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Decorations Create Wonderland

Glenwood News for Dec. 14

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GLENWOOD HOMEMAKERS

Kirt and Darleen McPherson welcomed Tiffany Bette-Jean into the world on Nov. 16. Tiffany was born at Skyline Hospital in White Salmon; she weighed 10 pounds 2.5 ounces and was 21.75 inches long at birth. The baby girl joins older siblings Steven, Makala and Christopher James. Grandparents are Earl and Terry Kuhnhausen of Glenwood; and great-grandparents are Pat and Bette Setters of Lyle. Congratulations to Kirt and Darleen on Tiffany Bette-Jean McPherson's arrival.

Ty Richard Murray was born Dec. 9 to proud parents Eddie Murray and Maria Hutchins at Mid-Columbia Medical Center in The Dalles. At birth Ty weighed 6 pounds 12.5 ounces, and was 20 inches long. Allison, 11, was anxiously awaiting her little brotber's arrival. Ty's grandparents are Bubs and Marlene Murray of Glenwood and Richard and Edy Randall of Centerville. Great-grandmother Mary Paul Ladiges resides in The Dalles. Best wishes to Ty's family.

Boy, what a beautiful valley we live in! Driving around, it seems like a lot of our community members are really getting into the holiday spirit. The Christmas lights look so beautiful against the new snowfall! While Earl Manzur may have bragging rights again for the largest real snowman; Chad Feller's inflatable snowman may actually be larger (a.m. -- after melt.) Masdens and Gimlins both have giant Santas to welcome visitors to their homes, and it's fun to see Rudolph and Santa trying to get down the chimney at Hendersons. Some snow angels were spotted at the end of Ladiges Road. After some super-sleuthing, we think Lois and Martha may have created them. Anyway, thanks to everyone who takes the time to decorate for Christmas! Your efforts create a winter wonderland that everyone can enjoy!

Terry Arnold was thoroughly surprised with a birthday party on Saturday night at Jimmy and Roxie Clemmer's shop. Family and friends made the evening very special for Terry; and she would like to thank everyone for attending, the great food, gifts and cards.

School happenings this week include: Wednesday -- Christmas program at 7 p.m; Thursday -- junior high basketball game at home at 5 p.m.; scholastic book fair ends; Friday -- Santa will visit the school children; food drive ends; Christmas dinner; early release for Christmas vacation; high school basketball at Glenwood Friday at 4:30.

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