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t chairman relx)rted that the es- actiye. 11o =and Shelterj, "aYe fn and willbeStjdged. AFeaivtng   mr ;:  |  L! : h In the-its;ztfficlal Respiration; UI' in ff'tt'lll " id flpmernbership todate. Bleeding and Bandaging; Frac- r v, . v,. '}e past presidents meet in the tares and  Splinting; Burns; hall the evening of Feb. 18. Shockp Transportation of in- Cub' Den Mothers 'Nighl Club' Shen'dan G'd00 Grand R0nde Will am i na Gi rl Cited At Pack Meeting 4-H Activitg Den mothersforthecurrent to Jeff Duncan; gold arrows to Considered Weds Area Man ..... TheCtick- Wed In South year in Sheridan Cub Scout Paul Slgrlst, Bryce Wondall ing Needles" 4-H knitting club activities were introduced hy and Timmy Reid; silver ar- Two youngmenfromYamhill was organized recently at the Cub Scoutmaster Kenneth rows to Kevin Cooley, Bryce County lmve announced tentative CarolJoyceHaddon,daughter wore a dress of blue brocade home of project leader, Mrs. Knutson Monday at Chapman Woodall, Paul Slgrist and Billy plans to open a commercial of Mr. and Mrs. William Haddon and white carnation corsage. Walter Worth in Valley Junc- school during the first pack Purvis, who received two. teenage "night club" on High- of Sheridan, and Carl Theodore Hobert Bainter of Willamina tion. meeting held during this school One-year pins were awarded way 18 near Bellevue, but they Bainter of Willaminawere mar- was best man for his brother. Willamina, became the bride of year. Jeff Duncan, Bill Shepherd and are seeking public reaction to ried recently at the Church of Mrs. Jack C-allup of McMinn- Officers elected were Gret- William To O'Hearn Jr., son of Introduced were Mrs. Don Dan Ivle and two-year pins the idea before finalizing their Jesus Christ of Latter Day ville was soloistandMrs. Lil- chen Fisher,president;Beverly William T. O'Hearn Sr. of went to Steve Agee, Duane plans. Saints in McMinnville. The lian Terry of McMinnvflle was 3o Flipse, vice-president; Kay Carlsbad, N. M., Feb. 8 at Cooley and her assistant, Mrs. Wilson, Kevin Cooley and Bill A spokesman for the pair said single-ring ceremony was per- organist. Heidel, secretary, and JoAnn Modesto, Calif. Rev. Donald WilliamLux, assistedWdall;by Mrs.MrS'LillianFrank Purvls. that the club will be housed in formed by Bishop John Gallup Following the ceremony, a Werth, junior leader. Other G. Weston performed the Mrs. Don Cooley's Den 4won the old San Daka care building of McMinnville, in the presence reception was held in the members include Karen Fisher, double-ring ceremony in St. Duncan; Mrs. Alice McKen- the inspection award tied with about a mile west of Bellevue. of members of the immediate recreation room of the church. Jenny Mauldin, DianneandDar- Johns Chapel of the Valley. dricks, assisted by Mrs. Vern Den 1 for the attendance of The building already has been families andafewclosefriends. The wedding cake, decorated by lene Schuerch, Debbie Flipse The bride, given in marriage Hayzlett; Mrs. William Ivie The bride wore a ballerina- Mrs. Robert Rainier of Willa- and Beverly Bailey. by her grandfather, Thomas and Mrs. Floyd Owens. Com- parents award, Mrs. Frank secured and insurance obtalnedo mittee members introduced in- Lux's Den 2 had the display The next step will be application length dress of pink nylon over mina, was cut and served by Mrs. Werth is teaching phase Houston of Modesto, wore a cluded assistant Cubmasterand table which showed blrd feeders for a dance license from the pink taffeta and carried white Mrs. Robert Grambo of Kels% I through 7, with girls working waltz-length wedding dress of Webelo leader, William Zeller; made from plastic bottles, a Yamhlll County Court. carnations on a white Bible. Wash., a sister of the bride- on projects from slippers to white satin, fashioned with noteholder made from popsicle The club will be patterned Maid of honor was the bride's groom, and Mrs.RodMcKenzie, wool fabric ensembles with three-quarter length sleeves Ralph Huntley, secretarY" sticks and a bread board made after clubs already in operation sister, Miss Judy Haddon, who aunt of the bride. Mrs. Kent knitted sleeves and collars, scalloped neckline, a full skirt treasurer; and Matt Krau- from a piece of hard board, in Portland, the spokesman .-.......-..........-.....................-...-.-...................:. Haddon, sister-in-law of the with panels down the back. She thoefer Jr., outdoors chairman, all made by the Cubs. said. The Portland clubs ii;:i bride, andMrs. Frances Smith GRANDRONDE---Mrs. John carried white carnations on a Knutson pointed out several Mrs. Cooley showed color operate with the approval and niece of the bridegroom, ser- Howry recently held an organ- white Bible. Her shoulder more committee members are slides taken of Cub Scout ac- cooperation of law enforcement ved punch. Miss Robin Bainter izational meetingforthe "Stitch lengh veil was held by a seed needed to carry on the Cub tivities, including banquets, agencies, of Willamina, a niece of the and Chatter" advanced girls pearl crown. program, train trips and camping out w The San Daka club would : bridegroom, passed the guest 4-H sewing club. The brides's sister, Miss Den 8 conducted opening cer- taken from May 1962 through operate between the hours of book and Mrs. Larry Haddon The group elected Stella Curl Elsie JohnsonofWillamina, was emonies and presented theflag. July of 1963. 7 and 12 p.m. on Friday and CHARLES FRANK of Salem, sister-in-law of the president and Susan Howrysec- maid of honor. She wore a Awards made included Bobcat Afterwards, Knutson ex- Saturday only. It would include bride, took care of the gift retary. Other members include waltz-length dress of pastel pins to Jeff Hayzlett, Tim plained Scouting proceedure to a dance floor, lounge,softdrink Requiem Mass for Charles table, Barbara Curl, Sharon Parren green satin, fashioned simi- Papen and Paul Sigrist; Wolf the parents. He reported Cub bar featuring some 140 soft Albert Frank, 74, of Grand Following a wedding trip to and Wilma Curl. Mrs. Howry, lar to that of the bride's, She badges to Paul Stgrlst, Harry Scout uniforms are needed and drtnksp and a parents' waiting Rondej who died suddenly Feb. Mt. Hood, the couple is re- project leader, demonstrated carried white carnations. Cooley, Scott McKendricks and anyone having one to sell or room. No adults would be at- 7, 1964, while on a vacation siding in Willamina. He is the proper way to gather skirts Candlelighters were Mary Bryce Woodall; Bear badge donate should contact him. lowed in the dance or soda bar tn Paso Robles, Calif., was held employed by the state in the and aprons. The girls will Lou True and Stephanie Lemon, area. the morning of Feb. St. welfare department atMcMinn- display practice articles at the both of Modesto. They wore Legion Auxiliary Hears "The club would be estab- Mlchaels Church, GrandRonde, vfl]e, next meeting, dresses of pastel pinkand llshed for teenagers between 14 with Father Schneider officiat- held the lighted candles and 0 only*** the spokes- ing" Recitation of the Rosary ,,,, ,M;ss;0nar" Due 00o00o00---Georgia throughouttheceremony. man said. An offduty policeman was the evening of Feb. 11 in Curl and Linda Albin are jun- Alan Edwards of Lehanonwas Test Winner 3 Entrants .o=o. hired asdoorman. Adamson's Sheridan Ftmeral to Speak ior leaders in charge of a girls best man. Ushers were George 'qHe realize the initial re- Home. IntermentwasatStayton __ 4-H cooking club, 'rheMessy L. Johnson of San Jose, an Cemetery. Makers". uncle of the bride, and Harry action to the club will be a The son of Paul and Theresa negative one," the spokesman Officers of the group are Winner of the local IOOF auxiliary unit. Also a guest at said. "However, we feel that Frank, he was born April 16, president, Jackle Lend; vice- 1889, in Sublimity. Hewasem-At Salt Creek United Nations Pilgrimage for the meeting was Mrs. Fern given the chance we can show ployed as a log scaler by the president, Susan Weaver; sec- Youth speakoff, Marilyn Bride Eberhart of the high school that such a club would provide retary, Sharon Parren; news presented her prize-winning faculty, who had worked with needed and desirable recreatio- Hammond Lumber Company in reporter, Wilton Curl, andrec- talk at the February meeting of the girls in this phase of the nat facilities for teenagers of Stayton, Detroit and Garibaldi. Feb. 14, 1936, he married Velvla Rev. Ray Castro, former reation leader, Judy Knox. the Sheridan unit of the program, the area. Hoffart in Tillamook and in 1938 missionary to Spanish-Ameri- Other m'emhers are Susie Bran- American Legion auxiliary In the business meeting, plans "We feel that we can an- they moved to Grand Ronde. He cans in Texasp will be guest don, Yuvonne Lillard, Carmen Monday night a-t the Legion were discussed for the past swer any objections to the idea worked for Murphy Timber speaker at II a.m. Sunday at and Sheryl Mercier and Erma hall, officers' dinner, which will be to the satisfaction of everyone Her topic, "Problems Crea- held in the dining room Feb. and would like the chance to Company at Valley Junctionun- the Salt Creek Baptist church. Reynolds. ted in the U.N. by the Veto," 24. All past officers of both do so, Anyone wishing further tit his retirement in 1956. Rev. Castro is presently do- was presented as a "practice" unit and post will be invited informatinn or who has oh- He is survived by his widow, ing home missionary work in GRAND RONDE--Abeginning Velvia; two stepdaughters, the Salem area, where he and 4-H sewing club was formed session for her presentation in to this dinner and reunion. Jections or questions can write night with the IOOF district speakoff For the community service to PO Box 95 in Sheridan. ALL Rosemarie Hunt, Portland, and his family are living. The Tuesday Mrs. Catherine Wagner, Stayton; two Men's Chorus, directedbyWal- Charles Slater, proect leader. Saturday night, Feb. 29 at the project for Febrtmry, the unit letters  received will be an- brothers, Albert Frank, Oregon ter Schmitke, will sing a sac- The ',Sweet Sewers" was the IOOFAlsohallspeaklng in the meeting fundtakesdrlve,ChargewhichfwillthebeHeartcon- sweredspokesman sald.lndividually"' the City, and Leo Frank, Portland; red selection for the service, name chosen by the following were the three contestants in ducted next week. one sister, Mary Kerber, Stay- Mrs. Eugene Villwock will members: Yuvonne Lillard, the Legion'sAmericanismpro- Mrs. Andrew Baugen at-Classes Set ,o.. will serveasorganist. Kathy DeBacker, DebbieSlater, gram, Kay Kelson, Della Smith tended a county meeting under The pastor, Rev. C.H. Walth, Lolla Fuller and Evlyn Wagler. and Walterina Solorio, with the the supervisionotCountyHaalth LLOYD .L BOUNDS will he away this Sunday and Their current project is rank- latter winning first place fter Officer Dr. Elton Kessel. At Continued from Page I Requiem Mass will be read Sunday, Feb. 23, to assist with ing a scissors case. the trio had presented their this meeting, emphasis was others in the area. Those in- at 10 a.m. Friday, Feb. 14, special Gospel services at the talks on "Communism - A placed on the health facilities terested in further Information in the Church of the GoodShep- First Baptist church at Paul, GRAND RONDE --- "The Threat to the Constitution." of the county. Sheridan Unit may contact her at 843-3623. herd, preceded by recitation Ida., where Rev. Myrl Thlesies Stump Setters", a 4-H forestry February is Americanism will go on record as assisting of the Rosary at 7:30 p.m. is the pastor, club recently was organized at the home of vro]ect leader, Mrs. month for the Legion and its this work in every way pos- Developed by the U.S.Publlc Thursday, Feb. 13, in the Chapel Sunday School, with classes Arthur Soules. slble. Health Service, subjects taught of Adamson's Sheridan Funeral for all ages, will convene at Officers elected were Roger ,=.V"sou'an Mrs. Bosch, Americanism in the cogn'se include Radio- Home, for Lloyd J. Bounds of 9:45 a.m. according to Great Soules, president; DRrryl Set Monday Hostesses are Mrs. Bosch and |uteri; Nursing Care; Infant Mrs. Wirfs. and Child Care and Emergency Shower Honors Sheridan Girl Hostess for a recent bridal shower honoring Miss Joan Wolfer was Mrs. Leroy Chupp. Child Birth. Cooperating with the health service was the American Medical association's Council on National Security and Com- mittee on Disaster Medical Care. The program is en- dorsed and administered by the Oregon State Health Depart- ment and the Oregon State Civil Defense office, Sherldan, who died Tuesday Commission, Bible study is not Feb. 11, 1964 at Vet- a question off-.option, but :of eranobspital in Portland,S"%' 0bedience. Geral Superinten- Born March 28, 1895, Bonds dent Marvin May extends a was employed as an engineer friendly "welcome" to new- in the government service most of his life. He moved to Sheri- dan in 1961. He was a vet- eran of World War L Survivors include his wife, Lorena of Sheridan; two sons Lloyd Dale of Hichland, Wash. and Gregory Lo of San Diego; a daughter, Sandra RuthBounds of Albany; two brothers; two sisters; and three grand- children. Prayer Day comers in the area to comeand share in this vital hour. The Gospel service at 7:30 p.m. will include musical sele- ctions, children's storytime, and message by Hey. Castro. An up-to-date report about the new ministry of Rev. and Mrs. Gilbert Schneider, who have accepted a position with the University of Ohio, will he given orally by Mrs. Dorene Walth. Nursery care for little children is provided at this service, as Wright, vice-*president; Robert Soules ,,, seeret.ry . and Jmes Commerford, recreation lead- er. New members were shown how to build a press and in- structed in the proper way to press and mount specimens. The group then examined aNob- le fir cone. A package of seeds was given each member. A specimen collecting trip is planned into United States Ply- wood forest land as soon as weather permits. GRAND HONDE --- Mrs. Marjorle Reid, Boys 4-H cook- ing leader, announced her club was formed recently, with Open house at the revamped 7-11 Restaurant, now under new ownership and management, is scheduled for Monday from 2 to 10 p,m., according to Mrs. C. A. Noxon, who has been work- ing to get the restaurant in order. The 7-11 is located at 11 West Main street in Sheri- dan. A top cook, with a long back- Miss Mabel Elsie Johnson, True of Modesto. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Decorations consisted of S. Johnson of Rt. 1 Box 229, bouquets of white carnations, white stock and heather. A reception was held after- ward at the home of the bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Houston in Modesto. The wedding cake was cut and served by Myrta Johnson, an aunt of the bride, while cousins of the bride, Dianne and Cyn- thia Johnson passed the guest book and took care of the gift table. Following a wedding trip to Mexico, the couple will make their home in Alameda, Calif., where the bridegroom is stationed with the U.S. Navy. For traveling, the bride chose a blue suit with matching ac- cessories and white carnation corsage. The bride graduated from Willamina High School in 1961 and has been employed in Salem at the Multiple Listing Bureau. The Johnsons went to California for their daughter's wedding. Fellowship Set For Prayer Day Members of the Phil Sheridan Fellowship will attend services for the annual World Day of Rites Slated Prayer attheChristianChurch Friday afternoon. They also r will learn about "spring Hair ForWiJt fl Styles" from Bea Curry. aml an Last Friday, under the bus- iness meeting, the Fellowship Funeral services will beheld voted to sponsor "A Luncheon at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the Wil- Is Served" and named a corn- lamina Methodist church for mittee of Mrs. Ernest Huntley, James Warren Wright, Wil- Mrs. Alma Unfred and Mrs. lamina logger killed Tuesday Ada Adamson to be in charge. A by a falling log near Cottage donation of $5 was voted for Grove. Hey. Charles Mc- the annual heart drive. Carthy of the church will of- A substitute speaker from the ficiate and interment is Oregon Dairy Council took the scheduled in Green Crest Mem- place of Mrs. Dorris Hoy, who orial Park in Sheridan. Adam- broke her foot and was unable son's Sheridan Funeral Home to attend. is in charge of arrangements. On Feb. 21 there will be a The 21-year-old Wright was sound and color film on "His- working with the Murphy Log- toric Virginia" and "A Date glng company as a choker set- With West Virginia." In the ter when the accident happened, films, people and places that He was son of Mr. and Mrs. have formed the bedrock of the Warren Wright. nation's tradition will be shown . For Valentmes Day 0000flAKES\\; COOKIES 2, ' k s"HERIDAN BAKERY THE SWEETEST PLACE IN TOWN 144 S. Bridge St. Phone 843- 4715 i ground of accomplishments in the kitchen, Mrs. Noxon came to the Phil Sheridan Country in October of last year. She and her husband, until the time of his death, operated restaurants and handled catering services in California for severalyears. Shepresently is living with her sister-in-law and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Nell Sumner, in Wil- lamina. Mrs. Noxon announced that free refreshments will be avail- able for all visitors during the Monday open house. In the future, she plans to expand the restaurant to include a dining room featuring barbecue meals and Polynesian chicken. ....... MERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY Lily SUbS ........ President Callle Helder ......... Sec, Visiting members Welcome Meets 2rid and 4th Mondays -- i i ii .I I DR. VICTOR E. JOHNSON Chiropractic Physician HOURS: 9-6:00 MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 9.t2 THURSDAY & SATURDAY GENERAL PRACTICE- LAB & X-RAY 876-3302 188 S. MAIN-WIMN I Block South of Bridge | i i | Approximately 50 guests at- tended the event, held at the Chupp home. Miss Wolfer is daughter of Mrs. Hazel Wolfer of Sheridan. After the honored guest open- ed her gifts, refreshments were served. The evening was spent playing games. Miss Woifer plans to marry Larry Mascott of McMinnville in March. Former Local Pastor Slated Rev. and Mrs. Llonel Fur- man, formerly pastors of the Willamina Assembly of God, will be speaking in the Sheridan Assembly of God Church at 7:45 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 20. The Furmans served as mis- sionaries to the Congo dur- ing the first part of their term. When their lives were endan- gered, they fled across the border to Tanganylka. Rather than marking time for condit- ions to become favorable for a return to their mission in Congo, they immediately began working in the country to which they had fled. Thus, they be= came missionaries to both the Congo and Tanganylka. Their many friends in this are invited to see and hear them again in this service an- nounced above, according to R.A. Bullock, pastor. ...... P! T Id well as during the morning David Weaver as assistant I Eve,t; I ans o leader. NVLON C0NTESI C0mmun00ty F A The World Day of Prayer Officers electedwerepres- service has always been a mat- ldent, Randy Butler; vice-pres- or reo to, of genuine interest with ldent, Pat Henry and secre- people of this fellowship. The tary, Kim Fuller. Other mem- World Day of Prayer will service this year will be held bers are Gevan Reid, Barry O1- be noted in Sheridan Friday, at 2 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 14, son, Gary Butler, Eugene and Feb. 14, at 1:30 p.m. in the at the Grace Mennonite church Kenny Curl, Kirk Olson, wit. Calendar christian church, according to in Dallas. Mrs. Donald Tur-lis Albin and Arlie Kilgore.   WEEKS. Mrs. R. A. Bullock of the As- her, missionary toSouthAmer- This being a general cooking sembly of God church. As ica, will be the guest speaker group, many dofferent projects general chairman, Mrs. Bul- at that time. are under way. lock announced the high school or/gf  /./ //$7" '/T, / THURt)AY, FEB. 13 Sheridan Study Club. FRIDAY, FEB. 14 Phil Sheridan Sellowshtp. Basketball, Sheridan at Wit- lamina. SATURDAY I FEB. 15 OAES Regional Workshop, Sheridan High School. Beauty Operators' Hairstyle Show, Wlllamina VFW Hall, 7 MONDAY FEB. 17 PTA Chamber of Commerce, 12 noon, Sheridan Care. City Council, 8 p.m. TUE)AY FEB. 18 Ethel Rebekah Lodge 162 Basketball, Sheridan atYam- hill WEDNEtK)AY FEB. 19 ROtary, noon THER)AY, FEB. 20 Rainbow Girls. girl's triple trio, under the direction of Robert Belieu, will sing special numbers. The public is urged to at- tend. Churches taking part in the observance are the Christian, Methodist Nazarene and As- sembly Of GOd, Representatives from each will take part. City To Host OAES Meeting More than I00 delegates to the regional meeting of the Oregon Association of Edu- cational Secretaries are Local Man 20,604 PAIR Werth was elected president of the Grand Ronde 4-H Live- stock club Feb. 8 at the home Reassigned ,-,,o.: of project leaders Bailey of Mr.andMrs. Valley Junc- r iV TR/mPNYON3 an .. Other officers chosen were / G/VAW4 Y/ BITBURG AB, Germ Y Joy Wood, vice-president, Stel- Airman First Class LeRoy H. Reeser of Willamina has arriv- ed here for duty with a unit of the United States Air Forces in Europe. Airman Reeser, and air policeman, came here from an assignment at Paine Field, Wash. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Reeser of Rt. 1 Willamina. FRIDAY, FEB. 21 Phil Sheridan Fellowship. The public is cordially invited to attend Basketball, Sherwood at Sheridan. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .v ..'.... , ;!;;;;;!;i@iii;i!ii.:.: Mill Creek Community Club. Ethel Rebekah Turkey Din- February 16, 1964 from 2 to 4 p.m. .nor. Basketball - Sheridan at Jet- AT ferson. itllllmlllllOIII Now & Used GLASS .LL`.7`L.7.....77L7.;t`.. lesurance Jobs A Speciolw :: State L,censed Fred Stabler:!l Mlshler Wrecker S !ii Accredited by National Council 0wner-Administrator i :!!:!!:i:!:i!:!:!:::::;:i:!!!:!i::i:i:!i!!:!!::.:::::!:i::::::!:i?:!:::i:::!:;:::!:i::;!!i!::!::i::!::i::;:!:::!:::i::?:i::!;;!:.;;:::: Wi I IolninQ 876- 2432 immmllllllltlll la Curl secretary, and Beverly Barley, junior leader for the year. A new member Judy Knox, joined the group. TWO practice demonstrations were given,one by JoAnn Werth on the "Correct Way to Polish Shoes" and the other by Bev- erly Bailey, "How To Pre- pare a Dairy Cow For County Fair." The airman, agraduateofWil Projects underway include scheduled for an all-day meet- lamina Union High School, en- dairy and beef cattle, rabbits ing Saturday at Sheridan High. tered the service in June 1953. and sheep. IIO FREE PAIR NYLONSl 61V00N AWA If 4Ctl WEEK/ MAJOR PRIZE WINNERS IT'S NO GAMBLE TO EAT HERE! FREE REFRESHMENTS REGULAR HOURS: ..... MONDAY 1/th Weekdays-6A.M.-8 .M. CLOSE D THURSDAYS 2:00 10:O0 Saturdays &Sundays 11A.M..9P.M. F,,00,LY N,GHTS 711 W. MAIN ST. Mondays & Fridays " SPECIAL $1.00 DINNER (FORMERLY DOG HOUSE RESTAURANT) CONTESTAMTS MUSr BE 14. YRS. OLO OR. OVE. lllllllllllllllnUllnllllllllllullllllllllllllll " I('flEI('I'E flI:DT " llVOlll 0 I L/In = n im -= ;STORE _= .== . = am = WILLAMINA = tm m lllllllllllllllllllllllllllnlllllllllllllllllllllll