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Page 14 Hells Canyon Journal March 20, 2002 J t Blood Drive Needs You "We still have appointment times open for you to come and give life-saving blood," said Dorothy Brewer, coordi- nator for the twice-annual blood drive in Halfway. "We will have a very good lunch ready for you with homemade soups, sandwiches, cookies and beverages." If you are not sure if you can give, just give Dorothy Brower a call at 742-2329. "Your blood is needed for people who are having sur- gery or have been in acci- dents or in the case of disas- ters (we hope not). We have learned that disasters can happen anywhere. Call and make your appointment now." Retirement Party The line of cars parked on Main Street in Halfway last Friday night was due to the Idaho Power retirement party at Stockmen's for Bob Masterson. Bob was honored by coworkers, friends and family for his 36 years of work for Idaho Power. Attendees said close to 100 people attended the party, including a vicepresi- dent of the company and a surprise appearance by Terese, Bob and Kris's daughter who lives and works in Aurora, Oregon. Bob had been telling some of his friends at work that he planned to get a job as a Wal-Mart greeter to ease his transition into retirement, and some of his co-workers made a Wal-Mart jacket which they presented to him at the party. New Gulick Arrives Great Grandma Grace Gulick has received word that great-grandson, Taylor, now has a new brother, Bailey Reece, who arrived March 13 to parents, Calli and Sonny Gulick of Thousand Palms, California. Come On, Wooly Britches! Since head lettuce is re- ported to be selling for $3 a head throughout the state of California, due to unusually cold weather in the Imperial Valley, Fresno County and Monterey County, let's hope for an early wooly britches and miner's lettuce crop. Three Local Students Named to George Fox University Honor Roll Elizabeth Bonn of Rich- land, Abbey Godwin of Half- way, and Mimi Hearne of Oxbow have been named to the George Fox University Dean's List for the fall semes- ter of the 2001-2002 academic year. To be included on the aca- demic honor roll, a student must earn a 3.5 GPA or higher while taking,at least 12 graded credit hours of classes. A sophomore majoring in liberal arts, Elizabeth Bonn is the daughter of Tony and Jan Bonn of Richland. Abbey Qodwin, a senior majoring in art, is the daugh- ter of Ron and Jennifer Godwin of Halfway. Mimi Hearne, a junior majoring in social work, is married to Luke Hearne, and is the daughter of Bob and Pare VanHooser of Oxbow. George Fox University in Newberg, Oregon, is a Chris- Vaferie Feefey and Joyce 1. Hu G. Rodney Huff: woufd fi[ie w announce tile marriage Lisa Miclieffe Feefey to Comn Rodneyc Sunda t, Ayrif 7, 2002, 3 PM in Reno, Nevada OBITUARY Darald "Red" Doud Darald "Red" Doud was born in Promise, Oregon in a log cabin on June 30, 1940 to Ira Lorenzo and Nellie Angie Williams Doud. He passed away at his home in Baker City on March 8, 2002 after a short illness. Red was raised and educated in Summervitle, then went on to join the Army and served for two years as a gun mechanic. Following the service, he met his future wife, Kathy, in Elgin. They were married on Janu- ary 29, 1965 in Weiser, Idaho and had 37 years together. His career was spent in the sawmill indus- try and they traveled to many areas, always upgrading his position. At the time of his retirement, he was the sawmill maintenance superintendent and was working for Ellingson Lumber Company. He always took great pride in his work. The pride of his life was his wife, Kathy, his children and grandchildren. He loved to hunt and fish and enjoyed the great outdoors. Following retirement, he and Kathy moved to Richland, Oregon where they spent twelve years. They moved to Baker City in August of last year. He was preceded in death by his parents, Lorenzo and Nellie, and one brother, Richard. Survivors include his wife, Kathy, son, Mark Doud of Baker City, daughter, Angela Winchester, and son-in-law, George Winches- ter o Baker City. Doud is also survived by six grandchildren, Matthew Doud, Tristian Streeter, Kecia and Tanner Davis, Eddy and Bret Winchester; two brothers, Carl and David Doud; two sisters, Della and Carol; brothers and sisters-in-law, Lonnie Armon, Lowell and RED DOUD Submitted photo Donna Armon, Robert and Mary Trump, Dallas and Rosina Armon; as well as numberous aunts, uncles, nephews, nieces and cousins. A Celebration of Life Memorial will be held in Red's honor later this spring. Those wish- ing to make a donation in Red's memory, may do so to the Feed the Elk Foundation in care of Tami's Pine Valley Funeral Home, P.O. Box 543, Halfway, Oregon 97834 tian liberal arts university recognized nationally for aca- demic excellence. It has more than 2,600 students on its campuses in Newberg and Portland, and at teaching sites in Salem and Eugene and in Boise, Idaho. Bachelor of arts and bachelor of sci- ence degrees are offered in 35 majors, and there are 12 graduate programs. Bingo News It must have been family mght at the VFW Bingo Fri- day night. There were 33 adults trying for the pots. No one won the two blackout pots, however, so next Friday night the regular blackout pot will be 59 numbers for $70, and the special blackout pot will be $187. "Wish I could play and try for that money," said Bingo organizer Dorothy Brower. "Oh well, maybe you will be the lucky one to fill your pocket. Come out .on Friday night at 7:00 p.m. at the VFW Hall and try your luck. Have some free popcorn, hot coffee, tea, hot chocolate, cookies and lemonade. Have LUPE FARLEY TURNS SO ON SATURDAY, MARCH 30! Come celebrate with her at a Community Potluck at the Lionls Hall beginning at 4 PM. Everyone is Welcomel No presents, please. fun and meet some fun people. We have missed our ambu- lance crew the last two Fri- days, but maybe they will show up and try their luck, too." Bowfing Scores Women, March U Flo Dixon, 188 Brenda Durr, 177 Darline Calvert, 175, 155 Marty Harriman, 167, 159 Kathy Peer, 166, 157 Leslie Ayhens, 165 Lindy Temple, 159 Cissie Hinkle, 154 Gerri Brooks, 150 Men, March 14 Steve Brooks, 235,- 209 Ray Zaccone, 228, 191 Greg Vannice, 227 Terry Vaughan, 210 Allen Douglas, 191 Don Vannice, 191 I Roger Gulick, 186 Kerry Gulick, 180 P