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i onors ail 0 pen Wednesday, May 31,1989, The Sun 9 RO E Er , rrembers and nine ,--t the Spirit Mt. of the Clark family to a bit early, the 88th Cark. were let two daughters, Betty. and four of her six Archie, David and Walter, Jim and Albert of Alaska were unable to attend. Also present were eleven of her twenty two grandchildren, twenty of her thirty two great grandchildren, and one brother, Walter Smith. Thirty-five immediate family members were unable to attend. SAVE A LOT! TIDE NT 147 OZ REG., BLEACH, UNSCENTED REG. $9.19 2 UTER BOTTLE DIET PLUS DEPOSIT FRESH GREEN GREATSERVEDFRESH WITH ADIP! RED BEAUTY Yamhill County officials opened bids last Tuesday, May 22 for construction of an addition to the Yamhill County Jail and Sheriff's Office. The apparent low bidder was Elliot-Jochimsen Construction of Salem. Their bid for the basic construction project was $2,711,110 Other bidders included Marion Construction of Salem, Robinson Construction of Tigard, Triplett- Wellman of Woodburn and Modjeski-Mullican of Bend. Bids are now in the evaluation process to insure that bidding conditions have been complied with. Formal award of bids is expected to occur at a special board session on June 5th. Yamhill County voters approved a $2,995,000 bond issue for the jail addition in September. By Miekey Barber Primrose Rebekah Lodge held their regular meeting on May 18 with Noble Grand Shirley Jacobsen presiding andfifteen members present. MarjSeafirth with a delegation from Monmouth Rebekah Lodge plans to visit at our next meeting, June 1. We will have a cake walk. Our lodge is planning a fun day for BEST FOODS 32 OZ FIRST 1, WI' PURCHASE 1989 DARIGOLD PILLSBURY PLUS 18 OZ PINT DEVILS FOOD, GERMAN CHOCOLATE, YELLOW, WHITE REG.$1.29 SAVE A LOT! WESTERN FAMILY BUTTEN 1 60Z CUBES SAVEALOT! \ WESTERN FAMILY REG.$2.15 10LB BAG REG$389 REG, UTE 12-12 OZCANS PLUS DEPOSIT SAVE ALOT! ATTA BOY 40 LB BAG REG.$13.29 FOR RED OR GREEN LEAF SINGLE WRAP KRAFT AMERICAN SWEET & RIPE L IMO IMITATION WESTERN FAMILY CHEESE ..... ..... ..... PARKAY VEGETABLE OIL 16 OZ all our members on June 27, to tour the Paul Jensen Museum of arctic Alaska artifacts at the Western Oregon State College at Monmouth. Meet at 10 a.m. at the museum, 590 West Church Street or car pool. We plan to have lunch together in Monmouth after the tour. Seven of our Rebekah members and one associate member attended the Rebekah Lodge State assembly meeting at Seaside, May 22 to 26. The attenders were the new jewelry state chairman, Nettle Wise and her assistant Shirley Jacobsen, Theda Wright, Edith Littlejohn, and the two delegates from Primrose Lodge, Lola Lord and Mildred Barber; Pat Winkler and Marj Cooley were delegates from Ethel Lodge in Sheridan. Visitors at Wayne and Lorna Sniffen's home this holiday weekend were Wayne's cousins Myra Ward, her grandson Nicholas and her 92-year-old Mother Myra Spencer all of Gresham and Wayne Jr. and Kenny were home from college. Inez Tietjen came home Friday, having had by-pass surgery several weeks ago. Her daughter Vi Sieter of Washington State is staying with her for a time. Dean Houston, on leave from the Marine Corp. visited his grand- parents, Bob and Dot Houston Sunday. He received several medals recently and will be going to Okinawa for a year. Congratulations to Ann Lindberg who graduated from Linfield College Sunday with a B.A. degree. Her parents, Jim and Lucie Lindberg had a reception/open house in her honor at their home Sunday, following the graduation ceremony with lots of relatives and friends enjoying the occasion. Denice Jahn of Bremerton visited her parents Alvin and Gerrie Jahn over this holiday weekend. Alvin, Gerrie, Denice and Russell Jahn, Barbara, Alicia and Chris Rupp attended Randy Jahn's men quartet "Day Break" performance at Salem First Nazarene Church Sunday evening. Alexander and Alma Murray attended their grandson Neal Wien's high school graduation ceremony on May 22 in Boise Idaho. There were 430 graduates dressed in their black and gold school colors. Murrays' visited their daughter and family, Lilian and Rod Wiens several days. Roy and Clara Tucker's cousins, Earl and Betty Bass of Groverland, Calif. visited them last Monday and Tuesday. On Sunday Tuckers entertained some of their family and friends. Bob and Judy Park of Cloverdale, Ray Tucker, and friends, Ken and Vicky Bogkin and boys with some friends from MeMinnville. Brenda Dilger and daughter Bethany of Yakima, Wash., are visiting Brenda's parents Euell and Mary Ogden. Jude and Terry Lehner and sons visited Jude's mother Dorothy Lehner in Salem Saturday. Jude's brother and family Casper and Susan Lehner and son Casper Shawn of Salem visited the Lehner family Sunday. Ernestine Sumpter returned home last Sunday from visiting her daughters in Portland for ten days. Her daughter Dee Scott went fishing with her husband, so Ernestine helped the other grandmother care for Dee's two little girls. Ernestine spent Mother's Day with another daughter and family, Ruth and Bob Boland. The Scott family came this Saturday to see Ernestine and the Boland family came on Sunday. They went to see Janet and Jim Evans at Dallas. Ernestine was pleasantly surprised when a childhood friend, Pat Riley of Albany whom she had not seen for years stopped to see her on Sunday. Visitors at Renny and Mary otjen's home Sunday were Sarah DeYoung, formerly of Grand Ronde, now living in Eugene and her fiancee, Don and Karen Smith of Bend. House guests of lla Burger of Grand Ronde for the weekend of May 27-29 were two nieces, Marie Hobson and Melody Salvador, and Melody's daughter, Stephanie of Seattle, Wash.; Becky Bunn of Elk Grove, Calif.; a nephew, Ed Henderson of Eugene and his son Tim of Vancouver, Wash. Other house guests during the week were Ken and Edna Bunn and family of Elk Grove, Calif.; their daughters Selene Thayer and children of Grand Ronde; Stephanie and Chance Wolf and daughter, Tiffany of Halfway, Ore.; Howard and Verna (Surgeon) Owen, of Sultan, Wash.; Bob and Jan Surgeon of Othello, Wash.; Bill and Cammie (Surgeon) Stolz and son Christopher, Calvin and Patty (Surgeon) Payne of Seattle, Wash. Also from Seattle were Leonard and Sharon Salvador and daughter, Jessica and Phillip and Maryanne Salvador. John and Marge Henderson of Sheridan and Russ and Kristi (Burger) Osborne and son Dexter of Grand Ronde. And Floyd Bunn of Salem. On Sunday, May 28 they attended the S3rd anniversary Surgeon Family Reunion, and Memorial Day picnic at Mac Park. here were 91 persons attending the reunion, including some from Idaho, as well as the states mentioned above. A very good time was enjoyed by all.