Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, August 09, 1979, Page FOUR, Image 4

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    FOUR The Gazette-Times, Heppner, Oregon, Thursday, August 9, 1979
With .lustiuo U eatherford )
At the Sheriff C.J.D. Bauman Appreciation Day dinner
last Sunday, it seems that I was hearing stories of this hero's
good deeds on every side. The more than 200 who attended
wanted to exchange many happy memories of Clarence's
long tenure as the county's "greatest sheriff."
What a week this is for politicians to visit our area.
Today, Oregon Sen. Bob Packwood will talk with a group at
lunch at the West of Willow; tomorrow, Friday, our U.S. Rep.
Al Ullman also will be here to meet with folks at lunch at the
West of Willow. On next Sunday, August 12, five northeastern
Oregon counties will host Gov. Victor Atiyeh along with Dr.
Robert Voy, new chairman of the Oregon Republican Party
and State Reps. Jack Duff, Bill Bellamy and Bob Brogoitti at
Emigrant Springs State Park.
Today is sort of what may be a "Do or Die" day for
voting on our hospital budget levy. To many of us this seems
such an urgent matter. We can't imagine living here without
the hospital. We hope that it will be continuing in a more
effective manner, with updated equipment, with an enlarged
staff, with more space. We know the matter of its growth and
improvement will be costly, but we don't believe there is
a more worthy community investment.
Last Saturday Helen Currin accompanied me to Yakima
where we met my oldest grandson, Scott Haberlach, a very
blond 11-year-old, and his mother and stepfather. Before our
noon meeting, we had several hours to look around town. We
strolled through the spacious downtown Yakima Mall, made
a quick stop at a Saturday yard sale, and were interested in
the half dozen old-time autos we noticed on the streets (there
must have been an historic car collectors' gathering going on
there.) After lunch we loaded Scott and his suitcases and his
bicycle and headed for Heppner. We stopped at two
fruit stands and bought a few potatoes, tomatoes, several
melons and a few onions but didn't find the peaches that
Helen wanted. Much of the wheat harvest seems to be over
and the fruit picking is moving along in the fertile Yakima
Valley.
We learned at first hand that most of the gas stations are
closed in Washington on Sunday. We only spotted one open in
Yakima and another in Prosser. We wondered how folks
could manage with so few stations functioning? After we
crossed back into Oregon we weren't counting, but our state
seems better serviced than our neighboring state to the
north.
This is the week that Jane Rawlins, Heppner High
English Department head, leads her annual expedition to the
Shakespearean Festival at Ashland. I have so enjoyed going
along with the group in years past. This year I had a taste of
Shakespearean history at Stratford-on-Avon, had a look
about Ashland in July, and am busy now trying to be a
"working grandmother". I am thinking of the great plays in
Ashland that I am missing and often wish I were able to
be two places at once, such as, in Heppner and at Ashland.
Next week, for Friday, August 17, I have noted on my
calendar "take exhibits to the Fair." If everyone
participates, then everyone really enjoys our good Morrow
County Fair. By this time, hopefully, you will have studied
the fair booklet and have perhaps met the new
Secretary-Treasurer Nancy Bruch. You must appreciate the
time and effort your neighbors, Fair and Rodeo Board
members Virginia Grieb, Paul Hisler, Floyd Jones, Ron
Currin and Pete Richards, contribute.
. The Fair Committee members are: Harold Peck, Cliff
Williams, Marvin Clarkson, Gary Grieb, Ruth McCabe,
Mildred Rauch, Phyllis Piper, Virginia Peck, Bill
Helphenstine and Delpha Jones. They look for your
participation and welcome your comments.
You should understand that on the four days that
admission is being charged, August 18, 19, 20 and 21, you may
enter by wearing a season button ($2.50) or by paying 75
cents each day. Pre-schoolers are to be admitted free; 4-H
and FFA members will have special passes, and Senior
Citizens may obtain admission passes at the Heppner
Neighborhood Center.
Separate prices are to be charged for Family Fun Night
(5 p.m. until midnight, Saturday, August 18) and for the
Rodeo shows and dances. Rodeos are set for Friday,
Saturday and Sunday, August 24, 25 and 26, with the big Main
Street Parade coming at 10 a.m. on Saturday, August 25.
It always seems like this county is more united at Fair
and Rodeo time than at most other times of the year. It is
such a good time to have visitors and to really become
acquainted with new people and with older residents one does
not see every day.
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Butte, Montana services
Heppner's Christian Life Center
Cathy Barker, daughter of
Virginia Barker, Butte, Mont,
and the new pastor of the
United Church of Christ of
lone was ordained Sunday,
July 8 at the United Congre
gational Church in Butte.
In an article announcing her
ordination, the Butte, Mon
tana Standard said the event
was special in the life of the 25
year old woman, a graduate of
the Yale Divinity School,
"whose roots in religion stem
as deep as her late father's,
the Rev. Brentwood Barker.
Before she traveled to lone
to assume her church duties,
she was quoted as saying, "I
just feel so good about the
people. They're so warm,
generous and honest."
She began undergraduate
studies at Rocky Mountain
College in Billings, studied
theology and became involved
in the Rocky Road Scholars, a
musical group that traveled
throughout Montana and
Wyoming singing folksongs
and participating in church
services.
As part of the group, she
toured Austria, France, Ger
many, Italy and Switzerland,
where she participated in a
youth choir festival there with
three other choruses from the
U.S.
When she got off the
airplane in New York she went
to Vermont to spend the
summer as a vacation church
school worker with the Ver
mont Conference of United
Church of Christ. As the
summer ended, she decided on
a cooperative education
through the school and moved
to Glasgow, Mont, to work as
an associate minister at the
First Congregational Church.
From Glasgow, it was off to
seminary at Yale Divinity
School. Her curriculum en
compassed Bible study of the
Old and New Testaments,
Christian ethics, spirituality,
music, field work and various
aspects of theology. She also
worked at Mount Carmel
Congregational Church in
Mount Carmel, Conn, as a
youth minister, was chaplain
at the Masonic Home and
Hospital in Wallingford, Conn.
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and worked with the Human
Services and Resource Center
in West Haven, Conn.
She has also served as a
summer pastor at the First
Congregational Church in
Hardin, Mont, and with the
Clinical Pastoral Education
Program at the Good Samari
tan Hospital in Puyallup,
Wash.
Cathy graduated with a
master's degree from Yale
Divinity College in June. Her
ordination paper was present
ed June 10 to the ecclesiastical
council, the Western Associa
tion of Montana-Northern
Wyoming Conference of the
United Church of Christ.
Christian Women's Club
to meet in Heppner
Heppner's Christian
Women's Club will meet
Monday, August 13, at 6:45
p.m. at West of Willow
Restaurant.
The meeting theme is
"August Moon."
Special speaker is Lila
Callaway of Clackamas. Deb
bie Paustain will present the
special feature "Japanese
Paper Art". Special music by
Norita Marquardt.
Ail are women are cordially
invited. Reservations for the
$3 salad plate can be made by
calling Lynda Crane at 676
5175. Baby sitting is provided.
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The Heppner Christian Life
Center has a new pastor, Doug
Thomas, former pastor of the
Scio Skyline Assembly Church
near Albany.
A 1973 graduate of North
west College in Kirkland,
Wash., Pastor Thomas has
served in the ministry at
Madras and as assistant
pastor of the West Seattle
Assembly Church.
He was born and raised in
Pendleton and says his new
duties are "like coming
home."
Currently, he is a member
of the ministerial association
and the community advisory
committee for Pioneer Mem
orial Hospital and North
Morrow Clinic, which was
recently formed by the County
Hospital Board.
He and his wife, Karen,
have two children.
Pastor Thomas says the
church, which is now located
at the corner of Willow and .
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Gayle, has purchased a new
site between Morgan and
Sperry Streets. Sunday school
begins at 9:45 a.m. and
morning worship is at 11 a.m.
The evening worship is at 7
p.m.
Doug enjoys golfing and is a
former member of the Lions
and Kiwanis.
Kruegers to celebrate anniversary
George and Helen Kruger
wish to cordially invite all
friends and relatives to their
45th wedding anniversary,
August 12 from 2 to 5 p.m.
Sunday afternoon at Wagen
blast Creek Ranch house, one
mile northwest of Lexington
on Clarks Canyon Road.
The couple requests no gifts.
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