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    Heppner Gazette-Times, Heppner, Oregon Wednesday September 6, 1995 - THREE
Sunday School kickoff planned
Peggy Fishbum will head the
Sunday School program for
1995/% school year at the
United Methodist church in
Fishburn is already busy
planning a kickoff program for
Septem ber 17.
"Round Up" is this year's
theme for the Sunday School
Preschool children will be
under the wings of Kirsten
Harrison and Missy Cutsforth.
Kindergarten through third
grade will be taught by Ellen
Rollis and others. Fourth
through sixth graders' teacher
will be Peggy Connor. The
Reverend Trachsel will be
teaching the confirmation class
which will include seventh
graders through seniors in high
school. A1 Brazell will teach the
adult Sunday School.
This year, the Sunday School
class will be contributing to two
or three mission programs.
Pioneer Memorial Homeless
Shelter, in Portland, will
receive funds and donated
items for its homeless shelter.
"A s well, we are looking for­
ward to helping, as best we
can, with the needs of the
Neighborhood Center in Hepp­
n e r ," said the Reverend
To kick off this year's Sunday
School, the church has plann­
ed a continental breakfast to be
held at 8:30 a.m. on Sunday,
Sept. 17. Everyone is invited to
Donald J. Carlson, D.P.M.
Medicine and Surgery of the Foot
will be at Heppner Clinic on September 13
to treat all foot problems
Pioneer Memorial Clinic
Let us use our experience to provide the
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Pendleton Collections
Marilyn Willey, Mgr.
Pendleton Credit Reporting
Shirley Pfaff, Mgr.
320 S.E. Emigrant
Piohoot M a ttto ria C H o s p it a ls
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residents with a nutritious hot lunch on Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday and Friday of each week. Meals may be
scheduled on an ongoing basis or as needed.
If you require this type of assistance and are handicapped,
elderly, disabled, or recovering from an illness, please call
Evelyn Sweek, PMH Dietary Director, for more information.
Phone 676-9133.
Fillies b eg in
v o lle y b a ll season
Mustangs shutout Eagles in season opener
The Heppner M ustangs
things out on the right
The Heppner Fillies begin
a 22-0 victory over
their volleyball season with
Eagles, Friday,
their first three games against
September 1, at the Morrow
the Riverside Pirates.
This Thursday, Sept. 7 all County
three teams will face Riverside
The Eagles, favorites in the
in Boardman. The C' team will
League, started quickly
begin play at 5 p.m. followed
the Mustangs a-
by the JV and Varsity teams.
round the first quarter. One of
The Fillies travel back to
their drives ended in a punt.
Boardman for a varsity tourna­
second drive was stopped
ment on Saturday, Sept. 9,
first of two interceptions
beginning at 10 a.m. and then
Eric Schonbachler.
play at home, their first for the
Heppner ran only six plays in
season, on Tues., Sept. 12
the quarter.
beginning at 5 p.m. The Fillies
After exchanging punts, the
are coached by Terri Gentry,
Mustangs scored their first
Nancy Swarat and Dana Reid
Fillie T-shirts and scarves are touchdown of the season. The
seven-play, 62 yard drive was
available at Heppner High
punctuated by three carries by
School for $15 and $3 respec­
senior running back Shaun
Hisler. Hisler ran for 111 yards
on 22 carries on the evening.
Quarterback Brian Koffler hit
WCCC G o lf
slotback Rod Zumwalt with a
W C C C Ladies
10 yard touchdown pass with
Flight A: low gross Linda 4:27 remaining in the first half.
Schultz and Karen Wildman; Hisler swept left end for the
low net Lois Hunt; least putts two point pat for an 8-0 Mus­
Corol Norris; long drive Linda tang lead.
Schultz; KP Pat Edmundson;
The Mustang defense came
chip in Lynnea Sargent; long to play on this warm autumn
putt Dorris Graves.
night. Junior Justin Matteson
Flight B: low gross Lynnea and Hisler were top tacklers
Sargent; low net Deborah Ken­ from their linebacker positions.
drick; least putts Susan Atkins; Chris Sykes led the defensive
long drive Deborah Kendrick. line with good penetration that
Flight C: low gross Betty stymied the Eagle rushing at­
Christman; low net Dorris tack. Schonbachler stopped
G raves; least putts Cam several plays with sure tackles
Wishart; long drive Betty in the secondary.
Photo by Joyce Hughes
Eric Schonbachler runs around an Eagle player Friday.
Junior linebacker Brent
Gunderson racked up more
points for the Mustangs in the
fourth quarter with a 50 yard
fumble return. Schonbachler lit
up a Harrisburg receiver, the
ball popped loose and Gunder­
son grabbed it and sprinted
down the sideline for the score.
The pat was unsuccessful and
Heppner led 14-0.
The Mustangs got the ball
back on an onside kick at the
Harrisburg 45 yard line. Koffler
found junior tight end Jeff
Watkins with a 10 yard touch­
down pass to finish a 10 play
Sm ouse w in s w h e a t a w a rd s a t state
Country Club plans barbecue
Kenneth Smouse, lone, won
the Oregon Wheat Growers
League award at the Oregon
State Fair for the most points in
commercial grain for his soft
white wheat exhibit.
The Wibow Creek Country
Club wbl hold its last family
barbecue on Sunday, Sept. 10
at 4 p.m.
Each family should bring
their own meat to the barbecue.
Those whose names begin with
Smouse also won the Harvest
States Cooperative award for
the best single commercial
grain exhibit for his soft white
4-H Horse club plans meeting
Merlyn Robinson and Tricia
Coe are ready to "saddle up
and go" as leaders for the first
4-H Horse Club meeting of the
A planning meeting for the
club will be held at the Exten­
sion office Monday, September
11 at 7 p.m. Those attending
are asked to bring their parents.
Anyone interested may call
Coe 676-9851 or Robinson
C ounty booth earns second at state
Morrow County won second
place for its fair booth at the
Oregon State Fair and received
special recognition as the best
overall agricultural booth by the
Oregon Farm Bureau. The
booth earned 99 out of a possi­
ble 100 points.
Polk County, also earning a
similiar score, won first place
for the second year in a row.
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A senior yearling heifer KDR
K*R MISS Pld. Franie, owned
by Kyle Robinson, Heppner,
was judged grand champion
female of the American Saler
Association approved show
during the Oregon State Fair in
Salem recently. This heifer,
sired by KDR K&R Polled
Blackjack, is a full sister to the
1994 Saler show champion bull
at last year's State Fair.
Proving her merit as a pro­
ducing cow, Robinson's cham­
pion heifer upstaged about 70
show entries by producing a
calf prior to the showing. The
arrival of this new black cab
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wasn't a scheduled show event
or planned to denote the up­
coming Labor Day weekend,
but show officials said that the
pair attracted numerous ad­
Judge Doug Hixon, Laramie,
Wyoming, also selected a late
junior yearling heifer, PBR
Starbright 129D, owned and
shown by Zane Martin, Echo,
as the reserve grand champion
Earl and Tim Keller, Canada,
exhibited the grand champion
bull, KK Polled Black Sir Ed­
ward, an early junior bub calf
Another early junior bub cab,
Vey's Elegante Ebony, belong­
ing to Robert and Marpyn
Schiber of Echo and shown by
Martin, received reserve grand
champion bub honors.
Robinson entries captured
the get-of sire class with offspr­
ing of JR Noir. Martin won the
cow/cab grand championship
with ZW Charisma 02C and her
cab. Placing as reserve grand
champion cow/cab pairs were
the Robinson entries of RSR
Miss C Jack ET23Z and her cab.
Martin also showed the winn­
ing produce of dam with off­
spring from Target Denver X-
Tra Special. Placing second in
that class was the produce of
YHR Polled Franie 300Z, own­
ed by Robinson. Robinson also
placed second in the best five
head class that was won by
Following this show, ten
head of Saler heifers were auc­
tioned by Ken Grieb, Lex­
ington. High selling female
from the Keber show string
brought $2,000 and was pur­
chased by Iowa breeders.
" A " through " I " should bring
dessert; " J " through " Z "
should bring salad.
Rusty and Cyde Estes, Jeff
and Missy Cutsforth, John and
Kelli Boyer and Bob and
George Naims wbl be the
barbecue hosts.
H a r d m a n C o m m u n ity C e n te r to
h o ld m e e tin g , discuss O y s te r fe e d
of the meeting since the oyster
feed wbl be a topic of discus­
The oyster feed wbl be held
Saturday, September 30.
A meeting and potluck wbl
be held September 10 at 6 p.m.
at the Hardman Community
The meeting is for the center,
and all members are reminded
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drive. Adam Doherty hit Ben
Ewing with the pat to make the
final score 22-0.
Harrisburg's two final drives
were shut down by a fumble
recovery by Gunderson and an
interception by Matteson.
Heppner hits the road Fri­
day, September 8, to take on
the cross-county rival Riverside
Pirates. The Pirates, from the
3A Greater Oregon League,
will be opening their football
season and trying to avenge a
13-10 loss to the Mustangs last
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