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High School musicians lead caroling at tree lighting ceremony. Claus listens Intently to a young girls Christmas list. Willamina Mayor Twila Hill lights Christmas tree. Groat ' 3tuffers: Gift Certificates from Sheridan Pizza Co. starting $L'00 at only ,/ SHERIDAN PIZZA CO. l E_3S m W E 13  l 24 E. Main Street Monday-Thursday 11:30 am- 10 pm riday & Saturday 1130 am- 11 In colorful holiday capes, these two youngsters pose after parade through downtown Willamina. $ nd Democrat in ngressional race Joan Dukes of Clatsop has announced she is run- the congressional seat by Rep. Les AuCoin. is the second Democrat to race. Elizabeth Furse of a of the Oregon announced her can- earlier. side, two can- Ire in the race so far: state Tony Meeker of Amity Rolf, a Portland business- former aide to Sen. Mark her candidacy last said: "People are out people are hungry, and working have no way basic medical care for added: "More and more face the greatest chal- all--the challenge of sur- battles must be fought at the federal level," Dukes, 44, was first elected to the state Senate in 1986 and re-elected last year. She also has served four years as a Clatsop County commis- sioner. Shebattled a congressional redis- tricting plan approved by a federal court last week. The plan takes Tillamook and Lincoln counties out of the First District and takes in Lake Oswego. All of Yamhill County remains in the First District. But Dukes said she can win election as a moderate Democrat in the new district even though she comes from a small community far removed from most of the district's voters in the Portland suburbs. Dukes opposes abortion except when necessary to save the life of the mother and is against a ban on log exports from private lands because it would hurt the Astoria area which depends heavily on shipping. announces state Senate race a Democrat, plans to Senate District 2 Legislature. currently works in the sales department for a in Newport. her career in outside a fortune 500 company in "My career in out- has taught me the value of through listening you the solution to the prob- cUstomer is facing." enough listening or dialogue between peo- ple and their elected officials. She would like to see more participatory efforts like the governor's "Conver- sation with Oregon." The seat is currently held by Republican John Brenneman, R- Newport, who has announced he will not seek re-election. Brenneman said he may run for the state treasurer's job being vacat- ed by Republican Tony Meeker of Amity. 4-Head / Stereo VCR's #16-704 & #16-615 Reg Price $419.95 GE Cassette Recorder Model 3-501 999 Reg. $27.99 PR NOW ........... SHS choir sings greeting cards "Live Christmas Cards," private performances by the Sheridan High School choirs, are available again this year, beginning this Friday. The choirs will perform three or four songs for Christmas parties or individual families in their homes, according to director Kristi Smith. The choirs will be available on the evenings of Dec. 13, 14, 20, 21 and 22. Costs for the Christmas cards are $5 inside Sheridan city limits and $7.50 outside. The choirs will also be available for afternoon performances Dec. 21 in McMinn- ville. To reserve the choir, call Smith at Sheridan High School, 843-2162. I J Lasting Beauty ... the miniature rose collection by Krementz.  428 E. Third Street McMinnville, OR 97128 . 472-1162 472-6812 Registered Jewelers . ( Arnencan Gem Society ( Wednesday, December 11, 1991, The Sun 3 Garbage rate hike request before Willamina council The Willamina city council will hold a regular business meeting at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the council chambers at city hall. A public hearing on a rate increase sought by West County Sanitary Service will be held at 7:45 p.m. Ray Teaslcy of Mid-Willamette Council of Governments will dis- cuss grant opportunities available to the city. Other business will include department and committee reports and appointment of standing com- mittees by Mayor Twila Hill. The meeting is open to the public. ncR ProEdit Camcorder Model #CC510 Similar to illustration Capture your Christmasmemories *899 ,orev00. 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