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4 The Sun, Wednesday, October 23, 1991 Mr. and Mrs` Douglas Paul Jones Moroney, =V, ones wed in Bend church rites Tracy Jo Moroney of Sheridan and Douglas Paul Jones of Bend were married Aug. 3 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Bend. The Rev. Andrew Barkley per- formed the ceremony, which was followed by a reception held at Aspen Hall in Shevlin Park. The bride is the daughter of Joe MoroneY of McMinnville and Char- lotte Moroney of Bend. She gra- duated from Southern Oregon State College in 1988 with a bachelor's degree and currently is a nursing student at COCC. The bridegroom is the son of Wes Jones of Bend and Arlene Prentice of Juneau, Alaska. He is a graduate of the University of Nevada, Reno, where the couple met. The couple spent their honey- moon in Negril, Jamaica. They will live in Bend. Dollie Newbill honored Dollie Newbill was honored on her 91 st birthday with a card shower and family potluck dinner at the Ballston Community Hall on Satur- day. Her three children, June Wolff of Sheridan, Bob and Dude Harritt of Long Beach, Wash., and Wesley and June Harritt of Willamina were all present. Other relatives of friends in at- tendance were Tressa and Fred Niel- sen of McMinnville; Tom, Nancy and Joel Paul of McMinnville; Bus- ter and Marie Wright of LaPine; Laurie, Jim, "Pasha and Justen Briggs of Albany; Ray and Bey Fry of Coos Bay; Bob and Lota Newbill of Tigard; Tony and Sandy Cargill and boys of West Linn; Dan and Cam Newbill and family of Keizer; Con- nie and Melanie Monson of Dallas; Marion and Emily Thomas of Sa- lem; Mac and Jo Nunley, Wendell and Dorothy Wooden, Wayne and Goldie Wooden, Merle and Bernice Newbill, Elvis and Mabel Osborn, Jim, Genny and Sonia Mahurin, Peggy Carpenter, John Ray and Becky, and Ray and Myrtle Barber all of Willamina; Debbie Moon and children of Ballston; Norris and Karen Merrill, Larry and Merle Burch, Katherine Newbill, Chuck, Jim and Amanda Moore all of Sheridan; and Judi and Mike McDa- niel of McMinnville. Hofiday fair set in Rickreall It's Holiday Fair time in Polk County. This annual event attracts more than 3,000 people from the Willamette Valley and other areas throughout Oregon. This will be the 30th year that the Polk County Extension Alumni women have sponsored this activity scheduled for Friday and Saturday, Nov. 1 and 2 at the Polk County Fairgrounds, RickreaU, according to Marian Warren. Hours of the fair will be 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Friday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday. Some of the items to be offered by the more than 115 Polk County exhibitors will be wooden toys, stuffed animals, handmade dolls, wheat weaving, tole painting, dried flowers/arrangements, ceramics, Stork stops Dale and Brenda Bryant of Sheri- dan announce the birth of a daugh- ter, Phylisha Marie Bryant, Aug. 22, 1991 at McMinnville Community Hospital. She weighed 8 ibs., 7 oz. Grandparents are Walter and Iva Walker of Sheridan and Joan Ber- nards of McMinnviile. Tasteful Gifts For Halloween and All Occasions. We look forward to serving you! Town _!_ f-'", Center  .]  -__.J Plaza ,+,,o, McMinnville  dough art, Christmas wreaths and ornaments and stained glass. The Polk County 4-H Leaders Association will have its annual booth, selling hot and cold spiced cider and 4-H items. Admission to the fair is free. Proceeds of the event are used for 4-H scholarships, campships, to pro- vide equipment used by 4-Hers and fairground improvement. 3 boxes of Ultra Tide with the purchase of selected GE Washers Over 50 loads of wash I h Model WWA8808M 4 I Canning tips for various game "If you're thinking of canning venison, poultry or red meat, be sure you do it in a pressure canner," points out Pat Swan, Oregon State University (OSL0 Extension agent in Polk County. "That's because the higher temperature reached under pressure are needed for safe canning of foods low in acid." Persons considering canning ven- ison or other meat should get a copy of the new Pacific Northwest bulle- tin on "Canning Meat, Poultry and Game" from the Polk County office of the OSU Extension Service. Written by Val Hillers, Washing- ton State University Extension foods specialist, the includes general tips for canned meat and charts USDA-recommended time for canners with weighted gauges. In bulletin includes chili con came and filling using venison. There| directions for canning meat soup. Copies of "Canning try and Game," PNW 361, oblained for 50 cents plus for postage and handling Polk County Extension Box 640, Dallas, 97338. There' s Nothing Spooky yourself to our Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Roy Elmer Jr. Spiral Perms by Rhonda Berkey Johnson, Elmer wed , o m church ceremony Now on'ly 3 5 o Lucetta Ann Johnson and Dennis Roy Elmer, Jr., were married in an early evening ceremony Aug. 31 at the Salt Creek Baptist Church. Pastor Marvin L. Grandle, uncle of the bride, officlated. The bride is the daughter of Fred and Lillian Johnson of Sheridan, and the groom is the son of Dennis and Joyce Elmer, Sr., of Grand Ronde. A peach, forest green and cream color scheme decorated the church. Peach and cream pew bows lined the aisle, and two spiral candelabra with peach bows and cream roses decorated the front. The bridal party entered the aisle through a heart- shaped arch decorated with ivy and fern. Pianist Jeanne Easterling accom- panied Maria Vamos, who sang "The Wedding Song." Nathan Grandle sang "I Will Be There," and Marci Sims sang "Love of the Lasting Kind." As a surprise to the groom, the bride sang "Flesh of My Flesh." The bride was given' in marriage by her father. She wore an off-the-shoulder gown of white satin with pearls down the front and at the hem, and a three-tiered veil with pearls across the top. She wore pearl drop ear- rings, long white satin gloves, and carried seventeen white roses with ivy and stephanotis. Jeremiah Johnson and Daniel Johnson served as candlelighters. Ring bearer was Travis Weaver. Flower girls Kaylee Weaver, Kate Pierce and Kyla Weaver wore peach and cream dresses and round halo headpieces. They carried peach rose petals. Matron of honor Jennifer Broa- dus, maid of honor Maria Vamos, and bridesmaids Jessica Buswell, Kimi Floyd, Jadee Elmer and Leith Easterling wore forest green off-the- shoulder dresses with straight, below-the-knee skirts. They wore long cream gloves, cream hats with veils in back, pearl necklaces and / III l ,.SAW I IWQI Only ,Ns439 Other Models Available starting at s379 Tide Offer Expires Oct. 31, 1991 Easy terms - Fast delivew We service ', earrings and carried bouquets of cream and peach roses backed with ivy and stephanotis. Terry Weaver was best man, and Tony Broadus, Tim Grandle, Shawn Ebensteiner, Pat Brock and Brad Childs were groomsmen. The bride's mother wore a peach dress and the groom's mother chose a cream dress. A reception followed in the church fellowship hall. The wedding cake, made by Sandy Sims, featured four tiers with pearl-beaded edges, a fountain beneath, circled by six hexagonal cakes, all supported on pillars wound with green ivy. Wall decora- tions behind the cake, created by Linda Weaver, featured names of the couple and peach roses. Tables were decorated with two candles and a single rose. The bride is a 1988 graduate of Willamina High School and is a teacher in Salem. The groom, a 1989 graduate of Willamina High School, is a student at Western Oregon State College in Monmouth. Following a honeymoon on Oahu, Hawaii, and at the Portland Mariott Hotel, the couple is at home in Monmouth. Special good thru Nov. 8, 1991 Shear Conce The Total Look for the Total Family 140 E. Main Street, Sheridan See our New GIFT CORNER Wallets Much PLUMBING. ELECTRICAL. PAINT. GLASS CUT. PIPE CUT& SCREENS MADE & REPAIRED STORM WINDOWS & Keep Your Pipes Warm This Winter! 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