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"iff's Ronde a report of a on SW Hebo p.m. Assisted Polk County a disturbance at Ft. 3:04 a.m. Danny Marion Grand Ronde degree assault at 9:55 p.m. The re- assaulted a 28- Ronde woman in his ).m. The report further suffered a diagon- head and bruises on result of the assault. ated a motor ve- on Highway 22 three Agency involving a injury was reported; Were issued. Further in- not by the April 20: Criminal mischief report- ed at 621 Center St. April 21: Theft reported at 726 Center St. April 22: Wade A. Stauffer cited for driving while under the influence of intoxicants; Dan Smalley arrested for assault at 228 Florence St.; Blaine Smalley arrested for assault at 228 Florence St.; Michael Rideout arrested on Yamhill County warrant for alleged probation violation; George Sterling arrested on Polk County warrant for alleged driving while suspended and failure to ap- pear in court. WILLAMINA April 11: Assault reported in the vicinity of the post office. April 22: Earl W. Andrews, Jr. cit- ed on cha~'ges of driving with a sus- pended license; Robert McDaniei, 18, cited on charges of driving with a suspended license. April 23: Robert McDaniel cited on charges of driving while suspended and driving uninsured. Ambulance runs Responded to a report of along Highway amhili River Bridge at )uty found a towel Sheridan to a report of Cherry Hill Road a.m. Oregon State prior to deputy's Main Street. The Arrested Deborah S. 24, of 554 SW Jefferson for failing to issued by the Thur- sheriff's in Olympia, at her home !. and held without bail was transported to i state. Sheridan police :a suspect charged in incident from the at 228 NW Florence suspect was identi- Smalley, 31. The ar- at 2:25 a.m. reports SItEPdDAN Wallet reported either North Bridge St.; at 153 Western St. Theft reported at 440 SHERIDAN April 17: General medical on Jef- ferson Street transported to McMinnviile Community Hospital; general medical on Sheridan Road transported to MCH. April 18: Cardiac on Riverside Drive transported to MCH. April 20: Mutual aid to McMinn- ville, move up to Bellevue. April 21: Choking on Riverside Drive, transported to MCH; motor vehicle accident on Highway 18 at Steel Bridge Road transported to MCH; general medical on Olive Street transported to MCH; general medical on East Main Street trans- ported to MCH. April 22: Cardiac on Savage Road transported to MCH. WILLAMINA April 20: Trauma in Bunnsviile, Grand Ronde, transported to Valley Community Hospital; general medi- cal on Third Street not transported April 21: Motor vehicle accident on Highway 18 at Steel Bridge Road transported to MCH; chest pains on Third Street transported to MCH. April 22: General medical on Bak- er Street transported to MCH; chest pains on Ivy Street transported to MCH. April 24: Difficulty breathing on Houser Road, transported to New- berg Community Hospital. reported in Fire reports :of Balm Street. mischief report- SHERIDAN St. April 17: Garage fire on Yamhill to animals re- Street, $50 damage. Main Street. April 18: Mistaken alarm on mischief report- Beavercreek Road. St.; suspicious WILLAMINA on Richard Street. No fires reported. 21ST ANNUAL YAMHILL RIVER -- MAY 6, 1989 time under 50 minutes wins $100 cash bonus! time will be from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Wallace for the race is 1:30 p.m. at the Wallace Bridge, I West of WIIlamina. be at the Sheridan Bridge. )bar Rafts Canoes and Rubber Kayaks ;ISTRATION FEES: for each person entering the race. LES: boat entering the race will have number to present to at the end of the race. The race will be a race the clock. All boats must not leave the water at any time. Each occupant in a boat must have a In his boat. under 18 years of age must have ,parents' or signature on entry form before the race. Use the below for those under 18 so the parent can ahead of the registration time. the West Valley Chamber of Commerce from any or liability for harm, damages or Injuries to myself or my due to my participation in the 21 at Annual Yamhill River I accept the judges decision as final." craft, Including Innertubes and rubber rafts depart from For information call Gary Hampton, 843-2384. OF THE OFFICIALS WILL BE FINAL! tlrant,s Signature ~lrsnt,| Sian= ,,.... ....ture "-aer 18 years of age] blanks available st registration area. ~Onlored by the West Valley Chamber of Commerce end West Valley Jayceea. DRUGS... Continued from Page 2 Hosley, Langley to wed in June other drug free alternative activities available for their children. The goal James and Lillian Hosley of Grand is 100% participation by all Oregon Ronde announce the engagement of parents with kids ages l0 and older, their daughter, Rhonda Lynn of Parents who sign the "Safe Home" McMinnville, to Bryan Kelly Langley pledge agree that: (l) l will not allow of Willamina, the son of Dale and parties or gatherings in my home Shirley Langley. when I'm not home; and (2) 1 will not The bride-elect is a 1987 graduate serve, nor will I allow youth under of Willamina High School and is a so- the legal drinking age to consume phomore at Linfleld College, major- alcohol or use illegal drugs in my ing in art. She works at Skyline RV home or on my property. Trailers. Names, not addresses or phone numbers, of parents on the "Safe Homes" list may be published. Other important aspects of participation is a commitment to communicate to your children a clear position about alcohol and other drug use, to always know where your kids are and let them know where you are, to know their friends and their friends' parents, and to set an example that can be followed by your kids and will not confuse them with double standards. Local parents currently on the "Safe Homes" list include: Dennis and Karen Creel, Bill and Shirley Crites, Ed and Sue Floyd, Harold and Christine Fox, Reenie and Arlie Kilgore, Dave and Nancy Kissell, Sarah Loudon, Dennis and Barbara Morley. Bruce and Katy Peet. Ron and Nancy Thornhill, Wayne and Georgia Weathers and Rich and Sue Williams. The "Safe Homes" information and contract is available in the junior and senior high schools, and churches in the Sheridan-Amity- Willamina area. Kathleen Peet, Sheridan Bike-a-then set The annual St. Jude Children's Hospital bike-a-then will be held in Willamina on May 6, according to Jone Bele Bainter, local coordinator. For details on how to ride in the event or sponsor a rider call Bainter, 876-5202. It's The groom-elect is a graduate of Willamina High School and a 1986 graduate of Central College in Kan- sas. He also works at Skyline. A 1 p.m. June 17 wedding is planned at Bethel Baptist Church in McMinnville. ( Look for it soon in The Sun. Wednesday, April 26, 1989, The Sun 7 Perrydale lists honor roll Perrydale School has announced its third quarter honor roll. Twelfth grade: *Shelly Buchholz, *Merci Curelo, Carrie Fowler, and *Ginger Green. Eleventh grade: Trena Yanish. Tenth grade: Jenni Voth, Liz Fowler, Karin Chapin and Rebecca Chapin. Ninth grade: Regina Stapleton, *Jody Stapleton, Clinton Spencer, *Sheila Schiller, *Sheri Green, Joel Curelo and Kim Rohrbacher. Eighth grade: HelenFey Maze, i , Jacob Chapin, *Kathy Chapin and *Shawn Scranton. Seventh grade: Forest Colombi. *4.00. Scholastic Roll (3.00-3.49). Twelfth grade: Mike Jackson, Kelly Lucas and Penny Pellett. Eleventh grade: Audrey Schumer and Tim Hartle. Tenth grade: Doug Hedge, Nathe Erickson and Matt Buller. Eight grade: Jerry King. Seventh grade: Shawn Rogers, Laura Shaw and Scott Weisensee. e I IP-''''----''" 'lli 2 FREE AEROBIC | Gunny, Bill Pearl and Jack Lal.ane at Assockltion of Physical Fitness Centers Convention Exp at Caeser's Palace in Las VegaS, Nev. Keeping Fit Is Funt Gunny's Gym & Fitness Center 433 E. 17th Street McMinnville 434-5044 w/coupon | I I I | value s4.00 | | Gunny' s | Gym & Fitness Center 433 E. 17th Street McMinnvllle 434-5044 ~11 aa aa all al Ia all II ml aa aa aa II-II hy limit yourself to explaining things over the phone or waiting for an overnight service to deliver your impor- tant information? 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