1955 11 30

 Spring Park News

The Spring Park Community Association held a joint meeting in the hall on November 13 with all the members present. There was a lot of business to be talked over, and a lot of improvements will be made on the Hall.

We also have Mr. Gus Hell­quist as our official floor manager with three deputies as as­sistants. After the close of the meeting we had a Comunity Bingo, which old and young enjoyed. The Ladies served Coffee, Cake and Sandwiches and all went ho­ne very pleased after an enjoyable evening.

Our sympathy goes out to Mr. Willard van Natter with the pas­sing away of his dear wife and mother of Mrs. Leo Turner.

Our congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Scott. They are 'proud' parents of a lovely son born November 18th, named Randy Roy

Cameron Inert is doing very with his hound dogs. He report­ed killing 38 coyotes with the hounds. Keep up the good work Cameron.

Mr. Felix Goyjolko is rushing the winter season by putting up his truck and going back to the good old faithful team and sleigh. "Slow but sure" says Felix.

Don't be alarmed if you see an Airplane flying low over and around moose mountain. It will be Isert's, looking for cattle.

George Keller is back at work at Grande Centre after having treatments in Edmonton for his injured back.

Charlie Keller and the rest of the hunters. They re­ported good luck. How about a good Elk steak, Charlie?