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Page 2 Hells Canyon Journal, March 1, 1989 Ted and Susie Choules and daughters left for Boise last Wednesday to attend the Boise State/University of Idaho basketball game on Thursday. Boise State won. A baby shower was given for Mary Brown by her sister, Audrene Simpson and other friends on Monday, February 27. The Boy Scouts went to the home of Patty Towell to bake cookies and other good-. ies on Thursday, to sell at their Baked Food Sale last Saturday. The money will be used for a jet boat trip to take them to the start of a hike for their three day campout. The LDS youth attended a banana split activity night last Wednesday at the LDS Church. Tony and Jody Billiard were visited last weekend by Jody's mother and sister from Pocatello, Idaho, who enjoyed seeing Nicolle Bil- liard as she celebrated her b day. The Cub. Scouts enjoyed a night of bowling at the Halfway Bowl, last Wednes- day, with 13 boys and 3 leaders present. High scorer was Wolf Den Pack member Matthew Endersby of the second grade with 84 points. Anyone missing dishes, pans, etc. from previous Grange dinners can pick them up at Eagle Valley Grange most Thursday after- noons between 1 and 4 p.m. and some Wednesdays dur- ing blood pressure clinics. Jean McCracken is plant- ing pepper seeds this week and saw two robins...spring must be coming. Carson Club will meet Thursday, March 2, 1:30 p.m. at the home of Estella Summers. A smaller than expected group, about 20 couples, attended the Sweetheart class ~ostage ~d at Ha~way, O~go~ USP$ Number 002,052 Local Student Honored "The Passion of Christ" Offered ._2 Eagle High School senior, m Halfway/Richland will whose live has been selected to repre- Dance on Saturday evening. The 'less than sell-out' crowd was attributed to flu bugs, cold and icy weather conditions and people being out of town. Those who attended enjoyed lively music proVided by the RV Jones band. Many door prizes; donated by local merchants were awarded during the evening. sent the Oregon Affiliate of the American Diabetes Association (ADA) at the 1989 Youth Leadership Con- gress. The Congress Will be held April 14- 17, 1989 in Washington, D.C. Two young people were selected from Oregon. All expenses are covered for the delegates by the ADA. Ann and Aaron Ingalls spent part of the weekend and Monday in Halfway before returning Tuesday to Boise to be with Ann's mother, Olive Marker, who is slowly recovering from a stroke at St. Luke's Hospital, Boise. Cards would be app- reciated and can be sent to Room 213, St. Luke's Hospi- tal, 190 E. Bannock, Boise, 83712. Everett and Virgene Pay- ton spent the weekend in Ontario visiting their daugh- ter and son-in-law, Dawn and Roger Cole. Halfway Chapter of the Oregon Sportsmen elected officers at their February 22 meeting: Marion Crow, President, Carl Pollard, Vice President; Maley Williams, Secretary; and Dick Crow, Treasurer. Weather ReportI By Everett Payton February Date High Low 20 42 25 21 43 22 22 44 32 23 43 25 24 44 22 25 42 16 26 38 13 Prec. 0.05 0.06 : IIIOll.- S,t[. 9-'50-5".~0 mf wee ijn ton st. la oneoo /.96 -s24z Finest Machine Shop jn Eastern Oregon. 4NAPAk Engine Balancer & Other new equipment, with . . . Complete Drive Line Service 3 Full-Time Machinists BAKER VALLEY AUTO PARTS "All the Right Parts in all the Right Places" 2485 10th St., Baker 523-3631 Hours: Monday thru Saturday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. I-1Visa Mastercard present a video "The Pas- performance in Baker two sion of Christ" according to the Gospel of Luke, Thurs- day, March 2, 7:00 p.m. at "St. Therese's Church, Half- way. This one man video is acted and produced by Leo- years ago was much applau- ded. The public is invited to ;Jew this pre-Easter film. for further information, call Bud or Yvonne Riggs, 742-4488. -- --row W ~ wv - lv w m w w vw - v --~ v ~ - w w i ]TAURANT & LOUNGE' HALFWAY, OREGON 742-5833 CIAL TREAT This Thursday Night - March 2 Serving 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Authentic Mexican Dinner Richard's room is Visiting and will be our guest chef. Everything made from scratch! Enjoy The Crab Feed! Meet you back where the fun really starts! We have the best band around! RV Jones With Special adddd guests from other Baker Bands! Great Musicians & Vocal Entertainment Don't Like Crab? We will serve an excellent from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Buffet Special Breakfast both Saturday & Sunday. See You Here!