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12 The Sun, Thursday, January 31, 1980 IBIHIBIII /A i >, Firemen douse flames engulfing mobile home and vehicle at 17885 Highway 22 near Sheridan about 2 p.m. Jan. 28. Home was owned Sheridan. police by :Sam Blischke and was unoccupied at time of fire. --Photo by Bill Moore II GARDEN CLUB MEETS Sheridan Garden Club will meet Feb. 4 at 2 p.m. at the home of Vivian St. Louis. WILLAMINA PTA Willamina Grade School PTA will meet Tuesday, Feb. 5, at 7:30 p.m in the old gym, located across from the grade school. Title I, P.E., band, music, counseling, resource room, and library teachers will describe and answer questions about their programs. Babysitting will be available for a small fee. UNITED METHODIST WOMEN The United Methodist women of Willamina will hold a special observance of "A Call to Prayer and Self Denial" on Feb. 14 during their regular meeting at the church at 1:30 p.m. Ivan Langley Ivan Lewis Langley, Sr., 77, of 370 Spruce St., Willamina, died Saturday evening at his home. Funeral services were held Tuesday in the Church of the Nazarene, Grand Ronde, with in- terment in the Grand Ronde Cemetery. Mr. Langley was.born Jan. 21, 1903 in Grand Ronde, the son of Wil- liam and Mary Quenelle Langley. He had lived in Two firemen work to wet down mobile home that was destroyed in Jan. 28 fire near Sheridan.--Photo courtesy of Dallas Itemizer-Observer. the Grand Ronde area all Lumber company asks rezoning of his life where he was employe l in the logging of the coast mountains. Survivors include two sons, Ivan Jr. of Sher- idan and Clarence Dale of Willamina; a brother Roscoe of Grand Ronde; a sister, Mamie Snider of Salem; six grandchildren and two great-grand- children. A rezoning request by Willamina Lumber Co. will be heard by the Yamhill County Planning Commission Feb. 5. The hearing will be at 7:30 p.m in the county courthouse, Room 32, McMinnville. Willamina Lumber wants to change the designation on a 4.5 acre tract from agriculture- forestry large holding to public works-safety dis- trict. The land is about six miles northeast of the City of Willamina south of Buck Hallows Road. UP A,M E a wise A quick check of this week's chart showS how wise it is to invest in a 182-day, $10,000 minimum Money Market Certifi- cate. Especially at Bank of Oregon. Here's why' When you invest $10,000 or more in a Money Market Cer- tificate at Bank of Oregon, we'll add an extra $10 to it. That's bonus cash. plus interest on the bonus -- yours free. This offer is subject to withdrawal at any time. so make plans now to stop in at your nearby Bank of Oregon office to pick up your certificate and bonus. High return.., short term deposit...and cash m WEEK OF JAN. 31st THRU FEB. 6. Jan. 21 - Clarence Shukar was cited fl)r failure to yield right of way io oncoming traffic after the vehicle he was operating collided with a vehicle being operated by Dean West of Sheridan. The accident occurred when Shu- kar made a left hand turn in front of West's vehicle. Marlcne West. a passenger in West's car, received minor injuries when her head struck the windshield of the car. Bail was set at $55, Jan. 24 - Sheridan police were notified of a possible drug overdose when a 17- year-old sustained a violent reaction after allegedly smo- king one marijuana cigarrette. The violent reactions could be attributed to the marijuana being laced with another dangerous drug. Jan. 25 - Steven Westley Jepscn was arrested after the vehicle he was driving was involved in a rearend accident with a vehicle driven by Eric Rosenbalm. Jepsen failed to stop at the accident scene and, when signaled by police to stop, he attempted to elude police in the vehicle and then on foot. Jepsen was arrested and lodged in Yamhill County jail in lieu of $1,295 bail. Sheridan fire Jan. 27 - Dick Ridgeway Of Sheridan reported a flue fire with small damage to the outside wall of the dwelling. Jan. 28- A mobile home and car near Highway 22 was destroyed by a fire of unknown cause, despite efforts of the Dallas Fire Department as- sisted by two Sheridan fire trucks. bonus. All in all, a pretty good way to f take some o the sting out of ;nflation. 1.48 .8 at Bank of Oregon Annual rate "Sasetl on $10.010 (deposit plus Cash bonus) deposited for 182 days Federal regulahons prohibit com- 130undtng of interest on these certlh. C~e8 during term of deDos~t and ~e quire sut:)stanoal interest perlalty for Mernbet F OIC Aurora Colony Brooks Csnby * Hubbard JenningS Lodge * Mr. Angel * North Selem St. Paul Sherialn Sherwood Silver ton Stayton Welt Linn WO(~dburn early w~thdrawal Rates sub/cot to Change at renowal F RESH N ICE MUSHROOMS Open house in Willamina The Willamina Senior Citizen Drop In Center will hold an open house on Feb. 7 in honor of the center's 10th anniver- sary. Refreshments will be served from 1 to 4 p.m. Everyone is wel- come! The center offers pi- nochle on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1 to 4 p.m. and hosts a Che- meketa Community Col- lege class on writing your life story on Wed- nesdays from 1 to 3 p.m. The referral center holds office hours from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. on Wednesdays. A potluck luncheon is held the third Thursday of each month for all area senior citizens at noon. A bingo-potluck dinner is held every fourth Friday of the month. LB JUMBO SIZE TANGELOS LUSCIIIUS FRUIT FOR RED RIPE TOMATOES LA RGE SLICERS, I,BS FOR FRESH SOLll) HEADS BROOK op PUBLIC NOTICE CANDIDACY FOR THE CHEMEKETA COMMUNITY COLLEGE. BOARD OF EDUCATION Election of board members from Zones Three and Four will be held March 25, Candidates must file with the Marion elections office by 5 p.m. Tuesday, February order to have their names appear on the Each candidate must be a registered residing in the zone which he/she is represent. The board member elected to represent Two wilt serve a four-year term beginning 1980 and ending June 30, 1984. /( I\l I \V(): \11 ~1 Yamhill ('ounlv t'xt't'pl lhitl I)~l'! I' ~;' ,4 th, I',,rll:~nd (,,lum|mitx (~dh'gt' l)istricl. 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