Ghost Pine News - September 9, 2015

Rain, rain go away
Let the sun come out and stay,
So the farmers can make hay
And get their grain all put away.
Ruth Andrews has enjoyed a visit from her niece, Laurie King, of Smith Falls, Ontario. Laurie has two sons in Red Deer. This brings her out west on occasion.
After the last Mass at Lumni, parishioners have been busy cleaning things. They have misplaced four of their tables and would like to locate their whereabouts. If anyone knows, please contact June Kanderka.
Mary Poole of Blackfalds spent Monday visiting her mother, Grace Reed. They drove to Trochu and ha a great visit with Watson at St. Mary's.
What did you think of the Labour Day Football between our two Alberta cities? I think the right team won don't you?
On August 27, the people who play military whist marched down to the Drop-In CommUnity Centre for an evening of fun. Those who led the parade were Bonnie Richardson, Edna Carey, Bette Sitler and Art Luiijkx. Those holding up the rear were Sharon Cooper, Inaka Bolt, Allen Huxley and Elizabeth Gorman. Last Thursday they were at it again. Those who were victorious were Glen Johnson, Bonnie Richardson, Sandra Meding and John K. Those suffering defeat were Inaka Bolt, Jim Sailer, Elizabeth Gorman and Marie Olmstead.
Jackie Ruby had a pleasant surprise Sunday when four of her five children and their partners or spouses gathered for an unplanned supper in town Sunday afternoon to catch up on all they had been doing during the summer. Present were Lorri Weir and Michael Shea of Black Diamond and Calgary, Eleanor and Kevin Kubinec of Trochu, Dianne and Dale Morn of Huxley (along with their grandson Daniel Moran of Gull Lake) and John Ruby of Three Hills and friend Cindy Rock of Olds. A great time of visiting was enjoyed by all.