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Salem, Oregon
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Statesman-Journal, Salem, Oregon Thursday, October 29, 1987 Milestones Page2B. People notebook Happenings Obituaries Forums will discuss concerns of aging In Dreoaration for the 1988 Governor's Con ference on Aging, the Mid-Willamette Valley Senior Services Agency's advisory council plans several public forums in the Mid-Willamette Valley during November. The focus will be on important current and fu ture issues facing the aged and disabled, agency spokeswoman Elise Lunas said. The lntormai, two-nour discussions win give area residents an opportunity lu uibluso u most Dressine needs of elderly and disabled peo ple, she said. Topics may include such subjects as health, transportation, comprehensive care services, mental health and insurance. "These concerns will be taken to the Gover nor's Conference by local delegates and used to shaDe Dolicv decisions and develop a plan ol ac tion tn address these needs in Oregon," Lunas said. All forums will be from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. on the following dates and locations, listed by town. Salem: Tuesday, Salem Public Library. Woodburn: Nov. 5, PGE Building. McMinnville: Nov. 10, McMinnville Commu nity Center. Dallas: Nov. 12, folk County uourtnouse. Daughters of Nile honor officers Members of the Salem Daughters of the Nile Club will be hostesses at a noon luncheon Mon day at the Scottish Rite Temple honoring two of the statewide organization's officers. Visiting will be Nile queen Dorothy Hargrave and princess royal Joy McCarter, both ot Nydia Temple No. 4 in Portland. The Daughters of the Nile organization contributes more than $1 million annually to its convalescent relief fund for S1 -44 4 0 .sawewii Dorothy Hargrave the purchase of braces, artificial limbs and other prostheses needed by the shriners Hospitals tor Crippled Children, Salem president Roberta Nichols said. The Shriners operate 19 hospitals and three burn institutes with never a charge for the care and treatment of a child, she said. At the Shriners Hospital in Portland, Nile club members from around the state volunteer thousands of hours and donate gifts, toys and necessities, she said. YMCA schedules fall classes The Salem Family YMCA's fall classes begin Monday for all ages and skill levels and includes special needs activities, according to Cliff Lawrence, director of physical education and health enhancement. In the Y swim program, classes include 1,2,3 and grow for ages 6 months to 3 and a parent; pre-school classes for ages 2-5; progressive swim instruction for ages 6-14; a variety of adult swim classes; aerobic swim; aqua fitness; aquacise; and an aquatic arthritis program. Fitness and health enhancement classes in clude Y's wav to physical fitness; Y dance aero bics; low-impact aerobics; strength training and conditioning; Y-walkerswalking club; stretch and tone; active older adults; pre-post-natalyou and me baby; Y's way to weight management; Y's way to stress management; Y s way to healthy back; Kundalini yoga; and ski fitness. Beginning and intermediate racquetball and martial arts classes are available for adults and youth. The Y gymnastics' program includes pre school gymnastics for ages 3-5; progressive gym nastics for ages 6-18; competitive gymnastics; and rally squad for high school and middle school boys and girls. Ballet and jazz instruction is available for ages 4 through adult. A brochure listing class details is available at the YMCA main desk, 685 Court St. NE, Salem. More information may be obtained at 399-2755. Group plans holiday craft sale WOODBURN - The third annual holiday craft sale by the French Prairie Historical So ciety will be this weekend at historic Settlemier House, 355 N Settlemier Ave. The free event will be from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. ramungs, scuipiure, ceramics ana cratts in wood, plastic, yarn and cloth by artists and craftsmen from around the state will be dis played and offered for sale, according to general chairwoman Carol Breck. Proceeds from the craft sale will go toward preservation and maintenance of Jesse Settle- mier's mansion which is listed on the National Register of Historical Sites. The 98-year-old house is owned and operated by the non-profit French Prairie Historical So ciety. Kay Apley Salem today The following evants ire open to the public. YWCA ROUNDTABLE "Women and Education: New Opportunities Through the Welfare Reform Bill, and Others" will be the discussion topic for the Salem YWCA Roundtable from noon to 1 p.m. Friday at the YW, 768 State St. The discussion leader is Debbie Mur-dock, Oregon Community College Association staff associate. Lunch is brown bag. Admission is free for YW members, $1 for non-members. WOMEN'S LAW CAUCUS "Celebrate the Constitution!" is the topic for Susan Leeson, Willamette University College of Law professor, speaker for the Women's Law Caucus at 7 p.m. Friday in Collins Legal Center room D on the Willamette campus. She will examine the fate of women and minorities, unrepresented at the Constitutional Convention, in subsequent jurisprudence and Constitutional amendments, according to a news relea.36 METHODIST WOMEN A coffee klatch by Jason Lee United Methodist Women will be from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday in the Kirby Room at the Church, 820 Jefferson St. NE, Salem. Open to all women, the event will include refreshments and a talk by The Rev. Jane Shaffer, First United Methodist Church associate pastor. Transportation may be arranged by calling 362-1929, 370-8804 or 363-1464. HOBO STEW DINNER A Hobo Stew Dinner is at 6 p.m. Saturday at the American Legion Post 136 Hall, 1143 Liberty St. NE, Salem. Halloween costumes are optional. The menu includes stew, dessert and beverages. The cost is $3.50 for adults, $2 for children younger than age 12. Proceeds go to post projects such as the Oregon Games for the Physically Limited and veterans rehabilitation programs. CAPITAL CRIBBAGE CLUB A nine-game session by Capital Cribbage Club begins at 1 p.m. Sunday at the American Legion Post 9 Hall, 2809 Market St. NE, Salem. Doors open at 12:45 p.m. Admission is $6 per person. Details are at 393-6737 or 364-2837. Anniversaries Viola and Fred Smalley Fred and Viola Smalley of Brooks will celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary at an open house from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday at 6690 Brooklake Road NE in Brooks. They request no gifts. Friends and relatives are invited. Host of the celebration will be their daughter Ida LaVerne Rhoads. Fred Smalley and Viola Davis were married Oct. 31, 1922 in Kirk, Colo. They are both retired. He was a mechanic and she was a homemaker. Their family includes Wyman and Jacie Smalley of Redonda, Wash., Ida LaVerne Rhoads of Salem, Eleanor and Rich Alt of Salem, Margret and Donald Schulty of Brooks, Evelyn and Merel Bishop of Coos Bay, Jewell Smalley of McMinnville, 20 grandchildren and 27 great-grandchildren. Engagements Cross Young Shelly Marie Cross and Christopher John Young both of Klamath Falls are engaged to be married. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Ronald W. and Margo Cross of Klamath Falls, formerly of Salem. She is a graduate of Henley High School and attended Oregon Institute of Technology. She is a preschool teacher. Her fiance is the son of Dr. William and Barbara Young of Taylors Falls, Minn. He is a graduate of Oral Roberts University and is an elementary schoolteacher. A Dec. 19 wedding in the First United Methodist Church in Klamath Falls is planned. Muller - Socolof sky Tami Jo Muller of Eugene and Bradley John Soco-lofsky of Salem are engaged to be married. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Fred T. and Elsie J. Muller of Dallas. She is a graduate of Dallas High School and is a student at the University of Oregon. Her fiance is the son of John H. and Mary Helen Socolofsky of Salem. He is a graduate of South Salem High School and the University of Oregon. He is a claims representative for State Farm Insurance. A Dec. 20 wedding in St. Paul Episcopal Church in Salem is planned. Golda M. Lais SILVERTON - Golda M. Lais, 87, died Wednesday. She was born in Oregon. She came here in 1943. Survivors include her daughter Frankie Jorgenson of Silverton; sisters Mabel Lometti of Carmel, Calif., and Evelyn Campbell of Bainbridge Island, Wash.; and brother Harold Sandberg of Portland. Graveside services will begin at 10 a.m. Friday in Willamette National Cemetery, Portland. Arrangements are by Unger mortuary. Gillis E. Knapp Gillis E. Knapp, 82, of Salem died Tuesday. He was born in Salem and lived in Salem for most of his life. He was a retired auto mechanic. There are no known survivors. At his request, no services will be held. Arrangements are by Barrick mortuary, Salem. Geraldine Everard CORVALLIS - Geraldine Everard, 72, died Monday. She was born in Rochester, Mich., and came here from Medford in 1984. Survivors include her cousins Jean-ette Killen, Col. George Killen and Robert Killen, all of California. No public services will be held. Arrangements are by McHenry mortuary. Philip A. Peltier Services will begin at 2 p.m. Friday in Mount Crest Abbey Mausoleum, Salem, for Philip A. Peltier, 70, of Salem, who died Monday. Interment will follow under the direction of Virgil T. Golden mortuary, Salem. He was born in Belcourt, N.D. He came to Salem from Portland six years ago. He served in the Navy during the Korean War. Survivors include his daughters Alberta Koch of Milwaukie and Carol Randall of Portland; sisters Marie Hass of Kenmore, N.D., and Louise Brunelle of Belcourt; and brothers Joseph and Pete, both of Belcourt. Michael Charles Demis Michael Charles Demis, 68, of Salem died Wednesday. He was born in Boston, Mass. He came to Salem from California in 1969. He also lived in Stayton for a short time. He was a disability prevention officer for the Workers' Compensation Department, retiring in 1981. He was a member of the Stayton American Legion Post and the San-tiam Men's Golf Club. Survivors include his wife, Rita; daughter Reese Slater of Salem; son Mike Jr. of West Covins, Calif.; and sister Helen Carlton of Boston. Graveside services will begin at 2 p.m. Friday in Willamette National Cemetery, Portland. Arrangements are by Barrick mortury, Salem. Contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. Births THURSDAY ACTIVITIES Marilyn Monroe Film Festival, noon and 7 p.m., Salem Public Library, central auditorium Bag lunchers welcome at noon. "The Misfits." Commercial Law, 7 10 p m., Chemeketa Training Center. $50 includes workshop manual. Details. 399-5181. Open gym, 7-9 p.m., Brush College, Candalana, Four Corners, Richmond, and Wright Schools for basketball. Fee card available from Wright Elementary, phone 399-3200. Bingo. 6:15 p m., 3805 Cherry Ave. NE, Keizer, for Keizer Community Center; 6 30 p.m.. Veterans ot Foreign Wars Post 661 Hall, 630 Hood St. NE; 7 p.m., Stonefront Tavern, 5690 Commercial St. S, for Fleet Reserve Association; 7 p m., 2645 Portland Road NE, for Argonauts Drum and Bugle Corps; 7 p.m., 650 Seventh St NW. for Salem Boys and Girls Club. HISTORICAL State Capitol, 8 a.m. -5 p.m. Visitors Services Office open same hours. Mission Mill Village, 10 a m.-4 p.m.. 1313 Mill St. SE. Details, 585-7012. Marion Museum ol History, 1:30-4 30 p.m., and tours by appointment entrance 1313 Mill St. SE. Details, 364-2128. Bush House, 2-5 p.m., 600 Mission St. SE. Details, 363-4714. Charles 'Mike' Whittam KEIZER Charles "Mike" Whittam, 48, died Tuesday. He was born in Los Angeles and came to the Salem-Keizer area 22 years ago. He was the environmental project manager for the state Highway Department. He was a charter member and current secretary of the Keizer Exchange Club. He was a board member and past chairman of the Keizer parks department. He was a member of the Community Baptist Church and the Keizer Elks Lodge. Survivors include his wife, Kath-' leen; daughter Noelle Mackey of Portland; sons Robert and Patrick, both of Keizer; and brother Larry of Tustin, Calif. Viewing will be from 1 to 8 p.m. today in Barrick mortuary, Salem. Memorial services will begin at 2:30 p.m. Friday in the church. Private interment will follow in Claggett Cemetery. Contributions may be made to the Keizer Exchange Club for the prevention of child abuse. Marjorie L Hueman CARLTON Marjorie L. Hue-man, 80, died Tuesday. She was born in Eyota, Minn., and was raised in that state. She graduated from Winona State University in 1926. In 1967 she moved to Carlton from Nehalem. She taught elementary school for 25 years and was a member of the Classroom Teachers Association of Yamhill and the Nehalam American Legion Auxiliary. She was listed for several years in Who's Who in American Education and Who's Who in the State of Oregon. Survivors include her husband, Frank; sons Frank Jr. of Reno, Nev., and Col. Thomas "Pat" of Dallas, Texas; daughters Marjorie Callahan of Carlton, Mary Glanville of Portland and Suzanne Noland of Lake Oswego; and sister Elsie Loomer of Elbow Lake, Minn. Rosary will begin at 6 p.m. Friday in Macy & Son mortuary, McMinnville. Mass will begin at 10:30 a.m. Saturday in St. James Catholic Church, McMinnville. Interment will be in St. James Catholic Cemetery, McMinnville. Contributions may be made to the Yamhill Grade School Library or the American Cancer Society. Mindi Coleen Thomas GRESHAM Services for Mindi Coleen Thomas, 12, formerly of Dallas, who died recently, will begin at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Dallas Assembly of God Church. Private interment will be in the Dallas Cemetery. She was born in Dallas and attended schools there. She moved to Gresham in 1986 where she was in the eighth grade at Gordon Russell Junior High School. Survivors include her mother, Shannon Garrett of Gresham; father, Jim-mie Thomas of Orange, Calif.; brother Jimmie of Orange; grandparents Dona Russ of McMinnville, Jerry Grenfell of Eureka, Calif., and Jim and Jerry Thomas of Anaheim, Calif. Contributions may be made to the Mindi Thomas memorial fund in care of the U.S. Bank. Arrangements are by Dallas mortuary. Salem Hospital BANICK To John and Kitty Banick, 1036 Summer Breeze Drive N, Keizer, a son, Oct. 28. COSTA To Manuel and Maria Costa, 1935 Broadway NE, Salem, a son, Oct. 28. HOUDESHELL - To Neil and Tammy Houdeshell, 3308 Hollywood Drive NE, Salem, a daughter, Oct. 27. KRAUSS To Theodore and Leah Krauss, 127 Sunset Ave. N, Salem, a daughter, Oct. 27. McOANIEL-TERWILLEGER - To Mike McDaniel and Lisa Ter-willeger, Salem, a son, Oct. 27. Good Samaritan Hospital, Corvallis DALE To Randy and Kellie Dale, Albany, a daughter, Oct. 13. R0BIS0N To Arlyn A. and Capri R. Robison, Corvallis, a son, Oct. 13. WATSON To Russell D. and Dawn E. Watson, Corvallis, a daughter, Oct. 13. WRIGHTSON To Robert and Debra M. Wrightson, Corvallis, a daughter, Oct. 14. 0UFFIELD-R0GERS - To Steven P. Duffield and Ronda L. Rogers, Philomath, a son, Oct. 15. HORNER To Mike and Rhonda M. Horner, Cascadia, a daughter, Oct. 15. NOBLE To James K. and Christina M. Noble, Sweet Home, a son, Oct. 15. N0RDYKE To John and Patricia Nordyke, Albany, a daughter, Oct. 15. STEVENSON To James W. and Stacy L. Stevenson, Corvallis, a son, Oct. 15. DIXON To James K. and Julie A. Dixon, Corvallis, a son, Oct. 16. FR0EMKE To Steven C. and Ronda J. Froemke, Lebanon, a daughter, Oct. 16. McNALLY To Ken and Betty McNally, Philomath, a daughter, Oct. 16. Phanoy A. Williamson WOODBURN - Phanoy A. Williamson, 87, died Wednesdy. She was born in Candon County, Mo. She lived in Phoenix, Ariz., several years before moving to Woodburn eight years ago. She was a homemaker and a member of the Bapfist church. Survivors include her son Marvin of Dina, Texas; daughters Icel Marlin of Prescott, Ariz., Thelma Gregory of Lebanon, Pauline Marshall and Irene Northrip, both of Stoutland, Mo., and Beulah Mollin of Redding, Calif. Visiting will be from noon to 9 p.m. today and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday. Services and interment will be in Phoenix, Ariz. Local arrangments are by Cornwell mortuary. Clarence D. Deffenbaugh Clarence D. Deffenbaugh, 84, of Salem died Wednesday. Arrangements are pending at Virgil T. Golden mortuary, Salem. Rena 0. Manasco ANCHORAGE, Alaska - Rena O. Manasco, 74, died Tuesday. Arrangements are pending at Virgil T. Golden mortuary, Salem. Dr. Walter E. Hart CORVALLIS - Dr. Walter E. Hart, 75, died Sunday. He was born in Moscow, Idaho. He graduated from Walla Walla College and in 1943 from Loma Linda University medical school. In 1976 he received a master's degree in public health from the university. He practiced family medicine in Fairfield, Wash., for 39 years. He was a founder of Spokane Valley Hospital. He retired in 1982 and came here. He was the house doctor at Corvallis Manor Nursing home since 1982. He was a member of the Corvallis Seventh-day Ad-ventist Church and the American Medical Association. Survivors include his wife, Dorothy A.; sons Wilton G. of Beaverton and Merlin R. of Corvallis; and brothers Merrill of Moscow, Idaho, Dr. Lewis and Dr. Elmer, both of Roseburg, and Floyd of Bingen, Wash. Viewing will be from 4 to 7 p.m. today in McHenry mortuary, where services will begin at 1 p.m. Friday. Interment will follow in Oaklawn Memorial Park Cemetery. Contributions may be made to the Alzheimer's Support Group in care of the mortuary. Richard Dale Stuart BEND Richard "Rick" Dale Stuart, 33, formerly of Salem, died Sunday. He was born in Salem and graduated from North Salem High School and Western Oregon State College. He served four years in the Navy and was employed by the Bend Country Club. Survivors include his mother, Erna L. Stuart; brothers Scott and Mark, both of Salem; and grandmother Erna Baumann of Salem. Memorial services will begin at 3 p.m. Sunday in the New Hope Foursquare Church, Salem. Arrangements are by Tabor's mortuary. Contributions may be made to the Union Gospel Mission or Salem Little League, 550 Juneau Drive SE, Salem, 97302. Robert Harvey Robert Harvey, 42, of Salem died Wednesday. He was born in Toledo and raised in Gervais. He came to Salem 15 years ago. He worked for American Building Maintenance. He was an Army veteran. Survivors include his wife, Linda; parents, Cecil and Ethel Harvey of Gervais; sons Robert D. Laird and Lonnie Gembala, both of Salem; daughters Jennifer Harvey and Lan-ette Gembala, both of Salem; brothers Ronald of Palmdale, Calif., Richard ot Portland, John of Tigard, Stephen of Keizer and Phillip of Gervais; and sister Susan Miller of Brooks. Services will begin at 2 p.m. Friday in Simon mortuary, Woodburn. Interment will be in the Gervais Masonic Cemetery. Contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. Armenia Cooper Lloyd INDEPENDENCE Armenia Cooper Lloyd, 91, died Wednesday. She was born in Paterson, N.J., and came here from San Fernando, Calif., in 1982. She was a homemaker and a member of Christ's Church in Mon- -mouth. Survivors include her sons Charles of Independence and Edward of Danville, Va. Memorial services are pending at Farnstrom mortuary. Interment will be in Grand View Memorial Park, Glendale, Calif. Contributions may be made to the church or the Independence Rescue Unit at the Independence Fire Department. HIHBH Funerals today BAYSINGER, Worthy Burmester, 87, Las Vegas, Nev., 11 a.m., Weddle mortuary, Stayton. DUNTEN, Paul, 56, Anchorage, Alaska, 2 p.m., Weddle mortuary, Stayton. GENTRY, Rhea J., 64, Salem, 2 p.m., Lebanon I00 Cemetery. HENNESS, Vernon Eugene, 59, Corvallis, 11 a.m, McHenry mortuary, Corvallis. McGARRY, Joshua Lee, 8 months, Brownsville, 10 a.m., Gil li land Cemetery, Sweet Home. REAVES, Matthew P., 4-days-old, Spokane, Wash., 11 a.m., Evergreen Memorial Park, McMinnville. TODD, Loren Dean Jr., 23, Toledo, 11 a.m., Toledo Cemetery. UPTON, Hugo B., 74, Blodgett, 4 p.m., Oaklawn Memorial Park Cemetery, Corvallis. Deaths elsewhere Ivan Beshoff Ben Stahl SARASOTA, Fla. (AP) - Ben Stahl, whose illustrations appeared in The Saturday Evening Post for 30 years, died of cancer Oct. 19. He was 77. "We are but illustrators, but Ben Stahl is among the masters," Norman Rockwell once said of his longtime colleague. Along with Rockwell and several other artists, Stahl founded the Famous Artists' School, a correspondence program based in Westport, Conn. A 26-week instructional series that Stahl developed, Journey Into Art, has been shown on public television. Victor Ganz NEW YORK (AP) Victor Ganz, vice president of the Whitney Museum of American Art and a collector of 20th century works, died Sunday of lung cancer at age 74. Ganz collected works by Pablo Pi-- casso from 1941 until the 1950s, then turned to the young painters Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg and later Frank Stella. When they, too, achieved status, he again turned to lesser-known artists. Ganz worked in a costume jewelry business founded by his uncle, and upon retirement gave his full time to public service for art. DUBLIN. Ireland (AP) - Ivan Be shoff, the last survivor of the 1905 mutiny on the Russian battleship Potem-kin, a harbinger of the Russian Revolution, has died Sunday. He was 102. Beshoff abandoned chemistry studies and joined the navy, serving in the engine room of the Potemkin. The mutiny over poor food was the first mass expression of discontent in Czar Nicholas IPs military and later came to be seen as a prelude to the 1917 Russian Revolution. Beshoff worked for a Soviet oil distribution company and was twice arrested as a Soviet spy, but became a beloved figure in the Irish community. After World War II, he opened a fish and chips shop in Dublin, and his sons opened branches elsewhere in the city. Gary Black BALTIMORE (AP) - Gary Black, former chairman of the board of the Baltimore Sun, died Tuesday at age 72. Black was named to the board of the A.S. Abell Co., a family company that owned the newspapers, in 1947. He became chairman in 1956 after his uncle, Harry Black, died. He had been vice chairman for six years. Black remained chairman of the Abell board 28 years. He retired in November 1984 at the mandatory age of 70, and for the first time since 1914 a Black was not chairman of the board. ADVI RtlSI Ml NT FUNERAL-MEMORIAL INFORMATION )- Funeral Notices Claytene Merley Vick Memorial services, Friday, 3:00 p.m., First United Methodist Church. Visitation: today, 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.; Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., VIRGIL T. GOLDEN CHAPEL, 605 Com'l SE at Oak. Contributions may be to Unity of Salem for a Musical Scholarship, 1777 Fabry Road SE, Salem OR 97306 or the American Heart Association, 2121 SW Broad-way, Portland, OR 97201. John "Marv" Ritchie Memorial services, Friday, 2:00 p.m., St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Private interment. Contributions may be made to the church Memorial Fund. Arrangements by VIRGIL T. GOLDEN CHAPEL, 605 Com'l SE at Oak. Funeral Notices Philip A. Peltier Services, Mt. Crest Abbey Mausoleum. Friday, October 30, 1987, 2:00 p.m. Entombment, Mt. Crest Abbey Mausoleum. Survivors include: daughters, Alberta Koch, Milwaukee, Carol Randall, Portland; sisters, Marie Hass, Kenmore, N. Dakota, Louise Brunelle, Belcourt, N. Dakota; brothers, Joseph and Pete Peltier, both of N. Dakota; seven grandchildren. Arrangements by VIRGIL T. GOLDEN CHAPEL, 605 Com'l SE at Oak. Those desiring to purchase a message in this space should call 399-6788 Funeral Directors Howell-Edwards-Doerksen Chapel of the Gardens, 1350 Com'l, SE 581-3911 Renllawn Funeral Home 201 Oak Grove Rd NW 685-1373 RIGDON-RANSOM COLONIAL CHAPEL 299 Cottage, NE 363-3173 Barrick Funeral Home 205 Church Street, SE 363-9139 KEIZER CHAPEL 4:t65 River Road N, Keizer 393-6666 Funeral Supplements DEATH INFORMATION A 24-hr. recorded message. 371-1567

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