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Page 14 Sports 11 2012 Services Public Notice IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR THE COUNTY OF LINN PROBATE DEPARTMENT NOTICE TO INTERESTED PERSONS - Case No. 24002 In the matter of the Guardianship of Ethan Joseph Bonneville. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Raymond J. Bonneville & Donna M Bonneville have filed a Peti- tion to be Appointed as Co-Guardians for Ethan Joseph Bonneville, a minor child, in the above referenced Court. All persons wishing to file an objection to the Guardian- ship should file the objection with the Linn County Circuit Court at the Linn County Courthouse. 300 Fourth Ave. SW. Albany, Oregon 97321 and also provide a true copy of the objection to Co-Petitioners' attorney, Joseph K. Phillips, Law Office of Joseph K. Phillips, P.C., 300 Market St., Suite 100, Lebanon, OR 97355, within 21 days after the date of first publication of this notice. All persons whose rights may be affected by the proceedings may obtain additional information from the Court records, or the attorney for the Co-Petitioners. Dated and Published, January4,11,18,2012. Notice is hereby given the1 Stephanie Kay (Stevens) Elder has been appointed and has qualified as the personal representative of the Estate of Marjory Stevens. deceased, in Linn County Circuit Court Case 23979. All persons ~aving claims against the estate are hereby required to present their claims, with proper vouchers, within four months after the date of first publication of this notice, as stated be- low to the personal representative c/o Tami S.P, Beach, 1184 Olive Street, Eugene, OR 97401. or the claims may be barred. All per- sons whose rights may be affected by the proceedings in this estate may obtain ad- ditional information from the records of the court, the personal representative, or the at- torney for the personal representative. Date of first publication: 01/11/2012 Stephanie Kay (Stevens) Elder Tami S.P. Beach 3933 NE Hassalo Street 1184 Olive Street Portland, OR 97232 Eugene. OR 97401 01/11.01/18.01/25 Notice is hereby given that Nancy J. O'Brien has been appointed and has qualified as the personal representative of the Estate of Jo- sephine Ann Hill. deceased. ~n Linn County Circuit Court Case 24008. AIt persons having claims against the estate are hereby required to t)resent their claims, with proper vouchers. within four months after the date of first 3ub- lication of this notice, as stated below to the personal representative c/o Tami S.P. Beach, 1184 Olive Street. Eugene. OR 97401. or the claims may be barred. All persons whose rights may be affected by the proceedings in this estate may obtain additional information from the records of the court, the personal representative, or the attorney for the per- sona representative. Date el first publica- tion: 01/11/2012 Nancy J. O'Bri.en Tami S.P. Beach 5539 Nandina Street 1184 Olive Street Sweet Home. OR 97386 Eugene. OR 01/11.1/18/&1/25 NOTICE OF LIEN SALE CONTENTS OF STORAGE UNIT # A-8 LONI RING UNIT B-41 SIRENA PATRICIO 12 noon JAN. 26 2012 Ames Creek Storage 898 Main Street Sweet Home, Oregon 97386 541-367-4727 01/11.01/18C Services Help Wanted Classes Events For Sale 9th Anniversary BLOWOUT 10-50% OFF entire store thru Jan 14th FOS- TER LAKE MALL 5480 Hwy 20 541- 367-8899 1-2nc NEED FEET TRIMMED? Heidi trims claws, wings, dogs, cats, rabbits, birds, lizards and rodents. $6 each animal. I make house calls forall jobs. Also pet-sitting and house sitting. 541-401-0946 tfn Like-Nu Appliance, Inc. FAST HOME & SHOP REPAIRS ~ NEW & USED PARTS - RECONDI- TIONED LARGE APPLIANCE SALES & SERVICE -- HUGE APPLIANCE SHOWROOM--ALL WITH A 90-DAY WARRANTY ~ FAMILY OWNED & OPERATED ~ Like-Nu Appliance 2711 S. Main Road Lebanon. OR 97355 (541)259-1131 2-TFN-C Liberty Rock Products has good clean crushed quarry rock. $12 per yard on 10-12 yard load. Sweet Home. Craw- fordsvilJe, S. Lebanon Lacomb, Cas- cadia. 5 yard load $100. Also pit run, sand, turkey grit. Prices vary. Call: Roger 541-409-1982, Trevor 541-619-1575, Randy 541-223-8507 or Cal 541-409-1981 tfn CLARA'S BEAUTY SALON Perms $35/up, Haircut $10, 39228 Crawfordsville Dr. 541-401-0282 1-52p_ Moles And More nuisance wildlife control (541) 367-1430 Farm Rates 1-52c Pianist. The Sweet Home High School choir is in need of an accompanist. Must be available two school days per month, able to accompany choirs at concerts here in Sweet Home, and travel with Symphonic Choir to competi- tions. Position begins January 3, 2012. Stipend available. Interview/audition required. Apply by Friday, Decem- ber 9th. Please call or email Matthew Clark, choir teacher Sweet Home High School, (541) 367-7179 or matthew. clark@ sweethome.k12.or.us tfn CONCEALED CARRY CLASSES. Get multiple state licensing to carry in 36 states. We meet licensing requirements for Oregon. Utah & Arizona. www.or- egonconcealed.com 541-570-0345 2-5p. Swimmers take all but 2 r, beating Cascade, Salem Sweet Home won 20 of 22 events Friday to win a dual meet with Salem Academy and Central. The Husky boys outscored Central 154-105, with Salem Acad- emy a distant third with 29 points. The girls scored 118 to Central's 87 and 74 from Salem Academy. "I thought our overall perfor- mance was pretty good." Coach Doug Peargin said. "We still have some illness going around our team but hopefully, within the next week, we'll be getting over most of it." Both the boys and girls swept the relays. Individual winners for the boys were Victor Stupin in the 200 Freestyle (2:08.17), Don Rockstead in the 200 IM (2:10.37) and 500 Freestyle (5:27.48); Gra- vy Gunselman in the 50 Freestyle (24.07) and the 100 Butterfly (59.90); and Zac Pearce in the 100 Freestyle (49.82) and 100 Back- stroke (1:02.73). On the girls side. Naomi Gunsleman as a double winner, taking the 100 Butterfly (1:02.78) and the 100 Breaststroke (1:19.83); as was McKenzie Cur- tis in the 50 Freestyle (28.54) and the 100 Backstroke (1:18.95) and Kimber Swanson in the 200 IM (2:39.19) and the 100 Freestyle (1:03.20). Emily Thompson -was Sweet Home's other winner, tak- ing first in the 500 Freestyle in 6:22.79. Peargin said he was "a little surprised" at the Huskies' domi- nance. "Hopefully, this will give us a little momentum going into our next couple of meets, which are s in From page 9 emy Tillamook scoring: Trent Harp 20, Schriber 13, Cooley 11, Travis Harp 8. January is Bike Month at the O.K. Kids Hurliman 5, Hancock 4, Strang 3, Pullen Club! Fridays: after school-5:30 p.m. 1. Motsinger, McRae, Waud, Travers. Just $15 -- Bike safety, riding & repair- Sweet Home scoring: Christian Porter ing for lst-6th grade students. Jan. 6, 14, Dallas Morgan 12, Grant Kauffman 13, 20 & 27th (includes a Bike-A-Thon 11, Brice Vandenberg 7, Tony Ramirez to benefit St. Jude Children's Research 4, Jeremy White 4, Trevor Bulman-Jutte Hospital on Jan. 27th). Call to sign up: 2, Kyte Winslow 2, Dakota Snow, Taylor 541-367-4350 Conn. 1-4nc McKenzie Curtis swims to victory in the invitationals and will have six or more teams attending them," he said. "With only a few weeks left in the season, the team is pretty much on schedule and shaping up to have a good district meet." Sweet Home will next com- pete in the Cascade Invitational at 6 p.m. Fridav. Jan. 13. Sweet Home vs. Salem Academy, Central Girls Results Team Results - (1) Sweet Home 118; (2) Central 87; (3) Salem Academy 74. Individual Results - Top 3 plus Sweet Home finishers 200 Medley Relay- (1) Sweet Home 2:05.89: (2) Salem Academy 2:20.90; (3) Central 2:26.02. 200 Freestyle- (1) Franki Cable (C) 2:36.64; (2) Heather Halfman (SA) 2:39.21 ;(3) Katie Turner (SH) 2:41.54: (6) Shiho Harada (SH) 3:21.01. 200 IM - (1) Kimber Swanson (SH) 2:39.19; (2) Sara Spreadbury (C) Photo by Scott Swanson 100 backstroke. 2:5294; (3) Kyla Daniels (SA) 3:0051 ; (4) Emily Claborn (SH) 3:13.96. 50 Freestyle - (1) Mckenzie Curtis (SH) 28.54; (2) Paige Sanders (SH) 30.89; (3) Paris Orin (C) 32.40; (17) Anastasiya Domashenko (SH) 40.08; (22) Anne Chang (SH) 44.44, 100 Butterfly- (1) Naomi Gunselman (SH) 1:02.78; (2) Kyla Daniels (SA) 1:20.72; (3) Emily Thompson (SH) 1:21.63. 100 Freestyle - (1) Limber Swanson (SH) 1:03.20; (2) Brianna Hansen (SA) 1:04.67; (3) Sara Spreadbury (C) t:08.13; (4) Paige Sanders (SH) 1:10.92; (12) Shiho Harada (SH) 1:24.93; (16) Anastasiya Domashenko (SH) 1:35.27; (17) Anne Chang (SH) 1:44.61. 500 Freestyle - (1) Emily Thompson (SH) 6:22.79; (2) Katie Turner (SH) 7:00.49: (3) Katie Brawley (SA) 7:10.09. 200 Freestyle Relay - (1) Sweet Home 2:04.15; (2) Central 2:09.06; (3) Salem Academy 2:25.32: (6) :Sweet Home "B" Team 2:36.39. See Swim, page 15 Autos & RVs 1995 Ford Bronco XLT A/C Auto power everything $3500 OBO (541) 405-5233 tfn-nc Cascade 89, Sweet Home 66 In a story similar to Tillamook. the Huskies lost 89-66 at Cascade on Friday night. "To be honest, the Cascade game was fairy similar." Knurowski said. The Huskies shot well early on and then struggled in the second and third quarters. At the end of the first quarter, the team seems to lose focus, he said. "Second quarter and third quarter, we're kind of forgetting where we're supposed to be in the press or on defensive assignments." On offense, that lack of focus is putting a player out of position, and Cascade exploited it, Knurowski said. The Huskies led 20-17 after one quarter while trailing 41-30 by halftime. Cascade led 64-44 by the end of the third quarter, and Cascade outscored the Huskies 25- 22 in the final quarter. The Huskies scored six threes. Morgan had three, Conn had two. and Kauffman had one, while Cascade's Jared Everetts hit three threes. Sweet Home 20 10 14 22 -66 Cascade 17 24 23 25 - 89 Sweet Home scoring: Morgan 18, Kauffman 11 Conn 10, Bulman-Jutte 8, Winslow 7, Vandenberg 6, White 4, Ramirez 2, Porter, Snow. Cascade scoring: Kyler Delamarter 21, Wright 16, Everetts 13, Goettsch 9, J. Delamarter 8, Towery 7, Kruse 6, Carroll 3, Clark 2, Bladorn 2, Soto 2, Vettrus. Sweet Home Junior High school Athletic Fundraiser! Burger King coupon book. Over $40 worth of coupons including a FREE Whopper Meal! Just $5. Available by calling SHJH 541-367-7187 or avail- able at The New Era 1313 Main St. SH 2-5NC Statewide Classifieds Child Care Infant / toddler daycare ..... openings available, fun, safe, loving, home-like atmosphere, all meals and snacks pro- vided. References available. 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