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Page 10 Hells Canyon Journal, September 3, 1986 O O Familiar faces seen during Labor Day weekend and Baker County Fair in Half- way included: Rita and Jim Plaisted, Jim and Wilma Walter, Roe and Jack Riley, Dan Douglas, John Sum- mers, Emma Jean and Don Scott, Tom Curtis, Denice Christianson, Rosa Sargent with her granddaughtdr Joanie Wilhelm. Paul, An- drea and baby Jessica Ham- ley from Bend and Gigi Dyer from Portland gathered at the Ed Carr home. on Highway 86 near Crow Lane Saturday evening, Au- gust 30. The Kenneth Smith family had a weekend visit from their son, Mark Smith, his wife Kathy and their friends from Richland, Washington. Home Ec will meet at the home of Pauline Smith Sep- tember 9 at 1:00 p.m. Not a formal class reunion, not a formal group, but old times and old friends were hashed over and probably re-hashed when seven mere- Gordon and Irene Lee, De- bers of the 'Class of '65' got lores Young, Galen- d'-J-m- together for an impromptu Huff, Lela and Boyd Shelton; Dale and Judy Taylor, Gary and Carol West and family from Eagle, Idaho, Lynne and Allen Joseph, Randy and Connie Curt, Fred and Micbolle Mayo, Phyllis Hay- den and Melody, Connie Tyler and Kevin Gwin. Visiting at the Grant Dixon home last week were Flo's brother and wife, Lea and Alice Marks from Hermis- ton. Bill and Laurajo Bennett from El Monte, California are visiting at the Lee Roy Young home this week. Dan and Denice Constans former residents of Oxbow have moved to Cascade, Idaho and are reported to have "settled in." Visiting at the Aaron In- galls home over the weekend were: Aaron's, sister and husband, Betty and Jerry Browning from Silverdale, Washington and Frank and Sandy Burk and family from Boise, and Teresa Ingalls. Venna and Bill Moody saw a boar on Clear Creek Bridge meeting August 27 in Half- way. A few hearty members managed to come alive for even a second night. State Senator Eugene Timms and his wife Edna were in Pine Valley Sunday evening and Monday enjoy- ing the Baker County Fair. The Timms were overnight guests at the home of Don and Lucille Wolfe. Iowa Greener returned home after spending several days in the St. Elizabeth Hospital in Baker. Denice Carins has been staying with Iowa since her return home. Jerri Kay Hack has return- ed to Meridian, Idaho where i she teaches school. Dick and Patty Towel] with their two children recently returned home from an eight day trip into Canada where they camped at various na- tional parks, took the ferry to Victoria and spent a day at Expo 86. Art and Vivian Gilley brought their son Troy and grandsons, Chris and Pat Gilley to Halfway last week P BRIDAL BOUQUETS Drop Station Tape Rentals BROOKS WHOLESALE 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Mon. thru Fri. 12 Noon - 5:00 p.m. Sat. Main St., Rlchland 893-6172 to renew acquaintences and ride horses. Visiting at the Christine and Roger Gover home last week were their son-in-law Dee Hansen and granchil- dren, Cody and Jenna Kay from Baker. Their daughter Becky was workin on the Ground Control Unit during the Joseph fires. Becky re- ported an interesting experi- ence, especially meeting 24 National Guard vehicles in the wee hours of the mor- ning, all full of hungry fire fighters wanting informa- tion. Dee accon panied by Deania Corrigan drove to Joseph to bring Becky home later in the week. Don and Lucille Wolfe returned last week from a trip to the San Francisco ares.- to visit with their son, John Wolfe. John piloted a small plane taking his parents over the Bay area and gave his father an early birthday present the next day. Don celebrated 64 years by learn- ing to sky dive. Den's com- ment, "I loved it and can hardly wait to do it again." Bill Bradfoxd from Salem visited last week with his mother and brother, Bessie and Ted Bradford. The family of Viola Lee reunited in Pine Valley this past week after being separ- ated for 30 years. Monna Mccormick from Springfield and Jeanne Dan- iels from Las Vegas joined Margie Sagers, Inez Barn- hart, Gib and Henry Lee from Halfway to reminisce and get reacquainted. Viola Lee was the first girl child born in Pine Valley to a pioneer family. The Pine Eagle "High School graduating class of 1965 held a class reunion this past weekend with a d ner Saturday afternoon and pic- nic Sunday which "included volleyball and baseba:l games at the Lions Park. Nineteen of the 32 gradu- ates returned for a weekend of fun and laughter. Cindy Randall Plane traveled the farthest, coming from Alas- ka and Audrey Colpitts Cool from British Columbia. Others attending the re- union included: Mary Harris Weir, Tonya DeMoss, Tami Keating, Wade Saunders, Don Robertson, Stub and Pare Turner, Leslie Landers Morris, Dorothy Melchoir, Yvonne HaUgen, Don Gra- ven, Ronda Stevenson, Patti Scott Coffee. Doc Dillman, Dwight Saunders, Tom Smit, and Forrest Krigbaum. The graduating class from five years ago also held a reunion in Halfway during weekend, but names were not available at press time. The Byrl and Tiz Landers home was busy recently as they cared for their grand- daughter Randi while her parents Steve and Lisa were on vacation, and they enjoy- ed a visit from their daughter and family Leslie and Rick Morris with their two chil dren, Chance and Tend Jo from Moses Lake, Washing- ton. Ron, Jennifer, Gabo, Ann- ie and Abbey Godwin return- Scott l Irrigation Co., Inc.`. 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