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erl in Friday's Nmdts LmPhm T~t WiIlamina finishers: 112 I. Arinh Fauna: 1193. Jer- emy Heben 123 4. Dan Eddy; 13@ I. Tom MeKnisht; 133 3. Jeremy Roseile: 14@ 2. Ray Rosolle; 145 4. Stewsrq 152 1. Tim Mooney; 14@ I. Subba Cavan; 171 I. Tracy Cavan; 159 I. John Andrew; Uwt. 3. Mike Kil- =ell. Team results: wmsmbia 4@, Oalmdse 28; 30, Chiloquin 24; Wlllmmms 34, LaPine 27 Ji 3 rmulls 34, Wlbmlma 33 I03 Nathan Harman (S) forfeit: 112 Mike Bidweil(S) pinned Jeremy Heber; 119 Ariah Fa.ums (W) def. Chad Pane=, 9-1; 125 Gres Wilson (S) def. Dan Eddy, 5-1; 130Tam McKnight (W) pinned ChaHes Nelson; 135 Ja- son Taylor (S) pinned Jeremy Ro~eiln: 14@ by ~'1 pramd Mike Ilbkel 145 Doug Stewart (W) pinned Travis Taylor:. IS2 ~ Memey [W] clef. Ken ~. blak, 1%01 1611 Aady Jorch~ (S) def. Troy Por~et. 9-0: 171 Tracy Cavan (W) def. Shone Errand. 16-3:159 Monte Lauer (S) def. Shawn Ebensteiner, 10-7; Hwt. Chria Acuff (S) pinned Mike KiueL Ilamine wres lin :~:ii iii:ii!~: ! FMday's lundtl S~ Tmn'nmlmt Sheridan finishers: 112 I. Chad Ran~; 119 3. Greg Wilson: 1M 2. Juan Taylor; 135 2. Mike Slake: 145 3. Ken Holsonback; 1.$2 1. Aady Jordan; 171 2. Slume Er- rand; 159 I. Monte Lauer. llwt. 1. Chin Acuff Team results: Not available. Jan 3 mmdln Slmddmm 34, wm---u-s 33 I~ Nathan Harman (S) forfeit; 112 Mike Bidwell(S) pinned Jeremy Heber; 119 Ariah Fasana (W)def. Chad Pane=, 9-1; IZ$ Grog Wilson (S) def. Dan Eddy, 5-1; 130 Tom McKnisht (W) pinned Charles Nelson: 13.$ Ja- =on Taylo (S) pinned Jeromy Rosoile; 14@ by Rmmtb ['W] ~ ~ ~ 14.5 Doug Stewart (W) pinned Travik Tayl~. 152 TI~ M~mmy [W] deL Km llelmQ- Imek, 17-0; 160 Aady Jordan (S) def. Troy Porter. 9-0; 171 Tracy Cavan (W) def. Shane Errand. 16-3; 159 Monte Lauer (S) def. Shawn Ebengteiner. I0-7; Hwt. Chris Acuff (S) pinned Mike Kissol. I n e mp tL Wrestling is alive and well in Willamina. This Friday and Saturday [sere will be some of Willamina s best wrestlers participating in one ~fOregon s biggest and most exciting wrestling events, The Oregon restling Classic. VThe Classic is where the best wrestlers of all ages have qualified to eet each other m cam etmon'" P " ere is Little Guy, High School and College age participation. ~ais year the Classic has even gone International with an American earn, comprised of Oregon's best high school wrestlers, facing an qually competitive team from Japan. This is the fourth straight year that Willamina's High School team ~as been invited to the Classic. This team placed fourth in the state [ A ') under the direction and coaching of Bob Bishop along with his rSsistant Barry Wilson. This year, again, shows promise for them to take several team on to state competition. Willamina also has a thriving Little Guy Wrestling program which essentials of wrestling to newcomers and provides young in the community with coaching and training. Several of the Little Guy program tried out and qualified to go to the at trial meets last week. They are: Billy Risseeuw, Joey Brian Osborne, Ben Mode, PJ Willis, Shawn Lena, Dustin Classic is a big event for those wrestlers and a great opportunity for them to compete with some of the in the state, and also to get acquainted with wrestlers all of the competing colleges in Oregon. like to wish all of these boys the beat of luck,lit the.~OregoxL~, Classic. I also want to thank our school administrators and coach for making it possible to have our high school attend. ] am looking forward to being there as a spectator class s Lady Sparts._ outscored The Sheridan girls took an eight~~,!~[~)) point lead into the locker room, but were out-scored by 17 by host Gaston in the second half to loose their lea- gue opener, 58-49. Sheridan coach Micheile LaRue liked the teams first half play. "I was really impressed with our team play in the first half," she said. "In the second half we seemed to lose our intensity and didn't move the ball as well." LaRue singled out the play of Lysa Saunders who had 16 points and 10 rebounds. eac ers Monday night Sheridan was swamped by visiting Amity. Amity led 21-8 at the first break and never looked back to win 58-29. "I saw good and bad results," LaRue said of the contest. "We still have a lot to work on, but we're get- ting there." issues Idfi enalties Department of Environ- (DEQ) issued eight for violations during field burning season, of $5,600 in fines. number of penalties is down 12 issued in 1987, but the are up from last year's $4,450. 780 Willamette Valley about 343,278 for the 1988 field season, compared with acres in 1987. Under state uraing is limited to a of 250,000 acres a year. acres were burned in COmpared with 210,198 acres in eight violation penalties four were for burning "fires out" order, two burning without a permit, for improper propane g on a tan-Seed and cereal-grain m the Willamette Valley fields to prevent the af Unwanted plants, insects diseases. Burning is on a day-to-day basis the DEQ smoke-manage- are due and payable ,ng rt poor in all area success at best was Monday the Nestucca 6.5 feet and Tuesday in Harry's Rod and Contest remains For more information latest fishing news call 879-5111. 4-H holds Chemeketa Community College Feb. 6andl3, T to 9 p.m., Salem wor&shon will offer two pesticide training rcampus, buildingS, room259. II Ig ~ classes for private applicators who Jan, 21, 8 a.m. to noon, Woodburn Nature--and our farmers--pro- wish to renew their licenses through Center. duce a wide variety of food to nourish recertification. The courses may be Feb. 28 =ad March 7, 7 to 9 p.m., taken in any order. A scheduleMcMinnville High School. our bodies. Two of the very versatile products are Wheat and Milk, which follows: Instructors are Glenn Miller in will be the focus of a workshop to be PrlvateAppileators' Recerdfleatlon Woodburn, Dan Blevins in Salem [Core A] and Richard Angyal in McMinnviile. held Saturday, Jan. 14. The Polk County 4-H program and Jan. 23 and 30, 7 to 9 p.m., Salem Tuition is $5 per session. Students the North Valley Wheat Growers campus, building 5, room 259.may preregister by calling 399-5233 League invite the public to the Jan. 14, 8 a.m. to noon, Woodburn weekdays between 11 a.m. and 3"Natures Best--Wheat and Milk~ Center. p.m., or they may register at the first Workshop" at the Polk County Feb. 14 and 21, 7 to 9 p.m., class session. Questions may be Fairgrounds 4-H Building in Rick- McMinnville High School. directed to Chemeketa's agricultural reall, starting at 9:30 a.m. 4-H Private Applleatorg' Reeertlfieatlon program coordinator D. Craig members and leaders will find the [Cote B] Anderson at 399-5135. workshop especially helpful as they plan their years program together. we ~ Featured demonstrators will be Two sessions of Saturday classes March 4, 11 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dan Taggart, formerly appearing on on a teaching theory, known as in building 3, room 106. This session the "Kitchen Kaboodle" TV "Instructional Theory Into Practice is a three-credit course, whereprogram and frequent representative (ITIP)," will be offered for teachers students will practice their teaching for the Oregon Wheat Growers and administrators winter term skills in small groups and receive League; and Jennifer Cruickshank, through the division of continuing feedback from other participants. Yamhill County Dairy Princess. education and summer programs at Cost for the classes is $55 perThose who attend will see these Western Oregon State College. The undergraduate-credit hour, $75 per products used in a variety of recipes classes are scheduled at Chemeketa graduate-credit hour. Students may and will learn techniques for Community College in Salem. register for the classes at the first successful food preparation. Recipes The first session, an introduction session or in advance through the and educational information pro- to ITIP, meets Jan. 14, 21 and 28 continuing education office at (503) vided by the Oregon Dairy Council from 8:30 to 4:30 p.m. in building 3, 838-1220, ext, 483 or toll freeand Oregon Wheat Commission will room 10S at Chemeketa. The focus of 1-800-232-9653. be available. 4-H information-- the=two-credit course is' to bui]~ SHOP FlED ADS especially related to the foods effective teaching strategies and project--will also be available. gain a, working knowledge of educational theory that improves classroom instruction. These skills will be refined in the second session, Advanced ITIP, which meets Feb. 11, 18, 2.5 and Factory direct mobile home sales. Display models at dealer's cost. Mobile home lots available in Sheridan, Newberg and Lincoln City. New and used RVs, travel trailers and 5th wheels wholesale to the public ADJACENT TO THE LIBERTY HOMES FACTORY ON SHERIDAN ROAD Happy & Prosperous New Year ey Farmers! Everem y Batteries "C" or "D" 6-pack "AA" 8-pack Your cost after mail-in rebate: Farnam Horse Wormer one dose protection from 16 types of parasites Denim Jacket regular price Limited to stock on hand. through Jan. 17, Land O'Lakes I Cenex Layer 100 16 % Protein for hens 5O# Prices good 147 S.W. 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