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2 The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, March 26, 1964 00Church News SHERIDAN SALT C3REEX WILLAMINA FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH q'he FHen,llv Church" Ralph It. Perry, Minister Tele. 843-69C9 ,r 843-6964 SUN D h Y Bible Scho(d (classes Iol all ayes) 9:45 a.[11o ;rli]U Matthew% Superntendent. Dennis Mar- CeaUx, A ssistall! Sllperilll en- 1o11% Mornin9 Worship .... 11 a.m Chrislkm Endeavor o .6:30p.m. Evemnv Service ..... 7:30 WEDNESDAY Prayer Meeting and Bible Study ................ 7:30 p.m. Choir Practice ..... 8:30 TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 310 Sheridan Road Pastor: Mervin Kellerman 23:30 McDonald Lane McMinnville, Oregon Telephone 472-6677 Sunday School ..... 10:15 aom. Worship Service ..... 9:00 THE METHODIST CHURCH '., Chtlreh for ,'ill Ales'" Lawren('e Monk, minister 224Nordl Bride Stree( StlI(t:l): Church School ..... 9:45 aoln. 51 }rllillq Worship .... 1 1:00 :, ore. Fe!low>;hip tlouro .... 12 Noon Methchst Youth Felh)wslnp o .............. 6:30 pore. Old Testament Introduction Course ......... 8:00 p.m. Monday: Prayer Group ....... 9:30 a.m. Wednesday: Sanctuar Choir rehearsal MENNONITE CHURCH Raymond Mishler Minister Mid-week Prayer Meeting, . o ............. 7:45 p.m. Worship schedule: Sunday School ...... 10 a.m. Worship ttour ....... 11 a.m. Sunday evening service - 7 p.m .......... 7:30 p.m. SHERIDAN CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Ehvm A. Moore, Pastor SUll(lav Services: SUllday School ..... 9:45 aomo Mtn'nilw, Worship o ol 1:00 aomo Youth ttour ....... 7:00p,m, Juniol Society (ages ,i-11) NYPS (at',es 12-40) Evenim, Worship ..... 7:45 pore. SHERIDAN ASSEMBLY OF GOD 220 So W. Monroe R A, Bullock, Pastor Regular schedule ol ser',ices: Sunday School ...... 9:45 aom. M()yning Wn'shii)...1 h00 aonl. Evening Service .... 7:45 p.m. Mid-Week Prayer Meeting Thursday Evenillg .... 7:4 pore, FAITH BIBLE CHAPE L Welcome to the Faith Bible Chapel Full C, ospelo Stmday ser,,iees 7 p.m.. Wednesday evenine services 7:30 p.m. Sun- day School 10 a.m, Loe.,ated tWO lllJles I1')111 Wlilalllilla O11 old hiT, hwiy o SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Washington and Sherman Stso Services Saturday morning. Sabbath School 9:30 A.M. Preaching 11 A.M. GOOD SHEPHERD CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev, Edlnund Raum, S.DoS. Tel. 843-6204 Sunday Masses 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. or Salt Creek Grocery Clarence tI. Walth, Pastor Phone MA 3-2976 Woeklv Schedule: Sunday Sunday School ..... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship .... 11:00 a.m. Youth Activities ..... 6:30p.m. Eveng Service: ,  . Ly;30p.m ..... Wednesday ..... Prayer Service ..... 7:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal ..... 8:30 p.m. 0uths Escape Serious Hurts Three area teen-agers, two boys and a girl, narrowly es- caped more serious injuries in a one-car crash Thursday night, March 19, on Highway 221 at Lincoln when the vehicle ap- parently went out of control T0 Participate SHERIDAN - Forty music students from Sheridan schools will participate in the District Ill Solo and Ensemble Contest at Portland State College Mar. 28. The bus load of musicians will include nine instrumental soloists and six ensembles from the high school and seven in- strumental solos and four en- sembles from Chapman Grade School. One of the high school groups is a girls' triple trio. on loose gravel and slammed into a pile of wooden posts. All have been released from a Salem hospital. Sustaining injuries were David C. Boehler, 18, at Rt. 1, Willamina, Marlyn Blanchard, 17, of Sheridan and Fred L. Coblentz 19, at Rt. 1, Willa- mira. State police reported young Boehler was driver of the auto. Boehler sustained a concus- sion and a fractured knee in the mishap. He was released from the hospital Saturday. Al- so returning home Saturday, the Blanchard girl received cuts and scratches. The Coblentz youth received an apparent sprained ankle and a fractur- ed tailbone, discovered after he was treated and released from the hospital. LONGER ENGINE LIFE Diesel and heavy-duty gasoline engines get maximum protection with RPM DELO Lubricating Oils. Special compounds prevent piston and ring deposits, hold down crankcase sludge. And parts don't wear out as fast be- cause of RPM DELO's anti-friction additives. RPM DEL0 HEAVY DUTY...SUPER RPM DELO SPECIAL .. or RPM DELO SUPERCHARGED-3. One of these oils is just right for your equip- ment and operating conditions. For any Standard Oil product, call "Ken" Graham 241 S. W. Railroad Sheridan, Oregon 843-61'/2 tela Hostetler Slates Wedding In California LELA HOSTETLER Miss Lela Hostetler is an- notmeing her approaching mar- riage to Joseph Patrick Mish- ler Jr., of Los Angeles, Calif. Miss Hostetler is the daughter of Mrs. Leah Hostetler at Sher- idan and Mr. Mishler is the son of Mrs. Viola Mishler of Long Beach, Calif., andJosephMish- ler Sr., Qf Des Moines, la. Miss Hostetler is a 1962 graduate of Sheridan High school and worked in Salem I before goingto Californiawhere !she is now employed with the Hartford Insurance company. Mr. Mishler is employed at the Deutsch Co., in Los Ange- les. The wedding date has been set for May 29 in California and the young couple will honey- moon in Oregon. Garbeco Cooks Prepare Meal The Garbeco Cooks held their meeting recently at the homeof Mrs. Milton Fanning. We had corn oil the cob, fried pork chops, lettuce, avo- cados and milk. The members did the preparatlo work on this meal. The avocado is a tropical American fruit, green to black in color and commonly pear- shaped. It is used mostly for salads. We learned about them in our meeting. Ethel Clflver, reporter. Extra Night Set At Roller Rink Plans to open the skating rink at the American Legion hall for Saturday night roller skating have been announced Church Program Set For Easter Easter Sunday "march" to Sunday school is slated for 9:.45 a.m., according to Mar- vin May, general superinten- dent at the Salt Creek Baptist church. May said a combined opening will be held in the sanctuary with a vivid portray- al of the Easter Story, through pictures and music. Following this there will be Bible classes for all ages. "Jesus Christ is Risen From the Dead" will be the theme at the 11 a.m. worship service. The church choir, directed by Richard Nallinger, will sing two sacred anthems. There will be an Easter Missionary offer- ing. "The Thorn Crowned King", an Easter Cantata, will be pre- sented at the q:30 p.m. ser- vice by the church choir, dir- ected by Richard Nallinger, with accompaniment by Mrs. Walter Schmitke and Mrs. Eugene Vill- wock. This concert of sacred music will be presented as a program complete in itself. Text for the Cantata is by H. van Berge and music by Fred B. Holton. by Legion officials. The rink presently is open Friday eve- nings. Legionnaire Fred Wirfs said plans call for the rink to be open from 7 to 10 p.m. on Saturdays as well as during these hours Friday evenings. He said skate rental fees are the only charges made for an evening of skating. The rink will be open this Friday and Saturday. Legion officials pointed out that lack of volunteer help at the rink has prevented skating on previous Saturday nights, but is is hoped this problem has been rectified. They expressed appreciation for the support given the rink by area residents during the past. It also was announced the rink is available for skating parties for clubs or groups any night of the week. Those wish- ing to make arrangements for an evening of skating should contact Wirfs at 843-2821. Sheridan Women Attend Meet Representing Sheridan at the annual meeting of the Oregon Association of Educational Sec- retaries Saturday in Portland were Mrs. Carl Moore, clerk of the Sheridan School district, and Neppie Lou Bell, secre- tary at Chapman Grade school. SERVING UP bowls of salad for the Sheridan Rainbow Girls' annual Chili and Chowder Feed Saturday night at the high school was this group of girls. Along with other Rainbow members, they served a small crowd of area residents who turned out for the dinner. (Sun Photo 136) SWITCH TO ELECTRIC HEAT THIS IS NOT A RENTAL PLAN THAT YOU PAY ON FOREVER... This is a purchase plan. You own your heating system and monthly payments stop once you have paid the balance. 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