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6 The Sun, Wednesday, June 22, 1994 By Elsa Simonson 843-3535 Ruby Smith hosted the meeting and potluck luncheon of the Sheri- dan Garden Club on Monday. The following officers were in- stalled for the club year 1994-95: Linda Bird, president; Alice Clore, vice-president; Lois Black, secre- tary; and Luciile Belieu, treasurer. Also present were Vivian St. Louis, Alice Gray and Myrlle Tucker. Angelyn Birky of Vanderhoof, British Columbia, spent last week with her grandparents, Enos and Mildred Schrock. She is the daugh- ter of Norma and Marion Birky. On Friday and Saturday, Howard Lyon attended the summer meeting and tour of the Pacific Northwest Christmas Tree Association at the Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel in Lake Oswego. Mary Ridgeway was the only one present who had a June birthday when the Friendship Birthday Club met for their monthly luncheon at the Green Frog on Tuesday. Mary Veach and Leone Ingraham were welcomed as newcomers to the group. After lunch at Coyote Joes, Mar- jorie Hoye hosted the Sheridan Bridge Club on Monday. High score went to Lucille Belieu and second high to Vera Lyon. Last Tuesday, the honor roll sin- dents from the Mill Creek Christian School were treated to a trip to Salem where they played miniature golf and then had lunch at McDon- aids. Making the trip were Quintin, Justin and Trevor Nice; Kimberley Eigsti; and Jennifer, Jesse, Amanda, Randall, Ralli, Renita, Richard and Ryan Zook. Clifford Zook, school supervisor, accompanied the stu- dents. Thelma McKibben, Roseada Smail and Jane and Marion Latham attended the memorial service for Vernon McKibben in Salem on Wednesday. Iris Kropf of Harrisburg and Es- ther Fowler of Elmira called on Earl and Lois Neal Wednesday after- noon. The 60th wedding anniversary of Mark and Bernice Smith was cele- brated at a gathering of the family and close friends on Saturday at the Smith home. Their daughter and spouse, Shar- on and Ray Johnson, of Hilliard, Ohio, and their daughter, Jody Ray of Willamina provided a beautifully decorated cake for the event. Others present were the Smith's three sons and families: Charles and Jessi Smith and Dan and Richard and Susan Smith, Craig, Tyler and Julie of Salem; Dennis and Janet Smith and Angela of Tacoma, Wash.; Jim and Laura Gross and Isaac and Jessica, Justin and Britta- ny Ray and Ron and JJ. Manard of Wiilamina; Pare Cockrell of Beaver- ton; Patti Auld of Tigard; and Betty and Bruce Graves of rural Sheridan. Sunday overnight guests of Thel- ma McKibben were her nephew and his wife, Wilson and Karlene McKibben, of Vancouver, Wash. Weekend guests of Thelma McKibben were Veto and Florence Markee of Goldendale, Wash. Her overnight guests on Thursday were Ruth and Virgil Sloan of Florence. Mrs. McKibben and Mary Veach were guests of their daughter and son, Nancy and Leland Veach, of Dallas at a dinner on Saturday evening honoring Selena Veach on her birthday. Selena attends college in the East and is working at Camp Tadmore near Lebanon during the summer. Ira and Naomi Rogers recently enjoyed a three-week bus and ferry tour to Alaska. They boarded the ferry at Bellingham, Wash., and went along the Inside Passage to Skagway. The bus tour took them to all the main cities in Alaska, includ- ing Anchorage and Fairbanks and Denali Park and viewed many glac- iers. The return bus ride took them through historic Yukon Territory Ken Knutson returned home Monday from attending a meeting of the National School Board of Directors of the National School Boards Association which was held in Alexandria, Va. His son, Knute, and family of Baltimore were able to visit him there on Father's Day. Weekend guests of Corine Ehnes were her daughters, Fern Sucmilch of Salem and Evelyn Censky of Albany. A! and Wiima Nisly spent several days at Drift Creek Camp in Lincoln City cooking for a group who attended a counsellors orientation for summer camping. Luciile Abraham had high score and Elsa Simonson was second high at the Friday afternoon pinochle party at the American Legion Hall. The pinochle prize went to Veola Bieker and Velma Warner;, Marc Daniels won the door prize. Friday overnight guests of Edna and Waino Simonson were his sister and spouse, Hilma and Ralph Bach- man, of Safford, Ariz. Other rela- tives in the area stopped by to visit with the travelers. Following the high school gradua- tion, Cindy and Gary Moore hosted about 50 guests at a reception for their daughter, Nicole. The Moores later spent a few days vacationing at Eagle Crest Resort in Central Oregon. Old Time Fiddlers provided the entertainment at the Western Days luncheon party at the Golden Kit- chen senior mealsite last Wednes- day. The musicians were Donna Oldham and Allen Smith of rural Sheridan; Leonard Maahs and Bob Crump of McMinnville; and Don Wood of Lafayette. John Simonson was home for a few days last week and during the Phil Sheridan Days weekend. He works in Pendleton. Tiina Summanen of Tampere, Finland, is arriving on Thursday for an extended stay with John and Rosemary Simonson and family. The Simonsons were Tiina's host family when she was an exchange student here in 1983-84. She gra- duated from Sheridan High School with the~class of 1984 and will l~ able to attend their 10-year reunion in August. Tiina is looking forward to seeing old friends and classmates. Fred and Lyn Rhodes returned home Saturday from a five-day bus tour with the Marion County Live- stock Association. The tour started through Central Washington with a visit to Grand Coulee and the Okin- agon Valley's ranches and fruit trees. In British Columbia, they went to Kamloops and then to the Frazer River Valley, making stops at cattle ranches and scenic spots along the way. Marion Holm hosted a reunion of the Sheridan High school graduat- ing class of 1937 at her Rock Creek home June 14. Present were Bob and Kay Kreut- zer, Doris (Russell) Maguigan and friend and Maxine Amdt of Port- land; Nelly (Spawn) and Dale Morning of Coming, Calif.; Buford Hays of Columbia City; Margie (Gross) Warrington of Salem; Alda (Miller) and Bob Scharf of Baliston; and Mary (Stewar) and Steve Fletcher of Buell. The Morgans remained overnight. The barbecue was catered by Mrs. Helm's daughter, Joan Remington, of Philomath. Serving were grand- children, Vanessa and Alex Holm. A barbecue to celebrate the 25th wedding anniversary of Dennis and Joyce Elmer will be held at 5 p.m. Saturday at 23230 SW Grand Ronde Rd., Grand Ronde. The couple were married at the Grand Ronde Nazar- ene Church on June 21, 1969. Hosts for the occasion are their children and spouses, Mr. and Mrs. Denny Elmer and James and Jadee Kirkham. Family and friends are invited to attend. IIII Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Elmer I I I Jon Stout Llcenaed Denturtst II Relines II Repairs II Free Consultation II Full Upper & Lower Dentures Starting at Ill DENTURE CENTER Hours: Monday, Wednesday & Friday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 472-0990 By Appolntment Only 145 E. 3rd St. II I IIIII I By Kristine Reid Wiilamina FFA The Willamina FFA held its 40th annual banquet on May 26 at the Willamina Middle School audito- rium. A charter member reunion was held in the library prior to the banquet. Thanks to Sally Shenk, it was a great success. FFA advisor Roy Whitman thanked his wife, Jude, and Terry Lehner and Mr. Galbraith. Kristine Reid received the Star Greenhand while her brother, Dan Reid, won the Star Chapter Farmer. The Star Agribusinessman was given to Justin Lehner. The Richard Schoenbom Award went to Tom Barker and Cindie Hamilton. Amber Littlejohn earned the Dekalb for hard work and a great job. Jason Propes and Cindie Hamilton were each awarded a $200 scholarship by the chapter. Eleven proficiency awards were also given. Terry Reed raked up tl~ awards with Dairy Proficiency, Diversified Livestock, Poultry Profi- ciency and Specialty Animal Pro- duction. The Sheep Proficiency and Placement in Ag Production were won by Dan Reid. Tom Barker accepted the Ag Electrification and Home and Farm Improvement. It was close, but Tonya Newton won the Floriculture Proficiency. The Ag Processing was earned by Chris Michael, and Amber Litflejohn accepted the Beef Profiency award. Congratulations to all the recipients. Officers for next year are Dnn Reid, president; Tonya Newton, vice-president; Carrie Kirkham, secretary; Rhonda Kirkham, trea- surer; Kristine Reid, reporter;, Bar- bara Buckholtz, sentinel; and Med- ina Buckholtz and Heidi Van Sant, historians. Senior lunch menus listed The 1994 Polk County Rodeo court includes, clockwise from top, Jennifer Carrel, Amy Fromhurst, Helen Callanan and Jessica Smith. Wiilamina High School has announced its second semester honor roll. Students receiving a 4.0 GPA are: Seniors: Cindie Hamilton, Jason Propes, Jolene Smith. Juniors: Sarah Hausman, Carrie Kirkham, Noah Talmage, Angella Yates. Sophomores: Tony Chapin, John Fasana, Noah Fox, Lynn Higbe, James Kramer, Tricia Mendenhall, Angie Rich, Glenna Smith, Daren Welsh, Corey Zurcher. Freshmen: Rhonda Kirkham, Kristine Reid. Other students on the honor roll are; Seniors: Matt Aalto, Jamie Bazzy, Emily Creel, David Goodwin, Tammy Hansen, James Hays, Joseph Hillebrand, Rebekah Hillebrand, Jullie Jackson, Tracy King, Jill Lit- tie john, Victory Lux, Janel Martin, Shannen Miller, Tersa Stewart, Jen- nifer VanScoyk, Richard Wirfs. Juniors: Danielle Ashton, Micah Dickey, Miranda Dodd, Jason Engel, Becky Murray, Terry Reed, Daniel Reid, Lisa Sims, Kathy Snead; Celeste Wolf. Sophomores: Jaime Anderson, Meghan Bradley, Christina Gatten, Theresa Hays, Abby Kamph, Abe Neai, Kevin Osbom, Qiana Phipps, Amy Propes, Danica Rivera, Aimee Werth, Nick Willis, Kerrina Wilson, Jennifer Yslas. Freshmen: Tim Burr, Quentin Calder, Jennifer Elam, Clifford Erickson, Lacey Harper, Boaz Hille- brand,~ Samuel Hillebrand, Kim Johnson, M0iit~/Krehbiel, Abbey Mendenhall, Jenni Reynolds, Tiyah Smith, Nichole Spearman, Ashley Wooden. Sheridan High School has announced its fourth quarter honor roll. Students with a 4.0 GPA are: Seniors: Diana Christian, Jennifer Sandels, Trena Cranfill, Greg Si- grist. Juniors: Ruth Haggland, Kevin Hand, Leah Jackson. Sophomores: Josh Ashcroft, Linda Repplinger, Dorian Christian- sen. Freshmen: Alicia Boekhoff, Ben- jamin Jackson. Students with a 3.5-3.99 GPA are: Seniors: Kees Schouten, Nichol Moore. Juniors: Janelle Christian, John Shumway, Heidi Overholser, Delaney Payne, Chris Grieve, John Repplinger, Autumn Kasper. Sophomores: Micah Shelton, Clinton Hibdon, Ramona Johnson, Rachel Stockam, Sarri Tate, Kim Raddatz. Freshmen: Kerry Fidel, Tiffany Henderson, Robin Hibdon, Jennifer Porter, Zandra Zickefoose, Jacob Pelzer. Students receiving honorable mention with a 3.0 to 3.49 GPA are: Seniors: Mike Amborn, Cole Hook, Carmen Olds, Debbie Wood- cock, Vicki Gourley, Rebecca Nixon, Pete Rose. Juniors: Ben Daniels, Rochelle Hartman, Mandi Kadell, Shelby Eisele, Heidi Kunzler, Joe Bell, Matthew Ekstrom, Jonell Mills. Sophomores: William Giddings, Jamezz Kramer, Bobbie Scyoc, Rachel Brudnok, Dennis Erickson, Amy Schouten, Stacy Lockwood, Corey Rhodes, Lindsey Walter, Mar- cus Wertz, Brenna Hamilton. Freshmen: Amber Barker, Kyle Hook, Tim Nickerson, Colin McCool, Rachel Henderson, Kelly Prough, Jay Fox, Owen Holder, Shanna Trode, Aaron Henderson, David Higginson, Lila Wetzel, Ysela Almeida. paced from only $9.75 1 I Self.Inking Rubber Stamps THE SUN ... 843-2312. II III II a Dari-Tex 16 Premium dairy ration; 16% texturized natural milking P8rotein ration.8 0 Ib.;#220026 $ Ton price: $206.39 Supergoat Texturize?:l 16% protein oat ration. 0 lb.; #220104. ' Ton price: $206.39 WEST VALLEY FARMERS 342 S. Bridge Street - Sheridan - 843-3292 i Mond'ay-Friday 7:30 am - 6 pro, Saturday 8 am - 8 pro, Sunday 9 am - 4 pm Monday: Orange juice, sloppy joe on a bun, vegetable Romanoff, peas & onions, carrot & raisin salad, wheat bran bread, chocolate pud- ding Tuesday: Cranberry juice, Lima beans w/turkey ham, chicken stew, steamed spinach, lime citrus fruit mold, combread, almond cookie OR birthday cake Wednesday: Pineapple juice, paprika baked chicken, tater tot bake, scalloped tomatoes, Romaine salad, French bread, sliced pears OR birthday cake Thursday: Apple juice, hot beef & gravy, hot turkey & gravy, whipped potatoes, broccoli cuts, 7-grain roll, pineapple crisp OR birthday cake Friday: V-8 juice, Teriyaki chicken sandwich, bbq ham sand- wich, baked beans, marinated zuc- I I I I I I I I GOSPEL ECHOES N.W. is announdng an OPEN HOUSE & BUS DEDICATON SERVICE at S P.M. on Stmday, J.ne 26 at thdr office at 120 N. Bridge Street Sheridan, OR chini salad, hamburger bun, sa'aw- berry shortcake & topping The Mid-Willamett Valley Senior Services Agency offers noon meals in Sheridan at the American Legion Hall, 125 N. Bridge Street. Arnold Joseph O'ReffllYthl~ long time resident of , part of the court.try, away Sunday, June 12tla the O.H.U. Hospital i11 Portland. He worked for almost 35 nears at the Plywood plant Willamlna. July 2nd would have boon 50 years for us. As a husband, he was a loving. carang person who Ilke .. helping people and who wlU certainly be mtssed In my household. We moved to MclVlinnvllle Senior Estates to make our home, but it was not to 1~ Because I am the last living person in mY farnl~, 1 w~l to the East Coast IB goin8 me Vlr nJa to make my he , wtth my son Dar Anderson and his wtfe Lillian, so he can take caro of me. wife - E file O. Re d It's easier when you can depend on one agent for all your insurance needs. For life, auto, home or health insurance, depend on the Country Companies for solid protection at competitive rates. Plus, you'll get fast, fair claims service. Call me today to learn more. Ron Pittman INSURANCE "--" Assembly of God Church & 919 Z2nd, SherlS~Lm3-b312~7707S?r~yCs~h~l~lhg:30 a,m. Chu~U & [, ~wceat 6 p.m.(Monthly Sing- B | ~'A ~~), Missionet- | [ ~boys 5-12), Youth AUve (teens) and Adult II I y ii ' ~~n's breast. Every Fr'Klay 7:30 I[ | ~e"~. Dill, Pastor. !! Church of the Nazarene | [ 917 s r4tm m- Sunday: 9 a.m. open pray || altar; 9:45 a.m. Sunday School, all ages; 10:55 a.m. worship service ~ ! childrens' church; 6 p.m. evening service and teen meeting. (Potluck 3re i Sunday, p.m.) Wednesday: 5:30 p.m. prayer meeting; 7:30 p.m. choir rehearsal. Thursday: 9-10:30 a.m. womens' Bible study & prayer. 2fld Saturday: mens' prayer breakfast. 2nd Monday evening: womens ministrieS. Darwin Grimm, pastor. Emmanuel Lutheran Church, ELCA 315 S. Main, Willamina. 876-6844. Debra Lynn Carlson, Pastor. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Worship Service 10:30 a.m. First Christian Church of Sheridan 121 N.E. Yamhlll Street, Sheridan, Oregon. Mel Byers, Minister. Sunday Services: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School, 10:45 a.m. Worship Servic~ Nursery available. Wednesday: 10 a.m. Bible Study & Prayer. Telephone 843-2994. Good Shepherd Catholic Church E. Main & Hill Streets, Sheridan. 843-2206. Saturday Vigil Mass 5 i).111. Sundays 11 a.m. Weekdays, Wed., Thurs. & Fri. 9 a.m. Pastor jemeS Crunican. Sheridan Full Gospel Tabernacle 240 NW Washington, Sheridan, 843-2355. Pastor C.F. Wichner. "Help for the Present, Hope for the Future." Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Sunday evening 6 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study/prayer meeting 7 p.m. Jesus Our Jubilee Mlnlatrles 174 SW River Drive, Dallas. 623-8247, 843-3476 (after 5). Pastor DaVe Leinenbach. Sunday School 9 a.m.; Sunday Morning Service 10 a.tn.; I!! Wednesday "Hour of Power" service 7 p.m.; "Friday Night Alive" imrvi~ l~] 7 p.m, Come Expecting God. I! SL Michael's Catholic Church il Hwy. 22 and Agency Road, Grand Ronda. 879-5122. Saturday UaU 7P.nl" |1 ~:"~-~' Sunday Mass 9 a.m. Weekday Mass, Tues. 11 a.m. Pastor James Crunic~" II .... Willamina Chdatlan Church II 200 S.E. Baker, Willarnina, 876-2097. Dennis Morley, Minister. SDU .' ll L.# Services: Bible School 9:45 a.m., morning worship 11 a.m., Wedne ~ I! adult prayer breakfast at the Rocket Cafe at S a.m.; 6:15 p.m. ~ || L~]~ sandwich supper followed at 7 p.m. by programs for the entire fan~" |l [~ Willamina Free Methodist Church ; |I M=n & '0' s .ts, 876-,0 sund. 9:3o . il Sunday Worship service 10:45 a.m.; Potluck din,n~,. 12:10 p.m. mr_.~, Jl| Sunday. Sunday evening 6 p.m.: Bible studies (mens 9roup and womm~ii~ group), youth, and Chlk:kens' Life Club. Wednesday 6-8 p.m. Bible ~,~,~., ~r| teams meet. Wednesday 7 p.m. Christian Life Club and adult Bible stuoP~| Child care. provided at each service. Aaron Kramer, Pastor., [ !11 To Include your church listing in thle dlrec~)ry plemm oMI: ~llrlE Paula Ne~& Advertising Manager ... 843.231~