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Page 7 Hells Canyon Journal May 8, 1996 Thank You son, B.J. Pell and Dorothy Thank You A grateful thank you to Hampton. Thank you good friends, friends, family and neighbors Student Helpers thank you for all you have for all the acts of kindness ClaytonNalder, JeffMiles,been and are doing to ease while I was in the hospital and since I've beenhome. All Jess Apple, Cindi Tucker, the pain ofthis difficult time. Special thanks for helping Zara Williams, Jolene make Bill's birthday celebra- of you are in mYGraceheart.Ritter DuMars, Lucas Jones, Josh tion meaningful, uplifting Brown, RobSchudel, Christy and joyous. Melchoir, Barbara Stacey, Bill and Ann Shields Thank You Andrea Bryan and Lucas Simpson. Thanks, Grace, Duane and the Pine Eagle Track Team We would like to thank the Thank You following people for their help in making the Pine Eagle In- I wish to thank all those vitational Track Meet a huge who sent cards and flowers, success. The visiting coaches brought ibod and helped serve were quick to praise the job fbr the dinner after Pam's memorial service. Your these people did. They made The City ofRichland wantsthoughtfulness was very comments like "How did you get so many people to help9" to acknowledge and say much appreciated. "Thank you very much" to Leon Brunke Our comment was "That's the the Oregon Department of kind ofpeople we have at Pine Transportation, Richland' Eagle." Maintenance section, under Adult Helpers the supervision of Forrest Thank You "Bud" Sutherland, and E.V. We would like to thank the DonVannice, KellyRowen, Communications, owned andRichland FireDepartmentfor DaveSchmitt, NinaPetersen, operated by the Lattin fam- theirquickresponseandcon- John Peterson, Wayne Lowe, ily, for your cooperation and tern on our recent fire. Wayne Endersby, SueRowen,assistance to the City. Your One thinks one will never Darlene Beam, Jim Young, helpin replacing the old irri- need their assistance ...but Kay Young, Roger Gulick, gation pipe line on Main think again. When the time Kerry Macomber, Gayla Street is very much appreci- comes it is really a relief to Macomber, Dennis Oliver, ated. Without you, the City know you have help to de- BarbiMay, RonGodwin,Jen- would have not been able to pend on. nifer Godwin, Mike Katona, complete the job in such a We urge everyone to sup- Jon Miles, Janet Miles, Terry short time with so little in- port our volunteer fire de- Vaughan, Bob VanHooser, convenience to the public, partment. PamVanHooser, BobMotley, Thank you again. Thanks again! Rus Steinebach, Steve Peter- - City of Richland Byrl and Tiz La~ders ,n i, i i ii i i Thank, You Phone Call From I got the word last Sunday, It came from my daughter, Jo. She said, "You're going to be a Grandpa, Just thought you'd like to know." Well it sure did take me by surprise, Haven't gotten over it yet. Never been a Grandpa, But I guess there's no need to fret. There's one thing that I'm sure ot, There's one thing that is worse, That's trying to live with Grandma, With pictures in her purse. Corky Gossi, February 2,3, 1985 , (Editor's note: This poem shared by Pat Gossi and JoRae Wickham) Jim For honesty, integrity and fairness in County Govern- ment, vote for a local retired businessman with practical and educational background. i Republican -- CANDIDATE ] BAKER COUNTY COMMISSIONER ,, Authorized by Jim Pellissier HC,R 88, Box ,429 Baker City, OR 97814 , I i ll ~ ,I lil ilj il i If you see a screen on line that looks like this: [[] Enter your credit card number here [ ] Despite advertised claims to the contrary, the Internet is not secure for confidential information like credit card numbers, social security numbers or anything you wouldn't wish other people to have access to. Although some service providers claim their new security system is fool-proof, it probably isn't. DON'T TAKE A CHANCE! When shopping onqine, choose the merchandise you wish to order, jot down the 800 number of the vendor, and call them on the telephone. This is a much safer way to do business than putting your card number out on the Net. A" Message from " TELEPHONE SYSTEM, ..... .......... ...... PINE i i i i i,i ii , i ii i /