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Page 2 Vot 1 ('_OM Mt JNITV :1  ra - May 2, 2012 ThE NEw ERa oN tnr_ l00oab CROSSWORD KEY Today's puzzle is on Page 19 i I SUDOKU KEY Today's puzzle is on Page 19 In Fiji The New Era went with Mackenzie Virtue and her grandparents George and Sharon to Castaway Island in Fiji. They spent the week Scuba diving the barrier reefs. If you see Mackenzie. ask her about her shark en- counter. news@ cont you. OBITUARIES IAIBIslIWIHIAITIIslL IM IOlOIT'HlulGIE'clo }ia k STE IIDIEISmMIIIDmSlT u ISIIRIEBoIoIPIsBLIEIO I ITIslAIRILIAIMIAIIEINID I 8 :16 3 5 ;119 7 z 4 "'1 9 I 6 12 8 i 3 117 5 i 1 !14 6 2 3 4 i 7 ,18 1 9 li]5 2 4 1 9 6 8 1 256 1 3 7 9 4 2 7 2 3 568 395 874 s171 4121 3181 II 9141 ii 6111 81001 ,Iol 2161 li31 Gill It flflll6 ilP00 I Call (541) 367-2135 James Bright Jan. 18. 1919 - April 25, 2012 James Solon Bright. 93. of Sweet Home died Wednesday, April 25. 2012. He was born Jan. 18. 1919 in Tomato, Ark. (Mississippi County) to George Edgar and Rosa Lee (Hal- facre) Bright. He married Wilma L (Wood) Bright on Aug. 12. 1951 in Reeds- port. at the First Baptist Church. Mr. Bright worked most of his life in the timber and woo6 industry. He and his wife moved to Sweet Home in 1981 to enjoy their retire- ment. He was an avid outdoorsman Presents Beyond the Horizon Landscapes by d II I Bernard Gross ao,a,, ppdizen In addition to our estate wines, SEER  WINE aF n. serdng b& & luke ml:rtee ar. demesti beer Efio open 0r picnics urs.- sunday www.mrstCdge, com all of his life, whether hunt- ing, fishing, camping or tat- get shooting: He enjoyed children of all ages. He took great plea- sure in watching baseball games whether in person or on television. Mr. Bright's military career started at a young age when he first enlisted in the United States Army May 9, 1938 during peace time. He served in Panama up until his dis- charge in July 1940. at which time he went to work in the shipyards. He was drafted into World War II on June 15, 1943. serving in the Southern Philippines as a mobile artilleryman until the war's end. He was honorably discharged January 16. 1946. Mr. Bright is survived by his wife. Wilma Bright. and 21 nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and by all his brothers. Ed- gar, J.E and Vernon: and his sisters. Sunshine. Nancy and Georgia Rose. Saturday May 5th 4pm-8pm At The High School DINNER INCLUDES AN ALL YOU CAN EAT TACO BAR AND HOTDOGS. $5.00 Children's entertainment for all kids that attend will include an inflatable structure, face painting and more. Auction items include: flower baskets, wine tasting tours, casino packages, Disneyland tickets, U of O and OSU tickets, Jamboree tickets, Willamette Country music festival tickets, rodeo tickets, CTC grader service, bark dust, and gift certifi- cates for restaurants & entertainment. We are still looking for donations, so if you or someone you know can help please call Holley Elementary at 541-367-7162 Thank you for your support. We have received 100's of donations this year, so come see what's available. A funeral service was held on Saturday, April 28. at Sweet Home Mennonite Church. Final burial was at Gilliland Cemetery. Sweet Home Funeral Chapel is handling the arrangements. Harold Doll April 2. 1941 - April 26, 2012 Harold "Hal" John Doll. 71. of Sweet Home died April 26. 2012. He was born April 2. 1941 in Kensington, Minn. to Joseph John and Nellie Ellen (Hale) Doll. Hal grew up in Chokio, Minn. He moved to Colorado and then on to Oregon in 1962. He has lived in Sweet Home since 1969. Mr. Doll served in the United States Army from 1958 to 1961. He owned and helped operate the Waterhole Tavern for 26 years and was a partner in the Firepit Tavern for three years. He enjoyed playing cards and traveling. Mr. Doll is survived by his wife. Cheri Doll of Sweet Home; daugh- ters Jeana Doll of Sweet Home and Brittany Warthen of Monmouth; son Cordell Doll of Coos Bay; sisters JoAnne Morrill of Grand Junction. Colo., Florence McLamb of Fayette- ville. N.C.; stepdaughter Donna St. John-Brummett of Pahrump, Nev.: 10 grandchildren and three great- ' POMERANIANS & 1" PAPILLONS l Beautiful, healthy puppies l Exceptionally well cared for Registered, Veterinarian Checked, Paper Trained, Puppy Kit 1 i Small, easy care 1 Easy to train Devoted companions 1 Veterinarian a 0proved 1 Beautiful garden setting 0000oo-s+00o grandchildren. He was pre- ceded in death by his father, Joseph Doll in 1989, mother Nellie Doll in 2001 : brother Arthur Doll in 2010; and step- son Kevin Stiles. Memorial contributions can be made in his name to Samaritan Ev- ergreen Hospice. 1046 6th Avenue S.W.. Albany, OR97321-1999. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m.. Saturday May 5.2012, at the VFW Hall in Sweet Home. Sweet Home Funeral Chapel is handling arrangements. Diane Hagemann July 27. 1947 - April 1, 2012 Diane L. Hagemann, 64, of Sweet'Home died April 1, 2012. She was born July 27. 1947 in Ross. Calif.. to Jack Barton and Norma Jeanette (Abbott) Wenger. She moved from Vallejo, Ca- lif.. to Sweet Home in 2004. She was an IT specialist who loved traveling, sailing and entertaining. She had a specialspirit, touch- ing people everywhere. A celebration of life is planned for noon Sunday, May 6. at 27091 Old Holley Road. Come and cel- ebrate with a Mexican fiesta. Sweet Home Funeral Cha- pel is handling the arrangements. Wanda Rutter Aug. 29, 1959 - April 23, 2012 Wanda Eve Rutter, 52. of Sweet Home died April 23, 2012. She was born Aug. 29, 1959 in Klamath Falls to James W. and M. Wanda (Fowler) Rut- ter. She at- tended Klamath Union High School. She was a member of the Shasta Way Christian Church. Ms. Rutter enjoyed reading, crochet, television and her cats. She loved sending cards to family and keeping up on their birthdays. She is survived by her mother. M: Wanda Rutter of Sweet Home: brothers Neal J.A. and sister-in- law Lisa Rutter of Klamath Falls. Jeffery D. and sister-in-law Vanesa Gallup of Sweet Home, and Brent W. Gallup of Sweet Home: sisters Terrill and brother-in-law Arnie Boers of Carnation, Wash., and Lorrie J. and brother-in-law Jerry Hardin of Nampa, Idaho: and many nieces and nephews. Ms. Rutter was preceded in death by her father. James W Rut- ter, in 1987. Private family services have been held. Sweet Home Funeral Chapel is handling the arrange- ments. Medicare basics newcomers Senior Health Insurance Benefits Assistance - S HIBA - will hold a New to Medicare class coveting the basics of Medicare A. B. C and D from 10 a.m. to noon Thursday, May 10. at the Sweet Home Senior Center. This class is designed for anyone who will be eligible for Medicare within a few months or is new to Medicare. It is also a valuable class for current beneficiaries who would like a better understanding of their Medi- care benefits and options for changes or additional coverage. Spouses and other relatives are welcome to attend. The class is taught by an unbiased SHIBA Counselor and sponsored by Linn-Benton RSVP. Reservations are required. Call (541) 812-0849 to enroll.