Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, August 07, 1980, Page TWELVE, Image 12

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    TWELVE Hie Heppner Gaitte-Tlmet, Hcppner, Oregon. Thursday, August 7,
1980
Senior
During the years that they
served the Christian Church in
Heppner, Rev. Ed and Violet
Sikes were very faithful in
their attendance at the Senior
Citizen dinners and were
helpful to the county senior
advisory committee.
They have recently reloc
ated in Salem, Oregon (3600
Blossom Dr. N.E., zip 97303).
Violet sent a nice long letter to
their friend Mary Nikander,
telling about their early activ
0 Lexington news
Delpha Jones
Lexington residents were
deeply grieved to hear of the
death of a former Lexington
man, Aaron Klinger of Her
miston, son of Annetta Klinger
and the late Pete Klinger of
Lexington. His untimely death
was caused by a car accident
near Walkers Stand. He was
enroute to Hermiston from
Lexington where he had spent
the day with his mother and
friends. He was preceded in
death by a brother, Kenneth
Klinger. He leaves his wife, of
Hermiston, and two brothers.
Bill and Vic of Portland, and
Steven of Chicago, and several
nieces and nephews and a host
of friends. The funeral notice
is to be announced later.
Leora Kane and son, Pat
rick, visited with Mrs. Gladys
VanWinkle over the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Has
kins of Williston N. Dakota
visited John Spence at Pioneer
Memorial Hospital on Thurs
day and with Florence Mc
Millan in Pendleton on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sawyer
of Burbank, Wash, were
callers at the Annetta Klinger
home on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Buch
anan are again at home after a
trip to Portland and Hillsboro.
'Pat Wright and daughter.
Wedding Announcements
Baker - Henderson
Maggie Baker, Lexington
and Dan Henderson, Lexing
ton would like to announce
their forthcoming marriage
on August 23, 1980 at 4 p.m. at
Grain shippers get exemptions
Grain firms exporting teas
than 15,000 metric tons of
' grain per year are being
reminded to apply for an
exemption from the manda
tory inspection and weighing
requirements, a UJS. Depart;
ment of Agriculture official
said recently.
"Stepped-up grain sales to
Canada and Mexico protMfcpd
the reminder," said LakatfC
Bartelt, admtelstra?? af ;
USDA's Federal Grain In
spection Service.
. This 15,000 metric exana"'
tion from inspection mhtajl
Umatilla
Ready -Mix
is Still in Business in
Heppner
Cement deliveries scheduled twice
weekly to South Morrow County.
Regularly on
Wednesdays end Fridays
1
Citizens! 1
ities in Salem which included
attendance at one of the senior .
dinners there. She wrote that
the dinners are five days each
week from 11:30 a.m. until
12:30 p.m.
The meals are very good
and are enjoyed by between
200 and 300 seniors who sit at
small four-person tables."
The Sikes feel thaLfhey will
not have the close-fellowship
989-8189
Sandi, "and Mrs. Wright's
mother, Freda Majeske of
Heppner, have returned home
from a trip to the Oregon coast
where they visited with rela
tives, Mr. and Mrs. Ropp, to
Portland where they visited a
few days with Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Mounts, and with W.
Wrights in Woodburn.
Mrs. Bob Smith, who is
spending the summer with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Marquardt. and husband.
Bob. from Good Samaritan
nursing training in Portland,
had the misfortune to wreck
her car enroute home Sat.
morning from her work at the
Pioneer Memorial Hospital in
Heppner. She is, at present, a
patient in the hospital recup
erating. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Grace
(Lolita Marquardt) is spend
ing some time in Lexington
and Heppner where he is
employed harvesting with Jim
Bloods worth.
The Lexington Christian
Church and the Heppner
Christian Church members
enjoyed a pot luck dinner and
an afternoon of fun at Cuts
forth Park on Sunday. They
had a good attendance and all
report a very enjoyable time.
the bride's parents home in
Lexington.
Maggie is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Baker,
Lexington. Dan is the son of
Duane Spangler, Boise, Idaho.
new rules under the U.S.
Grain Standards Act that
became effective April 30.
A former blanket exemption
allowing exporters to ship
grain by truck or rail into
Canada without it being offic
ially weighed has been elimin
ated from the new rules.
Instead, these shipments will
now be eligible for the 15.000
metric ton exemption, Bartelt
explained.
Besides exporting less than
15.000 metric tons in a
calendar year, a shipper must
meet certain other conditions.
for dispatch
call collect
567-6173
that they enjoyed in the
smaller senior group in Hepp
ner. Next week. Tuesday, August
12, quite a few Morrow County
seniors will be journeying to
Meacham for the August
five-county Area Agency on
Aging which will be held at the
mountain home of the area
director, Rollin Reynolds.
There will be mornintf meal
site committee meetings and
an after-lunch general meet
ing with area reports.
County seniors are remind
ed that they should be hunting
up their senior fair passes or
dropping in at the Neighbor
hood Center to obtain a pass
which will admit them to the
approaching County Fair.
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Irrigon, Monday, August 11
hamburger patties, mashed
potatoes and gravy, creamed
peas, tomatoes, cucumber and
zuchinni, pear and cheese
salad, hot corn bread, butter
and honey and St. Patrick's
dessert.
At Heppner, Wednesday,
August 12 ranch style lentil
casserole, frozen mixed veg
etables, cheese sticks, pine
apple glow salad, relish plate
with tomato slices, bulgar
muffins and jelly and lemon
squares with topping.
At lone and Heppner, Wed
nesday. August 13 apple
juice, swiss steak and gravy,
mashed potatoes, buttered
corn, molded carrot and
pineapple salad, biscuits and
jelly and fluffy fruit dessert.
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sustained a painful leg injury
last week while cutting wood
with a chain saw, southeast of
Thompson corral, out of
Heppner in Morrow Co.
He was combining the wood
gathering project with a
camping outing with his three
grandson's from Boise, Idaho
when the accident happened,
around 1:30 p.m. Tuesday.
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Wilson is reported to be
doing well at home conval
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him; he had to leave a nice
load of wood behind.
The Irrigon Assembly of
God completed a successful
Vacation Bible school, with
123 In attendance on Friday
night when the parents were
invited to attend.
An outdoor service Is plan
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a picnic following. Sunday
school will be held outdoors,
meeting at 9:45 a.m. at the
Irrigon Park on the Columbia
River. . Morning worship
service Ib at 11 a.m.; Pastor
Allen Gordunier extends a
welcome to all.
Ann Gasser is taking Officer
Training at Lackland Air 1
Force Buse. Texas, according
to her parents, Mr, and Mrs.
Alton Gasser of Irrigon.
Residents take
plane trip
On Sunday. July 27, hIx
Heppner and Ixington res
identsflow to Twin Falls,
Idaho, and returned through
the area's hottest air of the
year. Although they found that
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his Senaca Twin carrying hU
wife Eddie, their special
friends Dean,
Lois and Gary Hunt, Lexing
ton, and Heppner ' Methodist
minister, Mike Sheridan.
At Twin Falls, Eddie, Lota
and Gary enjoyed a short time
at the fortieth anniversary1
party for his parents, which
was held that afternoon at the
Twin Falls Methodist Church.
After Rev. Sheridan rejoin
ed the Skows and Hunts, the
six celebrated Lois Hunt's
birthday with dinner In Twin
Falls before flying home. The
air travelers report that the
flight east took them two .
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