Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, March 13, 1980, Page SIX, Image 6

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    SIX The Heppner Gait'tie-Times, Heppner, Oregon, Thursday, March 13, 1980
Millers move to
Hcrmiston
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn W.
Miller are moving this week to
Hcrmiston where they have
purchased a home and he Is
employed.
Families can raise 50 pheasant chicks keep half, rest go free
Irrigon news
: Area families interested in
raising pheasant chicks to
turn loose into the wilds at 10
weeks may contact Glen
Ward, area biologist for the
Department Fish & Wildlife.
He said families may have
up to 50 chicks. They may
.keep half of the chicks but
must turn the remainder loose
at the age of 10 weeks.
Pheasant eggs also may be
given. The birds will he
delivered in Heppner by the
middle of May.
"To raise phetinnnl chicks
gives kids a responsibility, "
Ward commented.
obtained for hatching, with the
chicks to be raised.
Ward said the pheasant
stock and eggs will come from
the state hatchery at Corvalis,
where 20,000 pheasants are
grown yearly.
He said 2,000 chicks have
been allocated for this pnrt of
eastern Oregon.
After the pheasants are
turned loose, he exnlained.
they mute with and supple
ment the existing wild stock.
This year, both roosters and
hens will le provide persons
interested in raising them.
Previously, only hens were
a t avs
Wilson
922-3352
BACK FROM WASHINGTON.
Morrow County Commis
sioner Warren McCoy re
turned from Washington,
D.C., Saturday after spending
the week there.
He accompanied five men
representing the Veterans of
Foreign Wars from Oregon,
and Gary Roth of Scappoose,
the Oregon winner of the Voice
of Democracy speech contest.
Roth received an expense
paid trip to the capital to
compete in the national con
test for a prize of $1,400.
However, a student from New
York was the winner. This is
the same contest in which Joe
Daltoso of Boardman won in
the local district.
The winners from the var
ious states were given a tour
of Washington, DC, and
visited in the offices and
talked with the senators and
congressmen from their home
states.
A banquet was given for the
winners and representatives.
An estimated 2,500 people
attended. The banquet which
was sponsored by the Veter
ans of Foreign Wars and the
women's auxiliary.
In the interest of Morrow
County, Commissioner McCoy
visited the National Associa
tion of Counties. He was
vitally interested, he said, in
the subject of revenue shar
ing. STVDEXT WORKSHOP A
workshop of junior and senior
high school students was to be
held Monday, March 10, at the
Assembly of God Church in
Irrigon concerning teen prob
lems. It was headed by Carolyn
Holt and organized by the
Morrow County Juvenile Ad
visory Board and the Chil- .
dren's Services Division.
Some of the subjects consi
dered were "Drug Aware
ness" with a State Police
trooper leading the discus
sion; a film on "Coping with
Parents"; alcohol abuse;
teen-age pregnancy; sexua
lity ; and cults, which was to
be led by the Methodist
minister from Heppner, the
Rev. Mike Sheridan.
GOING TO DENVER Bruce
Buchanan, formerly of Irrigon
and a Riverside High School
graduate, has been trans
ferred to a Science Research
Center in Denver, Colo, by the
Marathon Oil Co.
Buchanan has been em
ployed by Marathon Oil Co. on
Trading Bay in Alaska since
1976 after his graduation from
Oregon State University. He
worked in the laboratory of
the oil processing company.
Marathon Oil is also provi
ding a home for Buchanan and
his wife in Denver. Bruce
Buchanan is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Orville Buchanan of
Irrigon.
New school
opens doors
in Boardman
Sam Boardman Elementary
School opened its doors Tues
day to approximately 320
students, according to school
superintendant Matt Doherty.
Teachers and volunteer
workers moved desks, black
boards and other equipment to
the new school from the
overcrowded rooms at A.C.
Houghton Elementary School
in Irrigon. New equipment
that was being stored at A C.
Houghton also had to be taken
out of boxes and set up at Sam
Boardman Eementary.
Doherty said the school is
done except for five rooms in
the ' building that are 80
percent completed. Those five
rooms probably won't be used
this year or next year but wilj
be finished when an overload
of students exists and the
rooms are needed, Doherty
said.
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cycles, 3 load levels, lint filter, temperature selections, porcelain
fabric softener dispenser ana top,
special care cycles. Item
123-249 k. .
Admiral
Life Style
5-Piece Matched
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Scott 8treo Receiver features AMFM
radio with 15 watts per channel, 0.1Vo
THD at 20 to 20,000 Hz and bass, treble
and volume controls. Item 390-16
Scott Turntable features auto reject,
return and shut-off, 12" aluminum plat
ter and hinged dust cover. Shure
magnetic cartridge included. Item
372-821. 109-132
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Uniform, top-to-bottom freezing with
"circulating cold air". Freezer features
Infinite position temperature control,
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water drain, textured steel doors and
door lock with pop-out key. Item
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Mowtown 2 Way Speaker System
features 8" woofer, Mopower Bass
Enhancer and separate highlow
radiators. Item 391-621
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SilHEO SYSTEM
Features AMFM stereo receiver with cassette
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grain vinyl veneer cabinet with opening in back is
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Sell-cleaning oven features dual oven
controls, infinite surface heat con
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472-555
Remote Control
IELEVISI3L1
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touch channel control and simulated s
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ACDC Portable
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