Saturday, August 23, 2003
The Jerry Millers went to Denver to attend their son John's graduation from Denver University's Law School. John received his second master's degree at a hooded ceremony Friday. Congratulations to John and wife, Susan, and to the Millers.
At Doak Walker
Talked to Chuck Wisecup and he reports his wife, Debbie, is a resident at Doak Walker Care Center in Steamboat Springs and is doing well. Nice going, Debbie. Her parents were here to see her.
Get well soon
Jeannette Iacovetto went to Denver to undergo surgery and needs your love and prayers. Get better soon.
Pat Tierney of Denver spent time with Mark Williams and Lila Rider on Monday. He is doing well after his recent surgery and soon will be moving to Twentynine Palms, Calif., where he will work at the Betty Ford Center. We wish him good luck.
Larry and Barb Bonds' new home has arrived, and work is being completed on it. Nice going. We wish you lots of happiness.
Verna and Blaine Whaley went to Hayden on Wednesday to attend services for Dorothy Decker.
Labor Day celebration
Don't forget to mark your calendar for the Labor Day celebration in Oak Creek. On Aug. 31, the Historical Society will sponsor a barbecue at Decker Park in Oak Creek.
On the road
The Jerry Millers enjoyed a visit from Jerry's brother and wife last weekend.
The South Routt Seniors shopped in Steamboat on Tuesday.
The Don Ritkouskis came in Wednesday to make their final move to Denver. Come see us soon.
Pat Tierney visited with the Cecil Westons on Monday.
The Doug Campbells are enjoying vacation time.
Lorrian Gregory took her granddaughter Julie and baby home to Grand Junction on Friday.
Mrs. Jim Goggin went to Denver on Monday with her daughter. Jim went in over the weekend to bring her home.
Dave Webster of Grand Junction was here visiting with Clarice Reid and son, Cal.
Bill Kresl of Grand Junction is spending time here at his home.
Mr. and Mrs. Royce Saindon of Arvada were Sunday callers at the Mag Edgar home.
Congratulations to all our 4-H members on their trip to the State Fair.
Sure is good to have rain falling -- we need it bad.