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Page 17 Hells Canyon Journal September 13, 2000 -continued- Shoe & Leather Goods Serving Northeastern Oregon Since 1919 Keith Johnson - Owner ANDERSON'S SHOE & LEATHER GOODS is Northeastern Oregon's leather supplies headquarters. Here you can find all types of leather goods - upholstery leather, garment leather, rawhide and leather for crafts. You'll find all your leather working tools and supplies here, too, such as awls, punches, and expert advice on all types of leather work and repair. ANDERSON'S SHOE & LEATHER GOODS also specializes in shoe repair and restoration. Take your old shoes, boots and damaged leather goods here first. You can find all kinds of leather products, leather crafts and leather working accessories. So come to ANDERSON'S SHOE & LEATHER GOODS today. They're located at 1407 Adams Ave. in La Grande, phone 963-5316. Drop by for the best in leather II be glad you did. Borello's Restaurant Cheryl Borello - Owner Take a drive to beautiful Sumpter and enjoythe cozy atmosphere at BORELLO'S RESTAURANT at 175 S. Mill, phone 894-2480. BORELLO'S features the finest in Italian food and the highest quality steak and lobster. Here the service is cordial a'nd warm in a wonderful atmosphere. Extreme care and thought go into everything. The spectacular scenery of the Northwest is captured elegantly with their fine collection of Northwestern art, which is available for elUrchase. We suggest finishing your evening with one of BORELLO'S egendary" mouth-watering desserts. BORELLO'S is open Friday - Tuesday; Monday and Tuesday 5 p.m. - 9 p.m. and Fridays 5 p.m. - 10p.m. They are also available for special breakfasts on Saturdays andSundays and are open from 7 a.m.-10 p.m. The writers of this 2000 Look At Business suggest you make BORELLO'S your place for that very special meal. Cheryl and her entire staff appreciate your business and look forward to serving you soon. Elkhorn Title Company The Only Locally Owned Title C'}mpany In Baker County Since 191C2 Located at 1725 Main in Baker City, phone 541-523-6477, has considerable experience in matters regarding iand and its ownership. They are one of the area's leading title insurance firms and they perform many invaluable services to homeowners, ranchers and business people throughout Baker County. See ELKHORN TITLE COMPANY first for complete.title insurance and escrow real estate closings. Their experienced staff of trained title and escrow personnel will help to minimize ANY problem you may have in securing a clear title to your property. If you're contemplating buying or selling some real estate, you should contact this reliable firm FIRST and find out about the advantages and low cost of title insurance and escrow services. As the writers of this 2000 Look At Business, we suggest that all prospective property owners do what smart real estate agents throughout the state do and get in touch with ELKHORN TITLE COMPANY for fast, friendly service on all of your title insurance and escrow needs. Construction, Inc. Joe Seale - Owner It is the opinion of most anyone of the La Grande area who has had SUMMIT CONSTRUCTION, INC. handle their building construction that there is no more qualified contractor anywhere. a With offices located at 10401 S. Grandview Dr. in La Grande, phone 962-0823 or cellular 962-4778 for estimates, this is one general contractor with the ability and equipment to get the job done right! This organization is noted for their fair prices and business-like policies.They urge anyone considering building to contact them for a referral list ot satisfied customers. Their work is their best recommendation! Using only the latest equipment and proper tools, this is one firm that combines the most up-to-date building techniques with a professional attitude to see YOUR job through to its entirety! The authors of this 2000 Look At Business wish to take time to commend this well respected construction company and suggest them to our readers to take care of ALL their construction needs! qg~- Pi Eagle VoUeyb llReport wereinagamesituationwith aredifficulttoplay, because Isawalotofgoodthingson. ne a allthe new faces, andyou could every time your team makes a the court, with potential for tell they were a little nervous, mistake the other team earns more growth. The two stron- by Coach Barbie Morgan andChassAndersonasmiddle However, as time passed, the a point. The level of play gest points were the girls' abil- The Spartans played their blockers, girls relaxed and started play- changes, as everyone plays ity to playas a team and their first tournament this pastThe Spartan netters trav-ing like a team, setting the more cautiously. I was proud willingness to hustle. Thisis weekend, with returning var- eled to Prairie City Saturday pace for the rest of the day. of how the girls stayed in the probably the quickest team I sityplayersBarbaraSchraderandplayedteamsfromBaker The Spartans split with game and kept their cool.have ever coached, and that and Bobble Weir as outsideCity(JV), Huntington, Spray, Baker JV, Burnt River andThe championship match will carry them a long way. hitters, Michelle May as set- Burnt River and Prairie City. Prairie City, and won both against Prarie City was aThe girls and I are very ex- ter, and defensive specialists Each team played each other games with Huntington. Attough one, with both teams cited abouttheseasontocome. Gabe Bonn and Kellie twice in the tournament. At the end of the day, the Spar- tired after a long day on the You can catch both the varsity Morwood.Theywerejoinedby the end of the day, the two tans were tied with Bakercourts. The Spartans lost the and junior varsity girls in ac- newcomers Rebecca Bledsoe as teams with the most wins ad- City JV. To break the tie, the first game, but dug deep to tion on September 16 in Half- defensive specialist, outside vanced to the championship. Spartans and Bulldogs played win the next two and take the way, as we host our own tour- hitter CorieCarnahan,setters The Spartans came out hotone rally-scored game to 15, Prairie City Tournament. nament. Come and see just Joey Gover and Stephanie and beat Spray in both games, andtheSpartanscameoutthe I was proud of the how much hustle this hard- Petersen, and Christy Bryan It was the first time the girls winner. Rally-scored games Spartan's opening weekend, serving team has to offer! Go /e do/e C ep/ernber C e/ec/ roup of c /o n t /e rio / o n c3o /e 39103 Pocahontas Road, Baker City 541-52 $ TtlU$ 4Y NIGHTS CHINESE NIGHfl t, ao. S-#PM RUPdY NISHTS ping.p0ng Tournament' sta ino in October! Cash Pdzes givv, away! Coming Ocfober 28- Special Rules-come in and ask about it, Hoo ]oo Main Street, IIalfway