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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 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, 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, 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, September 18, 1952

FIRST POLIO CASE RECORDED HERE

PGE RAILROAD HISTORY MADE

FORMER RESIDENT IS LAID AT REST

TENDERS CALLED FOR DREDGING JOB

PTA HOLDS FIRST FALL MEETING

TWO HURT IN TRAIN ACCIDENT

SQUAMISH HOSPITAL OFFICIALLY OPENED

FINISH SURVEY BY HELICOPTER

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

CLASSIFIED ADS

ROADS IN SHOCKING STATE

THE CRADLE

SOCRED CLOB IS FORMED HERE

BRACKENDALE

HOSPITAL INSURANCE

READING MATERIAL NEEDED FOR PATIENTS

WOODFIBRE WINS FINAL GAME

CARD OF THANKS

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, 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 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

Merrill & Ring "2 Spot", 1927

Merrill & Ring "2 Spot" (wood burning) pushing drag out on dump. Charlie Calchan Engineer Boom Camp & Wood Yard. Comments by Ed Alridge: Note wood all gone off tender. Will wood up at wood yard before leaving. Steel gang unload steel of scow - at gridion in foreground.

Photo by: Ed Aldridge.

Aldridge, Ed

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