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January 9, 1991

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inter term classes offered Community College but residents may still Jan. 11, according a college represen- 18 or more years of age residents 62 or older of $8 for most class fees when appli- 16 or 17 and still College lists local classes in high school must have a release form from the school. For more information, call Hart- man at 843-3776. Sheridan/Willamina classes are as follow: Days: Beginning painting, Thursdays, 1- 4 p.m. Intermediate painting, Fridays, 9 a.m. to noon and 1-4 p.m. Painting classes are held in the American Legion Hall, 125 N. Bridge St., Sheridan. Tuition $52.50. Evenings: Quiltmaking, Tuesdays, 7-9 p.m., Sheridan High School, through March 12. Tuition $31.50. Fitness aerobics, Monday and Wednesday, 6-7 p.m., Faulconer Grade School gym, through March 13. Tuition $35. Fitness aerobics, Monday, Wed- nesday, Friday, 4:15-5:15 p.m., Faul- coner gym, through Feb. 8. Tuition $28. Fitness aerobics, Monday, Wed- nesday, Friday, 4:15-5:15 p.m., Feb. 11 through March 15, Fauiconer gym. Tuition $28. Beginning ABE and GED, Tues- day and Thursday, 5:30-8:30 p.m., America Legion Hall. No tuition. TOTINO'S GREEN PIZZA ASSORTED PARTY STYLE DEL MONTE 9.8 TO 10.60Z CUT, SLICED, NO SALT 16 OZ CANS ELBERTA PEACHES FREE STONE HALVES. SLICES 29 OZ REFRIED BEANS ROSARITA 16 OZ REG., SPICY, VEG. INDIAN RIVER PINK GRAPEFRUIT: EACH LARGE, GREEN SKINNED HEINZ KETCHUP 28 OZ SQUEEZE BOTrLE SALTINE CRACKERS NABISCO PREMIUM 16 OZ BOX POTATO CHIPS LAYS 15 OZ REG., BBQ, CHEDDAR, SOUR CREAM & ONION MACARONI & CHEESE KRAFT 7.25 OZ DINNERS SWEET r 'ANJOU PEARS Wednesday, January 9, 1991, The Sun 5 By Myrtle Barber 876-2842 We were shocked and saddened at the death of our police chief "TJ" Tietjen Saturday. Our condolences to Pearl and family. On Monday, Jan. 14, at 6:30 p.m. the Veterans of Foreign Wars and Auxiliary of Post 4211 are hosting a chili feed and meeting for overseas veterans and wives eligible to be- BUTTERMILK CRUELLERS FRESH GREEN CABBAGE LB GREAT FOR DIPPINGI FOR LOA0089 ENGLISH MUFFIN BREAD ..................... I lAYER CHERRY ICED S3 WHITE CAKE.. 49 PKG. OF 15 HARD DINNER ROLLS .... S 129 come members. Wives and widows of overseas veterans are also eligible to join the auxiliary and receive membership benefits. Alvin Bailey is home and receiv- ing therapy after suffering a light stroke recently. He appreciates calls and visits. Rozella Gayken has been trans- ferred to the Careousel Convales- cent home in McMinnville after a brief hospital stay. Her daughter, Maxine, is looking forward to next month when she may be able to return home. Word has been received of the death of Michael "Mickey" Sharer, former local resident, who had been ill for a long time. We will miss him at our family gatherings with his engaging smile and his beautiful family who he was so proud of. It is great to be able to report Rosa Thurber is home again after such a long siege in the hospital. Laura Boehler spent a week with her son, James "Buzz" Boehler and wife, Janet in Portland. On Christ- mas Eve the family congregated in Aloha with her grandson and wife, Scott and Monica Boehler. Another special occasion she at- tended was the wedding of her granddaughter, Kimberley Hamilton to Sam Mansfield. The event was held at the First Christian church in Forest Grove with a reception fol- lowing the ceremony at the Rock Creek Country Club. Kimberley is the daughter of Lin- da and Butch Hamilton of Forest Grove. The groom's mother, Madel- ine Mansfield and a friend from Massachusetts flew here for the wedding and returned home. The newlyweds will be traveling to Massachusetts for their honey- moon. Twenty-seven persons enjoyed the annual potluck New Year's Eve party at the Willamina Drop-In Center Monday night. A song fest was the highlight of the evening with Kathy Thole at the piano, Lawrence Larson arid Dorothy Wagler playing the accordians, ac- companied by John Sherva on his guitar. Loggers plan annual meeting "Winning in Changing Tunes" is the theme for the 21st Annual Convention of the Associated Ore- gon Loggers. A v'a.ri. "ety of and seminars are scheduled to deal with an array of topics designed to assist logging contractors in looking to the future and dealing with the changes on the horizon. Perry Pendley, with the Mountain States Legal Foundation, will key- note the meeting discussing the challenge to natural resource based operations. U.S. Senator Bob Pack- wood is also on the program. The meeting, scheduled for Jan. 17-19, at the Valley River Inn in Eugene, will also feature representa- tives of the government forestry agencies as well as speakers from OR-OSHA who will be discussing proposed changes to the safety requirements for forest operators. Another highlight of the meeting will be a presentation by Dr. Jerry Franklin, who will be discussing his "new forestry" concepts with the loggers. New forestry represents sig- nificant changes to logging opera- tors in their effort to provide for more structural diversity in forest management operations. Home Extension group meets The Sheridan Home Extension Study Group met Jan. 3 at the home of Darlene Grauer. Twelve members attended and two guests: Shirley Johnson of DeJong road and Nancy Holbrook of Sheridan. Evelyn Treadway and Darlene demonstrated making cinnamon rolls. They were baked and served at lunch. The group was impressed with how professional the cooks were, and the rolls turned out per- fect and very delicious. Plans were made for the May baked food bazaar. The next meeting will be at the Berniece Smith home. The topic is lentil cooking. Visitors are welcome. Power outage affects 1,600 A car struck a utility pole on Highway 18 near Fort Hill early Monday morning, causing a five- hour power outage affecting 1,600 PGE customers in the Grand Ronde and Willamina area. The 2:20 a.m. crash downed a high-power transmission line, cams- ing circuit breakers to shut down a substation in Grand Ronde, accord- ing to Art Krueger, a PGE spokes- man. Power was restored at 7:40 a.m.. Krneger said. Details of the wreck, including the driver's name, were not availa- ble.