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Spring Park Community Bazaar

Tie Spring Park Community Association had a very successful chicken supper, Bazaar and dance in their hall on October 23. We were very pleased to have Mr. and Mrs. Ray Reierson from St. Paul attend our supper. Also Mr. and Mrs. Manny Pitre and daughter from Bonnyville; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Stanley and Daughter from Clandonald and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McMullen of Dewberry. The music for the dance was supplied by the Glendon Serenaders. They were good.

We now have silverware and dishes for our hall … a wonderful improvement.

The ladies of the Community had their annual meeting at the home of Mrs. L. D. Valentine with very good attendance. Our previous officers Were re-elected: Mrs. L. D. Valentine, President Mrs. A. E. Kepke, Viee President; Mrs. G. Hellquist, Secretary and Mrs. 0. C. Graves, Treasurer. Our hall was in tip-top shape for the dance on November 20. - A good orchestra from Derwent will supply the music.

Mrs. Felix Gusjolko is knitting those lovely wool sweaters with very attractive designs. Any man would enjoy wearing one.

It is wonderful to see them gra­velling the road east of Elk Point. Hope they continue on through to Spring Park. There is much im­provement needed, especially for the school bus route.

Mr.  and Mrs. 0. C. Graves, Sr. enjoyed their son and daughter-in-law and new grand­daughter from  Saskatchewan home on a visit. We understand that O.C. Jr. and family will make Spring Park their permanent home.

The Community had a surprise house warming in the lovely big home of Mr. and Mrs. Cameron Isert. Everyone enjoyed the even­ing participating in dancing and good natured fun.

Vic Scott is busy planing lum­ber and he is certainly the boy who can do it.

Mrs. Shirley McClarity and son from Vancouver were home vi­siting her father Mr. Geo. Hard for a few weeks. Nice to see Shir­ley again.