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.Thursday, Novemb 27,- 1980,_ Sun 7 ..... oun sa Vo; Rose colors Indian-style costume she for Thanksgiving dinner at FauIconer First graders Invltad their grandparents annual feast. Rene Yoder tikes to wear an Indian hat Thanksgiving party at Faulconer School. for lamina Inor roll HIGH TERM ROLL--1980-81 YEAR: FRESH- Estey, Susan Littlejohn, Mark Berggren, Joce- Dale Clark, Alys Turner, Cruickshank, Lori Lauman. Anne Nor- Spencer, Glynnis Strouse, Nan- Celeste Brown, 8arretC Christina Berg- Jahn, Sheree Jorge Cardenas, David Menden- See. JR. HIGH TERM ROLL---1980-81 7TH GRADE Coblentz; honorable ,, Robert Hamilton and m MON--MAT 8 - 8 NOV!28-DEC 3 100% ALL BEEF FRESH CENTER CUTS LB LB BONELES H U CK C ENTER_CU_T WASTE FREE FRESH. LOIN END PORK ROAST The handcrafted Items known as Country Christmas will be held Nov. 28-29 at the Old Gym, Willamlna E!ementary School. Hours for the sale will be 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day. Over 35 artists and crafts-people from the Sheridan-Willamina- Grand Ronde area will be participating. Among the partici- pants are both profes- sional artists, such as Ruri Sate Melssner (pot- tery), Walt Mendenhall (metal sculpture), and, annual sale of 1BIll and Nan Bolstad !(wood) and part-tlme Crafts-people such as iRandy and Ila Skyberg I(stained glass and fabric John Flans- Hannah, Kathy Spencer and mention Leith Eas- * listings , the MeMin lb empleyment Call 472,5118. CLERK, SECRETARY, 5750 Minimum 3 years business office type, file, keep agency programs, math, type 50 Formal secretary may substitute for Accounting/book- experience helpful. through Dec. 7, i ii i i i ? i iii i!il ! i iii i iil i il ii!/il/il/! / PARADE ASSORTED 8OZ KAUKAUNA BALLS 7OZ CHEE COLBY MIDGET LONGHORN 16OZ IEESE SLICED KRAFT 12 OZ AMER,PMTO,SWISS lart), Tim Blackwell (drawings), and Linda DeLay (toys and fabric Count,'y Christmas is art). A special feature of an annual holiday event the sale will Include in the area. A special baked goods from par- corner for children's play ents and friends of the will be available while ,Little School of Creative parents shop. Learn!ng ..... Yule cookbook published here COMMISSION. clients in per'~n, by or mail to arrange on delinquent ac- be able to type. on commission. willing and able to verbally abusive and grade honor roll Elementary Roll: S: Elana Andrew, Jay Brickell, Kevin Brock, Bryon Davison, Laura Hartle, Brenda Hos- Johnson, Matt Ken- AMPBEt !CREAM OF MUSH SOUP 3 IGA HAMBURGER FRESH MILLERS DOZ AA LARGE Jeey Larsen, Robert Lay- Leno, Nikki Little- Mendenhall, Gene Nokelby, Dan- Solomon Stanton, Mary Tisdel, GOLDEN RIPE tn~os, Cathy Whit- ER PINTS "These are a Few of Our Favorite Things," a :collection of special holl- day reclpes has been publlshed by the Llttle School of Creatlve Learnlng In Wlllamlna. The book Is available 'from the preschool co-op members, and wlll be Quilt drawingat Yule sale Members of the Little School of Creative Learning in Willamina have completed a queen sized quilt that will be given away Nov. 29 at Country Christmas. The quilt was made from School. Final assembly and co-ordinating of the quilt was done by Ila Skyberg. Registration for the quilt may be done at Country Christmas, or by squares sewn by individ-contacting Little School ual members of the parents. A 50 cent parent-sponsored Little donation is requested. LB LEAN CUBES OF BEEF STEW LB 189 sold at the Willamina ies, a breakfast casser- Country Christmas craft ole. A special feature Is sale, Nov. 28-29. Cost is a Christmas song passed $2.50. All proceeds will down in the "oral tradi- ibe used to buy needed tion" by Brad Werth's iequipment and supplies great-grandmother. for Little School. Words and music are Included in the collec- Included. tion are Christmas To obtain a copy of "goodies" that are, ,"These Are a Few of Our MISSION EGG MED.WiDE,EX WIDE 12OZ = : i i: : ~ iii'! ~i! i :~ii L RED OR family favorites, passed Favorite Things," con- down from grandmoth- tact Nan Bolstad (876- ers; special decorating8952) or Karen Sigrist. Items; salads, pies, cook- :(843-3878). cmu FEED SUCCESS The chili feed put on by the Sheridan Volunteer Ambulance Service was a big success. $2,200 was raised to be added to the Advanced Life Support Fund. Matching funds are being provided by the Lutheran Aid Society. Everyone that donated pies and desserts to the dessert table helped to make it successful. A special thankyou to all those people and to everyone that helped in any way with the chili feed. The response from the community was wonderful. COU NTRY STYLE :ROZ ZEALAN D LEG ITALIAN LB LB LB UCK EYE RESER'S RESERS CORN TORTILLAS LB 10Z EACH TOTINO'S SAUSAGE, WHIP ,oz MINUTE GREEN GIANT R & BRUSSEL CH EESE, 12OZ MAID 1 6OZ SPROUTS ! GENERIC CUT REG GENERIC TO.!_ ITE 4 ROLL PACK REG 85' VAN CAMP )RK & ......... 6OZ REG 45 :i, ili ii'i i i iii!i/i , ;i i/ili ii!! i' iiii / !i ii: HUNTS 32OZ BOTTLES SNOWS 15OZ C RANBERRY DRINK RoNI& REG 1 169 GOLDEN TEXAS PINK FRESH TENDER Carrie Adkinson, Aahwell, Kristine Shanti Bergel, Pat Hill, Kyla Martin, Malyn. James Reimer, Selhm SUm- Wall. Mention: Debbie Porter, Mary Sahey, Wayne LBS ' / i /i;! / LBS .... /? ii!~: ! ii FOR ii! ,/: i LB