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I GET YOUR FLU SHOT ASHER COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED! Fossil Clinic Mon-Thurx 10 am-12 am & 1 pm 6 pm Mitchell Clinic Tue~. 10 am 2 pm ,_~ "lhur~,. 1(t am 2 pm ~' Clinic Vv'ed. I() am 2 pm & Fri. 2 pm 5 pn Arlington Particulars by ,., w., November 17, 2016 The Times-Journal Columbia Basin Electric makes True to the spirit of our any non-perishable food at vegetables, tossed salad, jello community, Arlington AHS during regular school salad, garlic bread and DC tourapplications available residents have generously hours, dessert. The menu for the contributed to HELP Food And, the Bank of Eastern Arlington Senior Meal Site Columbia Basin Electric across our five-county Pantry's recent food drive. Oregon will have the for Tuesday, Nov. 22, will Cooperative offices in service territory." Over 150 pounds of donated Christmas GivingTree in the feature the seasonal menu of Heppner and Condon are Each year, Columbia items helped fill the pantry lobby before Dec. 1. So if you turkey and dressing, mashed now accepting applications Basin Electric Cooperative shelves last week for the would like to make a local potatoes and gravy, tossed for the 2017 Washington, sends two high school monthly distribution day on child's holiday brighter, just salad, Waldorf salad, green D.C. Youth Tour. Deadline to juniors on an all-expense- Monday. Pantry staff take oneofthe tags fromthe bean casserole, sweet submit applications is 5 p.m., paidtrip, except for personal members Rod and Karen tree, purchase one or more of potatoes, rolls and pumpkin Thursday, Dec. 15. spending money, to Mabe, Debbie Morrill, Judi the gifts for that child, wrap pie. The menu for the meal "At CBEC, we take great Washington, D.C. During it with the tag taped on the of Nov. 29 will be meatloaf, Galvin, Beth Pemberton, outside, and return it to BEO baked potato, carrots, pride in highlighting the theannualWashington, D.C. Gary Wagner, Jeannie, by Dec. 16. HELP Treasurer coleslaw, jell-o salad, bread value of cooperative Youth Tour, more than Francie Morris, Kari Keown, Kari Keown and her elves and dessert, membership to children," 15,000 high school students Kay West and Istvan Moor will deliver the gifts bet'ore said cooperative manager from across the country gave away 35 turkeys to Dec. 25. Tom Wolff. "After all, they descend on the nation's shoppers and filled their Friday Bridge ladies did are our members-in-training, capitol to learn about carts with groceries provided not meet last week in order Fossil We provide a variety of government, history and the by Oregon Food Bank and for them to attend Murriel programs that benefit young role of electric cooperatives. CAPECO. It is indeed the Waiters' 90th birthday Findings people, from safety Applications are open to season of giving! celebration in The Dalles, demonstrations to all current high school Beginning Nov. 21, Her daughter-in-law, Sherry bySherianAsheret al sponsoring youth activities juniors whose parents or Arlington High School's Walters and granddaughter, Page guardians receive electrical service from CBEC. The 2017 Washington Youth Tour will take place June 9-15, 2017. Applications are available at local high schools, or at local Columbia Basin Electric offices in Heppner and Condom The Times.Journal Newspaper of Record for Gilliam, Wheeler & Sherman Counties! Honor Society will sponsor Sandy (Waiters) Bufton,A huge thank you to all another food drive. Donors assisted by great- the veterans who attended are asked to please drop off grandchildren MacKenzietheFossil Senior Meal Site s and Tyler Bufton, were the second annual dinner Sherman perfect hostesses at Flagstone honoring the men and where Murriel now makeswomen who have given their Condo[~ her home. Guests from The all to keep us safe at home. County Dalles included Dave and Over 50 people were in Peggy Childs and Bob and attendance and there was Notes... Globetles Ruth (Hickerson) even a World War II veteran Continued from page 2 DeLaRossa. Jay and Jan in attendance! Thank you. Donations of gloves, Wheelhouse of HermistonAll our folks are back mittens, hats and scarves are Planning is already in came with well wishes for home after the annual trip to now being collected for the gear for the next Robert Murriel, and the Gilliam the coast. A good time was Mitten Tree at Sherman Burns Supper, which is County Transportation bus had, as usual. County Public/School scheduled for Saturday, Jan. was driven by Mary Thayer The annual bazaar in Library in More. 28, 2017. Featured this year w!th Narita Bettencourt Fossil if fast approaching. will be the Niven Clan,joining her from Condon.All tables are filled and there Community, school staff and is a waiting list. If anyone students are encouraged to , ~7~, can't attend who had adorn the bare branches not ~,~~,~ All only with mittens, but also ..... " which is personified now in some local Greiner families. They are descendants of John and Janet (Campbell) Niven, John having come from Scotland in 1891 to Wheeler County, and Janet in 1899. They were married in Fossil and their six daughters all have familiar area names, including Greiner, Schomp, Waggoner and Rohrbach. The menu for the Condon Senior Meal Site for Thursday, Nov. 17, will be meatloaf, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, cole slaw, fruit salad, soup, rolls and dessert. 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Potter home west of Condon, the Coop's first rural customer. 75 Years Ago -- The Arlington football team will play Amity on the McMinnville field on Thanksgiving Day, and will play at Newport Saturday. -- Beginning Nov. 24, the Condon grade school will sponsor a non-profit hot lunch project, to continue five days a week throughout the winter with Mrs. Mildred Rickman supervisor and Mrs. Frank Baker cook. -- Bessie Huddleston of Portland sells her 2,400-acre stock ranch in Gilliam and Wheeler counties to Mr. and Mrs. Pat Campbell of Lonerock. 100 Years Ago -- The Condon City Council approves increasing the monthly salary of Marshal Wheir from $65 to $90. -- Mrs. M. Summers is having the house opposite The Times office repapered and painted. Bill Colby is doing the work. -- Born to Mrs. George Whyte of Pine Ridge on Nov. 16, a daughter. Dr. Wilhelm in attendance. David Anderson, Mgr. ~S We Specialize in Forklift Tires & Tel: 541-454-0142 Elite Retreader 3 I