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WEEK OF FEB. 14 THRU 20 10 The Sun, Thursday, February 14, 1980 Lumbe Harvey Myers Harvey Orlando Myers, 63, a former Willamina resident, died Feb. 10 in Coos Bay Hospital. Mr. Myers lived in Willamina since 1938, moving to Port Orford, Ore., in the mid 1960s. He worked at the U.S. Plywood plant and served on the board of directors for the plant. Survivors include his wife, Loleta; three dau- ghters, Jackie Dees of Adak, Alaska, Judy Baker and Julie Myers, both of Coos Bay; five grandchildren; and two sisters, Dorothy Macken of Dallas and Bonita Bare of Willamina. Services are scheduled for Friday at 2 p.m. at the Lutheran Church in Port Orford. Interment will be held in Port Orford Cemetery. Me- morials may be made to the American Cancer Society. Sunday bowling won lost 1. Mishlers' Wreck, 204 2. Olsens' Body Shop 18 6 3. All Athletic Tramp. 15 9 4. Coast Range Ply. 15 9 10 10 11 11 11 11 13 14 16 16 19 22 5. Three Way 14 6. Shakey's 14 7. Champion Int. 13 8. Pay Less 13 9. Flower Basket 13 10. Huntley Ins. 13 11. Sunshine Dairy 11 12. Rex Homes 10 13. Farmers' Market 8 14. #8 8 15. Jake's Dell 5 16. Willamina Drug 2 High women series-Joy Sause -512; high womens game-Joy Sause:206; high men series- Ernie Schultz-579; high men games-Ernie Schultz-216; Bob Murrow-211; Rob Allen-207; Lee Bodkin and Les Baker-203; Jim Marshall-200; splits picked-Judy Seger-5-10; Ken Burgener-5-7; Judy Mishler-3- I0; Brian Thomas and Louise Smith-3-10; Ginger Allen and Geoff Smith-5-10: Dean Washburn-4-10. Public meetings Sheddan Feb. 19-The Police Com- mission, 6:40 p.m., council chambers. City council, 7:30 p.m.', council chambers. Feb. 20-School Board, 8 p.m., Faulconer School. Feb. 21-West Main property owners public meeting, 7:30 ,p.m., council chambers. Feb. 2S-Library Board, 7:30 p.m., library conference room. Feb. 26-Park Committee, 7:30 p.m., library conference room. Feb. 27-Sheridan Fire Dis- trict, 7:30 p.m.. council chambers. Willmina Feb. 20-Utility Committee, 7:30 p.m., City Hall. Feb. 25-School board, 7:30 p.m., Willamina High School. Feb. 2B-City council, 7:30 p.m., City Hall. Sheridan fire Feb. 8-Bruce Williams of Sherman Street reported a chimney fire. ! irm o ge Willamina Lumber Co. received approval for the construction of a private bridge to connect the company's log storage area on the west side of the Yamhill River with the east side mill at a Monday night public hearing. The county hearings officer granted approval with the recommenda- tion that either culverts be installed on the west side of the bridge ap- proach or the road approaching the bridge be reduced to ground level to reduce any potential increase in flood hazard or area damage by floods. The bridge will be constructed with condi- tional use/floodplain permit in an area desig- noted agriculture/fores- try large holding and heavy industrial on the comprehensive plan map. The Willamina - Grand Ronde Planning Advi- sory Committee had re- commended that the permit be granted at a Feb. 6 meeting. The committee also recommended that a request by Alice Propes for Clifford Kiess for a minimum lot size vari- ance to permit use of an existing one acre parcel as a residential dwelling site be granted. The committee also re- commended approval of a conditional use permit allowing placement of a mobile home in an area designated "Commercial Forestry F-40. 7th rode girls win two By Karen Robertson Chapman's 7th grade girls team defeated Yamhill on Feb. 5 by a score of 35 to 22. The top scorer for the team was Missy Welch with 26 points. Chapman's 8th grade girls team was defeated by Yamhill on Feb. 5 by a score of 21 to 35. The top scorer for the team was Christy Hef- fernan with 11 points. Chapman's 7th grade girls team defeated Day- ton on Feb. 8 by a score of 34 to 29. The top scorers for the team were Missy Welch and Kim Paredez both with 14 points. Chapman's 8th grade girls team was defeated by Dayton on Feb. 8 by a score of 23 to 45. The top scorer for the team was Jami Bainter with 8 points. TITLE I MEETING The Willamina District 30J Title I Parent Advisory Committee meeting has been postponed from Feb. 14 to Feb. 28. Guest speaker will be Kim Kay Sports schedules Chapman School Feb, 8-Wrestling at Yam- hill. 4 p.m. Feb. IS-Girls basketball at Banks. 4 p.m. Wrestling at Sheridan, 4 p. rn. Feb. lq-Girls basketball at Carlton. 4 p.m. Sheridan High School Feb. IS-Boys basketball at Scio. 5:30 p.m. Feb, 16-Freshma11 basket- ball Tournament at Newport, 1 p.m. Wrestling Tri-River Confer- ence Meet at Colton, l p.m. Feb. 18-Freshman basket- ball with Santiam, 5:30 p.m. Girls basketball at Santiam, 5:30 p.m. Feb. 1 q-Wrestling at Warrenton. 7 p.m. Boys basketball with Salltiam, 5:30 p.m. Feb. 21-Freshman basket- ball with Kennedy, 5:30 p.m. Girls basketball at Kennedy, 5:30 p.m. Willamina Junior High Feb. 1S-Girls' basketball with N. Markm, 4:30 p.m. Wrestling at Sheridan. 4:30 p. Ill. Feb. |9-Girls basketball with YamhiII, 4:30 p.m. Willamina High School Feb. 14-Girls basketball with N. Marion, 6 p.m. Freshman basketball at N. Marion, 6 p.m. Feb. 15-Varsity basketball at Jefferson. 6 p.m. Wrestling at Dayton. 6:30 p.nl. Feb. 16-Wrestlillg at Philo- math. I I a.m. Feb. 18-Girls basketball at Ncstucca, 6 p.m. Freshman basketball with Nestucca, 6 p.m. Feb, 19-Varsity basketball with Sherwood, 6 p.m. Wrestling with Scappose at Wiliamina, 4 p.m. Feb. 21-Freshman basket- ball with CentraI-Linn, 6 p.m. I'NrI'EI) S'I',tTI'] S ()P A}i E ! 1 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 bonus. All in all, a pretty good way to take some of the sting out of inflation. You earn at Bank of Oregon 0, Annual rate Aurora Colony * Brooks * Canby * Hubbard denninga Lodge * Mt. Angel North Salem St. Paul Sheridan * Sherwood Silverton - Stayton Weet Linn Woodburn Based on $ tO.O I0 (depose plus cash bonus) deDostted for 182 days Federal regulations prohibit com- pounding ot Interest on these certifi- cotes during term of deposit and re- quire suO stanOal interest penalty tot early wttnclrawag Rates Sublect to change at renewal Member FDtC 125 E. Main St. [ruJ Norma Hebert, Broker 843-3055 days 843-3038 eves LOCATION Willamina $39,300 HOMES In mint condition; new kitchen & appliances, never been used; new carpets, new furnace. OWNER TERMS. Sheridan $75,000 1.5 acres, beautiful view of valley & mts., immaculate 3 B.R., 2 bath rec. room, pool table included, excellent shop. Sheridan $82,500 3 B.R., 12/3 bath, 3 plus acres with a panoramic view. OWNER TERMS. Red Prairie $120,9O0 ACREAGES 33.5 acres, class 1, 11, & 111 soils; nice 4 B.R. home & a 2 B.R. mobile home with separate septic. OWNER TERMS. Rock Creek $43,000 10 plus acres with pastoral view. 41/2 ac. cultivated. Beautiful slope; septic approval for 2 B.R. home. Valley Junction BUSINESS 8 rental units & office with adjoining 2 B.R. apt. On 1.29 ac. zoned Commercial-General. West Main $66,700 Home, shop, warehouse & storage shed. Great opportunity for family business. number one...because we care!" 711 West Main Sheridan, Oregon 973 Jean Allen-Broker 843-3803 or 876-52A4 WHY PAY RENT? When you can comfortable 2 bdrm. home with room inI expand. Permanent siding for easy Room for the gardener, good location, carry contract, price $28,500. DOLLAR STRETCHER-.This home has new kitchen with built-in china cu bedrooms down, 3 rooms up, 11/2 steal for you home shoppers. Price DROP YOUR REINS PODNER! 10 acreSP and wooded, large barn, 2 bedroom priced at $49,500. 142 S.E SHERIDAN 843 MAY WE HELP YOU SELL YOURS? LISTINGS NEEDED. We have the there is a need for homes in Willamina and Sheridan. We will be give you a free market valuation. Call or. our office. 2 BEDROOM HOME in Willamina. value. Neat and clean. Lg. lot. Owner contract. $23,500. BEST WESTERN REAL ESTATE, INC, 1910 S. Nwy 99W, McMinnville REALTOR E4 Fester IIOKEII 472-4852 !1 wE.AvE A w'N"ER"'ce 2 year ' dup'ex JI custom built, has possibility of being a triplex, good condition, landscaped, 2 fireplaces, $79,500. Willamina. 3 BEDROOM HOME. Lg. liv. rm., di Roomy kitchen with nook. This home remodeled and is sure to please your $44,000. Bob Jordan "Your 843-2133 Professionals Broker In Real Estate" BIG OAK REALTY 819 N. 99W McMINNVILLE 472-9526 REALTOR" HAVE A MOBILE - AND NEED At We've got a lot along with a 2 bedroom excellent condition that you can Fantastic location with water and Find out the details on this one. $25 50 ACRES .... With a panoramic view. 2 septic sites from. Excellent cattle grounds with Newly fenced and partially wooded. carry contract. $110,000. I[NEW YEARS SPECIAL. Owner transferred out of state. Comfortable 3 bedroom, 2 level home, 11/2 baths with large living room. 3 years old. New residential area. $47,000. Willamina. CT660 "II WILLAMINA 876-; SHERIDAN 843-4411 EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY Member Polk County Multiple Listing _ LET'S MAKE A DEAL! Nice 3 bedroom home ALICE PROPES, Broker 623-9385 on a corner lot. Yard is fenced in and KEN FLOWERS, Assoc. broker 843.27.N .t b landscaped. Double car garage with automatic door opener. 1-year-old home with fireplace. Office Hours - 9:30to5:30 f TR-E.E.S pasture b'mation. :1,: " bl ..... . ~ deled horne-d .$-7" r er. BEDROOM HOME, fenced 'b2ckY o, seclusion. $37,500. - 13.380. 4 BEDROOM HOME, barn, fenced wooded with pasture. "557,50"0. -Contr L available. [ i b, NEW YEAR-NEW HOME. This 5-year-old 2 13 RIVER bedroom home on 1.4 acres borders Yamhill com ome, od'ec ,' oodl ffba River. Pretty setting with a few large fir trees. Can Co-t-', . n rac=t terfflll ts,p Oversized front room and family room. City water. Near Grand Reade, $47,000. CT655 LOVELY 3 BEDROOM home in new sU4r if ,n garage ly room. IVIUF , W !! e , appreciate. $49,500."' IEL-' " Shol ~ s..,o.. ;*:::: ......... reen,O& Z II I Ill I