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(541) 367-2135 Child Care Child Care in Sweet Home, Great Care; Loving Learning Environment, Nutritious Meals Call Retha 541-818- 0242 28-31 p Consignment Stacey's Clhes Corral & Horse Tack 748 S Main St. Lebanon, Or. 97355 541-409-827 23-52nc Clothing Our Dream Closet Fashion Boutique ALL NEW Clothing & Accessories DALLY SPECIALS Name Brand Jeans 880 Main Street, Lebanon (541)401-1905 4-52nc Wan t e d I'm a logging history researcher buying old logging hand tools: cross cut saw fil- ing tools, under cutters, spring boards, Kerosene hook bottles, falling axes, etc. Call Mark @ (503) 364-5856 Please leave message if no answer. 15-30p Fast Service & Great Price! Our propane price is now $ 2.75/gal. Sweet Home RV Center 4691 Hwy 20, 541-367-4293 tfn Appliances Like-Nu Appliance, Inc. Huge Appliance Showroom - Recondi- tioned Large Appliance Sales, Parts & Service. 2711 S Main Road Lebanon, Or 97355 (541) 259-1131 www.LikeNuAppliance.com 9-52P Livestock Goat Stud Service Proven chocolate pygmy. Also, proven registered fainting goat buck. Call for details 541-401-0946 ffn-NC DIFFICULTY THIS WEEK: * -*- ConD'actors POLE Buildings Erected on your site. Langdon Construction 541-451-3911 CCB#21044 19TFN-C For Rent Apartments for Rent Sweet Home LARGE 1 Bdrm ground-level apartment, newly remodeled, in two-unit building. Close to town. $375.00/month +$300.00 Deposit. Includes s/wig. ALL UTILITIES paid. Small one bedroom efficiency unit close to town. $350.00/month+$300.00 Deposit. 2 BEDROOM upstairs in two-unit building. s/wig paid. $395.00/month + $300 Deposit. MONTHLY RV Sites. Full hook-ups, s/w/g paid. 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The Quality & Convenience "-Zr, You Deserve! 1313 Main St. 367-2135 I 0000DONATE YOUR CAR f00Herit.00ge Photos by Sean C. Morgan The Sweet Home Drum Corps, from left, Brady Severns, Justin Wale and Jered Severns performs and places first in the Chips 'N' Splinters talent show Thursday. 3 8 3 5 3 6 6 5 9 2 1 2 4 8 1 4 5 7 6 3 5 9 9 4 5 3 2 6 8 7 Place a number in the empty boxes in such a way that each row across, each column down and each small 9-box square contains all of the numbers from one to nine. * Moderate --k Challenging * * * Hoe BOY 2012 King Features Synd., Inc. ACROSS 1 Injure severely 5 Second me. 8 Reverberate 12 Erstwhile Peruvian 13 Meadow 14 Carpet style 15 Entrance 16 Tuna variety 18 Baseball game division 20 Not on the road 21 School district CEO 23 Common Mkt. 24 Type of tree 28 Sharpen 31 "That feels so goodl" 32 Distend 34 Raw rock 35 Restaurant employee 37 Hamlet's castle 39 Morning light 41 Promgoers' car 42 T-shirt fabric 45 Situated below 49 One who'll eat anything 51 Tittle 52 Manhandle 12 15 18 lll 24 25 26 31 35 42 43 49 52 55-'g-' -- -- 53 Bro's sibling 54 Rabbit 55 Initial stake 56 Type measures 57 Greek vowels DOWN 1 Calf-length 2 Unsigned (Abbr.) 3 PC picture 4 Actress Tomei 5 Standard bearer?. 6 Slithery --m m 9 10 11 L -II 2g 30 34 m I 0 II 46 47 48 swimmer 30 Golf-ball 7 All- prop 8 Shun 33 Clock 9 "Chattan- information ooga --" 36 Vain 10 Damage 38 See 11 Curved 40 Election me. molding 42 Prolonged 17 Dined on sleep 19 Unfeeling 43 Muscat's 22 Billy Goats land Gruff foe 44 Sniffer 24 Pouch 46 Owl's call 25 Cry of 47 Sicilian derision volcano 26 Old joke 48 Shafts of 27 Simplicity light 2g Blunder 50 Edge Ed Miller looks through canes carved by Phillip Adams of Scio, left, at the Singing Christmas Tree Bazaar held at Sweet Home High School follow- ing the parade on Saturday. II Holiday From page 8 the Linn County District Attorney's Office, incoming Linn County District Attorney Doug Marteeny, retired Spanish teacher Cynde Burford, and Oregon Jamboree Event Manager Erin Regrutto. The parade included 55 entries and was led by grand marshals Howard and Lerena Ruby. Parade winners include the following: Equestrian: Rip and Walon Logan riding mules, first place; Rhinestone Riders, second; Casey and Alex Stutz youth riders, third. Churches: Little Promises, first place; Sweet Home Nazarene Church, sec- ond; Sweet Home United Methodist Christian men's group, third. Community Royalty Courts: Leba- non Strawberry Festival Court, first place; Sweet Home Sportsman's Hol- iday Court, second. Commercial: Elite Performance Academy and Sweet Home Safe- way, first place; A&W, second; Sweet Home Sanitation, third. Youth Groups: Cub Scout Pack 363, first place; Cub Scout Pack 395, sec- ond. Fraternal Organizations: Boys and Girls Club, first place; Sweet Home VFW, second; Sweet Home Alumni Foundation, third. Walkers and Performing Groups: Sweet Home High School Dance Team, first place; Not Another Zombie Movie, second. Any Vehicle, 1970 to present: Bob Day, Chevy S-10, first place; Timber- line Logging, second. Any Vehicle, Pre-1970: John Down '65 Jeep, first place; "Smber Tech, second; Liberty Rock, third. Photo by Chris Pinto Competitors from Rice Logging compete during For more Logger Olym- pics photos, visit our 2012 Logger Olympics slide show in the photo gal- leries at sweethomenews.com. Full results of the Logger Olympics re- suits in next week's issue