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Wednesday, March 30, 1994, The Sun 5 WILLAMINA SCHOOLS BREAKFAST MENUS Monday: Choice of cereal, peach- es Tuesday: Pancakes, sausage, juice Wednesday: Combo bar, fruit Thursday: Bagel OR cereal, juice Friday: French toast, syrup, fruit WILLAMINA SCHOOLS LUNCH MENUS Monday: Toasted cheese sand- wich, soup, fruit roll-up, peaches Tuesday: Pizza, tossed salad, blackberry cobbler Wednesday: Corn dog, tater tots, ketchup, pears, carrot & celery sticks Thursday: Chicken patty, potatoes & gravy, green beans, pineapple, roll Friday: Deli sandwich, chips, fresh fruit, applesauce cake SHERIDAN SCHOOLS BREAKFAST MENUS Monday: Muffin, applesauce Tuesday: Cereal, cheese, juice Wednesday: Cinnamon roll, juice Thursday: Belgian waffle, straw- berries Friday:Pancakes w/blueberry topping SHERIDAN SCHOOLS LUNCH MENUS Monday: Soft tacos, refried beans, OJ $ Arlie Lee Button Arlie Lee Button, 69, of Willa- mine, died March 24. He was born Oct. 15, 1924 in Flagler, Colo., and moved in 1929 to Oregon. He served in the Army Air Corps after graduating from school in Marshfield and then worked in the woods in Coos County. He moved to California in the 1950s to join the Santa Fe Springs Fire Department. In 1970, he moved to Olympia, Wash., and worked on a dairy farm until 1975. He moved to Wiilamina in 1976 and worked as a school bus driver. He was a member of the Ameri- can Legion Post No. 75 of Sheridan and volunteered for many years as a Little League umpire. Survivors include his wife, Cyn- thia; sons, Michael D. of Amity and David A. of Arlington, Wash.; brothers, Howard, Archie, Arthur, George and Freeman, all of Coos Bay; sisters, Jessie Mayer of Coos Bay and Irene Porter of Colorado; and one grandson. Services were held Saturday at : Verosol Shades Duette Shades l l]ai Hl Mini Blinds l llP]iiI!ll 25-30% Wallcoverings Sanitas Waverly Warner pumpkin bread, orange smiles Buck Hollow Cemetery. Arrange- Tuesday: Sloppy joe/bun, green Potholes like this one on Ballston Road should be a thing of the past if Yamhill County ments were made by Adamson's The beans, animal crackers, apple freeze commissioners name the road the No. 1 street project for the next year. Commissioner Dennis Sheridan Funeral Home. Paper Place Wednesday: Shepherd s pie, bis- Goecks says the heavily travelled road between Sheridan and Ballston is expected to be A c,.,,. cuits, vegetable sticks, broccoli, given the top ranking in the 1994-95 budget.--Photo by Corinne Ivey. Christy enlists ,,,, Pudding memnnvb Thursday: Pizza burger, salad, Pears, juice bar John W. Christy, son of Dan and472-2762 Friday: Brunch/Bagel w/cream r Beth Christy of Sheridan, has cheese, sausage, strawberries, juice enlisted in the U.S. Army s Delayed GRAND RONDE Entry Program and will report for [ Self.Inking Rubber Stamps [ BREAKFAST MENUS active duty on April 13. priced from only $9.75 I I Monday: Cheese toast, fruit Christy attended Western Culin-THE SUN ... 843-2312. Tuesday: Egg, Canadian bacon, fruit Wednesday: No breakfast Thursday: Cereal, toast, juice Friday: Breakfast bar, fruit GRAND RONDE LUNCH MENUS Monday: Macaroni & hamburger, green beans, fruit, bread & butter Tuesday: Corn dog, French fries, fruit Wednesday: Brunch/Pizza, carrot Sticks, fruit, juice Thursday: Tacos w/cheese & let- tuce, carrot sticks, fruit & Jello Friday: Wild rice, chicken soup, P-nut butter sandwich, fruit Milk is served with all school meals. ior menus SENIOR LUNCH MENUS Monday: Orange juice, hot beef 'n I .vy over potatoes, tuna loaf, , l)P d potatoes & cream sauce, carrots, cracked wheat ' ead, almond cookie 'TUesday: Grape juice, scalloped tatoes w/turkey ham, chicken trazzini, baby Lima beans, carrot pineapple salad, whole wheat ad, prune bar Wednesday. V-8 juice, western stew, liver & onions & gravy, .b ed potato & topping, garden sa d, dinner roll, cherry cobbler - ursday: Apple juice, Italian chicken quarter, porcupine eatballs, Delmonico potatoes, per- teCtion salad mold, rye bread, lemon PUdding k_Friday: Pineapple juice, beef cab- bake, kielh'asa sausage & mus- parsley boiled potatoes, arned spinach, French bread, peaches fhe Mid-Willamette Valley Senior . iees Agency offers noon meals ~ll . . . u Sheridan at the Amerwan Legmn ,all, 125 N. Bridge Street. ~eals are served at 12 noon oT~.ay through Friday. Anyone 60 _ OVer and their spouse is welcome efellowship and a hot, nutritional QI. Willamina FFA attended the 66th The chapter also received second annual State FFA Convention in place in the News Reporting contest Corvallis held March 18-21. for their good work in presenting the Students attending were Jason FFA to the public. Propes, Tom Barker, Micah Dickey, Mr. Whitman and Mr. Coleman Jeramiah Johnson, Daniel Reid, Jus- won the Log Sawing contest. tin Lehner, Kristine Reid, Heidi Van Modina Buckholtz, Michaeli Sant, Barbara Buckholtz, Modina Holsclaw, Kristine Reid and Heidi Buckholtz, Tony Newton, Michaeli Van Sant placed fourth in the Infor- Holsclaw, Terry Reed, Amber Little- mation contest. Modina Buckholtz john, Carrie Kirkham, Rhonda received a gold award and the others Kirkham, Cindie Hamilton and received silver certificates. Chris Michael. Barbara Buckholtz, Tom Barker The chapter received the Superior and Heidi Van Sant entered draw- Chapter award for being involved in ings in the Art About Agriculture a variety of activities. They also contest. received the Chapter Safety award Terry Reed won the district Poul- and the BOAC award. The safety try Proficiency award. She presently award was for promoting safety in has 12 laying hens and plans to the classroom and community. The expand in the future. BOAC award, Building Our Ameri- Chris Michael won the district can Communities, was received for Agriculture Processing Proficiency helping landscape the town sign and award and competed for the state helping with Oaken Hills park. proficiency award. He worked in a Willamina FFA members pose with banner they won for news reporting at week. From left are Justin Lehner, Barbara Buckholtz, Tonya Newton, Dan and Terry Reed.---Photo by Roy Whitman. a.ttme delivered meals are "4~able for home-bound seniors. th, nation of $1.50 is suggested for _~ meals. Advanced reservations feeqUired. For transportation or ary Institute. grass seed cleaning plant. Amber Littlejohn participated in the state Beef Proficiency award contest. She currently owns six beef cattle and plans on expanding in the future. Amber Little john, Terry Reed and Daniel Reid received the state FFA Degree. Amber Litlejohn has a beef project and works for her grand- father on the family farm. She is the daughter of Mike and Eileen Hois- claw. Terry Reed has numerous animal projects and is very involved in other activities in FFA. Harwood to join U.S. Army Annette M. Harwood, daughter of Linda Joplin of Sheridan, has enlisted in the U.S. Army's Delayed Entry Program and will report for active duty May 10. "J If you are approximately 35 years old, l- and have NEVER had a Mammogram, now is your opportunity! PHYSICIANS' MEDICAL CENTER is sponsoring a BASELINE Mammography special during the month of April :.. ...... ~ COST: 00 when paid at time of service Call today to schedule an appointmeng! PMC X-Ray: 434-4468 420 E. 5th St., McMinnville, OR Co-Sponsored by The American Cancer Society [.-. state convention last Reid, Carrie Kirkham II We stand behind our work. II We will go with you to an audit at no charge, although we cannot act as your legal representative. It's Why America Returns. McMinnville ... 1117 N. Adams .. 472-4596 information call 843-3165. 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