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Page 2 Vc tJ c mmt JNITV - June 13, 2012 ThE NEw ERa ON THE R oab CROSSWORD KEY Today's puzzle is on Page X SUDOKU KEY Today's puzzle is on Page X In the Great Smokies The New Era went with Neal and Sharon Smith on a cross-country trek to Georgia, to a family reunion. Along their way to Hazelhurst, Ga.. they stopped at Yosemite, Zion and Arches national parks and Death Valley. Then, on the way home, they swung through the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in North Carolina, pictured here with Neal in the photo "ng? g a trip some- where (significant)? Pack along a copy of The New Era, get a picture of yourself with the newspaper ih front of a landmark, and send us a photo (good ity, please) with priate explana- tory information to Tlae New Era, P.O. Box 39, Sweet H e, OR 97386, drop it by our office at 1313 Main St., or e-mail it to news@ sweethomenews.com. ublish it as soon as possible, generally in the order that sub- missions arrive. Please include a phone bet in case we need to contact you. E R C AlP B U A rio BR S I| -g Lo_ | AM MUlL MA U P R S Li~ II 0 L I DIE TO A H E M Fi, 618 5 9 2 4 11317t I I I 1 4 3 7 5 8 21619I 9 7 2 6 1 3 415181 I B B 497536812 83 629 1 574 7 1 938 2 645 3684759 1512 4 1 6 9 7 8 3 J GQI B nfm liP? Call (541) 367-2135 OBITUARIES Betty Hugley Oct. 22, 1927 - May 31. 2012 Betty Iona Hugley, 83, of Sweet Home died May 31. 2012. She was born Oct. 22. 1927 in Duluth, Minn. to Martin and Anna (Schaff) Amundson. After graduating from high school, she moved from Minne- sota to Oregon with her family. The nursery b4oaded with blooms. She met Don- aid Hugley and they mar- fled March 13, 1946. Mr. Hug- ley joined the Army and served in the Korean War from 1950 to 1952. Mrs. Hughley raised her family and lived in Sweet Home most of her life. S he loved being a housewife and mother. They had three devoted children, with whom they lived and worked closely with all of their lives. Mrs. Hugley came from a family of avid music lovers and talented musicians, and her branch of the family would carve their niche in the world of music. For many decades the Hugleys, turing t! WE HAVE HUNDREDS OF PHOTOS OF GRADUATION But because of space restraints we can only publish a few. 1313 Main Street, Sweet Home 541.367.21 35 Come see what you're missing., an.d have your favorites burned to a C.D. or have them printed Dy our friendly staff, with their children Ronal6, Mel- ody and Nancy and. on occasion, other family members, toured and performed, country music under such names as "The Red I-Iewads" and "Surefire Country." Family was the most important thing to Mrs. Hugley and she was the "go-to" person for everyone in her large and extended family She conformed tO her roles as mother and an elder sister nat- urally and completely. She was well known for her caring de- meanor, her youthful humor and good o1' dose of kitchen gossip She was a truly unique woman and there will never be another one like her. She will be dearly missed by all who loved her, but her influen- tial leadership and strength will live on through the many people and lives she touched. The Hugleys were long-time members of the Sweet Home Vet- erans. Mrs. Hugley is survived by her son, Ronald Hugley; daugh- ters Melody Ferdani and Nancy Berggren, all of Sweet Home; brothers Eugene Amundson of Sweet Home and Eldon Schaff of Baker City: sister Anita Clifton of Sweet Home: six grandchildren. numerous great-grandchildren, and nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband. Donald in 2007; four brothers, Floyd, Arne, Rich- ard and Ike; and two sisters, Lu- cinda and Luella. A VFW Auxiliary Remem- brance Memorial was held June 10 at Gilliland Cemetery, fol- lowed by a memorial potluck re- ception at the Sweet Home VFW. In lieu of flowers, the family is asking all monetary donations be made to the Betty Hugley memo- rial fund at Wells Fargo bank. Sweet Home Funeral Chapel is handling arrangements. Frances Maycumber Aug. 17. 1923 -June 8. 2012 Frances Nadine Maycumber. 88. of Sweet Home died June 8. 2012. She was born Aug. 17, 1923 in North Bend to Jeff and Flossie Abell. She came to Sweet Home with her young family in 1957 and has lived here ever since. She was a member of the United Methodist Church. Frances and her husband renewed their vows and celebrated ? TAKE THE B U S ! 541.367.4775 linnshuttle.com their 63rd wed- ding anniver- sary in 2007. M r s Maycumber enjoyed sew- ing, reading and cards. She loved her fam- ily and friends. She is survived by her daugh- ter. Teena Emerson of Lincoln City; four grandchildren: four great-grandchildren. Frances was preceded in death by her husband. Allyn Harding Maycumber; brother Harold Abell: and daughter Maria Kintigh. Sweet Home Funeral Chapel is handling the arrangements. Death Notice Robert Charles Stevens. 67. of Sweet Home died June 6, 2012. Sweet Home Funeral Chapel is handling the arrangements. For more updated infomraiton, wsit www.sweethomefuneral.com. I IRTilS April 9: Isaiah Tyler Arndt. born to Laura and Larsen Arndt of Sweet Home at 6:23 p.m. Isaiah weighed 9 pounds 4 ounces and was 21.5 inches long with black hair and blue eyes. His mother is a homemaker. His father is a logger with D&S Logging. Maternal grandparents are Ron and Joyce Ulshafer of Brea. Calif. Paternal grandparents are Don and Bonnie Arndt of Sweet home. He joins a sister, Liesel. Free Pregnancy Tests 367-2447 1344 Main St. V v Open Mon. &Wed. 12-5 www.possiblypreg na nt.org