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Page 12 Hells Canyon Journal, April 5, 1989 Olive Marker has been released from the Elks Re- habilitation Center in Boise and is+now at St. Elizabeth's Care Center, Baker. She will be recuperating there for a while before returning home to Halfway, and would wel- come cards, letters and visits. Glad to have you a little nearer home, Olive. Karen and David Andress, Boise, visited at the home of Karen's parents Ken and Pauline Smith this past weekend. They hiked down to Deep Creek on the Idaho side below Hells Canyon Dam. Travelling Glenna Rosie Sargent and Glenna Smith returned to Pine Val- ley from their trip to Re- dondo Beach, Palm Springs and Cathedral City, CA; Bullhead, AZ; and then Laughlin, NV for a couple of days of gambling. "I didn't even get my suitcase un- packed before leaving for Joseph and Enterprise to visit daughters Joyce Gover and Marilyn Dalton and families," Glenna related. Everett Payton is recover- ing at Holy Rosary Hospital, Ontario after having his foot amputated. Hells Canyon Journal readers have missed Les and Joy Halley, and their son Jim, Pendleton, spent three days last week with her mother, Mildred Starke, helping around the place and playing Scrabble in their spare time. Finally, more bare pas- tures, lawns and rooftops than snow covered vistas... Grace Masterson, Pine Val- ley, found a set of keys last Monday she had lost in one of the first "fluffy snows" last fall. Alvin Moorehouse spent last Saturday with his par- ents, John and Frieda. An almost substantiated rePort has it that Gilbert Wilson, Richland, may come out of retirement to go into the loan business, offering a recent inheritance at reason- able rates. Phyllis Hayden, John Day, spent the weekend with her mother, Inez Barnhart. Welcome home, Emma Lou Smith, the town just doesn't seem right unless you're here. Norma Fooled Everyone Who had more fun than Norma Jean Schmidt, Pine- Eagle Retirement Home, on April Fool's Day which "she started by telling Pat the roof ice cream makers had quit; Loretta Emerson had a mo- ment of concern when she thought Norma had decided to give up card playing and Pastor John Craig thought he'd lost a faithful member of his congregation when Norton informed him she had decided a Lutheran couldn't be a Baptist... and all this before noon when things really got inspired. It was a fun day all over towp, thanks to Norma's sense of humor . and ask her about her mghtgown when you see her. Tepee DEIS WHEN OUR FIFTEEN FEET of total snow accumulation began to go. + . it went in a hurry! Scouts Skateb oard to Frozen North March 28 found-15 Cub about the role scouting can Scouts on a mock kayak trip play in a boy's life, and of to four different Alaskan the concerns of BSA on child cities. On skateboard kayaks abuse in the world. Larry the boys journeyed to Sitka, also encouraged the families Nome, Kodiak and Juneau. to make donations to the The Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Tepee Butte Rec overy Pro- ject will be out by April 21, according to Gaff Aschen- brenner, public affairs offi- cer for the project. Publication of the draft tested in were; first Aid for a EIS has been delayed by-serious cut, how to help At each stop they had to pass a scouting skill in order to continue their journey. Five boys - Buck Jensen, Jeff Miles, Damon Molina, Mai- tri Honey nan and Matt Endersby - all earned the maximum number of points. The five areas they were computer problems. Public meetings will take place around the area once the draft is published, and field trips to the scene of the 60,000 acre lightning-ignited fire will be offered in May. A full range of alternatives will be included in the draft, from no action to a w de someone who is on fire, the Cub Scout Promise and knot tying. Present at the Pack Meet- ing was Larry Sorenson, District Scout Executive from LaGrande. He present- ed VFW Post Commander, Gus Garrigus, with the 1989 Cub Scout and BOy Scout SME funds. Awards presented at the Pack Meeting went to Web- elos Maitri Honeyman, Da- mon Molina and Jess Apple who earned their Outdoors- man Activity badge. Reno Chandler, Robert McCoy and Daniel Lockett received their Whittling Chip Cards. Daniel Lockett received the Helping Hands Trophy in Sherol Chandler's Den. Two new boys were welcomed into the Pack. They are Logan Crow, a Bobclit,- and Luke Harriman, a Tiger Cub. April's Pack Meeting will be an annual Father-Son Cake Decorating Contest and Cake Auction, a major fund- your weather reports, Ever- across the street had caved range of alternatives. Charters. He then showed a ett! 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