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    TWO - Heppner Gazette-Times, Heppner, Oregon
Wednesday, August 2, 2017
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 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-
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David Sykes ..............................................................................................Publisher
Andrea Di Salvo ............................................................................................ Editor
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Edward Ladd Martin
Edward Ladd Martin,
66, of Condon died Friday,
July 28, 2017. A memo-
rial service will take place
Saturday, Aug. 5, at 11 a.m.
at the Condon Elks Lodge.
He was born April 30,
1951 in Stockton, CA to
Wilma Ladd and Manuel
Ed was raised on the
family ranch of his grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
S. Ladd Sr, a pioneer fam-
ily of San Joaquin County,
outside of Stockton, where
he went to Collegeville
Grammar School. Later
Ed and Wilma moved to
Pacific Grove, CA, where
he graduated from Pacific
Grove Grammar School,
and then graduated from
Pacific Grove High School,
where he was on the golf
In 1969 they moved to
Clovis, CA, where Ed at-
tended Fresno State.
Wilma and Ed decided
to buy the ranch outside USDA-ARS as a market an-
of Condon, OR to be near alyst in Greeley, CO. This
Wilma’s brother and
position then moved
sister- in-law, Elmer
the Martins to Ama-
and Lorraine Ladd
rillo, TX. In 1991
Jr. and family, who
Ed moved his fam-
lived in Ione.
ily to Idaho, where
In 1971 Ed and
Ed managed a row
Wilma began rais-
crop and hop farm.
ing cattle and wheat.
1994 they moved
Ed was an active Edward Ladd to Bonanza, OR,
member in the com- Martin
where Ed worked
munity, especially
as an assistant man-
the Condon Elks Lodge. ager for a local farm store.
It was there where he met
All throughout the time
Denise. After dating a few his kids were growing, Ed
years they married on June devoted his time to helping
3, 1978. They lived and his kids with sports and fol-
worked on the ranch until lowing their sports teams.
1984. During that time He had a true passion for
they became proud parents helping his sons grow into
of Travis in 1980 and Kyle men he was proud of as well
in 1982.
as any friends of his boys.
In 1984, the Martin Ed guided and mentored
family moved to Corvallis, any youth who needed it.
OR to allow Ed the oppor- Many of the friends of his
tunity to finish his college boys consider him a father.
degree at Oregon State Uni-
In 2003 Ed and Denise
versity. Upon completion of moved back to the ranch in
his degree, Ed got a job with
Artists wanted for
The View from the Green
the Morrow County
Over the Tee Cup
The Morrow County
Creative Arts and Crafts
(MCCAC) club requests
that all county artists bring
in their current artwork for
entry at this year’s county
Artists may enter oil,
acrylics, watercolor paint-
ings, scratchboard, sculp-
tures, pencil and charcoal,
palette knife and colored
pencil artwork. Also in-
cluded is a special exhibitor
class for those who are do-
ing class artwork.
Exhibits can be entered
on Monday, Aug. 14, from
1 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the fair
“We look forward to
seeing your artistic ideas
and some great competi-
tion from all of Morrow
County,” said one MCCAC
member. “We hope to see
you there.”
Eighteen women teed
off for a nice day of golf on
Tuesday, July 25, at Willow
Creek Country Club.
Low gross of the field
went to Nancy Propheter,
with a tie between Betty
Burns and Shirley Martin
for low net. Pat Edmundson
and Sharon Harrison tied
for least putts.
For flight A, Corol
Mitchell had low gross and
Virginia Grant low net.
For flight B, Judy Har-
ris had low gross, Karen
Haguewood low net and Pat
Dougherty least putts.
For flight C, Bunny
Lindsay had low gross, Kris
Lindner and Bev Steagall
low net, and Lorrene Mont-
gomery least putts.
In other events, Bev
Steagall had the long putt
on #14, Nancy Propheter
had KP on #11, Pat Ed-
mundson had a chip-in on
#18 and Nancy Propheter
had a birdie on #18.
The annual WCCC
couples tournament will
take place this weekend,
Aug. 4-6.
Loop to run eclipse
WCCC Sunday
men’s play results
Condon. Ed went to work at
M and A and started raising
club calves. In December
2016, Ed retired from M
and A and began working
solely on the ranch as well
as enjoying his retirement
with his wife, sons and
Ed is proceeded in
death by his mother, Wilma
Ladd; his father, Manuel
Martin; his uncle, Elmer
Ladd; and his aunt, Lor-
raine Ladd.
He is survived by his
wife, Denise Martin; his
sons, Travis and wife Mona
Martin, and Kyle and wife
Katie Martin; and his pre-
cious granddaughters,
Shannon and Addison.
Memorial contributions
can be made in his name
to Condon Elks Lodge,
Providence St. Mary’s Re-
hab Center in Walla Walla,
WA and United Church of
Christ in Condon.
Death Notices
Carolyn Paris—Carolyn Paris, 76, of Heppner
passed away July 26, 2017 in Milton-Freewater, OR. She
was born July 8, 1941. Munselle-Rhodes Funeral Home
in Milton-Freewater in charge of arrangements.
Patricia Pettyjohn—Patricia Pettyjohn, 93, of Con-
don died July 28, 2017 at Mid-Columbia Medical Center
in The Dalles, OR. A memorial luncheon will be held
Saturday, Aug. 5, at 11:30 a.m. in the Ione Community
Church. A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday,
Aug. 5, at 5 p.m. in Olney Cemetery. All are welcome to
attend. Please sign the online guestbook at burnsmortu-
Grief support group
suspends meetings
during summer
The Loop Morrow County Transportation will have
a bus to take people to the Morrow-Grant OHV Park on
Aug. 21 for viewing of the eclipse.
The bus will leave the Morrow County Fairgrounds,
Thirteen participated in men’s play at Willow Creek
74473 Hwy. 74, Heppner, at 7 a.m. and return after the Country Club on Sunday, July 30. Results are as follows:
eclipse has passed.
Gross—1 st , Greg Grant, 63; 2 nd , Ron Bowman, 65;
Anyone wanting to ride the bus should give Anita 3 , Tim Wright, 69.
Pranger at The Loop office a call at 541-676-LOOP (5667)
Net—1 st , Ralph Walker, 57; 2 nd /3 rd , Dave Pranger/
to reserve a seat. Seats are limited.
Steve Marlatt, 58.
Special Events—KP 2 nd Shot #6/15, Ron Bowman,
3”; least putts, Ralph Walker, 24.
Next weekend will be the annual WCCC couples
tournament, so there will be no Sunday men’s play. The
next regular play will be Aug. 13, and Rick Britt, Rod
Wilson and Tim Wright will host.
The Heppner grief support group will not hold
meetings this summer; meetings will resume in October.
Group facilitators say that, though they have some plans
for future presentations, they would appreciate ideas and
suggestions for upcoming meetings.
Please call Jean Ann Adams or Mary Ann Elguezabal
with any questions or ideas.
The Oregon Trail Library District Heppner Branch
has announced the following new books for July 2017:
Fiction: The Fix – David Baldacci; Into the Water –
Paul Hawkins; Camino Island – John Grisham; Love Story
– Karen Kingsbury; Miranda and Caliban – Jacqueline
Carey; and The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo – Taylor
On July 22 there were
Jenkins Reid.
stars in the sky and, on the
Non-Fiction: A Dog in the Cave – Kay Frydenborg. ground, the Willow Creek
Country Club golf course
was all aglow in prepara-
tion for the annual glow ball
Eighteen people attend-
ed to enjoy the warm eve-
ning out and try to golf in
the dark. The group played
lawn games and had putting
activities, as well as snacks
to keep them busy until the
The meal at the Murray’s Drug annual beer and wine
tasting event at the Morrow County Fair will be catered
by Heppner Chamber of Commerce this year. As in year’s
past, the event will take place Thursday during fair week,
Aug. 18. The dinner will go from 6-8 p.m.
The dinner will be prepared by Alvin Liu of Gateway
Café and will support the Heppner chamber. The menu
will include meat lasagna, green salad, a roll, a cookie
and bottled water. The cost is $10 per person for adults
and children 12 years of age and older, and $5 for children
11 years and younger.
Everyone is invited to stay and enjoy the beer and
wine tasting and the lineup of entertainment planned for
the event.
Heppner library
new books for July
WCCC all aglow for
night tournament
course was dark enough to
see the lights.
The game was played
as a two-person scramble.
There was a three-way tie
with a combined score of
36 for first place between
Scott and Rick Johnston,
Tony and Tiffany Clem-
ent, and Casey and Cody
Fletcher. Trent Smith and
Cason Mitchell won sec-
ond place with a combined
score of 37.
♥ Wedding Tables ♥
Chad Doherty &
Rachel Develter &
Alicia Putnam
Christopher Bailey
August 26, 2017
August 26, 2017
Chris Sykes & Stephanie Cutsforth &
Rachel Parm
Taylor Hodges
September 23, 2017 August 25, 2017
Heppner chamber
to cater beer and
wine tasting
Chamber lunch
The next lunch meeting
of the Heppner Chamber
of Commerce will be an all
entities report on Thursday,
Aug. 3, in the Heppner City
Hall conference room.
Cost of lunch is $10;
Willow Creek Diner will
cater. Chamber lunch at-
tendees are required to
RSVP at 541-676-5536
no later than the Tuesday
before to guarantee food
and seating.
The meeting location
is accessible to persons
with disabilities. A request
for accommodations for
persons with disabilities
should be made at least 48
hours before the meeting to
Sheryll Bates at 541-676-
11 AM-1PM
217 North Main St., Heppner • Phone 676-9158 • Floral 676-9426
Food - Crafts - Storytime
Special Visitor
Prizes for SRP participants
Boardman 541-481-2665 Heppner 541-676-9964 Irrigon 541-922-0138