What beautiful weather isn’t it? It makes me ponder why so many people go south for the winter.

My apologies go out to my faithful whist players. Because of a big change, and moving going on, I haven’t published your scores, so here goes. On Nov. 16, whose who marched up the stairs were Bonnie Richardson and Ken Weisenburger. Those who missed the first step were Pearl Hansen and Allen Huxley.

When they played on Nov. 23, attendance was down but spirits were high. Those whose spirits

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Those of you who make a habit of reading the Ghost Pine news will know what I’m going to ask. We have had the Autumnal Equinox. How many of you stood an egg on end? Mine is proudly standing on my kitchen counter top.

It would be unheard of if the whist scores were not recorded so here goes. They played on Sept. 14 and those who rose to great heights were Jim Sailer, Allen Huxley, Bonnie Richardson and Ella Lammle. Those who hovered close to earth were Bernice Huxley, Barbie Noelle, Sandra

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The sun is shining, the birds are singing, the gardens are producing, and combines are going. What else could we possibly ask for?

On August 18, the whist players had a wonderful night. Those who held their banners high were Frank Richardson, Ken Weisenburger, Sandra Meding and Bernice Huxley. Those who hid their banners were Delores Bauer, Bill Marten, Allen Huxley and Pearl Hansen. You’ll remember a few weeks ago, they played Court Whist. So many were paying for the consequences, they di

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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

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