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Local school lunch menus WILLAMINA SCHOOLS BREAKFAST MENUS Monday: Choice of cereal, peach- Pancakes, sausage, juice Wednesday: Combo bar, fruit Thursday: Bagel OR cereal, juice Friday: French toast, syrup, fruit WILLAM1NA SCHOOLS LUNCH MENUS Monday: Cheeseburger, fries & pineapple, pickles Tuna sandwich, chips, carrots & celery Wednesday: Lasagna, buttered peaches, garlic bread Burrito, tossed salad, bread & butter Friday: Chicken patti on a bun, beans, fruit cocktail SHERIDAN SCHOOLS BREAKFAST MENUS I: Cereal, sunflower seeds, Tuesday: Scrambled eggs, hash ham Wednesday: Cook's choice Waffle sticks, juice Cereal, cheese, peaches SHERIDAN SCHOOLS LUNCH MENUS t: Macaroni & cheese, mixed vegetables, rolls, fresh ~: Hamburger w/trim- tater tots, pears Chicken, Duchess rolls, cherry crisp : Hamburger gravy over beans, rolls, peaches t: Brunch/Belgian waffle, juice, blackberries GRAND RONDE BREAKFAST MENUS .Monday: Sausage, hash brown, "ruesday: Breakfast pizza, fruit 9ednesday: Muffin, cheese stick, ]'hursday: Cereal, toast, fruit l~riday: Egg, sausage, fruit GRAND RONDE LUNCH MENUS Hamburger, French fruit Fish square, hash fruit, bread & butter f: Hot dog w/ketchup, corn, fruit Spaghetti w/cheese, beans, fruit, garlic bread Tomato soup, tuna sand- fruit is served with all school meals. Anderson Gallery exhibits paintings The Anderson Gallery in McMinnville will feature the new paintings of Oregon artists Jenny and Douglas Campbell Smith on April 2-30. The husband and wife team has produced a collection of abstracted landscapes and simplified forms that play off one another's palette. Douglas Campbell Smith has long been known for his strong sense of feel for Oregon. His work reflects a recent trip to the Greek islands. Jenny Smith enhances the show with her full-blown fields of color and shapes that energize and excite even the steadfast viewer. Linfield presents Shakespeare play The work of William Shakespeare will return to the Linfield College stage for the first time in 15 years when the comedy, A Midsummer Night's Dream, is presented May 5-7 and 11-14 in the Pioneer Thea- fie. The tale crosses the upcoming wedding festivities of Theseus, duke of Athens, and his bride-to-be, Hip- polyta, queen of the Amazons, with the tangled romances of two pairs of Athenian lovers and the theatrical aspirations of a bumbling troupe of Athenian rustics. All ends happily on the wedding night, as the rustics present a play to the amusement of everyone. The box office opens April 25. For more information, call 434- 2292. Acoustic group to playat Linfield The acoustic instrument group, Point No Point, will present a con- cert at 8 p.m. Friday in Melrose Auditorium at Linfield College. The concert, which is free and open to the public, is sponsored by the Linfieid activities board. Point No Point performs rhythm and blues, jazz improvisation, rock and roll and folk music. They have played in clubs, festivals and col- leges throughout the Northwest and recently released a compact disc, Stick Figures. Linfield museum exhibit begins "A Day in the Life of a Tarahum- ara Woman" will be the focus of an exhibit which goes on display April 4-May 27 in the Anthropology Museum at Linfield College. The exhibit focuses on the life of one woman of the Tarahumara tribe in the Copper Canyon region of Northern Mexico. The exhibit will include photos of the daily life of one woman in the tribe as well as a reproduction, built of wood and rocks, of a typical kitchen used by the woman. Artifacts including pottery, bas- kets and blankets as well as a dress, will be included in the exhibit. The photographs and artifacts were col- lected by Violeta Ramsey. The museum is located on the main floor of Walker Hall along Linfieid Avenue on the McMirm- ville campus. Hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Art, wine auction planned in Mac The third annual Yamhill County Art and Wine Auction will be held Saturday, April 16. This art and wine auction, spon- sored by the Rotary Club of McMinnville, will be held in the Community Center, 600 N Evans St., McMinnville. A wine tasting and silent auction, accompanied by chamber music, will begin at 6 p.m. with hors d'oeuvres prepared by Yamhili County restaurants. The auction will start at 8 p.m. Serving hor d'oeuvres are Nick's Italian Cafe, Augustine's, Sir Hinkleman--A Restaurant, Gol- den Valley Brewery and Pub, Roger's Seafood and Cornerstone Coffee, all from McMinnville. In addition, Tina's in Dundee and Ixtapa Restaurant in Newberg will be serving their specialties. For the third consecutive year, local Northwest artists represented by Lawrence Gallery, Sheridan, will donate their work. Original oils, watercolors, metal sculptures, etch- ings and pottery will highlight this year's art items. Some of the artists am Gary Butler, Sandy; Jani Hoberg, Eugene; Lee Kitzmann, Philomath; Gary and Brent Lawrence, Willamina; Jerry Polari, Corvallis; Ann Rutan, Lake Oswego; and Shannon Ray, Sheridan. Tim Tyler, a McMinnville artist, will paint a still life oil during the evening with the proceeds from this painting earmarked for an art scholarship for a graduating high school senior. Among local wineries and vine- yards at this year's auction will be Sokol Blosser, Adelsheim, Amity Vineyards, Duck Pond, Chateau Benoit, Domaine Drouhin Oregon, Eola Hills, Eyrie Vineyards, Knud- sen Erath, Kramer, Oak Knoll, Panther Creek and Rex Hill. Wine donations range from a single bottle of award-winning private reserve, to various gift pack combinations, magnums, half cases and assorted cases of estate bottled wines. Additional auction items include getaways to various wine country bed and breakfasts, weekends at the Oregon coast, private dinners at exclusive Portland area and Yamhill County restaurants and lodging at some of Oregon's finest hotels and resorts. Proceeds from the auction will support the McMinnville Rotary Club Foundation, various local community and vocational service projects and other educational and charitable purposes in Yamhill County. Tickets for this year's auction am $65 per couple. Seating is limited and reservations are required. For reservations, contact Doug Ander- son at 472-7626, Guy Everingham at 472-5114 or Gene Zinda at 472-3181. .Changes in your life could mean that your insurance needs have changed as well. I'll make sure you avoid gaps or overlaps in your coverages with a free, no-obligation Personal Insurance Review. Call me today to learn more. Ron Pittman 472-2545 INSURANCE GROUP . --/ 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.- $5500 when paid at time or service Call today to schedule an appointment/ PMC X-Ray= 434-4468 420 E. 5th St., McMinnville, OR Co-Sponsored by The American Cancer Society [--. lunch tenus listed LUNCH MENUS Tomato juice, chicken potatoes, Salisbury & gravy, cut beans, wheat oat bread, or- sherbet sday: Orange juice, veal seal- roast pork & gravy, whipped Scandinavian vegetables, nut bread, cinnamon apple- Inesday: Apple juice, vegetari- turkey divan bake, herbed pear & cheese salad, whole bread, wacky cake Pineapple juice, beef chicken pot pie, broccoli citrus salad, cracked wheat P-nut butter cookie Cranberry juice, turkey & les, Lima beans & ham, Italian vegetables, confetti coleslaw, muffin, pistachio pudding Mid-Willamette Valley Senior Agency offers noon meals at the American Legion 125 N. Bridge Street. are served at 12 noon through Friday. Anyone 60 and their spouse is welcome and a hot, nutritional delivered meals are for home-bound seniors. of $1.50 is suggested for meals. Advanced reservations For transportation or call 843-3165. na lists ic meetings c~ty of Wiilamina has its public meetings for of April. All meetings are 7:30 p.m. in city hall unless noted. 6: Economic Improvement 8 a.m. Coyote Joe's. 12: Library board, 9 a.m. in Finance committee. l~ril 14: Council meeting. 19: Public affairs commit- 21: Budget committee. 26: Utility committee. 28: Council meeting. ina court listed Court Reports 24: Glenn Whitney, failure to of insurance, wrote letter to date. 24: Jeremiah Johnson, violation traffic rule, $45 fine. 24: Jenny Brown, endangering $50 fine. Micah Dickey, violation of a 2500 word essay. 24: Kelly Shanahan, driving wrote letter to post- date. ~4: Guy Osborn, failure to show insurance, $110 fine. 19t)~ ~rtnt Get your first month of SignalRing free. Then you'll know ahead of time who the call is for, simply by the way the phone rings. Get your first month of Call Waiting free. With that done, you'll never miss an important call, even when you're on the phone. Get your first month of Three-Way Calling free. It'll mean instant conference calls that make the most of your time. To find out inore, call before May 15. SprinL United Telephone Fealures not available in all a tt~,t,; 864-73433