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Page 6 Hells Canyon Journal August 8, 1990 PEHS Physicals and Practice Athletic physicals for girls will be conducted at Pine Eagle High School gymna- sium, 9:00 a.m. Thursday, August 16. Boys' physicals will begin at 9:00 a.m. on Friday, August 17. FNP Roger Sanders, Pine Eagle Health Clinic, will conduct the examinations. Each student must have the $5 on hand at that time. Students missing the group school office before their appointment. Practice for fall sports will begin Monday, August 20, 4:00 p.m. Girls' volleyball practices will run from 4 - 6 p.m.; boys' football practice will run from 4 - 6 p,m., then from 6:45 to 8 p.m. Buses will arrive from Richland and the River at 3:30 and depart after the fi- nal football practice at 8:15. During the week of August Schedule Set physical examination form. Football equipment will be issued from 9 a.m. to 1p.m. on August 17, the day of the boys' physicals, and from noon to 3:30 p.m. on August 20, the first day of practice. Firewood Cutting Prohibited on Wallowa-Whitman Volleyball Camp Volleyball camp will begin next Monday, August 13, at Pine-Eagle High school gym. "Girls may register at the door," coach Grace Gulick said. '2Registration forms are avail- able at the Hitching Post and at Halfway Market, here." The $20 registration fee includes a camp T-shirt. Shelly EhJers, Eastern Oregon State College, will conduct the camp, which ends Ahgust 16. Library to Move Ha]bray Community library will open its doors in a new location Monday, August 12. Local librarian, Frances Gulick, is hopeful the library will be more accessible to the public in the Three-Color Building, Main Street. 'Tee appreciate the coop- eration from the Lions Club for all the years the library was located in their build- ing," said Frances. physicals should be aware 27 - 31, both boys and girls Wallowa-Whitman Na: .. that the fee is $i0 at the will have a single practice, tional Forest entered Indus- clinic for the same service, from 4 - 6 p.m. Buses during trial Fire Precaution Level 3 Students wishing, to obtain this week will arrive at 3:30 on August 7. " physicals from their regular and depart at 6:15 p.m. No All firewood cutting activ- (f family doctors should pick up student will be allowed to ity is prohibited until further i i a standard physical exami- participate in any active prac. notice. [ with Angle Blade [ nation form from the high tice without a valid, signed t n , . k.....2,90. Here's Help for Would-be Recyclers . "someone would tell me what I tl _ [ . t $2,500 to do with the stuff I've col- [ ' II [ .... --- -" lected for recycling. I caught I 3o2 II ..... I ...... the "recycl.e fever" on E,arth I I N I / Ford Hay Ra}(e Day, and the garage is piling [ .... ,,, [ hlgher, and so s my hus-l"i li /1/ \ I : "-' ..... ,' = band's temper when he can't [ [ - i[ II ) l ] get the doors dosed.., helpI" m "--'- -- -" Baker Sanitary Service,[ l=l 'II/ [ JD 650 Hey RekO'' , } I 3pt I a3048 Campbell St., Baker I s,. ) ,.. I - ..... " City, will accepts:[ i [ k : 1151,095 : ) cardbaard (non waxed) I '"-' I I I I ".-----------:---.- --xo,. JLuJ and brown paper bags; I I % I I I newsprint; I I """ I I cle .gl s&b=nW aingneTg ds 38 O l aker. C RY I;~a,,~l;)~'o"oo I I only. No window giass, dishes, o tin, i.e., food cans, pref- anybin. Bins are located on , lght bulbs, etc.; erably flattened;, the east side of the building. -- == =-- used motor oil - in jars There are bins for all the t , " - " " - - "' with secure lids (Don't use above items except motor oil, .... - -, ' ' . _ milk cartons, they spill); which can be left in front of Qd. rS I II ' Xdvv aluminum; i i " , . . - 963-4186 - LaGr, mde PATTER,, ,I N'S .of' | TRAVEL LAND, =omfor q ' ' ' Agncultural and Industnal Supples Quality Logger's Supply & Rigging Shop 963-4186 LaGrande .0, Bearings PARTS SALES SERWCE Low Prices Seals (The REST is Optionol) ' Roller Chains Sprockets Hydraulic Hose & Cylinders Return Filters Pump Shaft Couplings Industrial Hose Many Other Items GOOD SELECTION OF USEDSAWS! CBEARINg INDUSTR I AL_C' ALES,CINC. LocenyovmN&oPeeale~lbyOeveCh*pme~nrm"~ ~ Hwy82, WmleellstOfll.lmoCll), Allee ~ m H3"310 j ~ *'~Q*'~iftO Ihe 'ri'ilCOunly AtOll" COMPANIC)N " 1806 Co ve A ve I_a Grande Mon..Fri. 8:00-5:30p.m. Sat. 9:00-3:00p.rn.