PEDEE NEWS: Arlene Kovash

Steve and Audrey Cameron have been celebrating more family birthdays. They drove with daughter Stephanie to Rose’s Deli in Sherwood to celebrate son Chris’ birthday. His birthday was Oct. 9 and son Bob’s wife was on Oct. 10. Granddaughter Zoey was home from preschool so she came along, too. Chris is gillnet fishing “upriver” so is staying with Bob’s family in Tigard. Bob and Chris never miss a Beaver game, so visit the farm on their way coming or going from Corvallis.

Judy Guida went to Puerto Vallarta on Oct. 3, where she spent several days relaxing, swimming and reading at the Grand Mayan Resort. Friends Chris and Robert Rhines happened to be in Puerto Vallarta at the same time, so she got to meet with them twice for dinner. Sam Guida’s brother, Joe, came down for three days, so they toured the area and enjoyed the beach. Sam had just recovered from pneumonia and was not up to the air travel, but Judy wasn’t about to waste their time share week since they were scheduled for it.

Pete and LaVerne Bennett went to Rockaway Beach on Oct. 11 to meet son Michael and his wife Beth for a good visit in the fabulous weather at the coast. Michael and Beth had recently been transferred by their company to Moses Lake, Wash., from Kansas City. Beth’s sister Lucy Osgood and her husband Pete met them there, too.

Brenda Ronco called LaVerne Bennett to help clarify details about Hettie (Hazel) Womer, the earliest burial at Pedee Cemetery, which is under expansion as noted in last week’s “Pedee News.” Hettie was her grandmother Eva Womer Burbank’s sister. Eva was Nola Womer’s mother Thera’s sister-in-law. Hettie’s parents donated the land for the cemetery when she died.

Don’t forget the Harvest Party at Pedee Church on Friday starting at 6 p.m. It will include a pizza dinner, pumpkin carving, a pie-eating contest and games. You don’t have to belong to the church to come.

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