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    TWO - Heppner Gazette-Times, Heppner, Oregon
Wednesday, July 6,, 2016
The Official Newspaper
of the City of Heppner and the County of Morrow
Heppner
GAZETTE-TIMES
U.S.P.S. 240-420
Morrow County’s Home-Owned Weekly Newspaper
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Published weekly by Sykes Publishing, LLC 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 188 W. Willow Street. Telephone (541) 676-
9228. Fax (541) 676-9211. E-mail: editor@rapidserve.net or david@rapidserve.
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Gazette-Times, P.O. Box 337, Heppner, Oregon 97836. Subscriptions: $30 in Morrow
County; $24 senior rate (in Morrow County only; 65 years or older); $36 elsewhere;
$30 student subscriptions.
David Sykes ..............................................................................................Publisher
Andrea Di Salvo ............................................................................................ Editor
All News and Advertising Deadline is Monday at 5 p.m.
For Advertising: advertising deadline is Monday at 5 p.m. Cost for a display ad is $5 per
column inch. Cost for classified ad is 50¢ per word. Cost for Card of Thanks is $10 up to
100 words. Cost for a classified display ad is $5.75 per column inch.
For Public/Legal Notices: public/legal notices deadline is Monday at 5 p.m. Dates for pub-
lication must be specified. Affidavits must be required at the time of submission. Affidavits
require three weeks to process after last date of publication (a sooner return date must be
specified if required).
For Obituaries: Obituaries are published in the Heppner GT at no charge and are edited to
meet news guidelines. Families wishing to include information not included in the guidelines
or who wish to have the obituary written in a certain way must purchase advertising space
for the obituary.
For Letters to the Editor: Letters to the Editor MUST be signed by the author. The Heppner
GT will not publish unsigned letters. All letters MUST include the author’s address and phone
number for use by the GT office. The GT reserves the right to edit letters. The GT is not
responsible for accuracy of statements made in letters. Any letters expressing thanks will
be placed in the classifieds under “Card of Thanks” at a cost of $10.
The View from the Green
Over the Tee Cup
It was a hot, hot day on
June 28 for the 21 women
who teed off at Willow
Creek Country Club. Nancy
Propheter beat the field, if
not the heat, but taking low
gross, while Betty Burns
took low net of the field.
Betty Burns and Bev Stea-
gall tied for least putts of
the field.
For flight A, Virginia
Grant has low gross and
long drive, while Karen
Thompson had low net,
and Della Heideman had
least putts.
For flight B, Sarah
Rucker and Sharon Harri-
son tied for low gross, while
Lorrene Montgomery took
low net and Pat Dougherty
had least putts. Betty Burns
had the long drive.
For flight C, Judy Har-
ris had low gross, Sue Ed-
son had low net, Jackie
Allstott had least putts and
Karen Haguewood had the
long drive.
Virginia Grant had KP
of 16’ 4” on #7 and a chip-
in on #8.
Garden ministry
springs to life
The new Hopeful
Saints Ministry garden, de-
veloped this spring behind
the Lutheran parsonage on
Alfalfa Street, will soon be
providing fresh produce for
members of the community
who can’t grow their own—
whether limited by space,
time or ability.
Assistance with weed-
ing, watering or harvesting
in exchange for produce
will be welcome but is not
necessary, and deliveries
can be arranged for the
home-bound.
Before heading to the
garden, please call the
Shared Ministry office at
541-676-9970 to inquire
about the availability of
Obituaries
James C. ‘Jim’ Benson
James C. “Jim” Ben- Kinzua, OR, then moved to
son, 60, of Boardman, died Heppner when the Kinzua
mill shut down. He
Monday, June 27,
worked at Kinzua
2016 at Good Shep-
Pine Mill in Hep-
herd Medical Center
pner for a time be-
in Hermiston. A me-
fore moving to Bat-
morial service will
tle Mountain, NV
be announced at a
where he worked for
later date.
over 20 years as an
He was born James C.
September 21, 1955 “Jim” Benson equipment operator
in gold mining.
at Weiser, ID, the
In 2003 Jim returned to
son of Clarence and Betty
Emert Benson. Jim was Morrow County, settling in
raised in the mill town of Boardman to be closer to
family and the Columbia
River. He was employed by
the City of Boardman. He
established a relationship
with Beverly Crum and the
couple was recently mar-
ried at Boardman.
He was an avid out-
doorsman, enjoying hunt-
ing and fishing, especially
for sturgeon in the Colum-
bia River.
Survivors include his
wife Beverly Benson;
daughters, Jessica (Walter)
and Alison (Isaac); broth-
ers Ronald and Richard; a
sister Nancy; 11 grandchil-
dren; and several nieces and
nephews.
He was preceded in
death by his parents, Betty
and Clarence “JR” Benson.
Memorial contributions
may be made to the Ione
Education Foundation, PO
Box 61, Ione, OR 97843.
Sweeney Mortuary of
Heppner is in charge of ar-
rangements.
Elizabeth Mae ‘Betty’ Bailey
Elizabeth Mae “Betty”
Bailey, 79, of Heppner died
Friday, June 24, 2016 at her
home. A memorial service
will be held Saturday, July
9, at 11 a.m. at the Heppner
Nazarene Church. A pot-
luck will follow the service.
She was born June 16,
1937 at Reedsburg, WI, the
daughter of Ray and Ethel
Goodell Rose. She was
raised and attended school
in Wisconsin, before mov-
ing to Oregon. On May 9,
1964 she married Charles
L. Bailey at The Dalles,
OR. The couple made their
home in Heppner. He pre-
ceded her in death in Au-
gust of 2013.
Betty was an active
member of the Heppner
Garden Club. She enjoyed
working in her yard and
growing flowers and had
received the Yard of the
Month Award from the
Garden Club. She was also
a member of the Nazarene
Church in Heppner. She
enjoyed reading and loved
to dance.
Memorial contribu-
tions may be made to the
Heppner Nazarene Church,
PO Box 644, Heppner, OR
97836.
Sweeney Mortuary of
Heppner is in charge of ar-
rangements.
~ Letters to the Editor ~
Funeral Notices
The Heppner Gazette Times will print all letters to the Editor with the following
criteria met: letters submitted to the newspaper will need to have the name
of the sender along with a legible signature. We are also requesting that you
provide your address and a phone number where you can be reached. The
address and phone number will only be used for verification and will not be
printed in the newspaper. Letters may not be libelous. The GT reserves the
right to edit. The GT is not responsible for accuracy of statements made in
letters. Any letters expressing thanks will be placed in the classifieds under
“Card of Thanks” at a cost of $10.
Frances E. “Sis” Papineau Beck—Frances E. “Sis”
Papineau Beck of Hermiston, OR, was born on Febru-
ary 8, 1927 in Austin, OR. She died on July 1, 2016 in
Hermiston at the age of 89 years. A graveside funeral
service will be held on Saturday, July 9, at 10 a.m. at the
Lexington Cemetery, Lexington. Please sign the online
guest book at burnsmortuaryhermiston.com. Burns Mor-
tuary of Hermiston is in charge of arrangements.
Misplaced mail
To the Editor:
I ordered a package and had it delivered to the post
office; it was received by the local post office but I never
received it or a notice that I had a package.
I was first told that I may have misplaced it and then
maybe it was put in someone else’s box. Then I was told
to contact the company and maybe they would send me
another one. This is not the company’s fault nor mine.
It’s the post office’s fault.
If you received a package by mistake that was ad-
dressed to me, would you please return it to me.
Thank you,
LaRae Kindle, Heppner
Advance directive
workshop planned
for Tuesday
Heppner Church of the Nazarene will host a public
workshop on advance health care directives next Tuesday,
July 12, at 6:30 p.m.
An advance health care directive, also known as a
living will, personal directive, advance directive, medi-
cal directive or advance decision, is a legal document in
which a person specifies what actions should be taken for
their health if they are no longer able to make decisions
for themselves.
Robin Warren, Pioneer Memorial Home Health and
Hospice Director, will speak on the language and mechan-
ics of advance directives and give hands-on advice on
filling out advance directive forms to make your wishes
known.
Everyone is welcome. The church is located at 335
Gilmore St., Heppner.
produce or any help needed.
Signs will also be posted
around town as various
crops mature throughout
the summer.
This garden project
was made possible in part
by a grant from the Oregon
Synod of the Evangelical
Lutheran Church in Amer-
ica, and the donation of la-
bor and materials by many
members of the Shared
Ministry.
It is intended to sup-
plement the twice-yearly
Aaron Auer from R.O.A.R Ministries will be avail-
food boxes filled by lo-
able for a potluck meet and greet at the Lexington Grange
cal churches and distrib-
this Thursday, July 7, at 7 p.m. Auer will speak on the
uted at All Saints Episcopal
history of Oregon, as well as the future of the state. Auer
Church, no questions asked,
An error was made in last week’s story regarding the Ione is visiting Morrow County as part of his 36-county tour
to anyone in need.
Texas Hold ‘Em poker tournament that took place Saturday, of Oregon.
Correction
Auer to speak at
Lexington Grange
June 25. First place went to Brian Doherty with second place
to Tim Patton rather than first to Patton and second to Doherty
as was reported. Pictured from L-R: Marvin Padberg, poker
tournament chairman; Brian Doherty, first place; Tim Pat-
ton, second place; Terry Snyder, third place; Virgil Morgan,
fourth place. Event coordinators reported a small turn-out but
United Methodist Church volunteers will serve lunch
a “fabulous time,” and said they were able to present the Ione
Fourth of July with a “very nice contribution to the cause.” on Wednesday, July 13, at St. Patrick’s Senior Center.
-Contributed photo
Lunch will include ham, bacon or sausage; scrambled
Community lunch
menu
Wedding Tables
Jared Headman &
Latosha Bowles
August 20, 2016
TRY OUR YO CREAM
MANGO FLAVOR!!!
MARK YOUR CALENDAR!
MURRAY'S WINE TASTING
THURSDAY, AUGUST 18TH
Saturday & Sunday
Breakfast Buffet
A.Y.C.E. ONLY $7.95
FROM 8AM-11AM
Or until
gone!
PRIME RIB $21.95 or
NY STEAK $19.95
every Saturday night
Reservations are Required
THIS SUNDAY'S MEAL WILL BE
Prime Rib
Sandwich
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eggs; hash browns; citrus salad; sliced tomatoes; biscuits
and gravy; and spiced pears.
Milk is served at each meal. Suggested donation is
$3.50 per meal. Menu is subject to change.
90TH BIRTHDAY
OPEN HOUSE FOR:
HENRY KREBS
Everyone Welcome!
Sunday July 10th
lone American
Legion Hall
1:00pm - 5:00pm
Hostesses: Robin Krebs, Roni Krebs, Penny Krebs,
Jane Krebs Brinkman, Rosanne Jewett
Card Shower:
Henry R. Krebs
P.O. Box 336
Ione, OR 97843
Krebs: 541-422-7108