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H8 L Guests were Mrs. Henry ast, Mrs. Everett Jones and ill Mrs. Howard Muller, rs, Eugene Smail and Mrs. .rowa and her sons, Ray and wayne. Mr, and Mrs. Roy Singer of E@nOnton, Canada were Thurs- day afternoon and evening gists of Mrs. William Firn- eisz and family. Mrs. Muriel reenlaw joined the group for me evening. t Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Misch- er, Were guests of her sister u brother-in-law, Mr. and . rs. Kenneth Shenk from Wed- 'maY tmtil Friday Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Eisele ve announced the birth of a ghter, Mary Louise, who ]01as six older brothers and Sters. i%hC Mr. and Mrs. Ted Farring of eswell are visiting their ter and son-in-law, Mr. d Mrs. James Rose. . rs 2:'lver Corvalhs Frl y between the basketball game. !! and Seattle Umversity. l;eir son, Douglas, came home |lth them for the weekend. ry rs, Tom Hiron and Mrs. Tibbets were hostesses klay evening at the Tibbets Crae for a pre-marriage h0Wer honoring Miss Gwen 0Chner. Vitness Meet )ue In Salem :To the unity demonstrate 1 can exist among people of classes when their interest Centered primarily in the rShip of God and to provide ,"ration for .nersons desiring CUrate knowledge of their rector, a circuit assembly of -h0vah,s Witnesses will be :ld at Leslie Junior High "hQl in Salem, March 13-15," lid j ltst r B. Dunk;n, Sheridan of the organization. SESSION LEADERS - Spearheading arrange- ments for the Oregon Association of Educa- tional Secretaries regional meeting Saturday at Sheridan High school were three Sheridan women. Mrs. Edith Dunn (standing right), president of the OAES, said the meeting was RETRIEVING A LOOSE hall in the Sheridan- Wlllamina Grade School "A" game here Fri- day night was a Willamina player after a play- er from each side went to the floor. Sheri- 'Chighly successful." Making arrangements were (left to right) Mrs. Carl Moore, dis- trict clerk; Neppie Lou Bell, secretary at Chapman school; and Mrs. Marvin Widness, secretary at the high school. (Sun Photo 114) dan's "A" squad picked off another win over Willamina after the Sheridan "B" team was nipped in a preliminary contest. (Sun Photo 109) Gooseneck .......... mm in n lllii men mm iiiiiim u.i i, Mrs. Dennis Overholser of Seattle arrived Sunday after- noon at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hertzler for a week's visit. Mr. Edward Kaufman and Larry of Lebanon were Sunday dinner guests of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. John Kaufman and family. Mrs. Ray Adams is visiting her grandaughter in Stockton, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Mayes Smith were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Koeton of Sheridan. On Monday, Mrs. Smith was a guest of Mrs. Willie R. Hargitt. Tuesday evening dinner guests of the Paul Kilmer fam- ily was her brother and wife Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wolfer of Sweet Home. Wolfer is considerably improved from his recent Illness and hopes to be back driving his logging truck before long. Mr. and Mrs. Kind Barker and famIly of Dallas were Sun- day eveningvisitors at the Loyal Abbott home. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Lund of Astoria were Tuesday over- night guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Abbott. On Wednesday, they and Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Abbott and Steve attended funeral services in Salem for Mrs. Abbott's grand- father, G.R. Burroughs. / 4-H Cook Club Selects Name GRAND RONDE---"The Chefettes" was the name chosen by Mrs. Nolan Curl's 4-H cook- ing club. Assisting will be Mrs. Dorothy Weaver and Junior leader, Norton Curl. Officers elected were presi- dent, Joyce Weaver; vice- president, Susie Larson; secretary, Susan Howry; news reporter, Stella Curl; recrea- tion leader, Linda Mahurin;and song leader, Judy Strom. Other members are Vickie Fuller and Cheryl Smith. : LUttSHIfil]TO[I"S BIRTHDFi00I SPEI00IFILS00 'lt CtltRRII:: A 0 $1 O0 ,v c,0.0 -- .... I o 00Hams00 I BETTY CROCKER O LB. V lCAKE M,X 89 ws,o'o ,T.Oo FFreshCUtrye ors 8 5 2 to 2 Lb. EACH Mr. and Mrs. V.N. Burgett of Portland were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rhodes and family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kflmer and Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. Der- aid Hostetler of Albany and Leroy Miller of Portland and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Swortzen- truber enjoyed dinner at the Coast Saturday eve. Mr. and Mrs. Hostetler and Miller were overnight guests at the Kilm er's. The Sheridan Sun. Sheridan, Oregon. Thursday t February 20, 1964 Veach Gets Nomination Study (?Zul5 For Slate Farmer Degree Dinner Mr. and Mrs.John Cooper and son are staying several weeks at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Strunk. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cruick- shank and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Trine attended funeral services in Dallas Thursday for Mrs. Fillmore Trine. Mrs. Trine was a sister-in-law of Mrs. Crulckshank and daughter-in- law of Mr. and Mrs. Trine. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Lochner of Salem were overnight guests Friday and visited Saturday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kaufman and family. Ballston By MABEL MELLEMA Mr. and Mrs. Doug Selby of Dallas visited Sunday evening at the Elwin Small mid Everett Small homes, and with Mrs. Selby's mother in General hos- pital in McMinnville. They were returning home from spending the weekend in Springfield at the Tommy Morris home. Sunday visitors at the homeof Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Coffelt were their son, Clifford, and family of Independence and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Stevens of Mon- mouth. Sunday, the Charles Kadell and Ezra Kilmer families help- ed the Ralph Kadell family com- plete moving to another of Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Brandt's houses, near Mill Creek. LELAND VEACH President of the Future Farmer of America chapter at Sheridan High school, Leland Veach, has been nominated to receive the degree of State Farmer at the organization's state convention in Klamath Falls next month. Veach, a senior at the high school, has served as president of the FFA Parliamentary Pro- cedure team and was one of three finalists in the public speaking contest. His super- vised farming program con- sists of two head of registered Joint Meeting Hosts Leader Mr. and Mr. J.M. Keaton of Sheridan spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lenz and Mar- llyno Dr. and Mrs, Robert Sflvis of Eugene are visiting her sis- Sheridan and Amity Eastern Star chapters held a district meeting Feb. 11 in Sheridan and Worthy Grand Matron Mrs. Virginia Wright of MyrtlePoint made her official visit. A pot- luck preceded the meeting. Ot he r visitors included Gladys Walls of Tigard chap- ter, grand representative su= preme of the grand chapter of Scotland; Ann Smith of New- berg, grand committee mem- ber of the Estral committee of Oregon and Mabel Welters, worthy matron of Newberg chapter. All were escorted and ter Mrs. Edna Tufford, who has seated in the east with thewor- been confined to her home sev- thy grand matron. eral days with cold complioat- Sheridan chapter had opening ions and closing ceremonies and the good-of-the-order when they The 12 members of Melvin Johnson's woodworking class are showing progress and in- terest in their various projects. inmmmmmnmammammn New & Used GLASS Insurance Jobs A Specialty Mishler Wreckers Wallace Bridge Willamina 876-2432 mmmmmmmmmmnmmmm honored Mrs. Wright with a de- gree carrying out the diamond anniversary theme of the Grand chapter She also was present- ed with a gift from the two chapters and the worthy matron. In Mrs. Wright's talk, she told of the coming 75th anniversary of Grand chapter and what is being pIanned as a celebration in June. Amity chapter had charge of the escort and other work. Re- freshments were served. Sher- idan Past Matrons will entertain the chapter at the Feb. 24 meet- ing. Guernseys, 12 acres of bar- ley and 10 acres of oats. His p r o j e c t record book placed seventh in the Lower Willamette District contest. The state Farmer degree, in any year, is limited tenet more than two per cent of the total membership in the state, so Oregon would not gain more than about 95 State Farmers each year. Selection for the award is based on FFA, school and community leadership ac- tivities, scholastic ability, knowledge of agriculture, the supervised farming program and the records on that pro- gram, according to Jim Balti- more, FFA chapter advisor at the school. Previous winners of the State Farmer awards at Sheridan, since the FFA chapter was founded here in 1950, include Paul Ell;oil and Ed Munary in 1958; Eugene Chrismanin 1960; Jim Crowe in 1961; Ron Sloan in 1962; and Gary Crowe in 1963. :o News, i :noo, : Members of the Sheridan Study club entertained their husbands with a dinner meet- ing Thursday evening at the Methodist church. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ken Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Sechrist, Miss Inez Rowell and Loft Hamstreet. Decorations and place cards carried out the Valentine theme. After dinner, Ken Williams showed colored slides taken while he was stationed with the Air Force in Morroco. He gave interesting narration along with the slides. A display table of items he had obtained in Morroco also proved in- teresting. The March meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Harold Ladd, with Mrs. Emma Seth as co-hostess. ',Republic of Congo" will be the topic pre- sented by Mrs. Jolm Funk with Mrs. Cecil Harrison to give the spotlight. During the past week the second grade made a bulletin board relative to the parts of different plants we eat. The first grade has just com- pleted another reading book. Students are learning new words very fast. Friday was an exciting day for our room, as we had a Valentine party. in the intermediate room, all enjoyed our Valentine party. Mrs. Russell. Mrs. Fanning and Mrs. Moon served refresh- ments of ice cream sandwiches, heart shaped cookies and punch. Instead of the usual large Valentine box, each child dec- orated a paper sack for his or her Valentines and they were arranged in the front of the room. For art we made pic- tures of Washington and Lin- coln to have ready for room decorations when Valentines are removed. For the upper room's Valen- tine party , we played word games and exchanged Valen- tines. Jacque O'Nan, Violet Lambert, Steven DeJong and Milch Morris served refresh- ments. Chicken-pox is still the or- der of the day, with several pupils absent. Individual pictures of stu- dents and teachers were taken Feb. 12. Pre-schoolers who had pictures taken were Danny Smail. Jeffrey Moon and Pat- rick Maxfield. Grange Slates Weekly Dinners Buell Grange plans potlucks at 7 p.m. through the winter months instead of refreshments afterwards. For Tuesday night's meeting, two visitors, Carlton Brown and Earl Cruise, both of Salem, were present. They talked over the insurance program with Grangers. The Community Service com- mittee gave a report ofthepro- jects selected for the ensuing year. The Grange will re- store the Buell Chapel on the Buell Park grounds, will try to improve the Red Prairie and Mill Creek roads, will continue to help with the Red Prairie dam project and will look into the weed control program. Feb. 16 was officers' train- ing day at the Oak Grove Grange hall. The grange is sponsoringtwo dances monthly as a benefit for the grange. Area Stuer,ts On Honor R I Three area students - two from Willamina and one from Sheridan - are listed on the President's Honor Roll at Ore- gon Teclmical Instituteat Klam- ath Fails. Gary Lo Chrisman of Sheridan attained a 3.764 grade poin, average during the term. }i, is majoring in medical X-r;,. Bruce E. 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