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TWO - Heppner Gazette-Times, Heppner, Oregon
Wednesday, September 2, 2015
The Official Newspaper
of the City of Heppner and the County of Morrow
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The View from the Green
Over the Tee Cup
The weather was sun-
ny but smoky for the 16
women who turned out for
the Willow Creek Country
Club ladies’ play day on
Tuesday, Aug. 25.
Low gross of the field
was taken by Virginia
Grant. Low net of the field
went to Jan Paustian, and
Betty Burns had least putts.
Karen Thompson had
low gross for flight A. Vir-
ginia Grant had KP.
On flight B, Pat Dough-
erty had low gross, long
drive and KP, while Lor-
rene Montgomery had low
net. Least putts was a tie
between Sharon Harrison
and Shirley Martin.
For flight C, Bev Stea-
gall had low gross and KP,
while Sue Edson had low
net, Kathy martin least
putts and Jackie Allstott
In other events, Pat
Dougherty had a chip-in
and a birdie on #17, and
Jan Paustian had a birdie
The weather was beau-
tiful and sunny on Sept.
1 for the 20 women who
played at WCCC. Pat Ed-
mundson and Nancy Proph-
eter tied for low gross of the
field and Bev Steagall took
low net. Judy Harris had
least putts of the field.
For flight A, Eva
Kilkenny had low gross
and Virginia Grant low net.
For flight B, Sarah
Rucker had low gross,
Shirley Martin low net and
Betty Burns least putts.
For flight C, Jackie
Allstott had low gross, low
net was a tie between Kris
Lindner and Karen Hague-
wood, and Nancy Arnson
and Kathy Martin tied for
Nancy Arnson also had
a chip=-in on #5.
The Eddie Skow Tour-
nament is planned for next
week, Sept. 8-9.
WCCC Sunday men’s
in men’s play on Sunday,
Aug. 30, at Willow Creek
Country Club. Results are
Gross—1 st , Greg Grant,
62; 2 nd /3 rd , Ron Bowman/
Barry Munkers, 66.
Net—1 st , Dale Holland,
49; 2 nd /3 rd , Stacy Wilson/
Tom Shear, 55.
There were no special
The next men’s play
will be on Sunday, Sept.
6, hosted by Tom Shear,
Scott Burright and John
Chris Guardado and Chelsie Morter.
Roger and Carla Morter
of Heppner announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Chelsie Morter, to Chris
Guardado of Quartz Hill,
Chelsie is a graduate of
Hermiston Christian School
in Hermiston and Vanguard
University in Costa Mesa,
CA. She is currently em-
ployed as a coach at Crossfit
Chris is the son of
George and Mariah Guar-
dado of Quartz Hill. He
graduated from Quartz Hill
High School before obtain-
ing a degree from Brooks
College in Long Beach,
CA. He works as market-
ing and creative director
for Progenex USA in Costa
The couple will ex-
change vows Nov. 6, 2015
at the Muckenthaler Man-
sion in Fullerton, CA.
Boardman quilt show
coming in October
Jorie Lynn Heath—Ryan and Catherine Heath
of Pendleton announce the birth of a daughter, Jo-
rie Lynn Heath. She
was born August 6,
2015 at 1:28 a.m. She
weighed 5 pounds, 11
ounces and was 19
parents are Rita Hi-
att of Pendleton and
the late Larry Heath
of Heppner. Mater-
nal grandparents are Jorie Lynn Heath
Craig Hams of Ione
and Theresa Crawford of Heppner.
Great-grandparents are Wayne and Dianna Hams of
Ione, Susan Lindemuth of Anchorage, AK, and Dick and
Marcia Voorhees of Port Orchard, WA.
Anson Adam McCabe—Adam and Shelley McCabe
of Ione announce the birth of a son, Anson Adam McCabe.
Anson was born Au-
gust 23, 2015 at 5:10
p.m. He weighed 8
pounds, 5 ounces
and was 20.25 inches
Ashley and Cathy
McCabe of Ione and
Mark and Tami Ri-
etmann of Heppner.
Anson Adam McCabe
are Carolyn Hall, Heppner; Alvin and Deanne McCabe,
Apache Junction, AZ; Bill Rietmann, Ione; and Don
Catholic men to hold
First Friday meeting
The men of St. Patrick’s Catholic Church of Heppner
and St. William’s Catholic Church of Ione will hold their
first Friday of the month meeting on Sept. 4 at the parish
office in Heppner. The meeting will start at 6:45 a.m. and
will be followed by First Friday Mass at 7:30 a.m.
First Friday Friends
of Jesus resumes this
First Friday Friends of Friday of each month dur-
Jesus resumes this week ing the school year, and is
on Friday, Sept. 4, at a new held at the parish hall of the
time—from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Episcopal church (corner of
Parents who need to get to Church and Gale Streets in
work before 9 a.m. may Heppner).
drop off their children after
All community chil-
8 a.m. for supervised play- dren ages four to 12 are
time by calling the church invited to a morning filled
office in advance.
with Bible stories, games,
This monthly event crafts and a free lunch.
The Boardman quilt show’s 2015 raffle quilt being held by
is offered by the Shared More information is avail-
Cheryl Tallman. –Contributed photo
Ministry of Hope Lutheran able by calling the Shared
Boardman’s 11 an- Shankle.
Quilters may enter a Church and All Saints Epis- Ministry office at 541-676-
nual quilt show is coming
Friday and Saturday, Oct. quilt by getting entry forms copal Church on the first 9970.
9 and 10, from 10 a.m. to from Aunty Ida’s Quilt
4 p.m. It will be held at the Shop in Hermiston, or con-
Boardman Senior Center, tact Kathy Morgan at 541-
100 Tatone Street (next to 314-2150 or midnite_kat@
hotmail.com for entry forms
Lunch will be served or more information.
The Boardman quilting
with pie, and there will be
door prizes, vendors and group makes quilts that are
AWANA Bible Club for toppings.
a raffle quilt. The local given to some local orga-
AWANA is an interna-
ages three through
featured quilter is Marge nizations.
the sixth grade will start tional program that features
up Thursday night, Sept. games, lessons and music
10, at Willow Creek Bap- to teach children about the
tist Church, 560 N. Minor Bible. Preschoolers are in
Street in Heppner. Registra- the Cubbies group, kin-
tion will start at 6:30 p.m. dergarten through second
The next lunch meeting of the Heppner Chamber of A parent or guardian needs grade are in the Sparks
Commerce will be an all entities report on Thursday, Sept. to be there to fill out the pa- Club, and grades three to
3, at noon in the Heppner City Hall conference room. Cost perwork for club members. six are in the Truth and
of lunch is $10; Howe’s About Pizza will cater. Chamber Uniforms and books will be Training (T&T) group.
lunch attendees are asked to RSVP at 541-676-5536 no available to purchase, and
The local club com-
later than the Wednesday before to guarantee a lunch.
past members can turn in bines leaders from five
old uniforms for a refund. local churches and meets
After registration and on Thursday nights from
a short introductory time, 6:30 – 8 p.m. until in mid-
ice cream will be served April. All area children are
with hot fudge and other welcome attend.
Willow Creek Church volunteers will serve lunch on
Wednesday, Sept. 9, at St. Patrick’s Senior Center. Lunch
will include pork chops, mashed potatoes and gravy, green
beans, cucumbers and onions, hot rolls, and root beer float
cake. Milk is served at each meal. Suggested donation is
$3.50 per meal. Menu is subject to change.
The Lexington Grange will meet today, Sept. 2, at
the Grange Hall.
The evening will begin at 6 p.m. with social hour and
Bingo; participants who bring a treat to share will get a
Celebration for Jim and Lola Pettyjohn free Bingo game card. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m.
Members are encouraged to show up and check out
Sunday, September 6
the new windows recently installed, as well as to bring
Open House 2-4
in their completed questionnaires.
Irrigon Fellowship Center
Seventh-day Adventist Church
205 Tumbleweed Blvd, Irrigon
Ice cream sundae
night to kick off
AWANA Sept. 10
bag sale this week
The Neighborhood Center $10 bag sale is this
Wednesday, Sept. 2. The sale includes all clothing and meeting
shoes. Items on the tables are 50 percent off the sticker
Hours of operation are 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The
food pantry is open Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m. to
4 p.m. the Neighborhood Center is located at 441 N Main
Street, Heppner (across from the library).
meeting date changed
The Lexington Town Council has announced that its menu
monthly council meeting has been moved from Sept. 8
to Sept. 9. Meetings are held at 7 p.m.
Look who's 50!
Lexington Grange to
Friends and Family invited to attend!
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