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Jeffery H Daugherty, son of Phillip E. and Burnell Daugherty of Pendleton, has graduated from the U.S. Air Force law enforcement speeialiat course at Laekland Air Force Base, Texas. Graduates of the course studied general law enforcement duties, tactics, weapons tralning physical apprehension and restrkint and earu credits toward an asseeiate degree in applied science through the Community College of the Air Foprco. Daugherty is scheduled to serve in Yuma, Arizona. He is a 1978 graduate of Eisen- hewer High School, Yakima, Wash. RICHARD M. BERTELSON Air Force Reserve Airman 1st Class Richard M. Bertelson, son of Mr. and Mrs, Dave R. Berteison of Milton-Freewater, has' graduated from the U.S. Air Force corrosion contorl course at Shepperd Air Force Base, Texas. During the course, students were taught to indentify corrosion in metals and apply the proper prevent- ive coatings. They also earned credits toward an associate 'degree through the Commtinity College of the Air Force. Bertelson is scheduled to serve with the 440th Field Maintenance Sqadron at McCh0rd Air Force Base, Wash. His wife, Barbara, is the daughter of Harvey and Rosemary Peacock of Walla Walla, Wash. He is a 1980 graduate of MeLaugh- [in Union Hish School, M-F. . DANNY E. WICKSON Marine Cpl. Danny E. Wielumn, son of Betty M. Herod of Pendieton, has reported for duty at Marine Corps Logistics Base, Barstow, Calif. A 1980 graduate of Peudleton Hish School, he ined the Marine Corps in June 1980. KEvIN It. HANCOCK Coast Guard Cadet Kevin R. Hancock, sonof Laddie A. and Donna E. Hancock of Boardman, recently reported to the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in New London, CT. Hancock, as a new cadet, began a rigorous "swab" or indoctrination .4ried at the Academy prior to beginning his first semester this fall. A 1984 graduate of Riverside High School, he joined the Coast Guard in July 1984. LINDA M. BYERLY Linda M. Byerly, daughter of Cec/l G. and Annamea L.Rand of Adams, has been promoted in the U.S. Army to the rank of sergeant. Byerly is a military police special- ist at Fort Dix, .N.J., with the Military Poliee Compnay. Her husband, Dennis, is the sen of George and Jean A. Byerly of River Bend, Arizona- She is a 1965 graduate of Pendie- ..ton Senior High School. BOBBY E. DAY JR. Bobby E. Day Jr., son of Bobby E. and Rebeeea T. Day of Hermiston, has been promoted in the U.S. Army to the rank of specialist four. Day is an armor crew member in Friodberg, West Germany, with the 1st Battalion, 32ud Armor. He is a 1982 graduate of HeWn Senior High School. Umotillo County . I I i ii II dl III Ill PENDLETON, ORECK)N 97801 i 'YARD OF THE MONTH' WINNERS HONORED AT PENDLETON GARDEN CLUB The October 22nd meeting of Pendleton Garden Club had as guests, the "Yard of the Month" honorees for the season. They were able to view all the yards so honored with pictures displaying the sign from June through October. Also on display was a map of the city showing the division of the areas visited each month and the locations marked in color from 1980, the beginning of this project m the present time. The yard sign was also displayed and bouquets of Chrysanthemums made a colorful background. The club was very pleased by the response m the invitations sent to the honored guests and several present added to the occasion with words of praise for the project, as well as their thanks to the dub for the honor given tlmm. The ommittem.in charge of placing the signs introduced the honored guests in each of the 4 areas throughout the dry. The business meeting was presided over by President Ellen Cambers. She gave an overview showing the varied projects and club work in which member Frances Fon- da had participatetl during the years of her membership. The dub had honored Frances with a State Life Membership, which was presented at the District 10 meeting recently held in Miiton-Freewater. A special guest for the evening was Elaine Belts, District Director of Blue Moun- tain District 10, who gave the program. She was making her official visit for the current dub year. She centered her presentation on the upcomi:ng convention of Oregon State Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc., which will be hosted by Blue Moun- tain District 10 in June, 1985. Shc told of some of the plans already made and stated that all aspects of the affair was coming along very well, under the General Charimanship of Cornelia Tellefson of Milton-FreewaL*r. Getting ready for a con- vention of that size requires a lot of work and involves all of the 12 dubs in the District. All of the clubs have their assignments and are hard at work getting them - completed well in advance of the convention date. New members welcomed into the dub at thism werVerna Johnn and Reba H1fick. The social hour following the meeting was hosted by Dorothy Htnett, Claire Hess, and Vi Washburn. A lovely arrangement of fall flowers centered the tea table and Myrn Huff poured. RMCC STUDENT.COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES ELECTED Fifteen representatives to Student Council have been eleetod by the asseiat student body at Blue Mountain Community College. Named to the student council were: Melody Buck, Umatllla; Toni Cattermm, Burns; Teresa Correa, Echo; Dobbio Gerberding, Pendleton; Doug Holland, Heppner; Eric Iusko, pilot Rock; Susan Jervis, 8cattle; Anita Jones, Pendieton; Missy Key, Milton-Freewater; Lynne Gorham, North Powder; Chris Kaseberg, Wasco; Kriatie Geade, Pendieton; Dorene Schults, Pendleton; Ann Stevens, Pendleton; and Tim Weinke, Pilot Reek. The new representatives along with the student body officers plan the functions and activities for the studen at the college. Activities include student dances, activity nights, and the annual Christmas Eve Dinner Advisor to the student couneil is Gene Ann McLean student activities director. NEW BMCC 8OUTH MORROW COUNTY AREA COORINATOR Marie Lane has been named the new 'South Morrow County area coordinator for Blue Mountain Com- munity College. A graduate of Heppner High School, Mrs. Lane is a thrid-genera- tion resident of Morrow County. She attended the University of Oregon for two years as an English major. The new area coordinator will be in eherge of arranging the eollege classes taught in her area. A fan of continuing education classes herself, Mrs. Lane has taken "dozens of classes from the college over the years." .Her interests have run from German to typing to aquatic fitness. The college-is "an important resource for the communities it serves," she noted. "I like to see a eommuulty make use of the college," she added. Mrs. Lane's work experience in the area has included time as the secretary and finmally, acting direct- or of the Tri-County Health Services Commimdon. Shjo also mved as an assistant to the pharmadst at Murray's Pharmacy. Her husband, Marvin, is employed by Columbia Basin Electric. The couple has two chfldron, age 5 and 2. Area residents are encourged to contact the new coordinator at the college in Heppner, 676-89. Mrs. Lane encourages callers to give her tips on what new  they would like to see offered or what clasees they remember from the past that they would like to have offered assn. "I am open to trying new things," she noted, continuing, "I welcome input from the community." As wellas the addition of Mrs. Lane, the eollese will also have a new center for college information at Swanson Insurance Agency in Ione. Nancy Brownflold, former BMCC area coordina and now with that firm, will have a brochure rack of college  schedules and bro- ehures for the public. CITY BASKETBALL REGISTRATION DUE Managers of Fast Break and Slow Break Adult Basketball teams planned this year's Basketball pro- gram this week. The regulation basketball teams will start with a pre-season tournament to be follow- ed by a round robin league and a post season tournament. Teams interest- ed in pertidpating must submit rosters and $250.00 league fees to the City Parks & Recreation Department by November 6th, to register a team. Games will be scheduled to start the week of November 26th. The Slow Break Basketball Pro- gram for players over 30 years old will start with a round robin league and conclude with a single elimina- tion post-season tournament. Fees for Slow Break are $146.00; due with roster on or before November 6th. League games will start the week of november 26th. Minimum age is 30 years in this league. Both leagues will play their games at the Armory, High School and MeCune Junior Hish School. Players not on a team, but interested in participating, should contact the Parks & Recreation Department. Their names will be made available to managers of the teams needing players. A few of the teams still need sponsors. Businesses wishing to sponsor teams or part of a team may contact the Parks & Recreation Department for details. Interest has been expreseed for a Women's Basketball Program. Teams interest- ed in partidpating should contact the Parks & Reereation Department. , , ,,r, - PeetoI .Y  FAWN NICOLE RAHN Sheri and Randy Rahn of We,m re parents of a daughter born October 18, 1984. She has been named Fawn Nieole and weighed 5 pounds 10 ounces. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Meier of Westo/and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Rahn of Athena. BETHANY ELLEN CLAYTON Lea and Forrest Clayton of Pendle- ton are parents of a daughter born Octoher 19, 1984. She has been named Bethany Ellen and weighed 7 pounds 3% ounces. TRAVI8 SCOTT KENNEDY Pattie and Randy Kennedy of Pendieteu are parents of amm born October 21,1984. He has been named Travis Scett and weighed 7 pounds 12 ouncas. Grandparents are Charles and Barb Hoffman and Randy and Joyee Ke .ndy all of Pndleton. JARED THOMAS ECKiY Trina and Conrad Eekley et He are pmnts o a sen born October 28,1984. He lu been named Jared Thotmm and weighed 7 pounds 4 ounesa- (US60820) I On the Old Oregon Troi! in the World's Round-Up City J i iii THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, i984 $12.00 A YEAR -- 25 CENTS A COPY L ,' ..... FALL BACK, OCTOBER 28th At 2 a.m. Sunday, October 28 Daylight Savings Time will end. We will return to Pacific Standard Time, which will require you to set your clocks BACK one hour (2 a.m. will become 1 a.m.) and you will have an exa hour of sleep or an extra hour topmy. DP KOCH APPOINTED TO RACING COMMISSION Gev. Vie Atiyeh has appointed Dr. Richard A. Koch of Pilot Rock to the Oregon Racing Commission. Koch will fill the unexpired term of Robert S. Lovell of Astoria who has resigned after 19 years on the Racing Commission. Koch's term will begin Jan. I, 1985 and end Jan. 9, 1987. The term is subject to Senate confrimation. The five-member Oregon Racing Commission was created in 198 to promulgate rules and regulations to govern all pari-mutual horse and greyhound race meets consistent with the provisions of ORS chapter 462. Koch has been a general prseti- tioner in Pilot Reek since 1955. He is also a member of the board of directors of Inland Empire Bank in Hermiston and owner/manager of PA. Koch Ranches. Koch recently finished 11 years on the board of directors of Happy Canyon. (Pendie- ton Round-Up night show) serving the last two years as the group's president. Koch is a graduate of Jefferson High School in Portland, Oregon State College, now known as Oregon State University (bachelor of science, 1950) and the University of Oregon Medical School, now known as the Health Sciences Center (doctor of medieine, 1954). BMCC GYM FLOOR CLOSURE The gymnasium floor of the McCrne Activity Center will be closed to the public Thursday, Nov. 1 from 6 to 10 p.m., according to Jerry Mesby, MAC director. All other facilities in the athletic center will be open to the public as usually scheduled. BMCC BOARD MEETING Heppner resident Kent Goodyear was named to the Blue Mountain Community College budget commit- tee byt the college board at their October meeting held in Lexington. Goodyear replaces Carolyn Cole on the budget committee. Mrs. Cole has changed her residence to the Pendle- ton.area and asked that semoone in the Heppner area be assigned to her pesition. The college beard reviewed a request from Eagle Cap Realty for a permanent easement through college property adjacent to Highway 37. The b6ard had turned down the initial request at their last month's meeting. The Bible Lifo Chtweh plans to use a duplex on their property for a church and wants to continue using an access road that runs through college property. The board agreed to recousider the granting of the easement when the exact size of the parcal involved is determined. In ether business, the board: -Approved a toaching contract for Patrick Smart, nursing ingructor. Smart has his Bachelor of Science Degree in Nun.s from Southern orog state . -changed tlMr November meet- ing dto to Tuesday, Nov. 20, so as to not interfere with board members Thv plan.. KIDS INVITED TO A SAFE, FUN HALLOWEEN AT DELAMARTER Once again this year, the Children of the community are invited to attend a "SAFE" Hail ween Trick or Treat at Delamarter Care Center. A Fun House, Hallo- ween cartoonist, and our very own Witch Lady, with our popular "Trick or Treat Alley" will add to the excite- ment of the evening. The fun will begin here at Delamarters on Mission Highway starting at 5:30 and ending at 7:00 p.m. Wednesday October 31st. Our residents had such a good time last year and are anxiously looking forward to taking part in this year's activities. Come make this years Halloween a "TREAT" for you and our residents. Hope to see you there. "INVESTING ON THE FUTURE" COURSE OFFERED BY EOSC A course on investment opport- unities in today's economy is offered through Eastern Oregon State Col- lege's Continuing Education Office. Paul Skoog, MBA, of Portland's Paine Webber, Jackson and Curtis Inc., will instruct the course which covers two weekends, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 26 and 27, and Friady and Saturday, Nov. 2 and 3 at Blue Mountain Community College. The two-cerdit course costs $101. H a student is already registered for an EOSC class, the amount will be less. The text What Investing is All About is available for $8.50 in the BMCC Bookstore. The course schedule is : Friday, Oct. 26, 7-10 p.m.; Saturday, Oct, 27, 9 a-re. to 5 p.m.; Friday, Nov. 2, 7-10 p.m.; Saturday, Nov. 3, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. All classes will be held in Morrow Hall, room 121 at Blue Mountain Community College. To register or for more informa- tion contact Debbie Lee at BMCC 276-1260 ext. 245, on Mondays or Tuesdays or call EOSC Office of Continuing Education toll-free at 1!00-452-8629, ext. 1378. ,'rrnS - ' ' I hear in thene-ws that the Governor's office has published a "fact sheet" in order to head off some of the rumors that circulate through- out the state regarding the Rajne- eshees. For those who want more facts, a fellow writer, Kirk Braun, has just published a book called "Rajneesh- puram: The Unwelcome Society" which contains a great deal of inform. ation about the Rajneesh movement, their origin, their membership and the conflicts that have ensued since their arrival in Oregon. I believe it is available now in bookstores in the Pendieton area. Chet & Doll Murphy 19076 S. Midhill Dr. West IAnn, Or. 97068 CAREER FORUM SCHEDULED AT EOSC Six pennelists from Oregon, Idaho and Washington will discuss their career fields at a special forum scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 6, at Eastern Oregon Sate College. Sponsered by the School of Arts and Sciences, and the Student Affdiate of the American Chemical Society, EOSC Chapter, the forum will begin at 7:30 p.m. in Zabel Hall, room 110. The six paunelists are: Warren Aney, regional director of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, La Orande; Dr. James MeMahan, dentist in La Grande; Dr. Jeanne MeHale, Chemist from the University of Idaho, Moscow; .Alan Kendriek, Pendieton Phermacist; Dr. John Beuter, College of Forestry, Oregon State University; and Dr. David Skeen, Nuclear Engineer- Computer Sicentist at the Nuclear Industries in Richland, Wash. The pannelists will each present a five-minute talk on careers in their fields of expertise and will take questions from the audience. The forum is open to the public, free of . charge. For more information call 968-1822 or 963-1316. "WOMEN IN BUSINESS" CONFERENCE SET FOR NOV. 2 Women in .Business" will be the .topic of a one-day workshop to be offered as a join project of Blue Mountain Community College's Small Business De#elopment Center and Options for Women programs. Dr. Jennifer James, author, colum- : nist, lecturer and commentator, will be the featured speaker at the workshop. Dr. James is a recognize expert on women and social change. She pioneered a women's assistance network of community resources as part of her syndicated radio show on KIR0 in Seattle. Persons interested in attending the workshop are asked to register with the Small Business Develop- ment Center as soon as possible. Charge for the seminar including lunch is $20 per person. The workshop Will start Friday at 8:30 a.m. and run through 1 p.m. at the Red Lion Motor Inn in Pendieton. Persons wishing tO come only for lunch and Dr. James' keynote address will be charged $9.50 for the noon to I p.m. segment of t, he workshop. The Business Center is located"at 37 S.E. Dorion in Pendleton across from City Hall or participants may call 276-6233 to request registration information. "Our goal in sponsoring this seminar is to offer information and assistance to enable women to pursue their careers and at the same time improve the quality of their personal lives," according to Tom Hampson, director of the SBDC. To that end, Dr. James was invited to address the Pendieton conference. Dr. James degree is in anthropology and she has taught in the Depart- ment of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Washington. In addition to her academic interests, Dr. James began "The Jennifer James Show" over radio station KVI in Seattle. The show featured three hours of mental health counselling as Dr. James 'became the radio Dear Abby for that city. "Maybe my best credential is that I care, and people sense that," Dr. James has said of her appeal to the radio audience that regularly calls her with problems. Following her stint on radio, she has turned to television where she joined the KIRO Eyewitness News team doing "quality of life com- mentary", dealing with seial issues affecting both men and women in society today. mSTORICAL 8OCIETY TO MEET The Umatilla County Historical Society will be having a general membership meeting in the Weston Community Hall on Sunday, October 28, at 2:00 p.m. There will be a presentation of slides and pictures of old Weston. Refreshments will be so/wed by the Saling House Commit- tee. Afterwards there will be a walk- around the old Saling House. This will be the first opportunity for the Historical Society members to meet the new director. Bill Burk. Anyone that is interested in the Society or old Weston is encourged to attend. BIG SKY MUDFLAPS TO PERFOigM AT EOSC Dig out your 40's and 50's threads the Big Sky Mudflaps are coming to town. The nationafiy-aeclaimed roch and roll group will be roekin' round the clock in Hoke College Center at Eastern Oregon State College Friday, Nov. 2 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $4.50 for general admission and $3.50 for students. The musical evening is sponsored by the EOSC Students for Nuclear Awareness and all proceeds will be used for educational activities, said coordinator Tom Wordell. Ticket outlets in La Grande include EOSC Bookstore, Sunflower Books, and Blue Mountain Sports. In Pendleton, Blue Mountain Sports, and in Enterprise, the Book Lft. The XylTones of La Grande will kiek the evening off with musical selections before turning the floor over to The'Big Sky Mudflaps. For more information contact 963-1691 or outside of La Grande call toil-free 1.