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4 The Sun, Wednesday, April 17, 1991 First-grader Kit Davidson care- fully alms dart toward board of balloons at carnival. 00ll]ggbKin Beatrice Cavan As Marcus Vollman looks on, youngster pulls her nat from the duck pond at PTA Carnival. Every duck was a winner. Youngster's face reflects effort to hit balloons with tossed dart at the popular booth at PTA Carnival held April 6. PTA carnival raises funds, gives thrill to youngsters The PTA carnival was held April 6 at the high school. We had 20 different activities for the kids. Everybody received a prize whether they won or lost. These businesses and people do- nated supplies and items for the raffle: TJ's, Sheridan Engine Works, Berger's Nursery, Mac Rental, Wil- lamina True Value Hardware, Star- la's Handcrafted Gifts, Pat Lux and Joyce Eisele. The Faulconer students made the booth front murals and  Bar- ger's 5th grade class made the posters we put around town. Parents, teachers and students do- nated cakes and manned the activi- ",'., .,,'.,, ,x.-'?, ,  ..... r; " ' f'-.." .... ., ,.,.x' .., , . v TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS FOR THE HOME OFFICE All Bookkeeping Supplies Record Storage Supplies Recycled Paper Products COMPUTER SUPPLIES Furniture Computer Paper Ribbons Cleaner Diskettes Diskette Storage Recycled Paper Products Everything Your Office Needs 217 Third Street McMinnville, OR Open Sunday 12-4 " : ::, I , e" I m' .d ties at the carnival. With everybody working together we were able to make this a very successful event. We took in $1168 during the carnival. We made a profit of $750. This money will go into the PTA fund to help finance projects for the Sheridan schools. The PTA would like to thank everybody that helped us in making this carnival a success. Without your help and support we couldn't have done it. We would like to say a special thank you to the high school for letting us use their facilities, to Mary for making all the cinnamon twists and to Mike Higginson. Beatrice Ann Cavan, 69, of Wdla- mina died April 9 in Dallas Hospi- tal. She was born July 27, 1921. She was a homemaker. Her husband, James O. Cavan, died previously. Survivors include her sons, Gary and Jim, both of Willamina, and Jack, Bill and Donald; daughter, Donna; 23 grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren. Services were held Saturday in West Valley Free Methodist church, Willamina. Private interment was in Cliffside Cemetery, Sandy. Arrange- ments were by Adamson's Sheridan Funeral Home. Harry Crawford Harry O. Crawford, a former Sheridan police officer, died April 10 at his home in Carlton. He was 70. Crawford served on the Sheridan police department from 1975 to 1977 after a 10 year stint on the Carlton police department and two years as a Yamhill County sheriff's deputy and circuit court bailiff. Services were held Saturday at the Chapel of Macy & Son mor- tuary, McMinnville, with entomb- ment in Evergreen Memorial Park. Survivors include his wife, Ella; sons, Dale of Carlton, Bill of Philo- math and George of Everett, Wash.; daughter, Marie Davidson of Port- land; sister, Ruby Erwin of Van- couver, Wash.; 10 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Crawford was born May 3, 1920 in Pagosa Springs, Colo., the son of Thomas James and Martha Taylor Crawford. Raised and schooled in Oregon, he worked on strawberry farms in the Banks area and then became a logger. He served in the Navy during World War II and married Ella M. Smith in 1946. He continued logging until 1967. Elaine Esther Elaine Esther Cornwell, age 57, of Willamina died April 16. Servies are pending at Adamson's Sheridan Funeral Home, RUN FOR YOUR HEALTH 2-Mile Fun Run/Walk and 10K Run Community Fun Runs NO ENTRY FEE NO REGIsTRATION "To Promote the Importance, of Exercise for Good Health Stephen J. Aragon, Chief Executive Officer DATE: Saturday, May 4, 1991 PLACE: McMinnvUle Library, 225 N. Adams TIME: 9:00 a,m. ELIGIBILITY: open to all men, women, children-joggers, runners, and walkers. AGE DIVISIONS: 14 Under. 15-18, 19-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70 Over. munitv -Ilo00px=, AWARDS: Ribbons for First 4 finishers in each division. RACE DIRECTORS: Delane Smith Mike Morls Mike Dressel RACE INFORMATION: (503)472-6131 Ext. 277 9 am to 5 pm REGISTRATION: Not necessary "Caring For Your Family Is Our First Priority" Jacob Branson, his face painted with Clyde Drexler's name, finds himself temporarily In jail at PTA Carnival held April 6 at Sheridan High School. Event raised $750 for the group. Photo contest underway How would you like to see your scenic photos printed on the cover of the most widely read book in the West Valley? It's easy to do. United Telephone is beginning the search for photos for the cover of its 1991 Sheridan-Carlton telephone directo- ry. Whether you're an amateur or professional shutterbug, send in your slides or color transparencies and take a chance on earning $350. United is looking for photograph- ic work depicting life or scenery within the company's service area, which includes the communities of Sheridan, Carlton, Grand Ronde and Willamina. To best capture the area's natural beauty, participation from local photographers is being sought. A fee of $350 per cover will be paid by United to the winners, and the photographer whose work is chosen will receive printed credit on the inside back cover of the directo- ry. One change that photographers should note is that the front cover photograph will now be in a vertic',.d format. This should be kept in mind when submitting work for the direc- tory. Submissions must be 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" slides, 35mm slides, or 4x5" color transparencies. Please note that photographs and photo nega- tives cannot be used. Materials must be mailed or delivered by Friday, May 31, to United's office (located at 233 SE Sampson in Sheridan). Selected photographers will be noti- fied by the end of June. Specific guidelines regarding the contest are available at the Sheridan office. Sara Rahn gets ed on visit to booth Carnival at the high Sheridan FFA donkey On April 20 at 7:301 Sheridan High School is sponsoring a donkey tournament in the high Three games will be merchant teams and one will compete in the backside busting action. The proceeds will activities for FFA the coming year. Tickets are available members or may be door. Prices are $3 students, and children are free. Bring your camera, allowed for members d ence to pet and take the donkeys. Chemeketa officials s local improvement ide By George Robertson Editor, The Sun Three top officials from Cheme- keta Community College visited Sheridan last week to learn how the college can work with local leaders to improve the area's economy. Suggestions included working with Willamina officials to reopen a brick plant in that town and helping local stores do more business with the federal prison in Sheridan. Bill Segura, Chemeketa's presi- dent, along with Lowell Ford, dean of student services, and Ran Hulett, director of the Training and Eco- nomic Development Center, met with a dozen people last Thursday at the West Valley Chamber of Com- merce's monthly forum. Last week's meeting was prompted by a get together in Jan- uary when representatives from area mills met with Segura in Salem to talk about possible retraining pro- grams for displaced timber workers. "I was impressed by the concern of the people from the mills," Segura told last week's gathering. "They made it clear they weren't giving up on timber but wanted to look at diversity of jobs and quality of life," Segura handed out a two-page questionnaire and asked local resi- dents to fill it out so the college can "get a better sense of what the community might need" and how the college may help. Questions include: "What do I think most needs improving?" and "What kind of jobs are needed in this commun- ity to make it thrive?" Segura said the survey's results may help the college develop a pilot Save 25% on your bedroom Decorating Spreads Paper 472-2762 1117 N. Adams . d:,' I program for small communities. He pointed out Chemeketa students eight years ago drafted a downtown redevelopment plan for Sheridan that prompted several other cities to seek Chemeketa's help for similar designs. "We may need to develop a multi-pronged approach. We may bring together people with venture capital for secondary wood prod- ucts," Segura said. He noted that when the college purchased some modular classrooms recently he learned there are very few compa- nies in Oregon that make them. "We're not here trying to sell you anything," Segura pointed out. He added that Chemeketa has resources the local communities could tap such as grant writers. Chemeketa now teaches 27 classes inside the federal prison, 15 of them taught by area residents, Ford said. The McMinnville satel- lite campus, he added, offers many classes plus provides career coun- seling and job search help. Hulett explained that his office offers classes to businesses and worked with dislocated workers when the Dallas Caterpillar plant closed. The office also operates Oregon Marketplace which helps businesses find new markets for their products and Oregon vendors who can supply parts now being purchased out of state. Polk County Commissioner Mike Propes asked if Chemeketa might help do a marketing study for the proposed brick plant in Willamina and then retrain area workers if the plant opens. Hulett said state Lottery funds could be available for money from the Jobs Asked how Chemeketa a local resident who reopen the brick plant, his office could put business plan that to obtain bank financing In addition, Huleu said could help market the Several local think more could be orders from the federal businesses, they said, aged by the large and the paperwork. Additional copies of keta survey, and a return envelope, are Stuck Electric in Sheridat' Perrydale honor roll Perrydale's junior and high school honor announced. Scholastic roll Claire Bernardi Detsch, 1 son, Ericka Schumer, orth, Shawn Scranton Karin Chapin, Matt Kathy Chapin. Honor roll 3.50-3.99." pin, Tiffany Schumer, Amber Colombi, Ken Stark, Maze, Jacob Chapin, ler, Clint Spencer, Rohrbacher, Joel Voth, Becky Chapin, Riikka Haronoja. 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