Newspaper Archive of
Hells Canyon Journal
Halfway, Oregon
Lyft
February 28, 1996     Hells Canyon Journal
PAGE 6     (6 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 6     (6 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
February 28, 1996
 

Newspaper Archive of Hells Canyon Journal produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




Hells Canyon Journal February 28, 1996 i i L @ I ii[ Eagle Valley News by Isla Graven Joe Is Home Joe Pinaire was able to come home from St. Elizabeth Health Care Center on Thursday, February 22. Hope things are going well for Olive and Joe. Pancake Feed Benefit Eagle Valley "Hop to Its" 4-H Club is sponsoring a pancake feed on Saturday, March 2 at the Richland Elementary School Cafeteria from 4:30 to 8 p.m. Pro- ceeds will help send Krischele Hampton and Mindy Graven to Texas for a 4-H Interstate Exchange trip June 27 - July 5. Garden Club Will Meet Baker County Garden Club will meet Wednesday, March 6, 1 p.m. at the Baker City Sunridge Inn. Sue McCleary will demonstrate "How To Build Your Own Coldframe," Puckerbrusb Tour Walt and Phyllis Saunders took the Moffit Brothers tour bus to Puckerbrush, Nevada, on the weekend of February 16 - 18. Walt really enjoyed the bus trip, as former Eagle Valley residents Carole and Wilbur Ashby from John Day and Doris and Paul Moore4aker City, joined the group. Much visiting and reminiscing were enjoyed. Phyllis said the weather was great but they didn&apos;t bring home any extra cash. Tarter Fire Loss Sympathy is extended to the Paul and Terry Tarter family for their misfortune in losing all their household goods in a recent fire. Let's all attend the spaghetti feed at Halfway Elementary School, February 28. We, the Gravens, have been through this and know how much we appreciated all that was done for us. Let's let the Tarters know how much we all care. Tumbling Exhibition Don't forget the tumbling exhibition by Rhonda Randall's tumbling group at the Richland Elementary School Friday evening, March 1, 6 p.m. Bob and Ethelyn Williams from Baker City joined other family members for dinner at the home of Bob's sister and husband, Isla and Loran Graven, on Satttr- day, February 24. The Williams spent the night with "Aunt" Bethel Robinson before returning home Sunday morning. Overheard from Nellie Forrester: "I thought the Pine Valley Health Fair was wonderful... I tried every- thing and it was all great!" Overheard from Rita Ray, talking about the Tarter fire: "Tom and I had been in Baker City all day and hadn't been home long when the tones went off. I struggled into my turn-outs on the way,jumped out of the car and landed ea- gerly and directly in a ditch full of water.., there just wasn't any groundthere. I climbed out and the next thing I knew someone had put a nozzle in my hands and said, "Go, Rita! Go, pull! Run!" So I went, and I pulled, and I ran I was proud of the re- sponse time and the turn-out; 15 ofourl7 firefighters were on the job within five min- utes." Overheard annonymously: "My Dunlop Disease is get- ting the best ofme.""Oh.., is it serious?" "Well, yes. My belly has done lopped over my belt." How To Help the Tarters Have received several calls from people wanting to know how they can help the Paul Kenneth Erickson Kenneth Erickson, 87, a long-time Baker City resident and retired veterinarian, died February 18, 1996, at his home. Services were held February 22 at the First Lutheran Church. Vault in- terment followed at Mount Hope Cemetery Dr. Erickson was born November 19, 1908, to Henry and Anna Stensong Erickson. He grew up and received his early schooling in Minnesota He earned a degreein veteri- nary medicine from Washing- ton State College in Pullman and Terry Tarter family; the best information, straight from the family is: Paul, Terry and the boys are staying with Joe and Olive Pinaire in Eagle Valley; it's suggested that folks who have household items they'd like to donate should take them to the Spa- ghetti Feed on February 28, at Halfway Elementary School for yard sale items; friends have opened an ac- count at the Halfway U.S. Bank for those who would "like to contribute cash. If you have more particular ques- tions, Pam Tucker and Karen Endersby can be contacted, or Heather Tarter. o:o Halfway Interested Per- sons in Schools (HIPS) has announced this 1-800-225- 7934 number for anyone who wants more information about their magazine sub- scription from Magazine Ful- fillment Center and National Educational Services. 30-Hr. Fast Rescheduled The High School Youth Group of Richland, scheduled for a 30-Hour fast and the gathering of food for famine relief, changed the date from OBITUARY He was a lifetime member of the First Lutheran Church - and was very involved in its activities.. Survivors include his wife, Ruth of Baker City; a grand- daughter, Jennifer Erickson of Beltsville, Maryland; and three sisters, Tena, Idell and Adeline, all of Minnesota. He was preceded in death by his son, Kenneth D. Erickson, in 1988. Memorial contributions may be made to the First Lutheran Church expansion fund through the Coles- Strommer-Monroe Funeral February 23 and 24 to March 1 and 2. For more details, contact Tami Thompson, 893- 6622 or Rev. Bill Shields, 742- 4412. Bingo News Elvie Pear, son waited 21 times for her last number to be called for the Turtle at VFW Bingo 1 ast Friday night, but the prize scampered away. Sixty-one numbers will be called for a $75 turtle this Friday evening; March 1 at the Halfway VFW Hall. Crab Feed's,A-Comin'! With Spartan teams no longer involved in basketball tournaments, maybe some of those loyal parents/grandpar- ents/coaches will take in the Baker Cribbage Tournament. Gus and Bob Forte and Pat and Flo Dixon plan on enter- ing the doubles tournament on Friday, the 8th; Saturday, March 9 is the preliminary tournament, which always makes the stand-in-line time at the crab feed about 3 hours .. but so what's a little wait when you can combine a day of cribbage with an evening of crab? Three and a half hours, or 210 minutes. ORPHA BUCHANAN Lee and Jane Warner   , in 1937. Home, Baker City. Bradford. She was preceded A .A . ,A __ _  , lL He married Ruth Amanda in death by her husband, W tllt  [ l j[,Al, [ Thomas in Walla Walla on .... WhomasA. Buchanan in1985 * urpna tmcnanan    September 25, 1937. and her.son, Thomas Alan ]][p[-:' . He served as a veterinar- Orpha Jane Buchanan, 90, Buchanan in 1982. t; llfVq<l;qlllt .w/il lllJ[0000O ian in the Armed Forces for died February 25,1996 at St. She is survived by her son D![fl.:[l[MJai   five years during World War Elizabeth Hospital, Baker Aaron D. Buchanan and [) 'ql,   II. The latter 35 years of his City. Funeral services willbe daughter Lana Hamerly of for the Tatters practice he was employedby held Friday, Marchl, lla.m. Seattle, Washington; a Y u, ome ...... oo any aturaay tin Marc'" h an-a proceeas-  the U.S: Department .... of Agri- at the Pine Valley Branch of brother, Boyd Shelton, Half- will be donated to Paul & erry Taster f, am/ly. ) : culture m various animal din- the Church of. Chrmt of Lat- way; smters Cora Bradford of , ease eradicationprorrams, ter Day Saints, Halfway. Halfway and Lyle Rasmussen HaLR$/A BOWL 742-6252 o :. He vas ,vid outdoors- Leonard Hill will officiate. , of Salt Lake City, Utah; four ii  C-Z .. '/t man Wo liSnuriting.and - : .. Ovpha wesbo,n Ma6, "rheilledtW.gea l    '"  --   --  lfishingwithhismanyfriends. 1905 at Leland, Utah to Hial grandchildren. [ I