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10 The Sun, Wednesday, June 21,1989 Auto show Lu Rev. Hans Christopher Hoch is the new pastor of Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Willamina. He was installed Sunday. His fa- ther, Rev. Roy C. Hoch, preached the sermon. His father is a Lutheran pastor in Aptos, Calif. Emmanuel Lutheran is Rev. Hoch's first pastorate. He was or- dained June 11 at University Luther- an Church in Palo Alto, Calif., by the Rev. Ron Zoesch, a representative of the Oregon synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Rev. Hoch, 30, received a bache- lofts degree in European history from the University of California at Santa Cruz in 1981. He then worked in campus ministry at the University of Arizona in Tucson for a year and from 1982 to 1983 worked as a psy- chiatric aide in a private hospital for the acute and chronic mentally ill in Santa Cruz. The hospital job, he said in an in- terview, proved to be "a very power- ful experience" and one which be- gan his interest in working with the mentally ill. But he also felt a call to be a minis- ter and spent the next four years in school, graduating from Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary in Berkeley, Calif., in 1987. During his seminary years he worked at a prison mental hospital in Vacaville, Calif. The experiences there, he said, "challenged him to grow." He also has worked at Fairview Training Center in Salem as a psy- chiatric aide and as a chaplain intern at Oregon State Hospital in the psy- chiatric ward. He served as assistant chaplain supervisor at a state hospi- tal in Napa, Calif., for a brief time Rev. Hoch stressed that Emman- uel Lutheran Church called him to help carry out the church's 105- member ministry. The church, he added, wants to develop more activities for youths and senior citizens. In addition, the church's mission is to "bring the Gospel into the lives of people where they live-- in their jobs. For example, what is horn -~ .... f Rev. Hans Hoch the church's response to the current struggle of environmentalists and the timber industry?" Emmanuel Lutheran, Rev. Hoch pointed out, also wants to work tow- ard a full-time ministry. He praised the church's membership, calling it "a hard-working troup of people who are dedicated to take responsibility for their directions." The Willamina church, he added, "is serious about the ministry and- sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the community." The youngest of three children, Rev. Hoch's brother is a doctor and his sister is a social worker. His mother is a teacher. "Our whole family is involved in serving others," he said. He lists his hobbies as hiking, bi- cycling and running. He plans to compete in the Mt. Hood-to-coast re- lays in August, running five miles at three different times in the S00-mile race. Although most of his working hours have been spent in mental ho- spitals, Rev. Hoch says emphatically he plans to be a minister. "I feel cal- led to be a minister, not a psychia- trist," he said. winners are listed The gold, three headlighted Tuck- er, belonging to John and Carolyn Janecek of Springfield, was the star of the 10th annual Phil Sheridan Days Auto Show. Curious onlookers crowded around the Tucker all day Saturday and lots of pictures were taken by the car from the past that still has the "look of tomorrow." One Sheridan resident, George Shaffer of Canyon Road, still has the papers where he ordered one of the rare Tuckers in 1948. Unfortunately for Shaffer, he wasn't one of the first 50 to order, so he never got the styl- ish car that was billed as the safest on the road that year. Award winners in the Auto Show were: Antique Auto: George and Vickie Cooper, Salem, 1920 one ton Olds- mobile truck, first: Carl Hovander, Salem, 1925 Buick, second. Vintage Auto: Don Quinn, Salem, 1932 Chevrolet coupe, first: Phillip Gettman, McMinnville, 1931 Model A Ford coupe, second; Bob and Eddy Field. South Beach, Ore., 1939 Dodge two-door sedan, third. Classlc Auto: Jim Pelzer, Dallas, 1956 Ford two-door hard-top, first; Jim Billings, Salem, 1955 Chevrolet wagon, second; Jeanie Yoast, McMinnville, 1969 Mercury, third. Contemporary: Keith Work, Mil- waukee, 1969 Ford Mustang, first; Carl and Wes Forgey, Eugene, 1955 Chevrolet, second; Bill Cozart, 1957 Chevrolet two-door sedan, and Mike and Chris Wagler, Willamina, Corvette Stingray, tied for third place. F" , ,~., First place winner Crowd inspects "The Dragon Wagon," a 1923 T-Bucket roadster that took first place in the Street Rod category at the Phil Sheridan Days auto show. Commercial Pickup: Dave andKay Myers, Salem, 1978 Corvette, se- on, Sheridan, 1956 Ford 4X4, Hansen, Salem, 1946 Chevrolet, cond; Mike Turner, Carlton, 1955 cond; William Salzweedl, first; Jim Martin, Salem, 1965 Chev- Chevrolet, third, kee, 1978 three-quarter ton rolet, second; Bob Franklin, Lyons, Modified Pickup: Steve Stone, Sa- third. 1946 International, third, lem, first; Dave Gleason, McMinn- Foreign Cars: David Milli Street Rod, closed: Bob Pacheco, ville, second; Jim and Kathy Keith- Lake Oswego, first; Ray McMinnville, "The Dragon Wa- ly, Keizer, third. Sheridan, second; Vito gon," 1923 T-Bucket roadster, first; Open Cars: Jim Larsen, Indepen-Lake Oswego, third. Greg Smith, Albany, second; Homer dence, Cadillac, first; Lauren Morel- Foreign Pickup: Bobby Rhodaback, Albany, 1936 Dodge li, Yamhill, 1972 Mustang, second; Aumsville, 1989 Toyota King coupe, third. Jean Carter, Amity, third, first; Aaron Atkinson, Turner, Modified Cars: Jeff Warnicke, Open Pickup: Mabel Quinn, Sa- cond; Dick Bronson, Grand Ronde, Camaro, first; Danlem, 1970 El Camino, first; Tom Aar- third. SHS lists honor roll Sheridan High School has announced its Honor Roll for the second semester. Honor Roll 3.50 to 4.00. Senior: Tanya Fritz, Gustavo Herrera, Meighan Holder, Martina Lindberg, Maressa Lira, Travis Moore 4.00, Tina Ogg 4.00, Heather Ridgeway, Lysa Saunders and Jeanette Wilson. Junior: Jason Aguayo, Debbie Barger, Casey Claus 4.00, Teshia McKee, Katie Meyer 4.00, Serena Rice, Steve Samples and Travis Yoder. Sophomore: Amy Heffernan, Noah Magnuson 4.00, Karie Mahe, Chad Ranes, Monika Vollman, Jeff Wagner and Noma Wilcken. Freshman: Stephanie Aaron, Chris Ridgeway, Carla Rodney 4.00, Kim Saunders and Wendy Wood- cock. Honorable Mention 3.00 to 3.49. Senior: Marty Bliss, Tanya Harbaugh, Tracy Ingram, Lisa Johnson, Monte Lauer, Dawn Linscheid, Heather Magnuson, Zinda Maynard, : Tummy Schaff, Mike Sisk and Gary Smith. Junior: Jennifer Browet', Melissa Cooke, John Livingson, Trina Ogg, Keith Paredez and Nick Thomas. Sophomore: Julio Hernandez, Johnnie LaRue, David Morey and Jeremy White. Freshman: Chuck Berrier, Mikff Blake, Tina Brooks, Rebecca Brower, Kristi Formway, Zeke Holder, Jennifer Maynard, Jill Shipman, Teresa Snyder, Travis Taylor, Amy Thomas and Mike Wertz. Jones on Dean's list Kimberlee Y. Jones, granddaugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jones of Sheridan and a former local student, was named to the Dean's List of the College of Fine Arts and Humanities at the University of Texas at San An- tonio. t il Life For Your Money In addition to personalized service, you'll get more life ........ insurance for your money from a financially strong company. 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