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I 8 The Sun, Wednesday, Februa_W 27, 1991 By Marc Danieis 843-3050 or 843-4141 Margaret Olson underwent major surgery at Emanuel Hospital in Portland Tuesday, returning home Friday. Frances Gregg, former Ballston resident and English teacher at Sheridan High School, is now living at Parkview Care Center on TerwiU- ger Avenue in Portland. She recently celebrated her 95th birthday and welcomes visits from her friends. Alice Clore, Elsa Simonson, Bet- ty Siplinger and Barbara Knutson of Mill Creek Home Extension study club and Joyce Shipman of the Sheridan group were guests at the alumhi luncheon in the Public Works Building in McMinnville on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Knutson attended the play, "Catch Me if You Can," at Pentacle on Saturday night. Richard Newberg, a graduate of Sheridan High School is a member of the cast. Marc Hostetler and his family were guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hostetler, over the weekend. Marc is with the Navy and stationed at Whidby Island, Wash. Kelsey Bucknell celebrated her first birthday on Friday evening even though her birthday was on Thurs- day. She was accompanied on Thursday by Craig Harrison of Port- land and Jim Bncknell of North Plain& Jim is grandpa of Kelsey. Marc Daniels was also there on Thursday. On Friday in attendance were Matt Bucknell, a student at OIT and his guest Danis Bazzy of Willamina. Also attending Friday were parents Tim and Sue Bucknell, her brother Jayce and her sister Myranda and her grandmother Bar- bara Bucknell. Her great-great- grandmother Neva Hundey, "I]mamy Sheland of Portland, her aunt Jen- nifer Barnett and daughter Axelle of Beaverton. There were four genera- tions of Huntleys in attendance. There could have been five genera- tions but Mr. and Mrs. Archie Watson were on vacation. There were three tables of play Friday afternoon at the Legion Hall with high score going to Elsa Si- monson and second going to Marc Daniels. Pinochle went to Marge Crowe and Ray Shaefer and Marge also received the door prize. There were tire tables of pinochle at the hall Saturday evening with high going to Laura Holdgrafer and second going to LuelM Daniels, Floy Blair and Marvin ,W'ln,,, were drawn for pinochle and Marge Crowe received the door prize. Laura Holdgrafer and Dorthea Watts got 1500 trump. Wilma Evans and IVlarge Crowe went to Reno Feb. 16, returning Feb. 20. Jean Evans from Corvallis visit- ed her morn, Wilma Evans, this past weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Guyton had some company here last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cox from Trout- dale  hem all day Sunday. Dan is Guyton's grandson. Also here Sunday were Ed Bloom and daugh- ter Gwen Cox from Portland. Mr. and Mrs. John Headrick and chil- dren of Salem were here on Satur- day. Mrs. Elsa Simonson's sister, Ann Shetlin of "Ihcoma, visited recently. Both of them celebrated their birth- days. Sheridan council to meet Mondays starting in April The Sheridan city council will meet on Monday nights starting in March or April. Mayor Val Adamson told the city council last week that switching the meetings from Tuesdays to Mondays will allow The Sun to publish council actions in the next edition. The council also agreed to meet twice a month in an effort to finish meetings earlier. Last Tuesday's meeting started at 7:30 p.m. and finished after midnight. It will require a change in the city's ordinance to begin meeting twice a month, according to Walt GoweU, city attorney. Adamson also asked the council to consider keeping city hall open from noon to I p.m. Bruce Peet, city manager, expressed reluctance to make the change and Councilor Les DeHart said he would oppose it if it would require adding more staff. In other action: City engineer: The council agreed to keep Pat Curran as city engineer but review his performance in six months. Adamson said he has heard com- plaints about the engineer but Coun- cilor Bob Jordan said the problems have been corrected. Peet pointed out that Curran knows the city's water and sewer systems, having worked with the city for several years. Nuisance complaint: The coun- cil agreed to take action to clean up property owned by Jim Schmitz, 726 Cherry Hill Rd. Schmitz argued that some of the items--including refrigerators and vehicles---am required for his business. Schmitz said he has cleaned up some of the property and fenced it. Schmitz failed to convince the council, however, and was given 10 days to comply with a court order or have the city do the cleanup and put a lien on his property for the cost. GRAND RONDE By Mickey Barber 879-5060 Wes and Lorraine Ashwell re- turned Wednesday from six weeks in Palm Springs, Calif., and Yuma, Ariz. They enjoyed the warm weather. Elwin and Edith Littlejohn spent the weekend in Olympia, Wash., visiting Elwin's brother Chester and sisters Ella Cupp and Rena Swanson and families. Roy and Joyce Zimbrick along with Dick and Violet Zimbrick returned Friday from a week in Mazatlan, Mexico. Vicki and Brian Bishop held a birthday party for their daughter Alexandm to celebrate her 5th birth- day Saturday. The Murphy family of Portland came and also visited Dick and Violet Zimbrick. Margaret Fischer returned Satur- day from four days in the hospital. She had a slight stroke. Her daugh- ter, Karen Sylvera of Salem, stayed with her Saturday night. Inez Tietjen entered Valley Com- munity Hospital in Dallas Saturday for possible gall bladder surgery. Retired pastor Verle Sputzman and his wife Verle have been staying with Pastor Hugo and Hazel Kreh- biel through February to help with the work at the Church in the Wildwood. Dennis and Sue Werth and family enjoyed the musical "Les Misera- bles" in Portland on Sunday. 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