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'Dear Santa: I like your coat' students from Ronde Elementary School Santa Claus. Santa Claus: your coat. I would like you me a train please.--David age 5. like a bike and a doll. I you're nice.--Monica Guer- age 5. your hat, coat and boots. will you bring me a race Mercier, age 5. would you get me a suc- bow and arrow? I am good in school.--David Ray, like some Barbie makeup for Christmas. I love you, Johnson, age 5. Super Nintendo and )lease. I like your reindeer.- age 6. have a nice Christmas. I like to have a Light Bright. are your reindeer doing?-- Thomas, age 5. you and Rudolph. I like I would like to have a '.game.---Scott Taylor, age 5. you. You are very good. I reindeers. I like to have control race car and set. Merry Christmas.-- Willman, age 5. is Rudolph today? What are reindeer doing? I would game Crocodile Dentist.- age 6. Rudolph can find my I wish that Rudolph has I wish that you would a pet magic nursery Ng, age 5. I got something for you. I like you. I would like you to bring me a walking pup.--Niki Wall, age 5. Thank you for giving me pre- sents. You have a pretty belt. I'm going to leave you some papers I did at school. Please can you leave me a toy sword, patch and hook?- Michael Burger, age 5. Santa Claus, will you get me something nice for Christmas? I think you are cute.--Wendy Mer- cier, age 5. I like how you whistle. I hope you like my Christmas tree. I hope you like my mommy, brother, sis- ter and dad. I want a little tiny bear for Christmas.--Hilary Tnrres, age 4. I like your suit, beard and boots. I want another Rudolph and Barbie van.--Nichole Hou- sler, age 5. I would like a car racer and a sword. How is Rudolph?m Jesse Johnson, age 5. I like the way you look. I would like for Christmas a Baby Alive.-- Alisha ltargitt, age 5. I want a Hot Wheels set. I love you. What does Rudolph look like?----Darin Garfield, age 5. I like the way you look. I like your beard. I would like a Baby Alive and a bike.---Sara Lang, age 5. I would like a Baby Alive for Christmas. I like you, Santa.- Shannon Garbutt, age 5. I love you. I want to get some Play-Do for Christmas. Also an regonians tell governor: t state programs first out of 10 Oregonians who in "A Conversation think state govern- become more efficient i of ts response to Measure 5, to preliminary results last week. three out of four participants would consider restruetur- tax system to maimam nt services--but almost, they want to see increased first. Barbara Roberts discussed services and how to them with about 10,003 this fall in ED-NET Results from more than uestionnaires have been tab- far, and the trends are to hold as the rest of the are analyzzd. 10,000 Oregonians, listened to them," Roberts a press release. "They more about how state gov- works, and I learned about expect from government. sent a clear message: We must do our job That will be the starting point efforts." participants meetings were worthwhile asked for an evaluation on lstmtion forms. exit questionnaire asked par- which of the following which combination would follow to deal with Measure 5: provide fewer services, increase government efficiency and restructure Oregon's tax system to provide more money. In the first 2,000 questionnaires tallied, 93 percent of participants said that increasing government Results from other questions con- firmed that Oregonians are dissatis- fied with government spending and the tax system. Four out of five participants said state and local government was doing a "fair" or "poor" job spending tax dollars. efficiency should be part of the And seven out of 10 said they were solution "t 'Mea " 5-wheffier .... "no{ very satisfied" o 'Not at all alone ofin}jnn wilh otheX.: Satisfied" .with the t sysCm. approacrY$4 pereenVchose, Asked' ff th felt the  sysm restructurihg the'tax system a  puf needs to be clied, 84 percent'inTO of their solution, while only 37 percent favored providing fewer ser- vices in their solution. "The conversation confirms my faith in Oregonians," Roberts said. "They know there is not one easy answer to providing state services. They looked at the information about state services, they discussed the issues, they told me what they think and now they're waiting to see if I heard them. Well, I did hear them. And now it's my job to take action." "yes." Only 8 percent said the tax system did not need to change. "Before we restructure our tax system, we have a lot of work to do," Roberts said. "If we can't show Oregonians that we are work- ing more efficiently, they'll tune out any discussion about restructuring our tax system. We might as well save our breath. We must, and will, show Oregonians that we in state government are doing our job bet- ter--that's the bargain." State okays Kirk Olsons. Itquor agency announce birth The Oregon Liquor Control Com- mission has appointed Julie Moser as the new operator of the Sheridan liquor agency, effective Jan. 2. Moser, co-owner of Hometown Drug and a pharmacist, will succeed Jerry Rahn, who has resigned as agent. The store is located at 103 E. Main. Kirk and Kathy Olson of Willa- mina announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, Kassandra Jean Olson, on Oct. 24 at McMinn- ville Community Hospital. She weighed 11 lbs., 6 oz. Grandparents are Aaron and Ciem Oison of Grand Ronde and David and Jean Hill of McMinnville. ENDS12131 ! CATALOG STORE $1., Shdcm M3-2101 10-12:30 & I-6; $llUrdOy 10-2 Got the Tax Bug? Some people break out in cold sweats. Others feel queasy. Still others suddenly find them- selves excessively tired while some get a strong urge to procrastinate. If you're experiencing any of these symptoms at tax time ... don't call your doctor. Call us ... for fast tax relief! APRIL Gratia B. Robertson Certified Public Accountant 104 W. Main Street, Sheridan 843-2992 "Serving You Is Our Only Business." Wednesday, December 25, 1991, The Sun 3 ice-cream maker.--Andrea Chil- ders, age 6. Did you have a nice summer? I hope you have a happy Christmas. I hope I get some more dogs. How is Rudolph doing? How are the other reindeer doing?--Adam Wright, age 5. I would like a bag of candy, and my name is Tamara. I like you, Santa.--Tamara Ainsworth, age 5. I like your boots and coat and beard. I want a skateboard and train please. Thank you, and I like your toys.--Corey Page, age 5. I like you and your red suit. I like your reindeer when they fly. I would like Bubbles the Dog for Christ- mas.--Becky Bennet, age 5. Thank you for the presents last Christmas. I want for Christmas a Nintendo. Thank you!--James Hosley, age 5. I like your reindeer. My dad is getting me a big Barbie house. I would like you to bring me a Barbie Corvette.--Sierra Brewer, age 6. I like the way you look. Can I please have more Barbies? I like your reindeer.--Sean Newberry, age 4. I would like you to bring me nice toys, please. I like your reindeer. I like your boots.--Lenard Lane, age 5. Sunday .: CHICKEN & DUMPLINGS $5.95 Soup or salad, whipped txtatoes, vegetable, roll. Tuesday MEATL()AF $5.95 Soup or salad, whipped potaacs, vegetable, roll. Thursday SIRLOIN BEEF TIPS $6.95 Sirloin bed tips in a delicious brown rnushRxm sauce with whipped tx>tatocs, vegetables, roll. Saturday BEEF STEW $5.95 Homemade stew with a salad and cornbread. Monday SWISS STEAK $6.95 Sirloin swiss steak, soup or salad, whipped potatoes, vegetables, roll. Wednesday SPAGHETTI $4.95 Salad and garlic toast. Friday CHICKEN POT PIE $5.95 Large homemade pot pie, potatoes, vegetables, roll. Everyday TOP SIRLOIN STEAKS Steak and eggs ........... $5.95 12 Oz ................................... $7.95 80z .................................... $6.95 Christmas merchandise (except greeting cards) Our AFTER- (:;H RISTMAS (00:LEARANCE starts Thursday, December Congratulations to Robyn Palmquist of Sheridan, winner of the 4 ft. Christmas Bear in our drawing. Robyn's name will now be entered in a national drawing to be held in February. Top prizes will be a 1992 Cadillac, a trip for 2 to London or a Florida vacation. We will be closed Christmas Day HOME TOWN DRUGS 103 E, Main Street. Sheridan Open Monday-Saturday 9 am to 6 pm Phone 843-2422 Jim & Julie Moser, Owners - Julie Moser, Phan'naclst