Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, May 27, 1998, Page TWO, Image 2

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    TW O - Heppner Gazette-Tim es, Heppner, Oregon Wednesday, May 2 7 ,1 9 9 8
The Official Newspaper
of the City of Heppner and the County of Morrow
U S P S 240-420
Morrow County's Home-Owned Weekly Newspaper
Published weekly ind entered as periodical matter at the Post Office at Heppner, Oregon
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David Sykes ..................................................................................................................... Publisher
April H ilton-Sykes............................................................................................................. Editor
Local alumni receives honor
Martha Peck Andrews has been
elected to the College of Fellows
of The American Institute of
Architects for her public service
This effort includes designing
affordable housing for families,
abused women and children, the
elderly and the physically
Andrews was elected to and
served on the Portland Planning
Commission for seven years.
She was president of the
commission and played a key
role in Portland's nationally
recognized success in the
renaissance of the urban core,
including the city plan of 1988
and the zoning code rewrite in
In 1995, as president of the
Architect Council of Oregon,
Andrews was instrumental in
several key legislative issues that
were implemented on behalf of
.Andrews is one of five architects
from the Pacific Region to
receive this honor this year and
the only one from Oregon. The
investiture service was held at St.
Mary's Cathedral
in San
Francisco on May 15 during the
National Convention of the AIA.
Martha and Jim Andrews have
their own architecture business in
Portland and are the parents of
two boys. She graduated from
Heppner High in 1967 and is a
graduate o f the University of
Oregon. Her parents are Ken and
Lucile Peck of Lexington.
CBC All-Stars named
Four Heppner High School
baseball players were named to
the Columbia Basin Conference
All Star first team and two
players received honorable
HHS juniors Tim Dickenson
and Derek Gunderson and senior
Tim Sumner, and lone High
Pettyjohn were selected to the
first team. HHS senior Chris
Anthony and junior Shane
Matheny received honorable
Complete district selections are
as follows: First team: pitchers-
Pettyjohn, Tyler Greene, Pilot
Rock senior; catcher-Bobby
Humphreys, PR sophomore; first
base-Heath Giger, Weston-
Dickenson, Gunderson, Ryan
Delph, WM sophomore; outfield-
Sumner, Tim Alderman, PR
Noland, Stanfield junior; utility-
Michael Juan, WM senior;
designated hitter-Wes Adams,
Umatilla senior; Honorable
Mention: pitcher-Brad Camine,
Condon senior; catcher-Lucas
Calhoun, Stanfield freshman;
first base-Andy Stelk, PR junior;
in field -M ath en y ,
LaBrousse, PR sophomore,
Mitch Pace, PR junior, Donnie
Clove, WM junior; outfield-Jesse
Gonzales, Umatilla sophomore,
Travis Lewis, Umatilla senior;
Hospital Foundation awards scholarships
The trustees o f the Pioneer
Memorial Hospital Foundation re­
cently awarded scholarships to
area students who wish to further
their career in the medical field.
Students receiving scholarships
include Chrisy Schultz, Maci
Childers, Jessica VanWinkle,
Katie Nichols and Josie Proctor.
C hrisy Schultz has been
aw arded $600 from the Dr.
Wallace WolffFund. Chrisy is an
employee of Pioneer Memorial
Hospital and is enrolled in the
Associate Degree Nursing Pro­
gram at Blue Mountain Commu­
nity College (BMCC).
Maci Childers, Jessica Van-
Winkle, Katie Nichols and Josie
Proctor, all graduating seniors at
Heppner High School, will receive
awards of $350 each.
Childers plans to enrojl at
BMCC in the nursing program
and then transfer to Eastern Or­
egon University (EOU) to obtain
her degree and become a regis­
tered nurse.
VanWinkle is. enrolled in pre-
med at EOU with the goal of
transferring to Oregon Health
Sciences University to become a
nurse practitioner.
Nichols is enrolled at BMCC
with a career goal as a medical
records technician.
Proctor is enrolled at BMCC
and then plans to transfer to Or­
egon Institute of Technology to
[ major in radiology.
Tim Sumner
S W C D b o a rd m e e tin g slated fo r Ju n e 2
Shane Matheny
4- h News
The Bamyarders 4-H swine
club held a meeting, May 19. At
the meeting, leader Bill Jepsen
and the club talked about how
each member's pig was doing.
Jepsen then told members they
needed to worm their pigs at
weigh in on June 6. The meeting
was then adjourned.
The main program after the
meeting featured a lecture by
Tim Neely from Punna Mills
Inc. Neely talked to members
about swine nutrition. They also
learned about a pig's diet, how to
figure its feed efficiency and how
pigs process food. Guests from a
4-H club in Boardman also came
to the program.
update, a review of the Weed
The regular SWCD Board
meeting will be held Tuesday, Control Policy, Basin Work
June 2, at 1 p.m. at the Pettyjohn Group meeting report, CRP
update, manager’s report, weed
Office Building in Heppner.
report, agency reports and other
Agenda items include:
Environmental Quality Incentive business.
Meetings are open to the public.
Program/Lower Umatilla Basin
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d o t iuei. axe invited,
to a tte n d a ^W edding ¿Sdeaefition honoring
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on ¿Saturday, ¿June 6, at 6 :3 0 f2.n1.,
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service we provide our customers. That's why we do It right
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Let St. Anthom he your
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common center
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maximum tire life
and a centered
steering w heel
Over 94% of a l cars buOt today should have a 4 wheel
“ n e n t Most front wheel drives and some rear wheel
1 have rear wheel adjustments. We invite you to ask
Katie Nichols
St. A n th o n y H o sp ita l P h a rm a cy a n d H om e
M edical E quipm ent's new convenient downtown
facility makes finding home medical equipment a
snap. Our brand-new facility features a large selection
and inventory of everything from crutches to oxygen
to hospital beds. Located conveniently near the
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hospital and downtown Pendleton, the new facility
makes getting the equipment you need easier than ever.
Providing quality home health care options is part of
St. Anthony H ospitals commitment to comprehensive,
compassionate care in the Pendleton community. Put
simply, it’s part of our mission. A m ission to heal,
Final Days for
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