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JUNE 24, 2010

Where have all our children gone?

   This week’s Mystery Children are sisters playing with their dog in front of the garden fence. One gal sports a new perm and little sister still has straight hair. The big barn behind the girls was built by their father in the late 1800s.

   Both girls went to school in Grangemont and both graduated from Orofino High School.

   Can you guess this week’s Mystery Children?

   Last week’s Mystery Child was Chad Eck. Chad attended/ graduated from the University of Colorado and Portland Community College. He now lives in Bend, OR, with his wife and two children. He keeps fixed and rotor wing aircraft flying for Leading Edge Aviation in Bend.

   Bob McKnight was the first person to identify Chad and has known him since he was the age he was in the photograph. Piper Hope, his sister in law, emailed to identify Chad. Julia Irby was the third person to submit a guess.

   Last week’s Mystery Child was Chad Eck. Chad attended/ graduated from the University of Colorado and Portland Community College. He now lives in Bend, OR, with his wife and two children. He keeps fixed and rotor wing aircraft flying for Leading Edge Aviation in Bend.

   Bob McKnight was the first person to identify Chad and has known him since he was the age he was in the photograph. Piper Hope, his sister in law, emailed to identify Chad. Julia Irby was the third person to submit a guess.

   Please mail photos for future Mystery Child columns to Clearwater Tribune, P.O. Box 71, Orofino, ID, 83544 or deliver your picture in person to our office on 161 Main St., or you may send them via email to cleartrib@cebridge.net.

   Remember to include childhood clues to share with readers the week the photo is to appear and reveal information for the week to follow, such as what the person does now, where they presently reside, who they are married to, number of children and grandchildren, hobbies, etc.