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value. Also $250 in da- reported to vehicles property. The report suspects in the case and was turned over to the office for possible prosecution. The investi- at 4:37 p.m. to a report was parked at a resi- Road. The sto- being sought by the Police Department, when deputy arrived. Assisted a landlord in t from a resi- dence on NW Willamina Drive at ap- proximately 11:45 a.m. May 18: Investigated a report of a chainsaw stolen from the basement of a home on Gilbert Creek Road. The matter was investigated at 12:22 p.m. The case has been suspended. May 19: Cited Lori Ann Meyer, 29, of Vancouver, Wash. and charged her with possession of less than an ounce of marijuana. She was found in a pickup truck parked in the 41000 block of Fort Hill Road at 9:35 p.m. May 21 : Received a report of a sin- gle automobile accident at milepost 29 on Highway 18. No injuries were reported. The time the accident oc- curred was not reported. Quartet sings at church fete The Sojourners, a male quartet from the Clackamas, Oregon area, will present a concert at the Sheridan Seventh-day Adventist Church, Saturday evening, May 27, at 7 p.m. Studenthonored Andrew Jenness of Grand Ronde, a junior economics major at the Univ- crsity of Oregon in Eugene has been honored by the university for scho- larship. pen Memor am - 7 pm LEAN ALL BEEF FAT FRESH LOCAL PORK LB THESE ARE GREAT BBQ I WESTERN FAMILY :lED Ballston 4-Hers plan bake sale The annual Ballston 4-H Rummage Sale and Bake Sale will be held on May 27, 25 and 29 from 8 a.m. to b p.m. Proceeds from the sale help provide 4-H scholarships for community 4-Hers. The location has been changed this year. It will be at the Ballston Community Hall. Melanl Lux, Reporter Wednesday, May 24, 1989, The Sun 9 GRAND RDNDE Er By Sharon Palanuk Lester "Tom" Snead was found dead in his bed Monday morning by Nick Palanuk. Tom and Nick had been the best of friends for many years. In fact, Tom was living on a piece of Nick's property when death came. Tom had a real talent for woodcarvings, building from his own dreams and especially he was good WITHcouPON BONELESS USDA CHOICE LB at building workable water wheels. Richard and Linda Weaver had a chilling experience as they had just gone a short ways down the road from their home near Grand Ronde Agency Store Thursday around 6 p.m. They were on their way to the Willamina High School to watch their daughter Tanya get an award. They were quickly flagged down by Robert Ash and his friend, telling the Weavers their car was on fire. The Weavers quickly jumped out and help was called, but the time the fire engine arrived the Weavers' little car was pretty well burned up. Fortunately, no one was injured. The Grand Ronde Indian tribe had a mini pow-wow Tuesday night at the local elementary school. The Grand Ronde S.D.A. School held a picnic and playday at Buell Park Wednesday. The weather was fussy but the kids had lots of fun. The Grand Ronde S.D.A. School is now free and clear of all debts. All loans have been paid off. The school has now been dedicated through religious services, musicals, and history of the school. By F|oy Blair Wednesday evening guests of Mrs. Ada Swartzendruber were her granddaughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Nevin Danner and children of Peoria. Mr. and Mrs. Rod Overstaller of Coos Bay were Saturday night and Sunday guests of her mother Mrs. Lexie McKnight. On Saturday evening Mrs. McKnight and guests and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McKnight and Mr. and Mrs. Ron McKnight all gathered at the home of Mrs. Ruth Burman in Willamina for a family dinner, and Sunday the same group enjoyed breakfast at the Deer Park. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ridgeway were guests Sunday of their granddaughter Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Barker of Tualatin. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Ridgeway and Chris of Sheridan, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wymore and Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Halseth and Terry and Theo Romoritz all of Salem. Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Guyton were Mr. and Mrs. Mac McGregor (Peggy Fry) of Coos Bay. Sunday afternoon guests of Floy Blair were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Fletcher. Monday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Guyton were Mr. and Mrs. Eric Pearson of Bellevue, Wash., Mrs. Pearson is Mrs. Guyton's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Weirich of McMinnville were Sunday afternoon guests of Mrs. Ada Swartzendruber. There were four tables of play at the Friday afternoon pinochle party at the American Legion Hall with high score going to Ed Hagan, second high to Dorothea Watts pinochle to Goldie Smith and Edith Huntley, and Ray Crantford won the door prize. There were five tables of play at the Saturday evening card party with high going to Margaret Beebe, second high to Luella Daniels, pinochle to Dorothea Watts and Marvin Widness, fifteen hundred trump to Lee Derby and Lou Mishler, and Floy Blair received the door prize. RIPE, PITTED 6'/= OZ EA SAVEA LOT HEARTY CHUNKS, SAUCE CUBES 40 LB DRY GREAT FOR YOUR MEMORIAL DAY PICNIC RED LB LB SNOW FRESH PLUMP WHS to hold FFA banquet The annual Willamina High School Future Farmers of America dinner is set for Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at the middle school cafeteria. Community members, local busi- nessmen and FFA parents are invit- ed to the banquet which features prime rib. FFA members will be recieving awards and the guest speaker is Polk County Commissioner Mike Propes. The FFA will also be installing its 1989-90 officers. The annual plant auction and stu- dent auction is scheduled after the banquet. The student auction allows businessmen to bid on student ser- vices for summer work. BUNCH LB Job help for veterans told An outreach program will provide military veterans in Yamhill County with better access to job referrals and labor market information. Tom Honey is the Outreach Veterans Representative for the State Employment Division Office in McMinnville. He will be located at the Willamina City Hall on the first, third and fifth Wednesdays of each month from 9 a.m. to noon. Veterans in the Grand Ronde area can arrange to visit at the Grand Ronde Tribal Council Office on the same days from 1 to4 p.m. He provides labor market information, job referrals and a knowledge of where Veterans can receive current information on benefits and entitlements. Veterans and employers who would like more information about the Outreach Program can call the Employment Office in McMinnville at 472-5118.