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' l, $5,0oo bait. Christensen Roads, Assist with traffic con- Louise Miller, 37, 613 E. arrested in Polk County negotiating a bad Yamhill County jail, 18B near Boise man wan- Gone on arrival. Bridge St., investigate Church. Building 18B at railroad of gas. SE Sheridan Rd., report of custodial interference. April 19:206 S. Bridge St., assist motorist locked out of car. April 19: Highway 18 at bridge, assist motorist with flat tire. April 20: Sheridan bridge, intoxicated couple arguing. April 20:526 SE Sheridan Rd., resident found small boy wandering on sidewalk. Located boy's parents. April 20:248 SW Morgan St., report of possible criminal mischief, BB hole in windshield. April 20:705 SE Sheridan Rd, report of verbal harassment. April 20:320 NE Hill St., disturbance. Intoxicated person arguing. April 21: 411 SE Sheridan Rd., assist person locked out of car. 112 WEST MAIN STREET WILLAMINA, OR 97396 PHONE 876-2132 STORE HOURS: 8 AM TO 8 PM MONDAY-SATURDAY 10 AM TO 7 PM SUNDAYS STAMPS GLADLY ACCEPTED WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES AD PRICES EFFECTIVE MAY 1 - 7, 1991 April 21:832 NW Evans St., report of loud noise nearby. Gone on arrival. April 21:632 NW YamhiU, civil com. plaint. April 24:209 S. Bridge St., report of fight at tavern. Unfounded. April 24: Roger Allen Smith, 37, 27030 Smithville Rd., arrested on YamhiU Coun- ty warrant charging probation violation driving while intoxicated. Lodged in Yam- hill County jaik $5,000 bail. April 25: Sheridan High School, gate found open. Willamlna Municipal Court April 25, 1991 Maier, Robert C. Disorderly conduct, two charges. Fined $20. Majors, Shane K. Driving uninsured, driving while suspended. Pleaded not guilty, hearing set for 1:30 p.m., May 9. Pleaded guilty to a second charge of driving while suspended. Must complete 83 hours of community service. Tilden, Randy D. Driving while sus- pended. Fined $375. Shop the Classifieds R GrapeSGrow,ng Rq s':oe"t   Lb. English Cucumbers Crisp & Crunchy, California Grown ...... Ea. 1.2!) Fresh Rhubarb rio Washington Grown ...................... Lb. ,O $279 Red Delicious ___ 59L00 ' =pples Red Apple Days Favorite, WA Extra Fancy FLORAL i et 49 Pots Ea. Top Lb. Chub Wednesday, May 1, 1991, The Sun 5 7: due Pack Fryer Parts Fresh, Oregon Grown, 3 Drums, 3 Thighs With Backs and 3 Wings Fr, ( Inicl00en Breasts Boneless, Town & Country, Southern Grown $299 Lb. SPOTS I - I I By Marc Diiniels 843-3050 or 843-4141 Dan Cox and family from Trout- dale were guests this past weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Guyton. Dan is Guyton's grandson. Mary Dobler of Redmond, Wash., was a week's guest at the Guytons this past week. Mary is a friend of Mrs. Guyton. There were four tables of pinochle Lawry's Taco Shells 10-Ct., 4-Oz ................................ .99 Pace Picante Sauce 1 89 Mild, Medium or Hot, 16-Oz ................ , Casa Fiesta Refried Beans 16-Oz ...................................... .59 BEVERAGE Seven-Up 6 Pack 12 Oz. Cans S189 Plus Deposit Budweiser Beer Regular, Light or Dry, 12-Pk., 12-Oz. Cans $5 99 Sokol BIosser White Riesling THE CORNER STORE B()N! IS COI/P()N -=i =" v 8 = " ......................... :i:ii!! i:i:i:!:i:!:i:::,:.>,i!:?$ III im .e,-..,.,..,,.,, " :" Cocktail ": : ... _-. ............. g : == i 46 Oz. Can g = = _= Vegetable Juice . = ;!iiiiiiii Cocktail -= n 5 = 99, =`; : : iIIiiii', ,;a.. - : FAMILY PLEASE.  FIRST TWO 121 WITH CON.  n 1 7. 1991. . s ONE COUPON PER FAMILY PLF_,ASE. _ [ " .  COUPON GOOD MAY 1 - 7, 1991. 0702 = =,,-... =,..,.,=..=-..,-.....,,,.==,,.=,,--,,,...-..==,=,,,s=,,,=..=,=s or MueUer-Thurgau 2for$9 IIIIIIIIII II I I I ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: l!iiiii00i Salt Western Pamily Plain, Iodized 26 Oz. Pkg. 2 9 FIRST ONE (ll WITH COUPON. ONE COUI:N PER FAMILY PLEASE. COUPON GOOD MAY I - 7, 1991. = JllllglllllO,lllnl,lilllllllllllllllJllllllllllillilllllilllllJillJ at the American Legion Hall Friday afternoon with high score going to Lou Mishler and second high to Edith Huntley. Pinochle was re- ceived by Edith Huntley and Ross Daniels, 1000 aces were won by Luella Daniels and Lou Mishler. Marc Daniels received the door prize. There were five tables of play at the hall Saturday evening with high score going to Gary Daniels and second high going to Ross Daniels. Pinochle was drawn, the names were Marge Crow and Gary Daniels, and receiving the door prize was Dorothea WatLs. Gifford Ingraham was placed in the Sheridan Care Center earlier this month. The Sheridan Care Center held its annual Spring Senior Prom Thurs- day evening with the Lively Five from Salem for entertainment. They had eight Careousel Care Center residents and two staff members in attendance. Fendall club picks Vinson as presudont The members of the Fendall Ex- tension Study Group met for their regular meeting at the home of Dolores Vinson on April 10 with president Louise Blackwell holding a short business meeting. Ethel Kelly installed the new officers for 1991-92: Dolores Vin- son, president; Ethel Fmnssen, vice- president; Margie Ellis, secretary- treasurer. Louise Blackwell present- ed each officer with a garden mum plant. A letter was read from the Willa- mina Elementary School thanking the Fendail Extension for saving Campbell soup labels again this year for the school. Dolores Vinson gave the April lesson on "Support to Families Dealing with Chronic Illness." Those attending the morning meeting were Olive Thayer,, Ethel Franssen, Louise Blackwell, Margie Ellis, Ethel Kelly, Ruth Mishler, and Dolores Vinson. Golden Kitchen volunteers for April 15 were Ethel Franssen and Dolores Vinson. Fendall members who attended the annual "Spring Festival" on Friday, April 19, at First Presbyteri- an Church in McMinnville were Ethel Kelly, Louise Blackwell, Do-  lores, Vinson and Ethel Franssen. The May lesson will be on "Home Repairs." The leaders are Ethel Franssen and Elizabeth Men- denhall. The next meeting will be at 10 a.m. May 8 at Fendall Community Hall. There will be a plant and white elephant sale. Members are to bring items for the sale. May lunch is potluck. P Cook hosts EL. Club meeting Phyllis Cook served as hostess for the regular meeting of the Sheridan EL. Club 24 at her home April 24. Donna Firestone, president, con- ducted a short business meeting. Yahtzee was played with Leverna Cole winning high score, Dorothy Hawk, second; and Loisel Bride, low. Louise Thompson won the door prize. Those in attendance besides the hostess were Gertie Reid, Louise Thompson, Kae Pratt, Levema Cole, Loisel Bride, Donna Firestone, Mar- jorie Warrington, Ruth Davis and Dorothy Hawk. The next meeting will be Wednes- day, May 15, at 7:30 p.m. at Gertie Reid's home, 643 S. Bridge, Sheri- dan. Money sense for children topic of booklet "Money Sense for Your Chil- dren," a learn-at-home series from the Polk County office d the Ore- gon State University Extension Set- vice, is a guide for parents to use to teach their children about spending and saving money. Because children get their ideas about money from their parents, it's g logical that home is the best place to = = teach children about managing g finances, points out Pat Swan, OSU g Extension agent in Polk County. II g "Money Sense for Your Chil- l dren" is a series of six lessons and g is suitable for children from pro- = school to leen-age years, adds AJice = Mills Morrow, OSU Exsion faro- = ily economics specialist. Itl Persons wishing to receive the complete set of "Money Sense for i = Children" should call or write the = Polk County Extension office at P.Q m = Box 640, Dallas, OR 97338, tele- phone 623-8395. The is a $2.25 charge for the set.