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    SIX-The Heppner Gaiette-Times, Heppner, Oregon, Thursday, April 16. 1981
County-wide spelling contest rules announced
The Morrow County School
District has announced the
following rules for participa
tion in the 1981 spelling
contest.
The Morrow County, district
-wide spelling contest will be
held at Irrigon at Columbia
Junior High School on Thurs
day, May 14, at 7:30 p.m.
AH contestants and specta
tors are to report to the
cafetorium for instructions.
Three divisional contests will
be held in the following
locations:
Division I - (Elementary to
grade 6) library;
Division II - (Grades 7 to
Rebekah district meet held
By DELPHI A JONES
The Rebekah district meet
ing was held on Saturday,
April 11, at the Oddfellow Hall
in Heppner with SanSouci
Lodge in charge and district
Chairman Donna Fortenberry
presiding..
The meeting was opened by
the host lodge with the Noble
Grand Pete McMurtry in the
chair. At this time the State
Assembly President Vivian
Roome and her Marshals Jan
Gregory were introduced by
the introduction committee of
Delpha Jones. Hilda Yocom
and Ruth Bergstrom.
; The host lodge relinquished
the chairs to the following
convention officers: Chair
man Donna Fortenberry, Vice
chairman Vera Reitman. Sec
retary Jo Huston, Treasurer
Dorothy Burcham. Warden
Berniece Nash, Conductor
Marilyn Bergstrom. Chaplain
Edith Mathews. R.S. Chaplain
Hilda Yocum. LS C Gladys
VanWinkle, OSG, Leila Pal
mer. ISG Adelle LaTrace, RS
Chairman Ruth Bergstrom,
LSC Freida Majeske, Music
ian Gladys Drake. LSVG
Norma Rea. LSVC Ruby
Roberts. Past Chairman.
Delpha Jones. LSPC Joyce
Buchanan, and RSPC Mildred
Wright.
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Division III - (Grades 10 to
12) cafetorium.
Kefreshemenis will be serv
ed to the contestants and
spectators in the cafeteria at
the end of the contest while the
results are being determined.
Contest readers will check
the papers with the assistance
of designated graders.
Division I (Reader) Gary
Olson. (Grader) Phyllis
Prindle:
Division II - (Reader) Kevin
Pratt. (Grader) Linda
Schellenger;
Division III - (Reader)
Kathryn Dean, (Grader) Pat
An address of welcome was
given by the chairman. Donna
with the response by Leila
Palmer. A tribute to the Bible
was then given by San Souci
with Opal Cook and Gladys
VanWinkle in charge.
Following the business of
opening. Holly was in charge
of the memorial with Hilda
Yocom. Gladys VanWinkle
and Delpha Jones in the
tribute. At this time the group
enjoyed a lovely salad lunch
eon with coffee, tea and
punch. After the short recess
Bunchgrass had a tribute to
High-octane rock groups
combine at EOSC concert
Two high-octane groups will
combine to give a ma jor rock
concert Wednesday. April 22.
at the Eastern Oregon State
College Quinn Coliseum. The 9
p.m. event features the five
member band Head East and
guest group Lion.
"This is an out-and-out
no-holds-barred rock 'n roll
concert." said Student Activ
ities Director Yvonne Tagge.
who noted already impressive
early ticket sales. "We've sold
more than $2,000 in tickets and
we haven't really begun
advertising yet."
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School contests should be
completed by Friday. May i.
First, second, and third place
winners in each division
should be determined for each
shool.
Lists of spelling words with
sentences to use is school
contests are being sent to
school principals. School con
tests should be run using the
same procedures as are used
in the district-wide and state
contests. The readers will: 1.
Pronounce the word: 2. Use
the word correctly in a
in Heppner
the Sft-year members present,
including Gladys Drake. Luc
ile Rietmann. Norma Rea.
Ruth Bergstrom. Edith Mat
hews and Ruby Roberts, nil of
Bunchgrass. and a gift for
Maude Pointer, a 72-venr
member of Holly was received
by her lodge. Mrs. Pointer is a
patient in Pioneer Memorial
Nursing home, and is suffer
ing from an in Hired arm
received in a fall.
The roll call and report of
lodges was held, at which time
the following were counted:
Purity-1. Pearl-1. Runchgrass
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Lion plays a wide variety of
top AM pop and new wave hits
plus a good selection of
original songs.
Tagge said the concert is
open to the general public high
school age and older. General
admission tickets will be $6 in
advance or $7 at the door.
Advance tickets are available
in LaGrande at the EOSC
Bookstore. La Grande Stereo
and Music and Sunflower
Books, in Walla Walla at Hot
Poop Records and Tapes: in
Pendleton at World Records:
and in Baker at May's Music.
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complete sentence: 3. Pro
nounce the word: 4. Allow
students approximately ten
seconds to write the word on
their papers.
The school lists of contest
words should not be used for
practice beforehand. They
should be used only when the
students are involved in the
actual school contests.
Schools may provide award
certificates to school contest
winners as appropriate. The
State Department of Educa
tion will furnish first, second,
and third place certificates for
the district -wide winners of
each division.
4-H Marine
workshop
deadline
set April 20
Young people visiting the
Oregon Coast who attend the
HW1 4-H Marine Science
wnrkshonp won't have to
wonder what they're seeing
- after five days of intensive
instruction about the state's
marine resources, points our
John Nnrdheim. Morrow
County Extension agent.
Dates for the workshop are
June 1" - 20. the same time
that other 4-H Week activities
are taking place at the Oregon
Slate University campus in
Corvallis Costs for the marine
science program are $75 per
delegate. The event is open to
4-H leaders on a space
available basis.
Part of the total cost of the
workshop is underwritten by a
grant from the Federal Car
tridge Corportaiton
Persons interested in atten
ding the workshop must apply
by April 20. Nordheim stres
ses. More information about
the program, as well as
application forms, is available
from the Morrow County
office of the OSU Extension
Service in Heppner or by
calling f"K-Wi42.
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plans completed for
Baker Co., Sumpter
Plans have been completed
for the Historical Society trip
to Baker County and the
narrow gage railroad in Sum
pter, Saturday. May 2.
The bus plans to leuve
Heppner from the museum at
7 a.m. to Lexington, hoping
to leave there about 7 : :10 a m.
The bus will then travel to
Raker where they will be met
by a member of the Historical
Society at the Chamher of
Commerce building. They will
show slides, take the group to
see several older houses (not
inside) and other points of
interest . Then it is on to the
Methodist church where the
ladies there are planning a
lunch of stew and hot biscuits
for $2.50.
Then the group will travel
on to Sumpter where arrange
ments have been made to
board the train at 2 p.m. for a
short ride. This is optional for
Parks to open soon
The Dept. of Public Works
has announced that Cutsforth
and Anson Wright parks will
be opened on April 22.
Campsites will be on a
first-come-first-served basis.
Camping fees are $5 with a
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now $:t.(K). They will then see a
gold dredge and then go on to
Haines. Ore., to the museum.
A B:30 dinner is planned at the
steak house in Haines. The
travelers will order from the
menu there and each is on his
own.
Following a leisurely din
ner, the group -will motor
home.
To save time, please send
your fare to either Ruth
McCabe or Delpha Jones
before boarding the bus. That
way time will be saved, as the
group will be anxious to get
started. If you are not able to
go and have signed up for the
trip please let the ladies know
as there is a waiting list.
Accompaning the big bus,
the Morrow County Senior
Citizen bus will also be leaving
from the Lexington School
with a group in conjunction
with this tour.
hookup. $3 with no hookup and
$2 for a tent.
Cutsforth Park is located 23
miles south on Willow Creek
Highway. Anson Wright Park
is 20 miles southwest on the
Spray-Monument Highway.
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