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Firefighters - 1913

Firefighters at the "halfway" between Upper Squamish and Cheekye. Paid $0.25 / hour.

Seated far left, Mr Morbray (fire warden); seated left with white hat, Oswald (Ozzie) Ray; far right seated on bench, Charles Sherman Schoonover; seated next to him, Paul Sellons; standing far right, Compton Reade.

Cabinet of BC meet in Squamish

The Cabinet of British Columbia met in Squamish on June 23, 1960.

Left to right: Honourable L.R. Peterson, Minister of Education; Honourable W.K. Kiernan, Minister of Mines and Petroleum Development; S.R. Bishop, Chairman of the Village Council; Ed Antosh, Commissioner; Honourable N.P. Steacy, Minister of Agriculture; Honourable E.C.F. Martin, Minister of Health Services & Hospital Insurance; Don Robinson, MLA (SC Lillooet); Honourable W.A.C. Bennett, Premier; President of Council, Minister of Finance; L.C. Kindree, Commissioner; Honourable Lyle Wicks, Minister of Labour.

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.

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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, September 27, 1951

FOREST FIRE EASES

WORK RESUMED ON LEGION HALL

MORRISON - TRUDEAU

LOGGING RESUMED

DAVID CALDWELL WINS LEGION SCHOLARSHIP

BRACKENDALE

START MADE ON HOSPITAL

PARISH HALL IS SCENE OF FIRE

FAST TIME ENDS SUNDAY

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

CONCERT ORCHESTRA FORMS COMMITTEE

THE ANNUAL

ALBERT ATKIN HEADS STUDENT COUNCIL

CBC OPERA COMPANY GOES INTO FOURTH SEASON
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CARD OF THANKS

HOWE SOUNDINGS
BY WHOSIT

AMATEUR HOUR

UNITED SUNDAY SCHOOL RALLY

CLASSIFIED ADS

Squamish Advance

Squamish Review: Tuesday, March 15, 1949

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BOARD OF TRADE HOLDS BUSY MEETING

TUBERCULOSIS CLINIC TO VISIT SQUAMISH

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MACKENZIE'S LTD. TO EXPAND HERE

ROUND OF PARTIES FOR YOUNG FRY

CREDIT UNION HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING

RED LETTER DAY FOR SQUAMISH

AT LEAST THE STORK DERBY IS OVER

WILL LEGION WIN THE CUP?

MRS. MACDONALD, SQUAMISH PIONEER, PASSES

VALENTINE PARTY FOR SUNDAY SCHOOL

BRITANNIA CHILDREN HAVE ANNUAL VALENTINE PARTY

ANNOUNCEMENT

THE SQUAMISH REVIEW

EDITORIAL

CREDIT UNION

P.-T. ASSOCIATION FEATURES MUSICALE

JANITOR PROBLEM SOLVED

SQUAMISH RECREATIONAL ASSOCIATION ANNUAL REPORT

OLD TIMER PASSES

E. P. YARWOOD FLOWN TO VANCOUVER

BRITANNIA BEACH NEWS

RETURN OF FIRE UNIT

ORCHESTRA IN THE MAKING

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VISIT TO GIBSONS

MRS MACDONALD

GET YOUR DOG LICENSE

NEW OFFICERS FOR W.A.

HARDY'S WESSEX CAPITAL

BASKETBALL SEASON ALMOST OVER

CARD OF THANKS

DAIRY DISCONTINUES LOCAL RETAIL TRADE

ELECTRICAL SHOP OPENS FOR BUSINESS

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SQUAMISH, PAST AND FUTURE

TEACHERS CONVERSE

LONG WINTER COMES TO AN END

COMING EVENTS

PERSONALS

ENGLISH PRAYER BOOK 400TH ANNIVERSARY BEING CELEBRATED

BIGGER WAX SUPPLIES

LOCAL GIRL WED

PUBLIC CEREMONIES PLANNED

CANDLE LIT CARD PARTY

DIM OUT

DIAMOND HEAD EXPECTS BUSY SEASON

RED LETTER DAY

Squamish Review

Squamish Advance: Thursday, February 1, 1951

HIGH WINDS HIT SQUAMISH AREA

LOGGING RESUMED

WORK STARTED ON NEW FILL

BRITANNIA WINS BASKETBALL GAMES

FAIR COMMITTEE NAMES OFFICERS

JUNIOR BADMINTON ENDS TOURNAMENT

WOODFIBRE WINS BADMINTON TOURNEY

JANE HARKNESS
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BRACKENDALE

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

GORDON WOODWARD'S RADIO PLAY ACCEPTED

CLASSIFIED ADS

BERT PEARL
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NOTICE

WOODFIBRE

SCHOOL DISTRICT NOL 48 (HOWE SOUND) FINANCIAL STATEMENT FOR THE CALENDAR YEAR 1950

PUBLIC NOTICE

WAITRESS SUFFERS SEVERE COFFEE BURNS

SCHOOL ORCHESTRA TO GIVE CONCERT

PHIL CARSCALLEN
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CREDIT UNION MEETING MONDAY

KAY STEVENSON
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Squamish Advance

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