Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, April 03, 1980, Page FOUR, Image 4

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    KOl'R The Heppner OiueUe-Times. Heppner. Oregon, Thursday, April a. 1W
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This week between Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday, the
historic Holy Week, an annual renaissance, may bring us
warmer weather at last. Many Morrowites can recall,
however, that opening daffodils and hyacinths have been
pelted with hail and covered with snowflakes some springs in
this area. I've been hoping to get at some yardwork but am
not enthusiastic about working outside in the bone-chilling
wind.
Our Pacific Northwest has been excited about having the
only active volcano in the 48 contiguous states altering the
shape and usual spring schedule of lovely Mt. St. Helens. This
outburst has attracted many scientists to southwest
Washington State and has commanded a great deal of media
attention.
Last weekend saw lots of folks traveling to Lexington
again, as they had to visit the openhouse of Piper's Country
Store the previous weekend. Last Saturday there was a great
collection of cars and pickups parked near the Williams'
mini-ranch, and the large group of county residents was
joined by dozens of "outside" visitors. All of them shivered in
the cold wind during the extensive, lively auctioning of a
large accumulation of household and farm-type goods. Some
of the antique items included an old wagon seat, ancient
cooking articles, old clocks, and some long-used farm and
garden tools.
Right now quite a few of the ambitious high school
seniors in the county are rushing about filling in scholarship
forms and asking employers, teachers and acquaintances to
write letters of recommendation for them. They have only six
weeks more of classwork. Graudation invitations and
announcements have arrived, and senioritis is in full bloom.
A special, exciting, big event due at Heppner High School
in just three weeks is the First musical production in quite a
few years, "Frankenstein's Follies." The cooperative effort
by the music departments and its instrumentalists and
vocalists and the drama department should delight the
community. The extravaganza will be presented on the
evenings of Thursday, May 1 and Friday, May 2. The
students and coaches have been putting in many hours of
practice in preparation for their two-night run.
In Umatjlla. 9nd, Morrow counties there is a
federally-funded RSVP (Retired Senior Volunteer Program)
which is directed by June Wagner, who has her office in
Pendleton, but who corns several Wednesdays each month to
the communities of this county to help enlist retired persons
in activities that are helpful to them and to their
communities. Mrs. Wagner always checks in at the
Neighborhood Center in Heppner. The RSVP program and its
professionally-trained leaders insist that post-retirement
health is very closely related to the activity, the community
involvement, the feeling of being needed and appreciated
that they want to help older citizens realize.
The Older Americans Act under which the Area Agency
on Aging activities such as the senior meals, home health
(are, legal aid for seniors, and the buses for transportation of
Seniors and handicapped persons are partly financed relies
on volunteer help and volunteer cash contributions to carry
on much of their functioning. Morrow County residents need
to appreciate the advantages offered to elderly citizens here,
and everyone should be encouraged to support these
programs.
Extension has tips
By Birdine Tullis
Nutrition in the news
It seems that nutrition has
become a household word.
Americans are making chan
ges in what they eat as they
become more aware that
nutrition plays an important (
part in good health feeling
good, and looking that way,
too.
The seven dietary guide
lines issued by the federal
government, although contro
versial, have focused national
attention on nutrition. The
guidelines, developed jointly -by
the U.S. Dept. of Agricul
ture and Health, Education
and Welfare, are summarized
in a new publication called,
"Nutrition and Your Health", -which
is available at the
county extension office.
Summarized, the new die
tary guidelines are: eat a
variety of foods; maintain
ideal weight, avoid too much
fat, saturated fat and choles
,trol, eat foods with adequate
amounts of starch and fiber;
avoid too much sugar; avoid
too much sodium (salt); if you
drink alcohol, do so in
moderation.
Cost of Operating Your Car
Typical cost to own and
drive a new intermediate
sized U.S. car 10,000 miles a
year was 38 cents per mile in
1979, according to Hertz Cor
poration's annual estimate.
Window Devoted to Ag Day
Be sure to glance in the
window of Gardner's Men's
Wear as you walk down Main
Street in Heppner, and enjoy
the salute to agriculture
display. Marking national Ag
Day, March 20, Ruth Nutting,
Morrow CowBelles president,
made the attractive display,
featuring county agricultural
commodities and information
related to the industries.
Ag Day and the importance
of agriculture to our area was
spotlighted by Ruth Nutting at
a recent Chamber of Com
merce meeting. Representing
all the women in agricultural
groups, she called attention to
the day by presenting each
chamber member with a
packet of beef recipes to carry ,
home, with a surprise of a $10
dollar beef certificate hidden
in one packet.
Contemporary Quilting
Crazy quilting is catching
on, and several Morrow
County women recently at
tended a how-to workshop
sponsored by extension in
Pendleton.
One who attended the quilt
was enthusiast and expert,
Theta Lowe of Heppner. She is
so excited about the many
possibilities of the creative
crazy quilting that she is
sharing the skill with others
each Thursday morning.
The concept is similar to the
old fashioned velvet or other
HELP WANTED
Several Temporary Position! Beginning In
April Or May And Lasting Through October
Or Novemoer. Pay $3.91 to $4.83 Per Hourg
1RB PLANTERS i
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Needed Starting April
One Month. Pay $3.91
Apply At US. Forest Service Office
Heppner, Oregon
Easter services planned
Three community-wide
Easter services will take
place in Heppner beginning
with a dramatic court trial in
the All Saints Episcopal
Church at 7:30p.m. tomorrow.
The South Morrow County
Ministerial Association has
published and posted in public
places subpoena calling for
their fellow citizens to appear
to act as jury members at the
re-creation of the trial of Jesus
of Nazareth, the defendant. A
prosecuting attorney and a
defense attorney will call a
series of witnesses.
Testimonies to be presented
will be judged by those who
attend and who will decide
again whether they feel that
the defendant should live or
die.
On Easter Sunday morning
at 6:30 a.m. there will be a
community Sunrise Service in
the upper parking, lot at
Heppner High School. If the
weather is inclement, this
service will be moved into the
school building.
The Rev. Cathy Barker will
lead the musical sing at the
Sunrise Service.
The First Christian Church,'
275 Corner of Gale and Center
Streets, witi the Rev. Edwin
W. Sikes is having an open
Sunday School visitation with
the parents attending a shor
tened class from 9:45 to 10:30
a.m. A coffee hour will follow
with rolls and juice also being
served. Regular worship will
be at 11 a.m.
Hope Lutheran Church.
Cowins and Alfalfa, with
Pastor John Maas is having an
Easter Communion Service at
11 a.m. Sunday.
Valby Lutheran Church,
lone-Gooseberry, with Pastor
Maas is having a Maunday
Thursday Communion Service
tonight at 8. It is also planning
an Easter breakfast at 9 a.m.
Sunday preceded by an Easter
Communion Service at 8 a.m.
The Rev. James King and
members of the Nazarene
Church will be participating in
both ministerial association
services. The church will have
its regular service at 10 a.m.
Sunday.
The lone United Church of
Christ will have a Maunday
on nutrition, car operation
were hand stitched together
and over-embroidered.
Modern version is done on
machine, and while just as
lovely, is much faster.
The technique is great for
quilts, but just as nice for
table coverings, potholders,
pillows, or other smaller
items.
Others who attended the
workshop will be sharing the
idea, too. Nellie Madison will
demonstrate the techniques at
Pine City study group meeting
April 8, and Juanita Ryan of
Irrigon, will introduce Irrigon
women to the handicraft.
Unusual Fruits and Vege
tables .
Many unusual fruits and
vegetables available today
are not used because the
homemaker is unfamiliar with
ways to prepare or serve
them, or at what season they
are best, or what stage of
ripeness they should be used.
Many study groups in Mor-
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Thursday service tonight at 7
consisting of a simple meal,
communion and the office of
the tenebrae. That church will
also participate in the two
ministerial association ser
vices Good Friday and Enster.
Following the Sunrise Service
Sunday, there will be an
Easter breakfast in lone from
8: 30 to 9 and family worship at
10 a.m.
Lexington Church of Christ,
East Arcade in Lexington,
with the Rev. Robert Nash is
having Sunday School from
9:45 to 10:45 and special
Easter music at its worship
service following at 11 a.m.
Pastor Doug Thomas of the
Assembly of God Church said
members of his congregation
will be participating in the
Good Friday Service at the
Episcopal Church tomorrow
night and the Easter Com
munity Service Sunday morn
ing. That church will also have
its own Easter Service at 11
a.m.
St. Patrick's Catholic
Church with Father John
O'Brian is having an after
noon Good Friday Service at
2:30. There will be a blessing
of the Catholic candle at 6:30
a.m. Sunday and Mass at 11
a.m. There will also be a Mass
and Sing in lone at 8:45 a.m.
United Methodist Church in
Heppner is having an Easter
Service Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
The Rev. S. Michael Sheridan
said the members will also be
participating in the Good
Friday Service tomorrow
night and the Easter Sunrise
Service Sunday morning.
Next week, Sunday, April
13. at 7:30 p.m., a cooperative
Easter Concert will be given
under the direction of Arnie
Hedman in the Heppner
United Methodist Church.
About 30 vocalists from var
ious churches have been
practicing for this presenta
tion for some time. They will
be accompanied by Carley
Drake at the organ and Judy
Maas on the piano.
Everyone is cordially in
vited to attend the musical
presentation and to stay
afterward to enjoy refresh
ments together in the church
social rooms.
become familiar with such
fruits and vegetables as papa
yas, kiwi, jimaca. artichokes,
celery root, ginger root, bok
choy, diakon or Japanese
radish, nappa, and kumquats.
as well as other unusual and
less used produce, at study
group meetings in April.
Most are available at super
markets, and add variety to
family meals. Some are quite
expensive, but others are
'economical buys. All attend
ing the meeting will receive
materials telling all about the
products and suggested ways
to serve them.
Gardening. ...Spring Fever
We hope all gardeners have
marked their calendar for
April 14 at 7:30 p.m. at the
fairgrounds in Heppner to
learn the secrets of successful
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By Dorothy Fstberg
March 30 marked the third
week that roller skating at the
fairgrounds got underway.
Because of interest for
providing recreation for the
community, the Morrow
County Fair Board agreed to
allow the use of the fair
grounds for the roller rink.
Roland and Shirley Cassens
of Hermiston, are managers.
Cassens wished to have light
advertising because of fear of
a shortage of skates, so he
started out advertising quiet
ly It's been the third week of
skating, and has been a hit
with families and young
people. It was meant to be a
way for young people to have
an activity of good, clean fun,
as well as exercise.
Skating is scheduled every
weekend until August except
on days when rodeo dances,
special dinners, fair, etc. are
held.
For more information call
Dorothy Fstberg at 676-5159.
or grounds caretaker Steve
Est berg 676-9474
backyard gardening from Ray
McNeilan. Multonomah
County horticultural agent.
The special program has
been arranged by your local
extension office, in answer to
many requests for assistance
in gardening.
Soroptomist
PIE SALE
Saturday, April 5 j
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Central Mkt.
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Lilies
M8.50
9-10 Blooms
Call 676-9426
233 Main
Heppner
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and John 1, oil is Hover
Salmon feed
set at EOSC
There will be an Indian Arts
and Crafts sale at Hoke Center
on the Eastern Oregon State
College campus in La Grande
this Saturday beginning at 1
p.m.
A baked salmon feed will
follow at 6 p.m. with a cost of
$4.50 for adults and S3 for
children under 12.
An Indian Dance will con
clude the day's activities.
CHRIST LIVES!
How about that!
Valby Lutheran,
lone, -Go os berry
Hope Lutheran, Heppner
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Harrison-Boyerplan wedding
Mr. and Mrs. David Harri
son of Cheney. Wash, an
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Kelly Anne, to
John Louis Boyer, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Mel Boyer of
Lexington.
Harrison is a 1976 graduate
of Heppner High School and a
Christian women meet
To the theme "Raindrops
Keep Falling On My Head."
Knitters knit
(ii-Gn Knitter
By Heidi Sample
The Wednesday knitters and
their leader Debbie Hyatt
gained a new member. Heidi
Samples.
At their last meeting, they
elected new officers. They are
president Noella Rill, secre
tary Shanna Holt, news repor
ter Heidi Samples and mem
ber Tareena Nash.
Their leader, Debbie Hyatt,
is thinking about taking the
Go-Go Knitters to a varn mill.
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New York Special
Saturdays 4..!5
Pick a
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From our large selection of hand
engraved lockets, in both gold
filled and sterling silver. All styles
come with chains.
Peterson's
Pendleton
Boyer Is a 1974 graduate of
Heppner High School and is
now a senior at the University
of Oregon.
A June 21 wedding Is
planned.
the Heppner Christian Wo
men's Club will welcome In
Spring at their April meeting,
Monday, April 7, 6:45 p.m., at
West of Willow Restaurant.
Audrey Manning of Spring
field. Ore. will he the guest
speaker. Greg Sweek will
present a special feature on
"Stained Glass" work, and
special music will be pre
sented by Rick Drake.
All women are cordianlly
invited to attend.
Reservations for the $3 25
salad plate may be made by
calling Merilyn Bigelow, 676
9670. Baby sitting is provided
by calling Joyce Hughes.
9H9-B4I2.
graduate of the
College of Beauty
PIZZA Made by im
West of Willow
l.iirce Cimiliitmtion 16.75
I.iirce Hum & Pineapple $6.25
Large fleet A Onion 16.25
Wrdiifsdav & Sutuida v
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Seafnnri Fluff., t
Fridays, 6 00-B.30 4.95
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Jewelers
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