"As Daddy whirled and dashed to the front of the building, he saw an Oregon State Police car pulling up to the entrance. By the time Daddy got outside, that dark blue car was gone. Mother, who had been sitting right there in the truck, looked at Daddy in surprise when he asked her where the police car had gone. She had not seen it. Just one dead end road went by the saloon, and it ran between the river and a rock wall. There was no place for that car to have gone..."
Evelyn Wagner also wrote Forward, Patti and the Briefcase, and Patti's Journey in Faith.
Evelyn Wagner, daughter of Otto and Marjorie Mitchell, and author of Patti and the Briefcase, Patti's Journey in Faith, and I Will Lift up My Eyes, lives with her husband Delmer in the Rogue River, Oregon, area. She and her husband are founders of the Better Life Television station in Grants Pass and active members of the Grants Pass Seventh-day Adventist Church. They have two children Ed Wagner and Judy Blair, five grandchildren and one great-grandchild. About the Illustrator: Letha Mitchell was born in Cedaredge, Colorado, and now lives in Myrtle Creek, Oregon. She is a professional free lance artist and art intructor. She taught adult education for Umpqua Community College for many years and is now teaching privately. Letha met and married Robert Otto Mitchel in 1999. He has since passed away, but Letha remains part of the family. Though she never met Otto and Marjorie, because of the many stories she has heard from family and friends, she feels as if she knew them.
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