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Page 6 The Times-Journal June 7, 2012 Condon Globettes Continued from page2 Suffering from multiple sclerosis, Jean was much improved from an earlier low point. In the meantime, Kay, too, is doing better now from as yet a not diagnosed malady that sent her to the hospital in The Dalles for some studies last month. Rose Maich and her mother-in-law, Nessie 'Mum' Rubow drove to Condon on an outing from their home in Redmond Wednesday last week. They Lunched at Country Flowers, Vacation Echool":0000" Join us for an out-of-this-world adventure/ Fossil United Methodist Church June 18-22, 2012 9 - ll::00O a.m. For more information call: 541-763-4473 Pre-School through 5th Grade I Father's Day I Bouquet $34.95 Plus... Now In... Great Guy Books & I BBQ & Cooking Spices! I 201 S M c Open: Mon-Fri. 9am- 6pm, Sat. 9:30-5:30; Sun. Noon-.5p.m. visited with Mac and Jan Stinchfield and tended to the Maich property while here. Noticeably missing from the entourage was Alex Maich, who remains in Pakistan where he is on contract as a security iristructor. Here over the Memorial Day weekend from Port Orchard, Wash. was Ricardo Miller to visit with his grandmother, Arlene Miller. He was traveling with his parents, Robin and Patty Miller. Also here was Arlene's niece, Patti Miller, from Portland, who is now retired. Dave Anderson of the Oregon Dept. of Transportation maintenance shop at Condon reports that the ODOT crew will need to close Condon's Main Street June 13, June 18 and June 19, from 3 a.m. to 6 p.m. There can be no traffic on Main Street during that time and no parking as the chip seal project will extend from curb to curb. The road surface that was repaved last year will be chip sealed from Wehrli Canyon Road to Condon, up Main Street, west on 206 to the RV Park and east on 206 to McKinley Street. Over 30 golfers took part in the annual golf tournament hosted by Kevin Morgan. Slow Waltz Cookers barbecued steaks for the evening meal. Look for golf winners in a subsequent issue of the Times-Journal. Vi Hallett and son Darryl Houghtelling were in Auburn, Wash. last weekend where they visited with Sheryl Carlsen, Vi's daughter and Darryl's sister. Darryl also to.ok part in a 51- mile run from Mt. Rainier to Runston, Wash. He V.  ) July 6 - 8, 2012 12th Annual Vq HEELER COUNTy BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL Fossil, Oregon , Saturday. July 7th Cruz-in on Main SIreel 9-4 'll'tt .tt h i,t, lt, rt'o u iI I v tihit'gra,,.org completed the course in 10- and-a-half hours. Clouds prevented us from seeing a partial lunar eclipse in the wee hours of Monday morning. The west coast was supposed to have a good view of the partial eclipse as the full moon passed through the shadow of the earth before sunrise Monday. Then there was another opportunity to see a 'space phenomena' Tuesday afternoon, the historic Transit of Venus across the sun commenced Tuesday, June 5, at 3:09 p.m. Clouds prevented that show, too, but covered the event with observing tips, a real-time photo gallery, and links to live webcasts from around the world. Bob Anderson, John Johnson, Bill Flatt and Mac Stinchfield were in Salem last weekend to help the 1962 Condon Blue Devils co-state champion 'B' baseball team celebrate 50 years since their championship game with Coburg was never played. In fact, three state championship games weren't played that day -A1 schools Hillsboro and South Eugene, A2 schools Drain and North Catholic and B schools Cond0n and Coburg. Bob was on the team as an outfielder. John and Mac were in the eighth grade wanting to be on that team with their 'heroes,' and Bill Flatt had the bus contract with the schools and played a big part in making many fond memories which were recalled by the re-uniting team members. Bob drove to The Dalles and met up with Pat Tierney and they drove on to McMinnville where they picked up teammate Dennis Herbison and his brother George. Also among the honorees was Coach Harvey Neffendorf, revered by all and praised repeatedly as each of his former players .! "' ..', ............... ;!, Please join us at the Fossil Paint Collection Event Saturday, June 23rd 9am-2pm 701 Adams Fossil, OR (behind the courthouse) Do you know what to do with leftover cans of paint? With PaintCare, recycling unwanted paint is simple and convenient. Here's how: When you buy a gallon of new paint, $0.75 of the purchase price funds the cost of recycling your 0id leftover paint. (For quarts it's $0.35, five gallons is $1.60). When you no longer need it, simply take it to any of our drop-off sites for no additional charge. You're done. We'll take it from there. The program is for both households and businesses. Please do not bring paint thinner, aerosols or empty paint cans. Empty cans may be placed in your regular trash (or recycling if allowed in your area). Remove lids so your trash collector knows they are empty. lltt Buy right. Use it up. Recycle the rest. To learn more: stood to say a few words at Saturday night's banquet - and deservedly so. He took in the event with his son Mark, who is now a school administrator at Tigard. Other non-team members enjoying the convivialities of the baseball reunion, which was held at the Volcanoes Stadium in Keizer during the state high school baseball championship playoffs, were George Herbison, Martha and Rudy Mundy, Pete Low, Gary and Sue Miller, Willy Low, Kyle Stinchfield, Sari Cruthers, and wives Ginny Parrish, Deanna Stinchfield, Marilyn Carnine, Donna Ashenfelter, Jackie Burres, Dana Brooks, T.J. Philbrick, June Bredimus and Everett's son Michael. Remington Pike, son of Tim Pike of Fossil and the late Sharon Pike and grandson of Jan Oehlman of Condon, and a graduate of Condon High School, is set to graduate from Oregon State University June 17 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Science and a double minor in crops and animal science. While attending school, Remington has served as operations officer and president of the Alpha Beta chapter of Alpha Gamma Rho, the 'agricultural' fraternity. He has also worked at the Oregon State Soap Creek experimental ranch in Corvallis for the past four years and was selected to manage that ranch for the last two terms of his educational experience. Remington has been grateful for the support of Condon's Dollars for Scholars, the Earl Hardie Foundation, the Gilliam County cattlemen's Association, and the participation of Jeager Farms in Oregon State internship programs during the course of his college education. Here to celebrate Joseph Greiner's graduation from out of town were Dan and Laurie DePaola Of Clackamas; Richard and Sheryl Greiner of Newberg; Rev. Robert Greiner of Prineville; Ralph and Anne Morter of lone; Tom and Barry O'Leary of Silver Lake; Julie and Jack Currie of Reno, Nev.; Kathleen O'Leary of Bend; George and Robin Shine of Adel with granddaughter Taylor of Prineville; Joe Cahill of Adel; Lance and Carrie Brown of Silver Lake; Ty and Meagon Watterson of Seattle area; Brian, Mike, John and Carter Bell of West Linn and Oregon City; Zane, Marissa, Nate and Samuel Wilson of Madras; Glenn Greiner and Keith Morgan of Hermiston; Don, Torey and Staci Schmidt of Parkdale; Molly Routson of The Dalles. A great time was had visiting and congratulating the graduate on a job well done. Forest Road 23 under construction Construction work on Forest Road 23, also known as the Wall Creek Road, will close a segment of road from its junction with Forest Road 2128 to its junction with Grant County Road 3 (Sunflower-Monument Road). The project is scheduled to begin May 30, and is expected to continue through mid-June. There are several alternate routes available for accessing the area, including Forest Roads 24, 22 and 2128. For more information on this project, contact the Heppner Ranger District, 541-676-9187. Spot Ads Work! You're Reading One Now! Call Us: 541-384-2421