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crackdown told sheriff's deputies drunk drivers. Leinenbach told the last week that iWho work in the city are traffic stops in an drunk drivers. a lot of traffic warn- in Sheridan last said. The warn- ntostly for mechanical as faulty tail lights, he the deputies are also looking for DUI (driving under the influence) motorists. Councilor Bob White praised the sheriff department's crackdown on drunk drivers. "I personally like that," he said of the number of warnings being issued in town. The sheriff's staff issued 81 traf- fic warnings and 18 citations in Sheridan last month. Deputies also arrested five people on felony charges and seven on misdemeanor offenses. SWEET & RIPE NECI?ARINES Honor Society dinner at SHS The Rotary held its annual National Honor Society dinner Monday night to induct the new members into the Honor Society at Sheridan High School. The induction ceremony was con- ducted by Gary Mahe, advisor, and Katie Mahe, president of the society. Members must have a grade point average of 3.5 and must be at least a sophomore. New members inducted were Amy Castor, Hope Carson, Shannon Dill, Brenda Mahe, Amy 1 LB SNOW WHITE MUSHROOMS s159 GREAT FRIED OR BAKED WITH PARMESAN CHEESEt EGG PLANT ........................................................... 69 FRESH GREEN SPINACH ............................... 20000cJ1 SPRINGTIME  FL()WER BOUQUETS On our Grocery Specials/ FAMILY OR WHEAT 00i'I'AR KIST TIlNA 6-I/20Z CAN OIL OR WATER PACK I NABISCO SALTINE C00CKERS 9 SAVE A IX Overholser, Tanya Ogg, Cory Rahn and Amber Reid. Senior Honor Society member presentations were made to Amy Heffernan, Karie Mahe, Chad Ranes, Jeremy White and Noma Wilcken. Members present at the induction were Karie Mahe, president; Chad Ranes, vice-president; Kim Saun- ders, secretary/treasurer; Amy Hef- feman, Chris Ridgeway, Carla Rod- ney, Jeremy Whim, Noma Wilcken, and Wendy Woodcock. Wednesday, February 27, 1991, The Sun 9 FRESH, GREEN By Myrt Barber.: 876-2842 Mark your calendars March 8-9 for the W'fllamina Civic Club's spring rummage sale at the Senior Drop-In Cenmr The hours will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with bargains on dozens of household and Sm'prise items, clean clothing and goodies served from the kitchen. The Willamina lilmuT has to curtail some of its hours due to the . FINEST gUAF. TY' GREAT . PRICES! BROCCOLI :!!!i Frozen Food Specials ' WESTERN FAMILY REG., MORE PULP ORANGE a., shortage of volunteers. Library hours are now from 10 a.m. to 4 pJn. Mondays, "lhesdays and Thurs- days and from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursdays. It is dosed on Wednes- days and Saturdays. Get well wishes to Kenneth Lam- son who was still in the McMinn- ville hospital this past week under- going surgeries, according to family members. The next regular meeting for the Willamina Civic Club will be Mon- day, March 4, at 1:30 p.m. in the Senior Drop-In Center off Main on B StreeL One hundred persons from Yam- hill, Marion and Polk counties par- ticipated in "Learning for Fun Day" Friday, according to coordinator, Mary Lou Lovelady of Independ- ence. The event took place at the fair- grounds in Rickreall with the Polk County Home Extension Council, study group members and Fran Zwicker, district director from Sa- lem, assisting Lovelady. Classes ranged from sewing, mi- crowave cooking to landscaping. The mop doll and sweatshirt classes proved very popular, as did the antique comer where imms were brought for observation and some- times appraisal by an antique dealer. Participants are already request- ing classes they want to take next year, according to evaluation sheets turned in. Here it is, the last week of Nation- al Snack Food Week and I just found out about it. 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DUNCAN HINES .E $I.001 SWANSON 28 OZ BOX 59: FROSTING ................................. 99 FRIED CHICKEN ....... S329 LB SWANSON 15.5-20.50Z Equipment loan prompts ire of Sheridan council By George Robertson Ed/tor, The Sun An agreement that allows the City of Willamina to use some equip- ment owned by the City of Sheridan drew the ire of a Sheridan council- man last week. Councilor Les DeHart said it's up to the city manager or city council to authorize agreements between the two cities. The agreement DeHart criticized ;allows Willamina to u an atmos- pheric tester, a tripod and hoist and a retrieval harness until that city "can budget funds to purchase their own equipment." The agreement was signed by Lonnie Hinchcliff, Sheridan public works superinten- dent, and Wayne Riccetti, Willa- mina's public works supervisor. The agreement was defended by Councilor Bob White who compli- mented Hinchcliff "on the spirit of cooperation" between the two towns and the fact it was put in writing. But Councilor Russ Lambert expressed concern the agreement says Willamina can use Sheridan's equipment until it has enough money to buy its own. "That may he never," Lambert said. DeHart said such agreements should be signed by Bruce Peet, city manager, and approved by the city council. DeI-lart added that Willa- mina might like to borrow Sheri- dan's street sweeper next and com- plained the agreement does not allow Sheridan to borrow any of Willamina's equipment. "The patrons of Sheridan are paying for this (equipmen0," DeHart noted. In his own defense, Hinchcliff said he was concerned that Willa- mina needed the equipment and point! out that the city has tradi- tionally helped out other govern- menial agencies. Walt Gowell, city attorney, explained that police agencies and fire departments have mutual aid agreements while public works staff have operated on informal arrange- ments for emergencies. If another city is using Sberidan's equipment on a regular basis, however, then Sheridan should receive some pay- ment and it should be authorized by the city council. Gowell suggested the council dis- cuss the issue again at its second goal-setting session this month. DeI-Iatt also urged the council to request again a complete inventory of public works equipment and review whether some of it should be sold rather than repairing iL Historical society meets The Yamhill County Historical Society's March potluck meeting will be held in Carlton at the First Baptist Church, 546 W. Main, at noon Monday, March 11. Marie Asplund and Rev. Sid John- son will discuss the history of that church in which the meeting is to be held, according to program chair- man Barbara Knutson.