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    TWO - Heppner Gazette-Times, Heppner, Oregon Wednesday, September 9,1998
The Official Newspaper
of the City of Heppner and the County of Morrow
H eppner
U.§.P S 240-420
Monow County’s Home-Owned Weekly Newspaper
Published weekly and entered as periodical matter at the Post Office at Heppner, Oregon
under the Act of March 3, 1879. Periodical postage paid at Heppner, Oregon Office at 147
W W illow Street T elephone (5 4 1 ) 676-9228 Fax (541) 676-9211 E-m ail:
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Box 337, Heppner, Oregon 97836. Subscriptions: $18 in Morrow, Wheeler, Gilliam and
Grant counties; $25 elsewhere.
David Sykes.................................................................................................................Publisher
April Hilton-Sykes ....................................................................................................... Editor
AW ANA begins new year
AW ANA, a non-denomina-
tional Bible club sponsored by
several area churches, will begin
meeting again on Wednesday eve­
nings from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the
Lexington Baptist Church. Chil­
dren in kindergarten through sixth
grade are welcome to attend.
Preregistration and sale o f
handbooks and uniforms will be
held on Wednesday, Sept. 16 from
6-7 p.m. at the Lexington Baptist
Church. The first club meeting
will be held Wednesday, Sept. 23.
Club activities include relay
gam es around the AWANA
circle, Bible stories and handbook
activities in which members may
earn awards to be displayed on
their uniforms.
For more information, contact
Loren Unruh, 676-9873 or the
Lexington Baptist Church, 989-
VB game order changed this year
The order in which the Heppner
High School volleyball games
will be played will be different
this year with the “C” team
starting the action, followed by
the varsity and then the junior
This game order will allow
junior varsity players that "float"
onto the varsity team adequate
playing time, said the coaches.
All Saints to host singspiration
All Saints' Episcopal Church
will host the community
S in g sp iratio n
September 13, at 7 p.m.
Everyone is invited to come
and bring the family and join
the group for a "fun-filled"
evening of music.
Refreshments will be served.
Hospice training session offered
Pioneer M em orial Home
Health will have a seven-week
training session beginning
W ednesday, Sept. 16. These
evening classes are free and at­
tendees will be under no obliga-
tion to become a hospice volun­
Anyone interested in the train­
ing may contact the office at 676-
2946 for further information.
Hearing screenings scheduled
Education Service District
(ESD) will provide hearing
screening to public elementary
school students including all
kindergarten, first and third
grade students, new students to
the county, and parent, teacher,
or principal referrals of students
in the other grades.
students will be screened on the
following dates listed:
Screenings will be held at A.C.
Houghton Elementary (ACH) in
Irrigon on Wednesday, Sept. 30;
at Sam Boardman Elementary
(SBE) on Thursday, Oct. 15; at
lone on Thursday, Oct. 22; and
at Heppner on Wednesday, Oct.
28. Screenings are all at 9 a.m.
Rechecks will be Tuesday,
Oct. 20 at ACH; Wednesday,
Nov. 4 at SBE; and Monday,
Nov. 9 at lone and Heppner.
The hearing screening is done
by the Umatilla-Morrow ESD
for public school students of
Umatilla and Morrow Counties.
It is cooperatively sponsored by
Approximately 4000 children
will be seen. Children who fail
the initial screening will be re­
screened within a three week
Parents who do not want their
child's hearing to be screened
should notify the school as soon
information concerning the
screening program, contact the
school principal or the Speech,
Department at the Umatilla-
extension 141.
WOSC announces summer honors
Western Oregon University in
Monmouth has announced its
honor roll for the 1998 summer
session. To be on the president’s
list, students must achieve a 4.
grade point average (GPA); honor
roll students must earn a 3.5-3.99
GPA. Following are the local stu­
dents who qualified:
Honor roll-Mark Bird, lone,
and Wendell Kreder, Boardman.
Grains commission plans meeting
The Oregon
Commission will hold a regular
commission meeting, originally
W.C.C.C. GoiT
W.C.C.C. Ladies’ Play
Edde Skow Championship
Tuesday, Sept. 1
Low net of the field: Bunnie
Lindsay, 57.
Low net: first Bunnie Lindsay,
57; second Pat Edmundson, 62;
tied for third-Linda Schultz,
Karen M organ and Betty
Christman, all 63; fourth tied
Deborah Kendrick and Joyce
D inkins, 66, fifth K aren
Wildman, 68.
Chip in: Susan Atkins #12,
Joyce Dinkins #16.
Birdie: Sandi Day #10,Chrisy
Schultz #10.
WCC Club Championship
Sept. 1-2
Low gross of the field: Pat
Edmundson, 157.
Low gross:
first Pat
Edmundson, 157; second tied
Lmda Schultz and Chnsy Schultz,
172, third Karen Wildman, 176,
fourth Karen Morgan, 177.
Chip in: Pat Edmundson #17.
September 15, in Pendleton, on
beginning at 8 a.m. via
conference call.
Commission meetings are open
to the public.
News deadline
5p.m. Monday
Fort Hennrietta Days mix
the old and the new
Scholarship winners released
style dresses from the 20's.
The Gena and Mervyn "Red" be a student at Blue Mountain
College. Both
A mix of old and new is Echo,
The organizers try to keep the
Leonard Scholarship winners Community
Oregon, during the Fort Henrietta crowd in town Saturday after the
have been announced.
and parade by providing a variety of
Scholarship recipients include
Rendezvous each year. This entertainment in and around the
Tina Kemp, Lexington, a
September 12 and 13 Echo will George Park.
student at Eastern Oregon
be alive with the sounds, smells, fiddlers, singers and dancers are
University at LaGrande; and she attends a college out of
sights and tastes of the 15th featured on the program.
Jose Proctor, Heppner, who will state.
The Quilt and Art Shows will
annual event.
The Fort Henrietta Park, a be in the historic Masonic Lodge
National Historic Oregon Trail Hall Saturday and Sunday. The
There's a g a t from oCe teller row
site, will return to the look of the art show is juried and cash prizes
fur-trader era as mountain men are awarded in five categones
who worh§ at the (Bank^oflLO
set up camp. The Rendezvous is plus best of show. A special
J in d she’s having a f i t
one of the high points of this display this year will be a
historic event. In addition nine collection of antique quilt tops
and things it s the pits
buildings in Echo were named to and blocks. The quilt show as
’Cause she ju st turned the (Big 30
the National Register of Historic well as the art show will be
Places, which brings to 10 the judged this year.
Happy (Birthday “Miss Cynthia *
total number of buildings in the Garrard will display a collection
Love, your sisters, and6rother too!
small town on the National quilt blocks. The boosters are
Most of these sponsoring a contest to name the
buildings are in the core most block patterns correctly.
downtown area where Fort Quilts include several that date
Henrietta Days is situated.
from before 1900.
The weekend after Labor Day
Other events include a golf
each year Echo throws all of its tournament, Echo Run, craft
energy into creating a celebration market, VFW cowboy breakfast,
that welcomes home its native VFW auxiliary bazaar and baked
while food sale, VFW giant yard sale,
commemorating the rich history face painting and children's
Monday through Friday
of the community located along games.
the Oregon Trail. The emphasis
For more information contact
Complete Hair Care
is one inexpensive family- the city of Echo at PO Box 426,
oriented entertainment that Echo, OR 97826 or phone (541)
residents and visitors alike can 376-8411 fax (541) 376-8218.
During the celebration, The Farm Credit
Fort Henrietta Park, which is
located on the bank of the elects committee
Umatilla river, will be filled with
Tom Rugg of Pilot Rock and
the tipis of Mountainmen and
Cheri Lovgren
Black Powder enthusiasts. The Gunder Teijeson of Helix,
a Oregon, have been re-elected by
10% off any perm, cut included
Hermiston, Oregon-based Black local stockholders to serve on
Powder club, organizes the the Farm Credit Services Local
This coupon expires Oct. 1, 1998
rendezvous competitions and Advisory Committee. They will
activities. Over $600 worth of represent stockholders who do
prizes will be awarded in events business at the Farm Credit
such as the Tomahawk Throw, Services office in Pendleton.
Tom Rugg and his wife,
Rolling Pin Toss, Frying Pan
Throw, Fire Start, Bean Spitting Maureen, own and operate a
Contest, Spear Throw and Seneca 350-head cow-calf/feeder and
Run. The Seneca Run is a hay operation in the Pilot Rock
mountainman-style competition. area. He has been a Farm Credit
Entrants race along the Umatilla customer for 25 years and an
River bed to set a beaver trap, advisory committee member for
throw a tomahawk, shoot a bow the past six years.
and arrow and discharge a
Gunder Terjeson is a partner
musket. The event is scored on and operator of Teijeson
accuracy and time.
Ranches, a large dryland wheat,
Trade blankets spread with barley and canola operation in
leather goods, historical books, the Helix area. He has been a
hand-made knives and other customer of Farm Credit for 19
years and has served on the
crafts act like a magnet to the
advisory committee for five
young, and provide ah informal
marketplace for visitors and
According to branch manager
Andy VanderPlaat, stockholders
Modem traders also offer their
wares at the craft market in the
city park and at the vendor
booths along the street. Wooden
Teijeson, Helix; and Tim
toys and doodads, bird houses,
Weinke, Pilot Rock; and
needlework, clothing and painted
alternates Joe Rietmann, lone;
saw blades are just a few of the
Donna Rietmann, lone; and
offerings normally found at the
Shannon Rust, Echo.
Craft Market.
The second annual scarecrow
candidates for next year's local
contest offers a $100 grand prize.
advisory committee elections.
Last year 30 entries were
Farm Credit Services provides
scattered along Main Street. The
creativity was astounding with
approximately 19,000 farmers,
entries varying from the winning
sunflower head scarecrow to
Billy Ray Cyrus and from the
producers, and rural home
three little pigs to Elvis.
owners in Montana, Idaho,
The parade is an important
Oregon, Washington and Alaska.
attraction beginning Saturday
morning at 10 a.m. About 40
entries register each year, many
The Morrow County Livestock Growers would like to thank the following
making their only appearance at
1998 Morrow County 4-H and FFA Livestock Auction Supporters:
this parade. Anyone wishing to
participate in the parade should
Vey Ranch
L e s Schw ab
12-H Farm s
be in line for judging by 8:30
Lexington Pum p
W estern Alfalfa
Agri Check
Lunders Suffolk
W estern Farm s
A llison Hay
a.m. Trophies are awarded for
M ader R ust Farm s
W heatland Insurance
Andrew s Equipm ent
first place.
Markel. Inc.
W ilbur Ellis
A niPro
The Roundup City doggers
M onow County Grain Grow ers
W iom un Feed
Auto Cool
M cNam ee Brothers
will perform at 9:30 am in the
Young Logging
R on Baker Hay
M cN am ee Farm s
Bank of Eastern Oregon:
street for assembling parade
Miller & S o n s
T ru ckers
Boardm an. Heppner. Irrigon. lone
M organ R anches
Blair and Dalarie Philippi
Banin Lazer Leveling
The ever popular vintage
Mitch and Tag A shbeck
Scott and Kathy B auska
N evada First Corp
clothing show returns this year.
Hidcrest T ransportation
Tom and A nn Bedortha
Northwest Farm Supply
Beef Northwest Feeders
Local models stroll through the
Northwest Metal Fabricating
BEO Em ployees
Don and Jean Bennett
O regon Trail Veterinary Clinic
park wearing fashions from the
Fran Barnett
Boardm an Auto Repair
Lyle and Virginia Peck
1880's to 1940's. Especially
Michelle Brizinski
Boardm an Pharm acy/Hardw are
Steve and Cam ille Peck
special are the beaded flapper
T rid a C o e
P e g g y 's Place
Al and Jean Brazelt
Back at the Hair Ho tue...
124 Church St., Heppner
John Britt Logging
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A mule clinic will be held in
Hermiston on Sept. 25, 26 and
27,1998. Training will be done
by Brad Cameron of Cameron j
Mule Co. of Corvallis, Montana.
This clinic has both hands-on and spectator
value. If you have a mule, or just interested
in mules at all, please call me
for further information: Bruce Allen
P.O. Box 1664 • Hermiston, OR 97838
Please leave a message on the machine
if I’m not there to answer your call.
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Rick and Shelly Britt
R usty and Cathy Britt
Bob Byrd
C a rs Service Center
C arg ill-Board man
Cart Christm an
Chuckw agon Cate
Jay Cod Fabricating
G ene and Kristi Crowed
Devin Od C o
Double T Farm ing
Ken Eckm an Construction
Elm e r's Irrigation
Farm Credit Services
Farm Equipm ent Headquarters
Finley Buttes Landfid
Fredenckson Farm s
G ar Aviation
G reen Feed and Seed
Green. N ew house and A sso c
Grieb Farm s
G T A Fe e d
H ancock's
Inland Em pire Bank
K e gle r's Sentry Market
G ary Kem p
Kessed John D eere
Kinzua R esou rces
wen a no noomaon
|/UL an /l f)n h ln « fin
I a m k ilfssfcin
Lam e
Pegleg Farm s
Pendleton Grain Grow ers
Pioneer Implement
Pioneer R esources
Pottach Corp.
Pow er City Polaris
R & W Drive In
Keith and Judy R ea
Riekkola Farm s
Riekkota Ranch
Bid Rietm ann
Cecil and Mody Rid
A l and Bonnie R osen b ush
Russell Oil
Safeway. Herm iston
Dick Sargent
Seitz Aviation
The Sh o e Box
Sherred Chevrolet
Sho p N Kart
Sno w McEdigott Ranch
Starvation Farm s
Strebm Farm s
Sudivan Farm s
Sw an so n Ranch
Taggares F a m e
Taylor Farm s
Terra Pom e Farm s
Kite H ealy Thom e
Turner R anches
Twice Upon a Time
VanMarter 8 Kahl
^ n Schotack Ranch
Vicki G raf
Lm da LaR ue
Kevin M cCabe
D onna O sm in
Rhonda W inters
Ken Grieb
Ring men
Ken Bailey
C hris R ausch
D ave Riekkola
Brian Thom pson
OSU Extension Staff
Bid Broderick
Charte Cunded
P hoto grap he rs/H e lp ers
Judy Barber
Sandy Mathew s
Kathy Carlson/Harvey Chdders
C arl Chrtstm an/Debbie Young
Mody Rid
4-H Am bassadors
Je ssica Krebs - J o s * Proctor
M ecy R he a • Knsti W orden