Photographs including but not limited to portraits; Ski Swap; ski gear; children on Halloween; RCMP portraits; Halloween party; drinking; costumes; Canadian Ski Team Fundraiser; mopping; actors; costumes
Appears in November 8, 1984 issue:
02-391-5. Pg. 1. Caption: The Whistler Mountain Ski Club held its annual ski swap Saturday and Sunday as hundreds of local and Vancouver residents flocked to Myrtle Philip School gym to take advantage of the many bargains available.
02-391-125. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Grocery Store staff spent most of Saturday mopping up water that covered the floor. The damage was caused by a burst pipe in the Hearthstone Lodge. Both the Grocery Store and the liquor store were closed for more than half the day. Water damage was also sustained by some suites in the Hearthstone.
02-391-48. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Myrtle Philip School students dressed for Halloween. They showed up as goblins and spooks, clowns, not to mention shaving cream and toothpaste!
02-391-145. Pg. 5. Caption: Jack Bright and Toulouse dressed in their finest for last Wednesday's National Men's Downhill Team Benefit at Dusty's. The event raised about $7,500 for the team.
02-391-81. Pg. 7. Caption: Mark Angus
02-391-114. Pg. 9. Caption: Bernie Hauschka
02-391-85. Pg. 9. Caption: Nancy Wilhelm-Morden
02-391-146. Pg. 10. Caption: [left] The real Whistler came out of the closet, so to speak, Halloween night to help support the National Ski Team Benefit. Mr. & Mrs. Halfenhalf (left) walked away from Dusty's with the top prize for best costume
02-391-141. Pg. 10. Caption: [middle] While Mark Angus (above) disguised as mayor, negotiated for some heavy Arab backing from Ali Raina.
02-391-137. Pg. 10. Caption: [top right] The Borgal-Treiber Team (above) right didn't find any of it a drag,
02-391-139. Pg. 10. Caption: [bottom right] and Da Voice of Da Woikin' Class (right) could be found everywhere, especially under Francois Lepine's hat.
02-391-130. Pg. 12. Caption: Foot in the Door, with new drummer Ian Boyd, rocked the crowd up Halloween night at the National Ski Team Benefit.
02-391-111. Pg. 12. Caption: Bernie Hauschka advertisement for Alderman.
02-391-75. Pg. 13. Caption: Constable George Pemberton, formerly of Squamish, is now at Whistler. Pemberton joined the six man Whistler R.C.M.P. detachment Nov. 1, replacing Constable Russ Grabb, who moved on to Richmond, Pemberton, 26, is on an unlimited posting here, and recently spent six months on the Squamish highway patrol and 18 months with the Squamish municipal R.C.M.P.
02-391-4. Pg. 16. Caption: Ingrid Philips, the newest addition to the staff at The Whistler Question, brings nearly six years of experience in graphic design and newspaper work to her position. Ingrid is a former employee of The Nanaimo Daily Free Press, Langley Times, and Design One Graphic Production. Her graphic experience, together with that of Shannon Halkett, provides a full range of graphic production services at Whistler. Ingrid and her three-year old son Douglas will reside at Whistler.
02-391-62. Pg. 22. Caption: [left] Ian Anderson, Supervisor, Brio.
02-391-68. Pg. 22. Caption: [middle] Lisa Mianscum, Whistler Mountain Employee, Whiski Jack.
02-391-71. Pg. 22. Caption: [right] Daniel Desmarais, Artist, Alpine Meadows.
02-391-143. Pg. 22. Caption: [bottom] Let's hope they know how to ski in these costumes too. (left to right) Felix Belczyk, Rob Boyd and Mike Carney, all members of the national downhill team, were at Dusty's Wednesday for the annual benefit.
02-391-16. Pg. 23. Caption: At precisely 11 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 11 a moment of silence followed by a brief ceremony will take place in front of the Public Safety Building. Among the group gathered there to remember the 114,000 Canadian men and women who died in battle this century, will be Rollie Horsey, a retired Major in the Canadian infantry who fought in World War II. Mr. Horsey, a resident of Whistler for 17 years with his wife Anne, started with Canadian Scottish in Victoria in 1939 shortly after war was declared and headed overseas to Great Britain on a three-ship convoy in 1941. For his commitment toward fighting against the Axis powers he received the DSO is an all-Canadian investiture at Buckingham Palace with Lt. Co. Lord Tweedsmuir. He returned to Europe in 1967 with his wife and visited a Canadian cemetery and was struck by the futility and sadness of all the young men who gave their life for their country during World War II. Mr. Horsey will be on hand Sunday to remember not only all those who died but also his own involvement fighting in Europe to defeat Adolf Hitler and the Axis powers.