Newspaper Archive of
The Times-Journal
Condon, Oregon
Lyft
December 9, 2010     The Times-Journal
PAGE 3     (3 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 3     (3 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
December 9, 2010
 

Newspaper Archive of The Times-Journal produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




Arlington Particulars w., partially due to the weather. Sponsored by United Methodist Women, there was no shortage of crafts and baked goods. Cornish game hens were on the menu for lunch with Sharon Miller, Jeannie Kirksey and Louis Rucker sharing the chef duties. Servers for the luncheon were Douglas Deen, Jesse Tauanuu, Cole Hammer, Jessica Gonzales and Brent Deen. Winning the prized 1890s reproduction quilt was Joanne McCarthy and Birgit Mundy won the door prize. Over 100 Nativity sets graced the Arlington Community Center last Sunday evening. The Nazarene Church sponsored the display and provided cider, sandwiches and seasonal treats for the community to enjoy. Word has been received Herbert A. (Butch) Collins passed away Nov. 22 at Hermiston Regency Care after a courageous battle with cancer. Butch graduated from No Saturday Oregonian at Condon Oregonian newspaper distributor Floyd White of Heppner has announced that the Saturday Oregonian will no longer be delivered to Condon. Faced with fewer subscribers and higher costs of delivery, home delivery of the Oregonian ceased over a year ago. For the past several months, the Oregonian has been delivered to Condon by the U.S. Mail driver on weekdays and sold at the Times-Journal. Saturday's paper was placed in the coin box at the Times-Journal, however, the coin box was being 'jimmied' and papers were being taken without leaving payment. Due to misuse of the coin box system, White has discontinued delivery of the Saturday paper. Home subscribers will still receive their Sunday Oregonian in their home paper boxes on Sunday. Don't the bare brown hills look great? Snow is pretty to look at and fun to sled in if you are able bodied, but not so much to drive through. Some bright sunshine would boost everyone's spirits about now. Bus and Carol Anne Clough's late Thanksgiving family celebration did not happen as sons, daughters and grandchildren were snowbound. Louis and Alene Rucker braved the gorge and traveled to Salem on Sunday after and enjoyed another turkey dinner with their niece and family, Patricia and Gary Galenbeck, along with Anthony Galenbeck, Ryan, Joyce and Elaine Galenbeck and Kris and Jenilee Delos Reyes. Most of this writer's family squeaked by the storms and spent the holiday in their hometown including Wendy West and Kirk Taylor of Placerville, Calif., Sara Rangel and Robbie Frederiksen of Portland, Jani (West) and Ron Bryant, McKenzie Sheffield and Eric Drake all of Pendleton. The weather is one of the few things we know we cannot control. You can still get your chance to win the Columbia Gorge Hotel Weekend Getaway raffle by purchasing tickets from any one of the sponsoring members of the Arlington Lions Club. Tickets are also available at Ace Hardware with the winner being announced at the Arlington School Program Dec. 15. Arlington Community Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a Tree Lighting Ceremony Friday, Dec. 10. Hot dogs, beverages and prize drawings will kick-off the event at 6:45 p.m. in the Nazarene Community Center followed by caroling and candlelight walk to Earl Snell Park. The official lighting ceremony will be at 7. Everyone is invited to bring the whole family. December 10 is the date when the Community Lighting Contest will be judged so get those lights and decorations up this week! 'A Cowboy Christmas' bazaar Saturday last drew a smaller than usual crowd, Let us care for your loved ones/ ,,, Call for more information:  .ii}!:::\\; 541-384-2101 ,,, Kelly @ SSV 541-384-2200 ~ Sandra @ MCU Arlington High School in 1962 and was the brother of Sherry Waiters of here. Obituary and memorial service to follow at a later date. Our condolences to his family. Friday Bridge Ladies were entertained by Jeannie Kirskey last week. The hostess decorated her house for the holidays early so the ladies could enjoy. Winning high and traveling was Kay West with Francie Morris second and Irma Wetherell low. Karen Bishop of Hermiston was a guest for the afternoon. Our family enjoyed a family tradition over the Thanksgiving weekend by making 'boss taffy'. The recipe was handed down by the late Nina Bailey which some of our readers who lived in Arlington during the '50s might fondly remember. Thanks to Wendy West who brought the hard-to-find sheet gelatin with her from California. What traditions did your family enjoy? Send your news to kayj ack @ embarqmail.com anytime. See you next week. Come in to 'y and Watch the Big Screen while enjoyir your favorite food. & beverages[ NEW HOURS: Sun. & Mon. ~ 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. Tues. ~ Sat., ~ 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. 1st Street ~ Fossil, OR 541-763-3335 RAYMOND JAMES FINANCIAL SERVICES, INC. Member FINRA / SIPC INDIVIDUAL SOLUTIONS FROM INDEPENDENT ADVISORS ~ Stocks ~ Mutual Funds ~ Bonds ~ Retirement Plans ~ CDs ~ IRA Rollovers ~ Tax Advantage Investments John Cimmiyotti ~ Branch Manager 305 SW Dorian Ave. ~ Pendleton, OR 97801 541-276-9184 800-276-9184 Web Site: www.RaymondJames.com/JohnCimmiyotti Traveling for the holidays? December 9, 2010 The Times-Journal Fossil Findings Sherian Asher e, a, Another holiday bazaar behind us! This year's lunch was excellent with a variety of three soups, homemade rolls by Sally Potter, cookies and a choice of beverages. Good food, good friends -- what more could one ask for? Conard and Wanda Johns had a mishap on their way home from The Dalles, but Sherman County Notes... Agricultural honors scholarships totaling $85,400 have been awarded to Oregon State University students in the College of Agricultural Sciences. The scholarships are made possible by gifts to the OSU college. Among the scholarship recipients is Erik Clover of Moro, a freshman majoring in agricultural business management. He received the $1,000 Wilco Farmers Agricultural Honors Scholarship. Check www.tripcheck.com or Call: 511 or 800-977-6368 in Oregon There's less and on top, 503-588-2941 but more between outside of Oregon the ears/ 'P I L L A R ...... Jeff Schott, P.E. III! CONSULTING 13 S. Main St, ste. 206 I|| GROUP, INC. Condon, OR 97823 Professional Engineering & Project Management 541-993-2480 jeff@pillar-inc.com ~ www.pillar-inc.com Happy 60 th Birthday, Mike Craig! ndon United Church of Christ Women's Fellowship 2nd 00knnual Chri00ma., = Gatherin{t Wednedaj, Dec. 15 , 10:00 to 11:30 a.m, Conelon UCC Fellowhip Hall  Seasonal refreshments! The "Good" cookies/ Invite your friends! Bring your neighbors! Nondenominational/Multi-generational/ ...and the best part ..._.__ all FREE Questions: Call Suzanne Hyde: 541-384-2379 S Merre In u,A.  k=C..,r-lr-M- ! i-541-722-$556 gx,clman A,,e ns ,.s4,-4i-6;oo www, mclig, net watco, Ore:m 1.,800.4,-,7185 1-541-67-9422 lone/,or, or 1,541.422.7289 lNaaco Store Just in time for Christmas/ Case Ill Wear is herd 00reat & Stocking Stuffera! Don't Forget the Faad of the Year is Nearl Come in a check it outl Page 3 there were no injuries and everyone was reported well. Community condolences to the family of Dale McCulloch. He was a good friend to many and will be missed. A Holiday Open House will be held at the Wheeler County Courthouse and Family Services Building Thursday, Dec. 16. The Haven House Community Calendars have arrived. The calendars will be delivered to residents and businesses who have pre- ordered and they were also at the annual Christmas Bazaar Dec. 4. Special thanks to Darlene Alexander, Peggy Williams, Marilyn Garcia, Marcia Holly, Tim Keith, Lois Hunt, Linda Allen, Diane Cotter, Pat Hyatt, Holly Weimar, Jonna McKay and Mary Mountain for the many hours they volunteered in collecting orders, money and preparing the calendar order. Extra efforts were taken this year to verify calendar information. If you find errors or omissions, contact either Jonna McKay at Haven House, 547-763- 4651, or Mary Mountain, Calendar Chairman, 541- 763-2070. Happy Holidays and many thanks to everyone who continues to support Haven House with their calendar orders. Now showing at LIBERTY THEATER Condon Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows Part 1 RATED: PG-13 HOURS Friday thru Monday Show Time ~ 7 p.m. 541-384-2120 service Creek RESTAURANT Will Be CLOSED December 19 to February 9 Bank of F, as, tern Oregon Arlington Branch FDIC Insured C00rner Appreciation 1'bm, eda 9, Dec. 16 9 aan. to S Refreshments & Door Prizes 00apS of 00gore A Times-Journal feature made available weekly by Devin OH Co., Inc. 676-9633 ~ 454-2621 ~ 364-4144 For information on our Monitor Heating System, call our plants at Heppner, 541-676-9633; Adington, 541- 454-2621; Boardman, 541-481-4876; Condon, 541- 384-4144; or Wasco, 541-442-5277. 10 Years Ago -- Gillaim County Court approves a business development loan application for John Sallee, owner of Thrifty Food Center at Arlington. -- North central ESD reports that the Frontier Learning Network, the traveling classroom program will serve Gilliam, Wheeler and Sherman county school districts. -- After 20 years of ministering at the First Baptist Church in Fossil, Pastor Gerald Ward retires. 25 Years Ago -- Mikkalo Grange officers include Wilma Ladd Martin, Freda Pattee, Lissie Evans, Mary E. Wilkins, Wilma Bentley, Annabelle Jaeger, Lauretta Lantis, Nyna Knighten, Alta Lofton, Erma Pattee, Stella Palmer, Florence Jaeger, June Mikkalo, John A. Weimar, Ron Davis and Bill Jaeger. -- Herbert C. Wright, self-employed automobile dealer at Fossil, is reappointed to the Oregon Energy Policy Review Committee. 49 Years Ago -- Mike Tierney and Jerry Gessner of Condon and Gene Mulkey of Arlington are initiated into the Condon Elks Lodge at the Elks Annual. -- Mrs. Alma Wood is appointed to the high school board representing the Clarno zone, taking the place of Mrs. Vera McCulloch who moved from Wheeler Co. -- Initiated into the Condon High School Letterettes are Jackie Riggenback, Jean Ann Grabenhorst, Sue Selby, Nancy Pettyjohn, Caren Pattee and Cathy Smith. 70 Years Ago -- Jerry Schreiner, chairman of the Condon Street Decoration Committee, reports that 300 colored lights will be used to make ten arches across Main Street. -- Scott Brown, Lennie Louden and Toats Shaffer arrive in Condon with 200 head of cattle that they had trailed from Burns. 100 Years Ago -- A new cylinder has been placed in the public well at Mayville and the pump is in first class pumping order now. -- Farmer's day is held at Condon. The Wheat City Band played; dinners are provided by the Oregon and Summit hotels; Wm. Wehrli presdies during literary proceedings; Mr. Sykes of Milton talks about the farmers' Union. -- Mrs. S.P. Shutt, wife of the illustrious editor of the Joseph Herald, visits with her sister, Mrs. Curran. I SUPPORTING AGRICULTURE AND YOUR COHHUNITY SINCE 1930