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Hells C. yon Journal, May 28, 1586 Page 9 Nazarene For '86 Fa[ Church News The first steps of education RayRitchChanunJeffs Bring your photography questions to us/ We are always happy to serve you. 204 Chestnut Street LaGrande Fo ySql cards, phone calls, prayers and visitors at hospital and after I got home, and to the ambulance personnel and also to the nurses and doctor for the good care while in the hospital. ...... Merril painter . SAUNDERS TV & STEREO , zt )t Friday and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. 2801 Broadway 523-7344 Baker * Jt New Itore houri to lerve you 9 a.m. - 8 p.m., Monday thru ThurKlay j ............. , for 33 elementary students in Ed Sharp Jerry Kaesemeyer nn numaan, a IVXXIllSLUEllil .~. . ~-4 TT I1 "11 High school age 4-H mem- ............ rune ana t agtevaueys wm Dan TaUey Cassi Kennedy ....... ena wltn an acmevement Halfway Elementary TaushaKirk bers in Baker County can get maem at m Nampa ......... . was me guest speazer at me _ _ a "behind the scenes look ......... night and dance to be held at Marl Jo Binford Mark Koopman t nurcn on May tie was a ...... at 4-H activities at the 1986. . . .... mchland Elementary May 31, Debbie Bur raff Terese Masterson weeKena guest oI wtr. ana ....... Oregon State Fair as mem- . ............ ana nanway Jemenmry Danielle Constans Molly Peterson Ivlrs. Alva Nlltcnell at, ~par- . . ,~. .... ... bers of the teen staff, reports ta June a. 1he zonowmg elgnt,n Kristi Draze Andrea Rape Sally Shumway. .......... grade graduates will continue Jean- Farwell Teena Seal rne mtermounmm ,nsmct ., - J About 20 4-H members ......... me education cycle by enter- Jerry Glynn Kyle Walker nurcn oz me Nazarene zs will be selected for the State ............. inn high school in the Fall: Julie Huff Kenny Wilson notamg metr tYLSt,nCt won- .. ....... Fair teen staff this year. ven :-n- --d * ___L.,..mcmana lemenmry txu. a. - es " Smiih Ch g Assignments at the State Nampa, Idaho this week. Dale Bat Fairgrounds in Salem range i or Matt Collins esWinner Mrs. Betty Sharp s u ,. from one to three days. The delegate to the Christian Life I v.aaghn Denms 4-Hers assist with such Convention. Mrs. Patty Gil- Cralg_Dooley Congressman Bob Smith Klamath Falls on August tasks as arranging exhibits, "" -z-e "--som Scott Dutton man, Mrs. ue. ....... today challenged the winner 20th. registering contest partici- and Mrs. Imogene Lilly are #ennner timm of Tueeday's Second Dis tri.'ct "Candidates for this job pants and answering ques- asa unman the delegates to the World ..... Democratic primary election should understand, just as I tionsabout the 4-H program. Missions Convention and nannon rtmcomn to a series of debates prior to must, that the duties and Young people selected forCalvin Ransom is the dele- Lee Jones November's general elec- responsibilities of ,the con- . Roger Larkens State Fair teen staff will gate to the Dmtnct Assemb- tion. gressional office do t allow a ill "vinBrian Little receive room and board ly. Pastor Lilly w be gt g ..... "Before Democrats make free and open schedule. while in Salem. his report to the Assembly #enrmer ram their selection, I am today ....first res- nsibilit-', Those interested must on Thursday. Pastors and _ e_hnnl issuing thispublicchallenge nay.. [Ju , have their applications in the Delegates from 60 Churches' ='- v ..vv, for the winner of Tuesday's to searcn zor |oos aria Extension office by will be attending the Assem- AetivitiA primary to join me in a series onm. . m,u ,;,y w- n--mg--c-pP - unt--uesr r Imit- county July 1. Those selected will be bly on Sunday evening, June . vv of,,Idebates.firm], believe that Sec mentg to remain m .... wasnmg- notified in mid-July. Appli- 1, at 7.'00 o cloc.k.. .... Dozens of brightly colored r istn t Ore onians have ton to cast as many votes as cation forms, and additional Servme UnaaYonmrnmgJune 1 WwillOrsmPbe balloons were released by the m res in hearing necessary against the contin- information, is available at " " students of Richland Elemen- the Baker County Extension shortened to allow everyone t. v 'l,h the views of each congress- u ..g 'tax and spend: policms ...... .... " ..... ' .....i ...... the r-" ht oz liberat rtouse leaaers, wm Office, 2610 Grove St., Ba- stand the Free. Eagle launch culminated a year long onal canmaate aria ..... toiuchre the better candidate pmce great aemanus on my ker, OR 97814. nzgn cnool grauuac. on ana. Reading Achievement Pro- t exnselves time, even while my oppon- tmccataureat,e servxces at, , .... gram. Each child s name and --- ' " ai " New Law 1:00 p.m. We wm De nonor address graced their balloons for "I have scheduled what I ent will be camp gnmg inn our three graduates, in hopes of someone finding a believe to be firm opportuni without restriction m ure- h ol E try and contacting the Sc 0 n Kelley Brandt, Todd Van- ties for three debates before gon. denBos and Trish Ortiz and"u'ent "mm dia ..... the regular meetings of the I urge my Democratic i] a . e Iouow- our 8th graders, Alisa G'- An Oregon law which mg the launch parents and Chambers of Commerce of opponent to accept this chal- Medford, on August 25th; lenge for the benefit of the man, Eddie Sharp and La w takes effect July 1 will . " friends ere treated to an ex- -- ,, change the entry age date for Vaughn Denms. cellent musical program. The Bend on August 22nd and Oregon voter, he stud. Pastor and Mrs Lilly will " ". school band and chorus, under public school first graders in be en)oymg ..... a vmit with thezr the direction of Dennis Curtis 1986 and 1987. daughter and family during and Velma Stewart, offered a * * , We Feature . This fall children must be the Dmtrlct" " meetings,. " Dr. variety of num b rs. Several . . six years old on or before and Mrs. Lyle Pointer, Lana select!onsfrom, i ** RENT TO OWN ** } October 1 to enter the first grade, and in the fall of 1987 and Brooke. Music were performed by Pastor Herb and Imogene students. . ,i , On These Fine Products ..... the entry date is September returned from a few days Friday, May 30 the 8th . * 1" The entry date had beenvacatin recently" They were grade is invited to attend a' November 15. Ln Da as, Oregon where dance at Pine Eagle High * The law allows districts to Pastor Lilly performed theSchool from 7 to 10 p.m. A - waive the entry requirement wedding ceremny fr his bus will run frm Richland" i i for children under six if they grandson, Murray Harmon Admission is $1 per person, vcs'8 Stereo are "determined to be aca- to Kelly Parsons. The eighth grade Achieve- demically, socially and phys- They also visited Mr. and meat Night will be held : MarsJlt Stere08 &, ically ready to enter school Mrs. Leon Cable in Vancou- Saturday, May 31, in )t . ' . , as defined by the pollcies,of ver Washington. the Richland School cafeteria. Gibson Dishwashers , Although the law is not ] Channel Master addressed to kindergarten Satellite Systems , programs, Duncan is recom- ......... " ....... * mending that school districts Av ta Microwave Ovens, , which operate kindergartens set the September 1 deadline Exercise Washers for those students this fall. * Dark Room Supplies Bikes & Dryers -11 I THANK YOU Photo Finishing Supplies * * so-"-- Freeze. q , I wish to thank all my good Custom Dark Room Work Refrigerators ** friends and neighbors for .Machin