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6 Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, May 24, 1979 ran on las s lea By NORMA GREENWOOD Out of state visitors at the home of Leonard and Leona Babcock the past week were Doug and Barbara Brown of San Diego, Calif. They es- pecially enjoyed the beautiful weather and the fishing. A current guest of Jerry and Jeanne Easterling is Dr. Jim Barnes from N.E. Missouri State University at Kirksville. He will be reading some of his poems at the University of Oregon today. The event is a Symposium sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts. On Saturday, May 19, a bridal tea in honor of Ossie Miller of Willamina was held at the Grand Ronde Nazarene Fellowship Hall. Lacy, now retired, was a former pastor at the church. The 30 guests presented the couple, who will be married on Friday, June 8, with a money tree. The decorations and buffet were by Sandy Sims. Denise Jahn and Rhonda Risseeuw poured. Entertainment included a po- em by Alana Andrew, "My Rules for Marriage", the song "Love, Love, Love" by a girls' group, and two readings by Mrs. Ike Risseeuw. The 90th birthday cele- bration for Emma Olson, born in Sunne, Sweden on May 22, 1889, was held at the home of her grandson, Jim Lindberg, on Sunday, May 20. Co- hostesses were Lucie Eindberg and Carol Fraser, a grand- daughter, of Lincoln City. Emma is the mother of Marie Swanson, Valley Junction, viola Fraser, Lincoln City, Elsie Lindberg of ,Seaside, Martha Johnson and Lisa Silja, both of Portland, and Ingrid Johnson of Goteborg, Sweden. All daughters except Ingrid of Sweden attended. Emma's cake was a Swedish torte baked by her daughter Marie Swanson. A Swedish custom is the presentation of flowers to honor the oldest family mem- ber, and many beautiful arrangements were received, including red roses from Sweden. Pictures were taken of the honoree surrounded by all the flowers. Others attending the birth- day dinner were: Helge Silja, Portland; Jack Fraser, Lincoln City; Mr. and Mrs. Guy Swanson, Portland; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Swanson and family of Portland; and Katie Royse, Fall City. There were 11 other grand- children present. Local guests were Judy Buswell, Margaret Fischer, Leo Kearns and Dennis and Sue Werth and children. On Friday, May 18, a bridal shower in honor of Debbie Snyder, was held at the home of Violet Zimbrick with Vikki Bishop as co-hostess. Debbie and Mike Littlejohn will be married on June 16. Out of town guests were grandmother Stewart, Darlene Stewert and Kim, Nadine Stewart and girls, all from Salem; Joan Snyder, Lisa Woolfolk and Charlele Rey- nolds from Tillamook; and Sandy Lambert from Sheridan. Local guests were Kathi and Jan Togstad, Karen Barnes, Sue White, Carolyn Littlejohn and Dawn and Pam Levitt, Mrs. Maner, Marlene Little- john, grandmother Littlejohn, Larry Summers, Yvonne and Tina Grout, Bonnie Bishop, Joyce and Connie Zimbrick, Lisa and Margot Flansberg, and Carol and GiGi Currier. Mike's mother, Judy Little- john was unable to attend, due to hospitalization of 3 weeks duration. She returned home on Sunday, May 20, from St. Vincents Hospital, Portland. The American Cancer So- ciety's annual crusade has recently been completed in the Willamina-Grand Ronde area. This drive emphasizes the importance of early detection, and it also raises funds for ACS programs. Estimates are that 8,100 new cases will be diagnosed in Oregon this year. Crusaders for Grand Ronde area were Donna McMillan, Jeanne Easterling, Dottle McMillan, Gladys Pond, Dee Werth, Tammy Goodman, JoAnne Coblentz and Dmey Justin. Willamina crusaders were Grace Herzberg, Della Lee, Jeanne Pittman. Lucy Lind- berg, Jeannie Turnidge, Ber- tie Weaver, Mary Herzberg, Mary Park, Charlotte Fetch, Laura Boehler, May Shipley and Alice Wood. Valedictorian for Sheridan High School for 1979 gradu- ating class is Debbie Carter, daughter of Jack and Glenda Carter. A member of the National Honor Society, Debbie also won a special mathematics award in her sophomore year. An athlete as well as a student, Debbie also lettered in volleyball, basketball and track for four years. She was named to the state Class AA volleyball team for the past two years. wins con est The Willamina Assembly of God Missionette Club won first place in the annual state-wide Missionette Banner competition at the state rally "Spring Fling" in Salem May 12. Twenty-three Missionettes and Sponsors attended the event from Willamina As- sembly. An estimated 2000 Missionettes and Sponsors attended from throughout the state of Oregon. Those attending included: Prim Sponsor, Vivian Sum- mers; Senior Sponsor, Jill Terriere; Daisy Sponsor, Linda Laymon; Shawn Sipka, Prim Co-Sponsor, Ruth Weathers; Denise Bishop, Maxine Gay- ken, Senior Co-Sponsor, An- nette Carpenter; Kristie Green, Maria Vamos, Lisa Summers, Wanda Hill, Mary Tisdel, Tawnya Specs, Valerie Carpenter; Janette Hills, Heather Turvey, Amy Lay- mon, Leanna McKnight, Crystal Carpenter, Korena Specs, and Daisy Co-Sponsor, Darlene Carpenter; and Co- ordinator, Ginny Specs. Also winning a third place ribbon in the Missionette statewide Creative Art corn- orl petition for the Prims division from Willamina was Kristie Green, daughter of Pastor and Mrs. Henry Green. The Missionette Club in- cludes girls from age S through 15. They are divided into four groups: Daisies (K-1 grade), Prims (2-3), Juniors (4-6 grades) and Seniors (7-10 grades). Each group has a part in the State Creative Art competition and may also enter the Music Festival and Dramatic competition each year. Juniors and Seniors are also able to participate in a State Creative Writing com- petition. Each year a Missions goal is announced at the Spring Fling rally. In 1978 the Oregon Missionettes raised over $2300 for Missionette sup- plies for girls clubs in Ghana, Africa. The 1979 goal is to raise $3,500 for purchasing Daisy and Prim workbooks in the Spanish language for girls clubs in Chili. The Willamina Missionette club currently meets each Saturday from 10-11 a.m. at the Willamina Assembly of God Church. recor lUre ers or Timber tax fund even Salutatorian named for the graduating class of 1979 is Carrie DeHart, daughter of Lester and Drue DeHart. Carrie served as class president during both her junior and senior years and is also a member of the National Honor Society. Carrie has been a cheerleader for four years. She also reigned as queen of the May Day festival at Sheridan High School. Carrie participated in track and volleyball for four years, lettering in both. She also was Nearly $7.4 million in timber tax receipts has been sent to 35 counties by the Oregon Department of Revenue. Id Star t, named to the state AA volleyball team for two years. The commencement pro- The Gold Star Mothers' Tea gram for Sheridan High School was held Sunday, May 20 at will be held on June 3 at 3 p.m. the American Legion Hall. at the high school stadium. The ceremonies include salu- The quarterly payment dis- The annual event, hosted by tatory, valedictory,guest tributed $7,005,348 to the 19 the Legion Auxiliary was speaker, awards and presen- counties in the Western headed this year by Mrs. tation of the diplomas by Mr. Oregon Severance Tax Pro- Frances Freeman. Russ Taylor, Chairman of the gram and $387,037 to the 16 Gold Star Mothers attending Board of Education. counties in the Eastern Oregon were Edna Blair, Elthea /// Severence Tax Program. Barrett, Catherine Lochner, Refreshments Checks were sent Tuesday. Dorothy Bigelow, Eileen with Lily Suhs Polk $264,458.88Swensen, Jennie Teats, Mar- Olive Haugen Yamhill 154,158.23 tha Crowe and Edith Mag- and Grace nuson, punch bowl. Nkn-Sat 8-8 Sun 10-7 DOLE OF CHIQUITA honors mother: "%3# Entertainment by two vocal solos b Smith, accom piano by her Knutson. Sheridan Pastor, Jack guest speaker. PRICES EFFECTIVE MAY 24-29th OPEN MONDAY MEMORIAL DAY 10-7 NEW FRESH II k W H ITE ROSE ! 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The [ i ]60Z free fall and men s canopycanopy relative event will i relative work. consist of stacking jumpers Federal Avaiation lnterna-one on top ofthe other while in DUCHESS MANDARINE tionale officials will be record- the sky. h I ,,oz Annexation gets pus I The City of Willamina has The city currently pays j STEINFELDS HOMESTYLE, KOSHER, POLISH begun annexation proceedings easement rights for its main ~l~~l ['ll/~l _.__.J to bring about 20 acres owned water line to cross this 480Z (D by Harold Miller into the city. property. Instead of con- i, The property is within the tinuing to pay the easement, ' city's planned urban growth the city will be paying all the boundary, annexation costs. REG$1. PALMOLIVE DISH STEINFELD'S KRAFT MINI