Wallowa County chieftain. (Enterprise, Wallowa County, Or.) 1943-current, July 01, 2015, Image 10

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July 1, 2015
Stephens gets a favorable bounce
bounce and roll over the hard surface
of fescue grasses invariably ending up
in the rough or bunker. Chuck Haines
“That’s the way the ball bounces”
and son Mark (of Port Angeles) ob-
— an old cliché that proved true for
served live play from the gallery
Brad Stephens, who, while playing his
stands, as did Terry and Cheri Lamb
game, watched his shaky second shot sand trap there is no joy in golfville. and Tim and Laurie Testerman. “It’s
take a miraculous bounce over Trout The player is now looking at a one- a uniquely beautiful course,” Cheri
Creek onto the seventh green, allow- stroke penalty, an iffy bunker shot and stated. “Security was tight, and there
ing him to make a one-putt for a birdie. a bogey to boot. Isn’t golf fun!
was less access to individual holes,
For those who watched television but even though it was not spectator
IRXUKROHWKDQDSDUWKUHHņLVDVFRUH play of the US Open at Chambers friendly we were excited to rub elbows
of one under par which is a feather in Bay in University Place, Wash., you even at a distance.”
any golfer’s cap.
had to wonder if the pros were having
good bounce, but when the ball bounc- with the most skillfully placed shots, ers represented Alpine Meadows, and
es in the creek, out of bounds or into a frustrated players watched their ball they rode over and back comfortably
By Rochelle Danielson
For the Chieftain
“Cadillac style.” Ray Harmon shot an
82 gross, and won points with a net 70.
Carol Marr, Judy Ables, Sherri
Currie and Cheri Lamb traveled to La
Grande Ladies Invitational. The la-
dies were evasive when asked about
scores. “It was an experience,” the
foursome chimed.
Men’s Day Blind Partner winners:
Ashley Prince and Dean Duquette,
141. Skins Winners: Jim Kilgore, Ter-
ry Lamb, Buck Beier, Ashley Prince
and Harlan Menton.
Remember, no matter how the ball
bounces there’s something about the
game of golf that keeps you coming
FAIR: 4-H teams compete in domestic skills
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Jr. Second, Kaesie Williams – Better
Breakfast; Jr. First, Devin Schreiber –
Microwave; Int. Second – Deidre Sch-
reiber – Microwave; Int. First, Saman-
tha Durning-Starner – Mini Meal.
Top member using beef, award by Wal-
lowa County Stock Growers: Kaesie
Judge’s Choice awards: Best Junior
Cook award from Hurricane Creek
Grange GWA, Kaesie Williams: Best
Int. Cook award from the Bookloft,
Deidre Schreiber.
Presentation Awards:
Junior Individual Illustrated Talk: Re-
serve Champ., Libby Fisher; Champ.
and winner of plaque sponsored by
Wallowa County Fair Board, Bailey
Junior Team Illustrated Talk: Reserve
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Champ., Gracie Ellis and Kaesie Wil-
liams; Champ. team and winner of
plaques sponsored by John and Eileen
Williams, Ryder Goller and Willie Gibbs.
Junior Individual Demonstration: Re-
serve Champ., Madison Jeffreys;
Champ. and winner of a plaque spon-
sored by Wallowa County Fairboard,
Chance Arbogast.
Junior Team Demonstration Talk: Re-
serve Champ., Rosie Movich-Fields
and Addie Royce; Champ. and winner
of plaques sponsored by John and Ei-
leen Williams, Caden Fent and Cody
Int. Presentations: Int. Individual Illus-
trated Talk Reserve Champ., Maddi
Tracy; Champ. and winner of a plaque
sponsored by Larry and Irene Wells,
Brianna Micka.
Int. Team Illustrated Talk: Champ. Team
and winner of plaques sponsored by Dr.
Gary Underhill, Bethany Anderson and
Kalie Melville.
Int. Individual Demonstration Reserve
Champ., Sidney Stonebrink; Champ.
and winner of plaque sponsored by Lar-
ry and Ilene Wells, Cole Gomes.
Intermediate Team Demonstration
Champ. and winner of plaques spon-
sored by Dr. Gary Underhill, Lexi Gas-
sett and Madison McDowell.
Senior Individual Illustrated Talk Re-
serve Champ., Jakob Hoffman; Champ.
and winner of a plaque sponsored by
Wheatland Insurance, Taylor Grote;
Champ. Team and winner of the Larry
and Tami Wightman prize, Anna Rine-
hart and Gabrielle Wells.
Public Speaking Contest:
Jr. Champ., Johanna Wells; Int. Re-
serve, Georgia Falk; Int. Champ.,
Deidre Schreiber; Sr. Reserve, Sarah
Aschenbrenner; Sr. Champ., Anna
Impromptu Speaking:
Jr. Champ., Willie Gibbs; Int. Reserve
Champ., Cole Gomes; Int. Champ., Sa-
mantha Durning-Starner; Sr. Reserve
Champ., Sarah Aschenbrenner; Sr.
Champ., Ashley Durning-Starner.
The top two presentations emphasizing
dairy foods or dairy cattle receive cash
awards sponsored by the Oregon Dairy
Women. Josi Coggins won First in the
Junior Division.
Participants qualifying for State Fair in
Intermediate Presentations are: Brian-
na Micka, Maddi Tracy, Ella Anderson,
Timmy Wells, Cole Gomes, Sidney
Stonebrink and the Int. Team of Betha-
ny Anderson, Kaylie Melville, Lexi Gas-
sett and Madison McDowell.
Participants qualifying for State Fair in
Senior Presentations are: Taylor Grote,
Jakob Hoffman, and the Senior Team of
Anna Rinehart and Gabrielle Wells.
4uali¿ers in Speaking are: Deidre
Schrieber, Georgia Falk, Jakob Falk,
Anna Rinehart and Sarah Aschenbren-
4uali¿ers in Impromptu are: Samantha
Durning-Starner, Cole Gomes, Georgia
Falk, Anna Moholt, Sarah Aschenbren-
ner, and Ashley Durning-Starner.
Participants who quali¿ed to do presen-
tations at Horse Classics include: Bri-
anna Micka, Chance Arbogast, Taylor
Grote, Maddi Tracy, Deidre Schreiber,
Sarah Aschenbrenner and the team of
Lexi Gassett and Madison McDowell.
The High Point Bare Bow Archer and
winner of a trophy sponsored by Stan-
gel Industries is Ruben Hunt.
The High Point Compound Archer is
Andrew Matthews.
The Most Improved Archer and winner
of a trophy sponsored by South Fork
Grange is Ellyse Tinglestad.
Tournament results for the day of the
fair: Jr. Champ. Compound, Kaden
Casper; Int. Champ. Compound, Cole
Gomes; Jr. Champ. Barebow, Chance
Arbogast; Jr. Reserve Champ. Bare-
bow, Trace Evans.
RODEO: Crowd turns out despite threat of rain
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The contest ended up
down to the wire, with Quail
Run Ranch just edging out
Marr Flatt Cattle Company for
the title. No team had a reason
Compassionate | Convenient | Confidential
to hang their heads.
The teams with the top
four aggregate scores received
checks for their efforts, with
belt buckles as well. Winners
in respective events received
for second place.
The evening’s events were
capped off with a well-at-
tended dance in the Thunder
Room with live music provid-
ed by the band “Skyline.”
CJD Ranch Rodeo Results:
The Destination for All Your
Outdoor Summer Needs!
Cattle Co. 2. Yost Ranch.
Team Sorting: 1. Botts Ranch.
2. YMC Ranch.
Team Doctoring: 1. Quail Run
Ranch. 2. YJ Ranch.
Team Roping: 1. Yost Ranch; 2.
Quail Run Ranch.
Team Average: 1. Quail Run
Ranch; 2. Marr Flatt Cattle Co.
3. Yost Ranch. 4. Botts Ranch.
Ladies Steer Roping: 1. Anna
Grandi. 2. Megan Cobb.
Bronc Riding: 1. Lucas Staigle.
2. Matthew Staigle.
Jim Probert Top Hand Award:
Mel Coleman.
Best Cowgirl: Adele Nash.
Team Branding: 1. Marr Flat
Wallowa County
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Wallowa County Chieftain
talk trash
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“Traditionally vehicles are
low-budget, and made from
found items,” Berry said. “But
I’m putting a challenge out
there for more competitors to
come forward with cars of ev-
ery kind.”
The popular derby is de-
signed to function like the tra-
ditional Boy Scouts Soap Box
Derby in that “it’s a family
project, idea,” Berry said. It’s
evolved into more of a “com-
munity project” tradition. But
that’s good, too.
There are rules to the
Bowlby Bash Derby, of
course. All cars must be pow-
ered by gravity only; all cars
must have adequate brakes;
all cars must have adequate
steering, all drivers must wear
safety helmets, cars and driv-
ers must pass a safety inspec-
tion before the race, and all
cars must be built by hand and
cost no more than $250.
Creative/Artistic entries
can have some pretty creative
braking systems — you’re al-
lowed to have a person with a
rope tethered to a car for brak-
ing in that division. Speedster
cars, however, must be able
to brake and stop without a
There is a category for
two-wheelers. Could unicy-
cles be the next category?
Mayor’s derby cars may be
entered in either category and
the rules say “the competition
between towns they represent
could be celebrated by cre-
ative design or ‘swift athletic
ing for prowess. What is Joseph
going for?
You can build a car and race
it or you can sponsor a car for
just $100. Forms required to do
either can be picked up at the
Wild Carrot, 114 West Main
The cars will line up by the
Courthouse Gazebo for a Show
and Shine on Main Street from
10 a.m. to noon, when the cars
will parade to the west end of the
street fair and back to the start-
terprise High School parking lot.
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Arts & Crafts • Soap Box Derby • Walking Tours
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For more info: Contact Sondra at 541-263-0104
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