Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, March 12, 1981, Page SIX, Image 6

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    MX-The Heppner Gaiette-Tims. Heppner. Oregon. Thursday, March 12. 1981
Murray "to represent Heppner in Mr. Oregon Teen program in June Parties set for PMH Nursing Home residents I
distributed in the community
and local contributions donat
ed will go towards general
research, public awareness,
and patient services for mult
iple sclerosis. The participant
turning in the highest coin
cannisler total will receive the
State Community Support
Award.
The program is presently in
its eleventh season and has
been unique to Minnesota.
Activities will now become a
national program as loo
outstanding young men from
throughout the nation will be
selected to take part In the
second Mr. U.S.A. Teen Pro
gram which will bo held in
Bloonu'ngton. Minnesota, Aug
ust 8 - lfi. Oregon with its first
state program will be repre
sented at the national event by
the young man selected., as
Mr. Oregon Teen during the
conclusion or state program
activities.
Pioneer Memorial Hospital
residents will he the honored
guests at two parties within
the next week.
First will be an ice cream
social on Thursday. March 12.
The social will he preceded by
a meeting of the Pioneer
Memorial Hospital Auxiliary
at 1 p.m.
On Tuesday, March 17, at 2
p. in., (lit residents will be
treated to an "old fashioned
St. Patrick's Day party."
Hostesses and sponsors for
this party will be the lone
Garden Club members.
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John Murray
John R. Murray, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Rod Murray, and a
student at Heppner High
School, has been selected to
represent Heppner in the 19S1
Mr. Oregon Teen Program to
be held June 19 and . 20 in
Eugene, Oregon.
Seventy-five young men
from throughout the state
selected to participate will
take part in a variety of social,
recreational and fellowship
activities during the two-day
event. Participants were
selected on a basis of achieve
ments in scholastics, athle
tics, and a service to school
and community as well as
personality and general teen
image.
Official charity of the pro
gram is "Youth vs Multiple
Sclerosis" and each state
participant will have the
opportunity to participate in a
"Strike for MS" bowling event
which is part of planned
program activities. In add
ition each participant will
have several coin cannisters
Bowling
News
Koffee Kup Keglers
March 5
Won-Lost
Hi Ho's 24-12 13978
Three L's ... 20-16 13873
Gutter Dusters 20-16 13736
Three Holers 20-16 13714
Dregs 20-16 13659
Newcomers 17-19 13315
Weary Wives 16-20 13985
Pytts 7-29 13278
High individual game Iris
Campbell, 182.
High individual series - Iris
Campbell, 516.
High team game - Weary
Wives, 580.
High team series - Weary
Wives, 1707.
Splits - 5-10, Betty Brown;
- 5-7, Betty Snow.
State nursing
home rules
discussed Fri.
On March 13. the new state
rules for nursing homes will
be discussed at a one-day
training session, open to the
public, from 8:30 a.m. to 5
p.m.
Instructors will be represen
tatives of the Oregon Health
Division. This training will be
held at the Pendleton Senior
Center, located at 920 S.W.
Frazer. Pendleton.
Among topics discussed will
be: patient rights and care,
dietary, respite and day care,
physical environment and
social services.
For more information con
tact the area agency on aging.
276-6732. or 1-800-452-8112,
Cathy Fuller.
BMCC
mailers sent
Mailers from Blue Mountain
Community College have been
sent and should be received by
now. says area BMCC repre
sentative Nancy Brownfield.
Brownfield says that those
not receiving mailers may
contact her at 676-5039.
Notices of additional special
classes have been posted
around town says Brownfield.
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