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January 24, 1963

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THURSDAY, JAN[JARY 24, 1963 Federal and S.ate F.eturns Freparcd Gcneral Accounting OPEI DAILY  EVENIIGS WILLAMINA BGOKi0000PING SERVIC00 VINCENT B. SMITH 260 E. MAIN ST., WILLAMINA Santiam Girl Scouts Plan Parent Dinner At Independence Jan. 26 Plans have ,been nearly com- pleted for the Santiam Area Sen- ior Girl Scout Parent - daughter potluck dinner to be held Satur- day, Jan. 26, 5:30 p.m., at the city hall in Independence. Over 150 Senior Scouts and their par- ents will be attending from Ben- ton, Lincoln, Linn, Marion, Polk and Yamhill counties. Featured, on the program will be the speaker, Mrs. Tjalling Wi- jbrandis, wo recently moved to Salem from Curacao, Antilles Netherlands. Mrs. Wijbrandis has wide experience in the Scout Movement and is presently a member of the Western Hemis- Phere Committee of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts. Dinner music will be provided by a combo from Sheridan and. Troop No. 10 of Salem will pre- sent a brief skit. 2qhe evening&apos;s program will cloGe with group singing. The theme for the dinner, "Senior Opportunities -- 1963" will be reflected not only by the decorations and the program but also by the girls in attendance, as many of them will be partici- Pants in these coming opportuni- ties. Thirty two girls will take a five-week trip to Mexico, spon- sored by Santiam Council, while 00ecelve living by listening to the DOUBLE others will be participating in Regional, National and Interna- tional Events. Planning for the dinner has been under the dffection of the Senior Planning Board, the Council's Senior Girl Scout co- ordinating group. R o b e r t :a Stringham, Salem, president of Senior Planning Board, has wor- ked with the following members in coordinating plans for the" &inner: Lynda Wendal, Albany; Joyce Howland, Corvallis; Milly Gibbons, Independence; Joy Luse, McMinnville; Kathy How- :ell% Salem; and. Nancy McKib- i ben, Sheridan. Proceeds from the dinner will be used to help several high school girls take part in Girl Scout Opportunities in this coun- try and abroad during the sum- mer of 1963. New Officers Wilsheron Barracks Are Installed The Veterans and Auxiliary of W.W. I Wilsheron Barrack No. 1030 met Jan. 10 in the VFW hall in Willamina. After a potluck dinner the Auxiliary held their regular monthly meeting, 13 members being present. Visitors, Mrs. Laura Cleveland of Dallas, present to install the new officers; and Mr. and Mrs. George Hams, Dallas, attended. R. Lea Norris is still in Barnes hospital, and Veterans Service officer of Polk county, Ridgely Miller, is also in Barnes hospital. Frank Schalek is a patient at the Veterans hospital. Word was reoeived from the department office that the Dis- trict 3 meeting will be postponed until f.urther notice. The Auxiliary is planning to sponsor a coffee hour at Barnes hospital later in the year. The next meeting will be Feb. 14. SHERIDAN BRIEFS Winer "Butch" Melonuk left Tudbday +for FreaSure Island at San Francisco, where he is sta- tioned with the U. S. Navy, fol- lowing a 15 day leave, spent with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Winer Melonuk in Seridan and his wife Mrs. Penny Melonuk and new baby son Jeffrey at Mc- Minnville. , , FEATURE FRI. & SAT. JAN. 25-26 Also Spook Shaw Following Regular Shows ......  FEATURE WOR01 ALSO SPOOK sHoWI FOLLOWING REGULAR SHOWS Hi- Way Theatre_ SHERIDAN SHERIDAN. SUN, AN Y COtrl'Y, 00oint Installation Odd Fellows and , 00ebekahs Draws Large Attendance The Sheridan I.O.O.F. Lodge No. 87 and Ethel Rebekah lodge No. 1(;2 held a special meeting Tuesday night for joint installa- tion ceremonies for new officers of the two lodges. Installing of. ficers of Amity Industry Rebek- !ah lodge and Amity I.O.O.F. loctge performed the installation I ceremony. i Instailing officers were Dis. !trict Grand Master Ernest Gibbs and 4)istrict Deputy President Gertrude Richter; grand mar- !s halls, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Oounty PTA to See Language Lab "m Operation at 'Mac' Yamhill County PTA will meet Monday, Jan. 28 at8 p.m. in the library of Adams school at Mc- Minnville. The program will be "modern teaching methods." Thee will be a demonstration of high school science, also a visitation to the language laboratory :ac- ross the street from Adams Wood; grand wardens, Russell Lawson and Hazel Gibbs; grand +ecretaries, Soren Sorenson and Anna Crichton; grand treasurers Glen Weston and Jewel Lynch; grand chaplains, John Gibbs and 'Bessie Sorenson; grand inside guardiank Art Glendon and Rose Wood; grand outside guardians, Louie Lynch an4 Phoebe Osborn, and musician, Nolle Tunner, Installed as noble grands were Curtis Levy and Floy Blair; vice grands, Ernest Frack and Mrs. Tommy Yocom; treasurers, John Fancher and Mrs. E. L. Waldon; wardens, Mark Smith and Mrs. Wayne Sparks; conductors Floyd.: Baird and Mrs. Mark Smith; R.S.N.G., Robert Cole and Mrs. Cliff Brkle; L.S.N.G., Francis Bradley and Mrs. Franklin Pratt; chaplains, Guy Call and Miss Inez Rowell; inside guardians, Charles Ritner and Mrs. ,Francis Thompson; outside g.uard.ians, Joe Hammons and Bill Bosch; R.S.V.G., Nichol MeIntyre and Ruth Wright; L.S.V.G., Bill ,Bosch and, Mrs. Merle Munson. school to the Junior High school Other Rebekah officers instal- and actual manipulation of the led were Mrs. Earl Mulford, fin- buttons to show hov it works, ancial secretary; Mrs. Curt Levy, Also those present will learn color bearer; Emma Seth, and how third grade arithmetic is ' Ruth Moore, right and left sup- presented by the modern teach- porter to chaplain; Mrs. Ernest Huntley and Mrs. Lawrence El-[ ing method, lis, right and left supporter to Mrs. Elwin Heilinger is the lo: PNG; and Mrs. Perry Newton, cal PTA representative and Mrs. Cecil Baird, local PTA president, junior past noble grand. is the county publicity chairman, I Roll call of lodges was held, both of whom will attend. Any-[Dayton having 14 present; Am- one interested is invited to at. lit,',' 23; Ballston 1; Plum Valley, tend and it is hoped for a good turnout. O.E.S. Hers Report Obligation Night was held Tuesday evening at the regular meeting of Sheridan Chapter No. 89, OES. During the business meeting, the secretary Mrs. Le- tha Browning gave her annual report. The Chapter had initia- ted three new members, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Sloan and Miss Lin- da Sund.rud; and .had four affil- iations: Gust Gustafson, Inez Bush and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Standard. Four members were lost by death, Hattie Menden- hall, Harriett Strand, Mary Brown and Thelma Edwards. Visitors were Viola Wilson of McCoy, 2; Sheridan 34 and North Dakota; a&c numerous visitors. Mrs. Perry Newton, retiring as noble grand, was presented with a gift from her officers. A cake walk was held for funds for the I.O.O.F. sponsored United Na- tions contest held Jan. 23. Cake and coffee were served afterwards by a committee head- ed by Mrs. Gil Ogden. Members were reminded of se- veral benefits, card parties on Jan. 24 at Amity, and Jan. 26 at Dayton, both for the elevator fund at the I.O.O.F. home in 'Portland; and the turkey dinner on Feb. 23 by the Sheridan Re- bekah lodge. i Sheridan Briefs 1 Dayton, Grand committee mem- ber of the Home Endowment It seems every day is "Sheri- dan" day at the fa,orite fishing Fund Committee and Mrs. Gla- dys Wakefield, member of Ms-lhole near Hobo. Ernie Huntley dera Chapter of Madera, Calif. I cunte4 156 from Sheridan there Cake and coffee were served one day last week. in the dining room. afterwards by I Friday evenin members of 'Winifred Bayliss, Gladys Gustaf- the Sewin. Club met at the son an4 Lillian Smith. I home of Mrs Emma Seth stand - Tl Feb. 12 meeting will be tng the evening sewing and vis- Landmarks.  iting and having-a dessert lunch Sheridan Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Marceaux and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crump are youth directors of the Chris- tian Endeavor of the local Chris- tian Church and Saturday eve- ning 45 from Sheridan attended a pizza party and county C.E. rally in Amity at the Amity Christian Churoh. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Genette, for- mer Sheridan residents, are spending the winter m)nths this year in California. They are re. siding in a trailer house. Mrs. Norbert Holdgrafer was hostess to her pinochle club on Tuesday, and following the des. sert luncheon Mrs. Eugene Small and Mrs. Richard McCord held high scores for the three tables of pinochle and also won the traveling pinochle prizes. Mrs. Matt Krauthoefer Sr. held the consolation score. Mrs. Bill Hurl will be the next hostess. Herman Crisp of Portland spent Wednesday visiting his mother, Mrs. George Crisp. Charles Wright returned home on Tuesday following surgery in McMinnville on Thm'sday, hav- ing made marvelous recovery. Mr. and :Mrs+ Glen Ckapman left Wednesday morning for their home in Brookings after visiting several deys with his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Dickey Sr. T00LEPHONE afterwards. Present were Mrs. Ads Grauer, Mrs: Glen Grauer, Mrs. Ray Buchholz, Mrs. John Sitton of Carlton, Mrs. Corrine Ehnes, Mrs. Grace Bradley, Mrs. Jessie Beals, Mrs. Rex Menden- hall, Mrs. Johnny Marceaux and Miss Inez Rowell. Mrs. Boals will be the next hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Smith and. baby daughter of Salem vis- ited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Smith on Sunday. The Lois Circle of Emmanuel Lutheran hurch met Monday :morning at the home of Mrs. Don Mendenhall. Mrs. Lorne Nadiger presented the topic "Faith," also an article on faith that she had prepared for a magazine, was read.. Ethel Rebekah Lodge will sponsor their annual turkey din- ner Feb. 23 with Mrs. Harry Fla- tau and Mrs. Ernest Huntley serving as co-chairmen. GREEN ACRES FLOWERS Mrs. Robert Mitchell Sheridan TH 3-4300 18.trite DIRECTORY Number Changes, Additions Please make these changes and additions in Your Telephone Directory: WILLAMINA Martin, Lestcr- 371 ,lames ................ B76-:,841 V<)\