Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, June 28, 1979, Page SEVEN, Image 7

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    The Gazette-Times, Heppner, Oregon, Thursday, June 28, 1979 SEVEN
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Bob Rietmann of lone elected
chairman of BMCC directors
Krynn Robinson elected VP
Hereford group tabs leaders
Bob Rietmann, Tone, has
been elected chairman of the
board of directors of Blue
Mountain Community College
for 1979-80. ,
John Hansell, Hermiston,
was elected vice chairman.
The board will hold its
October meeting in lone.
At the June 20 board
meeting, three sites in Herm
iston were considered as
possible rental space to house
an adult basic education
classroom and coordinator's
office.
Board members will visit
the proposed sites of the
Hermiston facility June 28 at 6
p.m. A meeting is scheduled
for 7 p.m. the same day to
reach a final decision on
facility rental. Current options
for leasing space include the
Umatilla County West End
Building, JB's Record Com
pany and the Redalco Build
ing. In other actions, the board
adopted a four day work week
for college employees begin
ning June 25 through August
31 and established new office
hours as a means of energy
conservation. Employees at
the college will stagger their
half hour lunch breaks so that
the college offices will remain
open the full 10 hours, four
days a week. College place
ment and GED tests may still
be taken on Fridays in the
Admissions office.
Following an executive ses
sion, the board adopted a
two-year salary schedule for
confidential and support staff
employees. Salary increases
of 9.5 percent for the 1979-80
school year were approved.
The college board agreed to
participate in a special fed-erally-fundetd
sex equity pro
gram with jTreasurer Valley
Community! College in On
tario. The purpose of the
program will be to provide
Senior Citizen News
County seniors have been
busy this week.
On Monday, a group went to
John Day in the new senior
bus to attend the Area Agency
on Aging meeting.
On Tuesday several went to
Pendleton for the C.A.P.
Board meeting. On Wednes
day at 1:30 p.m., a large
delegation went from Heppner
to join others from Irrigon at
the monthly Senior Citizens
Advisory Council meeting at
lone. After the meeting, all the
visitors shared the evening
meal with the lone seniors.
Just last week I listed the
names of six youth who are or
were employed under the
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Around About
Cont. from page 5
Irene Swansori, whose bef ore-Morrow home was near the
campus, came there to wait until Steve and I finished our
assignment at 9 p.m. She feels sentimental about that sector
of Salem, the old McKay Mill, the millrace, the streets,
campus and state buildings. Irene said that Salem is more
than twice as large now than it was during her girlhood there.
She had been visiting many members of her own family and
had agreed to ride back to Heppner with us.
Sunday morning (about 2 a.m. as we three came south
from lone), we came upon a very recent accident at the
corner of Mollahan's Ranch and Bunker Hill Road. We all
feared that possibly some young people coming from the
rodeo dance might be involved as unfortunately proved
true. Rev. Tollefson insisted on staying at the accident scene
to be helpful with his Heppner-acquired Emergency Medical
Technology training while Irene and I came on to our homes.
He admitted during his final worship service Sunday
morning that he didn't get to bed until 5 a.m. and then was up
again in just a few hours and into a very busy day.
Because this must be turned in before the completion of
the voting on the county and hospital budgets, I cannot
comment on the results which I am anxiously awaiting. Both
Jimmy Carter and I shall be most disappointed if voters
haven't done their civic duty and used the sacred ballot
boxes. I hope that after Jimmy gets back from Japan, we will
both stay at our own white houses and catch up with local
affairs.
Irrigon's A.C. Houghton...
Summer Program of Employ
ment and Development for
Youth (SPEDY.) Well, I have
since learned that one of the
boys listed, Wayne Eckley,
has been replaced by Dan
Keister, Lexington.
This week, I am feeling
more lucky than usual. To get
details about how lucky I have
been, you need to hear the
stories from Inez Erwin about
my astonishing good luck in
England.
Anyway, I had a delightful
surprise in finding worker
Dan Keister and fellow worker
Phillip Williams, also from
Lexington, at my door by 8
a.m. on Monday to help me
with weed eradication. Such
joy. Happiness is being a
senior citizen in Morrow
County having help about the
home on needed occasions and
sharing two delicious meals
each week with compatible
friends of my same age group.
Next week's delicious meals
will include: Tuesday, July 3,
at Heppner, burger-tamale
pies, pear and cheese salad,
hot muffins and jelly, relish
plate of pickles, carrots and
celery and apple rolls with
topping.
At lone and Heppner on
Wednesday, July 4, steak and
mushroom gravy, mashed
potatoes, buttered peas, lime
jello with cabbage and pine
apple salad, corn bread,
butter and jam and pear
dessert with topping.
Sorry, but the Irrigon menu
for Monday, July 2, is not
available.
1954 class holds reunion
The class of 1954 held an all
school reunion and potluck
dinner at the A.C. Houghton
School in Irrigon on Saturday.
Although it was sponsored
by the class of 1954, it was
announced as an all school
reunion.
The Irrigon schools were
consolidated with Boardman
schools about 1959.
Of the 15 who graduated
with the class of 1954 there
were 10 who were present
Saturday. Classmates came
from Oregon, Idaho, Washing
ton and Calif. Approximately
gave a barbecue Sat. night for
members of the class, their
families and friends.
65 people were present for the
occasion. Plans were started
for another reunion in 5 years.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Creamer
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An extremely dangerous
electrical hazard
Lightweight irrigation pipe can be
an excellent conductor, and when
raised in an upright position, can
contact the power-line causing
you to become a fatal accident
stastistic.
PLEASE, next time you are working
around irrigation pipes, BE CAREFUL...
WATCH OUT FOR POWER LINES
Basin Electric
CO"Op9 lite. Serins 3010 square miles in
portions of 5 counties.
Heppner 676-9146
Condon 384-2023 1
non-traditional vocational
activities at the two commun
ity colleges to assist people in
obtaining more rewarding
employment opportunities.
Hope Lutheran
starts summer
worship service
Hope Lutheran Church of
Heppner is starting a Thurs
day night summer worship
service. The service is at 8
p.m. It is designed for anyone
wishing to worship and came
out of a desire to serve people
who want to vacation on
weekend but also want to
worship.
The service will be less
formal than the Sunday ser
vice and everyone is invited to
come.
Private swim
parties allowed
Private swim parties at the
Heppner Municipal pool may
now be arranged with the pool
manager.
The fee is $20 per hour with a
2 hour minimum and must be
under the supervision of the
manager.
RUBBER
STAMPS
The
Gazette-Times
The 4th annual Oregon
Junior Polled Hereford Assoc
iation Show was held June
22-23, at the state fairgrounds
in Salem, Oregon. Official
judge for the show was Tom
Patton of Rupert, Idaho.
The annual meeting and
election of officers and direct
ors was held Friday night,
June 22nd following a potluck
dinner. The O.J P. H. A. mem
bers elected as vice president
and a 3-year term director,
Krynn Robinson of Heppner,
OR. This marks the first time
an officer or director has been
from Eastern Oregon.
Other officers include: pres
ident Tim Nash,. Cornelius;
secretary, Alice Nixon, Bea
vercreek ; treasurer Chris
Raujol, West Linn; reporter
Erik Bloomfeldt, Rainier. Ad
visors of the O.J. P. H. A. are
Juleen Mehus, Wilsonville,
Rick Gilbert, Clackamas,
Dennis Kluser, Hillsboro and
Donna Laurent, Canby.
On June 23rd, Robinson took
second place in Class V,
March 1978 Junior Yearling
Heifers with her heifer, WSF
Lady Adv 2GII. She also placed
eighth in senior showmanship.
Krynn was accompanied by
her father, Don Robinson.
Robinson also participated at
the show by taking second
place in adult men's show
manship. Krynn, 18, is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Don Robinson of
Heppner. She will be grad
uating from Blue Mountain
Community College next year
and will be transferring to
Colorado State University
majoring in Agriculture Pub
lic Relations.
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Maksim
one, Heppner Garden Clubs
receive district ten honors
Blue Mountain District No.
10 of the Oregon Federation of
Garden Clubs came home
from the State Convention
with the coveted first place
Historic Preservation trophy.
The district project has been
restoration of the Saling
House at Weston to which each
club contributed as well as
most clubs of the district had
projects within their com
munities. Dorothy Heard of Milton
Freewater was the outgoing
District Director. Elaine Belts
of Pendleton prepared the
book of evidence submitted.
The lone Garden Club and
the Heppner Garden Club
received recognition for their
contributions towards the
Blue Star Markers. The lone
Garden Club received a
plaque for 100 percent sub
scription -to "Oregon Sea
sons", the state news letter.
Certificates will be present
ed to the clubs at the fall
workshop to be held in
Pendleton. Mrs. Glenn Jack
son of Hermiston is the new
District Director.
Helen Martin of the lone
club attended the State Con
vention held at Corvallis.
Valby Lutheran meeting slated for
Condon area this coming weekend
Valby Lutheran Church is
moving to Condon for one
week. The worship service
this coming Sunday will be in
Condon at 2 p.m. at the rodeo
office on the Gilliam County
Fairgrounds.
Holy Communion will be
celebrated in the service and
the communion of friends will
be celebrated with a potluck
picnic after the service.
Valby is the 94 year old
Swedish Lutheran Church 20
miles south of lone and 24
miles west of HeDDner. The
congregation has had a group
of members in Condon for
about 10 years before affili
ating with Valby. Condon
members were served by the
Lutheran Church in Board
man. That was disbanded
when the original town of
Boardman was flooded. The
pastor at Valby travels to
Condon once a month to
conduct worship services and
the Condon members come to
Valby when possible.
The worship service picnic
is a way of deepening the bond
between the two groups sep
arated by 30 miles of rough
road.
Friends of the congregation
are invited to attend.
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