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8 The Sun, Wednesday, May 22, 1991 New Willamina FFA officers are, from left back row, Matt Dickey, treasurer; Tony Wharf/, reporter; Will Kirkham, secret- ary; Jullle Jackson, vice president; Front left, Chris Michael, president; Ed Rush, historian; Amber Littlejohn, sentinel. Willamina FFA to hold raffle at annual dinner The 37th annual Willamina FFA banquet will be held Thursday at the Willamina Middle School cafetor- ium. The ham dinner is set to begin at 7 p.m. No admission is charged for the banquet, but fund-raising raffle tick- The program includes presenta- tion of awards and a recognition of FFA members from the class of 1966. The chapter will also install offi- cers for 1991-92. The new officers are Chris Michael, president; Jullie Jackson, ets are available from FFA members vice president; Will Kirkham, and will he sold at the door. Cost is secretary; Matt Dickey, treasurer; $5 for one, $10 for three and $20 for Tony Wharff, reporter; Amber Lit- seven. Students will be raffled for a tlejohn, sentinel; Ed Rush, historian. four-hour day of labor. Chapter advisor is Roy Whitman. G.R. students honored The following students received the middle school chorus will sing positive action certificates at our some of the selections from their May assembly: Rebecca Bunn, spring program for our students. Penny Johnson, Michael Samson, On May 24 at 10 a.m. we will Amanda Miller, Valerie Logan, have kindergarten roundup. Parents Amber Spencer, Jimmy Taylor, of students who will be entering Kathy Madaris, Emery Peterson, kindergarten in the fall are invited to Marie Adams, Christina Baxter, Jed attend with their children. Students Myers, Alex Melcher and Lindsey must be 5 by Sept. 1 and must Hunt. present a birth certificate and an Two students--Natalie Tortes, immunization record. We will have third grade, and Justin Biller, first grade---have had their work pub- lished in "Reflections," a collection of student work from Yamhiil County schools. Many activities are planned for the last month of school. On May 23 a tea honoring our school volunteers at 10 a.m. May 29. Last day of school will be Mon- day, June 10, which is a change from our original calendar because it is necessary to make up one of the days we missed during the snowy weather. GE. HOTPOINT. GIBSON. ZENITH Everyday Low Prices All brands partsservice Free same day delivery Financing Available We'll haul away your old appliances 835 N. Hwy. 99W, McMinnville 472-2818 May-National Hearing Month Expand Your Listening Horizons Listening without straining lowers your personal stress in daily living. Don't put off! your opportunity to hear what you are missing. Call today for a free consultation Evergreen Hearing Aid Center "The Hearing Aid Place" 1024 N. Baker McMinnville, OR 97128 472-8850 Mon.-Wed.-Ffi. 10-12 & 1-4 Jeri Lee Merfcfe, 00tsw, acsw LiceILsed ClinicalSocial Worr and Sally J. Bur00, are pleased to announce their association in the practice of. family social work and clinical youth and child work 315 NOrth Evans, Suite 5 McMinnville, Oregon 9 7128 (503) 4 72-9 79 7 Open house Sunday for A. Mendenhall Aaron Mendenhall has been cal- led to serve a two-year mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints in Montevideo, Uruguay. Aaron, the son of Walt and Toni Mendenhall, will first go to the missionary training center in Prove, Utah, on May 29. While there, he will undergo two months of inten- sive training in Spanish. Following his training, Mendenhall, will go directly to the Uruguay mission. Mendenhall is a 1990 graduate of Willamina High School and has recently completed his freshman year at Brigham Young University. There will be an open house for Aaron on Sunday, May 26, from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Mendenhall home, 38600 Tindle Creek Road, Willa- mina. Aaron Mendenhall Worship service at college "Amazing Love," an evening of praise and worship, is scheduled for Friday, May 31 at 7 p.m. at Melrose Hall on the Linfield College Cam- pus in McMinnville. There is no admission charge. For more infor- mation about this multi-denom- inational evening of worship call 843-2353. iii Glassware Fountains Linen Chairs Silverware China Tables Bars FREE Local Delivery MAC RENTAL All You Need Is US! 2800 Lafayette Ave. 731 W. Baseline 408 W. 1st. McMinnville, OR 97128 Forest Grove/Cornelius Newberg, OR 97132 472-6223 357-RENT 538-7352 i, iiiii i i i i i i i00.!iiiii00ii00i?ii SHERIFF'S NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all whom it may concern, that under and by virtue of an execution dated May 8, 1991, issued out of the Cimuit Court of the State of Oregon from Yamhill County upon and to enforce a certain judgment, decree and order of sale duly entered and docketed in the Trial Court Clerk's office of Yamhill County, Oregon on May 3, 1991, in favor of plaintiff, HOUSING AUTHORITY OF YAM- HILL COUNTY, OREGON, to pay the sums adjudged due by said decree, to-wit: (a) unto plaintiff the sum of money owing to plaintiff in the sum of $3,490.50, together with in- terest at 10% per annum from Octo- ber 10, 1989, to and including entry of judgment, and thereafter at the legal rate until paid; (b) the sum of money owing to plaintiff in the sum of $16,500.00, together with interest at the legal rate from May 2, 1991 until paid; (c) $185.00 for a mortgage foreclosure report; $1,773.75 as rea- sonable attorney's fees, and plain- tiff's costs and disbursements of $118.00; and (d) costs of this suit and accruing costs owing, and the costs of and upon this execution, I will on Tuesday the 18th day of June, 1991 at the south steps of the Yamhill County Courthouse in McMinnville, Oregon, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock A.M. of said day, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash in hand, all the right, title and interest and estate which the defendants JOHN H. PATTERSON AND KATHRYN E. PATTERSON, and each of them, and all persons claiming by, through and under them, and each of them, had in said premises on May 2, 1991, or have since acquired in the following de- scribed real property, to-wit: Lot 7, Block 13, FAULCoNER'S FIRST ADDITION to the Town of Sheridan, Yamhill County, Oregon, according to the duly recorded plat. SAID sale is made subject to confirmation by said Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, and subject to the statutory rights of redemption. Lee Vasquez, Yamhill County Sheriff By Natalie Stutzka Deputy Haugeberg, Rueter, Stone, Gowell & Gredricks, RC., Re.Box 480, McMinnville, OR 97128, Of Attor- ney's for Plaintiff. Publish: The Sun, May 15, 22, 29, June 5, 1991. ,|n,,, Complete Printing Service available at TI 8tr 249 S. Bridge St., Sheridan 843-2312 iii i i "FRUSTEE'S NOTICE OF SALE Reference is made to that certain Trust Deed made, executed and de- livered by Connie Graham and Pau- letta Faye Graham, husband and wife, as Grantors, to Ticor Title Insur- ance Company of California, as Trustee, to secure certain obligations in favor of John A. Hebert and Norma C. Hebert, husband and wife, as Beneficiary, dated June 12, 1989, Recorded June 13, 1989, in the Mortgage Records of Yamhill Coun- ty, Oregon, in Book 233 at Page 92, and Assignment of Note and Trust Deed by Beneficiary assigning the Note and Trust Deed afore- mentioned to Norma C. Hebert, Trus- tee of the Hebert Living Trust under Agreement dated August 23, 1990, by Assignment dated August 23, 1990, recorded August 28, 1990, Book 247, Page 106, of the Mort- gage Records of Yamhill County, Oregon, covering the real property situated in said County and State, to-wit: BEGINNING at the Northeast corner of Lot 5 in the Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 1 in Township 6 South, Range 8 West of the Willamette Meridian in Yamhill County, Ore- gon; thence West 3.808 chains to a stake; thence South 2.62 1/2 chains; thence East, 3.808 chains; thence North 2.62 1/2 chains to the point of beginning. TOGETHER WITH a 6 foot wide perpetual non-exclusive easement for a pathway along the South line of Farm Tract No. 4 of Yamhill County Suwey-2200 in Section 1, Township 6 South, Range 8 West of the Willamette Meridian in-Yamhill County, Ore- gon, the centedine of which is described as follows: BEGINNING at the Southeast comer of said Tract No. 4 which is also the Northeast corner of the block House 0.5 acre tract; thence North 00 degrees 47 min- utes East, 3.00 feet along the East line of said Tract No. 4 to the True Point of Beginning; thence South 89 degrees 56 minutes 20 seconds West, 659.39 feet, paral- lel with and 3 feet Northerly of the South line of said Tract No. 4 to the West line of said Tract No. 4 and the end of said easement. TOGETHER WITH a 30 foot wide perpetual non-exclusive easement over the South 2.62 1/2 chains of the following de- scribed easement: , A 30 foot wide perpetual non- exclusive easement, the center- line of which is described as follows: BEGINNING at the Northwest "*corner of said Farm Tract No. 8; thence South 89 degrees 25 rain- Sheridan PTA names officers The Sheridan PTA has elected Martha Webb, officers for 1991-92. Austin, membership Officers are Mary Henderson, president; Tina Smock, vice presi- dent; Joyce Lonsford, treasurer; i Books Sold & Traded i 60,000 Books at 326 N. Davis Downtown McMinnville Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 10am - 5:30pm Fri. 10-7, Sat. 10-4, Sun. 12-4 Graduation Cards and from Rein Paper Products, Available at: OB 2tr r,.s WE'RE 7 DAYS 00r-e- Summer Horse Halters l/ ' Straw Hats #35; Reg: $12.95 ii  in Stock Sa,e: '10 95 20*/. OFF . Regular Price Men's - L'mited to stcck on hand Levi 501 Jl Wrangler Jeans Jeans .JL/11 for Chddren Button fly 13MWJBS (black) unique . 13MWZJP (blue) personal fit =u,u,ooo,=wu 20% OFF sale: $1 6" Regular Price Larger sizes slightly higher Limited to stock on hand Sale ends June 4, 1991 WEST VALLEY - FARMERS 342 S. Bridge Street, Sheridan onday- 7:30-6, Saturday 8-5, utes East, 5.00 feet to the True utes, at the steps of thelM Point of Beginning; thence South Courthouse, in the City of 0f =Wll 00 degrees 47 minutes West, 503 vJ,Je, County of Yamhill, G feet, more or ess. p=a,e with Oregon, se, at pub,c aue ( the West line of Tract No. 8 to the highest bidder for cash, thei__=- Northerly line of the County in the said described rellirll ' Road. which the Grantor had or RESERVING a perpetual non- to convey at the time of the exclusive 10 foot wide easement by them of the said for utility and access purposes, together with any interest the Easterly line of which is de- Grantor or his successors scribed as follows: acquired after the BEGINNING at the Southeast Trust Deed, to satisfy the corner of said Farm Tract No. 4; obligations thereby thence South 0 degrees 47 min- and expenses of sale, utes West, 172.97 feet along the reasonable charge by West line of Tract No. 8 to the Notice is further given Northerly line of the County road. sons named in Section and to that appointment of Suoces- Oregon Revised StatuteS sor-Trustee recorded on February 8, right to have the 1991, in Book 251, Page 2096. ceeding dismissed and Both the Beneficiary and the Trus- Deed reinstated by tee have elected to sell the said real entire amount due (other property to satisfy the obligations portion of said principal as secured by said Trust Deed and to then be due had no defaull foreclose said deed by advertise- together with costs ment and sale; the default for which attorney's fees at =y tim the foreclosure is made is Grunter's five days before the failure to pay when due the following sale. 0(1 sums owing on said obligations, Other than as shown ;,ll.._. which sums are now past due, owing neither the beneficiary not =-,.vo! and delinquent; tee has any actual noti ne. 1. There is a default by Grantor person having or claimii"g.. -. with respect to one or more provi- any interest in the subjeaa.l_p,s  sicns in said trust deed, which subsequent to the inter U00 ] trust deed authorizes sale in the trustee, or of any succesS#. -a R event of default of such provi- est to the Grantor, of any;l.b;)o| slons, other person in posses to 2. The defaults for which the occupying the property  ha foreclosure mentioned below is Connie and Pauletta Fay0tthe elected are as follows. 24712 SW Grand Ro,l.,,.. a. Failure of Grantor to pay Grand Ronde, OR 97347,I(- delinquent installments of Yamhill County, Marilyn , in] $202.53, due December 10, Collector, 5th and EvanS,o. 1990, and the same amount due ; ,-me ville, OR 97128; Lienhotl on the 10th of each month there- In construing this notice e after; and ever the context hereof b. Failure of Grantor to pay the masculine gend i taxes and assessments levied feminine and the neut0r, against the above-described real includes the plural, the property when due (including, but tors" includes not limited to, the 1989-90 and est to th e Grantor 1990-91, real property taxes), other person owing a By reason of said default the Ben- the performance of eficiary has declared the entire un- by said trust deed, and paid balance of all obligations se- sors in intest; the cured by said Trust Deed together includes an successor' with the interest thereon, immediate- the word "Beneficiary" ly due and payable, said sums being successor in )nterest the following, to wit: Unpaid principal balance of ary named in'the Trust $10,680.53, plus interest thereon DATED at at 10% per annum from Novem- 22nd day of ber 10, 1990 until paid. A notice of default and election to sell and to foreclose was duly re- corded on February 19, lg91, in Book 252, at Page 343, of said Mortgage Records, reference there- to hereby being expressly made. WHEREFORE, NOTICE HEREBY IS GIVEN that the undersigned Trus- tee will on Monday, the 8th day of July, 1991, at the hour of 2:00 o'clock, p.m. as established by Sec- tion 187.110, Oregon Revised Star- STATE OF OREGON, County of Marled Personally aplared named Kathleen A. and acknowledged strument to be her deed. Before me: Notary My Commission Publish: The Sun, Ma 1, 22, 1991.