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Town Talk for Oct. 22, 2003

Idaho adventure

Darlene Rolando and Sid Harper traveled to Paul, Idaho, to see Darlene’s mother, Snooks Barber, and to help her celebrate her 93rd birthday.

Darlene’s brother, Don Voeltzel, and family were there from Income, Idaho, and they all had a good time visiting. As they traveled, they stopped in Kemmer, Wyo., to visit former Haydenite Carol Batesta.



Out-of-town visitors

Donna Barnes-Melagosa flew in from Arizona to attend Kathleen Preator’s funeral. While she was here, she spent the week visiting her children, Tim Barnes and Tammy Boutwell.



Bruce Yoast, Ed and Terry VanderTook, Joe and Nancy Clark also were here for Kathleen Preator’s funeral and spent time reconnecting with family and friends.

Funeral service

Cleo Groves passed away Oct. 16. A funeral service will be at 4 p.m. Thursday at the Hayden Congregational Church.

Homemakers award

Avis Funk received the Colorado Master Farm Homemakers Guild Award. Phil Abor, Mona Weaver and Judy Green took her to Fort Collins to accept this great honor Oct. 15. Avis received a large glass salad bowl that has beautiful roses on it. She said they had a good time at the presentation and had a wonderful luncheon served to them.

Happy birthday

Happy Birthday to Barbara Binetti, Becky Stephenson, Dennis Hallenbeck and Judy Hockett.

Happy anniversary

Chuck and Julie Grobe will be celebrating an anniversary on Friday.

Thank you

Avis Funk would like to give a special thank you to Rowan McQuarrie for the beautiful music that he played on his bag pipes in honor of her husband, Jim.

Rowan could not attend the funeral and he told Avis this was his way of honoring him. The beautiful music was heard by all the surrounding neighbors as Rowan hiked up to the gravel pit and played from there.


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