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illamina sets hall meeting hall meeting to discuss and direction of Willa- will be held at 7 p.m. in the VFW Hall. do we grow from here?" topic, according to a Monmouth land and development consult- developers of a nine-hole on land along Steel south of Willamina, a has received a condi- Annexation of the eventual development of an RV park are goals of and a number of business people. of this meeting is to how Willamina wants to 1 where this growth should Stops Candy Wren of Willa- the birth of a daugh- Wren, June 13 Community Hospi- weighed 9 lbs, 5 oz. are Patrick and of Sheridan and Doyle Butler of Willamina. occur," Walker said. "We're seek- ing input from citizens and political and interest groups." Walker said that Bob Rindy, a field representative for the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development, will attend the meeting. In a letter to the city council, he requested the attendance of the city council, the city planning commission and others to present a "united front" to Rindy. Many in Willamina believe that a key to economic diversification is to draw traffic from Highway 18, but my the city is basically cut off from the highway. Among other things, development of the golf course and amenities in the area is expected to draw motor- ists off the highway and into Willa- mina. In the military Bob Kendall of Sheridan, a 1991 graduate of Sheridan High School, has joined the Navy and is undergo- ing basic training in Orlando, Fla. Letters should be addressed as fol lows: Kendall, C. A. R.T.C. Div. 2 C/36 Orlando, Fla. 32893-0136 Sheridan schools honor long-time teachers, staff The Sheridan school district pre- sented longevity pins and certifi- cates to 32 of its employees at an awards luncheon June 12 in the high school cafeteria. The district also recognized vol- unteers who help in the schools, announcing that plaques displaying total volunteer hours spent in each school will be installed in the build- ings. The following awards were pre- sented: Staff members receiving 25-year pins and awards were Rex Brown. 28 years; Delores Gross, 26 years; Olivia Stout, 26 years; Etienne Tschanz, 26 years; Linda Paterson, 25 years. Presented with 20-year pins and awards were Bill Warwick, 23 years; Donna Hulett, 22 years; Larry Samples, 22 years; Pauline Elliott, 21 years; Marjorie Owens, 20 years. Fifteen-year service pins and awards were presented to Gloria Hodge, 19 years; Mary Phillips, 19 years; Mike Stuck, 19 years; Lorraine ttostetler, 18 years; Jean "lhmapson, 18 years; Virginia Langley, 16 years; AI Ashcroft, 15 years; Gwen Rosenbalm, 15 years. Fourteen district employees received 10- year pins and certificates. They were Dorothy ttawk, 13 years; Itarry Shipman, 13 years; Craig Prough, 13 years; Ritchie Burkes, 12 years; RoseMary Herber, 12 years; Gary Meyer, 12 years; Doug Miller, 12 years; Candace Wolfe, 12 years; Ina Benuche, 11 years; Julia Evans, 11 years; laura Fouste, 11 years; Joan Rogers, 11 years; Anna Barge, 10 years, Diania Johnson, 10 years. First Christian Church selects new minister Sheridan First Christian Church welcomed its new minister, David T. Lowe, 45, on Sunday, June 16. Lowe and his family come to the Sheridan church from a seven year ministry with Milwaukie Christian Church as associate minister. His duties there focused on Christian education, family life and congrega- tional development. He also served with the church's Portland area council on starting new churches which includes evan- gelization among Hispanics. Prior to his service in Milwaukie, Lowe was an active layman in the Canby Christian Church. Lowe graduated from Lewis and Clark College, Portland, in 1967 and served two years in the Peace Corps as an agricultural cooperative education specialist in Para, Brazil. After working in horticulture, retail and health services, he returned to graduate school at Western Semin- ary in Portland. He received a Masters of Divinity in 1984 with specialization in pastoral ministries. Lowe is living in Sheridan with his wife, Janet, and their three children, ages 13, 10 and 8. Church services at Sheridan First Christian Church are: Bible School 9:30 a.m., Worship 10:45 a.m. and Wednesday prayer and Bible study at 10 a.m. Red or Green Leaf Lettuce Washington Grown ........................ Ea., 1-Lb. Bag Salad Mix Washed, Ready to Eat ................... Ea 1.39 00w00t 5900! ij bHo,iWOal ilia Swall a ............ FLORAL Inch Pots uets $498 Ea. Beef, . Chub ,3/s5 Ground Fresh Chicken Drumsticks /-" I V A or Thighs Sager Creek, Jumbo Pak, hF/ Southern Grown ........ V lr Lb. F: esh Pork Spareribs 3 to 5-Lb. Average ..................... $179 Lb. York USDA Choice s4!9 Wednesday, July 3, 1991, The Sun 7 GRAI00D RONDE Er By Mickey Barber 876-5060 Twelve members of Primrose Re- bckah Lodge enjoyed a day at the coast on Wednesday. They did a little shopping, had lunch at the Surfrider restaurant and visited the glass blower factory. Bob and Dot Houston, Wes and Lorraine Ashwell, Elwin and Edith Littlejohn, and Mickey Barber joined about 125 relatives and friends of Walt and Wanda Houston as they celebrated their 50th wed- ding anniversary at the Flying M Ranch on Saturday. Roy and Clara Tucker's niece and husband, Darlene and Rick Spencer, daughter Angel and granddaughter Brittany of Salem visited them on Sunday. Visitors at Roy and Joyce Zim- brick's home last week were Jack and Kate Johns of Fox and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Forst of Denver, Colo. Joe Wood's son and wife Don and Connie Wood of Rio Vista, Calif., arc visiting Joe and Nora this week. Visitors at Alvin and Geri Jahn's home this weekend were their son David and Jeri Jahn and daughters of Spanaway, Wash. JoAnn Empey of Isaquah, Wash., is visiting her sister and family, the Dick Zimbricks this week. She came for the Riggs family picnic at Champoeg Park Saturday and Sun- Kingsford Charcoal Briquets 3.19 I 0-Lb. Bag .............................. Kraft Marshmallows 59 Jet Puffed or Miniature, 10 to 10.5-Oz ........... o Western Family Coffee 369 Drip or Reg., 39 oz ......................................... BAKERY Cheese And Garlic $149 Bread ................... 1 Fruit Iced White 49 Cake ............................. Assorted. $,q) 39 Danish .................... Jumbo Assorted Muffins .......... of 4 $1 79 day. There were about 50 relatives and friends at the picnic. Dorothy Weaver is feeling better and is home after being in the hospital a few days last week. Hazel Dickson returned from a trip to California and Arizona re- cently. She visited her sister and husband Helen and Claude Maurer at Oakland, Calif. They went to visit their mother, 93-year-old Mary Thompson at Pioneer, Calif. All four of Mary's daughters and a son were there. Hazel visited her daugh- ter Jeri Bechtel at Phoenix, Ariz. Hazel's brother and wife, Paul and Margie Thompson of Nebraska, are visiting her. The S.E Logging (Steve Parren's business) bowling team, LaVema Cole, Mary DeJong, Donna Patten, team captain Laura Parren, and Phyllis Posekany attended the slate bowling tournament at Eugene Sat- urday and Sunday evenings. They did o.k. Alice Knox was bowling for another team. Several of their hus- bands attended to cheer them on--- Doc Knox, Steve and Bob Patten, and Dick Posekany. Doug and Diane O'Leary of Yaki- ma visited his parents Hugh and Ollie O'Leary last week. Hugh and Oliie visited at the DOn Olson residence in Vancouver, Wash., last week. Vince and Julie Righettini's son and wife Thomas and Linda Righet- tini of the Sacramento area visited them last week. Dick and I.eta Wade of Grants Pass visited Mickey Barber Friday. Sunday guests of Roy Blair were her granddaughter and family Mr. and Mrg Bernie Ertell and children of Arcata, Calif. Mrs. Blair accompanied them to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blair of rural Willamina where they were dinner guests. Irene Panek, one of Sheridan's civic leaders for many years and now a Seattle resident, was spotted enjoying a picnic at the city park last Thursday. She had come to Sheridan for some of those great strawberries at the Crowes' farm just off Harmony Road. Si and Marian Stanich accompanied her on the trip. Irene, a renowned cook, was in charge of the chicken barbecue at the city park for many years and also the barbecue dth'ing Phil Shed- dan Days. Sheridan EL. Club meets On June 19 the Sheridan F.L. Club 24 held their evening meeting at the home of Levema Cole. A short business meeting was conducted by the president, Donna Firestone. EL. Club made and donated red, white and blue silk flower center pieces to he used on the tables at the Golden Kitchen for Flag Day, Phil Sheridan Days and 4th of July week. Yahtzee was played, with Loisel Bride winning high score, Phyllis Cook second and Genie Reid low. Door prize was won by Genie Reid. Those attending the meeting were Kae Pratt, Margie Ellis, Ruth Davis, Marjorie Warrington, Loisel Bride, Donna Firestone, Gertie Reid, Phyl- lis Cook and l.,everna Cole. The next meeting will be Mon- day, July 8, at 7:30 p.m. at Ruth Davis's home, 11000 Gilbert Creek Rd., Willamina. Emery, Hodges tell engagement Mr. and Mrs. Donald Emery of Sheridan announce the engagement of their daughter, Marilyn Lori Emery of Garden Grove, Calif., to Patrick A. Hodges of Camp Pendlet- on, Calif. The bride-elect is a graduate of Fullerton High School and is employed as a receptionist by a Costa Mesa real estate company. The groom-elect is the son of Daniel Hodges of Los Angeles, Calif., and Gary and Judy Jones of Garden Grove. He is a graduate of a Garden Grove High School and is a corporal in the U.S. Marine Corps. An Aug. 3 wedding is planned in Del Mar Chapel at Camp Pendleton. Emery-Hodges