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6 The Sun, Wednesday, November 27, 1991 .... SPOTS By Eisa Simonson 843-3535 Best wishes and congratula- tions to Leverna Cole and Bernie Miller, who were married on Satur- day, Nov. 16, at the Good Shepherd Church in the presence of family member Margaret Ladd, Rena Funk and Ruth McKibben arrived home on Sunday from a two-week cruise which took them from Fort Lauder- dale, Fla., through the Panama Can- al to Acapulco, Mexico. Stops were made at Jamaica, Grand Cayman, Cozumel, on the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, where they were able to view some Mayan ruins, and Costa Rica. Barbara and Rick Clark of Yaki- ma ,.were weekend guests of her parents, John and Shirley Sigrist. On Saturday, the Clarks, Sigrists and Paul and Greg Sigrist attended a combination Van Hyning family reunion and baby shower at the home of Faye and Augie Sincick in Beaverton. The shower was for 2 month old Ian Sincick, who with his parents, Bob and Sue Sincick, are here from their home in Singapore to visit with relatives. Shirley is Faye's sister and helped to hostess the evenL John Sigrist was surprised to a phone call on Friday from a radio station in Schaffhausen, the canton (state) in Switzerland, where he was born. The call was part of a year- long celebration of Switzerland be- ing a nation for 900 years. Sigrist's brothers, Felix and Reinhart, were at the radio station and took part in the interview. Sigrist was asked why he left Switzerland and if he was satisfied with life in Oregon. He said that he "always talked about going some- place from an early age, and finally immigrated to Canada in 1950 and Portland in 1951." He is satisfied with life on his Red Prairie farm and does not ever intend to move away from there. Dora Thomas visited for several days last week with her sister and brother-in-law, Waneta and Cecil Colson in Port Orford. Veda Kilmer of Ballston has been re-elected to the Board of Directors of the Mid-Valley Workshop and Rehabilitation Center in Amity, as secrelary. She was also elected se- cretary-treasurer of the Mid-Valley Charitable Trust, and her husband, Ezra Kilmer, as president. Rue and Jim Anderson returned on Thursday from a 10-day vacation at the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexie0. They spent some time in Cancun and the old colonial city of Merida and viewed some of the ancient Mayan ruins. Evelyn and Robert Censky of Albany were Tuesday luncheon guests of her mother, Corine Ehnes. In the afternoon they all called on Duane and Evelyn Ehnes. Mr. Eh- nes is recovering from surgery and doing fine. Adeline and Robert Alms were guests of Bernie and Gra Baggen- stos of Willamina on Wednesday. The occasion was a 55th wedding anniversary celebration of Bob and Margaret Blinker., former Sheridan residents, now living in Woodburn. On Thursday, Mrs. Altus hosted the Stitch and Chatter Club potluck luncheon. Dorothy and Lloyd Berkey were Monday dinner guests of Andrew and Dema Chupp in McMinnville, who recently returned home from missionary work in Mexico. Also present were'Mrs. Berkey's son and spouse, Delvin and Twila Zook, who are administrators of the Rock of Ages Home in McMinnville. Dale and Jo Fahsbender of Amity and Elsa Sinonson were Tuesday luncheon guests of Alic Clore. Lois Kendall, Noble Grand, pre- sided at the Tuesday night meeting of Ethel Rebekah Lodge # 162. Un- der Good of the Order, Fern Eber- hart gave a tribute to the Bible. Fourteen members and guests, Mic- key Barber and Diane Richardson of Primrose Rebekah Lodge #184 of Willamina, were present. A potluck dinner and entertain- ment by Frances George, Lois Ken- dull and June Smith, was held prior to the meeting. Linda and Bill Green have a new granddaughter, Shalequa Lily Evans, born on Nov. 8, in McMinn- ville. She weighed 7 lbs. 5 oz. Jessica Evans is her mother. A family birthday party was host- ed by Solveig and Jon Holmquist in Salem on Sunday evening. They celebrated the 7th birthday of Kris- toffer Molloy, son of Dr. Jim and Emilie Molloy. Others present were Jimmy and Danny Molloy, Barbara and Ken Knutson and Tom, Trudi and Elizabeth Dick of Dallas. Al and Wilma Nisly were at the home of their son and family, Mar- vin and Karyl Nisly, in Keizer, on Sunday, to celebrate the birthday of their grandson Derek. Wilma has baked his birthday cake for 26 of his 27 years, only missing once when she was in the hospital. High score went to Lou Mishler at the Friday afternoon pinochle party at the American Legion Hall, and second high to Floy Blair. Mary Alice Smith and Elsa Simonson got the pinochle prize and Marvin Wid- hess, the door prize. Vera Lyon had the high score at the Saturday night pinochle party at the Legion Hall, and Lou Mishler had second high. Saturday dinner guests of Ken- neth and Frances Shenk were Charles and Jenny Baker of Port- land. Dolores Vinson hosts Fendall Extension Eight members of the Fendall Extension Study Group met at Dolores Vinson's home in the coun- try on Sawtell Road, Nov. 13. Dolores Vinson, president, con- ducted a short business meeting. Shirley Brown, serving on the YamhiU County Extension Home- makers Council, gave a report to the Fendall members on choices of lessons and about dues. Members voted to keep saving Flav-R-Pac, Santiam and Campbell soup labels. The Campbell soup labels are given to the Willamina Grade School to he used toward their library. Dolores Vinson gave the Novem- ber lesson on "Organizing Financial Records." Those attending the morning meeting were Vera Fillible, Ethel Franssen, Sylvia Carlson, Ruth Mishler, Charlotte Turner, Shirley Brown, Margie Ellis, Dolores Vin- son and two guests, Elinor Thiel of Dallas and Nancy Curtiss of Willa- mina. Golden Kitchen volunteers for Nov. 18 were Margie Ellis and Char- lotte Turner. The tables for the noon lunch were decorated in a Thanks- giving setting. For the December meeting the Mill Creek Extension the Fendall Extension Christmas Party, Dec. the home of Betty Thunderhead Lane luncheon "potluck." bets to bring salad, dish and own table for gift exchange. Car Red Apple Store at 9 t mina. HOT DELl FEATURES: Fresh Made  n.._.,-, _In_In' With Deluxe t'lzza .... " 3 Piece Buy One, Get 2 Liter Coke Free! Chicken $299 Box ...................... Bar BQ$999 Pork ............ ,d ,b. Corn Do grSat ..... 300or$1 112 WEST OPEN 8 AM AD PRICES FOOD STAMPS GLADLY ACCEPTED Our store will be ... so that our employees may We wish each and every one of our Ground Beef Beef Roast Freshl00%All Beef ,10S ,168 Less Than 30% Fat USDA Choice 5 Lb. Rolls Lb. Shoulder Cut Lb. Western Family Coffee 39 Oz. Reg. Perk, Auto Drip $ 39 Beef Steaks Shou,er Css $2 Ri00cu00 18 Boneless USDA Choice Lb. Bumble Bee Tuna Chunk Oil, Water Pack 6.5 Oz. Octoberfest German Sausage ,188 Random Weights Lb. $ For Stir Fry Beef Thin Sliced Ready To Cook ................. Beef Tomato ,299 Liver 89 Sauce Fresh Hunts Lb. Sliced ................................ Lb. 15 Oz. Can ......... Cube Beef Stew  Orange Steaks ,279 Meat ,229 Juice Tenderized Lean Chunks Minute Maid Gristle Free ....................... Lb. Of Beef .............................. Lb. 12 Oz .................. Pork Chops Pork Chops Coke & Coke Products ,198 ,, ,2,s 89 Cut Into Thick Cut 2 Liter Steaks & Chops Lb. For Baking Lb. + Deposit Fat.