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6 The Sun, Wednesday, August 21, 1991 SPOTS By Elsa Simonson Ruth Ann Hagglund has given to organ recitals recendy. Her first recital was at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Silverton in July. She is only 13 years old. Last Tuesday she played at the Ftrst Presbyterian Church in McMinnville. She also accompan- ied soprano Nancy Emrick on the piana Emrick has studied at the Julliard School in New York and was a finalist at the Metropolitan Opera auditions, Ruth Ann is the daughter of Hal and Ellen Hagglund. Her instructor is William Fauk of Salem. She has studied piano since the age of 7 and the organ for about a year. Among those at the Tuesday recit- al were here parents, Bill and Bev Monroe, Gerry Pelzer, Leverna Cole, and numerous other relatives and friends from this arr. Former lower Mill Creek resi- dents Robert nd Margaret Brinker visited Dick and Mary Ridgeway and other friends in the area on Tuesday. Guests of Virginia I-layward for the past two weeks were her daugh- ter and family, Cheryl and William Waibridge, Hilary, Toby, Mary Jane, Jeremy and Jacob from Grass Lake, Mich. Alice Clore and her sister-in-law Pat Lowers from Scio attended the wedding of their niece in Healds- burg, Calif., on Saturday. En route they stayed with Mrs. tower&apos;s son Jim Lowers in Yreka. Joshua Knouf from Cheyenne, Wyo., is here for a two week visit with his grandparents, Lance and Betty Siplinger. The Friendship Birthday Club met for lunch at the Green Frog restaurant on Tuesday. No one had an August birthday. Those present were Mary Rid- geway, Fern Eberhart, Lois Kendall, Dorothy Ries, Gertrude Dickey, Al- ice Clore, Frances George, Wilma Evans, Helen Vorhees, Alice Cur- wick, Virginia Hayward, and Elsa Simonson. Guests were Margaret Brinier of Woodbum and Cheryl Waibridge from Grass Lake, Mich., who is the daughter of Mrs. Hayw- aid. Last weekend AI and Wilma Nis- ly cooked for the Brubaker family reunion held at the Western Menno- nite School. Among those attending were Wesley and Evelyn Shenk. The Nisicys have recently cooked for two groups at the Drift Creek Church camp near Linco Ci!y.  ma   B Papen spent several days with their grandparents John and RoseMary Papen last week. They are the children of Dan Papcn. The 92rid birthday of Leah Evers was celebrated at a potluck dinner on Sunday at the home of her son John and Bemay Evers in Dallas. Attending were five of her children and numerous grandchildren, mak- ing a crowd of about 50. Among those attending were Mrs. Evcrs' daughter and son-in-law Lois and Earl Neal from rural Sheridan and Mrs. Evers' niece Betty Ann Chandler and daughter Renee from Kirldand, Wash. The 89th birthday of Pauline Par- rish was celebrated Thursday during a concert by the Northwest Banjo Band at Paddingtons Pizza Parlor in Salem. Parrish is a member of the group, having started to play the banjo as a teenager The band plays at Padding- tons every third Thursday night of the month. She comes from a musical family as she is the sister of Robert Belien, former band and vocal instructor at Sheridan High School. Bob and Lucille Belieu attended the event. Frances Bailer and friend, Gall McKeith, from Quesnell, Canada, have been visiting with his mother Mrs. Dorothy Bailer. A family reunion and dinner was held at Bailer's Restaurant in Dallas on Thursday evening. Those in at- tendance were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ridgeway and Margc Crowe from Sheridan; Gertrude Dickey and Myrna Dickey from Willamina; Mr. and Mrs. Louie Lawry of Mon- mouth; Bob Bailer, Canby; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Trout, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Smith, Melissa and Stephan|e, and Glen Houser, all of Salem; and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Bailer from Dallas. Lynn Knutson and his son Troy from , Minn., are visiting this week at the home of their uncle Ken Knutson. On Saturday they made a trip around Mt. St. Helens and were dinner guests that evening at the home of Brandt and Kathy Knutson in Vancouver, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hostetler returned recently from a two week stay at their property on the Hood Canal in Washington. The Williams family reunion was celebralexl on Sunday with a potluck picnic at Sheridan City Park. Those attending were Ted Williams, Colet- ta Williams, Cora Williams, Virginia Hayward, and DcArmond and Phyl- lis Bockes, Sheridan; Gaylor and Joan Wtlliams and Max, Larry and Bonnie Slay and family, McMinn- ville; Ron and Darlene Pimetel and sons, Lafayette; Coletta Nelson and daughter, John and Arlene Peterson and Mark, Sweet Home; Rocky and Tina Foss and son, Newport; Dick and Bethna Goergen, North Bend; J.O. and Linda Peterson, Bob and Pam Wescott and Valerie, Roseburg; Bill and Cheryl Walbridge and fami- ly, Grass Lake, Mich.; Sonja Mor- ton, Shane and Trevor, Beaverton; Ron Lewen, Lebanon; Newton and Sam Cox, Foster; Ken and Many Heifrech and family, Moses Lake, Wash.; and Ken and Ann Williams, Greg and Gary, Mollala. Eugene Blair returned to his home in Fulton, I11., on Thursday after spending a week here with his mother Floy Blair and other rela- tives, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Swartzendeub- er of Rickreall were Saturday even- ing guests of his mother Mrs. Ada Swartzendeuber. Saturday afternoon guests of Floy Blair were her daughters Mrs. Floyd Yoder of Cascade Locks and Viola Boyer of Tangent and Mrs. Bessie Wirfs. Lexie McKnight received the high score at Friday's pinochle par- ty at the American Legion Hall, with second high going to Eloise Hulett. Hulett and Elsa Simonson got the pinochle prize and Velma Warner the door prize. High score at the Saturday pin- ochle party at the Legion Hail was won by Jewell Smailey and second high was Joyce Ollis. Ollis also received the door prize and pinochle prize went to Eloise Hulett and Lou Mishler. Gina Isom and Jennifer Simonson were in Klamath Falls last week and brought back  Isom's grand- mother, Monie Reeder for a week's stay with Mm Reeder's daughter and son-in-law Dawn and Floyd Rosenbaum. Jonathan and Sara Hart of Port- land announce the birth of a son, Charles Robert Cole Hart on July 31 at Good Samaritan Hospital in Port- land. He weighed 9 lbs., 11 oz. Leverna Cole of grandmother. 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