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jlas Elerath A. Elerath, 61, a former died Feb. 3 at his McMinnville. born April 22, 1927 in After graduating from School he served in Guard during World War Linfield College for after the war. He worked in Willamina for 10 was self-employed as a :driver and later worked for for 17 years as a truck He was a member of Elks Lodge• include his wife, ville; sons, Mike Wash.; Mitch and Dan and David of Las Ve- ~'; daughter, Susan Knable Maine; mother, Dot- Ore.; brother, Everett Barbara Freeman and 6 grandchildren. were held Tuesday at Sons, McMinnville, with Evergreen Memorial Memorials may to Meadowood Speech McMinnville Elks or Cancer Society, c/o Macy Gary and Sydne Hampton are new owners of Huntley Insurance Agencies, Inc. with offices in both Sheridan and Willamina. amp ons uy un le a Gary and Sydne Hampton have purchased Huntley Agencies, Inc. opening which includes Huntley Insurance in Sheridan and Willamina Insurance. urant "We plan to continue with the same outstanding insurance carriers ~d and stress service to our customers. As qualified members of the Inde- outside is frightful, pendent Insurance Agents we are it's so delightful. Inside able to offer a variety of carriers to and Me, that is. The meet the different markets for our customers," the Hamptons said. ~Maris's Cafe) is a haven of The Hamptons are well known in Warmth out West Main the insurance business throughout the West Valley. Sydne has worked Wiiliams, manager, wants at Willamina Insurance since 1976, to visit the eatery, starting as a clerical employee and if or the grand opening set then in 1978 she became a licensed on Valentine's Day. agent when Huntley purchased Wil- r°Pen between the hours of lamina Insurance. the business will a very special day: Gary Hampton started in the in- 130th birthday, Valentine's surance industry in 1972 as an inde- opening, pendent agent, selling life and wants to reassure thehealth policies• He joined Ralph stop in early every Huntley's Sheridan office in 1974 fresh hot coffee thatand worked in that office until taking as usual, over as manager of Willamina Insur- One day that their coffee ance when Huntley purchased it in house," Williams said. 1978. and mill workers are some Gary Hampton grew up in this area, graduating from Buell Grade will be lots of fresh hot School and then Sheridan High for guests during theSchool in 1961. He attended Linfield alld evening, too. Fresh College and the University of Oregon ~aade at least every 45 before moving out Of state to work in also will be littl~ Ft. Worth, Tex., and the San Fran- Cakes, with a Vintage" cigcb bay area, He returned to the Jelly glaze, served to West Valley in 1972. grand opening. (The Gary was honored recently as SOon be made in the Sheridan's "First Citizen" for his long-standing volunteer work in the atfair gen community• He is currently presi- dent of the West Valley Chamber of Commerce, filling his third term of office, and is past president of the Sheridan Rotary Club. He has served as general chairman of Phil Sheridan Days and chaired both the beer gar- den and grand parade for two years• He is a member of the Sheridan Fire District's board of directors and has coched Little Guy football and served as clerk for the fire board• For 12 years he served on the board of Tri-Cities Little League, in- cluding 8 years as president. One of Sheridan's Little League fields has been named after him. "We went from two teams to 20 teams during that time," Gary said. Sydne Hampton is president of the Yamhill County Insurance Agents• The Hamptons plan to continue to operate two insurance offices. They are making one change soon, moving the Sheridan office a few storefronts away to have more space. Their new address will be 130 E. Main St. They plan to continue with the ex- isting staff of three customer sorvice representatives• The staff includes Sharon Shellenbarger, June Palmer and Chris Wagler. Ralph Huntley will continue on the staff, too, the Hamptons said. The insurance agency was started in 1957 by Cecil Harrison• Huntley Insur- ance Agencies, Inc., was founded in 1978 when Huntley purchased Willa- mine Insurance• In 1980 Huntley purchased Hemstreet Agency of Sheridan. 4-H training session planned "Learning for Fun How do young people learn to Resource teachers for the day will by the Polk County become leaders in our society? Most be Commissioner Bill Harland, OSU is scheduled often, as with so much else, they student Eric Veach, and newspaper at the Polk County "learn by doing!" reporter Paul Apfelbeck. Young in Rickreall. Registra- On Saturday the 4-H is sponsoring people will learn what presidents, are coming in to the an officer's training session starting Ostrom, but all at 9:30 a.m. at the Polk Countyvice presidents, secretaries, treas- Fairgrounds, 4-H Building• The urers and reporters are responsible session will conclude at noon.for. potpourri, dried weeds, gardening, ~Veatshirts, ribbon, low and jellies, foods, SPecialties, calligraphy relist here Paulus of Odon ~nduct a series of !the Sheridan Mennonite Sunday and The Sunday evening begin at 6 p.m. and aings at 7:30 p.m. SPRING , PAINT SALE Pratt & Lambert paints Complete line of painting supplies ire Sheridan we~lre irecl~ Doctor ! :Donald Lane With money in a tax-deferred annuity, you are allowed to postpone paying taxes on the interest you earn until it is withdrawn. The result is that your money grows faster because you are earning interest on dollars that would otherwise be going to Uncle Sam. Then it's up to you when to access your funds based on your own financial situation. This can be at a time that offers additional advantages such as being in a lower tax bracket. Important The current earnings from a tax-deferred annuity when not withdrawn are not included in the Social Security Income Tax Formula or for the new "Catastrophic Health Care Charge". We'd like the opportunity to discuss the benefits of tax-deferral with you. Please call Mike Hamilton at 472-6171. Services A wllolly owned subsidiary ol First Federal Savlnss & Loan ol McMinnville The annuities offered by First Financial Services are from Pacific Fidelity Life lnsurane Company. Because they are products of the insurance industry, they are not FSLIC insured. However, they are 100% guaranteed by Pacific Fidelity Life, an "A" Excellent A•M. Best Rated Company wholly owned by Life Investors Inc. Telephone rate hike approved On Feb. 1 the Oregon Public Utili- ty Commission approved a rate re- structuring request by United Tele- phone Company that will raise resi- dential phone bills in the West Val- ley by $2 per month. The rate changes took effect im- mediately after the PUC made its de- cision. The basic phone rate increased from $8.10 per month to $10.10 per month. Businesses in the West Val- ley had their base rates increase by $3.75 per month, from $14.90 to $18. 65 per phone. United Telephone said the chang- es will lower rates for half of its 47,000 Oregon customers and raise rates for the other half. The rate restructuring will not add to company profits, according to PUC officials. United Telephone plans to spend $200,000 this year to improve service in the West Valley area. Hospital names financial officer Doug Davenport is McMinnville Community Hospital's new chief financial officer, according to chief executive officer Stephen J. Aragon. "Doug has extensive experience in hospital financial management," said Aragon. "We're pleased to have him on our staff." Davenport joins the staff from Idaho Falls, Idaho, where he most recently was employed as an assistant controller/ systems analyst, by Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center. He served in purchasing, information systems and accounting during his eight years with HCA/HealthTrust before joining MCH's staff. Artistjoins Chapman staff The Enrichment Committee has joined forces with the Salem Art Association to bring to the Chapman Grade School in Sheridan an Artist in Residence program. This program is scheduled for Feb. 6-17. This artist will be working with grades 6, 7 and 8. The artist coming for this program is Jay Shisler from Portland. He is a graphio artist, musician and teacher with over 25 years experience. Wednesday, February 8, 1989, The Sun 5 Hospital earns accreditation McMinnville Community Hospital The HCAHO is dedicated to recently received the maximum promoting high quality hospital care accreditation from the Joint through its hospital audit program• Commission on Accreditation of The organization surveys and Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO), accredits hospitals for compliance according to Chief Executive Officer with nationally recognized Stephen J. Aragon. standards• The JCAHO audit, JCAHO is an independent hospital requested by MCH, was conducted auditing organization governed by by a team of survey specialists. The appointees of the American College team included health care pro- of Surgeons, American College of fessionals specially trained to Physicians, American Dental evaluate hospitals. Association, American Hospital "lt was gratifying to receive the Association, and the American maximum JCAHO accreditation Medical Association. award again," said Aragon. Homes in McMinnville. Best Quality, Lowest Prices rvI • 17 years same/ocat!on Where Hwy. ggw & 18 meet STOP SMOKING NOW- THE BEST RESOLUTION. For the New Year! Call Stop Smoking Program 434-651S orMore Informo.on libel Speidel Idents are a beautiful place to put your feelings into words for Valentine's Day ... and for all year long. Available in a variety of styles, including the one to fit your own sweet- hearts special style. Come in today and put your feelings into words. tt ~ The Full Service Jeweler 1301 N. 99W, McMinnville Town Center 472-4442 / D In support of the American Cancer Society's campaign to increase the detection of breast cancer, McMinnville Community Hospital will offer a 20% discount on all mammograms during the month of February. The low price of $44.00 includes the radiologist's interpretation. All women may take advantage of this special program, regardless of age. No physician refer- ral is necessary. Evening appointments are available upon request. Call 472-6131, ext. 265 to schedule an appoint- ment. 603 South Baker Street, McMinnville, OR 97128 • 472-6131 • Major Credit Cards acceptcd i