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    Heppnef Gazette-Times, Heppner, Oregon Wednesday, July 30.1997 - THREE
Farm C ity Rodeo planned Aug. 6-9
Tickets are on sale for the 10th
annual Farm-City Pro Rodeo, to
be held Aug. 6-9 at the Umatilla
General admission tickets are
$ 11 each, with ushered reserved
seating at $14. Wednesday night
is tamily night, offering $5
tickets for children 12 and under.
Ticket prices include admission
to the Umatilla County Fair.
Tickets are on sale at Gardner's
Men's Wear in Heppner;
RoeMarks Western Wear and
Klamath First Federal
Hermiston, Pendleton Grain
Growers in Pendleton; and
Centerville Western Wear at the
Broadmoor Mall in Pasco, WA.
Ticket sales using Visa and
Mastercard are available by
calling the Farm-City Pro Rodeo
office at (541) 564-8500.
The rodeo, voted among the
nation's top five PRCA rodeos
1994-1996, plans to increase its
purse to $10,000 per event in
honor of its 10th anniversary.
Event winners will be awarded
custom-designed rings from I.J.
Cora Monique Johnson-a
daughter Cora Monique was bom
to Linda Fayson and K elvin
Johnson of Boardman on July 19,
1997. The baby weighed 6 lbs. 12
Miranda Louise Taylor-a
daughter Miranda Louise was
bom to Cheryl and Joseph Tay­
lor of Boardman on July 19,1997.
The baby weighed 3 lbs. 15 oz.
Letters to the Editor________
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Relay Challenge bonds community
situation can be practiced in an
To the Editor:
active and meaningful way. This
I am speaking to all those who project
take an active interest in our recognized as our yearly St.
schools and/or community. It is Patrick's celebration and the fair.
1 am looking for those that can
with your cooperative effort that
our community becomes a better see the vision of this event and
place for all to live.
be willing to come on board in its
I would like to invite you to be infancy to create one heck of a
a part of a very special project program for this county. We all
called: "The 24 Hr.
Relay know that one program or one
Challenge". This "Challenge" is agency can not solve the
a proven and effective project problems of increase crime and
that brings together students of drug use; that's a Band-Aid
all backgrounds and cultures, approach.
However, having
law united
enforcement, public agencies and representation from all county
civic organizations to plan and residents under such a project,
implement a unique county-wide can't help but have a positive
event. This project creates an impact on keeping our schools
incredible bond between the and community healthy and safe.
schools and community and
If you are interested in learning
promotes healthy, drug-free more about this program call
lifestyles. This project has been 676-9161 or 481-2911. Please
spreading throughout the country leave your name, address and/or
and is gaining success in each of phone number and a time to call.
the hosting counties.
Just mention that you are
This program is a vehicle for interested in the 24 Hour Relay
people to participate in a healthy Challenge.
risk-taking experience, one
(s) Marilyn Bader-Nesse
where going beyond their Prevention/Early Intervention
comfort zone and stretching their Specialist, Morrow County
capacity to handle a difficult Behavioral Health.
St. Patrick's Senior Center
Bulletin Board
There were 75 present for the senior dinner July 23 and 14 meals
were home delivered. Members of the Catholic Church served.
Daisy Collins decorated the tables with sunflowers in honor of
Millie Evan's birthday. Members of her family served cake and ice
cream and everyone sang happy birthday to her. We wish her many
more happy birthdays. Rose Moe also celebrated her birthday that
day. Congratulations to her and best wishes.
After the meal the senior bus with eight seniors went to Imgon for
a tour of the Potlatch hybrid poplar farm-a very interesting,
informative tour.
The menu for the dinner Wed., Aug. 6, will be chicken and rice
casserole, peas, fruit salad, rolls and rhubarb crunch. Members of
the Methodist Church will serve. Hearing aid assistance will be
given and blood pressures taken before the meal. The Nutrition Site
Committee will meet at 1 p.m.
Thirty-seven were present for the breakfast Friday, July 25, and
four breakfasts were home delivered. The menu for Friday, Aug.
1, will be southern omelet, fruit, muffins, cold cereal, orange juice,
milk and coffee.
Two tables of pinochle in play Friday afternoon and four ladies
watched the movie "Lantern Hill" Sunday evening.
A lovely memorial was held for Dorothy Henderson Sunday
afternoon, July 27, at the Senior Center. The seniors extend
condolences to her family. She is remembered with much love by
the tenants here.
Barton Clark is the new resident of an apartment at the center.
Welcome to the St. Patrick's family, Barton.
The seniors have been invited to a potluck picnic at the Boardman
marina park Saturday, Aug. 2, starting at 10 a.m. Bring dish of
your choice and your table service. Coffee and punch will be
furnished. The picnic is sponsored by the Boardman Senior
Citizens. The senior bus may go, depending on availability of a
The bus is scheduled to go to the Monument Nutrition Site 1 ues.,
Aug. 5, a t'9:30 a.m. There are a few empty seats. The sign up
sheet is in the Senior Center Office.
Remember, exercises are now Mon., Tues., Tnurs. and rn . at ID
host families needed
Ja n . I 7 v rs
Make a new lifelong friend
from abroad. Enrich your
family with another cul­
ture. Now you can host an
exchange student (girl or
boy) from Scandinavia,
Germany, France, Spain,
England, Japan, Brazil or
Italy. Becoming a host to a
young international visitor
is an experience of a lifetime!
We P rin t
Business Cards
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W .C.C.C. Golf
Ladies' Nine Hole
Invitational, July 22
Low gross of the field: tie
Kim Cutsforth, Pat Edmundson,
Jan Paustian, 39.
Meadow Springs low gross:
Sandi Linnen 44.
Sun Willows: low gross-
Millie Sharpie 47; low net-Jean
Craig 24.
Tri-Cities: low gross-Susie
Wallgren 28.
La Grande: first low gross-
Freda Herron and Joan Staak 43,
first low net-Susan Snow 19;
Gerlack 48, second low net-Gen
Drew 24.
Heppner: Flight A: first low
gross- Karen Wildman 40, first
low net-Betty Christman and
Karen Thompson 27; second low
Suzanne Jepsen 43, second low
net-Floss Watkins and Lorrene
Montgomery 29; third low gross-
Luvilla Sonstegard 47, third low
net-Dorris Grave, Carol Norris,
Sally Walker 33.
Chip in: Gen Drew #9 La
Grande, Jean Ball #3 Heppner,
Floss Watkins #4 Heppner,
Susan Snow #9 La Grande.
Long drive: guest Susan
Snow; home Betty Christman.
Long putt: Jean Wallgren
l l 'l l " Tri-Cities, Cam Wishart
30’2" Heppner.
K.P. second shot: Meadow
Willows-Millie Sharp; Tri-
Cities-Susie Brown; La Grande-
Freda Herron; Heppner-Luvilla
Justice Court
The Justice Court office at the ,
courthouse annex building in
Heppner reports handling the fol­
lowing business during the past
Bruce Weldon Hughes, 30, Ir-
ngon-Violation of the Basic Rule,
75 mph in a 55 mph zone, $67
James Manuel Estrada, 46,
Ontario-Illegal Stopping, Stand­
ing or Parking on Sidewalk, $49
Travis Hokanson, 19, Oregon
City-Failure to Appear, $617 fine,
180 days in jail, $250 and jail sen­
tence suspended with jail credit
for four days served, with one
year probation with no further
violation of law; Failure to Obey
Traffic Control Device, Driving
While License Suspended, Driv­
ing Uninsured, $641 fine;
Willard Russell Horton, 56,
Hermiston-Violation of the Basic
Rule, 72 mph in a 55 mph zone,
$67 fine;
Samuel Kenneth Strawder, 52,
Portland-Insufficient Number of
Flotation Devices, $81 fine;
Hans Jensen, 35, Newberg-In-
sufficient Personal Flotation De­
vices, $101 fine;
Bryon Eugene Zumwalt, 21,
L exington-F ailure to W ear
Seatbelt, $49 fine;
William Edward Morrow, 33,
Boardman-Unlawful Possession
o f Firearm, Casting Artificial
Light with Firearm, $717 fine,
180 days in jail, $200 and jail sen­
tence suspended with one year
probation with no further viola­
tion of law;
Susan Setness, 48, Lexington-
Theft III, $331 fine and 15 days
in jail, $150andjail sentence sus­
pended with one yeaf probation
with no further violation of law.
Hanna. I6 y n .
Call for information or to choose your own exchange student Large
variety of nationalities, interests, hobbies, etc. now available (single
parents, couples with or without children may host). Call now:
Local Area Rep: Cathy Halvorsen at 422-7107
Susan at 1-800-733-2773
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Dennis D Doherty
Red Apple Central M arket-hom e A G ail B urkenbine
Robert D Rolen III, O D -D octor o f O ptom etry
Gail Hughes
G n eb Farms, Inc., Lexington
Charlie and M arcia Anderson
Fred L Painter, U S Navy Retired
Louis S t Betty CaH son-For 8 G randkids
Hazel M ahoney
M ayor Bob and Suzanne Jepsen - 1997
John B ritt Logging, Inc
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M urray D rugs-John St Ann, Luke, Laurie, Sean, Ian
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W illow Lodge N o 66 I 0 . 0 F.
Kinzua R esources, L.L.C.
Dick St Virgina W ilkinson
Heppner High C lass o f 1971-“G ive Peace a C hance"
Pat St Trish Sw eeney
Heppner Youth Program
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M ark, Shanny, C orey, and M arcy M iller
Lutheran Sunday School
Valby Lutheran, lone
Hope Lutheran, Heppner
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M ichael, M arilyn, Shane, K ristopher, Ryan, Eric,
Daniel, C ory, M ichala, and baby
Friends of the Pool
Cork & Jim Norene
Glen St Joyce W ard
Clayton and H am el (H ager) Shaw
Hermann Blettell
M unkers Farms
Kenneth Peck, Lucile Peck
R obert and Sharon Harrison
Hal and Joyce D inkins
John and Pat Edm undson
M r & M rs Jeff Cutsforth & Family
G ene and Luvilla Sonstegard
Pioneer M em orial Hospital St A uxiliary
Willow Creek C ounty Club
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Linda A. Shaw
Boardm an Pharmacy St Hardware
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Dick & Lynnea Sargent
Betty Pfeiffer
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Susan St Ernie Atkins
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Janel, Andrew. N icholas St B aby Lacey
A llstott St G entry Construction, C o., Inc.
Farm Equipm ent H eadquarters. Pendleton,
Tom St Karen WolfT
W ells Fargo B ank Em ployees, H eppner Branch
HHS C lass o f 1956
Forest Service Em ployees Assoc
Blue M ountain Pathology, Pendleton
Wilcox Furniture, Hermiston
Pacific G as Transm ission Co.
Tad St M elba M iller
Hardman R idge Ranch
Jam es St C am illa M onahan-
(from M ike St Frances M onahan)
Richard Partney
W ilbur St Dorothy Jackson
Bud St Harriet Batty
Roger B ntt Septic St G ravel
St. M ary M edical C enter, W alla W alla
Merritt and M axine Gray
The M atthew s-W hitncy, Don, Sandy St Skip
M ark St Tami, Shelley St Shanna Rietmann
Richard St Sibyl Cunnington
Roland St Donna Bergstrom
The Armato Family-M argarct Elizabeth, Joseph Bryant
Drake Ranch-Doug. C arlcy, Amy St Kevin Drake
Kuhn, Spicer & M ills
Scott & D ons Donnell
Raymond St Norma French
G ene St Fay Pierce
W illow Creek C ountry C lub Ladies
O rville W St Alta P C utsforth
Archie St Diana Ball St Family
M arshall St Edda Lovgren
In M emory o f Bill A B onnie Barratt-
by Ken St Vicky M oland
Robert St Sylvia Allen
Degree o f Honor Lodge #29, H eppner
Robert A and Inez M eador M iller
Dave Sykes, A pnl Hilton Sykes-H eppner G azette Tim es
Don B en n ett Jean Bennett
Ken St Kaedene Bailey
Verlin, Andrea St Leah Denton
Rod St M eg Murray Rx R anch-lone
O regon Together
J e n y St lone M artin
Bill, M erilee St Danielle M cD owell
M arilyn St Roe G ardner
Swire C oca-Cola, USA
John M McBee, M D
John G M cBee. D D.S
Jim St Cam W ishart
United Parcel Service
Les Schw ab Tire Center. H eppner
Seitz Aviation
Stor-4-U - Clay St Peggy H enderson
Hair Expressions-Dave. Kay A B ryce Fow ler
M embers o f l B E W Local 125
F an a s Shoe Service
Devin Oil Co., Inc.
Lexington Auto Body St Tow ing-D an. C arm en, St Kids
The R iehl’s-R St W D nve-m
In Memory o f Ruth B ergstrom . H an y St H elen
O ’Donnell-from Keith St Sharon Lewis
Floyd, Lorena, Greg Jones
P eterson's Jew elers
In M emory o f John. Hattie St R obert W ightm an
In Honor o f Claude and Anna G raham
Bernard and Jean Damon
Donald F. and Martha E Peterson
Harold (Shorty) Peck. Edna C rum p Peck
Dean M G ilm an and M ary E. G ilm an
Donald Lee Hunt Family
The Krein Family
Lott’s Electric-K it S l Shirley G eorge. C am St Kim
G eorge St Family
The Dubuque Family
The M cCurdy Family
Pettyjohn's Farm St Builders Supply. H eppner
D edicated to all our kids-H eppner Elem entary Staff
For Children and their Future-H H S Educators
C lass o f 1976. Heppner High School
Class o f 1974
Keith and Judy Rea
Douglas E Drake 1921-1967-
G race E Drake
In M emory o f G randpa S l G randm a, Bob S l M ary A llstott
Howard A Jo Pettyjohn
Terrel Benge. Mary A Benge
Shane Laughlm
Lottie Laughlui
R A S Palmer
In Memory o f Tom Huston
Food Fun + M C M M 992
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Mike Haugen
Jesse Kempas
Eric Jepsen
Daniel Jepsen
Matthew Jepsen
Amy Jepsen
Rebecca Jepsen
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Mike Adams Family
Kelwaync A Mary Haguewood
Brian Haguewood
Cam e Haguewood
Tony Haguewood
James Wilhelm
Corey Aaron Breeding
Walter A Lucille Kostcchka
Patrick A Nadine O 'B ncn
Walter Pilgrim
Dick Wilkinson, from Pam A Mark
Dick A Virginia Wilkinson
Karen Beck
Alan Beck
Luke Bibby, In Memory O f
Lynn Bibby
Dave-Pat-Shane-Stefan Matheny
Verna Bnnda, E.W Brinda
Elvyn Bell
Patncia Bell
Betty Pfeiffer
Emily, Jordan-Jillian
Erin-Kirsten, Megan
R.J. Fanens 12-30-88
J.D.Fan-ens 11-13-87
Connie A Pepper Farrens
Dr Robert Rolen. Optometrist
Twice Upon a Time
Stephanie Cutsforth
Lindsay Cutsforth
Ross Cutsforth
Rx Ranch, Rod and Meg
Ralph A Sally Walker
L E Dick
Bill A Rena Marquardt
The Boyers
Eva E. Griffith
John and Rene Ledbetter
Heppner Swim Club
In Memory o f Claude Graham
In Memory o f Helen Painter
Drew Brannon
In Memory o f Bob Runnion
Orval Matheny
Pauline Matheny
Mary A Max Harris
Jim A Cam Wishart
Mike A Delanne Ferguson
Bunker Hill School
Elisabeth Rose Bitsas
Alex Carlson
Julianne Carlson
Louis A Betty Carlson
Clint A Sarah Carlson
Travis Winters
Josh Winters
Colin Anderson
Claire Anderson
M A N Mahoney
Ken and Carri Greib Family
Cal A Bev Sherman
Jeanette Padberg
Archie Padberg
Osmin Ranch, Since 1888
Marcy Miller
Corey Miller
Merry and Russ Brannon
Bob A Aloha DeSpain
Ebb Hughes
Pauline Hughes
Carolyn Knox, Loren Knox
Patricia Peck, Allen Peck
Amber Peck, Christopher Peck
Jennifer Jaca, David Jaca
Allen Hughes
Jim VanWinkle Family
Nikki Nelson
Lee Padberg
Costco. Kennewick
Willy A Tate Gentry
Dale Cooper
Robert and J M DeSpain
Arwen A Jason Maas
Chris A Louie DeSpain
Morrie Elder
Devin A Garrett Robinson
V A W Brookshire, Baker City
Kristi Smalley
D anaK Reid
Jason. Randie. A Mickie
Tim Alderman
Tama Alderman
Ryan Joy
Edwards Surveying
Stacey Lovgren
Bruce A Phyllis Thomson
Jim A Madge Thomson
Josie Proctor
Julie Proctor
Roy Proctor
Abby Kahl
Bob A Marianne Kahl
Kathy Simpson
McGee Simpson
Betty Fulleton for Grandkids
Skip A Peggy Connor
Fishbum Five
Tom A Jerri Sly
Kate Kendnck
Sarah Kendrick
Jason Kendnck
Maggi A Joe
Tom Currin
Marlene Cumn
Ryan Cumn
Jeff Cumn
Donalda Reed
BEO Employees 1997
Michael A Mary (Hughes) Healy
Bethene A Frank Denton
Helen Gilliam
Howard Gilliam
C A D Gutierrez. Justin A Austin
J A C Gentry
Matthew VanLiew
Sam VanLiew
James VanLiew
Spencer Palmer
Seth Palmer
Amy Cornwell
Lindsay Cornwell
R G A Flossie Watkins
Stub A Chris Lewis
Gary A Barbara Watkins
Tim Davidson
Tma Davidson
Jeff Watkins
Julie Watkins
Tyrel Walker
Emily Bergstrom
Adam Bergstrom
Hal A Rita Bergstrom
Reach for the Highest Ideals
Sl Patrick s Parish
Clyde A Jackie Allstott
Jesse A Joshua GutieiTez
Fishbum's. Zach A Courtney
Bob Lovgren s
In Memory of Donald Gunderson. Sr
Mindy. Tammy. A Robbie Smith
Darby. Brick A Tegan Sager
Sharon Brace, Jerry Brace
Marj A LcRoy Gardner
In Memory o f George Wateriand
Happy Graham, Beloved Friend
Phil A Kathy Carlson
Jodie A Kyle Carlson
The Bill Kenny Family
Brandon Young
Man Young
Luke Young
Kim J Johnston
Jodi L Johnston
Jill L Barber
Bren E Barber
Whitney Matthews
Don Matthews
Terry A Kellie. Amber,
A Larissa Gray
Kamun Jacobsen A
Kyle Evan A Nicol
Marty A Kirsti Brannon
Frank A Cara Osmin
Mane Strothers
Ed Strothers
Denny McMillan
Jack A Mary VanWinkle
Jerry. JoyceKay Hollomon
Ray A Lil Boyce
Aaron Griffith
John A Karen Griffith
In Memory O f Danny Nix
Geri Gneb. Class o f 1980
Paul Marshall
Gary A Martha Munkers
Rita J Woolsey. 9-19-94
Mary Goheen
Kool Kitchen Kids 4-H Chib
Merlin A Claudia Hughes 6-20-65
Kimberly A Greg Dennis 3-16-91
Austin A Destinee 91 Dennis 96
Wm Kevin A Angie Hughes 7-8-89
Jessica A Makenzi '92 Hughes 97
Meghan Bailey
Madison Bailey
Lane Bailey
In Memory o f Bill Cochell
Cam George
Kimberly Ann George
In Memory of Joan Hughes
Holly Rebckah Lodge #139 IOOF
Bill A Dorothy Scott
Francis A Hebert, Camilla Samples
Paul A Joyce Breeding
Anthony Boys
Cherry Webber, Tim Gray
Laurel Webber-Gray
Chad Doherty
Adam Doherty
Kylie Doherty
Halle Weimar
Parker Weimar
Paige Grieb
Michelle A Don Bums
Nancy A Mike Weinke
Steven Miller
Heppner High Class o f 1971
“Give Peace A Chance”
Michael Merrill
Sara Merrill
Courtney and Justin Nelson
Eva M. Chitty
Dean A Louis Hunt
Lexington Auto Body A Towing
Emily, Meaghan. Anna, Evan, Dean
God Loved us A sent His Son
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B Van Schoiack
Bob Naims
Ginny Naims “George”
Kiel Naims
Krystal Naims
LeRoy Britt
Steven Neal MD, Facial Surgery
Barbara Hayes
Jordan Hayes
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Aaron Allstott
Blake Allstott
Don A Sharyn Finley
Duran Family
Dave and Karen Wildman Family
Jay A Kelly-Jo Keithley
Blair Keithley
Sloan Keithley
Baillie Keithley
In Memory o f Mike Currin, Class o f ‘83
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Harley A Helen Young
Charlie A Marcia Anderson
Maxine A Pat Patterson
Bill-Sherry-Ben Ewing
Todd Harrison
Brett. Kyle A Andie Harrison
Chns-Andy-AI A Camille Sykes
Kennedy Fence Building
Don A Judy Barber
H H S. Class of 1974
In Memory of Eldon Hobbs
The Chuck Moeller Family
Maggie A Joe
Jer A Nan Myers
Wainwright Family
HHS Class o f 1981
Emily Jordan Thompson
Stephen Gerald Thompson
Kelly Anne Stralcy. Teri Mane Straley
Jay A Lori Straley. Elizabeth Straley
Hanna Family
Corey Sweeney
Cameron Sweeney
Nicole Sweeney
Brooke Sweeney
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T R Riehl
Catherine M E. McElligott
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Brian Henry Burnside
Ethan Robert Burnside
Robert L. McElligott
Brendan C. McElligott
ToO R S 198 870
Glen A Joyce Ward
Kyle Huddleston
Mahaley Huddleston
Jared Huddleston
Hoby A Susan. Jayme A Kim Hansen
Paul Hisler, Jr Family
Devin A Alexis Doutre
Michael Wesley Hall
Spencer Scott Wirth
John A Donis Graves Family
Shenlyn A Quinn Peck
Dons Bail
Don Lott
Ted Palmateer
In Loving Memory. H A H O'Donnell
Class o f 1997 Heppner High School
Class o f 1998 Heppner High School
Class o f 1999 Heppner High School
Class o f 2000 Heppner High School
Class o f 2001 Heppner High School
Class of 2002 Heppner High School
is invited to the
Willow Creek Water Park’s
on Saturday, August 9th!
This Week's A ll Natural
Health Drink:
For questions, or to donate to the Wall of Fame,
call People for the Pool, 676-9827
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