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_= m m _= _= m _= _= t I t m _= m m R t m m mm m m Z Z m m t m m m m I i m t I m m m m m n m m m m m m m m m at 2 The SheridanSun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, December 26,1963 Reception Honors Father Engogement Ch u r ch )O00GiriSheria,Told ,n Papen After First Mass Approximately 300 persons four sons in the congregatlonof m " " 7:45 p.m. Womhlp $bmkfle: Sun4 mdzool ........ 10AM. ZK Sabbath School 30 JL M. WomlMp Hour ....... 11 Sunday  lee _ 7 P.M. .................... 7:30 p.m. mmm ]r adv wtm at mmman s. Saintly mm'n. JOANN WOLFER attended the reception honoring the Holy Cross. Parents of 14 Father Gerald Papen, C.S.C. children, they are happy to held Sunday afternoon at the have 12 of them home for the American Legion hall in Sher- holidays. Unable to join the idan. group were Mrs. Loretta Klein- Sisters of Father Papen and smith and Mrs. Janet Mile, both a sister-in-law; Vicki Jo Pa- in the Los Angeles area. pen, Mrs. Jacob (Marie)Veil- man of Fresno, Calif., Mrs. Carl$tad Rites Ray (Rose Mary) Zuber of Sa- study, the first year at Jordan, Minn., then four years at Notre Dame and the last four years in Chili, South America. He has been reassigned to Chiliand will return Feb. 15 to work in a Parish. Father Richard Papen, C.S.C. Jualor Society (ag 4.11) HYPS (ges 12-40) tvmug Worship ........... "/:45 p. M. mmmm ammt  a 220 S. W. M m. A. IQilocL Ilt Regular schedmle at s'vl: iudsy .hooZ..... ......... 9:45 A. M. Mornl Worship .... .11:00 A. M. Service. .......... 7:45 P. M. Mid - Week Prayer Mtlng, 11runWay Evening ...... .'/:45 P. M. Mrs. Hazel Woifer of Sher- -" idan is announcing the engage- ..... -'/:30 p.m,  11 A.  " ment of her daughter, Jo Ann, l'aetiee ................. 8:30 p.m. "- to Larry Mascotte of McMinn- ty      -" ville. He is son of Mrs. was ordained and celebrated Florence Rayson of Portland. his first solemn Mass in Sher- $10 MII..,  tlndsy  at." Miss Wolfer is a 1963 grad- idar ]llSllI'|   8:00 A. M. and 10:00 A. M . uate of Western Mennonite qua: letmt IWtday Mae at: School, near Salem. Mr. Mas- whe   :30 A. M, and 7:30 P,  cotte was graduated from Yam- firs Mvll  hill-Carlton H i g h School in F Telephone 472-6677 Pa/th Bible ch 19G9. first The couple presently is em- OOl ......... lo: a Welcome to the Faith Bible ployed in Carlton. A March Wblp xv[  .  Chapel Full Gospel. Sunday wedding is planned. m _ services 7 p.m., Wednesday fJNrld4 Cbul'll of t ha IQazare0 evening services 7:30 p.m. Stm. Church Slstes IWID.A. Ma%  ' day School 10 a.m. Located day Service:  two miles from Willamina on 8.1ky hooL ............. 9:45 A.. M. old highway. Crusade Group Momtng Worship ....... ..1.1.:00.4.. M. Salt Creak Baptist Ctmsch Youth Hour ................. 7".00 P.M. I  ). of  Crook G Clm'eaco w_ Walth, Pastor' Pbomo MA. 8 Weekly lule: m==lr Mln Womhip ....... 11:00 a.m. Youth AetJvltle ............ 6:30 p.m. L'venl Seloe. ............ "/:80 p.m. w, emmu, Pm3e' Servtee ............ -T:0 p.m. Czk  ............. 8:30 p.m. "A e.bur or Ill Agm" Lawrenee Memk, mlntst North nrtdgo St,wt Sunday: Church School .............. 9:45 Lm. Mm'nk Womhlp ..... 11:00 p Born ............ 12 Noon Methodist Youth lllowahlp ................ 6:30 p.m. Old Tmlament Introduction , Cour .... , ..... 8:00 p.m. Monday: Prayer G2oup ........... 9:30 an. Wednesday: metuary Choir rehearml Faulconer School News Reporters: Loretta Miller, numerals, and some know the Gayle Yoder M r s. Melonuk's and Mrs. Leith's first grades: The boys and girl enjoyed being in our Christmas program. We are looking forward to our Christ- mas party. We saw a movie lem and Mrs. George (Barbara Iiams) PapenofTacoma,Wash. Due Saturday served a buffet lunch to those attending. Father Papen's twin sisters, Marlene and Darlene Funeral services wfllbecon- Papen of Sheridan, passed the ducted at 11 a.m. Saturday,Dec. guest book. 28, for Edward Lawrence Carl- Father Gerald is the second stad of Willamina at Adamson's son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Papen Sheridan Funeral Home. He to be ordained a priest. He died Monday, Dec. 23, 1963, at has completed nine years of the age of 71. Private inter- Gorley is bringing the treats. merit will be at Willamette Na- Mrs. Bosch's third grade: tional cemetery in Portland. We have been giving oral re- Carlstad, a resident of Wll- ports on foods from all parts lamina since 1940, died of an of the world for social studies. apparent heart attack after los- We are learning the Roman ing consciousness in a Willa- mina restaurant. Harm0ng A veteran of World War I, -" A Crusade for Christ meet- and Mrs. John Papen of Sheri- , ing, featuring God's Volunteers dan, led the processionas cross -" Team I, is slated at 7:30 p.m. bearer. Father Edmund, S.D.S -" every evening, beginning Sun- of the Good Shepherd Church, idan five years ago. His head- quarters are now at Notre Dame where he will return after the first of the year. Father Gerald celebrated his solemn M a s s Sunday morning in the local Catholic church, the Church of the Good Shepherd. F a t h e r Richard Papen preached the sermon and Brothers David Papen, C.S.C. of Austin, Texas, and Brother Anthony Papen, C.S.C. of Moun- tain View, Calif. along with their brothers, George and Ron- aid Papen, helped serve the Mass. Danny Papen, sonofMr. m -" day, Jan. 5 and continuing -" through Sunday, Jan. 12, at the -" Salt Creek Baptist church. m _- Sponsored by the North Am- - erican Baptist General confer- ms . ence, the God's Volunteers are m - a highly-versatile group, ac- tim -. cording to Clarence H. Walth, -" pastor of the church. The Carlstad had been employed for 18 years at the U.S. Plywood company in Willamioa until his retirement in 1961. He prev- iously had worked three years at Foster's sawmill before he began work for U.S. Plywood. Born in Bear Park Town- ship, Minn. on Nov. 24, 1892, Carlstad was son of ale and Lena Carlstad. He served as a private in the 342nd Infantry during World War I. Survivors include several nieces and nephews l Mln- value of all the numerals. There was only one absent from the class for our Christmas pro- gram. Miss Meyer's fourth grade: The beans in our room are growing very well. We receiv- ed 12 new paperback books. on Monday about "Seasons of We are making presents for our the Year." Eileen Cunning- parents, and we have a very ham moved to Falls City last Friday. Mrs. Burdg's second grade: We are having a Christmas party today. Mrs. Dunkin will bring the treats. Glen Sigrist brought the Christmas tree and the children trimmed it. Miss Rowell's second grade: Russell Crocker brought our tree, and we are having our Christmas party today. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Small were Dec. 17 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fowler and son of Lynwood, Wash. ar- rived Saturday to spend the hol- idays with Mr, and Mrs. Ken- neth Shenk and with Mr. Fow- ler's mother at Wiliamina. My- ron Shenk of Oregon State also is home for the Christmas va- cation. nesota. Memorial contribu- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Patter- tions may be made to the Heart son were Dec. 18 guests of Mr. Fund in his name in lieu of and Mrs. Glenn Hill. Mr. and flowers, it was announced. Mrs. Patterson were married four years ago at the Hill home. Ballston Youth Garfield Firneisz iegt Satur. day tO spend his vacation with W Named Winner a friend, Glenn Moriwaki, at Gi C San Anselmo. Caiif. ve oncert In Elks Test Mrs. Kenneth Vannace and daughters of Eagle Point and Douglas Hill arrived home Sun- Gary Kilmer, Amity high day fca" the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn school senior and son of Mr. Hill. On Christmas eve, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra KHmer of Ball- and Mrs. Henry Fast, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brown and family and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hill and family joined the group for their Christmas dinner. ston, is one of two Yamhill county youths chosen by the McMinnville Elks lodge as win- ner in the annual youth lead- eryhip contest. pretty decorated tree in our room. Santa and his helpers will visit us. Everyone has a duty for Christmas. We are now beginning to study about our government, and are also studying about the four food states. We are learning long division. We wish you all a merry Christmas and a happy New Year. Mrs. Huntley's fourth grade: We are learning to give oral reports using notes, and writ- ten reports. Sam Cox brought a Christmas tree, but did not get in on the decorating as he was ill. We enjoyed mak- ing gifts for our parents. Mrs. Kadell and Mrs. Ivie: We made Christmas decora- tions, and spent much time getting ready for the Christ- mas program. Mrs. Sloan's fifth grade: We have finished our studies of the Northeastern States in social studies, and hope we did well on our test. We made pres- ents for our parents which we hope they will enjoy. Welearn- ed about painting and taking responsibility while we were at it[ Our Twelve Days of Christmas bulletin board was complete and we enjoyed sing- ing each new verse as it was put up. From all the teachers: We hope you have a merry Christ- mas and a happy New Year. Band Choir Pastors' Training Mcefijv/gooholism is an illness and a Scheduled For Corr,00lis ppbliheTphi::verm::m;equireln describing the work of the IS Reassigned Alcohol Rehabilitation Section, The 1964 Oregon Pastors and Lay Leaders Training Confer- ence is scheduled to be held on the Oregon State University campus, Jan. 20 through 24. The individual and his church in a changing society willbe empha- sized at this annual five day training session, says Dorris Roy, County Extension Agent. his church. , conference executive commit- According to Mrs. Roy, con= tee include the Rev. GeorgeDick ference delegates will partici- of Portland, Director of Ore- pate in three basic courses: gon Council of Churches; Rt. The Individual in Society; Ag- Rev. Damian Jentges, O.S.B., riculture and Forestry in Ore- St. Bennedict, Abbet, Mr. Angel gon's Economy and A Leader- Abbey; and Mrs. Mabel Mack, ship Seminar. In addition,par- Assistant Director, OSU Exten- ticipants may choose one of the sign Service. This sponsoring elective courses, Religion and church and lay organizations The conference is planned for the Novel, the Older American include: pastors, priests and churchand community leaders who are vit- ally interested in the rural and urban church. The training conference, a successor to the Town and Country Church Conferences, is designed to send partici- pants home with skills and in- formation for dealing with the problems of the individual and OS Cooperative Ex- and Communication. tension Service, Oregon Council of Churches and other Roman Recreation training, a film Catholic and ProtestantGroups, form and a presentation of sac- red music by the Choraiaires, The United Church Women of Corvallis a n d Archdioce- an OSU student vocal group are included in the evening ses- son Council of Cathollc Women sions, will arrange housing in private homes for conferencedelegates The conference opens at 1 if desired. Programs with p.m. Monday, Jan. 20 and ad- complete details of the cortfer- Journs early Friday afternoon, ence and pre-registration Jan. 24. The conference pro- forms are available at the Coun-  rides an opportunity for clergy ty ExtensBo00jT00cei} n and laymen todiscussproblems of mutual concern relating to the church and community life and to study the economics and socialogical factors affecting Mr. and Mrs. Everett Small the community. Classes wlll and three children had Christ- include help in educational mas with Mrs. Small s brother, methods and processes of work- Immm, m,o which is Mr. and Mrs. Cary Mcintosh ing with people in developing and family of Newberg. leadership. Reverend Cyril Dorsett, Mr. and Mrs. Douwe Mel- Newberg, is conference chair- lema's guests for Christmas man. Other members of the dinner were Elsie and Russell Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. George 150 Youths Gardner. r uro"ram and Aaron Hinman of the local Oddfellow lodge visited the McMinnville lodge Friday Methodist Sunday school night, Dec. 20. prog z, wit more child .] p zrt: :ipating Dec. 22 at the church. program, with more than 150 children participating Was held The adult and Junior choirs sang and a play, written by It 4t  or tradesman Mrs. Ernest Davenport, with em your f*mt wa]l or several adults taking part, was On yo1t  yOU gm presented. lle  g. Bnt  The M e t h o d I s t Church M llablllty   Christmas Eve service was yOU full and o0mplete  presented and the choir per- tecUcm  etly [- formed "The Christmas Tri- mtL And it Is one  the bute". Music Was augmented ehttIt lad of  by a film strip showing Christ- to bu. Let Im tell you mo mas paintings of the great mas- about it. ters. Call 843-4764 LOlL HAMSTREET A. ,. INBU][OE '' ]st Wednesday Eugene McKinley ....... W.M. Melvin Agee ........ secretary WALTER HOFFMAN and GOD'S VOLUNTEERS Will appear at.. .......... SALT CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH This youthful, dynamic, internationally-known team will re- turn to the area JANUARY 5..12, 1964. Inspiring music and messages will be presented each evening at 7:30 P.M, Sunday through Stmday. If you like young people, you'll love GOD'S VOLUNTEERS. Everyone cordially welcome! Church located on Salt Creek Road, off of Highway 22,west of the Dallas June.. t lon. Rev. C. H. Walth, Pastor 623-2976. he said that his group advocates LACKLAND AFB, Tax.-Air- a broad total program of educa- man Lyle A. Hubbard, son of tion and rehabilitation which Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hubbard of would include the problem Wiliamina, is being reassigned drinker and his family, the lay public, professional people and youth of the community. At- tempts to help the problem drinker must involve the total community. This is not Just a problem for the police, the pastor, the physician, or the mental health clinic. To sup- port this view, he pointed out that only five Per cent of the alcoholic population is the skid- row resident. The rest of the problem drinkers come from homes and communities suchas McMinnville. He estimated that there are 36,000 alcoholics in the state of Oregon. Sheridanite Set On Board Independence dairyman Mar- vin Jenkins was re-elected board member and president for a three-year term at the Polk County Dairy Herd Im- provement association annual to Sheppard AFB, Tex., for technical training as a United States Air Force air freight specialist. Airman Hubbard, who enlist- ed in the Air Force a short time ago, has completed his initial basic military training here. Botulism Brings ,Warning On Home Canned Food The Yamhill County Health Department today warned coun- ty residents to take precau- tions in using home canned foods. Due to insufficient proces- sing these foods may contain botulism, a form of food pois- oning which is almost always fatal, a department spokesman said. While the state has not had a botulism case this year, the nation as a whole has experlen- Leffel, Polk county extension agent. Other officers andboard members areJim Kinkaid of Sa- lem, vice-president; James De- Jong of Sheridan, Jack Bakker of Amity and Earle Schoono- ver of Dallas. Joe Carr is the county supervisor. meeting Dee. 10 at the county ced the most cases since 1947. fairgrounds, according to Jchn Botulism is most frequently found in non-acid home can- ned vegetables such as green beans, peas and corn. Botulism is caused by a germ commonly found in the soil. These germs are quite resis- tant to heat, therefore the ne- cessity for processing canned foods at high temperature for a long period, the spokesman said. The botulism germ grows best in the absence of air which accounts for their development in sealed Jars and cans. The germs produce apoison- ous toxin in the canned food and it is this toxin which causes serious illness and usually death. Symptoms of this type of food poisoning usually ap- pear within 18 hours after eat- ing food containing the toxin and include headache, weakness. AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY Lily Suhs ........ President Callie Heider ........ SeCo Visiting members Welconm Meets 2nd and 4th Mondays urday night guests of his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Keas. On Sunday, another nep- hew, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ovi- at1 of Portland was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blair and children of Kelso were and constipation followed by weekend guests of his mother, paralysis. Mrs. Floy Blair. The toxin is easily destroyed by heat. Therefore, home can- ned vegetables may be rendered safe by bringing them to a boil for a period of 10 minutes before serving. The practice of tasting can- ned vegetables before heating should be avoided. F .... ........ ) i Bkthday Calendar ! Sheridan High School Com- munity Birthday Calendar sends greetings this week to Art He- bert, Bill Krauthoefer, Anna Yoder, Susan Chamberlain, Stan Latham, Linnea Davenport, .Manvil Lein, Norma Hebert, Lynn Williams, Diane Hayes, Daryl Monk and wedding con- gratulations to Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Yocom and Mr. and Mrs. Art Reid. OPTOMETRIST Office In Hamstmot BIlL South Bridge Street 843-68'/1 Thursdays 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Saturdays 2 P.M. to 6 P.M. @ zveatnw bS Antment be better than the present in- stallation. Mr. and Mrs. James Simon- son and children of Lakeview Action was taken bythecoun- are visiting his parents, Mr. cil on complaints of bicycles and Mrs. Toivo Simonson and being parked on sidewalks in the family. They joined with oth-' downtown area. Police have er members of the family in been instructed to enforce abi- Astoria for Christmas at the cycle ordinance prohibiting home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil sidewalk parking. Simonson. Compliance With fire regu- iations will complete the pro- cess for obtaining a permit on his proposed bike and hobby shop at 174 Gentry street for L. E. Thompson, the council decided. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Veachand Virginia drove to Scappoose Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Truman Veach. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Oviatl of Vancouver, Wash. were Sat- Dimas called for the need for communities to develop an at, mosphere whereby the problem drinker can recognize that al- to serve Willamina'spoliceand Mrs. William Amman and fire departments, was approved children of San Francisco ar- 'Parent' Bugs Willamina Man week bythe city council, rived Saturday for anindefi- A satisfactory trial period nite visit with her parents, proved the new equipment to Mr. and Mrs. John Moroney. IMT Stock President E. R. Dean of Ore- gon Washington Telephone com- pany reported this week that United Utilities, Inc., the par- ent company, has extended its investments in independent telephone properties with the purchase of 45 per cent of the common stock of Inter-Moun- tain Telephone company which operates aDroximately 130,000 telephones through 45 ex- changes in western Virginia and eastern Tennessee. in commenting on the cash transaction, C. A. Scupin, pres- ident of United Utilities, Inc., said, "We are ff0nfident that United's stockholders will ap- plaud the decision togain great- er geographical diversification through this investment in tele- phone property in two additional states." United previously had operated in 1G states. HI-WAY THEATRE I I WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY-DEC. 25-26 The perfect family show for Christmas including a romp through DISNEYLAND in 00FORTY POUNDS OF TROUBLE" in color Continuous Christmas Day from 2 to 12 Thursday at 7 & 9 FRIDAY & SATURDAY-DEC. 27-28 Two big hits on the same program "ISLAND OF LOVE" PLUS-Sandra Dee and Peter Fonda in "TAMMY and THE DOCTOR" both in color ""---GALA NEW YEAR'S EVE SHOW 3 - BIG FEATURES - 3 "THE COUNT of MONTE CRISTO 00THE YOUNG SAVAGES" .do.e.m,dnigh, *MARY HAD A LITTLE" show Starts at 8:00-all seats $1.00 Published Every Thursday by THE SHERIDAN PUBLISHING COMPANY Second Class Postage Paid At Sheridan, Oregon | Fnn$eeneHeHHeeHeenueeHHeennnnnnnHnMnnnneHennuHnnnH bilitation Section of the'Oregon grape and wine-making area of Mental Health Division. California. tar-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W.P. WILLAMINA - Purchase of Clore and family. a 100-watt base radio station, m meeting of the Yamhill County east ofModesto,22miles south- - Mental Health Division was east of Stockton and only 90 ." George C. Dimas, Director of miles from San Francisco. It -- the Alcohol Studies and Reha- is nearly in the heart of the -'church is located on the Salt Due License - Creek road, near Highway 22, - just a short distance west of -" the Dallas Junction. Church Scheduled to complete his -" signs along the highway willdi- California FuneralDirectorand i rect newcomers. Embalmer's Apprenticeship and receive his license by late Mental Health June of 1964isOttoW. Heider, Jr., now at the Deegan Funeral chapel at 1441 San Jcaquin ) Speaker Heard street, Escalon, Calif. He is son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto W. Heider o Sheridan. " " Heider reports Escalon is -= Guest speaker at the monthly approximately II miles north- served as assistant priest and a choir of 12 voices was from the Jesuit Novitiate from Sher- idan. Mr. and Mrs. Papen now have Ex-Resident Willamina Set neth Shank. Mrs.  Robert Blair of Albu- To Buy Uni| querque, N. M. arrived Dec. 17 to spend the Christmas hol- Idays with her brother and sis- Each winner receives a $I00 Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Fast savings bond and will represent and Mr. and Mrs. Neufeld of the MeMinnville ledge in state Dallas were Sunday dinner competition next year. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ken- Sheridan High School band and choir presented their an- nual Christmas concert Mon- day evening, Dec. 16, in the high school cafetorium, with Robert Belieu directing both groups. The 45-piece band played a group of selections, amongthem being the all-time Christmas favorites. There were 58 voices in the choir, which sang nine selections. Charlotte Cast, Donna and Judy Sloan played piano accompaniment for the choir. Elaborate Christmas decora- tions and lighting effects were 1 used on stage for the concert, 1 On both sides of the floor were i decorated Christmas trees. I Phone C0mpang