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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 2015
Donavon L. ‘Don’ Craven
Sept. 25, 1940-April 2, 2015
Donavon L. “Don” Craven, 74, of Umatilla died Thurs-
day, April 2, 2015, at his home. He was born Sept. 25,
1940, in Burleigh County, North Dakota. A celebration of
life service will be held Wednesday, April 8 at 1 p.m. at
Burns Mortuary chapel, Hermiston. A graveside service
will follow at 3 p.m. at Olney Cemetery in Pendleton.
Burns Mortuary of Hermiston is in care of arrangements.
Sign the online guest book and view the full obituary at
Wicks - Almaguer
Hannah Wicks of Herm-
iston and Jacob Almaguer
of Stan¿eld are announcing
their engagement. Hanna is
the daughter of Richard and
Gina Wicks of Hermiston.
Jacob is the son of Juan Al-
maguer Jr. and Melba Al-
maguer of Hermiston.
Hannah is a 2009 grad-
uate of Hermiston High
School. She graduated from
Blue Mountain Community
College in 2014 with a de-
gree in dental assisting. She
works for Columbia Dental
Clinic in Hermiston.
Jacob graduated from
Hermiston High School in
2011, and earned a busi-
ness degree from BMCC in
Almaguer - Wicks
2014. He is vice president
of operations for the fami-
ly business, Ja Almaguer Jr.
The couple will be mar-
ried June 6, 2015, at 2 p.m.
at Our Lady of Angels
Catholic Church in Herm-
NEWS IN BRIEF
fundraiser coming up reception for artist
The Columbia Grange
will be having a fundraiser
breakfast from 7 a.m. to 10
a.m. Saturday at the hall,
32339 Diagonal Road, just
west of Hermiston. A fam-
ily of four can eat for less
than $20. The breakfast will
raise money to help pay for
the Grange’s new septic ser-
vice. For more information,
call Doris, 541-567-8663,
or Scot, 541-278-0615. The
Grange also raises money
for a number of commu-
nity services, including
providing dictionaries for
third-graders in Umatilla
HERMISTONHERALD.COM • A5
A display of Hermiston
resident Linda Phillips’ west-
ern art is being presented at
the Hermiston Public Library
throughout the month of
April. The Hermiston Public
Library is hosting a reception
for Phillips from 4 p.m. to 6
p.m. Thursday at the library,
235 E. Gladys Ave., Herm-
iston. The public is invited
to stop by, view, and discuss
the displayed works with
the artist. Refreshments will
be served. For more infor-
mation, contact Hermiston
Public Library director Marie
Baldo or Jodi Hansen at 541-
Air Force Airman Dedra
R. Gove graduated from basic
military training at Joint Base
San Antonio-Lackland, San
The airman completed an
intensive, eight-week pro-
gram that included training
in military discipline and
studies, Air Force core val-
ues, physical ¿tness and basic
warfare principles and skills.
Airmen who complete basic
training earn four credits toward
an associate in applied science
degree through the Community
College of the Air Force.
Gove is the daughter of
Christopher E. Gove of Pend-
leton, Carrie Norton of Herm-
iston, Jason P. Bliss of Pasco,
Wash., and Carrie R. Holford
of Pasco, Wash., stepdaughter
of Janee L. Bliss of Pasco,
Wash., and Yazmin E. Gove
of Pendleton, granddaughter
of Beth Hegge of Pendleton,
and niece of Bettina Enright
She is a 2013 graduate
of Hermiston High School,
Louis L. Clark
November 3, 1932-March 17, 2015
in South Wheat-
to parents Bonnie
and Elva Adams
Clark. He died on
March 17, 2015, in
GRAM, 7 p.m., Church of Jesus Christ Hermiston,
OPEN AA MEETING, 12 noon, of Latter-day Saints seminary building,
680 Harper Road, Hermiston. (877- 800 S. First St., Hermiston. Everyone
LVZHOFRPH.LP3X]H\ 82 years.
Louis was raised and
WALK AND ROLL SUPPORT attended school in Har-
NOON AWAKENING ALCO-
HOLICS ANONYMOUS, 12 noon to GROUP, 7 p.m., Buttercreek Apart- ristown, Illinois, gradu-
1 p.m., St. Johns Episcopal Church, ments No. 33, 405 S.W. 11th St., ating from Niantic-Har-
665 E. Gladys Ave., Hermiston. (541- Hermiston. For anyone who is disabled ristown
or in a wheelchair and has issues with
GRIEFSHARE, 1-2:30 p.m., Sun access or rights, or caregivers of hand-
Terrace Assisted Living, 1550 N.W.
Corps in 1952 and was
11th St., Hermiston. (Terri 541-667- 303-3359).
ANONYMOUS, stationed in Japan before
3543 or Beth 541-564-2595).
ECHO KIWANIS FOOD PAN- 7:30-9 p.m., Hermiston United Meth- his honorable discharge
TRY DISTRIBUTION DAY, 4 p.m., odist Church, 191 E. Gladys Ave.
with the rank of sergeant.
OPEN AA MEETING, 7:30 p.m.,
Echo Masonic Lodge hall, 200 S.
Louis was united in mar-
Dupont St. Last Wednesday.
riage to Barbara Hamil-
HARPER ROAD AL-ANON ys Ave., Hermiston.
ton on June 10, 1955, in
GROUP, 5 p.m., 680 Harper Road,
Suite 2 (AA meeting room), Hermiston. Harper Road, Hermiston. (877-770- Decatur, Ill.
GRIEFSHARE, 6-7:30 p.m., New 1670).
He worked as a welder
Hope Church, 1350 S. Highway 395,
for USI in Villa Grove,
NOON AWAKENING ALCO-
Hermiston. (Terri 541-667-3543 or
HOLICS ANONYMOUS, 12 noon to Ill., and later for Fires-
WOMEN’S OPEN AA MEETING, 1 p.m., St. Johns Episcopal Church, tone Tire as a machinist
6:30 p.m., 680 Harper Road, Hermis- 665 E. Gladys Ave., Hermiston. (541- in Decatur, Ill., until his
retirement in 1986. They
NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS, moved to Mount Carmel,
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SUP-
PORT GROUP, 7-8 p.m., Good Shep- 7:30 p.m., United Methodist Church, Ill., and then to Herm-
KHUG 0HGLFDO 2I¿FH 3OD]D PHHWLQJ 191 E. Gladys Ave., Hermiston.
iston, Oregon, in 1987
OPEN AA MEETING, 8 p.m.,
room, 620 N.W. 11th St., Hermiston.
For those with MS, family members 680 Harper Road, Hermiston. (877- where they have lived
and caretakers or those who would like 770-1670).
Louis was very ac-
to learn more. (Kathy 541-922-2753 or
John 541-564-8104). Third Wednes-
NOON AWAKENING ALCO- tive in the Masonic Blue
HOLICS ANONYMOUS, 12 noon to Lodge where he was Past
OPEN AA MEETING, 8 p.m., 680 1 p.m., St. Johns Episcopal Church, Master,
Harper Road, Hermiston. (877-770- 665 E. Gladys Ave., Hermiston. (541-
NOON AWAKENING ALCO- 7:30 p.m., United Methodist Church, retary, and held multi-
ple offices in the Ansar
HOLICS ANONYMOUS, 12 noon to 191 E. Gladys Ave., Hermiston.
OPEN AA MEETING, 8 p.m., 680 and Al Kader temples.
1 p.m., St. Johns Episcopal Church,
665 E. Gladys Ave., Hermiston. (541- Harper Road, Hermiston. (877-770- Louis had a passion for
collecting and delivering
donations for the Shri-
AL ASSAULT WOMEN’S SUPPORT
GROUP, 6-7:30 p.m., Hermiston. Call 7:30-9 p.m., Hermiston United Meth- ners Hospital for Chil-
dren in Portland, Ore-
for location details. Sponsored by Do- odist Church, 191 E. Gladys Ave.
mestic Violence Services. (541-567-
OPEN AA MEETING, 8 p.m., gon. He was well known
680 Harper Road, Hermiston. (877- for his little yellow Shri-
ADDICTION RECOVERY PRO- 770-1670).
ners car that he drove
in many regional
and was a
He was a maker
of many products
from his wood
ranging from small
items to furniture.
He was a member
of the First Chris-
tian Church and a for-
mer member of the Elks
He is survived by his
wife of 59 years, Barbara
Clark, Hermiston, Ore.;
daughters Marianne Far-
ney and husband Thom-
as, Hermiston, Ore., and
Diane Mueggler and
husband Scott, Kenne-
wick, Wash.; son David
Clark, Hermiston, Ore.;
sister Betty Marsaglia
and husband Don, Sun
Prairie, Wis.; four grand-
children: Daniel (Scar-
let), Annamarie (Lewis),
Barbi (Devin) and Cait-
lin (Beth); and numer-
ous nieces, nephews, and
Louis was preceded
in death by his parents;
a brother, George Clark;
and a sister, Eleanor Bor-
A memorial service
will be held on Saturday,
April 11, 2015, at 11:00
a.m. at Burns Mortuary
chapel, Hermiston, Ore-
gon, with Masonic Ritu-
Burial with military
honors will follow at the
Please sign the online
guest book at burnsmor-
Burns Mortuary of
Hermiston, Oregon, is in
care of arrangements.
PUBLIC SAFETY LOG
MONDAY, APRIL 6
• A trailer was reportedly broken into on
West Elm Avenue.
• On Northeast Dakota Court, a caller report-
ed someone stole lacrosse equipment from a
• A caller reported her nephew stole her
medication on Southwest 11th Street.
• A caller reported juveniles were sneaking
around a residence on Southwest 11th Street.
• A caller reported a male was stalking
female members of a church on Diagonal
• A caller reported someone broke into a res-
idence on Highway 730 in Umatilla and broke a
• Items were reportedly stolen from a trailer
on Rio Senda Drive in Umatilla.
SUNDAY, APRIL 5
• A caller reported juveniles stole rugs and
trashed plants on the back porch of a residence
on Southwest 11th Street.
• A caller reported his father was beaten up
by his mother’s boyfriend on Northeast Eighth
• A caller reported a suspicious vehicle was
parked in a pasture on South First Street.
vacant house on East Punkin Center Road.
• On South First Street, a caller reported
four horses were missing after a dispute with a
former employee who had the combination to
the gate where the horses were kept.
• A caller reported someone was attempting
to break into the back door of his residence on
SATURDAY, APRIL 4
• On West Ridgeway Avenue, a caller report-
ed a male he was speaking to on the telephone
threatened to kill him.
• A caller reported his wife had a knife and
was trying to kill him on Northeast Fourth Street.
• A caller reported someone took his dog
from his vehicle on East Main Street.
• A caller reported a male wrecked a vehicle
into his garage on Southeast Eighth Place.
• A caller reported two males were threaten-
ing to assault him over $10 and some marijuana
on Cactus Drive.
• A caller reported a female was choking an-
other female on Washington Street in Umatilla.
• Someone reportedly broke into a vehicle
on Highway 730 in Umatilla.
FRIDAY, APRIL 3
• A bicycle was reportedly stolen from a yard
on Northeast Sixth Place.
• A caller reported someone shot a pellet
gun through the window of a shop on East Pine
• A caller reported someone “knocked out”
the windows of a vehicle on North First Street.
• Someone reportedly stole tools from a
vehicle on North First Street.
• A caller reported a suspicious male was in
• Jose Lepe, 23: possession of marijuana,
possession of drug paraphernalia, failure to
• Ricardo Salvador Alvarez, 32: driving
• Casey Jacob Scott, 23: failure to pay
• Christopher Robin Calvert, 36: parole
violation, Hermiston Municipal Court warrant
• Allan Raymond Staley, 76: driving under
• Jerome Martel Price, 29: third-degree
• Javier Gutierrez, 27: parole violation.
• Elisa Vega Sandoval, 34: menacing,
• Tetus O. Pankey, 30: Hermiston Municipal
• Raul Solis, 28: Hermiston Municipal Court
• David Charles McCune, 55: Hermiston
• Jorge Rodriguez Oblea, 20: driving while
license suspended or revoked.
• Harley Wayne Bowe, 25: probation viola-
• Blanca Alejandra Avina, 23: failure to
present license, driving without a license.
• Paulina Domingo Garcia, 23: second-de-
gree child neglect.
• Kenneth Earl Powell, 47: probation violation.
• Lawrence Allen Perrin, 38: parole viola-
possession of a forged instrument, identity
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8
BABY BOOGIE & TAPPIN’
TODDLERS, 10-10:45 a.m., Hermis-
STORY TIME, 11:15 a.m. to
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E. Gladys Ave. (541-567-2882).
STANFIELD SENIOR MEAL
SERVICE, QRRQ 6WDQ¿HOG &RP-
munity Center, 225 W. Roosevelt.
Suggested donation is $3.50 for se-
niors, $6 for those under 65.
ALIVE AFTER FIVE, 5:30 p.m.,
Campus Life, 595 S. First St., Herm-
POTLUCK SUPPER, 7 p.m., call
ing directions. Bring a vegan dish and
recipe. New vegans welcome. Glu-
ten-free friendly group.
THURSDAY, APRIL 9
HERMISTON SENIOR MEAL
SERVICE, 12 noon, Hermiston Se-
nior Center, 435 W. Orchard Ave.
Costs $3.50 for seniors 50 and over,
$4 for adults under 50, $4 for Meals
on Wheels home delivery. Extra 50
cents if center provides table service.
Transportation can be arranged by
ARTIST RECEPTION, a display
Western art, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., Herm-
Ave., Free and open to the public.
OPEN REGIONAL EXHIBIT
OPENING RECEPTION, 5 p.m.
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in teen and adult categories. Local
East Oregonian Gallery through May
29. Free and open to the public. (541-
“COWGIRLS IN CAHOOTS”
OPENING RECEPTION, 5:30-7:30
Janene Grende and Connie Spur-
geon will be on display through May
4. Free. (541-276-3617).
THE ARC UMATILLA COUNTY
BINGO, 6 p.m. doors open, bingo
starts at 7 p.m. 215 W. Orchard Ave.,
FIDDLER’S NIGHT, 6:30-8:30
p.m., Hermiston Terrace Assisted Liv-
ing, 980 W. Highland Ave., Hermiston.
Join jam session or just listen. Re-
freshments served. (541-567-3141).
FRIDAY, APRIL 10
STORY & CRAFT TIME, 2 p.m.,
SPRING FLING BENEFIT, 6-9
p.m., Sno Road Winery, 111 W. Main
St., Echo. Enjoy auctions, music and
a barbecue dinner. Tickets are $40,
which includes dinner and a com-
plimentary glass of wine, and are
available at Armchair Books, the OES
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VFW BINGO, 6 p.m. doors open,
games start at 7 p.m., Hermiston
VFW, 45 W. Cherry St.
DON RICKLES TRIBUTE AND
BENEFIT DINNER, 6 p.m. dinner, 8
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Lodge, 14 S.E. Third St. Dinner in-
cludes steak, pan-fried oysters or a
combo, red potatoes, steamed vege-
table, salad bar, bread and dessert. A
tribute to actor/comedian Don Rickles
will follow, performed by Mike Wally
Walter. Tickets are $25 per person
or $45 per couple, and may be pur-
chased at the lodge or from any lodge
member. (Billy Turner 541-969-2765).
SATURDAY, APRIL 11
FAST, 7-10 a.m., Columbia Grange,
32339 Diagonal Road, Hermiston.
Take Home Bleach Kits
just $40 in April!
D r. H ibbert D ental
1100 Southgate, Suite 3 Pendleton, OR 97801
www.drhibbertdental.com • 541-612-3707
Costs $5. (Tom 541-567-9742 or Do-
2015 NORTHEAST OREGON
EDUCATOR JOB FAIR, 10 a.m.-2
p.m., Hermiston High School, 600 S.
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k12.or.us or 541-667-6031.)
PENDLETON HOME AND
OUTDOOR SHOW, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
Westgate. Vendor booths, informa-
tion about home, yard and outdoors,
free tree seedlings and more. Kids
preschool through third grade are
encouraged to “hook a book” at the
JOINT COMMITTEE ON WAYS
AND MEANS PUBLIC HEARING,
12 noon to 2 p.m., SAGE Center,
101 Olson Road, Boardman. The
public is invited to share budget
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answered by committee members,
including Rep. Greg Smith (R-Hep-
pner) and Sen. Bill Hansell (R-Ath-
PORTLAND GAY MEN’S
CHORUS CELEBRATE OREGON
TOUR, 7 p.m., Vert Auditorium,
6: 'RULRQ $YH 3HQGOHWRQ
Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for
seniors 60 and older and $5 for
students. No one will be turned
away due to lack of funds. Tickets
are available at Armchair Books,
39 S.W. Dorion Ave., or at the door.
4/8 - 4/9
Cineplex Show Times
$5 Movie Matinee
4/15 12:00 PM
FURIOUS 7 (PG13)
4:00 7:00 10:00
4:40 7:10 9:40
2D: 6:40 9:20
3D : 4:20
2D: 4:10 6:50 9:30
GET HARD (R)
5:00 7:20 9:50
Credit & Debit Cards accepted
Cineplex gift cards now available
Pendleton, OR I-84 - Exit 216