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10 The Sun, Wednesday, September 25, 1991 This cowboy seems to be enjoying the bareback ride on his bucking horse during the Northwest Pro Rodeo Association finals last eekend at Sheridan;s rodeo arena. Event drew more than 2,500 spectators and hundreds of contestants. Yipee! Let "em buck! ' .... J 'i r Cowboy lands on his head after being Io bucking horse during rodeo in Sheridan last w ! A bucking horse with all four feet In the air gives cowboy a groat ride during Northwest Pro Rodeo Association finals held In Sherldan's rodeo arena last weekend. Gathering donetions for Lucky Bucks are, from left, RoseMary Herber, Mary Mize, Ann Hartman and Norma Hebert. Proceeds are going to Hebert Memorial Plaza. appointed mayor, choosing to stand with Alger in the recall election. Appointment to the mayor's posi- tion would have exempted Wooden from recall cfforls for six months.) Alger described the results as a referendum on himself and Wooden  i  , After jumping off his horse the cowboy at right tries to wrestle down a steer during in Sheridan last weekend. More than $25,000 in prizes was awarded contestants in Pro Rodeo Association finals. Calf roping takes split second timing and skill. In Sunday's competition the calves were hard to lasso. RECALL...... Continued from Page 1 personally, rather than on whether matters and noted that Wooden or not they handled the Foley matter could have avoided the election. ----Properly" "I'd as soon it was me," Alger ""It is,n't fair. We ,,w,re in it said. "I brought the problem to the together,' Alger said Why vote surface and he chose to stand with yes on one and no on the other me even though he could have been unless it's personal?" excluded. I feel badly about the Alger defended the police com- result." mittee s action, noting that person- (Wooden refused in August to be nel matters are private. "I would do it again, without hesitation," Alger said. "It's unfor- tunate that the general public & v AUTO SERVICE Complete Auto Repairs & Personal Service 305 S. Bridge Street, Sheridan 843-3324 6 am - 7 pm Monday-Friday; 8 - 5 Saturday, 10 - 6 Sunday Visa/MasterCard/American Express/Discover &Texaeo Credit Cards welcome iiii i couldn't know what we knew so that they could make a better judge- ment," he added. 1/2 131 SW Monroe, 843-3444 Saturday Leassa Rentz, @00D LUq DEER HUNTER We II see you at Willamina Meat S to process your ga delicious sausage, or steaks. Willamina Meat Sex 876-2516 1/2 mile east of Wfllamlna on Hwy.18 We also make home-cured bacon and