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8 The Sun, Wednesday, January 18, 1989 Hollywood is United Telephone Co. donated two pickup trucks to Sheridan fire district recently. Taking part in ceremony were, from left, United's public relations director Barry Ternahan, fleet administrator Jerry Winehall, Coast" district outside plant manager Jim Daeges, volunteer firemen Randy Ogle, Dean Yoder and Peter Gutbrod. one The Sheridan Fire District will be more effective at handling brush fires this summer thanks to the gen- erosity of the United Telephone Company. The Hood River-based company donated two half-ton pickup trucks to the fire district of 1978 and 1979 vin- tage last month. The pickups are worth $1,300 each and the fire dis- trict will spend $2,500 to $3,000 on each of them to make the necessary modifications. The district plans to outfit each truck with a 200- to 300-gallon water tank. The trucks are said to be more maneuverable and quicker than the standard fire engine when fighting brush fires, according to assistant fire chief Jim Daeges, a United em- ployee. Daeges explained one of the trucks will replace an old Army 4x4 at the district's Ballston station. The other will be added to the Sheridan sta- tion's firefighting arsenal. The trucks will also be equipped with radios, flashing lights, water pumps and will be painted, Daeges said. ...from 2 to 6 p.m. January 20, 19891 We will be serving free refreshments and there will be special financial brochures available. Come and meet our staff: Gratia B. Robertson, certified public accountant Betty Stevens. licensed tax consultant JoAnn Ashcroft, office Connie Rumley, licensed tax preparer Reenie Kilgore, office Gratia B. Robertson, Certified Public Accountant 104 West Main, Sheridan, Oregon 973 78 (503)843-2992 "Serving you is our only business." club's topic Members of the Sheridan Women's Study Club met at the Sheridan Public Library on Thursday afternoon for their January meeting. James Coultas of Coast Creek, Willamina, a retired electrician with the film industry in Hollywood shared his experiences, serious and humorous, in his 20 years of employment on movie lots. Both his father and his son were also employed as movie electricians so he had many and varied memories. Phyllis Turner presided at a short business meeting, and the hostesses, Sue Buell and EIsa Simonson served refreshments at the conclusion of the afternoon. Orchard class The Oregon State University Extension Service will be offering a shortcourse for Willamette Valley orchardists on Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the Marion County~Extension Office in Salem (3180 Center St. NE). In the military Airman First Class Thomas E. Walden, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Walden of Sheridan, has gra- duated from Air Force basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. YAMI meeting The Yamhill Alliance for the Men- tally Ill will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thurs- day in the Fireside Room of the First Baptist Church, McMinville. Vicki Skryha, Portland consultant on deve- loping housing for the disabled, will speak. By Myrtle Barber 876-2842 Civic Club President Gene Taylor tendered his resignation after the regular business session last Monday. Members reluctantly accepted when he explained his doctor and wife had requested he follow a less hectic schedule. Thank you's were received from Fairview and VFW for their contributions during the holidays. Club members decided to continue the hospital as an ongoing project for 1989. VFW Commander Charles Sul- livan reported 164 food and gift baskets were prepared and delivered. An eyeopener to the group was a report on the local drug problems by Jeff Claybaugh, counselor for local schools. More information will be given to the group on ways to help youngsters say no to drugs. Eighteen members and two guests, Council woman Mary Lou Greb and Jo Nunley, were served refreshments by Roberta Maben and Doris Taylor. AARP The full slate of 1988 officers for the American Association of Retired Persons were unanimously selected to serve another year when President Eva Clemmer asked for nominations. Serving with her will be Mabel Osborn, vice president; Ann Matthews, secretary; Laura Boehler, treasurer; and Myrtle Barber, publicity. It was noted that March is National Women's History Month with the theme ,"Heritage of Strength and Vision and will be celebrated nationwide. A board meeting was scheduled for Feb. 6 at the home of Robert and Mabel Osborn at 2 p.m. A valentine • BUSINESS- AND HOME • • RUN SMOOTHER • • WITH THE RIGHT SUPPLIES • • Furniture • • Computer Paper • • Ribbons • • Cleaner • Oiskettes • Diskette Storage • THE HOME OFFICE All Bookkeeping Supplies Record Storage Supplies • • See our used office fur • FREE delivery in the West Valley area each week! • • 217 Third St. McMinnville 472-5181 • exchange will highlight the next games and the video stage regular meeting Feb. 9 at 2 p.m. in sharing cake and ice cream the Willamina Drop-In Center. by relatives. Mabel Osborn won the door prize and Ruth Hammerschmidt furnished On Friday the 13th the teen refreshments, was the scene of a double HOME EXTENSION birthda, Group discussions on alternative Tracy King, cousins. Between 40t care for the elderly and infirm were 50 students from the 6, 7, and l held after watching a film, "Due grades enjoyed the afternoon Upon Receipt" during the January treats. meeting of the Fort Hill/Grand Ronde Home Extension meeting. Orrin and Ilene Thomas of Alice Henthorn, project l~ader, led spent Sunday afternoon visiting the discussion and served as the home of Mac and Jo Nunley. co-hostess with Eleanor Jensen and Jo Nunley at the home of Myrtle Barber. Tomi Wooden, vice president, presented the eye-opener quiz on the national beef slogan, "Beef, Real Food For Real People." Members were reminded to continue their label and receipt saving from participating grocers. Twenty-eight dollars have been collected to date for 4-H half camp scholarships this summer. Learning for Fun Day registration forms have been received with 20 classes being offered Feb. 24 at the Polk County Fairgrounds in Rickreall. Classes range from crafts to sewing and cooking. In charge of registrations this year is Diane Ostrom, 234 Mart Court, Mon- mouth, OR 97361 or call 838-2980. Sewing Notions will be led by Toni Wooden and Louise Smith at the Willamina Drop-In Center Feb. 8 at 9:30 a.m. during the next study group meeting, according to Eleanor Jensen, president. A host of classmates and friends joined Vanessa Barber at the Tina Miller Teen Center Saturday after- noon to celebrate her 11th birthday. They enjoyed skating, dancing, ball was saddened to learn over: holidays of the passing in July of] former boss, Delbert Newby, opperated the S and W electrical store in Sheridan the 1940s and 50s. He and his Lois, moved to Orange, Calif., she still resides near her sons, and Gary. to Join in at TRI-CITY Free Metho Main & D Streets, Wmamlns Services: Sun. 9:30 am Sunday School 10:45 am Mornin 6:00 pm Wed. 7:00 pm Family Praise & Youth Pastor Aaron Kramer 876-4085, 876-4688 Now accepting applications for enrollment. Classes start January 11 - 31. Come in and make inquiries. Heir Design / Bmberi,,g, Manicuring & Cosmelelogy Financial Aid A vailable \ VA approved for training studen ts. of Beauty & Barbering 877 Main St. Dallas 623-2288 "Behold, I have given him for...a leader and commander to the people." - Isaiah 55:4 WISH THEM WELL; THEY'LL NEED OUR HELP AND PRAYERS One of the principal differences between a flee society and a totalitarian one is that we elect our governing officials, who win by a complicated process based on receiving a majority of the votes. This means that there are also those of us who would have preferred another candidate or slate of officers, and who received the news of this defeat with not only disappointment but also great apprehension about the fate of our country. Nonetheless, when the majority speak, the remainder must accept the verdict with good grace; and we must all pray at our House of Worship for the Lord to guide the chosen leaders in the right direction. Also, we should let them know of our concerns and recommendations. If we all do this, it might enable them to do a better job; and prove our fears about the future to be completely unfounded. Assembly of God Church, 919 SW 2nd. Sheridan. 843-3277. Sunday School 9:30 am, Church & childrens church 10:30 am. Evening evange- listic services 6 pm (Monthly sing- spiration). Mens basketball Monday 7 pro. Womens aerobics T-T-F 9 am. Wednesdays 7 pm Family Night: Rainbows (ages 2-4). Missionettes (girls 5-12), Royal Rangers (boys 5-12). Youth Alive (teens) and adult Bible stud.,,'. Womens Ministries I st & 3rd Thursdays 10 am. 1st Thurs- day 7 pm Farnib,' Activity Night. Larry A. Dill, Pastor. Assembly of God, 330 S. Main St.. Willamina. Pastor Mick Owings. Phone 876-4424. Sunday School fl)r all ages 9:45 am. Morning Worship Service 10:45 am. Youth Alive S pro. Evening service - praise, worship singspiration, testimonies, family life 6 pro. Wednesday adult Bible study 7 to 8:30 pro. Sheridan Christian Church, 121 NE Yamhill. Sheridan. 843-2994. Jim Harris. Minister. Office hours: Men. -Fri. 8-11:30 am. Sunday School 9:45 am. Worship Service 10:45 am. Childrens church up to 4th grade during adult worship. Nursery for all worship & Sunday School programs. Sunday evening service 7 pro. Mid- week Bible study & prayer 7:30 pro. Contact the church for home Bible study times & locations. Bethel Church of Bethel, I mile casl of 99W. Phone 843-3079. Sunday School l0 am. service I I am. Wed- nesday evening Bible study 7:30 pro. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Willamina Ward. Meeting schedule: 9 am Sacrament meeting. I 0:15 Sunday School, Primary; 11 : I 0 Relief Society, Priesthood meeting. Church of the Nazarene, 917 S. Bridge. Sheridan, 843-3262. Sunday School q:30 am. Worship I I am. Youth meeting S pro. Evening wor- ship b pro. Wedncsdav prayer meet- ing 7 pro. Caravan 7 pro. Mike [.cnlont. Pastor. Church in the Wildwood, Hcbo Rd.. Hwv. 22. Grand Ronde. Sunday Service 10 ant. Church I1 am. Sun- day evenings 6 pro. Pastor Hugo Krehbicl. Emmanuel Lutheran Church, LCA. 315 S. Main. Willamina. 876-6844. Worship Service & Sunday School 10:30 ant. Good Shepherd Catholic Church, E. Main & Hill Streets. Sheridan. 843-2206. Saturday Vigil Mass S pm. Sundays I I am. Weekdays. Wed.. Thurs. & Fri. 9 am. Pastor James Crunican. Nazarene Church, Grand Rondo. 879-5297. Sunday School 9:45 am. Morning worship 10:S0 am. Sunday Christian Church, 200 SE Baker,cvcning serviceb:30pm. Willamina, 876-2097. Dennis Morley Minister. Sunday services: Bible Salt Creek Baptist Church, 12 miles School 9:45 am, morning worship II cast of Sheridan on Salt Creek am, evening worship 6:30 pro. Wed- Church Road. Sunday School 9:45 nesday: adult prayer breakfast at the am. Morning worship ! I am. Eve- Rocket Care at 6 am; youth meeting ning service 6 pro. Nursery provided. for 4th grade through high school at Pastor Perry Kallis. Assistant Pastor 7 pro. Adults home Bible study 7 pro. Linus Toland. Phone 623-2976. The Church of God of Prophecy, Seventh-Day Adventist Church, 220 Agency Creek Road, Grand Ronde, NW Sherman, Sheridan, 843-2967. 879-5034. Sunday School 9:45 am. Sabbath School 9:30-11 am. Worship Morning Worship I1 am. Evening service 11-12. Wednesday prayer evangelistic service 6 pro. Wednes- meeting 7:30 pro. Community Ser- day service 7 pro. Everyone vices Center open Wednesdays l0 welcome. Pastor James R. Willis. am to 3 pm. Grand Ronde Seventh-Day Adventist Tri-Clty Free Methodist Church, Salmon River Hwy. (Hwy. Main & D Streets, 18) I mile east of Grand Ronde. 976-4085. Sunday School 9:30 Pastor Lutz Binus, Rt. I. Box 278. Worship 10:45 am. Sunday Willamina, OR 97396. 876-2550. service 6 pm. Prayer service 7 Head Elder Howard Hamel, phone Wednesday. Aaron Kramer, 879-5276. Worship Service Saturday Home phone 876-4688. I I ant. Sabbath School 9:30 am. Trlnity Lutheran Church, 318 St. Michael's Church, Hwy. 22 and Sheridan Rd.. Sheridan. Agency Rd.. Grand Rondc. 879-5122 Harold Roellig. Office 843-4747 Saturday Mass 7 pro. Sunday Mass 9 home 623-3506. Sunday School 9 ant. Weekday Mass, Tues. 11 am. fimfily worship service 10:30 am. Pastor JamesCrunican. Union Baptist Church, 8805 mony Road, Sheridan. Sheridan Baptist Church, 643 E. School is followed by preaching at ll Main St.. Sheridan. Sunday School am. John R. Blalock, Pastor. 9:45 am. Morning Service I I am. Question & Answer Time 6 pro. United Methodist Church, 234 Evening worship 7 pro. Wednesday Bridge, Sheridan. Sunday evening prayer service 7 pro. Pastor 9:45-10:45 am. Worship serwce ,loclBoyce. 843-3158. am. Rev. Craig S. Pastor. 843-2776. United Methodist Church, B & Sts.. Willamina. Sunday worshil 9:30 ant. Rev. Craig S. Strobel, Pastor. Grand Ronde: Worship 10-11 am. Rev. Jerry Peters, Sheridan Mennonite Church, 240 SW Madison. Sunday School 10 am. Worship 11 am. Evening worship 7 pro. Mid-week Bible study 7:30 pro. Pastor Sterling Roth, 470 SW Chap- man Street. Phone 843-4684. J THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS URGE YOU TO ATTEND YOUR CHOSEN HOUSE OF WORSHIP THIS SABBATH: THE CORNER STORE ! 12 W. MAIN STREET, WlLLAMINA FORT HILL LUMBER P.O. Box 186. GRAND RONDE. OREGON 97347 GRATIA B. Certified Public Accountant 104 West Main Street. P.O. Box 67, Sheridan, OR 97378 • 843-2992 249 S. Bridge, THESUN Printers & Publishers P.O. Box 68. Sheridan. OR 97378 • 843-2312