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Cookoff. by cookoff rules, true cooked with various other spices ingredients, with the beans or spaghetti, strictly forbidden :may be pre-cooked, bottled sauces, beverages list of rules and an teams should contact or Greg Home, Group presi- Sheridan Municipal Court July 30, 1991 Acuff, Christopher W., speeding, fined $50; driving without insurance, pleaded not guilty. Anderson, Steven. Miscellaneous in- fractions. Forfieted $28. Ayala, Vincente. No operator's license. Fined $62. Bacon, Karren Sue. Speeding, driving while suspended. Failed to appear. Brady, Todd Henderson. Dnving while suspended. Failed to appear. Brisbois, Jeanette J. Expired motor vehicle registration. Fined $28. Bucknell, Matthew Ernest. Speeding. Failed to appear. Cardinal, Chades Michael. Driving while suspended. Failed to appear. Carter, Shawnn Yvette. Speeding. Failed to appear. Coleman, Penelope Ann. Failure to obey traffic control device.Failed to ap- pear. Daily, Shawn Michael. No muffler. Failed to appear. Ebenstoiner, Shawn Dean. Speeding. Fined $50. Ellett, Manly D Careless driving, driv- ing without insurance. Fined $1 12. Gilham, Michelle Marie. Excessive noise, smoke. Failed to appear. Guardiola, Alvin. Driving while sus- pended. Fined $241. Hernandez, Jesus. Driving while sus- pended. Fined $241. Johnson, Lee Alan. No insurance. For- feited $38 bail, Lambert, Thomas James. No opera- tor's license, expired vehicle registration. Failed to appear. Lillison, Tracy J. No seat belt. Pay $10 court costs and read book on seat belt use. Lynch, Rhonda Lee. No operator's li- cense. Dismissed. Marsh, Lila Grace. Speeding. Fined $45. Osbon, Guy William Jr. No operator's license. Fined $62. Papen, Terry Lee. Speeding. Forfieted $50. Payne, Richard. No operator's license. Failed to appear. Peterson, Julie Marie. Speeding. Failed to appear. Ray, James Emmit. Driving while suspended. Failed to appear. Wednesday, August 14, 1991, The Sun 7 G E r JUNCTION By Miekey Barber 879-5060 The children of Floyd Bunn of Salem and Ila Burger of Grand Ronde who attended the Bunn fami- ly reunion on Sunday, Aug. 4, are Anita Bunn Carlson and grandaugh- ter, Mia Gesel, Geneva, N.Y., Billy Bunn, Alameda, Calif. and Wes, his wife Mary and son Weslie Bunn Jr. of Guam. Wes and family have been visiting relatives in Southern Cali- fornia and on the East Coast. They will visit Wes' niece and husband, Brenda and Jamie Rivera in Hawaii on their way back to Guam. On July 27, Lila Swarmer attend- ed the wedding of her grandaughter Tammy Gardner of Siletz to Mark Pullam of Waldport. The wedding was in Newlx)rt. The weekend of Aug. 3, Lila Swanner went to Eu- gene and visited her grandaughter" and they went to Fern Lake R.V. court and visited her son and wife b ati Mushrooms Fresh-0000 t I TO t snow-- --b ii Crisp Slicing " I, t al Lighter 2 Salad Favorite, Local Grown ll .--, Crackers 16 Oz. 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Lupe Torres returned recently from Patterson, Calif., where she visited her sister and family. She brought her niece and nephew, Nari, 10, and Tony Ruig, 8, back with her to visit for a time. Arva Ford's son Don and wife Toni Ford left last Tuesday after visiting. Elana and Tim Flynn of Nampa, Idaho, visited her parents Amos and Vada Andrew last weekend. Robert and Nadine Eggman of San Jose, Calif., visited their cou- sins Roy and Joyce Zimbrick several days last week. Inez Tietjen and Vi Siel attend- ed a picnic last Sunday at Bothei, Wash. Vi's son Vic Whimey works for S.D.L. conslruction Co. which hosts the catered picnic every year at Shadow Lake resort and invites the workers families. They had pony rides and games for the children. Terry Lehner's parents Bob and Anita Lindquist of Redmond visited the Lehner family Thursday and took Josh and Jemmy back with them to visit for about a week. Visitors at Dick and Phyllis Pose- kany's home Sunday were an old college friend and his wife Tom and Joan Cochran of Underwxx:l, Wash. Dick and Phyllis enoyed the Polk County fair Saturday. A large group of friends from this area enjoyed the annual campout at Fern Ridge this past week. Among the campers were Dick and Violet Zimbrick, their three children, spouses and children, Connie Graves and Terri Latham, Don and Donna McMillan, their sons Dennis and friend Misty, Danny and wife Kristin, recently of Japan, Yoshiki, Chiyo, & Ynki (Japanese students studying in this country), Ann Lit- tlejohn, Brandi and friend Spring Hall, Marlene Littlejohn, Jill and friend Tearnia Aaron, Joni Wright, Dave and Claudia Thornberg of cMinnville, Jamie and Mince and Zack Gilbert and children of Port- land, Scott Blackwell and children of Salem, Tim and Patti Murpy of Portland. Estel and Glennys Wright and Veva Humphrey attended the 50th wedding anniversary celebration of Ben and Doffs Olson at Sandlake Sunday. Visitors at Gordon and Sue Dar- nelle's home last week were their grandson Gordon Darnelle and chil- dren Andrew and Gordon Jr., their friend Michelle Fellows with her children Jonathan and Matthew, all of San Diego and June Stewart of Smith River, Calif. The Methodist Church parking area has been graveled. Our community extends condo- iences to the family of James Han- son. Jim had been a big benefactor of the Grand Ronde library for years. Roy and Clara Tucker enjoyed their family reunion at Siletz at the home of Carol and Marvin Willey. Sunday evening guests of Roy and Clam were Warner and Manrine Knowles of Medford. Security Bank plans merger Whether operations of Wdla- mina's branch of Security Pacific Bank will be affected by the bank's merger with BankAmerica won't be known until well into 1992, a bank official said Tuesday. Los Angeles-based Secufty Pacific Bank and BankAmerica Corp. announced mergers plans Monday. If completed, the merger will be the largest in U.S. history. The Willamina branch is the only Security Pacific branch in the West Valley. It employs seven, according to manager Scott Cummins, who had little comment about the merger proposal. "No one has any idea what may happen," Cummins said. He referred questions to the bank's Portland marketing offices, which referred them to the Los Angeles public relation staff. Chuck LeMoine, vice president of corporate communications in Los Angeles, said details of branch oper- ations will be decided next year. If the merger proceeds, it will change the name of the bank, the fourth name at the location in the last decade. The hank 10 years ago was part of a regional system called Lincoln Bank which was sold to Oregon Bank which, in turn, was merged with Security Pacific-