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ors ghter, Ber- were lleous on at , hall ;marl, by of ing of punch lames Moon, mson, lmer, Mil- kins, Lodi, Max- (aren tylor, Smafl i!!! ' il!i ili; .o . o .. ,H iiii !i:! "2"i i:: :: ii!i !:i: H Zo }i? ;i:i :i:i iiii Z. .,..Oo. ...o.,.- i Harmony Mrs. Richard Brown and son of near Fort Hill and Mrs, Henry Fast of Salt Creek were Thursday guests of Mrs. Glenn Hill, Virginia Veach was an over- night guest Friday of Annie Hibbert. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hill were Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Billington. Floyd James of Brookings visited during the weekend with his friend, Donald Thomas. Mrs. Norman Berggren and daughter of Newberg and Mrs. Truman Veach of Scappoose were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Veach. Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Klanecky and daughters of Salem were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Thomas. Mr and Mrs. Glenn Hilldrove to Dorena Sunday for a visit with their son, Larry and family. Mrs. R.G. Thomas drove her mother, Mrs. Laura Bianchard, to Portland Wednesday for a medical cheek-up on her recent eye surgery at the U of O Medical Hospital. While in the city they also visited their little grandson in a hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Berry of Salem were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A1 Berry. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Apple and family of Sand Lake and Mrs. Clover Ball and family of Rose Lodge were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Humfleet. Morocco Topic :' ................. "'""'"'""''::'"::::::: DeJongs Tell Of Study Club Engagement ORVEL LADY At Last Meet Mrs. Kenneth Williams and Mrs. Fred Rhodes were guests for the Thursday afternoon meeting of the Study club held at the home of Mrs. Marion Laths,. Mrs. Kenneth Knut- son presided in the absence of the president, Mrs. Eugene Thompson. Mrs. Harold Whitfield re- signed as vice-president and Mrs. Fred SpeaRer was elected to the post. Mrs. Clifford Coon reported the book "Poems for Pleasure" has been selected for the club to donate to the Sheridan publiclibrary in mem- ory of a former club member, the late Susie Funk. Mrs. Coon presented the topic, "Morocco," while wear- ing authentic Djellaba garb. The djellaba is worn over business suits by men and over dresses by women in Morocco. Mrs. Kenneth Williams passed a- round many souvenirs obtained while her husband was stationed in Morocco during the service. She also showed colored slides. Mrs. TedRossner presented the "Spotlight" for the day. She had many additional items ob- tained in Morocco by Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Farnham of Mc- Mlnnville while Farnham was stationed there while in the service. A salad course was served afterwards by the hostess. Mrs. Laths, was assisted by Mrs. F rank Downing. The Feb. 13 meeting will be held at the Methodist church when a potluck will be held with the husbands of members as guests. There will be a guest speaker. Services for Orvel Charles Lady, 78, of Prinveille, who died Jan. 11, 1964, in a Salem hospital, were held Jan. 13 at Adamson's Sheridan Funeral Home with interment at High- land Cemetery north of Sheri- dan. He was born Feb. 3, 1885, in Ballston, the son of Leander and Minnie Wilson Lady. When he was a small child his family moved to the Buck Hollow area, where he lived until grown. He served as an enlisted man with the U.S. Marines 1917 to 1919 and March 1, 1920, mar- ried Alma VonderLeith in Char- leston, S. C. He returned to Oregon in 1936 and was em- ployed as a fireman in a saw mill at Fort Hill. After liv- ing in idanha about two years, he retired and movedtoPrinve- ville in 1953. He is survived by his widow, Alma, Prineville; three sons, Orval E., Twisp, Wash., Earl, Idanha, and Robert, Dallas; six daughters, Mrs W. J. Houck and Mrs. Chester Story, Idanha, Mrs. Phil Yell,an and Mrs. George Cannon, Willamina, Mrs Fred Martin and Mrs Fred Chaste, Prineville; three brothers, Alfred, Sheridan, Floyd, Ceres, Calif., and Joy, Los Alamitos, calif.; 21 grand- children and two great-grand- children. Grange Slates AnnualDinner Annual Buell Grange ham din- ner will be held April 4 it was decided at regular meeting of Polk 4 H the Grange Tuesday evening. - The community service com- Group Starts mittee for 1964, comprised of Pl Stanley Eisele, Mrs. Marcel an Navvy Chris.an, violet Wetzel and i I Ray Tibbets, was appointed. d As 15 Attend The newvaporlightthatgoes Un erway on and off automatically has been installed at the hall. It (RAND RONDE-- Polk Co. th Fifteene first meeting of the women showed pfo[ worthalS WaSof gravelreprtedhad beenthat plac-$169 Section 8 4-H leader, Mrs. Ralph Reid, announced thatwith A-Chtmk club held Monday ed in the parking area. the registering of leaders, the morning at the Buell Grange Pamona Grange will meet 4-H program is now underway in the area. Registering were: Geology, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Werth, assistant Mrs. Arthur Sautes; Girls Cooking I, Mrs. Dale Grim; Advanced girls cooking, Mrs. Nolan Curl; General girls cooking, Mrs. J.A.J.msen, as- sisting Mrs. Elmer Werth; live- stock, Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey; Knitting, Mrs. Walter Werth; Girls sewing I, Mrs. Herbert Moelilna; Advanced girls sewing, Mrs. John Howry; Gardening and General sewing, Mrs. Elmer Werth; Electricity, Elmer Werth; Advanced boys cooking, Mrs. Ralph Reid; For- estry and Fisherman; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sautes. YOU 14EED SUNSHINE MILK QUALITY YOU'LL NEVER FORGET I lllllll llmmll llllt lit Hall. Heaviest of the lotweigh- ed in at 240 lbs. Each one attending will be weighed at every meeting. Ex- ercises of various types were led by Mrs Marcel Chrisman. The length of time for the ex- ercise sessions will be in- creased at each weekly meet- ing. Also, in conjunction, a hobby work session will be held. On Monday, Mrs. Floyd Owens led the group in using detergent bottles for vases and planters, while one made a little girl's purse. Members will take turns in demonstrating crafts at the meetings. Next week will see tin can craft. A potluck featuring low cal- orie foods is the noon feature It was decided at the end of the four-month period, the women would have a hobby show and invite women of other Polk County Granges as guests. Buell g r a n g e is sponsoring the welght-loss and hobby meet- ings. January 25 in Monmouth. Pa- mona has plans for sponsoring a Farmer-Merchant dinner Feb. 12 in Rickreall. There will be two speakers from Ore- gon State university, organdin- ner music and a male quartet will sing. Event Noted Members of the Phil Sheri- dan Fellowship honored Mr. and Mrs. George Gardner on their 40th wedding anniversary at the Friday meeting of the Fellow- ship. David A. Switzer, pro- gram consultant for the Oregon Heart Association, was pres- ent for the meeting. Plans call for him to give a program in the near future. It also was announced that a golden age group from Salem would visit a Sheridan meeting. This week's topic is Fabulous Florida, a sound and color film, which also will show Busch Gardens and all its birds at Tampa, Fla. 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A SUBSIDIARY OF UNITED UTILITIES INCORPORATED : Iimiuiimmmmmamn . ................................ ,, .............................. Mason Attains 50-Year Jewel Otto W. Heider received a 50-year Jewel at the January meeting of the Sheridan Ma- sons held Wednesday evening. He became a member of the Sheridan masonic Lodge on Dec. 11, 1913, and has served as worshipful master several terms. Jay Sechrist,whoserv- ed as master in 1927 and had been an officer for Heider, made the presentation for the Sher- idan lodge. It was chartered June 15, 1875. New officers of the lodge presided for the first time, with Gust Gustafson as worshipful master. England Duty Nearly Done Eugene Chrlsman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Chrisman, who PAT DeJONG has been in England the past Mr. and Mrs. John DeJong three years stationed with the announce the engagement of Air Force, will start back to their daughter, Patricia Ann, the United States on Feb. 8. to Michael Saunders, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Saunders of McMinnvilleo A September wedding date has been set. Both are graduates of Mc- Minnville High school. He was married Oct. 7 to Miss Smron Van Dyne. She will leave Feb. 9 from England. They plan to leave New Jersey Feb. 12 to come to Sheridan, when Eugene gets his discharge. EFFECTIVE FEB. 3 Your New W ATKINS DEALER in the Sheridan Area is CHARLES TAYLOR FOR WATKINS PRODUCTS 542 N.E. HILL ST. 843- 2781 Ballston The 4 H News Sheridan Man The "carbeco Cooks" held their first meeting Jan. 9. The club was named for our three projects -- gardening, barbe- cuing and cooking. Reason for the three projects is to keep us busy at all times. Our leader is Mrs. Milton Fanning. Junior leader is An- drea DeJong. Our officers are: President Larry Smith; Vice-president, Douglas Fanning; Secretary Melva Johnson; and sergeant- at-arms, Ronnie Hinnman. Ballston Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Col- felt and family of Independence visited Sunday at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Coffelt. Mr. and Mrs. George Gard- ner spent Jan. 7 at the home of Gardner's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gardner in Cor- vallis. Visiting Sunday at the Elvin Small home were their sons, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Small of Wills,iRa, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Small of Sheridan and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Aaron of Sheridan. April Kadell of McMinnville is staying with her grand- parents, the Charles Kadells, while her mother, Mrs. Chuck Kadell, is caring for her broth= er, Bruce, who underwent an ap- pendectomy Monday morning. AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY Lily Subs ........ President Callle Heider ......... Sec. Visiting members Welco/m Meets 2nd and 4th MondaYs Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, January 16, 1964 3 Joins Air Force DAVID CHASE David Chase, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Garbutt of Sheri- dan, joined the Air Force Dec. 9 and is now in basic training at Lackland AFB, Texas. His present address is AB David J. Chase, AF 19781774, Box 1524 Flight 1714, Squad- ron 3724 BMTS, LacklandAFB, Texas. Birthday Calendar Sheridan High School Com- munity Birthday calendar sends greetings this week to Thelma McKibben, Kay LeRoy, Mike Krauthoefer, Wands Nisly, Wilma J. Nisiy, Eric Daven- port, Gayle Johnson,Donna Cin- namon, Wilma Nisly and Jose- phine Elaine Hebert. Wedding congratulations go to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wilbur, Mr. and Mrs Almond Flynn and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Agee. 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