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4 The Sun, Thursday, May 15, 1980 .... i! ill SH S honor roll told ]he 3rd nine week honor roll for Sheridan High School has been announced: Honor Roll 3.50 to 4.00 Seniors: Lori Brock H.00), David Budeau, Jackie Carter, Doug Emmons, Vere Kelley (4.00), Teresa Mendenhall (4.00), Rhonda Morgan, Betty Nelson ~4.00), Tracy Oglevie, Curtis Rentsch, Mark Ross, Christie Simonson, (4.00), Cheri Stevens, Cecilia Viilacis (4.00), Tummy Whitlow. Juniors: Lori Brister, Lori Claus, Josie Hebert, Shells Heffernan, Ben Hickenlooper, Allen Hilton (4.00), Gary Holton, Mike Lowen, Richard Newberg, George Pickar, Alex Shenk, Brenda Walker, Anita Warwick. Jo less can mail in Most local residents on unemployment will be able to mail their forms to the State Employ- ment Division's office in McMinnville instead of driving to the office. Mrs. Orla Currie, a staff member of the McMinnville office, said Charles Taylor Charles Robert Taylor, 81, of 542 Hill St., Sheridan, died Friday in the Sheridan Care Cen- ter. Funeral services were held Monday in the the mail procedure for six began last Tuesday. should "As long as they meet as they have the normal requirements past. and are set up in Some McMinnville first, they have can mail them in," Mrs. mile drive Curriesaid. Those claim- ville and ing unemployment bene- Hanneman fits will receive three The Sun toll packets of forms--good situation. Mickey, Lompoc, Calif., Norm, Stayton; daugh- ters, Shirley Fingerloff, Marysville, Calif., JoAnn Bruns, Portland, Carol Wright, Blue River, and 16 grand- children. Am sale The Superior fell throug according Rant, /' : : Sophomores: RachelSheridan Assembly of He said ,~ ..... Brandt, Elaine Gallagher,God Church, with private James Wri .... ., Amy Hilton, Gary McPherson, interment in Bell Crest In appreciation of the had hired Kathy Mickelson, Brian Memorial Park of Salem. help he received from taRt, Rentsch, Debbie Samples, Mr. Taylor was born cornea transplants, he chase offer Leon Taylor, right, ~ys he dcesn't need a beard Willamina stores to promote Fourth of July Sylvia Shenk, Roseann May 11, 1898 in Creston, donated his body to the ongoing permit when asked by John Meyer. Beard celebration in town. If you don't have a beard or a Thomas (4.00), Rina Witt, permits, buttons, at $3 each, are being =old in permit, Meyer said, you may wind up in "Jail" Carmen Wittenberg. Wash.," the son of science. Accordingly, it Sheridan Freshmen: Bobbi Buller, George and Sara Booher was his expressed wish which has C ty, m itte JackieChernosky(4.00),Letha Taylor. He lived in that nofuneralservices spendS26,(] ou n co m ~ Cook, Troy Hampton, James western Oregon and be held. --$10,0001 C~~~ND~ Jetton, Mike Kennedy, Teresa Washington all of his nant reque Long, Tracy Moroney, Panaela life. In 1921 he married Donations may be Tennant g Cenlummnlty C..~endar Items should be sld)l~tted = writ:~g by U r e s Y e s on 7 RoyalHonorable(4.00). Mention :~.Uo" -" to Gladys Irene Olson in made to either the Lionsdistrict's 3.49, Seniors: D?abi- Dallas, Ore. They moved Club eye bank, who night he to Sheridan in 1943. Mr. sponsored his cornea service fi 5 p.m. Monday. Yon mall uatou cements to The Swa, P.O. The "'Friends of Yam- government. Benuche, Lorrie Brown, a - Taylor logged along the transplants, or to the year and Bex 68, Sheridsm, Ore. 97378. hill County ' are holding --The county has not essa Dickey, Sandy Dingly, BLOOD PRESSURETESTS its final meeting today received a levy or a tax Sheri Helms, Roger Jacquet, coastal area and also University of Oregon start look A blood pressure screening will be held at the Grand Ronde (Thursday) at 7:30 p.m. base increase over 6% Mike Mueller, Chris Paredez, farmed and was Medical Center, Port- company meal site from 10a.m. to 1 p.m. May 22. The screening is offered in room 105 of the for operating funds in Cheryl Randolph, Rick Rogers, employed in a number of land, Oregon. own by the Polk County Health Department. ~ Courthouse. ,, over 30 years. Kathy Shearing. other businesses during -"--------KIN'~~EN~G Their theme Vote for --The county budget Juniors: Pam Barboza, his lifetime. Nathan Brandt, Bruce He is survived by his Yamhill County" refers this year is about Budeau, Cindy Clemmer, wife, Gladys of Sherida; PLANT A vision and hearing screening for children entering to the County's ProposE- $9,000,000. The property Michelle Durant, Cameron two sons, Robert of kindergarten next fall is being made available through the Yamhill County Health Department if there is enough interest, teen #7 on the May 20 tax base is $2,000,000. Ellsworth, Tracy Click, Martin Sheridan and Harold of This will take place at the Willamina School on June S beginning election asking for sup- The county may receive Jetton, Dana McKee, Richard PARENTHOOD at9 a.m. port of a tax base 6% of the tax base or Mendenhall, Teresa Murray, California; a brother, Parents interested in taking advantage of this offer please call increase for Yamhill $120,000. This amount is Tamara Paterson, Sonia Nathan of Sheridan; four the school nurse, Myrna Brandt, 843-3148 evenings before May 30, or Faulconer School, 843-2266, daytimes. KINDERGARTEN 'ROUND UP' A kindergarten "Round Up" will be held at Willamina Elementary School on June 3 for children who will be 5 years of age on or before Nov. 1S, 1980. The event will be held between I0 and 11 a.m. in the Kindergarten Room, No. 6. Information will be shared concerning WiUamina's PTA, health services, school counseling services, kindergarten curriculum and general school information. All prospective parents of kindergarten students are urged to attend. Information needed prior to registration includes: 1. proof of child being S years old on or before November 15, 1980, (birth certificate); 2. Oregon Pupil Medical Record, (Golden Rod); 3. Immunization Card, (completed). :: ~Goldea Rod forms for the physical examination and Birth Certificate applications are available at the iilamina Elementary School office. Physicals may be faken now. Tl~is year the State Health Division will be providing a free vision and hearing screening for children entering kindergarten next year. The screening is slated for June 3 in the Elementary School Library. Prior notification needs to be made before the health department will screen students, Please call the elementary school office, .876-2374, before May 30. GRAY PANTB]~RS The Yamhill County Gray Panthers will meet Wednesday, May 21 at 2 p.m. in Room 32 at the Courthouse. Dave Slansky of Oregon Legal Aid and Margaret Hassler of Sheridan Information and Referral will provide information and lead a discussion on supplemental insurance to Medicare. Anyone interested in this topic or in the organization is welcome to attend. Friday, May 30, is the date set for the Gray Panther fund-raising bake and plant sale. It will be held that day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the U.S. National Bank. People interested in making donations of baked goods or plants should bring their items to the bank between 9:30 and 10 a.m. May 30. If you are interested in making a donation but unable to bring the goods to the bank, please call the following number for pick up of your items: in Sheridan, ~ Hassler at 843-2926 or 843-3133. WIDOWED SERVICES Yamhill County Widowed Services will sponsor a potluck on Thursday, May 22 at 6 p.m. at the Willamina Senior Drop-in Center. All widowed men and women in the area are invited to attend thee "get acquainted" event. Come and find out what Widowed Services can do for you. GARDEN CLUB The Sheridan Garden Club met May S at the home of Mildred Cooley. A display in Fancher's window during Phil Sheridan Days was agreed upon. Mrs. Elizabeth Mendinhall gave an interesting program on local wild flowers. She had slides of some of the wild flowers that are not so easy to find now. She also had slides of fields of wild flowers, also not so readily found. She told of some flowers that were used for food or for medicinal purposes. Mrs. Mendenhall had flowers and leaves she had pressed, and many specimens she gathered at her home for club members to see and try to guess what they were. Next meeting will be a potluck at the home of Mary Jane Nash, June 2. AS POLK COUNTY CLERK I WOULD MAKE SERVICE A TOP PRIORITY. I Will: eConsider Saturday morning opening (at no increase in staff). eAdvocate mail in bal. lots for special elec- tions (saves money for less than 500 voters) =Cooperate with other local gov'ts, to micro- film public records at cost for economy and safety oWill not propose exorbitant fees as this is double taxation =Believe present salary is adequate ELECT POLK COUNTY CLERK Pldd to~ by Citlz~| lO Mmh, Box 203, DIMlss I I II III County. slightly over 1% of the Potter, Mary Ann Regnier, The Friend's Commit- total budget and far from Susie Rice, Scott Ross, Pete tee Chairman Colin the cost of living or Snegirev, Mark VanDenHazel, ' Eric Westerfield, Jennie Armstrong, points out inflation percentages Yeast. that terms such as levies, increases of 10 to 18%. If Sophomores: Terri Ander- tax bases, 6% limitation the county received 6% son, Torri Crocker, Lynette and tax rates are com- of the total budget or LaRue, Lucinda McKee, Jen- plex and confusing. In $540,000 we probably REfer Nimrod, Diana Paterson. order to simplify the could make a few cuts Freshmen: David Carlisle, message of the Commit- and get by. Karen Crowe, Becky Denton, Judy Eisele, Becky Hedge, Pat tee, Armstrong empha- --The county is asking Lowen, Cindy Neilson, Curt sized the following homeowners for an Ogle~ie, Suzanne Randolph, points: increase of about 60 Terry Thompson, Bobby Van- --Yamhill County has cents per thousand dol- DenHazel, Corinne Warwick. tried to provide adequate lara value or an addi- services and conserve tiohal $24 taxes per year S~llO~t t~te ~'~ costs with little fanfare, on a $40,000 home. uses The "Friends of Yam- C ,SSl --Yamhi J ~ County less than 10% of your hill County" urge a property tax money to "yes" vote on proposE- operate the County tieR #7. Timber sale plan is topic An open house to date area logging indus- review the proposed try people and others Fiscal Year 1981 Timber interested in the Diet- Sale Plan for the Bureau rict's 1981 timber sale of Land Management's plans. The 1981 plan, he Salem District has been said, will involve set for Tuesday and approximately 38 salver- Wednesday, May 20 and tised tracts and 229,970 ' 21, at the Salem District board feet of timber Office, 3550 Liberty within the District's five Road S., Salem. resource areas. The open house sche- The five resource dule is: May 20, 7 a.m. toareas on the District-- 5:30 p.m. and May 21, 7 Alsea, Clackamas, San- a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and 7 tEam, Tillamook and to 9 p.m. Yamhill--will have per- Edward G. Stauber, sonnel available to Salem district manager, answer specific ques- said the open house is tieRs on the proposed designed to accommo- sale tracts. BURNING EYES By the end of the day, some people experience blurred vision, burning eyes and headaches, yet examinations prove they don't need glasses. A probable cause is nervous tension. Anxiety stimulates excessive muscle activity, which could bring about these symptoms by the end of a busy day. To counteract these vision problems, simply relax. Plan a daily relaxation period in quiet, comfortable surroundings. With eyes closed, allow your mind to unwind from the day. Not only will this aid your eyes, but your entire well-being. THE PRESCRIPTION STORE 843-2422 103 E. MAIN SIRLOIN TIP 209LB. $1 :: EA. 3 LB. BAG C EA. grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Floyd Persons Floyd Roscoe Persons; son of Ethel Persons, Willamina, died Friday, May 9, at the University of Oregon Medical Cen- ter. He was born in Belle- vue on Dec. 29, 1916. He resided in Portland for the past 22 years. Sdrvivors ~- include mother, Ethel Persons, Willamina; sons, Wayne, Lompoc, Calif., GROUND U.S.D.A. CHOICE STEW MEAT 169LB. SUPER SELECT There are still lots of perennials that can be planted now for future easy color. Some of thembeat. are painted daisies, bee- thing to ton daisies, and sweet cost only william. Painted daisieseach. They are in all shades of redspecial and pink and really veryfor the pretty every year. For have some annuals, the colorful little white marigolds, so tidy and sell now bright are really hard to blooming it~ WEGENER'S GARDENS 8w Red Prairie Rd. Open 10-6 Tuesday - FRESH HOURLY. .. U.S.D.A. CHOICE i J J I CORN KING BRAUNSCHEIGERI US 79= NO'2 CALl FeRN IA C LB.