100 Years Ago

From the East Oregonian

May 30-31, 1915

A baseball novelty was offered fans yesterday afternoon when two teams, styling themselves the All-Stars and the Cubs, played a game on roller skates at the pavilion near Round-up Park. An indoor baseball was used. The All-Stars won 11 to 7. The battery for the winners was Dunnngton and Stolts and for the losers Tidd and Goodman. Another game will be played Wednesday afternoon.

50 Years Ago

From the East Oregonian

May 30-31, 1965

A Pendleton man who has laboriously fashioned 50,000 arrowheads during the last 40 years says there is one sure way to tell the difference between his products and those made by long-ago Indians: “Mine are better.” Harold Dobyns, 70, a retired federal wildlife biologist, clamps down on his cigar and his eyes sparkle when he makes the statement. Dobyns said many of his arrowheads are in collections from here to England. They were never sold as Indian arrowheads, he says, just “arrowheads.” James Billy of the Umatilla tribe taught the craft to Dobyns. Billy was the last of the tribe’s arrowhead makers.

25 Years Ago

From the East Oregonian

May 30-31, 1990

Pendleton High School awarded graduation diplomas to 189 students Wednesday night, but one graduate earned a standing ovation. Holley Dames, who had been told after an October 1988 accident she might never walk again, used a walker to reach the stand where School Board Chairwoman Debbie Hawkins handed her an award. Most of the approximately 2,000 in attendance stood and cheered as Dames, who started this school year in a wheelchair, retrieved her diploma.

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