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d II ,,y,,S,Smeetings Wednesday, March 8,1g8g, TheSun9 E ension Group Mar io Ellis on "cherries." Blackwell, Ruth Mishler, Amity Public Meet,.gs _ _. -----------i ~.~l~.~ he regular meeting Franssen gave the lesson on "New AliceClore. March 9: Planning committee, Myrtle Barber Women of the World lesson on ~:ffl~zlngwta~her and snow Sewing Notions- to Buy or Not to The March 8 lesson will be on 7:30p.m. 876-2842 Malawi, Africa. aa f Buy." Winning prizes were Ruth "lntergenerational Strengths." The March 13: Budget and finance HOME EXTENSION Margaret Lewis an Oregon State Mishler and Olive Thayer. leaders are EthelFranssenand committee, 6:30 p.m. Hands across the World was the University specialist who has ~ie~, Louise Blackwell. March 13: City Council, 7:30 p.m. theme for the District 3 meeting of recently visited Malawi and Kenya, ars'~ busme~ ,,~t,,o w~' ' Ethel Franssen and Dolores All meetings are held in City Hall. Oregon Extension Homemakers presented slides, artifacts and an ;u~hyParneiiw~ndM~oali~lE!i~i Vinson were the volunteers for the The next meeting will be at 10 March 8: School board, 8 p.m. in Council on Friday at the Public works interesting African culture lesson to month of February at the Goldentoday at thehome of Ethel Franssen, school district office, building in McMinnville. Study the65 women in attendance. com~_ Alice Clore from the Kitchen. 320 Willamina Dr., in Willamina. ~unt ExtensionHome Members are to bring their table [ NEED COPIES? ONLY 15 CEWI'S group members, officers and county Lynda Nyseth, president of the ~layS ][e~u y " Those attending the meeting were service and a sandwich. Hostess will ] Tile SUN council members met in the morning Yamhill County council, represented lay f-uuneil. . with leaders-teachers for an the host county and gave the )Pener" was given bv Olive Thayer, Ethel Franssen, provide soup. [ 249S. BridgeSt., Sheridan International Associated Country welcome and introductions. Martha Lambert, an Extension ED 5 LB BAG B,50Z CAN REG. OR DI ET BETTY CROCKER OZ family life specialist from Washing- ton State University, gave a communication during conflict presentation. Guest speakers after the catered luncheon were Frances Zwicker, OEHC District 3 director for Marion, Polk and Yamhill Counties, and Lois Goering, a home economics program leader from OSU. Vanita Wooden and Eleanor Jensen attended the High Fever Follies at the Elsinore Theater in Salem Friday night after dining out. The Buell Grange is offering low impact exercise classes for both men and women at 7 p.m. Monday and Friday evenings and women's only classes Tuesdays and Fridays at 10 a.m. Anyone interested may contact Gordon Lucas, 843-3451. The monthly meeting of the local AARP (American Association of Retired Persons) will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Senior Drop-In Center in Willamina. 2-LITER BOTTLE 18.25 OZ ASSORTED FLAVORS A recent visitor at Gertrude Dickleys home was Les Jensen of Salem who has retired from the Air Force. He reported on Gertrude's grandson and Myrna George's son, Jerry George, who is an Air Force mechanic stationed in Okinawa. Jensen and George have served in the Air Force together in that area for several years. ;heriff's reports BUMBLE BEE OIL OR WATER PACK NABISCO DOUBLE-STUFF RED RIPE A TASTY TROPICAL TREAT FOR SAVE SAVE A LOT! A LOT 10.50Z PLUS DEPOSIT WESTERN FAMILY 2-PLY 4-ROLL PKG. WESTERN FAMILY FOR GREAT STEAM ED WITH BUTTER 5 LB BAG EA SNOW'S CHOPPED, MINCED 6.50Z SAVE A LOT! WESTERN FAMILY FOR NER BIRDSEYE SAVE A LOTI. REG. $1.59 12 OZ TOTINO'S PIZZA 10 OZ ASSORTED .I.VA.~,,-I,E.T!,E.s. ...... 19 SENECA GRAPE OR APPLE Jig 12 BREYER'S l ',REAM ......... ,f,@ SHERIFF'S REPORTS Grand Ronde March 3: Motor vehicle accident reported on Highway 22 near mile- post 12 at 3:30 a.m. Vehicle(s) in- volved left the scene before deputy arrived. Willamina Feb. 28: Assisted Allied Recovery in the repossession of a 1981 red pickup truck from a residence on Fort Hill Road at 11:33 p.m. March 2: Motor vehicle accident reported on Highway 18B at 6:33 a.m. No one was reported injured. Sheridan Feb. 28: Arrested a Sheridan juve- nile on a charge of criminal trespass at 8:44 a.m. The juvenile drove a pickup truck into the sidewall of one of the city's sewage lagoons on Schatz Road and damaged it. March 1: Damage was reported to a vehicle parked near a residence on Canyon Road at 7:52 a.m. No arrest was made. March 1: A report of illegal gar- bage dumping near a residence on Highway 18 at 10:23 a.m. No one was arrested. March 1: Troy Michael Himmel- spach, 20, of Amity was arrested at a Tucker Road home on a circuit court warrant charging him with the pos- session of a controlled substance. He was taken to the county jail. The ar- rest occurred at 4:54 p.m. March 1: Don Dwayne Hinds, 29, of 11200 Gopher Valley Rd. was ar- rested at his residence on a district court warrant charging him with five counts of negotiating a bad check. He was taken to county jail. The ar- rest occurred at 7:33 p.m. March 2: Assisted a man who was waving down traffic because his pickup ran out of gas on Ballston Road near the federal prison site at 5:14 a.m. March 2: Damage reported to ve- hicle parked near residence on Southeast Sheridan Road at 1:32 p.m. No arrest was made. March 3: A suspicious man was re- ported at Pine Tree Patio restaurant, 1210 Hwy 18, at 12:10 p.m. March 3: Responded to a false alarm at a residence on Gilbert Creek Road at 1:41 p.m. March 4: Gave a motorist whose car broke down a ride to his Amity home at 3:55 a.m. March 5: A suspicious man was re- ported on South Bridge Street at 10:24 a.m. The man said he was from Los Angeles. March 5: Received a complaint of a cow being in the yard of a resi- dence on Beaver Creek Road at 7:15 p.m. March 5: Received a reckless driving complaint in front of Pleasant Hill Road residence at 4:05 p.m. Timber theft leads to arrest The theft of cedar from U.S. Forest Service lands by a Tillamook County resident has resulted in restitution and community service. Richard L. Himes Jr., 28, was arrested on theft charges after admitting to Siuslaw National Forest special agents his involvement in the unauthorized removal of cedar bolts from two cedar salvage sales administered by the U.S. Forest Service, Hebo Ranger District. The thefts occurred in Lincoln and Tillamook Counties between August 1988 and January 1989. 1