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Page 5 Hells Canyon Journal August 4, 2010 I [-- @- L- [: Former Resident Returns Photo by Sherrle Kvamme "1 HADTO RUN CLEAR DOWN MAIN STREETin New Bridge to &apos;catch her," exclaimed Tina Hamby, former New Bridge resident speaking of her old friend, Doris Stone. "1 didn't think I'd make it because she moves pretty fastF' The two old friends spent some quality time this week, sharing news of family, friends and what they're doing these days. Last spring, Tina moved to Salt Lake City so she would be closer to her family. She said, "1 really do miss New Bridge and all of my neighbors, but it's pretty nice to be close to the kids, too! I'll be back and visit again soon and often. This won't be my last visit!" Garden Club Produce Auction in Riehland The Baker County Garden Club will hold a produce auc- tion in the Eagle Valley Grange Community Park in Richland on Wednesday, Au- gust 11, at 10:30 a.m. For those wishing to share rides from Baker City to Richland, meet at the library in Baker City, at 9:30 a.m. Those plan- ning to attend are reminded to bring a sack lunch. Family and Softball Mitch, Angle, Jamie and Blake Butler, together with Carma Anderson, traveled to Pocatello, Idaho, Thursday, July 29. Carma and the But- lers visited Peggy Roubidoux, Carma's daughter and Mitch's aunt, along with Peggy's sons Tadd and C. Jay, and their families. The en- tire family watched Jamie and the team she plays on, the Boise Blasts, compete in a softball tournament. The games were exciting, accord- ing to Carma. The Butler family and Carma returned to Halfway - ]]lullag ($:40) *nflOEPTIOfl [] A contempocan/ scien lotion thdller set in the a of the human rnir Frl|mp- llmrslW 7.'1o 'NO'T'UEYd' () BARGAIN MATINF.E on Sunday, accompanied by Hunter Roubidoux, a cousin, who will be visiting for two weeks in Halfway. Medicine Woman Visits Pine Valley For the past week, a mostly Irish woman who dresses in Native American-style cloth- ing she makes herself has been visiting in Pine Valley and teachinglocal people how to identify and use native edible plants and, most im- portantly, to scatter the seeds of those plants so there will be more to eat if we should ever need it. For many years, Finisia Medrano has traveled around the country to Indian reser- vations and places like our valleys, spreading the seeds of the edible plants and teach- ing people. Among others, she brings pits of our native wild plums to the south and Pin- ion pine seeds further north and along the way she teaches. Like many Native medicine women, Finisia has ThroughAugust Grandkids Ride FREE! m To Sa,erCi: every Wednesday 1 't & 3  Fridays He (August 6 & 20) r. , To La Grande: "/ . 2 Tuesday 541742 RIDE Favorite Bowls Missing After the PEEF charity event last Sunday, July 25, two bowls loaned for the meal are missing. If you took left- overs home, please check to see if you have one or both of these bowls. They are well used stainless steel bowls, one strong opinions and emotions about what she teaches and she has had to be strong to do what she does. She travels among many different kinds of people, and in all weather, on horseback, trailing two packhorses. She came to Pine Valley as a result of suffering heatstroke while descending the Kleinschmidt Grade and has been staying in Pine Val- ley at the home of Louise Raven, while one of her horses continues recovery following an accident in which is was hit by a car. On Monday of this week, she was planning to head west on horseback. Grasshoppers Here According to Pine Valley resident Nellie Forrester, grasshoppers are back in sea- son. Nellie called the HCJ of- fice last Friday to say she had seen several hoppers, includ- ing a big orange one, which she had almost stepped on. "I don't know whether they're early or what, but they're ontheirway," she concluded. Thank You We would like to say a"BIG THANK YOU" to all the people who volunteered to help us with the garbage de- tail during Miner's Jubilee in Baker City. We had lots of help from Tony and Jan Bonn, Bob and Sandra Sharp, Al and Margie Garrison, Rose- ann Riggs, Mary Hiekox, Debi Duggan, Ron Hunter and daughter Mae, Millie Shold, Jesse Swanson and Bud and Arleen Thomason. I would also like to thank Debi Bainter, Baker City Chamber of Commerce Ex- ecutive Director, for giving us this opportunity. All these people worked hard to help us earn $1,200 for the Linda Lanier Patriotic Event on September 10th at Baker City High School Auditorium. "THANKS AGAIN, GUYS! Wally and Patty Hammond small and one medium-sized. They are very much missed by their owner who uses them frequently and would like to have them back. If you have the bowl(s) or know of their whereabouts, please contact Denise Cairns at 541-742- 6161. ..-Thanks for your supportI-n n Boy Scout Troop #438 would like to [ -" o I i ', thank the cornmunnty by : /r(( <' " . . l ;   inviting everyone who ! >  '' hel -"  ,,.. ,. ,,,, ',, per m their recent I ! /,, >-/ fund raising efforts i I - i / to a Summer Cook-Out of .. "- Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, I i i' 00'rinl00"00 Ice Cre'00m l (/_ Wednesday, August 11, 6.8PH ! Eagle Yalley Grange Communit Park i All who supported the boys are cordially invited. : l n llllinllnllilln llill nlln mE Prices effective August 5  - 8  Hours: 7:00am - 7:00pm Monday - Saturday 7:00am - 6:00pm Sunday ~ MEAT & DELl ~ T-Bone Steak ....................... $4.99/1b Country-Style Spare Ribs Boneless ........ $1.69/1b Gold 'n Plump Chicken Breast ]6 oz pkg .... $7.99/ea E=,..,.   Jimmy Dean Sausage Regular. Italian, 16 oz ... $2.79/ea Li'l Sizzlers Sausages x2 oz pkg ........ . $1.25/ea Barilla Pasta x ozAsst'd ......................... 51.19 C 6' H Sugar s lbs .............................. 53.79 WF All-Purpose Flour s lbs ...................... $1.79 WF Olive Oil 7 oz ............................. $4.99 WF Pan Coating Spray 6 oz ...................... $1.79 WF Seasoning Mixes .7-1.25 oz Asst'd ................. 2/$1 WF Salsa xs.s oz .............................. ... 2/$3 Nalley's Chili is oz Asst'd ......................... $1.25 Ocean Spray Cranberry Juices 64 oz Asst'd ........... $3.33 WF Applesauce 46 oz ........................... 2/$5 Cheerios & Lucky Charms as oz .................. $2.50 WF Pancake Mix s6 oz ........................... 2/$6 WF Syrup 36 oz ................................. 2/$6 Townhouse Crackers  L7 oz ............. ........ $3.33 Pop-Secret Popcorn zs-2 oz ....................... 2/$6 WF Canned Nuts o oz .......................... $4.99 Nabisco Oreos x8 oz ............................. 2/$6 Keebler Cookies s-:8 ozst'd ..................... 3/$9 Gatorade Asst'd 2o oz 8 pk ......................... $5.99 Yoplait Yogurt 6 oz Asst'd ........................... 50 WF Cottage Cheese x6 oz ................ ....... $1.29 WF Orange Juice 64 oz ......................... $2.19 Freschetta 12" Pizza Asst'd ....................... $4.99 Marie Callender's Pot Pies a6.s oz .................. $2.54 Marie Callender's Dinners :4-x6 oz Asst'd .............. S2.50 Blue Bunny Ice Cream s6 oz Asst'd ................. $3.33 Crest Toothpaste 6.4 oz Asst'd ...................... $1.99 WF Bath Tissue 2 ply, 4 ron pk ...................... 99 WF Decorator Paper Towels  ply single rolls ............ 69 Tide Detergent so oz ........................... $5.99 Pure Life Water .sL 4 pk ......................... $3.99 Shasta Soda Asst'd :z pks ...................... $3.33 + Pabst Beer v case ........................... 56.99 +dep - PRODUCE ~ Dole Salads 6-8 ozAsst'd ................... $2.50 Mushrooms 8 oz pkg ..................... 52.00 Red 6' Yellow Potatoes ................ 99/1b Bananas ............................ 50nb Red 6' Green Grapes .................. 99/1b Blueberries 6 oz pkg ..................... 2/54 Raspberries 6 o, pkg ...................... 2/54 Cantaloupe ......................... 39/1b e'v all t?eard ti2 sayi0, "drir/l 0o wie bed=ore its time." flore uu]%ll advice would be, "driok 0o u]ie a}ter its time." o wipes tat sell io tt/e modeg pries ra0e wie e offer t/ere at tl?e market are meartt to be dru0k immediately up00 release. T O be 00 te sae side, wl2ite stould be er/joyed witl2io 3 years of release; irexpe0sive but ood quality reds may be kept, eare]ully stored, for 5 to 7 years, t may also be st/joyed immediately. ose wir/es s?ould be eoi)rmed uitip 18 morRl?s o}' release. oasted Beet Salad U/rap ]resl?, peeled beets Jr/ti oil d roast at 350 util tl?ey "ive" ul?eo squeezed. To a I?al]-et u]alts uHtl? Balsamic 7iarette ad toa iDa 350 over/l:or a }'ew mir/utes. .Ieo beets ar/d walr/uts are cooled, toss witl crisp lea: lettuce. fd 3-4 our/ees oi: crumbled oat eiTeese ar/d dress wit a Balsamic b'ir/earette to wNe you've a,d a pirl o}' ar. Yummy! is salad is l?earty er/ou to serve as tt?e mair/course, It it also mes a r/lee side to elieler/ roaO:ed or rilled Jr/your =avorite vay. fl eobbler mae rom J=rest'/peaees or a W o tle berries U?at are ripei r/ow is a sweet way to er/d tis meal.