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ThE RECORD - July 18, 1984- Page 4 ii i ii i 15% OFF SALE On ALL CHAIN SAWS IN STOCK!! twelve models - 1.7 cubic inches to 4.8 cubic inches sprockPt-tuse guidebar, 12 to 27 inches lr)ng. Aut( matte oiler. Counterbalanced crank shaft. Most models also have an so- lated engine for operating comfort and a throttle-trigger interkk %,stem • iii -" Nothing Runs ,.... Like a Deere 889-7254 HOLLINGSWORTH'S INC. 1 Mile South of Airport Corner, Ontario, Oregon I I i i I I Ever Buy a Used Car that Broke Down... ' Nobody else sells used cars with a S.month / $,000 mile used vehicle plan*... Nobody else sells new cars with a S-yr. / 50,000 mile protection plan* ... W r tn .e.. We have 81 new and used vehicles and exceeded our mid-month objective. We've set an even larger goal for total July sales. US BEFORE JULY 31st H RYSLER.PLYMOUTH • DODGE Mon.-Fri Ill 8 P.M. Next to N'k'Donalds. Sha the sat Ill 5 P.M. building with $oden International Ontario 889-8989 • Avatla at Chrysler, Plymouth, Dodge deities, used ˘€s with less than 7S,000 miles. Job The full title is the Southwest Idaho Private Industry Council UplDer, Country Employment Expan Program. AI Harrington is heading it up through the school system. His officeL is located in the school's White House. , The program is for young people between 16-21 whether in school or out. There are some financial qualifications. The program's purpose is to provide career, deeision-making and job seeking and keeping skills. ", The training will be provided outside of regular school hours. As part of the program, occupational field trips will be taken to various plants: In addition, they will explore what's available in this community. The program covers Council, Cam- bridge, and Midvale. AI will have a part-time assistant in Cambridge. The program has four basic ob- jectives. The first is to help the students learn career decision-making skills, such as assessing their own skills, knowing what kinds of jobs are available and what jobs will grow. The second objective is job seeking and getting• These are the basic skills of resume-writing and job interviews. Under job keeping they will learn the value of understanding initiative, loyalty and satisfactory job per- formanee. They will also learn about proper grooming, punctuality and reasons for rules and regulations on the job. The final category is job changing Here they learn when it is appropriate to change jobs and how to go about it. The program will service 24 people this year. Part of the program is job placement. AI has worked with Job Service in McCall and Nampa and is highly qualified in this area. Employees can get a tax break of up to $3,800 per year for hiring participants in this program. This program has been needed in this area for a long time, AI reported. It has been available if someone went to Boise training prol00am oliered to youth or Canyon°County. If the program is successful, :it could be expanded and more m one3,made available: AI. a CHS .graduate, grew up in Cotm,cil, .but had to leave to gain job skills :experienee. He is now back and plans t stay. That is: one of the reasons he is so excited about working with C youth. He figures by helping4kmn, see where job skills can be obtained, and even if they have to leave for a while they too will want to return to Council bringing their skills with them. He also likes helping people. A! is married to the former Glenda Stout, alsqa Couneilite. They have two children, ler and Andrea with a third child expected in September. AI urges anyone interested or any parent or employer to call him at 2-53- 4237 or 253-4707. AI Harrington heads Upper Country Youth Job Training program. New assistant at Idaho First v Bob Sonnichsen M Robert Sonnichsen is the new assistant manager at the Idaho First National Bank here in Council. Mr. Sonniehsen started with Idaho First in 1981 at Rexburg In June of 1983 he was transferred to Cottonwood, again as loan officer. There he worked under Bill Daniels. who several years ago worked in Council. When he was offered the job in Council, he gladly accepted. He also feels it was an honor to be offered the position here. Mr Sonnichesen is a graduate of the University of Idaho; he often drove through Council on his way to and from school and his home in Jerome. At one time, he was working on a Masters in Counseling. He farmed in Southern Idaho before entering the banking field. He taught secondary school one semester. He worked as a river guide for three summers on the Middle Fork of the Salmon River near Stanley. Above all, Mr. Sonniclmen considers himself people-oriented. He enjoys banking and feels his farming and counseling backgrounds aid him in helping people. "Nowdays, bankers are more like financial counselors than just money-lenders," he said. He and his wife, Kelly have one son who will be 2 years old in September. She is also a graduate of the U of I. She has worked for a doctor. They both like skiing. He also likes fishing and pheasant hunting. Crime Report .... Subject identified and removed from are. July 12: Larceny reported. Under investigation. July 12: Check fraud reported. Turned over to prosecutor. July 14: Arrested Donald Upton and Joyce Boney,do for manufacturing and possession of a controlled SUbstance. July 15: Vandalism i"ported to vehicle Under investigation. July 16: Vicious dog reported. Under investigation. July 17: Domestic problem reported Investigated and cleared the scene before. , I Also see the new Bernette over- lock machine. It cu.s;.sews an overlocks all in one operation. u I !1 ,11 Switzerland's First BERNII00LA E] Stepping into the Future with the Quality of the Past i U i The affordable, portable: i 802 Sport Electronic . " Imagine. the beginner's ! Bernina at such sensat,ona savings! Now you've more ' reason than ever to make the world's finest sewing machine your own. And it's yours at a savings of $200 You'll start with the 802 and stay with Bernina for a lifetime. See it today. $599" I FABRICS & i / BRIDAL S.W. 4th Ave" Ontario, Ore. Assembly of God's new pastor and his family, John and Bonnie LeRoy with children, Kristi, 12, and Tommy, 8. : New-pastor for Assembly of God The new pastor and his family of • Council's Assembly of God Church arrived last week. Sunday, July 15th was their first Sunday with their new :.congregatiem. After the evening set- ;vice, there was an informal get- acquainted fellowship. Reverend John LeRoy and his wife, Bonnie, have two children, Kristi, 12, and Tommy. 8. The LeRos come to Council from Covina, California where they have lived for the past 5 years. Pastor LeRoy was associate pastor of ASUSA Assembly which was their • church home for 10 years. (John is a veteran. He was stationed in Germany where he met and became friends with AI and Glenda Harrington. ) Both John and Bonnie have teaching credentials in elementary education. Bonnie taught kindergarten last year but she has also taught 3rd and 4th grades. John likes to golf and enjoys carpentry. Bonnie sews and does handicrafts. She also plays the piano. They both like Council very much, think it's beautiful and have found everyone to be very friendly. As a pastor, John would like to help meet the needs of the community and assist fellow believers in accomplishing the work of God.  Lake Veterinary Hospital open "* Dale Lake and his wife, Cheri, are in the process of setting up their new veterinary clinic, Lake Veterinary ;; Hospital on Orchard Road. They have been caring for some small animal patients for about a week. This past month, they have been busy remodeling the hospital. In another month, they hope to have the bern finished. The barn will aeeomodate horses and cows. They are still waiting on some of the equipment to handle the large animal patients. The hospital will have treatment rooms, a surgery and labs including a radiology lab. Dale graduated from Washington °" f .................. State University at Pullman in 1983. He did his pre-vet training at the University of Idaho at Moscow. Dale worked for a year after graduating in Ferndale, Washington. " We has  always liked animals, but it was through 4.-H that he decided to Dale & Chert Lake becolnaeterinarn He had a friend would like to spend the rest of their in Lewiston who was a vet; he gave lives in Council. Dale plenty of good advice and tips. Dale is a fiddler. That's how he met Dale was born in Council. His family Chert. Her family were registered moved to Lewiston when he was about 4 contestants for Weiser's Old-Time years old. but he still considers Council Fiddlers Contest. They have been as home base. Chert grew up in Weiser married three years and are expecting where her folks still live. The)" both their first child at the end of September. Elementary school has new playground equipment Anyone driving past the Council Other surprises for anyone missing Elementary School last Monday or out on being on the inside were: June Tuesday may have seen several adults and Dr. Ochs helping set pipes into a on the playground. Passers-by who hole, or Kurl Danielson, Will Maard, recognized Reed and Earl Henderson Evelyn Cairns, Nikki Maggard, and Bill digging post holes on the playground in Decker mixing cement and filling the middle of haying season had cause holes. to wonder what was going on. Even However, now that the project is near more concern may have been caused by completion, everyone can see and the sight of a Boise Cascade truck appreciate that the children at Council unloading rocks on the playground, or Elementary School now have new play the sight of Steve Schwilling digging equipment ready to use when school more holes with his backhoe starts this fall *Upgrade Carpet *House Door w;Storm Front & Rear *Shutters *D*shwasher *Garbage Disposal *All Electric *Large 2 Door Refer • *Ce, l,ng L,tes all Bdrm *Plank Ce, hng *Hardboard Ext. ;,dlng ,...elm@ 0vl Irlm hm *Extra Storage Cabinet *Bath Fans *(']arden Tub *Extra Ceiling lnsut *2x6 Sidew a*k R-lq *4th Bdr m/Den option *Hollow Core Cablnel Doors *Duo/Glaze Wndows -Hutch/Book qheh, es *Sh*ngle Roof I;6OSq.00.ll == s28,900 °° !! ONTARIO HOMES 88q447 1581 llUver IRNI o . EXTRA BONUS'.'.' raer your new Chadwick Before Jnly 31, 1984 and We Will Install Skirting at no Additional Charle!!,