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June 12, 1991

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reports Munlclpal Court June 6, 1991 James D Driving while sus- Reset for June 20. Vickie. Violation of basic rule. not guilty. Found guilty at hear- M. Violation of basic rule. bail• Mark A. No seat belt. Failed to Russell R. Disobey stop June 20. 11 Brad L. Violation of basic rule. All-school reunion Saturday The All-School Reunion again will be a feature of Phil Sheridan Days, opening at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Rebekah Hall on Monroe Street. Local hosts and hostesses will be on hand to distribute name tags. The class registers will be there to sign, and the Old Photo Album from Sheridan High School will be in place. The album has been on display in the window of the Coast to Coast Store for several days to 112 WEST MAIN STREET WILLAMINA, OR 97396 PHONE 876-2132 STORE HOURS: 8 AM TO 8 PM MONDAY-SATURDAY 10 AM TO 7 PM SUNDAYS STAMPS GLADLY ACCEPTED WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES AD PRICES EFFECTIVE JUNE 12 - JUNE 18, 1991 : Cut, FLORAL Day uets$ 98 Ea. $59a 8 ue Ham Lean $ 29 Lb. Pots -Lb. Average, Water Product Pork Half Sliced $1!9 Chops & Steaks 17 to 20-lb. Loins ..... THE CORNER STORE BONUS COUP()N spur interest in the reunion. Anyone who has ever attended any school in Sheridan for any length of time is welcome to drop in, have a cup of coffee and visit with others. The hall will be open until just before parade time and will reopen following the parade, as in the past. Faculty, past and present, are invited to come as well as parents and spouses of former stu- dents. The Pioneer Court, Bessie Blair Wirfs, Valora Lady Irwin, and Mary Stewart Fletcher all plan to spend part of the afternoon at the reunion; each of them have ties with Sheri- dan schools. The Class of 1951 will be holding its 40th reunion on Phil Sheridan Days at the home of Bill and Mary Ivie. Of interest too, is the upcoming reunion of all students who have attended Harmony School. I I IIIII Sweet White (',orn Tender, California Grown Wednesday, June 12, 1991, The Sun 7 "00W00LLA.W00 1 By Myrtle Barber 876-2842 Karen (Rentz) Brenden of Carmi- chael, Calif., is spending a few weeks with her grandparents, the Ray Barbers. On Saturday, the trio went to Corvallis to help Ivan Glass celebrate his 75th birthday with relatives and friends at the home of Sandra and Bill Johnson, Ivan's daughter. Eleven members and a guest, I I Green Bell Peppers New Crop, California Grown ............. 211,19 5-Lb. Bag Pink Grapefruit Rich In Vitamin C ..................... 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The unfinished quilt was discussed and members played bin- go after the dinner. Lucille Johnson reports her hus- band, Victor, has returned home from a Corvallis convalescent home. Sylvia Carlson is reported to be having difficulties since her recent cataract surgery. Helvie Hanson has returned home this week from an extended vaca- tion. After spending two days with friends in Salem she went to Sunriv- er to visit her son and wife, Richard and Alice Hanson. She then joined Alice for a trip to San Francisco to visit her granddaughter, Sharon Kern, and children for four days. On the way home they stopped to celebrate her grandson Brian's birthday with him and his wife in Dunsmuir. After a few days back in Sunriver she came home. 01100$ Carl Swensen Sr. Carl Swensen Sr., of Willamina, died June 4 at the Veterans Hospital in Portland. He was 68. He was born Nov. 11, 1923 in Tillamook, the son of Charles L. and Enid J. Giiliam Swensen. He married Pearl M. Samuelson Sept. 29, 1968 in RenD, Nev. Mr. Swensen's career was in the military. He joined the Navy in 1940 and retired in 1965, with an extra two years on an inactive list. He was in the Asiatic fleet at the start of WWII, and survived the sinking of two ships. He also served in the South Pacific. He was a life member of the Disabled American Veterans and a member of the Willamina VFW. Survivors include his wife; sons Carl Jr. of Sheridan, Samuel of Corvallis, Jerry Lundeedn of McMinnville and Bruce Lundeen of Salem; daughters Jean Farnsworth of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Brenda Swensen of Palmdale, Calif; brothers Orval L. Swensen of Dal- las, and Vern A. Swensen of Wash- ington; sister Dorothy L. Smith of Newport; thirteen grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Private family services were held. Interment was at Green Crest Memorial Park, Sheridan. Adamson's Sheridan Funeral Home was in charge of arrange- ments. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Asso- ciation. BeIKERY Assorted Dinner Rolls ........................... 0000.oo$119 German Ch00)cc,late $399 Calee ............................. Sailor Jacks ................... 400r$1 Ass orlled Fritters .......... Illllllll May Hazel Queen May Hazel Queen, 59, of Evexeu, Wash., died June 7 in an Everett hospital. A graveside service will be held at I0 a.m. Thursday, June 13, at the Holmes Family Cemetery, Spirit Mountain, Grand Ronde. David Nelson David Nelson of Dallas died Jul 5 in a Portland hospital of injuries suffered in a Dallas accident. He was 14. Until March, he had lived in Sheridan and was an eighth grader at Chapman Grade School. He was born Oct. 13, 1976, in Longview, Texas, the son of Dick and Jeanette Nelson. He was an eighth grader at LaCreole Junior High School in Dallas and enjoyed basketball and football. Survivors include his parents; brothers Richard and Charles; sis- ters Patricia and Tummy, all of Dallas; grandmothers Eva Wilson of Boring and Dorothy Wilson of Sheridan. A funeral was held June 11 in Dallas. Interment followed in Dallas Cemetery. Long distance selection due Allnet Communication Ser- vices, MCI, Coast International and U.S. Sprint will soon be join- ing AT&T in competing for the long distance business of local United Telephone customers. That's the word from United Telephone district manager Jim g Nelson who says approximately ........ Paper :: 23,000will receiveh°Useh°ldSinformationand businessesand : selection material slatting this Towels _- week. : "We'll be asking customers to LATA long distance calls," stated i Nelson. = Customers with questions : about the "equal access process" g should call the United Telephone Consumer Affairs Hotline at I- FIRSTTWO 12) WrHt COUPON. : 800-877-3345. The company will : ONE COUPONPERFAMII.Y PLEASE. : provide a speaker to any com- 702 COUPON GOOD JUNE 12-JUNE 18, 1991. @mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmsmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm|mmmmmmsmlP munity clubs and organirations