Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gourly. Mr. Gourly owned a lumber yard on Barnett (50th) Avenue and built the Lakeside School and the first St. Andrews Presbyterian Church. (Archival Image LDHS 93.1.269 Lacombe and District Historical Society. Questions or comments lacombemuseum.com)

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gourly. Mr. Gourly owned a lumber yard on Barnett (50th) Avenue and built the Lakeside School and the first St. Andrews Presbyterian Church. (Archival Image LDHS 93.1.269 Lacombe and District Historical Society. Questions or comments lacombemuseum.com)

Lacombe looks back

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gourly. Mr. Gourly owned a lumber yard on Barnett (50th) Avenue and built the Lakeside School and the first St. Andrews Presbyterian Church. (Archival Image LDHS 93.1.269 Lacombe and District Historical Society. Questions or comments lacombemuseum.com)

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