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6 The Sun, Wednesday, October 23, 1991 SPOTS By ElBa Simonson 843-3535 Roscoe Gutbmd was named "Volunteer of the Year 1991- Camp Westwind" at ceremonies at the camp on Sunday, OcL 7. It is a YWCA camp, located at Cascade Head. Gutbrod has volunteered his ser- vices at the camp for a number of year, and is now building a pole barn for the horses at the camp. Former Sheridan residents, Leon- ard and Frances Mueller of Taylor Ridge, I11., vacationed here at the homes of Roscoe and Marjorie Gut- brod, and Vernon and Myrna Bran&. The Muellers timed their vacation so they could take part in the dedication of the new Trinity Lutheran Church on Sunday, Oct. 13. Among other out of town persons at the dedication were: Leonard Schatz, Auburn, Wash.; Oscar and Carol Gubrod, Philomath; Al and Ollie Moen, Tigard; Pastor Edgar and Mary Lou Brandt, sons Aaron and Seth and Hall and Kathy Spence, Jason and Anna, Dallas. Ade and Gerry Pelrxa" spent the weekend in Bend at the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Pastor Marvin and Pam Scherpf. Also present was the Scherpf's daughter- in-law and granddaughter, Lisa and Rebeca Scherpf of Oeeanside, Calif. Lawrence and Agnes Ellis visited their daughter and son-in-law, Bon- spent several days sightseeing around Vancouver, B.C., including Grouse Mountain and the Van Du- sen Gardens, arriving home on Sat- urday. Cliff and Debbie Yoder enter- rained the school board members and Inn and Cherie Grabenhorst at a chili feed after the homecoming football game Friday night. High score at the Friday afternoon pinochle party at the American Legion Hall was won by Mary Alice Smith and second high by Marvin Widness. Velma Warner and Gus Abraham got the pinochle prize and Abraham also got the door prize. Smith and Eloise Hulett had 1,500 trump. Edith Huntley had high score at the Saturday night pinochle party at the Legion Hall, with second high going to Howard Lyon. Archie Wat- son got the door prize and Lou Mishler and Ernestine Watson, the pinochle prize. Michael and Diane Crowe and son David of Kings Valley were Friday ovemight guests of their grandparents Lawrence and Fannie Berkey. SENIOR LUNCH MENUS October 28 - November 1 Monday: Tomato juice, baked ham, whipped yams, citrus salad blend, wheat roll, peanut butter cookie. Tuesday: Apple juice, cheese mani- cotti, capri blend vegetables, garden salad, gadic bread, pistachio fluff Wednesday: Grape juice, turkey pot pie/dumpling, green beans, tomato wedges, carrot cake. Thursday: Orange juice, beef stew, lettuce salad, raspberry delight, biscuit, Fire reports Sheridan Fire Reports Oct. 14: Mayette Drive, grass and brush fire. Oct. 14: Structure fire, 234 E. Main St. $40,000 loss. Oct. 14: Ambulance cover to fire on East Main Street. Oct. 14: DeJong Road, illegal bum. Oct. 15: Ambulance to SW Monroe Street, report of cardiac problems. No one transported. Oct. 16: NW Evans Street, assist pub- lic. Oct. 16: Graves Road, illegal bum. Oct. 17: SW Jefferson Street, fall victim. One transported to McMinnville Corn- FOOD STAMPS GLADLY HOT DELl nie and Del Stoutenburg, in Yakima for a few days last week. They were joined for a family gathering by the Stoutenburgs' daughters, Susan Stoutenburg of Portland and Jeanine and Antonio Mendina and son An- tonia III of Bellevue, Wash. Opal and Gerald Hamilton are home after a two-week trip to Way- land, Iowa, where they visited her mother, Marian Beckler and three of Mrs. Hamilton's bthers. A weekend guest of Lois and Earl Neal was their grandson, Jeffry Neal of Dallas. Following lunch at the Deer Park restaurant, the Sheridan Bridge Club was hosted by Lucille Belieu on Monday. High score went to Isobel McNally and second high to Ellen Fox. McNally and Fox also got the slam prize. Gary and Leni Holton hosted an 81st birthday party on Sunday for her mother, Lucille Liebeler, of Dallas. Among those present were Mrs. Liebler's college roommate, Charlotte Oas, of oceanside, Calif., cousins Charles and Greta Hurter of Bellevue, Wash., and Mr. Holton's parents, Howard and Kathrine Hol- ton of Lincoln City. Dick Olson underwent knee sur- gery in a Portland hospital last week and is doing fine, according to his wife, Margaret. The Olson's daughters, Kathy Bil- himer of Olympia and Susan Tabler of Florence, visited their parents for a few days last week. Inez (Sanders) Tingey of Helix was a guest of Vern and Lois Hutson last week. Wilma and Al Nisly were in Portland on Saturday for the wed- ding of their grandson, Gerhard Penner. He is the son of Wilma and David Penner. A week earlier, the Nislys attend- ed the Fall Festival in Albany. It is a missions benefit auction sponsored by Mennonite churches of the area. Frieda Chase announced that she is a great-grandmother for the first time with the birth of Brittney Lynn Clemence in McMinnville, Sept. 29. She weighed 9 lbs., 1 oz. Parents are Charlene Chase and "lbny Clem- ence. Grandparents are Bob and Diana Chase, all of Grand Ronde. Donna Mimer and her sons, Bryan and Michael, moved to King- ley, Wash. on Saturday to be closer to her husband, Vaughn Marner, who is in the U.S. Navy. His ship's homeport is Bremerton. Goldie Newton was guest of hon- or at a birthday dinner Saturday night in Dallas. Those present for the celebration were Perry Newton, Doug and Kathie Smith, Jerry and Janet Smith, Sheridan; Dick and Crib Smith, Battle Ground, Wash.; Duane and Teresa Smith, McMinn- ville; Jamey Dorsey, Salem; and Lisa Hebert, Willamina. Mrs. New- ton's grandson, Nathan Smith of Salem was a visitor on Saturday afternoon. Marge Crowe attended a Saturday night dinner honoring her  and daughter-in-law, Randy and Beth Crowe, of Netarts on their first wedding anniversary. Beth Crowe's parents from ForestGmve were also at the celebration, Archie and ErnesUne Watson are great grandparents again with the birth of Devin Riggs on October 11 at Eugene. He weighed 7 lbs., 3 oz. Parents are Cyndee Olson and Duke Riggs of Triangle Lake. Grandpar- ents are Rick and Frances Olson of Blachly and Neva Huntley of Sheri- dan is the great-great-grandmother. The Watsons and Barbara Buck- nell drove down to see Devin on Sunday. George and Gratia Robertson were Tuesday overnight guests of their friends, Jim and Darlene John- son in Woodland, Wash. Then they 2-Lb. Bag Carrots 2/$1 Snap n' Fresh, Local Grown .............  Zucchini Squash O 12 Piece Doritos Tortilla Chips 1 KO cifom= Grow. ....................... Lb.....,,I Assorted Varieties, 9,5-0z ................. 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