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Page 8 Hells Canyon Journal May 29, 1996 Primary Election Results Republican Paul York willwas elected and there will be Although Baker County oppose Democratic incum- no race for this office in No- voters supported Measure 24, bent Truscott Irby in Novem- vember, which required initiative pe- ber for the seat Irby holds as U.S. Representative Wes titionssignatures begathered BakerCountycommissioner. Cooley (R), unopposed, will from each congressional dis- YorkedgedcandidateJarri face Mike Dugan (D) for the trict, Oregon voters turned it McClarin in a closely con- District 2 seat. down. tested race, with York receiv- Ted Ferriolo defeated Measure 25, which re- ing a final unofficial total of Terry Drever-Gee and Patty quires a three-fifths majority 654 votes to McClarin's 637 Wehrli for the Republicanin each house of the Legisla- votes. A third candidate for nomination and will face ture to raise taxes, was ap- the Republican nomination, Kevin Campbell (D) in theproved statewide. Jim Pellissier received 417 race for state Senate from Voters passed Measure 23, votes. District 28. which amends the state con- In other races, incumbentRepublican Gordon Smith stitution to increase from CountySurveyorTomHanley will meet Democrat Tom $200 to $750 the minimum woneasilyoverLelandMyers Bruggere in November for the value in controversy to ob- and since he received over 51 U.S. Senate Race. tain a jury trial. percent of the votes, Hanley TNC Schedules Field Trips, Work Parties The Nature Conservancy or surrounding areas, this is has announced the schedule your opportunity to steward for work parties in 1996. If a preserve. Weeds are dis- interested, pleasecalltheLa placing the rare pink Grande offices (541) 962-thelypody. Meet at the North 3903. Leave your name, ad- Powder Cafe at 9 a.m. The dress, phone number and cafe is on the south side of name of the particular work Hwy. 84, North Powder Exit. party you would like to at- Bring gloves, lunch, water tend. You will be contacted to and weed removal tools. coordinate carpools and to send information and driv- Clear Lake Ridge ing instructions. Friday, Saturday and Sun- day, June 7, 8 and 9 - You are North Powder Preserve invited to spend the weekend Saturday, June 15 - If you on the most spectacular pre- Livein La Grande, Baker City . serve in Oregon. Look one direction at the majestic Hells Canyon Wallowa Mountains and the other across the Snake River Davs/Rullarama to the rugged Seven Devils Mountains in Idaho. View a at Cambridge profusion of spring wildnow- ers. Help construct 1/4 mile of new fence at the top of the ridge or Saturday, hike down- hill for 6 miles from 5,000 feet on the Ridge down to 1,800 feet at the mouth of Devil's Gulch. The well-developed Friday, May 31 is family night at the Cambridge, Idaho Bullarama, with families ad- mitted for $18; adults, $6, children $3 and children 6 and under, free. Bullarama entry fees are $100. The Bullarama continues on Sat- urday. Square dancing on both Friday and Saturday at 8p.m. Other scheduled events follow: Saturday, June 1: Commu- nity breakfast begins at 6:30 a.m. at the Fair exhibit hall; Miniature Toy Show; Art Show; Antique Power Show; Show and Shine Car Show, and Beefbarbeque dinner, 4 - 7 p.m. After the Bullarama, a dance featuring 'The Upper Classmen," with '50s and '60s music. Sunday, June 2 - Annual horse and tack sale; horses and mules from all over the northwest; cattle will be pro- vided to work your horse. Tack sale at 10 a.m., horse/ riparian area hosts a large bird population. On the way, we stop to pull aggressive knapweed and Scotch thistle. Friday and Saturday eve- nings we camp on the Ridge utilizing the TNC cabin. Sun- day, we hope to complete the fence and head home. Volun- teer caretaker orientation will also be conducted on Sun- day. We need to carpool up to the preserve. Drive 4-wheel drive vehicle if you have one, bring 9amp'm g equipment ..... food, gloves and your favorite weed digger. We will meet at Jerry's Market in Joseph, Friday 9 a.m. Middle Fork John Day Saturday and Sunday, June 29 and 30 - Help us remove old fences, dismantle buildings, repair historic structures. Barbecue Satur- day evening. Bring camping equipment, food and musical instruments. Meet at the pre- serve Saturday morning. II It's Our First Year T! ooe at the HELLS CANYON INN ...and we want all of you to come down & help us celebrate on Saturday, June 1st. We'll have live music starting at 9 p.m. by ,, Tw T ST 4 Fl T1%T" ,, c.O jp, 0 IJx n featuring Country-Western & 50s, 60s & 70s Rock Classics The Hells Canyon Inn restaurant will close early at 7:00 p.m. for a private party on Friday, May 31st. Now that school is out, are you wondering what to do with that audio or video tape that you checked out from the Parent Resource Center? Not to.worry...the PRC will begin our summer schedule June 1 4th. Starting June 1 4th, we will be open for check-out and returns from 9 a.m. to 1 1 a.m. on Fridays. During this time we will also have planned activities for children, kindergarten age (5 yrs.] through 4th grade (9 yrs.] SO plan to come by and visit us in June. Church brought to you courtesy of Gray's West Pioneer Chapel and the Hells Canyon Journal PINE BAPTIST CHURCH School & Claude Streets P.O. Box 377, Halfway, OR 97834 Pastor: Shawn Thatcher 742-6690 Sunday School:10:00 elm. Worship: 11:00 elm. PINE VALLEY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Comer of Church Street and Gover Lane P.O. Box 466K Halfway, OR 97834 Pastor:. Bill Shields Church Phone: 742-4412 .............. Sunday School: 9:45 elm. Worship: 14:(~1B a.m.~ ~ ,~& PINE VALLEY CHRISTIAN CENTER Record Street P.O. Box 709, Halfway, OR 97834 Pastor:. Kenneth L McGinnls 742-4421 Sunday School: 9:45 eLm. Worshlp:l 1:00 a.m. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS, PINE VALLEY BRANCH Cornucopia Highway Halfway, OR 97834 Church Phone: 742-7676 President: Leonard Hill 742-5646 9:30 elm. Sacrament SAINT THERESE CATHOLIC CHURCH Halfway, OR 97834 Pastor: Jim Logan Mass: 12:30 p.m. Sunday CHURCH OF CHRIST Towell Residence, Halfway, Oregon 97834 Phone: 742-2703 Worship 10:30a.m. Sunday Wednesday night Bible Study: 7.'00 p.m. NEWBRIDGE CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Richland, OR 97834 Church Phone: 893-6121 Sunday School 10.'00 eLm. Worship: 11:00 eLm. Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Wednesday prayer hour youth group 7:00 p.m. RICHLAND CHRISTIAN CHURCH P.O. Box 288 2rid Street Richland, OR 97870 Church Phone: 893-6191 Pastor:. Gordon Bond 893-6514 Sunday Bible School 9:45 eLm. Worship 11:00 eLm. Evening Worship 6:30 p.m. Evening Youth Group 6:30 p.m., Wednesday RICHLAND SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH On the comer of New Bridge Road & Hwy 86 Richland, OR 97870 Pastor:. Martin Jackson Saturday Worship 9:00 elm. Sabbath School 10:15 elm. UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 2nd Street Richlend, OR 97870 Pastor:. Bill Shields 742-4412 Sunday School 10:15 elm. Worship 9:00 eLm, OXBOW CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP .Sunday School Contact'. Bill Wilson: 742.4414 10:00a.m. MT WorshipSen~ce 11:~eLm. MT ADS.PM4 t="2