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_ I 6 The Sun, Wednesday, July 6, 1994 By Elsa Simonson 843-3535 Lois Hamilton, Nora Hostetler and Melvina Hostetler of Sheridan, and Mrs. Hamilton's brother and his wife, David and Marlene Hostetler, of Lebanon, returned Monday of last week from a five-day trip to Tamp/co, II1. They attended a Hoste- tier family reunion, where about 400 of them gathered from through- out the United States. Ruth Hagglund, daughter of Elin and Hal Hagglund, is attending a summer music camp, Lutheran Summer Music, at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minn. The camp, which runs from June 19 to July 17, has guest artists and teachers in music, theater and art. There are over 200 students en- rolled, who will put on 40 concerts in 28 days. Ruth, who will be a senior at Sheridan High School, is the organ- ist at Trinity Lutheran Church and studies organ, piano, choir and art. Mary Kumley of the Mill Creek FCE study group received a scholar- ship from the Marion County coun- cil to attend one day of the recently held mini-college at OSU in Corval- lis. She was able to attend seminars on meat, rice and Oregon lighthous- es. John and Mary Kumley were in Eagle Butte, S.D., for a few days to attend the 50th wedding anniversary celebration for his sister and brother-in-law, Mary and Art Schreier. The Kumleys will be in Lake- wood, Calif., for the July 9 wedding of Mrs. Kumley's brother, A1 San- born, and Juanita Clubb. Next, the Kumleys will stay a few days with her sister, Donna Ray- mond, and sister and spouse, Lyn- ette and Don Carroll, in Bear Valley Springs near Tehachapi, Calif. The grandchildren of Margie and Roy Ellis, Ivy Lynn and Kelsey Spencer, took first place in the Phil Sheridan Days junior parade for following the theme of the 50s. Ken Mize, Mike, Chris and Danny Higginson, and Elsa Simonson went to Boy Scout's Camp Mort/son near Scio last Wednesday evening for the graduating ceremonies of the 64 scouts who had attended the junior leader training camp for the past week. David Higginson and Josh Si- monson of Sheridan Troop 215 were among the graduates. Higginson was recognized for special leader- ship qualities and Simonson's group won the spirit award. Gus Abraham received high score and Ernestine Watson was second high at the Friday afternoon pin- ochle party at the American Legion Hall. The pinochle prize went to Don Cooley and Velma Warner. Warner also received the door prize. At the Saturday night pinochle party at the Legion Hall, high score went to Marge Cooley and second high to Marge Crowe. Eloise Hulett and Elsa Simonson won the pin- ochle prize and Lee Derby won the door prize. Alice Clore accompanied her sis- ter-in-law, Pat Lowers, of Scio, to the Prineville International Livestock Show on Friday. Lower's grand- daughter, who is also Clore's great niece, won grand champion ribbons for the livestock she showed. Ilona and Rory Stutzman of Crooked River Ranch spent the holiday weekend visiting their grandparents, Earl and Lois Neal, in rural Sheridan, and uncle, aunt and cousins, Rod and Carole Neal, Abe and Tracy, in Willamina. Ken and Barbara Knutson were in Portland on Saturday for the wed- ding of Elita Hill and Timothy Rohwedder at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, which was followed by festivities at the Latvian Center. Hill is the granddaughter of the Grislis family, which was sponsored by the Trinity Lutheran Church of Dallas as displaced persons from Latvia in 1949. A special house was built for the Grislis family of five on property owned by the late Bill and Nell Brandt. The Knutsons now live there. Iiene Gay and compete on the knowledge of I 879-5366 and II Corinthians. Last year, the More than 100 guests attended team took 5th place. the 25th wedding anniversary cele- Ben's brother, Matthew, is enjoy- brat/on of Joyce and Dennis El er. ing new augmentation commu- The Elmers renewed their Wed ing n/cation device. Matthew invites vows with Pastor Darwin Grimm of the Sheridan Church of the Nazar- ene officiating. Sandy Sims baked the cake, decorated in blue and silver. The reception was hosted by family members. Joyce and Roy Zimbrick report that their son, Grant, and his wife, Dorothy, and children, Emily and Anna, are visiting from Dallas, Tex- as. They are having lots of fun and love the cooler weather. Rosemary Garvin had a Fourth of July family gathering at her home in Willamina. Those attending were her two daughters, their husbands and children, and her two sons. Others attending were cousins and an 85-year-old uncle. Pastor Andy's wife, Kathy, has returned from Iowa. She reports that they were visiting her mother-in- law. They also went to Iowa City, Iowa to visit her sister's family and her parents. Another sister also visited while they were there. The weather was 93 degrees with 95 percent humidity. She is happy to return home and loves our Oregon weather. Pastor Andy's sister and husband visited with their new baby daugh- tel-, John and Linda Fink's two sons, Kevin and Steve, and adopted daughter, Makiko, are visiting. Kev- in lives in Seattle, Steve in Pittsburg. The boys are bicycling from Seattle. Makiko lives in Boston. They all visited over the Fourth of July holiday. Ben Boyer, son of George and Joy Boyer of Willamina, is thoroughly enjoying his apprenticeship at Hew- lett Packard. Ben and his mentor are designing cardiology equipment. Ben will attend George Fox College in the fall. On Monday morning, he left to attend a national Bible memory competition in Illinois. Students from all over the United States meet everyone to come and visit with him. A family reunion was held at Alvin and Gerri Jahn's home in Grand Ronde. Thirty-three family descendants of Robert, Hertha, Otto, Erna and Freeda attended. The gathering was a potluck picnic. Those attending were Helen (Jahn) Amerine and husband, Mari- on, of Sheridan; Mervin Jahn and Alegla from Milwaukie; Alvin and Gerrie's daughter, Denice, of Grand Ronde; Bealagh Jahn Harris and sons, Greg and Mark, of Federal Way, Wash. and son, Harvey and wife, of Beaverton; Hertha Dorris Jahn Hammer, Russel and family of Eugene; Lucille Southerlin of Rich- mond, Calif; Lesley Hammer of Salem; Erna Jahn Schaad and Mar- lin Schaad, also of Salem; Freeda Jahn Scherch and Mabel Scherch of Sheridan and daughter, Veda, and Amos of Grand Ronde and daughter Sandy and husband, l avid, and daughter of Salem; and Glennis and Estel Wright and Estel's mother, Julia Huff. Local students on WOSC honor roll Five Willamina students received straight As during spring term at Western Oregon State College in Monmouth. They are: Jimmy A. Kamph, Korena D. Spees, Robin E. Hunt, Diana J. Masters and Sheree C. Sevilla. Four local students earned 3.5 or better averages during spring term to qualify for the honor roll. They are: Frank J. Rollis and Geneva E. Spees of Willamina; Stephanie C. Aaron and Mary B. Kramer of Sheridan. tour classified ads work for you! ] Carl 843.2312 THE SUN [] Relines [] Repairs [] Free Consultation [] Full Upper & Lower Dentures Jon Stout Licensed Denturlst Starting at DENTURE CENTER Hours: Monday, Wednesday & Friday I0 a.m. to 5 p.m. 472-0990 By Appointment Only E. 3rd St. A crowd turns out for recent dedication of new bus for Gospel Echoes, a Sheridan-based group that provides religious \ services in prisons throughout the Northwest.--Photo by Brenda Butterfield. "Nitro" the dalmatian is the Sheridan fire department's new mascot. He poses on fire truck with firefighters Jason Cook, right, and Jason Cane.--Photo by Brenda Butterfield. The Anderson Gallery in McMinnville will feature the bronze sculpture and oil paintings of Dea- con from July 9-31. Included in the ~how will be now releases such as the "Eagle Mask," which is part of a group of bronze masks that have become well known throughout the Northwest. Also included in the show are new bronze jazz musicians and stylized cats, and impressionistic landscape paintings. A reception will be held in honor of the artist from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday,... .... The gallery is located at 300 E. Third St. in downtown McMinn- ville. Gallery hours are from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays, and from noon to 5 p.m. on Sundays. Smith, Paredez wed in Lake Tahoe Jamie Smith and Keith Paredez of McMinnville were married June 18 at Emerald Bay on Lake Tahoe, Nev. The bride's parents are Doug and Kathy Smith of Sheridan. The groom's parents are George and Nancy Paredez of Sheridan. The bride carried a bouquet of dusty rose flowers. The bride is a 1992 graduate of Sheridan High School and works at U.S. Bank in Sheridan. The groom is a 1990 graduate of Sheridan High School and is a salesman at Vic West Steel in Salem. Wagler joins honor society Oregon State University has announced its 1994 initiates for the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi. Society membership is open to students from all fields of study. Juniors in the top 5 percent of their class, seniors in the top 10 percent and graduate students who show special ability and rank in the top 10 percent of their class, are nominated by faculty. Kelly Wagler of Willamina, a senior in psychology, has been initi- ated into the society. 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ComPlete with link, springs FACTORY OUTLET SENIOR LUNCH MENUS Monday: Blended juice, turkey divan bake, scalloped potatoes & ham, glazed carrots, 4-bean salad, 7-grain bread, frosted brownie Tuesday: Apple juice, paprika chicken leg & thigh, veal parmesan, Delmonico potatoes, broccoli cuts, onion roll, fresh fruit cup Wednesday: Grape juice, mine- strone bean stew & brown rice, country pot pie, cut corn, lime mist salad mold, whole wheat bread, cranberry crunch Thursday: Tomato juice, turkey cutlet, roast beef, whipped potatoes & gravy, spinach & romaine salad, oat bran roll, chocolate chip cookie Friday: Cranberry juice, diced beef & noodles, King RanC chicken, Scandinavian vegetableS, cucumber & tomato marinade, bra wheat bread, vanilla pudding The Mid-Willamette Valley SeniOr Services Agency offers noon meal~ in Sheridan at the American LegiOn Hall, 125 N. Bridge Street. Meals are served at 12 noon Monday through Friday. Anyone or over and their spouse is welcora~. for fellowship and a hot, nutritional meal. Home delivered meals art available for home-bound seniot~ A donation of $1.50 is suggested for the meals. Advanced reservation are required. For transportation at more information call 843-3165, HOST FAMILIES Expose your family to another culture. Well screened girls and boys, ages 15 to 18 years old, from Scandinavia, France, Germany, Holland, Italy, CIS (formerly the Soviet Union), and England need for the coming school year. Enrich your family and make a lifelong friend of a young, overseas visitor. Call now to qualify and select your own exchange student (single parents may apply): Local Area Rep. - Ann Koch at 503/538-7906 Michelle at 1-800-733-2773 (Toll Free) Fully Insured! ASSE International Student Exchange Program is a public benefit, noll-profit organization. Directory of Churches Assembly of God Church 919 SW 2rid, Sheridan. 843-3277. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Church 3, children's church 10:30 a.m. Evening service at 6 p.m. (Monthly Sing- spiration). Wednesdays 7 p.m. family night: Rainbows (ages 2-4), Missionet- tes (girls 5-12), Royal Rangers (boys 5-12), Youth Alive (teens) and Adult Bible study. Womens Ministries 1st & 3rd Thursdays at 10 a.m. 3tO Sunday potluck & family activity. 2nd Saturday men's breakfast. Every Friday 7:30 p.m. home Bible study. M-W-F 9-11:30 a.m. preschool. Larry A. Dill, Pastor Church of the Nazarene 917 S. Bridge Street, Sheridan. 843-3262. Sunday: 9 a.m. open prayer altar; 9:45 a.m. Sunday School, all ages; 10:55 a.m. worship service and childrens' church; 6 p.m. evening service and teen meeting. (Potluck 3rd Sunday, p.m.) Wednesday: 6:30 p.m. prayer meeting; 7:30 p.m. chOff rehearsal. Thursday: 9-10:30 a.m. womens' Bible study & prayer. 2no 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. Yamhill Street, Sheridan, Oregon. Mel Byers, Minister. Sunday Services: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School, 10:45 a.m. Worship Service. NurserY available. Wednesday: 10 a.m. Bible Study & Prayer. Telephone 843-2994. Good Shepherd Catholic Church E. Maih & Hill Streets, Sheridan. 843-2206. Saturday Vigil Mass 5 p.m, Sundays 11 a.m. Weekdays, Wed., Thurs. & Fri. 9 a.m. Pastor james 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. 'win Over Twin Bunk B~I No minimum purchase. Jesus Our Jubilee Ministries 174 SW River Drive, Dallas. 623-8247, 843-3476 (after 5). Pastor Leinenbach. Sunday School 9 a.m.; Sunday Morning Service 10 a.a~. Wednesday "Hour of Power" service 7 p.m.; "Friday Night Alive" 7 p.m. Come Expecting God. St. Michael's Catholic Church Hwy. 22 and Agency Road, Grand Ronde. 879-5122. Saturday Mass 7 p.~" Sunday Mass 9 a.m. Weekday Mass, Tues. 11 a.m. Pastor James Crunican" Willamina Christian Church ,/7: ...... : ......... ~ 200 S.E. Baker, Willamina, 876-2097. Dennis Morley, Minister. 1 1 We~ ~~" i Services: Bible School 9:45 a.m., morning worship a.m., ~ adult prayer breakfast at the Rocket Cafe at 6 a.m.; 6:15 p.m. soup ,,, ,'~-~ .,I !~! sandwich supper followed at 7 p.m. by programs for the entire family" ~:~ i i nursery through adult. Willamina Free Methodist Church Duty Me(=1 ' ' "30 a rn.; Mare & D Streets, Wdlamvna, 876-4085. Sunday Bvble School 9. ' rY Sunday Worship service 10:45 a.m.; Potluck dinner 12:10 p.m. evevj, Sunday. Sunday evening 6 p.m.: Bible studies (mens' group and wom el~ group), youth, and Childrens' Life Club. Wednesday 6-8 p.m. Bible t~' teams meet. Wednesday 7 p.m. Christian Life Club and adult Bible st ' Child care provided at each service. Aaron Kramer, Pastor. To Include your church listing In this directory please call: Paula Necas, Advertising Manager ... 843.2312 I 1