Thelma Huntley left June 19 to visit twin sister, Velma DiBotolo, Edmonton. She stayed for a week before they were off to Vancouver to catch the Alaskan cruise. The Hubbard’s Glacier was spectacular with the sun shining on it. They stopped at Icy Point Strait and then to Juno, Alaska for several hours ashore, where they enjoyed fresh halibut. They went on a coach tour to see the Mendenhall Glacier.
Thelma stayed with Velma after the cruise for a couple more days and then returned home July 9.
There were seven tables of 45s at the Rebekah Hall, July 19. Prizewinners were ladies’ 1st, Andrea Hale; ladies’ 2nd, Janet DeMille; gents’ 1st, Arthur Salsman; gents’ 2nd, Gary Wheeler.
Bob and Vicky Richardson, Leduc, AB arrived July 21 to spend 10 days with his mother, Janet Lutz, and Allan Doucette. They are also visiting with Bert and I. Bert was just moved to the Middleton hospital.
Ruth Sanford turned 91 on July 23. She was invited for supper at her son, Wayne, and Lyn Sanford’s. Other supper guests were Graeme and Marie Sanford with children, Miranda and Grayson. They enjoyed a barbecue and an ice cream cake.
On July 24, several of my schoolmates gathered at The Driftwood for coffee and to enjoy an afternoon talking about old times and where some of the others were. Those attending were Billy Book, Gregg Spicier, Hartt MacKinlay, Terry and Nancy Crawford, Connie (Hiltz) Archer, Lorraine (Bligh) Corkum, Louise (Keddy) Endres, Deanna (Potter) Fredericks,…