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1950 or later - Dates unknown
Summers in Midvale
I cannot believe that I actually found Midvale Idaho online!!! My name is Debi Sycks. I was related to Granny Hazel Wiggins. That's was My Grandma, and my mother is Betty Ann Welch Fisher. I used to go to Midvale every summer and spend a lot of fun times there. I remember fond memories of Midvale. I remember when my Uncle Lee and Aunt Beaulah was alive, that was great times. I bet that Midvale hasn't changed a bit. It sounds like the town has gotten smaller... Someday when I go visit my Uncle Kermit Wiggins in Cambrige, I will stop by and see who's still living there.
Submitted by: Debi Ann Sycks
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