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Hells Canyon Journal, September 25, 1985 Page 7 Dude and Helen Douglas traveled to Payette last week to get milker parts and visited Oliver Yardley in Weiser on their way home. Imogene Greener and her son Andy spent one day last week in baker. Greg Dixon brought a pickup load of peaches from Mann's Creek, Idaho into Pine Valley for sale. Thursday, September 19 Donna Coyal was hostess for the Pine Cone Club meeting at the Club House. There were 10 members present. Saturday Darcey Douglas and children Christina and Jeremey traveled to Baker. Bessie Kirk and children spent the weekend with Gor- don who is working in Ukiah. Chuck and Debbie Pfaff of Burns, Oregon are wel- coming a daughter born September 18. The new Miss amed Krystle Renee weighed 8 lbs., 4 oz. Krystle joins a brother named Josh. Grandparents are Brennon and Darlene Newell and John and Sadie Pfaff, Halfway. Bob and Billee Howard spent last week in Reno, Nevada. Last Wednesday and Thursday former resident Barbara Farr was seen in Halfway. She and her hus- band Len have recently moved to Sisters, Oregon. Pare Anderson and infant daughter from San Diego, California are here visiting her parents Lawrence and Dorothy Smelcer. Helen Gover took her sis- ter Pricilla Manary to Port- land last week for a medical checkup. Mary Chartrey traveled to Cornelius, Oregon recently for a family reunion. Mary returned home September 23. ra,n uyer Full line of Fall Seeds Stretch Fall Pasture with Protein Blocks New & Used Circle J Horse & Stock Trailers Evenings: Haines, Ore Union, Ore. Baker, Ore, ($03) ass-3671 (503) 562-5522 (503) 523-4381 Henry and Marylouise Perkins from Colorado Sp- rings visited over the week- end with Don and Lucille Wolfe. Marylouise had to stop in Baker for x-rays due to a broken rib received from a fall. September 25 at 7:30 p.m. the Pine Valley Museum committee will meet at the Museum, Halfway. September 24 the Preby- terian Deacons will meet at Bernice Wilson's with Elaine Hearne as hostess. Vern Garvin, Most Wor- shipful Master of the Grand Lodge for Masons in Oregon will attend a meeting Tues- day, September 24 in Half- way. A complete article will be printed next week. Jan Oliver, who is attend- ing Boise State University returned over the weekend to pick up her son Tim Hank. Tim was seriously hurt in a farm accident last month and is going hack to Boise for a medical check up. Lex Thompson, New Bridge, was taken to St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Baker, Sunday morning, September 22. The Eagle Valley Seniors held their Annual Dinner at Eagle Valley Grange Hall SeptemSer 20. They would like to thank everyone who helped. They had a nice day and enjoyed meeting old friends. Hunters, look forward to the New Bridge Grange Hall's Harvest Dinner fea- turing a homecooked meal Saturday, October 12. Winnie Hoover and daughter Mary Margaret were recent visitors in Eagle 1809 Main St., Baker 523-4823 Valley. Vada Thompson recently moved back to Eagle Valley. She became ill and her sister, Lola Graves, trans- ported her to St Elizabeth's Hospital Sunday, September 22. Friday & -' aturuay Restaurant and Lounge with the Dance for Fun & Prizes! September 27 & 28 Starting at 9.'00 p.m. Richland, Ore. 893-6122 Prices Effective September 25 - 28 Case Lot Sale. Order Now Cheese .......... Bulk "'|' lU. S149 ...... Fresh Pork Link lb. '119 Steak.... ...... . Top ,b. :2=. Braunschweiger ...... ,b. 89* Halibut ...... . C.n,.C.,S,.k,b. =3" Chicken .......... ,,.,,,b. 99 ........ Red Delicious lb. 29 ............ lb. 29 ............... ,b. 39' .......... 39 Cabbage ......... 4 :100