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1 7 Page 4 Hells Canyon Journal December 1, 2010 Coverage for what is truly important... Your local Farmers agent: Tommy Tyler FARMERS INSURANCE 300 East Record Street, Suite A (the north end of the Bowling Alley) Fax 742-4443 fLet OBITUAR Y Virgil Hensley to Beal L. and Iona (Graven) great-grandchildren and Virgil O. Hensley, 99, of Hensley. He married Alice five great-great-grandchil- Headlong Rush Online Baker City passed away No- Ann Malone in Baker City, dren. Virgilwas preceded in To the Editor: vember 24, 2010 at St. Eliza- Oregon on July 6, 1937. death by his parents; his Before our society goes lO0beth Care Center. CremationVirgil retired as school brothers, Ed and Leon percent electronic, for access was by Eastern Oregon PiG- custodian in1977. He enjoyed Hensley; his sister, Esther neer Crematory in Baker fishing, gardening and ram-Holcomb; and a daughter, to federal, state, agency, aca- demic and global information City, Oregon. A graveside ily, and he was a member ofIla Hensley. andrecords-keepingin mind memorialservice willbe heldthe Eagle Valley Grange. Memorial contributions "the exponential rate at at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, Heis survived byhiswife may be made to the Eagle which this is occurring-it is December 2, 2010 at Eagle of 73 years, Alice, of Baker Valley Ambulance Service important to consider this Valley Cemetery in Richland, City; his daughter and son-through Gray'sWest & Com- fact: we never voted for this. Oregon. in-law, Rita and Harold pany Pioneer Chapel, 1500 Virgil was born June 6, Marcum of Enterprise, Or- Dewey Avenue, Baker City, Linda Bergeron 1911in Eagle Valley, Oregonegon; six grandchildren; 12OR 97814. Halfway, Oregon Bdng in the coupon below, enjoy an evening of shopping and save big on your entire purchase! Can't find what you need? We'll also be doing special orders on-line that night! Thursday December 2, 2010 6:30 to 8:00pm i!!iiii!: ;2 Thank You The Pine Eagle Parents (PEP) Group would like to extend a big Thank You to everyone who had a hand in making this year's Fall Car- nival so amazing. We could never have done it without all of the volunteers and the donations received. We look forward to keeping this car- nival going for many years to come and greatly appreciate all the community support. Without it, we would not be able to continue to offer the fun activities that we provide for our children. Frostbite and Raynaud's Phenomenon by Larry R. Miller Have fun this winter, but keep in mind that frostbite can cause lifetime damage, disabilities and death. Frostbite (congelatio) has four stages, from first degree to fourth degree, with each succeeding stage more severe. First degree, when only the surface skin is affected, is black. Nerve damage can re-occurs, competent medical sult, gangrene can develop,attention is advised. and amputation of the af- Raynaud's phenomenon (a fectedareamaybe necessary, vasospastic disorder causing You are at greater risk of discoloration of the fingers, frostbite if you are using toes, and occasionally other beta-blockers or suffer from areas), which has many of diabetes. Other contributing the same symptoms as frost- factors are lack of adequate bite, can be caused by many clothing, skin exposed to ex- factors, including all degrees treme cold, wind chill, poor of frostbite and emotional circulation (peripheral net- stress. Raynaud's is believed considered frostnip. Itching ropathy), tight or wet cloth- and pain are the first signs, ing or boots, immobility, con- followed by numbness and sumptionofalcohol, fatigue, possibly white and yellow smoking tobacco or sub- patches. Frostnip usually stances that impair think- isn't permanently damaging, to be caused by lack of blood and oxygen flow (tissue hy- poxia) to the affected area. Frostbite can cause a perma- nent, lifelong Raynaud's con- ing processes, recreational dition. m m I Sav210% Storewide!/ Halfway Feed &Seed Sincerely, but long-term, possibly life- drugs and certain medica- (Larry R. Miller is a , r~,,~*~,,~ , PEP Group time, sensitivity to both heat tions, including some pre-freelance writer and photog- : Save25%on , HSalO athyM ;S zsre 4 andcoldandRaynaudsphe- scription and over-the- rapher. He can be reached 541-742-2345 S"orop' nomenon can be the result,counter types, through his web site, Second degree is when blis- If any degree of More great savings on special "mm]F P ters appear one to two days items throughout the store/ , ......... , e Spo after becoming frozen. The ~,~,'~~ ~ ~,~,~,o~y. ~ RT HERE