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"'" " 1"" Publ ic notices Wiliamina's Richard Brown (left) and BiUy Bobb (sliding into home plate) tried desperately to keep this Santiam Christian I TRUSTEE'S NOTICE OF SALE payable, said sum beinl A default has occurred under the following, to-wit: terms of a trust deed made by $112,725.71, together with William J. Beckman and Karla G.thereon at the rate of Beckman as grantor, to Lawyers annum fromApril l, 1988, Title Insurance Corporation, astogether with all costs, Trustee, in favor of Security Pacific ments, and/or fees Mortgage Corporation as Bene- by the beneficiary and/or ficiary, dated December 17, 1985, their employees, agentsor recorded December 24, 1985, in the WHEREFORE, notice ~: mortgage records of Yamhiil County, given that the undersigned Oregon, in Book No. Film 199 atwill on August 22, 1989 at Page 2034, covering the following 10:00 a.m. o'clock, in accord* described real property: standard time established A tract of land in the Northwest 187.100, at THE one-quarter of the Northeast one- THE YAMHILL COUNTY j quarter of Section 16, Township 2 HOUSE in the City of South, Range 3 West of the County of Yamhill, Willamette Meridian in Yamhili sell at public auction to the ~'/' County, Oregon, more particularly bidder for cash the interest described as follows: said described real BEGINNING at the one-quarter the grantor has or had corner common to Sections 9 and 16, convey at the Township 2 South, Range 3 West of said trust deed, to the Willamette Meridian; thenceinterest which the By Brent Merrill Intern, The Sun The Willamina Bulldogs won two games and dropped one this week as they begin the final week of West Valley League competition in preparation for the playoffs next week. Willamina defeated Santiam Christian 1-0 last Tuesday, then lost to Regis 11-7 on Wednesday and blasted Amity 18-2 on Friday. The first place Bulldogs defeated Santiam Christian behind the efforts of senior ace Leif McKinley who shut out the Eagles to gain his llth win of the season against only one loss. The win at Santiam Christian gave the Bulldogs an 8-1 West Valley League re~rd ~d they improved to On ~t[~y; W|llam]~ non-league contest against the Regis Rams 11-7. According to Willamina head baseball coach Buz Tautfest, the loss to the Rams was because his team left runners on base and didn't capitalize when they had the chance. "Regis hit the ball really well against us and it seemed like we left runners on base every inning," the coach said. Starting pitcher Billy Bobb took the loss and now stands 4-3 on the year as a starter. On Friday, the Bulldogs found revenge against the Amity Warriors when they pounded Amity pitching for 18 runs in a 18-2 rout. Once again Leif McKinley was the winner for Willamina as he earned his 12th victory of the year. McKinley leads the Bulldogs into this week's Willamina. Tautfest said that both the rl By Brent Merrill Intern, The Sun Chris Acuff's "towering" home- run in the third inning lifted the Sheridan Spartans to a 12-5 victory over the Nestucca Bobcats last Wednesday in the team's only game of the week. Sheridan's victory left the team with a 6-6 overall record and the Spartans are now 5-5 in League competition. Starting pitcher Jon Campos earned the win for the Spartans with another outstanding pitching South 88 42' 52" East along the successors in interest ~ Section line between Sections 9 and the execution of said truSt' .... ~ ~ '~.;~ ~, 16, 855.26 feet; thence South 11 21' satisfy the foregoing 38" West, 463.19 feet; thence South thereby secured and ~~ ~~ ~ "--'~11~ ~.. 18 45' East, 236.28 feet; thence expenses of sale, .... !~ .~*~ ' " ...... ~ ~ South 25 18' 07" East, 430.06 feet; reasonable charge by ~:,~,~::.~z:~-.i!:: ...... .......... thence South 40 27' East, Notice is further ...... ..... .......... ~, ~.:: .'.:~ ~ ......... 275.00 feet, more or less, to the person named -~ ~4~:~i!~-;:~" ~-- centerline of Yamhill County Road right, at any time No. 115; thence Southwesterly along before the date last the centerline of said Road, 625.00 have this foreclosure ~:~:: feet, more or less, to a point 1610.20 dismissed and the feet South and 694.70 feet East of the reinstated by payment said one-quarter corner to Sections 9 ficiary of the entire and 16; thence North 19 54' 04" (other than such catcher busy enough to allow a home plate steal. They failed.West, 1091.69 feet; thence North 89 principal as would not --Photo by Corinne htey 19' 56" West, 315.00 feet; thence has no default North 0 48' 23" West, 580.00 feet to curing any other the pointofbeginning, of herein that is capable TOGETHER WITH a 30 foot wide cured by tendering the e right of way lying to the right of the required under the following described roadway center- trust deed, and in additiol~ line: said sums or BEGINNING at the Northeast performance necessary to Bulldogs and the Pirates have Loudcn, 2; Billy nobb, 2; Ldf McKinley, 2; corner of the afore described tract; default, by paying all already clinched a spot in the Denny Elmer, ~; a. Halverson, 2; Cohi~ntz, thence South 11 21' 38" West, expenses actually ~ playoffs and that they could possibly Brown, Sizcmore, Childs, Cole.463.19 feet; thence South 18045, enforcing the ~t~ five lnainp, lO-ru rule. be playing each other for first place East, 236.28 feet; thence South 25 deed, together with on Friday. l~u~v~0Gm~ 18' 07" East, 430.06 feet; thence attorney's fees not Tautfest said that whichever team ~ ................ 000~l~0-- 7 s3South 40 27' 52" East, 275.00 feet amounts provided by wins the West Valley League ~ ................... 1,~231x--11111to a point within Yamhill County 86.753. championship will be at home to Road No. 115. In construing this WIIhm/am I~ttem/--Bobb, Elmer (5) and B. SAVING AND EXCEPTING masculine gender begin the playoffs a week from Halverson. Lining Paeher--Billy Bobb. Friday and the second place team~ illU--Brenton l]alverson, 2-for-3; THEREFROM the following de- feminine and the will have to go on the road to begin Brown, l-for-2; L. Halverton, l-for-3; Bobh, 1- scribed tract of land: singular includes the for-S; Sizemore, l-for-3; Childs, l-for-3; A tract of land in the Northwest word "grantor" post-season action. McKinley, l-for-4. ~ ~ HR--Double: Childs. RBI--Brad Childs, 2; El~mtiner, one-quarter of the Northeast one-successor in interest to the Friday's Game as well as any other .................. 31"/07--18L~2 bore, Brown, Bobb. ~L. Halverson, quarter of Section 16, Township 2 Amlly .. 002 00 -- 2 4 9 Bobb, B. Halvenon, Brown, Sizemore,South, Range 3 West of the obligation, the .................... Ebensteiner, Childs. Willamette Meridian in Yamhill is secured by WUImmlm~ I~tt~F---McKiuley' and B. words "trustee" and I-h~verson. Winaing PRl~,--l.,df McKinley. l~hff9~um County, Oregon, more particularly Hit~-Lmlc Halverson, 4-for-5; ~ .................0010000--150 described as follows: BRnton Halverson, 3-for-4; John Sizemore, 2- ................ 0000wo--0az BEGINNING at the one-quarter interest, if any. for-3; Cohlentz, l-for-l; Eben~einer, l-for-l; Dated: March 29, 1989. Brown, l-for-2; McKinley, l-for-3; Bobb, l-for- W~ Bmtte~--McKiuley and B. corner common to Sections 9 and 16, "~l; Elm_ r, I-for~i~ ~ m~--~Doubles: L.. H&lverson. W~ l~--.l~f ~]M~~ Range 3 West of . Sutherland, Successor ~n,2~or~,]l: I-hdv='s6n. RSl--L. Wiilamhm lil~--Denny " ~, L " ~'f~; fhd~l]a///6iie--Meridian; thence of Oregon, Halverson, 4; ~gernore. 3; B. Halverson, 2; McKinley, l-for-3; Bobb. l-for-3; Childs, l-for- South 88 42' 52" Eo~t ot~,,, o,~;,,,, I, the undersigned Ein~, Bobb, Brown, Louden. Ebensteiner, 3. F.xtra ~ Hit~--None. RBi---McKinley. ,. ...... ~ ........ Childs. Rm~--Lauce Halverson, 3; Jeff iron--Elmer, line between Sections 9 and 16, foregoing instrument is s performance. Campos struck out nine Bobcats and only walked two. "Jon really pitched well against Nestucca as he has all season," said Sheridan's head coach Mike Stuck. Freshman sensation Travis Taylor was 2 for 4 at the plate and he added an RBI to the cause. Starting centerfield Gary Smith continued to provide the Spartans with offense as he also went 2-for-4 at the plate with 1 RBI. Stuck said he is happy with his team's performance on the diamond mlss The Sheridan High School softball team bowed out of the playoff picture Thursday with a 11-3 loss to Corbett. That loss, coupled with a 3-1 loss to Amity on May 9, prevented the Spartans, caoched by Carol Grauer, from advancing to the District 3 play- offs. Corbett coach Claudia Becker praised the agressive play of Sheri- dan catcher Monica Vollman in the game. Becker reported that in the game season, her pitcher broke her hand which put her out of the playoff game Saturday against a tough Willamina team. As for the Spartans, Sheridan end- ed its season with a 6-5 league record and 8-6 overall. May 9 C, eme SIterid~ .................. 00001@0--122 Amity ..................... ~0030z--321 Battery--Heather Ridseway and Vollman. Wlmdq ~--Heather Rid~way. Hlta---Slmomton, l-for-3; C. RJdgeway, 1-for-3. Raa--H. Ridseway. Little League highlights Cemt to Ce~t 15, Willamina Drug 10. Date l~tyed: May 6. T~m llzo~l: 2-0. Art ~ Trmdd~ 19, Zimbrick Logging 12. Date Played: May 9. Tram ll~m~l: 3-0. Wim~| ~ Nicole Hutchinson. Art ~ Tr~ldatll 19, American Legion 19. Date Played: May 12. Team I~a~o~l: 3-0-1. Home run hit by Amanda KiIU~i~. ]P11~dler: Kelly Hile. They played an exdtL~ game, good hitting and fielding. Fi~t Federal i i, Corner Store 4. Date lq|tyed: May 8. Team I~eo~: 1-1. llite: 8. Hon~ runs by Brad Glass, 1; Josh Hall, 2. Triple: Jeff Blaekwell. WhtJq Pttlt~:.,Mike Locke. hi The following report was pro- vided by Harry Olmstead of llar- ry's Rod had Reel in Willamina. The springers are starting in. They're running in all area rivers. Trask River seems to be the best. Trout fishing is still good in lo- cal lakes and ponds. Halibut season started on the coast along with other bottom fish. Anglers are getting pretty good catches. For more information call Har- ry at 879-5111. lrmt Fedmd 9, Stuck Electric 6. Dote I~a~ed: May 11. Tema ilecmd: 2-1. lllU: 4. Both teams l~tyed good defense. First Federal's 3 hits in the third inning gave First Federal a6-1 lead. Throw from Rex Hall at Centerfield to Brad Glass at home plate ended the game. Winslq Piteker: Rex Hall. ~tuck Eiect~ 11, Dairy Queen 18. lt~yed: May 5. Team I~a~n~l: 1-1.1"!1~: Stuck Electric, 14; Dairy Queen, 9. Noah Fox pitched 5 innings for the victory. Matt Rahn, lining pitcher. A big 4th inning sealed the victory for Dairy Qqn. Stock ~ 6, Fn'st Federal 9. Date Played: May 11. Team ig~'o~: 1-2. HI~: Stuck P.Jectric, 9;, First Federal 10. lilts: Robert Mathis 2-for-3. Robert Mathis pitched 4 innings. Stat~ ~ 14, Corner Store 9. Dtte Played: May 13. T~m M~eo~l: 2,2. itllt~: Stuck, 8; Corner Store, 7. Josh Ashcroft, 2-for-4; Paul Hasslen, 3-for-2. Josh A~th~oft, 13enn~ Erickson and Matt Rahn combined their !~ttehing talents to defeat Corner Store. An ~ght run ~cond inning helped ~cure the game for Stuck Electric. Ill I this season. "We have played really well this year and I am fairly pleased with what we have done so far." Stuck said. Stuck wishes his team could have played a few pro-season games to get ready. "If we could have played a couple of games before the league season began I really think that we would be above .500 right now, but you never know what mother nature will do." Stuck was referring to the fact that all of his team's pro-season games were rained out. Sheridan played Tuesday at Wiilamina and they host Santiam Christian High School on Thursday. M~v ~ Gm~ ................. 1180020--1295 N~mcca .................. 1020002-- $67 ll~teff~pm and Taylor. WbJil Ptteh~--Jon Campm. ~mdaan Travis Taylor, 2-for-4; Gary Smith, 2- for-4; Wagner, l-for-2; Sisk, l-for-3; Aguayo, l-for-3; Acoff, l-for-4; Moore, l-for4. Extra lilt--Home run: Chris Acuff, thrl~run, third innh~. RBi--Acuff, 3; Taylor, Smith. I[hma---Steve Sample*, 2; Jason Aguayo, 2; Taylor, 2; Smith, Acuff, Moore, Sisk, Wagner. Sheridan's Jeremy White competes In the triple Jump finals Saturday. --Photo by Mike Petrovsky 855.26 feet; thence South 11 21' 38" West, 463.19 feet; thence South 45' East, 236.28 feet; thence South 25 18' 07" East, 430.06 feet: thence South 40o 27' 53" East, 275.00 feet, more or less, to the centerline of Yamhill County Road No. 115, said point being the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING; thence Southwesterly along the eenterline of said Road, 625.00 feet, more or less, to a point 1610.20 feet South and 694.70 feet East of the said one-quarter corner to Sections 9 and 16; thence North 19 54' 04" West, 1091.69 feet; thence South 89* 19' 56" East, 510 feet, more or less, to a point on the centerline of Ridge View Drive; thence Southeasterly along said centerline, 850 feet, more or less, to the true point of beginning. ALSO SAVING AND EXCEPTING THEREFROM the following de- scribed tract of land: A tract of land in the Northwest one-quarter of the Northeast one- quarter of Section 16, township 2 South, Range 3 West of the Willamette Meridian, Yamhill County, Oregon, more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at the one-quarter corner common to Sections 9 and 16, Township 2 South, Range 3 West of the Willamette Meridian in Yamhill County, Oregon, said point being the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING; thence South 88 42' 52" East along the Section line between Sections 9 and 16,855.26 feet; thence South 11 21' 38" West, 290 feet; thence North 88 42' 52" West, parallel with the North line of said Section 16 to a point that is South 0 48' 23" East, 285 feet from the true point of beginning; thence North 0 48' 23" West 28.5 feet to the true point of beginning. Commonly known as: 25805 N.E. Ridgeview Drive, Hillsboro, Oregon 97123. Both the beneficiary and the trustee have elected to sell the said real property to satisfy the obligations secured by said trust deed and a notice of default has been recorded pursuant to Oregon Revised Statutes 86.735(3); the default for which the foreclosure is made is grantor's failure to pay when due the following sums: Monthly payments in the sum of $1,267.43 from May 1, 1988, together with all costs, disburse- ments, and/or fees incurred or paid by the beneficiary and/or trustee, their employees, agents or assigns. By reason of said default the beneficiary has declared all sums owing on the obligation secured by said trust deed immediately due and and exact copy of the trustee's notice of sale. SHAPIRO & 4380 S.W. Portland, (503) S&M #: 89-10205 Lender Loan #: 9373144 Publish: The Sun, May 3, 1989. PUBLIC NOTICE is Public Hearing to be Willamina City Council oP day of May, 1989 at Hall at 8 p.m. The purpose of the discuss the removal of Bridge on Steel Bridge County, Willamina, OR. ~,~ All interested persons be present at said hearing" L. City of Publish The Sun, May 1989. SECOND NOTICE HEARING A public hearing on supplemental budget Willamina, Yamhill & State of Oregon, for the July 1, 1988 to June 30, held at City Hall. The hearing will 25 day of May, purpose of the the supplemental interested persons. The of Supplemental and Financial published in The Sun oP 1989. document, as Budget Committee, , inspected or obtained st between the hours of 9 p.m. Publish The sun, Got Advertise