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4 The Sun, Wednesda January12,1994 By Eisa Simonson 843-3535 Please remember to donate blood at the Red Cross blood drive which is scheduled from 2 to 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 20, at the American Legion Hall. "'Noodles Around the World" was the lesson presented by Mary Ridgeway and Vi Wetzel to the Mill Creek Extension Study Group Thursday morning at the Buell Grange Hall. Wetzel made some fresh noodles on her new noodle maker and Ridgeway made three different sauc- es to serve with them. She also made a turkey noodle casserole and a pork and sauerkraut noodle dish. Betty Siplinger also brought a Jew- ish noodle pudding called apricot kugel to serve at the lunch, where the noodle dishes were sampled. During the business meeting, Ro- berta Lonsford continued the story of the wagon train headed to Oregon by telling of tragic events that befell one family. This family of 10 started from Missouri, but only three young daughters survived the trip to make their homes in the Willamette Val- ley. Also present at the meeting were Veima Wagler, RoseMary Papen, Eula Guttry, Alice Clore, Joy Kegel, Lyn Rhodes, Naomi Rogers, Elsa Simonson, Lois Black, Helen Car- ter, Lebie Thompson, Mary Kumley, Ruth White, Edna Simonson, Hor- tensia Palmer, Louise Koehler, Eioise Hulett, Margie Ellis, Bey Monroe and the hostesses, Shirley Sigrist and Vera Lyon. The February meeting will also be held at the Grange Hall and there will be a white elephant and baked food sale. Most of these funds are used for 4-H scholarships. "Noodles Around the World" was also the lesson for the Sheridan Home Extension Study Group on Thursday at the home of Darlene Grauer. Joyce Eisele spoke of the history of noodles and how they are used in many different cultures and areas of the world. She also present- ed recipes from many different countries. President Claudine Eden an- nounced that the annual spring festi- val in McMinnville will be on April 21. Also present were Dorothy Agee, Phyllis Bockes, Shirley Johnson, Lois Krauthoefer, Berniece Smith, Nettle Walden, Agnes Ellis, and ,,Susie Huntley was a u.est i'tten' Ann ChriSanas Eve guests of Ira and Naomi Rogers were their children and families: Charles Rogers and family of Carlton; Dennis and Carol Rogers of The Dailes; Joyce and Bob Beers and sons, Randy of Coquille, and Roger, who attends college in Boise, Idaho; Bruce and Lyn Rogers and sons, Brian and David, of Salem; and a daughter, Lisa Rogers, a college student at Ciarksville, Tenn. Also present was Lyn's mother, Gerri Yoder of Battle Creek, Mich. On Christmas Day, Ira and Naomi Rogers were guests of their daughter and son-in-law, Elaine and Bob McNitt in Stayton. Guests of Betty and Lance Siplin- ger during the holidays were her sister, Janet Flewell, and aunt, Rae Rosenquist, of Portland and Betty's mother, Joy Kegel, who is now recovered from her injuries and is back in her own apartment. Andy Monroe and Kris Halstead have returned to Seattle after a holiday visit with Andy's parents, Bev and Bill Monroe. New Year's guests of Clayton and Louise Koehler were their son and spouse, Ross and Tracy Koehler, and daughter, Kira, of Port Ludlow, Wash. A group of Ryan Nisly's Canadi- an friends visited him and his parents, Alvin and Sharon Nisly, during the holidays. The young peo- ple were all classmates last year at Western Mennonite School near Sa- lem. Jeanette Nisly, daughter of Alvin and Sharon Nisly, has transferred from Bethel College in Newton, Kan., to Eastern Mennonite College at Harrisonburg, Va. Jeanette is in her second year of nursing studies and will be taking a minor in missions. The 60th wedding anniversary of Frances and Kenneth Shenk was celebrated on Jan. 2 at the McMinn- viile Mennonite Church. About 100 members of the extended family were present for a potluck dinner and visiting. Those coming from a distance to join in the celebration were daugh- ter and husband, Donna and AI Cross of Lynwood, Wash.; son and wife, Wilbert and Juanita Shenk of Elkhart, Ind.; son, Byron Shenk of Newberg and his sons, Eric Shenk of Menlo Park, Calif., Todd Shenk of Harrisburg, Va., and Troy Shenk and daughter, Thia, of Silver Plume, Colo.; grandchildren, Dirk and Ste- phanie Fowler and son, Cole, of Des Moines, Iowa; Kenton Fowler and children, Kyle and Amanda, of Enumclaw, Wash.; and granddaugh- ter, Sonia Karnes and son, Matthew, of Whitney Point, N.Y. That evening all five of the sur- viving Shenk children and their spouses hosted their parents at a dinner at the Inn at Orchard Heights in West Salem. High score went to Marge Crowe and second high to Linda Pond at the Friday afternoon pinochle party at the American Legion Hail. They also received the pinochle prize and the door prize went to Marge Coo- ley. Ross Daniels received high score and Linda Pond, second high, at the Saturday night pinochle party at the Legion Hail. Perry Newton and Elsa Simonson received the pinochle prize and Simonson also won the door prize. Mary and Frank Phillips spent part of their holiday break at John Day and Redmond, where they vis- ited an aunt and uncle, Laura and AI Crosswhite, and grandchildren, Mary and Roy Ritter. A Sunday luncheon guest of Alice Clore was Carol Beatty of Portland. On Saturday, Robert and Carlene Clore of St. Helens took Alice to Newport, where they toured the aquarium. Velma Warner hosted Veola Bieker at a birthday luncheon in Tigard on Thursday. Veola's daughter, Ethel Wood- ward, took her to Lincoln City on Friday and also cooked her a birth- day dinner. Lou Mishler and Loyal Abbott of Falls City attended a mid-winter conference of the VFW at the Columbia River Red Lion Inn in Portland. About 300 members from all over the state were present. They chose the winner of the Voice of Democracy Competition, a young man from Salem. The Cornerstone Quartet took part in the Sunday night sing-a-long at the Assembly of God Church in Willamina. The singers were Bar- bara and Dolph Eberhart, Meno Wagler and Mary Hickman, who substituted for Kathy Thomas. Accompanist on the piano was Velma Wagler. The sing-a-longs are held in vari- ous West Valley churches at three- month intervals. The next one is scheduled for the Church of the Wildwood. Sonia Karnes and son, Matthew, of Whitney Point, N.Y., is here for a three-week visit with her parents, David and Mariellen Shenk, of rural Sheridan. Calling on Enos and Mildred Schrock last Wednesday were Ken- neth and Frances Shenk and their son and daughter-in-law, Wilbert and Juanita Shenk, of Elkhart, Ind. Sterling and Priscilla Roth visited on Sunday with his mother, Ada Roth, at the Mennonite Village in Albany. Accompanying the Roth's were Enos and Delores Nisly, who visited two aunts, Ethel Stutzman and Ruby Stutzman, who were mar- ried to brothers. In the military Jeremy James Dickey left Dec. 30 for Yokosuka, Japan, where he will be stationed on the U.S.S. Independ- ence for two years. He graduated from Naval Air Technical Training Center in Millington, Tenn., on Dec. 10. Dickey is the son of Jeannie Mercier of Willamina. He is a 1992 graduate of Willamina High School. Health board meets The Yamhill County Board of Health will meet at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 31 at 412 N. Ford St., McMinnviile. Agenda items include a revision of fees charged by the county health department, a federal action plan for immunizations and a Healthy Start Myrtle Barber 876-2842 Willamina Civic Club members answered roll call with the best personal happenings of 1993 when they met last Monday. Some searched for family roots, some moving experiences, surprise visi- tors and gaining new family mem- ber's through marriage and new great-grandchildren were told. Influenza took its toll on members with only seven in attendance. Plans were made for the annual spring sale which was scheduled for April 8-9. The ladies discussed adding handmade or collector's items and a white elephant table to the usual rummage and food items. The regular second Friday pot- luck will begin at 6 p.m. Jan. 14. The Thursday noon potluck will be Jan 20. Community service reports in- clude handmade lap robes given to elder citizens, treats to Gram and Gramps foster home in Sheridan and food donated to the VFW food baskets. Ideas for future projects were discussed including an open house or tea room for the Fourth of July. The next meeting will be Monday, Feb. 7 at 1:30 p.m. with a Valentine theme. Remember the local AARP meet- ing at the Willamina Drop-In Center at l p.m. Thursday. Members of the local VFW auxil- iary will meet at the VFW Hall in Willamina to decorate nut cups for the White City Domiciliary at 10 a.m. Thursday. The next regular meeting of the post and auxiliary will be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday. The district meeting is scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 23, in Newberg. Mem- bers will be pooling rides as usual. Fritz and Jean Pearson spent Sun- day in Cloverdale with Bob and Maxine Warren. Bob is recovering from open heart surgery. The couples enjoyed dinner out at Hoa- gie Joe's before returning home. Vanita Buswell joined her son, Lowell, and wife, Sheila, in Dallas Directory of Churches Assembly of God Church 919 SW 2nd, Sheridan. 843-3277. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Church & children's church 10:30 a.m. Evening service at 6 p.m. (Monthly Sing- spiration). Wednesdays 7 p.m. family night: Rainbows (ages 2-4), Missionet- tes (girls 5-12), Royal Rangers (boys 5-12), Youth Alive (teens) and Adult Bible study. Womens Ministries 1 st & 3rd Thursdays at 10 a.m. 3rd Sunday potluck & family activity. 2nd Saturday men's breakfast. Every Friday 7:30 p.m. home Bible study. M-W-F 9-11:30 a.m. preschool. Larry A. Dill, Pastor. Church of the Nazarene 917 S. Bridge Street, Sheridan. 843-3262. Sunday: 9 a.m. open prayer altar; 9:45 a.m. Sunday School, all ages; 10:55 a.m. worship service and childrens' church; 6 p.m. evening service and teen meeting. (Potluck 3rd Sunday, p.m.) Wednesday: 6:30 p.m..prayer meeting; 7:30 p.m. choir rehearsal. Thursday: 9-10:30 a.m. womens' Bible study & prayer. 2nd Saturday: mens' prayer breakfast. 2nd Monday evening: womens ministries. Darwin Grimm, pastor. Emmanuel Lutheran Church, ELCA 315 S. Main, Willamina. 876-6844. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Worship Service 10:30 a.m. First Christian Church of Sheridan 121 N.E. Yamhill Street, Sheridan, Oregon. Mel Byers, Minister. Sunday Services: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School, 10:45 a.m. Worship Service. Nursery available. Wednesday: 10 a.m. Bible Study & Prayer. Telephone 843-2994. Good Shepherd Catholic Church E. Main & Hill Streets, Sheridan. 843-2206. Saturday Vigil Mass 5 p.m. Sundays 11 a.m. Weekdays, Wed., Thurs. & Fri. 9 a.m. Pastor James Crunican. Jesus Our Jubilee Ministries 174 SW River Drive, Dallas. 623-8247, 843-3476 (after 5). Pastor Dave Leinenbach. Sunday School 9 a.m.; Sunday Morning Service 10 a.m.; Wednesday "Hour of Power" service 7 p.m.; "Friday Night Alive" service 7 p.m. Come Expecting God. St. Michael's Catholic Church Hwy. 22 and Agency Road, Grand Ronde. 879-5122. Saturday Mass 7 p.m. Sunday Mass 9 a.m. Weekday Mass, Tues. 11 a.m. Pastor James Crunican. Grand Ronde Seventh Day Adventist Church 27660 Salmon River Hwy., Grand Ronde. Phone 879-5812. Pastor Andrew Wittenberg, 879-5756. Sabbath School 9:10 to 11 a.m. Worship Service 11 a.m. to noon Saturday. Prayer meeting 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Willamina Christian Church 200 S.E. Baker, WiUamina, 876-2097. Dennis Morley, Minister. Sunday Services: Bible School 9:45 a.m., morning worship 11 a.m., Wednesday: adult prayer breakfast at the Rocket Cafe at 6 a.m.; 6:15 p.m. soup & sandwich supper followed at 7 p.m. by programs for the entire family - nursery through adult. To Include your church l/sUng In this directory plezme call: Paula Neca& Advertising Manager ... 843-2312 By Melissa Hansen Willamina Library Director Willamina library will have an exciting array of new books to start the new year. Fatal Cure by Robin Cook. Leav- ing their urban hospital for a mod- em facility in Bartlett, Vt., doctors Angela and David Wilson begin to notice puzzling details in the deaths of several terminal patients there. The Missing Chapter: A Nero Wolfe Mystery by Robert Goldsbor- ough. Nero Wolfe and Archie Good- win return to investigate the suspi- cious apparent suicide of an irritable writer who was hired to continue a popular mystery series. Disclosure by Michael Crichton. An accusation of sexual harassment threatens a man's career in the cutthroat computer industry, and when he attempts to defend himself, he uncovers some damaging com- pany secrets. Harpy Thyme by Piers Anthony. The only one of her kind in all of Xanth, Gloha, a young harpy girl, agrees to serve the Good Magician for one year if the magician will create a male harpy for her to love. The Edge of the World by William Sarabande. On a quest to discover the fate of his people, young shaman Cha-kwena breaks a terrifying taboo---an act that estranges him from his tribe and his woman and follows the forbidden path of the mammoth. A Season of Angels by Debbie Macomber. Three willing but wacky Christmas angels, Shirley, Goodness and Mercy, must answer a Yuletide prayer request to teach one young woman a memorable lesson about life and love. Agatha Raisin and the Quiche of Death by M.C. Beaton. Eager to make friends in her new English village home, Agatha buys a quiche and enters it in the village quiche- making competition, only to be accused of poisoning the judge with the dish. Family Blessing by LaVyrle Spen- cer. When her eldest son, Greg, is killed in a motorcycle accident, widowed florist Lee Reston turns to Chris Lallak, Greg's best friend and a young man many years her junior, tbr comfort and, eventually, love. Fallen Into the Pit by Ellis Peters. Sergeant George Felse and his son, Dominic, investigate the murder of a hated Nazi worker in their English village shortly after World War II, leading to another tragedy and a grave threat to Dominic's life. The Cat Who Came to Breakfast by Lilian Jackson Braun. When a cabin cruiser mysteriously explodes in the marina of Breakfast Island, newspaper reporter Jim Qwilleran and his /bline companions investi- gate shady happenings at the hot vacation spot. Bad Love by Jonathan Kellerman. Child psychologist Alex Delaware returns in a follow-up to Devil's Waltz that begins with a child-like change and finishes with Alex at the end of a chain of unexplained deaths. McNally's Caper by Lawrence Sanders. While trying to find out which of the Forsythe clan has been stealing the family jewels, Archie McNally must fend off all the Forsythe women who have been throwing themselves at him. Accident by Danielle Steel. Happy housewife Page Clarke finds her life changed forever when her teen-age daughter, Allyson, is in a car acci- dent and, without her husband Bred there to lean on, Page turns to handsome Tryge, whose own daughter was also injured. Rama Revealed: The Ultimate Encounter by Arthur C. Clarke and Lee Gentry. In the conclusion to Rendevous with Rama, Rama H, and the Garden of Rama, a massive alien starship carries its human passengers to the end of a genera- tions-long odyssey. Winter Moon by Dean Koontz. Policeman Jack McGarvey connects the killing spree of a Hollywood director with a vision witnessed by an old caretaker on a lonely Mon- tana ranch. Ruby by V.C. Andrews. Ruby Landry finds her simple life in the Louisiana bayou changing when she meets and falls in love with Paul Tate, a man from the right side of the tracks. Pacific Destiny by Dana Fuller (The Holts #8). While Tim Holt vows to report the story of the Spanish American War from the front lines in Cuba, Frank Blake seeks his fortune in gold in the Yukon Territory, and Frank's spy father, Henry, embarks on a danger- ous mission. Honor Bound by Sandra Brown. Kidnapped by Lucas Greywolf, an escaped Navajo convict, Aislin, finds both terror and romance dur- ing their desperate flight across Arizona to the Navajo reservation. Unforgettable by Roseanne Bitt- ner. Sassy and street wise, Ally is determined to remain inde ent, a task that proves difficult whet she meets tall, rugged Ethan Tem a half-Cheyenne specimen. The Invitation by Jude After years of non-stop and fame, daredevil pilot renowned beauty Jackie returns to her hometown of dler, Colo., where she falls for now grown Billy, who dogged footsteps when she was a girl. Willamina library plans story hour Storytime for pre-schoolers will begin Jan. 20 at 10:30 a.m. Kim Ekstrom, 843-3871, or mina Library, 876-6182, for information. to celebrate her granddaughter, Alli- son's, 14th birthday Sunday. Our family has lost the last mem- ber of the Orrin and Ida Reynolds family of Ballston, who came to Oregon from Nebraska in the early 1900s. Services are pending at Adamson's for Dollie Newbill who passed away Sunday morning inlhe McMinnville Hospital at the age of 93. Willamina-Feb. 14th 'Slle't1 Iofi- Feb. 25th Willamina hires engineering firm Century West of Salem has been chosen as the engineering firm to design a master plan to upgrade Willamina's sewer system. The city recently received a $20,000 state grant to finance the study. Century West was awarded the contract at the city council's meeting in December. To work with adolescent boys and girls, 10-17 years old, in a human service agency. Receive individual supervision, team support and training. Work with other professionals as a team. Compensation per day is $50-52.00 depending on age. Rainbow Lodge, Inc. Monitor Program For more information please call Robin Williams at 472-2240 iii~ii: i:i .:.::::: i ii~ili~~ ~i ~ i~ii .)1 Ill. Oratia B. Robertson, CPA Betty Stevens, Licensed Tax Consultant Connie Rumley, Licensed Tax Preparer doAnn Ashcroft, Receptionist 104 W. Main Street - Sheridan, Oregon 97378 (503) 843-2992 you is our only business. I!