I will let Bill or Arlen name this group, even though I know most of them. Oh yes, my husband, the show off........I wish he was here so I could ask him what possessed him to foul up the photo........
Charlott on 27th August 2018 @ 7:08am
Oh Charlott, he did not foul it up, are you talking top row, left.....? A little 'ham' is a good thing....!
James on 27th August 2018 @ 8:04am
This is probably one of the most tranquil moments this scout group ever had.
Bill Seaton on 27th August 2018 @ 9:08am
Dick was "possessed" with a special sense of humor/trouble. I will never forget being decked (laid out) by a block from him as I was not paying attention on the football field...."you should have seen me coming". Not sure if anyone advanced any rank in this Explorer Scout troop but Harvey gave us some great outings and experiences.....will also never forget Dennis Paddock and the Dinty Moore cans of stew he packed up the Eagle Creek Trail......GREAT memories....thanks for posting Arthur.
Arlen Sheldrake on 27th August 2018 @ 9:09am
Front row: Bill Seaton, Ron Holloway, Gary Palmer (?), Eddie Holloway, Dwayne Goodwin (?), Steve Wilcox. Back Row: Dick Jones, Tom Barney, Gary Weber, Dennis Paddock, Harvey Cardwell, Arlen Sheldrake, Gale Ordway, Gary Samuel, Terry Glaze.
Norma on 27th August 2018 @ 9:13am
Good job Norma, I couldn't remember Gary Palmer. And I might add, we all used to call Dwayne Goodwin by his nickname, "Spike".
Bill Seaton on 27th August 2018 @ 11:14am
Yes Arlen, his daughter "possesses" that same special sense of humor/trouble. Oh yes, I have heard the Dinty Moore story more than once. Also, Harvey falling on Mt. Hood.
Agree, it would have been a special leader to keep this group under any type of control.
Hopefully they learned a few life skills from the experience.....
Charlott on 27th August 2018 @ 1:24pm
He didn't foul up the photo Charlott. He is just saying, "remember me?"
Sorry for your early loss Charlott, but thankfully we live in a time when there are photographs to help our memories.
I recently lost my mother, who had suffered from dementia for 15 years. As we were gathering photos for her service, I realized I had forgotten what she looked like back when she smiled and laughed. It was good to see those photos and remember better times.
I thought of the many generation before the time of photography who had nothing to look at to remember those they had lost.
L.E. on 27th August 2018 @ 9:15pm
Norma: How was Eddie Holloway and Ron Holloway related. Were they first cousins?
Charlott on 28th August 2018 @ 7:01am
If I remember they were uncle and nephew. Could be wrong.
Norma on 28th August 2018 @ 9:11am
As I remember it, Eddie was a half-brother to Ron's father.
Bill Seaton on 28th August 2018 @ 1:07pm
Charlott, I agree, Harvey was a special person...not sure how he kept us mostly out of trouble but he did.
Arlen Sheldrake on 28th August 2018 @ 9:30pm
Yes, Ron's dad Hap was Eddie's much older half brother. Ron and his wife Mary Ann life in Hood River; Eddie died in a car accident many years ago. H
Susan Baldwin on 13th September 2018 @ 6:47pm