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6 The Sun, Wednesday, April 3, 1991 G RON]3 8r By Sharon Palanuk 879-5661 The Grand Ronde Post Office is in the process of getting a new floor and complete new paint job. Also, the old post office boxes are being torn out and new key-lock boxes, without windows, are being put in, with more boxes being added. To the thief or thieves who came up my driveway a few nights ago and stole the back wheels and tires off my son-in-law's good pick-up, we all hope that you put the stolen items to a good use. But doesn't your conscious bother you a little bit? Clarence Wright traveled to the Hawaiian Islands and enjoyed all their beauty for a week. He returned home last Tuesday. Friday, will be a grading day for teachem--so, no school on Friday. The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde will hold a general council meeting on Sunday at 11:30 a.m. The meeting is informal and is open to the public. Remember, the tribal senior meal site located in the white house behind the new tribal center, is open for dinners, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, between noon and 1:30 Ixm. The dinners are open to anyone except children. There is no smoking and a $3 charge except for senior tribal members. Mickey Barber has come home after heart-valve replacement sur- gery at Providence Medical Center in Portland. Mickey stayed in the hospital for a week and then stayed with her sister Edith and Edith's husband Elwin Littlejohn for anoth- er five days. Now Mickey is in her own home again. Her son, Lee Baxter of Pleasant Hill, Calif. stayed for a few nights while he was on a business trip to Portland. St. Michael's Catholic Church has a new wheelchair ramp to go up to the main front doors. Also, a brand new, larger porch covering is being built onto the main entrance. Jerry, Jean and Leith Easterling drove to Creswell over the holiday to stay with Jean's sister and husband, the Rev. Norm and Barbara Few and their families. Rev. Few is pastor of the Presbyterian church. The Catholic Church was again the gathering place for the All Church "Sunrise Service" Easter morning. 6:30 a.m. was a little early for a lot of folks, but many partici- pated in the early morning service from most of the local churches they came to worship. Father Jim Crnni- can officiated. After tic ceremony a large delicious breakfast was served after which everyone went to their own individual churches. Man killed in head-on crash in Grand Ronde A Canadian man was killed and a Grand Ronde man hospitalized as a result of a head-on collision Friday night on Highway 18 near Grand Rondo Road. Dead at the scene was Young Sik Gregorio Choi, 54, of Surrey, B.C., Canada, according to Polk County Sheriff Ray Steele. Choi died when his eastbound 1982 Ford van was struck head-on about 11 p.m. by a 1981 Chevrolet Blazer driven by Leland T. Hofen- bredl, 18, of Grand Roude, Steele said. Hofenbredl's westbound vehicle crossed into Choi's lane, Steele said. Hofenbredl was transported by Willamina ambulance to McMinn- ville Community Hospital where he was treated for facial and eye injur- ies. He was released Sunday, the hospital said. No citations were issued. The accident was under investigation Monday, Steele said. Neither vehicle was carrying pus- sengers. Hofenbredl wore a seat belt. Open house set Saturday for Ft. Hill waitress "help ted." It very well could have been a notice like that Eunice Gustafson answered nearly 12 years ago when she applied for a job as a waitress at Fon Hill Restau- rant. She was hired and has worked ever since, never missing a day except for illness, family emergen- cies and the passing away of her husband, John. Eunice's experience as a waitress began long before this current job. She is well remembered as a fiesty waitress at both Wimws and Gille- spies in Valley Junction. Both places are long since gone, but Eunice, however, has kept busy with her job and with the Rebekah Lodge. We are all, both customers and co- workers, going to miss Eunice at Fort Hill. As a symbol of our appreciation to Eunice a retirement open-house will be held at the Grand Ronde Grade School from 6-8 p.m. Satur- day, April 6. We encourage all her customers and co-workers to come remember the "good old days" and help us officially retire Eunice. Finger foods and coffee will be served. SPOTS By Marc Daniels 843-3050 or 843-4141 There were two tables of pinochle at the American Legion Hall, Friday afternoon with high score going to Lou Mischief and second going to Elsa Simonson. Pinochle going to Alice Clore and Edith Huntley; the door prize was received by Alice Clore. There were five tables of play Saturday evening at the hall with high score going to Marc Daniels and second going to Marge Crowe. The names drawn for pinochle were Jean Evans and Elsa Simonson and Veola Bieker received the door prize. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Guyton had guests from Woodburn which were former neighbors in Alaska. They were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morton. Mrs. Guyton spent Tuesday through Saturday in Otis with Mary Dobler. The Sheridan Care Center had their annual brunch Friday after- noon with about 60 people in at- tendance. Phyllis John-posekany was the entertainment singing a couple songs. Sheridan Fire Reports March 25: NW Florenos Street, grease fire. No dollar loss. March 29: Move to McMinnville for standby. March 29: NE Yamhill Street, chimney fire. 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