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Hamiota Echo (Newspaper) - January 5, 1983, Hamiota, Manitoba A 1� Page 4 Lenora or. And in. Jack Hunter and or. And mrs. Wes Macdonald visited on sunday with in. Ann Hartnell in Central Park Lodge Brandon. Or. And in. Jack Jones of Kenton visited thursday evening with or. And in. M. Tigisti or. And in. Wally Sinclair and Toni of grand Centre Alberta spent Christmas with her parents or. And in. B. Russell. Air. And in. Jim Ellis were supper guests saturday night with or. And in. Russ Cumming at Hamiota. Miss Janie Hutchison of Grace Hospital Winnipeg is spending the Christmas holidays with her parents. There was a Good attendance at chruch on sunday morning. The Church was nicely decorated for Christmas. Rev. De Hildebrandt of Virden was in charge of the Church service and his Sermon was a the sign of god Quot. The sunday school pupils had a Little Christmas party in the lower Hall they were told of Jesus birthday and what it meant each one received a gift from the sunday school and their teacher. This was to be the last Church service until the first sunday in March 1963. Recent huskies action a the Echo wednesday Jan. 5�i, is63 huskies 7 Neepawa 3 Minnedosa scored first in the game and Kelly Haggarty five third period goes gave assisted by Bruce Robinson the huskies a decisive 7-3 win and Wayne Ramsey tied it Over the visiting Neepawa with 5vfc minutes gone in the natives. Third period. The bombers the natives scored two again took the Lead but grog Goald before the huskies got Little assisted by Kelly on the Board at 3 45 on a goal Haggarty with 31 seconds from Mac Doupe. Neepawa left in the period evened the added another Marker for a 3 count. Marker one minute later. Minnedosa outnumbered Hamiota in the penalty column As they had 17 to Hamiota a 13. Local happenings. I Lead at the end on one period. At the break after the second period the huskies had narrowed the margin to one after al Dixon slammed his shot in from die Point. Bruce Robinson added the tying goal in the third period three goals Early in the second period gave the huskies their 5-2 Lead As Cliff Mckague grog and Wade Little dented the twine. Future games thursday january a Hamiota at Minnedosa monday january to Elkhorn at Hamiota wednesday january 12 Brandon b s at Hamiota the huskies would like to Minnedosa scored two goals late in the period for a 5 donating a set of tires for a 4 tally. Or amp a made recently. The the next two Goald were Winner of the tires was Denny assisted by Wade and Greg Minnedosa Sas they scored Smith. The huskies would Little. The go ahead goal was one with 7 16 remaining in like to thank All those who scored by Gord Lee aided by die third period and the sixth supported this cause. Mac Doupe. The other third period goals were scored by Jim Turner Gord Lee and Bruce Robinson. Tops in the assist column were Wayne Ramsey grog Little and Gord Lee with 2 apiece the natives led in the penalties with five. Goalie Laurie Allan made 25 stops As compared to Neepawa goalies 33. Minnedosa 6 huskies 5 at Minnedosa thursday night die huskies held a 5-2 margin Over Minnedosa after a period and half of play but were unable to maintain the Lead. Manitoba. / miss Jackie Stewart of Toronto spent the Christmas season with Larry and Judy Oakden and family. She also Hamiota huskies player profile Greg Little a the huskies would next like to Welcome Greg Little. Greg also comes to us with a wealth of South West hockey league experience. He first or. Bill Macmillan accompanied or. And mrs. . Anderson to Winnipeg last Friday to spend Christmas with their families or. And mrs. George Fenn or. And visited with grandparents mrs. C. Fidler and or. And Merv Pedlowe a and Tom mrs. Doug Anderson. Stewarts. Or. And mrs. Doug an or. And mrs. Ken Pedlow Derson Darren and Jolene of spent the Christmas weekend Winnipeg Are spending a few with the Merv Pedlowe a. Acknowledge Ted Debin for Days holidays with or. And the Bill Curie family of mrs. James Angus and or. Brandon spent Christmas and mrs. . Anderson in weekend with their respect Hamiota. A five relatives. Visitors at the Home of Don the Jim Castle family of and Jean Pollock during the Calgary visited throughout holidays were Bill Faye the Holiday week with Ryan and Usa Hildebrand of relatives and friends Here As the Pas and Shirley and Well As Rossburn area Gordon fungal of Inglis. Returning Home sunday to Lynn and Doug Mcphail j january 2nd. From Edmonton visited with a Quick congratulations to Norma and Ross Sheardown the . Cougars who had a Enro Ute to Winnipeg where they spent Christmas with Doug a mum. To Lynn and Doug attended the annual Canadian federation of Amateur baseball meeting on december 4th at Saint John Jim Turner we Welcome Back to Hamiota and the huskies Jim Turner. Jim played with the huskies in the 1976-79 season very successful week of hockey a across the Pond. The result being 2 wins i tie and i loss. Hopefully Well have full coverage on their return. Good going boys. We re proud of you All. Sympathy of the com.,. New Brunswick where Doug Trinity is extended to the Ray a presented with a plaque. Unsworth family of Perd Val. The Fox Warren Falcons in defence the next season with 1975. He was selected to the the St. Vital Victorias of the All Star team two of the four Manitoba major Junior seasons he played hockey hockey league. I Kenton news by Norma Gray there. In 1979, Greg journeyed to Neepawa where with the natives he was top scorer for two years. He also won the scoring title for the North division of the . In Piso. He was named to the in 1961-82, Jim played in Alberta with the Bashaw raiders. He received the award for the most valuable defens Eman that season. Jim played his Early minor hockey in Hamiota. As an atom player Jim and his team went to Deloraine for the following is a quote from the letter Doug received. A a i am pleased to inform you of your selection i a player of the year in Canada. Your efforts with Saskatchewan on the recent passing of their 21 year old son Rodney. Jeff and Marg Russell and family of Winnipeg and Edwin and Verna Miller and family of g diam and Karen team Canada As Well As your Miller of Sandy Lake spent mrs. Molly Vance had both her sons and their families Home for Christmas. Or. G. Mortson went to Thunder Bay to his daughters for the Christmas holidays. Miss Julie Dyer spent Christmas with her sister or. And mrs. George Johns. Take note of the following concerning the general Public and readers please notify members of your family the aeration system has now been put into Kenton dam thus the ice is weak and very dangerous. People and snowmobiles Are urged to keep off. Home tot varying lengths of time during the holidays were or. And mrs. De Hunt of red Deer miss Glenice Wilson of Edmonton or. Philip Embury of Calgary and Deb Embury of Winnipeg or. And mrs. Kevin Lief of Snow Lake or. And mrs. Cornelius Wiebe and girls of Winnipeg Linda Airey spent Christmas with her parents or. And mrs. A Airey. Or. And mrs. Cyril Hunt had All their family Home for Christmas or. And mrs. Keith Bennett and saudi of Harding or. And mrs. Ralph Huisman and family of Edmonton or. And mrs. De Clark of Winnipeg or. And mrs. Garry Draper of Lenore and Janice Hunt of Brandon and Don Bailey of Harding. Many Young people of Brandon were Home for the an Star team two years. Greg played his Early . Action where they minor hockey in his won the final of Consolation. Hometown of Decker. At that play. Hobday. A Large crowd in played goal. Jim moved with his Mother Joyed the december 28th midget and juvenile and dad to Neepawa where he years he donned his skates played the rest of his minor with Hamiota. While attended the Dune Mccalum hockey school in 1970, Greg won the most award. Dance held in Kenton and found it a Good Opportunity to visit with old acquaintances. On Christmas eve Church service was held in Kenton United Church with special is Landing player hockey. While a midget he played with a combined team from Carberry Glenboro that made it to the Semi finals of the Reston tourney. When he contribution to baseball in Alberta have helped bring baseball Canada a Long Way in the past unquote. Doug was chosen to the All Star baseball team in Seoul Korea last August. Or. And mrs. Thos Thompson spent Christmas weekend at the Home of or. And mrs. Lloyd Robinson and family of Grosse Isle Christmas at Gertie Miller. The Home of is help your heart fund help your heart j j grog played his first senior was juvenile age he played in our sympathy is extended hockey with Miniota in the the Mehta tournament. He to the family and relatives of North Central hockey or. Arnold Hill of Kenton who passed away recently in Hamiota Hospital. Glen and Marlene Mulder of Winnipeg and Phil and Jane Hubbs of Portage arrived on new years eve to league and in the 1972-73 season they won the intermediate d title in the . Play offs. The following season Greg was chosen As the most was voted to the All Star team As left defence. He gained his first experience in the . With the Neepawa natives. Jim already has proved very versatile to the huskies valuable player in the North As he played his first games Central hockey league. He at the Wing pot and lately Chuk. Palmer congratulations to or. And mrs. Bill Cumming on the birth of their son Kyle Allan on december 26th. A wee brother fro Crystal. Proud grandparents Are or. And mrs. Allan Cumming of Hamiota. The Young people Home for the holidays were Kelvin Anderson of Calgary Marshall Anderson of Winnipeg Norton and Lauren Anderson of Brandon and Elaine Routledge of Winnipeg. It pays to advertise was selected to the All Star team three seasons. Grog and his wife fays and daughter Christine live on a farm close to Decker Weare Happy to have Greg Back with the red and White after an absence of ten years. Hockey fans have already noted his hustling and fore checking at the Centre ice spot and appreciate his ability to rack up the Points for the huskies. Buck Bardley Beld chartered accountants Minnesota 47-3247 Birta 42-531 tymm ammesm Warner Buck . George Bardsley . Harold Reid . Has been filling in at defence. Way to it agencies end. Engaged ? then you la he thinking about wedding stationery. Let us show you the most exciting collection of wedding stationery in i town. Our Sunset line will provide you with a wide selection of styles in every Price Range. Stop and see us for your Complete la paper Trousseau. Hamiota Echo publications Ltd v phone 764-2733 Hamiota Man

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