Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, May 21, 1981, Page FIVE, Image 5

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    The Heppner fiazrtte-Times, Heppner, Oregon, Thursday, May 21. 1981 FIVE
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Close to Home...
Mary Ann Cerullo
Love comes In many styed parkaes. You catl't frtntroMt?
you may even hate It. but you can't live without It.
Along with love cnmei death, often hand in hand. Most
people don't really know how to deal wMh death cither,
especially when it confronts them In their close knit liven.
Some turn their heads and shy away. Others try to soothe
away the grief and assure the ones left behind that the pain
will patig.
Having been the one grieving I realize that very often, not
knowing what to do, caused the comforter to say the wrong
thing. All that's really needed Is a hand for holding and '
perhaps a shoulder for some tears.
When the shock of the loss has faded a bit, it won't be your
words they'll remember. It will be your presence. .....and
your prayers.
Last Tuesday (May 12) Larry and 1 lost a dear friend. And
today I would like to wish him well wherever he may be.
Mother daughter tea
held at Heppner High
A mother -daughter tea was held for Heppner High School
girls and their mothers last Wednesday, May 13, in the high
school cafetorlum.
Refreshments were served and entertainment consisted of
a style show of clothing made and modeled by home
economics students, and prom dresses shown by the girls.
The hit of the afternoon was a group of boys modeling ladies
fashions since the Ifioo'i.
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Question: "Do you feel retirement age for full Social
Security benefiU should be older than "age 65?'? " ; '-" .
"Yes I do." said Orville W. Cutsforth, Heppner. "I don't
think they should be able to retire at 62 or 65. it should be 68 or
70."
ANSWERS TO LAST
WEEK'S CONTEST
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FARLEY MOTORS
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GAZETTE-TIMES
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(Ted Toll)
HEPPNER AUTO PARTS
(Kevin Kounlree)
LES SCHWAB
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(Marlon Marques)
CENTRAL MARKET
(Sherrle Mhonev
MURRAY'S DRUG
WINNERS OF LAST
WEEK'S CONTEST
IDAFARRA
HAZEL HAMLIN
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Can You Match These Friendly Local Business People
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$500 Iti Gift Certificates
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Two $2S Gift Certificates
Each Week For Ten Weeks
CONTEST RULES
1. You ' must be 16 years or older to enter
2. Only one entry per person per week
3. Just match the pictures of the people above(you need not know their names)
with their place of business or work shown below
4. "- Pifl in your answers and your name and phone number on the handy entry
blank provided here (or a blank piece of paper) and deposit ONLY at the store
designated that' week on the bottom of the entry form
5. Two winners will be drawn each week and announced in the Gazette-Times
6. The first two correct entries drawn will each win a $25 gift certificate to
designated stores that week
In the event of no winners one week prizes will be added to next
week's contest
8. Winners are eligible to enter in following week's contests
9. Deadline for entries is 5 p.m. the Monday of each week
ENTRY BLANK S
Your Name
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AAATCH THE PICTURES WITH
THE CORRECT STORE
No Names Needed
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ENTER ONLY AT THESE
STORES THIS WEEK
PETERSON'S
HEPPNER ELKS 358 JEWELERS
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' Bristow's Market
Farley Motor Co.
Les Schwab Tire Center
Peterson's Jewelers
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Cole's House of Fashion
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Rietmann's Hardware
Green Feed Store
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Heppner Auto Parts
Morrow Co. Grain Growers
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Lott's Electric
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Central Market
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Ron McDonald Cfrevrolet
S & J Market
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MURRAY . Rii."" QfiuGS
Murray Drugs
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