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morning p.m. m the ................................ of Wiliamina is Chambers, City Hall, 411 NE. By Floy Blair Extension Workshop meeting (Is for the pur- "C" St. Comments may be On Thursday Nov. 20 close in McMinnville on pressure is( line for city made in person at the time of The gasoline hearing or in writing by 5:00 family members and friends sauce pan ~8 . 1 :of the city include p.m., December 11, 1980.gathered to help Mr. andMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth ethyl and non-leaded.Judie Scott Arnold Hostetler celebrate Knutson and Trudy attended of the bid City Recorder their 25th wedding anniver-the Stayton High School January 1, Pub. The Sun Nov. 26, 1980 ~ say which was hosted by their Student Body play Saturday December 31, daughters Jennie and Pam. evening in which their grand- bids will be PUBLIC NOTICE Mr. and Mrs. Richard son Peter Smith had a role. until December 11, The City of Willamina has Ridgeway were Saturday even- Mrs. Waiter Bucholz and DO p.m. with bid available for public inspection ing dinner guests of their son her cousin Mrs. Alice Wertz of ~ be conducted at thea copy of the report ontheuse and daughter-in-law Mr. andMcMinnville went to Van- council meeting of of general revenue sharing Mrs. John Ridgeway to helpcouver, British Columbia, for a t 11, 1980~ludie Scott funds for the fiscal yeartheir granddaughter Christina short vacation last week. 1979-80. This report is avail- City Recorderable for inspection at the celebrate her 7th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Stacy Kilmer ~Sun Nov. 26, 1980 Willamina City Hall, 411 N.E. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jones visited Saturday and Sunday. NOTICE OF "C" St. from 12-1-80 through returned home from a trip to with their daughter Mrs. Fred , PUBLIC HEAUNG 12-5-80, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Utah and Idaho. in Utah they Jenkins and family at Prine- kty of Wiliamina will This statement is in compli- visited with Mr. and Mrs. E.J. ville. a public hearing onance with revenue sharingLayton at Layton, Utah, who A number of Sheridan I ~r of a rate increase regulation 31 CFR 51.12showed them around the great people attended the funeral of by Sanitary Service to (1977). Salt Lake and where they Geroge Krumdick in McMinn- colletion rates within Judie Scott attended an organ concert at viile on Saturday. Going from ts. The matter is City Recorder the Mormon Tabernacle, andhere were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar on December 11, PUb. The Sun Nov. 26, 1980 on their return trip they visited Lentz, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard for musical era and dan- invited to for Gallery Major roles Include five men: the Modern Major-General, a bari- tone; the Pirate King, a friends in Parma and McCall, Idaho. Friends here of Mrs. Dorothy Lavender will be glad to hear that she is ~'ecovered enough from her recent illness to be in Salem with here upcoming pro- of Gilbert and "Pirates of Open au- for the musical be held Sun- 30at 3 p.m. Deo. 1 at 7 Auditions will be at the United Church in Inville. daughter, Mrs. Robert Mad- bass/baritone; Sam, a sen and family. baritone; Frederic, a Mrs.Betty Siplinger and tenor; and the Sergeant, a basslbarltone. There are also five major roles for women: Mabel, a soprano; three other wards, all messo- sopranos, and Ruth, an alto. A chorus of from 8-12 people will also be used. RODEO VOLUNTEERS NEEDED would like to volunteer their help, or would like to suggestion on how to make the Phil Sheridan rodeo a please contact John Stearns, co-chairman, rodeo or write P.O. Box 841, Willamina, 97396. Mrs. May Ridgeway recently attended a Mill Creek Home Muller; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Brandt; Mr. and Mrs. Richard DeJong; Mrs. Kenneth Kn - son; Mrs. Melvin Morris; and Mrs. E.A. Brandt. Mr. Krumdick was a former Sheridan resident. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ridgeway visited Sunday in Salem with their daughter Mrs. Bruce Halseth and family. CONSERVATION PROGRAM OPEN Applications for the agricultural conservation program are now being accepted at the Polk County Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, 124 SW Walnut Ave, Dallas, OR. Funds are available for establishing permanent seedings, ponds, tree planting, water ways, pipe drops, animal waste projects and other conservation measures. The county received an initial conservation program allocation of $50,618 with the balance scheduled for later, according to Elmer Bork, chairman of the Puik County ASC committee. The ACP is designed to save soil, conserve energy and water, improve woodlands and eliminate pollution in lakes and streams. Farmers who apply for the program will receive federal financial assistance for up to 75 percent of the cost to help them meet the most critical problems. WORLD'S LARGEST TRANSMISSION &i MILES OUT OF YOUR T YOU Your,transrl~+iS~i~ ~s the power from your ChOline tq yOu~. It ~ll~ =xtramely complicated piece of ~ngineertn~', with nearly 400 working parts that must Operate with intricate precision. Both heat and cold can have a very damaging effect on your transmission. However, despite the extremes In weather, and the additional stress and strain they place on your transmission, it can be protected. The proper maintenance and care of your transmission is essential and, yet, is easy to ignore. The following tip will explain how to protect your transmission. Thursday, November 27, 1980, The sun+! Large puddle in alley behind Sheridan stores on Could it be he--or she--was trying to escape East Main attracted this quacking fowl last week. from a Thanksgiving table? ENERGY WORKSHOPS FOR FAIIM]gI~ Thinking of putting up a windmill on the fimm, or possible constructing an alcohol still to make use of some of the grain? By Olive Tlmyer members helped to institute Before you take the leap, think about what you need to look into Ethel Kelly led the program the local Primrose #184. before you make some big mistakes. at Fendall Extension held last Geraldine McNamar and her Two workshops are scheduled to cover two basic questions week. She talked on "Slim- sister Wilma Yocum qualified that will have to be answered, reports John Bm't, Oregon State ruing Tricks." Sue Bain also for the 60 year pin. LeotaUniversity Extension Agent, Polk County. Both will be held at presented information on care Noreen also was presented a the Polk County fairgrounds, 7:30 p.m. Dec. 2 and 9. of a car. She talked about 60 year pin. Mary Smith, 50 How much energy do I need and how much can I pmduee will "Battery Cables." She plans years; May Norris, 40 years; be covered Dec. 2 in the first workshop titled, "Farm Energy to present something every Alberta Smelser, 40 years.Audits." A Willamina area farmer, Rick Kirkham, recipient of month. The club is preparing Altogether these ladies have an Oregon Department of Energy grant to do an energy audit on for the Christmas meeting to totaled 394years of service. A his farm will be the principal speaker. Information and be held on Dec. 11 at Fendall. program was held of skits,worksheets for doing an energy audit on your own farm will be Mill Creek will be guest, ltwill special memories about thehanded out. Topics covered will include site analysis, be a potluck meeting with gift special members, and songsmeasurement, inventory and feasibility. exchange. Small Ch.ristmas by Nettle Wise. A closing The second workshop, Dec. 9, will cover the costs of tree decorations can be prayer and reading "Unity is alternative energy systems, and how to determine the economic brought also. Members are all Strength" by Olive Thayer payback periods of these systems and is titled, "Economics of asked to participate in the followed by refreshments in Alternative Energy." Dr. Jim Cornelius, OSU Extension table the Extension will have the dining room. Edith Little- Marketing Specialist, will present the information and will cover at theCraft SaleonDoc. 5-6in john was mistress of cere-such systems as alcohol stills, windmills and micro-hydro Wiliamina. Plants, foods, or monies; she was assisted by systems. crafts will be donated for sale. the committee, Lois Durham, For more information contact the OSU Extension office in Polk Primrose Rebekah Lodge Lois Lord, Theda Wright and County, 623-8171, 363.2353, or 838-0580 (all Ext. 282). #184 met for its regular other members. Eunice Gus- meeting on Thursday evening, tafson gave the opening Membership pins were pre-greeting~ail. ~: .~ .......*- ~ ~:,,~ ....... ~ +l~mt4dlml ~ ~:~ " ..... ~ sented to five members :', present, one to Mary SmithOn Monday of last week Sheridan Garden Club will meef-Monday, Dec. I at 2 p.m. at had already been given at her Mike and Verda Fetch left on a the home of Lucille Belieu, 966 :E. M~II~ St. The topic, home, another for Geraldine trip to celebrate their 46th "Christmas in Germany," will be presentekl by the hostess. McNamar who could not wedding anniversary. TheyThere will be a gift exchange. attend due to illness in the traveled down the coast and family. Amy Fox was queen of stayed overnight at Bandon. SEI]BRIDAN EXTENSION the evenin as she was They had dinner at the 3 Sheridan Extension Study Group will travel to Salem Friday, presented ~hge70 year pin for Gables Restaurant. They then Dec. 5 to attend the Christmas Greens Show and for a luncheon belonging to Rebekahs. -She went to Myrtle Point to visit meeting and gift exchange had joined the order st Mike's sisters--Bill and Mary Those planning to attend should meet at the Nazarene Church Sheridan when she was 18 Axe; Ann l~lichel, and Kathryn at 9 a.m. for car pooling. After the Greens Show, the group will and she with other Train. meet at Carrow's at 1 p.m. for the luncheon meettn8. the IS WEEK'S TIP More miles from the start. Your transmission can work very hard, but it won't take abuse. When you put ,your car in gear, do it gently. Never race the engine in Neutral or Park, and then drop the transmission into Ddve. You may damage your transmission. If your car stalls when placed in gear, have your engine idle adjusted higher. a transmission 100 ustomer satisfaction 100% of the time mr web m olek tmnende4don to you AAMCO Tmnemiselon ylmrleff to eto clemlm'. We'd Hke Io ItN all lllmd 8o If yau imepeot emmethlng's wnmlg with y@ur tmne. Iwe me mine ~ Ihe mkqle eo look mvl listen lot. Cheek Ihe r tolmarow. NO o ke you ~mkim~ kJk~ m im n Dram Ifm m~lm ~ like Ws Ii~nS, lint IM ~ ilmma't mepeecrt O. le l~w l=mMem im mM Omrs? O Dora the Inmeminloa d*ift tad soen wmo Irate? o Dme me nnemh,~n,ap, dlm~ o~ et,me~ 0 Here you noifaecl tony unueuol Woh4Wne In mvenm? 0 Do ~o~ l~mr mbee In ~ ~mrf 0 O~ me tnm~mlwi~ seak Im ~ eew'~ o v~ mJd,~ ~ h~w, my epeed, ~oe~ you~ N=,m~ lle~Imll to NqleOe e clowuMfl wt~ you i~ me mooelemtar to me flooO O Wh~l l~u IkM lltlll ymlr l~if hl lhlllly ond lhift Into ~, dine If cletty Iletom meaetns? 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