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Y Floy Blair Swartzendruber on Mr. and Mrs. Dale and sons Rex and Pier and children and Michele of and Clara Yoder. The a birthday dinner Yoder and Michele gin Saturday to wish Mrs. a happy birthday were Donny Cranfield, Bob Lambert and son, George Breman, Tommy Cousins and children, Earl and Marie Lambert, and Mr. and Mrs. Charley Fey. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Moore of Anchorage, Alaska, arrived this week for a visit with Mrs. Moore's parents Mr. and Mrs. Howard Guyton. Guests Saturday were Mrs. Dan Cox and children and Athena Gross of Troutdale, who came to help Mrs. Guyton celebrate her birthday. Friends here of Marjorie Crowe will be glad to hear she has recuperated enough to be out of the hospital and is staying with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bailer at Canby. Relatives from here visiting her Sunday were Dorothy Bailer, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Prautt and Gertrude Dickey. Dick and Mary Ridgeway and friends Larry and Melva Weiss of Dallas were Lincoln City visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Nordling of Eugene were guests of her mother Mrs. Alice Brandt last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bufton of Jonesboro, Tenn., visited Mrs. Kenneth Knutson on Friday. Mrs. Bufton was the former Virginia Hillway and graduated from Sheridan High School. While in town they also visited with Arlene Miller. Kenneth Knutson and Dr. and Mrs. Jim Molloy were among the guests at a birthday party for Jon Holmquist in Stayton on Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Daniels spent 10 days during the recent cold spell at their place at Kernville on the Siletz River. Mrs. Daniels said it was so cold there was ice in the river. FIRST 1 WITH COUPON AND $10 ADDL. PURCI- GOOD THRU FEB. 21, 1989. VERY JUICY RED FLAME SEEDLESS IER FLAVOR! SWEET & FLAVORFUL LB LB (THOMPSON SEEDLESS GRAPES 79 CENTS/LB) Wednesday, February 15, 1989, The Sun 7 ROtCDE By Mickey Barber Local poet Clarence Wright has a new book published. Copies may be purchased at Haskey's book store and The Strawberry Patch. Wright was a winner of the Golden Poets award recently at the World of Poetry's Convention in Anaheim, Calif. Oops. Vaneta Buswell's name was left out of the group Judy Busweli 2 LB MEDIUM BABY LOAF HEE LARGE JUICY LB treated at the coast in January. Ann Lindberg is teaching ballet and jazz dance in a community education program at the grade schools in Salem. She is living in Salem and still has a few classes at college in order to graduate in June. Glennys Wright's family had a surprise birthday party for her at their home Feb. 4. There were 27 people there despite the weather. Among those attending were her brother from Redmond, an aunt from Scio and nephew and wife from Portland. The new minister for the Grand Ronde Methodist Church has been chosen. He is Bob Reynolds, a retired serviceman and former chaplain from Salem. He is also the minister for Falls City, so will have the Grand Ronde Church service at 9 a.m. each Sunday. We all wish to thank the drivers for "Meals on Wheels" who are driving in the snow and ice. In particular, Wes Shenk, Joyce Zimbrick, Linda Fink and Dick Shafer. Joan MeClary has to quit for lack of time. Euell Ogden has to quit at this time for health reasons. Other drivers are Shirley Jacobsen, Berneiece Soules, Virginia Larson and Mickey Barber. We need more drivers. If you could drive once a month, about an hour, please call me at 879-5060. Roy Zimbrick and Wes Shenk have been cutting and delivering wood to some people who need it in the area. It is good to see neighbors helping neighbors in this extreme weather. Dennis Werth came to Berneiece Soules's aid when she had a broken faucet. Mr. Hamel and Alexander Murray did the same for Virgie Brown. Eunice Gustafson returned home last Monday after visiting her aunt and uncle Leona and Carl Scog in Salem and her sister and husband Edna and Allen Nickell near Forest Grove. Her son Bob of Dallas is fixing her broken pipes and clearing her driveway. Glennys Coblentz, bride of Neal Hall was feted at two bridal showers recently. Glenny's aunt Pat Lux of Sheridan hosted a shower at their home on Jan. 28. About 40 attended. The women of the Christian Church in Willamina had a shower for Glennys at Kristi Williams home in Wiilamina on Feb. 1. :EG. $2.29 A LOT 32 OZ 2-LITER BOTTLE ;LASSIC, DIET OR SPRITE PLUS DEPOSIT BANQUET DILLS, KOSHERS, COUNTRY FRESH RUFFLES ASSORTED FLAVORS REG. $1.58 NALLEYS 46 OZ REG. $2.29 HEll 12 - 12 OZ CANS SAVE A LOT! FIRST 2, ADDL. 79 CENTS REG, LIGHT PLUS DEPOSIT WESTERN FAMILY F T Todd Coblentz, who has been with the army in West Germany, arrived home Jan. 13. Iva and Clarence Fuller of Roseburg visited their cousins Dick and Violet Zimbrick recently. They also visited Clarence's sister Vi Curl and family. Christina Littlejohn fell at school Thursday and broke her left arm and sprained her leg. Visitors at Dick and Phyllis Posekany's home last weekend were her son and grandchildren of Lake Oswego. Dee and Sue Werth had their first meeting for 4-H youngsters sewing class after school Thursday at the school. Nine youngsters are in the class, including two boys. Jude Lehner took a group of five boys to Oregon State Thursday where they attended an agricultural symposium. They returned Friday. Joe and Laura Fagundes's son Dora and friend Denice Oiler of Kona, Hawaii, visited them two weeks. They went to Portland for a couple days and returned home Sunday. Roy and Clara Tucker attended a baby shower for her niece Angel Burke in Salem Saturday. Ollie O'Leary had the flu but is feeling better now. Virginia Larson took Elizabeth Caligan to the Newberg hospital for tests on Friday. LBS FOR FRESH GREEN LBS FOR CLI P TOP EXTRA FANCY RED DELICIOUS LB TEXAS PINK FOR SHS WEIGHT WATCHERS grauua,e stars on Broadway ASSORTED 80Z FLAVORS HOMETOWN SUCCESS STORY "~\" ~-" A local graduate of Sheridan High ~~) School, Gary Barker, has achieved a noteworthy position in the entertain- ~~:/ ment world. He recently shared with Mrs. Fern Eberhart, his latest FO R success. Currently, he is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company and enjoying the starring role in the musical version of Victor Hugo's WESTERN FAMILY famous novel, "Les Miserables." 80Z PLAIN 10 OZ HUNGRY JACK MILD, KRAFT MEX, $, VELVEETA u.o..T... His role is that of Jean Val Jean, the main character. The Royal Shakespeare Company has established itself as one of the best theater companies in the world. It has its established parent theaters in Stratford-Upon-Avon and London. the American branch is under the auspices of Cameron Mclntosh and playing on broadway in New York. Other successes which Gary has enjoyed include "Me and My Girl," "On The Twentieth Century" (with Imogene Coca and Judy Kaye), "Evita" the Zurich Opera House and a New York premier of a Charles Straus Opera. Barker has most certainly joined the list of very successful graduates of Sheridan High School and I congratulate him for his honors. Fern Eberl~rt, Shedda.