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October 27, 1993

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Page 2 Hells Canyon Journal October 27, 1993 Silent Movie Wednesday, October 27 Open House for State Senator Wes Cooley at Hunsaker/ Riley Ranch, one mile east of Pine Town, Pine Valley, 7 p.m. Eagle Valley Grange, 8 p.m. Thursday, October 28 Teen Girl Clinic, 4 - 7 p.m., Pine Eagle Clinic: Friday, October 29 PEHS football, V, at Crane, 2 p.m. PEHS volleyball, V, JV, F, at Crane, 4 p.m. VFW Post 7847 Bingo, 7:30 p.m., Halfway VFW Hall, 59#s for $65 turtle. Saturday, October 30 HIPS Annual Carnival and Auction, HES, begins 5:30 p.m. Teen Girl Clinic, 10 a.m. - i p.m., Pine Eagle Clinic. Sunday, October 31 End of Daylight Savings Time. Set clocks back 1hour at 2 a.m. Watch out for ghosts and goblins. Monday, November 1 Halfway Citizens Advisory Committee, 8 a.m., Binford Realty. CS Silent Movie class begins, 7 - 9 p.m., PEHS library; also on Tuesday, same place and time. Wednesday, November 3 Pine Valley Grange meeting 7 p.m. HIPS Carnival Gather up your family, Study Offered 'Silents are Golden," a Community Schools project offered byDoug McKim, will be held Monday and Tuesday nights from 7 - 9 p.m., begin- ning November 1 the Pine- Eagle High School library. In this study of motion pic- tures from the silent era, stu- dents will get an introduc- tion to pioneers of the silver screen, with their most im- portant productions. McKim says, "One does not have to be a film historian, 'movie snob,' or die-hard film buff to enjoy the course. This is for anyone who values great art, or a darn good movie. Ever wonder who was the screen's first Count Drac ala? Here's a chance to find out." Students will view early films from the U.S., France, Germany and the Soviet Union. Movies to be shown include Charlie Chaplin's "The Gold Rush," Buster Keaton's 'Tne General," (the first movie shot in Oregon), and Sergei Eisenstein's "The Battleship Potemkin." For more information, call Doug McKim, 742-4121. This course !dtable for all ages. Be sure to bring a friend and a smile. andA uction This Saturday serving at 5:30 p.m., with also start at 5:30. Watch for Saturday & Sunday, October 30 & 31 Come In & Celebrate!! 5O Use our new 800-number for /or /.. o/it the HOBBY HABIT Slot-car Raclng Information and orders 1 -800-963-9602 411Fir Street La Grande (503) 963-9602 1-800-963-9602 ALL NEW "TUESDAY NITE-FAMILY NITE' Kids: Bring home an "A" paper and bowl FREE! Bring us your "A" paper or test and bring along mom, dad, a grandparent or even your teacher grandma, grandpa, aunts, baked potatoes, chili, hot thefamousRovingClownand Kids bowl1 line FREE for each "A" unclesandhouseguests, have dogs, home made pies and visit a live spirit's house on Llimit 3 free lines each Tuesday dinner and attend a full night drinks available, the mysterious stage. The (must be accompanied by on adult) J of family fun at HIPS annual Carnival booths, which in- annum HIPS silent auction Call to reserve your 'family time' Carnival and Auction this dude the fish pond, darts, will start at 5:30 also. At 7:45 --- - Saturday night, October 30, dime toss, baseball throw, the bidding will close, and beginning at 5:30 and going shooting basketball hoops, a the high bidders for auction until 8:00 p.m. at Halfway book shop, bingo, cake walk items will be announced. The Open Tues. - Sat. Elementary School. and the Country Store with carnival will close at 8 p.m. The kitchen will begin items from the community, Tickets are five for $1. e