Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, August 16, 1979, SPECIAL FAIR AND RODEO SECTION, Image 15

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    We Welcome You To
The 1979 Morrow
County Fair &
Rodeo In Heppner!
Enjoy your stay at the
Fair and plan to attend
the three big rodeo
performances... There's
lots to see and do...
So join in and
have fun
Morrow County
Fair & Rodeo
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Queen Debora Palmer
Princess Lori Edwards Princess Jennifer Wenholz
Fair & Rodeo highlight of year for comely trio
As the countdown begins for
the Morrow County Fair and
Rodeo, the Fair and Rodeo
Court of Queen Debora Pal
mer, Princess Jennifer Wen
holz and Princess Lori Ed
wards can look forward to all
the fun and excitement which
has marked their year of
traveling to other community
celebrations and rodeos.
The three girls have repre
sented Morrow County in a
host of events from lumber
jack shows to rodeos, visited
radio stations and taped
interviews about the upcom
ing events in Morrow County.
Queen Debora, a 5'5", green
eyed 19 year old blonde from
lone, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Palmer, is the twin
sister of last year's queen,
Donna Palmer. She was a
princess in 1977.
She is a 1977 graduate of
lone High School and a 1979
graduate of Blue Mountain
Community College, majoring
in business. She is currently
working at home on the
family's wheat ranch.
Queen Debora enjoys horses
and will probably compete in
the Wrangler Horse Show, a
part of the fair program.
In high school, she also
participated in such sports as
volleyball and basketball and
was salutatorian of her high
school class. She is also a
water skier.
Princess Jennifer Wenholz,
'52", brown hair and eyes, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Wenholz, Irrigon, is a senior at
Riverside High School in
Boardman and will graduate
in the class of 1980. Her
favorite sport is volleyball and
she is a member of GAA.
Princess Lorie Edwards,
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Edwards, Lexington,
will be a senior this fall at lone
High School. She is 5'5", has
blond hair and hazel eyes.
Her school activities include
playing on the varsity volley
ball and varsity basketball
teams and she is vice presi
dent of the Girls' Letter Club.
During the football season,
she works as a ticket taker
Among her college plans are
attendance at Blue Mountain
Community College and East
ern Oregon State College.
Princess Jennifer and Prin
cess Lori were selected by the
County Fair Committee in
It has been a busy year for
the 1979 Morrow County Court
and the next two weeks will be
the highlight of their year.