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4 The Sun, Thursday, February 14, 1980 Paet, a Cambodian refugee, is 60 years old and has no known family.--Photos by Dr. Ronald Fleck. / Refugees at Sacaeo. Dr. Fleck worked at Sacaeo under the auspices of World Vision International. CHURC] in the WILD WO ~ Sun. Services e Church ,:,.~ Sun. Eves. .... ~ ~ ~ - Joe Kroph I Hugo Krehbiel Pastor tloly Su~htys , tT BAPTIST 12 miles southeast 0f~ On Salt ( off Highway SUNDAY 9:45 a.m. 11:00 a.m. Morning~ 6:00 p.m. Evening 9:00 p.m. orne ens ion w o so,, ' R. Lesselyoung 7:00 p.m. a 7:00 p.mBoys & " 7-30 p m C ao Rose Anne Lesse,- es rn eo r us e Sev Geo: Bre tk Continued From Page 1 a brief bout with laryngitis, Fleck thing else in the last 10 years,"young, 92, of 411 S.E. Twenty four members for 4H scholarships and Terry Lowen, help also, Fleck is unsure how the had no illnesses and worked his Fleck observed. Although the Sheridan Rd., Sheridan of the Mill Creek Home child care costs problem of Thais being displaced full term. team members were well aware of died Wednesday at the Estension Study Group .... by Cambodian refugees will be "We felt very close to each the delicate political situation,Sheridan Care Center. met at the Harmony [ ]'M t,4tl n A dIJ.. f f'. l handled. "The United Nations isother and the group became they were too busy to discuss it Interment was in Green Road home of Barbara I .......... u= Jack Bailey, Pastor looking for a solution and the close-knit as we worked toge- much. Crest Memorial Park of Knutson Thursday for I Jack B= " m " Sheridan with Adam- their February meeting, I 919 s. w. 2ud StreetSunday Services, S~um~ Pope plans a future visit to Camp ther, Fleck co mented. I How does Fleck feel about all Sakaeo." made life-time friends from all the attention he has received onson s Sheridan Funeral "Meat...Out of Sight?" I Famil~ Night- Wednesday, 9:4Sa.m.,MomingW~ While Fleck may have been as over the world; I've never worked arriving home? "You come away Home directing, presented by Vi Wetzel confused as many Americans with a better group of doctors and feeling like an ant and when you Mrs. Lesselyoung was and Vera Layon. __ . .... were before he went, his mission nurses, get here, there s television born June 5, 1887 in Collis,Minn., the was prepared as a first 4" O! mercy clarified the situation. Fleck brought $800 in unsoli- cameras and talkst )g ve." Fleck Vegetable beef soup ...... We are helping the victims of cited donation with him to the strongly feels th e learned daughter of James and course appetizer and l iVll l_ Y the North Vietnamese invasion of camp. With the funds, givin by more than he was able to Rose Boyle Lynch. She Arroz Con Polio and .................... Cambodia; these people are both individuals and groups, he contribute. He also finds himself taught school in Min- Potatoes Mousaka were 330 S. Ma'm St. Willami victims of the same forces thatbought a swing set, two wading concerned about how to present nesota, North and Southmade in sufficient quan-II fought us over there." pools and a volleyball set. "The the story. , Dakota. She married titles to feed the entire I Pastor Since the United States left pools were filled with sand as "1 want to show people the FrankW. Lesselyoung in much of its military equipment sandboxes since we didn't have pictures to help them understandS. Dak., Aug, 15, .. . . Henry N. Green Inrormalton. on TOOQ S~da'y " ' behind in Vietnam, the Oambo- much water, and the children the situation and to make them They homesteaded in values ;n meat and ! 9S: sds chool of The Bible" 7:30Wedi"ibleStudy dians are attacked with both loved them," Fleck commented, want to help out, but not so that South Dakota in 1916andcomparison of buying a Jl 1 -11:30 Sat. Missi Russian and American arms. The people are getting well they can seegross pictures." ,.,moved to Oregon in quarter of beef versus 6~ce andI',oyal Rangers 1963. While providing assistance to the now and they are bored with ' Oregon has made a tremen- over-the-counter pur- - refugees, the volunteers some- nothing to do but wait in the dous impact on the situation over She is survived by nerchases proved most in- . .............. times found themselves under camp." husband Frank of formative. Guests were ;" suspicion when the refugees Fleck said he will never be the there," he added. "There are twoSheridan; a daughter wards completely staffed by discovered they were not Frenchsame after his experience in Oregonians and you,t f e "1 LoveRosella Parker of Sheri- oabyMrS" SamdaughterWetzelandJr.Maryand ~'45-SOUTH B~RIDGE~ST.,843.2313 HERIDAN, ~a-s originally thought, but Amer- Saka o.."it's made. me more dan; four sons, Ben .of Ridgeway. ........ ~Sunc]aly School 9:45 a.m. Rev Je~ ican. conscious of other people. For Oregon" shirts on kids around the Sheridan, Leo of Park- Following a brief bus- [Sunda3, Service 11:00 a.m. " "'~ Several team members got ill example, the Cambodians are camp." ' dale, Joe of Salem and iness session conducted ,]S..u day Eveot . :00 p.m. )Mta week Servtce 7 30 p m and were unable to finish theirvery stoic about pain." A homecoming party will be Maurice of Faulkton, President Dori Han- - : " " term. Fleck's roommate, Dr. "1 honestly believe that what held for Dr. Fleck on Feb. 18 atDak.; two sisters, Grace son the yearly white t Woodworth of Cottage Grove, President Carter and World 6:30 p.m. in Sheridan High Jewett of Seattle and elephant sale took place| was hospitalized for pneumonia Vision have done has boosted School. He will give a talk and Sister Claire O.S.B. ofwith Vi Wetzel serving ) during his stay. Although he had good relations more than any- show a film about his trip. St. Joseph, Minn.; 15 as auctioneer. Over $100| grandchildren and 10 was raised for the great-grand children, treasury (used primarily These refugee children are among the 400 "unattached minors" under care at Sacaeo. Census jobs are available Census takers are needed in this area, according to Joyce Thorbeck, district man- ager of the area's 1980 census office. Written tests will be given at all state em- ployment offices or the U.S. Census District office in Salem. You need to call first before taking the test; appoint- ments are made through the Salem office 399- 5054. You can also take the written test in Sheridan's library conference room on Feb. 25 and March 3 at 12:30 p.m. or March 10 at noon. Those who call the Salem office first will be seated first. Census takers will be paid a fee for their training and a piece rate which averages about $4 per hour or more. It's time to The law requires a license for all adult dogs! The cost for a 1980 dog license isthe same as 1979 which is: $9.00 For a fertile dog $5.00 For a spayed or neutered dog $3.00 For a spayed or neutered dog belonging to senior citizen The primary seller of dog licenses will be at the Yamhill County dog control office located at the fairgrounds on Lafayette Ave. McMinnville. Beginning March 1st the clerks office will transfer all sales of licenses to the Yamhill Co. dog control poun( A late fee of s25 will be charged after March l stl Yamhill County Dog Control It should also be noted that your dog's rabies vaccination must be good for ten months of the licensing year. Also, to get a license for a nutered or spayed dog, a certificate from your veterinarian stating as such must be presented to the agency selling the licenses. m Assembly of God Church, 919 SW 2nd. Sheridan - 843-3277. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m., Worship, 11:00 a.m., Evening Worship, 6:00 p.m., Family Night, Wednesday, 7 - 8 p.m. Pastor, Jack Bailey. Assembly of God, Pastor, Henry N. Green. 330 S. Main St., Willamina. Sunday School. 9:45, Worship service, I i:00. Phone, 876-4424. Christian Church, 121 N.E. Yamhill, Sheridan, 843-2994. Raymond C. Rasar. Minister. Sunday Bible School, 9:30, Worship, 10:45. High School Youth Meeting, 6:00. Evening Ser- vice, 7:30. Christain Church, 200 SE Baker. Willamina. 876-2097. Minister Dennis Morley. Sunday School, 9:45, Worship Service, 8:30 & I! a.m. Evening Worship, 6:30 p.m. Choir practice, 5:30 p.m. Sunday. Church of God of Prophecy, Agency Cr. Rd.. Grand Ronde. 879*5237. Sunday School 9:45. Worship Service 10:45. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Willamina Church of the Nazerene 545 S. Bridge, Sheridan, 843-'2313. Sunday School 9:45 a.m., Sunday Service 11:00 Wed. Eve 7 p.m.A.W. "Dave" Davis, assoc, pastor. Rev. Jerry Warren, pastor. Emmanuel Lutheran 'Church, LCA. 315 S. Main, Willamina. 876-6844. Pastor Ned Landis. Holly Communion 10:00 a.m. Sundays. Emmanuel Pentecostal Cottage Meetings. Thursdays 7 p.m. Call 876-3245 for meeting place. Free Methodist Church 217 NE D., Willamina. 876-4085. Sunday School I I a.m. Worship 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Gene Jarvis, Pastor. Good Shepherd Catholic Church, E. Main and Hill Sts., Sheridan. 843-2206. Saturday Vigil Mass, 5 p.m. Sundays 8 and I0 a.m. Weekdays 8:30 a.m. Rev. Claude R. KIotz, S.D.S. Maranatha Chapel 2.8 miles from Buell, Gooseneck Rd., Sheridan. 843-3476. Paul Leinenbach, pastor. Worship Service 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday. Bible study Wednesday 7p.m. Nazerene Church Grand Ronde, 879-5297. Sunday School 10 a.m., Morning Worship 11 a.m. Sunday evening service 6:15 p.m. Pastor, Lowell Drake. Salt Creek Baptist Church 12 miles east of Sheridan on Salt Creek Church ,Rd. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Geo. Breitkruez, pastor. John Terveen, youth pastor. Sheridan Bible Baptist Gary D. Knouf, pastor. Assoc.I James Petz. Bible Study Morning Worship 11 a.m., p.m. Wed. Eve Prayer 643 E. Main St., Sheridan Sheridan Mennonite 240 Pastor .lira Eigsti. School 10 a.m. Worship 1 Evening Worship 7 p.m. St. Michael Church Hwy. Agency Rd. Grand Ronde. Vigil mass 6 p.m. Saturday, mass 9 a.m. Pastor Frederic) S.D.S. Trinity Lutheran Church Sheridan Rd. Sunday Worship Service 10 a.m. Horman. Office: 843-4747, 843-4350. United Methodist Church Church school 9:45 - 10:45. Service I I - 12 243 N. Bridge" Willamina: Church school 9 Worship Service 9:30 - 10:30. 1 Sts. Rev. Gerald McCray, 843-2776. Grand Ronde: Worship 10:45. Rev. Larry McCann. Church of Sclentology Davis, 142 East Main 843-3500. Sunday service Rev. Sharon Larson. PORTLAND GENERAL ELECTRIC 215 S. Bridge, Sheridan 843-2324 "Conservation is more important than ever" CORNER STORE 112 W. Main - Willamina Compliments of Augie and Betty Frownfelter CAREOUSEL CARE CENTER & EMPLOYEES THE KING'S CORNER Rexall Drug Store 226 S. Bridge St., Sheridan - 843-3121 SMITH'S BODY SHOP 157 N. W. Orchard 843-3357 Complete body Work - glass replaced - painting FORT HILL LUMBER CO. C,ompliments of Art & Ed Moshofsky, R,.S. BURCH CO, INC. Sheridan, Oregon 843-3014 CHAMPION BUILDING DIVISION OF CHAMPION Willamina Operation NICE ELECTRIC 242 E. Main, Willamina Howard Nice 876-2282 DRIVE-IN PHARMACY 1313 N. Adams, McMinnville, Oregon