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Milestones Statesman-Journal, Salem, Oregon Saturday, January 17, 1987 Page 2B. Weddings Sherman Linda and Daniel Box Goff - Gilbert Kandis Kaye Goff of Beaverton and Randal Lynn Gilbert of Salem were married Dec. 13 in Pioneer Church, Salem. The Rev. Everett Payton officiated. Parents of the couple are Richard R. and Louise E. Goff of Beaverton and Richard A. and Marcella J. Gilbert of Turner. Honor attendant was Susan Goff, sister-in-law of the bride. Bridesmaid was Debra Herring. Best man was Timothy Gilbert, brother of the bridegroom. Groomsman was Rick Goff, brother of the bride. Flower girl was Joy Goff, niece of the bride, and ringbearer was Jeremiah Gilbert, nephew of the bridegroom. The couple will live in Salem. The bridegroom is a farmer for Norpac Foods Inc., and the bride is an administrative assistant at Pearsoft Inc. Luth - Murphy Constance Marie Luth of Salem and Terrence James Murphy of Corvallis were married Dec. 19 at Queen of Peace Catholic Church in Salem. The Rev. John Betts officiated. Parents of the couple are Douglas J. and Diane E. Luth and James and Carol Murphy, all of Salem. Honor attendant was Colleen M. Luth, sister of the bride. Bridesmaid was Lisa Murphy, sister of the bridegroom. Best man was Don Kerzel. Groomsman was Gregory A. Luth, brother of the bride. Ushers were Steven J. Luth, brother of the bride, and Robin Murphy, brother of the bridegroom. Candlelighter was Amy Peyton. The couple will live in Corvallis. Both are students at Oregon State University. Births SALEM HOSPITAL (General Unit) CASTRO To Mario and Nancy Castro, 2540 Broadway NE, a son, Jan. 14. CHEUN To Suvuthy and Aun Cheun, 4342 Lancaster Drive NE, a son, Jan. 16. DUNN To Dan and Cherryl Dunn, 3930 Manor Drive NE, a son, Jan. 16. ECK To Michael and Laurie Eck, 263 SW Twin Oaks Creek, Corvallis, a son, Jan. 15. ELMORE To John Elmore and Elizabeth Veysey-Elmore, 4872 Serra Court NE, a daughter, Jan. 15. HECHT To Kevin and Tammy Hecht, 372 SW Donald St., Dallas, a son, Jan. 16. HERRINGTON To David and Shelly Herrington, 2120 Lowen St. NW, a daughter Jan 15. JOHNS To Harley and Ruby Johns, 4233 Noon Ave. NE, a son, Jan. 1 5. KUENZI - To Arthur and Mary Kuen-zi, 7975 Spring Valley Road NW, a son, Jan. 16. LANG To Jeffrey and Claudia Lang, 4840 WB Post Drive NE, a daughter, Jan. 16. PRZYBYLOWSKI - To Daniel and Moi-ra Przybylowsi, 569 23rd St. NE, a son, Jan. 16. RODRIGUEZ To Julian and Irma Rodriguez, 208 E. Cleveland St., Woodburn, a son, Jan. 16. Salem Today SATURDAY NIGHT LIFE Phil Diy, 6:15 915 p.m., McNary Dining Room, 6255 River Road N, Keizer. Background piano. Strati Shooler, 8-11 pm., Macleay Country Inn, 836? Macleay Road SE Western. Ron KllrJt t Kevin Sodaritrom, 9 p m. 1 a.m., McLane s Restaurant & Lounge, 3803 Commercial St SE. Jui and dance music. Family Tradition, 9 p m.-2 am, Prime Country, 3815 Stale St. Country-Western. THEATER "Aritnlc and Old Lac," 8:15 p m , Pentacle Theater $fi 50 Tickets, 370 SHOW. ACTIVITIES Oregon wine and Food Festival, 10 a m 9 p m., Jackman-Long Building, Oregon State Fairgrounds. Adults $2 50, children and senior citizens $2, children under 10 tree. Salem Public Library: Saturday preschool story -Box f Linda Ruth Sherman of Stay-ton and Daniel Warren Box of Salem were married Dec. 27 in the Stayton United Methodist Church. The Rev. Michael Powell officiated, and the Rev. Kent Olney interpreted the ceremony into American Sign Language. Parents of the couple are David and Audrey Sherman of Stayton and Paul and Karen Box of Salem. Honor attendant was Michelle Lee Newsum, and best man was David Paul Box, brother of the bridegroom. Ushers were Vincent Trejo Jr. and Thomas Snodgrass. Candle-lighter was Emily Carol Sherman, sister of the bride. Jenny Marie Wiernert sang, and Heather-Ann Sherman, sister of the bride, interpreted the song. The couple will live in Salem. The bridegroom is a student at Chemeketa Community College, and the bride is a teaching assistant at McKay High School. i i ' ' 'i Kandis and Randal Gilbert rAjf.y''1 Constance and Terrence Murphy THORNWALL - To Daryl and Cathy Thornwall, 5495 Arcade Ave. NE, Keizer, a daughter, Jan. 16. GOOD SAMARITAN HOSPITAL, Corvallis GANGESTAD - To Bill and Sharon J. Gangestad, 2087 Highway 20 NW, Albany, a daughter, Jan. 10. RAMPTON - To Mark E. and Alice H. Rampton, 927 Chipmunk Place, Corvallis, a son, Jan. 10. STRICKLER To Brenda S. Strickler, 409 Ferry Road, Space 37, Siletz, a daughter, Jan. 11. YEH-CHEN - To Jungshung J. Yeh and Tsefang S. Chen, 1682 Del Wo Ave. SE, Albany, a son, Jan. 11. LEBANON COMMUNITY HOSPITAL MYRONENKO To Larry and Kathy Myronenko, 28220 Santiam Highway, Sweet Home, a son, Jan. 7. PEOIGO To Lee and Kimberly Pedigo, 3141 Lupine St., Lebanon, a son, Jan. 10. SCHULTZ To Paul and Charlene Schultz, 34537 Fry Road, Albany, a son, Jan. 10. GIVEN-BARRETT - To John Barrett and Robin Given, 32000 Pineway Road, Apt. 12, Lebanon, a daughter, Jan. 11. BAYLOCK To Fred and Teressa Bay-lock, 345 18th St., Sweet Home, a son, Jan. 12. SILVERTON COMMUNITY HOSPITAL KERBY - To David and Phyllis Ker-by, 2064 Kennedy Circle NE, Salem, a son, Jan. 7. time 10 30 11 am., Saturday special story time 11:15 1145 a.m.: "The Borruwers"; both in Children's Activity Room. Ollnger Pool: adult lap swim noon-1 p m., open recreational pool 1-4 p m. Details, 588 6261. Chemektli Community College: "Kids Astronomy Show" 2 p.m., "Mysteries ot the Solar System and Beyond" 7:30 p m., both In planetarium, Building 2. Admission tor each, adults $1, children 50 cents, family rate $2 50. under age 7 tree. HISTORICAL Slate Capitol, 8 a m.-5 p m. Visitors Services Office open same hours. Minion Mill Village and Woolen Mill Museum, 10am.-4:30p.m 1313 Mill St.SE. Marlon Museum ol History, 1:30 4 30 pm , and tours by appointment, errlrance 1313 Mill St. SE. Details. 364-2128. Bush House Museum, 2-5 p .m,, Tuesday Sunday, 600 Mission St. SE. Details, 363-4714. Events lo be Included In Salem Today musl be submitted In writing to the Staleiman-Journal, P.O. Boi 13009, Salem. On. 97309, tl least four days Ml advance of the event. T .f 1 1 Anniversaries Gladys and Roscoe Bell Roscoe and Gladys Bell WOODBURN Roscoe E. and Gladys K. Bell celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary Jan. 3 at the Woodburn Senior Estates Club House. Hosts were the couple's children and children's spouses, Paul and Janet Bell of State College, Pa., Earnest and Katherine Bell of Springfield, Charles and Winifred Payne of Klamath Falls and Gordon and Connie Bell of Sandy, Utah. Roscoe E. Bell and Gladys K. Kerns were married Jan. 30, 1927, in Pullman, Wash. He was a public land adminstrator, and she was a musician and homemaker. They are both retired. Both are active in the Woodbum United Methodist Church, the Alaska Club of the Willamette Valley and the Wood-burn Alaska Club. The family includes nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Esther and Emery Oentel Emery and Esther Dentel Emery and Esther Dentel of Rickreall will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday in the Pringle Park Community Hall. They request no gifts. Family and friends are invited. Hosts of the celebration will be their daughter and son-in-law, Kathy and Jake Fleck of Salem. Emery Dentel and Esther Lund-borg were married Jan. 16, 1937. He is a retired machinist from Willamina Plywood, and she is retired from the state Department of Agriculture. He isa volunteer for the American Red Cross, and she was a volunteer for Salem Hospital. Their family also includes Jim Dentel of Bend and three grandchildren. Chester and Roberta Boyce Chester R. and Roberta Jean Boyce of Salem celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary at a surprise reception, hosted by their daughters, Jan. 10 at Pringle Community Hall. Chester R. Boyce and Roberta Jean Spencer were married Jan. 8, 1947, in Washington state. He owned Chester Boyce Construction, and she was a supervisor for the Department of Motor Vehicles. Both are retired. The couple's children and children's spouses are James and Jeri Miller of Salem and Charles and Judith Woodring of Sandusky, Ohio. The family also includes four grandchildren. Military Roundup Air Force Staff Sgt. John E. Kuhni. son of John T, and Dorys J, Kuhns, Silverton, has arrived in Turkey for duty with the 2006th Information Systems Group. He Is a record communications maintenance technician, Army Pvt. Gary A. Rada, son of Betty A. Nelson, Salem, has arrived In West Germany for duty with the U.S. 8th Infantry Division. He is an armored-vehicle mechanic. Obituaries Robert J. Sherwood MARION Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Weddle mortuary, Stayton, for Robert J. Sherwood, 63, of Marion, who died Thursday. Private interment will be in Lone Oaks Cemetery, Stayton. He was born in Silverton and was a mill worker with Linn Timber Co., Lyons. He was a member of Jefferson Post, Viiterans of Foreign Wars. Survivors include his wife, Helen; daughter, Marlene Roles, Lebanon; sons, Robert J. Jr., Mill City, David, Ventura, Calif., and Paul, Anchorage, Alaska; and sisters, Ethel Root, Portland, Evangeline Rose, Salem, and Hazel Bailey, Marion. Contributions may be made to the VFW Jefferson Post. William 'Bill' Risseeuw WILLAMINA - William "Bill" Risseeuw, 88, of Willamina, died Friday. Service will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Nazarene Church, Grand Ronde, and interment in Green Crest Memorial Park, Sheridan, under direction of Adamson mortuary, Sheridan. Homer I. Thompson Homer I. Thompson, 71, of Salem, died Friday. Bom in Rocky, Okla., he moved to Salem in 1974 from Seattle. He was a retired factory representative for Stauffer Chemical Co. in Seattle and an engineer for Salem Laundry until he retired in 1978. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge. Surviving are his wife, Barbara; son, Gene, Scotts Valley, Calif.; and sister, Fay Hodgins, and mother, Effie Anderson, both of Oklahoma City. There will be no services, and interment will be private, under direction of Virgil T. Golden mortuary. Contributions may be made to the Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children, Portland. Alexander S. Rohling Alexander Sebastian Rohling, infant son of Ira and Mary Rohling of Mil-waukie, died Wednesday. In addition to his parents, he is survived by his brother, Peter; and grandparents, the Rev. Elvin and Mary Bjork, Salem, and Bud and Frances " Rohling, Manila, the Philippines. Private graveside services will be today in City View Cemetery here, under direction of Howell-Edwards-Doerksen mortuary. Linda Nellie Wing WILLAMINA Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Monday in Green Crest Memorial Park, Sheridan, for Linda Nellie Wing, 74, of Willamina, who died Tuesday. Arrangements are by the Adamson mortuary, Sheridan. Ada Schlegel Reeser ALBANY Ada Schlegel Reeser, 83, of Albany, died Thursday. She was born in Nampa, Idaho, and moved to a farm east of Albany as a child. She attended Midway School and worked in the Albany area at Hamilton's Department Store, the Linn Creamery and J. C. Penney, and, with her husband, owned and operated the Reeser Creamery until 1965. She was a charter member of the South Albany Community Church and the Our Day to Eat Club. Survivors include her daughters, Laura Lee Clum, Albany, and Carol Nan Shelton, Tokyo; son, Willis Edward, San Luis Obispo, Calif.; and sisters, Anna Heyerly, Albany, and Sadie Reeser, Turlock, Calif. Visitation will be from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday at Fisher mortuary. Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday in the South Albany Community Church, and private interment will be in Willamette Memorial Park. Contributions may be made to OMS International in care of the mortuary. Deaths Elsewhere Edward Kuekes CLEVELAND (AP) - Edward D. Kuekes, 85, who won a Pulitzer Prize in 1953 for editorial cartooning, died Tuesday. His winning cartoon, "Aftermath," depicts two GIs carrying a fallen comrade on a stretcher across a frozen landscape. One GI asks, "Wonder if he voted?" Replies the other, "No, He wasn't old enough." Kuekes won the prize while at the Cleveland Plain Dealer, where he worked for 44 years until his retirement in 1966. John Garwood AUSTIN (AP) - John Garwood, 90, a former justice of the state Supreme Court, died Thursday. Garwood practiced law in Texas from 1933 to 1948, when then-Gov. Beauford Jester appointed him to the Texas Supreme Court. He retired from the court 10 years later. Garwood's wife, Ellen, attracted national attention in 1985 when she donated $65,000 toward purchase of a helicopter for the Contra rebels fighting Nicaragua's Sandinista government. The couple were also in the news last year after sending telegrams to members of Congress threatening to withhold campaign contributions from those who voted to override President Reagan's veto of sanctions against South Africa. James Paul Grizzel JEFFERSON James Paul Grizzel, 88, of Jefferson, died Friday. He was born in Sand Ridge, W.Va., and moved to the Jefferson area in 1934. He was a coal miner and farmer, and was a member of Lancaster Bible Church, Salem. Survivors include his son, Charles, Albany; stepdaughter, Pauline Lambert, Salem; brother, Robert, Terre Haute, Ind.; half-brothers, E. W. Grizzel, Sandy Level, Errette Grizzel, Jolo, W.Va., and Speedy Grizzel, in Florida; and sister, Dixie Gaylord, Yuma, Ariz. Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Monday in Jefferson Cemetery, under direction of Fisher mortuary, Albany. Contributions may be made to the Emergency Medical Technicians in the Jefferson Fire Department. Marvin G. Kuykendall PORTLAND Marvin G. Kuykendall, 86, of Portland, died Thursday. He was born and reared in Yamhill, and was a construction worker on highways and bridges. He moved to Portland in the 1940s and worked as an electrician in the shipyards during World War II. He also worked for Timber Structures Inc. in Portland as a carpenter until he retired. He was a member of the Christian Church in YamhiU. He is survived by his wife, Alladyne; sons, Marvin K. "Glenn" and Carl, both of Portland; and daughter, Catherine Berry, Roseburg. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Monday at Macy & Son mortuary, McMinn-ville. Interment will be private. . Stephen Morreale SWEET HOME Stephen Morreale, 72, of Sweet Home died Friday. He was born in Amsterdam, N.Y., and came here in 1978. He was a chef and was a member of St. Helen Catholic Church. Surviving are his sisters, Jennie Vi-dulich and Lena Rusick, both of Amsterdam, and Nancy Lasky, Fredonia, N.Y.; and brothers, Frank, Sweet Home, James, Broadalbin, N.Y., Joseph, Middletown, Conn., and Albert, Amsterdam. Visitation will be from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Steckly-Tracewell mortuary. Graveside services will be at 1:30 p.m. Monday in Gilliland Cemetery. ... Ola Ida Robertson Ola Ida Robertson, 96, of Salem died Thursday. She was born in Independence and had lived here for the past 26 years. She was hospitalized in Eugene a year ago. She was a member of the Friends Church of South Salem. Survivors include her son, Howard, Scio; and daughter, Jean Clark, Eugene. Services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Weddle mortuary, Stayton. Interment will be in Lone Oaks Cemetery there. Theron A. Ted' Tibbot Theron 'A. "Ted" Tibbot, 75, of Salem, died Friday. Born in Ontario, Calif., he was a. longtime resident of Salem after moving from Portland. He was a retired district manager for the Pennzoil Corp. and an Army Air Force veteran of World War II. He was a member of the Masons in Los Angeles and the Elks in Salem. Surviving is his wife, Patricia A.. Visitation will be from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday and 9 a.m. to noon Monday at Howell-Edwards-Doerksen morturary. Private graveside services will be Monday in Belcrest Memorial Park. Contributions may be made to the Oregon Diabetes Association. Mary Mildred Smith DAYTON - Mary Mildred Smith, 79, of Dayton died Friday. Arrangements are pending at Scott-McGhehey mortuary, McMinnville. Douglas Sirk RUVIGLIANA, Switzerland (AP) Director Douglas Sirk, 86, whose Hollywood melodramas included "Magnificent Obsession" and "Written on the Wind," died Wednesday. Sirk began as a journalist, then became an actor and went on to direct productions in Hamburg and other German cities. He switched to the prominent UFA film company in 1934 to escape Nazi theater censorship. His American directing debut was the 1942 film "Hitler's Madman." He made Rock Hudson a star with "Mag-' nificent Obsession" and worked with Barbara Stanwyck, Jane Wyman and many other stars. Other films included "All I Desire" (1953), "There's Always Tomorrow" (1965) and "Written on the Wind" (1956). Joseph Albert Novak SCAPPOOSE (AP) - Joseph Albert Novak, 89, the father of actress Kim Novak, died Thursday. Born in Chicago on March 30, 1897, Novak was of Czechoslovakian descent. He served in World War I and taught history after the war.He married Blanche Krai in 1928, and subsequently worked for the Milwaukee Road railroad in Chicago. They had two daughters, Arleen and Marilyn, who later adopted the first name Kim as an actress. Mayme Sather WOODBURN - Mayme Sather, 80, of Woodburn died Thursday. She was born in Velva, N.D., came to Oregon in 1942 and came here in 1961. She was a member of St. Luke Catholic Church. Surviving are her daughters, Betty Mack, Tigard, and Julie Eckstein, La Grande; and sister, Evelyn Tjon, Twin Valley, Minn. Memorial Mass will be at 10 a.m. Monday in St. Luke Catholic Church. Interment will be in the church cemetery, under direction of Comwell mortuary. Wilma Downing-Vargas PHILOMATH - Wilma June Downing-Vargas, 48, of Philomath died Thursday. She was born in Prairie Grove, Ark., and at age 7 moved with her family to Mossyrock, Wash. She moved to Ed-dyville, where she attended high school. She later moved to the Corvallis area. She was a licensed practical nurse. Survivors include her son, Raymond Downing, Corvallis; daughters, Lisa Carter and Helen Downing, both of Corvallis, and Jeannie Davis, Upland, Calif.; father, Clifford Ford, Stillwell, Okla.; mother, Mildred Wooley, Mesa, Ariz.; brother, Bill Ford, Vancouver, Wash., and sisters, Mary Ginochio, Yuba City, Calif., Thelma Rutledge, Overland Park, Kan., and Joyce Lambhart, Riverside, Calif. Memorial services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Walnut Chapel, Corvallis. Private interment will be in Eddyville Cemetery, under direction of McHenry mortuary, Corvallis. Contributions may be made to Sunflower House in care of the mortuary. Dorothy M. Duncan KEIZER Dorothy M. Duncan, 74, of Keizer, died Friday. ' Bom in Wagner, S.D., she came here in 1958 from Albany. She was a cook at the Marion County Juvenile Detention Center for 10 years, and was a member of St. Edward Catholic Church. Surviving are her sons, Joseph Cheney, Denver, and Leeroy Cheney, Elmira; daughter, Mary Cheney, Keizer; brother, Clifford Reandeau, War-road, Minn.; and sister, Sister Dolorita Reandeau, Omaha, Neb. Rosary will be at 7 p.m. Sunday at Keizer mortuary. Mass will be at 10 a.m. Monday in St. Edward Catholic Church, and vault interment in St. Barbara's Cemetery, Salem. Contributions may be made to the Diabetes Association of Oregon. Delia P. Erickson SHERIDAN - Delia P. Erickson, 82, of Sheridan died Thursday. Born in Birch Tree, Mo., she moved to Oregon in the 1920s and came here in the 1940s. She was a homemaker. Survivors include her husband, Isa-dor; sons, Dennis and Norman, both of Sheridan; and sister, Peggy Cowling, Seattle. Graveside services will be at 3:30 today in Evergreen Memorial Park, McMinnville. Arrangements are by Macy & Son mortuary there. Alberta M. Evans Alberta M. Evans, 82, of Salem died Friday. She was born in Belgrade, Mont., and came here 10 years ago from Modesto, Calif. Surviving are her daughter, Alice J. Nelson, Salem; sisters, Alice Warner, Jackson, Calif., Zola Esgar, Albany, and Calla McVay, Pasco, Wash.; and brothers, Llos Parker, Willow Creek, Mont., and Lester Parker, Stockton, Calif. Services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Virgil T. Golden mortuary. Interment will be at 1:30 p.m. Friday in Pioneer Cemetery, Modesto, Calif. Claude L 'Sid' Graves Claude L. "Sid" Graves, 65, of Salem died Friday. Services are pending at the Howell-Edwards-Doerkson mortuary. Funerals Today BENINQ, Vilas Walter "Ben," 74, Newport, 2 p.m., Bateman mortuary, Newport. B0G8TAD, Philip L, 77, Salem, 3 p.m., St. Joseph Catholic Church. BROWN, Ernest J. "Brownie," 76, McMinnville, 1 p.m., United Methodist Church, McMinnville. CARTER, Homer L, 66, Salem, 9 a.m., St. Joseph Catholic Church. CAVITT, Waller T., 70, Amity, 1 p.m., Macy & Son mortuary, McMinnville. CONVERSE, Paul Clyde, 78, Corvallis, 11 a.m., Albany Alliance Church; 3 p.m., Noti Sailor Cemetery, Notl, DAVIDSON, Barbara J., 81, Stayton, 10:30 a.m., Sacred Heart Catholic Church, ' Gervais. ERICKSON, Delia P., 82, Sheridan, 3:30 p.m., Evergreen Memorial Park, McMinnville. HAHN, Clarence J., 82, Woodburn, 10:30 a.m., Simon mortuary, Woodburn, HOWARD, Donald R 59, Corvallis, 11 a.m., Good Samaritan Episcopal Church, Corvallis. LEE, Yoshl, 51, Salem, 1:30 p.m., Virgil T. Golden mortuary. MacRAE, Paulina E 90, Woodburn, 2 p.m., Hope Lutheran Church, Woodburn, MEANEY, Robert J., 55, Lyons, 3:30 p.m., Virgil T, Golden mortuary, Salem. NORTON, Eltli Irani, 62, Brownsville, 10 a.m., Fisher mortuary, Albany. SCOTT, Alan Roy, 34, Sheridan, 11 a.m., Adamson mortuary, Sheridan. STAMPER, Clarence, Sheridan, 2 p.m., Green Crest Memorial Park, Sheridan. J

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