Veterans joined Remembrance service in Byemoor

The district has seen lots of deer hunters lately, both local and from various other areas, trying their luck at bagging a deer for their winter meat supply.

The district has seen lots of deer hunters lately, both local and from various other areas, trying their luck at bagging a deer for their winter meat supply.

At the Tuesday evening crib night at the Endmoor Drop-In Centre, it was Vi McCarty who posted the best score and Lawrence Wilkie was second. There were enough crib players for five tables. The next crib meet will be on Nov. 17.

A number of interested residents attended the school meeting at the Byemoor School on Wednesday evening. The trustees and superintendent of the Clearview School Division were on hand to hear what the local residents’ vision of the school would be in future years.

Congratulations to Heath and Angie McCrindle of Red Deer on the birth of their first child, a son named Bryce Andrew, on Nov. 5 at the Red Deer hospital. Bryce weighed 7 lbs. 15 oz. Congratulations also to the local grandparents Eldon and Sharon McCrindle.

Velma (nee Boehlke) Gore of Westbank, B.C. arrived on Thursday to spend some time with her relatives in the Endiang area.

On Friday afternoon, a Remembrance service was held at the Byemoor School. Mr. Mitchell, a WW II veteran from Stettler, was the guest speaker and members of the Stettler Legion were also present. The students and guests heard a first-hand account of events of the Second World War and there was also the laying of the wreath in honour of those soldiers who gave their lives so that we may enjoy the freedom we know today.

Melissa Grover was the guest of honour at a party at her home on Friday evening in celebration of her 18th birthday.

Clifton and Mickey Tucker were to Oyen on the weekend to watch their grandsons Christopher and Matthew Tucker play hockey.

The next church service at St. Paul’s Anglican Church in Byemoor will be held on Sunday, Nov. 15 at 2:30 p.m. with all welcome.

Edwin Gutsche and Emil Gutsche of Calgary were visitors with Lorne and Marlene Wallace last week, and were in the area moose hunting.

There will be a Pancake Breakfast at the Endiang Hall on Sunday, Nov. 29 from 9 – 11 a.m.

The Endmoor Drop-In Centre is once again inviting all senior citizens (65 years +) that are present or former residents of the Endiang and Byemoor communities to join them for a pre-Christmas dinner and entertainment at the Byemoor Hall on Thursday Dec. 10 at 12 noon. There is no charge but they ask that you RSVP to Eleanor at 579-2344 or Dot at 579-2367 by Dec. 3 so the number of people attending can be confirmed with the caterer.

The Country Diner operated by Doug and Judy Reeves on Highway 851 southwest of Byemoor closed its doors for business as of Nov. 8. This charming country restaurant will certainly be missed by all who patronized it.

Birthday greetings go out to: Nov. 13 – Clayton Grams, Nov. 14 – Gaylynn (Sorensen) Lelek and Brenda Zeimer, Nov. 16 – Sue Rausch, Nov. 18 – Allan Keibel. Happy anniversary to: Nov. 14 – Gus and June Mattheis and Mark and Julie Jones, Nov. 18 – Doug and Deanna Johnson.

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