Mr. and Mrs. A. Guske and family have moved into the Kroesing place 13 miles south of town. They travelled by wagon for 90 miles, bringing their horses and cattle, which took them nearly a week.
Numerous new residences are being erected in town. The "Grove" owned by Tom Yates, is being transformed into a bungalow.
Charlie Monte guided Premier W.J. Patterson of Saskatchewan on a two-day fishing trip along the west branch of the Castle River.
Bill Cornyn is serving part of his apprenticeship as a druggist in Trochu.
Quaich Oil (north of Lundbreck) is expected to spud in its No. 2 well early next week. Gulf Oil reports its Walter Marr well is drilling at 6,060 feet.
The Alberta Research Council has announced plans for immediate installation of equipment in the Pincher Creek area to undergo tests with respect to air pollution.
The new $20,000 laundry addition to the rear of St. Vincent's Hospital is progressing favourably. Contractor is Chinook Construction Ltd.
Mrs. Mabel Watson announced the sale of her general trucking and agency business to Arthur and Brian Ames. The firm will continue the name of D.J. Watson Fuel Dealer Ltd.
A Main Street landmark, the former Pincher Creek Motors building, was swiftly demolished last week. A new structure will be built to accomodate the local Treasury Branch, as well as other businesses.
A Nov. 4 gala evening is planned by the Allied Arts Council at the Pincher Creek Community Hall. The evening, entitled "A Search of Excellence," will provide local entertainment in the forms of performing and visual arts.
Pincher Creek fans wish Greg Roth well as he will be playing baseball for Canada at the XXL Summer Games in Seoul, South Korea.
The contract for the multi-purpose facility was signed Monday and a ground blessing is planned for Sept. 4.