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    FOUR - Heppner Gazette-Times, Heppner, Oregon Wednesday, December 10,1997
The Official Newspaper of the
City of Heppner and the
County of Morrow
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U S P S 240-420
Morrow County's Home-Owned Weekly Newspaper
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Oregon under the Act of March 3, 1879 Periodical postage paid at Heppner,
Oregon O ffice at 147 West Willow Street Telephone (VII) 876-9228 Postmaster
send address changes to the Heppner Gazette-Times. P.O Box 337, Heppner,
Oregon 97836. Subscriptions: $18 in Morrow. Wheeler. Gilliam and Crant Coun­
ties; $25 elsewhere
April Ililtou-Sykes
News Editor
Stephanie Jensen ................................................................................ TspesettMg
Monique I Vs in
Advertising Layout & Graphics
Bonnie Bennett ................................................................................ Distribution
Penui Keersemaker
D avid S ykes, Publisher
Cattlemen elect first woman pres.
Sharon Beck was elected
president of the Oregon
Cattlemen's Association at their
1997 annual convention and
trade show in Bend, November
20-22. She is the first woman
president of the OCA.
Beck actively participates in
diversified family ranching
operation along with her husband
Bob and son Rob. The Beck
operation raises Black Angus
cattle in addition to farming oil
seed, grass and vegetable seeds
and even operating a feed mill
that pelletizes grass seed
screening for livestock feed. She
P aper
currently chairs the National
Cattlemen's Beef Association
Endangered Species committee
Beck is joined in leadership by
the following newly-elected
officers: president-elect John
Hays, Unity; treasurer Dan
Wamock, Baker City; District 1
vice president Ron Anderson,
Eagle Point. Officers continuing
their terms in office are: District
111 vice president Vicki Ashley,
Maupin; District IV vice
president Jeff Nauman, Mitchell;
District V vice president Louise
Growth, Lakeview; District Via
vice president John Guynup,
Langlois; and District VI vice
president Verne Bare, Myrtle
The Oregon Cattlemen’s
Association is a non-profit,
producer directed, organization
that has serv ed as the voice of the
Oregon beef industry from the
producer to the consumer for 84
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Dorothy Jackson, Heppner, tells Santa she’s been a good girl when
the jolly old gentlem an m ade his annual visit to Heppner at Murray
Drugs, Dec. 4.
O D FW plans access meeting
Tucker - Greenup
Nina and Truitt Greenup
Nina Tucker of Hermiston and Truitt Greenup of Lexington were
married in a double ring ceremony on August 16, 1997, at the
Hermiston Christian Center. Pastor Steve Sewall officiated.
The parents of the bride are Brok and Janet Tucker. The groom's
parents are Bill and Cindy Greenup.
The bride was given in marriage by her father. The soloist was
Jennifer Sheets from Bend. Musicians were Kevin Tucker, Seattle;
Loree McKenna, Pendleton; and Trudy Ostby, Milton-Freewater.
The maid of honor was Nicole Kenny, Spokane, and
bridesmaids were Leah Tucker, Walla Walla; Olivia McKenna,
Pendleton; and Cathy Worthington, Seattle.
The best man was the groom's brother,Travis Greenup,
Lexington. Groomsmen were Tony Greenup, brother of the groom,
Lexington; Joe Healy, Heppner; and Brian Holtz, Lexington.
The candlelighters were the bride's brother, Bryce Tucker,
Newberg, and Jason Proudfoot, lone. The flower girl was Haley
Struckmeier of Stanfield. The ring bearer was Hayden Blair of
The bride's gown featured a modified v-neckline with fully
beaded long sleeves and bodice. The back was beaded with a
peplum and a cathedral-length train. The veil was an Alencon
open crown head piece with a two-tier rolled edge fingertip veil.
The flowers had pearl sprays and an accent pouf.
The bouquet was a cascade of ivy and a dozen pink roses
accented with pale yellow mini carnations and chrysanthemums.
Following a reception at the Hermiston Community Center, the
couple took a wedding trip to Reno, Las Vegas and Tempe,
Arizona, where they will make their home.
Nina is a 1992 Heppner High School graduate and is a 1996
graduate of the University of Idaho in Moscow, Idaho.
Truitt is a 1994 graduate of Heppner High School and has
attended the University of Idaho. He is currently a student at
Arizona State University in Tempe.
Fair committee chooses theme
Hand in Hand".
The Fair
Committee said they thought that
both of the entries expressed
what they wanted to say so they
combined them for: "One County
-One Community Working
Together Hand-in-Hand.
A committee spokesperson
said that they had many "great"
theme ideas.
The Morrow County Fair
Committee has chosen a winning
theme for this year's fair. The
theme is actually a combination
of two entries.
Maureen Krebs of lone sent in
the entry,
Community", and Bebe Munkers
submitted "Working Together
The Oregon Department of Fish
& Wildlife will hold a Northeast
Region Access and Habitat
Council Meeting on Thursday,
December 18, at 10 a m. The
meeting will be held at the La
Grande Fire Center's Wallowa
Room on Pierce Road next to the
La Grande Airport.
Mac Kerns new OW GL president
Mac Kems, Haines, has been
chosen president of the Oregon
W heat
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He succeeds Mike Kortge of
The Dalles as OWGL president.
well attended
The 1997 Oregon Cattlemen's
Associations and Oregon Cattle
Women Inc. Convention and
Trade Show, held November 20-
22 in Bend, broke recent records
for attendance and participation,
according to a Cattlemen's news
The success of the
meeting was a result of the
balance agenda, a large trade
show and the work of volunteer
leaders within the organization,
said the release.
The three-day event drew
almost 500 registrants from
throughout the Northwest and
included speakers from as far
away as the East Coast and
Canada. A standing room only
appreciation for the years of
industry service of retiring
Malhuer County legislator,
Denny Jones.
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From Port Orlord to Nyssa, from
Ashland to Hermiston, every
Oregon small town has an
interesting past. Being from a small
town ourselves, we at Klamath
First know that each one also has a
promising future. We’ve helped
people in our home town see
important services — we re
brighter days ahead lor more than
beginning new relationships in 33
60 years. And now, while other
locations throughout the state. So
institutions are
come start a relationship with us
perceiving small towns
today- Together, we can
as financial dead ends
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work to make it grow for
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The purpose of this meeting is
to discuss proposed projects
Region, to review projects
funded by Access & Habitat
during the past year and to
review applications for two
vacant regional council positions.
The public is invited to attend.
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Judy Rea, lone, was named vice
president, and Sherman Reese,
Echo, secretary-treasurer. The
elections wound up the 71st an­
nual convention of the OWGL.
Kems said his main goals for
1998 focus on getting all OWGL
committees active and produc­
tive, show Oregonians that wheat
growers have been pioneers all
along in sustainable agriculture,
“to quantify” the many advances
and changes and show that wheat
farmers are true conservationists.
The son of a farmer, Kerns
earned a degree in ag engineer­
ing from Oregon State College
and worked as a civil engineer for
the U.S. Forest Service for 25
years. He and his wife bought a
farm in Baker Valley in 1978
which is operated by their sons,
Brent and West, producing wheat,
alfalfa, potatoes and cattle.
Justice Court
The Justice Court office at the
courthouse annex building in
Heppner reports handling the fol­
lowing business during the past
Juan Manuel Ibarra, 20, Her-
miston-No Driver’s License, $72
fine. Giving False Information to
a Police Officer, 180 days in jail,
$626 fines, fees and assessments,
jail sentence and $150 suspended
with one year probation with no
further violation of law;
Christopher W. Bailey, 21,
Troutdale-Violation of the Basic
Speed Rule, 73 mph in a 55 mph
zone, $106 fine;
Steven Carl Rhea, 43, Hepp­
ner-Violation of the Basic Speed
Rule, 75 mph in a 55 mph zone,
$72 fine;
Michael W. Grant, 50, Lexing­
ton-Violation of the Basic Speed
Rule, 75 mph in a 55 mph zone,
Passing in a No-Passing Zone,
$199 fine;
Shirley M. Judd, 44, Heppner-
Violation o f the Basic Speed
Rule, 72 mph in a 55 mph zone,
$82 fine;
Clyde Wilson, 51, Lebanon-
Failure to Properly Validate Elk
Tag, $57 fine;
Vernon Eugene Johnson, 37,
Ione-No Operator’s License, $72
Paulo Lopez B arajas, 26,
Boardm an-Exceeding Rural
Speed Limits, $127 fine;
Shawn David Wilhelm, 19,
Heppner-Violation of the Basic
Speed Rule, 84 mph in a 55 mph
zone, $142 fine;
Michael D. Lynch, 39, Lexing-
ton-Dnvmg While License Sus­
pended infraction, $292 fine;
Delbert Allen Piper, 50, Lex­
ington-Illegal Motorized Travel,
$57 fine.