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PAGE 4 CONDON GLOBE=TIMES SEPTEMBER 20m 1974 Grubby r--  Ix..-xl,- :. V/y_ =,a-/--. I romaN' Ym  Wl ,," /'^-1' "--y No.' By Warren Sattler f JwM ,rr  ___- _ Greenline Inc, forcibly morning. the building and Bruce Jones w a Damage amounted imately $120. paint sprayer was taken. Ray Anderson, was arrested by police September under the driving duri license period, marijuan and menL He was Stringer- Tomb leson Wedding Rites Celebrated in Portland The Central Christian Church in Portland was the setting August 17 for the afternoon wedding of xie Luree Stringer, Portland, and Rodney J. Tomableson, Ash- land. The bride is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Marlin C. String- er, Portland, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford A. Tombleson, Condon. Tim bride chose a white floor- length gown in empire stylingand trimmed with lace. Her cathe- dral-length veil was held by a cap of flowers She wore a cross belonging to her great grandmother, who was present for the double ring ceremony. Bonnie Little, Salem, was maid.of-honor and bridesmaids were Mrs. Michael Warner of Portland, Mrs. Traey Patterson Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Kennedy of Portland are annotmo. lng the engagement of their daug ter Debts Arlene to Terry Keith Houston, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Houston of Comlon. The couple plans a March I wedding in Portland. The bride4od attended Mt. Hood Community College and is employed by LB.M. in Portland. Her fiance is a graduate of Port- land State University and is manager of the cMory Stick restaurant in Portland. of Portland and Karen Flagg of Kelso, Washington. Larry Syme, Portland, for- merly of Condon, was best man. Seating the guests were the groom's brothers, Don Tom- bleson, The Dalles, and Larry Tombleson, Salem, a n d the bride's brother, Sid Stringer, Portland. Special guests at the wedding were the bride's exchange family from Sutton Coldfleld, England, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas McCliskie and their daughter Kate. Following a trip to the Oregon coast the couple will make their home at Ashland where both attend Southern Oregon College and where the groom is employed by Copeland Lumber andthebride is employed as a secretaryatthe college. Arlington News Miss Jean Frost was in The Dalles General Hospital for several days last week formlnor sargery. She is back in school now and recovering rapidly. Mr. and Mrs. A1 West left Monday for a short vacation on the Oregon coast. They plan to start at Seaside and travel south from here. Mrs. Diane Welp left this week with her son Nathan for a visit with her family at Seaside. ' "Ho w to be Ha# Though Married" A COURSE IN MARITAL COUNSELING BEGINS SUNDAY EVENING, OCTOBER (Rh Sessions Each Evening from 6:00 to 6:45 p.m. Condon Baptist Church GU Sorority Holds First Fall Meeting Gamma Upsllon's first meeting of the fall was held at the fair- grounds We&msday, September 11, with Mrs. Bob Anderson pre- siding. Members are planning for a busy year with the first major philanthropic project, the "Trike-a.thon" for St. Jede*s Children's Research Hospitals scheduled for September 21 at the Condon High School track at 1:00 p.m. Riders of all ages will he racing for their spon- sors at 10e a yard, with all proceeds gohlg to St. Jude's. Mrs. Gordon Ruff, race chair- man, is hoping for a large turn- out of riders and audience to cheer on the participants. A garage and bake sale will be held Friday and Saturday, September 27 and 28, inthebuild- ing next to Murray's Pharmacy. In addition to baked items, sale articles Will include small ap- pliances, furnRure, housewares, dishes, toys and children's cloth- ing. Anyone wishing to donate items to the sale are asked to contact M r s. Harold Pattee, chairman, to arrange for pickup. Gamma Upsilon members will also be cateringthe Condon Grain Growers' annual banquet i n November. Mrs. Gordon Eakin Is in charge of this event. Also discussed at the meeting were plans for the 1975 ESAstate convention to be heldin Pendleton in April. The convention will be hosted by five area chapters: Alpha Nu, Arlington; Epsilon Zeta, Fossil; Beta Omega0 Ione; Alpha Theta Heppner; and Garn ma Upsilon, Condon. Services Held 1,1 Portland For V. Rogers Funeral services were held August 17 in Portland for Virgil A. Rogers of Tigard who died August 13. Mr. Rogers was bornin Condon March 5, 1903. He was anephew of the late R.M. Rogers. Mr. Rogers worked for Pacific North. west Bell for 42 years until his retirement in 1967. He is survived by hl.wife .... Florence; a daughfr Linda Manafleld,fKoha; tour brothers, Carl, C am a s, Washingt George, Washoegal, Washingto the Rev. Harold Rogers, Fontamb California, and the Rev. Wtlber Rogers, Pierce, Idaho; and two sisters, Ruth Grobll, Orcha Washington, and Lena Rogerb Caress. Was,, Police Report Lonnie Edward Dunham, 29, Salt Lake City, Utah, was sen- tenced September 3 to 30 days in j a i I by William Marshall, Justice of the Peace, Arlington, for driving under the influence of liquor. He was arrested by Oregon State Police near Arlington Satur- day and was returnedto Arlington Justice Court Tuesday by the sheriff. Two eases of hunting with spot lights have been reported. In one case a calf was shot. There also is a ease of trespassing being investigated bythe sheriff's office. where he was bail for the four is scheduled to Court October 1 to! A car owned by received it was parked Sunday morning from the rear by by Bill Hardie. A two-car tw9 Boardrnan one nle east of Wilson Road, terrible, operated Braat, on Wilson lmd, 1963 Chevrolet Melaaie Rayner Rayner ws to stop and yield way. Consumers And Kilowatts NRECA Providing round-the-clock reliable service . . . holding rates down as far sJ possible despite zooming fuel costs a":rid helping people understand the whys hows of wise use of powerthese electric light and power business is a of challenges. Solving these and other problems through planning, purpose, and hard work is onr responsibility. And with us--your locally owned electric systemconsumers' need# and interests come rst and foremost. That's our pledge to you. Columbia Basin Electric Coop., Inc. Condon - 384-2033 or - 384-2023 "'Always willing to give a helping hand." HEPPIWLR, OREGON 97836