- Snowfall in December was 36 inches making a total of 117 inches. (3
inches short of 10 feet! - Herb)
- Lila and Bill Corran celebrated their 40th Wedding Anniversary with a
cocktail party and buffet supper at their home.
- On October 9 at the Cassiar Elementary School, Cassiar's third citizenship
court was held. Magistrate W. Corran presided. The candidates were Jeroslav
Sedlak and Stephan Rudianyn. The pianist was Mrs. Hambidge; standard bearers
were Walter Hanley and Peter Voss.
- At a meeting of the P.T.A. held on Jan. 8, Mr. F. Grayston was elected
president in place of Mr. D. Cumming, who has recently left Cassiar.
- On Boxing Day, Peter Davies and Dick Stevens gave the first blood
transfusion ever in Cassiar.
Born to Daisy Charlie on Dec. 29, a daughter, Rita, 5 lbs. 14 ozs.
Born to Mabel Grank on Dec. 29, a son, Eugene Tom, 5 lbs. 14 ozs.
Born to Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Everett Merkel on Dec. 24, a son, Ricky Wayne,
5 lbs. 10 ozs.
Born to Mr. & Mrs. Philip Henry Asp, a daughter, Vera Janice, 5 lbs. 4
Born to Mr. & Mrs. Andre Kassin on Jan. 14, a son, 7 lbs. 9 ozs.
Born to Mr. & Mrs. Karl Voss on Jan. 12, a son, 8 lbs. 15 ozs.
- Hospital patients: May Jakesta, discharged Dec. 30; Willie Jakesta, still
in. Lothar Juraski is now able to get out and around again after an
- Service Station: A new building has been erected and new lighting
installed at the "PHILLIPS 66" station under the direction of
Horace Wright, Maintenance Engineer for "66." Bill Rattray opened
up for business on Jan 21. He will again dispense gas, oil, tires, and other
- On Feb. 8, Bill Johnson left for Vancouver, Kirkland Lake, and Mexico.
Rene and Edna Pasiaud are covering the European Continent on completion of
their "over the pole flight," Feb. 17. Alex Galt returned to
Cassiar on Feb. 14.
- Welcome to Cassiar - Miss Virginia Evans, of England, who has joined the
Born to Mr. & Mrs. Archibald Jack on Jan. 25, a daughter, Heather Anne,
4 lbs. 6 ozs.
Born to Mr. & Mrs. A. Joseph on Jan. 27, a son, 8 lbs.
Born to Mr. & Mrs. E. Marion on Feb. 5, a daughter, Sandra, 8 lbs. 5 ozs.
Born to Mr. & Mrs. Konrad Rettich on Feb. 16, a son, Clemens, 8 lbs. 3
Born to Mr. & Mrs. Leon Bourque on Feb. 18, a daughter, Michelle Leonne,
- The School Boys & Girls bonspiel, held on Mar. 27 was won by
Walter Hanley, Heather McAndrew, Diane Stewart and Hartmut Hilger with three
straight wins. Keith Baileys rink came second and Wolfgang Beyers
third. Stan Stewarts was last but not least. Presentations were made by Art
McAndrew. Special thanks to Marj. And Rupert McKenzie for teaching the
children curling. The Bell Asbestos trophy was won on Apr.3, by Jack Berry,
Roger Blanchette, Julie Caron, and Jane Evans. Runner-up was Rupert
McKenzie, Frank Czerey, Nettie Hood, and Marj. McKenzie.
- The Caron family, Jane Evans, and Barry Watling all went out for vacation.
Andre Beguin went to Anchorage to attend a meeting of the American Institute
of Mining and Engineering. Lila Corran left for Vancouver to visit Uncle
Willie who was in hospital.
- Rene and Edna Passiaud, Julien St. George, Bert Dennis, Mrs. Murray and
- Rupert and Marg. McKenzie celebrated their 20 the wedding anniversary on
April 4. April 3 was the 6th anniversary of the Carons arrival in
- Mr. Mac Manning joined the Geology Staff.
- Total Snowfall to date, 217.3 inches, 5.9 inches fell on April 2.
- Boy Scouts Association: Cubmaster Bill Slaine and Scoutmaster Vic Wilson
invited boys eight and over to join. Meetings, 6:30 to 8:oo PM on Wed.
nights. Parents interested could contact the Leaders or Charlie Bronson,
Group Committee Chairman.
- Hospital patients were George Ludwig, of Calgary, Deborah Etzerza, Peter
Michas. Van Andreasen was transferred to Vancouver.
- The Catholic Womens League, on April 7, elected the following officers,
President - Mrs. Freda Forbes, Secretary - Miss Lillian Gault, Treasurer -
Mrs. Karl Voss, carried over from previous year. Next CWL meeting, April 28
at 8 p.m.
- Andre Beguin returned from attending a meeting of the American Institute
of Mining and Engineering, held in Anchorage Alaska. The M.P. for the Yukon,
Erik Neilsen also attended.
- Ruth and Charlie Bronson returned from an extended trip that included
Toronto and Mexico.
Jessie Lannan and Jack Ferris left for Vancouver (not together).
- Snow Fall - 4 inches fell on Sunday, April 19, for a total of 223.8
- Safety Bingo Competitions: Jack Thornicroft took the main prize with
a full card. New Bingo cards were available at the Time Office.
- Hospital Patients in since the last issue were: Mrs. M Proulx, Watson
Lake, Mrs. Isabel Tisiga, Cassiar, Willie Corran, in Vancouver hospital.
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