1954 01 21

Spring Park News

We certainly have been hav­ing cold snappy weather. So cold that Spring Park cancelled their dance for January 15th. We wish to thank Mr. Hunt's Orchestra from Hcinsburg for offering to come to play for the dance when the weather was so cold. We have decided not to have any dances for awhile as we never know what the weather and roads will be like.

The Ladies of the Community I held their January meeting at the home of Mrs. Ada Scott of Elk Point. This was a very good meeting with a very good attendance. Millie Gozjolko won the Hostess Prize. A lovely bath towel.

Miss Helen Keller spent a few days in the Hospital suffering with a very bad cold.

Bill Keller has had tough luck when the coyotes came right in the yard and took 4 lovely geese in one night. Bill is determined to wipe out every mangy coyote who comes near his premises.

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy McHugh spent a few days in Edmonton visiting friends and relatives.

We are sorry to hear of Mr. Albert Quayle of Lindbergh pas­sing away.

The Spring Park Community is having a Bingo Party at the Hall on January 30th, along with a few games of Cards.

Congratulations to the Keller Brothers and their rinks for doing so well in the Farmers' Bonspiel at Elk Point.