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.9 Ab- ridal Jan .... [o,mer h as  ames rank : wizes. .ived. : o the Don bund, pul larles ,,"rank ading 'esent Mrs. : auto i I her dinn- hos- r ten L Mo- , rland rs. C. asur- y for Mrs. ayed, Iding bad,y, Ehes- hos- :'i!i) T_ i,i iii t TIURSD.y, JNUAIY 24, 1963 Ballston --Mabel Mellema, Corref Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon John- son of Bellevue visited Sunday afternoon at the home of the Melvin Johnson family. Mr. and. Mrs. annie Johnson and family spent Sunday at the Paul Foster home in Salem. Mrs. Floyd Page is undergoing treatment for a pinched nerve in one of her legs. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kadell and family accompanied their son Chuck Kadell and fa- mily of McMinnville to Oregon City, to spend the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vincent and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Douwe Mellema visited Sunday afternoon at the home of their niece, Mrs. Mar- jory Anderson and Connie, in Dayton. The Mennonite church group from Sheridan teld a song ser- vice Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Gardner. Mrs. Ezra Kilmer, Gary and John Kilmer, Melva Johnson, Andrea DeJong, BObby Kadell and Denny Moon attended 4-H open house Monctay night at Rickreall. Andrea was M.C. and Gary song leader. Friday Mr. and Mrs. George Gardner visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dillon, on Booth Bend Road. Mrs. Dillon is .convalescing at her home follow- ng major surgery. Saturday, MY. and Mrs. Gard- ner callec on Mrs. Elona Miller at  Dallas Convalescent Home and found her in less pain, and resting comfortably. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Focht vis- ited over the weekend: at the Ce- dric Clark home at Yakima. Ballston 4-H News The Live and Learn Livestock club met Wednesday evening in the community hall, having Mr. and Mrs. Kadell as visitors. Mike Fanning reported the purchase o a registered Hereford calf for his project. Pete Bakker report- ed on his produce record or the year. Mrs. Kilmer, leader, stres- sed importance of keeping per- manent records. Rabbit project merabers assembled carry cag- es for rabbits. 2qley were cut out for assembling, by Melvin John- son, and provided by our junior leader, Melva Johnson. New members will make rope halters at our next meeting.  John Kilmer, reporter. Balls School News Ball game Wednesday be- tween Ballston anct Perrydale, sCOre 26-23 in Ballston's favor. Made string paintings Friday. Momiay te entire school went to Perrydale assembly to se MY. Youngman of McMinnville show pictures taken in Ecuador while an exchange student there, i The third grade made card-' board doll figures and dressed i me.rn in cloth they had woven, i rst and. second grades made! penguins that walk. hird grade making egg shell i mosaics. I Harmony . Mr. and Mrs Gl.enn Hill were / Wednesday evening d i n n e r I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett I Jones. Saturday afternoon guests of Mrs. Floy Ilair were her aunt, Mrs. Cleve Keas, and Mrs. Roy Heiney of Tule Lake, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Loomis of Pcaseburg were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hill. Vern Blanchard of Bend. was a weekend guest of .his mother, Mrs. Laura Blanchard. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blair and I illl||J|iil|llUlllllilHlUlilllllilllllll| J I THE00 MONEY 00mE/003 MORE POWER MORE VALUE MORE SAW A light Weight hard working saw rO.u can depend on every time. aes McCulloch'$ work saving OCessories, tool lqights Dallas 623.2794 Tele. 876.2583 DICK'S CHAIN SAW SHOP i WILLAMINA .-..,.- ' lilIIIIIIlUUilIHil IBitHHIIIIIflUllIIIIIlImlll . children spent the weekend in McMinnville as guests of her father, Jack Zumwalt, Mr. and Mrs. Toivo Simonson and children were guests Sun- day of his brother, Arne Simon- son, and family at Albany. Sunday d.inner guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. Kenneth Shenk were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Stenk of Eugene, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Shenk and son, and Mr. and Mrs. John A. Friesen and son of Dal- las. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Patty of Balls- ton. Mr, and Mrs. Marvin Windred and child,ren of Salem and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Veach and Jan- ice of Portland were Sunday eve- ning dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Veach and family. Mrs. John Veach came home from the ,hospital last Thursday !and at present is staying with Mr. and Mrs. Httgh Veach. Mrs. Laura Blanchard is an- nouncing another great grand- child,, a boy, Bryan Kelly, weigh- ing 8 lbs. S oz., born Jan. 1 to Mr. and Mrs. Clinton McDonald of Bend. This was the first baby of the year in Crook county. M;II Creek SHERIDAN SUN, SHERIDAN YAMH/I , Potter were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ralnes of Portland. Mr. and. Mrs. Ernest Burger and grandson Jimmy of Mc- Minnville were Sunday callers at the John McNeil home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morrow and daughter were Friday eve- ning callers of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith. Callers Saturday at the Earl Smith's wer.e his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith were Sunday visitors of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Poe of Hillsboro. On the return trip home, they visited, another of his sister's Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Crow, and OREGON G00SEI00CK It's Your Law This I.,egal Column is an Informative Service Of The Oregon State Bar Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shandy of Portland were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Strunk. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mishler left Portland by plane Jan. 12 for Michigan. They expect to stop in Missouri and. visit witb her sis- ter, friends and then fly on to Michigan where they will pick up a new logging truck. WAle they are away Roger and Gar- land Mishler are staying with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith visi- ted Mrs. Thelma Nelson at the McMinnville Hospital Sunday afternoon. Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Oldham and, fa- mily were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith and son Jaycen, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Olclmm. Mbnday evening callers of Mr. and Mrs. Gwen Rogers were Mr. and Mrs. Niilo Koivu and John of Willamina. the Paul Kilmers. their daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Lar- Danton Rhoades of Portland ry Whaley, all of Dayton. l was a recent dinner guest of his Sunday evening callers at the sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Kauf- Earl Smith home were her sis- man and family. ter, Mr. and Mrs. Lee White of Mr. and Mrs. Mayes Smith vis- McMinnville. ited Saturday with Mr. and. Mrs. --Lois Neal, Corre The Mill Creek Community I _I'I:r_'IDTT',A'IT I'IDTIP'It club will meet Saturday, Jan. 26 1 ..u.,.ez J-:," J at 6:30 p m for a potluck sup- r e "'arr "s a'" " a" _.: ". " -" ner tl/e   g a s I a p l,enz [ perul:;lsnngs mmeot?m will be I the McMinnville Hospital, where h. heUremainder aogthe eve-Ih Usndgeettengt alSU?encel)Fr, iday" ning will be spent playing Bingo I J. M. Keeton and Sunday dinner guests at their home were their daughter, Mrs. Joan Johnson and three sons. Mr. and Mrs. Derald Hostetler and Melvin Miller of Portland were weekend guests of Mr. and. Mrs. Paul KUmer. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hertzler, Jenelle and Lynnette were week end guests of their dughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Overholser, in Seattle, Wash., returning home Vfonday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kilmer and family drove to Portland Satur- day evening to the Madison high school auditorium to see Jim ,Bond and his great wilctlife pic- tures. with Mrs. Sherman Wertz and Mrs. Ross Daniels,. te January entertainment committee, in charge. Mrs. Kenneth Knutson took Mrs. Henry Bloch of Sheridan as her guest to the Womens meet- ing of Trinity Lutheran church in Dallas last week, where Mrs. Bloch renewed acquaintance with the president, Mrs. Vern Reseland whom she hadn't seen for nine years. They were friends when living in Eugene. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Neal and children were Sunday dinner guests at the Ira Evers home. Word was received from Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brandt that they .arrived in Los Angeles Thursday, going by way of the coast. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Starnes of Ballston were Monday evening visitors at the Sherman Wertz home. Mrs. Sherman Wertz and Jim- my enjoyed a drive to the coast Sunday, going as far as Depoe Bay. It was a beautiful, clear day at the 'beach. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Atwood drove to Dallas Sunday after- noon to visit er sister, Lilo 01instead. YOUR NAME Not until the Fifteenth cen- tury did Europeans put much stock in last names. Most had none. If need be, they used their given names, and now and then their fathers' given names (like John, John's son) or their home towns' or neighborhoods' (like Thom'as of Aquinas). ,But mostly they went by teir given or bptismal names. Some churches today still call their members by their first names (Sister Joan and Brother Albert) like royalty (e. g. Queen Eliza- beth). In certain European coun- tries you can register a child's name if it is one of an approved list. High nobility goes by its last name (de Medici, Marlbor- ough), but knights take their gi- ven nmes (Sir Winston). Since people had little proper- ty interests in their last names, English and American law gve them little or no protection. Tr, ade names, of course, are an- other matter. ,But in France and Germany the law gives one a property in- terest in his name; you rny get a court to keep somebody from adopting your name by show- ing it would hrm you. But not as a rule in America or England. For instance, on the ground that by his writing he had earn- ed a property right in his name, Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain) once sued . man for printing a work called "Sketches by Mark Twain." But the court ruled that Mark Twain had no sole right to use either his own or his pen name, except on his own hooks. As a rule you can change your name at will without go. ing to court. But ,a court action to change your name puts the public offi- cially on notice th.at you have a new one, and it saves you end- less trouble in collecting debts, identifying yourself, getting cre- dit, inheriting property, selling your home, getting insurance, Social Security benefits, etc. Some people oliange their names too much for their own goo by using nicknames, mid- dle names, and various ways of spelling the same name. It may cost real money to prove that John Jacob Smith is the same as Jack Smith, Jake Smit J. Smith or J. Jake Smythe. Decide on a good name to put on legal papers, checks, con. tracts, auto licenses. Stick with it unless you .have good reason Round Steak 15. c Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kadell COUNTRY STYLE  J andJanice and Mr. and Mrs. Sausage 3 Ibs IIoff Harris and 1.,arty drove to ] Springfield. Sunday and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Countryman and Kim. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Berkey entertained with a family din- ner Sunday in honor of Mr. and SMOKED Mrs. Albert Berkey and son who are visiting here from North Hol-,Uo Pig Ho00:ks lb lywoo calif. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Stutzman and. family of Gopd/er Valley, Mr. and MYs. Allen Brkey and sons of Willamina, Mr. and Mrs. Gil- bert Berkey of Portland, Miss Joyce Berkey of Salem. and the honored guests. FROZEN " Mr. and Mrs. Otto Trice were Strawberries Sunday dinn,r guests of Mrs. Fern Eberhart. Other guests were Mrs. Eberhart's mother and Max Copelan5 of Portland.. Mr. Trice and Mr. Copeland, who were school chums, enjoyed vis- iting together. i iii : ......... i Polk Livestock Annual Meeting Set Jan. 25 The Polk county livestock as- sociation will hold their annual meeting at the 'Blue Garden res-/ taurant, Dallas, the evening of Jan. 25. 2he meeting will start at 6:30 with a social period fol- lowed by a banquet which will be served at 7 p.m., reports Ce- cil Jackets, Pedee, association president. i State Senator Walter Leth will be the featured speaker at the banquet according to Jim Hu- karl, Monmouth, chairman of the arrangements committee. Entertainment will be provided by Dr. James Clune, Albany, whose act, "The Scotchman,,' has brought favorable attention at several Western Oregon func- tions this winter, The Po].k coun- ty Livestock Man of the Year award will be presented by the Polk County Farmers Co-opera- tion. A brief busin.ess meeting, including the election of officers and a report on the association activities will conclude the pro- gram. Dancing will follow the banquet, Hukari reports. to change it. (Oregon lawyers offer this column as a public service. No person shoulcl apply or interpt any lw without the aid of art vls of the facts involved. Even a slight variance in facts may attorney, who is completely a change the applicatlon of the law.) FREE EL(IN BATTERY ClocK AS DOOR PRIZE AT AGEE'S  JUST SIGN TICKET AT CHECKSTAND DRAWING SAT., FEB. 2 SCHOOL BOY Peanut Butter SPRECKLES S u g a r I0 99c 6o,00her Valley ....... Frozen Peas Nalleys , mabmco00 Crackers Jean Wilder, Co..____lresInden t PEGS.  7 HOT OR RE-ULAR The valley was saddened by 3 99 31 the death of Mrs. Clyde Tilden Sunday evening. She was strick ......, en Sunday afternoon and was ta- i i ken by ambulance to the Me- DARIGOLD INSTANT 12 Qt. Pkg. HUNT'S STEWED 303 Cans HUNT'S 2 Size Cans Mlnnville General hospital[ ] $| I APU. "el s $1 where she passed away. Myrtle,  M 89 I T a:ad been a lifelong resident of I , omatoes 6 ot 4- Mrs. Howard Nelson .under-I went. surgery at the McMinnville I Hospital Friday. She is reported,] " I" IIIII ' " doing quite well. D E L I C I 0,U S HUNT'S -- 300 CANS Calling Sunday onMr. and, Apples 3 Ibs 39c Fruit Cocktail 5 $1 Mrs. ,Lester Oldham, were Jack / Kelsey of Carlton and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Michael and family 1 of McMinnville, were dinner ] guests. [ iaos 2 : i HUNT'S --,OOZ. BOTTi Sunday afternoon visitors at [ Catsup 4- the m'ae of Mr. and MYs. Steve , ililililiilillillll  GLASS READY MIXED MishlerWreckers Salads EACH 110C Cut 6reen Beaus 6 i 89C Ins.rcmce Jobs A Specialty Wallaco Bridge Willmnin 876-242 IIilillilililililll 843-6402 Dry Onions 4 19c The Workingman's Market Delivery Mon. - Wed.-Fri. AGEE Cooking 0ii 24 OZ. JAR 39c MA RKE T E RI A