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+,+++++,,.++,Or++, +r..,O0, JoAnn Wolfer Wed n B ky i n Double Ring R.tes A00ea 00re0n cere i MakeOTI s n artier _ Honor Ro =r + Two Phil Sheridan Co y 1 i students at Oregn Technical :; T e McMinnvllle Assem ly of God Church street length dresses of apple green taffeta, Institute in Klamath Falls are was the setting lor the March 12 wedding of with matching shirred headbands, and carried listed on the winter term honor _= I t I ERIDAN SALT CREEK WlLLAMINA GRAND RONDE FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH THE METHODIST CHURCH i u i I i I I i I I I I I t I I I t I I I t I n I I I I I nInO u I u i n I i I i am Z i Ill I Z "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 ..... 7:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Prayer Meeting and Bible Study ................ 7:30 p.m. Choir Practice ..... 8:30 ," TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 310 Sheridan Road Pastor: Mervin Kellerman 2330 McDonald Lane McMinnvill% 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...II:00 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 a.m. Evening Service ..... 7:45 p.m. Mid-Week Prayer Meeting, Thursday Evening .... 7:45 p.m. SALT CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH 1 Mile So. of Salt Creek Grocery Clarence H. Walth, Pastor Phone MA 3-976 Weeklv Schedule: Sunday Sunday School .... ,9.45 a.m. Morning Worshi p .... lh00a.m. Youth Actlvities ..... 6:30p.m. Evening Service ..... 7:30p.m. Wednesday Prayer Service ..... 7:30 p.m. +'A Church ior All Ages" Lawrence Monk, minister 224North Bridge Street Sunday: Church School ..... 9:45 a.m. M orning Worship .... 11:00 a.m. Fellowship ttour ..... 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 ....... Ii a.m. Sunday evening service - 7 p.m .......... 7:30 p.m. GOOD SHEPHERD CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev. Edmund Raum, S.D.S. Tel. 843-6204 Stmday Masses at: 8:00 a.m. and I0:00 a.m. First Friday Masses at: 8:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.mo Confessions on Saturday at: 7:30 p.m. FAITH BIBLE CHAPEL Welcome to the Faith Bible Chapel Full Gospel. Sunday services 7 p.m., Wednesday evening services '7:30 p.nf. Sun- day School 10 a.m. Located two miles from Willamina on old highway. -" Jo Ann Wolfer and Larry Mascotte. Rev. -" W.H. Cornelius performed the double ring -" ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. I -_ Hazel Wolfer of Sheridan and the groom is i _. the son of Mrs, Florence Rayson of Portland. . The bride, escorted to the altar by her -" uncle, Berle MCTimmonds, wore a full- -" length wedding gown of white satin with a I -" Chantilly lace bodice and scalloped neckline. .. Her fingertip veil was held in place with a n . wreath of orange blossoms. She carried a -" cascade of white rosebuds. Ill - Miss Karen Nofziger of Lebanon was maid -" of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Nancle Ill I . Rayson and Shirley Emmert. They wore _= SEVENTH.DAY ADVENTIST McVILLE Washington and Sherman Sts. Services Saturday morning. Sabbath School 9:30 A.M. Preaching 11 A.M. SEVENTH.DA ADVENTIST GRAND RONDE Serintendant-Glennys Wrlg " / . = Sabbath SohooL p .... ..${} :: I Church Service. ..... II:00 _. Prayer Meetin . Tuesday ....... 7:30 pn. n colonial bouquets of white carnations. Candlelighters were MissesDonna andJean- ette Wolfer, sisters of the bride. Laurel Woifer was flowergirl and Bobby Rayson was ringbearer. Jack Thompson was the best man and Norvin Kenner and Dave Mickey were ushers, A reception was held in the church parlor. Mrs. Mark Emmert cut the wedding cake, assisted by Mrs. Mervin Berkey and Mrs. Roy Miller, who poured. The couple is at home in McMinnville, where the bridegroom is the dealer for the Oregon Journal. Mrs. Mascotte will commute to her work in Carlton. BHEETDAN BRIEFS = Mr. and Mrs. Otto Heider, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hayz- . " Miss Irene Lawrence and Mrs. lett and family moved to La- ." Virgil Heider of McMinnville Grande overtheweekend.Hayz- m - visited Mrs Howard Coleman lett is employed in a mill at -" in Roseburg Sunday. Mrs. Cole- Elgin and commutes to work. -" man will be remembered as _= . Pearl Johnson of Eugene, who Van Keek and Jim Pelzer, -= some years ago taught in Sher- University of Oregon students, -" klan High School. She has spent the weekend in Sheridan I . " been ill for some time. attending the Herber-Hampton I _. Wallace Heider of Los Ange- wedding in Salem Saturday. ,. les, Calif., visited one day last week with his parents, Mr. and Cub Scouts Den 1 met last '= Mrs. Otto Heider. Wallace week and learned totieallsorts =_ I I _= I I I = a m _z I i m I n I Z n iii i i n i I i i - Choir Rehearsal ..... 8:30o.m. Pastor-Glenn Siambough . IIIgIiI IIIIIlI IIII IIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIgIIgIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII +'Looking At The Church" will be the service subject at II a.m. Sunday at Salt Creek Baptist church. A look at the Ronde Church Plans School Sheridan NHS Group Attends Portland Meet Several National Honor So- ciety members from Sheridan High school met representa- tives from the NHS group at McMinnville High school Sat- urday and attended a NHS con- manages a recording studio in of knots. They are working on ference for society members at Hollywood. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Gut- bred and daughter and Louise Arndt were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Gutbrod, honoring the birth- day anniversary of Mrs. Ros- coe Gutbrod which feb on March 29. Later in the afternoon, Mrs. C, utbrod's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loule Kulth, stopped by for a visit with the family. BIRTHDAY CALENDAR Church Plans Told For Week Fellowship Sets Church for those who want to understand its nature, mission and ministry will prove very worthwhile. This will be the first in a seriesofthreemes- At FddaI.j Meet sages leading up to Pentecost Sunday. The Church choir, directed by Richard Nallinger, will sing a sacred anthem. Mrs. Eugene Villwock will play the phll Sheridan Fellowship organ. The Sunday School Hour members will meet Friday, with is at 9:45 a.m. with classes for games and craft In the morning all ages. Marvin May, general followed by potluck at noon. superintendent, extends a wel- The afternoon will be spent come to people in the area. with table games and the birth= Youth fellowship meetings days of Mrs. Martha Schalek, are being planned for 6:30p.m., Ethel Nash, Karl Franklin, Sue right before the evening serv- Hibbert, Fern Krumdick, Joe ice. Discussions and partic- Kundra, Alia Suyder, Dee ipation with singing is included Metlema, Earl Latimer, Isa- being dug at the church with in these gatherings. Junior belle Bosch, Addle Curry, rooms to be used to accom= Youth are grades l through 4; Robert Steward and Madie Intermediate Youth are grades Hayes will be observed. Sheridan High School Birth- day Community Calendar sends greetings this week to Terry Haenny, Dlan Stuck, Mary Mowery, Lois Krauthoefer, Nina Adamson, Patti Thomp- son, Nellie Eastburn, Minna Beth Sloan, Jill Lundholm Ros- eada Small, Dorothy Matusch, Cecil Baird, Dale Wertz, Tom Krauthoefer, Glenn Eastburn and Betty Lien. Wedding con- gratulations go to Mr. andMrs. Jerry Hamilton and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Evers. Mill Creek JY: JLOI NEAL  : Among those attending the California Lutheran College choir concert in Portland Thursday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Knutson, Mrs. Toivo Simonson and Mrs. Amos Henton. Mrs. Earl Neal and Linda and Birthday Event Mrs. Ethel Neat were Wed- nesday visitors of Mrs. CAen Beachy of Grand Ronde. 5 through 8, and Senior Youth Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McNicol are grades 9 through college new Sheridan residents, Joined age. the group last week. They had A Youth Program of music been members of a similar or- and expressions of faith will ganization in California. be presented at 7:30 p.m. Young Charles McNeil of Wiliamina, people from the Immanuel Bop- who had been absent from the tist church of Portland will pre- Friday sessions for two weeks, sent this program, in cooper- surprised the fellowshlpFrlday ation with an exchange plan in- by bringing his new bride with cluding churches of the area. him. Guests were present from Wecoma Beach. They were impressed with the organiza- tion and hope to organize a group there. On April 17 at 2:30, a sound the opening flag ceremony for Portland State college. next Pack meeting April 27. Attending fromSheridanwere local president, Darrell Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Censky Jerry Eisele, Ed Brandt, Susan and family of Albany visited Thompson, Allen Brown, Link Sunday at thehomeofMrs. Cor- Sponner, Tom Eisel% Karen rine Ehnes and observed the Funk, Linda Latham, Jeannie birthday anniversary of Mrs. Crutekshank, Betty Bauman, Censkyo Janet Baller, Diane Hays and Mary Lou Britt. They were Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Ehnes accompanied by their advisor, and family of San Diego, Calif., John Patterson. left for their home Thursday Included on the NHS meet- after vacationing at the home ing program were debates, lee- of his mother, Mrs. Corrine tures, panel discussion, work- Ehnes, for the past two weeks, shop, a luncheon and refresh- ments. immmm mmmwmmlmmm mlmnaiomm.mmmi,ml.,mmlm, mmlngmmnllmlmmmmmamamm " Harmony Brownies Hold 'Tea' Session and color film willbe presented on Yosemite and other national parks of the West. A tea, which they planned and for which they prepared their own decorations, was enjoyed this week by members of Brownie Troop 475. Each girl wore a hat she had made and Events Slated leaders presented corsages to the Brownies. Plans are being made for a GRAND RONDE - National Brownie rummage saleApril25 Library Week at the Grand to be held In conjunction with Ronde public library will be the big Girl Scout Flea Market. observed next Sunday through Mrs. Bruce Wiiliams announced Saturday with an open house donations for the sale arebeing and a tea. Theme for the sought and anyone with items week is 'qReading Is The Key/' available may call her at 843- according to Mrs. Murray 2832 to have them collected. House, chairman of the library board. Ga[de. Club Meets  open house for the public is planned for Monday from 7 to Garden club members met 9 p.m. and Tuesday from 1 to 3 at the home of Mrs. Fred pore, Mrs, House said a tea Spooner Monday and voted to willbe held atthellbraryTues- sponsor the growing of sum- day from 1 to 4 p.m, with mer annuals contest, With stories for the children sched, prizes for the winner, uled during the event. Posters The annual "bat tea" made also will be displayed about the of litter was held, with Mrs. community denoting the week. Duane Elmes Winningflrstprize Mrs. House announced theli- for the prettiest bat and Mrs. brary has acquired severalnew Ernest Huntley for having the science fiction books for the most kinds of litter, upper grade school level. GRAND RONDE -- The Sev- enth-day Adventist church has started plans for another Va- cation Bible school, under the leadership of Mrs. Paul Cur- rent. Further details will be announced later. A much needed basement is odate the Primary and Junior Sabbath Schools. The building now used for that purpose will be turned over to Dorcas Welfare work under the direction of Mrs. J.A. Pet- erson. This will be open to the public one day each week for those who are in need of cloth- ing and bedding. At present the articles are being shipped overseas and the Church is sending ten boxes of clothing and bedding to the Alaska dis- aster area this week. Anyone having clothing or bedding to donate for such use is urged to leave it at the church the first and second Tuesdays of each month from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., or call Mrs. Peterson, 879-2P64 and arrange to have it picked up at your home. Bellevue Group Hears Outline Monday evening dinner guests at the Knutson home were Mr. and Mrs, Toivo Simonson and children and Mr. and Mrs. Ade Pelzer. Rev. and Mrs. Karl Ufer of pullman, Wash., were guestsat the W.H. Brandt homefrom Fri- day to Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Fow- ler and girls of Elmira were Saturday evening visitors at An outline of the history and care of the azalea was pre- sented by Mrs. Martba Crowe at a recent meeting of the Bellevue Garden club, held at the home of Mrs. Tom Fuller. Serving as co-hostess was Mrs. Alma Duerst. Club members were urged to attend the "Cardens on Re- view" flower and garden show at the Memorial coliseum in Portland April 15 through 19. It also was announced the Pi- oneer district meeting will be held April 19 in Rainier. An- other upcoming event discussed at the meeting was the pot- luck to he held at 1 p.m. Wednesday, May 6, at the Belle.. rue Community hall, preced- ing the monthly meeting. Mrs. Glenn Hill was hostess Mrs. Pearl Hill is visiting Thursday for her Bridge club. in Sheridan this week with her Those present were Ann Den- brother, Mr. and Mrs. Guy ton, Roseda Small, LucllleBel- Syrono ieu, Shirley Eshelman, Olga Dillin, Ruby Schafer and Cee Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Lochner Mabin. and family were guests Sat- urday afternoon of Mr.andMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Berg- Allen Lochner in Salem to get gren and daughter of New- acquainted with the new little berg were Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Veach. Nick Nicklesen, who had spent the winter months here with his daughter, Mrs. Glenn Loch- ner and family, left Wednesday for his home at Galva, in. John Moroney has been quite ill with flu and unable to work for several days. grandson. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hill were 'guests Stthday 'Of Mr. and; Mrs. Eugene Small where Mrs. Small was hostess to a birthday din- ner honoring her son, Terry Haney. Other guests were Mrs. Haney and Linda and Patty Smailo Mrs. Coletta Williams and Mrs. John Moroney drove to Newport Sunday andvisltedwith Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blair Mrs. Williams' daughter, Mrs. and family ofKelso, Wash.were Jim Cook. overnight guests Saturday of his mother, Mrs. Floy Blair. They were returning from a trip that took them to Carlsbad, N.M. to visit relatives of Mrs. Blair. They also visited in Smith River, Calif., with his sister, Mrs. Robert Westbrook and family and in Boulder City, the Sam Evers home and over- an extended visit here. On the night guests at the Ira Evers return trip Sunday they came home. by way of Crescent City, Calif., and up the coast. Sunday afternoon callers at the Kenneth Knutson homewere Wayne Greenlaw of Clynton, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Malo and B. C. spent the weekend here Ann of Portland and Mrs. Bessle With his mother, Mrs. Muriel Male. Greenlaw and Malcolm. Mr. and Mrs. neff Harris and Larry were Monday eve- ning dinner guests of the Ben= ny Miller family n Salem. Debbie Blair, iT-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Blair, went home with her parents Sunday morning after The Hi-C (High School Chris- spending the past twoweeks with tian) Organization of Sheridan Mr. and Mrs. Ira Evers while High school will present the her parents were on a vaca- chorafogue "Were you there?" tion trip to New Mexico. Ronde Library Willarnina Pair Nabs Victories In Local Test People from here In atten- dance at the wedding of Miss Lyrene Herber and Gary Hamp- ton in Salem Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Walker, Mr.and Mrs. Otto Debrick, Mrs. Mad- ie Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Herber and family, Mrs. Paul Nev. with another of his sis- Wardell and Mrs. Kenneth ters, Mrs. L. Y. Ehrlich and Shenk. family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clore Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Rose took of Forest Grove were Sunday her father, E.A. Silkwood, to guests of his parents, Mr. and Medford Friday afternoon after Mrs. W.P. Clore* Hi-C Students Slate Program Mr. and Mrs. Pat Moroney of Rockaway were Tuesday guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Moroney. Mr. and Mrs. David Cameron of Portland were S'unday after- noon guests of Mrs. Floy Blair. Mrs. Robert Wren and Rich- ard, A.A. Wren and Mrs. Floy Blair, along with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pearson and family and Mrs. Bernice Pearson of MC- Minnvill% attended the wedding of Miss Joyce Simmons and Patrick Wren at Laurelwood Methodist church in Portland Saturday afternoon. at a union service to be held in the Christian Church Sunday evening at 7:30. This is a drama of the crucifixion with solo speakers and a speech choir. These solo parts will be taken by: The Interrogator in the Area Sailor Has Course GLYNCO, GA. - Lowell A. Buswell, aviation electronics Court of Universal Conscience, technician airman, US, son of Bruce Good; The Bible reader, Mr. and Mrs. James L. BUS- Louis Kelson; Simon Peter, Jerry Jackson; Judas, Jason Smith; Mary, Patty Cook; Pi- late, Mike Ogden; Fiavius, Public speaking students Leon Stutzman; John, John from Wlllamina High school Wakefield. took a first and a second in the Northwest District 2 speech tournament Saturday in Sher- County History idan. Local speakers were unable to qualify for compe- Group To Meet tition in the state tourna- ment this weekend in Eugene. In After Dinner Speaking Persons interested in Oregon competition, Rosalie Anderson history are invited to attend of Willamina High nabbed first the Tuesday, April 14, meet- well of Rt. 1, Wiliamina, re- cently was graduated from the Ba s i c Aviation Electronics Technician +'W" (Airborne Combat Information Center Op- erator) School at the Naval Air Technical Training Center, Glynco, Ca. The course provides selected enlisted personnel with the basic knowledge and skills to fulfill the technical require- ments for Aviation Electronics Technician ' V" (Airborne Combat Information Center Op- erator) Third Class, provides place, while Jennie Willis won ing of the Yamhlll County His- formal training in all functions second in the Serious Inter- torical society in the dormi- of Alrborne Combatlniormation pretation division, tory dining room at George Fox Centers, and provides such About sixty students from college in Newherg. A 7 p.m. other associated training as Sheridan, Wiliamina, McMlnn- potluck is planned, may be directed by the Chief of ville, Banks, Forest Grove and Dr. Myron D. Goldsmith of Naval Operations. Tiliamook participated in the George Fox Is scheduled to . Buswell, who entered the ser- tourney, won by the McMinn- speak on the early history of vice in February 1963,attended ville squad. Newberg. Oregon State university. roll at the school. Gary Chrisman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Chrisman of Rt. 1, Sheridan, achieved a 3.8 grade average during the term. Gary is majoring in medical technology. Also making the honor roll was Paul Haake of Willamina, a business machines major at the school. Ronde Man Doing Well GRAND RONDE--A visit with Otto Jahn finds him up and about after being on the sick list for the last four months. He suffered a severe leg muscle strain which turned into phlebitis. The leg is healing nicely and he's now doing a pretty good imitation of Grand- pa McCoy. He expressed a deep appreciation for the many kindnesses from friends and neighbors during his illness. We're all glad to see him up and about once more. License Break Given Disabled With the fishing season ap- proaching J.L. Prather, Yam- hill county veterans' service officer, reminded disabled war veterans of their entitlement to low-cost Oregon game lic- enses. Veterans 25 per cent or more disabled, as certified by the veterans Administration or the Armed Forces, may purchase either a fishing or a hunting license for 50 cents, or the combination for one dollar, Prather said. The applicant must have been an Oregon res- ident for one year immediate.. ly prior to his application. Ballston Mrs. Bob Downs and son, William, of Dallas visited April 6 at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.Jo Kaltenbach* Mrs. Car}' Mclntoshand chil- dren of Newberg visited Sunday at the home of the Everett Smailso Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Page vis- ited in McMlnnville at the L.E. Page home on April 3. Gary Kllmer returned home April 3 from Salem Memorial hospital, where he had under- gone knee surgery on Tues- day+ His knee is healing sat- isfactorily and he hopes to re- turn to his studies at Amity high school sometime this week. He is a senlor. Mr. and Mrs. John Church of Salem visited in Ballston Fri- day+ at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. George Gardner and other friends. Mr. and Mrs. Church owned and operated the Ballston store at one time. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Card- her of Corvallis were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Gardner. Mr. and Mrs. Cedric Clark and children of Yakima, Wash. spent from Thursday until Sun- ARLEN BERKEY SIIERIDAN--Arlen E. Ber- key, damage controlman third class, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs.Lawrence Lo Berkey of Sheridan, was recently selec- ted as 'qlan of the Month" for March while serving aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Oriskany, operating out of San Diego, Caiif, He is education petty officer and yeoman for his Division. Berkey, who entered the ser- vice in March 1961, attended Sheridan High School. Willamina Man Finishes Course PHILADELPHIA - James E. Kulbel, aviation boatswain's mate airman apprentice, USN, son of Mrs. Margaret Lo Solum of Willamina, was graduated March 9 from Aviation Boat- swain's Mate School at the Nav- al Air Technical Training Unit, Phfldephia, Pa. The 10-week course included Instruction in such subjects as Citizenship and American Her- itage, naval customs, funda- mentals of naval aviation boat- swain's mate rating, includlng the handling and stowage of avi- ation fuels, aviation safety and fire fighting. A graduate of Willamina High School, Kulbel entered theNavy in August, 1963. Sheridan Sailor Receives Honor U OiSKANY"- Arlen E. Berkey, damage controlman third class, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lo Berkey of Rt. 1, Sheridan, recently was selected as "Man of the Month" for March while serv- ing aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Oriskany, operat- ing out of San Diego, Calif. He is education petty officer and yeoman for his Division. Berkey, who entered the service in March 1961, atten- ded Sheridan High school. Sheridan Man Named Recruiter Serving as a Navy recruiter for this area from the Salem office is Wesley E. Gurr of Rt. 1, Box 153, Sheridan. Gurr arrived home March 30 and reported April 3 to the main recruiting office in Port- land, where he received his appointment to the Salem of- fice. He will serve about three years as a Navy recruiter. The Gurrs have a son, Daniel, 13, and a daughter, Ramona, 7. , ..... ........ ============================================ day, visiting relatives and _61"'"'::" ti friends in this area. They were -- Friday overnight guests of Ced- ric's parents, Mr. andMrs. Lee  F/ Clark and Saturday the two :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.::::::: families visited in Salem at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Van Cleave. Several Bailston famHes patronized the Mill Creek Com- munity dinner Saturday night. Spending the day Sunday with their parents and grandparents were Mrs. Fred Vincent, and four sons of West Lina and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Kadell and children of McMinnville. MANLEY THURBER A service for Manley Francis Thurber, 69, of Sheridan was held April 4 at Adamson's Sher- idan Funeral Home with private commltal at Portland Memor- ial. Mr. Thurber died April 1, 1964 in the Veterans Hos- pital, Portland. He was born Feb. 27, 1895, in Springfield, Wis., the son at William and Rebecca Pet- " erman Thurber. He moved to Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Kilmer, Washington with his family when Mrs. Edna Tufford, Miss Elsie Taylor, and Mr. and Mrs. Douwe Mellema attended the Spring Concert Sunday at the Yamhfll County Fair building, presen- ted by the band and chorus from the Oregon Fairview Home* The concert was spon- sored by Yamhill County Coun- cil for the Handicapped and the Association for Retarded Chili dren. Melvin Johnson's 4-H Wood- workIng club is working on objects to enter in the Arts and Crafts Show May 7 & 8. NARCE Meet Set Regular meeting of the Yam- hill county chapter of the Nat- he was six years old and had lived In Oregon since 1929o He served in the 76th Infantry of the U.S. Army during World War I and had been employed as fireman at U.S. Plywood in Willamina for 23 years. In Coquille on July 1, 1932, he married Bessie Phillips. Mr. Thurber was a member of the Sheridan Methodist Church, the Masonic Lodge 64 A.F. & A.M. of Sheridan, the Royal Arch of Portland, the A1 Kader Shrine of Portland, the Yamhill Shrine Club of McMinnville, Order of Eastern Star Chapter 89 of Sheridan and the Maccabee's, He had served on the Rainbow Assembly of Sheridan board for eight years. He is survived by his Widow; a daughter, Dorothy Thurber ional Association of Retired Churchman, Albion, Calif.; two Civil Employees is scheduled sons, James Bloom, Albany,and for Saturday at 2 p.mo in the M/Sgt. Kenneth L. Bloom, 4-H building in McMlnnville. Puerto Rico; a sister, Violet There will be entertainment, Davis, Lake Tahoe, Calif, and refreshments and a socialhour, eight grandchildren.