LET'S EAT
BY IDA BAILEY ALLEN
TOMORROW'S DINNER
SUNDAY DINNER

AROUND THE GARDEN
BY E.L.S.
THE RECK DAPHNE

AETHIONEMA

HYPERICUM

SUMMER BLOOM

REVEREND HAROLD CLUGSTON TO TAKE OVER REVEREND MCNEIL AT SQUAMISH UNITED

NEW HOME FOR SCHOOL BOARD

[PHOTO]
CHECKERBOARD UPSIDE DOWN CAKE

DEAN SCARLE SPEAKS TO GRADUATES

PLANS UNDER THE WAY FOR BIG FALL FAIR ON LABOR DAY

LIONS CLUB BINGO NEXT THURSDAY

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR MRS. ADAMSON

'THE CHIEFTAIN' HOTEL TO BE OPENED THIS YEAR: COST OVER $300,000

HARDY FRAMEWORKS FOR APPLE TREES IN BRTISH COLUMBIA

GIRL GUIDES TO HOLD TEA AND BAKE SALE

OUT ON A LIMB
BY SCAMPY MCCULLOCH

RAISE FAMILY WHILE STUDYING
[PHOTO]

CLASSIFIED ADS

DEATHS

PERSONAL

CARPENTRY

PERSONALS

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: Wednesday, July 10, 1957

[PHOTO]
THE SNOWY DOME of Mount Garibaldi

VANCOUVER BOARD OF TRADE HEAR PLEA FOR SUPPORT TO OPEN PARK

[PHOTO]
WAYS AND MEANS of promoting the tourist industry in this area was discussed by the Transportation and Customs Bureau of the Vancouver Board of Trade

SQUAMISH PERSONALS

TO INVESTIGATE FLOOD HAZARD

SQUAMISH ASSOCIATION JOIN FORCES FOR CENTENNIAL LIBRARY CENTRE

HUGE TRANSFORMER TO STOP OUTAGES

JUNIOR BASEBALL SEASON CLOSING

[PHOTO]
T. G. CARTER
SCHOOL INSPECTOR

BRACKENDALE NEWS

VICTORIA HONORS GIRL GUIDES

NORTH YARD NEWS

[PHOTO]
Chaplain of the Squamish Canadian League Branch 115, Reverend A. O. McNeil, above, left

WHAT IDENTITY FOR WE METROPOLITANS

TEENAGE DRIVERS

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

PATIENCE A VIRTUE SAYS EDITOR; VIRTUE NOW BEING TESTED BY P.O.

CPR MAN RETIRES IN JUNE

FLAG STOP HERE IF LAND DONATED

CLASSIFIED ADS

PERSONAL

LOST

ROOM AND BOARD

FOR SALE

HELP WANTED

WANTED TO BUY

CLUB ACTIVITIES
BY PAT FLACK

Squamish Times

Squamish Times: Wednesday, June 19, 1957

[PHOTO]

STAR SHINE FOR S.H.S. STUDENTS

CABLE TELEVISION NOW OPERATING FOR MOUNT SHEER HOMES, BRITANNIA NEXT
BY PAT MCCAWLEY
[PHOTO]
CYRIL FITCH

PAVING OF SECONDARY STREETS CONSIDERED BY SQUAMISH BOARD

TOP SOIL SUPPLY FOUND IN DRY LAKE

TAXPAYERS FIGHT PLAN FOR SEWERAGE DUMPING FROM SUB-DIVISION DEVEL

[PHOTO]
Leaving soon for a prolonged holiday in Great Britain is Ken Richardson,

G. F. SHAW POSTED HERE

BRACKENDALE FOLK ATTEND CONVENTION

SCHOLARSHIP WINNER ALLAN DENT
[PHOTO]

MRS. GEDGE HEADS WOMEN'S GROUP

NEW BUILDING BY-LAWS PROPOSED

ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
REVEREND C. H. GIBBS

WATER SAFETY WEEK -- JUNE 16 TO 22

WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?

NEW VILLAGE DUMP CLOSED TO PUBLIC

[PHOTO]
SHADE OF THE SPHINX

FRONT PAGE NEWS

SERIOUS THINKING
LETTER TO PRESIDENT OF U.S.A.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

MIDGETS UNITE!

WITHIN HIS TUNE

CONTEMPORARY OPINION
MEN IN OFF-WHITE

ON LIGHTER SIDE

MOUNT SHEER NEWS
BY MR. AND MRS. PAT MCCAWLEY

NEWTON STEACY REPORTS ON PGE DEVELOPMENT IN NORTH

[PHOTO]

HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF AGAIN

AROUND THE GARDEN
BY E.L.S.
GROWING PRIMROSES FROM SEED

GREAT NORTHERN BUYS PROPANE GAS FIRM

BARBARA GRANT OUTLINES PLANS FOR EXCITING 3-MONTH TOUR OF EUROPE

TOWNSPEOPLE DRESS IN COSTUMES OF 1845 FOR CHURCH CEREMONY

PRINCE PHILIP BECOMES INTERNATIONAL TELEVISION STAR
[PHOTOS]

YOUR FAMILY'S HEALTH
THE PROBLEM OF OLD AGE

SOCIAL NOTES

RESEARCH DONE ON POTATOES

[PHOTO]
NEW CPAL ROUTE TO LISBON

LET'S EAT
BY IDA BAILEY ALLEN

CROSSWORD
BY A. C. GORDON
[CROSSWORD PUZZLE]

GARDEN-GRAPH
BY DEAN HALLIDAY
[DRAWING]

2500 FT. DAM FOR SQUAMISH POWER

[PHOTO]
MART KENNEY

[PHOTO]
NORMA LOCKE

[PHOTO]

FASHIONS
[DRAWING]

NEW PICNIC SITE GETS "GREEN TIMBERS" NAME

[PHOTO]
FASHION A FAN

FAN TANS

[PHOTO]
Arthur Askey, Britain's pocket sized comedian, with Sabrina who takes part in his latest Variety series "Askey, Galore!"

CENTURY SAM SAYS

TROUT FISHING FOR YOUNGSTERS ONLY ON THIS STREAM
[PHOTO]

LOCAL NIMRODS WIN JUNIOR TROPHY

HOWE SOUND ZONE TRACK AND FIELD MEET RESULTS

OUR TOWN
BY JACK SCOTT

A NEW WRITER

CHRISTIAN WAY
IMAGINATION AND VISION
BY ANDREW LUM

SOCIAL NOTES

NEW ARRIVALS

CLASSIFIED ADS

FOR SALE

WANTED TO BUY

PERSONAL

CORPORATION OF THE VILLAGE OF SQUAMISH

Squamish Times

Squamish Times: Wednesday, July 17, 1957

MOUNT SHEER DOMINION DAY
BY PAT MCCAWLEY

[PHOTO]
DESERT RIDERS

$16,857 PAVING CONTRACT LET TO E. R. TAYLOR FOR ONE MILE ROAD

LEGION BRANCH FOR MOUNT SHEER

PERSONALS

SCOUTS HOLIDAY IN CARIBOO

LIBRARY TO SPONSOR READING CLASSES

NEW OFFICE FOR 'TIMES'

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT DEVELOPMENT OF ALICE LAKE PARK RECOMMENDED

PLAYING IN BOAT RESULTS IN DEATH

PSL ANNOUNCES SUMMER SCHEDULE

TAX RETURNS AT HIGH LEVEL

[PHOTO]
WILF MUNTON

BRACKENDALE BRIEFS
BY MRS. SCOTT MACDONALD

LEGION BRANCH FOR MOUNT SHEER

PERSONALS

LIBRARY TO SPONSOR READING CLASSES

[PHOTO]
Americas most thrilling out door Fair act, the famous "Sky Kings" shown above at the Texas State Fair will be a free attraction at the 1957 Pacific National Exhibition, Vancouver B.C., August 21to September 2.

NEW OFFICE FOR 'TIMES'

BIRTHS

BE CAREFUL AND LIVE LONGER

TOURISM MUST BE DEVELOPED

TEEN TOPICS
BY SANDRA GREER

OUT TOWN
BY JACK SCOTT
MIGHTY LOW

CONTEMPORARY OPINION
AUTOMATION

SERIOUS THINKING
TEENAGE TERRORS TAMED BY TENDERNESS

PEMBERTON NEWS
BY GRETHYLL WATSON

NATURE SCRAPBOOK
BY MILL BYRING
WOOD RESISTS HEAT

FEATHER FACTS

'CENTURY SAM SAYS'
BY CENTURY SAM

OUT ON A LIMB
BY STUMY MCCULLOCH

[PHOTO]
Rollicking Billy O'Connor will be back this summer on CBC TV with a light entertainment show.

7-UP IN JELLO

OUR TOWN
BY JACK SCOTT
DRY JOURNEY

CHRISTIAN WAY
GROWING UP IN A RECOTRY
BY ANDREW LAM

CLASSIFIED ADS

PERSONAL

HELP WANTED

WANTED TO BUY

FOR SALE

Squamish Times

Squamish Times: Wednesday, July 3, 1957

NEW HOME FOR SCHOOL BOARD
[PHOTO]

STAR THEATRE SOLD TO LOCAL MEN

STREET NAMES HAVE HISTORY

PEMBERTON NEWS

PORT HARDY CRASH VICTIM KNOWN HERE

JACK WONG TO BUILD NEW CAFE

FAREWELL PARTY FOR THE KAZYKS

LEGION EXECUTIVE HOLD MEETING

BRACKENDALE NEWS
BY MRS. SCOTT MCDONALD

TIDY PICNICKERS KEEP PAR, CLEAN

RECORD CROWD SEES GRADUATION EXERCISES AT BRACKENDALE SCHOOL
BY MRS. SCOTT MCDONALD

P-TA SPONSOR READING CLUB

[PHOTO]
Albert Atkin has been awarded

[PHOTO]
Off to his homeland, Norway, for a months holiday, is John F. Jacobsen, manager of Empire Mills and chairman of the board of commissioners of the Corporation of the Village of Squamish.

LAW DEMANDS CONTRACTORS REPAIR BROKEN SIDEWALKS

UNION PACIFIC OPEN LUMBER SERVICE FROM SQUAMISH

LEGION HOSTS TO ZONE COUNCIL

PLANE SPOTTERS ATTEND CONFERENCE

THE RAINY DAY

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

7-UP CRUMBLY PEACH PIE

[PHOTO]
L. J. "LOU" GROOM

[PHOTO]
R. T. "DICK" LEAH

PERSONALS

YOUR FAMILY'S HEALTH
CHILDREN WITH ECZEMA CAN CATCH SERIOUS DISEASE FROM SMALLPOX VACCINATED FRIENDS

REVEREND ALBERT MCNEIL ORDAINED IN VANCOUVER

CLASSIFIED ADS

PERSONAL

LOST

FOR SALE

NOTICE

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: Wednesday, July 24, 1957

[PHOTO]
CUBS AND THEIR FATHERS

SQUAMISH NURSES ACCEPT SALARY INCREASE JULY 1ST

POLICE COURT

PRESENTATION OF AMBULANCE TO HIGHLIGHT FALL FAIR ON LABOR DAY

APPOINTMENTS AND RESIGNATIONS FOR SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 48

FALL FAIR TO SET RECORD

HAROLD BAILEY TURNS UP ODD FACTS WITH WEATHER RECORDINGS

PERSONALS

LOCAL YOUTHS ATTEND JUNIOR FOREST WARDEN CAMPS

BIRTHS

[PHOTO]
NEW PRESIDENT of the West Vancouver Lions, Pat McGillivray, left, was installed in office by Wilf Munton, newly-elected vice-president of the Lions Club Associations of Canada, and a former president of the West Van Club.

[PHOTO]
HAROLD BAILEY

LET'S NOT GATHER ANY MOSS

THE WEEKEND PREDICTIONS

[CARTOON]

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
RE PETITION FOR INCORPORATION OF THE CITY OF SQUAMISH

SERIOUS THINKING
DESTRUCTION BY TAXATION

CONTEMPORARY OPINION
AH YOUTH

ONTARIO MAN PRAISES P.G.E.

OUT ON A LIMB
BY STUMPY MCCULLOCH

NATURE SCRAPBOOK
CENSUS TAKING OF BIG GAME ANIMALS FROM AIRCRAFT

BETTER GOLFING WITH WOODEN SHOES

OLD FLOOR

FACTORY GROWN TIMBERS

[PHOTO]
LIEUTENANT GENERAL GRAHAM

SCHOOL BOARD OK BLACK WATER SCHOOL

CHRISTIAN WAY
GROWING UP IN A RECTORY
BY BABE

7-UP CRUMBLY PEACH PIE

OUT ON A LIMB

[PHOTO]
"BATISSE."

CROSSWORD
BY A. C. GORDON
[CROSSWORD PUZZLE]

BY JACK SCOTT
THE SIMPLE LIFE

SUMMER SHRUBS - SUMMER PRUNING
BY E. L. S.

OUT ON A LIMB
BY STUMPY MCCULLOCH

WIFE PRESERVERS
[DRAWING]

SIXTH NEW RCN WARSHIP TO BE COMMISSIONED JUNE 28
[PHOTO]

PERSONALS

7-UP IN JELLO

FASHIONS

[PHOTO]

[PHOTO]

ON THE LIGHTER SIDE

LET'S EAT
BY IDA BAILEY ALLEN

7-UP FISH FILLET

MR. ELGIN TETACHUCK MARRIES SHARON ANDERSON OF VANCOUVER

RECIPES FOR GOOD EATING

CORN FRITTERS

GREEN RICE

SEEDING, PIPE LAYING NOW PART OF PRAIRIE SCENE
[PHOTO]

CROSSWORD
BY A. C. GORDON
[CROSSWORD PUZZLE]

CROSSES CONTINENT TO ATTEND THE MET
[PHOTO]

ON LIGHTER SIDE

'CENTURY SAM SAYS'
CENTURY SAM SAYS

[PHOTO]
SALAD WEEK
GOOD SALAD FOR LUNCHEON OR SUPPER

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

NATURE SCRAPBOOK
BY BILL MYRING

$50,000 WORTH OF GIRLS' BEST FRIEND
[PHOTO]

C. THORNE HEADS RATEPAYERS ASSOCIATION

FORESTRY ASSOCIATION TO PROVIDE CAMPING INFORMATION SERVICE FOR SQUAMISH

FASHIONS

PGE STATION WANTED BY MERCHANTS

[PHOTO]
HALIBUT SALAD, TEMPTING SUPPER

WOMEN'S INSTITUTES TO COMPILE B.C. COOKBOOK FOR CENTENNIAL

VANCOUVER PARTY TO HOST PREMIER

LOCAL FIRM QUALIFIES FOR SAW CHAIN SERVICE GROUP

[PHOTO]

LINDA STREET AT HANEY

OUR TOWN
BY JACK SCOTT
NEW FRIENDS

'CENTURY SAM SAYS'
BY CENTURY SAM

[PHOTOS]

CLASSIFIED ADS

PERSONAL

FOR SALE

SITUATION WANTED

WANTED TO BUY

HELP WANTED

FOR RENT

BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR GRANT YOUNG

PATRICIA MAHOOD HONORED AT PARTY

MANY ATTEND NEW ABATTOIR

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, 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

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