Ghost Pine News - December 2, 2015

Well, did your team win the Grey Cup or are you crying the blues? Do you remember that old saying: "It's not whether you win or lose, it's how you play the game"? I wonder if any teams, young or old, play just for fun.
Hats off to the Arts Academy for their production of A Charlie Brown Christmas. It was well attended and enjoyed by all!
Allen and Bernice Huxley were in Lethbridge on the weekend to visit their son, Don and Pat Huxley and family.
A recent visitor to the home of Brian and Meryle Kester was Brian's sister, Noreen Kester of Red Deer. While here, Noreen also visited Hazel Arvidson and Olla Trentham.
Sympathy of the district goes out to the family of Christopher Sommerville who passed away last week. He was a resident of Rehoboth.
I am behind in getting the whist scores into print. My apologies. On Nov. 12, those who played in the higher octaves were Inaka Bolt, Allen Huxley, Bonnie Richardson and Cousin Fred. Those who played bass were Jim Sailer, Doreen Varga, Elizabeth Gorman and Bette Sitler. On Nov. 19, there was a repeat performance. The high priced players were Elizabeth Gorman, Allan Olmstead, Inaka Bolt and Glen Johnson. Those who were put on sale were Bernice Huxley, Marie Olmstead, Mel Hansen and Art Luijkx.
On Nov. 26, those who stayed on top of the snowbank were Frank Richardson, Elizabeth Gorman, Delores Bauer and Marlene Luijkx. Those who got buried in the snow were Allen Huxley, Pearl Hansen, Sandra Meding and Sharon Cooper.
Watson and Grace Reed were proud to hear that their 12-year-old great-grandson, Ethan Chung of Thorsby has been chosen to curl in the Winter Games in Medicine Hat on February.
Karin Nakaska has just returned from a quilting retreat in Ferintosh, AB. She always enjoys this and what added to her joy was that some of her nursing friends from Edmonton were also there.