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l ells C 'ffyo' rOffin al l ay 29,1 Thursday, May 30 Senior Meal at New Bridge Grange, 12 noon. Friday, May 31 Jackpot Team Roping opens Cambridge Rodeo, 5:30 p.m. Bullarama begins at 7:30 p.m., thru June 2. Bingo at Halfway VFW Hall, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, June 1 City of Richland Clean-Up Day, volunteers meet at 9 across from Hitching Post store. Bring gloves. a.m. Sunday, June 2 "Mountain Lady," a free gospel film, RES, 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 4 Senior Meal at Halfway Community Center, 12 noon. Richland Lions Club, 6:30 p.m. at Eagle Valley Grange Park. Richland firemen, 7 p.m. at RES. AA meeting at Richland Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Pine Valley Rural Fire Department regular meeting, 7 p.m. at Community Center. Wednesday, June 5 Senior bus to Baker City, round trip is $4; no age requirement. Call Bud Riggs, 742-4488. Baker County Garden Club, sack lunch, at home of Renece Forsea. Photo by David Baker LOU MAESTAS OF HALFWAY is donating his time to help Pine-Eagle Ag shop students build a structure to separately house oxygen and acetylene tanks on an outside wall of the shop. He will also help build block and mortar booths inside the shop where students will do oxy-acetylene work. Elguezabal, GodvAn, Ransom, Stutzman, VanHooser Win Local Lions Scholarships ThaHalfwayandRichland Scholarship Committee. Lions clubs announced the Other scholarships for $500 winners of five $500 scholar- will be awarded to former ships for graduating seniors graduates of Pine Eagle High of Pine Eagle High School at School by the Lions clubs in commencement Saturday.. July. Pauli Elguezabal, daugh- Elguezabalintends to work ter of Martin and Doreen for a degree in business while Elguezabal, Oxbow; Annie attending Boise State Uni- Godwin, daughter of Ron and versity. Godwin, Valedicto- Jennifer Godwin, Halfway; rian of this year's graduating Kyle Ransom, son of Cal and class, plans to get a degree in Denise Ransom, Richland; engineering from Oregon Kim Stutzman, daughter of State University. Ransom Ira and Sharon Stutzman, will be attending Nazarene Halfway; and Teddi College in Nampa, Idaho, and VanHooser, daughter of Rob- will be working on a degree in ert and Pam VanHooser, Ox- animal science/agribusiness. bow, were honored with the Stutzman plans to earn a de- prestigious local awards, gree in elementary education Competition for the schol- while attending Eastern Or- arships was veryclose, mak- egon State College. ing the selection of the recipi- VanHooser, this year's Salu- entsparticularlydifficultthis tatorian, intends to earn a year, said Halfway Lions Club Bachelors Degree in Psychol- President Ralph Smead, in ogy and a Masters Degree presenting the scholarships specializingin Child Psychol- before a large audience at the ogy. graduation ceremonies. Nearly 50 percent, of the graduating class applied for Weather the scholarships, by George Dyke The scholarship program Date High Low Preeip. is part of a continuing effort May of the two Lions clubs to en- 20 63 31 0 courage young people to seek 21 58 37 0.10 higher education and to re- 22 61 43 0.26 ward those who have an in- 23 60 31 0.02 terest in community service, 24 68 36 0 according to David Light, 25 76 36 0 chairman of the Lions Club 26 79 40 0 Fireworks Donations Needed The Hells Canyon Cham- the fundis expected from next ber of Commerce has roughly week's LDS Parking Lot Sale, half the money needed forso it is anticipatedthat sev- this year's annual Fourth of eral hundred more dollars July fireworks display. At the will still be needed. Chamber's monthly meetingDonation cans will be lastThursday, treasurerJulie placed in various locations Zacconesaidthat $1,008isin around the area. Give gener- the fireworks fund, out of the ously when you see one of the roughly $2,000 needed. " donation cans, and help light An additional donation toup the skies on the Fourth. Ante Raised for Senior Bus Ride Starting June 5, the cost of a ride to Baker City and back on the senior bus will be increased to $4. Also at that time, there will no longer be an age require- ment to use the service. For more information call Bud Riggs, 742-4488. PINE EAGLE , JUSTICE COURT REPORT: May 24, 1996 Sonesonxay Pisayonane, Portland, Carrying a loaded, concealed firearm on his per- son, pied guilty. Thirty days in jail, suspended; 120 hours of community service, fined $250 and court costs of $91; 12 months probation. Anthony R. Harris, Rich- land, Criminal Mischief II, pled guilty. Thirty days jail suspended, 40 hours commu- nity service, 12 months pro- bation; fined $200 plus court costs, $57 and restitution of $350. K.C. Zachary, Boise, As- sault, 4th Degree, pled guilty; 30 days jail suspended, 40 hours of community service, 12 months probation; fined $400 ($100 suspended) and court costs of $90. Main Automotive Open Seven Days a Week 7:30- 5:30 WE HAVE MOVIES NOW! Stop by and see us! I St. Richland Tom & Melody Huff 893-6125 ! THE BEST STEAKS AT THE LOWEST PRICES IN BAKER COUNTY Every Thursday Night Two-Fer Two 8-oz. Sirloins & Prawns '1295 Every Friday Night T-Bone and Ribeye Specials Every Saturday Night - Prime Rib Hours: 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday - Thursday 6 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Friday - Sunday