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S Y &apos;Tater' Smith "Tater" Smith of Willamina July 10 in an automobile on Willamina Creek Road. 22. was born Feb. 16, 1969 in the son of Larry and Magers Smith. A 1988 gin- of WiUamina High School, he a delivery truck for Pacific of Clackamas. include his parenLs Smith of Willamina and Ferrell of McMinnville; Nell Smith of Willamina Smith of El Cajon, Calif.; sister Leanne Smith of El Calif. service was held July 13 at Hollow Cemetery, Willamina. Sheridan Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Allen Ann Allen, formely of Sheri- died of heart disease at her ; home July 9. She was 51. was born Nov. 8, 1939 in Idaho, the daughter of and Imogene Hiilery Allen. family lived in Creswell and Grove, where she began and then in Pueblo, Colo., she completed high school earned a college accounting returned to Oregon in 1979, in Dallas and Sheridan, in to Newberg. ,She as a bookkeeper until she with heart disease 10 ago. She enjoyed knitting, and ceramics. ude her mother and Imogene and George of Cottage Grove; sons Ben of Salem and David Allen of daughters Jennifer Harrus Lael Billings of Pueblo, and Colleen Fraly of New- brothers John Glass of Alaska of Eugene; fourteen :hildren and several nieces. Uneral was held July 12 at 's Newberg Funeral Chapel. followed at the Dallas etery. rl Harold Buell Harold Buell, formerly of Ronde, died July 8 in Coos was 87. Son of Joe and Lois Buell, he May 12, 1904 on the in Bellevue. His wife Addle preceded him in as did his sisters Hazel and Josephine Ortman In Stevenson, Wash., Sept. Iuell was a maintenance for Murphy Logging in and Sweet Home for € Years. He worked for 20 years for Coos Trucking forced his retirement. member of the Coos Bay .Lodge. include his wifd; son, Jr. of Lewiston, stepdaughter, Linda Horroun Bay; stepson, Darrel of Simi Valley, Calif.; sister, loyer of Coos Bay; and two ;hters. request, no funeral was contributions may be South Coast Hospice, 371 Suite 218, Coos Bay, Henry Wood Henry Wood of Grand July 12 in McMinnville. 68. Was born Aug. 26, 1922, in 1, Wash., the son of Walter Waldi Wood. He married Reznicsek Sept. 7, 1966 in a cook for the from 1941 to 1963. He  Veteran of World War II and He worked as food for the Washington state of Corrections from I981, and from 1981 until in 1989 owned and Ballston store. include his wife; sons, Wood of Rio Vista, Calif., of Redmond, Wash., and Bob Parren, both Ronde; daughters, Geoann of Kirkland, Wash., Sharon of Centralia, Wash., and of Tillamook; brothers, Bob Wood and Bud tll of Everett, Wash.; Cena Hall and Burta John- of Everett, Wash.; and 10 ildren. Uneral was held July 16 at son's Sheridan Funeral Home. followed in Green Crest Park, Sheridan. I REACH 0,000 READERS EACH WEEK an advertisement In THE SUN/ 843-2312 Wednesday, July 17, 1991, The Sun 3 • '<1ti=  ....  " " ":7 " ' $ 7F_ H 1:00 5:20 G ] ..... 0niy The Lonely ........ 3:00 7:25 9:45 Fi'13 --.,4- ':i'< ", ,,J Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken • < +" " 1:00 5:20 G  .::: ........... ,  ; • .., • ,:. :,. .; ;:. , .. .... ... . .............................................................................................. Drop Dead Fred 3:00 7:25 9:45 PG13 Eudora Gilliam, left, and Eugene Hays pass by Sheridan's pioneer farming in Yamhill County and Is the first section of a newest mural, painted on west wall of Home Town Drug project that may cover most of building. Phil Sheridan Days building by Shannon Ray and Bob Ingles. The mural depicts committee paid part of costs.--Photo by Lawrence Monical. ' ..... Blood donor gives Sheridan grad I 45 pints in 11 years to give talk Truck ... ,,, on missions Load ...... By Dawn Buckholtz Hall will be only the second time The Sun Nisly has missed rolling up his On Sunday, July 21 former Sheri- 1 Correspondent, Alvin Nisly--better known by the sleeve since he started over 11 years dan High School graduate Joc M Land O Lakes kids he drove to and from Faulconer ago. He is unable to donate tomor- Hoover, wife Carol and children will Layer 100 Elementary School for 25 years as row because of an infected insect be at the First Christian Church. bite"ll-I They will be presenting their plans A 16% protein, non-medicated ration to be "Mr. Nicely"--has donated 45 to become missionary recruits with fed to pullets beginning to lay and through- out the laying cycle. $i pints of blood to the American Red be back next time," he Pioneer Bible Translators, based in 69 Cross over the past decade, promised. #220046; 50 lb. 5 Duncanviile, Tex. Pioneer Bible  Reg.$6.69 Sale That's more than 5 1/2 gallons of Nisly is living proof there is Translators, have missionaries in his blood which has been used to virtually no danger in donating many parts of the world. Land O Lakes help save the life of accident victims bl,ol,. Their training with Pioneer Bible  ' Livestock Blend othersstartedundergoing surgery. "I ve never had a single ill affect Translators begins in September in A 12'/. protein grain mix with vitamins and andI got by donating a pint from donating. I used to give blood Dallas, Tex. Joe and his wife have minerals. This blend of natural ingredients for a friend and decided it was a then go drive the bus until they bccn associated ministers with the is suited for most good thing to do...maybe I'll need it decided it would be better if I drove Church of Christ in Anacortes, adult animals. " - 2- someday," the long-time Sheridan the bus before I gave blood because Wash., for the past several years. [ #220008; 50 lb.  , resident said modesty, some people get dizzy, but I never Anyone interested is invited to Reg. $5.19 Sale "11' All except one pint has been have. hear their plans and attend the donated to the Red Cross Blood- Land O Lakes mobile every time it came to Willa- Barbara Knutson, volunteer coor- Sunday school hour at 9:30 or the mina or Sheridan. He donated the dinator of the Sheri,dan bioodmo- morning worship service at 10:45. Hig,,landi" Hog other pint during a blood drive in bile, praised Nisly s generosity. A potluck will foil(Tw the morning A 14.5>/o protein, non-medicated McMinnville. "It's hard to find donors, and A! has services at 12:30. grower ration. €1, m rl This Thursday'sblooddrive from been very, faithful...I think he s #220123; 50 lb. 4),fllO 2 to 6 p.m. at the American Legion incredible.' On honor roll Reg. $5.59 Sale "11' Two Sheridan students--Patricia Sale prices good through July 25, 1991 GROWTH. D. Fasana and Lawrence E. Schnac- WEST VALLEY • • • • kcr--reccived perfect 4.0 averages Continued from Page 1 interest a threat to the city. at Western Oregon State College in I#3 4 FARHER 5 "If they get it, they will will Monmouth during spring tenn. Yamhill County Commissioner remove the land from tax mils and Two other local students qualified 2 S. Bridge Street Sheridan • 843-3292 DeN Owens suggested a factory to give preferential hiring to Indians," for the Dean's List at the college Monday-Friday 7:30 am - 6 pro. Saturday 8 am - 5 pm. Sunday 9 am - 4 pm manufacture cement statuary. Kraig Thole said. "How will anyone in with 3.5 or better averages. They arc Jon Markusen of WiUamina sug- Willamina benefit?" Brenda K. Hostetler of Sheridan and SELL IT THE CLASSIFIEI)S! I | SELL IT THE CLASSlHEI)S! gcsted a clothing factory and use of Discussion turned from the golf Robbin M. Eddy of Willamina. CALL 843-2312 I I CALL 843-2312 the closed Conifer plant for RV course and development outside city storage and maintenance. Others limits to the nature and location of suggested developing a theme new industry. A list of ideas, from atmosphere, "Timber Town USA," manufacturin'g to extensive cottage TOO Hot TO Cook # with false-fronted buildings, mill industries, emerged as the meeting tours, "Timber Burgers" and large wore on. Family Style - Sundays X'" ' ' .---'_ signs on Highways 18 and 22 to attract visitors. V Chicken & Dumplings . / /. /< < : ,/I, / ,,t  Grand Ronde resident Kathy Gra_ Panthers meet 9(3 < i,, ,,,: ,,,,,,,1,,,,.. 7 Thole charged that the Confederated Gray Panthers will iaoid its annual Every Sunday .  ,, Tribes of Grand londe had expre- potluck picnic at the East entrance $  95 t ,'/.-,/ ,; " ..,', T:Te.y, s, ) 'ssod interest in purchase of the to WortmanPark in McMinnviileon  _ m " ' I ,J=.<-." h '' developed course and labeled the Wednesday, July 24, at noon. Children under I0 yrs. - $3.95 ")  c’</-:Y'] .1 .i X'- ) |/* YAMAHA ..... ;" Under 3 FREE .... , ..... -*-'.," 't.._,, ,<,,;\\;',J\\,{,,, ...... -" .... z -,"7-,Id7 \\;tTC Jerry Ware at the Piano Bar .... ,.. <._ t-: : ._.....',: I 7j'’:'.;.---  Mon.-Sat., 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. I,<  "' 1 ' ' ' 1 '- " THE #REEIII FROG Live Music Fridays & Saturdays featuring Wildside Band' ' July 19 & 20 and 26 & 27 Our Bands Play Top 40 - Country Rock - Some Variety • Four stroke, electric-starting engine YAMAHA • Five speed, dual range transmission with reverse gear • 8,5foot turning radius is the tightest in its class YFM250 • Shaft drive and capacitor discharge ignition are virtually maintenance free Restaurant l Lounge Monday-Thursday 9 am to midnight • All new, heavy Quty front brakes are sealed to help keep dirt 119 E. Main, Sheridan Friday & Saturday 9 am to 2:30 am , ,"R..J 1- and water out • Greater cargo capacity gets the job done faster 843-9986 Sundays 11 am to 10 pm - I $;3250 t,,a,,e, no,,,,c,,,dedl Reg. 034?9 ................ ................. ............... " ......... "" ........................... ' ................. real value 0nly*19 ........ ............. ................. . ........................ ............. 0_,,, ............ ................ ,,,. 75R0pea reel,Is ,,ilW f,’ls,nol (,' r,fl+l/r' 1,1 hl,,I dtfi.{n(I l/rfl.,q e/,i,, hi< ,hnl/lrll <lnt llX ./oid o+ O!iv’ '4@fi$ \\; / or,,1 t,O I ,'ltllf!tl(lrl (,lift, if ,, rlifhc <}!! llr,lt Nodhwesl Logging Supply ,,, 2330 Hwy. 18 472-4114 McMinnville. OR ,Ve ..> , , neWS- off the € to have The Sun delivered in your mail ;tand pri! every week of the year! PET OWNERS/ LOW COST VACCINAtiONS To subscribe to THE SUN simply fill out this coupon and return it with your check or money order. 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