Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, February 19, 1981, Page EIGHT, Image 8

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EIGHT-The Ileppner uaieUe-Times, Heppner, Oregon, Thursday,
CowBelles, Wheathearts sponsor meeting
By PATTI ALLSTOTT
The Morrow County Cow
Belles, in conjuction with the
Wheathearts, will sponsor an
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informative meeting Tuesday,
March 3, at 8 p.m. in the
courtroom at the Morrow
County Courthouse in Hep-pner.
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February 19, 1981
The meeting is intended to
inform the public on two
issues: the proposed 1981-82
school budget which will be
presented to the voters on
March 31, and a proposed $16
million tax levy to fund the
ealuation and repair of county
roads during the next four
years.
lone Garden
lone Garden Club met at the
home of Delta Huber on Feb.
11 to finalize plans for the
'.'Yard of the Month" project
and to hear Alberta Johannes
tell about "Aloe Vera and Its
Relatives."
Mrs. Johannes stated that
the more than two hundred
varieties of the cactus-like
succulent aloes belong to the
lily family and many are
popular houseplants. Some of
these are aloe humilis, lace
aloe, haworthiodes, crocodile
jaws, and the aloe barbaden
sis, also called "burn plant,"
which is the true aloe, the one
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on county road repair
Though the proposed road
levy measure has not yet been
filed to be put on the ballot in
an up-coming election, Mor
row County farmers recom
mend the levy be put before
the voters so that, if approved
the many planned repairs can
be made.
Speakers from the school
Club meets
that has become famous for its
healing properties both intern
ally and externally. Juices
from its leaves, when applied
to burns, scratches, stings and
other wounds relieve pain,
promote rapid healing and
minimize scarring, accord
ing to the club.
Five different varieties of
aloe houseplants were on
display at the meeting.
Patsy Anglin was a guest
and Leila Palmer, cohostess,
served refreshments. Mrs.
Palmer also reported that
March 17 is the date set for
lone Garden Club members to
join Pioneer Memorial Hosp
ital nursing home residents in
a celebration of St. Patrick's
Day. A work day was set for
making potpourri sashets as
gifts for each resident.
April 29 was tentatively set
for the club's annual plant
sale.
MC Search and
Rescue meets
for grid search
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The Morrow County Search
and Rescue met at Boardman
on Sunday for a Grid search at
the Columbia River. Three
dummies were dropped from
a given point and the
members then started a
rescue attempt.
All were retrieved, one from
an island, one from the river,
and one from the bank at the
railroad track.
Seventeen members took
part, under the directions of
Jim Launer and Dan McBride.
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board and the road depart
ment who will discuss the
issues at the meeting will be
announced at a later date, said
CowBelle President Betty
Carlson.
For more information con
cerning the proposed road
levy see page one.
Some experts estimate that
the first dogs were tamed
over 12,000 years ago.
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Their hearts were there, even if they couldn't be.
A dessert was held at the All Saint's Episcopal Church in
Heppner after Sunday church services in honor of Bob and
Theta Lowe, longtime and active members of the church and
the community.
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Wheat Grower
tour next week
Morrow, Umatilla, and
Union county Wheat Grower
Associations are co-sponsoring
a marketing and energy
tour down the Columbia River
to the Portland grain markets
February 24-26.
The program will include
tours of the Carty coal fired
electrical generating plant,
the Bonneville Power Admin
istration wind generating tur
bines at Goldendale, the
Bonneville Locks, the North
Pacific Grain Growers offices,
the grain exchange, Calama
and the Port of Portland, and
the Great Western Malting Co.
Their hearts were in it
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Reception Sun. to honor
Palmers9 25th anniversary
The children of Lee and Mary Ann Palmer will be hosting a
25th anniversary reception In honor of their parents on
Sunday. March first, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the IOne United
Church of Christ.
They ask that there be no gifts, and everyone is welcome to
attend.
Boardman Air Force sergeant
reports to duty
Air Force Sgt. Jcffery H.
Lcichlciter, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Larry D. Leichleiter of
Route 1 Boardman, has ar
rived for duty at Fort Riley,
But, quipped Episcopal Layperson Bob Abrams, "the best
. laid plans of mice and men often go astray." The Lowes,
unfortunately, were both ill and unable to attend the surprise
party, attended by a crowd of family members and friends.
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