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The Longhorn Pub Pamphlet

Pamphlet for the Longhorn Pub (in Carleton Lodge) that shares photos, amenities, contact, and information on group event bookings.

Week of August 30, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to summer operation Whistler Mountain; Tower 18; chairlift; drinking at a party; construction; canoeing; smoking; firefighters; Michellson's spoon; portraits; Dennis Hanson; windsurfing; cars; Autocross; car accident; pub; Porsche; Vancouver Fire Institute course; election campaign
Appears in August 30, 1984 issue:
02-419-F-2. Pg. 1. Caption: Peter Andrews makes a last minute check to his Porsche Saturday in the concours d'elegance in Whistler Village. Porsches from all over the Pacific Northwest visited Whistler for the 4th annual Porsche Weekend. More on page 16.
02-419-A-12. Pg. 3. Caption: Dorothy Sabey in front of her home with her dogs Mike and Jake.
02-419-F-28. Pg. 7. Caption: Incumbent Conservative MP Lorne Greenaway passed through Whistler, and Tapley's pub, Friday. Greenaway spent part of the morning and afternoon campaigning for Tuesday's election.
02-419-C-11. Pg. 8. Caption: [top] The Whistler Canoe Club hosted a brigade race on Alta Lake during the weekend with the women's squad (Connie Kutyn, Trudy Alder, Margo Mathews, Sue Davidson, Bev Downie and Tracy Morben) beating the Richmond Fire Department Women's Brigade Team by six minutes. The Whistler Men's team (Ken Hardy, Mike Jakobson, Tim Malone, Frank Bartik, Preston Fritz and Brian Allen) came second to a Vancouver team.
02-419-B-17. Pg. 10. Caption: Mayor Mark Angus was busy campaigning last Tuesday at an informal open house at Jan Holberg and Ted Nebbeling's home on Alta Lake. D-Day for Angus and all the candidates is next Tuesday.
02-419-C-2. Pg. 11. Caption: District firemen sharpened their skills over the weekend in a course given by the Vancouver Fire Institute.
02-419-F-11. Pg. 15. Caption:This car has been peering into the Soo Valley stream for a few years now.
02-419-F-5. Pg. 16. Caption: [left] Porsche fanciers wheeled their cars around a Blackcomb parking lot course set to test the cars to their limit. 109 cars and about 300 people participated in the weekend events which also include a concours d'elegance Saturday.
02-419-E-5. Pg. 16. Caption: [right] See caption above.
02-419-C-23. Pg. 16. Caption: [bottom] Friday's Chamber of Commerce dinner dance at Dusty's attracted just about every business person in Whistler for a night of socializing and dancing, to the tunes of Peter Carson Trio.
02-419-A-2. Pg. 18. Caption: [left] Steve Bird, Ski Technician, Tamarisk.
02-419-A-5. Pg. 18. Caption: [middle] Terry Power, Bartender, Slopeside.
02-419-A-6. Pg. 18. Caption: [right] Raj Anand, Lawyer, Toronto.
02-419-B-5. Pg. 21. Caption: And you thought kids only carry ghetto blasters on their shoulders these days? This racoon was spotted roaming the village Saturday.
02-419-A-26. [WRA party in Blackcomb Lodge above Moguls, from left to right: Kathy Hicks, Kathy MacAlister (nee Goodall), Debbie Omara, June Paley, Don Armour, Shelley [?], and Jim Budge]
02-419-B-001. [From left to right: Mark Angus and Art den Duyf
02-419-B-009. [From left to right: unknown, Glenda Bartosh, unknown, unknown, Barbara Terian]
02-419-B-014. [From left to right: Ted Nebbeling and unknown]
02-419-B-016. [From left to right from the WRA: Brian Moran, Barbara Terian, Kathy Hicks, and unknown]

Week of December 13, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to picnic on a snowmobile; Whistler Village; glamour shots; dog; opening presents; town planning; portraits; dancing; nativity play; advent dinner; bar; West Coast Sports and Ski Swap; cars; Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year awards; Whistler Snowmobile Services; Squamish Youth Chorale performing Dawn of a Promise ; West Coast Sports Mountain Shadow Saturday fashion show; VOX Humana Ensemble of Vancouver
Appears in December 13, 1984 issue:
02-386-118. Pg. 1. Caption: [bottom] Molly Boyd receives the plaque honouring her as the Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year Saturday. Brian Walholvd, last year's winner, announced to the crowd that Boyd was the 1984 winner for her involvement and extra commitment to the community. More pictures follow on page 16.
02-386-57. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] The Squamish Youth Chorale performed Dawn of Promise, a Christmas musical written by Walt Harrah, Saturday evening in Myrtle Philip School before an audience of 150. The chorale, composed of more than 60 members, also has six Whistler members and is lead by musical directors Norah Teel and Dave Conrad. (Top) The full chorale gathered for the grand finale.
02-386-32. Pg. 3. Caption: [left] Bob Flitton, new deputy minister of lands, parks and housing.
02-386-132. Pg. 9. Caption: Club 10 was the host to West Coast Sports Mountain Shadows Saturday night, a fashion show featuring more than 29 different outfits all available at the ski outlet; All the models got together for one final display wearing moon boots by Diadora.
02-386-99. Pg. 13. Caption: Poet and translator Wayne Holder gave a reading of his own poetry and his translations of Estonian poet Marie Under at Germaine's Licks Sunday evening. Holder, who has travelled extensively in Estonia, is one of few translators of Estonian literature. Under, a member of PEN International has twice been nominated for the Nobel Prize for Literature.
02-386-63. Pg. 16. Caption: [left] Herb Capozzi, left, was the keynote speaker at Saturday's 18th Annual Chamber of Commerce dinner dance held this year in Dusty's He kept the audience laughing with an extended series of one-liners and jokes before he reached the main point of his speech: that only constant is change in the world and appalling to it.
02-386-57. Pg. 16. Caption: [right] The Chamber also announced its new slate of executives for 1985 which includes from left to right, Roger Stacey and Nancy Trieber as vice-presidents and Dave Kirk as president. Mayor Terry Rodgers inducted the new executive which resulted in laughter among the crowd when the three members attempted to read their chamber pledge in unison.
02-386-94. Pg. 17. Caption: [top] Pierre Couture opens a bottle of O'Keefe High Test in the Brass Rail, which boasts the most brass of any bar in Whistler.
02-386-112. Pg. 17. Caption: [middle] Bartender Michael Branlon pours another pint of draft in the Longhorn, which has recently undergone substantial renovations.
02-386-97. Pg. 17. Caption: [bottom] Club 10 has always been one of the hot spots and occasional DJ Rod Pencil, known as The Rapper, sets up another record.
02-386-19. Pg. 18. Caption: [bottom] Whistler Snowmobile Services gave a party on the way to Meager Creek Saturday.
02-386-16. Pg. 20. Caption: Mike Young really flipped last Saturday during Whistler Snowmobile Services attempt to reach Meager Creek.
02-386-42. Pg. 22. Caption: [top] Mischa Redmond shows some of the money he's collected on his door-to-door African famine relief campaign.
02-386-125. Pg. 26. Caption: Two people received minor injuries in a collision at the Village Gate Boulevard and Highway 99 intersection. The Volkswagon (background) was turning left onto the boulevard when the second car, unable to stop because of heavy snow, slammed into it. About $2,100 worth of damage was done to the two vehicles. The VW driver was charged with making an improper left-hand turn.

Week of February 2, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to portraits; tennis; Blackcomb Ski Club; tires; skiing; pub; construction; RCMP; town planning; Canadian and American fire and police Carnival
Appears in February 2, 1984 issue:
02-370-102. Pg. 1. Caption: A sure sign of spring is the annual fall of the barrel into the waters of Alta Lake. Volunteer firemen Jim Crichton and Rick Crofton battled high winds and slippery ice Friday to place the barrel in the centre of the lake, marking the start of the Ice Break-up Derby.
02-370-69. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Can Cops ski? The answer is a definite yes, judging by the results of last week's Canadian-American Fire and Police Winter Carnival. Visiting defenders of the public, most of them from California, skied slalom and GS on both mountains. At an awards banquet at Delta Mountain Inn Saturday, local RCMP Constable Rene Des Fosses, left, and Rocky Fortin, right, delighted their American counterparts with their full-dress uniforms. The 240 visiting police and firemen hope to return next year with an even larger contingent, and will take advantage of the new Convention Centre.
02-370-8. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] The Whistler Resort Association's newest member is 35-year-old Rob Tivy who takes over as the association's sales director. Tiny, a native of Calgary, started in the position Monday and expects to work out of an office in Vancouver. He says his main job will be to promote Whistler as a four-season resort and as a convention and seminar destination. Tivy's previous tourist experience includes being General Manager of the Edmonton Tourist and Convention Bureau and working of the Travel and Convention Association of Southern Alberta. A business administration graduate from Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Tivy is married with two children and lives in North Delta.
02-370-91. Pg. 6. Caption: Whistler Tennis International enters its third week of operation this weekend. Last Saturday was the official opening, where Lindsay Frew of Vancouver (left) and partner Gary Berge of Whistler took on Doug Barr of Whistler and Don Snyder of North Vancouver in the four-court tennis bubble at Myrtle Philip School. Players report the playing surface is a little fast, but that is compensated for by the dense air inside the bubble.
02-370-56. Pg. 8. Caption: [left] Larry Germaine, Unemployed, Alpine Meadows.
02-370-6. Pg. 8. Caption: [middle] Jim Scribner, Contractor, Nesters.
02-370-57. Pg. 8. Caption: [right] Alex Fraser, Bartender, Gondola Area.
02-370-50. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom] A warm dry Monday brought out sun lovers and at lease one flautist.
02-370-29. Pg. 9. Caption: "Where's my master?" At lunch, apparently, while Fido (not his real name) guards the tow truck. Sunny, warm weather Monday, however, made this dog's job a little more pleasant than usual.
02-370-34. Pg. 12. Caption: It was the Whistler Mountain Ski Scamps Olympics Day last Sunday with more than 75 tykes taking part in grown-up ski racing. Kids were put through a mini slalom run and took part in a relay race to help determine their skill levels for future Ski Scamps classes. Jeff McMahon was the Black Diamond victor in the Super Scamp division. And the Regular Scamp winner was Tony Harisine while Jessica Humphries picked up top spot in the Beginners Green Circle Group.

Week of February 23, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to portraits; band playing; Martha Beaty; darts at the bar; film crew in front of the Liquor Store; ski racing; picnic in the snow; Ski Inn; snow machines and groomers; Whistler Mountain; eating at a restaurant; meeting; Winterfest Queen competition
Appears in February 23, 1984 issue:
02-367-55. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] "11 pm" host Tadeo Yokota and a group including the four Miss Ski Japan contest winners were in Whistler Tuesday for filming of the sports-feature-variety television program. The Whistler segment will be aired in Japan in mid-March on the Nippon Television Network.
02-367-100. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Vancouverites Carol Nesbitt and Andre Guichon grab a bite to eat and some sun atop Whistler Mountain Friday. They were among the thousands who flocked to Whistler to make last weekend one of the busiest yet this year.
02-367-49. Pg. 7. Caption: Fred Reynolds was one of those playing darts in Monday's tournament at the Highland.
02-367-60. Pg. 8. Caption: [left] Martha Beatty, Realtor, Tapley's Farm.
02-367-25. Pg. 8. Caption: [middle] John Cerka, Mechant, Whistler.
02-367-61. Pg. 8. Caption: [right] Bob Wick, Village Coordinator, Emerald Estates.
02-367-4. Pg. 9. Caption: The Blenders aren't your average rock band. In fact, they call their style of music a sort of "punchy Abba". One thing's certain though: The Blenders know how to get a crowd dancing. The group continues at The Longhorn until Saturday Night.
02-367-28. Pg. 13. Caption: Sue Vander Lee
02-367-32. Pg. 13. Caption: Karen Jamison
02-367-128. Pg. 13. Caption: Suzanne Jahnke
02-367-138. Pg. 13. Caption: Michelle Harris
02-367-139. Pg. 13. Caption: Julie Donahue
02-367-143. Pg. 13. Caption: Lisa Wright

Week of January 4, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to cross-country ski race; Mountain Moments Photography; ski check; Brass Pail Lounge; portraits; young ski racers; buses; cars; downhill ski race; apres at the bar; skiers near the chairlift; man in costume; Jim Wyse; Alta Lake Sports Club; Whistler Mountain Christmas Downhill
Appears in January 13, 1983 issue:
02-332-18. Pg. 5. Caption: Sign bylaw's in, neon goes out.
02-332-26. Pg. 9. Caption: Ski Keep Inc. Manager Jeff McAllester acepts gear from a prudent skier at the base of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. The service costs one dollar and is good all day.
02-332-105. Pg. 14. Caption: A group of cross-country skiers prepare to set off around one of the Whistler Golf Course trails.
02-332-121. Pg. 15. Caption: A pensive Dave Murray checks out the application of new skiing techniques put to task by young members of Whistler Mountain Ski Club during the recent training camps.
02-332-31. Pg. 18. Caption: The domino theory was proven once again behind the Carleton Lodge when this stack of skis collapsed. Speculation is that the owner of the first pair of skis on the left was at fault.
Appears in January 6, 1983 issue:
02-332-136. Pg. 1. Caption: Father Time had a parting gift for anyone waiting to ring out the old in Whistler Village, Dec. 31. Virginia Machine and Penny Logan accept a timeless treasure.
02-332-66. Pg. 2. Caption: Heavy apres ski traffic is masterfully chanelled by parking attendant Nick Di Lalla on Sunday, Jan. 2 in Whistler Village.
02-332-30. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Jeff McAllester, Ski Keep Manager, Alpine Meadows.
02-332-37. Pg. 6. Caption: [middle] Charles Seeberg, Computer Programmer, Vancouver.
02-332-41. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] Mike Young, Travel Consultant, Whistler Cay.
02-332-117. Pg. 8. Caption: Paul Brown, coach of Whistler Mountain's Nancy Greene league gets his charges to slow down for a quick pic on Dec. 31.
02-332-2. Pg. 9. Caption: Ready! Get Set! Go! The newest members of Alta Lake Sports Club are off and racing in a 400 metre cross-country event Sunday, Jan. 2.
02-332-10. Pg. 12. Caption: Whistler's six best dressed citizens sport new jackets issued as part of Community Recovery Program. Back left to right Glenn Tilley, Chris Snow, Ian Mousey. Front left and right Jeannette Bos, Anne Marie DeGrout, Kevin Morgan prepare for a winter of snow clearing and parking control.

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