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i i L , Jl I Church News AN SALT CREEK WILLAMINA Flzst Christian Clmrch "rbe Friendly Church" mph m Perry, mSster Tele. 843-6969 or 843-6964 Sunday" Bible School (clesses for all ages) 9:45 e.n Charles Scho- field, upertntendant. Mng Worship ................ 11 a.m. abtian Endeavor ......... 6:30 p.m. BvevJng Service ................. 7:30 p.rm . Wedzsday-" Ptmyer Meeting and Bible Study .................................. 7:30 v.m.p. M Practice ................... 8:30 p.m. Tsiatty Lutheran Church 310 Sheridan Road Pastor: Mervin Xeeman z0 Mc Lane Xcmnnvme, Orogan Telephone 472.6677 Sunddy School ........... 10:15 am. Wmship Service ..... 9:00 am. Good Shepherd Chuh Smday  at: 8:00 A. M. and 10:00 A. M. Prklay Masses at: :30 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. Sheridan Church of the Nazarene Elwtn A. Moore, Pastor Stmday Services: Sunday School_ ............... 9:45 A. M. dorning Worship ....... 11:0@ A. M. outh Hcur ...................... 7"00 P. M. Junior Society (ages 4.11) NYPS (ages 12-40) bwening Worship ............ 7:45 P. M. Shestdun Assmubly of God 220 S. W. Mom P. A. Balleck P Regular schedule of seevices: $uday School ................ 9:45 A. M. Morning Worship ........ 11:00 A. M. :Evening Service ........... 7:45 P. M. iiMld . Week Prayer Meeting, lVtmrsday Evening ........ 7:45 P. M. Mmmil u Raymond Mishler, Minister Ild-week Prayer MeeUng 7:45 p.m. WorsMp schede: $uaday hool ............... 10 A.M. Warship Hour .............. 11 AL Sunday evening lvtce _ 7 PM. ........................ 780 p.m. ii Salt Creek ]kqpUst  , ,,  , . :-, (r-'. , JULY 11, 1963 ..... Of Honored at Public tion Miss B/urba Yodr ....... : ......... =:---::-- ................. - ........... - ........ - .... Bridein Church Local Interest - - - WeddingatHubbard ...... ..... ................. ::: ..... ........................... The congregalion oi lhe Era- blr. nd Mrs. Francis Bralley T, he Zion Mennonite Church in mue Lutheran Church of Wil- enjoyed a vacation rip to San Hubbard xas the setting for the lamirm will .have a picnic July Framisco, Calif., and ot h e r wedding of Miss Barbara Shar. 14th at Grenfell Park, following points, leaving on July 3rd and lene Yoder and Avon Russell the regular church srxices. It returning the following Tuesday. Kaufman on Saturdmy evening will be potluck. July 6. The bride is the daug,hter Mr. and M. 5Larcel Chrisman The July 13th wedding of Miss Aurice Kilmer and Ron WallaCe, of Mr. and Mrs. Rom,an Yoder of enjoyed h, aving th.er lithe grand will be hed in the Methodist Sheridan and the bridegroom is daughter, Vickie Lynn Hirons of Church in McMinnville. They will the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Albany on July Srd and 4th, while rmake their home in Sheridan, her rrother worked at a o,nces- where Aurice wll teach in the Kaufm, an of Hubbard. sion during the Timber Carnival. school next tall. Rev. Chester Kaufman peTfor- med the eight o'clock rites. Jerry M,. John Duerst was taken to Dan Nash arri red fron and C 1 i f f Yoder lig.bted the the M ,c_Mmville Hospital on Sun- McGuire Air Forte Base on TueS- day, June 30th a.ter suffering a day evening July 2nd for a 30 candles, stroke at her Bellevu home. day visit with his parents, Mr. The attendants w/,)re pastel Allen Mandel of Reno, Nevada, and Mrs. Robert Nash, after grovn satin brocade sheath dress- is a guest t .the home of his i which he will go,to Turkey for an es and carried bouquets ol pink grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Russ assigt. ,x)ses. Mrs. Ernest Yoder was the Huchinsn. Boatng and flshn a l!a.st matin of honr and Mrs. Derald Dr. ,ad Mrs. B. J. Millexand YAm Lalfrom Friday, July 5to TueS- Hostetler and Miss Marilyn West left Friday for his hone own'of day were Mr .and Mrs. Cliff were the bridesraaids. Enterprise, where they attended Bride and daughers and Harold A floor length white organza the 25th class reunion of Dr. MI- Meyers, Ross and Maxine. wn over taffeta was chosen by ler's graduating class of Enter- Mrs. B. J. Miller returned home the bride fv,r her weding. Her prise High School the everts be- last woekttr spending three fingertip veil was held in place ing held in Enterprise and near- weeks t Roads F_md on the coast, by -tti.n roses and she carried a by Wallowa Lake. They visited YAm spendin tax,st of he time bouquet of white carnations and in the area .and returned on Men- with her. pink roses, day. MT. and Mrs. Roy Bird and Lila Kaye Mishler was he] Byron B. Gentry, Calif., Com- amily moved on the Fourth, fro flower girl. Gary Kaufman served as best mander-m-eh ef of the Veterans man for the bricegroom and ush- of reign Wars of the United the Huchins house on She Street to their newly constructed ers were Kenne,th Yoder and States, has announced the ap- home in Gopher Valley. Darell Kaufman. pointment of Joe Humfleet as The newlyweds geeted their National Aide-de-Camp .to the Mr. and Mrs. 1a_rion IAvthan guests at a reception in the Commander-in-chief. Hunleet and farfily wnt to Salem the church parlor. P, ourinff were Mrs. will serve as a personal repre- evening of .the Pourt', where Seventh Day Advent Whgnn ad Semn Sis. Servizes Saturday morning. Sabbath School 9:30 A. M. Pachtng 11 . M. THE MtODIST (UR( "A chuzch or All Agos" nce M0e ndnlster 224 North Bridge Stmot Sunday: Church School .............. 9:45 a.m. i Mile So. of Salt Creek Grocery Clarence H. Walth, Pasto Phone MA 3.297t Weekly Schedule: Sunday StmIay School ............ 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship .......... 11:00 a.m. Youth Activities ............. 6:30 p.m. Evening Service ............... 7:30 p.m. Way Prayer Service ................ 7:30 p.m. Eoi Rehearl .............. 8:30 p.m. Installed recently as Worthy Matron and Worthy Patron of Sheridan Chapter No. 89, Order of Eastern Star, were Mr. and Mrs. Gust Gustafson, 120 S. \\;V. Jefferson St. The public installation drew a large number of Eas?ern Star nlembers and friends of the couple. SHERIDAN BRIEFS I SCD Picnic Set WEIOME! "Who Speaks For God?" Wimll ' be the serron topic at 11:00 a. . Mornhng Worship ........ 11:00 a.m. Fshlp Born ............ 12 Noon Methodist Youth Fellowship ....................... 6:30 p.m. this Sunday t the Salt Creek Old Testament Introduction Baptist Church. This will be the Course .......... 8:00 p.m. first in a series af messages on Monday: 'the vital subject of Prophecy. In layer Group ................ 9:30 a.m. I spite of fanatics ,and false teach- Wednesday: / ers i.n our generation there is dire Sanctuary Choir rehearsal [nee even ,hunger, for Biblical KEEP COOL USE PGE'S FINANCING PLAN ./ and Darl'eenand Mrs. Rhodes' mother Mrs. Kyler of Nort Van- couver, B.C. During .their stay here they spent two days at the beach .and visitizkg parks in the local area. See your app//ance dea/er or cooH/ cotramtor G - of Ruth an" Ed t" e [ The annual picnic of the Yam- ues (I y n " . t hill County Soil Corservation Rhodes the w ek of July 4th were ld e ' ] District will be h,e July 14, 1:30 their nephew Harry Rhodes and at Frank Geisler s, Yamhill, says wife and .twin daughters Debbie Stanley Christensen, chairman, Yamhill Soil Conservation Dis- trict. All cooperators and fsiends of the district are invit:d to attend and becone better acquainted with the district supervisors, SCS personnel ad ,their famili,. Prophecy. The Cisler farm is located Sunday School is px)vided by west of Yamhill on he Pike Road. the church at 9:45 a. m. Mr. Mar- t The annual picfic is a pluck v May, General Superintendent, 1 dimmer held in conjunction with cr&idly invites friends "m the the regular business meeting of s u r r o u nd'mg c(nm.unities to I th district concludes Hiekerson. share in .the Great Commission of Chirst to 'teach wh,a, tsoever I Sheridan Briefs have om.manded you". Mtt. 28. 20. , Members an their I, amihes "Song Of A Soul Set Free will I of ,the Sheridan Masonic Lodge be the semon at 7:30 p. rm and Istern Star Chapttr will led on Psalm 34, this exposi- I hold their annual picrflc n ,the i tory message is designed to ln-ISherlda CAty, Park an Sunday I spdre Chrlstla Joy. . July 2th, scartlrtg at 12:30. The hardest part about parking a Corvair is finding a nickel That may be a slight overstatement, but such :jaunti- ness comes easily when yoa're a Corvair owner. And you can usually back it up--as easily as you can back up a Corvair. You'll find your- self doing that occasionally, if only to adjust the brakes--they're self.adjusting. That's all there is to it, and that s a good example of how delightfully easy Corvair is to own, drive and maintain. But since we began by talking about driving, let's stick with t,hat awhile. A large factor in the fun (f driving a the rear. Why tle rear? It gives Corvair extra traction on any road surface. |c tovides a nearly flat floor for more use interior space..Best 0f all, it pv(tuces steering so light, so responsive, you wonder why no other American-made car thought of i. Corvair's engine is als0 air cooled, we might add, which means there's no anti- freeze or water for you to add. Ever. All tha pleure from something so practical almost makes you think Corvair is unique among Americ'.m ears. Which Corvair is lhe location of its engine in NYOURCHMOIJEi"OI.ER isn' surprising, because it isl _CHECK HIS TNT DEALS ON CHEVROLET, CHEVY II, CORVAIR AND CORVETTE Ha0,ld Miller a,nLd Mrs. Anthony George. Miss Sharon Kilmer cut the cake The new Mrs. Kaufman wore a w, hite shtath dress with match- ing coat and chocolate brown accessories for her traveling en- sembl,e. The couple will be at home in Canby on return from trip along tho Oreg)n Coast. Ten Years Ago July 16, 1953 Chapman grade school com- mended for exoellent design in June issue of Progressive Arch- itecture magazine. Robert J. Cox named President of the Los Angeles Pacific Col. lege in Los Arkeles, Calif. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Cox of Sheridan Illness fatal for Glen Pruitt, 44. Brief fitness fatal for Mrs. Roscoe (Gace) Steward, 65. + Community Recreation pro- gram at park drawing large g9upof children; 692 attended previous week. Rotary Club elects Charles Gould, presidert; PaLmer Byrkit, vice president; Leon French, sec- retary; A. G. Pelzer, E. M. Hurtley Leon French, three year perfect attendance pin, Leland Sackett; Charles Gould, six years; and Dean Holmes, seven years. Annual Agee faxaily reunion slated for picnic grounds on Deer Creek, on the old Isaac Agee donation land claim. Fifty members of the Brown family attended reunion at city park. Oldest member present was CLay Brown, 82, of Sutherlln; and youngest, Elizabeth Brown, 8 I rrmths Sheridan, daughter of Mr. nl Mrs. Dick Brown. I The Rev. and Mrs. Earle TemT, ]new pastor of the Methodist Church, ,honoel with a reception at th church. i New Oregonians include a dau- i ghter, teorgia Del Ray. to Mr. land Mrs. Felty Junior Yoder; a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Schukar, Wiliaznina, and Gayle Diane, to Mr. and Mrs. David Yoer. sen,ave of 'the Commander-in Chief. they attended the Destructio Derby and the fireworks. 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