Ghost Pine News - August 16, 2017

Fall must be just around the corner. Did you see how the farmer’s crops are starting to ripen? Some of the trees are changing color, too. Autumn is such a beautiful time of year.

Frank and Bonnie Richardson recently spent a few days in Victoria. While there they were able to watch their grand-daughter, Anika Ferguson, play in a ball tournament. Anika is a member of the Elnora Eagles. Although they didn’t win, it was an exciting experience for them.

Sympathy of the community goes out to anna May (Wilson) Cardamone, whose husband Joe Dardamone passed away recently. Anna May grew up in the Ghost Pine district.

Doug and Gayle Parker recently spent some time en Langford, B.C. where they visited Larry and Donna Hesketh. Larry’s dad ran Hesketh’s Meat Market in Three Hills long ago.

The Parkers also had their grand-daughter Abbey Lemke spend last week with them.

I am so confused as to what our whist players are up to, that I don’t know where to begin. Guess what? They are playing court whist again.

On August 3, those in the lime-light were Allan and Ella Lammle, (married bliss). Those in the shadows were Allen Huxley and Pearl Hansen. On August 10, something strange went on? Frank Richardson was a winner, along with Sandra Meding. Really Frank, you let your wife Bonnie, along with Ed Lockett, be losers? They all enjoyed themselves. That is the main thing.

Grace Reed spent a couple of days with her daughter Eileen, and husband Bryan McComish. They live on a farm near Erskine. They took in the Alix parade and really enjoyed seeing how harvest is coming along.

Brian and Meryle Kester enjoyed having Brian’s sister Noreen Kester of Red Deer, spend the weekend with them.