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LUSTRATEI) BIBLE Temperatures Forecast Lake Levels oo > >oooooooo Local author's fourth history collection follows strong sales of previous volumes By Scoff Swanson Of The New Era Mona Waibel is just trying to keep up with the demand for her books on Sweet Home history, which now number four and have sold far beyond her expectations. The four volumes are ex- panded editions of the "Remem- bering the Good Old Days" col- umns Waibel has written for the monthly 55 Plus senior publica- tion in The New Era. Her most recent, which fo- cuses on memories of Sweet Home-area schools, was com- pleted just in time for the high school's 100th anniversary All- Years Reunion, held during this year's Sportsman's Holiday. "I wrote about the 100 years of Sweet Home High School and all the other schools that have been closed in the area, though a few of them are still going," Wai- bel said. "I just thought it would be a good thing to write about them." The 208-page book may be expanded slightly for its next printing, as she has a number of photos that were missing from the initial edition. The book sells for $25 and is available at the East Linn Mu- seum and at The New Era. All the proceeds are going to the Sweet Home Alumni Associa- tion's scholarship fund, she said. "I pretty well covered all 100 years of the graduating classes," Waibel said. "When I couldn't get a picture of the class, I got pictures of sports or other activities." : !:;II?I 7! :I TI!II!IIII!II! I! IIIIII II I II' Photo by Scott Swanson Mona Waibel holds the latest published volume of her series of col- lections of historical columns she's written for The New Era. She's already working on 3,000 copies and she said others her fifth collection, but she's not are not far behind. sure when it will be completed. "I never expected that much "I don't want to wear myself response," she said. "I've really out," said Waibel. appreciated how people buy the She said she's surprised by books. A lot of them know that the demand for the books. The this one is going to the scholar- first volume has sold more than ship program." From page 2 Vivian Powell Vivian Marie Powell died on Aug. 14, 2012 at Twin Oaks Health andRehabilitation Center. She was born to Joseph Glenn Strother and Alma Lee Faulkner. She was married to Leon Bark- er and had five children, including James Barker, now deceased; Linda Ivie. of Sweet Home; Susan Kerly of Tucson, Ariz.; Betsy Szyw-man- ski of Vail, Ariz.; and Pete Barker of Tucson, Ariz. She had 11 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Mrs. Powell was a Jehovah's Witness and enjoyed reading the Bible with her friends. She had friends at Twin Oaks. Ernest Thibodeaux Aug. 4, 1949-Aug. 12, 2012 Ernest Roy Thibodeaux, 63, of Sweet Home died Aug. 12, 2012. He was born Aug. 4, 1949 in Jennings, La to Ernest J. and Mary (Bryan) Thibodeaux. He lived most of his life in Louisiana. He moved to Sweet Home in 2002. He was a mechanic and truck driver. Mr Thi- bodeaux is survived by a daughter, Brandy of Louisiana; son John of Flor- ida; mother Mary Hill- iard of Sweet Home; and six grandchildren. Funeral services were held Aug. 17 at Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, with burial at Liberty Cemetery. Sweet Home Funeral Chapel is handling the arrangements. Photo by Sean C. Morgan Sue Haley, left, and Corky Lowen sort through photos for their calendar. Genealogy calendar in the works By Sean C. Morgan the lakes and Christmas, among Of The New Era others, Haley said. The Sweet Home Genealogi- Haley said the organization cal Society is asking for historic would also like to include a theme photos again, this time to put to- for the Scouts since the Girl Scouts gether a 2013 calendar, celebrated their 100th anniversary The society previously re- with a national level event here this ceived more than 2,000 photos and year. used some 1,500 in a coffee table Lowen said the society would history book about Sweet Home like to continue producing a calen- last year. dar annually. "We're looking for old - reallyFunds from the calendar and old pictures - to put in a calendar," book are used to cover Genealogi- said Sue Haley, chairwoman of the cal Society Library expenses, Lo- calendar committee. The society wen said. The last calendar sold last created a calendar in 2010. more than 200 copies at $10 each. "People bought the calendar She is hoping the calendar will because it had pictures they hadn't be complete and for sale by No- seen or couldn't get any other way," vember atthe latest, Lowen said. said Corky Lowen, a volunteer on Last year's book continues to the project: sell well, Lowen said. The Genea- The society has a lot of photos logical Society recently received from the 1970S and 1980s, Lowen 100 more books, bringing the total said, and it would really like to find to 400 in print. earlier photos for the calendar. "Since the book came out, The society has a few photoswe've had some families come in of older cars and trucks, Haley and ask, 'Are you going to do an- said, and the calendar will include other book?'" Lowen said. They a section on them. want to include their historic fami- Right now, Lowen and Haley lies in a new book. are poring through old photos from For information, to provide The New Era and getting them into photos, which can be scanned and some semblence of order, Lowen given back immediately, or to or- said. der a book or calendar, contact the Ideally, the calendar will fea- Genealogical Society Library at ture a number of themes, includ- (541) 367-5034 or visit the library, ing the construction of the dams, located at the intersection of 13th parades, logging, community orga- and Kalmia, across from the Sweet nizations, veterans, recreation and Home Public Library. Mon. - Fri. 9 a,m. - 6 p.m. Calh00n, RPH Saturday 9 a.m I p,m. d inside Thriftway