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6 The Sun, Wednesday, October 16, 1991 SLIN SPOTS ' I ' ' By EIsa Simonson 843-3535 Linda and Bill Green are home after three weeks of traveling. They first spent a week at Timber Rock Farms, a mountain top lodge in Pennsylvania. Another week's stay was in Scio, N.Y., visiting Mrs. Green's sisters Pat Thompkins and June Eaton. They were joined by another sister Peggy Plump, from Delaware. After one day at home the Greens went to Ronan, MonL, to visit with Mr. Green's son, Howard Green and family. Kevin and Corinne Ivey, Reese and Kara, returned Sunday after a week stay at Gillford and Harlem, Mont. They visited with Mrs. Ivey's grandparents Edna and Wade Reese, and Cecil and Paula Ashton and other relatives. Mark and Bernice Smith enjoyed a week's stay at Bay Shore, near Netarts, and then went on to visit friends, Amos and Lee Helmick in Westport, Wash. Next stop was at the home of their son and family, Dennis and Janet Smith and chil- dren in Tacoma. On Saturday, the Smiths attended the wedding of their granddaughter, Patty Smith, in Beaverton. Jackie Wolfe and her sons, Kyle and Glen, of Ketchikan, Alaska, are visiting her mother Leone Ingraham and other relatives, including in- laws Bruce and Beth Wolfe and sister Neddy Spencer and family. Many guests enjoyed the annual fall party hosted by George and Gratia Robertson on Saturday night. Ralph and Alia Clark moved from Grand Ronde to Sheridan last week. The Clarks have farmed-in the Grand Ronde area for the past4 4 years. Vernon and Myrna Brandt an- nounced the birth of a granddaugh- ter, Elisabeth Christine Berg, in Seattle on Sept. 21. She weighed 8 1/2 pounds. Parents are Joe and Rachel Berg. Other grandparents are Conrad and Janie Berg of Miles City, Mont., and great-grandmother Alice Brandt of McMinnville. Bessie Wirfs, Ken and Barbara Knutson and Elsa Simonson attend- ed the Yamhill County Historical Society meeting and potluck dinner in McMinnville on Tuesday night. Guest speaker was Ralph Macy of Portland who was born in McMinn- ville in 1905 and lived on a farm in Muddy Valley as a youth. Macy, a retired professor of biology, is the author of over 100 publications, including three books, the latest being Wooden Sidewalks, a story of his boyhood days in Yamhill county. He told about various colorful "characters" in the community and of his early school days, like riding on horseback to school at Bellevue. The schoolhouse is now the clock shop. Macy said that he was very proud of his farming heritage. Former Mill Creek residents, Dave and Margaret Robertson of Hebo visited with his cousin, Marie Willhite on Monday. The Friendship Birthday Club had their October luncheon at the Golden Kitchen on Tuesday to cele- brate the birthdays of Lois Kendall and Goldie Newton. Others attend- ing were Dorothy Ries, Gertrude Dickey, Dorothy Bailer, Wilma Evans, Joy Kegel, Marge Crowe, Virginia Hayward, Alice Curwick and Elsa Simonson. Perry Newton was a guest. Lebie Thompson is home from a three week vacation in California. She stayed several days with a friend, Olive McKenney, in Hesper- ia, and 10 days with Faye Aerrondo in Colton. She also visited nephews in Yuciapa and Huntington Beach, and numerous other friends, since she lived in California for 67 years before moving to Sheridan. Russ and Diane Coleman, mem- bers of the Good Shepherd Lutheran church in Salem, took part in the installation of their new pastor, David Holmquist, Diane as a mem- ber of the choir and Russ chanting the liturgy. Charles and Pauline Jordan, their daughter and son-in-law, Karen and Clare Wren, of Salem and grand- daughter and spouse, Terri and Joe Schwab, of Salem, and Dick and Verna Jordan returned from a week's vacation in Reno, where they visited relatives. Frieda Chase and her sister, Lorna Pierce of McMinnville, returned from a two weeks vacation which started in Kennewick, Wash., where they visited a brother-in-law Ira Scott, who was ill in a hospital, and a niece, Annette Chappel and daughters, Gladys and Tammy. Then they spent a week with relatives in Viola, Idaho. The Sheridan Garden Club started its 1991-92 year with a potluck picnic at the city park on Monday, Oct. 7. Following the luncheon, president Lois Black presided over the business meeting and the year's program was discussed. Others pre- sent were Ruby Smith, Mildred Cooley, Viola Nisly, Mary Jane Nash, and Ruth Jones. Carmen Smith was a guest. Eloise Hulett, Pat Winkler and Dorothy Houston were in Sisters on Wednesday to visit with Viola and Wimpy Lange, former residents of the Grand Ronde area. Doris Adams, member of the Home Endowment Committee of the Grand Chapter of Oregon, made her official visit to Sheridan Chap- ter #89, Order of the Eastern Star, on Tuesday evening at their regular stated meeting. The chapter draped patron, Raymond McGee. Tresa Matlack and Lucille Belieu provided entertainment on Friday at the Golden Kitchen senior mealsite at the American Legion Hall. The ladies sang several duets of old favorites, and Mrs. Matlack also did some solos and provided the piano accompaniment. Frances George has just spent a month in Idaho with her sister and brother-in-law, Ann and Alma Sisher. All the time was spent in Boise, except for a 12 day camping trip in the beautiful Sawtooth moun- George home and will remain here for a week's visit. Pastor and Mrs. Craig Tarter- Stmbel of Salem, were seen at the Gallery Theater in McMinnville on Saturday and send greetings to their former neighbors and friends, Solveig Magnuson Holmquist, or- ganist at the dedication service of the new sanctuary and the 90th anniversary of Trinity Lutheran Church on Sunday, is the great- granddaughter of J. George Gutbrod and Anna Pfeiffer, whose marriage church on January 21, 1897. Holmquist is the daughter of the Ken Knutsons and is the minister of music at the First United Methodist Church in Salem. Eugene McKinley, Grand Organ- ist, and Theresa McKinley, Grand Escort, of the Grand Chapter of Oregon, Order of the Eastern Star, and Eloise Hulett, Worthy Matron of Sheridan chapter #89 of Eastern Star, were in Hermiston on Saturday to attend the reception for the Worthy Grand Matron. High score at the Friday afternoon iegion Hall went to ness and second high Simonson. 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