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Fair Results. Floriculture SuperintendentoftheFlo- Deborah Summers (20), Cosmos- Irene Mead, Gladiola riculture division was Lynne Single, Mini Petunia, Salvia, Snap- Carma Anderson, Gladiola Smith. dragons, Verbena, Zinnias-Min- Patti Walker, Patio Garden iature, Otherannuals-redstopink, Jeanne Dennis, Miniature Rose- Overall winner on points Other annuals-blues to purples, Clown was Lynda Bird and overall Aster, Coreopsis, Golden Glow, Shirley Goracke, Glorious Sun- Judges choice winner was Phlox, Pinks, Roses-Floribunda, sets Cheryl Thomas for her"Fra- Roses-Polyanthus, Roses-Minia- S]~OR grant Passions" arrange- ture, otherperennial-redstopinks, Grace Gulick (13), Nasturtiums, ment. other perennial-whites, other pe- Petunia, single, Mini Petunia, Ver- Below are listed the first rennial-yellows to orange, Fra- bena, Bedding, GIoriosa, Gera- grant Passions nium, Pinks, Pansy Viola, Minia- place winners with the hum- Lynne Smith (8), Double Aster, ture, Glorious Sunsets, Snow ber of blue ribbons won and Marigold, dwarf, Snapdragons, Peak, Fragrant Passions the entries. Sunflower, Verbena, Dahlia, cac- Arlene Thomas (12), Ageratum, J~OR tus, Gladiolus, Polyanthus Petunia, Double, Petunia, Single, EliseTerjeson(6),Cosmos, Marl- Cheryl Thomas (4), Sunset, Salvia, Verbena, Large Zinnia, gold, Sunflowers, Zinnias, Or- Snowy Peak, Small Gems, Fra- Other Annual white, Bedding ange-Purple Sunflower grance Dahlia, Glad-miniature, Golden Hybrid Tea, solid color Rusti Lattin (3),Asters, Marigolds, Glow, Pinks, Pansy Corn Terjeson (3), Marigolds, Gladiola Florence Dixon (9), Single Aster, Roses, hybrid tea, solid color, Delores West (3), Sunflower, hy- Double Aster, Cosmos, double, Additional Entry brid type; Zinnias, miniature; Zin- Petunia, single, Sunflower, Zin- Phoenix Millhouse (2), Dahlia nias, collection nias, large varieties, Hybrid tea Cactus, Black eyed Susan Sherry Sheridan (3), Dahlia F.O. rose, bi-color, Hollyhock, pink, Bal- Becky Maynard (1), Yellow flower 4"-8" Formal Decorative, Dahlia loon flower, blue 'I~]l~ Miniature under 4", Dahlia Glenna Smith (7), Asters, double, Joanie Andruss (2) Zinnias, min- Pompom or Ball Petunia, double, Petunia, single, iature Gladiolas Jack Bridgmon (3), Marigolds, Zin- Salvia, Verbena, Gladiolas, aver- ADUI_,T nias, collection, large varieties, age, Roses, miniature Lynda Bird (24), Ageratum, Bells Begonia Belle Johnson (6), Cosmos, Dwarf of Ireland, Marigolds-Dwarf Steve Sheridan (2), Dahlia F.O. Marigold, Feverfew, Gladiolus, French, Nicotiana, Petunia- 4"-8" Formal Decorative, Dahlia Miniature Rose, Other Perennial - double, Petunia-single, Salvia, Pompom or Ball blues to purples Sweet peas, Verbena, Zinnias- Wyona Edwards (2), Petunia Leone Haight (5), Calendulas, large, Zinnias-cactus, Zinnias- Double, Petunia Single Common Marigold, Sweet Pea, miniature, Other Annuals-red to DixieTaylor(2), Hybrid Tea Rose, Chrysanthemum, Cactus Norm pink (love lies a bleeding), Other solid color, Perennials-red to pink Jewell Koopman (5), Asters, annuals-whites, Dahlia-Bedding, Colleen Gilmore (2), Single Pe- single, Marigolds, Petunias, Gladiolas, Phlox, Pansy, Pansy- tunia, Hybrid Tea Solid Color Dahlia, 4"-8", Dahlia, formaldeco- Viola, Otherperennials-redtopink Roses rative (sweet pea), Prom Night, Herbal Anne Ayhens (2), Dahlia, over 8", Norm Koopman (4), Dahlia, for- Essence, Small Gems, Fragrant Dahlia, formal decorative (Ryn mal decorative, Dahlia, Cactus Passions Fou) Dahlia, Gladiolus, average Page 8 Hells Canyon Journal September I0, 2008 Rodeo Moments: Is This the Fun Part? WILD BILL'S I( RtNC DALLEE MASON was the only bull rider in Sunday's session seconds required to score points in the competition. Pine Eagle Preschool Registration Registration for Pine Eagle Community Preschool has No New Routes for Home Delivery Mail officially been opened. A three- or four-day school City of Halfway residents said, "and the short and long livery but must purchase, week is still under discus- who have been hoping to ofthepossibilityofhomedeliv- erect and maintain a mailbox sion, but a decision has not avoid the expense of box ery in Halfway is basically for and keep snow removed for been made yet. rental and the hazards of an those who already live on the easy accessibility to the box. Registration deadline is September 18. Contact Angle icy walk to the Post Office establishedlineoftravelofthe "Residents should weigh the Butler(742-5014)orJenipher during winter months have a ruralmailcarrier. Thereisno pros and cons carefully," Dehlin (742-5623) for infor- pretty slim chance of obtain- possibility of delivery up and Naldersaid.."Applicants who mation and registration ing home delivery, according down Halfway streets." think they may be eligible forms. to Postmaster Lon Nalder, In May, the Halfway City should consider the loss of who sympathizes with the Council voted to 'allow the privacy, the increaseiniden- Pine Eagle Community concerns of patrons, erection of mailboxes on the tity theft and snow removal." Preschool is presently seek- ing donations of money and Last winter an elderly city rights of way. Meeting Afterdeterminingyoureli- Halfwayresidentslippedand postal criteria for home de- gibility on an established usable preschool materials fell on the ice and broke an livery within the city is more route and weighingother con- and equipment. If you can arm, incurring medical ex- complicated, siderations, contact Nalderto help with any of these needs, penses of more than $1,000. An applicant who already start the application process, please contact Angle or "I'm just saying what my lives on an established route Application forms are avail- Jenipher. boss has told me," Nalder may be eligible for home de- able at the post office. Richland City Council Rodeo Club Works For Adoption Changes Meeting Date .............. ............ .The September m eting of .. Photo by Shorrie KVamme PAINTING THE TOWN YELLOW - or at least the curbs, is one way Amanda McLean, Rena Olson and Rena's room, JoLinn Hoover, are working toward cre- ating a Rodeo Club operating under the auspices of the Pine Eagle School dis- trict and supported through Pine Eagle United Youth Fund projects. by Sherrle Kvamme Youth Fund is supported by grants and donations and, as a non-profit corporation reg- istered in the State of Oregon, is recognized by the IRS as a tax- deductible charitable orga- nization. The mission of the Pine Eagle United Youth Fund is "to provide worthwhile fundraising op- portunities for local youth groups by de- veloping, fund- ing and admin- istering com- munity projects." For informa- tion about Pine Eagle United Youth Fund, grant applications or a list of available projects, please visit http://www.pinetel.com/ -youthfund/default.htm or call Linda Collier, chair; Kay Young, vice chairman; or di- rectors Katy Bloom, Jasper of the Hells Canyon Journal Coombes, Sandy Omann, Pat Sowers, Chance Anderson or Karl Young. Amanda McLean and Rena Olson have made a strong commitment to the Pine-Eagle Rodeo Club, in- cluding fundraising. To support their club activi- ties, they sold buttons at the fair, and will help set up tents for Cycle Oregon. Sunday, they were discovered painting the curbs in downtown Rich- land. The rodeo club will submit a request for official recogni- tion as a school activity to the Pine-Eagle School Board at its September 15 meeting. The club seeks to be included under the umbrella of school activities as the Pine-Eagle School Rodeo Team. By applying for fund-rais- ing work through the Pine Eagle United Youth Fund, the club could access the job bank already organized and available to assist young people and alternatively provide youth with mean- ingful and skill-building ser- vice jobs. The added plus is increased awareness and participation in their home community. Pine Eagle United by George Dyke September High Low Predp. 1 92 45 .00 2 92 46 .00 3 96 48 .00 4 90 48 .00 5 92 61 .00 6 92 51 .00 7 86 49 .00 ii i or..o .ox,ou, i Weeds Information oreaonweeds oral 55-Year Weather Records for the same dates 1948-2002. Year in () Avg. Max. Min. Avg. Max. Min. High High (Yr.) High (Yr.) Low Low (Yr.) Low (Yr.) 84 101 (50)63 (64) 41 56 (63) 30 (99) 83 102 (50)61 (00) 42 54 (94) 32 (99) 83 99 (50)64 (00) 41 55 (97) 30 (93) 84 1DO (98)69 (00) 41 60 (50) 29 (69) 83 104 (55) 65 (00) 42 57 (78) 30 (69) 83 98 (55)65 (92) 42 56 (78) 30 (48) 82 96 (55)61 (78) 42 61 (98) 26 (92) I I II I II I III IIII How would you pay for the cost of long-term care? A Tax-Qualified Long Term Care insurance policy (LTC-400 and 440) COUNTRY can help you conserve your savings and protect assets have accumulated over a lifetime, Find out more today. Policies issued by COUNTRY Ufe Insurance Company@, Bloomington, IL. LTC0903A from you Insurance www.countryfinancial.com the Richland City Council, regularly scheduled for Sep- tember 11, will be held Tues- day, September 16 at 7:00 p.m. at Richland City Hall. & Financial Services @2003, CC Services, Inc. III Photo by Steve Beckstrom to stay aboard for the eight Amanda Wilde 523-9930 Covering Baker, Union, and Wallowa counties IIIII Conservation Tour Reminder Please RSVP Renece Forsea at 893-6292 if you plan to participate in the Eagle Valley Soil and Water Conservation District's Fall Conservation Tour Sept. 16. The tour will visit the Fizz Springs conservation project in addition to several points mentioned in an earlier news release. 2004 Rodeo Royalty Chosen Baker County Fair and Rodeo in Halfway and the Hells Canyon Junior Rodeo royalty was selected over fair weekend. Kirian Kossler will reign as queen with her princess Laura Hale over next year's Labor Day weekend event. The Hells Canyon Junior Rodeo, held in July, will see Queen Shyla Melchoir and princesses Alex and Kristan Gulick hold court at their event. BalteT City t uncral I~,~11, Inc,, Colfe s ,_~n er ~/ ~om e 1950 Place Street, Baker City. 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