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Page 2 VChl Jl (MMt JNITV  , ra - January 25, 2012 Tur__. Nr__.w ERA ON Tur__. Eoab CROSSWORD KEY Today's puzzle is or,, Page 15 Be s r in of a landmark, SUDOKU KEY Today's puzzle is on Page 15 Donations for schools Cherrie Carranza, volunteer executive director of the Sweet Home Chamber of Commerce (seepage 5), shows off school supplies purchased with donations from chamber members, particularly during their September After Hours mixer, in which a collection was taken for that purpose. Also, the winner of a 50/50 drawing at that event donated her half of the take, which, with other donations, boosted the total funds raised to "around $400," chamber board member Lerena Ruby said. Ruby also credited Santiam Drug Manager Connie Moyer for help- ing the chamber get full value for their contributions by coming up with "some terrific deals for us. Connie was a lot of help." The donations were turned over to the school district, to be distributed to needy students. eo00ct you. OBITUARIES Margaret Case Feb. 20, 1911 - Jan. 21. 2012 Margaret Eager Case, 100. of Sweet Home died peacefully Jan. 21, 2012 at Avamere Twin Oaks. She was born Feb. 20, 1911 on a ranch in Tucumcari. N.M. to John and Nancy (Hensley) Eager. Mrs. Case moved from Carls- bad, Calif. to Portland in 2000. DCB Electric Dennis Barnhart 26 YEARS ELECTRICAL EXPERIENCE CCB# [94617 Bonded & Insured Cell: 541-4o9-8426 Horne:541-367"73o2 dcbelectricdennis@aol.com Three years ago, she moved to Sweet Home to be near her son Bill Case and his wife, Jill. She en- joyed a long and fruitful life in her many roles of wife. mother, grandmother, court reporter. Klicki- tat county clerk, pianist, and even tap dancer (the Spotliters in Carls- bad, Calif.). Shewas known for her selflessness, kindness, resourceful- ness. and her ready, engaging smile. She is survived by her sons, Ralph and Bill: six grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren. Final burial will be in Eternal Hills in Oceanside. Calif. Sweet Home Funeral Chapel is handling the arrangements. Beverly Cunningham July 29, 1931 Jan. 22. 2012 Beverly Ann Cunningham, I!$1". = 210512012 ANY CARTON OF CIGARETTES Gatorade 32.oz. 2/$3.00 Pall Mall $3.99 Copenhagen $5.49 Grizzley $4.29 Longhorn Wintergreen Fine Cut $3.69 Copenhagen Wintergreen / XLCut $3.99 Marlboro Blend 27 $4.29 Marlboro L&M $3.99 Old Gold $4.29 Camel/Camel Blue BEER Rolling Rock Corona 12 Pack Bottles Coors Light 24 pk. Cans Miller 18 Pack Bottles Limited Time $4.29 $8.99/12 pack cans + dep $14.99 + Deposit $18.79 + Deposit $15.49 + Deposit Fri,Sun 7 am - 11 pm 80, of Sweet Home died Jan. 22, 2012. She was born July 29, 1931, the oldest of.ll children, in Sauk Centre, Minn. to Samuel Howard and Gloria Rosalie (Cloutier) Ad- alllS. She loved reading, bowling, gambling, television and her cat "Miss May." She enjoyed making people laugh with her great sense of humor. Mrs. Cunningham is survived by her daughters, Marilyn Till of Taylor, Mich., Macie Sullivan of Sweet Home. Christi Cunning- ham of Michi- gan and Darcie Cunningham of Albany; sister Lou Adams of Ohio; brothers Samuel Adams and Dennis Ad- ams, both of Colville, Wash.: 11 grandchildren; two great-grand- children and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, Russell W. Cunning- ham; siblings Robert, Rita, Darcy, Ryan 'Butch' Anderson Feb. 7, 1987 - Jan. 15, 2012 Ryan "Butch" Anderson, 24, of Sarona. Wis. died Sunday, Jan. 15. 2012 at Indianhead Medical Center in Shell Lake, Wis. after a snowmobiling accident. He was born Feb. 7. 1987 in Manitowoc to Harry and Vicki (Ward) Anderson. Butch gradu- ated from Spooner High School, class of 2005. He was married in Sarona, Wis. on July 17.2010 to the love of his life, Sondra Butterfield. Butch was an adoring and atten- tive husband, a loving son and brother. He was a hard worker for himself, owning Ryan Ander- son Painting and Roofing, but was always willing to help oth- ers. Not always working, Butch was an avid gun collector and sport shooter. All who knew and loved him will remember his big heart. He will be sorely missed by his wife, Sondra of Sarona, Wis.; his mother, Vicki Anderson of Trego, Wis.; his father, Harry Anderson of Spooner, Wis.; his siblings, Shawn Dawnita) Anderson of Sweet Home, Dean (Sonya) Anderson of Spanish Fort. Utah. Patrick Anderson of Spooner. Wis.. Stacy (Joe) Sniezewski of Spooner and Ron- aid Anderson of Rice Lake, Wis.; his in-laws, Darin and Charlotte Butterfield and family of Sarona, Wis.; three nieces and one neph- ew; many aunts and uncles; many cousins, including Ella, MacKen- zie and Logan and longtime best friend, Trenton Wahlstrom. Memories of Butch were shared Jan. 19, 2012 at Skinner Funeral Home, Shell Lake, Wis. Burial was in Madge Evergreen Cemetery. Casketbearers were Shawn Anderson, Dean Anderson, Pat- rick Anderson, Ronald Ander- son and Trenton Wahlstrom. An honorary casketbearer was Stacy Sniezewski. Visitation was at the Skinner Funeral Home in Shell Lake. Paid Obituary I.It, G OBM E LiPIOi" iaiRo L l ioIv!A ioiNT OM .... | N  E!Q!T g ololv A TIEiUlR N GSI i .... U  N E IWl A INIO S EiR E 3JAjT i.i.. . S Tea E oiKIIF 267 415 389 853 694 172 931 528 746 15 92 46 67 83 54 78 39 21 894 367 721 249 175 938 652 416 583 3 8 5 1 2 6 4 7 9 li n Call (541) 367-2135 Kenneth, Gloria, Katie, and Cher- yl; and long-time companion Joe Lynch. Sweet Home Funeral Chapel is handling the arrangementsi Catherine Green Dec. 28, 1938 - Jan. 16, 2012 Catherine (Cathy) Green, 73, of Sweet Home died Jan. 16, 2012 at her home. She was born Dec. 28. 1938 in Santa Cruz. Calif. to Devota and Frank Helms. She spent her younger years in California, surrounded by numerous family and friends. In 1966 she married William (Bill) Green. The Greens raised four children and traveled many places, making many friends along the way. Their favorite spots were Sierra Vista. Ariz.. Yerington. Nev. and Sweet Home. Mrs. Green loved her pets. flowers and was a talented painter who always understated her abili- ties. She is survived by her hus- band, Bill; children Terri Ogden of Yerington, William Green of Brentwood, Calif., Robert Green of Tucson, Ariz., and Daniel Green of Willits, Calif.; and numerous and beloved grandchildren and great- grandchildren. Funeral services were held Jan. 21 at DeMoss-Durdan Funeral Home in Corvallis. Alberta Pickett April 10, 1925 - Jan. 19, 2012 Alberta Mae (Birdie) Pickett, 86, of Sweet Home died Jan. 19, 2012 at Good Samaritan Medical Center in Corvallis. See Deaths, page 3