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The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, January 23, 1964 SHERIDAN Church FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH "The Friendly Church" Ralph H Perry, Minister Tele 843-6969 or 843-6964 SUNDAY Bible School (classes for all ages) 9:45 a.m. Anne Matthews, Superintendent. Dennis Mar- ceaux, Assistant Superinten- dent. Morning Worship....11 a.m. Christian Endeavor...6:30 p.m. Evening Service ..... 7:30p.m. WEDNESDAY Prayer Meeting and Bible Study ................ 7:30 p.m. Choir Practice ..... 8:30 p.m. TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 310 Sheridan Road Pastor: Mervin Kellerman 2330 McDonald Lane McMinnville, Oregon Telephone 472-6677 Sunday School ..... 10:15 a.m. Worship Service ..... 9:00 a.m THE METHODIST CHURCH "A Church for All Ages" Lawrence Monk, minister 224North Bridge Street Sunday: Church School ..... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship .... 11:00 a.m. Fellowship Hour ..... 12 Noon Methodist Youth Fellowship. o .............. 6:30 p.m. Old Testament Introduction Course ......... 8:00 p.m. Monday: Prayer Group ....... 9:30a.m. Wednesday: Sanctuary Choir rehearsal MENNONITE CHURCH Raymond Mishler, Minister Mid-week Prayer Meeting... ............. 7:45 p.m. Worship schedule: Sunday School ...... l0 aom. Worship Hour ...... oll a.m Sunday evening service - 7 p.m .......... 7:30 p.m. SHERIDAN CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Elwin A. Moore, Pastor Sunday Services: Sunday School ..... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship...lh00 a.mo Youth Hour ....... 7:00 p.m. Junior Society (ages 4-11) NYPS (ages 12-40) Evening Worship ..... 7:45 p.m. SHERIDAN ASSEMBLY OF GOD 220 S. W. Monroe B. A. Bullock, Pastor Regular schedule of services: Sunday School ...... 9:45 am. Morning Worship...11:00 a.mo Evening Service ..... 7:45p.m. Mid-Week Prayer Meeting, Thursday Evening....7:45 pm. FAITH BIBLE CHAPEL Welcome to the Faith Bible Chapel Full Gospel. Sunday services 7 p.m., Wednesday evening services 7:30 p.m. Sun- day School 10 a.mo Located two miles from Willamina on old highway. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Washington and Sherman Sis. Services Saturday morning. Sabbath School 9:30 A.M. Preaching 11 A.M. GOOD SHEPHERD CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev. Edmund Raum, S.D.S. Tel. 843-6204 Sunday Masseg at: 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. First Friday Masses at: 8:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Confessions on Saturday at: 7:30 p.m. SALT CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH 1 Mile So. of Salt Creek Grocery Clarence H. Walth, Pastor Phone MA 3-2976 Weklv Schedule: sunday Sunday School ..... 9:.45 a.m. Morning Worship .... ll:00a.m. Youth Activities ..... 6:30p.m. Evening Service ..... 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Service ..... 7:30 pom. Choir Rehearsal ..... 8:30 p.m. Installation Slated Friday For Sheridan Rebekahs installation of new officers in Ethel Rebekah lodge 162 will be held Friday at the IOOF hall at 8 p.m. The session will be open to the public and friends and relatives are in- vited to attend. The installation will be con- ducted by the installing staff from the Amity lodge in a joint ceremony with officers from Oddfellows lodge 87 and the Primrose Rebekah lodge of Wil- lamina. Refreshments will be served by members of the Ethel and Primrose lodges. Plans for the installation were laid Tuesday night at the last regular meeting for outgo- ing officers of Ethel lodge. During the meeting Tuesday, Mrs. Cliff Bride was named general chairman of the Re- bekah's annual turkey dinner, slated Feb. 22 at the IOOF hall. Plans also were made for the District 15 convention to be held at Dayton Feb 15, start- lng at 9:30 a.m. Ethel Rebekah lodge has been asked to seat the officers. Mrs. Ruth Wright was named chairman of the Memorial committee and Mrs. Group Plans WalkerWork Dr. Gary L. Cage, derma- tologist from the University of Oregon Medical School, was guest speaker for the Tuesday evening meeting of the Yam- hill County Council for the Han- dicapped. He explained the genealogical processes of in- heritance of skin disorders and sald there are more than 150 diseases of the skin, which are known to be inherited. He did illustration work on the black- board as he talked. A committee consisting of N T. Dideum of McMinnville and Andrew Haugen and Howard Nice, both of Sheridan, was ap- pointed to do the preliminary work on construction of six large walkers for use at the Oregon Fairview Home at Sa- lem, and a small one forafive- year-old Yamhill county girl. A date will be set for the group to make the walkers. In December a survey was taken to determine greatest need of Yamhill county handi= capped children. Result of the survey showed it to be a special ungraded high school class and vocational training. It is hoped a high school class with vo- cational training can be made available. Mrs. Elmer Malcombwas ap- Perry Newton will be on the Resolutions committee for the convention It will be a noon potluck and Sheridan members have been asked to bring a vegetable. Following the meeting, bin- go was played to help finish up the Girls State fund. The lodge now has enough to send one girl from the junior classat the high school to Girls State this coming spring. Refreshments of jello salad, and crackers and coffee were served by our committee, con- sisting of Mrs. Clay Green, Mrs. Etta Mulkey, Mrs. Opal Lux, Mrs. Cleo Latham, Mrs. Leverna Cole and Mrs Neva Rose. March Of Dimes Plans Reported March of Dimes coffee hours will be featured in Sheridan restaurants Tuesday, Jan. 28, and the annual Mothers' March on Thursday night, Jan. 30, as the campaign for funds nears its completion according to Mrs. Gladys Yocom, Sheridan chairman of the drive. Heading up the Mother's March again in 1964 is Mrs. Gene Small. She said commun- ity women will visit area homes that night in an effort to meet the community March of Dimes quota. The money is tobe turn- ed into county leaders Jan. 31. Pointing out another aspect of the campaign, Mrs. Yocom said that all area residents should get their March of Dimes envelopes mailed in as soon as possible. "Your contribution to the March of Dimes means help right now for some child crip- pled by birth defects or arth- ritis," declared Mrs. Yocom. "This help is available," she said, "through the nearly 70 March of Dimes-financed treat- ment centers where teams of medical specialists areprovid- ing improved treatment and early diagnosis. !1 AMONG MUSIC groups entertaining at the Yamhill Educa- = tion association dinner in Sheridan was this vocal group. From Sheridan High, the girls are Marilyn Bride, Marilyn Blanchard, Judy Sloan, Diane Ridgeway, Sylvia Jones, Lorene Stutzman and Linda Holmes. Piano accompaniment was sup- plied by Charlotte Gast. (Stm Photo 73) ::: leak. They attempted to run a plastic pipe Firm Rating whereinside' but each time the pipe became stalledthe leak was. A rubber ball was then attached to the line Third Tim e !!! iiii theand secondPUlled tlme.thrugh once, but it became caught It was then that Jimmy's nephew, Curtis De- ,00e.o00n o00me o0 Charley Jordan, represent- one of the hundreds of bull frogs hibernating ing Strout Realty in this area, ii::i ::!ii in the bottom of the dam and using it to has received notification he :.: i:i: pull the line through. The thawing was ac- again has been listed in the Bullfrog Performs Duties iiii By MABEL MELLEMA .:.: :::: i:i: Most of us, if we think of a bullfrog at all, ii :::: ii!! Church Slates Baptist Leader District Secretary for the North American Baptists, Rev. Joe Sonnenberg, will be guest speaker this Sunday at the Salt :!ii Creek Baptist church. Youth will be observed in the various services. i:!: ::!ii  64 A. F:& A. M. " 1st Wednesday think of it as a lowly creature which sits on a log in the warm sun and makes a noise like a bull, or passes as a target for boys throwing rocks. But the DeJong families have discovered it can play a part in this busy world, if someone :::: :::: can just figure out that part. And Curtis De- :i:i !:i: Gust Gustafson W.M. ... .... o..... jong did just that. :::: :::: Melvin Ageeo ..... Secretary .... .%. .... ... .%. %.. :::: :::: i:i: :':' " :::: !:i: :::: :::: DR. VICTOR E. JOHNSON Chiropractic Physician HOURS: 9-6:00 MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 9.12 THURSDAY & SATURDAY GENERAL PR'ACTI2E. LAB & X.RAY iili complishe00bypl00g,ng,he,ro00,nwarm__r pointed to contact the Oregon Strout Leaders' club in recog- and massage. 876.3302 Fairview Home regardinga date nition of his firm's sales dur- It worked! The frog and line came through 188 s. MAIN-WIMN for the annual spring concert ing 1963. This means Jordan's without a hitch or a croak. ] Block South of Bridge :00ii H CIN " II . theren fromCmtciltheSpnsrs" Child-is rated in the top 25 of more [ __ pT  ==n7  New 4 u K00llotnn home putonthe than 500 Strout offices through- UU IIO IAJI I concert, out the west. ..... It was pointed out that Jor- Has First Meet andMrhildenMr:;E:e'ttdaSma Health 00urvey consm:rv? lairSt:;:ithtstard y e HFT::D s:N::s W:/:::g _ First meet'ng of the Border BeandtoL:o ub.WSaldl Newbergbrother, CareyWlth Mrs. Smail's r!McIntosh and Flanne.l".ere tanCmpetitin in such metropoli-areas as Los Angeles, San CI.EARANCE SALE!! ! time PhilSheridanCountryres- family. ....w,., "V "v Francisco, Phoenix and Tucson. srnbtll Po, , h.ac h,,,an o He is the only small town real= ident Howard Emery Wooden of Y ............  ......... =- tor to " -- consmtently make the or Gold Creek, who died Saturday Saturday, Jan. 18, with nine Mr. and Mrs. Onnle John- lected as one of 20 communities "z ' " ganlatlonstopnst. I SAVINGS UP TO 50% I evening, Jan. 19, 1964, at his members present, son and family visited Sunday in the nation and one of three In a lett r fr "" "" "" home, were held Wednesday Leaders are Mrs. VernaKel- ihno:2Xtdat s teohWnsaYonnenRdlMrtsS * wmil;hbee ::sisfti:d N;tthewNsttiotnhatl ers, president %f ?herlStrYut afternoon, Jan. 22, at the Wil- ler and Mrs. Donna Lux. Offi- Realty, Jordan was informed his lamina Methodist church. Rev. cers elected were president, Roberts aresisters * Commission on Communt*v .................... "" office was one of only 12 to re- Richard Peterson officiated and Rozella Lux; vice-president, ntztn ervzces m a tuuyazm- eat on th ...... interment was in the Willamina Craig Latham; secretary, Car-Mr. and Mrs. George Gard-ed at improvinghealthservlces. P. e nst trom tne pre- ONE.GROUP ONE GROUP i cemetery with the Sheridan Ma- men Wilbur; song leader, An- vmus year. With Myers-con- ner drove to Corvallis Monday according to Dr. Elton Kessel, ........ to visit Mr ' gratmatlons, Joraan recelvea sonic lodge conducting commit- hie Hebert; game leader,Debra . Gardner s brother, county health officer, notification that his namewould tal services. Adamson'sSheri- Dickey; news reporter, Marlene Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gardner The study will be conduct- be featured in the'anuar is dan Funeral Home was in charge Wilbur. edlocally, Dr. Kesselsald, but of -brout World,a the yrealtysue == WOMEN S SWEATERS I WOMEN'S DRESSES ! of arrangements. Refreshments were served by Mrs. E. D. Small has been the national commission will , I chain s magazine, and he would BrnAug'15'1892'nearWil" Mrs" Lux" Next meeting will readmitted t Generalhspital prvide expert cnsultatln' be L=$,- , t'_ I_ ..... "   lamina, Wooden was son of be held Feb. 22. in McMiunvllle for observa- survey instruments and sta- . receiving an engravee - . plaque. James and Colley Newbill tion and treatment of injuries tistical analysxs. Jordan also received a er Wooden. He had farmed all Scouts Set received in an auto accident The study was requested be p " his life in this area. sona 4 hand-written ,etter Irom several months ago. cause the Yamhill County Board V H Caton StroutRealt- vice On April 1, 1914 at Willa- of Health, Yamhill County Court r " ' Y - p estdent, with congratulations Sunday visitors of the Char- and the Public Health Commit- , mina,Hagman.WOodenA membermarried Myrtleof the I iurlur ourT les Kadell family were Mr. and tee of the Medical Society feel onl..nhiS 'good ..... ,,management and m se zz g aolnty Mrs. Fred Vincent and sons of that information gathered will Willamina Methodist church, he A Boy Scout Court of Honor West Linn, Mr. and Mrs Dick be valuable in planning for the A | I II | was achartermemberoftheFt, for Troop 262 will be held Vincent and son of Myrtle present andfuturehealthneods =-= .rour I Hill Grange and had been a Wednesday January 29 at Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Ka- of the county, r-" member of the Sheridan Ma- 7:30 A.M. upstairs in the dell and family of McMinnville,    / | sonic l.odge for 43 years. American Legionhall. Mr. andMrs. Ralph Kadell and I;00llrl /n UIm00 /vlemn00_r00 | ONE GROUP BOYS ! Survivors include his wife, Any boyinterestedintheBoy Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kadell of qlllJ /V [lU| ..... Myrtle;twsons'Wendelland Scut prgram is invited t Sheridan. A . '13 , OZ Wayne;adaughter'VanitaBus" attend with his parents' as well I SI B d 00nnouncea ! II well; and flve grandchlldren, all as parents and friends of the ElsteandRussellTaylorvis-fl ate an of Willamina; two brothers, Scouts in the troop, ited Mrs. James CattoninNew- GRAND RONDE Sixteen terCliffrdof Philo,f Springfieldcalif.; andand LeS-a sis- berg Wednesday, Jan. 15. Miss Nancy McKibben and boys and girls will ;articipate ,,,. ter. Grace Werth of Powell onde eeop,e Miss Delores Belieu will play in the GrandRonde4.H Live..  , '6".:: $1 I On Thursday, Jan. 16, Mes- in the all-state band in March stock club this year Members . A. Butte. Attend Meeting dames Edna Tuffrd, Hattie in Portland from Marchl6-18 are BeverlyandSte'venBaileY;werth; m NOW II 'yD.I I-- I LYNN JONES Brooks, Hazel Page, Millle Rehearsals will be held at Davld Jim, ffoAnn and Dennis I ... SISIZES 6.16 r GRAND RONDE--Second Hurd, Mabel Kaltenbach, Lois Douglas High school and the Robert and Howard Cooke; Da- _ Services for Lynn E. Jones, meeting of Salem Jeep clubwas Koonce, Edith Gonshorowski, performance willbeheldMarch vld Purdom; Steven, Elvonand  I MEN S WOO L $P I ! Veda Kilmer, IreneKadell, Ma- 18 at Madison High school. Randy Jahn; Wilma, Barbara 86, of Sheridan, who died Jan. held Monday night in Salem. bel Mellema and Elsie Taylor There also will beall-state and Stella Curl; Gary Busboom 17, 1964, in a Sheridan conva- Temporary officers elected met at the home of Mrs. Cas- chorus and orchestra per- and Kathy Tietjen. lescent home, were held Jan. were Dale Stuart of Salem, gen- sic Sechrist, Thursday after- formanees. The festival is Officers will be elected at 20 at Adamson's Sheridan Fun. eralchairmaniProgram,Kath, noon tocutandbastequlltblocks sponsored bytheOregonMusic the nextmeeting, Feb. 8, at the B I SPORT SHIRTS ! II eral Home with interment at erine Gouley of Salem; trail for the Sew and Social club. Educators association. Nancy home of projectleadersMr and Green Crest Memorial Park. information. Gary Griesen and and Delores were the only two Mrs. James Bailey of Valley I  The Rev, Lawrence Monk of John Bridges: Publicity, On Wednesday Mr. andMrs WhO tried out from Sheridan Junction. t ,,,,,LARGE GROUP Iz LARGE TABLES OF] the Methodist Church offici- Berneiece Soules of Grand Floyd Page spent the day at In December at Tigard. ated. Sheridan Masonic lodge Ronde, Robert Haworth of the Larry Osborn home near a * " Ronde Scouts conducted committal services. Dallas, Cap Smith of Stayton Sheridan. Friday Roy Page ,,'r, Lee,,^.l. Mr. Jones, who was born Feb. and Ron Starr of Salem. visited in McMinnville at the I'ILLCIIU DdllUUt00[ Chance 2, 1877 in Warren, Pa., the son of RussellandBethlahBradley S]ides of Oregon ffeep trails L. E. Page and Charles Pat- " o .... - Mm'00 SWEATERS ,,.,., -,,-- I will be shown at the next ! CARDIGANS $7 761Now 1/2 PRICEI riquenhomes. I SLIP V R UUU LU/00 I Jnes' came t Oregn with his meeting' Mnday' J an." 27' at ........... Mr. and Mrs. Don Cooley at. recent Scout committee OES& family when eight years old. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mauer and GRAND RONDE -- At a With the exception of 17 years 7 p.m. Membership _.3 open to Tne xamnm raver nortn ot tended a 4 H ban-uet in ........ at Cloverdale he resided lnthe anY JeeP owner. For further zaz,o,..'-- was- o"" ,,e" ovc,,uw^-'^" "'-'"--v'" .... - q meeting, me group aecictea to ......... memum ***e aturaay evening, change the Cub Scout packnight Sheridan area. July 3, 1906, information call Authur Soules st%cCta:no-Un:y;::te It was sponsored by Portland tea more eonvenientdate. This he married Lola Frances Agee of Grand Ronde. " General Electric and guest will be the fourth Tuesday night In McMinnvllle. Meeting Held nowever, speaker wasJamesT. Johnson of every month, beginning at SHOE SALE VALUES TO 1 He ran a dairy farm for many ..... of Crown Zellerbach Corp.- 7.30 p.m. at the Scout bulldin S 95 i years and sometimes workedas Several Ballston zrzenus at- ra'ion .... " g" ........... o c . ervmg as lviaster of Next meeting will be a logger. Jones had been a The 4-H Happy Rippers edenintTmt?a.rlaoy n2t Ceremonies was Don Matthews Tuesday, Jan. 26, at whlchtlme member f the Sheridan Ma" Knitting club met Thursday ro -- , -; r,.,.-Y,-,... frmPGEinPortland. Den 3 will present a skit.  0 $11 I $111i ! sonic lodge since 1923. evening at the home of Mr. and .... . z, ,,, me . ..st ,,,,,,.. He is survived by three sons, Mrs. floe Mauer. Gayle Yodez of Christ. I Everett, Sheridan, Russet1, conducted a surprise inspectior Published Every Thursday by Prlneville, and Clarice Jones, of good grooming of the hands. Mr. and Mrs. Douwe MelIe- ". ONE 6R UP ONE GROUP Beaver; he brther' Llyd' Second year knitters started ma visited in Newberg Friday THE SHF'RIDAN PUBI-'SH'NG COMPANY I I / Lu t Grand Reade; 15 grandchild- their sweaters and the first afternoon at the home of a ........ year knitters will knit exhibit niece, Mrs. Wayne Blume and Second class Postage Pare At Sherman, oregon ren and 21 grea--grandchild, pot holders and start slippers, family.       111       I ren.