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Page 5 Hells Canyon Journal November 8, 2004 [ Study Group Forming at PV Presbyterian A new book study group is forming at the Pine Valley Presbyterian Church. The group will study The Pursuit of Wisdom by the anonymous author of 1"he Cloud of Un- knowing, a book studied by the local group several years ago. "This is a good study for those of us interested in read- ing early Christian works, especially those on prayer and meditation," said Jennifer Godwin who participated in the group that studied The Cloud of Unknowing. Everyone is welcome to join the group, which will meet for the first time on Tuesday, November 9 in the Faith Room at Pine Valley Presby- terian Church from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. Books will be given out at the first meeting, hope- fully, and prices announced then. Bazaars Reminder Both New Bridge Grange and Betty Lovett are holding their holiday bazaars this coming weekend. New Bridge Grange will have its bazaar, with lunch for sale, on Saturday, Novem- ber 6, between 10:00 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Betty Lovett's bazaar will set up tables on Friday, No- vember 4 and be open for sales Saturday and Sunday, No- vember 5 and 6, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. VFW Thanksgiving Dinner, Potluck Style Wyona Edwards, who is still going to Texas on No- vember 18, came in to say there would be a community Thanksgiving potluck, begin- ning at 1:00 p.m. on Thanks- giving Day, Thursday, No- vember 25 at the Halfway VFW Post 7847 hall. "Someone has donated two turkeys," Wyona said, "and Dorothy Brower will roast them and make dressing and gravy. A volunteer is needed to cook ten pounds of donated potatoes. "To offer help or say what you'll be bringing to the pot- luck, please call Dorothy at 742-2329, or call me before November 11 at 742-2112." Christine Bennett suffered serious head injuries in a one- car accident in September. "Anyone willing to offer a few hours time to help make this happen as soon as pos- sible would be appreciated beyond words," Jenny said. "Our budget won't allow a big expense, but if there are those who are willing to offer labor, we'll find the money for the materials. God willing, we'll Pine Baptist Missionary have her home soon." Fund Benefit Announced A Report on Grace Have you seen Jerry Roger GulicVk says his Miller's barn at the meat de- mother, Grace, is getting bet- partment in Old Pine Mar-ter every day. ket? Jerry has donated this barn to be raffled off byLena Buchanan Thanksgiving. The proceeds Lena Buchanan left Pine will go to the Pine Baptist Valley on October 28 to win- Missionary fund and tickets ter with her granddaughter, are on sale for $1.00 each at Lydia Buchanan. Correspon- the meat counter. If you're dence can be addressed to: looking for a Christmas gift Lena Buchanan, 1099 First for a special child, take a look Street, #120, Coronado, CA at this barn. 92118. Drawing for the free barn will be held the Wednesday Bingo News before Thanksgiving at the by Dorothy Brower end of the day. The winner There were 30 adults need not be present to win present for our Halloween and will be notified by phone, bingo. Each pot was worth Former Residents Visit $25.00. The pumpkin ghouls kept both the jackpots, so next Former Pine Valley resi- week the regular jackpot will dents Bud and Judy Sanders be $70.00 for 59 numbers and from Joseph were visitors at the special jackpot will be the home of Estella Summers $315.00. The special is climb- on Saturday, October30. Both ing up there again. Joy Cole Bud and Judy were school walked out the door with the teachers in Halfway in the $32.00 consolation prize plus 1970s and early '80s, when a couple of other pots. That they lived in Estella's little table was again luckytonight. red rental house. , Terry wore a hideous wig Would You Lend a Hand? that was pretty scary on him. There were treats on all the Jenny Gulickthinks many tables for all the goblins to hands would make light work enjoy along with all the other for a project she has in mind. free popcorn, coffee, tea, lem- "I'd like to add some space onade and the Halloween to our home so there would be drink of hot-spiced cider. room formysister, Christine. Come on out to the VFW She is very anxious to come Hall on Friday nights and see home from Boise." what you have been missing. @ '| II Friday Fright Photo by Steve Backstrom WITCHING HOURS were from 8:30 to 5:00 last Friday at the Halfway Post Office as Postmaster Lupe Farley waited on postal patrons in a bewitching costume. Monday, November 8 We have bingo there every 12:00 Noon Meals- $2.25 Friday night, starting Halfway Lions Club promptly at 7:00 p.m. Pork stroganoffwith noodles, vegetable, bread, coleslaw, Senior Meals Menus brownie. 1 Thank You A heartfelt thank you to many people in Halfway af- ter I shattered my ankle and the subsequent surgery. To Cliffand Sandra Duvall, who came to deliver some- thing else and ended up tak- ing me to the Baker hospital; to Zara for the ride to sur- gery, and for the furniture; to Eloise, Lisa and Toni for food and keeping my lines of com- munication open to the out- side world, along with the food; to Meriann for the din- ner; Penny Sabin for food and the ride in for a check-up; Jenny Gulick and Senior bus ladies for their help when the lift wouldn't cooperate; to Linda Bergeron for plants and flowers; to Wyona Edwards for the fresh pumpkin donuts (yummy!) and Melanie and Justin for carrying me up the stairs. And finally to my "finan- cial consultants" even though it's going to be tough, I'm sure with your help, I'll make it. God bless all of you, and to the ones I may have missed. Tina Renn Thank You A big Thank You to all our special relatives and friends for the prayers and acts of kindness during John's heart surgery and recovery. You are all greatly appreciated. Thank you again, John and Dorothy Randall They, November 4 12:00 Noon Meals- $2.25 Lost a Set of Car Keys? New Bridge Grange A set of General Motors Thank You Baked ham, scalloped pota-car keys was found after I would like to thank toes, carrots, hot roll, broc- Marcella Taylor's 90th birth- "whomever" gave me the Gift coil/bacon salad, ice cream, day party at the Pine Valley Certificate at Wild Bill's. Entrde sponsors: Powder GrangeHallrecently. Please It is very much appreci- River Pioneers - Good Sam call Judy Taylor at 742-7194 ated. Club. to claim. Ronda Dillman Prices Effective November 4-8, 2004 Boneless Beef Chuck Roasts .......................... $2,59 lb. Boneless Beef Cube Steaks ............................ $2.99 lb. Bone-in Pork Chops ....................................... $1.79 lb. HOURS: 7:00 AM -- 8:00 PM Sunday -- Thursday tUmooitl l 7:00 AM -- 9:00 PM Friday -- Saturday Gold-n-Plump Whole Cut-up Chickens 56 oz... $2.99 ea. W. E Turkey or Ham Lunchmeats, 8 oz ........ $1.25 ea. Bar S Hot Dogs, 16 oz ...................................... 89 ea. Maxwell House Coffee, 33-39 oz ................. $4.99 ea. W.E Chocolate Chips, 12 oz ........................... 88 ca. W.E Powdered or Brown Sugar, 32 oz .......... 79 ea. Betty Crocker Cake Mixes, 18.25 oz .............. 79 ca. Betty Crocker R.TS. Frostings, 16 oz ........ $1.67 ea. B.C. Hamburger, Tuna or Chicken Helper, asstd. $1.49 ca. W.E Seedless Raisins, 32 oz ....................... $2.49 ea. W.E Flake Coconut, 14 oz ........................... $1.19 ca. W.E Flour, 25 lbs ........................................ $2.99 ca. W.E Shortening, 48 oz ................................ $2.49 ea. W.E Duos Cookies, 18 oz .............. . ............. $1.67 ea. W.E Condensed Milk, 12 oz ..................... 2/$1.00 ca. W.E Condensed Sweetened Milk, 14 oz ......... 88 ea. W.E Table Salt, 26 oz ..................................... 39 ca. Hershey Milk Chocolate Giant Bars, 6 oz ..... 99 ea. W. E Brownie Mixes, 19-22 oz .................... $1.19 ea. O. Redde her Microwave Popcorn, 3-3.5 oz. $1.49 ea. W. E Dog Food, 13.2 oz ............................... 3/89 ea. W. E Light Amber Walnuts, 16 oz .............. $2.49 ea. Top Ramen, 3 oz ................................................ 8/$1.00 W. E Chili, 15 oz. . 69 ea eooooeeeoeoooooeo eooooooooooooooeoeoeoooooeeoo Libby's Pumpkin, 29 oz. . $1 49 ea oooeoo eeooeoeoooooooooooeeeeoeeoo W. E Light Corn Syrup, 32 oz ............................. 99 ca. W. E Oatmeal, 42oz ........................................ $1.69ea. G. Mo Corn, Rice or Wheat Chex, asstd. ............ '$3.49 ea. W. E Economy Foil, 75feet ............................. $1.69ea. Dannon Spring Water, 6 half-liters. .. $1.88 ea. Ajax Dish Detergent, 19 oz ............. ::::::::::::::: ..... 99 eao W. E Whipped Toppings, 8 oz ............................. 69 ea. Sara Lee Pies, 37 oz ........................................ $2o99ea. Lynn Wilson Tortillas, 15 oz ............................ 69 ea. Lynn Wilson Burritos, 5 oz ................................ 2/89 Nautilus Tail-on Cooked Shrimp, 1 lb ......... $5.99 ea. PRODUCE Granny and Red Delicious Apples ................... 99 lb. Oranges, Large Navel ...................................... 69 lb. Carrots, 2 lbs. Mini ........................................ 2/$4.00. Brussel Sprouts ................................................ 99 lb. Potatoes, Reds ................................................... 19 lb. Potatoes, Russets, 20 lbs .................................... $1.69 Onions, Medium Yellow ............................ 4 lbs/$1.00 Pabst Beer, 1/2 case, $5.19+ Coke and Products 6-pack cans $2.19+ Western Family Sugar 25 lbs. $7.99 ea. Western Family Gum Drops 18 oz. 99 ea. Western Family Ice Cream 1/2 gal. $1.99 ea.