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_ 4 THE CLATSKANIE CHIEF SEPTEMBER 21:2000 Brown and McKay United Library to Observe Banned Books f-  The Clat..famie Library District is Catcher {n the Rye, J.D..: ab,, - tTown00 at Oceanside Wedding. joining the American Library As- The ' Ten Most .. director. 1t[." t sociation in sponsored Banned Books of 1999 reIk Books Wk, SepL 23-30, with the variety of themes, said  theme. Fish in the River of Kruse, library - Ream $oR Born A son, Colton Christopher Ream, was born SepL 14, three weeks early, in Madigan Army Medical Center, Tacoma, Wash., to Heather and Jared Ream of Oak Harbor, Wash. He weighed 6 pounds g ounces and was 18 114 inches long. Grandparents are Jack and Barb Ripplinger of Clatskanie and Lyune and Donald Ream of Clarks Hill, Ind. Great grandmothers are Eleanor Scott of Corvallis and Evelyn Rip- plinger of Dallas. " ell Jew by Myrtle Slanger |1 , Phone 503-755-2212 ]1 Helen Nordstrom spent most of the week visiting her daughter and son- Reed Son Born A son, Michael Raymond Reed Jr., was born Sept. 5 at Legacy Meridian Park Hospital to Judith and Michael Reed St. of Deer Island. He weighed 8 pounds 7 ounces and was 19 3/4 inches long. He joins two brothers, Nathan 5, and Keenan, 3. Grandparents are the late Helyne and William Reed of Clatskanie, John and Chris Low of Scappoose, and Valerie Low of Beaverton. Thank You The Bryant House Pre-School wishes to thank Ken Palm, Russ Schaffmn and Ron Puzey for all of the work done on our new playground. Bryant House Pre-School Class of 2000-2001 Thank You in-law in Ocean Park, Wash. All at- I wish to thank the Clatskanie tended the Washington state fair at Police Force for their exceptional Puyallup. Helen claimed it was a performance when I reported my good fair again. The Twomblys went with their Good Sum last week to eastern Or- egon and again this past week to Riv- ers End campground, coming home on Saturday. They were invited by their daughter and son-in-law, Heather and Mark Simpson, for a beef barbecue. Other guests were Lyle and Maxine Ordway of Seaside. Summer will fade to fall on Mon- camera stolen at my daughter's wedding reception at the American Legion . Sgt. Hoover respoaded immed- iately upon my calling the depart- meat to take the report on Monday. He conducted his investigation quickly and in a professional man- ner. Upon examining the evidence, he was able to locate the suspect in Scappoose, Oregon. day of this week. They have been Shortly thereafter, the Seappoose predicting very warm days, but so far department made an arrest and my today dawned quite cool with a camera was located. The police warmer and sunny afternoon. 4-H record books arc due for the year on Sept. 25, which is next Mon- day, at the defoe in Astoria. Jewell seniors will hold their pot- luck luncheon on this Friday, Sept. 22. returned my property the following Thursday, and I can only appreciate the outstanding officers that protect and serve our community. We are indeed fortunate to have them. Thank you again! Patti & Chip Waisanen Kelly Ann Brown and Bradley Allen McKay, both of Clatskanie, were united in marriage.during an outdoor Aug. 5 ceremony overlooking the ocean and the Heceta Head Lighthouse near Yachats. Mary Crook served as presiding minister. The bride, the daughter of Ken and Jeannie Green of Clatskanie and Dan Brown of Bremerton, Wash., wore a floor-length gown and carried a bouquet of white and lavender roses. Dana Sikcs served as matron of honor and Ashlee McKay, daughter of the groom, served as bridesmaid. Both attendants wore floor-length laven- dar dresses. The groom, the son of Dean and Vicki McKay of Clatskanie, was attired in a black tuxedo, complete with a silver embroidered vest. Jason Krause served as best man and wore similar attire to the groom. The reception, held Aug. 19, was located at the home of Bette Best in Clatskanie. The newlywed couple traveled to St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands for their honeymoon, and upon their return made-their home in Clatskanie. The groom is a graduate of Clatskanie High School and is self- employed as a general contractor. The bride is a graduate of Central Kitsap High School in Bremerton and is currently employed by Dr. James Tyack, dentist. Photo by Calvin Olsen CES Parents Group Busy With Fundraisers Parents Supporting Education The PSEA meets the first waited in line and to ose who Association (PSEA) at Clatskanie Tuesday of each month at 9 a.m. in waited during our delay. Elementary School is busy raising the CES cafeteria. All parents and In response to a letter from Del funds to help with various projects intested community members are Dyer in the Chief about a need at enriching educational opportunities encouraged to attend. Turning Point, the PSEA found a at school. Thank You from PSDI perfect opportunity to use the open Cmxendy PSEA is organizing house as a vehicle to alleviate some the sale of Sally Foster Gift Wrap Monday night the CES PSEA with 50% of the gross sales going was able to support two goals of this need. Even though a note to support the Reading Is through the  House event, was sent home as late as Monday Fundamental (RIF) program, OMSI On behalf of the PSEA, I'd like afternoon, that night we were able Outreach activities and other to especially thank Fultano's for to collect five boxes of food. pmjects and programs, providing a generous opportunity Thank you, parents, for your Catalogs of the gift wrap are for a fundraiser.-I'd also like to generous response and support for available from CES students or by extend a big thank you to the Turning Point and our open house contacting the CES office at 503 parents and faculty who volunteered pizza fundraiser. 728-2191. their time to serve pizza and help Darby Hunter, A Scholastic Book Fair is set for cleanup. Lastly, thank you to the PSEA member Oct. 4, 5 and 6 from g a.m. to 4 parents and families who patiendy p.m. in the mat room at CES. 00n00.dmom0000of.00 p.b.c Hilda Lahti Picks Students of are encouraged to attend the book nth fo Ch rful MO r " ee ness" Jones, Beverly Miller, Candy Nep- rud, Katie Shear, Kelsey Start, McKenzie Van Osdol, Taylor Wid- awski, Maraija Williamson, Adam Yaws, Aaron Zweber. Second grade: Donald Abbott, Ericka Barnett, Eddie Corder, Leslie Hebert, Roland Johansen, Aimi Kappelman, Brian Lampa, Rachel Tadei, Timmie Teague, Summer Willcms, Derrick Wing. First grade: Calvin Baker, Kyle Hulett, Jessica Mattix, Patrick Mor-gan, Cody Sporseen, Luke Van Gundy. Kindergarten: Kristi Funk, Pam- ela McElroy. Fall Story Time to Start at Library go to PSEA sponsored programs. Students of the month for Sep- The PSEA is also collecting tember have been announced by General Mills products "BOX Hilda Labti Elementary School in TOPS FOR EDUCATION," Knappa in the category of "cheer- Campbell's "LABELS FOR fulness" as follows: EDUCATION", and Flay-R- Eighth grade: Jeri Arnold, Dana Pac/Santiums "STOCK UP & Barendse, Tiffany Bartlett, Kevin CASH IN." Hennessee, Katio Ho, Rachel Ow- PSEA is also participating in enby, Jilly Ragnone, Hannah Rog- Target's "Take Charge of ers, AlvaRuiz, Lisa Shepard. Education," in which a 1% donation Seventh grade: Crystal Anderson, from charges on Target credit cards Alea Gribbin, Eric Johnson, Steven is donated to CES, and finally there Maki, Curtis Olds, Lacey Pietila, is a "SCHOOLCASH.COM" DerekSalo, KatieTeevin. program for online purchases. Sixth grade: Brian Anderson, Kit- Persons wanting complete sty Coghiil, Hannah Donayri, Elias information on how to help CES Hunsinger, Megan Johns, Tawny through these progrums may pick Pomeroy, Brian Riffe, Tamisha up an information packet at the Smith, Tommy Soto. CES office or call Leslie Fifth grade: Gary Aho, Stevie Thompson at 728-2789. Allen, Jesscka Andres, Chad Ar- nold, Janae Fox, Courtney Funk, Gretchen George, Josh Gilliam, United Way Raffle Jessica Johansen, Donnie Shrode, Kirk Stanovich, Michaela Wait, Prizes Pictured Williamson. Fourth grade: Wes Anderson, Photographs of prizes in the Katie Ferguson, Dcvan Fluldnger, Columbia County Community Cassie Jones, Doug Montgomery, Wide Raffle to benefit United Way Luke Newberry, Allannah Rose, are now on display at ticket sale Shelby Williams. sites throughdut the county. Third grade: Maria Andres, Sandy In Clatskanie, those sites include Baker, Michael Burgher, Danielle Hump's Restaurant, G&L Fashions Donayri, Mitchell Elliott, Heather and Turning Point, and in Rainier Gadberry, Lexi Gra"ybeal, Rusty the picture of the prizes can be seen Hebert, Taryn Hirahara, Keisha at H.O.P.E., Kandi's Koffee Espresso, and More Power Coomputer Upgrades. Raffle organizers thanked Ken Corliss of Columbia River People's Utility District for providing the picture. They invite everyone to "spend a dollar, help United Way help others, and get a chance to win one of 23 great prizes or one of two grand p,iz=." The drawing will'be held at the Seappoose Sauerkraut Festival on Oct. 14. Ticket holders need not be present to win. Those with questions may call the United Way offw.e at 503 556-3614. The Clatskanie Library District will begin its Fall Story Time on Wednesday, Sept. 27, for children age.s 3 to 5 years old. Each session will begin at 1 p.m. and last for 30 to 45 minutes. Stories will be read to the children, followed by a craft project or a a game. The sessions will continue each Wednesday through Nov. 29. Parents of children interested in attending the weekly story times have been asked to call the library at 503-728-3732 during regular operating hours to register. Knowledge." The Clatskanie Library has four books in its reference collection for literature suppressed on religious ground, political grounds, social grounds, or sexual grounds. Following is a list of books that were most frequently challenged in school and public libraries during the 1990s: Scary Story series, Alvin Schwartz; Daddy's Roommate, Michael Willhoite; I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, Maya Angelou; The Chocolate War, Robert Cormier; The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain; Of Mice and Men, John Steinbeck; Forever, Judy Blume; Bridge to Terabithia, Katherine Paterson; Heather Has Two Mommies, Leslea Newton; The in order of most freq lenged, are:  D Harry Potter series,  ling; Alice series, Phq r nolds Naylor; The G &, i t War, Robert Cormier;, I1 Judy Blume; Fallen An Dean Myers; Of Mice i ,i John Steinbeck; I Kno it Caged Bird Sings, Maylt i] The Handmaid's Tale, t Atwood; The Color P h Walker, Snow Falling att David Guterson. A summary and a li lenges in Oregon Public !' libraries is available at kanie Library District. lg invited members of the[ s drop in to view the lists  or call the library at 503,.• I for more information. ]k ltN Heritage Committee BeginS[00 • * " b Planmng," Rewews Funds The fall meeting of the Clat- logging show (other f?t, skanie Heritage Days Committee is donated separately to  "" set for Thursday, Sept. 28, at 5:30 of the even0, $1687r I0IL: _ p.m. in the small meeting room at Hump's Restaurant. All persons interested in helping to plan, develop and fundraise for Clatskanie's 2001 4th of July celebration are encouraged to attend. In announcing the meeting, Heritage Committee members noted that the cost for the 2000 Heritage Days celebration totaled $12,837 including $3400 for the Johnny Limbo concert, $7000 for the fireworks display, $750 for the Heritage Days conibution to the Active Parenting Class Begins Oct. The "1, 2, 3, 4 Parents" series, a free Active Parenting class, will be offered from 6:30-8:30 p.m. on Thursdays, beginning Oct. 5 and continuing through Oct. 19 in United Way of Columbia County Receives PGE Grant for LE Officials of United Way of Columbia County recently expres- sed thanks to Portland General Electric, (PGE), for a $5,000 grant to be used for the position of Loaned Executive, CLE). This is the fifth year United Way of Columbia County has received the grant. As in prior years the grant allows United Way to hire the part time Administrative Assistant Jeannie Redell as an LE, thus increasing her position to full time for approximately four months. The grant also allows United Way to leverage many thousands of dollars more each year. Because of this they are able to reach more donors in the county and expand their efforts to educate the commu- nity about United Way and the services they fund for county residents. The offer of a volunteer from Trojan was another great surprise, according to United Way officials. Shelly Oberg volunteered to he a Loaned Executive during the current campaign. She has completed the LE training held by United Way of the Columbia-Willamette. According to United Way offi- cials, with Oberg's help and Rcll taking on additional hours, United Way of Columbia County is look- ing forward to reaching even more donors this year and having another reco-breaking camlmign. services -Ixties, e A total of $16855 including $2120 from b $2300 from the car sho donations, $3505 in adlt the Johnny Limbo co., from the carnival, and $ other sales (barkdust, etc.) At the Sept. 28 memP committee, which is o interested area residents,'  c planning for next year s  t) I u Room #13, at the fomet b Middle School Building,! Street. Persons are through the sg:hool c afet € The course is gear  desi : parenting easier rewarding. Gall Hcks the video and discuss: covering development..l learning tasks for cb'dql birth to four. The c _I.II  parents problem-solV'. m effective, yet easy, t niques, how to keep tlte.jk why thir child acts like1, t care why taking of important. The class is ever, there is a $15 ˘igl. Persons wishing to at 1-503-70000 The following will be offered hter i,ml Active Parenting (for children ages 8-17),fr Board (for parents o children); and Parenti nity, a one-day parenti_ The class dates; will be a later time. Columbia Humane Society Sets 15th Birthday Party Columbia Humane Society will host its 15th birthday party on Sept. 30, from 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m. at the shelter, 2084 Oregon St., St. Helens. All interested persons are invited to attend and CHS alumni animals and owners are encouraged to come. Events will include: dog and eat microchipping, dog obedience fun match, canine good citizenship test- at begin its fall season on Sept 28. All CYCLE functions are free and are held on Thursdays, for grades 5-12, at the former Clatska- hie Middle School, off Bryant Chief Ads Get CYCLE Slated to Begin Sept. Clatskanie Youth Center Learn- food, Creative Craf Cookin'?, basic dra ing Environment, CYCLE, Clat- / mixing technique, skanie's after school program, will Activities and Students are respo own transportation to CYCLE activities. I  Persons wishing Su'eet/CYCLE is a drop-in pro- tion may call CYC V]l gram, so students may pick and Gall Hicks at 503-77'1 choose which activities they wish visit the web site at #e.tl to attend, www.clatskanie.com/ Upcoming activities include: free 1.html. ing, a cake cutting ceremony noon and shelter tours Part of the preparation for the celebration includes a pet photo contest. Interested persons may send entries of pet photos and any story of. their rescue to the shelter by Sept. 26. Winners will be on dis- play at the party. Persons may call 1-503-397-5834 for more information. I00CY$ and UIN - Pot i Fri. Sept. 20, 7:30 p.m - Phone ,(360)575-TIXX .(888)423-TIX$ Tickets for this Professional Touring Production: $19, $29, $34 .... "1 -Ciip &-Present-This ............................................................................. il 25% Discount Coup Good for 25% reduction on any tw.o regular price Columbia Theatre for the Performing Arts-