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Myrtle Barber 876-2842 lnals will be the lesson lie,swell at the Wednes- 9, meeting of the Fort llde Home Extension The meeting begins at n  Willamina Drop-In mun t B StreeL r awards will be present-  events will head fltmn the business The lesson will include quick, safe and nutritious meals using prepared foods and homemade mix- es. The public is invited to attend all home extension meetings which are prepared for by Oregon State Univ- ersity agents, taught to leader- teachers and then given to study groups. Workday for the Willamina Civic Club members will be Thursday, Oct. 3, to prepare for their fall OR 97396 PHONE 876-2132 " 10 AM TO 7 PM SUNDAYS Jl I 3blT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Boneless Chuck Roast USDA Choice $ 49 Red Ripe Tomatoes REI) APi'IA!: CORNER MARKET BI)NIJS C()UPON rummage sale, Friday, Oct. 4, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Donations of household items are being accepted by club members through Thursday. The kitchen chairman, Helvie Hanson, is asking the ladies to bring their homemade desserts to the Willamina Drop-In Center by 9 a.m. if possible, to sell with coffee and tea during the sale. The regular meeting of the Civic Club will be Monday, Oct. 7, at 1:30 p.m. according to Jessie Clements, president. The Dayton Christian Church will host the fifth Sunday rally for Chris- tian churches in the area on Sept. 29. Refreshments will follow the service. Willamina Christian church re- ports seven of their young persons are attending college this year. Sara Thornhill and Lance and Joy Hal- verson are attending Boise Bible College in Idaho; Tammy Morley and Kimi Floyd at Pacific Christian College in Fullerton, Calif; and Brenton Halverson and Maria Va- mos at Azusa Pacific University in Azusa, Calif. BAKERY Wednesday, September 25, 1991, The Sun 7 00ONI)E r 00J00Z00GZtQ00T_ By Mickey Barber 879-5060 Margaret Fischer went with her daughter Karen Silveira of Salem to Nampa, Idaho, to visit Gretchen and Rick Robertson and family on Thursday. Gretchen is another daughter of Margaret's. They re- turned Monday. They enjoyed the Boise Philharmonic Orchestra in which Melanie Robertson, Gret- Maple French Hard Rolls 400or$149 15for$129 Fudge Chocolate Ni t Iced Cak $3 49 Brownies g Inch, Single Layer .............. Dozen ................................................... Greenwich Game Hens Darigold Yogurt Assorted Flavors, 8 Oz. $229 25-33 Oz. Average Fresh Corn $ Doritos Corn Chips $ 15 Oz. Bag 7 5 For 39 chen's daughter, played the Viola. Berneiece Soules returned Mon- day from the weekend in Portland. She celebrated her birthday on Sat- urday at her sister's and husband's home. Elsie and Norman Davis and their son Kenneth and family also attended. Nora Wood returned Friday from visiting her daughter and husband Sharon and Jack Sisson at Cbehalis, Wash., for a week. Keith and Dana Wilson announce the birth of their baby girl on Sept. 17 at Salem hospital. Karley Rae weighs 9 lbs. She joins brothers Vincey Fagundes and Lee Silson. Maternal grandparents are Roy and Joyce Zimbrick. Paternal grandpar- ents are Allen Shirley Wilson of WiUamina and great-grandmother Made Scott of Willamina. Ed and Carolyn Ashodian re- turned recently from a 44 day trip to Alaska with their RV. They drove 6,500 miles, taking the Alaska Highway to Fairbanks, visited rela- tives in Anchorage; went to Chick- en, Top of the World Highway, caught 47 lbs. of halibut, visited Homer on the Kenai penninsula and Mt. McKinley park. They report that Dawson City is being restored as an 18th century city. They went on a ferry and enjoyed Lake Louise. The highway was very rough but they had no trouble and had good weather. The "Footsteps" program for par- ents will begin Oct. 1 at the Grand Ronde school from 7 to 8 or 8:30 p.m. each Tuesday, It is a continuous program with free child care. Primrose Rebekeah lodge held its regular meeting Thursday afternoon with Noble Grand Eloise Hulett presiding with 15 members and one guest present. Lavema Cole, the district deputy president of Prim- rose and Ethel Rebekah lodge in Sheridan, made her official visiL Billie Williams was voted to be- come a member by transfer from Illinois. Officers for the new year's fwst nomination were nominated. Pat Winkler for noble grand; Mildred Barber for vice-grand; Net- tie Wise for recording secretary; Velda Ford for financial secretary; and Lola Lord for treasm, ex. Dot Houston was chosen to be a trustee. The Past Noble Grand club of Primrose Rebekah lodge held its meeting at Micky Barber's home Wednesday afternoon with nine members present. The members played bingo. Bob and Dot I-In'ton rettmai Snday from a three day visit in Washington state. They visited Clara and Griff Griffith at Gig Harbor, Dot's brother and wife Jerry and Betty Murray at Tacoma, Bob's brother and family George Houston, daughter Julie and baby at Orting. Bud and Selma King, formerly of this area and now living in North Bend, visited Bob and Dot Houston Wednesday evening. Elana and Tom Fynn of Nampa, Idaho, visited her patents Amos and Vada Andrew for two weeks. They took Elana's brother John back with them to attend Northwest Nazarene College at Nampa. John will live on campus and start classes this week. The Jude Lehner family enjoyed a family campout near Sisters a few days last week. They took their horses and did some horseback riding. Nicole Littlejohn of Salem visited her father Doug and Ann Littlejohn and her grandparents Elwin and Edith Littlejohn on Saturday. Our community welcomes David Globun back to our neighborhood with his wife Kittie and her daugh- ter Melody. Some of the folk on Heho Road, west of Agency, were alarmed Satur- day when a trash fire got away and burned the field at David and Shar- on Good's home. It got a fence and some of their barn. The neighbors and the fire department responded quickly to put it out. Ruby Rink's son Richard of Pho- enix left Saturday after visiting her several days. Adhrine Petite has been in the Salem hospital after falling and bruising herself badly last week. She was moved to the Sheridan Care Center Monday and would like her neighbors and friends to come see her. Visitors at Dick and Phyllis Pose- kany's home Saturday were her son and wife Thom and Kimm Wright and Angela of Battleground, Wash. They helped her and Dick can peaches. Estel and Glennys Wright's neph, Chicken I I Western Family ! his mother Phyllis of Gresham visit- Bread  picnic at the cot. Noodle Soup 11 od them saty. 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