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!!. i IrB TWO 12" mkkme4 mlb  mllmtd m 4ta. wacm mm ..... m,m • Mt ’mm * ha4 d ev / aMtm--t Im.b m. e m. mmN.4m AeAfOe /,*m ,mm mm, aume-emm SlE A NOONSltATIOII TOOAT' LqY PAT1KETrS Hewby's S & W SUPPtw00.S Phmo She4an 3384 t Arkansas has more mineral pds than any other state. t i 'flURCH OF CHRIST (Christian) Rov. Frank W. Zook, Pastor Telephone 2158 Christianity is the way to God; and Christianity is the way to right living. That way of living has been revealed to us by the example of our Lord Jesus Christ. This homelike church extends a cordial welcome to all of its ser- vices. 9:45 A. M. Bible School Hour. Mrs. Edith Stringer is the Supt. The attendance and interest is steadily increasing. Strangers I and visitors are cordially invited to visit the various graded de- partments and classes. Morning Church service 11 a. m. There will be special music by the church choir. Sermon sub- Ject: '"ne White Stone, And The New Name." Every member and are invited to these services, also the folks of the community. Trinity Lutheran Church (The Church of the Lutheran Hour.) 310 Sheridan Rd. Sheridan, Oregon George W. Mathiasen, Pastor. Phone 2314 Sunday School and Adult Bible Class I0:00 A. M. Divine Service 11:00 A. M. We cordially invite anyone {o our Sunday school and services. It is hoped that the Sunday school attendance will be in- creased now that school will soon begin. The classes will be revised in the near future. There will be a Walther League Convention at Eugene Sat',Irday and Sunday, Sept. 12 and 13. Some of our leaguers will attend. friend of the Church is urged to There will be no local meeting of be present at this service, the society on that day. 7 P. M. Christian Endeavor Meetings: Senior, Intermediate and Junior. All the youth of the church are urged to come, and bring their friends and school- mates. 8 P. M, Evangelistic service. There will be a stirring revival song service. This will be follow- ed by special music given by the young people of the church. Ser- mon subject: "Phe Blind Beggar Of Jericho." There will be a baptismal service at the close, i This is planned to be one of the great services of the summer. Happy Hour service Wednesday night at 8 P. M. There will be a fine fellowship, praise and pray- er service, followed by a special Bible study. Sheridan Methodb;t Chtt.b Ele WUUom Terry. lstr Church School 9:45 A. M. Morning Worshlp, 11:00 A. M. Dr. George Roseberry, Superin- tendent of the Salem District, will be the speaker at the 11:00 A. M. Worship service, and will offic- iate at the corner.stone laying ceremony at 12 o'clock. All mem- bers of the church and friends Dr. ]OH L. . Confirmation instruction class- es will also be resumed sometime this month. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE IL F. B,k, Pa'to 518 So. Brkigo 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. The last study on the Nazarene Doctrine was held Monday night atthe parsonage. Interest in these sffidies has been very high and all those who have attended feel that they have a better know- ledge of the church and its be- liefs, Sunday morning Miss Yvonne Hubbard sang a solo and Morris Bail also sang a solo, accompany. ing himself on the guitar. Both of these numbers were greatly appreciated by the congregation. The Sunday School is on the in- crease despite the usual slacking off due to summertime activities. Let's continue to "Beat the Slump" by attending Sunday School and Church every Sunday morning. Don't forget the monthly.meet- ing of the local N.F.M.S. Be on time so that you won't miss any part of this program. New mem- Vp ,,,r"omer;s* bers are being added to the roll each time so why not come along and join our happy throng. This FORMER TIMMRECK BUILDING time all members are asked to (Corner South Bridge and Monroe) Sheridan, Oregon Hours: Mondgy--7:00 P. M. to 9:00 P. M. Thursdays--.:00 P. M. to 6:00 P. M. Eyes Examined Lenses Duplicated Glasses Fitted Prompt Service -- No Appointment Needed -- iii i i ii i I "PROV| ITI" and that's qmsy., • ar ITOU have . eat accurate recmrd d uqnse to supp Tour tax deducflom. Yoilu kom tire Depm mmst el hdmssd Rev- cue lain to bok t eencenwl ehNkL Fmr 3our owa protection, pat b7 check. It's the remade war to do businem. wear a corsage ,of safety pins. These pins will be collected at the meeting for the Missionary Box for our work in South Africa. Meeting time: Friday. September 11th, 8 p. m. at the Church. Attention! ! Keep September 7th open on your calendar of events. This is the day for the big Church-Sunday School pic- nic to be held in the Sheridan City Park from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Come one, come all. Bring a pic- nic lunch and meet us there for a good time in Christian fellow- ]ship. If it rains the picnic will be cancelled. If you desire further information on this, contact Rev. Harry Burk at the parsonage. CATHOLIC CHURCH (Sheridan) MASSES lst., 3rd., 5th., Sunday 8:15. 2rid. and 4th. Sunday 10:15. Ca(hoUe Church (Dallas) Ist., 3rd., 5th., Sunday 10:15. 2rid. and 4th. Sunday 8:15. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Gale A. Putnmn, Pastor. EMMANUEL LUTHERAN South Main St., Wfllmnina, Or Ru. Phrase 2855. Office 3886 WILLMINA METHODIST N. E. B Street Role N. Cocm, Minister Morning Worship; 8:30 and 11 A. M. (Identical Services). Church School, 10 A. M. Methodist Youth Fellowship meets as arranged during-th 8uro/lr. ALL ACCOUNTS INSURED TO SI0,000 A BRANCH THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, ' Sheridan ] 00etS Mrs. Robert L. Green of Beach, Calif., called on Mrs. Walter Nelson, afternbon. TONY F. BE 506 S. E. Edison St. CONCRETE CON' Estimates Cheerfully Phone 2555 Dr. B. H. V Optometrist BELLEVUE--Many friends in the Bellevue comunity honored Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McKinley, newly-weds, at a shower recently. Pictured at one of the tables in the Bellevue conaunity hall are, left to right: Mrs. Laurin McKinley, mother of the bridegroom; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McKinley, Miss Molly Boehm, sister of the bride, and bridesmaid at the wedding which took place August 8th in Mc- Minnville, and Mrs. Theresa Boehm, McMinnville, mother of the bride. GLASSES SERVICED McMinnvine, Community Honors The l00Kinlew BELLEVUE--Bellevue's newly. weds, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Me. Kinley, were honored Sunday evening, August 30, at a com- munity shower at the Bellevue Hall. After the opening of the many lovely and useful gifts, re- freshments of cake, coffee and ice cream were served to some 60 guests. Those attending were Mrs. Lou Mrs. Jim Beacom of Whiteson were also present. Sending gifts, qa but unable to attend were Mr. De lu and Mrs. Don Keiser, Mrs. E. McKinley, Mrs. Margaret Mc- Carty, and Miss Wilma Russell of McMlnnville, Mrs. Lois Tatom of Sheridan, Gordon Haugen, who is stationed at an army camp in Georgia, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wohglemuth of Newberg, and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Scott, Mr. and Mrs. John Duerst, and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rossner of Belle- rue. D. RUSSELL Chiropractic and Naturopathic PHYSICIAN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT Phone 1644 22 Third St.. Chapin, Mrs. Laura Sauter, Mrs. Hostesses for the affair were Marian Montoy, Mr. and Mrs *o-'^-. Christensen S- "" "t Mrs. Emil Schuman, Mrs. Ves ,mcy , r., Mr and .... en Grauer - - -" • I Latham, Mrs. A. J. Haugen, Mrs. lvlrs, tl an Dennis ---  #- "-^ Grauer -"  "'rs A J "" - 'Aua rauer, ,.. .= Mr. anu w . • • naugen, Mr ....... " ..... ' .and Mrs TemxtFUll:rndand boys,]aria Mrs. t;flesrer A. Trmger, Jr. Douglas, Tommy,    • r Mr and Mrs Jo.eph Za a .... j e, Mr. tinenaan lrlelS and Mrs. C. A. Stringer, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Stringer, Jr. and Linda, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Tat- om, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hal- stead, Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Latham and Carolynn, Mr. and Mrs. Ves Latham, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Si- mantel and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Russell, Mr, and Mrs. Bill Russell, Miss Adair Duerst, Mrs. Belle Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gunning, Mr. and Mrs. Rod Mc- Kenzie, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Grau- er and Eugene. Mr. and Mrs. Laurin McKinley, and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Sehuman all of Go- pher Valley and BellWue. From Sheridan were Miss Ar- lene Grauer, Mrs. Ada Grauer, Loll Hamstreet and Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Burchell. McMinnville guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jake Duerst, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rit- land, Miss Molly Boehm, and Mrs. Theresa Boehm. Mr. and GRAND RONDE METHODIST Fast AvItUe and North at. Ro N. Coast, Minisr Ihunlng Worshi p, 9:45 A. M. rch School, II:00 A. M. BUTLER METHODIST CHURCH F,rle WllUmn Terry, Pastor Morning service 9:45 a. m. Sunday School 11:00 A. M. Thursday visitors at the home of her grand daughter, Mrs. Clarence Burdiek, was Mrs. H. P. Simonsen of Portland, and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Simonsen, also of Portland. $25.50 Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hoglund were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sedjia and daughter, Sharon,  of Antioch, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Ade Pelzer, Pam, and Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Knutson and family and Johnny Brand spen{  Sunday at Hap Hazard House at the beach. 50 25€  6 Kiddies 8 Great SAT Days & Nites Starting • 1847 ROGERS BROS. FOR A LIMITED SEPTEMBER SIL VE NOW ONLY $105.25 VALUE 57 Piece Service $7995 For Eight * Choice Of Six Patterns • REMEMBRANCE • ETERNALLY YOURS • DAFFODIL • FIRST LOVE • HERITAGE • ADORATION AMERICA'S FINEST SILVERPLATE TIMMRECK, JEWEL "Sheridan's Gift Center" FRIDAY NIGHT SEPT. 4 Help Us Celebrate Our First Anniversary In Our New And Enlarged Auction Sale Building. ASSEMBLy OF GOD CHURCH 0 S. W. Mmsroe 7mno S. rssler, Pasto Phone 3144 Sunday School 9:45 A. M'__ Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. vening Service 7 45 nMsda , Mid Week Service W Y 7:4:L'n3'BapUstChurch A NNI VERSA R pLrrmEdra pUoiwtTell 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. SEVENTII.DAY ADVENTIST 240 Washington SL, Rcmald j. Kealv, Jr, pastor abbath School 9:30 A. M. Morning Worship 11:00 A. M.. • t.ayer meettng and Bible study wednesday at 8:00 P. M. You are cordially invited to at- tend. TOGETHER Plenty of Room Sale Starts 8 THEY.. Wm.o., Free Prizes Each Hour Starting 8 P. • • • Your Doctor Your Druggist i They're a team -- ]ike a knife and fork! Only your doctor has the skill to care for your lealth, diagnose your ills and prescribe rem- edies. Only your druggist has the skill and equipment to compound the medicines your doctor prescribes! Use them both. Lincoln Bank Luther Hyder OF TAFT, ORE. -- Phone 2292 --   Sheridan J To B e Sold FridayNight Box Spnngs, Mattresses, Lsnoleum Rugs, Lamps, Miscellaneous Tables, Small Appliances, Used Chrome Sets, and other miscellaneous consigned used goods. J 125 S. W.