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Sheridan Wedding Joins Former t0.00! =.............................; ouple Feled me me me me - im m " Church "S th Stutzman N 7 . , A wedding reception wa e Phagan's School of Beauty in m me i  Oct. 25 for Mr. and Mrs. Joe Salem and was employed in Moroney (Charlotte Remington) Neva Lee's Beauty Nook in " ml - O\\;/ at the brides' parents, Mr. Willamina and Maxines at me-" ,.-" and Mrs. David Remington. The Beaverton. Joe was employed _- _... Moroneys were married Sept. in a plywood mill at Tillamooko News SHERIDAN SALT CREEK WlLLAMINA GRAND RONDE FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH "The Friendly Church" Ralph H. Perry, Minister Tele. 843-6969 or 843-6964 SUNDAY Bible School (classes for all ages) 9:45 a.m. Anne Matthews. Superintendent, Betty Manary, Assistant Superintendent. dent. Morning Worship .... 11 a.m. Christian Endeavor...6:30p.m. Evening Service ..... 7:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Prayer Meeting and Bible Study ................ 7:30 p.m. Choir Practice ..... 8:30 p.m TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 310 Sheridan Road Pastor: Mervin Kellerman 2330 McDonald Lane McMinnville, Oregon Telephone 472-6677 Sunday School ..... 10:15 a.m. Worship Service ..... 9:00 a.m. THE NAZARENE Elwin A. Moore, Pastor Sunday Services: Sunday School ..... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship...11:00 aom. Youth Hour ....... 7:00 p.m. Junior Society (ages 4-11) NYPS (ages 12-40) Evening Worship ..... 7:45 p.m. Ask About !5-Day Trial OFfer ASSEMBLY OF GOD 220 S. W. Monroe R. A. Bullock Pastor Regular schedule of services: Sunday School ...... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship...ll:00 a.m. Evening Service ..... 7:45 p.m. Mid-Week Prayer Meeting, Thursday Evening .... 7:45 p.m. FAITH BIBLE CHAPE L Welcome to the Faith Bible Chapel Full Gospel. Sunday services 7 p.m., Wednesday evening services 7:30p.m. Sun= day School 10 a.m. Located two miles from Willamlna on old highway. EMANUEL LUTHERAN Willamina, Ore. Interne Pastor, Walter Aalto Willamina, Ph. 876-4261 Sunday School ....... 9:45 a.m. Worship Service .... ,11:00 a. m. THE METHODIST CHURCH "A Church for All Ages" Lawrence Monk, minister 224North Bridge Street Sunday: Church School ..... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship .... 11:00 a.m. Fellowship Hour ..... 12 Noon Methodist Youth Fellowship.. .............. 6:30 p.m. Old Testament Introduction Course ......... 8:00 p.m. Monday: Prayer Group ....... 9:30 a.mo Wednesday: Sanctuary Choir rehearsal MENNONITE CHURCH Raymond Mishler, Minister Mid-week Prayer Meeting.. oi ............. 7:46 p,m. Worship schedule: Sunday School ...... 10 a.m. Worship Hour ....... 11 a.m. Sunday evening service 7 p.m .......... 7:30 p.m. SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST McMINNVILLE Washington and Sherman Sis. Services Saturday morning. Sabbath School 9:30 A.M. Preaching 11 A.M. CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev. Edmund Raum, S.D.$. Tel. 843-6204 Stmday Masses at: 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. First Friday Masses at: 8:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Confessions on Saturday at: 7:30 p.m. SALT CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH 1 Mile So. of Salt Creek Grocery Clarence H, Walth, Pastor Phone MA 3-2976 Weekly Schedule: Sunday Sunday School ..... 9.45 a.m. Morning Worship .... 11:00 a.m. Youth Activities... .6:30p.m. Evening Service ..... 7:30p.m. Wednesday Prayer Service ..... 7:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal ..... 8:30 p.m. SEVENTH.DAY ADVENTIST GRAND RONDE 8uperintendent-Gienny s Wright Sabbath School ...... 9.30 Church Service ..... ,ll:00 Prayer Meeting:. Tuesday ....... 7:30 p.m. lastor -Glenn Siambough me - Miss Lorene Stutzman, =- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Levi me me Stutzman, Rt. I, Sheridan, and -= Victor Dean Smith, son of Mr. -" and Mrs. Herman Smith of me . " Willamina, were married m me Nov. 7 in the Methodist church -" in Sheridan. The 8 p.m. double . g ring ceremony was performed -= by the Rev. Ken Plumber of -'2 the Willamina Methodist church. m _- The bride, escorted to the . me altar by a brother-in-law, Rob- -- ert Royal of Portland, wore -" a full-length dress of Chantflly -" lace, fashioned with long "- tapered sleeves, and chapel - train. A crown of seed pearls - held the fingertip veil. The -'2 bride carried bronze gladio- -" luses and white snowdrift. Matron of honor was Mrs. Fred Coblentz of Valley June- " tion. Miss Mary Wideman of McMinnville was bridesmaid. They wore salmon pink dresses of satin and carried bronze gladioluses and maroon taurus. Flower girl and ring bearer were a niece and nephew of the bride, Retie and Rex Swartzendruber of Yamhill. Best rdan was Elden Stutzman of Salem. Freeman Stutzman of Sheridan, Curt Davis of Willamiua and Roy Blackstone of Salem were ushers. Marilyn Bride of Sheridan was organist and Carolyn Bier of Dallas was soloist. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Stutzman wore a turquoise dress with black accessories and white mum corsage. The groom's mother, Mrs. Smith, wore a blue suit, blue acces- sories and a white mum corsage. The bride's parents enter= tained at a reception after- wards at the Methodist church in Willamiua. Mrs. Elden Stutzman of Salem cut the wed- ding cale; Mrs. Robert Royal of Portland, poured and Mrs. Roy Blackstone of Salem served punch. Miss Wanda Nisly and Pat Coblentz of Sheridan and Willamina opened the gifts and Miss Wilma Nisly of Sheri- - dan passed the guest book. For the honeymoon trip to Astoria and Cannon Beach Mrs. Smith wore a blue suit with white accessories. The bride is a senior at Sheridan High school and the groom was graduated from the Willamina High school in 1963. The newlyweds are at home in Wiliamina where he is employed at Elllngsworth's Super Market. Water Groups Set Joint i Meet In Salem me an me ||||||H||||||||||||M|||||||s|||||||||||t||||||||||||||||||||||||||t|||||||||||||||||||s|| Brownie News DON'T LET TIME FLY BY. CHECK CLASSIFIED TODAY mul i ii i Mrs. Graham and Mrs. Le- Roy's 2nd grade girls at Chap- man took a nature hike and gathered leaves and dryed weeds and grasses. They made wall plaques from paper plates and decorated with weeds and sprayed with silver paint. Also first birthday of our troop. We made penguins out of light bulbs painted black and white with paper feathers. Twenty-one brownies and friends went to an all day outing at Buell Park Nov. 11. But rain moved us to Buell Grange hall. Kitchen crew - Pam Trowbridge, Elaine Calhoun, Susan Stuck, I_eta Simpson and Lynn Williams. Mothers who helped were- Mrs. Don Trowbridge Jr. Mrs. Oliver Mullins and Mrs. Bruce Williams. Lynn Williams, Joni Huntley and Patti Owens gave the opening flag ceremony at the PTA meeting Nov. 16. Mrs. Floyd Owens BAZAAR SUCCESS GRAb/D RONDE --- Grand Ronde Women's clubannual Ba- zaar and Baked Goods sale was held Saturday and realized a profit of $26. This money will he used for the purchase of new books for the library and supplies to maintain the ex- isting books. made were invitations to the Jullette Low tea and they dec- orated fronts by coloring over leaves. All troops had Hallow- een parties. Mrs. Stuck's 2nd grade girls 7 REASONS WHY 000000cooor made pumpkin faces from paper plates stapled together and painted. They held CLOVER AND STRAWBERRY GROWERS: You Should Use Chipman IPC 400 for outstanding a discussion about their favorite thing and drew pictures of fav- orite things. Mrs. Owens  troop 475, 3rd grade Chapman and Fanlconer, held a mothers  tea and dis- cussed crafts. Different moth- ers are going to help during the meetings for a month at atime. weedy grass control Mrs. Harvey Cruickshank will help during Nov. - Dec. Julie Daeges Joined our troop. 1. Ease of handling in spray We had a birthday party in equipment honor of Juliette Low and the 2: Stays in suspension longer 3. Particles, not a liquid, for longer control 4. Can be used with Banvel D where applicable 5. No premixing in water necessary 6. Smaller particles for more uniform coverage 7. No. phyto-toxicity A Joint session of the Oregon Water Resources board and the Wlllamette Basin Project com- mittee is scheduled for Salem next month, according to A. Warren J.he% chairman of the project group. Jones said the two-day meet- ing will be held Dec. 10 and 11 at the Marion Motor hotel, with the president of the National Reclamation association slated to give the featured address. The water resources board part of the session will be conducted during the first day of the session and through the morning of the second. The project committee meeting will get underway during the after- noon of the llth and conclude that night. Main topic of the meetingwill be "Water Problems and Fut- ure Needsp while the project committee session the final evening will be involved with irrigation projects, including the Mill Red Prairie reclam. ation project in the Sheridan area. Jones said officials from the Bureau of Reclamation will be in attendance. Public Forum To the Editor: I am deeply grateful for the opportunity to carry onthe work of the late Walter Norblad as Congressman for the First Con- gresslonal District. Let me extend my sincere thanks t.the hundreds of volunteer workers who made possible my victory s and to the thousands of Repub- llcans and Democrats who hon- ored me wRh their votes. During my campaign, Istres- sed my determination to repre- sent the First District with a forthright and active voice In Congress. I intend to honor this pledge with all my energy, and to respond to the problems of every resident of the Dis- trict. Although elections are 28 in Lewiston, Idaho, where they now make their home. Mr. i and Mrs. Victor Dean Smith The house was decorated in the brides colors of blue, pur- ple, and green The three- tiered wedding cake was topped with a bride and groom and decorated with blue flowers. Two big baskets of blue and lavender asters and dahlias Your contribution t.the Yam- hill County United Good Neigh- bors Fund benefits the Leu- kemia Society, Inc., one of the 25 participating agencies in the county UGN fund effort. The services of this health agency are available to all citizens suffering from leukemia. were brought and arranged by Mrs. Dale Sanders of Seaside. liij Cake was served by Mrs. @ Melvin VanBuskirk, who had i,  " baked it, and Mrs. Walter Remington, aunt of the bride. Punch was served by Mrs. Charles Remington, Hillsboro, aunt of the bride. Coffee was poured by Mrs. Winifred Har rison, grandmother of the bride, Mrs. Gwynne Rogers and Mrs. Robert Nash. Cue hundred guests attended Miss Delores Lent.n, cousin of the bride, took care of the guest book. Mrs. Lyle Sanders, Stayton, Miss Charleen Reming- ton, Beaverton, Mrs. Samuel Wallen, Newport, sisters of the bride, Mrs. Rich Duncan, Stay- ton and Mrs. Ron Fetch helped with the serving and gifts. After refreshments, the bride and groom opened their gifts. Guests came from as far away as Seattle, Wash., Walla Walla, Wash, and Eureka, Calif. Both bride and groom gradu- ated from Sheridan high school in 1962. Charlotte attended Symptoms of Distress Arising from STOMACH ULCERS DUETO EXCESS ACID , QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST Over five million packages of the WILL A RD TREATMENT have been sold for relief of symptoms of distress arising from StomKh and Duodenal Ulcera due to I[x- ms Acid--Poor Dlgeetlon, fe'or Ullet Stomach, Glmelneu. Heartlbn, Sleep- leseness, etc., due to Irxctse Acid. Ask for "Wlll:rd's Messa|" which fully ezplains this home treatment--free--at Sheridan Drug Co. Electric heat is refined heat. Every bit of warmth is generated by flameless electrical energy. 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