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Page 2 VcllD ('lllllNITV :le  za - April 11,2012 T.E NEw ERA oN ThE ROAB CROSSWORD KEY Today's puzzle is on Page 18 SUDOKU KEY Today's puzzle is on Page 18 On the beach in Cozumel The New Era went with Vicki DeLong and Kimi Dixon on a Western Caribbean crmse on the Carnival Magic recently. They departed out of Galveston. Texas and visited Cozumel, Grand Cayman and Montego Bay, Jamaica. This photo, showing Kimi on the left and Vicki at right, were taken in Cozumel. "The weather was beautiful and we heard it was snowing in Sweet Home," Vicki noted. 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 1313 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. A lilT L R F ()10 A "IT lib ].IA E I!IL lie S I'll I (;IH dl[IT )27413598! i 869 2 4 1 7 1453862 1698 5 27 r 51 2 3 84 ! 347 6 1 9 I 781956! I 126793- 193 5 478 Gill It Ilflll00 liP? Call (541) 367-2135 Ol00iTUARIES Robert Borders Aug 20, 1935 -April 3, 2012 Robert O. Borders, 76, of Bak- er City, formerly of Vernonia, died April 3, 2012 at Good Samaritan Re- gional Medical Center in Corvallis. He was born Aug. 20, 1935 in Lansing, Kan. He moved from Armourdale, Kan. to the Vanport Community in Portland in 1942. He married Jean Ann Anderegg on April 21, 1953 in Stevenson, Wash. Mr. Borders had many occu- pations during his life; working in the timber industry in Springfield and Vernonia, owning a restaurant in Vernonia for many years, sell- ing real estate, arid was the owner / operator of R & J Log Trucking in Vernonia. He retired to Richland in 1997, later settling in Baker City. He loved the outdoors from hunting trips to Eastern Oregon, trout fishing on the Snake River, to salmon fishing on the Oregon Coast - all the while planting bountiful gardens every year. Mr. Borders is survived by i Moving? l 1 tkas call our clrc'ulatlon, i I department at I his wife of 59 years, Jean Ann Borders; three sons, Bob and daughter-in- law Robbie of Baker City, Steve of Ver- nonia, and Da- vid of Lebanon; five grandchildren; and eight great- grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his mother, Beulah South; and his brother Derald Borders. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 14, at the Elm Street Baptist Church in Sweet Home. Contributions in Mr. Borders' memory may be made to the Relay For Life of Baker City sent in care of Huston-Jost Funeral Home, 86 W. Grant St., Lebanon, OR 97355. Death Notice Adeline Marianne Daven- port, 86, of Albany, formerly of Sweet Home, died April 8, 2012. Services will take place at a later date. Sweet Home Funeral Chapel is handling the arrange- ments. For additional information, visit www.sweethomefuneral.com. Mary Anke celebrates 100th Mar3' Ancke, second from right, celebrated her lOOth birthday March 18 with friends at Fir Lawn Lutheran Church. Born in Kuib- ney, north of Salem, on March 16, 1912, the year Oreos and Lifesav- ers were introduced, Mary lived in Sweet Home from 1947 unti last year, when she moved to the Moses Lake, Wash. area to live with her daughter Dona and son-in-law Les. Mary, who cooked at Foster School for many years, was known throughout the community for her exceptional cinnamon rolls. Her pastor said she was the best cook in town. After her husband died in 1972, she lived alone until last year, when her children insisted she move to Washington. Here Mary celebrates with old friends, from left, Betty Acaiturri, Barbara Rice and Kim Palmer. A Little Night Music to feature 11ziTh school performers Sweet Home High School's top choirs and bands will perform Friday evening, April 13, in the second an- nual A Little Night Music, a musical dessert event that raises funds for the music program. The event begins at 7 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. Patrons who pre-order tickets, prior to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, April 11, will be seated at tables and served desserts and drinks. Cost for pre-order tickets is $10 each. The musical performances will include vocal and instrumental groups and solos coveting a wide genre of music. Performers will include the Symphonic Choir, which won second place last yea? at the state champion- ships. Choir Director Matthew Clark said the choir will perform "a little lighter pieces that aren't normally performed at our choir concerts." Also performing will be Sound Check 49, the chamber choir, whose repertoire for the evening will in- clude the Beatles' "Imagine" and "MLK" by U22. : The high school Concert Band and Jazz Band perform as well. De- tails regarding their program were  i0 7 iDdianYer [A7prIp0 rtai unavailable. i i/'__ __ Those who have not RSVP'd can pay $5 at the door, but that will not include refreshments. 5 - Herbs' \\; Broccoli .:; i  ...... .  St Helen s Catholic Church Hall 815 5th Ave, Sweet Home Garlic Brussels Sprouts Strawber7 Cabbage Raspberry Cauliflower Blueberry . Lettuce Grape Starts