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OR 97396 PHONE 876-2132 rRDAY 10 AM TO 7 PM SUNDAYS 26 - DECEMBER 31, 1991 RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Free Honey $169 urt ,.b. Cholesterol Free Oil 'n Box $ 8 99 achan Fresh Boneless, Skinless tLunch r Chicken Varieties or =." Breast 9 Soup, 1.49 to 2.5-Oz. [ 1,  l tjn.: Southern Grown -"-r- Coke 12-Pack, 12-Oz. Cans 99 BoHie .......... 99  rn Family Juice 59 rn Family Coffee Drip Or Regular 39 Oz. 399 Boneless, USDA Choice Lb. Oberto $ 99 FJ esh Boneless Dinner LinkSBoneless Half Ham , O2 PirkLoin $299 I-Lb. Package, Assorted .................... Ea. Wilson Classic Roast $6L No Waste, Easy To Serve .... Lb. 2.5-Lb. Average ............................ q." " Natural Veal Cutlets $449 Lean $1 Cut From Top Clods, A Favorite Diet Item ..... Ground Beef 49 Pork 69 3-Lb. Chubs, 1 Less Than 23% Fat I ..... ill ..... Ill .JL Lb.ll Lb Ill Under 3-Lbs., Cooked With Kraut A Winter Favorite BAKERY Hard S129 Rolls ................................ ,o Jumbo $149 Muffins ...................... 4For Canonball Bread ................................ Iced Angel Food $499 Cake ..................................... a. Alaska Chum Salmon s19 ? Whole, Head Off ......................... Ala,ka 19 Pollock Fillets $2 Previously Frozen ....................... Illl I I Gold q .up Brown & Serve Rolls White, Wheat or Butterflake or Cascade Hearth Dinner Rolls, White or Wheat, 12-Count ............. I i I 00ari00old 79 Sour Cream Pint .......................... Nalley Chip DJ 69 Assorted Varieties, 7-Oz .......... Soft Margarine Western Family, 16 Oz. Mainstay Dog Food Solo Party Cups Assorted Colors 20 Count, 16 Oz. RED APPLE CORNER MARKET BONUS COUPON II I i ! Snow's Clam I Juice I I i::,i,,i:!!!ii!! ,.,  ,i/,iii Chowder I 46 Oz. i'' i Ill,  New England, 15 Oz. li I I iii':i,ii!iii :. ' la . : I 9 ,,,iNt 89 ' ,, , II I II I II I ,  coupon I I iiiiiiii FIRST THREE (3) WITH COUPON. I I l oNE COUPON PER FAMILY PLE, ASE. l 'DEC. 26-DEC. 31, 1991 I i #701 COUPON GooD DEC. 26-DEC. 31, 1991 i .--------d ,----------------------------------------....- i I l ! Pop Secret l I. i Popcorn I. |' I -, o.5 oz. i I I , ! "Y i I FIRST TWO (2) WH COUPON. I o COUPON PER FAMILY PI,EAE. I i #72 coupon GOOD DEC. 26- DEC. 31. 1991 1 am == =- i== ==i====-====-=====-=====- == ==-- ==i-- Wednesday, December 25, 1991, The Sun 7 Heritage tree gets boost here A Heritage Tree program has been inaugurated by the Yamhill County Historical Society to help ferret out trees of historical significance. Purpose of the program is to help preserve and bring out the interest- ing aspects of such Heritage trees, be that tree of historical interest or landmark statures; or physically unique---perhaps extraordinarily tall or large in circumference for its type. An historically important tree could be a hanging tree, a tree once used as a survey marker, or perh,aps a tree that shaded William Newby's grist mill built in 1853 in McMinn- ville. The Yamhill County Historical Society initiated the program in October, 1991, and appointed a Heritage Tree committee headed by Maxine Williams, McMinnville. At a meeting early in 1991, held at McMinnville Public Library, Maynard C. Dmwson, Salem, explained the Heritage Tree Pro- gram. Drawson is responsible for forma- tion of the Marion County Heritage Tree program which is sponsored try Marion County Historical Society. Drawson's goal is to have Historical Societies in other counties sponsor similar programsmwhich Yamhill County is now doing. Purpose of the committee is to solicit tree nominations and keep an inventory of screened and accepted trees. A Citation for Preservation of Heritage Trees will be given each owner or nominator of a tree deemed worthy of the "Heritage" designation. Williams pointed out there is no suggestion that a tree protection ordinance be used to control uses private citizens make of their prop- enie. And she added that the term "preservation" can be used only in a "generic" sense. "A tree cannot be preserved in the same way as a building," she said. "A living, growing tree cannot be maintained in unchanged form." "Rather," Williams commented, "the great value of the program is to provide an inventory of an area's trees of note available to developers and to those interested in our heri- tage." Any resident Who has a ' sugges- tion as to a tree eligible for the Heritage Tree Program may obtain additional information, assistance or an application from the Yamhill County Historical Society, EO Box 484, Lafayette, OR 97127; by con- tacting Williams at 472-4546; or other committee members; Mar- guerite Lewis, 472-5682; Elaine Rohse, 472-6827, all of McMinn- ville; or Shirley Kuykendall, 662- 3354, Yamhill. Two join board of rehab center Two new members have been elected to the board of Mid-Valley Workshop and Rehabilitation Cen- ters, Inc. Elected for three-year terms were Bob Lauglin, Laughlin Trucking of Carlton, and Nina Tal- madge of Amity, retired bookkeeper West Valley Farmers and treasurer of Yamhili County Council for the Handicapped. Re-elected for three-year terms were Scott Larsen, Claudia Huwaldt and Herald Levy, McMinnville; and Barbara Kauer, Amity. At Mid-Valley's annual meeting, David Haugeberg, McMinnville attorney, was re-elected president; Larsen was named vice lxesident; Floyd Lewis, treasurer; and Veda Kilmer, secretary. At the annual meeting of Mid- Valley Charitable Fund, Inc., Huw- aldt was elected president; Ezra Kilmer, vice president; and Veda Kilmer, secretary-treasurer. Retiring this year from the Mid- Valley boards was Margaret Reavis Larsen, Mid-VaUey's founder. She was recognized for her 25 years of volunteer service and was presented with a framed letter of commenda- tion from President Bush for her service to the handicapped in Yam- hill County and Oregon. Also retiring was Paul Barber who had served on the Mid-Valley board for 15 years and was past president of the Charitable Fund and a member of its board since the Mid-Valley Charitable Fund was founded i n 1987 to administer pro- ceeds of a donated estate. Other board members, who serve on both the Mid-Valley and charita- ble fund boards, include Peggy Evans, Mike Hamilton, Bart How- ard, Dr. C Huston, Elaine Rohse and Howard Nice, all of McMinn. ville; Jere Jackson, Newberg; and Donn Williams, Carlton. Vince Mekkers, McMinnville, serves on the charitable fund board. mmm