Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, March 19, 1981, Page THREE, Image 3

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    The Heppner GaeUe-Tlme, Heppner', Oregon, Thursday, March 19, I98I-TIIREE
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I AREA EFFECTED ESS Nffi $H !
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MARCH 22, 1981 VIS " !
FROM 6 A.M. TO
('nliimbui liitsin Klectric
C-op hits announced thiil
electricity will Im shut off to
pari (if Heppner Sunduy.
March Ti from 6 to a.m.
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By HIKIUMITI I I IS,
KxlenNinn Service
This is the last chance to
apply to attend 4 11 counselor
and leadership camps at
Camp Hancock and Suttle
Luke. Eighth grade through
high school may attend Han
cock; high school age may
attend Suttle Lake. Call 676
WA2 now.
Older 4 H ers are reminded
CSD Eios too mmi
Morrow County Children's
Services Division has a new
manager, Dianne Piatt as
sumed her position on Feb
ruary 6 Before assuming her
new position. Piatt had four
teen years of experience as a
CSD caseworker in the Port
land metropolitan area. She
replaces Pat Wilson, former
manager who retired at the
end of the nuiiilii.
Although new lo the area.
Piatt is not unfamiliar with
Morrow County, having visit
ed relatives in the area since
childhood. She says she is
excited about living and
working in Morrow County
and expects to become invol
"ed in various community
organizations and activities.
Piatt says she is concerned
about the lack of foster homes
in the three counties served by
her office and hopes to
actively encourage families
who might be interested in
Parents
Anonymous
Losing your cool with your
children? Parents Anonymous
can be of help to you and your
family. You can phone the
Parents Anonymous phone
number any time day or night
for assistance.
These phone calls are abso
lutely anonymous, you need
not worry about having to
identify yourself, simply let
them try to help you when
you need it Phone Parents
Anonymous - 567-2707.
Dasto p!OM poor
ports - of Ueppiisr ;
Co-op (ifficiiils say they will
lie ropliu'ing Miles and wires
on May Street. Shaded areas
of the accompanying map
tiliow areas to he affected liv
that project summaries and
record bonks are due in the
Morrow Kxtension office by
April 'I In apply for national
awards Other applications
due are for stale fair student
staff and 4 fl summer week
counselors. Applications are
available at the Kxtension
office.
MARCH: NVIIOWI.
M'TKITIOV MONTH
"l'ep lp Your Prime Time..
providing foster care to apply
for certification.
Of special concern to her is
the lack of an emergency
shelter home where children
could be temporarily placed in
times of family crises. Inter
ested families should
4II1-S4K2 in Boardman
:i4-4ri2 in Condon.
call
or
March
he outage.
For more information con
cerning the outage, call Col
umhia Basin Electric Co-op.
tl7fi-l4fi.
for J-0 carsps
Exercise, Eat Right, Enjoy"
is the theme that dieticians
will promote throughout
March for the ninth annua!
celebration of National Nutri
tion Month.
"A sound diet and moderate
exercise are a winning comb
ination," notes Carolyn Raab,
OSU Extension Food & Nutri
tion specialist. "Getting the
most out of life requires both.
Being fit has taken on a new
meaning for increasing num
bers of Americans.
Carolyn recommends the
following guidelines for a
healthy diet. Begin with min-
Correction
The Gazette-Times amends
the March 12 report that
Theata Lowe was appointed to
the Morrow County Senior
Citizen Advisory Council.
Theta Lowe's appointment
was deferred to a future date
bv Morrow County Court.
Spaghetti &
SPasagna cTccd
$4 6:30 p.m.
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HEPPNER
ELKS
Spray Qcico Ei!s!xcC3 dens
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Plans are in full swing for
the 34th Annual Spray Rodeo
May 23 and 24 and the 16th
Annual Eastern Oregon Half
Marathon May 23.
Rodeo stock will be furnish
ed by John Rattray of Condon.
Announcer will be Jake Gross
miller of Arlington.
The rodeo events which are
NRA approved will be bare
back riding, calf roping,
saddle bronc riding, bull
dogging, barrel racing, wild
cow milking, bull riding, and
wild horse race.
Other Races will include
kid's pony race, ladies race,
men's race, and relay race.
Grand marshal! will be
Virgil Davenport and parade
director will be Valarie
Howell. For further informa
tion call her at 468-2737.
Gary and Jeri Wight will be
in charge of the Half-Marathon
and for further informa
tion they can be reached at
468-2501.
Creative Arte
group to meet
The Morrow County Crea
tive Arts group will hold a
meeting March 23 at 7 p.m. at
the Wagon Wheel meeting
room in Heppner.
A no-host dinner is planned
with guest speaker Mary Lou
Carlson of Boardman. Anyone
wishing to join the group may
inquire by calling Betty Mills.
676-5546.
A workshop is being planned
for April 9 and 10 to be held at
the Morrow County Fair
grounds dorm building. Rob
ert Walton of Leavenworth.
Wash, will be the artist in
charge, Walton is well known
for his mountain scenes of the
Cascade Range.
imum daily servings of the
essentials:
..Two servings of milk or
cheese; four to five ounces of
meat, poultry, fish or an
alternate (such as dried
beans and peas, chili, eggs):
four servings of fruits and
vegetables (including a deep
green or yellow vegetable for
vitamin A and a citrus fruit or
other source of vitamin C);
four servings of whole grain or
enriched breads and cereals.
Add more of these foods or
others as needed to meet your
energy quota. National Nutri
tion Month is sponsored by the
American Dietetic Assoc. and
its affiliates in the SO states,
the District of Columbia, and
Puerto Rico.
National Nutrition Month is
an excellent time for youth
and adults to examine their
daily food intakes and eval
uate eating habits. Snacks
count, too, and should be
nutritious, especially for act-
ive, growing youth
Fri. Night
Prime Rib &
Seafood
358
The rodeo kick-off dance
will be held March 21 with
music by Northwest Express.
Everyone is invited to come
enjoy an evening of fun and
lone Garden Club plants
wildf lower seeds
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Loree Hubbard (left) and Edith Nichoson plant wild flower
seeds at the Wells Springs Cemetery which were collected
last fall.
lone Garden Club, in cooper
ation with Blue Mountain
District No. 10 of Oregon State
Federation of Garden Clubs,
completed their Historic Pres
ervation project for 1981 last
Thursday. March 12.
The lone club chose to
collect native wildflower
seeds and plant them at the
Wells Springs Cemetery, loc
ated on the Morrow County
bombing range to increase
vegetation at the site. ;
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meet the court, which consists
of Sandra Kroske of Spray,
Clara Clark of Long Creek.
Paula Gooddard of Condon,
Tami Johnson of Canyon City.
Shelley Reasoner of Dayville.
and Cammie Moyer of Hep
pner. Rachel Jackson of Hermis
ton. district director of the
Blue Mountain district, en
courages each garden club
within the district to have an
individual local Historical
Preservation project as well
as a district project.
In the district project, the
lone Garden Club, in conjunc
tion with other clubs in the
district, will plant a native
plant garden at the Echo Bank
site, said clubmember Delta
Huber.
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Kitchen gardening program
presented to lone Garden Qub
"Gardening from my Kit
chen" was the fun program
presented by Theta Lowe of
the Heppner Garden Club for
members of the lone Garden
Club when il met on March 11 '
at the home of Carol McKaig
with Delta Huber assisting.
Theta showed how to
"proof seeds with a meat
tray, sponge and damp paper
towel; use breakfast orange
peel in a blender as a room
freshener; capture snails
under grapefruit shells in the
garden: use gelatine to feed
house plants: and use a mirror
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or foil to prevent flying insects
from bothering plants. 2
Members brought their fav
orite garden magazines. ;
Coming activities of the club
include the plant sale on April
29; planting of wild flower
seeds at the Wells Springs
Memorial: a party on March
17 for patients at the Pioneer
Memorial Nursing Home; sel
ection of the Yard of the
Month the week of March 2&
and the district meeting .... of
Oregon Federation of Garden
Clubs at Milton Freewater on
April 15.
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