Hayden tid bits
December 7, 1999
Lyn and Toby Salazar hosted a family Thanksgiving dinner at their new home.
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Forsythe spent the Thanksgiving holiday in Lubbock, Texas, with their daughter, Molly. While there they traveled to Austin, Texas, where Molly was sworn in as an attorney along with 900 other graduate students.
Tim and Chris Johnson announced the birth of their son, Bryce David, born Nov. 26, 1999, at Routt Memorial Hospital in Steamboat Springs, Colo. Bryce David weighed 5 pounds, 14 ounces and measured 18 inches long. Maternal grandmother is Donna Hellyer of Hayden. Paternal grandparents are Pat and David Johson of Byron, Ill. Paternal great grandparents are Bill and Modora Jones of Byron.
Al Duchess and friends from South Dakota are here for the late elk hunting season.
Donna Hellyer had all her children and grandchildren here to share the Thanksgiving holiday. The family had a pot-luck dinner at David’s home.
Frank Turon was seriously injured in a freak snowboarding accident Nov. 24 on Rabbit Ears Pass. Friends transported him to Steamboat Springs, where he underwent major surgery at Routt Memorial Hospital. He was released Dec. 1 and is recuperating at home. His mother reports he is doing well.
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Mr. and Mrs. Tim Gilroy traveled to Yuma, Ariz., to be with Karen’s parents, Carol and Kenneth Rhodes, on Thanksgiving. While in Arizona they were able to visit John and Elinor Reagan at Mesa, Ariz.
Dorothy and Todd Dubois were happy to have Jennifer here with them over the holiday vacation.
Levi Sheldon is recruperating from recent foot surgery he received Nov. 23 at Routt Memorial Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. George Kostiuk were in Grand Junction, Colo., over Thanksgiving.
Erik Olson; wife, Lorie; and sons, Kenney, Karl and Nils, were Thanksgiving holiday guests of their parents, Roger and Jean Olson.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Barnes, Desiray and Zach, were holiday guests of Holley’s parents, Laura and Clarence Ludaman, in Grand Junction.
Jack Barnes is now in Mesquite, Nev., for the winter months. His family helped him make the trip and get settled.
Mae Coverston was here for a few days. She will be spending the winter in Berthoud near her daughter. She moved some of her personal belongings as her grandson, Travis, and his son, Dakota, will be living in her house. Dave and Kathy Hainault honored her at their home with a farewell get-together.