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January 23, 1964

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The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, January 23, 1964 3 H fl Alien Signup You Sheridan Teachers Hel oste er License Examiner Set R I Now Underway UK|,,c.s.e. e ocatesP "  oo .u,, ,n.c.,on... Preparations For Meet Friday at the City ttall between R Ity Fi  the hours of 9,.nl. and4p.m. according to an announcement : ec rr Information furnished by an received. alien in making his annual ad- Fourteen Sheridan teachers for Grades 7-12 were: Music, Sheridan realtor David Host- dress report to the Government have been chosen to help plan Robert Belieu; Vocational Ag- etler has opened his new real is confidential, the YamhiU County In-Service riculture and Industrial Arts, estate office at 148 S. Bridge According to Alfred J. Ur- meeting scheduled Feb. 21. Jim Baltimore; Home Eco- Street. Farm, home and busi- banD, district director of the These teachers metwithanum- nomics, Ruth Richter; Foreign hess property transactions are Portland Immigration and Nat- , bar of others from other county Languages, tester Finkbeiner, handled by the firm. Hostetler uralization Service office, the schools Jan. 8 at McMinnville and Library, Ruby Sharer. previously operated his office information furnished by aliens " High school to make plans for These are all members of tile his home at 430 Eo Main hasin reportingbeen declaredtheirconfidentialaddresses 141b.11(1011t the group activity meetings high school faculty. Reason for the move to his by statute, which will take place during The In-Service meeting, the In-Service meeting, which replaces the county in- new office site, Hostetler said, ,,., was to enable him to better These reports must be sub- Serving on the group activ- stitut% is an annum activity of serve people in this area and mitred during January eachyear ity committees were: Primary educators of the county. There the commtmityo He has invit- by all aliens in the United Reading, Annabel Matthews will be two speakers featured ed anyone withrealestateprob- States with few exceptions.  Chapman; Primary Mathe- during the day, as well as the Forms on which to submit the matics Juanita Leith, Faulco- group activities. lems to drop in to his office reports are available at any ner; IntermediateScience,Rus- I and discuss them with him. Ap- .... pointments may be made by post office or office of the Im- sellShenk, Chapman;Intermed- FREE! FREE! phoning him at 843-4144o migration and Naturalization ..... iate Social Studies Ruth Sloan Service. Persons who are tln- Faulconer. Junior High Math- In the real estate business able to pick up a form because ....................... ematicsp Rex Brown Chapman; since 1958 when he began sell- High School Science, William ing in the SalemareaHostetler of illness or other reasons, i -: previously had lived from 1948 may have a relative or friend :.: . Treadway; High School Social obtain a card for them. Studies, Ken Williams; English to 1952 on a farm just outside Fern Eberhart and John Patter- of Sheridan. The Hostetlers The card should be returned - "-: son. moved to California In 1952, to one of these offices.  " j e4,t.a aS h Serving on the committees then returned in 1958. They I &apos; moved back to Sheridan in1961. Parents and guardians of : : Pay Held For tged He is one of the ministers aliens under 14 years of age at the Sheridan Mennonite must submit reports for such i church. The Hostetlers have children.  GRAND RONDE- A Christ- mas party for those who live five children, the three oldest at the Maplewood Home for the are married. Their .on. Hen t Head Aged was given at thehomein CUT AND REDEEM THIS COUPON NOW James, is a junior at Sheridan r" the big reception hall Dec. 21. High school, while adaughter, "e'e--e" The party was planned by the EllenisajuniorattheWestern b I d d Grand Ronde Women's Club Mennonite school near Salem. with every church in the com- , ............ : reunify participating. 50 FREE GOLD BOND STAMPS 50 . Mrs. Fred Wirfs, eommun- : Devotions were led by Faith [ 1 ity service chairman for the Bible Chapel members;a story American Legionauxfliary,will was told by the Seventh-Day again be in charge of Sheridans BIG WINNER - Taking the new electric dryer, would make immediate use of the new dryer, Adventist church; an accordion Heart Fund campaign accord- valued at more than $200, in the recent big "the first thing I%e ever won." Beaming duet was furnished by the As- : ing to announcement by Mrs. drawing at Nice Appliance and Furniture with pleasure over her priz% she said there sembly of God; an instrumental Leslie Hampton of McMinnvflle/ store was Luella Breneman, long-time area had never been a dryer in her home before, quartet was played by Metho- 50 SO * Yamhill county chairman, resident. She is shown with Art Ellis mann. (Stm Photo 72) dist church members; and a ger of the store. The winner announced she capella carols were sung by the : the Funds from the campaign will ............ ...................................................................................... Nazarene church young people. . Rev. be used to fight heart and eircu- , latory diseases now respon-"]hlt"l" "" SAVE AT AGEE S with these guest INSURANCE THAT sible for more than 56 per cent $ YoutheSalt : lV_ YIil of all deaths in Oregon. These Mrs. Bert Teats and Mrs. !/ f . ':! "   D_V/ Chhl ........ diseases include strokes, heart Robert C-uttry were co-hos- abe 2,  attacks rheumatic feverj high tesses for the January meet- "-'. rious BIFnJ/JW[t blood pressure, hardening of ing of the Past Matrons club the arteries and inborn heart held Jan. 15 at the Teats home. " defects. February is designat- A cake game was played, with ed as heart month and door-to- Mrs. Emma Seth winning high M. DftM IAtIIITI  door solicitation by identified and Mrs. Harold Ladd consola- ................ ; volunteers will begin Feb. 17 tion, each receiving a cake as "": '     II] - III II I V V I V"  in the Sheridan area accord- a prize. Following the potluck,  iii / plans were made to entertain W.M.m.n --IF and  r  ing to Mrs. Wirfs. etary I 4 Mrs. Wirfs has served as the chapter at the Febo 24 meet- Ifaguestrades" jF Sheridans heart fund chairman ing" !i " UDGEr i' sP'", s'","P","-" slips on your for the past six years is Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cannon ,,   t t t -  t fron walk or falls on widely-known in the area for her and family will move the first your stairs you are liable community service effortso week in February to The Dallas l 2 /-' '  for damages. But public -" .............................. ; where he will have a Watkins llab,hty insurance gives you  ! distributorship. Charles Tay- IF,,. . DAY And est f.o full and cmplete prtec" ! R|rlht/ f'lAN/r i lr will be the new Watkins /i'f" buy. abou " n kinds from ifLet if. is one us costly of fell of insurance he judgments, you cheap- more to ,: IllllllkU g IIlUUI , munity Band Birthday Calendar sends Sheridan greetings High | this School week Corn- to" day dealer Red hall Mr. through Sundayo their were in and Sheridan. daughter inMrS" Seattle Don and from They vis- Menden- family Fri- .%t" ,.o.....o o..o. ** o .%  /  COFFEE B SAW 2-LBBI 9065 ,e -  ;HIT : rr CUBE yer i uPG" EACH |"B V R  Virginia Baird, Glenn Lochner, the Richard Doyles. ,-.. e, . . CAN 'qv m m  I S E E F t Martha Ann Heider. Gerald LOC0 MIX "] tN Call 843-4764 H " " eilinger, Clara Elliott, Bob Mrs. Winnie Harrison and i A_ ! ._  Hiatt, Richard Sloan, Robert Mrs. Letha Browning were co- ,    S&W V  'T' I "i .vii. a--v..&.la, l&l& Cole and GladysYoeom Wed hostessesfortheJanuarymeet- Steaks n - , NESTLES I&B VC ; :.. FOR t ,. o**.on o,o.  o* *rc,  o**o e,,o- FANCY PEAS I N S U R A N C E and Mrs. Kenneth Knutson and dist WSCS at the Remington . ". e Mr. andMrs. JohnDillino home. Mrs. Fred Edsonled i Green Beans  ; 0, s the devotions. A social hour $t00 ' } ; . _ ows e.,0. / ,,,,,  o $100 ; w ...... : TH,C, .,CEO lle I  I ' .. _ .i.JUR,  leave two-week visit in Honolulu. H,- Mrs. daughter wail, Mrso Charlie Matusch and .with Portland Francis and Mrs. son-in-law, Thompson Jan. Matusch's 25 for will Mr. a '" :i' s, .,E LLU " 11N5 | : . ^.. .   : CREAM OR W.K. a CANS 303 $t00 - ILUKN Z. B #: : R=. .--- uu ,u|| , . .. 2LBVVT J PKG ". J H. o..* ..v *'. l|l Miss Charlene Remington , ..... "/4,/ " I DEL MONTE I beauticianStarted workin anbeautyMndaYshopaSain _*" '--'.'"''''"''"'" ', CHILl BEANS ]P'"Z T L I FOR THE j ,aei,h Pns near ortla.atmOther.SheBeaverton.Wi11 Mrs.residejessieRemingtonWithcharlotteher grand-Ram. OREGON-IDAHO 6 c'',;: s 1 I Salm0n [i ington, who also recently com- 3 00000:89 I Lunch Meat O I! I BAE00RGAIN SPOT '1 plated beautyconege, iswork-ing part-time in McMinnvllle. INSTANT SPUDS OVEN BIKED BEANS I '"'c"c"'"'CANNED @ 12 oz I EVERJ..DA, Y/o, the next two weeks W E will I wo**., matron and patron, CANS I .,ow.....w ITEM priced at our actual delivered I andMr" Mrs.and MrS,HarryGUStHayesGUStafsonattend. C I costl. We must make room for incoming mer. i ed the "June in January" @ @ I I chaTdis Thi n?! a "g/mmick" or a .g or I friendship night in Newberg .% ......_ .o.....-.. Tuesday night, representing the I PKGS _, I AODtr rmrD ,," ," :," '" : I I a deception of any kind. It is your chance to I Sheridan chapter. Strawberry 1 1 ,lrrLk .Ii/L : : SHURFINE buy good furmture races ou've been desser[,Shrtcak%wasa traditionalserved for JUnere. "? . I u, ,off furniture .iec, you;re been wanting, I CAKE MiX I --" I  replace the..eyesores you've been wanting I freshments GAL 45 c _..' .: FRUIT ! ] I ,o,'-', I ' Staytn are the parents    - Robert Mrs, their HugheyTUrley third of Sheridan, Lane, son, is the former born 7 lb. Jan,8 Pat DEe 12,  prf- ._____ -- 1'/' I, COTTAGE 1 1'/rr "" : :: ANG SWANSDOWN F .." "/ ": COCKIAIL ! L FOOD "" !1 I SAVtNeS SAV,.INGS SAVmS I ! JUMBO---- /UmA/UE3,. 2 PKG$ 89 c ,o, I i it Mr. and Mrs. John Funk ; BROWNIE MiX E andson. Darol, werelnZugene llOranges 10 99 c i c,., I - W WILL DELIVER ANYWHERE IN where theyvisitedMr.andMrs. LBS PILLSBURY / Rhiney Greb and family Sunday. kt ..... ---- 1 ,:. m AA'I I PHI!:":!H:!R!DANC0UNTRY I Mr'and'rs'a'C'Thmsn..,, pJCe,er,00,, 10 l. zz r L spent a week with her sister, eener, c II  : OZPKG C 1 t I :i:!ii;::!iii:!:i::::::!:i::!:!:i:i,i:i::!.ii:ii!::!:i:i:::!::::!::ii!::!e::i*.::<!*:'..::::::::::::!.:.``:..:*:::.::?....:: I Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Stewart LB ; -*''t .-"- ....................................................................................... :-:::!::.":;::*::s:,,,.,.:i-}iNN they visited Mr. Thomsons sis- ter Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts BY atRainier. They also spent two II DELICIOUS or ROME STANDBY___ .,.,,.,., ,,.,., i days withMr, andMrs. Duane LI lnnla 4 40c TOMATO JUICE I re,Am RILR I Thomson and family in Lake 1%'" TAB;--.K',% %%%3 I rve" tf IPtlplll'J .LBS I..  46.OZ O{ I DARIGOLD 17 2J,: RO c I __ Mr. and Mrso David Host. [ BRUSSELS  CANS a 1 ,._ r, V" I | --"--"" DAVENOSietlerletWednesdayaternn |Sprouts 15c  KRISPY CRACKERS i i  # l there by the death of Mr. Host. BASKET etler's brother, Elmer Host- e etler. , , ______ __." " I  ]NICE FURNITURE I'nOO"o"'er'O"n"'"r"'O" I A Hlmes 0.,.., ,.0. ' MARKETERIA I ;!f!! I i and Marilyn Bride attended the Rainbow installation of Worthy Advisor Carol Pltman I AND APPLIANCE J '"r" I den Pitman, in McMinnvllle Sat. I I R9 , PKG a,c I urday evening. Mrs. Pitman is THE WORKINGMAN S MARKET n216 S. BRIDGE STREET PH. 843.3464 II the former Carol Heath of Sher- ldan. >RODUCE mm