Saturday, October 12, 2002
Reports are that Howard Stees is healing nicely after his recent fall from a roof where he was working.
Genie Earle was honored on her birthday Thursday, Oct. 10, with a dinner party held at the Golden Cavvy in Craig. Her family and friends were there to share the evening with her.
Many folks have requested that a note be in the news on how great the homecoming parade was. Looked as though all who were involved worked very hard for the special day.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Briggs are at their home in Cameron, W.Va., again following a two-month stay here to be near her three sons and their families.
Carol Rickman and Betty Barnes traveled to Hot Sulphur Springs last weekend to visit Jack Rickman and Janet. They also enjoyed seeing their new home, which they are at this time moving into.
The annual fall luncheon at the Congregational Church in Hayden will be held in the Parish Hall on Wednesday, Oct. 16, from 11 a.m. until the food is gone. Price is $6 per plate.
The children of Del and Jean Scott enjoyed a visit from their Aunt June in September. She came especially for the combined scattering of the ashes in this beautiful country that they both so loved.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Richardson and two sons have purchased the home of Kathy Parks southeast of Hayden. They are in the process of moving and getting settled. Kathy is now at home in Craig where she bought a small acreage in western Knolls.
Millie and Thomas Hellyer were ever so happy that their mother was able to be here from the Front Range to attend homecoming festivities.