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Clarkston meals are served Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at the Pautler Senior Center. Asotin meals are served Tuesday and Thursday. No salad bar on Tuesday. Salad bar starts at 11:30 a.m. Suggested donation is $3 for those 60 and older. For those younger than 60, the cost is $6. Home-delivered meals are available by calling 758-3816.

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The aging process has you firmly in its grasp if you never get the urge to throw a snowball. ­­­­‑‑­­ Doug Larson

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The April meeting of the local AARP will begin at noon April 7th at the Pautler Senior Center at 549 Sixth St. in Clarkston. Cost for the lunch is $6. Entertainment will be provided by Kathy Dunlap on violin and

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Retired feds group sets April meeting Chapter 515 of the National Active and Retired Federal Employees will have its April meeting at noon on the 28th at Macullen’s Restaurant at 1516 Main St. in Lewiston. The program will be presented by Charlotte Ash, who will discuss the services provided by the Snake River Community Clinic. All current and retired federal employees are welcome. More information is available by calling (509) 751-8791.

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A bus will leave the Pautler Senior Center in Clarkston at 3 p.m. May 28 for the Stars on Ice show in Spokane. The cost is $75 and includes transportation, dinner and the show. The bus will return to the Pautler Center about 11:30 p.m. Reservations must be made by May 14th, and no refunds will be given after that date. This is the only time the trip will be offered. There are 45 seats available, and the trip is open to the public. For more information, contact Lorrie at the Pautler Senior Center at (509) 758-4064.

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ď ˇ BENNIE WOLFE Bennie Wolfe of OroďŹ no celebrated his 92 birthday April 1. He was born April 1, 1918, in Glenwood. He mar-

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ď ˇ RAY FREI Ray Frei of Lewiston celebrated his 90th birthday March 28. He was born in Ferdinand March 28, 1920, to Clem and Philomena Frei, the 10th of 15 children. He graduated from Ferdinand High School and then farmed until he enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Forces in 1942. Ray served four years as an airplane mechanic; Howard Hughes was one of the test pilots. Ray was discharged as sergeant in 1946, and he went back to farming. He married Carolyn Jones Morris in 1978. They lived in Grangeville for 17 years before moving to Lewiston. They enjoyed traveling overseas. Now he enjoys watching “Judge Judyâ€? on TV and giving his nephews farming advice.




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 Bill Reece Bill Reece of Lewiston will celebrate his 85th birthday with family April, 4. He was born April 4, 1925, at Cavendish to Lethco J. and Georgia C. Reece. Bill farmed, drove school bus and with his brother, Jim, ran a cow-calf operation. He also drove truck and

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 Hobert Lathrop Hobert Lathrop of Lewiston will celebrate his 89th birthday April 5. He was born April 5, 1921, in Wallowa County, Ore., and moved to the LewisClark Valley in 1954. He reared his two daughters after his wife died in 1971. He retired from april 5 Potlatch in 1984 after 27 years.  Palmer Chase Palmer served in Hobe enjoys reading and the U.S. Navy and watching sports, along with Palmer Chase of Army during World playing cribbage and pinochle Orofino will celeWar II. at the Lewiston Senior Center. brate his 85th birthHe attended He spends his weekends day April 5. He was North Idaho College with his family, playing cards born in Reubens of Education and with his son-in-law, having April 5, 1925, the the University of lunch with his granddaughters third of four sons Idaho, where he and taking long walks with his born to Charles obtained his bachgreat-grandson. Irvin and Agnes elor’s and master’s Joanne Chase. degrees. He retired from When his father became teaching and public school ill, the family moved to the administration in 1988. Lewiston Orchards. Palmer Palmer and his wife, Betty, attended the Old Orchards School and graduated from have two daughters and two Lewiston High School. stepsons. Marriage has no guarantees. If that’s what you’re looking for, go live with a car battery. -- Erma Bombeck It’s sad to grow old but nice to ripen. -- Brigitte Bardot


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When Frank Hoyt isn’t at his job as a semi-retired credit manager for the Lewiston Tribune, the 80 year old is likely on a horse — either hunting, packing or as part of the Nez Perce County Mounted Sheriff’s Posse By Mary Tatko

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Clarkston’s Frank Hoyt has a thousand stories to tell, and there probably are a thousand stories to tell about him, but when it comes to describing the Lewiston Tribune’s 80-yearold credit guru, publisher Nathan Alford can do it in just three words: “Iron cowboy grip.” Alford was a young boy when he sat around the campfire listening to Hoyt tell stories, play the ukulele and sing. Today, Alford is publisher of the newspaper where Hoyt has worked more than 30 years. One thing that hasn’t changed in all that time is Hoyt’s memorable handshake. “My favorite thing about Frank is his grip,” Alford said. “He’s got the grip of a cowboy.”

The Old West When Nathan’s father, semiretired former Tribune publisher A.L. (Butch) Alford Jr., describes Hoyt, it’s as a consummate outdoorsman. “You hear people say ‘That person should have been born in the early days of the West,’ ” Alford said. “Frank fits that in a perfect sense.” A member of the Nez Perce County Mounted Sheriff’s Posse for more than 30 years, Hoyt has — FRANK HOYT been riding horses and handling firearms most of his life. “We were raised on a ranch (near St. Helens, Ore.),” he said. “As soon as you were old enough to lift a gun, you’d start shooting.” He’s ridden hundreds of miles throughout Idaho, Washington and Oregon, including pack trips through the Bob Marshall, Selway-Bitterroot, Gospel Hump and WenahaTucannon wilderness areas with the sheriff’s posse. The posse members make a weeklong pack trip every summer to hone their training and horsemanship skills, Hoyt explained. This year, they’re going to Hoodoo Lake in the Bitterroots. One of his most memorable rides, 140 miles from Lewiston to Walla Walla through the Blue Mountains, was with the

“We were raised on a ranch. As soon as you were old enough to lift a gun, you’d start shooting.”

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Frank Hoyt of Clarkston pauses for a photo with his horse, Paddy, and his weimeraner pal, Spike.

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Frank is flanked by sons Mark (left) and Tom on a successful hunting trip.


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posse. Another was a 30-day trip through New Zealand during a vacation in 1985. Of all the places he’s ridden, Hoyt said his best memories are from Oregon’s Wallowa Mountains. “My kids and I hunted and packed that,” he said. Hoyt has a son and daughter; another son died of cancer as an adult. Butch Alford has accompanied Hoyt on many outings, including a week in the Wallowas when Nathan was a young boy, a trip they all remember well. “Frank taught me the outdoors those early years in the Wallowas,” Nathan Alford said. Hoyt can outfit a horse with a week’s worth of gear for a trip into the mountains as easily as most people fill the trunk of a car, Butch Alford said. “He can pack a horse as well as anybody in the 1850s.” Looking back on their adventures with Hoyt, both Alfords recalled his vast repertoire of jokes, stories and ukulele songs. He’s an incredible trail rider,

horse packer “and a mediocre bartender,” Butch Alford said, laughing. Hoyt points out he’s not the only skilled rider in his family. He shared this story about his wife, Carrie: “Years ago, we had the horses ready for a pack trip into the high Wallowas when Carrie’s mare started bucking. She lashed the mare on all four quarters with her romel (reins). The mare settled down, and quick. I looked at that and have never sassed that lady since.”

Posse Perfect One of the many photographs on Hoyt’s office wall at the Tribune shows him with Carrie and close friends Wayne and Jeanette Schwenne on a pack trip into the Eagle Cap Wilderness Area in the Wallowas. For years, the excursion was an annual event, first with tents, later with campers. Those are some of his fondest memories, Hoyt said. Though the couples haven’t made the trip lately, Hoyt and Schwenne, also 80, still ride together on their own from time

to time and both volunteer with the posse, of which Schwenne has been a member more than 50 years. “Frank has really been an outstanding sheriff’s posse member,” Jeanette Schwenne said. “He always comes up with these things to help out and do. He’s probably one of the best members the posse’s ever had.” Wayne Schwenne praised Hoyt not just for his riding skills, but for his abilities as an organizer. “He promotes things along that ordinarily we would never get done,” Schwenne said. Community projects have been the highlight of his years with the posse, Hoyt said. One weekend last month, for example, a crew of 40 posse members and other volunteers rebuilt the riding arena east of the Nez Perce County Fairgrounds. One of Hoyt’s favorite posse events is Operation Challenge, an annual riding day for disabled children and adults at the Lewiston Roundup Grounds. The group also participates in parades and rodeos throughout the region. This year, its members will be riding at the Pendleton Roundup for the event’s 100th anniversary.

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Frank at his Clarkston home.

(Not Really) Retired Hoyt began working for Tribune Publishing full time in 1978 after spending three years as a consultant traveling from Walla Walla, where he had a credit business. “That’s when I decided to settle down and quit driving,” he said. In the 32 years since, he’s become as close to indispensable as an employee can get. He retired from his credit manager position about 10 years ago, but didn’t stop working for Tribune Publishing. Instead, the company hired him on a contract basis to continue his work part time. “I don’t know if it was because I was doing a good job or they didn’t want to clean this room

out,” Hoyt said, leaning back in his chair and surveying dozens of framed photographs of pack trips, posse members and his weimaraner hunting dog, Spike. Butch Alford would argue it’s the former. “Ever since Frank Hoyt came, we’ve run way below the industry norm on past-due accounts receivable,” he said. Hoyt handles all the advertising accounts for the Tribune and Moscow-Pullman Daily News. “Anyone who gets behind,” Hoyt said. “My job is to keep them fairly current.” Several days a week, he’s in his office at 6:30 a.m., making calls to advertising agencies on the East Coast where business already is under way.

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In an economy like the country has experienced the past couple years, Hoyt said he’s thankful for the “good cash flow and low write-off,” he said is the norm at Tribune Publishing. Even so, he’s been especially

busy lately. “You have to make more deals,” he said of tracking down past-due accounts during a recession. “He establishes a relationship with customers,” Butch Alford said. “He makes it possible for them to continue to do business.” It takes a combination of “the iron fist and the velvet glove,” Hoyt said. “We try to help them

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if it can be done.” It’s a job he hopes to do for at least a couple more years. “It’s been a wonderful place to work,” he said.

Old Time Religion In March, Hoyt traveled to St. Helens to attend a memorial service for his mother, Mary, who died in December at 102. She lived a good, long life, so the gathering wasn’t an entirely sad occasion, but it got Hoyt thinking. “I probably should spend some time in church,” he said. “But I probably won’t.” Raised an Episcopalian, he Tribune/Steve Hanks finds spirituality elsewhere today. Frank adjusts Paddy’s bridle. To him, Hoyt said, religion is “It makes you appreciate being on a horse 8,000 feet up on wilderness, maybe with a mounjust being alive,” he said. a pass overlooking an expanse of tain lake or stream in view.

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The Rose In memory of Tom Baskin There is a place along the roadside in Lewiston, Idaho. It’s a place where briars and thistles grow very tall, and in the middle of it all there is a single red rose. It can be seen by all who pass by, and they say, “Look at the beautiful red rose and how tall it is. How did it get in the middle of the briars and thistles?” It is unreachable by all those who pass by. They all stand in awe of the most beautiful red rose. — Yvonne Carrie, Lewiston

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april 6  Elmo R. Richardson Elmo R. Richardson of Moscow will celebrate his 80th birthday April 6. He was born in Chicago April 6, 1930, and moved west in the 1950s, camping in Colorado on his way to California, where he took a Ph.D. in history at UCLA. He then taught at sev-

eral universities, including Washington State University in the 1960s, and wrote six books on environmental politics. He retired 10 years ago. Elmo enjoyed sailing a small boat on Priest Lake and painting landscapes and portraits. He enjoys walks with his dog, Tory.

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 Warren (Smitty) Smith Warren (Smitty) Smith will celebrate his 85th birthday from 1 to 4 p.m. April 11, at Sunset Heights home park at 2115 Sixth Ave., Clarkston, at the recreation center, No. 84. His family will serve as hosts for the event, and they ask for no gifts, please. Smitty was born April 7, 1925, in Lewiston, but he has lived all his life in Clarkston, except for the three years he spent in the Navy dur-


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 Aretha Chilton Aretha Chilton of Orofino will celebrate her 97th birthday April 8. She was born April 8, 1913, at Harrisburg, near Kamiah, and graduated from Kamiah High School. She then attended the University of Idaho and then taught school for 10 years. Aretha moved to Orofino in 1935 and

married Lee Chilton in 1939. They reared three children. Aretha worked in the Orofino Library from 1957 to 1960, and then she worked for the Clearwater National Forest as a personnel assistant from 1960 until her retirement in 1975. She is a retired senior volunteer and hospice volunteer. She enjoys many hobbies and crafts.

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 ELVA MORRISON Elva Morrison will celebrate her 100th birthday with an open house from 2 to 4 p.m. April 15 in the day room at Clarkston Care Center. She was born April 15, 1910, 13 miles east of Pomeroy to Robert L. and Lila M. Wilson Howell. In 1919, her family moved to Clarkston, and she graduated from Clarkston High School in 1929. In 1923 or 1924, she and a friend took an airplane ride over the valley; the pilot scared them to death by flying under the old bridge



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April 16  Theresa Sonnen Theresa Sonnen will celebrate her 80th birthday April 20. She was born April 20, 1930, in Keuterville to Herman and Mary Uptmor. She attended high school at

 Evabelle Heuett Evabelle Heuett will celebrate her 75th birthday April 16. She was born April 16, 1935, to Wilbur and Belle Watson at their ranch four miles north of Craigmont. She began her education in 1940 at the Hart School near her home and graduated from Craigmont High School in 1952. She lives with her husband Jack near Culdesac. They have one son and one grandson.

St. Gertrude’s Academy in Cottonwood and later graduated from Kinman Business University in Spokane. She then moved back to Cottonwood and worked at First National Bank.

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april 19  Marjorie Eldridge Marjorie Eldridge of Lewiston will celebrate her 89th birthday April 19th with family. She was born April 19th, 1921. She married Elmo Eldridge in 1940, and they will celebrate 70 years together in June. They lived in Kendrick

for 67 years, and reared three children. A daughter later died. In addition to their two children, Marjorie and Elmo have eight grandchildren and nine greatgrandchildren. Marjorie worked at Farmers Bank, now Wells Fargo, for 26 years, retiring in 1981.

 Siegrid E. MacDonald Siegrid E. MacDonald will celebrate her 75th birthday April 21. She was born April 21, 1935, in Ulm, Germany, and attended high school and college in Germany. She met her husband, Rodger, who was with the

Gertrude married Richard Schmidt in 1943, and they reared three daughters. They ranched in Kamiah, and in 1952 bought 13 acres in the Clemans Addition in Clarkston. Richard died in

1987. In addition to her daughters, Gertrude has six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

military police, in 1958, and they married in 1959. Siegrid moved to Lewiston in 1960 to join Rodger, who was a Lewiston Police officer. Siegrid worked for the North Idaho Children’s Home for more than eight years, and she worked seven years at the Nez Perce County

Courthouse. She managed Andrews Hallmark for 17 years and retired in 1998. Siegrid enjoys nature, traveling, music, reading and photography, as well as her monthly Red Hat Society meetings and playing dominoes with her friends. She and Rodger have two children, four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. A grandson died in 2003.

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 Grace Eldred Grace Eldred will celebrate her 85th birthday April 22. She was born April 22, 1925, in Fargo N.D. She married James Eldred in 1945 in Plentywood, Mont. Grace and James reared seven children. James died in 1988. Grace retired from the Idaho State Liquor Store in 1995. In addition to her children, she has 18 grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren. She enjoys being with her family and dancing and dining with her friend Carlos.

 Mary Perata Mary Perata of Orofino will celebrate her 74th birthday April 23. She was born in Norman, Okla., April 23, 1936, one of four children. Mary was active in the Methodist Church.

april 20  Gertrude Schmidt Gertrude Schmidt will celebrate her 88th birthday April 20. She was born April 20, 1922, in Fort Benton, Mont., to Fred and Christina Funke. She grew up with eight brothers and sisters on the family ranch in Cottonwood. She graduated from Cottonwood High School.

Theresa married Everett Sonnen of Greencreek in 1951. They moved to Cottonwood, where they still live. She enjoys traveling, camping, pinochle and bridge. Theresa and Everett have five children, 11 grandchildren, three step-grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and nine step-great-grandchildren.

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april 23  Elmo Eldridge Elmo Eldridge of Lewiston will celebrate his 90th birthday April 23 with family. He was born April 23, 1920, and worked for the Burlington Northern Railroad at Kendrick for 41½ years, retiring in 1980. He married Marjorie in 1940. They have two children, eight grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. A daughter died previously.

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