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a:IURCH OF CHRIST (Christian) Rev. Frank W. Zook, Pastor Telephone 2158 There is no short cut to the Kingdom of Iteaven. Many things are needed in every place where the Christian movement is under way, but the followers of Christ need most of all faith, love and forgiveness. Bible School, 9:45 A M. Mrs. Edith Stringer, Supt. There are graded classes for all ages; and parents are urged to come and bring their children. Morning church service 11 A. M. There will be special music by the church choir. Sermon sub- ct: "The Bible School, and Evangelism." Every member and friend of the church is urged to be present. 7 P. M. Christian Endeavor meetings: Senior, Intermediate, and Junior. There will be a sing- spiration, a fine fellowship, and a vital Bible study, All the youth of the church are urged to be present. 8 P. M. Old fashion gospel ser. vice. There will be a stirring re- vival song service followed by special music. Sermon subject: Jesus, The Light of the World." Wednesday night at 8 P. M., regular Happy Hour service. There will be a faith building praise and prayer service fol. lowed by a special Bible study. TUE METHODIST CHURCH E't IX. Cm, Pastor Phone 2131 Church School 9:45 a. m. Class- es for every age. Marcel Chris- man, General Supt. Attendance goals for the summer are for 100. Plan to attend and bring the children. Morning service 11 A. M., "The Church of God Moves Forward", farewell sermon by Rev. Everett H. Gardner, who is now trans- ferred to Linnton Methodist Church and Community Center in Portland. Mrs. Hugh Cooley is visiting in Seattle this week. Trinity Lutheran Church (The Church of the Lutheran Hour.) 310 Sheridan Rd. Sheridan, Oregon Sunday school and adult Bible class 9:00 A. M. Divine service 10:00 A. M, The Lutheran Laymans League will meet on Sunday evening, June 28th at the Geo. Krumdick residence in Amity. You are cor- dially invited. There will be no Sunday- school or regular service on Sun- day, July 5th. The National Convention of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod is now in session at Houston, Texas. The sessions began June 17th and will end June 27. Dr. John Behnken has been re-elect- ed as President of synod. The four incumbent vice-Presidents were also re-elected for another three year period. This is a mark of unity in the organization. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE H. F. Burk, Pmrbr S18 So. Bridge St. Sunday School 10:00 A. M. Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. Evening Service 8:00 P. M. Prayer meeting and Bible Study Wednesday 8:00 P. M. GRAND RONDE METHODIST East Aveaue md Notth St. Boyce N. Co. Mlals Morning Worship, 9:45 A. M. Church School, 11:00 A. M. WILLAMINA METHODIST 67'2 N. E. B Street Royce N. Com, Ministe Morning Worship, 8:30 and 11 A. M. (Identical Services). Church School, 10 A. M. Methodist Youth Fellowship meets as arranged during the summer. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH 220 S. W. Monroe James S. Kessler, Pastor Phone 2308 Sunday School 9:45 A. M. Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. PHIL SHERIDAN PARADE PICT'00UItES On Sale At The SHERIDAN SUN O Size 8 x 10 -- $1.25 eaell, pills C.O.I). charges. "WEDDING ON THE TRAIL" was the theme cf the Ballston float entry Saturday morning which placed third in its division. Minister reading the wedding rites was Douwe Mellema. His brother Dee is standing at the rear of the float wearing a coonskin cap. Ballston entries are always Phil Sheri- dan favorites. CATHOLIC CHURCH (Sheridan) MASSES 1st., 3rd., 5th., Sunday 8:15. 2nd. and 4th. Sunday 10:15. Catholic Church (Dallas) 1st., 3rd., 5th., Sunday 10:15. 2nd. and 4th. Sunday 8:15. I Evening Service 7:.45 P.M. AT BEE TUE old friends during their visit. [ Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Simantel I Wed. Eve. Service 7:45 P.M. Another Auto Mishap were hosts Sunday for a Father's [ Day picnic at their home. Among [ At Bellevue Comer those attending were Mr. and [ Missionca'y Baptist Church Harmony Community Pastor Elder Donn Powell Sunday School Supt. Leonard Finley. Preaching service each third Sunday of the month 11:00 a. m. Sunday school every Sunday 10:00 a. m. Grand Ronde CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Gale A. Putnam, Pastor. EMMANUEL LUTHERAN Pastor: Warren W. Pechman South Main St., Willmnina, Ore. Res. Phone 2855 . Office 3886 Sunday School 9:45 A. M. The Service 8:30 and 11:00 a. m. BUTLER METHODIST CHURCH Rt. One, Willamin Gold Creek Community, Everett H. Gardner, Pastor. Morning service 9:45 a. m. Church School 10:45 a. m. The community is invited. SHERIDAN BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. John Talbott of Grand Ronde, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newlin of Newberg, Mrs. Edgar Miller, Robbie and Julie Ann of Yamhill were Saturday guests of Mrs. EHa Ladd. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ladd and Brian, and Mr. and Mrs. John Duerst visited with Mr. and Mrs. John Dmski and new baby in Portland Sunday. They also call- ed on Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Tay- lor. Guaranteed Against Crazing ]eautifu] (%at Wltie B(.ty ( on ll)h t( O1}en Sto('k BELLEVE  Bellevue Corner was the scene of another acci- dent on Monday afternoon, this time a minor one. A gravel truck driven by Vernon Bantsari of Broadmead Farms struck a northbound sedan on highway 18, as the truck was leaving the store. The sedan, driven by Er- nest Harris of Florence, had the left rear fender and rear bumper I torn off in the fracas. Mrs. Anne Kowing of Florence was the on- ly passenger in the Harris auto- mobile. No one was injured and both vehicles drove away under their own power. Tnis accioen brings to light once more the ur- i gent need for a blinker at this intersection. Miss Adair Duerst, of Burbank, California, arrived on Monday to spend the summer with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Duerst. Mrs. Ted Rossenr drove to Salem where se met her at the bus station, "" , Mrs. Anna Kuski of Portland spent the weekend with Mrs. Vi- ola McGrath. Visiting with Mrs. McGrath during the week, was Mrs. Agnes Goodman of Butte, Montana. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tharp of Pacific C i t y were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Buel on Saturday evening. They made the trip over to attend the Phil Sheridan Rodeo. Little Vickie Knutz of McMinn- vill9 spent Friday with the Si- mantels and attended the Junior parade in the afternoon. Miss Betty Truedson of Moalla stayed at the C. C. Latham home to help out While the Lathams attended the Phil Sheridan fes- tivities. Mrs. John Schuerch and daughter of Willamina were gue';ts on Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Scott where Mrs. Schuerch show- ed motion pictures taken in Ne- braska by relatives of the Seotts and sent out to them." Past Matrons Meet Mrs. John Duerst was hostess on Wednesday evening of ,last week at a potlucl dinner for 12 member of the Past Matrons C l u b. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Buel spent a few days this week fish- ing in eastern Oregon. Mrs. Mary Burgess and son Gerald, formerly of McMinnvitle and now of Roseburg, spent last week as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith. The Smiths took their guests sight-seeing and visiting / TRIANGLE 16-PC. SET 4 -- Tea Cups 4 -- Tea Saucers 4  10 in. l)inner *Plat' e,, 4 7 in.  ala(l Plates llegular $7.00 Value Special Introductory Price This Week Only! . *4.95 WESTERN STORES Tony Paulovich Sheridan I I I I III I IIIIII I III I I I I I |11 I IIII II Developing Feed Now is the time to give special attentmn to you -- . ".  r growing pullets.  "lrmngle Oevelopln JVee d is a nuo trltmnally balan " ' ' ced formula built to supply the body reserve so essen- tial for future maximum egg pro- duetion. Available in mash or cracked pellet form. -- i Sold Iocall by- YOUr Ivtom SHERIDAN GRAIN CO. Sheridan, Oregoff TIIURSDAY, 'Mrs. Henry W. Hiedeman of Sheridan Newberg, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hiedeman and Miss Joyce Hippe of McMinnville, Mr. and Mrs. George Crisp and  Glen Truedson and family, Vir- enjoyed the Legio ns ginia and Bobby Palmer, all of baseball game at Molalla, and the Simantels. Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zajac and their guest, Joe Johnson of Mac- Mr. and Mrs. H. Donald, Ohio. spent Sunday on Salem were Tuesday the beach at Sandlake. guests of Mr. and Rex Blackman, son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ernie Simatel. underwent" and family visited a tonsillectomy Monday at Me- Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Minnville. He is getting along Blairs'and Mr. and fine. tended the Turk Return From Los Angeles held at Beacon Rock Mr. and Mrs. George Belton near North Bonneville, and daughters, Esther and Ca- ton, Sunday. Mr. and role, returned home last Tuesday l mett Coon and from their trip to Los Angeles. [ of Seattle and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peiri of lGlover and g McMinnville are moving into I riet Larson of the house in which the Stanley[ other members are known locally who Christensens, Jr. lived prior to their moving to the Ole Nelson the reunion. place. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Mr. and Mrs. Chester A. String. family, and Mr. and er, Jr., Gene and Linda, accom- Duerst were guests partied by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mrs. Harold Ladd Hass and family of Oregon City, diner, Saturday. spent Tuesday at the beach, were John Schetky, Mrs. George Belton and daugh- livan of Portland ters, Esther and Carole, accom- Gerchis of Salem. partied by Mrs. Harold C. Gun- ning spent Tuesday in Salem. Mr. and Mrs. John Duerst ac- companied Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ladd and Brian of Sheridan to Portland Sunday where they visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Demski and their new baby boy. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perrigo] and two daughters of Warrenton [ spen(the weekend with Mr. and Phone Mrs. Milo Elliott. 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