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The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, March 5, 1964 Church News SHERIDKH KALT CJErK WlIA.AMINA FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 'I'he Friendly Church" Ralph H. Perry, Minister Tale. 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 .... II a.m. Christian Endeavor. .6:30p.m. Evening Service ..... 7:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Prayer Meeting and Bible Study ................ 7:30 p.m. Choir Practice ..... 8:30 ," TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 310 Sheridan Road Pastor: Marvin Kellerman 2330 McDonald Lane McMinnville, Oregon Telephone 472-6677 Sunday School ..... 10:15 a.m. Worship Service ..... 9:00 a.m. SHERIDAN CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Elwin A. Moore, Pastor Sunday Services: Sunday School ..... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship...lh00 a.m. 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 R. A. Bullock, Pastor Regular schedule of services: Sunday School ...... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship...11:00 am. Evening Service ..... 7:45 p.m. Mid-Week Prayer Meeting, Thursday Evening .... 7:45 p.m. FAITH BIBLE CHAPE L Welcome to the Faith Bible Chapel Full Gospel. Sunday services 7 p.m., Wednesday evening services 7:30 Sun- day School 10 a.m. Located two miles from Willamina on old highway. Mill Creek MRS. EARL NEAL PHONE 843-2068 llm,almlulIIImlmmwll lit. m =,Im-*mu'J-''uu m'- m" Mr. and Mrs. Bill McMillan and baby of Willamina were Sunday dinner guests at the Lawrence Berkey home. Mr and Mrs. Larry Igou of Tacoma were Saturday guests at the Amos Hen,on home. Saturday overnight and Sunday guests were the Henton's daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Sharer and family of Eugene. Joining them for Stmday dinner was Daniel McKibben of DeLake. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wagler, Marsha, and Kelly of Goldcreek were recent Sunday dinner guests at the Sam Evers home when the birthdays of Marsha Wagler and Grog Evers were observed. Mrs. Sam Evers entertained with a party Feb. 26 honoring her son Grog on his fifth birth- day. After playing several games, refreshments of cake, ice cream and chocolate pud- ding were served to Ricky Marner, Ronda and Linda Neal, Kathy, Andy, Theresa and Jimmy Horn, Grog and Rita Evers. Also present for the occasion were Mrs. Earl Neal, Mrs. Ira Evers and Mrs. Horn. Mrs Earl Neal and Linda and Mrs. Ira Rogers were Mon- day dinner guests of Mrs. Corine Eknes of Sheridan for a birthday dinner honoringMrs. Neal. Mrs. Sam Evers underwent a tonsillectomy Friday morning at Salem General hospital and returned home Saturday eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Knutson and family were Sunday afternoon visiters at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Stephen Swan- son of Eugene. On the way home they stopped at Junction City to visit Mrs. Barbara Adolf. Mrs. Nadine Marner and three children of Portland were weekend guests at the John Marner home. Church Group Norma Schrock of Sheridan was a Sunday dinner guest of Judy Yoder. In the afternoon 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. .............. 6:30 p.m. Old Testament Introduction Course ......... 8:00 p.m. Monday: Prayer Group ....... 9:30 a.m. Wednesday: Sanctuary Choir rehearsal MENNONITE CHURCH Raymond Mishler, Minister Mid-week Prayer Meeting... ............. 7:45 p.m. Worship schedule: Sunday School ...... 10 a.m. Worship Hour ....... 11 a.m, Sunday evening service - 7 p.m .......... 7:30 p.m 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 643-6204 Sunday Masses at: 8:00 a.m. and IO:OO am. 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 .... 11:00 a.m Youth Activities ..... 6:30pm. Evening Service ..... 7:30p.m. Buffet Honors Wedding Group Mrs. Amos Henton and Karen and Mrs. Melvin McKibben were hostesses for a buffet supper Friday evening at the Henton home honoring Mrs. Henton's niece, Jeanne Whitaker, and her bridal party following wed- ding rehearsal. The wedding of M i s s WAit- Ballsl0n Sees Reception For Couple's Anniversary Mr and Mrs. Bunn Whitlow of Dayton observed their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, March 1, in the Ballston Com- munity hall, with their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrso Robert Gould as hosts, assis- ted by Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Gould Jr = " i. m im.m =llmli.m=mQ.lil.lnl. u=a..=mmmllllO.m lilt ImmUlll m=i =, 0m.Jimim.= m=m.wl.i m.ilu wnmwwiitmwwmn BIRTHDAY CALENDAR " " Sheridan High School Com- Monk, Dennis Baird, Janice munity Birthday Calendarsends Struck, W. P. Clore, Jerry greetings this week to Randy Lundholm, Jim McCoy, Kim Whitehorn, Mrs. T. C. Richter, Struck Eva M. Frick, Marian dale; Mrs. Chester Hoffman of Robert Clare, Revo Lawrence Cast and Alvin Nislyo Sheridan; Mr. and Mrs. Les- --'Jtl||l||l|ltlllJllltl|ill|ltJlJJllJ|lllll|||l||ltnlil|ltltlmlr'm lie Gould and Warren GOuld of -" -. Willamina; Mr. andMrs. Rod- : BRING YOUR i neyDallasofHillsboro;Mroand ! FERTILIZER PROBLEMS Mrs. Fred Fox of Salem; Mr. and Mrs. Chester Everest of Portland; Effie Whitlow of Hillsboro and several Ballston aker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. The gift table was centered people. Orval Whitaker of Airlie, to with arrangements of gold Besides their claughter, the - TO TH Tom Cain of Monmouth, was colored flowers and tapers and Whitlows also have one son, held Saturday evening at the the serving table held a three- Virgil, of Dayton, seven grand- Sheridan Methodist church, tiered wedding cake.Mrs. Whitlow's corsage was children.Children and several greatgrand SherJdsfl GTBJn Co fll&_______ m,,i,, , a white orchld, a gift from her Mr. and Mrs. Whitlow were l, er$on00llllle5 granddaughter, Mrs. Barbara married Feb. 27, 1914 in Van- Gould Medley of Lake Tahoe, couver, Wash., and since that ANNUAL Slate Services unable to be pros-time have lived in Ballston, m ant. Amity, Newberg and Dayton. iiiiiiiiii Mr'andMrs'GuldDresen" SC0utsCamp 0ut : In,Ill PaUl ,rex,, Yearout, re- ted the couple with matching nowned "Ambassador to gold wedding bands. Youth", and Marvin Honore', Among the guests were two vigorous Negro tenor, are sisters andonebrotherofMrs. Over Weekend 1964. Four inspiring services, Whitlow. sponsored by the Dallas Minis- MEETING terial association, will be held Signing the guest book from Eleven Boy Scouts of at the Dallas High school gym- out of town were Mrs. May Troop 262 spent the weekend at nasium, beginning Friday eve- Simler of Newborg; Mr. and Camp Clark, where they stay- "- ning, March 13, at 7:30. Opening night will feature a concert of light and serious music by the youthful artist, Marvin Honore'. Star of Opera and the Concert Stage, Honore' has sung at the Metropolitan Opera House and Carnegie hall. On Saturday evening, March 14, the special feature will be color-slides of East Berlin with commentary by world trav- eler, Paul ,'Tex p' Yearout. "Tax" tells young Americans what every adult wants them to hear and what the youth them- selves want to hear, if it is told accurately and well Youth and adults will want to attend this meeting. Rev. Waldo Flickinger, min- isterial president, invites churches of the area to par- ticipate in the Sunday program, which includes community ser- vices at the high school at 3 p.m and 7:30 p.m. Adults also are urged to attend. Revival Meets Continue Revival meetings, which started March I at the Sheridan Mennonite church, will continue until March IS. Services are each evening at 7:45, with Melvin Paules of Cascade the speaker. they accompanied Norma's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Enos Schrock to Pacific City, where they visited at the Lloyd Shank home. RmiilmiiMEMlamiO New & Used GLASS Insurance Jobs A Specialty Mishler Wreckers Wallace Bridge Willamina 876-2432 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmm  mIt MINNONrlll HOUR" Each Ballston By MABEL MELLAMA Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kadell Prayer Service ..... 7:30 p.m. and family were Sunday din- Choir Rehearsal ..... 8:30p.m. ner guests of the Ralph KadeU family at Sheridan. Local People Saturday Mrso EzraKilmer visited in Dallas withher moth- er Mrs. L. Whitney, who had been quite ill with the flu. In Rite Roles Saturday evening, John Kil- mer's birthday was celebrated with a dinner at his home, with the Charles KadeU family as guests. For further celebrat- ion t John and his family had Simday evening dinner in Salem. Saturday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Clark were their son-ln-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wood- bump and a friend, Mrs. Am- bert Houghland, all of Seattle. A grandson Glen Wordan t of Albany Joined the Clarks, and their Seattle guests for Sunday dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Frick- son of Bandon visited during the weekend at the Onnte John- son home. Feb. 26, Mrs. Ezra Kilmer and John accompanied the MC- Minnville Junior high ungraded room to Salem, where they toured the capitol, with Warren Ntmn as guide, and went through the forestry building. Friday, Mrs. KHmer attended a meet- ing in McMinnville on start- ing a sheltered workshop for the handicapped In the county Baliston friends of Mrs. Mae (Grandma) DeJong expressed their regrets at her misfor- tune in breaking her hip when she fell Feb 26 at the home of her son, Dick. FOLGERtS COFFEE S h e r i d a n Methodist church was the scene Saturday evening for the wedding of Jeanne Louise Whitaker and Tom Crock Cain. R ev. Lawrence Monk performed the 7:30 p.m. ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orval Whitaker of Monmouth and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Tom Crock Cain Sr. of Alleusvill% Ky Miss Karen Henton of Sher- idan was maid of honor and Miss Nancy McKibben of Sher- idan and Miss Patricia Bock of Monmouth were bridesmaids They wore blue brocade satin dresses fashioned with bell skirts. They wore matching crown hats with short veils and carried bouquets of white carnations with blue net. Gary Whitaker and David Mc- Kibben of Monmouth, brother and cousin of the bride, lighted the candles. Ray Henton of Dallas was soloist and Mrs. Frank Stuck of Sheridan was organist. A reception was held in the church dining room. M r s Larry Igou of Tacoma, Wash. and Mrs. Vaughn Whltaker of 1 LB 2 LB $131 cAN 69' CAN 3 LB CAN $2 05 60Z INSTANT $109 | SPEC'S GROCERY Grand Rondo Holds Events Monmouth cut and servedthe wedding cake; Mrs. Harry Mc- Kibben of Salem and Mrs. Jar- Twenty-nlne members and rold McKibben of Monmouth, advisors of the Sheridan Chris- poured. Assisting were Mrs. dan Endeavor enjoyed a bowl- Richard Rice of Salem, Miss ing party Saturday afternoon Janice McKibben of Sheridan and Miss Arlene Wilson of Mon- mouth. Cub Pack Meet Postponed Here Postponement of the Cub Scout Pack meeting untilMarch 23 has been announced by Scout official Ken Knutson. The meeting originally was Planned for next Monday night he said mmm||||||||||||||mme|em||m|mm|e|m|mm|emm|m|m|e|||m||||||emu|m. at McMinnville. They invited the McMinnville Christian church youth group as their guests. Sunday evening, after church services, 25 members had a fireside at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Perry This weekend eight of the Sheridan C.E., Mary Low Britt, Dennis Marceaux, Robbie Perry, Joan Barstadt, Sylvia Jones, Betty Manary, Diane Blanchard and the youth ad- visor, Arnie Mitchell, will go to Suttle Lake for a county- wide retreat. Student On Honor Roll A Grand Rondo student at INSURANCE PROBLEMS? We Can Help You With Them Whitman college in Washington, David A. Wilklns, was listed on KSLM -- l lu: I the school's honor roU for the Comprehensive- Life- Fire- Automobile semester. I 13:30 p.m.. Sundays I Iwelcome to Mennonite Church- AMERICAN LEGION - Health & Accident Insurance I 240 SW Madison, Sheridan ! AUXILIARY , ,,,,.., .-.,. ,0..= ........ SACKETT 8, WRIGHT Womp  1! am. I Cllie Helder ......... S, INSURANCE I "-,, woep,  p.m. : j "A Visiting members Welcome ......... ] Meets 2nd and 4th Mondays ).@Z .:..B!p.5[. ....................... J,43--@,?,I. 2. Mrs. Charles Duvall of Kern- ville; Earl Brink of Grants Pass; Marie Winters of Mc- Minnville; Mr. and Mrs. Nor- man Whitlow of Beaverton; Mrs. Fred Spooner of Sheridan; Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Whitlow and family of Dayton; Cheryl Bels- ke, George Cruz and Mr. and Mrs David Gould, all of Sea- side; Mr. and Mrs. D.G. War- ner and Mr. and Mrs. George Warner of Cutler City; Mr. and Mrs. George Todd of Rick- reall; Gillian Ferris of Amity; Robert Everest of Sandlake; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Beal of New- berg; Elmer Everest of Clover- Society Slates Meet Yamhill County Historical Society will hold its regular meeting and potluck at Dayton Grade school Tuesday, March 10, according to Neita Terry of Lafayette, secretary of the group. Speaker will be Geo rge B. Abdill of An Roseburg. author of several books, hewill speak about early railroads. t'he l00ge 00mnsn i i Logging Company provided Tuesday March lOth transportation. Going were Scout-Master Don Sheridan American Legion Hall" Cooley and Scouts John Kraut- hoofer, John Simonson, Tom and ChnckCinnamon, TimandTom ALL FARMERS WELCOME? Hays, David and Bob Bauman, Larry Marceaux, Stun Latham and Kevin Cooley. _-" m The Scouts hiked on Saturday -'3= SEVERAL FERTILIZERIN ATTENDANCE SPECIALISTS and Sunday morning Scoutmas- ter Cooley took the seven Cath- i m olic boys into Cloverdale to church, after which all enjoyed . ENJOY OYSTER STEW AND COFFEE, TOO a picnic on the beach. k / FERTILIZER MEMBER Soulh Office m Hamstreet Bldg. Bridge S rt eet THURSDAYS843-6871 JlJi  PACIFIC COOPERATIVES , er a. Grain Co. '  147 S. W. 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