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Guests can also play a round of golf at the Port Ludlow Golf Course, designed by distinguished golf course architect Robert Muir Graves and experience a challenging, yet rewarding, round with incredible views of Ludlow Bay and the Olympic and Cascade Mountains.Just outside Washington, DC, lies Loudoun, Virginia, where thousands of horses wander the countryside, sharing the rural landscape with vineyards and historic estates.Today, the wine and equine worlds are intertwined, providing an unparalleled visitor experience, with 40 wineries offering Virginia varietals and an engaging equestrian scene.Enjoy the thrill of a steeplechase, learn to play polo, get an insiders look at luxurious horse farms during the annual Stable Tour, and attend the Upperville Horse Showthe nations oldest, dating back to 1853.Saturday, November 20, 2004, at Evans Funeral Chapel in Anacortes, with a reception to follow at the Seafarer's Memorial building in Anacortes. 10, 2004 Port Angeles resident Helen Oleta Baggett died at age 94.Arrangements are in the care of Evans Funeral Chapel and Crematory, Anacortes, Washington. She was born in Lucas, Kan., to Chester Fred and Matilda (Harris) Barr. She married Oscar John Baggett in San Benito, Texas, on July 11, 1937. Baggett's early jobs was that of telephone operator who asked callers, ``Number, please.'' She lived in Texas before moving to Port Angeles in 1989.
Survivors include daughter Shirley Stenger of Port Angeles; stepdaughter Mildred Pleasants of Marietta, Ga., and stepson J. Baggett of Atlanta; five grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren. Drennan-Ford Funeral Home, Port Angeles, is in charge of arrangements.Here, where storied towns and stacked stone fences line unpaved roads, Loudoun preserves a simpler time and provides a glimpse into Americas past.Long before it became known as DCs Wine Country and a premier East Coast wine destination, Loudoun was known as the horse-and-hunt capital of Virginia. He was preceded in death by sisters Margorie Dill and Laura Timbes. 21, 10 a.m., memorial in Trinity United Methodist Church, 100 S. He was preceded in death by brother Tom Welch and sister Mary Frances Welch. Kosec Funeral Home, Port Townsend, is in charge of burial. 16, 2004 Port Angeles resident Ranae Fay Brandt Telios died at age 45 of complications following knee surgery. After moving to Seattle, he worked in many locations and many positions for Mullins Construction, including camp manager, road grader or bulldozer, and rock selector. Mottner belonged to American Legion, Elks Lodge, Community Aid and Trinity United Methodist Church. Survivors include son and daughter-in-law Richard and Cheryl Mottner of South Beach, Ore.; son Roy Mottner of Boulder City, Nev.; five grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren; sister Valla Hage of Port Orchard; and companion Donna Tidrick and her family. Miller Woodlawn Memorial Park, Bremerton, was in charge of cremation. In addition to his wife and son, Don, both of Port Angeles, survivors include son Michael Oliver of Salem, Ore.; father of Perris, Calif.; and eight grandchildren. Memorials: Make-A-Wish Foundation, 107 Cherry St., Suite 305, Seattle, WA 98104. He was born in Corsicana, Texas, to Edmund Harrison and Florence (Braley) Welch. He married Maxine Eloise Leavell in Reno, Nev., on May 19, 1975. Welch's survivors include son Michael Saffer of Big Pine Key, Fla.; daughter Cynthia Sexton of Puyallup; three grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.