A10 News wallowa.com November 18, 2015 Wallowa County Chieftain Deep snow leaves hunting party marooned 100 YEARS AGO Nov. 18, 1915 OUT OF THE PAST The old White Front livery barn on River street north of the hotel has about ended its career as a stable. T.C. Bun- nel has contracted to buy the property of S.L. Burnaugh Jr. and expects to remodel the building and transform it into an up-to-date machine shop. From 4:20 o’clock Tues- day afternoon until 1 o’clock Wednesday morning, Charles C. Colgate was pinned in the bottom of a well on John T. Trainor’s ranch on Ant Flat. The well caved in while Mr. Colgate was cleaning it and he was caught between timbers of the wooden crib- bing. Thirty or more men worked to save him and at last brought him to the sur- face painfully bruised but ap- parently without any serious injury. Business houses of En- terprise are arranging for the installation of a dozen West- ern Union clocks about town, to give the correct time at all hours. The clocks are rented of the telegraph company which keeps them running and corrects them every hour. A telegraph wire will be run up town to each clock, and the correct time will come over this hourly from the government naval obser- vatory at San Francisco. Compiled by Cheryl Jenkins 70 YEARS AGO Nov. 15, 1945 Five camps of elk hunters are marooned by deep snow between Troy and Tollgate where they have been since the opening of elk season. The snow is reported to be about a foot and a half deep on the level but with drifts much deeper. Consideration was being given to the idea of dropping provisions to them by airplane yesterday. The milk pasteurizing plant recently constructed by August Staub is now in oper- ation with approximately 650 quarts of milk being delivered daily to local dealers. An in- spection of the plant shows a FOHDQDQGKLJKO\HI¿FLHQWRS- eration. Chieftain archives The Riverview Dairy between Enterprise and Joseph in 1914. UHQGHULQJ¿UVWDLGEXWLWZDV ¿YH KRXUV IURP WKH VKRRWLQJ before Bertagnolli reached the hospital. 50 YEARS AGO Photo caption: Dr. Don Nov. 18, 1965 Van Maren and Dr. Doug Jerry Roy Bertagnolli, 24, Miller appear nonchalant as of Grants Pass is a patient in Jim Trullinger attempts to the Wallowa Memorial Hos- ¿QHWKHPDW7XHVGD\¶V/LRQV¶ pital suffering from a bullet Club meeting. Trullinger, the wound in the leg. He was Tailtwister of the organiza- VKRW E\ DQ XQLGHQWL¿HG HON WLRQKDVWKHMRERI¿QLQJDOO hunter about 2 or 3 miles up members who are out of line Mahogany creek from the in the slightest. He usually Imnaha River. Fellow hunters ¿QGV LW QHFHVVDU\ WR EHFRPH assisted the wounded man, quite boisterous. The Joseph Garden Club carrying him to the road and met at the home of Mrs. Hat- tie Beaudoin Nov 5 for their annual herb luncheon with 31 adults and 1 child present. A new potluck dinner was enjoyed. It’s the way to relax. We have coloring books! Dispatch log Nov. 9 T HE B OOKLOFT Across from the courthouse in Enterprise 107 E. Main • 541.426.3351 always open at www.bookloftoregon.com • firstname.lastname@example.org k e e W e th f o t n e tud S Ashley Wilson Wallowa High School Ashley Wilson is a freshman at Wallowa High School. She is the daughter of Ian and Heidi Wilson. Ashley strives for excellence with her academics which is demonstrated through her 3.89 cumulative GPA. Ashley takes on leadership responsi- bilities both through her involvement with the student body government and FFA activities. She also contributes to our sports success as a volleyball player. Most notable about Ashley is her attitude and character. She always gives her best and is kind and sincere person. 3:44 p.m.: Border collie on Hwy 82, Joseph 5:25 p.m.: Cattle loose on Whiskey Creek Road Nov. 10 8:23 a.m.: Loose cattle in rural Enterprise 9:52 a.m.: 911 call dropped; QRQLQMXU\WUDI¿FDFFLGHQW 4:54 p.m.: Wolf depredation FRQWDFW6KHULII¶V2I¿FH 5:47 p.m.: 911 call for public assist in Enterprise Nov. 11 Midnight: 911 call for public assist in rural Wallowa 11:56 a.m.: Report of wolf depredation in rural Wallowa 9:18 p.m.: 911 report of stolen Time for a Computer Tuneup? The Student of the Week is chosen for academic achievement and community involvement. Students are selected by the administrators of their respective schools. Spyware Removal & More 541-426-0108 110 W. Main Enterprise ELECTRICAL & WATER SYSTEM CONTRACTOR CCB#187543 EC# 32-14C ELECTRICAL & PLUMBING SUPPLIES • PUMPS IRRIGATION • HARDWARE • APPLIANCE PARTS 208 S. RIVER ST. • ENTERPRISE, OR www.jbbane.com 541-426-3344 Helen Alcorn played the or- gan and after dinner the group sang. Ruth DuyBois made a motion that the Garden Club and the Women’s Club hold a joint Christmas meeting at the home of Bess Walker, the motion carried. Gifts were not to exceed $1.00. 25 YEARS AGO Nov. 15, 1990 Fire swept by wind gusts in excess of 50 mph on Tues- day destroyed more than 450 tons of baled hay and straw and threated buildings on two area farms before it was con- WDLQHG E\ ¿UHPHQ IURP (Q- terprise and Joseph. It took DERXW¿UHPHQDQGWKH2U- FOR THE RECORD vehicle in Enterprise Nov. 12 7:05 a.m.: One-vehicle acci- dent on Road 39, rural Joseph 1:46 p.m.: Assault reported in Wallowa 3:16 p.m.: Abandoned vehicle reported in Enterprise 3:28 p.m.: Report of missing person in Enterprise; located 5:13 p.m.: Rock slide re- ported on Sheep Creek; ODOT advised 6:01 p.m.: Statewide felony warrant entered for Brian Keith Bennett, 40, of Joseph Nov. 13 12:05 a.m.: John Jeremiah Clark, 34, of Pendleton arrested by Umatilla County Jail staff on Wallowa County warrant for probation violation 11:28 a.m.: 911 call request- ing medical assistance for two people injured in horse accident in rural Wallowa 5:47 p.m.: Enterprise police arrested Logan Rodney Girrard, 32, of Enterprise for stalking; egon Dept. of Forestry about WZRKRXUVWRFRQWDLQWKH¿UH that burned over 250 acres of grain stubble and threated buildings on the S.W. “Cub” Begley and B.W. James farms located along the Hurricane Creek highway between En- terprise and Joseph. A 33-year-old elk hunter from Nyssa was accidentally shot in the thigh by his broth- er in the Monument Ridge area of the Snake River unit near Bald Knob Saturday afternoon. The mishap took place about 3:30 p.m. but Paul Kesler didn’t arrive at Wallowa Memorial Hospital until after midnight because of the ruggedness of the area DQG GLI¿FXOW\ LQ UHPRYLQJ him from the scene. Joseph High School will present “The Diary of Anne Frank” this week in the school multi-purpose room. Cast members are: Joe Nel- son, Jenni Blanchet, Leigh Latta, Heather Naughton, Leah Salmon, Rebecca Mill- er, Leann Joss, Danyiel Cart- wright, Chloe Roberts and Joni Kinsley. Members of the Wallowa High School 1990 home- coming court: Queen Chan- dra Prince and King Shawn Young, Princess Tara Locken and escort Cory Eagan, Prin- cess Anne VanDall and escort Seth Jensen, and Princess Lisa Bauck and escort Daniel Lopez. transported to Union County Jail SP&RPSODLQWRIULÀH VFRSHDQGULÀHFDVHVWROHQIURP elk camp in rural Enterprise 7:14 p.m.: Fire reported in rural Joseph Application period for Blue Mountains jobs approaching Nov. 14 10:09 a.m.: Dead cow found in rural Lostine 4:03 p.m.: Domestic reported in Enterprise; verbal only SP(QWHUSULVH¿UHDQG SROLFHUHVSRQGHGWRUHSRUWRI¿UH in rural Enterprise; turned out to be controlled burn 11:57 p.m.: Report of prowler in Enterprise Nov. 15 12:59 a.m.: Citations issued for possession of less than an ounce of marijuana and minor in possession of tobacco in Enterprise 2:09 a.m.: Disturbance call in Joseph 8:51 a.m.: Collie found in Joseph; reunited with owner 5:05 p.m.: Two palomino horses reported missing in Joseph 5:12 p.m.: Report of injured deer in rural Enterprise Wallowa County Chieftain Anyone interested in sum- mer work in the Blue Mountains must submit an online applica- tion at www.usajobs.gov during the eight-day period from Nov. 30 to Dec. 7. Applicants are encouraged WR FUHDWH WKHLU 86$MREV SUR¿OH now to begin developing their application and compiling the required documentation. Positions are available in D QXPEHU RI ¿HOGV LQFOXGLQJ ZLOGODQG ¿UH¿JKWLQJ GLVSDWFK timber, silviculture, developed recreation, trails, botany, wild- life. Position descriptions, duty locations, grade levels and hir- ing manager contact informa- tion for the 2016 temporary positions are posted on the Wal- lowa-Whitman National For- est’s website at: www.fs.usda. gov/goto/Wallowa-Whitman- Employment. Duty locations may include GLVWULFWRI¿FHVLQ%DNHU&LW\/D Grande, Joseph and Enterprise, as well as several remote guard stations and lookouts scattered throughout the forest. Additional information and resources for potential Forest Service job applicants, includ- ing reference links on how to apply, application and outreach VLWHVDQGEHQH¿WVDUHDYDLODEOH at: www.fs.fed.us/fsjobs. Thank You! wallowa.com No matter what your business is, the Wallowa County Chieftain has the audience you need! We have many options to market your business in an affordable and effective manner. Call Jennifer Powell today! 541-426-4567 (office) or email email@example.com The Joseph, Wallowa, Lostine, and Enterprise Fire Departments would like to thank the community for their support in our Annual Food Drive. We would like to thank Troy Burgland of Mt Joseph Family Foods and Mike Goss from The Dollar Stretcher for hosting this event. We would also like to thank KWVR Radio, The Chieftain and The Observer for advertising this event, as well as Hayes Printing and Graphics. The support of the community is what makes this county a special place to live and work.