Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, November 27, 1980, Page FOUR, Image 4

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FOUR-The Heppner GaieUe-Times, Heppner, Oregon, Thursday, November 27, 1980
Wednesday, Nov. 26 - Hepp
. ner Public Library Board,
Library, Heppner, 8 p.m.;"
Morrow County Court, County
Jiuil.ding, Irrigon, 10 a.m.
Thursday, Nov. 27 - Thanks
giving Day. . .....
Monday, Dec. 1 - Heppner"
City Council, City Hall, Hepp
ner, 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Dec. 2 - lone City
Council, City Hall, lone, 7:30
p.m.; Lexington City Council,
City Hall, Lexington, 7:30p.m.
Wednesday, Dec. 3 - Morrow
County Court, Courthouse,
Heppner, 10 a.m.
Monday, Dec. 8 - Heppner
Fire Department, Fire Hall,
Heppner, 7:30 p.m.; Heppner
Planning Commission, City
Hall, Heppner, 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, 'Dec. 10 - Mor
row County Court, Court
house, Heppner, 10 a.m.
Thursday, Dec. 11 -Lexington
Fire Department,
Fire Hall, Lexington, 7:30
p.m.; Port of Morrow Com
mission, Port Office, Nelson
Square, Boardman, 1 p.m.
Friday, Dec. 12 - Social
Security Representative,
Neighborhood Center, 178
West Willow, Heppner, 10 a.m.
to 12 noon.
Monday, Dec. 15 - lone
Planning Commission, City
Hall, lone, 7:30 pjn.; Morrow
County School Board, District
Office, Lexington, p.m.
Wednesday, Dec. 17 - Mor
row County Court, Court
house, Heppner, 10" a.m.;
Pioneer Memorial Hospital
Board, Hospital, Heppner,
9:30 a.m.
Monday. Dec. 22 - Heppner
Fire Department, Fire Hall,
Heppner, 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Dec. 24 - Hepp
ner Pwblic Library Board,'
Library, Heppner, 8 p.m.;
Morrow County Court, County
Building, Irrigon, 10 a.m.
Thursday, Dec. 25 - Christ
mas Day.
Monday, Dec. 29 - Morrow
County Planning Commission,
Courthouse, Heppner, 7:30
Wednesday, Dec. 31 - Mor
row County Court, Court
house, Heppner, 10 a.m.
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6No Longer
"No Longer Alone," winner
of three film-industry awards,
will be shown on Wednesday,
Dec. 3, at the Lexington
Christian Church at Lexingt
ton. The showing, open to the
public free of charge, is
scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.
The film, a true story, takes
a close look at a woman who
was searching desperately for
love and acceptance, but
whose cries went unheard by
those who surrounded her.
Originally released by
World Wide Pictures in com
mercial theatres, the film is
now one hour in length in
preparation for its eventual
presentation as a television
Lindstroms to host
wedding reception
Katherine and Roy Lindstrom cordially invite their
relatives and friends to a wedding reception honoring their
ton Steve, and Debra Schimling, daughter of Betty and Hal
Schimling of Tacoma, Wash.
The reception will be held Saturday, December 6, from 3
to 6 p.m. at the lone Legion Hall.
Health Department
Thursday, Nov. 27 - closed
Thanksgiving holiday.
Friday, Nov. 28 - closed,
Thanksgiving holiday.
Wednesday, Dec. 3 - Free
Blood Pressure Clinic, Neigh
borhood Center, 178 West
Willow, Heppner, 2:30 to 4:30
Friday, Dec. 5 - Immuni
zations, Free Blood Pressure
Clinic, Health Dept. Office,
Lexington, 8 a.m. to 12 noon, 1
to 4 p.m.
Tuesday, Dec. 9 - Immuni
zations. Free Blood Pressure
Clinic, County Offices, Irri
gon, 1 to 4 p.m.
Friday, Dec. 12 - Immuni
zations, Free Blood Pressure
Clinic, Health Dept. Office,
Lexington, 8 a.m. to 12 noon, 1
to 4 p.m.
Wednesday, Dec. 17 Free
Blood Pressure Clinic, United
Church of Christ basement,
lone, 4 to 5 p.m.
Thursday, Dec. 18 - Free
Blood Pressure Clinic, Neigh
borhood Center, Heppner, 2:30
to 4:30 p.m.
Friday, Dec. 19 - Immuni
zations, Free Blood Pressure
Clinic. Health Dept. Office,
Lexington, 8 a.m. to 12 noon, 1
to 4 p.m.
Tuesday, Dec. 23 - Immuni
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Alone' to be shown at Lexington Church
"No Longer Alone" traces
the life of an English actress,
Joan Winmill Brown. Though
she skyrocketed to fame on
the British stage, her life was
marked by a frantic grasp for
personal fulfillment and love.
Tormented by a past she was
unable to forget, she suc
cumbed to a series of nervous
breakdowns; and, at one
point, attempted to take her
own life.
In her ultimate moment of
despair, Joan was invited by a
"chance" phone call to attend
a Billy Graham crusade. It
was here that she first
discovered her worth as an
zations, Free Blood Pressure
Clinic, County Offices, Irri
gon, 1 to 4 p.m.
Friday, Dec. 26 - Immuni
zations, Free Blood Pressure
Clinic, Health Dept. Office,
Lexington, 8a.m. to 12 noon. 1
to 4 p.m.
School lunch
lone Schools
Mon., Dec. 1 - corn dogs,
potato chips, buttered peas,
apple crisp, milk.
Tues., Dec. 2 - chili, crack
'ers, pear and cheese salad,
celery sticks, nuts and raisins,
Wed., Dec. 3 - chicken and
noodles, beets, cinnamon
rolls, fruit, milk.
Thurs., Dec. 4 - sloppy Joes,
later tots, green beans, fruit,
Fri., Dec. 5 - vegetable-beef
soup, tuna or peanut butter
sandwiches, dessert, milk.
Heppner High School ' "
Mon., Dec. 1 - mashed
potatoes with chicken gravy,
cheese and celery sticks, hot
rolls, fresh fruit, milk.
Tues., Dec. 2 - meat loaf.
r Reg.
Filter Wrench
X-Mas Special
Reg. 4"
Hi-Lift Jacks
X-Mas Special
Reg. 3600
individual and began her long
struggle to piece her shattered
life back together.
Those who have followed
Billy Graham's ministry will
be interested to know that Dr,
Graham appears in the film in
some of the footage of his 1954
London Crusade, and also in
the introduction and conclus
ion to the film, photographed
recently for this special ver
sion. According to William F.
Brown, president of World
Wide Pictures. "No Longer
Alone" was presented with the
"Award of Excellence" from
the Film Advisory Board of
Hollywood, as well as the
AF Lieutenant
assigned to
England duty
Second Lieutenant Ann
Gasser will serve as personnel
officer in the Air Force at
RAF Mildenhall, England.
She has recently been at home
with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Alton Gasser of Irrigon.
Her assignment is for two
years in England.
Miss Gasser received her
officer's training in San An
tonio, then went to Keesler,
Mississippi, for a personnel
officer's course.
scalloped potatoes, hot rolls,
Jell-o dessert or salad bar,
Wed., Dec. 3 - foot-long hot
dogs, green beans, apple
sauce, cookies, milk.
Thurs., Dec. 4 - Mexican
casserole, corn, pan bread,
fruit, milk.
Fri., Dec. 5 -vegetable soup,
tuna or peanut butter sand
wiches, salad, dessert, milk.
Donna Driver was surprised
on her birthday when she was
met by about 20 friends at the
Happy Joe's Restaurant in
Hermiston on Friday night.
Miss Driver and her sister
Beverly Tejeda, traveled to
Portland on Saturday to
attend their brother's
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"Angel" award from Religion
in Media in America, as the
outstanding religion film of
the year. It also received the
"Silver Halo Award" from the
Southern California Motion
Picture Council.
"No Longer Alone" was
filmed in color on location in
London, and stars Belinda
Carroll, Wilfrid Hyde White,
James Fox, Samantha Gates,
and Gordon Do Vol. Simon
Williams, who has one of the
leading roles in the BBC pro
duction, "Upstairs, Down
stairs," also stars in the film.
The title song was performed
by the popular recording
artist, B.J. Thomas.
Investiture mass in The Dalles in honor
from "The Dalles Chronicle"
Two Mid-Columbia area
priests officially were ad
vanced to the rank of mnnsig
nor in an investiture mass at
St. Peter's Catholic Church in
The Dalles last Wednesday
Bishop Thomas J. Connolly
of the Baker Diocese confer
red the rites of investiture on
the Rev. William Stone, pastor
of St. Peter's Parish in The
Dalles, and the Rev. Raymond
Beard, pastor of St Mary's
Parish of Wasco. Bishop
Connolly was the main concel
ebrant and homilist for the
ceremony, which was attend
ed by a near capacity crowd at
the church.
Fourth Degree members of
the Knights of Columbus
provided the honor guard for
the colorful ceremony, and
approximately 50 priests from
throughout the Baker Diocese
marched in the processional
and recessional portion of the
mass. Also participating were
at least three local ministers,
the Rt. Rev. Rusty Kimsey,
bishop of the Eastern Oregon
Diocese for the Episcopalian
Church; the Rev. Charles
Easley of the First Methodist
Church, and the Rev. Del
Anderson of Zion Lutheran
The rites for Stone and
Beard were the initial portion
of the mass, and during the
homily Bishop Connolly had
words of praise for the two
new monsignors, two of the
four from the Baker diocese
who were honored in Septem
ber. He said one of the chief
reasons for the honor be
stowed on Stone was his work
with the schools throughout
the diocese, and that Beard
was being honored in part for
his work on the building of a
new church at Heppner.
In addition to building St.
Patrick's Church, parish hall,
rectory, and church parking
lot. Father Beard was instru
mental in building the Cath
olic churches in Athena and
Father Beard served in
Heppner and lone for IB years.
The new monsignors took
part in the mass as well, with
Stone giving a reading from
the Scriptures and Beard
offering the prayers of intercession.
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Dough Art, dessert
at CWC meeting
The Christian Women's Club
will hold their December
meeting Tuesday, December
2, at 6:45 p.m. at the Degree of
Honor Hall in Heppner.
The treat will be Christmas
dessert at a cost of $1.
Everyone is asked to bring a
plate of goodies if possible.
The theme of the meeting
will be "Candlelight Christ
mas". Special feature Is "Deck the
Halls with Dough Art" by
Karla Waterland. Lynn Bogie,
Bend, will be the speaker, and
Flanked by Fourth Degree
Members of the Knights of
Columbus, wearing their col
orful honor guard uniforms,
the Rev William Stone (left)
Officers of the mass were:
ministers of the eucharists,
Bishop Connolly, Monsignors
Matthew Crotty, John Phelan.
Raymond Beard and Charles
Grant, and the Rev. John
O'Brien, John Baumgartner
and Henry Beegan. Cross
bearer was Chris Gothro and
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Holiday requires management
by Birdine Tullin
The season is just ahead
when many people suffer from
frustrations. These days most
of us are hard pressed for that
precious commodity: time.
Homemakers. especially, find
demands for their time in
creased during this happy
season each year. Careful
planning for each day and
using hits and pieces of time
can make the season happier,
and less stressful. The busier
you are. the more important to
plan. We often fail to take
advantage of the bits and
pieces of time that become
available to us during the day.
Think of these as opportunities
for action, and use them
Cleaning, Large Double Oven,
Smooth Top, Digital Clock, Cutting
Board And More!
Suprise tlerl
I Oahf White
music will be provided by
Christmas carolers. Everyone
is asked to invite a guest.
For reservations call Faye
Green, 989-8194.
For baby sitting arrange
ments call Joyce Hughes.
G-T closed Nov. 27,28
The Gazette-Times office will be closed Thanksgiving j
day, Thursday, Nov. 27, and Friday, Nov. 28, so that the G-T
staff may be with their families.
We hope you all have a happy and bountiful ,t
and the Rev. Raymond Beard,
(right! exit from St Peter's
Catholic Church after under
going rites to become mon
signors In center is the bishop
acolytes were Jeff Dunsmore
and Mark Harrington Lectors
were Allen Herriges and
Carolyn Wood. Sister Wanda
Marie Jordan directed the folk
choir and Sister Margaret Ann
Dillon was organist.
A reception for the two
In five minutes you can : call
a friend and say happy
holiday; make out your gro
cery list for a special dinner;
write a thank you note; water
the plants; call the Extension
office and request a copy of
"removing stains"; polish
your shoes.
Here are suggestions from a
time management specialist
on how busy mothers and
other time pressed people can
make better use of their time:
write all your appointments
and important dates in a
calendar, and carry it with
you; schedule disagreeable
jobs between agreeable ones;
plan menus in advance, and
buy in quantity to reduce
BMCC ski
class slated
Those Interested In the dhbIc
techniques of cross-country
skiing will have the opportun
ity to learn In a Blue Mountain
Community College class.
Deadline for prereglstra
tlon Is Dec. 19. The class 14
limited to 20 members.
For more Information, con
tact Nancy Brownfleld,
of priests
of the Baker diocese, Thomas
Connolly. The investiture
mass was held Wednesduy
night and was attended by a
near capacity crowd.
monsignors at St. Mary's
Academy followed the mass.
Bishop Connelly announced
that in honor of the mass for
Stone, a school holiday would
be declared at St Mary's
Academy. He left it up to the
school principal to set the date
of the holiday
shopping trips; buy easy care
items in clothing and home
furnishings; keep food on
hand "emergency shelf" that
can he prepared quickly when
holiday guests arrive unex
pectedly. When cooking, double reci
pes and freeze part for later;
if watching television, do
something else, like exercises,
or knitting; select clothing to
worn the next day. ..the night
before. This works for kids,
too, Try to get more done in
the morning when you are
fresher; work out a home
schedule where you are doing
several things at one time,
such as the washing while the
cake is baking, etc. If possible,
work out cooperative arrange
ments with friends to share
baby sitting, shopping, etc,
Share ex
makers need space or
desk for paper work, too. Set
up a filing system for your
special needs and interests.
Handle each piece of paper
only once. Pitch the useless,
file the important. Always
carry a book, or some small
project with you; you can do
Humi-iuniK m every preciuus
minute you are forced to wait.
IM your fingers do the
walking; check catalogs and
vellow pages '
Ciet your special gift
shopping done before stores
become crowded and your
precious time is spent waiting.
Plan some time for you;
regain control of your time so
you can do the things you long
to do. And finally, don't waste
time fretting if everything you
wanted or planned to do does
not get done. Chances are no
one will notice. A happy
relaxed hostess, or parent, is
far more important than a
perfectly organized house-