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Page 2 The Times-Journal July 21, 2011 Beverly and Jack Hollen Jack and Beverly Hollen celebrate 60th anniversary Jack and Beverly (Brainard) Hollen returned to their home in Mountain View, California after celebrating their 60 th wedding anniversary, June 30 in McCall, Idaho. Jack, a former Condon resident, met Beverly as a college student while attending Oregon State University. They were married at St. James Episcopal Church in Payette, Idaho. After first celebrating with their three grandchildren in Bountiful, Utah, they proceeded to McCall where they had honeymooned in 1951. Their daughter Kathy and her husband Phil joined them to continue the celebration with their son at his cabin in McCall along with the rest of their four- legged canine kids. FOSSIL AA MEETINGS Tuesday - 6:30 p.m. Fossil United Methodist Church These meetings are open to anyone interested in recovery. For more information: 541-763-3191 r HOW$ YOI)R SEAT? I can fix &apos;em! 60 years experience Eddie Brown Upholstery 541-980-6665 W'ammI=" nty ! is contest is FREE, jus bring your BI3QJ PIONEER ROCK & MONUM0000 Houms iteadsoes S=5ig0s www, Weda00ng shower Angela Har:in July 24, 2011 1- 3p.m. Open House G ilam County Fair#roun Angela is regisled at: Country Flowers, Murray's, Fred Meyer & Kohl's Hostesses: Mary Bare, Chelsea Gordan, Teresa Humphrey, Phyllis Johnson, Carol Harrison, Cindy Hinton, Heather Stevens, Rene Durfey, Candy Barnett, Donna Bates & Tara Mclntosh j Condon Child Care Dates: July 19, July 26 & August 9, 2011 Times: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. ALL Clients must register their children for the 2011/2012 program year. Please bring current immunization records. To ensure continuity of service for your child you must re enroll each year! For More Information Call: 541-384-4737 Condon Giobettes Weather conditions were ominous last weekend and varying amounts of rain were recorded in areas around the region, but not much at Condon. The Maupin area received over an inch, according to reports, Antelope .70 of an inch, Kent .3 of an inch, Moro .16 of an inch and Ajax. 18 of an inch. Only ?? was recorded in Condon. This is the season, though, of impressive thunder and lightning storms. Fourth of July visitors for Charles and Margaret Stangel and Nyna Knighten were LeAnn Cox of Reno; Dale Stangel of Gresham and his daughters; Erin, Keven and Ian Rich, Audra and Gabriel Majica of McMinnville. Audra remained for a week with her grandparents while 'Grandpa Chuck' is recuperating from a short stay in the Mid-Columbia Medical center at The Dalles. 'Grandpa Chuck,' otherwise known as Charles Stangel, has spent several days in the hospital undergoing a series of tests and ultimately had a pacemaker implanted in surgery done Wednesday last week. They did it again! After a first game loss in the state championships, Grady McRae's team of ll-year old Little League All-Stars from Beaverton came back and won the state championship defeating the Clackamas kids 13-1. This is their second consecutive state championship. This exciting news comes from Rick and Deanna Stinchfield of Salem, whose son-in-law Grady, coaches the team and whose grandson, Callan, plays. Grady and Erin live at Beaverton. Callan is Peggy Dean Riney's great- grandson. In Prosser, Wash. last waekend were Duane and Bonnie Johnson, John and Phyllis Johnson, AI and Patti George and David and Kathryn Greiner. They attended the memorial service for Jan Stinchfield's mother, Lenore Donaldson, which was held Saturday. Jared Lathrop, Hermiston, also joined the Stinchfield family and friends. Basketball camp set at Arlington A Summer basketball Skills Camp will be held at the Arlington High School August 8-10, hosted by Arlington High School under the direction of AHS basketball coach Teren Humphrey. The camp is free to all Arlington Charter School boys in grades 7-12. Players from out-of-town can participate for $20. Staff for the camp will be former and current Eastern Oregon University players and coaches. The camp will consist of individual instruction, games each day, and optional evening scrimmages. Participants need to provide their own basketball attire, court shoes and their own lunch and dinner each day. For additional information and camp registration forms, which are required, contact Teren Humphrey, 541-980- 4712, or Registration forms should be filled out and returned with cash or check to Arlington High School, P.O. Box 10, Arlington, Oregon 97812. ' Start: YourDa Righff Stop in for Coffee & a Pastry! ..... 2 In Murray's Condon Pharmacy 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mon. - Fri. wS tl00Y Y Due to Customer Requests we are now OPEN until 9 p.m. 7 days a week! Sunday ~ 7 a.m. - 9 p.m. Monday - Thursday 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. Friday & Saturday 7 a.m. - 9 p.m. '2 1st Street ~ Fossil, OR ' = 541-763 3335 308 UNION STREET THE DALLES, OR 541-296-2361 KONICh MIHOLTA AUTHORIZED DEALER The essentials of imaging  MURRAY'S CONDON Regular Business Hours: Monday thru Friday 9 am ~ 6 pm Saturdays 10 am ~ 6 pm PHARMACY HOURS: Monday thru Friday lOam - lpm & 2 ~ 5pro Pharmacy Closed Saturdays 225 S. Main ~ Condon - 541- 384- 2801 Fossil Findings by Sherian Asher et al Back-Yard barbecue aficionados are invited to bring their own barbecues to the 4th annual Amateur Backyard Grilling Contest at the Wheeler County Fairgrounds in Fossil Saturday,. August 13. There is no entry fee, but there are great prizes and free beef. Call 541-763-2333 for details and to register your team. Deadline to register is August 5. Word comes that the Oregon Paleo Lands Institute has received a grant from the Meyer memorial Trust in the amount of $25,000 that will be used to help the Institute develop and implement a sustainability plan. For more information about the grant, about the Institute and about its many programs, contact Anne Mitchell, 541-763- 4480, or At the July 12 Fossil City Council meeting, two items were unanimously approved: 1) All burning and burning barrels are prohibited within the city limits. One warning will be issued, with serious consequences for further infractions. 2) No watering or irrigating is permitted between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. For disregarding this, one warning may be given. The second infraction will result in an additional $25 added to the water bill of the violator. Some may consider these consequences too harsh, but total ban on irrigating could result, and with the dry grasses around town, fire could become a serious threat. Residents are asked to please abide by the new regulations. Even with all the recent traffic on the courthouse grounds, Lynn Morley has kept everything green and beautiful. Lynn, along with wife Sharleen, keeps the courthouse and the Family Services Building and grounds in pristine condition. Thank you, both! Angela Harsin & Mathew Kaseberg August 20, 2011 Jessica Harrington & Bryan Fletcher September 10, 2011 C.t Fw 201 S MaZet Covaztovx 541-384-4120 Open: Mon-Fri. 9am - 6pm, Sat. 9:30-5:30; Sun. Noon-5 p.m. < Joann Griffith Insurance Auto, Homeowners, Farm & Ranch, Crop & Hail, Liability, Fire Commercial & Inland Marine Grange Insurance Assoc. Rocky Mountain Fire & Casualty Co. United Heritage Quotes given...468-2442 Fax 468-2010 30689 Hwy. 19-207 Spray, Oregon Obituaries Everett Howell Everett C. Howell, 97, of Spray, died Wednesday, July 13, 2011 at Haven House Retirement Center in Fossil. A memorial service will be held 11 a.m. Saturday, July 23, at The Rock in Spray with a reception to follow. M r Howell was born June 15, 1914 at Hardman, Oregon, the son of Frank and Mabel McDaniel Howell. He was raised at Hardman and attended the Burton Valley and Hardman Grade School. He spent time working on the Campbell ranch at Lonerock and other ranches in the area, herding sheep and as a ranch hand. He later worked as a timber faller.. Mr. Howell met his wife, Josephine Haldy, when she was a school teacher at Spray. They were married at Boise, Idaho August 28, 1943. The couple was married for 67 years. During their life together they owned a small ranch at Monument for a time before moving to Spray where they eventually retired. He enjoyed hunting and staying up on currents events. Survivors include his wife, Josephine Howell of Spray; and numerous nephews and nieces. Memorial contributions may be made to the Spray Museum, EO. Box 83, Spray, Oregon 97874. Sweeney Mortuary of Condon is in charge of arrangements. New Arrivals It's a Boy! Nick and LaDell Schott ot Orovada, Nevada are announcing the arrival of a son. Joseph Roy Schott was born at 12:21 a.m. Tuesday, July 12, 2011 at the Humboldt General Hospital in Winnemucca, Nevada. weighing eight pounds 14 ounces and measuring 22 inches tall. Young Joseph joins brother, Conrad. Maternal grandparents are Lorin and Kathy Sherburn of Fields, Oregon and Dan and Dorothy Schotl of Condon. DEADLINE for The rimes-Journal is 5 p,m. Each Monday for News & Advertising! THANK YOU! Thomas W. Cutsforth Esq. LLC Attorney at Law Someone Owe you Money? Someone did you Wrong? A Country Lawyer for Country Problems! Criminal Law, Civil Law, Family Law, Estates, General Practice. INITIAL CONSULTATION IS FREE! mayville01 541-384-2007 541-460-2469