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. ... ..e.,.. .. ...r,.., Ore.o., ....r, . ,,,, Sheri d a n Ma n Ta kes Colde,00,ed00 Ho,o00ed S,,day jlllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIr IIIIII1111111111 t I,tlllillIIIIIIJlllllllllltllllllllllllll Inllllll I IiiI I  - =" u reh =" iii Forest O rove ride With Potluck B u Relatives " " ii! i 00News i .-" . " = -" n &apos; o . , . golden wedding anniversary Sheridan. There also are nine " " Monday, Jan. 6,but werehonor- grandchildren and three great- ed with a potluck Sunday at the grandchildren, all of whom were = ---.. .... , i I.OF hall. Sixty relatives at- here for the golden weddingan- I]lrJKRIDlqdN Jl.'l" Cm]KZ][ RZIJ,,AJbNA -" tended, niversary party. - - The dessert included two an- ..  (tkI  MII  "- nlversary cakes, one of which AMERICAN LEGION i i -  ID'dy C]nr.h" Raymond Mlshler, Minister -" had been baked and dec,rat- AIIYI/IADY ed by Mr andMrs. Blanchard's T H- ,,h ......... '-, - ...... 1 .... - .=..... 0. o_--.olaent =  W_ IF,  -week 1 ]eeU .= daughter. Mrs. i,'lOyCl U1 rlcn 111, ,, ,,, =" Tele. 843.6969 or 843-6964 7"45 p.m. -: of McMinnvflle - ................ -" S.* Wo11=hlp hedklle = -" For the event, Mrs. Bland Visiting members Welcon're .= B hOol (I foe all  Idhool .......... 10 AM. -" cnara wore a cranoerry re ........... = . brocaded dress with jacket and Meets na an, 4in Monaays = ) 9:45 a.  Anne Mtthews, Wp Hour .......... 11 , _- black accessories with a white ....... _-," Stll)erlntP.rent Dennis r- y eveDlz setlrlee _ T P.M. _-" carnation corsage. 'two- oz the'" IIIIIIIIIlUlIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII =. camux, Assistant SuperttendentwI a ......................... Sen'vices 7130 P'm" " ii i- :" :.    .l i}i guests, Mrs. Nettle Potter of I' . M Worship ................ 11 .m. = Sheridan and Waldo Potter of ,,,, ad V&I =  Endeavor ....... 6:30 pu mrell Day tt ,- Portland, attended the Blan- chard wedding ceremony 50 F]RS ]'Illn Service ................ "/:38 p,z WIddl= ' 8M. .= ......... ,:: years ago. =tt=y mort. .= i::i:: :':ii  iiii Following the dinner, a de- .; l'llr Meeting  Bible Study Sabbath Se31oo1 9=30 A.  -" lightful program was present- U^@ililIIPU : ...................... .7:80 p. Fte 11 A.   ed. Featured was the oldest IIIUILI-UVII ' I i i granddaughter, Mrs. Darwin II A Ill  I =  ee ................... 8.30 p.m.  : --- " Johnson of Lahabra, Calif.,who IIl|- IN " -_  , -- = Tldnlt7  ( Good S Cbb = read a poem as though Mr. IIIpV  10W .pnrea Blanchard was speaking to Mrso ]1 perlorm$ne rDairl sa -= $_10 IhlddlI Illl Jtmday Masses at: .-" Blanchard after the 50 years of marriage. DarwinJolmson sang =: ,a=,.._..._ """ "-"" --'""'-'= gtrt8:00FrldayA" M. andMase10:00at:A. ] == "Through TheYears" and "Be- ? -"   I "30 A. M. and . . cause". Granddaughters Diane  . . 7. ', _.1. = and Marilyn Blanchard and Lor-  , Telephone 47"2-6677 Faith Bible Cheqel : ene Stutzman sang trio num- .' ., .'' bers and afterwards the entire   -_  2h0Ol ......... 10:1  Welcome to the Faith Bible = group joined in for a song- .t"l']-F---* .- Wp l.l'Vle .... 9:00 a.m. Chapel Full Gospel. Sunday  fest, singing the old time fav- :,.. "- ..... services 7 p.m., Wednesday "- .rites. x.. -" I Cbze. of  N=ee evening services 7:30 p.m. Sun- "- Coming from out of state for ". ..- ] "- _ . day School 10 a.m. Located -'- the event were Mr. and Mrs. _*. \\; -" mwl A. Mcmk  two miles from Willamin nn -" John Norton of Lance Creek, ]  \\;, = Ity Services: old hlhwv ........ = Wyo., Mr. and Mrs. Darwin j \\;4 SInday hooL ............. 9:45 A. JL ......... -" Johnson and family of Lahabra,  "-- Mcanl,=t WorakLp ....... .1.1.:00 A.M. kt (hek  =mxeh - Calif, and Mr. and Mrs. John I ." ollth Hour ................... 7"AX) P.M. I ]lille So. of .Slt  G -: D. Norton and family and Lyle  : lor Soet3" (ag 4,11) I - Wdt] PI, " Norton, all from Citrus Heights,  :  (e 1.40) ..... -  = Calif. / - I wmhLn 7"45 P.M. r a ,,-.,. ". .... - .... " ............ - Sadie Moodie and Paul Blan- /v"- _- .  Weekly Schedule: - = chard were married in New- /;" -" II ,qmmably e ( Baljr  i " ' '" ' !i berg' at the hme f the bride"  ,=  ,,. ,,,. ,,,.--,w"""" Sall School ............ 9:. a. In. .- : groom's mother. Their fami- -- "... L ..... JL  _____ Mo W,hip ......... 11.00 am. _-" .. .. lies were acquainted and the , ,, - =,,,,]m, bl<liul,  mrlem" Youth Ac.tlvitie ............. 6:30 p.m. : two were among a party of eight Here $ your best buy" in an - ....,.., _.,he Q.4 At A EveLD Servioe. ............... 7.0 p.1 . in 1913 taking a trip through economy saw that's fast and i muu*=a  ........................ g ._=_. i Vllnw,n= -qonal P' dependable on even the = Mm'nlng W,hip ..... 11:00 A.  -- -- .mmNlr -  -" --: "--,W': ..... , _ -"' toughe;t cutting jobs. "- h .qwd,, "/' P M. mmye aerwee ............... (:m p.m. =_ where tner romance moss,m- _ ..... .. . =. ,..-....u .......... , ....... . . . e .... Trzps hrough the par'K m ru,-sizel, zb nat, tom,us ." ..=,,ua. .--t... =.o=.....,.. 'Mu"*t'  PJ's ............ 8.30 p.m. .- , " .... h,cCdtoch super Pintall chain tnose aays were ma(e wim i '11At.qa3" Evening ..... .7:45 P.M. i as well as a host of other teams of horses, Mr. Blanchard features make the McCullorh -"  IK'I'J(DZIT (IllBRCIE "_- had homesteaded in Graybull, MAC 15 the natural choice "A  f' AU A _- Wyo. in 1907, so took his bride for cutting firewood or . n v.,nm*. for thotr ft,'* h., enceposts, clearing campsRI : Lmwem  IdL : ....  .......  ............ or pruning trees. It will be -" 224 Noctlb Bge Slzet __ They moved to Oregon in 1934 _your choice Stmda2r: = to a ranch near Buell. They too, when Only ;_ (:ltll 1OO1 .............. 9:45 a.m.  retired and moved into Sheri- you see it. $1- 9 =  Worship ........ 11:00 a.m. = dan in 1960 to their present ;? = lZellp otu ............ 12 Noon -" home on South Bridge Street. Meodlst Youth Fellowship = The couple has three child- Nights  -[714 . . = ren, two daughters: Mrs, Floyd -- . . .................. 6.30 p.m. . : Old Testament IntroducUon --- Ullrlch of McMinnville and Mrs. TJL - =_ coume .......... s:oo p.m. : Agee Recovering DICK'S CHAIN i Monday: =_ laye p ............. 9:30 a.m.  Norm Agee, who urerwent _______ . r : W'edeml: : major surgery Friday at Mc- SaW SHOP Saetua2y Choir reheazal  Minnville hospital, has return- . -" -" full skirt. Her elbow length Gust Gustafson .... M employed  the credit offce ed home, but will not be back I1.T bltffrA = : veil was held by a Dlor rose Melvin Agee ...... ,.Secretary of a department store in port- to work for awhile. He is re- "" " ..... "= ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: and she carried a cascade b.u- land. ported doing well. IllBIIBIIIIIlUIIIIIIIUlIIIMIIlIIIn quet of white carnations anda mmmmmmmmmmlmmmmmmimmmlmilimmmimmmmiiii Senior Citizens' First Anniversary To Be Celebrated at Silver Tea On Friday, Jan. I0, McMinn- ville Senior Citizens organiza- tion will be one .year old. To celebrate this anniversary the membership is planning to hold an open house tea, from 1 to 4 p.m., at the center -- located at First and Galloway Streets in McMinnville According to Mrs. J. B. Le- Roy, chairman of the anniver- sary committee, entertainment will be provided throughout the day. There will be electric organ music, courtesy of Klenle Music Company, and interludes of accordion music This first year has been brimming with friendliness, ac, tivfly, fulfillment and service. The success of the program is because of the efforts of many people; first of a11 those of Dr. Elton Kessel, of the Yam- hill County Health Department, who foresaw the needs of Yamhill County's older adults and secured federal funds to finance professional leadership and necessary equipment. The officers and steering committee of the organization have provided excellent leader- ship and guided the center dur- ing its first successful year. Officers are: Mrs. Grace Cope- land president; Charles Jack- man and Giles Cole, vlce-pres- Idents; Mrs. Grace Goodrich, secretary; M. M. Holmes, treasurer, Success would not have come without the ready assistance from the community and from community organizations such as Veterans of Foreign Wars, World War I Barracks and RO- tary Club. McMinnville busi- nesses have also contributed much to help the center in the first year. Senior Citizens membership consists of -66 persons overS0 years of age. Nearly all the social and recreational activ- flies of the center are initiated OPTOMETRIST Office in Hamstreet Bldg. South Bridge Street 843-68/I THURSDAYS 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M. SATURDAYS 2 P.M. TO 6 P.M. E VENINGS BY APPOINTMENT iii and arranged by members. Hol- iday parties, educational pro- grams, picnics and potluck lun- ches are all on the calendar. Members elect their own offi- cers and board of directors an- nually, and the membership at large has a voice and group policy in plaming monthly bus- iness meetings. Members con- tribute substantially to the cost of operation through voluntary donations. There are no dues and no entrance fees Anyone 50 or older is able to join Usually, interested persons are urged to fill out a copy of an interest inventory so that fu- ture programs can include their interests. There are no geo- graphical, racial or other re.- strictions of membership, only the age eligibility rule. This center has found rich rewards in community service projects. One such project is the valuable service given com- munity nursing homes and homes for the aged, where members visit and provide en- tertainment and favors. Some- times ambulatory guests are transported to the center to par- ticipate in the activities and are returned at the conclusion of the day's program. Everyone is invited to the silver tea on Jan. 10. Be sure to drop in to visit and see what McMinnville's biggest and youngest service club is doing. Former Area I Weds In Ceremony Newport Holly and candles and Christ- mas greens were used to carry out the Christmas theme at the Presbyterian church in New- port for the Dec. 21 wedding of Miss Karen Rae Thompson and Keith Erwtn Clark of New- port. The bride is the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. James J. Thompson, who resided in this area until moving to Newport five years ago, and the bride- groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Clark of New- port. Rev. Paul F. Evans of- ficiated for the double-ring cer- emony. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a full- length wedding gown of brocade satin, fashioned with a bouffant skirt, scoop neckline and long tapering sleeves. Her finger- tip nylon tulle veil was held by a crown of seed pearls. She carried chrysanthemums and tiny sprigs of holly on a white prayer book. Jeanene Zwicker was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Carol Mason, Vicki LeMaster and Ruth Lttchfleld, all of New- port, and Marcia Weber of Salem. Attendants wore red brocade gowns and carrled white fur muffs with varlgated holly with red and white bows. A sister of the bride, Con- nie Thompson, was flower girl. She wore a red velveteen dress and carried a white flower bas- ket. Wayne Brown, a cousin of the bride, was ringbearer. Candlelighters were Randy Thompson, a brother of the bride, and Elizabeth Brown, cousin of the bride. Ralph Clark was best man for his brother and ushers were Dennis Strand, Ed Tillinghast, Louis Maki, Jerry Thompson, brother of the bride, Bob Schu- bert and Andreas Tzones. The bride's mother wore a white brocade dress trimmed in fur, a white fur hat and deep red accessories. A reception was held in the church parlors, where the Christmas theme also was car- ried out in the decorations. Mrs. Dick Gurwell of Albany and Mrs. Ralph Geil of Newport, cut and served the wedding cake. Mrs. Virgil Heider of McMinnville poured and Mrs. Laura George of Newport served the punch. For traveling, the bride chose a three-piece beige suit with bone accessories, accented by an orange carnation corsage and jewelry. The couple isnow at home in Corvallis where the bridegroom is attending Oregon State university. Attending the wedding from this area were the bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown of Sheridan, Mr. and Mrs Richard Brown, Dr. and Mrs Otis Barr and Judy of Willamina and Mrs. Virgil Heider of McMinnville. white beaded Bible. Miss Janet McKibben of For- est Grove was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Mrs. Marvin Scherpf from Myrtle Point, a sister-in-law of the bride; Miss Cordelia Blake of Services Held For Woman Funeral services were held Thursday morning, Jan. 9, at Adamson's Sheridan Funeral Home for Katherine schnetzky, who died at her home on Mill street in Sheridan Monday night, Jan 6, at the age of 6, Con- cluding services were conduct- ed at Rest Haven Memorial cemetery in Eugene Thursday afternoon Born in Germany on Aug. .1, 1883, M r s. Schnetzky was daughter of Casper Brockmann. She moved to Nebraska with her parents at the age of three. On Aug 21, 1906 in Nebraska she married Oscar Schnetzky, who survives her. The Sclmetzkys lived in South Dakota until moving to Carlton in 193'7, but had lived in Sheri- dan since 1954. Shewas a mem- ber of the Lutheran Church in Nebraska and was immersed in baptism in the Christian church in 193. Survivors besides her hus- band include five sons and daughters, Erven A. Schnetzky of Eugene, Vernon A. Schnetzky of Kennewick, Wash., Odena Kramer of Bellflower, Callf., Ioua M. Brice of Coqullle and Alma Jean Raridon of Toledo; 18 grandchildren, 18 great- grandchildren; five sisters and a brother, all of Nebraska. Church Plans Missions Slate Starting Jan. 12, a school of missions will be held at the Methodist church in Sheridan on four consecutive Sundays, with the Wfllamina Methodist church congregation also at- tending. The group will be studying the book, ' 'Our Mission Today", by Trace}' K. Jones Jr The groups will meet at the church at 6 p.m. for a light supper and have the study session after.. wards There will be special care for small children. On Thursday evening, Rev. William Frank, who has been a pastor and also a teacher in Methodist work in Bolivia, was guest speaker at the church. INVENTORY i I II III SECOND BARGAIN , , , II :::;' : ;!: ".; ):'> (;" ! 2.:;' .:.% ;:..-',:C: ;, ...:v...,.'-.:..','.,,'! :C:;':;.':,, HERE ARE A FEW : ,: ='.' ::. <;. :' =::  i;;  :";':.':.',,:;:::TC '. ............... " II")I" I I VIRTUE BROS. 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