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Mrs. John Ridgeway Christie Sheridan. and Mrs. Peter Finzen, and and Mrs. Tom Dick and allas and Dr. and Mrs. Molloy and sons were Father's dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Knutson. Mr. Mrs. Vernon Cox of Portland overnight guests on Phil and Mrs. Alvin Weirich and Ada Swartzendruber, Anna Mabel Yoder visited the Mennonite Home Sunday. Boyer of Tangent was here visiting her mother Floy Blair and many friends here for the celebration. Monday guests of Ada Swartzen- druber were her niece and husband Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Miller of Greenwood, Del. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hayzlett of Portland were guests of her mother Lexie McKnight and enjoyed the many events of the weekend, including their class reunion. Word has been received of the recent death of Helen Johnson, daughter of Steve and Ruth Johnson, former owners of The Sun. The annual church family camp of Sheridan Mennonite was held this % i ! ! / i / = :+ iC i= ( past weekend at Drift Creek Camp, sponsored by the Oregon Mennonite Camp Association and located in the Coast Range about 10 miles east of Taft. About ninety people attended, some coming from as far as Hamilton, Mont., Winston, Harris- burg and Albany. The theme was the twenty-third Psalm. A series of films were shown how God helps people through trying circumstances such as fire and distress. Saturday night was a talent night with singing and musical numbers, skits, and poems. An 83 year old man demonstrated how to start a car back in the mid-20s OCTOBERFEST BONELESS WASTE FREE LB LB d ,D MILWAUKIIE 80Z V2 CASE 12x 12 07 CANS Hutchins given college award Kevin Hutchins, son of Francis and Patti Hutchins of Pendleton and a 1986 Sheridan High School graduate, received the 1989 Academic Excellence Award in Medical Imaging at Oregon Institute of Technology, Klamath Falls. Hutchins ++'as also named to the spring term President's List with a 4.00 GPA. He will be starting a 12-month internship at Salem Memorial Hospital in July. RANDOM WTS. I FRESH GREEN SWEET.& JUICY Wednesday, June 21, 1989, The Sun 9 Er By Miekey Barber 879-5060 Primrose Rebekah Lodge #184 met Thursday evening with 20 members present. It was the last meeting until September. Theda Wright's daughter Betty Winkleman of "Hgard was initiated. All members are invited to the Fun Day June 27. Meet at the Lodge hall at 9 a.m. to car pool and tour the Artic Alaska artifacts FALLS BRANCH T)-IlCK LB LB Paul Jensen museum at 10 a.m. in Monmouth. It is at 590 West Church St. We will have lunch together in Monmouth following the tour. The Lodge members plan to visit the Monmouth Rebekah Lodge on July 20, their regular evening meeting. Vada Andrew and her son John drove to Nampa, Idaho, and brought Elana home from her studies there for the summer. She plans to go back next year for further education. Estel and Glennys Wright returned Thursday from a five day trip. They enjoyed the white water trip up the Rogue River and the beautiful Redwoods in southern Oregon and northern California. Bev Smith was involved in a hit and run accident not far from her home on McPherson Road on Thursday. She is full of praise and thanks to the Willamina ambulance crew for their quick response when the 911 number was called. She has whiplash and back injuries. Wes and Lorraine AshweU spent a week camping and fishing at Crescent Lake and Odeil Lake, returning home Wednesday. Dinah Lawrence, a student at Oregon State College at Corvallis, has been visiting the Gary Littlejohn family. She is to leave today (Wednesday) for her home in England. Mark Littlejohn is home from Oregon State, working this summer with his father, Gary. Jeff Littlejohn is home for a time. He had been working for Evergreen Airlines since February and was recently in Madrid, Spain. Dick and Phyllis Posekany have a new granddaughter, Amber Kirsten was born to Corina and Bob Posekany on May 30, weighing 5 lbs. 81/2 oz. She had some bad health problems and has been in the Emanuel Hospital in Portland. She is doing fine now and was scheduled to come home Tuesday. Jon Schaffer visited his grand- parents at Bend a few days last week. The Werth family had a barbecue at Don and Jo Yates' home on Sunday to celebrate Angela and Jason Yates birthdays, Jo and Don and Elmer and Elsie's anniversaries and Father's Day. Alice Petite of Salem visited Pete and Adhrine and Henry on Sunday. Visitors at Ike and Mable Risseeuw's home are Mable's sister Sharon and husband Elmer Shaul with children Stacey and Melinda of Willits, Calif. Stacey will stay on to visit a while when his parents leave this week. Lucie Lindberg's sisters Gretchen Robertson and daughters Melanie and Amy of Nampa, Idaho, and her sister Karen Sylviera with daughters Maryanne and Lisa of Salem visited the Lindberg family and Margaret Fischer this past week. Amy is going to babysit for Karen in Salem this summer. Jessie Walker attended her granddaughter Tracy Ellis's wed- ding at the Christian Church in McMinnville Saturday afternoon. Tracy is the daughter of Nancy and Dick Ellis and grandaughter of Mike and Emily Ellis. Jessie's grandson Troy of Bellevue, Wash., and her brother-in-law Oscar Schackman of Bakersfield, Calif., came for the wedding and stayed with Jessie over the weekend. Elizabeth Caligan's daughter Dorothy Larkins of Milwaukee had surgery on her leg and is doing fine. Bob and Dot Houston visited the cemeteries at Tigard, Vancouver and Kalama, Wash., on Saturday. They enjoyed a barbecue with their son Dick and Anita in Vancouver Saturday afternoon. Visitors at Bob and Dot Houstons home on Sunday were their son Bud and wife Pat, Buddy and Grant, all of Dallas. Bob and Dot's grandson Dean Houston stopped to see them Monday. He is on his way to service in Okinawa. Ii OTTLE ' OR DIET bEPOSIT 16 OZ HONEY GRAHAMS $1.69 10 OZ RITZ BITS, ASSORTED $1.29 PLUS DEPOSIT NABISCO 20 OZ LARGE CRISP RED LEAF OR ROMAINE LETTUCE. SWEET BING LB LB LB By Myrtle Barber 876-2842 Two-good-sized deer wandered across our lower yard Saturday which is just a block off South Main. They stopped to look at several vehicles and me when I tried to get pictures, then ambled on past the neighbor's houses. The beautiful blooming flower barrels on Main Street were a welcome sight this week when we arrived back in Willamina. Another positive proof that all young people aren't bad. MCH doctors are certified Three McMinnville Community Hospital physicians recently achieved board certification status, according to Stephen J. Aragon, chief executive om er. Helge Berg, M.D., G. Craig Kiser, M.D., and Jack Vining, M.D. successfully completed extensive written and oral examinations to achieve their certification status. Dr. Kiser's board certification was granted by the American Board of Urology, while Dr. Berg and Dr. Vining received theirs from the American Board of Emergency Medicine.