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    ; ( ) Lexington news
iyDelpha Jones 989-8189
State Grange master visits
Pomona Grange session
Blazer workshop set
Tin- lfi'iu-i- Gazelle-Times, Heppner, Oregon, Thursday. November 1, 1979 FIVE
O.E.S. chapter receives visitation
A lengthy and instructive
Pomona Grange meeting was
held at the Lexington Grange
Hall Oct. 27 at 10:30 a.m.
Introduced at this time were
State Master W.C. Harris;
Executive member William
Taggert; Ralph Fenton, Ore
gon State Deputy; Berl Akers,
Executive committee mem
ber and wife Margaret, the
District No. 6 WCA Chairman ;
Delta Johnson, Sherman
CountyPomona Master and
. District WCA Chairman;
Morton Wolverton, Umatilla
County Deputy; Joe DuPuis,
Umatilla Pomona Master;
and guests Rolland Johnson,
Mrs. Fenton, Mrs. Harris and
Mrs. Taggert. Also introduced
were Mr. and Mrs. Bates who
were celebrating their 64
years of married life, and
these fine people were presen
ted a cake from the Pomona.
The state officers were
present to explain the reasons
for the consolidation of the
counties of Morrow, Sherman,
Wheeler and Gilliam into a
' district, as the last three
counties have the less active
granges. Following this nee
ded and appreciated discus
sion of pros and cons, most
concern being the distances to
drive and the price of gaso
line, an election of officers
was held with the following
elected: Sherman County's
Rolland Johnson as Master of
Morrow County; Bryce
Keene, Overseer of Sherman
County; Delta Johnson as
Lecturer Morrow County ;
Steward Barton Clark, Mor
row County; Kenneth Smouse
as Assistant Steward, and his
wife Frances Smouse as lady
assistant Steward, Morrow
County; Anna Warren is
Chaplain, Morrow County;
Delpha Jones as Secretary,
and Charles C. Jones as
Treasurer, Wheeler County;
Gus Strecker as Gatekeeper,
Morrow County; Edna Melby
as Ceres, Morrow County;
Marie White as Pomona:
Nyna Knighten from Gilliam
County and the three Execu
tive committee members,
Mary Wilkins, J.G. Weimer,
Gilliam County and Dorris
Graves, Morrow County.
Several resolutions were
read from Lexington Grange,
one in opposition , to the
passage of SB14 and this was
tabled as it had gone in
previously and was already in
the proper hands for consi
deration. A discussion of
supporting the use of alcohol
as fuel which had been acted
on previously in 1979 and had
gone from the state to the
national, was also tabled. The
one on the protection of "The
Willow Creek Watershed in
Morrow County State of Ore
gon" was favorable and will
be sent to the state office. A
thanks to the Lexington
Grange for the fine dinner was
the foulh topic.
Favorable reports were
heard from the WCA chair
man Mildred Wright and
Margaret Akers.
The following ladies re
ceived checks from Morrow
County Pomona for winning at
the Pomona level in the
sewing and needlework con
tests: Marie White, Martha
Baker. Marilyn Bergstrom
and Ruth Bergstrom.
Dec. 9 has been set for the
date of the installation of the
Pomona and subordinate offi
cers at the Willows Grange
Hall at 2:30 p.m. with a
potluck dinner to follow. The
installing team from Umatilla
County, under the direction of
Morton Wolverton. will do the
installing.
Under the CWA the group
heard of a new hearing
program being formed in
Morrow and Umatilla counties
for students and pre-schoolers.
There is a class acting at
the present in Umatilla
County in Hermiston and this
will get support from the
Grange hearing program.
Grangers were present from
Rufus. Mikkalo, Powell Butte.
Stanfield. Columbia, Lexing
ton. Greenfield, Willows, and
Rhea Creek.
The January meeting place
will be announced later.
A turkey dinner was served
at noon with Barbara Bloods
worth in charge.
Meals for Vets
Nearly 98 million meals
were served in Veterans
Administration medical cen
ters last year.
By Birdine Tlillis
Jacket Workshop
Women in Morrow and
Umatilla counties will be
sporting the most popular
clothing item of the fall season
at the completion o! a jacket
for blazer) workshop sche
duled by the Extension Ser
vice for early November.
The two session workshop
will be taught by Debbie Lee,
Umatilla County Extension
Service, and Birdine Tullis,
Morrow County. Techniques
will be taught for quickly
completing a jacket of wool, or
similar woven fabrics.
The Morrow County classes
will be Nov. 8 and 14, at the
Annex at the fairgrounds in
Heppner. About 20 women
have enrolled for the classes.
Those enrolled will receive
information on what to bring
to the first session of the
workshop. Jackets are by far
the most popular clothing item
of fall completing the suited
look, or worn as separates
with both skirts and pants.
Blue ML
reserving
play seats
Season ticket holders may
reserve seats by mail for the
College-Community Theatre's
fall play. "Blithe Spirit" to be
presented Nov. 8. 9. 10 and
Nov. ir. Hi. 17.
The comedy was written by
Noel Coward and is directed
by Caryl Clapp and Bill
Manny. Starring in the pro
duction are Jim Willis. Ro
berta Jones. Jody Noble.
Tracy Duke. Melanie Rosan
baum. Joanne Schlapia and
Mike Daschback
Those wishing to reserve a
scat must write to Blue
Mountain Community College
at P.O. Box 100 specifying
their name, phone number,
number of seats desired, date
and whether all seals must be
together. Season tickets are
still available by writing the
college at the same address.
Reservations are due at the
college no later than Nov. 5
Tickets will be held at the box
office the evening of the
performance and must be
claimed by 7:50 p.m.
' Our budget buys are better 9
J Country Fresh
j Medium Eggs
65
doz.
Western Family
Catsup 20 oz.
55
Solid Head
Cabbage
13l
Mrs. Smith's
Apple Pie
10 inch
98
Western Family
I
! Sliced Bacon !
Flav-R-Pac I
Hash Browns Ib
75
i
12 oz.j
Yellow
Dry Onions
lb.
Turkey
Hindquarters
59
lb.
Ialley's
Chili
15 oz.
65
Can
We're open 7 days a ueek for your convenience
off
Lexington
939-8133
We're a Super Country Store"
Prices effective Thursday, Nov. 1
l.Mrni (trefoil llosiil:il anil
lijininu Center ( hrislnias
Needs
Information Irnm the direc
tor ol volunteer service a'
K.isIitii Oregon Hospital and
Training Center in Pendleton
tells us that .ig.iiii this car
there is a need for gifts ol
articles or money to help
make Christinas a more
joyous occasion at the hospi
tal. Many patients have no
family or friends to provide
gifts.
A list is available from the
extension service for the most
needed or requested items for
the patients. It is helpful if
your gifts or check arrives by
Dec. 1 as volunteers begin
wrapping soon after that date.
Almost any item is acceptable
as a gift. Please do not wrap
items, but gift wrap and tie is
appreciated. Include your
name and address on all boxes
and sacks. Please, send only
new items. Chronological age
: p.ii'.i-nis i ii, c;ir and over.
o children's clothing cannot
be Used
MentalK main patients are
children and en sturdy tin s
and Raines especially edtica
' on.il and manipulative items
Miat leach or build basic living
skills. If you are sending a gift
of money, make your check
payable to Christmas
Project '70. and send it to
Kaslern Oregon Hospital and
Training Center at Box A in
Pendleton. (17)101 .
Nazarenes plan
special services
The Rev Hay Kellom and
his wife will be conducting
special services at the Hepp
ner Church ol the Naarene
from Nov. 12 through Nov. 18.
said the Rev. James King,
pastor
The public is invited.
Mrs Meryl Keardon. Mil
uaukie. Assistant Grand Con
ductress of the (Jrand Chapter,
of Oregon, made an official
visit at a special Oct. 17
meeting ot the Ruth-Locust
Chapter No. 32. O.E.S.
She gave the officers helpful
instruction in their ritualistic
Singspiration
slated Nov. 11
November's ecumenical
Singspiration will be held at
7:30 p.m. Nov. 11 at the
Church of the Nazarene in
Heppner.
The Rev. James J. King.
pastor, said a movie, "If I
Should Die," will be shown
following the song service. A
free-will offering will be
taken.
Coffee and doughnuts will be
served in the church fellow
ship rooms afterwards, he
said. The program is spon
sored by the Heppner Minis
terial Association.
work. Before the meeting a
no-host dinner was enjoyed.
Another special meeting for
members will be Nov. 14 when .
a district meeting will be held
at Hermiston. Umatilla, Ruth
Locust and Queen Esther
Chapters will take part.
Mrs. Dorothy Doane. from
Eugene. Worthy Grand Ma
tron of the Grand Chapter of
Oregon, will be making her
official visit. A potluck dinner
will precede the meeting at
6::t0 p.m. in the Hermiston
Masonic Hall.
Ruth-Locust members are
reminded of a practice session
at their regular Nov. 12
meeting in Heppner.
Permanent disabled
In 1970. 9 percent of white
people and 13 percent of
blacks reported permanent
work disabilities.
f Remember j
Inventory Clearance Sale
Is stilt going on
Oct. 25th thru Nov. 10th
50 off
All Fabrics
Judy's Heppner 676-5106
Fabric & Macrame
40 off
All notions
The doors will close
permanently after
Nov. 10th
J
lone Cardinal Club
presents a Turkey Dinner
with all the trimmings
( all home-made salads,
rolls and pies)
Sunday, Nov. 1 1th
5:00 to 10:00 p.m.
lone Legion Hall
Dancing and Entertainment
To support lone High School
Scholarship Fund and related
school activities
Adults-S4
Students-S250
Under 6 years-50
HANK OF
UHzastem Oregon
lone Branch
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BPA must allocate limited electricity
supplies.
BPA doesn't have enough firm electric power
to meet its customers' future needs. We've
already told the direct-service industries we
won't be able to offer new contracts to them
when their present contracts expire. We no
longer guarantee firm energy to investor
owned utilities. We can't even guarantee
. serving the full requirements of publicly owned
utilities and cooperatives after HKS.'l. By law.
they get first call on federal powei But what
do you do when there isn't enough to go
around?
Who should get the power?
The decision isn't easy to make. But under the
Bonneville Project Act. the BPA AdmmiMiator
must determine which customers get how
much federal power. The law is clear that
cooperatives and publicly owned utilities get
first call. But, should this allocation of power
go to newly formed public utilities as well?
Should some preference customers be cut
back more than others?
On January 23, 1978, we filed a notice of intent
to develop an allocation policy. We received a
lot of comments and suggestions. With those
in mind, we have now drafted a formal proposal.
Talk to us.
It's important that you know about and think
about the proposed policy. Its effect on your
community may be profound. So find out what
it i. Then give us your comments and
suggestions.
To learn about the proposed new policy, attend
our public information meetings on Monday,
7:30 PM, November 5, 1979 at:
The Forum
Walla Walla Community College
500 Tausick Way
Walla Walla, Washington
Write to us for information at P.O. Box 12999,
Portland, Oregon 97212. Or, call toll free:
In Oregon 800-452-8429. Outside Oregon
800-547-6048.
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