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2 The SheridanSun. Sheridan. Oregon. Thursday. December ,2.1963 Xmas Program Couple Weds Area Church Ballst0n Program Set Trio Gels Prizes - dunanaaiaeeaeeiueiaueaeaieeuisiWIejHaaeezaaeaanaaaeDeanauaeeenanieaiiiiaeeeinaeiaaZ The Ballston grade school Bobby Kadel and Donnie and "ffi == i C h U r C h At -- Chapman On Saturda00 be&apos;hee le [iSiS Program duled 23 Christmas in the for Community the program evening Hall. is of sche-Dec, the committee at Dale Moon were awarded prizes recent beneflt event, school Ballston Monday for their turkey afternoon, efforts dinner by in __= = HlSonNtocJ:slS=daill Everyone is welcome to st- selling the most t,ckets for the " Ne ws : !*! " . - Slated Dec aXkerRMmOarNried TMr=Lleaa tend. . - B at 11 a.m. at the Salt Creek -= • : • st the home of Rev. Ralph Baptist church. The prophetic " " " Perry in a Saturday afternoon, significance of the names given '" ' -'-" hSHoolERstuNents" Shegirdaesg once Dec. 7, ceremony, to the Christ-child are dynamic =' SC through six will present a _" The bride is the daughter inmeantng. The Men's Chorus, Christmas program Dec. 18 in of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bal- directed by Walter Schmitk% ler, while Veach is oldest son will sing a sacred anthem for ." llEICRIDPW IlJU,T ’1.1€ rlLLKINA  the high school auditorium. . - Mrs. Dorothy Chance, vocal of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Veacho the service. Mrs. Eugene Vill- = . Attending the ceremony were wock will be the organist. -- rlmtC]lstlamClmumh itEumamit$Chmmh !instructor, will direct the stu- Mrs. BaLler and Mr. andMrs. The Stmday school will  T,S FREE  Ffllmdi T Clmav.h" Raymond Mishler, Minister dents in "December Aroundthe Veach. After theweddingMrs, convene at 9:45 acre. All the __=_ World". First graders will .=  w_ PerrTo  Id.week  Meetl - present "Christmas in Sheri- Veach, assisted by Mrs. C-or- departments will meet together _Z Tele. 83.6969orS3--- 7:pm.--danΘl1wedbychristmsdnCkhnredthecup1efrabriefpeningsessinat 00WINTHIS  _, 8mls Womhlp IIe: in Mexico" by the third grade, with a reception for the Baller which time"White Christmas" " and Veach families at the Veach will be observed. Food and ?.hOO| ( for   mdhool ........ 10  class, home. Following the recep- other gift items will be received tion, the newlyweds left for and will be donated tohelp Norge # ames) 9:45 a. am. Anne Metthews, Womldp Houx ..... 11  The next scenewiUbe "Shep- their home at Scappoose. spread "cheer" among needy Superintendent. Dennis Mar- Sunday  mrvtee _T P.M. herds Coming to the Manger" people in the area. Items are OmUX, Aa4dstant Superintendent..., .................. 7:30 p.m. by the second graders follow- NARCE Meet Set to be wrapped in white and Ma.llg Worshlp ............ 11 a.m. ed by "Wise Men Coming to labeled. The Bible lesson this the Msnger" by the fourth grade  00Eiectric \\; Endeavo’ ...... 6130 pm IMlmlt A meeting of Yamhill County Chapter 563 National Associ- Stmday is found in Ccalatians class. The fifth scene will be ation of Retired Civil Em- 1:6-17 and is entitled 'The Un- vtBln Se ............... "/.30 pJa. IWII d 1 IH 'Hannuka Festival of Lights" ployees, is scheduled for2p.m, changeable Gospel." Ws  attlll . by the sixth grade class. Saturday at the 4-H building on "How To Get Into The Christ- l Meeting and Blble Study bbathSchool30A. M Bef°rethelastscenes°me°f Lafayette avenue inMcMinn" mas Spirit" will be the subject nryer ....................... -7:) pJ.  11 A.X. the fifth grade will present an viUe. at 7:30 p.m. when the church ]Practice ................. 8:30 pm  Afro-Indian carol. In the final meets for praise and fellow- L-m scene thefltthgradeclsswlll Sheridan Girl ,,,o service. There wfllbe TdIF   Cxlm depict a North American In- special music and a children's storytime. ,,,....... ,_,.._., __e .o,o,,,. Gets P0siti0n Each Wednesday, the church 1 I 8:00 A. M. and 10:00  M. scenes around the world the holds its prayer service atT:30 its  !  Friday Mmme at: " students will sing songs of the p.m. There are study and   :0 A. M, &ld 7:0 , ., country suitable for the season, Nlmvfl  The program will open with LINFIELD COLLEGE Mc- prayer groups for children Minnville - Mary Crowe daugh- youths and adults. Adult choir Telex)hone472-6677 Fcflth.lbleChl Christmas selecti°ns bY the ter °fMr*andMrs'J°eCr°we rehearsalis held at 8:30p'm" S  I Chapman Advanced Band, di- of Re. 1 Box 12, Sheridan, The publiciscordiallyinvited Jool .....   Welcome to the Faith Bible rected by Robert Belleu. k Wmlllp l'Vle -- 9.00 am. Chapel Fu31 Gospel Sunday is among women's residence to attend any or all of these -- - services 7 pore., Wednesday 00n00a°'er"an Girls officers at Llnfleld col-services. Thechurchlslocted IB  Cd  NZ't evening services 7:30p.m.Stm- lege. on the Salt Creek Rod, near BUY tt NOTHING TO day School 10 a.m. Located Miss Crowe is vice-president Highway 22, Just a short dis- W A.   two miles from Willamina on of Potter hal1. tance west of the Dallas  SIMPLY SIGN YOUR REGISTRATION q Junction. Attractive road-signs y Services: old highway. CARD AND DEPOSIT IN THE BOX IN Paint Windows The officers will guide the ( I ay hooL- ........... 9:4/$ ,4L M. government and social activi- have been erected to direct new- Mo’llbl Wolp ....... 11:00 A.M. lkdt ( 1 ( ties of their halls and en- comers. STORE WINDOW tttJl Hour ..................... :OO P.M. | I 8@, of lktt  Glct/ gram by the Stmday school will Sulor Society (age 4,11) l’me w_ Walt  A window decorating contest courage scholarship among the The Annual Christmas Pro- students,  YOU ' for high school students, fea- There are six women's res- be presented onStmdayevening (.ge 12-40) p  3-r turing cash prizes is being idence halls at Linfield. The Dec. 22, at 7 p.mo Theme will lng Worship ............ :4 . M. Weekly Sclmulo: sponsored by the Sheridan men's residence halls also are be "The Christmas Book." T O GOd - branch of the U.S. National starting hall governmentsnow Missionaries Slated • 0S.W,.-- SlmlMol ............ ,:,&.]l. Bank, Four windowswillbe MAY BE LUCKY m_ K,   1urm, Woahlp ........ 11:00 I.m, painted with Christmas scenes p To Talk At Church / ! R4ttlZ ilchetile o : @tlt Activities...., ......... 6:30 p.m. for the holiday season, r.R.L. Huzlbuzt Missionaries Monroe and I.dy Se.hOOl. .............. 9: A.  e Servie. ............. "/:80 p.m. . Competing for the awards of OPTOMETRIST Marie Robison, who are en- bl'Rln Worship ...... 11:00 A.M. Wecee 7 == $15, $I0 $5 and $3 are Sandee gaged in printing and preaching ministry in Nigeria, West At- Furniture .ZVi .......... 7HI6 ". M. [ W't. ............... :30 p.m. _= Langley, Delores Belieu and ,tflce I. llmmntreet ". Nice lld . Week Plt ,   ............. 8:30 p.m. -= Marcia Grossner while Glynis South Btd@o Strut ric, will speak at the Assembly '[uay Evening ....... .7:4 P.M. =- Dickey and Gloria Chupp are l-l?l of God church service Sunday working together on a window. Thursdays morning at 11. N]FJL"JODXJrr  _-= At7:45 Stmday evening, there 216 SOUTH BRIDGE Mill Cree00 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. will be the annual Christmas I1  "- • program. PH. $43-3464 224 Morth Bddgo Sht "- aJ: == Bruce Rogers returned home Saturdays Cll e.hool .............. 9:45 m. =- Saturday from a two week Naval 2 P.M. to 6 P.M.M..2 _ _ 64 A.F & A.. M. OPFH 8:30 TO 5:30 DALLY EXCEPT SUNDAY In order to properly list  Wm'hlp ....... 11:00 am. =-- Reserve cruise aboard a ship Christmas season services llp Roils ........... 12 NOOn -" which left from Long Beach, • 'N" 1st Wednesday in area churches, The Metodl Youth Fellowahip =" CaliL and travelled intoMe.xi- Eli blr ................... 6:30 p.m. - can waters. &mlntmmt Eugene McKinley. • ..... W.M. Sheridan sun Church Ed- 0]4 Testament Introduction Melvin Agee ........ secretary It0r requests that a repre- Co 8:00p.m. .......... !  2 i sentattve of each church lolay: Ira Rogers is gradually{n- •i••i••••••••••k•i•••••l••••••••i•••••••••i submit such information no later than Dec. 16. layer Goup ......... 9:30 Lm. proving from his recent acci- dent and Saturday had the cast • i Kindly address letters to W@<kleday: ." removed from his arm and the • Church Edttor The lletuar .O" rehearlml i Sheridan Sun, P. O. Box 68, Sheridan. i stitches fr°m his elb°w" It will stlll be some time before he • i / I/}:, I|lIIInIIlIiIIIIiiiIIIiIInIIIIIIIIJIIIIJIJIJIIIIIIIIIJIJIIIIIIIJ" will be able to use his arm, but is feeling much improved • Sher'da E g "ght A " =_ , n ntr Ken McKnt nnua/G00ft and gladtobehomeo • Id Mr" and Mrs" Elmer Y°der  I At Mac Event In Exerc=se Change He wereand JudY,stmclayanddinnerSUSie guestsMCLean'of " FOR I WILLAMINA- Kenneth J. II Mrs. Yoder'sparents, Mroand= REST Draws Praise o00McKnight'flremanapprentiC%son of Mr. and Mrs. At Be evue Mrs. G.RoBebbofAlbanyo BEAUTY George McKnight of WiZlamina, Bellevue &arden Club met Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kade11 • YOUR CHOICE--QUILTED OR TUFTEI) II Sherldan's Garden Club had is participating in a coordinat- Dec. 4 at the home of Mrs. and JanicewereThursdayeven- _ ... REGULAR OR EXTRA FIRM $ a beautiful entry in the McMlzm- ed U.S. and Government of the Jake Grover for their annual Ins dinner guests at the Charles • vflle Garden club's annual Republic of China amphibious Christmas worksopand giftex- Kadell home at Ballston, the • THE HAPPINESS .. Christmas show held Sunday exercise titled "Big Dipper" change. Mrs. Belle Smith was occasion honoring Mrs. Ralph i • | | in the McMinnville Armory. while serving aboard the des- co-hostess. Kadell on her birthday. Other MONEY CAN BUY The entry waspreparedbyMrs, troyer USS DeHavea along the There were 12 members and guests were Mr. and Mrs.Ezra • Duane Elmes and featured an southern coast of Taiwano two guests, Mrs. Ralph Han- Kilmer Gary and Johnny of arrangement centered witha The exerciseinvolvessome sen andMrs, lvan Lebold, pre-Ballston. = 1 Do Yo Know candle. Greenery was sprayed 3000 Navy and Marine Corps sent. with some pink and trimmed personnel 20 ships and 100air- At the conclusion of the busl- Sunday afternoon visitors at with small pink balls. Other craft of the US Seventh Fleet. ness meeting the remainder the Ralph Kadell home were • trimming on the arrangment These forces wfllconductam- of the afternoon was spent her brother Mr. and Mrs. • • • . 2THAT PERFECT HEALTH DEMANDS REALLY F I was fashioned from tin cans. phibious and airborne landing making wreaths and swags for Harold Durheim and Jimmy of • I It was placed on a pink net assault over separate beaches the Veterans' hospital in Port- Brownsville and her niece and RESTFUL SLEEP? . cloth over pink with pink deer on D-day, Dec. 2 to destroy land. The club exhibited a family Mr. and Mrs. James in felt around the border, and expell a hypothetical as- display at the "Starlight Fan- Lawler and children of Falls __ Two Sheridan Girl Scout gressor force which has at- tasies" Christmas show sport- City. Troops had entries in the spe- tacked and invaded Taiwan. sored by the McMinnvllle Car- THAT 60% OF SLEEP SETS IN USE DURING 1963 cial room for youth groups, den club women Sunday at the Thursday evening callers at • Cliff Bride s senior Scouts Jectives are taken the troops McMlnnvtlle Armory. Mem- the Kenneth Knutson home were P Mrs. ' After all aggressor held ob- WERE DANGEROUS TO THE HEALTH OF USERS? hasaChristmastree,ashioned and eqtdpment will return to bersotheclubbroughttoys, Mr. and Mrs. VernonBrRndt g IT. I from gold sprayed bottle caps. which were given to the Mc- and Nathan. normal operations. It also featured Rudolph, the i ii!ii! .b£{w''s" I red-nosed reindeer, fashioned "Big Dipper" is similar to Mlnnville Fire Department. • AT MATTRESS SPRINGS WILL FATIGUE, AND those exercises conducted per- Mrs. Roy Freeman Mrs. The W.H. Brandt home was from corks, pipe cleaners and lodically by traits of theSeventh Harry Crowe and Mrs. Jake the scene Sunday afternoon for AFTER YEARS OF USE NO LONGER GIVE YOU red beads. Fleet with SEATO and other al- Grocer attended the Christmas the ninth annuaI Christmas bake Mrs. Floyd Owen's second lied nations in the Far East to show at the Lloyd Center in which the Brandts and Knut- • THE SUPPORT YOU ENJOYED WHEN NEW? grade Brownies from Faulconer improve their proficiency in co- Portland. sons host each December. The • Grade school also had an entry ordinated amphibious warfare Mrs. Ves Latham won the afternoon was spent making • 4 with several Christmas item% operations and to maintain door prize, numerous cookies and goodies THAT PHYSICIANS AND HEALTH EXPERTS ALL The next meeting will be at and in the evening the group • !:t including dried arrangements working relationships with al- the home of Mrs. Harry Crowe was served a lutefisk dinner, • " AROUND THE WORLD ACKNOW LEDGE THE MOST .sprayed gold on paper plates, lied nations. Jan. 8. which was eaten at the Knut- [] Sheridan Bfiets son home Sunday evening. En- • ,,u,mT h...v..   ,....... PERFECT SLEEP SET TO BE RondeMen joying the occasionwere.astor .. .,--,-.-.- BEAUTY REST ? Mrs. John R. Stout and child- Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Yoder and Mrs. Patti Wietzke and ,e='tno wwk. /bdedr .. pu up vw m,, Ten, Katld and Ray, surprised and family were Sunday dinner children, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad ... live firm, buoyant support to  M f ht IINI. all their relatives by flying guests of their daughter, Mr. Bg Moose Lund andJudyandMr.andMrs. : home from Pago Pag% Samoa and Mrs. Dan Miller in Lebanon Ran Miller, all of Dallas; Mr. 5 in time to celebrate Thanks- and gettingacquaintedwiththeir and Mrs, Toivo Slmonson and THA OR ONLY A PENNY (One Cent)A NIGHT = giving with them. The Thanks- new granddau,hter, Charlene. In Canada Mrs. Bessie Malo, the I-I.H. i!!:;;i giving dinner was eatenwlththe Calling on the Millers Sunday Brandts and Knutson family. --- MORE ,THAN THE COST OF A "BARGAIN MAT. Stout family at the home of afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. i Mr. and Mrs. Larry Davis in Alvin Miller and family and  iiii!i i:  ::i McMinnville. Loren Stout of Mr. and Mrs. Roman Yoder GRAND RONDE --Two local Stmday dinner guests at the TRF55, YOU CAN SLEEP ON A Oakland Callf. also was pre- and family of Sheridan. men, Murry House and Q.F. Ira Evers home were Mr. and • sent. Mr. and Mrs. John Kropf, Knox returnedlateStmdaynight Mrs. Mtlton Kropfand family i " BEAUTY REST ? Mrs. Stout plans to visit with Jr. and family of McMinnville from a successful moose htmt- of Shedd. ::;i, her mother, Mrs. CoraWagler, were Sunday dinner guests of ins trip into a remote area 50 []=- MATTRESS 100'"50 Sheridan brothers Paul and Ray her sister Mrs. Leah Hostetler miles southwest of Vanderhoof Mr. and Mrs. Earl NeR1 and B.C., Canada. Others in the family drove to Newport Sat- MATCHING $195( and the RoR. Stout family un- and Lfllie, for apre-Christmas party were Max Child, Albany; urday afternoon to visit his i ONLY til such time as her husband dinner. BOX SPRING Dale Allen, Oceanlake; Cliff sister and fmfly, MroandMrso BEAUTYREST is able to Join them. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Miller Fagerty Delake, Bill Child and Melvin Beachy and children. • LASTS LONGER! of Lebanon are the proud Roscoe Phelps of North Bend, The day being Mrs. Beachys" re,, ...y,e,, lain ,,,.e, Ion,..n ellmv-- NOW Guaranteed Years Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nice parents of an 8 pound t 7 ounce B.C. The group brought home blrthday the Seals surprised [] .e,. This fact ha= been peven time a Hmo  ' and Gary attended the annual daughter, Charlene Faye, born two bull moose, four cows and her with a birthday cake and [] indurabilitytstsconductedbylkeUSlalTlllq !t00IMMEDIATE FREE DELIVERY rendition of the 'Messiah" at Dec, 3 at the Lebanon Hospl- one clf. a freezer of home-mRke ice OCE at Monmouth Sunday after- tal. Maternal grandparents are An interesting side trip was cream which the group en- [] , m/mny. noon, Their daughter, Marlene, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Yoder  enjoyed when the party crossed Joyed with supper. • BUDGET TERMS is a member of the choir and Sheridan and paternal grand- the Frazier river from Boston .. participated in the rendition, parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bar to North Bend on a sus- Mrs. John Marner enter- i Miller of Lebanon. pensiOntransportedferrY.on Thehandferry iSwoven honoringtained with a dinnerher husband SundaYon his • j NICE ]:U00NITURE AND APPLIANCE Published Every Thursday by cable imported from England birthday anniversary° Guests • and is the only one of its kind were Mrs. Lola Marner Mr. 2|6 S. BRIDGE STREET SHERIDAN THE SHERIDAN PUBLISHING COMPANY on the North American and Mrs.JohnYoderandfamily, i continent. It has a cage eight David Mary and Danny Zook • OPEN 8:30 TO 5:30 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Second Class Postage Paid At Sheridan, Oregon by 16 feet and transports one and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Seal  • • • • • • i i • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • j car and family,