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February 14, 1980

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BONUS ITEMS IN DARIGOLD E IEi 2LB MED LOAF PRICES EFFECTIVE*, FEB. 14- 20 " STOIItlIOURStMON ?AT II PORK ARMOU DE CUT LB The Sun, Thursday, February 14, 1980 7 By Flay Blair Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Knutson returned Wednesday night from a two week's trip to southernMinnesota for the wedding of Mr. Knutson's nephew and then on to Washington D.C. for a meet- ing of the Federal Relations Network of the National School Boards Association. While there they had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sackett. Russell, a former Sheridanite, is doing free-lance writing in the Washington area. Sackett is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lcland Sackett. A college friend of Mrs. Knutson's, Pricella Anderson, came from Wethcrsfield, Conn., and joined in sightseeing for several days. Highlights of the trip included seeing a portion of Skylab in the National Geographic Society Head- quarters Building and watch- ing the Olympic torch relay exchange at Mt. Vernon in five degree weather. Miss lnez Rowell fell in the bathroom of her home last Sunday morning and received some bruises and was taken to the hospital for examination, but was released to c6me home. She is making a nice recovery under the watchful cyc of Mrs. Harry Hayes. The Past Noble Grand Club of Ethel Rebekah Lodge met Wednesday evening at the Rebekah Lodge at Willamina when Primrose Rebekah Lodge was host to the president of the Rebekah Assembly of Oregon, Anna LeKamy, for her official visit. The regular Eastern Star card party was held Friday afternoon with four tables of play. Gladys Yocom received high, Hattie Starns low, Goldie Smith and Marg Cooley Pinochle and Inez MePherson five nines. Mr. and Mrs. David Robert- son of Hebo were Saturday guests of his mother Mrs. Jessie Robertson. Due to an error in last week's paper the names of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Crow and children were omitted from the article about the Crow family dinner: Sorry Mrs. Crow. William Bowers Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hall Jr. of Beaverton were Sunday after- noon guests of Mrs, William Bowers. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Ada Swartzendruber were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Neal, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Yoder and daughters, and Leona Schla- bach. Mrs. Fern Eberhart and Mrs. Hedwig Gutbroad were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Eberhart. Fifteen members of Ethel O^L~L~t. I^A,~A at"+~tntl~tl th~ 19 FRESH 100% ALL BEEF LB REG 169 A ,::i 3 HNDQTRS, LB SAVE ARMOUR SPARE 20' COUNTRY STYLE 19 LB OCTOBERFEST SLICES LEAN CENTER CUTS ARMOUR PORK BUTT BONE IN LB FRYER LEGS g THIGHS (BREAST 1`6 LB) LB 8OZ OLD FASHONED CINNAMON FRU IT PAN PAN OF 8 GERMAN CHOCOLATE 2 LAYERS MAPLE CARNATION INSTANT REG 3/79' REG. 2`9 ..... PALMOLIVE LIQUID KLEENEX NYQUlL 220Z REACH, POPUP, 2 PLY 20OCT REG B9 60Z REG 23' Gladys Yocom. Dorothy Matusch, Mary Etta Newton, Mary Stewart of Pacific City, Betty Bowers, Flay Blair and a guest Eloisc Hulett. After the business meeting crazy eights was played" with Mary Etta Newton getting high, Eloise Hulett low and Flay Blair received the door prize. Tuesday evening friends of Miss Clara Y~der suprised her with a potluck birthday dinner. Tlae guests arrived and were at her house when she returned home from work with their baskets of food. Those attend- ing were her sister Ada Swartzendruber, Celesta By- ers, Cora Wagler, Leona Yamhill 5aturaay. uomg tram here were Louise Thompson, Kae Pratt, Mary Etta Newton, Marilyn Marsh, Marg Cooley, Theima Mulford, Betty Bow- ers, Flay Blair, Giadys Kilmer, Dorothy Matusch, Gladys Yocom, Lueille Williams, Nell Turner, Frances Rossner, Wanda Guyton, and Ted Rossner who belongs to the Dayton Lodge. The Sheridan group had the honor of seating the convention officers of which Marg Cooley was conductor. When the conven- tion honored their past presi- dents, Sheridan was honored by having two past presidents, Mary Etta Newton and Gladys Rebekah Assembly of Oregon, I iN T Schlabach, Ida Mae Bon- Anna Le Kamp of Baker was trager. , Ida Weirich and Leona honored uestl~ alon~ wtth' Retmer. . , honored guest along with Thursday evening Marg other state officers and past Colby Betty Bowers Mary , . , state presidents. The conven- Etta Newton Martlvn Marsh, , . tion will meet in Newberg next and Flay Blair attended year. 7 RDI'4DI ,t By Miekey Wade district #1S in Yamhill Satur- 879-5060 day. The teens of the Nazarine Church arc doing the cooking fi)r a family dinner Thursday evening Feb. 14 to be served al 6:4.q in the church annex. Everyone is welcome with donations accepted. Huch and Ollie O'Leary enjoyed a visit in Molalla recentlywhen four sisters gathered at Faye Hungates home for the yearly reunion. Others attending were sisters Addle Willbroad of Canby and Sylvia and husband Ray Martell of Portland. O'Leary's daughter and husband Mr. and Mrs. Dick Thomas are staying with the O'Learys while Dick is attend- ing school in Eugene. Sharon Palanuk's brother Barry Swanson a former resident of Grand Ronde is in the army training as a medic in New England. He enjoys the war games training and expects to be sent overseas. Sharon's sister Melissa Swanson has moved from Roselodge to tffe Fort Hill Junction area. Kathleen Pal- anuk is doing morning volun- teer work with little children at the Grand Ronde elementary school. The Grand Ronde PTO raised $400 for PTO projects saturday evening. Susie Werth was in charge of the food; Donna McMillan the bingo; Jerry Easterling was auction- eer with JoAnne Coblentz PTO president, over-all chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Little- john and sons Jeff and Mark were skiing at Timberline Lodge Sunday. Dinner guests Sunday at the Ron Taylor's parents Lee and Lilian Taylor of Beaver visited the Ran Taylor family Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Wheeler are the parents of a baby boy, born at home Feb. 6. He weighed 7 Ibs. 4 oz.; was 20 inches long and was named Jesse Christopher. He joins two brothers 7 and 8 and a sister I% years old. Mary Smith came home from the McMinnville Hospital Monday aflernnon via an ambulance, A Polk County nurse will come in each day for a while. She will be resting in bed for two weeks but Ted will help her walk some each day. Their son Charlie and wife Donna smith of Portland visited Ted and Mary Smith Saturday. The Grand Ronde sixth grade is having a car wash Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in Willamina at the parking lot between The High Spot restaurant and The Corner Store. The money earned will be used for food and expenses of an overnight "Outdoor School". Prices will be $1.S0 for small compact cars; $2 for normal size cars and small pickpups; and $2.50 for vans, large pickups, campers etc. Visitors at Mickey Wade's home Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Williams of Tacoma, Wash., Chris Will- iams of Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. Brien Williams and son of Salem. 'Block Watch' in Willarnina Elwin Littlejohn residence w~i~: B~ssie Walkiewicy of The Willamina Police M'I 'au ie Ore., ~nd Jill Department has initiated Littlejohn, Bessie has b~n a Neighborhood Watch visiting her son Richard and and Block Program for wife Katherine Doran in Sheridan. Irving Lauman and son David had a fabulous time skiing at MI. Hood Meadows on Saturday. Dorothy Houston, Edith l_ittlejohn and Mildred Wade of Primrose Rebekah lodge #184 attended the Rebekah ladies' 72nd annual district meeting of Rebekah lodge city residents concerned with area vandalism and theft. Persons interested in participating in the pro- gram may call the police department or April Merritt The purpose of the program is to develop a community awareness i iii