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6 The Sun, Thursday, January 3, 1980 / By Floy Blair Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cinnamon had as their guests their children and their families. Those enjoying the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cinnamon and children of Albany, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lord and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Baune of Sheridan. Mr. and Mrs. John Focht of Ballston enjoyed Christmas at the home of their son Mr. and Mrs. John Focht Jr. Other family members present were Jim Focht Jr. of Salem, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Focht and family of lndependance, and Mr. and Mrs. Clad White of Rickreall. Mrs. Floy Blair was the guest of her daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Joe Boyer of Tangent on Christ- mas eve and Christmas day, Other members of the family there for Christmas day were Mrs. Floyd Yoder of Beaver- ton. and Mr, and Mrs. Tom C_innamon of Albany. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hutson hosted the traditional Christ- mas Eve gathering of the Magnuson family with a Christmas buffet, followed by singing of carols and a gift exchange of homemade pre- sents. Those present included Edith Magnusen, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold ttostetler and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Marc Hostetler and son. and Mr. . and Mrs. Kenneth Knutson all of Sheridan; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Chamberlain and daughters, Steve Chamber- lain, Stephane Schmidt, Karen Markee and children, Dennis Garlock all of Salem; Curt Chamberlain. San Francisco, Susan Getzler and children, Roseberg, Mr. and Mrs Brandt Knutson, Portland, Lt. and Mrs. Kenneth Knutson Jr. and children New London Conn., Mr. and Mrs. Tim Smith and boys Stayton, amd Mrs. Edwin Larson Hemet, Calif. Mrs. Thelma Mulford re- turned home Wednesday evening after a month's visit in Lees Summitt. Mo., visiting her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Roger O'Dwyer and family. Mrs. Marcella Slavik spent Christmas in Salem with her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Steve ]tatfieid. Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Fletcher of Buell were their children Mr. and Mrs John Fletcher of Scottsdale. Ariz., Mr. and Mrs. George Fletcher of Ccntralia. Wash., Gary Fletcher of Portland and Miss Jannett Fletcher of Salem and Mrs. Fletcher's aunt Mrs. Inez Nelson of Buell. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Bride had the pleasure of having all their children and grand- children home for Christmas, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rader and family of Corvallis; Mr. and Mrs. ltarvey firestone and son of Salem; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Plowman of Beaverton, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Meyers and children of Lebanon, and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Standard and son of Troutdale. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylor John- son of Bend spent last weekend here as guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rose. Mr. and Mrs. Stacy Kilmer drove to Eugene Christmas to be with their son Lynn and his family. CORRECTION A new version of the "12 Days of Christmas" that was published in last week's edition of The Sun was written by Wayne Potter of Sheridan. The author's name was inad- vertently left off the story. Recent holiday visitors at the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Thomson were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Thomson, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wood and two daughters of Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Thomson and three sons of Sherwood, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Thomson and two daughters of Sherwood, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Dickey and family, and Mrs. Essie McColluch of Casper, Wy. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cooley and sons of Salem and Harry Cooley were guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Don Cooley on Christmas. Mrs. Amy Rhien was hostess when her daughter-in- law Mrs. Jeannett Rhein spent Christmas eve and Christmas with her. joining them Christ- mas was her son John Rhein and his sons Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Spen- cer and Mrs. Ruth Thomson spent Christmas eve at the McMinnville Gun Club Christ- mas party. Mrs. Marrie McCord spent last week in Portland as guest of her son and family Mr. and Mrs. Dennis McCord. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rose, Mrs. Toni Rose and children, Mrs. Phillis Cooke and child- ren, and Ted Ferring were Christmas guests of Mrs. Toni Rose parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zurga of Coast Creek. Mrs, Fern Eberhart had the pleasure of having all her family together of the first time for several years. Those enjoying the day at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Eberhart and family were Mrs. Eberhart. and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Laros and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rossner, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Rossner and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. ttarold Ladd were Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Rossner and daughter. Christmas day dinner guests at the Kenneth Knutson home were Mr. and Mrs. John Brandt and boys, and Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Smith and boys of Stayton; Mr. and Mrs. Keith Stroup and sons of Lebanon; Mr. and Mrs. Brandt Knutson, Miss Tori Cox and Steve Mitchell all of Portland; Lt. and Mrs Kenneth Knutson and children New London Conneticut; Aasmund Hau- kenes McMinnville; Mrs. Edwin Larson Hemet, Calif.; and Pastor and Mrs. James Riede and daughters of Dallas. Just before dinner little Christine Knutson. infant daughter of the Kenneth Knutson Jrs., was baptized with Solveig Smith and Brandt Knutson as godparents. Mrs. Gladys Plummer was a guest of her son and family Mr. and Mrs, John Plummer of McMinnville. Mr. and Mrs. Joyce L. Moule returned Thursday afternoon from Tacoma, Wash.. where they had spent the Christmas holidays with her daughter and husband Mr. and Mrs. Ken Nordeen, and their grandson and wife Mr. and Mrs. Gary Nordeen of Federal Way, Wash. Christmas dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Burton Thomson and three sons at Sherwood were Mr. and Mr. A.C. Thomson, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Dickey and family, Mr. and Mrs, Virgil Thomson, Mr. and Mrs. Don Stueve and two sons of Salem, and Mindy Thomson. Mr. and Mrs: Duane Thomson and two daughters of Sherwood and Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Thomson of Kirkland, Wash. C&H 5LB BAG I ST ONE WITH $5 PUR AD'L OR WITHOUT ROMES & RED DELICIOUS LB FRESH CRISP HEADS CHERRY for FRESH & RIP# BASKET EA HUNTS 440Z SAVE 56' OR GREEN BELL FRESH FIRM HEADS PARKAY 1ST 2 LBS. FOR NABISCO PREMIUM LTINES SAVE 22' AD'L 59 VAN DE Ki SNOW FLAV R omas es no annlversar GOLDEN GRIDDLE PANCAKE BETTY Mr. and Mrs. Clair Thomas were honored with a surprise 25th anniversary party on Sunday. Dec. 23 at the American Legion Hall in Sheridan. The event was hosted by Brian, Cinday and Wendy Thomas, Greg Thomas, Teresa Fifield and Pare Crocker. A big thanks to Nadine Stuck for making the ~cddin~, ,:ak,- a .... for her help in decorating the hall. Servers were Bey Thomp- son, Judy Bogle. Terry Mur- row. Evelyn Klanecky and Nadine Stuck. The gifts and guest book were Greg Thomas and Teresa Fifield. We would like to thank all those who came and helped celebrate their silver anniversary with them. Hummel elected The United Methodist Wo- ,non held their December meeling at the church at Willamina. A noon potluck with Dorothy Wooden, as New officers tk, r the coming vc;,r .ere installed by Rev. ~.;erald McCray. They are president. Olive tiummel; vice president, Vivian Rogers; treasurer. Emma Shipley; and h.stess of coffee anti table secretary, ttazel JoUey; sec- dccurations, was held. During rctary of Chistian Personhood. The' b ~ines,. mv('ting Emma Tessii Frink; secretary of >d q~it", rcl)~ntcd ~l] the recent Global Minislrics. Alice tten- st, cccsslt,I bazaar thorn. Jr. Past President. BEST BET ELBO MILK MAN LIPTON 240Z LONG SPAGETTI 64OZ REG WIT.H MARSHMALLOWS CHIC'ND'L'GREENPEA CRM CHICKEN 1.5OZ CAPITOL DOG DOLE HUNTS