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4 The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday. 3uly 7, 1966 MR. AND MRS. BILL DENTON Salem Fete Honors Couple On 25th Anniversary Honored guests at a 25th wedding anniversary dinner at the Keg and Platter, Salem, Saturday, July 2, were Mr. and Mrs. James W Denton, Sheri- dan Hosts for the party were their daughter, Pam, and Mrs. Denton's mother and sisters and their husbands, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Mundt, Salem, Mr and Mrs John Mekkers, Coos Bay, and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hay- ter, Dallas. Decorating the table was a beautiful floral arrangement, a gift of Mr. and Mrs Mundt, and a silver wishing well con- raining cards and gifts of cash. The wishing well was a gift from Mr. and Mrs. Mekkerso Following dinner the group moved to the Mundt home in Salem for a reception. The serving table featured a beau- tiful cake, made as an open Bible, the fit of their daughter, Pamo Other guests for the affair were: Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Smail, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Engaged DIANA KAY BAIL Mr. and Mrs Arvil F. Bail have announced the engagement of their daughter, Diana Kay Ball, to Robert Joseph Finley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fin- ley, Dallas. Miss Ball is a graduate of Sheridan high school and her fiance is a graduate of McMinn- ville high school. Hill and Mr and Mrs John Dfllin, all of Sheridan; Ron Smith, Longview, Wash., Pain's fiance, and Mr and Mrs.James Brown, Salem, Mrs. Denton's brother and sister-ln-law. The Dentons were married June 29, 1941, in Tacoma,Wash. The couple has four eMldren Michael, San Diego, and Pam, Shelley and Shannon. Among those unable to attend but sending congratulations were: Mr. and Mrs. Michael Denton, San Diego; Mr and Mrs. Avery W Denton, Tacoma, Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gil- man, Roseburg! Mr and Mrs. Orley Brock, Sr., airier, and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Becker, Se- attle. Sheridan Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. De- Jong were hosts Saturday even- ing July 2 at a buffet supper prior to the rehearsel of Mrs. DeJongs sister, Sharon's weald- tug which was Sunday Iuly 3, in the Trinity Lutheran church in Sheridan. Guests at the buffet were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brandt, daughter Sharon, Nancy and Sally and son Edgar, Mr. Lloyd Wll]web ber Granada Hills, California. Mrs Wlllwebber, Terrabella, Callfo, Pastor and Mrs.Warren Timmerman and family, Vista, Calif., Miss Gaff Kuttruff and Miss Doris Brickman, both of Baton Rouge. Sunday dinner guests at the DeJong home were Mr. and Mrs. Don Nordling and family of Lake Oswego and Janet Wakefield of Whittier, California Monday July 4 the Jack De- Jong James and Richard De- Jong families spent the day in Corvallis with Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Lindh (Caroline DeJong) and family Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Morris and family visited July 4 at the home of Mr and Mrs Jim Carter in Dallas and Mr. and Mrs. A. H Davis in Salem. Harmonll Mr. and Mrs. Emmette Lewis and daughter Kitty of Mesa, No date has been set for the Arizona were weekend guests wedding, of Mr. and Mrs. WH Hibbert* iltmlltl tit tit ttt It tt tttt t tttttlt tl m .=. =.,. m =mr m* Phil Sheridan Weather : By MRS, HAROLD FULLER : : H L P : Wednesday, June 99 72 50 .00 ; m i Thursday, June 30 76 43 .00 : : Friday, July 1 62 50 .32 : " Saturday, July 2 62 44 .07 : l Sunday, July 3 67 49 .00 i ! Monday, July 4 84 39 .00 : ; Tuesday, July 5 77 46 .00 " . em = ==, |e . , *m nm.=*i ml egi.e *m m=; ml g* eo COMPLETION of an $18,000 extensive remodeling is expected in three to four weeks by Walt and Peggy Wegener at Hi-Way Mar- key in Sheridan. This view shows the new IVillamina Lumber Firm Under New President Twenty - four years of management responsibility were concluded recently with the resignation of LM. Hamp- ton as president of Willamina Lumber company Hampton has headed the company since its Inception in 1942. He will now serve as chairman of the board of Directors and act in an ad- visory capacity. New President-elect is John C. Hampton of Portland. After graduation with a degree inEc- onomics from University of Washington in 1947, he worked in the Wlllamina sawmill for a year, after which he entered the employ of a Portlandwhole- sale lumber firm. January of 1950 saw the formation of Hamp- ton Lumber Sales company, with John Hampton serving as man- aging partner, a position still held Since 1960 he has been in charge of plant development and timber acquisition at Willa- mina. During this period, the company has progressedfrom a simple green dimension mill JOHN C. HAMPTON with annual shipments of 18,000,000 feet, to a versatile plant with dry kilns, high speed planning mill, automated pack- aging and wrapping station, and a by - product program ap- i| Sheridan Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harter and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jones and Jill, enjoyed a fishing trip to East Lake last Thursday. From there the Jones went to Prinevllle and were overnight guests of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Gove. Wedding anniversary con- gratulations go to Mr and Mrs. Doug LittleJohn, Mr. and Mrs. George Cannon, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Ray McGee, Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Littlejohn, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Barnes, Mr and Mrs. Lewis Littlejolm, Mr. and Mrs Ward Mendenhall and Mr. and Mrs. Len Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Paterson and girls were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clay George and Patricla in Salem. On Monday they all enjoyed a picnic at Mill Creek park and Patricla remained here for an extended visit. Enjoying an annual 4th of July family picnic at theEverett Jones' were Mr and Mrs. Chris Muller and family and Mrs Mary Muller of Dallas, Dale /ones of Portland and a friend, Barbara Burton of Salem and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Muller. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Cody spent the holidays clam digging at the beach. On Sunday, June 26 Mr and Mrs. Sheldon Cody attended a family picnic at the home of her mother, Mrs. Hattie Wine- gar in Monmouth. Due to ill- ness or similar circumstances it was the first time in 25 years that Mrs. Cody and her 5 brothers and sisters had all been together. They are Mrs. Gertrude Hardie of The Dalies, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reaves of Corvallis, Mr. and Mrs.Claude Winegar of Monmouth and Mr. Claire Winegar of Gervais. Also present 9 of her neices and nephews and their families including Mr. and Mrs. Dave Aargon and family from Ohio. Mr and Mrs. Robert Cole and family and Mr. and Mrs, Matt Krauthoefer Jr., and family', attended the 4th of July fire- works display at Rickreall. Spending the holidays at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don At'wood were 4 of her brothers and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hammeil and Ned of Daly City, Calif. Mrs. Richard Lee, Suzanne and Terl Lyn of LOS Alamos, New Mexico, Mrs. Golda Whittengton, Makie and Betty Ann of Portland and Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Swartout, Bob and David of Beaverton. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Swartout, anep- hew from Portland was also present. The group, including Mrs. Agnes Hammell, their mother attended a family re- union picnic at Grenfell park on the 4th. It was the first time in 22 years that they had all been together. OnSundayeven- ing the group was joined by Mr. and Mrs. Jim Youde of Cor- vallis and were dinner guests of Mrs. Agnes Hammell. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Seibel and family of Vernonia moved to Sheridan over the holidays and he will be working with his brother, David Seihel in the logging industry. Mr. and Mrs.Norman Kilmer and Gayle of Springfield,Miss., visited last week at the Stacy Kllmer home. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Willlams and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donal Hawk. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nairn, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lindsay and 2 grandchildren of Eugene and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hughey of Portland spent the holidays camping and fishing on the Nes- tucca river. On Sunday they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Matt Krauthoefer Jr. and family. They report a good catch of steelhead. Mr. and Mrs.Charles Slm.fer spent the weekend at Fogarty trailer park. On Sunday they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Charles sharer Jr. and family of Eugene and Mr. and Mrs. Pete sharer of Seattle. 4th of July visitors for a picnic at the Kenneth Knutson home were Mr. and Mrs. Emery Hlldebrant and family of Cor- vallL% Mr. and Mrs W. IL Brandt, Ann Marie Cox of Sun Valley, Calif., and Gregory Brandt of Orange, Calif. front door into the addition to the store. New shelves and units will double the store's capacity (Sun Photo 1336) proaching complete utilization. Waste wood is sold as pulp chips, all shavings are collected and sold, and most of the saw- dust is marketed. Latest addi- tion is a bark manufacturing complex including a modern packaging line for bagging bark- dust. Lumber shipments for 1966 will total about 40,000,000 feet of finished products from the Willamina location. Charles M. Hampton, a resi- dent of Canada since 1955, has been elected vice president of Wfllamina Lumber company and is in charge of Canadian op- erations. He has been instru- mental in the development of the company's Canadian subsid- Iary, Hampton Lumber Mills, Ltd., which was founded at that time This operation has rea- ched annual production of 25, 000,000 feet of prime Douglas Fir, Hemlock, Spruce and Ce- dar. New directors elected at the annual meeting include Lloyd A. Lewis, manager of the plant at Willamina; J.C. Zalaha of Portland, who is sales mana- ger of Hampton Lumber Sales company, and Glenn C. Maynard, company controller and Portland Office manager. Maynard will also serve as Sec- retary-Treasurer. Public Forum To The Editor: I hope that people in Sheri- dan will still be able to secure copies of the June 10 issue of "Life" magazine (the one with the muehly mascara-ed face of Elizabeth Taylor per- fraying Virginia Woolf) so that they can read the article authored by Russ Sackett, grad- uate of Sheridan High School, class of 1940, and son of the Leland Sackettso This thought- provoking and hair-raising ar- ticle deals with his many in- tervtews with the leaders among the young extremists in the ghettoes of the big cities who seek revolt against the white man. Not only does the mag- azine give Russ a byline for this penetrating article but a full-column feature about him. There is probably a copy of this magazine on file in the City Library and citizens of Sheridan should make an effort to read this article by a home town boy who went to the big city and certainly made good. Sincerely, Barbara R. Knutson Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Irwin are her mother and sister. Mrs. Myrtle Lady and Irma of Orangeville, California. Among those from Sheridam enjoying the 3 day holiday with a camping, fishing and water skiing trip to Prinevllle were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Huntle and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Ftmk and family, Mr, and Mrs. Tom Mishler and famlly Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ladd and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ivie and family, Mr, and Mrs. Don Stuck and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ade Pelzer and Jim, Mr. and Mrs. DeArmond Bockes and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Yoder and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Filler, also present were Mr. and Mrs. Ron Filler of McMinnvlile. Mr. C.A. Cecil,who observed his 79 birthday last week was taken by ambulance to the Vet.. erans hospital in Portland Mon- day night where he will under go observation and treatment. MARRIED JUNE 4 in cere- monies at the Willamina Chris- tian church was Mrs. Peter Schafer (Diana Johnson), dau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Helge Johnson, Sheridan. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sharer, Sheridan. The wedding story appeared in the June 23 issue of The Sheridan Sun. Couple Holds $1,000 Brick FORT MADISON, IA. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Palmer of Route 1, Sheridan, recently held a gold brick worth about $1000 in their hands as they toured the international ad- mirdstrative headquarters and domestic manufacturing facil- ities of the W.A. Sheaffer Pen Co. The solid gold brick,weighlng 27.69 ounces and 999.7 fine, is used in making gold pen points and other parts for the pen company's products. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Croy of Mariposa, Calif., visited from Friday until Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Reynolds Saurday dinner guests at the Reynolds home were Mr. and Mrs Bryce Woolstenhulme of Estacada and Mr. and Vernand Robert Gould entered the Mc- Minnville hospital Friday night July 1 for treatment for a bleeding ulcer. Paula Lodl is staying with Woolstenhulme of Idaho, Melva Johnson spent Saturday and Sunday at the Church Camp, Tapawingo, above Falls City Drlggs, her friend Sandy Bechner while , her parents Mr.andMrs.Elmer Beehner are on a trip to Minn- esota. Baliston Sew and Social Club members are invited to the mlagel""- " Team home of Mrs.ClHflltuSherl- dan the afternooa of July 14 Bruce WILliams' team willhe to help her observe her birth- playing Robert Johnson's team day anniversary. from Amity Friday at Sheridan ball park. Elsie Taylor was taken to a NEW DINING room addition to the rear of the building and vastly increased parking facilities are new features at Blrchell"s restaurant at Ft. Hill. The addition of the dining room greatly increase seating capacity at the res- taurant. Only a small part of the parking lot was previously paved. (Sun Photo 1331) CONSTRUCTION of the new sanctuary of the Free Methodist church at Willamina has re- ceived a boost with donation of stacks of 2x4's by Rocky Stone of Stone Fuel corn- pany. Stone (right) and Rev. Walter Sloan, who is putting in a lot of time working on the project, look over the lumber. (Sun Photo 1335) Eighth Oregon 1)airy Princess, Alice Pitney, '2'2, of Jullction City, tlashes a haPl)y" smile as she receives a sparkling crown from retiring I)airv. Princess, Joycc Williams of Amity, at a special Coronation Lunchco,t hehl last week in Portland. Princess Alice of Lane (:otuttv was selected to represent Oregon's dairy industry [or 196i-67 from a fichl o[ [ourtccll Dairy Princesses represeluing eighteen Oregon cotmties. i Sheridan Briefs McMinnville doctor Thursday Mr. and Mrs.DeuweMellema morning for stitches to close a visited her sister Mrs. J. H. wound on her leg, caused by an Cation Tuesday at Newberg. ax which caught in brush as she was trying to pick it up. Seven stitches were required. Many Ballston families are spending the July 4th holidays at the beaches, rodeos and nearby picniq spots. ii| i AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY Ruth Talbot ....... President Callie Heider ..... Secretary Visiting members Welcome. Meets 2nd Mondays. 8 P.M. Dr. Victor E. Johnson CHIROPqACTIC PHYSICIAN HOURS: 9-S:00 WEEK DAYS 9-12 SATURDAY CLOSED THURSDAy 876-3302 188 S. MAIN- WILLAMINA I BLOCK South of Bridge Sheridan Briefs Alice Mellema of Everett, Washington arrived home Sun- day July 3 for a short visit before a vacation trip to Reno and Lake Tahoe. The DeJong and Morris families attended the Brandt- Wlllweber wedding Sunday afternoon July 3 in Sheridan Trinlty Lutheran church Mrs. Earl Neal of Sheridan took Mrs. Mabel Kaltenback to Dallas Thursday June 30 to visit her daughters, Mrs. Bob Downs and Mrs. Bob Engelland Friday she baked the cake and shared in other birthdayaclivi- ties of her three year old grand- daughter, Sharon Engelland. 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