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    TWO - Heppner Gazette-Times, Heppner, Oregon
Wednesday, January 3, 2018
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
Obituaries
Hershel (Hershey)
V. Siron
Hershel (Hershey) V.
Siron - Surrounded by
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his loved ones, Hershel V.
Siron passed away at his
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
home in Gresham after a
paid at Heppner, Oregon. Office at 188 W. Willow Street. Telephone (541) 676-
long bat-
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Gazette-Times, P.O. Box 337, Heppner, Oregon 97836. Subscriptions: $31 in Morrow
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Dec. 6,
$31 student subscriptions.
David Sykes ..............................................................................................Publisher
2017.
Bobbi Gordon................................................................................................ Editor
Her-
All News and Advertising Deadline is Monday at 5 p.m.
shey was
For Advertising: advertising deadline is Monday at 5 p.m. Cost for a display ad is $5.25 per
Hershel V.
born in
column inch. Cost for classified ad is 50¢ per word. Cost for Card of Thanks is $10 up to
Siron
Gresh-
100 words. Cost for a classified display ad is $6.05 per column inch.
For Public/Legal Notices: public/legal notices deadline is Monday at 5 p.m. Dates for pub-
am, OR,
lication must be specified. Affidavits must be required at the time of submission. Affidavits
on March 15, 1932. The
require three weeks to process after last date of publication (a sooner return date must be
youngest son of Marion
specified if required).
Brooks Siron and Catherine
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
Shobe, he attended Gresh-
or who wish to have the obituary written in a certain way must purchase advertising space
am Union High School
for the obituary.
where he met the love of his
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
life, Bethine Fetters.
number for use by the GT office. The GT reserves the right to edit letters. The GT is not
After high school, Her-
responsible for accuracy of statements made in letters. Any letters expressing thanks will
shey
served in the U.S. Air
be placed in the classifieds under “Card of Thanks” at a cost of $10.
Force and was stationed
at the U.S. Air Base on
the Island of The Azores.
After being discharged, he
worked commercial con-
struction in the San Fran-
Holly Rebekah Lodge will host its monthly pinochle cisco area.
card party at the lodge hall in Lexington on Saturday,
Nearly 50 years after
Jan. 6. Play will start at 7 p.m. The cost is $5 per person; their initial meeting, Her-
snacks and prizes will be provided.
shey and Bethine recon-
nected at a family picnic
and were married on Sept.
1, 2001. He happily settled
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Holly Rebekah Lodge
to host pinochle
Advantage Dental
Clinics reopen
Heppner clinic
Advantage Dental
Clinics will be reopening its
Heppner dental clinic effec-
tive Jan. 2, 2018. The clinic
was closed in September of
2017 for remodeling. There
will be two dentists work-
ing out of this location, Dr.
Joseph Sharon and Dr. John
Waite.
A spokesperson for
Advantage Dental states
they are looking forward
to providing dental services
to Heppner residents. The
Heppner clinic can be con-
tacted at 866-468-0022 to
schedule an appointment.
Heppner library
lists Dec. books
The Oregon Trail Li-
brary District Heppner
Branch has announced the
following new books for
December 2017:
Fiction: A Christmas
Railway Mystery – Edward
Marston, A Gentleman in
Moscow – Amor Towles,
Past Perfect – Danielle
Steel, Sing, Unburied Sing
– Jesmyn Ward, The People
vs. Alex Cross – James Pat-
terson, Hardcore Twenty
Four – Janet Evanovich,
The Vanishing Season –
Joanna Schaffhausen,
Someone to Wed –
Mary Balogh, Daring Duval
– Max Brand, The Driver –
Hart Hanson, Hell Hath No
Fury – Charles West, The
Raven’s Honor – Johnny
D. Boggs. The House by
the Lake – Ella Carey, Stay
With Me – Ayobami Ade-
bayo, Enemy of the State
– Kyle Mills, Rabbit Cake
– Annie Hartnett, Sisters
– Lily Tuck, The Fortunes
– Peter Ho Davies.
Non-Fiction: Knits &
Pieces – Danielle Holke,
Sisters First – Jenna Bush
Hager, The Doodle Revolu-
tion – Sunni Brown.
Audio books: The
Uncommon Type – Tom
Hanks.
NOW
HIRING
DRIVERS
into life with his sweet-
heart, spending his time
traveling, gardening, and
being an active member of
the LDS Church. Though
Hershey had no children,
he considered Prudence
Jayne (PJ) Nicklaus to be
his adopted daughter.
In his own words, Her-
shey, “lived by the Golden
Rule most of his life. He
loved most everybody he
ever met and, in return, got
their love back. If he had to
do it all over, he wouldn’t
change a thing. He loved
each of you while he was
here and he’ll love Bethine
for all eternity.”
Hershey is survived
by his wife, Bethine (Fet-
ters) Siron, his brother Hart
Siron, PJ Nicklaus, and her
young daughter, Cindy. He
was preceded in death by
his parents, eldest brother,
Harley Siron and his first
wife, Helen. Memorial ser-
vices will be held at the
LDS church at 22801 S.E.
Stark St. in Gresham on
Jan. 13, 2018 at 11 a.m. He
will be privately interred at
Gresham Memorial Cem-
etery.
Community lunch
menu
All Saints, Hope and Valby volunteers will serve
lunch on Wednesday, Jan. 10, at St. Patrick’s Senior
Center. Lunch will be baked chicken, mashed potatoes
and gravy, carrot salad, parmesan Brussel sprouts, hot
rolls and raspberry mousse for dessert.
Milk is served at each meal. Suggested donation is
$3.50 per meal. Menu is subject to change.
Don E. Anderson
Don E. Anderson, 85,
of Arlington, passed away
Jan. 1, 2018 surrounded by
family in Heppner. A grave-
side service will be held on
Monday, Jan. 8 at 11 a.m. at
the Arlington Cemetery in
Arlington, OR. A reception
will follow at the Gronquist
Building in Arlington.
He was born May 30,
1932, the only son of Edgar
and Margaret McKinney
Anderson. He grew up
on the family ranch in the
Blalock Canyon area near
Arlington that was home-
steaded in 1888. He at-
tended school in Arlington,
graduating from Arlington
High School in 1950. Don
served in the United States
Army from 1953-1955,
stationed in Fort Hood, TX.
He stayed in contact with
many of his Army buddies
throughout his life.
Besides the wheat and
cattle ranch, Don’s only real
hobby in his younger years
was the occasional week-
end rodeo. That hobby led
him to the Morrow County
Fair and Rodeo where he
met rodeo queen, Patricia
Ann Wright. They were
married Nov. 30, 1957. Don
and Patricia combined their
family ranches which are
still in operation today.
Don enjoyed good
horses and cattle. He was
recognized as the lifetime
commercial cattleman hon-
oree at the Western Nugget
Nation Hereford Show in
2005 by the Western States
Hereford Association. In
1990 and 1991 he was se-
lected by the American Her-
eford Association to judge
Hereford carloads at the
National Western Livestock
Show in Denver, CO. Don
also enjoyed watching high
school and college sporting
events, traveling to hereford
bull sales and visiting with
people in
the live-
stock in-
dustry.
He was
a member Don E.
of the Ore- Anderson
gon Cattle-
man’s As-
sociation, Oregon Wheat
Growers League and Con-
don Elks Lodge #1869
and was active with the
Arlington Saddle Club for
many years.
Survivors include
daughter, Tami Rietmann
and her husband Mark of
Heppner; son, Brad Ander-
son and his wife Sally of
Arlington; granddaughters,
Shelly McCabe and her hus-
band Adam of Ione, Shanna
Sallee and her husband
Mike of Hermiston and
Tatianna Taylor of Hood
River; great-grandchildren,
Anson McCabe and Tessa
Sallee; and friend Cheryl
Thomas of Hood River. He
was preceded in death by
his wife Patricia and his
parents.
Memorial contributions
may be made to the Arling-
ton Education Foundation,
PO Box 451, Arlington, OR
97812 or to Pioneer Memo-
rial Hospice, PO Box 9,
Heppner, OR 97836.
Sweeney Mortuary of
Heppner is in care of ar-
rangements.
Changes to Oregon’s bottle deposit and
redemption system begin Jan. 1
Starting January 1,
2018, most beverages in
sealed plastic, aluminum,
and glass containers be-
tween four ounces and 1.5
liters will be charged a
10-cent deposit and the
containers will be eligible
for redemption. This means
that many new beverages,
like ciders, sports drinks,
coffees, and teas will be
part of Oregon’s innovative
bottle bill.
“The expansion of the
bottle bill that starts on
Jan. 1 is an important step
toward bringing the suc-
cess of the bottle bill in line
with the kinds of products
that are out there today,
keeping more litter out of
Oregon’s beautiful natural
areas, and making sure that
those containers are getting
recycled,” said Jules Bailey,
Chief Stewardship Officer
of the Oregon Beverage
Recycling Cooperative.
The rule of thumb for
deciding if the container is
covered by the change is
generally, if you can pour
it and drink it, it’s covered
unless it’s one of the specifi-
cally excluded beverages
(distilled spirits, wine, milk,
infant formula, and meal
replacement beverages).
As many new contain-
ers come in to the bottle
deposit and redemption
Morrow County Road Dept. would like to
remind all motorists there will be NO winter
maintenance on Coalmine hill (USFS Route 53)
For the rest of the County winter maintenance practices
include applying deicing agent, plowing and sanding. The
combination of practices used at each site may
vary to accommodate the different climate,
traffic and storm conditions encountered.
Please use extreme caution and common
sense. They will do their best and would
appreciate your patience.
Driving in the snow and ice requires
a certain set of driving skills that some
residents rarely get to use.
HERE ARE SOME THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND:
♦ Check road conditions on
your route before you go at
TripCheck or by dialing 511.
Plan your trip accordingly.
♦ Allow extra time to get
where you’re going. Travel is
going to be slow.
♦ Allow extra stopping dis-
tance. There is less traction
on slick, snowy roads.
♦ Brake gently to avoid skid-
ding or sliding. If the wheels
lock up, ease off the brakes.
♦ Carry chains and know
how to use them.
M.C. PUBLIC WORKS
541-989-9500.
♦ Make sure your vehicle is
in top operating conditions,
with clean headlights, good
brakes, working windshield
wipers and good tires.
♦ Slow down when ap-
proaching off-ramps, bridges
and shady spots where the
snow often lingers longer.
♦ Turn on your headlights to
increase your visibility.
♦ Be prepared for delays.
Make sure you have water,
blankets, a full tank of gas…
and plenty of patience!
♦ If you feel tired or if road
conditions get rough, don’t
be afraid to stop for the night.
system, Oregon Bottle Drop
Redemption Centers will
continue to offer three easy
ways for people to return
containers and reclaim their
deposit.
1. Sign up for an ac-
count at a BottleDrop Re-
demption Center, fill up
green bags with your con-
tainers, drop them at one
of our locations, and we’ll
credit your account.
2. Take your containers
to a BottleDrop Redemp-
tion Center and return up to
350 containers per person
per day using our fast, easy,
and clean reverse vending
machines. Collect your cash
on the spot.
3. Take up to 50 con-
tainers per person per day
to a BottleDrop location for
a hand count.
The refund value on all
beverages included in Ore-
gon’s Bottle Bill is 10 cents
regardless of what is writ-
ten on the label. Manufac-
turers have until January 1,
2019 to include the 10-cent
refund value on containers
for the new beverages.
Catholic men to hold
first Friday meeting
The men of St. Patrick’s Catholic Church of Hep-
pner and St. William’s Catholic Church of Ione will hold
their First Friday of the month meeting on Friday, Jan.
5 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.
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