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Page 2 Vc tJn (' .oMml JNITM - November 28, 2012 T.r_. Nr_w ERA ON TIlE ROAD CROSSWORD KEY Today's puzzle is on Page 11 SUDOKU KEY Today's puzzle is on Page 11 Hanging in Cabo with Captain Jack The New Era went with a group of Sweet Home friends on a trip to Cabo San Lucas. Here, from left with a statue of pirate Captain Jack Sparrow from the Pirates oftha Caribbean movie series, are Alan (Wahoo) Kleiven, Lori Kleiven, Shawn Anderson, Captain Jack, Ginger Launder, Ray (Easy Money) Launder, Burlon Miller (hoMing The New Era) Michele Henderson, Chuck Hopper and Dawnita Anderson (kneeling). iii i~1,1- 1,1.1v I()lVll- I 1 1. IAISIH iPiFiA IPlRI~ -!. !.-!- IMIAIR , i 7 s 9:3 8141 i i I 7 4 1 6 8 9121 3 8 2 7 5111 .,8 e 9 5 1 4131 , 3 2 T4 9 elsI 15 1 3 8 6 2171 9 2 T n l lel i 2 8 6 3 4 7191 ' 9 5 4 .1 2 31sl i i filll It flflllrj liP? Call (541) 367-2135 OBITUARIES v'~5"~7; r .a*" Y lived for the remainder of his life. He served in the Air Force between Nov. 5, 1942 - Nov. 24, 2012 1.962 and 1964 and was stationed Virgil Raymond, 70, of Sweet in Alaska during the Vietnam War. Home died Nov. 24, 2012. Mr. Raymond was a millwright He was born Nov. 5, 1942 inand worked as a manager for many Cottage Grove to Ransom Royal years at Woodx in Brownsville. He and Bessie (Gertchie)Raymond. loved his dog Macie. He enjoyed He spent his childhood in watching deer and wildlife, fish- Florence, then moved to the Sweet ing, camping and spending time Home and Lebanon areas, where he with his kids and grandkids. RPH Mon.- Fri. 9 a.m. - 6 p,m. Saturday 9 a.m,: 1 p,m, FRESH Mr. Raymond is survived by his daughters, Sandra McCardy of Lebanon, Michelle Raymond of Albany, and Valerie Wolfe of Sweet Home; son Brian Raymond of Troutdale; 16 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and dog Macie. He was preceded in death by sons Gary Raymond and Ron Ray- mond; his parents; brother Clarice Raymond; and many other brothers and sisters. Graveside service will be at 1 p.m. Friday, Nov. 30, at Gil- liland Cemetery. A Celebration of Life will follow at 2 p.m. at Sweet Home VFW. Sweet Home Funeral Chapel is handling arrangements, www. sweethomefuneral.com Vernon Sutton Jr. July 29,1948 - Nov. 22, 2012 Vernon Eugene "Buz" Sutton Jr., 64, of Sweet Home died Nov. 22, 2012. He was born July 29, 1948 in Vallejo, Calif. to Vernon (Sr.) and Lily Jean (Erickson) Sutton. He resided in Riddle until Alta Mae Kliever December 4, 1917 - November 20, 2012 Alta was born in Hobo, Ore- ciation to Mi- gon, to Ernest and Tessie Light- chelle Nixon foot on December 4, t917. and the entire Just two weeks before her staff of Haw- 95th birthday, site passed away thorne House on November 20, 2012 while in for their won- residence at Hawthorne House derful care of located in Salem, Oregon. Alta. A Celebration of Life will- Memorial be held on Saturday, December contributions are suggested in 1, 2012, from noon to 2 p.m. lieu of flowers'to the National at the Dallas Mortuary Tribute Parkinson Foundation, in care Center, (287 SW Washingtonof Dallas Mortuary Tribute Street, Dallas). A catered buf- Center who is handling the ar- fet of the family's favorite Alta rangements. recipes will be served with wine To view the full obituary and beverages: and leave online condolences The family wishes to ex- please go to www.dallastribute. tend our many thanks and appre- com. Paid Obituary graduating from Riddle High School in 1966. After graduation he served in the U.S. Navy until 1993. Mr. Sut- ton lived a year in Oklahoma be- fore moving to Albany in 1994. He then moved to Sodaville and lived there until 2007, when he moved to Sweet Home. Mr. Sutton worked for Pacific Cast Tech for 15 years. He be- longed to the Church of Christ for many years, then attended the Hol- ley Church. He enjoyed reading, camping, fishing, cooking, wood carving and people. Mr. Sutton is survived by his wife, Susan O'Donnell Sutton of Sweet Home; children Erik Sutton and daughter-in-law Michelle of Sweet Home, Amy Sutton Hinton and son-in-law Russell of Oklaho- ma City, Okla., and step-son Brody Johnson; sisters Sylvia Nichols and husband Ken, and Liz Ris- seeuw and husband Lonnie both of Roseburg; three grandchildren; four nieces and nephews; and spe- cial great-niece Chandra Risseeuw of Albany. Contributions may be made in his name to the V.A. or the college fund for Brody Johnson. Celebration of Life will be from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 1, at the Buz Sutton home. Sweet Home Funeral Chapel is handling the arrangements. , -- ....................... I ,~ ~/~Ll:b I All Proceeds Will Benefit tile Sullshinc Industries Building Fund ~ S~'~ ORDER FORM: ................. .................. S UP P 0 R T G R 0 U P ' Make Checks Payable to" ~" ..... 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