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3 ii 3: ? i!l BASKETBALL COACH Bob Close gives a pointer to some players on the bench during Wood Services Slated Friday In Sheridan Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, Jan. 10, at Adamson's Sheridan Funeral Home for Glenn Henry Wood, who died Monday evening, Jan. 6, 1964, at his home in Che- mulL. Vault interment will be in Green Crest Memorial Park in Sheridan. Born Jan. 1, 1902 at Hope- well, Wood was son of Robert and Myra Rogers Wood. As a young man he went to work for the Oregon State Highway De= par,men, and had been era= ployed by the agency for the past 26 years. The last half of his employment was in Klamath county and he lived at Chemult. His widow, Edna Montgomery Wood, survives him at Chemulto Other survivors include a son, Robert Wood of Corvallis; two daughters Beth Wolfe of Sheridan and Priscilla Schmutzler of Walnut City, Calif.; 11 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Chapman PTA Gives Report PTA executive board met Monday night at Chapman Grade school and announced the topic for the Jan. 20 PTA meeting to be "Home Work Policies." The PTA now has 116 mem- bers, a 20 per cent increase over last year. More than $111 is reported in the PTA treasury. Mrs. Don Cooley will serve as the organization's historianand get the past two years work caught up. Present for the meeting was the PTA president, Mrs. Lau- rence Chamberlain, the new first vice=president, Mrs. Jef- frey Novak, Principal Lester DeHart, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lochaer, Mrs. Allen Brown, Elwin Heflinger, M r s. Don Cooley, Mrs. Bud Hays and Mrs. Matt Krauthoefer Jr. Mrs. Yoder Back Returned to McMinnville hos- pital from the University of Oregon Medical School hospital in Portland Monday was Mrs. Felty Yoder. the Sheridan-Amity Yawama league game Tuesday night at Sheridan. (Sun Photo 65) MOD Aid Given Ex-Area Pair By Fellowship Dies In Mishap Members of the Phil Sheri- dan Fellowship assisted Sher- idan's March of Dimes chair- man, Mrs. Tommy Yocom ad= dress envelopes for the Janu- ary March of Dimes drive at Friday's regular meeting. In the afternoon, a program was presented and included tap dance numbers by DebbieMis- net of Willamina and Marvin (Tinker) Melonuk of Sheridan. Bonnie Minton of McMinnville presented her class of baton twirlers in numbers and per- formed several solo numbers herself. Mary Cole, Kathy Cole, Melodie Markee, Lilaand Robert Cook also performed baton and strut numbers. During Christmas week, the Fellowship quartet went to homes of "shut-ins" and they sang Christmas carols. At the Jan. 3 meeting the topic will be "Functions of the Yamhill County Mental Health Association" presented by Mrs. Kenneth Knutson. The follow- ing week, Jan. 10, the monthly potluck honoring members with January birthday anniversaries will be featured. Surgery Performed Mrs. John Gutbrod underwent surgery on her leg Tuesday morning at McMlnnville hos- pital after entering for treat- men, last week. Ballston School Ne There was no school Mon- day, Jan. 6 because of furnace failure. Both the first and second graders are ready to begin new readers. Each day the first graders learn new words and can now read several. The second grade is starting a new unit in social studies. The intermediate grades re- turned to school after Christ- mas vacation ready for work. Several received 100*s in spell- ing and arithmetic. A snowman border for the front of the room was made during art period, and also one for the bulletin board in the hall. THURSDAY JAN. 9 thru SATURDAY JAN. 18 As advertised in SUNDAY NEWSPAPERS and on RADIO and TELEVISION Megers Rexall Drug 226 S. BRIDGE 843.4621 Two former Gopher Valley residents, James Thomas Reed, 21, and his sister, Patricia (Patty) Reed, 18, who were killed Tuesday in a drowning accident near Eugene, have many distant relatives resid- ing here. Patty attended Chap- man Grade school and Tommy, as he was known, attended Sher- idan High school from 1958 through 1960. It was reported by another occupant of the car that Patricia was driving as they met another car. They swerved to make room and struck an embankment and the car rolled into a gravel pit and filled with water. James came to the surface, but drown- ed, when he went back under in an effort to save his sister When the car was pulled from the pit, James was fastened to it. A number of relatives here plan to attend funeral services which are pending. Garden Group Hears Report January meeting of the Sher- idan Garden club was held Mon- day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Roy Wakefield with Mrs. Chester Mulkey as co-hostess. It was reported the essay and poster material for the annual conservation contest for school children has been placed in the schools. The club voted a do- nation for the TB seals. Mrs. W. H. Brand, talked on the "Migrant Workers", the birds and in detail about the Western Evening Grosbeak. She also told of the early day mark- eting of geese, turkeys and ducks. The hostesses served a des- sert lunch. The Feb. 5 meet- ing will be at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Ellis. Sheridan Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hoover and children, John, Dick and Mary Lynn of Portland were visiting with their many friends in Sheridan Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ma= tusch were host and hostess Sunday at a birthday dinner hon- oring the anniversaries of Mrs. Matusch's mother, Mrs. Gladys Larson of Dallas, and atmts Mrs. Mark Johnson of Port- land and Mrs. Bertha Bennett of McMinnviUe. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Tallon and son, Mike of Dal- las, Mark Johnson of Port- land, Elaine Snowden of Dal- las and the Matusch's daughter, Janet, of Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hip- pie, Herbert and Leslie Irene were Sunday guests of Mrs. Bessie Hipple. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Smafl enjoyed Sunday dinner atDelake with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Mc- Kibben and Danny at the Bnai B'rith Summer Camp, where Mr. McKibben is now serving as caretaker. Richard Berkey is back in school again after being in bed about a month, the victlm of pneumonia. Also recovering from sieges of pneumonia are Mrs. Earl Nairn and Mrs. Lil- liam Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Haenny of Corvallis spent the New Years holiday with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Small. Terry is attending Oregon State university and Mrs. Haenny commutes to Salem, where she is employed. Miss Lorna McKibben is now employed in a telephone office in Portland, where she shares an apartment with another Sher- idan girl, Barbara Carkuff. Ex-Ballst0n Resident Dies Saturday, Jan. 4, Elsie and Russell Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Douwe Mellema attend- ed the funeral of their brother- in-law, James H. Catton in Newberg. He died Jan. 1 of a heart attack. The Ca,ton family moved to Newberg from Ballston in 1925. He was Chief of Police in New- berg for many years and a member of Newberg Fire de- partment. For the past several years he has been the meat cutter and locker attendant at Alder- man Farms at Dayton. Area Artists Set Meetings, Plans Cited Sheridan Artists will meet Monday, Jan. 13, and all Mon- days following at 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Legion hall in Sheridan, one block North of bridge. They are inviting all to come to paint, draw or do other hob.. bies which anyone wishes tOdOo Fee is 25 cents each Monday This is for expense of the hall. This is not a class, but a chance to work together to help each other and enjoy a good time. Those attending should bring their own sack lunch or eat out if they choose. This is for adults only. Anyone wishing m o r e informatlon should telephone M r s. Gene- vieve Phillips at 843-6981o Please bring some ofyourwork to put on display and material to work with. Miss Gwen Lochner of Salem was a weekend guest of her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Glem, Loch- ner. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Misch- Ief and family of La Pas, Mex- ico were Sunday night guests of his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shenk. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Richter of Fergus Falls, Minn. are vis- iting their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Buchholz and fam- ily. Larry Milke of Lebanon was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hill and Doug- las. Douglas returned to Ore- gon State Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. John Shaw of Vern0nla and Mr. and Mrs. Tru- man Veach of Scappoose were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Veach. Garfield Firniesz returned home Saturday after a two- week visit with Glenn Moriwki at San Anselmo, Calif. Church Group Elects Heads Members of the Christian Endeavor met at the Christian church Sunday eveningand elec- ted these new officers: Mary Lou Britt, president; Karen No- yak, vice=president; Jody Heil- inger, secretary; and Sylvia Jones, treasurer. A fireside was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Britt, where games, devotions and refreshments were part of the evening. Twenty attended A county-wide rally is plan- ned for Jan. 18. The Sheridan sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, January 9, 1964 arm0ng Ballston Club Mr. and Mrs. OlennHillwere Ronald Hampton is staying W ednesday evening dinner Quilts with htsgrandparents, Mr. and guests of her parents, Mr. and Makes Mrs. Hugh Walker and attend- Mrs. Henry Fast on Salt Creek. ing school at Oregon College of Education at Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Clore took her father, H. L. Lowers to Sclo Thursday for a visit with his son, John Lowers and family before returning to his home in Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. James Drape and family of Portland were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Veach. On Sunday Mr. Veach and Mr. Drape fished the Salmon river but had no luck. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Thomas were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Thomas and family of Springfield. Mrs. Thomas reports that their infant grand- son was returning to Doern- becher hospital in Portland Monday for treatment. M r s. Floy Blair returned home Sunday after a ten-day visit with her daughter, Mrs. L. Y. Ehrlick and family at Wayne Greenlaw of Clinton, BALLSTON - Eight member." B. C. spent a few days here of the Ballston Sew and Social with his mother, Mrs. Muriel club met Thursday, Jan. , ir Greenlaw and brother, Mal- the little church and finished colm. a quilt for the Dallas Com- munity Aid center. Mr. and Mrs. John Veach At the afternoon business accompanied Mr.andMrs. Hugh meeting, the group voted to Veach to Portland New Year's start making a quilt to be auc- Day. They were guests of Mr. tioned off at the annual "Hus- and Mrs. Victor Berggran. On bands Party" in March. Mem- the return trip they stopped hers decided to meet Jan. 16 at Newberg and called on Mr. at the Oassie Sechrist home and Mrs. Norman Berggranand to cut blocks for the quilt. daughter. It was agreed that at the February meeting a silent auc= Vern Blanchard of Bend was tion will be held aumng the an overnight guest New Year's club members, with the highest Eve of his mother, Mrs. Laura bidder to receive a quilt donat- Blanchard. ed by Mrs. Cliff Hill, a mem- ber, Proceeds will go to the Dan Clore is attending Clark club. college at Vancouver, Wash. Mrs. Paul Lodi suggested this term. Classes started all who could bring men's used Thursday. shirts to be given to Fairview Home for bed shirts should do Mrs. Robert Blair of Albu- so. querque, N M. left Tuesday Seven finished hospital sacks for her home after visiting for were turned in for theVeterans two weeks with her brother, hospital Boulder: --""''"'"" --'""--'"'" _City' Nev. W. p, Clore and family. Brown ies Meet =Birthdv"ledr "i Mrs. Glenn Hill spent theday Thursday with her daughter, On Homemaking Mrs. Richard Brown near Fort Sheridan High School Band Hill. Mrs Floyd Owens  Brownie Community Birthday Calendar Troop 475 met Wednesday aft- sends greetings this week to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Blanchard ernoon at Faulconer grade Jerry Yoder, Walter Ogievie, and daughter of Dallas were school for the regular meet- Melody Markee, Melissa Ka- Thursday guests in the Laura ing. dell, Walter M. lvie, BettyJean Blanchard and R. G. Thomas A Home and Family theme Tatom Mary Ogden, Norman homes, was discussed, along with fire Wolf enbarger, Mary Ann Cin- protection in the home and in- ham.n, Tena Atwood, Joyce Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Clore struction in how to set a table. Lundholm, Dennis Rogers, Sally and Dan and Mrs. Clore's fath- Girls also made soup. Each Plummer and Cynthia Hen- er, H. L. Lowers of Williams, week the girls are changing dricks. Wedding anniversary Colo. were New Year's guests offices, thereby giving each girl congratulations go to Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Scherpf a chance to handle the different Mrs. Harold Trice. of Forest Grove. duties. GEE'S NEW YEAR BELL RINGERS SHURFINE FL0oUR,o 79* DRI FTED SNOW FLOUR $3 99 50 LB BAG t t SWI FT'S 00EEF 200,oz 89' TEW c,.s COTTAGE GREEN BEANS PEAS-CORN CREAM OR W.K. 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