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6 The Sun, Wednesday. May 3, 1989 EOI'qDE By Miekey Barber 879-5060 Berneiece Soules returned last week from visiting her son and wife Robert and Allison Soules and children in Seattle. They all enjoyed a three day weekend in Victoria, B.C. They visited the Butchart Gardens, the British Royal Museum, the Ann Hathaway Cottage and Empress Hotel which had just undergone a $45 million remodeling project. They also attended a rock show. Wes and Lorraine Ashwell visited his mother Rena Swanson at Olympia, Wash., a few days last week. A group of twenty-two from the Willamina Christian Church enjoyed an outing at Paradise Lodge, the Christian Church camp near Rhodendron Friday evening and Saturday. Those enjoying the time together were the Dennis Morley family, the Rick and Kristi Williams family, Dale Huntley family, Mike Bogen family, Karen Creel family, and John Drakenby of Sweden, Thelma Werth and Mickey Barber. The Past Noble Grand Club of the Primrose Rebekah lodge met Tuesday at Eunice Gustafson's home with nine members present. New officers elected were: president, Olive Thayer; vice-president, Theda Wright; secretary, Dot Houston; and Treasurer, Mickey Barber. They will be installed at the next meeting on May 30th at Dot Houston's home. Roy and Clara Tucker attended the ceremony when their grandson Steven Park received his Eagle Scout badge at Camp Meriweather on Saturday. Steven is the son of Robert and Judy Park of Cloverdale. Last weekend Roy and Joyce Zimbrick visited her uncle and aunt, Andy and Edith Eggeiman at Stockton, Calif., and her Uncle Sam Eggeiman at Riverside. They also saw Joyce's sister and husband Carol and Ron Sigler of Portland who were also visiting in Calif. This weekend Roy and Joyce attended the spring conference of the Assoc. of Oregon l.,oggers at Grants Pass. Dorothy Weaver returned Friday from visiting her daughter and family, Susan Willis at Scappoose a w~:ek and her sister and husband Mary and Otto Turner at Portland another week. Mick Bailey, a third grader from our elementary school won the honor to represent our school at the county spelling contest in McMinnviUe this Thursday. One student from each school takes part and he will compete with third, fourth, fifth and sixth graders. Bud and Pat Houston and their grandson, 1 Vz-year-old, Grant visited Bob and Dot Houston Saturday. Scott Reeser, formerly of this area and Cheryl Mathews were married on April 22nd. in Bend, Oregon. Scott is the son of Larry and Claudia Reeser of LaPine. Among those from this area attending were Gary and Marlene Littlejohn and George Hollman. Candie Houston, granddaughter of Bob and Dot Houston left Wednesday to work as a Nanny in Virginia. Inez Tietjen is recovering nicely fiom a quadruple by-pass surgery. l~he Grand Ronde/Fort Hill extension will tour Professor Jensen's Alaska museum artifacts in Monmouth at 10 a.m. on May 10. Anyone interested can meet at Bud and Eleanor Jensen's home at 9:30 to car pool. We will have lunch in Storkstops Mike and Angle Gephart of Sheridan announce the birth of a son Noah Michael on April 19. He weighed 7 lbs. 3 oz. and joins a sister Tiffany at home in Sheridan. Grandparents are Phil and Sharon Titus of Sheridan, Bob and Kris Gustafson of Dallas and Christina Manning of Wiilamina. Great-grandparents are Marilyn Rosenbalm of Willamina, John Johnson of Willamina, Eunice Gustafson of Grand Ronde, Marcee and Thelma Hurliman of McMinnville and Robert and Pansy Borck of Willamina. 4-H field day for small animals in Mac Saturday Monmouth following the tour. lla Burger went with Russ and Kristi Osborne and little Dexter up on Mt. Hebo Sunday and saw the old Indian Trail. Ila has received word she has a new great-granddaughter Sara Christina, born to Corinne and Steve Imler on Guam, Feb. 8. Anyone interested should know there will be a 2 foot tide, this coming weekend; good for clamming. mus i-crl AD PRICES EFFECTIVE MAY 3 - g, 1989 ASSORTED 1 10Z BANQUET CHICKEN, TURKEY, VEGBEEF 70Z ORE IDA TATOR TOTS ........... .... DOLE ORANGE-BANANA- 12 OZ PINEAPPLE JUICE $ GOLD 'N' SOFT 16 OZTUB REG 99 TILLAMOOK BUTTER WESTERN FAMILY HOMESTYLE, BUTTERMILK 750Z DARIGOLD MILD, MEDIUM CHEDDAR By Rep. Paul Hanneman crank are everywhere, and a sizable The State of Oregon's ability to portion of some of those are fight crime for the next two years produced in our rural communities depends to a great extent upon what and exported, mainly to San our Ways and Means subcommittee Francisco. We talk at length about can afford to buy. rehabilitation of drug users, but we The attorney general needs $1.3 don't have the investigators to help million in his crime-investigative unit. our local law-enforcement people Several methamphetamine labs in our apprehend the manufacturers and district were busted with the help of pushers either. special agents from the AG's office. Meanwhile, the governor has built But Oregon's drug problem his own Criminal Justice Services continues to worsen. Coke, crack and Division directly under his control. WHITE OR ONE LAYER BUTTERMILK BRNDED 2 LB New Zealand Whites, Rhode island Reds, and Fancy White Kings will be some of the different breeds of rabbits, poultry and pigeons at the 4-1t Small Animals Field Day on Saturday at the Yamhili County Fairgrounds. A! this event, 4-H members learn new skills and the lastest information about raising and caring for rabbits, poultry, pigeons, and cavies. Many 4-H'ers will be bringing an animal or a bird to practice their showmanship techniques. Others will be helping to teach the mini-sessions. Even if you're not in 4-H, you are invited to come and look around. '[here will be workshops on animal management, judging, showman- ship. common diseases of poultry and rabbits, tattooing, giving effective presentations and more. There will also be a snack bar open. Registration begins at 9 a.m. and classes will be held from 9:30 a.m. tmlil noon. l CAKI ......................... SUIT CASE 24xl 20Z CANS RAINIER BEER ............................ TOP 30Z ASST FLAVORS 10LBBAG KINGSFORD WESTERN FAMILY H ........................................ TURKE PLUS DEP. 24 OZ me ill He wants $10 million to coordinate crime task forces, improve the computer system used by all law- enforcement agencies, and hire more staff to fill out forms to apply for federal grants. The computer system is called the Law Enforcement Data System (LEDS). 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