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Myrtle Philip Elementary School

  • PHILIP-3-1986-0210
  • Pièce
  • Oct. 1976
  • Fait partie de Philip Fonds

Myrtle Philip Elementary School with the tennis courts behind. Rainbow Mountain in the background.

Week of December 23, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to Paul and Jane Burrows; children drinking hot chocolate; ski gear; opening Christmas presents; children in costume for Christmas play; "Christmas Around the World" school event; post office;
Appears in December 23, 1982 issue:
02-287-23. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Publisher Paul Burrows and his wife Jane prior to a well-earned visit to the Caribbean.
02-287-44. Pg. 8. Caption: Nick Gibbs, Stoney's chef, went all out with his culinary talents and produced this appetizing creation from a 40 lb. salmon donated by the Grocery Store. It was part of a huge "indoor picnic" for participants in the All Cal Winter Carnival.
02-287-15. Pg. 10. Caption: No, this young man is not a practitioner of the latest foot fetishes. He's fitting WMSC General Manager Peter Alder with a new pair of boots from McConkey's Ski Shop. (By the way, Peter's old boots were just that -- old. They fastened with laces.)

Week of October 25, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to exposition; car accident; Sandy & Molly Boyd; Pat Carleton; Whistler Gondola; construction; film crew; dining; children's event; chef; council meeting; helicopter; mountain views; Whistler Parent Teacher Committee Bingo Nite; Whistler Industrial Park construction; Health Planning Society Board; Whistler Chamber of Commerce
Appears in October 28, 1982 issue:
02-296-66. Pg. 1. Caption: Puzzled? The Whistler Information sign and map took a tumble Friday, Oct. 22 during high winds, just missing the info centre. Foundation posts had apparently rotted.
02-296-77. Pg. 2. Caption: Hats of all kinds turn up these days at Myrtle Philip School. The fashion> Keeping away from lice.
02-296-46. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] On your marks; get set -- three candidates (Mark Angus, Sid Young and Ruth Lotzkar) enjoy a laugh after handing in nomination papers Oct. 25 for the Nov. 20 municipal election.
02-296-75. Pg. 3. Caption: Volunteers check children for head lice, which have reached epidemic numbers in Whistler.
02-296-41. Pg. 6. Caption: [middle] Art Den Duyf, Contractor of sorts, White Gold.
02-296-36. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] Rick Crofton, Contractor, Alpine Meadows.
02-296-56. Pg. 7. Caption: Recent heavy rains in the Whistler area have reminded drivers of the flood problems on Highway 99.
02-296-99. Pg. 9. Caption: [top left] sets off along the partially completed boardwalk on Rainbow Trail.
02-296-82. Pg. 9. Caption: [top right] At far right municipal crew installs stairway in Alpha Lake Park, which crews are trying to rough out before winter's onslaught.
02-296-101. Pg. 9. Caption: [bottom] Clockwise from bottom -- crew disembarks from helicopter
02-296-51. Pg. 11. Caption: Mayor Carleton got exposure to more than a brief interlude of sun Tuesday, Oct. 19 when CTV interviewer Cynthia Ott arrived in Whistler to ask some questions.
02-296-90. Pg. 12. Caption: Construction is forging ahead on the first building to be put up in Phase II in Whistler's Industrial Park. Sadler Bros. Builders are contractors on the project.
02-296-47. Pg. 13. Caption:This is vehicle in which deriver Daniel George Eveno of Mt. Currie was killed when the car failed to negotiate a curve by the Green River crossing north of Whistler on October 18. Injured in the accident were Gregory Jamieson of Mt. Currie and Cindy Downer of Squamish.
02-296-94. Pg. 16. Caption: New members of the Health Planning Society Board, from left Kathy Hicks (Treasurer), Tim Woods (Director), Rolley Horsey (Vice President), Craig MacKenzie (President) and Fred Barter (Director).
02-296-73. Pg. 18. Caption: The Candidates -- Whistler Chamber of Commerce President Jim Gruetzke introduces Sid Young (a mayorality candidate in the Nov. 20 election), Craig MacKenzie, Mark Sadler and David O'Keefe (aldermanic candidates) at an afternoon wine and cheese held Oct. 24 at Delta Mountain Inn.

Week of October 18, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to children presenting art; meeting; hockey; chairlifts in the fog; football in the snow; cars; dinner event; Whistler's Pierre Trudeau; Whistler Winterhawks; Alta Lake Community Club; Myrtle Philip School Fire Prevention Week; L'Apres
Appears in October 21, 1982 issue:
02-299-43. Pg. 1. Caption: A Whistler wonderland appeared overnight Sunday, Oct. 17 with the season's first snow in the valley.
02-299-29. Pg. 3. Caption: Whistler Council shows the signs of a gruelling three-hour public hearing held to discuss bylaws for the equestrian centre Oct. 18.
02-299-73. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Vikki Fuller, Future Village store operator, Alpine Meadows.
02-299-66. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] Pierre Trudeau, Insulation contractor, Alpine Meadows.
02-299-12. Pg. 7. Caption: A close call for the Squamish Hunters as Whistler WInterhawks set up a shot-on-goal in Saturday''s game.
02-299-60. Pg. 10. Caption: Newcomvers and old-timers enjoyed tea and nibbles at the second annual Welcom to Whistler Tea put on by the Alta Lake Community Club in Blackcomb Lodge Sunday, Oct. 17.
02-299-1. Pg. 11. Caption: Myrtle Philip School Fire Prevention Week poster winners display their winning paintings. From left to right: Jessica Humphries, Michele Zinsli, Heather Paul, Karen Wylie, Shannon Brown-Ashton, Sonja Richli, Peaches Grant, Missing is Rya Kirkwood.
02-299-21. Pg. 12. Caption: [top] New crew at L'Apres are food-service supervisors (left to right) Debi Smolkin, Louis-Rene Jobin, Brenda Thompson and Chris Bahrey.
02-299-57. Pg. 13. Caption: The world was someone's living room -- so who needs a TV when you can sit and watch the crowds stroll by in the municipal parking lot.
02-299-74. Pg. 14. Caption: Richard Miller outside Granny's Food Emporium, which will open in Whistler Nov. 1.
02-299-49. Pg. 16. Caption: DeMolay youngsters take full advantage of the first snow of the season and run through a very crisp game of flag football Sunday, Oct. 17.

Week of April 18, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to dancing and exercise in a school gym; Ski Inn barbecue; skiers in costume on the mountain; ; musicians playing; Squamish Youth Chorale's production of The Day He Wore My Crown
Appears in April 28, 1983 issue:
02-313-40. Pg. 12. Caption: Just try it! This magnificent Bentley was manoeuvered into a convenient parking stall in Village Square Sunday, April 17 and since it was a no parking zone, Payless Towing was called to the rescue. The tow truck driver decided it was best not to touch the classy chassis... but the brazen owner did get a ticket.
Appears in April 21, 1983 issue:
02-313-29. Pg. 2. Caption: Soloists Tami Casey (the woman at the well) and Bruce Smith (Peter) mourn the death of Christ during the Squamish Youth Chorale's successful production of The Day He Wore My Crown staged at Myrtle Philip School Saturday, April 16.
02-313-56. Pg. 10. Caption: Donna Hauschka (left) registers voters for the May 5 election. Debby O'Hanley of Whistler and David and Jimmy Wong of Richmond sign up for their right to vote.
02-313-2. Pg. 12. Caption: You put your right foot in ... Debbie Gurlach (far right) leads her jazz dance class through a routine Tuesday and Thursdayl evenings at 6:30 at Myrtle Philip School. (L-R) Jan Alsop, Jennifer Marien and Kenny Melamed follow the leader.
02-313-15. Pg. 13. Caption: Head flipper Tom McKoy serves' up hot at the top on Whistler Mountain every fine day at the Ski Inn at the junction of the Orange and Black chairs.
02-313-21. Pg. 16. Caption: The Silver Streak cut quite a swath through the crowds on Whistler Mountain Saturday, April 16 and Sunday, April 17. He made himself popular with the after-ski hoards outside the Longhorn by offering cash in exchange for drinking feats. The Longhorn staff say he bought 500 "Kamikazes" (vodka and lime juice shooters) to distribute over the afternoon and evening.
02-313-50. Pg. 18. Caption: [left] Sjaan DiLalla, Manager, Crystal Lodge, Alpine Meadows.
02-313-45. Pg. 18. Caption: [middle] Rich Miller, Owner, Granny's Food Emporium, Alpine Meadows.
02-313-57. Pg. 19. Caption: Inge Nielson, Owner, Inge's Gifts and Crafts, Whistler Cay.

Week of August 1, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to Logging Games; portraits; band playing outdoors in Whistler Village; awards at evening event; house interior; homemade airplane; small planes; Pemberton; trucks; Government of Canada Special Recovery Project; setting up for outdoor concert; post boxes; Whistler Resort Association promotional film;
Appears in August 4, 1983 issue:
02-338-107. Pg. 1. Caption: Designer Kurt Warner (center) of Arabesque Tension Structures instructs a group on setting up the WRA's new $15,000 tent at Myrtle Philip School field July 28. The tent is lifted initially by what Warner calls "the world's largest bumper jack" then pulled over by a vehicle or a winch. It can be set up in three hours and collapsed in half the time and can serve as overhead shelter or a band shell.
02-338-126. Pg. 2. Caption: What all of Whistler's been waiting for -- 364 new boxes were installed at the post office July 27. Contractor Richard Vandervinne also added two new security doors while he was at it. The postmaster asked letter-lovers to quell their enthusiasm. Everyone who has applied for a box will be contacted within the next two months.
02-338-64. Pg. 3. Caption: [inset] Don Natanos flies a one-seater plane on Saturday, July 31 as part of an eight-minute promotional film for the Whistler Resort Association. The film is being produced by Petersen Productions.
02-338-72. Pg. 3. Caption: See above.
02-338-38. Pg. 5. Caption: Ernie Hnatiuk ... looking forward to working with WLC.
02-338-26. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Lee-Ann Russell, Village Store Employee, Brio Estates.
02-338-33. Pg. 6. Caption: [middle] Dennis Waddingham, Village Store Owner, Whistler Cay.
02-338-61. Pg. 6. Caption: [bottom] Paul Burrows, former publisher of The Whistler Question, receives two awards fro Kevin Hamm, publisher of the Northwest Herald in Saskatchewan at the CCNA annual meeting in Winnipeg. The Question was awarded first place for best all-round newspaper and best front page in its circulation class in Canada.
02-338-122. Pg. 7. Caption: [top] Whistler Resort Association's latest purchase, a $15,000 "Arabesque" tent, was put up under the close scrutiny of designer Kurt Warner of Calgary.
02-338-113. Pg. 7. Caption: [middle] on the Myrtle Philip School playing field July 28.
02-338-100. Pg. 7. Caption: [bottom] The tent covers 2400 sq. ft. and is 40 ft. wide and 60ft. high. When everyone has learned the ropes, it should take three people three hours to set up.
02-338-85. Pg. 8. Caption: [top] Small planes line up along the new airstrip in Pemberton (above)
02-338-93. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom] while signs at the entrance announce the federal government's $400,000 grant to improve the landing strip.
02-338-18. Pg. 9. Caption: [top] The Bischoff brothers of Squamish (above) take 10 swings in the Butcher Block competition during Squamish Loggers' Sports Days finals July 31 at the new stadium in Squamish.
02-338-11. Pg. 9. Caption: [bottom] Left, two loggers descent just below the speed of gravity in the Pole Climb.
02-338-48. Pg. 10. Caption: With a touch of Irish traditional music blended with their own, (l to r) Geoffrey Kelly, Jay Knudson and John Mann brightened up an already sunny Village Square Sunday. The lively trio hails from Vancouver.
02-338-45. Pg. 13. Caption: Linda Lesch (left) gives a nod of approval to the goodie picked out by Heather Powell-Long, 3, at the community centre bake sale Sunday, while Chani Long, 5, and Taya James, 9, consider their choices. $149 was raised for the project.

Week of June 6, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to bridge; climbing a fence; horses; portraits; construction; baseball; buffet dinner; Whistler Country Guides canoes at the lake; logging trucks; landscapes; wildlife; band playing; buses; orchestra playing outdoors in Whistler Village; logging; river; trumpet player; barbecue; Vancouver Whitecaps autographs at Myrtle Philip School Sports Banquet
02-348-35. Pg. 1. Caption: Weigh, hey, up she rises ... Cranes hoist the 18-ton concrete spans into place over 19 Mile Creek June 1 in preparation for the new bridge. December '81 floods washed out the old wooden bridge, severing Valley Drive in Alpine Meadows.
02-348-20. Pg. 2. Caption: Golf course, co-ordinator Bob Wick ... ready to heave a sigh of relief.
02-348-99. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] A semi-permanent abode (center) graces the shores of Green Lake in a makeshift campground on private property. Bottles, remnants of campfires and dirty pans litter the ground in this otherwise beautiful setting.
02-348-4. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] The no-name bridge over the River of Golden Dreams near Tapley Place is now suffering from a new problem. Spring run-off set one end of the bridge askew, and according to Municipal Engineer Doug Wylie, it may well stay that way for several months. Due to problems in ascertaining the legal right-of-ways to the bridge, not to mention the party responsible for the bridge, the municipality will have its hands tied up in paperwork for some time before it can set things right.
02-348-55. Pg. 5. Caption: Mike Sweeney (seated) of Vancouver's Whitecaps soccer team signs a few autographs at Myrtle Philip School sports banquet Thursday, June 2.
02-348-84. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Ray Wiens, Minister, Alpine Meadows.
02-348-23. Pg. 6. Caption: [middle] Mike Thaxter, Construction Worker, Alpine Meadows.
02-348-28. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] Reg Walser, Unemployed, Alpine Meadows.
02-348-107. Pg. 6. Caption: [bottom] Pause a while in Whistler Village the next sunny day and you'll hear this group of young musicians perform a wide variety of selections. (L-R) Jennifer Porter, Cal McConnell, Connie Carver, Dan Cushing, and Frank Mallany are a part of a federal government student employment program run by the WRA. In addition to displaying their musical talents these young people will be offering village tours, working at the new information booth and helping at special events.
02-348-40. Pg. 7. Caption: The beer league's Dregs got a lift June 1 when Patti Ritchie made it home, despite the valiant efforts of the Longhorn's All-night All-stars' back catcher. Final score? A 27-27 tie.
02-348-128. Pg. 9. Caption: Chips fly where they may as Jud Forster (left) and Stan Hammond prepare red cedar logs for a carport in Whistler Cay Heights being built by Hammond and Davies Log Builders.
02-348-115. Pg. 11. Caption: Ray Lyman, band director of Seaton Secondary School from Vernon, was pleased to present Whistler's Molly Boyd with a band booster award for the services she rendered in bringing the group to Whistler. Band members and audiences alike braved cold winds to share a top-rated concert of big band sounds.

Week of December 20, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to crowds in Whistler Village in winter; car accident; portraits; group photo; skiers; icicles; chairlift; drinking; restaurant interior; children sitting on Santa's lap; man reading 'Sea to Sky Country'; buffet dinner; Whistler Mountain Ski Club group photos; choir singing; North Shore Community Credit Union; Orphan's Monday Benefit at Club 10; Alta Lake Community Club; Sunshine Jim; Pika's Restaurant official opening; Vox Humana Choir
Appears in December 20, 1984 issue:
02-385-130. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] People might have complained about long line-ups at the credit union, but until Sunday heat was never a problem. But Sunday, the day the North Shore Community Credit Union moved across the square to its new, 1,300 sq. ft. premises, John Hunan of Whistler (right) found himself in a chilly line-up behind Danny Meier and David Monteith (left) of North Vancouver. Actually, it's a bogus lone-up: the bureau shown, as well as an 8,500 fund safe and other banking equipment had to be moved by truck from the old location to the new. Carpenters and electricians worked nearly around the clock Sunday and Monday to be ready for business as usual Tuesday. They made deadline.
02-385-138. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Ross Smith from Nasty Jack's carves up a turkey at Club 10's benefit for Orphans Monday. More than 40 people turned out for the event featuring a buffet dinner catered by Nasty Jack's with all proceeds going to the Vancouver Fire Department's Orphans Fund.
02-385-13. Pg. 6. Caption: Drew Meredith
02-385-29. Pg. 6. Caption: Norm Trottier
02-385-18. Pg. 6. Caption: Arv Pellegrin
02-385-25. Pg. 6. Caption: Colleen Wuolle
02-385-17. Pg. 6. Caption: Michelle Harris
02-385-27. Pg. 6. Caption: Jan Simpson
02-385-15. Pg. 6. Caption: Don Wensley
02-385-21 Pg. 6. Caption: Chris Moore
02-385-20. Pg. 6. Caption: Pat Kelly
02-385-91. Pg. 7. Caption: Five-year-old Paul Vance shares Santa's knee with his brother, six-month-old John.
02-385-122. Pg. 14. Caption: John Bartosik, publisher/photographer of Sea to Sky Country.
02-385-97. Pg. 15. Caption: Sunshine Jim entertained about more than 100 Whistler youngsters Saturday afternoon before the kids were visited by Santa Claus. Sunshine Jim sang a series of songs including Scooter the Car and Porky the Raccoon who, even though traditional enemies, became friends. The event was sponsored by the Alta Lake Community Club and was held in the Myrtle Philip School lunchroom.
02-385-104. Pg. 19. Caption: Michele Bertholet is the head chef at Pika's (pronounced Peeka's), Whistler Mountain's new restaurant adjacent the Roundhouse. The facility, which is licensed to seat 400 persons, had its official opening Friday. The 8,300 sq. ft. restaurant, designed by architect Lee Bruch and engineer Jon Paine, cost about $600,000 to construct including more than $150,000 in kitchen equipment. Bertholet and his staff will now be able to provide freshly baked pastries, rolls and buns daily as well as hearty meals such as Baron of Beef and chili. As well, the new restaurant features a custom sandwich bar. Whistler Mountain Ski Corporation named the restaurant Pika's, a small rock rabbit commonly found through the high alpine regions of North America, after a contest that drew 300 entries. Whistler residents Ms. Lori Mitchell and Mr. Peter Pritt were the winners and will split the grand prize so that each will receive $100 as well as a $50 gift certificate from Dusty's Cantina. Coincidentally, the name also fits a former mountain resident of a slightly larger form: Jessica Hare. Jessica lived in Whistler Mountain's alpine residence for four of her five years and gained the nickname Pika.
02-385-120. Pg. 24. Caption: [left] Wendy von der Porten, Physician, Vancouver/Whistler.
02-385-118. Pg. 24. Caption: [middle] John Matthews, Businessman, Hawaii
02-385-117. Pg. 24. Caption: [right] Tom Handford, Carpenter, Sooke, B.C.
02-385-99. Pg. 27. Caption: Pika's (pronounced Peeka's) was officially opened Friday as Whistler Mountain unveiled its newest mountaintop restaurant. The two-level facility, which will feature light entertainment in the afternoon, is licensed to seat 400 skiers. Dressed in white in the centre are some of PIka's kitchen staff.
02-385-67. Pg. 28. Caption: A winter scene at Jordan Creek in Alpha Lake Park.
02-385-9. Pg. 29. Caption: Blackcomb Mountain Staff
02-385-155. Pg. 31. Caption: Vox Humana, an a capella choir group from Vancouver, entertained only 33 people Saturday evening at the Delta an event organized by Whistler Community Arts Council. Whistler Visitors and residents missed out on a stellar performance by the group as they performed Spanish, Latin, and traditional Christmas carols. One of the highlights of the evening included the touching rendition of a carol written by a Vancouver woman who's child died on Christmas.

Week of May 31, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to portraits; pianist playing in Whistler Village; construction; sea plane and canoeing on Alta Lake; biking in Whistler Village; baseball; children at the beach; opening of North Shore Community Credit Union; NSCCU staff
Appears in May 31, 1984 issue:
02-403-B-1. Pg. 1. Caption: Movers managed to transport the 5,300 lb. safe into the new credit union office in Village Square Monday after they also shifted the 4,500 lb. night deposit vault. North Shore Community Credit Union is all set for its Saturday opening.
02-403-C-22. Pg. 1. Caption: Tony Hoar, Canadian and international BMX president.
02-403-C-3. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] A true adventurer, Briton Paul Claxton passed through Whistler last Wednesday on the first leg of a solo cycling expedition to Alaska by gravel road. Clayton, 21, is an Oxford physics graduate on leave from his research job, and says his 3,000 mile trip, leading to the brink of the Arctic Ocean, is the first of its kind. The determined cyclist is ready for anything. Last Tuesday he wheeled his custom built, $1,400 10-speed into the Daisy Lake campground where he spent the night under a picnic table. His only real worries, however, are bares and the man-eating Canadian mosquito.
02-403-C-28. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Kelly Norton doesn;t like holding the tail of an 18 1/2" Rainbow Trout that her dad, David, caught early Sunday Morning. Kelly's brother Michael doesn't seem to mind though. Mr. Norton is wondering, however, if there's any more fish like the one he caught still in Alta Lake. He says it's the largest he's seen in years.
02-403- B-5. Pg. 8. Caption: Myrtle Philip School students got an unexpected gift this week when the Whistler Corporate Cup Association, a conglomeration of local businesses and organizations, donated the proceeds of this year's Corporate Cup to the school. Principal Bob Daly (right) accept a $1,549.75 cheque from Jeff Wuolle and Laurie Vance.
02-403-A-2. Pg. 11. Caption: When sworn-in as Justice of the Peace within a few weeks, Nick DiLalla should be familiar with most of the procedure necessary to execute the duties. Dialler is right now studying various legal material that will guide his decisions when asked by RCMP to issues search warrants, or when conducting show-cause hearings for remanded prisoners as well as issuing summonses and subpoenas. Several months ago appeared before a board of examiners including Vancouver Alderman Harry Rankin, and recently was informed that he's wanted for the job.While DiLalla is not sure exactly why he was chosen, he has voiced a strong concern for upholding the rights of citizens.
02-403-C-14. Pg. 15. Caption: Sunday was one of the first real days of spring this year and the Myrtle Philip School diamond was the scene for a local fastball game between Pemberton Legion and the Whistler squad. Whistler lost, however, 13-5 to the Pemberton team.
02-403-A-11. Pg. 16. Caption: [left] Hugh Hancock, Marketing manager, Alpine Meadows.
02-403-A-10. Pg. 16. Caption: [middle] Sid Young, Travel agent, Alpine Meadows.
02-403-A-13. Pg. 16. Caption: [right] Bob Hufsmith, Unemployed, Alpine Meadows.
02-403-A-8. Pg. 21. Caption: Singer Paul Ciechanowski, hired by the Whistler Resort Association for summer village entertainment, opened the season Saturday in Village Square.

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