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January 23, 1991

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6 The Sun, Wednesday, January 23, 1991 GRAdeD ROE Er j0000noH By Myrtle Barber 876-2842 The annual spring rummage sale and fund raisers were the main items of discussion last Monday at the Willamina Civic Club. The meeting had been postponed from the regular Jan. 7 date due to the icy weather. The sale will be held Friday and Saturday, March 22-23, in the Seni- or Drop-In Center. Workday will begin after the regularly scheduled noon potluck and sing-a-long on March 21. The 14 members present worked on the events schedule at the Drop- In Center to be posted in the window. The center is available for rent by calling 876-2842 or 876- 2627. The group received a thank you from Country Home, a new adult foster care home in Grand Ronde, for a gift basket sent at Christmas. Mabel Risseeuw is caretaker at the home. A quilt is being readied in hopes of raffling it during the Fourth of July celebration. Jone Bele Bainter, accompanied by her friend Bernice Kadell, drove to Depoe Bay Thursday to meet her sister, Helene Schriver of Eddyville. They had lunch, visited and went shopping before returning home. Aaron Erickson is still searching for his silver bike his dad built him from special parts. He had it parked near school. Out-going mayor Francis Eddy and wife, Erna, gave a dinner re- cently in Vic's for the city council, city employees and spouses. Attend- ed were Pat Paterson; Gary Wooden and wife; Mary Lou Greb and husband; Steve McNamara and wife; Preston Hill and wife; Leon Alger and wife; Charlene and Bob Brown; Bill Jolley and wife; Jency Rosasco; Milo Lyon and wife; Leroy Moore and wife; Mark Hubbs and. wife Jim Brown and wife; and Eddy's granddaughter, Marta. Polk County Home Extension's Learning for Fun Day will be held Feb. 22. The annual event will be in the Polk County Fairgrounds build- ings in Rickreall. Class information and forms are available from Myrtle Barber, 876- 2842, and will be filled on a first come basis. Classes include mop doll, sweatshin painting, calligraphy, glycerine roses, wood inlay, serger basics, basketry, tole painting for beginners and cake decorating, Coffee and registration begins at 8:45 a.m. classes at 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Hot soup and bread will be served. Registration forms and fees are due by Feb. 15. Roy and Joyce Zimbrick visited Garland Huddleston at Corvallis on Thursday. He is doing fine now. The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde's health committee and di- rector attended the Northwest Health Conference in Seattle last week. Issaac and Wilson Bob of Yakima visited Pete and Adhrine Petite and PhiUip last weekend. Rosemary (Palanuk) Martes and Steve Manes became the parents of a baby girl on Jan. 14 at McMinn- ville Hospital. Kelly Ashton Manes weighs 6 lbs. 12 1/2 oz. The young family lives in Portland. Rosemary is the second daughter of Nick and Sharon Palanuk. Their older daugh- ter Rebecca has a two year old son, Alec. SPOTS BEEF ROAST BONELESS WASTE FREE ., By Floy Blair 843-3105 Ada Swartzendruber accompan- ied her daughter, Alice Pier of McMinnville to Corvallis Friday evening where they were the guests of Mrs. Pier's daughter Michele who is a student at Oregon State University. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Roth were Mr. and Mrs. Clements Schrock and grand- LB LB Phone company to offer seven scholarships For the. fourth year, United Tele- phone will again be offering $750 scholarships to graduating seniors currently attending local high schools. Seven scholarships will be awarded on the basis of financial need (50%), academics (30%) and curricular and extra-curricular activities (20%). United Telephone's Oregon Coast service district includes Sheridan and Willamina High School. Applications are available from high school counselors or interested students may call the company's Public Relations Deparlment, 387- 9990. All applications must be received at the company's Hood River headquarters, 902 Wasco Street, #31, Hood River, OR 97031, by March 15. Awards will be granted in April for the 1991-92 academic year. CPA is speaker at finance class Gratia B. Robertson, a Sheridan certified public accountant, recently was the guest speaker at the Willa- mina High School personal finance class. She spoke on various tax matters. Robertson also recently attended a seminar on retirement planning. CORRECTION The Sheridan school board granted parental leave to teacher Sarah MacCarthy at its meeting Jan. 9. The wrong teacher was named in a news story published by The Sun last week. [ GRoIIvN] CHUCK daughter Rosie of Whiteston, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Yoder of Willamina, John Miller of Estacada, Ada Swart- zendruber and Mr. and Mrs. Enos Schrock of Sheridan. Mrs. and Mrs. Larry Weiss of Dallas and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ridgeway drove to Lincoln City to visit Waino Johnston who is in the hospital there. Johnson is from Sportsmans Landing at Lincoln Ci- ty. There were two tables of play at the pinochle party at the American Legion Hall Friday afternoon with high going to Floy Blair, second high to Alice Clore, pinochle to Laura Holdgrafter and Beola Bieker, and Veola received the door prize. The crowd was a bit larger Satur- day evening at the card party with high going to Marcus Daniels, se- cond high to Edith Huntley, pin- ochle to Luella Daniels and Elsa Simonson and Goldie Newton won the door prize. Word was received here Saturday aftemoon of the death of Mrs. PORK CHOPS I/4 IX)IN CUT INTO STEAKS & CHOPS LB I CI'IiCI STEAK LB OSCAR MEYER SLICED BOLOGNA ....................... 00ooz s 139 BAR-S 16 OZ BEEF OR MEAT BIGGIE FRANKS ...... S 159 S159 BOLOGNA ....................... oz BAR-S 12 OZ SLICED BACON .......... S 139 FRESH SEAFOOD SPECIALS FRESH RED SNAPPER LB CAPTAIN JOCK IMITATION KRAB MEAT 12 OZ BAY SCALLOPS LB LET US COOK YOUR SUPER BOWL MEAIJ 8-PC. BOX JOJOS GREAT SUPER BOWL SNACKI LB LASAGNA DELICIOUSI LB FROZEN FOOD SPECIALS WESTERN FAMILY ORANGE a' 12 OZ FRESH DELI SPECIALS TILLAMOOK CHEESE ._A/X 2 LB MED. BABy LOAF i0 oz 69 WESTERN FAMILY PEAS, CORN OR MIXES 89 MARGARINE VEGETABLES ......... ,oz ..................... WE, STERN FAMILY 16 OZ SINGLE WRAPPED AMERICAN SLICED CHEE .... S199 SHEDD'S COUNTRY CROCK, 3 LB "II.IB MARGARINE ..................... S 199 WESTERN FAMILY WHIPPED 69 TOPPING ............................... oz MOCCA MIX NON-DAIRY 6X5 OZ BARS ICE CREAM BARS. ..... S 169 Emma R. Seth of service is scheduled for dan Methodist Church Sunday. On honor roll Randy Hamacher been named to the at Oregon Institute of Klamath Falls. Inclusion on the list grade point average of at according to the college. Hamacher is bachelor's degree in ing technology. WESTERN FAMILY WHITE OR WHEAT 24 OZ LOAF ASSORTED ' FLAVORS 14 & 15 OZ six o DOG WESTERN FAMILY 40 LB BAG DRY CHUNKS s2so SNOW WHITE GREAT COOKED OR ON A VEGIE TRAY TASTY STEAMED SERVED WITH