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    SIX-The Heppner Gaiette-Timf, Heppner, Oregon. Thursday, June 25. 1981
lone News
By DKI.I.A HKIDFMAN
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Cannon
of lone traveled to Ashland.
Oregon, on the fith of June to
attend their daughter Arlene's
graduation from Southern
Oregon State College. Arlene
graduated with a bachelor of
arts degree in business admin
istration. Attending the gradu
ation with the Cannons was
Mrs. Kathy Halvorson. also of
Inne. Pete. Laurel, and Kathv
drove over for (he ceremonies,
which were held in Uthia
Park in the center of Ashland,
and remained overnight be
fore returning to lone. The
weather was very good for the
ceremonies, according to
laurel, then it rained all the
way home. Arlene Cannon has
attended Southern Oregon
State College for the last four
years, and is hnpine to find a
job in the Ashland area and
remain there.
Overnight visitors in the
home of Norma and Clell Ren
were their son, Francis Ren.
and his wife from Portland
But they broueht alone a
special guest. Mrs. Mav Wood
of New York Citv. Mav had
come out to Portland, and
drove over with nephew Fran
cis for a short visit on June fi
Thev returned to Pnrflnnd on
June 7. May enioved her sinv
and visited with manv old
friends whilo nttenriinr the
annual I'niled Church of
t'luisi jtiici it t'' held thai Kiinif
'',iv Mav Clell Hen s sister
bin! !;vel ir tone mnov vears
nio. and had a great time
renewinc old friendships dur
ing this visit back She hopes
to he able to return again next
war fur another visit
((turning on Sundav. June
21 Irom summer camp, were
lour tired little eamxrs. Knri
Morgan. Heather Conner, and
(trandi Hall, all of the (one
Hlue Hirds. and Deacon Heide-
IMPLANTS ISSUED BY
aiormovir county court
General Fund April, 1981
Fspltr'nrnt Mi .
Vherlar'e Coakaialcattona
Sersnra Blanctawnrth, petty
Tama r.tna mw.lifwn
Sisnian Printing
Pirst Satlonnl gas of Or
UM lac.
torrent O.Scaool Mat.
Charlotte g. Cray
Poor dry mlai Co.
aanry Sna-AItornatraeo to
(area go Ilea
Colosbts gealn tlaetrtc
IMO
Potirit rt
any k
Vaatllla Co..
Jens O'Leery
I ,?.
150 OO
PI H
army wrung, lac.
iraenplcnwatrit Ina.
Ciinaimteat tana
each Ilact.Ml 15;J.C.arti Svepo $ 94-co.ct.
euapllee .M:M.M.37;M auav.11 79;
UP $4.7$;Clt.ct.sp J7 . 49;TTee et f
ansa . $1 . TO.Aeeoee.oK . ana $17 . ll;$kor.
off.oapp $$ 49:Oak.eP ghoT.$.MtCtlisa.
cusp. $59 71
gonoc M. 00
laan aooke-Clert 4gg.4S
M trov.1 $o$.SS;.iv.Dap.ewao.$).49:Aaaas. 111. 4J
Pleoe41 9:9r neeli a trn.$17$ 5
An tra eon . SU 34; puree tra $JS.JS 90. 91
Wealth gapt . -ff Ice rnt 50 00
eta j r. Petty aaaa 111.00
Ccrrtaooee auanllaa 111.1
geeuot ouoe--DA Prof Cvee a ows. 4J 00
geoeseor-Flovorh. 4 Mleege 57.01
Mkrnry-!eoai S104 l;Cthe $174 71 la 11
loatlaae 13.00
4 nesec. kaa 50. OO
gner-Coccaeatcocleo grp. AT 15
laanrnna 481 . lo
Jaw. Dane .MMnntna 110 00
Planner-lclo Tan 5 11
itlet.Ct.eaon Slo.ll.tn sopn $99 :Aeaeee. 11. u
kcep.glg JO; Ton Coll oasp $11 0;Slwr
eoppltee 14 99)
Plswnwr-conm.$11.95:iet.aian.$40.4J
Collect tea
or. state n
fciraae af dr.. lac.
nawte Oil Oa. .lac.
Sea WSaaaM Canaralat
aeeec.of Otnansn Caontios
aravagaa Ctornorattoo
rwttytoan'a
ewatllla Ilactrlt Coop .
Pettyjenn Ml Oa.
Pacific garthnaet tall
al
J.P 4tn tra. 4 rne.$);(Hat.Ct.t90.
tn oaailer Co 4 grow art . naante
.199.01; Plaaaar-aaaa. $14. 01
nMT.nnsp
$nor eafc.appanai
l Taa.aap.
ceereael
al Haatckalack Oil Co.
tenet 4 ooaactstae
weeco Conor y Snen-lfr
n Law laroacn.tealpnant
Laa Irhaa ro Caatar
'-1540
PJeceea-rltare 4 pointing
I srlllttoe
Onnrt appt'g attorney
Sner. eon. $lS50.71:laaieua Fool 111) 01;
Ctneeraal $171. l;eeee ple.$M9.49
J.P.lrk Tel. $4VT9;.e.$aTW.Cann) $144.11:
Current aap. 11.404 U
t.$5 4a:nar.auap.t.Sl;
1 11
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(kar-Jatl lap.
afcat.-P.aulp. far
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that Pah. cap.
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City of Hatariotaa
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falaaaaa nla Co.
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alia
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Flrat attlaaail aanlt
KacKlc Mutaal
Pacific m Ufa
:tl 75
4riaaat laa. Co
Arai init laa. Ca.
ara Ufa
Paor-Jall aap.
thar-fMl farai aap.
Juv.taratcaa Caaai
Papar 4 Paataaa
Ju. laralcaa Cnaai -arc. Pros
Saaaralaar 555
Ooaa) laa. $1,474. 05 ; 5a 1 Ha 0
Salarlaa
Salarlaa
lalartaa
iac . aac . $1 . 704 . :Sal . $1 . 771 . Tl
al.-Sharlff pt.
tal $75 J.ln.$5 4
la.
General Fund May, 1981
Caralya Bait
Saartff af
lflc
Ilia Ca.
all
Paataaa
. 'Paailaar Pwaa
taaac. Dm dart
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11 al 4 aa. aap.
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Cm. 4 I
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kar-Jall
Carr.aa.l,4.01:J r.Ma '
fkat.OaaB.aap. 4474 15
Plaak 4 ml . -Aaaaaaur
Mat. 4 lara.-pkm-aaat.
H M:CtSaa.aapp.$lU.l
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Ot.kapt. af I
Parlay It-tor Ca.
rtrac national Ink af or.
Onac, Tliaaai Painting
Bappnar p. CI Mai a I
Vaar csavrac Sarv. t atlar.
t 4 J Haraat
urmugha Corporation
ColuariU IMla Elaetrlc
Turaar.PaoNrrtar 4 kryaot
Pitaay taaaa
Hutch 'a Printing Co.
OwwraH USA lac.
laa ii logic Aaant .lac.
aara.locoack 4 Co.
Lillian J.loraaaan.UaaeiUa
an Wufciaa Co.
ractyjotsa Oil Co.
a Tiro 4 Auto Ccatc
aanU A. Bachlar
Hvrraw Ca.arnaol Wat.
I.E. Joraraaaa.J.r 5th
Br. L. D. Tlaktaa
PAtrray Drugs, Inc.
Int.tuaiaaaa llachloac
Uaataro grtol guaply
croaaci LatcMcoy f-rtcr
AH lailttgraphlea
CPiogrcna
Paulina viator
Coaat to Cuaot
luaaall Oil Co
I 4 C Ptoalr.Inr
Haaca Co.fkarlff
Dapt.af Can. larvle-c
IK PTZS71
Caaaral tlactrlc Co
ppoar Caaatto Tiaaa
Carolyn Holt
Akrons 4 Urn
H.H Palthouaa, Jr.
taaatills C0.Jov.Da7t.
Kranlula tngiaooriag Lta.
sa scholscA Oil Inc.
Morrow County pjoatsl Naalth
AUiaon nalth.ODAA Cart.
Assoc. of Or. Coaat tat
poctflc m Llfo
Poatanotor
Aaoaa.Plaat.4 nil tlM ;har.T aap.lAl
Jwa.Bnpt.OLIC Oownoalor
Papor 4 Iteat ; Hart Mt oca 11.58) 40;
ttata Matt $1157. ;Iad.4ppr.4AwAlt JT75. 50
Plaak. 4 Mil. -Aaaa aant
ghar-Maala 4 tra. $111 K;Jnw.Dopt -ttawol
aa.91.05;Juv.Dat -off aupe.41 05;Aaooa.
Plaak. 4 nil $10 w;DA trawol 4 loot 74 17
Nuaour aalntlng
IVyar Poataga
har-nrh.rap $4 :l1aoaar-wi .op 41 f
ri awpp.iA 17;Crhaa aupp $a.40
Aaaaaa-auap.
51 SO
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135 OO
11,011.75
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141. 00
75.00
114.71
515 CO
139 00
to M
50 00
1.411
1,61 40
453
1.779 9
410.00
104.44
9$ 10
7.494.00
111 13
300.00
317 99
97. 1J
100. 00
400 00
90.00
1,140.15
3,49a 10
1.3M.00
1.914 53
41 04
5.535 79
71.05
1.411.1$
111 74
19 19
400.00
114 34
71 14
5$ 00
110 47
1.450.00
l.P74
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111 30
70
749 94
131.44
1.407 4
1 ff7 50
71
191 04
Inauranca-Llsk 1 1 1 1;
DA auno $l49.05;Aaaaaa auop 11 40; Dior
aupp.$4.4S;Taa Call usp.$.45;Ct'.Ct.
sapplloa 471.10
Jua.Oapr -tra . $10).ll;jraa tra $75. 1"
Court OBpnlacao attorney
Cuji llwuaa suoplioa
Co.Clr.Ct. raoortor $30O;Mat .Ct . $1 ,411
Musnaa-Pual $174 o;5h-t am .onp 1 , X
r'rrthouar fool (I
ghar-woti. aap.
&rjrt aooolntaa acty.
naaltB Dapt-tNmt
lupp. $43.11; J.p 5th laalaar $43
Paltn Dopt.-Mao. Pasalaar
Co.Ct.oupp $4 14;$har oap.$53 P5;Aawaa.
auaalloa tX.M
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Juy. 5arw Cona-Larch -ka rilunai.t
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J f 4th aupp $1 54;riai Ct axon 314 47;
5hT aurp 5 94;AsaM aoon J'1 47;
Juv.nopt of. aupp $3.41;r cup 4411
$har-$ehoolc 07
Cthat aupp $40.14 :thr a.,n $41 V
$har-woh.np
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tre(slfTMl trv
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April, 1981 Road Fund
nanlnncnt Biwloton
Prclgat
nwhatky Innip.Csrp.
Clyna lawip.Co. nf Oranoa
CalutkU laslp.lnc.
lor' a Cinmia I rattans
OalankU naaln IlnctrU
naityciHt True 4
tack I coal
Csa I. aaaka Oa.
lonyna Post Control
Pacific BV sail
Too la
4 inhtar
Poclftc nv tall
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ram gchoLack Oil las.
Lao linwai Tlra Caatar
tMarga Wlcoar.ftwn glaatrU
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1 Tlra norwlaa
Cyllanar nao4
Utloa af Or. Ocantins
lnlsni Mochlaory
Lexington Ian or Tata
Baspnat Auto porta
Corporation
t.D. Ssrnant
Cosat ta Coaat
g.O. KalthlayC.I.Ayara
pattyjona'a
national Assoc. sf Ot.Oa.
.af Or. Co.
Plrnc pjacloosl nasat
Or. west of gin l ii n i
Pnclftc Mataal
Pacific m Ufa Ina.
it $75
Argonaut lac Co.
Argonaut las. Co.
Ufa
prof, sarvlcoa
Freight 4 Asphalt
napalra
adio Caaraanlcntfon
0-nn.il. ;rttc.l3 19
Co.Conalaaiaaar anp.
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aeon Ira
napalra
nasalro
Knag 4 Chemical Applleatiaa
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oaalra
Hi oca 11 cm i il
napalra
Oat 4 Oil
Tlra 4 Taste
Shop sappliaa
lgnlag
Tlraa 4 Tuaaa
napalra
laamaan
aapairs
aapaira
oaalra
asg HatarUl 4 gwpnllsa
Miaaallanaaaa-gant
napalra
Long Pill oparatora
aaalrs $59.l4;Lr.aan. $11.71
CM 4 Oil
Ca.Cooarlaaloaar nan.
laa.$1.914.10;Mlarlaa 1M0.15
galarlaa
lalatioa
galarlaa
galarlaa
Soe. Sac. $1 ,77$. S0;8al .91,774. 30
Labor aalarlaa
lnaarsaaa
gal.$41.g4:laa.$3I.M
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511 48
7 9"
l 51
17 41
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400 00
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175 5
1 ,459,0
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778 77
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1.449.;$
1.893
4.43
171.14
414.10
141.14
113.00
113.19
49.44
11 71
1,701.16
91 54
111 95
541.11
101 34
40 (0
193 M
174.39
171.44
319 00
350.03
1,300.00
1,711.99
$.97 99
140.00
77.40
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145.00
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79 70
150.00
1,114.11
1,153.40
1.H1 00
1,57 47
51 70
1.55) 00
iCO. 15
843.44
71.11
l9.95
May, 1981
Pattvlohn Oil Co
Or State Htlhnay Dlvlatoo
Tha Ion nf tha gowanth Men.
Mapgnar Auto Parte
Larton Salaa 4 Supnly Oa.
Amcr- Inr
Onion Oil On as any
Pwaaaln laglnaarlng LTD.
hwrrow County Crete CI aaat g
Oonalg C. NcSlltgatt
Col. Auto Parts. Inc.
Motorola Inc.
Dorothy Rroha
Petty John' a
Tumor .PaaMattar 4 grynat
Ulllllann Truck gouip.Cstn.
COWS
Pacific hV gaU
March Caatls nootea. Int.
L W.tall Oa.
Colwnhla hee la Ilactrlc
lealaa I
cer Cvllai
Safatr llaan Corn.
nownto Coo ear Carp,
oners
liclinlt teao-cra.el
Dnatllla gie) ma lac.
aueeti'e printing Ca .
Plrat netlaonl gang af Or.
Croon raog 4 goad
P.. D. anrgont
Panaletin Small Prai-ve
naag Contracting
Nlaaallanaaua tag.
aapairs
aapaira
hcoo Hatartalt 4 Sonpllac
aa 4 Oil
Praf, Sorwltsa
Oe.Cnamlaoteast son.
tapalra
agio Coca.
parka 95.41;nanalra $ 41
Mi liar 4 $oao wnlglni
Lowing ton I ins) n Tarn
nortec lac Poto True lalea
1 4 J hnrkat
Sanlm ia Safety Sua Co
Itoefc I reel 4 gonn. Ce.
lulaad Machtanry Ca.
Aaoao. of Orogoo Ooanclaa
mclftc m Ufa
Ian I. aaaka Ov
won caolack Oil Inc.
10. (etthley 4 C.I.Ayara
Puk wee. Dent -wntty each
Const to Doe at
Plrat national awn
Or Dost of gin anal
$oc . Sac . go , AocownC
narlf le Hetual
Cowsjcll go 75
Aaaut. af or. Owjnclaa
napalra $101 ;n,ll. True ate $110
Bene Ire
otto Coon. $10). 74; Mlac . (141 . 51
Wat.
night 4 A tannic
neon Ira
Been Ire
hap gwnnllaa
nasal re
tot.
trow hntorlnl 4 gwn.llei
aeeO Mecorlal 4 gown line
Of ( . ewgn . 1 Jg . go : Prof . gore . $ 114 . go ; ma . U . I
Co.coeoa.eoai II.4;Mlee. $171.41
aag MatnrUl 4 Sungltas
mecelli 1 ci-hont
Prelghl 4 asphalt
Park ausaillsa I154.S0;M Met 4 ouap.lSt 71
leant re
Paae Natatrlal 4 gueniHei
aaalrs
Park euoollee
ghop euoollee
enag ho cn rial 4 Sens line
napalra
leowraocs
galarlaa
napalra
wpalre
Cat 4 041
L. P. oparatora
Shop eunnllae
mac.$34.19;0ff.sunp $W l;Paraa$l) 97:
h4. Met. 4 ausp 15a.ll;
hop susa).$lS.93:gonalra 11)7. 79;Perhe $14
galarlaa
galarlaa
lalerlne $1 .979 48; got gac $1 .979 4
Salarlaa
Lahar-anion guoa
galartaa
17.110 73
1,01. $9
40 00
ai. ;
1.110 78
1,430. 00
1. 311. 74
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179. 1$
I 40
90 45
5.440 gg
99 70
tig. 04
15.414 09
111 00
131 90
345411
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17.71
41.41
in go
73 gg
154.19
145 41
50 on
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0 471.40
171. 49
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145.00
141 99
191.11
109 50
1.31 I)
31.19
55. tl
1(1.41
441.04
591.09
74 50
S3 33
174 10
55 34
514 41
444 00
111.71
71 I , )t
1.855 90
1.549 00
1.95$ 94
1.4S0 79
100 70
1.114. 15
Mental Health Fund April, 1981
aretojmOt Itt !!. 'tTwaT Brf 1 1 9Wf . Hi It
Halc lt. $tM-c. htit IJ1 Of)
Itofrvw 0b. IM. Clinic Ittat 75 no
pfcirew Co Ctstirt ftM n 00
1-actfW Ul Wll 0Awntcet$i 1M.K
Tttrry T.tttM TtmI )o
Allttrfl Tunmr Trtml a, 43
' rn 4 C$aula $174 7t;0tr.mi9p 5.1S IK 01
laraclM Bh. m. tmtlp.tmp 110 W.CIf H 2 c Tl
I O.B.4. tVhts 4 twtatnti y ry
Wrrtm O School Wat. Tm Clltmra
Ar. of Or Om . ll ,47 W0;k 147.0 41 CO
Ft rut ItoCiaMl BAfrtrk )Ur) ;t 1
Or Dpt . of ;) Salarlaa ,) or
PacifU Mutual Salarlaa TU S
tot )x Irt iret 5-1 $193 4a;Sef Src ?? 4f 57 aa
Arrtrimit torn Co. lM.irar? m 7
May, 1981
TTt-Cour.tr t-t !! Uf h&ry cffte rpll' a? f
P7 t Ctrt-Tlra$i ?rt-t1n6 4, fl pi ll;Cff.-.r fit S
Ol Wf'iti Elt-1e Ctb. 'jrtllrl r-.
TO f I-ittm OT'i-jn Cvumttti-'mtlr m 1
rrtm Orwnf 7 S$tAm1 plat. Tm Claaartw 1.11 1
Trral t Tip 1 mmm Travel 'm T
m) Cnunt- Ccjrt $( 75 rx
Xmmtmir flag. Itont p. ro
mm Coma t y rttlcal Clinic Rant 75 oO
Allar$ti Turriar Traal tt 01
farlfte m Ball Cotwrnlcatirri HI H
?lrat Kattonat tenfc SalirMa l r
Or. Dapt $f wtm Salarloa 71. fO
Soe. He. Acft Sal )?8 M,Jc , 9?a 4a
Pacific lajtual 9aUt 'V. .41
Ana-riatlon of Or. Co.rtfa Sal. T AO;Tr. 37 n '.15 "f
Revenue Sharing Fund April, 1981
Cnlmhim MKa El$etrrt
ff Br1n-lp-
f(rt rirt-rrnl
Or Dpt -t "mj0
Snr S-c H'-f. Aermt
UltMaploTawnt 1b$i
'JFlllt1$
at
'rawl
SaUrtM
5alrt$
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nimi .rlolUfW 4 Srott
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?aclfr furjl
rtrac torttrnal
Or Dit. at
foe Sac lleW.Accc.
pacific RLitual
Aranaut Ina.O.
CtRMClt 71
Aaaoc. of Or. Count laa
May, 1981
Managerlsl ecugy
gnat
utllltlaa
Insut-Output rnael
genlor Sarwtcea
Salary
$alet?
Sal 171 07; $ac.$ac $71 0;
Salarlaa
galarlaa
Salerlee
Sal.$7,744.19;$oc.goc.$1744.19
Salarlaa
galarlaa
ghaylMlon guaa
Salarlaa $499 slut $1,911.40
)' '
1"$ n
47,00
5 C)
14 14
1. 9T0.PO
135.ro
87 11
).93 95
1,800 00
lie gr
47.00
14 I
5 01
3,479 00
1.315.00
5.481.54
1.914.51
75 10
44.90
1,401.40
Over the Tee Cup
The ladies of Willow Creek
Country Club were busy last
week, playing at home on
Tuesday and traveling to
Willow Run at Boardman on
Wednesday and Pendleton
Country Club on Thursday.
On Tuesday. June 16. fifteen
ladies participated in a morn
ing round of golf. Pat Ed
mundson shot a 42 for a low
gross, and Suzanne Jepsen
was second with 48. Martha
Peterson won 1st low net with
a 29 and Marilyn Bigelow and
Bev Wilson tied for 2nd with
scores of 30. Dorothy Hawkins
had least putts, 14.
Fifty-four golfers from Con
don, Echo, Goldendale,
Husam Hills, Willow Creek,
and Willow Run played in the
sun and wind at Boardman
June 17. Pat Edmundson won
low gross for Heppner with a
score of 81 for 18 holes. Eileen
Padberg won low net, Joyce
Winter had the longest drive,
and Pat Edmundson had KP.
Low gross for the field was
Emma Docken of Willow Run
with a 72.
Over 90 ladies from clubs in
Oregon and Washington play
ed 9 holes at Pendleton June
18. The rain threatened all
morning but did not begin
until everyone was in the
clubhouse. Eddi Skow shot a
52 for low gross from Heppner
and Pat Edmundson was 2nd
with a 53. Dorris Graves and
Eileen Padberg won low net
prizes.
Sunday, June 28, Willow
Creek will host men and
women from Echo. Tuesday,
June 30, the women will host
ladies from Condon, Kinzua
Hills, and Echo.
m;in. ow ol the lnr Hint .Ijivs
Ouii)) liJiKimYii sittutiori on
Iri'iiiliii.tn's Puss is thr Hi'i'ii's
f';niiilii r summer rjunn Ttn
four Iwiil nttonrli'il thi si'frmd
session of emnpiiii', ,iunr K
IhroiiL'h 21 All rump limne
tired nnd hnppv. nnd full of
eiimp memories nnd promises
to new friends lo return next
vein-
Mrs l.oree HuMmrd nnd
Mrs Helen Martin represent
ed the lone f inrdon Cliih nl the
iinmuil convent ion of the
Orei'on Sljilc Federation of
Cat-den Clubs June 8 H The
convention wiis held nn the
beautiful Pacific I'niversitv
campus at Forest drove.
Oreeon. and culminated n
vear of work and fun throimh
the local earden club, purine
their slav. I.oree nnd Helen
visited the Rose Show in
Portland at the ice arena in
l.lovri Center and made a
ouiek slop at the new shopping
center in Clackamas lone
club members came awav
from the convention this venr
with first place honors for
their vear hook, nnd first
place honors for their histnrv
hook, anioni? all enterics in
their division The lone club
also received certificates of
appreciation in four cnieeor
is: participation in Hist. No
in historic preservation pro
ject: contribution to "Deep
wood." a Salem preservation
and restoration project: con
tribution to world Hardening,
and finally, a certification of
appreciation for HH) percent
subscription to the Oreeon
newsletter. Spokesperson.
Helen Martin, said the cluh
was "quite pleased" with this
year's standing al convention.
Bui that wasn't the end of
Uiree and Helen's week awnv
from lone Afler attending
convention, the two gals'
journev took them nn to Camp
Adams for the annual United
Church Women's Retreat for
I 'CC members. I,nree nnd
Helen attended camp June
12-14 and enioved the pleasant
atmosphere, featured speak
ers, and interesting work
shops offered during women's
retreat Helen commented
that thev had all kinds of
weather from sunshine to
rain High spirits and good
fellowship rounded nut the
da vs. and the food was good
too l,oree and Helen staved in
dormitories while attending
the retreat, along with over
4iH) other women in attendance
during the weekend Manv
new ideas for workshop were
among the varied activities
and ideas shared bv the camp
attenders.
The senior citizen's bus and
driver Dot Halvorsen have
been keeping busv this month
with manv trips. Anna Ball
reported that the bus left at 7
am. nn June 2 for the
Pelerson Rock Gardens A
board were fifteen local sen
iors, including the driver.
They enjoyed breakfast at
Biggs then were off again to
slop for a visit in Madras with
friend. Veda Brenner After
traveling lo Prineville. thev
enjoyed a noon dinner and
then traveled on towards the
gardens. A short detour
brought them into Sisters.
Ore . where they stretched
and had a look around before
regrouping and heading back
for their original destination.
The gardens were beautiful,
according lo Anna, and the
weather was excellent for the
trip. They made it back to
Biggs in time for supper, then
on home to Inne by 11 p.m.
'Then 18 senior citizens made
their way up into the moun
tains to John and Mildred
Kubanks' home in the moun
tains on Friday. June 19. for a
meeting of the WCA. Mildred
hosted, while all the guests
brought contributions to the
xitluck dinner which was
served at the home at Park
er's Mill. Everyone enjoyed a
our of the house before
eturning to lone that evening.
Monday. June 22. Anna Ball
msted a bingo party and noon
mtluck dinner in her home in
one.
Monday night. June 15.
members of the lone Exten
sion Club joined together at
the home of Sue Proudfoot to
enjoy good food, "clean fun"
.'it'll edit their soon-io-he
published Cnmmiinilv Cook
book Kiuhl members silled
ihroui'h over 2.ri entries for
the cookbook. e:ii(Lorizitm,
picking nnd lioosing to bring
the toiftl down to a number
Mccepliible for the sie nf
cooklionk iimori
Afiet' rtivTMisninrt on the
entrti's dwindled appetites
were apenseri with a" collection
of tippetinrs served up by Sue
from recipes found in the
up-comine hook The cook
book will offer recies from
local cooks, with credits given
to each, in categories ranging
from beverages to habv foods
nnd divs to desserts
The evening was topped off
bv a dip in the Proudfoot 's hot
tub. Fniovini! the HM degree
water outside under the stars
were Robin Baker. Debbie
Morgan. Judv Osmin. Monica
Swansnn. Delia Heideman,
Marni Anderson. Kristv
Crowell nnd Sue Proudfoot
AAA to meet
Mon., June 29
The Area Agency on Aging
Advisory Council will meet on
June2Vtat in a.m. in John Day
at the Christian Church. 311
N F.. Dayton Street.
The Nutrition Project Com
mittee will meet the same day
at 10 a.m. in the John Day
Senior Center.
Noon lunch will he in the
John Dav Senior Center.
fa
ta-
PUBLIC NOTICES
PUBLIC NOTICES
3
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
The Morrow County Plan
ning Commission will hold a
public hearing on Monday,
June 29. 1981 at 7:30 PM in the
Morrow County Court House
in Heppner. Oregon. A public
hearing will be held on the
following:
1. Application by Donald 0.
Robinson for a Variance,
under Article 7. of the
Morrow County Zoning
Ordinance, to permit the
establishment of a farm
operation less than 1B0
acres withirs and Exclu
sive Farm Use Zone. Tp.
2s, Rr. 26. Section 35. Tax
Lot 371)0, located near
State Highway 74. adja
cent to the Urban Growth
Boundary of the City of
Heppner, Oregon. The
purpose of this Variance
is to allow a partition of 10
acres out of Tax Ixit 37WI
Interested persons are invit
ed lo the hearing and express
their views. Written signed
statements will lie considered.
Reasons for approval or
disapproval should be includ
ed in oral or written statements.
1
Gene Trumbull
Chairman
Morrow County
Planning Commission
Published: June 25, 1981
The Morrow Cmintv Planning
Commission will hold a public
hearing on Monday June 29,
1981 at 8.00 P.M. at the
Morrow County Court House
in Heppner. Oregon, to con
aider minor amendments to
the Morrow County Zoning
Ordinance governing outright
land use's within the Urban
Growth Boundaries, affecting
all five cities In Morrow
County.
Interested persons are Invited
lo attend the hearing and
express their views, Written
signed statements will tie
considered Reasons for ap
proval or disapproval should
he included in oral or written
statements. Written response
lo the altovc must lie received
bv the Planning Department
Box 541. Heppner. Oregon
97K.M1 prior to June 25. JHHl .
dene Trumbull. Chairman
Morrow Cnunlv
Planning Commission
Published: June 18. 25. IttHl
"ua a.
To bs hocrt oft by g rwnthgr trl ires glsxlfsri noord
FACSIMILE
SPECIAL ELECTION BALLOT
MORROW COUNTY, OREGON
Tuesday, June .'JO, 1981 from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
A Ballot
Mark a CrwM X or (Vck Mark I the vnXjraj squsjrg Mar Usg
wrord "YI-X" or Mar lit awd "NO" tor (kr girgwrr vaoJ tar
tax lWy OUIDiTrHE
SIX PERCENT CONSTITUTIONAL LIMITATION
QITSTION
SHALL THE VOTERS AltTHORIZE MOKROW COtfNTY TO LEVY $1 927 583
OUTSIDE THE SIX PERCENT LIMITATION TO BALANCE THE 1981 IWQ
OPERATING HUIKjET?
PIWOSE
The purpow of this nirggurr is to provide funda to balance the Morrow County
operatinK budget for the fiscal year ltKl I9H2.
EXPLANATION
The Morrow County ta bane wg enuhtuihed in IMO. With annual Utcraaaet the
lSWl 1982 tax bane u $390,069. Thia amount is inadequate to finance county
government and related lervicei. Thia levy finances all jreneral fund expendituret,
general achool fund, the portion of the road maintenance fund not included in the
three year aerial levy and the percentage of thorn road funds allocated to the cities
for maintenance of streets and bridges. Irtci-eaaea are due to inflation, new labor
eontracU, and I two percent iivciwaaae in the amount for urroUerted Uxea. If thia
measure is approved $2,317,652 of the Uxes will be partially Cnanced by the State
of Oregon, the amount which is outside the 6 Limitation will result in an estimated
tax of $3.32 per $1,000 of asae$ed value.
YES
NO
B Ballot HOSPITAL LEVY OUTSIDE THE SIX PERCENT LIMITATION
QUESTION
SHALL THE VOTERS AUTHORIZE MORROW COUNTY TO LEVY $108,566
OUTSIDE THE SIX PERCENT LIMITATION FOR HOSPITAL AND NORTH
MORROW CLINIC OPERATION?
PURPOHE
The purpose of the measure is to provide funds to balance the 198142 operating
budget for the Proneer Memorial Hospital Nursing Home and the North Murrow
Clinic services to the people of Morrow County.
EXPLANATION
The total proposed fiscal year 1981 1982 budget for Pioneer MemoriaJ Hospital and
Nursing Home and the North Morrow Clinic is $1,352,615. A total property Ux levy
of $108,566 is necessary to balance the budget. Of this amount $08,765 is required
by the North Morrow Medical Clinic and ambulance service and $41,800 by the
Pioneer Memorial Hospital to operate the hospital, nursing service and ambulance
service. The reason for the increase in the North Morrow Clinic was due to the loss
of physicians service and revenues during the present fiscal year. The "A" ballot
must paaa fur this measure lo be valid. If this rneaaure is approved $108,666 will be
totally fuiMKd by local UX payer roamliiiig in an enumaiad Ux of $.19 per $1,000
of aasrmsed value.
YES
no
b Ballot ADDITIONAL SERVICES LEVY
OUTSIDE THE SIX PERCENT LIMITATION
QUESTION
SHALL THE VOTERS AUTHORIZE MORROW COUNTY TO LEVY $40,778 FOR
A SHERIFF TRANSPORT DEPUTY AND A BUILDING INSPECTOR?
PURPOSE
The purpose of this measure is lo provide funds for one additional deputy and a
transport vehicle for the Sheriff's Department and the hiring of building
inspector for the Planning Department.
EXPLANATION
If you vote yes, the County will hire one additional deputy sheriff and buy
mid size vehicle suitable for transporting prisoners. Since Morrow County does not
have a jail, prisoners must be lodged in Pendleton.
The addition of Building Inspector would greatly increase the awrvice available to
the public from the Planning Department. The fees collected for the service should
meet most of the expense involved. The "A' ' ballot must pass for thia measure to
be valid.
The cost of these two additional services and the vehicle plus the 10 added
amount for uncollected Uxes will be $40,778 totally financed by local taxpayers and
will result in an estimated Ux rate of $.07 per $1,000 of aaaessed value.
YES
NO
B Bitot THREE YEAR ROAD SERIAL LEVY
QUESTION
SHALL THE VOTERS AUTHORIZE MORROW COUNTY TO LEVY A
THREE YEAR ROAD SERIAL LEVY OF $4.60,653 OUTSIDE THE
CONSTITUTIONAL LIMITATION?
PURPOSE
The purpose of the measure is to provide $1,656,661 per year for three years lo
reconstruct major arterials and heavily used secondary county roads.
EXPLANATION
Morrow County citizens have requested the County Budget Committee lo submit a
three year road operating serial levy to the voters in the amount of $4,966,653. The
annual levy will be $1,656,651 per year. This serial levy for county road
re-construction has been reduced by $3,601,347 or $1,200,449 per year from the
original proposal. The progressively deteriorating condition of county roads and
further delay in major repair increases the risk of subaUntial coat escalation. This
money will be used to match FAS funds, purchase needed equipment and, by
request of the County Road Advisory Committee, to contract major construction
projects. A percentage of this, by sUtutes, will go to the cities. The "A" Ballot
must pass for this measure to be valid. If this measure is approved $4,966,663 will
be totally financed by local Ux payers and will result in an estimated tax rate of
$2.85 per $1,000 assessed value for fiscal year 1981 82.
yes
NO
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