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6 The Sun, Wednesday, January 4, 1989 GRAND IIDNDE By Mlekey Barber 879-5060 Jude Lehner's parents, Jude Sr. and Dorothy of Molalla visited the Lehner family last week. Elizabeth Caligan is home and doing better after being in the hospital two days before Christmas. She is thankful to the emergency team who came when she called the 911 number. Her daughter and Christmas and New Years. On New Years Day Roy and Joyce enter- tained their daughters and families and Garland Huddleston and family of Corvallis. lla Burger spent Christmas Day with Ken and Edna Bunn who had all their family home for Christmas this year. Edna spent New Years Eve with her son and daughter Kristi and Russ Osborne. husband, Dorotby and Bi,, Larkins of /i Miiwaukie, visited her New Years Day. Our community is saddened by the passing of John Gustafson Sunday night. We extend our condolences to the family. Inez Tietjen returned home Friday after spending a time with her daughter Mary Thurman in Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Werth, daughter and granddaughter of Longview, Wash. visited his mother Gladys Werth this weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Clark of Craig, Alaska, and daughter, Linda of Bend, are visiting relatives in the area this week. The Methodist Church folk received the announcement Sunday that their pastor Jerry Peters is being transferred to a church on the coast in February. Earl and Ruby Rinks son and wife, Rick and Norene Rink of Phoenix, Ariz., left on Monday to go back home after visiting them about a week. Mary and Jim Mead of Portland and their daughter and husband, Elizabeth and Bill Dawson of Tucson, Ariz, had dinner and visited with the Rinks on Thursday. The quarterly "sing-a-long" of all the area churches will be Sunday evening at the Church of God of Prophecy at 7 p.m. The Grand Ronde/Fort Hill extension meeting will be at Myrtle Barber's home in Willamina January 1 lth at 9:30 a.m. The lesson is to be on "Due Upon Receipt." Mickey Barber returned home Tuesday evening from a visit with her daughter Gerry O'Brien and son Conor in San Francisco and son Lee and his wife Deborah Baxter of Pleasant Hill, Calif, She enjoyed the conservatory and Steinhardt Acquarium0 Academy of Sciences at Golden Gate Park, and the Pickle Family Circus with her family. Ernestine Sumpter returned home last Monday after spending Christmas weekend with her family at Dallas. Among the skiers at Mt. Bachelor during the holidays from this area were Doug and Ann Littlejohn, Nicole and Brandi; Gary, Marlene and Jill Littlejohn; Mark Littlejohn and some f, rtends:~Don and Donna McMillan, ,,.,Dan~,,~ ~.nd~ i ~lm~cee, Kirsten, and Yoshiki of Japan. Yoshiki was here as an exchange student a few years ago. All had a great time. Dick and Phyllis Posekany enter- tained 19 of their family for the holidays on the 26th. Dick's daughter, Jean Posekany of San Francisco, stayed over for a week. They had a nice visit. Roy and Clara Tucker entertained their family Christmas weekend. Some of the guests were their daughter Judy and Bob Parks, Lori, Steven and friend Angie; Ray Tucker; Ron and Diane Michaels and family; Ken and Vicki Bodkin of McMinnville. Hugh and Ollie O'Leary's daughter, Sally Thomas of Sheridan, visited them during the Christmas holidays. Their grandson, Greg O'Leary of Keiso, Wash., visited them New Years weekend. Kim and Lucie Lindberg enter- tained family Christmas Eve. Some of those gathered were their daughter Ann and son, Bill; Karen and Emanuel Sylveria and daughters of Salem; Della Fischer and Ralph and Faye Fischer. The Lindberg family enjoyed Christmas Day at Karen and Emanuel's home in Salem. Ab and Jenelle Coblentz had 22 of their family with them on the 26th to celebrate Christmas together. Joe and Laura Fagundes had Dana and Vincey Fagundes with them on Christmas Eve. Their son Tony was with them on Christmas Day. Roy and Joyce Zimbrick's daughter-in-law Dorothy Zimbrick and Emily and Anna of Holland left Monday after visiting between FRESH CENTER CUTS Physician speaks at diabetes meeting There will be a Diabetes meeting Monday, Jan. 9 at 7 p.m. at the Willamina Christian Church. Dr. Molloy will be the guest speaker. This is the first meeting of the new year. A series on Diabetes and complications, will be the topics for the next few months. The public is welcome to attend the meetings. For information call 876-4925. Correction It was wrongly announced in the "Roundup" that the installation for the Rebekah officers would be for the public. It is a closed installation on January 8 at 2 p.m. at Primrose Rebekah Lodge in Willamina for the Ethel Rebekah and Primrose Rebekah Lodge's new officers. All Rebekah Lodge members are invited and welcome. Science, On Monday, Nov. 21, the Advanced Biology class took a field trip to Portland. Unfortunately, I couldn't go with them because of a humanities trip the same day, so I was assigned to interview the people who went and write a report instead. Since we have been studying genetics in class, Miss Howard arranged to have a genetic counselor speak to us at the Oregon FRESH LOIN END 3.5 LB AVE. LB LB 3 HIND%S, 3 FRONT1/4S MIXED FRYER PARTS .............. pC LB (CH ICKEN BREAST $2.29/LB) & THIGHS ......... $ LB ,, BONELESS PORK CHOPS .............. LB HYGRADE ALL MEAT 16 OZ FRESH MEDIUM 10 OZ JAR FROZEN WESTERN FAMILY CHICKEN, TURKEY, BEEF MEAT PIES cul ure explore on Health Science University. Susan Olson, the counselor, talked about many things. She showed slides of chromosomes, pointing out the abnormalities in them, and spoke about genetic mutations and chromosome disorders, and how they occur. After the class went to OHSU, they stayed in Portland for awhile. First, Miss Howard drove the van through the West Hills, where all the big houses are on stilts. Next they drove past Baloney Joe's witnessing a complete contrast to the wealthy residents of Portland. In fact, these people didn't even have homes-- they just lived on the street and in cars. The last stop was at the Galleria, where the class split up to tour the mall. They found the people there quite different from what we're used to--punks, new-wavers, bums, etc. 112 WEST MAIN FRESH OREGON GROWN THICK CUT LOIN FRESH COUNTRY STYLE , WHOLE .......... CUT INTO STEAKS $ I & CHOPS DELl MEA T 70Z FLAV-R-PAC 10 OZ I TRAwBERRY Lv s DELUX ASSORTED FLAVORS :REAM GA : ORE IDA POTATOES 4 LB BAG RAINBOW 18-PACK $ COOKED & READY TO EAT OCEAN FRESH LB LB BAKERY OLD FA GLAZED OR CAKE - MIX OR MATCH 8-INCH 1-LAYER NUT 24 OZ LOAF BREAD ............. ie rl p Some of the more "interesting' Jan. things that happened were a m~onday: getting arrested for trying to ste~, potal three leather jackets, a bum steali~, milk. from a hotdog stand and the genetlhesday: appearance of some of the people ~d, pean the mall. Vednes lit Overall ~ursda the students said that t t, veg. trip was very interesting a,~ ) worthwhile. ~ rolls, f Shelley Mendenh~!day: ! WHS studet~wkles. CHICKEN 10.50Z