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[Was self-employed as a r lchild_care provider and had r as a registered child-care .,  for 12 vears She founded I Sb, - " ,i116. dan Neighborhood Watch ._ enjoyed motorcycle riding le *,]vrlWork and was a member of r ty Lutheran Church. presa Lynn Jordan gie Whiting of Independence, Mo.; ill, Lynn daughters, Julia Whiting of Dallas Jordan, 37, of Sher- Thursday in Portland. and Sally Whiting Cansino, Laura v-as rn May 5, 1954, in Holmes and Cara Whiting, all of  MOnica, Calif She married Portland; four step-children; sisters, Helen Anderson, Longview, Wash., rt.M. Jordan on'June 2, 1979, and Laurel Whiting Smith, Inde- pcndencc, Mo.; brothers, Ralph Whiting, Warrensburg, Mo., and Buck Whiting, Nell Whiting and Joe Whiting, all of Longview, Wash.; and numerous grandchil- dren, nieces and nephews. A memorial service was held Sept. 21 in the chapel of Lincoln Willamette Funeral Directors, Port- land. Interment followed in Willa- l'viVors include her husband; mette National Cemetery. )uatrian of Willamina, Marc of Memorial contributions may be ", o- t =reltand Rich and Matt Hyl- made to the Salvation Army Re- Lur i, of Portland; daughters, covery Inn project, Portland. " ' " nd Heidi Jordan, both of ' ; parent.s, Robert and Lily Ices ! ' :, ,  0tSutho,lin: broth, Walter Money management riley1 ..of Victorville Cal,f., and course for women .. ,.  EVens of Suthcrlin; and two n offered in Mac ull "trices 're | ...... , ' wit! , held Monday in the Most women will spend several | " Interment was at Green years of their hves alone with sole t c ................... tMemorial Park. . responsibility for managing,,all their Wilrna Nlsly of Sheridan displays Yamllill County special i1; l_'butions may be made to me resources, including money, points volunteer award honoring service to the community. Award lair _ 'ce Medical Foundation out Judy Burridge, Oregon State was presented by the Grand Sheramina Community Service. ,ugy Nursing Fund in Portland. Ces were arranged by Adam- University Extension agent in Yam- Iogy rkshop on:;, l Sheridan Funeral Home. Genea wo rnaY That s why the Extension Service ena otJ Ila Agnes Pearson and the American Association of m01 Agnes Pearson, 86, of Wil- soringRetired aPersnSseries (AARP)of eightareweeklyspon" offered in Mac library n  rued Friday in Sheridan. workshops built around the theme A genealogy workshop will be Pat Stone, 472-1633 Others to con- 'as born July 13, 1905, in "Take Charge of Your Life by Tak- heldby the Daughters of the Ameri- tact with questions regarding the mo in i  had lived in Willamina kdll 33. She married Argus J. nt , on July 7, 1928, in Salem.  in 1981. 'e ad been a schoolteacher in 'I ma and was a volunteer i" there. She also worked on ti0ns precinct board and as a ! . a member of the Willa- ebekah Lodge. Vors include her daughters, ing Charge of Your Money." The workshops, which last about two hours, will be held each Mon- day, beginning Sept. 30. Two ses- sions will be held, one at 12:30 p.m. in Newberg and the other at 5:15 p.m. in McMinnville. Although open to all interested persons, the money management program is designed primarily for women, especially those in midlife or older, Burridge explains. The .YOns of Wiilamina, Donna workshop fee of $20 includes all k0f Harbor City, Calif., and materials. .uroker of Victor, Mont.; Those wishing to attend are asked .rice Qualcy of Silverton; to register with the Extension office qChildren; and 10 great- by calling 434-7517 or 538-7302 x iltlren. 517, or stopping by the office to ,'L ees Were held Monday in complete a registration form. n s Sheridan mortuary. t Was in Buck Hollow Job wor"s'-o-s,n p - %', Willamina. _ for seniors I Ernus Whiting Older adults interested in finding ,/ .us Whiting, a former iala_resident ' died of cancer ' in Independence, Mo., ,e lived. He was 72. born Nov. 1, 1919 in '..u, buring World War H, he i the Pacific Theatre with .'ny 81st Quartermaster in the Willamina area for 50 years. He ' construction and as a teamster and a was a member of the Pitchers Asso- America. include his wife, Mar- employment after retirement can explore their options in a series of free workshops sponsored by the Department of Extended teaming at Chemeketa Community College in Salem. Workshops will be held from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Fridays in Buildings 50, Room 117, on the college's Salem campus, 4000 Lancaster Drive N.E. The first workshop, "Introduction to Job Search," will be held Friday, Sept. 27. Other workshop topics are "Resumes and Cover Letters," Oct. 4 and Oct. 11; "Interviews and Job Applications," Oct. 18 and Oct. 25; and "Job Search and Educational Resources," Nov. 1. R S00LE KUMHO Tires, 785 Steel Belted, Radial Tires 60,000 Mile Warranty P155/80 R13 -- $44.20 P165/80 R13 -- $46.90 P175/80 R13 -- $48.95 P185/80 R13 -- $50.95 P185/75 R14 -- $54.65 P195/75 1:114 -- $55.35 P205/75 R14 -- $58.35 P215/75 R14 -- $61.75 P205/75 R15 -- $60.00 P215/75 R15 -- $62.75 P255/75 R15 -- $66.15 P235/75 R15 -- $70.90 Sale prices good through October 15, 1991. Prices include FREE mounting and balancing. "BRYANT'S CHEVRON SERVICE CENTER 692 N.E. Main Street, Willamlna 876-2054 a week 7 am to 9 pm All major credit cams accepted can Revolution on Saturday, Sept. 28 in the Carnegie Room of the McMinnville Public Library, 225 N. Adams St., McMinnville. Hours are set for 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. with a light lunch served at noon. Several genealogists will be avail- able to work individually with each person attending, so you are invited to come in at any time during those hours. Bring your materials and questions so that we may give any assistance and suggestions that we are able to do. Some books and materials not usually available will be on hand for this event. This workshop is open to the public and is given to encourage people in their search for their ancestors. Special attention will be given to women who are interested in joining DAR and children who are interested in Children of the American Revolution. Any woman is eligible for mem- bership in the DAR who is not less that 18 years of age, and who is descended from a man or woman who, with unfailing loyalty to the cause of American Independence, served as a sailor, soldier or civil officer in one of the several Colo- nies or States, or in the United Colonies or States or as a recog- nized patriot, rendered material aid thereto. Yamhill Chapter DAR Regent is workshop or regarding genealogy are Julie Jones, 472-0847, or Joanne Watts, 835-5893. Mighty Mac 5 h.p. Chipper/Shredder Model 705 SALE $7jog5 PRICE ............. /V1bl Plus ... take an additional 10% OFF 1991 SHERIDAN ENGINE WORKS 132 E. Main Skeet, Sheddan 843 -3893 I I I III Wednesday, Se Willamina police work with Scouts An o,,anizational meeting was held Sept. 23 to form a Law Enforcement Explorer Post in Willa- mina. Affiliated with Boy Scouts of America, the post will operate under the sponsorship of the W'dla- mina Police Dept. with Jim Brown serving as post advisor. Membership is open to young men and women 14 to 21 years of age who have an interest in law enforcement. More information is available by calling Jim Brown, 876-5602, or Tom Fenske, Yamhelas District Executive for Boy Scouts of Amer- ica, at 472-3868. )tember 25, 1991, The Sun 3 Senior Specials Shampo $5So0et  Perms "="/" ,2000 Sale prlces good thru 10123191 New Beginnings Owner/Operator Teddl Mlll=ap 111 SW Monroe, Sheridan 843-2484 . open I0-7 i m. 1 Invitations " Many colors and designs I i / \\;. , ( / .  to choose from. J /' /i' ;. .N.,. f,.> accessAonrineT:lemaev:,ablned l" " /. " "\\;\ " . "'. 249 S. B;;je St., Sheridan ......__ ' 843-2312 I I I I sHERIDAN PIZZA CO. Opening Sept. 25 v' Remodeled & sparkling clean! v' New expanded menu! v' Now featuring Coke products v' Open for lunch every dayI v' Family Night: Every. Wednes- day wdh special discounts! FINAL LIQUIDATION WILLAMINA DEPARTMENT STORE 125 W. MAIN WILLAMINA, OR