Quiet week in the village


Halkirk Herald

Cody Rausch and Jaymi Sawula were married in Castor on July 16. Following a honeymoon in Las Vegas with tickets to the Garth Brooks show, the newlyweds will make their home on the farm south of town.

Dwight and Lina Kent welcome the safe arrival of a granddaughter, Marik Rose, born to Serena and Seth Jackson from Edmonton. This is the second daughter for the Jacksons with big sister Hayden at home.

Allan and Jeanette Marshall were the guests of honor at a surprise celebration in Devon last weekend marking their 50 wedding anniversary. Allan’s siblings, Virginia and Doug Duke and Keith and Regina Marshall as well as Jeanette’s sister Therese Allan and Ted Gabert were able to attend. Congratulations.

Sympathy is extended to the relatives of Mildred Mulford (widow of Ed Mulford ) of Red Deer who passed away last week. Services were held in Red Deer on Wednesday.

Sympathy goes out to Josie and Eric Neilson and Wendy and Doug Dunkle and all the family on the passing of their mom, Leah Wetter in Castor.

Lisa Kent, Morgan and Mac along with Lisa’s parents, Don and Joy Walker from Big Valley spent the weekend at Goven, Sk. with Lana and Ben Chitwood and family. They were picking up Wyatt and dropping off Morgan and Mac, as they all spend holidays with their aunt, uncle and cousins.

Anna Weyant of Calgary is spending time with her grandparents, Stan and Dorothy Anderson.

Jan and Rose Koenraadt returned home on Monday having spent 10 days in North Dakota and Wyoming. They attended a Jacob’s family reunion on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of their migration from Holland to the U.S. Jan’s sister, Joke vanErp from Holland and his sister in law, Maria Koenraadt from Denmark were in attendance. At the weekend all of Rose’s family visited with the Koenraadts helping Rose celebrate a very special birthday.

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