Newspaper Archive of
The Sun Paper
Sheridan , Oregon
October 26, 1994     The Sun Paper
PAGE 4     (4 of 14 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 4     (4 of 14 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
October 26, 1994

Newspaper Archive of The Sun Paper produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

4 The Sun, Wednesday, October 26, 1994 By Elsa Simonson 843-3535 Laverne Fuller, former Sheridan resident now living in Reno, Nev., was here last week to visit with old neighbors and friends. Among them was a Tuesday overnight stay with Lois Hutson and a Wednesday lunch with Ade and Gerry Pelzer. An and Genie Reid are home from a three-week trip to the Mid- west and South. First they attended an annual reunion of the 39th Troop Carrier Squadron of the Air Force in which Mr. Reid served during World War II. The reunion was held in Fairborn, a suburb of Dayton, Ohio. They also visited the Air Force Museum, a candy factory and the Dayton Historical Park and Cemet- ery. On their southern route home, they stopped in Branson, Mo., and attended the Mel Tillis and Glen Campbell shows. A guest of Bill and Sally Sayre and family of Ballston last week was his mother, Frances Sayre of St. Marys, Kan. The Past Matrons of Sheridan Eastern Star met for lunch on Wed- nesday at the El Premo Restaurant in McMinnviile and for their busi- ness meeting at the home of Donna Burkett. Arnold and Joyce Houck are back home after spending the summer months at Fern Ridge Reservoir near Eugene. On Oct. 10-12, Ruth White of Sheridan; Jackie Lux of Bailston; and Madelene Geil, Vi Robertson and RoseMary Hafer of McMinn- ville attended the annual meeting of O.EC.E. (Oregon Association for Family and Community Education) in Ontario. A large attendance filled the workshops on several subjects. The state president, as well as the international president, Darlene Wingate of Hawaii, were in attend- ance. There were also men and women from Mexico, China, Japan, Greece and India who explained some of their culture, as well as their experiences in this country. Houseguests of Howard and Wan- da Guyton last week were their daughters and families, Delma and Mike Moore of Anchorage, Alaska; Dorla and William Ebbighausen and Paula of Elmer City, Wash.; Donna Moretto of Jefferson, Colo., sister-in-law, Lottie Temby of McMinnville; and nieces Darlene Troutman and Beverly Lutz of Couer d' Alene, Idaho. Joining them on Sunday were Danny and Robin, Cox, Erin, Kelly and Casey of Troutdale; and Terri Headrick, Rachel and John of Sa- lem. Lucille and Robert Belieu and Jack and Joan Shetterly of Willa- mina were in Lake Tahoe, Nev., last week as guests of Nell and Vicki Johnson. Mrs. Johnson is the Shet- tedy's daughter. The birthday of Mrs. Shetterly was celebrated there. Delores Martin is recuperating at home following surgery at Salem Hospital. Frances George returned home Saturday from a 3 1/2 week stay in Boise, Idaho, where she helped her sister, Ann Fisher, take care of her brother-in-law, Alma Fisher, who had fallen and broken a hip. Solveig Holmquist of Salem treat- ed her mother, Barbara Knutson, and an aunt, Lois Hutson, to a two-day stay in Astoria last week. They stayed overnight at a Victorian bed and breakfast and toured the popular tourist spots. High score went to Archie Watson and second high to EIoise Hulett at the Friday afternoon pinochle party at the American Legion Hall. Gus Abraham and Perry Newton re- ceived the pinochle prize and Marge Cooley won the door prize. At the Saturday night pinochle party at the Legion Hail, Elsa Si- monson had high score and Lee Derby was second high. Simonson and Gus Abraham received the pinochle prize and the door prize went to Marie Eisele. A parting gift was presented to Howard and Vera Lyon who are moving to Salem soon. Wilma Evans and Marge Crowe spent a couple of days last week at Black Butte near Sisters. They were joined there by Mrs. Evans' son and daughter-in-law, Raymond and Nan- cy Evans of Tualatin. A good crowd turned out for the Sunday evening dinner at the United Methodist Church. Following the meal, LeRoy Jones showed a video of his visit to Easter Island in 1964 when he was in the U.S. Air Force. Agnes Ellis accompanied her daughter, Julie Eisele of Hillsboro, to Salt Lake City last week, where she visited her brother and his wife, Ralph and Audry Wilks, while Mrs. Eisele attended a nurse's confer- ence. John Simonson of Pendleton spent the past several days here visiting his family. Weekend guests of Ross and Luel- la Danieis was their daughter's family, Nancy, Leland and Blake Smith of Pasco, Wash. + 4++ Willamina Elementary School fourth grader Sara Lytle receives an award from McMinnville librarian Doreen Lybeck last week. Lytle won the McMinnville library writing contest for writing about her favorite book character. ono coin Bank and the city library. Her hobbies include oil painting, crocheting, knitting, sewing and gar- dening. Theda E. Wright, a tbrmer mem- ber of the Willamina city budget committee, has been chosen Willa- mina's "Citizen of the Month" for October. In presenting the award last week, Councilor MaryLou Greb said Wright is known for helping her neighbors in need. She married Roscoe H. Wright on March 7, 1936 and the couple has three children: Betty, Donald and Vicki. "I took an interest in all their activities---church, school, Girl Scouts, Brownies, Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and was room niother several times," she noted. Wright also served as PTA presi- dent and helped in the school cafe- teria. She is a member of the Rebekah Lodge and worked in Lin- Theda E. Wright ~+~=~ ~ ~ ~ +~ ~.~+~ ~~;~~.~ ~~ ..... ~!!;~,~;;~!~-~..-...:~!::....-::i~~~.+~.+~--~- : . :...~;~!~: ...... iIiiiii !!ii~:!:i~'a:~:~$~" ':' :~" ., : .:'+" ~" reached his ninth gallon, Terry Gephart who gave his second gallon and to the 26 other donors. Auxiliary members manned the stations to assist the Red Cross personnel. Merle Olsen has returned home after several days in McMinnville Community Hospital and in Port- land undergoing tests. An awards dinner was held for 40 4-H youth and the Ballston 4-H Eye Vision club on Oct. 21 in the Dallas Civic Center. Various organizations and individual sponsors presented trophies, plaques and monetary awards after the dinner. The youth were from Grand Ronde, West Salem, Baliston, Sheri- dan, Falls City, Dallas, Independ- ence and Monmouth. Presenting the awards to Kelsi Pelzer, outstanding modeling con testant from Sheridan, and Amber Telfer from Grand Ronde for cloth- ing expertise, was Myrtle Barber, representing the Fort Hill-Grand Ronde Home Extension study group, a sponsoring organization. Myrtle Barber 876-2842 Plans for a Christmas craft sale were made at the VFW auxiliary meeting last Monday. Dates set were Dec. 1-3 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday and Friday and from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday. Auxiliary members will have a table with donations of white elephants for sale to benefit their cancer fund. They will also prepare hot food and sandwiches for sale in the kitchen. Price for a table for three days will be $10 with each person responsible for his or her own sale items and money. For tables or for more info- mation, call 876-3365, 876-3784 or 876-2842. The next VFW meeting will be at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 21 in the Wiilamina VFW Hall on East Main Street. Members are also reminded of the annual Christmas potluck dinner scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Dec. 4. The VFW Post and auxiliary report that 28 persons donated blood at the Red Cross drawing last Wednesday at the Hall. A special thank you to Ray Wagler who SENIOR LUNCH MENUS Monday: Tomato juice, beastly roast beef, ghostly or glazed chicken quarter, whipped potatoes & gravy, broccoli cuts, honey wheat bread, Halloween cupcake Tuesday: Apple juice, tuna loaf w/cream sauce, beef cabbage bake, baked potato & yogurt dressing, mixed vegetables, multi-grain bread, custard Wednesday: Pineapple juice, braised beef tips, turkey ala king, whipped pota- toes, Oriental vegetables, whole wheat roll, lemon poppyseed cake Thursday: Tomato juice, lemon pepper chicken, Italian meatballs w/pasta, scal- loped potatoes, cauliflower & peas, rye onion roll, stewed prunes Friday: Cranberry juice, minestrone bean stew w/brown rice, country pot pie, cut corn, lime mist salad mold, oat wheat bread, strawberry crunch The Mid-WYlamette Val/ey Senior Ser- vices Agency offers noon meals in Sheri- dan at the American Legion Hall, 125 N. Bridge Street. Meals are served at 12 noon Monday through Friday. Anyone 60 or over and their spouse is welcome for fellowship and a hot, nutritional meal. Home de/ivered meals are available for home-bound seniors. A donation of $1.50 is suggested When you have an auto accident, you want your claim settled fast and fair, so you can get on with the things that matter to you. We settle many claims the same day, and Ron Pittman most others within a week. See me for great 472-2545 service, before and after a claim. Pol~c~ ~ by Cour~y ~V~ual Insurance Com~nv, Bloomington, IL. INSURANCE GROUP - If you agree Sheridan needs Family Recreation Adequate Housing Small Business Incentives for Mayor IIIIIIIII In "Zander, Zander! She's the one. Write her in to get it done!" Paid for by Christina Zander for Mayor, P.O. Box 371, Sheridan, OR 97378 36 years Surveying 21 years Registration 5 years Deputy County Surveyor I II : Ir THE MUFFLER DOCTOR A working knowledge of theiposition. 472-1 i 46 I Experience needed for County oetterment. 1-800-M-DOCTOR Vote for - +----- +'[+amry J I FREE Inspections & Estimates Gladly! ++++++++++ I Un+++CarSpo+ +J +++ ii!l Yamh, U Count. Sur +,or II Exhaust Work Brake Systems Authorized & paid for by Larry Jones for County Surveyor Small Cars, Li ht Trucks, RVs - Size No Problem 16850 S.E. Walnut Htll Road, Amity, OR 97101 Yamhill County is a ! with assets in excess of $140,000,000 There are more than 351 Full Time Em (as well as 100s of part-time and volunteer workers). PLUS more than 11 Major Departments that the County Commissioners have to deal with. +. :? II for State Representative District 4 Lincoln, Lane, Tillamook, Yamhill & Polk Counties A Voice For: Timber Workers and their Families Endorsed by: Associated Oregon Loggers, Oregon Forest i-ndustn es Council and the Oregon Forest Products Transportation Council PAC's. Pat will work for YOU in Salem. e your timber advocate Authorized by Grimstad for Representative Committee, 1891 Yaquina Bay Road, Newport, OR 97365. (503) 26~5003 III I Ill liillll II II m \ This is NOT THE JOB for the inexperienced. WE NEED SOMEONE THAT HAS The EXPERIENCE to guide our county ,k The BACKGROUND of commit- tment to the needs of the Voters The EXPERTISE in administrative skills YAMNILL COUNTY COMMISSIONER Position I AUTHORIZED BY THE LOPUSZYNSKI CAMPAIGN, 901 E. 27TH STREET, McMINNVILLE, OR 97128