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Wednesday, December 18, 1991, The Sun 11 i I Myra Irene Nokleby was a member of the Church of the Nazarene in Dallas. Myra Irene Nokelby, 84, of Wflla- She was preceded in deaLh by her Santa 1 mind, died Dec. 16 in a McMinn- husband; a brother, , William ville nursing home. Colweil; and a son, Cleo, who died Appro ! She was born July 16, 1907 in in World War II. ai/r(€i Oregon to James and Clara (Die- Survivors include sons, Lee Blair trich) Edwards. She later mamed and Gene Blair of Lebanon; step- bee Elmer H. Nokelby. She worked at daughter, Edith Thompson of Car- S Ellingsworth Market and Newbys vallis; a sister, end Brazelton of o Pharmacy in Willamina for many Portland; four grandchildren and " years. Her husband and one son, seven great-grandchildren. O . Robert, preceded her in death. A funeral was held Dec. 14 at the "  Survivors include her sons, LeROY Bellman Funeral Home in Dallas. g lit C( Nokelby of Salem, Richard Nokelby Interment followed in the Dallas of Springfield, James Nokelby of Cemetery. tttxt ,t,,x, I111111"h* lr'i } l'[l'lld=Lxtu Paradise, Calif.; 12 grandchildren; and 7 great-grandchildren. Shenk off dairy board R Services will be held today at 11 Wesley V. Shenk, a Willamina --el: S i  a.m. at Adamson's Sheridan Funeral area dairyman, has been named 326 N. Davis Home. Vault Interment will be at second alternate on the Polk County Historic Downtown McMinnville Green Crest Memorial Park in Sher- ASC committee, according to Lois Open Fri. evenings and Sundays third graders Julle Smock and Daniel Higginson put letters to Santa in school's idan. Contributions may be made to Loop, executive director. Pole mailbox last week. Most of the school's students wrote letters to Santa Claus and the charity of choice. ;heridan High School students helped with the annual letter-writing project. Jerry B. King illamina in line for funds diedJerryB'King'79'°fGrandR°ndeDec. 12 in Dallas. He was born May 17, 1912 in local development Lake Toxaway, S.D., and had lived in  ' spur Grand Rend• since 1970. = ,-- '-¢"" He married Lena Mae Martin on June 16, 1936, in Pie Town, N.M. council resentative Dr. Gary Brooks; to the missioners have agreed to extend He worked as a finish carpenter utilities committee, councilors until February their deadline for and a millwright. seek money Home, Alger, Tandecki and cam- seeking bids for the demolition of Survivors include his wife; sons, munity representative Gary Woo- the steel bridge. The extension will Jerry L. of Vancouver, Wash., and Steel bridcta Oen. allow municipal judge Bill Jolley to James and Roy W., both of Grand Hill also appointed Charlene explore the possibility of a joint Ronde; brother, Guy of Los "t,.,f^ Monlcal Brown city recorder, Wayne Riccetti grant application by the city, Yam- Angeles; 15 grandchildren; and 17 .,.e,.l Ir/rer, /'he SOn public works supervisor, Mile Lyon hill and Polk counties to restore or great-grandchildren. acting police chief and Bill Jolley replace the bridge. Services were held Monday in s229 °° Wkirlll '31a may be eligible for up The delay is based upon Willa- Green Crest Memorial Park, Sheri- Dishwusher 00 Model DU$3OOXX in state grant money municipal judge. She delayed mina's willingness to "take the dan. Arrangements were made by WhlflpooiMla'owaveOven ° NewGener0li0nSIyli,g ap to $1 million in loans under appointment of a city attorney in leadership role in exploring and Adamson's Sheridan Funeral Home. Mead M/6900XW • flush (0ns01e  Hidden I) t0tch for severely affected order to review other arrangements putting together" the grant applica- • 1.2 Cu. h (0pi ° 7 Cydes/0ptinns with 4 t0motk Cydes the city council and methods of payment. Lion, Polk County commissioner Edna Olive Blair • 10matklumtobh ° (tEANr0O(,"C0ns0h last week. Steel Bridge. Polk County cam- Mike Propcs wrote. • P01x0m, Beverage, Oinne Rate Cycles • Enugy S0ving Air Dy Option money is from the Oregon Edna Olive Blair, a former Sheri- • Md A Minute fe0lue * Sealed Detergent Dispenser 0000a00o00io.o.o.00m Boise Cascade wins 1, io • I0 Level Cook Power Con,el • Soil Free Fill•., System it has to be used on impro- Lebanon. She was 89. • 800 Wo • Ex,o Large in.lheR0tk Silvenwore Basket projects intended to make tear moreindustrialattractiVedevelopers,tO com- national safety award andMCMinnville'She was bornCora Ball thecolwell.Aprildaughtershel0' Ofmarried1902Floydin • An,at,PC 8,0ck with W00,m Si / I-," C Qinck" Pu,d Ss,em - AIm0t/Bl0ck Ray Teasley, representing the , on Whol Home Appliances Valley Council of Boise Cascade's Willamina ven- In announcing that the Wiilamina Lowell V. Blair on Nov. 25, 1925 in eer plant has been honored by the plant had won first place, the Amer- Vancouver, Wash. The couple lived L.('_ _. this means is that a pot of American Plywood Association as lean Plywood Association noted in Canby, Scioand McMinnville LES' APPLIANCES I has been set aside for public the safest plant in its division in the that the mill had "an accident before moving to Sheridan in 1946. grants without loans," Teas- entire country, incidence rate of 6.25 in 160,020 They moved to Lebanon in 1983. E ""1'-"%"_--"_ |  , 309 N. Baker, McMinnville 472-k29 [ l:-o--ff;Jl IJ / Open Monday-Friday 9 am- 6 pro, I the council Dec. 12. "It is "That is a record we are very hours worked." Mrs. Blair was a member of the I   Saturday 10 am - 5 pm, Sunday Noon - 4 pm | affected communities proud of," said D. Bridges, adminis- Bridges noted that Boise Cascade Phil Sheridan Fellowship Group, the | n,.,_=- FREE DELIVERY IN THE AREA | has been so desig- trative manager of Boise's Western also won two other safety awards-- Gold Star Mothers and the Sheridan lgll 90 DAYS SAME AS D, SH O.A.C Oregon Area, North Region. for its veneer plant in Independence American Legion Auxiliary. She the programwittbe • "ltwas.eamed through the cam- and the Rogue Valley plywood January, but a big difference in blued efforts of our mill employees plant. "This is a tribute to the emphasis Health TT __ invites to Program so far is that the city and the supervisory staff, andcould uynamlcs hospice you have to show that a devel- only have been achieved by the hard on safety that is present from top is waiting to come to town if a work and dedication of all those region management throughout if• is completed, Teasleysaid. involved,,, Bridges added, every employment level," he said. LightUp L don't need a company  , = to come in," Teasley said. money only has to be used on works or infrastructure to  in honor of someone special in your life or the town to development." in memory of a friend or loved one. will be awarded on a basis, but within "a Your donation to Hospice will light a bulb smaller group" than usual, said. Sweet Home, Men- on the Hospice Christmas Tree located Lebanon and Jefferson are, at 734 N. Baker Street December 1 x ' the communities designated through January 1. g-- impacted, he said. by Teasley to begin think- projects for which the city FOR MORE INFORMATION, t apply, the councilors immedi- named the steel bridge. CALL 472-6564 for 12 years and now with removal, the bridge a key to Willamina's Health Dynamics Hospice is an development, organization dedicated to caring bridge directly links the city for dying patients and their Highway 18 and, Willamlna Middle School celebrated 20Oth anniversary of the faltl'-rn"'es. To maximize the the highway and south city Bill Of Rights Friday with speeches and cake. From left, to land suitable for light Cheyenne Freeman, Christina Gatten, Kerrina Sabel, Crystal quality of their lives, use and farmland where a Ash, lid Skyberg and principal Don Keller as Uncle Sam. emphasis is placed on has proposed to build a COurse with RV parking, physical, emotional, already have a developer social and spiritual willing to come in if the is open," said Willamina well-being in a familiar, home environment with family and ends. Services April Wooden, speaking are provided by a small professional staff and specially trained volunteers. the audience. "But how far go on that bridge?" said the city might apply COUPON ............ small grant to perform an estimateStudy of fortheitsbridgerepairandor  Light Up A Life - December, 1991 HOSPICE a cost Donations for light(s) on the Hospice Christmas Tree. also suggested repair .  Enclosed is $. for lights. Ulxlating of the city's water Make checks payable to: HOSPICE LIGHT UP A LIFE plant, which is wearing A United Mail to: 723 N. Baker, McMinnville, OR 97128 Other business: Way YOUR GIFT IS TAX DEDUCTIBLE A SPEO IONO OF committees and Agency (PLEASE PRINT) Mayor Twila Hin CARING new standingall cityC°mmitteesofficers, D/ Name of Donor the city attorney. Address to the council's busi- A blend of simulated pear',s and industry committee were and tiny Austrian crystals Telephone Number Mary Lou Greb, Francis come together in this delightful In honor or memory of: Bernard Tandecki and cam- (/--® pendant and matching representative Angle Frown- L,¢/// earrings from Krementz. 1. 2. to the finance committee, Send acknowledgement to: Greb, Eddy, Greg Home COmmunity representative Bob 1. to the law enforcement cam- councilors Leon Alger, Vic 2. Greb and community rep .... Rich Maben (pending 428 E. Third Street McMinnville, OR 97128 ( How do you wtsh your name to appear on the acknowledgement? to the public affairs 472-11 62 47 ( councilors Alger, Bran- Registered Jewelers/American Gem and community rep-