Wallowa County chieftain. (Enterprise, Wallowa County, Or.) 1943-current, November 25, 2015, Page A7, Image 7

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    Wallowa County Chieftain
November 25, 2015
Dispatch log
4:07 p.m.: Report of possible
intoxicated driver in Lostine.
6:34 p.m.: Female yellow lab/
husky mix reported lost in rural
Joseph owner located.
Nov. 16
Nov. 21
6:24 p.m.: Sheriff’s deputies
arrested Brian Keith Bennett, 40,
of Seaside on a Wallowa County
Community Corrections detention
warrant for a probation violation.
Transported to Union County Jail.
9:31 p.m.: Report of assault in
12:31 p.m.: 911 call for hunters
stuck in snow on the 39 road.
4:18 p.m.: Domestic call in
4:57 p.m.: Firearms complaint
in rural Wallowa.
6:52: p.m.: Report of pe-
destrian on Hwy 82 outside of
7:20 p.m.: 911 hang-up
subject located and assisted to
Nov. 17
Chieftain archives
“This is the group that ate the Thanksgiving dinner at Chapman Schoolhouse. Mrs. Elmer requested me to send one.” - Mrs.
Chris Johnson, Wallowa (Date unknown)
16” slab wood for $2.50 a cord
Nov. 25, 1915
The banquet of all ban-
quets given since Enterprise
was settled took place Sat-
urday night in celebration of
the completion of the sawmill
of the East Oregon Lumber
company. The next day the
the mill in the presence of
Duval Jackson, I.H. Fetty, H.
Lee Carlton, Superintendent
J.H. Pollitt and others of the
company’s staff and a large
gathering of town people.
The schedule for the mill
whistle, a novelty still in the
community, is as follows: 5am
– one long blast. 6:15am –
two short blasts. 6:30am – one
long blast, mill starts. 12pm
– one long blast, mill stops.
12:45pm – one long blast,
mill starts. 4:45pm – one long
blast, mill stops. The prima-
ry purpose of the whistle of
course is to regulate the hours
of work at the plant, but it also
serves to set the time for the
town and country about it.
A new era in the commu-
nity as regards fuel prices has
been brought by the opening
of the mill. It sells 16” slab
wood for $2.50 a cord, at the
mill, or about half the price
that has prevailed in the past.
are being cut and they make
forests of the county, burning
freely and with great heat.
Nov. 22, 1945
Playing at the McLean
Theater in Wallowa: a free
show to all who have bought
Victory Loan bonds, Wallace
Beery in “Barbary Coast”.
One case of diphtheria was
recently found in the Wallowa
school, and because of this the
Shick test will be given the
test shows whether a child is
immune against diphtheria.
If the child has a positive
reaction, he will then be
immunized. Dr. Kettle, health
health nurse, and Dr. Merrill
will Shick test and immunize
the children.
store building which is going
the Hurricane Creek highway
“Y”. The 60x100 foot con-
crete block building is being
constructed on lots south of
the Leonard Brooks residence
and faces the east.
Excavation and foundation
work has been moving rapidly
ahead on the new federal
building going up at the
corner of West First and North
streets next to the Elks Lodge.
Completion is scheduled for
next September.
– one bedroom furnished
or unfurnished house, foot
of Wallowa lake. Garage
includes water.
Compiled by Cheryl Jenkins
The Wallowa district
Scouts Court of Honor
was held in the Legion hall
Tuesday night. The troops
of Enterprise and Wallowa
attended. Boys given their ten-
derfoot badges were Kenneth
Baker, Kenneth Jacob, Ken-
neth Warnock, Bobby Trash,
and Leo Shuman. Keith Flesh-
man and Paul Curry received
their second class award. For
the only candidate. His father,
A.H. Skovlin, troop commit-
teeman, presented Jon with his
badge and card.
Nov. 22, 1990
Nov. 25, 1965
Front-page photo caption:
Sound conservation practices
Agricultural income in
have netted Flora area wheat
farmer Chris Cunningham
Wallowa county jumped in
1965 by almost a million
the Oregon Association of
dollars to register a gain of
Conservation Districts’ “Co-
more than 17 percent over the operator of the Year” award
compiled by County Agent
“Bell, Book & Candle”,
Elgin Cornett.
a 3-act comedy, will be
The highest selling bull at
performed by a local cast at
the Wallowa county “Select
the OK Theatre in Enterprise
Nov. 28-30. This is the second
Sale” last Thursday was KK
Crusty 10 sold by Kenneth
major theatrical project direct-
ed by Estelle Banks of Joseph
Brennan for $520. Average for and co-produced by the Jo-
32 bulls was $364 and average seph Chamber of Commerce
and the Wallowa Valley Arts
for 9 heifers was $217.
Work is progressing
Council. The cast consists of
Lee Daggett, Sue Kissinger,
rapidly on the new grocery
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and overwhelmed?
Do you feel hopeless
or has the joy gone
out of your life?
Are you struggling
to make your
marriage work?
I can help!
A few sessions can make
a big difference.
Jeff Harman, MA., LPC
Professional Counseling In A Private Setting
Cody Limbaugh, Sally Bow-
erman and Charlie Day.
Following the retirement of
long-time basketball mentor
Gary Sather, the Joseph High
School boys team starts the
new season with a brand new
head coach, Blake Carlsen.
Wallowa High School
juniors Erin Mallory, Michelle
Jackson and Brenda Smith,
and sophomores Seth Jensen
and Lynn Jackson were select-
ed to participate in the East
Oregon State Honor Band
held in La Grande.
Photo caption: The W.C.
Junior Women donated two
checks of $1,500 each to the
Wallowa County EMT Asso-
ciation and Wallowa County
Fair Board for the Junior’s
2-year projects last week.
Above are EMTs Sherri Ad-
ams and Dottie Britton accept-
ing a check from Pier Jensen
and fair board member Connie
Black accepting a check from
Margaret Kassahn.
2:49 p,m.: Report of lost dog
in Joseph.
3:12 p.m.: Enterprise of¿cers
arrested Sara Jean Mabe, 37, of
Enterprise for Criminal Trespass II
and Disorderly Conduct II. Trans-
ported to Union County Jail.
4:49 p.m.: State Forestry
received report of ¿re on a ridge in
rural Wallowa.
8:07 p.m.: Tree blocking both
lanes on Hwy 3 in rural Enterprise.
10:24 p.m.: EFD responded
to report of ¿re in Enterprise
11:35 p.m.: Trees in highway
outside of Wallowa.
Nov. 18
6:02 a.m.: Several calls report-
ing IRS scam calls.
10:28 a.m.: Report of assault
in Enterprise.
12:26 p.m.: Hit and run
reported in Enterprise property
1:32 p.m.: Traf¿c complaint in
rural Joseph.
2:56 p.m.: Search and Rescue
called to ¿nd overdue hunter
located by hunting party soon
after call.
3:18 p.m.: Enterprise resident
reports IRS scam calls referred to
ODJ Consumer Fraud.
Nov. 19
9:47 a.m.: Possible wolf
Nov. 20
2:48 a.m.: Domestic call in
1:53 p.m.: Report of runaway/
missing Muvenile located.
3:44 p.m.: Theft reported in
Nov. 22
2:11 a.m.: Domestic call in En-
terprise Dan Michael Schell, 25,
of Enterprise arrested on parole
violation transported to Union
County Jail.
5:26 a.m.: Statewide detainer
issued for William Gabriel Rogers,
35, of Enterprise for post-prison
5:33 a.m.: Statewide detainer
issued for David Jesse Drinkard,
35, of Enterprise for post-prison
5:37 a.m.: Statewide detainer
issued for Arthur Ray Haskins, 56,
of Joseph for probation violations.
11:06 a.m.: IRS phone scam
reported in Wallowa.
3:56 p.m.: Animal neglect
reported in Joseph.
8:15 p.m.: Female German
short hair reported lost in Joseph
owner located.
Circuit Court
Nov. 18
Wendy Kristine Bliss, 45, of
Joseph failed to appear for ar-
raignment on Felon in Possession
of a Firearm charge.
William David Bliss, 55, of
Joseph failed to appear for ar-
raignment on Felon in Possession
of a Firearm charge.
James A. Eslinger, 58, of
Nipton, Calif., sentenced to 18
months probation and ¿ned 300
for Class C Felony Possession of
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A daughter,
Agness Juniper
Wilburn Foster,
was born November 5, 2015
in Enterprise to Clint Foster
and Autumn Wilburn of
Enterprise. Grandparents are
Karen & Darrell Wilburn,
Linda Foster Beard and
Grant Foster.
A daughter,
Sage Yvonne Lorentz,
was born November 8, 2015
in Enterprise to Trevor
Lorentz and Kylie Quinby of
Wallowa. Grandparents are
Kathy & Kevin Lorentz, Stacy
Campbell and Jeremy Quinby.
A son,
Kale Patrick
Wade Kincade,
was born November 13, 2015
in Enterprise to Borden and
Amanda Kincade of
Enterprise. Grandparents are
Julie & Tim Kiesecker, Leslie
Kincade and Wade DeBraal.
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