Newspaper Archive of
The Sun Paper
Sheridan , Oregon
May 31, 1989     The Sun Paper
PAGE 10     (10 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 10     (10 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
May 31, 1989

Newspaper Archive of The Sun Paper produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

8 The Sun, Wednesday, May 31,1989 By Floy Bhflr Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Bride returned home Wednesday from a trip to Campbells Port, Wis., where they attended a 7S-year celebration of the Franciscan Order of the Catholic Church of which Mr. Bride has two aunts who have been Nuns for 75 years. There were eleven family members from Oregon who attended the celebration. Mrs. Alice Pier and family of McMinnville were Saturday guests of her mother Mrs. Ada Swartzen- druber. Viola Boyer of Tangent was a Saturday guest of her mother Floy Blair while here the two ladies attended to work at the cemeteries, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Smith of Pasco, Wash., were weekend guests here of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ross Daniels and other relatives. Mary Gladys Brannon who has been visiting here with her son Charley Fry and family for two weeks returned home over the weekend. Marg Cooley and Pat Winkler returned home Friday evening from Seaside where they attended the annual meeting of the Rebekah Assembly of Oregon. Sunday afternoon guests of Floy Blair were her nephew and niece Mr. and Mrs. Buford Hayes of Deer Island and her granddaughter and husband Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kinsey of Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Swartzen- druber of Rickerall were Sunday guests of his mother Mrs. Ada Swartzendruber. There were five tables of play at the Friday afternoon pinochle party at the American Legion Hall with high score going to Barbara Bucknell, second high to Laura Holdgrafer, pinochle to Veola Bieker Northwest Forestry Association, has and Frances George, and Thelma Wallace received the door prize, pledged his support for a solution to There were six tables of play at the Oregon's timber supply problem. Saturday evening card party with "I'm going to fight to make sure Linda Green receiving high, second that timber off of our lands goes first high went to Floy Blair, pinochle to to Oregon mills, American mills, not Lou Mishler and Linda Green and overseas. Secondly, I'm going to Ray Crantford received the door fight to make sure that the dominant prize, use of our forests is to produce im er OregonSenatorBobPackwood, in 'thedominantuse(offorests)is jobs' a videotaped address to the ' reasonably priced lumber in "We can still have fish and wildlife American mills .... " Packwood said. protection, and rangeland, and Packwood observed that the watershed protection. But let's make protection of old growth forests is a sure everyone understands the regional and national issue, and that dominant use is jobs, and reasonably the timber industry must help build a priced lumber produced in American national coalition to find a long-term mills from American timber," solution. Packwood said. ~ %~!ii%! : ~il