The Province from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada - (2023)

rr Proidimee 1 Cco 13ttr Scsste Veacsevs 04 Office Hours 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. Monday to Friday To 5 P.M. Saturday VJork Faster-Coat Loos VANCOUVER, B.C. MONDAY, JULY 8, 1957 26 19 lost Continued Morriaaos Continued 23 Health Services 15 Music, Art, Dancing Music continued Deaths Continued THURS. eve. Large brown wallet containing very Important papers. Would finder please return to No. 17. 1131 Burnaby. Reward. Conors custom fitted MA 6829 LOVE Brassy-res 204 Blrttj Bldg XRWIX HARPER On Satur-dy. July 6, 1957, at 11 am. In St. James Anglican Church, Vancouver B.C. by Rev. T. D. Sommer-villC, Owen Arthur Erwln, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Erwln of Vic Free Paramount Music Studios Ltd. LOST from Boulder Island nr. Deep Cove, 36 ft. cedar float, boat dock. Reward. CE 9823. SPENCER supports for health and style. Blanche Wright. DE 4274M. Popular Music toria, to Roxanne Sharon Elaine, PHONE TODAY BEFORE 4 P.M. To Place Your Want Ad in The Morning Province PAc. 421 1 NU Bone Corsets Surgical and style. 204 Blrks Bldg. MA 6829. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. c. Harper of North Vancouver, B.C LEATHER maroon wallet, July papers urgently required. Helen Wagil, EM 4467. DRUM lessons No instr. needed. Pad provided, (10 month. HA8520L Elodrolysis BLACK male cat from 2580 Triumph. Reward. HA 0-S0Y. Accordion lessons In your home. HA 8013. 9 to 5 p.m. JOHNSON Passed away suddenly July 4 1957. Peter Casper Johnson of 6363 Cypress St, in hist 32nd year. Survived by his loving wife Marianne; 1 son, David; 1 daughter, Deborah, both at home; his mother, Mrs. Lotte Johnson, Vancouver; 2 brothers, John, Toronto, Ont; Arne, Port Alberni, B.C.; 2 sisters. Miss Mim Johnson, Vancouver: Mrs. Vaughn (Clarice) Smith. Vancouver, funeral service Tues, at 10 p.m. from Simmons McBrlde Chapel, Broadway at Maple St Rev. Canon Crane-Williams officiating. Cremation. "Ttaimle." BLUE Budgie, nam West 45th. KE 0658L. MULTIPLE gentle, PERMANENT removal ot undesirable hair. Free booklet on request Vane. (Private) Studio of Electrolysis. KE 8091. Dancing wrist watch. GREEN KENWAJID On Saturday. July 6, 1957, at 3 p.m,.in Christ Church Cathedral, Vancouver, B.C, by Rev. G. Stegen, Ronald Frank Green, only son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Green of Lewis, Sussex, to Helen Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Kenward, Vancouver, B.C WORKS for Gendit HE 1-3272. Reward. FRANCES MURPHY STUDIO Private dance instruction Angela Certified Electrologist Hair removal Safe Fast Perm'nt 927 Van Blk. 736 Granville. TA 2942 Alma Hail. BA 3425 or CE 6878 Embassy Ballroom 1024 Dvi at Burrard Modern dancing Wed. Thurt, FrU SaL Found 20 Superfluous Hair Removed Easily. Misa Knox, 510 Hast opp. Eaton's. Office est 1924. Phone MA 8814 16 Information Wtd, "it yea Battling eat a to piste feaad ad- eaU McCUTCHEON Passed away Julv 7, 1957, Grace McCutcheon ot fi7a Selkirk St formerly of Este- Naturopathic Physicians Old-time every naay Modem every Saturday Dance at Danceland Rcbsen at Hornby HURT OTOaUfEB On July 6, 1957, at 3:00 at Ryerson United Church, by Rev. M. W. Stevenson, Everett Bruce Hurt, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Franklin Hurt of Vancouver, E.C, to Elisabeth Ruth, daughter of Mrs. Eva Schlrmer of Vancouver, B.C ANYONE having any Information as to the whereabouts of Mary Lenore Wilson formerly of Vancouver. British Columbia, please communicate with Allan H. Hull of 615 West Pender Street. Vaiitou-ver, British Columbia. van and Weyburn, In her 75th year. Survived by her loving hijsbDnd Alex; 1 son. Alex, Vancou-1 ver; 2 grandchildren; 2 brothers, Digestive diseases expertly diagnosed and treated by natural methods. X-rav service. Budnlck Naturopathic Clinic 175 E. Broadway DI 5032 OLD-TIME dance every Thun. Ballroom. 1313 and Sat Howden Granville Spaniel cross Lab. pup; male cocker cross; black female collie cross sable; male Lab. cross; German shepherd pup; male spaniel cross shepherd pup; female terrier, white and black; male bull terrier cross; brlndle and white male terrier; cross brows male boxer, old; male Pom. coss, blonde. Contact Vancouver SPCA Animal Shelter. EX 2948, DI 3612 after 5 and weekends. Male Beagle cross: younr male Pom. cross pun: and Slonderixing Catorors MAXINE FLORENCE BROOKS I will pay a suitable reward fqr information leading to Ahe present whereabouts of Mrs. Mlxine Florence Brooks and her two-year-old baby girl. Please come home. Mrs. B. Cyrl R. Brooks, Box 575, Ponoka. James and William nova ana i sister, Mrs. Leah Wilson, all in Scotland. The deceased was a member of The Eastern Star, Branch No. Weyburn Sask. Funeral service Wed, at 8:00 p.m. from Simmons McBrlde Chapel, Broadway at Maple St. Rev. R. A. Redman officiating. Cremation. In lieu of -flowers, please make donation to Oaneer Society. Este-van and Weyburn papers pleas GET slim this summer with Stauf-fer Home Reducing plan. BA 8284, BAKER'S can provide all food equipment and staff for your party, either at your location or In one ot Frank Baker's 3 Ideally located decorated halls. For Information without 'obligation phone Baker's Catering Service, CE 4221 male cocker cross, blk. with white WILL witness to accident. June 26. 24 Schools Colleges 1957. about 1 rvm at Broadwav spots. and Heather, wherein a woman Viale Boston terrier cross, brlndle nedestrian was iniured bv car. copy. I KERR DEWAR On Saturday, July 6, 1957 at 3:00 p.m. In Shaugh-nessy Heights United Church, Vancouver by Rev. H. S. Forbes, B.A, B.D, Kennth Edmund Robert, only son of Mr. nd Mrs. Harold E. Kerr, to Deitdre Janet, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Gordon Dewar( LOU-POY DONG On Saturday, July 6, 1957, at 8 p.m., in Fairvicw Presbyteris" Church Vancouver B.C by Rev. M. Nicolson Ronald Lou-Poy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lou-Poy, to May, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dong Chong of Alert Bay, B.C. kindly contact Mr. McLanden, PA PARK Plasa, Banquets, prlv. SO to 300. 834 W. Pender, TA 5746. 2141. and white; male terrier cross, brown; male beagle cross terrier, brlndle; male collie cross, black and white. Contact Vancouver A. Animal Shelter, EX 2948. Call DI 3812 after 5 and weekends. Western School of Commerce rypmg, shorthand, bookkeeping, romDtometer, refresh, courses. Day or night classes. Call MA 8828. Mr. Catering Service 3 Halls Available BA 3449 MACKENZIE Passed away July 5, 1957, Bety Adeline, wife of Rodney Gordon Mackenzie, 2802 S. Gil-more Ave, North Burnaby, aged 34 years; also survived by 1 son. WITNESS of accident on Georgia Motor Vehicle Testing. Station on Wednesday, June 25, a.m, please, contact Mr. Mason. MA, 4391. 3 halis for rentals. Call Orchid Caterers, CH 3688. CE 222a WELDING and construction schooL SMALL red zipper purse, with small amount of change, found about 2 weeks ago at Marine Ambleside Park, West Vancouver, WA 2-7739. Halls For Rent Learn to weld and be a journeyman and command top pay. Day and night classes. 148 E. 1st 'Ave. EM 9618 Personal 17 HALLS for rent. Catering. Banquets, wedding receptions. Lions Gate Halls, 2611 W. -4th. CE 8514. SET of keys found at Mc and Mc on Columbia St. In New Westmin-ater. Owner please report to Province Office, 32 6th St, New West. Sprott Shaw School of Business Sprott Shaw School of Radio and Television servicing MU 3-3023 812 Robeon MU 3-3038 MATTEI TORRANCE On July 6. 1957, at 12 noon In St. Augustine's' Church, by Rev. Father P. Monahan, Mr. Evasio P. Mattel, son of the late A. Mattel of Trento, Italy, tc Donna Linda, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Torrance of Vancouver, B.C Lee; 1 aaugnier, rmiuoia, i her father, Douglas Lee, Sydney, Australia; 1 brother, Peter, Perth, Australia. Funeral service Tuesday, July 9. at 1:30 p.m. Garden Chapel, Ocean View. Rev. Newman officiating. Cremation. Woodlawn Funeral Home Directors. MACKIE July 5, 1957" Alexander John Mackie, aged 73 years, of North Vancouver. Survived by 3 brothers, William Mackie, Ganges, B.C, James NevJ Westminster, Albert T. Marshall, M.n,imf Mrs. Marv NAME AND ADDRESS required for all advertisers ta this column. Information held in strict confidence. Lodge Noticoc 1 pr. child's eye glasses. Grey and transparent rims. On Bayview School grounds, approx. 2 wks. ago. CH 2032 or BA 1707. SMALL fry supervisor will go with you on your holidays and supervise small fry during active day and evg. hre. WI 6278. Mrs. D. Scaia, 3925 W. 24th, Vancouver, wins two tickets to the Vogue Theatre! Suggest how to illustrate with a smile any Ad in The Province Want-Ad Section. Send a clipping and date of the Ad, plus illustration, to Ad-a-Smile, Province Want-Ads, The Province, Victory Square, Vancouver. SECURITY THROUGH SUPERIOR TRAINING Moler School of Hairdreaslng. PA 7029. 803 W. Hastings, Van, B.C. WHY change my notes ads and letters, did say (leaf) not lee (Sandra) not sad. S. LADY'S wrist watch, June 30, on 43rd near Fraser. Owner please identify. Phone FR 2393. Eagle Club Ltd. Notice to directors and members. Annual meeting will be held Tues. July 9. 1957 at 8:00 a.m. at the Hall, 748 Kingswav. Election of officers. Walter J. S. Laurie, club secretary. This Includes members of social and recreation club. Comptometer School Day-night classes. Free placement THIS did notzo in July 6, Mom. Who you try. Find I'm not (Nelly) from othir H. Nanaimo, Mrs. S. J. Chinholm. New Westminster. Fu- itm. son aj3 w. yeorgia tin ENGLISH girl 23 wishes to meet PURSE containing money In the Union Market, June 29. DI 1895 evgs, ask for Mr. R. rvlm Winesdav. July 10, girl inena aox sit rruvince. Engineers, Marine ana Stationary Prepared for Examinations Day, evening and correspondence. E. Hopkins, 407 W. Hast, PA 8418 at 1 p.m, in the. North Vancouver Funeral Chanel, 122 W. 6th firths st North Vancouver. Rev. John 18 Business Personals FEMALE cocker cross, black and white. Contact No. Vancouver S.P.C.A, YO 7484. RIDEN WRIGHT On Saturday, July 6, 1957, at 7:30 p.m., in Cedar Cottage united Church, Vancouver, B.C., by Rev. A. Griffin, John Ed-mond Siden, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Siden of Comox, B.C., to Margaret, daughter of Mr. S. G. Wright, Vancouver, B.C. VAN WYCK COGGINS On July 1957, in St. Philip's Anglican Church, Vancouver, B.C., by Rev. A' CunAmlnS. Pfc- Joseph Arthur Van Wyck of the American Army, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. Van Wyck ot 219 E. Galer St, Seattle, Wash, to Sandra Marie, only, dauehter of Mr. and Archibald officiating. Interment Deaths Continued Fraser View. Cemetery. In Memoriam Pitman Business College Vancouver's Leading Business College. Individual Instruction. Broadway and Granv. St. CH 7848 SMALL black female kitten, North Mondav. Extremely well HIGHEST PRICES PAID I trained. Y0.2648. T. suut readers to prepare "1" COMPLETE courses in radio, tele We Buv or Loan Money CHAYKO Mr. and Mrs. Claude Chayko announce the 1 birth of a daughter, Nancy Ann, 61bs. 3oz. on Wednesday, July 3, 1957 at Mount St. Joseph's Hospital. A sister for David, Douglas and Danny. 2 car keys at Cordova and Carrall TIDEY Passed away In Van-9Scouver July 6, 1957, Aubrey Mansfield Tldey, In his 67th year, late residence 6286 Nelson Drive, West Vancouver. Survived by his on July 3. Apply Province Lost and McMCLLEN July 6, 1957, Rose Helen, beloved wife of Paul Dewey McMullen, 224 E. 21st St, North Van, In her 51st year. Survived also by 3 sons, Clifford, Halifaxr Capt. Howard. West vision, electronics or automotive diesel. National Schools, P.O. Box 700, Vancouver. B.C MA 6852. Mem. nam" Notices, Tbe Pro vine, kaa beeklet ef some very appropriate 'verses. Ta receive a copy just phene FA 4Z1L ouna. On men's good used clothing, furs, diamonds, watches, cameras, radios, baeeace. eolf clubs, rifles. lovine wife, Luislta; 1 son, Errol. PITMAN shorthand, bookkeeping and typing. Tues. and Thurs. evgs. FOUND Sum of money on McDonald 'wetween 23rd and 24th. CE 4)064, Mrs. John Coggins of 3775 W. 35th and 3 grandchildren, all of West tools, caulk boots and ail valuables. Our buyer will call at yoiir Ave, Vancouver B.C. Duff us School PA 7567. noma RONSON lighter with 3 Initials on front vie. Gamble and 2lst. DI 2905 Open 6 days a week 24A Educational DANIELS To Roy and Margaret Daniels (nee Margaret McPheel, 2725 Willingdon Ave, at the Burnaby General Hospital on July 1, 1957, a son, Steven Rov Robert. Deaths Vancouver. Late member ot cnrisi Hospital Club; served In World War 1. Funeral service Tuesday, July 9, at 3 p.m. from The Chapel of Chimes, Harron Bros. Ltd, 10th Ave. and Ontario St, Rev. F. A. Ramsey officiating. Cremation. In lieu of flowers donations please to Cancer fund. NECKLACE with blue stones. Apply Province Lost and Found. BOWCOCR In memory of my beloved son, Robert S. Bowcock, killed in action at Caen, July 8, 1944. "Loved and remembered always." Mother. 3 daughters, Mrs. C. E. Garrett, North Van, Mrs. J. S. Kennedy, Burnaby, Mrs. H. Olden, Victoria; her mother, Mrs. Helen Proctor, North 3 brothers, William Proctor, Ralston, Alberta, James, Calgary, George, North one sister, Mrs. R. Rowe, Montreal; 12 grandchildren. Funeral service in Burrard Chapel, North Van, Tuesday, July 9, at 1:30 p.m. Rev. Charles Bishop officiating. Cremation. San Francisco Tailors Ltd PAWNBROKERS AND JEWELERS 52 West Hasting! PA 4955 SUMMER COACHING GRADE 6-8 Arithmetic English fundamentals. July 8-30. WI 6278. FOUND: Money on 8th Ave. near Yukon. EM 8737." DIAMOND ring in downtown dept block east oi woodward' (Parking space at rear) BAIN Passed away July 4, 1957, Florence Isabella Bain, formerly of 1656 W. 11th Ave. Sur- tore. KH81. 25 Help Wonted-Men I vived by 2 sons, William D. Bain, San Francisco, Malcolm A. DAVTES To Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Davfes (nee Lila Shields, R.N.I in Mission Hospital, Ti-ruvalla, Kerala, South India, on July 1, 1957, a son, John Gilmour, 8 lbs. 12 ozs 21 Stamps FIN LAY In loving memory of a dear ))usband-and dad, John Finlay, who passed away July 8, 1955. We who loved you sadly miss you, As it dawns another year; In our lonely hours of thinking, Thoughts of you are always near. ALL Nations Stamp Shoo. 432 THOMPSON Passed away In hospital after a lengthy Illness, ex-fire chief Charlton Walter Thompson of 4819 Trafalgar in his 83rd year. Survive! by 2 sons, Roy and Neil; 3 daughters, Mrs. Bruce Fletcher (Edith), Mrs. Vernon Klltz (Dorothy) and Bertha, also 3 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral nam, Vancouver; daughter, Mrs. H. R. Elliott, San Francisco, 2 grandchildren, 2 brothers In Montreal, Que. Funeral service Monday, at 1 o'clock, in Simmons MARSHALL Passed away July 5. 1957, Grace, widow of John Marshall of 1933 Chesterfield Ave, Homer St, buys and sells stamps coins couecuons ejoums. Phone Today Before 4 p.m. To Place Your Want Ad In The Morning Province PAc 421J WANTED, a bright young man, vicinity 29th and Marine West Vancouver, as sub-manager, between 14-17 years. Qualifications needed: experience with young boys, neat appearance. This Is a year round employment for right man with rapid advancement. Apply Mr. Brendon, Local 20L Circu-r lation The Province. Sadly missed by his loving wife Mcurine Funeral Chapel, Broadway at Maple St, Rev. Harry Parker officiating. Interment Ocean View Burial Park. 21B Books Mary, aaugnier ana iamiiy. service Tuesday, July at p.m, i in the T. Edward Co. Memorial McLEOD To Mr. and Mrs. C. G. (Gundy) McLeod (nee Ann Cameron) on July 6, 1957, at the Vancouver General Hospital, a daughter, Joanne Mfjmle, 7 lbs. 5 oz. BUSY a Book Stamp Store buys anri aalla all iphrail,.. L.napei, ixranviuc at. miu iiau Ave, Rev. W. R. Jeffcott officiating. Cremation. MARTIN In loving memory of a dear husband and father, Joseph Martin, passed away July 8, 19o4. lege, university and technical books ana stamps. 317 w. Pender st 100,000 used magazines. PARK ATTENDANT, at Radium Hot Springs, Kootenay National Park, B.C. Full particulars on posters at office of the Civil Service Commission, National Employment Service and Post Office. APPLY NQW to Civil Service Commission, 6th floor, 1110 W. Georgia St, Vancouver 5, B.C. In Debt? Love's greatest gift Remembrance North Vancouver, aged bl years. Survived by 1 son, John Marshall, North Vancouver; 1 daughter, Mrs. Mollle Millier, Vancouver; 4 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren. Funeral service Monday at 3 p.m. in Simmons A McBrlde Funeral Chapel, Broadway at Maple St, Rev. Gordon E. Bratt officiating. Cremation. MENZIES On Julv 5, 1957, Daniel Menzies, in his 96th year, late of 2228 Lawson Ave, West Van. Survived by 5 daughters, Mrs. William MacLennan, Glasgow, Scotland; Mrs. Duncan McMillan, Mrs. J. M. Wilson and Mrs. Gladys Downing of West Van. and Mrs. V. G. Reld, Seattle, one son. Alexander. West 7 Ftaser's Book Bin 6184 Fraser Wanted Private Libraries UniUCt-1 Born to Mr. and Mrs. T. July 6, 1957, at the Royal Columbian Hospital, a ter, 8 lbs. 1 a sister for Anne end Maureen. If you are in debt beyond your Ever remembered by his wife Elizabeth, son Bill, and Mona. aoiuy 10 pay ana cannot get a loan, see PACIFIC EMPIRE Credit AMsV On July 6, 1957, Charles Miner Baker, late 1295 Mathers Ave, West Vancouver. Survived by his wife; 1 stepdaughter, Mrs. J. Taylor, loco, B.C; 3 stepsons, James Pitcairn, West Vancouver; John Pitcairn, loco; Alex Pitcairn, Seattle, 4 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren; 1 sister, Mrs. Minnie Everhart, Kellogg, Idaho. Private funeral service Tuesday, July 9, at 3:30 p.m. from Hollyburn Funeral Home, West Vancouver, Rev. Dr. Douglas H. Telfer officiating. Interment Capllano View. (Chemalnus papers please copy.) Alnsworth Bookseller 321 W. Pender 22 Professional Cards Inc. We can help you out of debt. One place to pay ALL bills. No LICENCED gas fitter apply Box 651 Province. ROBERTS In loving memory of my dear wife, Jean Roberts, who Dassed away Julv 8. 1956. security or co-signers, inoi a loan (Continued on next pagei company. LICENSED AND BONDED Accountants Van (nee Bowyer) On July 8, 1957, Margaret Jean Van Pykstra, aged 20 years, late of 2465 York St. Survived by her husband, Lawrence; her mother, Mrs. Irene Buck, Vancouver her father, Mason Bowyer, and 1 sister, Miss Mary Ann Bowyer, Vancouver. Funeral Monday, July 8 at 2 p.m. In the Chapel of Hamilton Mortuary, Fraser St. at 38th Ave, Rev. W. R. Jeffcott officiating. Followed by cremation. WELLS Passed away July 5, 1957, Charles Edward Wells of 2197 West Second Ave, In his 57th year. Survived by his loving wife Audrey; 1 daughter, Miss Joyce, at One year has passed since that sad day When one we loved was called Pacific Empire Credit Co 510 W. Hastings MU 3-6217 grandchildren, 14 great xrandchil- away; ACCOUNTING: Monthly or Annual. Inclusive. TA 0012. P.O. Box 1012. God took, her home, it was His ST. CI.AIR To Isabel and Stu St. Clair on July 4, 1957, at Grace Hospital, a son, William Michael, 7 lbs. 14 ozs. WHIT LAM To Hilda and Ed Whltlam at Royal Columbian Hospital, on July 6, 1957, a son, Edward Ronald, 5 lbs. 13 oz. aren. ne aeceasea was an nun-orary, life and charter member of several Masonic Lodges In. Scot will. But In our hearts she liveth still. Patent Attorneys CASH FOR DIAMONDS land and B.C. and a charter id BROWN Passed away In Van. Ever remembered by her loving couver, July 5, 1957, William Highest nrlces Mid and hon. life member of Vancouver and Kamloops Lawn Bowl nusoana ana iamiiy. BOLONIIK In loving mem. Ernest E. Carver. F.P.C.L Patent trademark in all countries. 789 W. Pender PA 011 McCrae Brown in nis t2na year, late residence 2438 East 20th Ave. GOLDBLOOM SON Dominion Bank Bldg. Room ing uuns and an non. lire mem- 701 Served with the 29th battalion ber of West Vancouver Lawn Bowl orv of a dear son and brother, World War I. Also.RCASC W.W. 2. Peter, who passed away July 8, FEATHERSTONHAUGH A CO. 1012 Hall Bldg, Vancouver. MA 4845. liron. relief at once by a truss expertly fitted at any one 'of these Cunningham Drug Stores Granville and Hastings, Hasting and Columbia or 601 Columbia. Nw Today recalls the memory Of a loved one sone to rest: Ingagements THE Ramsay Co, registered. Blrks Bldg. Vancouver. MA 8644. Ul tiuu ui win, lie an tive member until last year. Funeral service Tuesday, July 9, at 1:30 from the Hollyburn Funeral Home, West Van, Rev. Thomas Saunders officatlng. Interment Capllano View. Kamloops Sentinel please copy. And those who think ot him today, Are those wno lovea mm nest Learn Self HvDnosis The flowers we lay upon the Attorney Classified Deadlines 4 p.m. Daily, (5 p.m. Saturday For Monday's Paper) Sundays: Telephone Service Only 4-7 p.m. SATURDAY PAPER: Closing time for ALL editions 10 a.m. Friday. Ads will be accepted, until 4 p.m. Friday for insertion in Greater Vancouver Home delivered editions only. PA 421 1 Stop nervous tension, bad habits, Late member Army, Navy and Air- force Club unit 100. Survived by one son, William; one daughter, Mrs. G. (Rosllne) Nesbitt; 8 grandchildren: mother Mrs. Hugh Brown; one brother Hugh; 3 sisters, Mrs. Jean Purchase, Mrs. Gertrude Morrison, Mrs. May Felling, all of Vancouver. Funeral service Tuesday, July 9. at 1 p.m. from The Chapel of Chimes Harron Bros. Ltd, 10th Ave. and Ontario St, Rev. major George Turpln DJJ. officiat grave Mav wither and decay. Free demonstrations each Wed, G. N. Haney Barrister, etc. 2215 W. 1st Ave. CE 1344 Probate But the love tor him who lie home; nrotner, rreaencK wens, Quebec; and sisters in London, 4 sisters-in-law, Miss Dorothy Steele at home; Mrs. G. Elg-strand, Vancouver; Mrs. J. Forsyth, Vancouver; Mr. H. Steele, Vancouver; 2 brothers-in-law, Jim Forsyth, Vancouver; Harold Steele, Vancouver; also several nephews and nieces. Prayers Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock in St. Augustine's Church, 7th Ave. and Maple St, where Requiem Mass will be 'celebrated ay morning at 9 o'clock by Rev. P. Monahan, OMI. Interment a View Burial Park, Simmon McBrlde, Broadway at Maple St, Funeral Directors In charge. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Masur, Armstrong, B.C., announce the engagement of their daughter, Gladys Annie, to Robert Bnvd Knowles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cameron Knowles of Hedley, B.C. The weddlnv will take place Saturday, p.m. w. Mcuomgai, CE 83J1. beneatn Will never fade awav. Sick? Handicapped? Sadly missed by his loving Notaries Public NOBLE July 7, 1957, Wilbert Knight Noble, 1407 W. 70th Ave, aged 77 years. Survived by one brother, Bert Jianey, B.C, 8 sisters, Mrs. Anne Rowan, Mrs. F. B. Hardin and Mrs. A. W. Carfrae, Vancouver. Rev. W. G. Thompson motner ana Drainers, ueorge, Strictly natural methods helped August 8, 1957, at 8 p.m. in Kamloops United Church, Kamloops, jonnny ana micnaei. thousands. Send 5c postage for ing, interment veterans icio. Honor, Forest Lawn. ERNIE F. ALLISTONE NOTARY PUBLIC REALTOR 630 Howe (Open Sat a.m.) MA 9374 info. E. Sokolowsky, Yahk, B.C B.C. 1 1 Funeral Directors EARS PIERCED FREE Gurvtn Jewellers MA 5990 770 W. Hastings, opp. Post Office Marriages will conduct the funeral service In the Mt Pleasant Chapel, Kings-way at 11th Ave, on Tuesday, July 9 at 3:15 p.m. Interment fam Archie proctor Notary Public Real Estate In. 5795 Victoria Dr. (at 42nd) FR 1918 Notary Public N. Copping 143 Lonsdale YO 5130 WERNER Suddenly on July 5, ily plot, mt view imeiery. HARRON EROS. LTD. Chas. E. Atchison, Pres. Chapel of Chimes 1957) Curt Max Werner, in his 58th year, late of 3110 Livingstone Rd, Langley. Survived by his loving HAVE you the latest hlrth control Hygiene information. It' free. Writ imperial Imports (Western! Dept P. P.O. Box 227. Vancouver. 55 E. 10th Ave. EM 8877 NOTARIAL affidavit conveyancing. H. Itter, 1375 Burrard, MA 2257. IMi'NN July 7, 1957, Robin Greenslade Dunn, aged 79 years, of 1360 Plateau Drive, Capllano, past president of North Vancouver Caledonian Society, and North Vancouver Lawn Bowling Club. Survived by his loving wife, Jean; 1 son, Robin; 1 daughter. Mrs. D. N. W. (Anne) Grubb; 4 grandchildren: 3 sisters in England. Funeral service Tuesday, July 9, at lUa.m., in the North Vancouver Funeral Chapel, 122 W. 6th St, North Vancouver, Rev. John Archibald officiating. Cremation. BATES HOLMBERG On July 8, 1957, at 7:00 p.m, in West Point Grey United Church, by Rev. E. H. Blrdsall, John Alexander Anthony Bates, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. 1 Bates of Vancouver, B.C. to June Irene, daughter of Mr Mrs. J. H. Holmberg of Vancouver, B.C s. Earl Atchison, Mgr. Roval Oak ChaDel ANYONE wanting to plant some of the latest and earliest table and wine grapes, apply Kelowna Winery, Mr. Joe Rossa. wue, Miriam; sisier, tma Werner. In Germany. Funeral service under auspices of Jehovah Witnesses on Tuesday. July 9, at 1:30 from the chapel of the Lang-ey Funeral Home. Interment Mur-rayville Cemetery. O'NEILL In hospital July 4, 1957, Patrick, 3195 Gilpin St, aged 56 yrs. Survived by his mother, Mrs. Patrick O'Neill, Consett England; 7 sisters, Mrs. M. Loftus, N. Mrs. J. MacGuire, Windsor, Ont; Mrs. F. Fagan, Victoria; Mrs. S. Jones, Courtenay; Mrs. D. Hor-rorks, Nanaimo; Mary Jane and fat hor-lno In cot rr I a 1 Klngsway at Royal Oak, Burnaby Harold C. Atchison. Mgr, DE 3361 Guide to Province Classified Ads Headings are luted alphabetically. Find th heading yon need. Note the number In clack beside It, then find th same number In th columns on'Ui following page. FOR your personal hygiene needs. Open till 12 midnight (very night The London Drug. 800 Main. YUZWA Adam Craig, beloved ELLIS ARMSTRONG On Saturday, July 8, 1957, at 8 P.m, In Canadian Memorial Church, Vancouver. B.C., by The Rev. George son ot Mr. and Mrs. Adam Tuzwa, 19677 New McLellan Rd. Langley. Plastic Artificial Eyes Fitted Glasses repaired promptly Norman G. Cull Ltd, 785 W. Georgia brother, Peter, Blackhlll, England. Prayers St. Theresa's Church, Grandview Hwv. and Roval Oak. FORD On July 3. 1957. at his SIMMONS A MeBKIDE LTD. Directors ot Funeral Service Broadway at Maple St BA 4151 Ed A. Simmons, Frank E. McBrlde Alt Francis Jack Nett Don Layton Doug MacDonald -Turnin. D.D, Stanley Norman B.C, passed away July 6, 1957, aged 1 year. Besides his parents, he Is Sunday 7 p.m., where requiem mass survived by 1 brother, Brian, at will be celebrated on Mon, July Ellis, of Vancouver, to Shirley Marlon, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Armstrong of Clover-dale, B.C. 59c Lion Photo 59c P.O. Box 434. Vancouver, B.C Dev. Print 59c Album Pts. 9c aa. home; his grandparents, Mr. nnd noyaen Aiarea Dune Ireland 8. at 10 a.m, by Kev. Father V. late residence, 144 W. Hastings, Clarence James, aged 80 yrs. Survived by his beloved wife, Annie; 1 son, Henry, RCAF, Moose Jaw; 1 grandson. Prayers Sunday evening, 7:30 p.m, at the Kearney Funeral Directors Broadway Chapel. 'A DlfimlNiut Mrs. Leon Yuzwa, New Westmin. Interment Forest Lawn MORTUARY ster, and Mr. and Mrs. William Green. Cloverdale. Funeral serv Memorial Park. Kearney Funeral Directors. 1096 W. Broadwav in FREE birtn control information. Llt of latest supplies. Dept. G. P.O. Box 188, Vancouver, B.C (Continued oo next column) cnarge. ices will be held In Columbia Funeral Chanel. Lanelev. Tuesday, GlMing" Painting iu w. uroaaway. Kequiem mass Holy Rosary Cathedral, Monday, July 8, 9:30 a.m., Squadron Leader Original always a July 9, at 1:30 p.m. Rev. T. E. Harris officiating. Interment Mur- good selection at Xlex Erasers, Mount Pleasant Chapel Vancouver's Modern and Most Beautiful Funeral Horn MOUNT PLEASANT UNDERTAKING CO. LTD Klngsway at 11th Ave. EM 21(0 The Province Rev. J. L. Bertnia ume celebrant Interment Mountain View Ceme reyviue cemetery. tery. MME. Fontaine of Edmonton, professional reader. 433 25th. The Dependable Newspaper 8 Cords of Thanks ECZEMA. Itch. Piles try Teeniore, HAGEN Passed away July 6. OWENS On July 5, 1957, George Byron Owens, of 978 Camble Ra, Lulu Island, In his 86th year. Survived by his loving wife, Kate, also one son, John and 2 daughters, Mrs. Ruth Baldwin and Miss Marlon Owens; 2 grandchildren and one great-grandchild and 8 sisters In Ontario. Funeral service Tuesday, July 9, at 1:30 p.m. In the Memorial Chapel of the T. Edwards Co, Granville at 10th, Rev. R. N. R. Holmes officiating. Interment Ocean View. 444 Main St all drug dept stores. Classification No. Livestock 4f Listings Wanted 87 Lodge Notices 8 Lodge Funeral Notices 7 Lost 10 Lumber 87 Machinery 70 Marriage 8 Mining ill Money to Loan 107 Mortgages Money Wanted 10 Monumental Works 11 Motel 78 Moving and Storago SO Music, Ait, Dancing IS Musical Instrument 48 Nw Car Dealer 11 Nursing, Rest Homes 77A Office Equipment SS Personal 17 Pet Stock 44 Poultry and Supplies 47 Property for Exchange Property for Sale Property Wanted Professional Cards 11 Ranches 104 Range Oil Burners 41 Radios, Repair) SO Refrigerator S4 Resorts Vacattea Guide 1937, In Royal Columbian Hospital, Hamilton Mortuary Ltd. formerly O. Hamilton Undertaking Co. 88th Ave, and Fraser EL 8311 Victory Square, Vancouver I. PA4MI New Westminster Office "INDIVIDUAL For appointment call Trina. PA 3028. 83 6th St Phone LA 1-2420 Unwanted hair gone. Opllca $1.49. Cleo 211 Blrks Bldg. Van. TA 4839 We are deeply grateful to our relatives, neighbors and friends for the kindness and sympathy shown In our bereavement, the death of our dear husband and father, James Lobban. We especially wish to thank Rev. G. H. Hamilton, D.D, the members of the Sons of Scot Chapman Funeral Home 802 W. Broadway EX 2141 HOLLYBURN FUNERAL HOME" A. D. Walsh 1807 Marine Dr. Wert Vancouver WA 3-1221 Classification No. Agreement for Sal 110 Agencies Wanted 81 Apartment Property 91 Apartment Site tSA Automobiles- IIS Auto Repairs, Service 111 Bicycles, Motorcycles 84 Birds, Goldfish 44 Birth 8 Boat and Engines 71 Book SIR Building Material 2 87 Business Locations SS Business Personal IS Business 106 Business Property 04 Business Service SS Building Lots Card of Thank Caterer 1 Cemeterle 18 Clothing. Furs, Eta. 40 Coal Stokers 44 Coming Event 1 Cottage. Campsites Vacatlsa Qnldr Country Homes, Acreage 100 Death 4 Do It Yourself 87A Duplexes 784 Electrical 81 Electrical Heating 45 Educational t4A Engagementa 4 Farrj Implements 4 Farms Wanted I0S Florist 10 Pur Sal Miscellaneous 41 Found SO fuel as Fruit Farm Land 10 Fruits, vegetables 46 Funeral Director 11 Clottifitd Rotes Minimum ad I tine SLENDOR tablets ar effective. week supply S3: 9 weeks S5. At all Cunningham Drug Stores. estner famine Hagen, 4U7 aaer St, New Westminster, aged 52 years. Survived by her husband, Hans; 2 daughters, Mrs. A. Sather, Fraser Mills: Miss Betty, at home; 1 son, Richard, at home; 2 grandchildren; her mother, Mr. P. Hen-rlrksen, Burnaby; 2 sisters and 8 brothers. Funeral service Tuesday, JuW 9, at 8 p.m., In the Funeral Home of 8. Bowell A Sons, Rev. I. J. Saugen officiating. Interment Fraser Cemetery. land. Loehnaaar Camp No. 180, "Ask Alexandria" by letter too "Private reading." Studio PA 8933 Jse per line per day 2M per line per day (S days) SHe per line per day days) PTE July 7, 1957, Mary Ann, beloved wife of John Edward Pye, 219 W. Queens Rd, North In her 84th year. Survived also by one son Jack, Moose Jaw, 2 daughters, Mrs. Amy Gowans and Composite Lodge No. 76, A.F. and A.M.; also the nurses and doctors of the Vancouver General THE T. EDWARDS CO. LTD. Memorial Chapel. Phone CH 8181 Granville at 10th Ave. Alcoholic Anonymous Writ P.O. Box 464 or ph. MA 6623 lit per line per oay i. Above rates apply to B.C. only. Outside B.C. national rat ap- Hospital, and all those who sent and Mrs. Lucy Cooling, North c.i.i Films in at 10 out at 4 Hudson's Bay Co. Camera Dept GRANDVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL 1349 Commercial Dr HA 0083 utovnnn v' -a TaZ tnanks to Mrs. rancy Masson Alii Rr OKI) passed away in trrandrh dren. 14 ereat-sranrirhll. i Above rates apply to consecutive Insertions only. H. o. Brown, Mgr. WEDDING carpet for Mr. Church or receptions. King's. CH 0412 Vanonaver July 7, 1957, Edward dren. Funeral service In Burrard Mr. jVmVi Lnhhan Hilda and Nelson (Eddie) Harford In his 50th Chapel, North Vancouver, Tues. Mr' "mM. Lobban, Hilda and fO Revenut Homes Wanted GLEN HAVEN MEMORIAL CHAPEL 1235 E. Hastings HA 6940 For the bath that refreshes" To estimate in com ui yum Want Ad count 5 average-size words to a line. Name, address or box number count the same as other words. Box replies are year. i.aie resinenre, anaiaiin, ciay, juiv 9, at p.m. Rev. Late member Grace United Church John Archibald officiating. Cre- Black Forest Pine Needle Oil. HAROLD EDWARDS LTD. ros W. Bdwy. at Heather, EM 7711 AOTS Club. Survived by his lov nation. Good listening on CKNW 1320 on your dial. mailed dally tor a tiai cnarge We wish to express our sincere i thsnks and appreciation to rela-j tlves. and neighbors for messages of sympathy and beautiful floral offerings in the loss ot our loving husband and father. Special thanks to doctors, nurses RYAN Passed awav Julv 4. 1 ROSELAWN CHAPEL 1869 2. Broadway DI 1814 of only 10c. 6 paid on savings, enquire BJSi Collateral, TT a. Hasting. Birins marriages, Cards of Thanks, In Me-morlam Notices, not exceeding Ing wife, Freda; one sister, Mrs. G. A. Culbert New Westminster; one brother-in-law, 8. H. Haydon, Rossland, B.C Funeral service July 10, at 1 p.m. from the Chapel of Chimes, Harron Bros. 10th Ave. and Ontario St, Rev. T. D. Barnett and Rev. R. A. Redman officiating. In 1957, In Golden, B.C. Thomas Ryan of 1975 8t In his 57th year, survived by hi laving wife Grace; 1 daughter, Miss Daisy at home; his father, Mr. "OMAR" astrologlst Studio 58. 777 Burrard. PA 1105. 14 Crematorium Rooms and Board Salesladies and Agents Salesmen and Agent Sawdust Sawdust Burner Schools and Colleges Sewing Machine Situation Wanted Women Situation Wtd- Men Stamp Stock and Shares Store Equipment Sports Directory stoves, Repairs iultes for 10 lines. S2.1U. tacn aaamonai Una QHr d.llv. ana start ot jean Matnison pavilion for their many kindnesses. Rev. F. A. Ramsay for hi comforting words, and members of the Ma- woros, ana memoers oi tne Slip covers upholstering EM 7002 Thomas Ryan, Syrlnga Creek, B.C minima njru, oiiugn vimn. Deaths and Funeral Notices S385 for first 10 line. Addi 1 brother, Larry Ryan, Trail, B.C ionic Order for -their assistance. tional lines 28c per line daily. Fur-Bearing Anlmsls Furnace Ofl Burners Furnaces Repalts Mr. A. Howard, Mr. and Mrs. L. Howard. 44 41 44 81 Vancouver Crematorium Limited Ot Centre Locatloa Ml. View Cemetery 39th and Fraser St FR 8818 Lett 19 terment Ocean View Burial Park. The deceased was a member of the In lieu of flowers, donation to Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen Grace United Church building fund. I Lodge No. 987. Requiem Mas will be celebrated from St Augustine' Church. 7th Ave. and Maple StH IIKMIEKHOV Passed away Tuesday morning, at 10 o'clock, by Subscription Rotes By Carrier In British Colum-. 77 so 14 8 40 14 88 84 88 11 111 81A SO 41 70 41 81 40 10S 114 SS 78 81 87 114 01 84 48 SS 97 118 twap, Trad burnished Homes Furnished Room "urnlshed Suite Furniture Tear Oardea la Heating LITTLE red cocker, female (payed named "Glnifer." Disappeared from 1165 Haywood, West July Generous reward. Mrs. Oughton. Dia, per monin ei.w. 79 7. 4) 48 reacher unneniy si urimniB Bearn. Roy. P. Monahan, U.M.I. inter GARDEN CHAPEL CREMATORIUM Ocean View Burial Park Television We wish to express our sincere thatiki nd appreciation to our many friends who were so kind to us during our recent bereavement and also for the beautiful floral offerings. Mr. Pete Decker and family. 2507 Patterson HE 1-8888 wa j-ima. meTi Ocean view Burial iarn. Simmons A McBrlde Broadway at Maple Directors. By mall In Canada (outside Greater Vancouver) and British Empire, per month Sl.SOf 8 COCKATEIL, will answer to it 14 Health Service Help Wanted, Women Help Wanted, Mn Mlrkey. will give the wolf whistle and say "Hya Bahe" afterward. 15 Music, Art, Dancing montns S4, mnnins year 81 i except Australia per month ll ner vsar 824 July 6, 1957. Matthew Henry Henderson, nf 2037 Allison Road, Vancouver. In his 25th year. Survived bv his loving parents, Mr. and Mrs. George C. Henderson. Vancouver; 8 brothers. James, tieoree, Richard, all of Vancouver. The deceased was a member nf Phi Delta Thela Fraternity, I'BC Funeral service Tues. at 8 p.m. from 1 fi 1t.tnnrlrf ttrnaff. Reward offered. HE 1-2865. VIC, 35! and Fraser dark Music TAMM PERK Passed sway July 8. Ann Marie, beloved Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Udo Tammper of 1418 Harold Road, rtmber and Mills "rucks, Trailers Typewriter Jnfur. Suite, Rooms Unfurnished Home Vacuum Cleaner Wanted, Auto vrntd. Home to Wanted to Rent Wanted Miscellaneous Waihlns Machine Watarrrontaga Wrecking Accetsorle United States and Mexico, per month 81JW: per year 818 Foreign countrfrs- per month to VI' nr S27. brown Pomeranian, male, ancwert to "Rex." FR 4868. Reward. We wish to thank our friend for their kindness shown during our recent sad bereavement In the loss of our mother, Mrs. E1ea- ttnalal Ihanlra A Paw Hew wanted Men-Women Homes For Sal 01 Home Wanted to Buy Hotel 71 Housekeeping Rooms 74 in Memorlam 9 Industrial Property OS Listings Cancelled OS Information Wanted 1 rmmn. FRES musical instrument while your child I learning. Kliy School ot Wusla, PA TSU. MEN'S horr-rimmed glasse. Vic OlmiiiMiia i mi 1.11..,, ui ill womuu.ri. "B- way at Maple 8t. Rev. Jeoffrey Funeral service Mnn. at 11 a. Norm Vancouver, ags m. xtra ana rraser. ha uhy4k. Saturday edition 14 per By mail In Canada and Creat a rur us. A. fmm Simmon A McBrlde Chapel, Permit officiating. Cremation. No Don ii Id Befway ot Agassis tor hi AB HIM recommend Doris Nor- MALE, 10 week, tan. part Cocker n.roaday at Mapl 8U -Rev. M. flower by request man to teach accordion. CE 7023. 13 50 oer year; Australia 86.50 comioriing worus. Mr. and Mr. John Brodis. riaynan omtiaung. imimuun. puppy. Red collar, DE 3-123. Continued an nut column). CDcUnu4 oa aaxt rolaani I per year. aa oast rolumtu 1 (CooUnuad oa nest column. A 2-St. A i i

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