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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 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, 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, November 8, 1951

HOSPITAL SOCIETY IS FORMED IN SQUAMISH

DANCE IS SUCCESS

TO DREDGE HARBOR

BRACKENDALE

LOGGING FIRMS TOILING HARD

BOY SCOUT NEWS

REMEMBRANCE SERVICE NOVEMBER 1

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

STILL BEER HERE

[PHOTO]
LET'S MAKE AN OPERA - OVER CBC

SCHOOL TEAM WINS OPENING GAME

HOWE SOUNDINGS
BY WHOSIT

NEWS ROUNDUP
[PHOTO]

POST OFFICE URGES EARLY MAILING

THIS WEEK - LAST YEAR

ALLISON GRANT
[PHOTO]

MARY MORRISON
[PHOTO]

PUBLIC NOTICE

NEW LINE BUILDING FOR B.C. ELECTRIC

CLASSIFIED ADS

TO OPEN SOON

LEGION DEDICATION, BANQUET SATURDAY

SUNSHINE SOCIETY
[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 Review: Tuesday, February 15, 1949

BOARD OF TRADE HOLDS REGULAR MEETING FEBRUARY 2

PENTICOSTAL CHURCH FOR SQUAMISH

SUCCESSFUL WHIST DRIVE HELD BY W.A.

[PHOTO]
CBC MOVIE CRITIC

SQUAMISH SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE DRAWS UP RULES

LANDING CRAFT MARRED

GET DOG LICENSE NOW

JUNIOR BADMINTON GROUP ENJOY PARTY IN HALL

SQUAMISH COMMISSIONERS PREPARE FOR BUSY YEAR

WORK ON PARK GETS UNDER WAY

NEW OFFICE AND STORE FOR CLEVELAND AVENUE

BAND TO BE ORGANIZED

NEW BARBER SHOP AND POOL ROOM OPENS

THE SQUAMISH REVIEW

EDITORIAL

MORE TOURIST DOLLARS

MAKING CHRISTIANITY POPULAR

NEW UNITED CHURCH PROBABLE

HOME SHOULD BE CENTRE OF EDUCATION; TOO MUCH IS EXPECTED OF SCHOOLS

PROSPECTS BRIGHT FOR NEW SCHOOL

UNDERSTANDING MAKES PARENTS POPULAR

TRUCK DRIVER INJURED

PGE RAILWAY PURCHASES NEW ENGINES

MAKING TRIM DRAPERIES

MINK INDUSTRY PROSPERS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA

NEWS OF BRITANNIA TOWNSITE

LONG SPELL OF SKATING, HOCKEY

SQUAMISH LEGION BRANCH CHOOSES NEW OFFICERS

WHO WILL BE THE GOOD CITIZEN OF 1948?

RULES FOR BRINGING UP BABY SIMPLIFY CHILD TRAINING

LADIES' AID CHOOSES NEW EXECUTIVE

NEEDY VETERANS ENJOY PARCELS

BASKETBALL GOING STRONG

P-TA RE-OPENS SCHOOL CANTEEN

PERSONALS

WOMAN KILLED BY FREIGHT TRAIN

SHOWERS FOR BRIDE ELECT

TAXI COMPANIES UNITE

Squamish Review

Squamish Advance: Thursday, November 2, 1950

ERECTING NEW AUTO SHOWROOM

BRACKENDALE

CBC PRODUCER
[PHOTO]

NEWCOMER BEATS HOUSING SHORTAGE

BUY XMAS SEALS

TAX INCREASE

FURTHER EFFORTS FOR NEW HIGHWAY

ARMISTICE SERVICE FOR NOVEMBER 11

DISLOCATES ELBOW IN MILL ACCIDENT

SCHOOL PUPILS HOLD GOOD MASQUERADE

CHANGE HANDS

RECEIVE GRADER

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

JAMES SINCLAIR'S SURPRISE VISIT

NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS

WOODFIBRE

BRITANNIA

CARD OF THANKS

ASSOCIATION FAVORS 'MISSING LINK' ROAD

PUBLIC NOTICE

Squamish Advance

Jack Habricht

Jack Habricht, trapper and prospector playing the according in Valleycliffe in the 1930's. His cabin was located behind today's site of the Cliffeside Pub. Mount Habrich is named after him.

A group of men surveyed the local mountains from his cabin at the foot of what is now known as Hospital Hill. The surveyors were so appreciative , they named the mountain after him.

Howe Sound Singers

It says "Singers from the [last word unclear--maybe 'hall']" on the back of the photo.

Squamish Times

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