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Page 2 VC&apos;l Jl C-MMt JNITV le ir ra - February 1,201 ? CROSSWORD KEY Today's puzzle is on Page 19 SUDOKU KEY Todays puzzle is on Page 19 Winning designers Local winners of design awards at the annual Awana Grand Prix on Jan. 20 are, from left, Grace Swanson. third place; Daniel McCubbins, second place; and Emma McCubbins, first place. The Community Chapel and the Lebanon's River Center Awana clubs joined for the event, in which parents and their children create derby cars from blocks of wood to race on a track, which was provided by Rich and Dawn Marks of Albany. The Mc- Cubbins children's cars were carved to look like them, and their outfits matched their derby car figures. ()BITU00,RIES Where are you going? Taking a trip some- where (significant)? Pack along a copy of The New Era, get a picture of yourself with the newspaper in front of a landmark, and send us a photo (good quality, please) with appropriate explana- tory information to The New Era, P.O. Box 39, Sweet Home, OR 97386, drop it by our office at t 313 Main St., or e-mail it to news@ sweethomenews.com. We'll publish it as soon as possible, generally in the order that sub- missions arrive. Please include a phone num- ber in case we need to contact you. IAI'BIsIwIHIAI TISIL IDIoITIHIuIGIEIc!o NAI l! S" I I IDIEIsBMIIIDBS T ( _Ryx UF GTI Isl IIRIEiololPlsi L E ITtSIAIRBLIAIMIAI E I' |1 Z 6 ' 7 3  1 2 8 9 2 6 7 3 1 5 47  38 2 2 i 9 5 } 4 7 3 1 81 !965 i 4 1/68 5 1 2 7" s19 64  8": 114 25  GQI R BEBS liP? Call (541} 367-2135 David Adams April 2, 1955- Jan. 21, 2012 David Bruce Adams, 56, of Sweet Home died Jan. 21, 2012. A gathering of friends for a potluck will take place on Satur- day, Jan. 28, from noon to 2 p.m. at Riverside Christian Church on Green River Drive in Sweet Home. Sweet Home Funeral Cha- pel is handling the arrangements. Robert Curtis Dec. 27, 1981 -Jan. 24, 2012 Robert Charles Curtis, 30, of Sweet Home, died Jan. 24, 2012 after a brief illness. Gary Graham Mu'ch 26, 1953 -JL 24, 2012 Gary (;raham, 58, of l)al()n died Jan. 24, 2012. He was born March 26, 1953 in Oakrldge to Raymond and Marlys (Exe) Gr;dl;un. He worked for \\;Villamette In(lustries. Gay was a photographer ;rod loved to take pictures at the Sweel Home Rodeo, mad of flowers aim waterlhlls. He took mmy photos that were published in The New Era over the years. He is survived I)y his ex-ffe, Denise Gr'ahmn of Sweet Home; daughter Jeniter Grahmn of Salem; brother Doug Graham of I.ebanon; sister Lory ml(l her hush;rod Michael Cirillo of Sweet Home; and granddaughter Kya Gastelum of Salem. Funeral selwices will be 10:00 am, Saturday, Feb. 4, 2012 at file Sweet Home Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. t\\; ',, , ! 7, \\;\ -- . A< " M/ __ ((',  i  4  ,))! Sweet Home Funeral Chapel is hmidling arrangements, Sunshine Industries Striping ThermoPlastics Seal Coat Signage Sweeping Asphalt" Repair Pressure Washing Seasonal Services Rock Ice Melt  " TONY MCGOVt-FIN 541 990 5837 [ MCGOVERNMAINTENANCE,YAHOO.COM b411.1tAr'4Y It SI-NIIOI DISCOUNTS I :1I-I- QIJOTTS! To get work done, call us at 367-2765 Supported by United Way of Linn County ,. Serving the Linn County Community for 20 years, we employ people with disabilities through our Janitorial, Groundskeeping, and Sheltered Employment programs. He was born Dec. 27, 1981, the son of Jack and Helen (Lock- hart) Trukositz of Sweet Home and the late Jefferson Curtis of Salem. Mr. Curtis loved animals, es- pecially cats, and helped many strays over the years. He also was an avid video game player and loved to read. He is survived by his par- ents; brothers Christopher Wade of Sweet Home, Joshua Marion of Portland, and Joseph Trukositz of Eugene; and two close friends he considered to be brothers, Shawn Lannigan of Salem and Joseph Brewer of Portland. He was preceded in death by his father, Jefferson Curtis. Sweet Home Funeral Chapel is handling the arrangements. Patricia Wilcox July 15, ]927 - Jan. 24, 2012 Patricia Alice Wilcox, 84, of Sweet Home died Jan. 24, 2012. She was born July 15, 1927 in Shanghai, China to George and Maria (Ferras) Tyler. When the Japanese invaded China, she and her family were interned at Longhwa Internment Camp in Shanghai from 1942 - 1945. Despite the lack of many of the essentials of civilized life, the internees rose to meet the chal- lenge of survival. They organized kitchens and hospitals, started li- braries, engaged in subtle forms of resistence, educated their children and kept their strength until the end of the war. A fellow prisoner, Peggy Abkhazi, wrote a book about their experience called "A Curious Cage." Following World War II, she was working at a local post office when she met her husband Walter E Wilcox, who had retired from the U.S. Navy while in Shanghai. They were married in 1947 and came to America by boat, arriv- ing in San Francisco, Calif. Their journey brought them to Sweet Home. Mrs. Wilcox lived in Sweet Home, Lebanon and various other towns in Oregon and in Eurek a , Calif. They returned to Sweet Home in 1963 so Walter could begin work on Foster Dam. Mrs. Wilcox was a mem- ber of the Sweet Home Elkettes for many years, serving as presi- dent and vice president. She was also a member of the Ladies Auxiliary-VFW. She and Walter assisted with many of the Sports- man's Holiday events. She was also a dance instructor for the Ar- thur Murray Dance Studio. Mrs. Wilcox enjoyed her flower garden, crafting and cro- cheting beautiful items for her grandchildren. She also enjoyed her expert crossword puzzles and huge jigsaw puzzles. As an avid reader, she taught herself French and learned to play the organ on her own. She made wonderful Chinese din- ners and loved to go to rum- mage sales, looking for lit- tle treasures. She is survived by a daughter, Edith of Sweet Home; sons Mike, Jim and Chris of Sweet Home, and Bill of Waterloo; brother Larry and his wife Toni Tyler of Glasgow, Scotland; sis- ter-in-law Jean Wilcox of Albany; numerous nieces and nephews; 12 grandchildren; 20 great-grand- children, two great-great-grand- children; and her caretaker, Deb- bie Thompson. Mrs. Wilcox was preceded in death by her husband Walter; her parents; sister Diana; brother Reggie and great-granddaughter Caitlyn Easling. Funeral services were held Jan. 31 at Sweet Home Funeral Chapel, which is handling the ar- rangements. Henry 00ger Dec. 2Z 1960- Jan. 22, 2012 Henry James Yeager, 51, of Sweet Home died Jan. 22, 2012. He was born Dec. 27, 1960 in Weav- erville, Calif. to Leonard and Norita (Christolos) Yeager. He is sur- vived by Kay- la Yeager of Sweet Home and Brandon Yeager of Silverton. Memorial contributions can be made in Adruien Eli's and Kayla Yeager's names at Wells Fargo Bank for his daughter Kayla. Sweet Home Funeral Chapel is handling the arrangements.