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4 The Sun, Wednesday, June 26, 1991 Library extends checkout time The Sheridan public library is responding to borrowers requests for a longer checkout period for books and magazines. Beginning July 1, you can keep these items for three weeks. "It's not uncommon for a book to be 700,800, or 900 pages long these days," said librarian Toni Rose, "and when a popular novel accumu- pose any problems for the library? "Not really," Rose explained, "many libraries have had the three- week checkout period for years. Sheridan is just keeping up." The fine policy stays the same, said Rose. "We don't charge Sheri- dan residents fines on Sheridan library books. There are fines on books borrowed through our library from most of the other libraries in Judy's Barber & Styling Tanning & Toning Welcomes Teddi Millsap mmmmmnmmmmmmmmmmmmnmmm lares a waiting list, two weeks isn't the Chemeketa Cooperative m , long enough to get the b,,k fin- Regional Library Service system, , ,.,eecial with Teddi Only! ishedDoesandthereturnedextendedincheckouttime, time thethugh'checkoutand thesedeskra,,tes are posted at  Perms...=2 5  m Reg. =29.95 & up (long hair extra) ". Summer fun at Sheridan library m Haircuts...s5 =m" -- Summer reading fun is back at the this summer can receive a certifi- I Reg. $6.50 m Sheridan public library, care from the State Superintendent I IB Augle Frownfelter receives Wlllamina FFA Distinguished .. of School. m Free Facials  L" ;,3)' Service Award from club president Chris Michael. The. month of July is ,,Summer Library__ hours are Tuesday-Friday im by ,-,,,,,,,l ,, ,*-""1"*m"n" I EI|, Reading for Kids Month. There 2 to 8 p.m.; Saturday 10-4. , movie 11 honors Frownfelters wi U .,, s,o. i Walk ins Welcome F p.. rary ocated at 142 I 280 D Street, Willamina 876-5535 Augie and Betty Frownfelter, ful. Your leadership is an example ano acuwttes tor cniloren, pros m The lib is ! owners of Red Apple Corner Market more should strive to develop,' Wednesday movies are back. Chll- NW Yamhill St., across from city Prices good with coupon only -- Expires July 10, 1991 __ in Willamina, have received the Michael added, dren who read 10 or more books hail. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Distinguished Service Award from America.the Willamina Future Farmers of        Chris Michael, FFA chapter presi- dent, presented the award last week at the Kiwanis Club meeting in Willamina. "In the 14 years that you have operated The Corner Store, the FFA and Willamina community has ben- ity !nvolvement and forward think- ing,' Michael said in presenting the a. 'You have supported the county fair auction and coundess 4-H and FFA members are extremely grate- Nola Nadine Williams t /! Nola Nadine Williams of Sheri- 6 e" dan died June 18 in the Salem She was born Dec. 5, 1913 in Sedgwick, Colo, the daughter of Robert and Delilah Sides Ireland. She married Lawrence Ray Willi- ams Sept" 17' 1933 in Nrth Platte' i  " Neb. He died in August, 1990. The couple lived at Cripple Creek, Colo., moved near Willamina in 1942 and to Sheridan in 1948. Mrs. Williams was a homemaker. She was active in the Mothers' March of Dimes and loved to cook and sew. She was a member of the First Christian Church of Sheridan. Survivors include her sons, Gary I of McMinnville, Kelly of Spring- field and GaOr O1' Seattle, Wash.; sister, Opal Eaton of Imperial, Neb.; and four grandchildren. A funeral was held June 21 at Adamson's Sheridan Func, ral Home. Interment followed in Green Crest Memorial Park. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Yamhill County. Harry Allen Turner Harry Allen Turner of Grand Ronde died June 17 in a McMinn- ville nursing home. He was 78. He was born Feb. 25, 1913 in Addle, Idaho, the son of Nathaniel and Stella Bailey Turner. He mar- ried Weltha Irene Dill on Dec. 22, 1972 in Reno, Nev. Mr. Turner served with the United State Army from 1929 through 1932. He worked as a heavy equip- ment operator. Survivors include his wife and his brother, Francis Turner of Rock Port, Wash. Private services were held at Wil- lamette National Cemetery, Port- land. Adamson's Sheridan Funeral Home was in charge of arrange- merits. G. Wooden marks 80th with party By Dawn Buckholtz Correspondent, The Sun Goldie Wooden of Willamina, embraced by about 100 close friends and family members, cele- brated her 80th birthday Saturday at La Maison Surrette in McMinnville. The party was hosted by her children, Joy Voorhees, John Sur- rette and Judy Kaufman. Her first husband, Clifford Sur- rette, died in a shipyard accident in 1944. She moved to Sheridan and married logger Albin Lundin, run- ning her own beauty salon for 13 years. In 1975 she sold the salon and married Wayne Wooden. Although retired, she manages to stay busy with travel, visiting friends, playing pinochle and doing family members' hair. Asked to reflect upon her loudest memories, her thoughts on Sunday had a central theme: "Friends, fam- ily and good health." She added: "I have lots of good memories_I've been richly blessed in my life." 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