Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, August 28, 1980, Page THREE, Image 3

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Perry II. Cooper, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Oh'tin Cooper, Hcp
pner, received the Eiifile Seoul
Award on July U The award
was presenled by Major
General ItotxTt Clpm'nt. vire
commander of the Kith Air
Force, Clement was assisted
by Raleiph Sandy, rump
"Ole" director at Madrid.
Spain.
Cooper is servinp In the
United Slules Air Force at
ZaruKoza Air Base, a training
site in Northern Spain.
The National Counc il of Boy
Scouts of America recognized
Cooper as an Funic since
August 1579 hut . heratme of his
moving alKiut in the Air Force,
it wasn't until II monlhs Inter
thai a ceremony could he held
When(ien. Clement heard of
Cooper's unusual situation he
olunleered his service
")romplly.
Keeping very active at
Zaragoza in the Scouting
program. Cooper presently
serves as assistant Scoutmas
ter, assistant Wchclos leader,
associate advisor for Explor
ers. Fagle Scout project
monilor, Hornadav protect
developer, Facie Committee
Board Chairman 1,aJ"l,Merjl(iV
Hadtje counselor'
Cooper is also credited with
a recent development of the
Boy Scout Basic Training
f BSBT) program which now is
being spread to other troops in
Spain. Cooper also serves as
assistant Waterfront director
at Catnp Ole'. Having five
other people working for him.
the waterfront staff worked
together as a team for two
weeks, responsible for as
many as 2(H) lives and recor
ding a flawless record of not
one accident.
United States Ambassador
to Spam, Terence A. Todman,
added these words to Cooer.
"I congratulate you on your
accomplishments, and look
forward to your continued
service to your country and
world brotherhood through
your living of the Scout Oath
and Law "
"The town of lleppner as well
as Perry's parents and friends
must he very proud as are we
at Zarago.a; he has been a
great asset to our base
community." added Suzanne
Gamhill, Advancement chair
person. Troop huh, Zarago.a.
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Navy Machinist's Mate 3rd
Class Timothy. Monjay, son
of Norma J. Ford of Board
man, has completed the Basic
Machinist's Mate Course.
During the course at the
Naval Training Center, Great
Lakes, students received in
struction on the use of hand
tools and machine shop equip
ment. In addition, they studied
the basic operation, mainten
ance and repair of ships'
propulsion equipment, evap
orators and generators. The
students were also introduced
to the types of duty watches
that Machinist's Mates stand
aboard ships.
A 1979 graduate of Riverside
High School, Monjay joined
the Navy in February, 19B0,
Soma students
will Rood
proof of
immunization
Students who will enter
school for the first time and
out of state students who will
le enrolling in Morrow County
Schools for the first time are
required.. to show proof of
immunization prior to gin
ning school.
. These requirements are a
pari of Oregon's School Imm
unization Liw. The Morrow
County Schoof District works
h close cooperation with the .
Morrow County Health De- ,
partment. The department
has provided immunization
clinics in each community
during the past month.-
Parents of -children who
may need immunizations are
urgKi to contact their local
school office for information
or
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the Morrow County Health
I irfment directly.
Rawlins places eighth
in Bend tournament
My Justine tYralherford
Heppner's state champion
left-handed golfer. Charlie
Rawlins, played in his biggest
tournament yet, the Pacific
Northwest Open, at the Bend
Country Club on August 18, 19
and 20.
Kawlins finished this tourn
ament in eighth place, Soon
Grain causes
closure
Because of grain overflow
ing the nearby elevator, road
(i:t9 off Hwy. 207 near Lexing
ton is closed and will remain
closed for about three weeks,
a county spokesperson says.
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Olympic Ovwcoat
The touuh acrvlic house Daint
that really beats the weather!
Cleans up fast with just soap
and water.
I Jurry. Sc!o ends
Specially marked $3.00 off $ $4.00 off
Peel to elzzo
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The Heppner Pool will be
closed Aug. 31 for the remain
der of the year.
Vollybdl
officials feeing
recruited
Anyone Interested in be
coming a volleyball official is
invited to attend a meeting
on Wednesday. Sept. 3. at
Stanfield at the old high school
library at 7:30 p.m.
Men or women over 18 f' "m
the Heppner-Ione-I-exinfi or
area are now being recruited
for officials, said spokesper
son Jill Ragsdale.
For more information, call
922-4992.
Over The
Tee Cup
Golf play results for the past
two weeks are as follows:
Aug. 12 - a.m. play: Low
Gross Eddi Skow: Low Net
Marilyn Bigelow: K.P. on No.
3 Mary Beamer.
Aug. 12 p.m. play: Low
Gross - Betty Carlson; Low
Net Betty Reitmann.
Aug. 19 - a.m. play: Low
Gross - Beverly Wilson; Low
Net - Juanila Carmichael.
Aug. 19 pm. play: Low
Gross Frank Crook; Low Net
- Judy Stevens.
In the Kinzua visitation at
Kinzua on Aug. 17. Lou Baxter
and Bob Jepsen tied for 1st low
gross; 2nd low gross went to
Judge Carmichael. Earl Nor
ris took low net.
Fran Crook look women's,
low gross and Juanila Car
michael took low net.
On Aug. 24, men's play was
as follows: Low Gross Lou
Baxter: Low Net Lou
McLeod; Long Drive Bob
Jepsen; K.P. - C.C.
Carmichael; , Least Putts -Elmer
Palmer.
after the play ended, he came
back to Heppner to visit
briefly with his family before
departing early Friday mor
ning. Aug. 22. for Bowling
Green. Kentucky. On Monday.
Aug. 25. he registered in
Bowling Green for another
year of work at Western
Kentucky University under
his golf scholarship.
road
A bumper crop has forced
elevator operators to store
grain on the ground this year.
A pile in back of the elevator
has grown so large it spilled on
the road last Wednesday
necessitating closure of the
road.
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September 7.
gallons not included in this sale.
0 Lexington news
Detphd Jones
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Three Links Club of Holly
Lodge met at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Buchanan
on Monday of last wek for
their regular meeting with
Chairman Dorothy Burcham.
Plans were discussed for the
Counlry Kitchen to be held at
the Fair. Also discussed were
, some of the fall and winter
activities. Refreshments were
served by the hostess to Josie
Peck. Virginia Peck. Eula
Bloodsworth. Leila Palmer,
and Gladys Van Winkle.
Florence McMillan, who has
been visiting some time with
her daughters and families,
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cool of
Pendleton and Mr. and Mrs.
G. E. Irvin of Irrigon, has
returned to her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Klingcr
and sons of Portland were
visitors with their mother,
Annella ' Klinger, over the
weekend.
Melissa Smith, who has
been spending the summer
with her aunt and uncle. Mr,
and Mrs.' C.C. Jones, spent a
couple of days last week at her
home in Hermislon.
Birlie Pappas from Fresno,.
Calif, is visiting her sister.
Annelta Klinger. for a period
of several weeks.
Visitors at the Dean Hunt'
home to attend the graveside;
services for Percy Connor
were Mr. and Mrs. David,
Connor of The Dalles: Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Connor. Dayton.
Ore.: Margaret Feldl of
Sedona. Calif., and daughter
Annet Johnson, of Beaverton:1
and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Connor
from Silverton. Mrs. Percy
(Elsie Connor remained in
The Dalles, unable to attend
because of illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bradd
and daughter, Josie, of Ont
ario have been visiting her
mother, Gladys Van Winkle,
and sister and son. Mrs. Mike
Kane and Patrick. On Mon:
day. the Bradds and Mrs. Van
Winkle left for Klamath Falls
where they will visit Mr. and
Mrs. Van Winkle and,
' daughters. Then it is on to
Salem to attend the Slate Fair.
Mr. and Mrs. John Van
Winkle are spending a week in
Reno, Nev. While gone, their
children are visiting at the
Mike Kane home.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Yocom are
spending a few days vacation
ing in (he Wallowa Mis.
Jan Edwards of Pendleton
visited her parents over the
weekend and attended the
rodeo where her sister. Lori,
was the presiding queen.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Howard and family were
visitors on the Oregon coast
for several days this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Buch
anan have returned home '
after a week in Hillsboro and
the Portland area.
Mr. and Mrs. T E. Messen
ger. Jr. and family visited
with his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
T.E. Messenger. Sr. on Satur
day. Mr and Mrs Cecil Jones
were overnight visitors at the
Glann Maxwell home in Baker
on Thursday and attended the
centennial farm recognition
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party honoring the Maxwell
holdings at Haines and the
Holcomb holdings near New
Bridge, The affair was spons
ored by the Baker Historical
Society. Field Historian Eliz
abeth Buehler of the Oregon
Historical Society was present
to deliver a few words and to
encourage other counties to
recognize the century farms.
Musical selections by Mr. and
Mrs. Clint Beflows, were
followed by dancing in the
lounge to the music of Loose
Change.
Floyd Graham of Hillsboro
and Irene Graham of Sun City.
Ariz., visited Saturday at the
C.C. Jones' ranch.
Frank Robinson is a patient
in Si. Anthony's Hospital in
Pendleton recovering from
major surgery. Mr. Robinson
became ill while he and his
wife. Ruth, were fishing at
Klickitat and on returning
home entered the hospital.
Sherrie Klinger from Herm
islon spent the weekend with
Annetla Klinger.
Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Rob
inson and sons were weekend
visitors at Starky area where
they enjoyed some bow and
arrow hunting.
Friends were saddened to
hear of the death of Aubrey
Culsforth at his home in
Montana. Tuesday. He is a
brother of O.W.. Culsforth of
Heppner and Maude Pointer,
a former lexington resident
now of Corvallis. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Chick of
Pendleton spent the weekend
with her mother. Venice
Hendrickson.
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The lleppner Gazette-Times, lleppner, Oregon. Thursday, August U, IIM-THR
Golf benefit scheduled
A golfing benefit event for
men and women has been
scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 7,
at 1 pm. at the Heppner
Country CJub. All proceeds
from the event will go to the
Heppner Museurn and Public
Library towards purchase of a
microfilm reader and copy
Coles to host open lizuzo
for Murray's
An open house at the home of Don and Carolyn Cole will be
held on Thursday, August 28, at 7 p.m. in honor
of Mark and Sandy Murray.
Everyone is invited to Join the Coles in wishing Mark and
Sandy "good luck."
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tournament will be $5 per
person for 18 holes. Players
are asked to sign up before
Sept. S.
Receipts will be given for
tax deductible purposes, said
a benefit spokesperson.
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