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6 The Sun, Wednesday, September 28, 1994 Working with "Ibrned wood bowl crafted by Randy Skyberg of Wlllamlna Is one of works featured in this year's Art Harvest tour. A final group of An Harvest Anderson Gallery beginning Oct. 1. mists' work is on view at Valley There will be an opening reception Community Bank, 723 N. Baker,for the public on that day from noon McMinnville. Their work can be to 3 p.m. Everyone is invited to seen until Oct. 6. come and preview the tour. This is Long time McMinnville artist,also a good time to pick up a catalog Marg Johansen, is showing some of for the tour. The Art Harvest 1994 her masterful tapestries. Randy Sky- catalogs sell for $4 and admit two. berg of Willamina is showing his You can also pick up a catalog at beautifully crafted, turned wood one of six Yamhill County wineries- bowls. Monica SetzioI-Phillips of Argyle, Duck Pond Cellars, Knud- Sheridan is showing one of her sen Erath and Sokol Blosser in carved wood and tapestry "wall- Dundee; Rex Hill in Newberg; and flowers." Yamhill Valley Vineyards, located These artists will join other artists between Sheridan and McMinn- on the 1994 county-wide studio tour ville. All are open from 11 a.m. to 5 in a showcase of their work at the p.m. daily. By Brenda Butterfleld Correspondent. The Sun Mexico City became more than just a destination this summer for John Dill, a high school junior from Sheridan. Part of an Assembly of God program called Ambassadors in Missions, Dill spent two weeks with some of the city's poorest, those who live on the site of an old city dump. Dill was part of a group of 60 teen-agers who flew to Mexico City in August. The group's goals, Dill said, were to "'see as many people saved (into the Christian faith) as possible and help their living condi- tions if we could. We also wanted to strengthen the churches." The young missionaries were lodged in a hotel in downtown Mexico City. Daily they prayed over the city, with its mixture of wealth and poverty, and political unrest. Then, Dill said, they usually ven- tured out to the eastern part of the city---to a dump where many live. Accompanied by the children of local missionaries, who helped interpret the language, the Ameri- cans met the people, played with the children and handed out Christian tracts. The tracts contained teach- ings about hygiene to help stem sickness. But the primary message was about "getting their lives straightened out with God," Dill said. The teens also perfomw.d mimes and puppet shows and played bas- ketball with young gang members. "Some kids even came out of gangs right in front of their friends and became Christians," Dill said. He described living conditions as "very bad_they didn't have money for anything, and the prices aren't By Elsa Slmonson Francis and Patty Hutchins were 843-3535 in Sheridan during the weekend Family members and relatives of visiting their parents, Faye Hutchins Lou Mishler joined him for a dinner and Albert Krauthoefer. at the Arbor Inn in McMinnville on Visiting relatives in Sheridan, Sept 15 to help him celebrate his Willamina and Valley Junction dur- 90th birthday. Among those present ing the weekend was Art Simonson were Judy Mishler of Salem; Ginger of Seaside. Allen of Lebanon; Emily Mishler of Attending the Order of the Arrow McMinnville; Tillie Hamilton and conclave at Camp Rilea near Sea- Larry and Lois Hamilton of Sheri- side during the weekend were Boy dan; and Harley Mishler, Fritz Scouts ofTroop215:DavidHiggin- Mishler and Rick and Talon Mishler son, Randy Berger and Zack Mize. of Willamina. They were accompanied by adult Lou recently moved from Sheri- leaders, Ken and Mary Mize. dan to McMinnville. Lois Neal reported that her sister, Ruth McKibben of McMinnville, Iris Kropf of Halsey, had the misfor- Margaret Ladd and Rena Funk of tune to fall on Monday of last week Sheridan, and her sister-in-law, Ei- and broke her right arm in two leen Funk, of Portland are hack places. Iris grew up in the Harmony from a 12-day land and cruise tour area. If you would like to send her a to Alaska. They were part of a group note or card, her address is 30807 who took a plane from Vancouver, Nixon Dr., Halsey, OR 97348. B.C., to Anchorage and then a train Dan and Jane Monroe and chil- to Denali Park and then a cruise dren, Grace, Luke, Adam and Anna, ship from Anchorage back to Van- returned home Sunday from a nine- couver, B.C. day vacation trip. They enjoyed the Mrs. Ladd also visited her son's spectacular sunset over the Teton family, Brian and Cecilee Ladd and Mountains going to Yellowstone children, in Anchorage. Brian is an Park. From there they continued to air traffic controller at the Anchor- Deer Lodge and the Lewis and age International Airport. Clark Caverns in Montana and then The Sheridan Woman's Study stopped to visit friends in Leaven- Club met for their fall luncheon and worth, Wash. meeting on Thursday at MacNam- Miku and Vangi Taxon, Sydney ara's Crossing. and Amanda of McMinnviile, and Barbara Knutson reviewed the Dean and Beth Yoder of Salem, program for the 1994-95 club year, were here on Sunday to enjoy the "Reminiscing," and passedoutpro- firemen's pancake feed and visit gram booklets. Ruth McKibben read their parents, Ken and Betty Yoder. the historian's report compiled by Dean and Beth recently moved to Vera Lyon who was unable to at- Salem from Pendleton. tend. Cliff and Loila Zook accompan- Hosting the event were president led 16 students from the Mill Creek Alice Clore, vice-president and pro- Christian School to OMSI and the gram chairman Eisa Simonson, and Omni-Max theater in Portland last committee members Phyllis Turner Friday. and Knutson. Weekend guests of the Clifford Also present were Ruth Turner, Zooks were Don and Marilyn Sho- Frances Rossner, Lois Black, Mar- walter of Red Lodge, Ontario, Cana- garet Ladd, Valora Irwin, Lyn da. On Sunday evening, the Zooks, Rhodes, Leverna Miller, Sue Buel, Showalters, Gary and Esther Nice Emilie Molloy, Lucille Belieu and and family and Delores and Enos Marion Johnston. Sue Imbrie of Nisly were guests of Jim and Ellen Portland was a guest. She is Mrs. Eigsti. Johnston's daughter. Mary and Joan Kumley spent a night in Seaside last week to visit with a son, Warren Kumley, of Solon, Ohio, who was bicycling from Seattle to San Francisco The high school Sunday school class and their chaperons from Trin- ity Lutheran church enjoyed a Sun- day afternoon picnic and romp on the beach at Cape Lookout. Larry and Lois Hamilton cele- brated their 41st wedding anniversa- ry Sept. 16-18. Their children and families, Mike and Colleen Head- ings and children; Ted and Melody Myers and Whimey; and Loyal and Kristy Hamilton arrived Friday evening with a glider swing. On Saturday, the Hamiltons went for an overnight stay in Bend. On Sunday they drove to Culver where Larry's grandmother, Linnie Cain Mishler grew up. They came back by Mt. Hood and stopped to visit a brother and his spouse, Delmar and Carolyn Hamilton, in Scappoose. Last week Barbara Knutson host- ed the Wednesday morning circle of Trinity Lutheran Church of Dallas, for a potluck lunch and their regular meeting. Among those attending a barn wanning party at the home of Gary and Sydne Daniels on Saturday evening were David and Leonia Aguayo, Chris and Denny Houston, Cindy and Gary Moore, Kathy and Steve Aaron, Dinah Johnson, Cisca West and Cindy Schultz. wuch cheaper there?' For their homes, "a lot of people just found whatever they could, and put it together, and tried to live in it," he said. Most of their meals consist of "tortillas with anything Banned books at Willamina library What do Huck Finn, The Grapes of Wrath, Where's Waldo?, the Bible, Little House on the Prairie, Clan of the Cave Bear and Gorillas in the Mist have in common? These books have been banned or challenged in the last year. Wiilamina Public Library is par- ticipating in Banned Book Week this week with a display of banned books. The library is located at 385 C St. Children's reading program to start The Friends of the Library is looking for volunteers to read to youngsters at the Sheridan library. The organization is considering a Saturday reading circle for children. Parents will be encouraged to take part. For more information, call Laura Wallace at 843-2331. Sheridan rodeo court tryouts Oct. 8 The Sheridan Rodeo court tryouts will be held at 11 a.m. OCt. 8 at the Yamhill County fairgrounds Women age 17 to 24 may try out for the court which will include a queen and two princesses, according to Sydne Hampton, 1995 court chairperson. Members of the court must be able to ride and attend various events to promote the Sheridan Rodeo. For more information, call Hamp- ton at 843-2064 evenings or 843- 2384 days or write to 4590 Mill Creek Rd., Sheridan. Paid Advertisement I I I III If you are mystified as to why you are still smoking, even though you don't want to, HYPNOTIST." MR. THOMAS will help you Stop Smoking in 1 hour FRIDAY, OCT. 7TH, 10:30 A.M. at DOLLY'S RESTAURANT & DEER PARK, SHERIDAN Imagine!It You have simply lost interest in cigarettes and tobacco products, also no weight gain, Those that care for you, wilt applaud you on your choice. Your investment in life and health is just 0.00. (The cost of less than 3 cartons of cigarettes.) Through Directional Consulting Institute's Hypnosis Therapy you can kick the uncontrolled habit. Take control of your life! If you cannot attend call 1-218-385-3404 CASH, PERSONAL CHECK, VISA, MASTERCARD, AND DISCOVER Exclusive copy-righted program Johnsons hold reunion Mike, Angle, Tiffany and Noah On Sept. 17, the Johnsons held Gephart; Steve, Dustin, Brittany and their annual family reunion at the Josh Johnson; Ethyl Heckendorf; Sheridan City Park. Those attending Betsi and Silas Heisler; Don, Shad, were Frank and Shirley Johnson; Mandi, Kristi and Katie Tatog Vince and Michele Gullette, Talon Vernon, Jeanette and Riche Mosser; Mishler and Megan Stephens; Kim, Chip, Gayle, Joel and Jerad Pender- Amy and Adam Greenlaw; Eugenegraft; Mark and Cindy Schroeder;, Curl; Johnny and Mesa Johnson; David, Tami, Kristen and Katie Bell Kenny and Trevor Johnson and Kreiger; and Rosie and Maril friend, Jody Bell; Sharon Darby; Rosenbaim. Pre-Ballet Intermediate Ballet {4.5 to 7 years old) (8 years old & up) call for schedule Monday/Wednesday 4-6 p.m. Saturdays 9- I I a.m. Beginning Ballet Jazz Dance (7 years old & up) (I0 years old & up) Monday/Wednesday 6-7 p.m. Wednesdays 7-8 p.m. John Dill they can find to put in them." It was seeing the way the people lived that affected Dill the most, he said. "Life is not so valuable there; nothing is very safe or very clean." He added: "It put a face on Mexico: so now it's not just Mexico, it's people. It reminds me how to pray, and I know that I have to do what I can to change things." The response of the Mexicans was "loving and friendly," Dill said. "They were glad we came, glad to have someone who was going to be praying for them." One day the group visited a popular tourist site, the ancient Aztec pyramids, where long ago sacrifices were made to the sun god. Dill said their group created quite a stir by holding a prayer meeting and worship service at the top of the largest pyramid. The missionaries directed the new Mexican Christians to a local church, and for this reason the church "probahly quadrupled in size while we were there," he said. Dill said he plans to take another AIM trip next summer, this time to the inner city of St. Louis, where gangs and violence are common. "Trips like this cbange you," he said. "You learn that you can't be happy doing anything but God's work." Greenhouses topic at Master Gardeners Want to learn more about green- houses? Come to the Yamhill County Master Gardeners meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the public works building at 2050 Lafayette Ave., McMinnville. The guest speaker will be Miteh Coleman, the agriculture teacher at Dayton Junior and Senior Highs, who is going into his fifth year of hands-on experience with green- houses. CALL FOR MORE INI RMATION AT 843-4690 or 472-4888 5970 Mill Creek Road Buell (off Harmony Road) Directory of Churches Assembly of God Church 919 SW 2nd, Sheridan. 843-3277. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Chumh & children's church 10:30 a.m. Evening service at 6 p.m. (Monthly Sing- spiretion). Wednesdays 7 p.m. family night: Rainbows (ages 2-4), Missionet- tes (gids 5-12), Royal Rangers (boys 5-12), Youth Alive (teens) and Adult Bible study. Womens Ministries 1 st & 3rd Thursdays at 10 a.m. 3rd 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. choir rehearsal. Thursday: 9-10:30 a.m. womens' Bible study & prayer. 2nd Saturday: mens' prayer breakfast. 2nd Monday evening: womens ministries. Darwin Grimm, pastor. Emmanuel Lutheran Church, ELCA 315 S. Main, Willamina. 876-6844. Debra Lynn Cadson, Pastor. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Worship Service 10:30 a.m. Firat Christian Church of Sheddan 121 N.E. Yarnhill 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 & Preyer. Telephone 843-2994. Good Shepherd Catholic Church E. Main & Hill Streets, Sheridan. 843-2206. Saturday Vigil Mass 5 p.m. Sundays 11 a.m. Weekdays, Wed., Thurs. & Fri. 9 a.m. Pastor James Crunioan. 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. Jesus Our Jubiles Ministries 174 SW River Drive, Dallas. 623-8247, 843-3476 (after 5). Pastor Dave Leinanloach. Sunday School 9 a.m.; Sunday Morning Service 10 a.m.; Wednesday "Hour of Power" service 7 p.m.; "Friday Night Alive" service 7 p.m. Come Expecting God. St. Michael's Catholic Church Hwy. 22 and Agency Road, Grand Ronde. 879-5122. Saturday Mass 7 p.m. Sunday Mass 9 a.m. Weekday Mass, Tues. 11 a.m. Pastor James Crunican. Wlllamina Christian Church 200 S.E. Baker, Willamina, 876-2097. Dennis Morley, Minister. Sunday Services: Bible School 9:45 a.m., moming worship 11 a.m., Wednesday: adult prayer breakfast at the Rocket Cafa at 6 a.m.; 6:15 p.m. soup & sandwich supper followed at 7 p.m. by programs for the entire family - nursery through adult. Willamina Free Mathodlat Church Main & 'D' Streets, Willamina, 876-4085. Sunday Bible School 9:30 a.m.; Sunday Worship service 10:45 a.m.; Potluck dinner 12:10 p.m. every Sunday. Sunday evening 6 p.m.: Bible studies (mens' group and womens' group), youth, and Childrens' Life Club. Wednesday 6-8 p.m. Bible Quiz teams meet. Wednesday 7 p.m. Christian Life Club and adult Bible study. Child care provided at each service. Aaron Kremer, Pastor. To Include your church listing in this directory please call: Paula Necas, Advertising Manager .., 843-2312 r i ii :tti : ::: :. " ' :ttt!i zit :!t:'FS iiitttFil!ttt; !ii:'!tt! i !itiiitiii!ilt i iiiitiiltlt!ti:ii: i!iiiiiti ::ttt:i:: :'iii; .Fl,r !ili!!i iii! tli!ii!iii ...... iiNiii i ii iliii Mtg. 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