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Pharmacy & Ruth C. Thomson Ruth Chapin Thomson, 98, of Sheridan, died Jan. 6 at McMinn- ville Hospital of natural causes. She was born April 1, 1895 in Portland to William P. and Charity (Burnham) Jacks. She married Cor- nelious J. Thomson on Feb. 13, 1911 in Oregon City. He died in 1971. She and her husband were mar- ried for 60 years and owned and operated a small grocery store on West Main Street in Sheridan. She was a member of the Eagles Auxi- lary since 1947 and served as presi- dent in 1955 and as secretary for 11 year's. Survivors include her daughters, Evelyn Gay of Vancouver, Wash., and Ardeile Spencer of Sheridan; five grandchildren; 20 great- grandchildren; and 20 great-great- grandchildren. She was also pre- ceded in death by two sons. Services were held Tuesday at Adamson's Sheridan Funeral Home. Interment was at Green Crest Memorial Park. Arrangements were by Adamson's Sheridan Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be made to Health Dynamics of McMinnville. Dollie Newbill RESERVATIOH HOTLINE 843-3337 Dollie Newbill, 93, of Sheridan, died Jan. 9 in McMinnville Com- munity Hospital. She was born Oct. 18, 1900 in Albany, Neb., to Orris Hiram and Ida (Cutler) Reynolds. She married Loyd Melvin Newbill on July 30, 1927 in Dallas. A homemaker, she worked with her husband on the farm most of her married life. She enjoyed crochet and traveling. Survivors include sons Robert Clark Harritt of Long Beach, Wash., and Wesley Homer Harritt of Willa- raina; daughter, June Audrey Wolff Wednesday, January 12, 1994, The Sun 3 ii~iiii::ii~i~ii~ii/i~!~ ..... ::~t~i~i~ii~;ii::i/iiii: *~ i~ *~!i!!::::i::(giii::iiii~iii!i~!iiii::ii::!i::ii~!::::::iiili~ii//~i!::!g~i '~?~",:!. "~ .... ~:'"~ " ~i" " W i:~g : '?;~!~ ~ ~ ' ~!~" ~" ~ " g~.~i ~'~: :~ "~ ~:~&~ .... '~ ~': • :. ~:~"*:~::" ~:~.!~.:.':~ .:~i;~ ~!~ " 'g~l~ "~" ~'-;~ ~;~:,:::::. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.x~::::::::... .4~:. :a. ~..::~:7:~ ~ Doctor to talk at chamber forum Dr. David Breitkreuz of the West- ern Yamhiil Medical Center in Sher- idan will speak Thursday at the monthly community forum spon- sored by the West Valley Chamber of Commerce. The forum is open to the public and will begin at noon in The Green Frog restaurant. Cost is $5 for lunch and reservations may be made by calling 843-2992. Breitkreuz will speak on the new Oregon Health Plan and President Clinton's proposed national health plan. Rep. Furse speaks at forum in Mac Congresswoman Elizabeth Furse will speak Tuesday about her first year in office when she addresses the forum luncheon of the Greater McMinnville Chamber of Com- merce. The forum will begin at noon in the Community Center. Cost is $7 and reservations must be made by calling the chamber office, 472- 6196, by Friday. United Tel offers scholarships If you're a graduating senior cur- renfly attending high school, you may be eligible for one of five $1,000 scholarships being offered by Sprint/United Telephone. The scholarships will be awarded based on financial need, academics and curricular and extra-curricular activities. "When we started our scholarship program in 1988, we people of the Arctic. On the campus of Western Oregon State College, where he has been a faculty member for many years, his collection is displayed in a museum dedicated in his name. The museum boasts one of the largest collections of Eskimo arts and crafts on the West Coast. Jensen will present his program on the lower floor of the Polk County Museum, 187 SW Court St. The museum will be open from 1 to 4 p.m. and refreshments will be served after the program. The public is invited, admission is free and the lower floor is handicap accessible. New show at Lawrence Gallery Earl Hamilton's fanciful paintings will be featured at Sheridan's Lawr- ence Gallery through Jan. 23. Hamilton's repertoire includes the use of watercolors, acrylics, pastels and collages or, as he says, any medium that lets him create light-hearted images. His images have included floating elephants, prancing giraffes, purple horses, free-flying bicyclists and dancing ballerinas. His new collec- tion includes peaceful angels, lambs and figures, expressing romance and friendship. Vietnam is topic of college play "Pvt. Wars," a black comedy about three Vietnam veterans, will be presented Jan. 20-22 in Linfield College's Pioneer Hall Theatre. "Pvt. Wars," written by James McLure, focuses on three veterans who have been residing in a VA College announces events phone service A list of events at Linfield Col- lege is now only a phone call away. A new service provides a calendar of events at Linfield by calling 434-2600. A pry-recorded message, updated weekly, will provide a list- ing of athletic, arts, music, theater and other cultural events. Basic information about an event will be provided. If additional information is needed, an operator will be avail- able to provide assistance. Lambing school on Monday in Mac Chemeketa Community College and the Oregon State University Extension Service will sponsor two lambing schools to be held in McMinnville winter term. The first lambing school will be held on Monday, Jan. 17, and the second will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 18. Both schools will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The schools will provide hands- on experiences with lambing prac- tices and procedure including ob- stetrics, ewe care and assistance, grafting techniques and care of new lambs. Sheep nutrition and feeding, flock health programs, facilities and general management practices will also be covered. Dr. Don Hansen, OSU Extension veterinarian; Dr. Jim Thompson, OSU sheep specialist; and Gene Pirelli, OSU livestock specialist will be the instructors. Tuition is $25. Enrollment is limited to 12 students per school and pre-registration is required. For registration and loca- tion information call 399-5139. course dealing with gardening including: making compost, graft- ing, pest control, and how to take care of ornamentals in the yard. Applications can be picked up at the Polk County Extension Office at 182 SW Academy St. in Dallas or call 623-8395. Street grant on Willamina's agenda The Willamina city council will consider grant requests for Willa- mina Drive and a transportation system plan at Thursday's meeting. The council meets at 7:30 p.m. in city hall. 1. Hocus Pocus 2. Hot Shots Part Duex 3. True Romance 4. Surf Ninjas 5. Dave 6. The Firm 7. Sleepless in Seattle 8. Guilty as Sin 9. Blood In, Blood Out 10. 12:01 NEW - COMING SOON: • Heart and Soul - 1/12 • Robinhood, Men in Tights- 1/12 • Coneheads - 1/26 Julie Maser Pharmacist Medicines for Multiple Sclerosis An estimated 250,000 to 350,000 Americans suffer from multiple sclerosis, a disorder of the central nervous system. Mul- tiple sclerosis is thought to be caused by a virus. Nerve damage results from a deterioration of the myelin sheath, the fatty covering surrounding and protecting nerve tissue. Once this fatty protective cover is lost, certain body func- tions may be impaired. In the more advanced stages of multiple scle- rosis, such as with severe nerve damage, the person affected may lose control of certain muscles and need to be confined to a wheel chair. Symptoms of multiple sclero- sis may include bowel and bladder problems, fatigue, difficulty in walking, sweating, pain in the joints, loss of vision, sexual dys- function, and mood swings. After the first attack, often there may be a period of remission (a time with no symptoms) that can last from a few months to three years. While there is no cure for or way to prevent this condition, there are several agents being evaluated to help control symptoms. The first prescription medicine approved for multiple sclerosis was an anti- viral drug, beta interferon, which has been shown to be partially of Sheridan; 17 grandchildern and decided our primary goal was to hospital for 10 years and shows ~ _,., .,.. ~ =.= ..., effective in patients with relaps- numerous great- and great-great help the students who otherwise them dealing with the insecurities in Master Gardening Rent ] Movie ing-remitting multiple sclerosis. grandchildren, might not have the opportunity to themselves as well as the difficulty Othermedicinesbeinginvestigated Services will be held at 11 a.m. attendco!lege," said Kelly Gray, the they have in accepting reality, classes to begin Gel Free include copolverl and purified Thursday in the Sheridan Church of company s community relations bovine myelin( the Nazarene. Arrangements are us- administrator. During the past five The theater box office opens Jan. Do you want to leam more about Good thru Jan. 18. 1994 der the direction of Adamson's years, students from Grand Ronde 10 from 3 to 5 p.m. weekdays and 6 growing plants? Here is a great .,. .. m .. .-- ttObt - TONN DRUGS to 8 p.m. performance nights. Tick-opportunity for you to learn how to I I YourGoodNoightx:gPt rmocy Sheridan Funeral Home. and Sheridan have received the ets are $2.50 for students/faculty grow better gardens and flowers and 103 E. Main $1reet, Sheridan award. Phone 843-2422 Galvin to run Scholarship applications are and $3.50 for adults. Seating is meet some really interesting people 1122 E. Main I atmacyHoua: I mdtr/-F 9-6 available at local schools, or quill- limited, in the process. I Sheridan [ i Saturday 9 am to 1 pm for school board fying seniors can call 503-387- Potential Master Gardeners are IS4a'aaa7 I s,o,...,,,: 9234. To be considered, applica- Offices, schools now being sought by the Polk County Extension Service. A Mas- [ ~.~.&~IIH~.IO£~ [ EARN EXTRA CASH bZ ,selling A second candidate has filed for tions must be received by March 18. to close Monday ter Gardener is a person who has I SUm 41am-?:3Opm | items you no longer need In the a Willamina school board position!C ends on the March ballot but nobody as Arct explorer of Tuesday morning had filed for All government offices---except completedan extensive training Mortlay- 2 pro- 9:30 pm classifieds. Call 843-2312. Irh p up two seats on the Sheridan school to give talk the city of Willamina--will be gged ong- board, closed Monday in honor of Martin ckly The deadline to file is 5 p.m. Dr. Paul Jensen will talk about Luther KingJr.'sbirthday, a national rter- Thursday. "How to Survive the Arctic" at holiday. of Candidates for the Willamina 1:30 p.m. Saturday in the Polk Schools and banks will also close my board must file in the Polk County County Museum, Dallas. Monday but most businesses, tful. Courthouse, Dallas, and those run- Since 1962, Dr. Jensen has col- including The Sun, will remain Sing for the Sheridan board need to leered the art and artifacts of the open. hnny file in the Yamhill County court- 'the house, McMinnville. how much you care. horse farmer, is the second candi- When you purchase life insurance date to file for the Willamina board from the Country Companies, you I Position that is being vacated by get peace of mind knowing that lasses Jude Lehner. Christopher Ruskin of you've provided financial security for Ran Pittrnan illamina, ahigh school teacher, yourfamilyifyoudietoosoon, c,,. 472-2545 [ at... ,, !1 filed last week for the same posi- me to find out how to apply today. rids. I i II What Lehner does not plan to seek re- [ Includes , Qu tli |1 election since he is moving out of [ * Sin m clear plastic lemes| [ caner the district. INSURANCE GROUP _ [ • Scr r istantcoating II 2tined The two positions up for election rm=mmmmmmmmmmOOUPONummnmmmmmm I • Oneyear breakageguar tee | [ I ...... ' """ li 'l l re-n yna DecksMike Eisele. Deck I • Eyeglass case I[ ;s had indicate he will seek re- I ' ='m = 1 I • Theelection but Eisele, who was Contact Lens V alues "'were appointed to the board six months 'Y the ag°' said he is undecided" [D I I i°:: Goecks selected I 8~'~-CZ,~L8 1 I . I j Lenscs Pair Pair ,m,ly.w°°" board chairman I °°u I I J I ~ ~ I J :' II al an i t ennis Goecks is the new chair- I Your Gold Chain Soldered ... $5 I e anofthe Yamhiil County board of { Reg. $10.00 1 I I ,,,u,u, I .B&LUItraFW I I ffion - t us to Ommissioners. The three-member U U I : i I • NewVue= l" Cllm STaVisitint I " OuraSoft ;3 [ 1 I I I * SeeQuence 2 I" OU,"Sat Z I * Hydron Z4 I I I 'orninulethe [ theb°ardstartrotateSof the yearthe chairmanshiPwhen committeeat Your Center Diamond I ] ............. = ................ '"' "'" 'l ass nments are also announced I I Valley "g . I Prongs Retipped ... 'ZU I 2 All eyeglass and contact lens purchases require a current, valid prescription. IMor-[ In addition to serving as board 52, FL [ Chairman, Goecks will be the Reg" $40"001 • R°tarY'and / board'Sl ealth andliais°nHumanf°rservicesthe county'SDepart_Offer expires I [Coos Bay 888-4849 Med'ord 779-7025 [ 3u all,[ ent and the Commission on Chil- January31, 1994 [ GrantsPa=471-1120 Salem 378-1179 ] I }then and Families. [ KlamathFall, 883-1157 Salem 588-7566 I I [ 'illHe also will serve on the Housingbe liaisonand forWelfarelabor negotiationsB°ard and II1'1 MddJnnville ,34-1183 Woodbum 982-2,33, , ' I 1 I' ' - _t[ d the Administratwe Services Ring Sized? I [ EYE EXAMS available from an independent Doctor of Optometry located in the WAL-MART building. I =°sc l bepartment:onertsomm ss Ted Lopuszynksi :':C)C~'P~ Diamond Mounted ... Prongs Rebuilt? ............ I,, m l . l l l l l l l l It l l m l l l l l l l l • II ' $5 Off : ', $34 : historic'ill be theLandmarksbOard s iiaiSOncommission,fOr the Gift Personalized ... Stone Set ... Watch Repaired?. im , , Free . , the sheriff's, assessor's, clerk s and Let our Professmnals | I 1 Compare at $60 00 ' Any ComPlete m AOSEPTContact .m • m usurer s offices, give you an Estimate! Ii m Pair of , lens care kit m , • Commissioner Debi Owens will I I m l %rrectionsbe liaison for the county fair, plan- and works featur ng Free samples of | z:,)'~t.o.~.~ •• Neutrogena Products I- Models I.,2(]08 / L2052/L1724/L1725 • public k •~ r $ qlX L~ r 0 S. m k ¢ J J Happiness is our Business 472-7626 ADVER'~8~O MERCHANO~SE POLICy It ~= our ~nt~tlo~ ~o htve ev=~y i._,..- .......... -. .... | ......... ..... .................. ............. ._,| CMCk o~ kx the e~ te 1:~ purel~.uled it ~ ~jkl peel C~ ee rm~t fo~ the e~ar~ to b~ purch~ mt the ~ pie= w~ iVll~ o~ w~q ii~ ~ m lam~lalt alto it i aomm~ reat~ m n w~me~r ~v~JwIb:e, c~ w$ MII y~ a ~ ~,rl mt = ~l~e rm~*a~ ~ .. .. i . n Nrm a Sheridan ImluCOUPONnmllmnllmlmmllml " .... ........ """-' ..... . IIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIILIIIIIIIIIIIBB,