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6 The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, February 20, 1964 .................. SlSBIDKI BBII ................. Douglas Thomas, baby son of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Thomas, who had lung surgery Jan. q at Doernbecker Hospital at Portland is getting along fine, but will have to remain at the hospital for an additional two or nree weeks. Mrs. Thomas and boys are residing at their home on Jefferson street, so she can commute to the hos- pital to visit Douglas. Mr. Thomas still is employed in Springfield. Seventeen new board mem- bers have been appointed to serve with the Yamhill County chapter of the American Red Cross, according to Jack Cole- man, executive secretary, among them is Dr. B.J. Miller of Sheridan. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Lath- am, accompanied by her father, M.E. Bakke of Portland and her brother andsister-inlaw, "Mr. and Mrs. T.M. Bakke, also of Portland, went to Seattle on Saturday to attend the funeral for M.E. Bakke&apos;s brother, the late Theodore Bakke, 87. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gray- son, and Bobble and Larry Mas- cart of McMinnville were Sun- day dinner guests of Mrs. Hazel Waller and family. Mrs. Paul Burns and Adam of Umatilla and Mrs. Don Burns were Saturday luncheon guests of Mrs. Leah Hostetler and Lillle. Adam remained over the weekend with his grand- mothers Mrs. Hostetler. Gerald C-ardners son of Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Gardner of Pit- lard, former Sheridan res- idents, has been signed as one of 40 singers and dancers for the musical revue Du Pont will present at the New York World's Fair, opening April 22. Duane Hulett is expected home this week following a month's stay in Mississippiwith friends he met while in the strafed on the following ladies: causes of heart disease are Sunday dinner guests at the service. Duane recently was Mrs. Harley Whitten, Mrs. Bill hardening of the arteries; released from the Navy after Albin, Mrs. Frank Reidel, Mrs. rheumatic fever: congenitalab- Ira Evers home were Mrs. Ger- Murry House and Mrs. Frank normalities; infect-ions; and ald Kropf and children of Har- four years service. Bergstrom. lung diseases. Symptons are risburg, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Evers, Greg and Rlta and Mr. Mrs. Robert Robertson was Next meeting will be held shortness of breath, pain in and Mrs. Earl Neat and family. hostess to the Loyal Mothers February 2'/th, when Larry chest, and faintness. club on Thursday, having a Bell, Polk county juvenile of- Howard Nice of Sheridan dis- Mrs. Otto Trice was has- luncheon with three tables of ricer, will be guest speaker, played an all-metal special tess to Circle No. 2 of the "500" afterwards. Prizeswent All lnterestedparentsareurged walker, which he constructed, Methodist church Wednesday and will take to the physical for their blue plate luncheon. to Mrs. Matt Krauthoefer and to attend, therapy department at the Twelve were present. Mrs. Lilltan Smith for high scoresand to Mrs. Florence Sheridan FFA Oregon Fairview home, tolearn Fisher for the consolation if it ls suitablebeforeadditional Mrs. Roxle Bryant of Wit- ones are made. lamina was a Sunday afternoon score. Andy Haugen and N.T. visitor at the George Daley Dan Clare, who is going to +..,"eaker Named o,eum me  com.on ome school atClarkcollegeatVan" wood and metal walker, which G0pher Va[]e couver, Wash., spent the week- is being used by a five-year- end here with his parents, Mr. old Yamhill county girl. Representing the Sheridan and Mrs. W.P. Clare. High FFA chapter in the FFA Weekend Snow Mr. and Mrs. ClaudePome- Mr. and Mrs. John Yea Dallas were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hill. Mrs. Fay Blau and A.A. Wren were Saturday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Breneman. Mr. and Mrs. SoT. Rose of Springfield were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Rose. L:: 'l Ronde Women Council Sees Mrs. John ...................................................................... Marner and children s Mill Creek Community club Mr.Mill=0 ,+Creek,,, :/ o o:'Zllst:; an:'Mr. "L__d":er'pa:entstMr.nd Film ,, ^ Meet +,," ,s Vera Schrock and will meet Saturday evening dell and Janice moved Satur-Mrs. Dale Kadell and Chris. Kadell, for a week's visit, Hold ,.,., .Meenn. family, spent the weekend at Feb. 22, for a regular month-dayintotheBrandtblockhouse Sunday dinner guests't1 Sweet Home visiting Mrs.Mar- ly meeting. There will be a recently vacated by the Larry Saturday night and Stmday Kenneth Knutson home wel D:v:td a fVo:itthz:o' r :rgrar her's slier, Mr. and Mrs. Cal- potluck at 6:30 and after the Stevens family. Calling Sunday guests at the Elmer Yoder home and Mrs. Robert LadysJU_ co nt e vin Emmertt and family, business meeting a program of on the Kadells and their daugh- were their daughter and son- jeff s Mr. and Mrs. Matt GRAND RONDE---Regular Association, showed a film on meeting of the Grand Ronde hardening of the arteries at John Marner, a member of a local talent will be given by ter, Mrs. Ran Kluth, and baby in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Warde families in the community, were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hershberger of Woodburn and DallasSns Steve and Mark, | male quartet from the Sheri- Berggren and baby daughter and Susie McLean of Sheridan. J Womans club was held the February meeting of the dan Mennonite church and the Thursday, Feb. 13 with guest Yamhill County Council for the pastor, Raymond Mishler left Sunday guests at the W. H. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Berggren of A Monday evening d[ Mrs. William Grauer of Gresh- Kilmer and John and Mr. and ter, Ronda, of Seattle arrived BrandtSs 6th grade tea speakers for the evening Ben Handicapped, held Tuesday Friday evening for Vanderhoff, Brandt home were Mr. and Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Mrs. Ronald Kluthanddaugh- guest at the Knutson homel Curry and Edie Bloch of Ben's evening in the 4-H building at B.C., where they gave a a Mrs Charles Kadell Anita and Friday evening at the home of Mrs. A es Gould. Beauty Salon in Sheridan. McMinnville. Afterwards, Dr. program Sunday. They returned C. D. Huston of McMinnville home early Tuesday morning. Hair styles were demon- talked and said "among the Campout Due Eight Scouts - Patrol lead- ers and senior Scouts -will take part in a snow campout Smith, Dave Hubble and Le- this weekend with their Troop land Veach were selected for a leaders, Scoutmaster DonStuck speak-off on the basis of their of Troop 284 and Dick Scheely, speeches given in class. The assistant Scoutmaster. three speeches then were de- Stuck announced the camp- livered at the chapter meet- out will take place in the Cas- ing and Smith was named win- cade mountains, about 20 miles above Detroit at Marion Forks. roy had as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Pomeroy, Adda and Tom of Peedee and Mrs. Claudine Eden, Jeff and Cindy of Sheridan. Mrs. Alia Sanderlin and her mother, Mrs. Belle Smith, vis- ited at the homeofMr, and Mrs. Arch Person of Wlllamina Sun- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wood- ward of Dayton were Sunday +   Deadline March2, 1964 i i+i+i:,:+::,,::!!:!:!.!.!!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.!.,!,,,:::,::+i:!:!:!:!:i..iiiiii:iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iii}}iiiiiiiii!iii+++}!iiii.`` ......... ...:+:+i:;7``.iii++i+i;}:iJiiii}iiii!+iiiiiii++iii++iiiiiiiiiii.. :+::::!!+!!: ............... :;:!;:::C"!!!!!!!!!":" :':;''':::I':I'::':'I'=I'=:'::' +::+':'ii,!}!!:''::!:'!: :.N / ..................... .+.,.'..%,#:i  ...... ;+.,,..:::,,iii::ii::i::i+..:.,::i!.+:i: !!iii!i!!ii,: N Li!!:J:::,,+i!:.i!ii::.i. .................... i!} ii}ii.liiii!iii:i:iii.i.i. :;::iiiii .ii... In accordance to Chapter 609 Oregon Revised Statutes, all dogs which have a set of permanent canine teeth (approximately 5 months old) must wear a collar with license tag at all times. This provision of the law will be enforced. There will be a complete check of all the county area for tmllcensed dogs. In mailing for dog license, PLEASE indicate whether dog is a male, female or spayed female. All ap- plication for licenses received by mail bearing the postmark date of March 2nd or earlier will be ac -+ cepted without $2.00 penalty. Make checks payable to JACK BEELER, County Clerk. The Yamhill County Dog Enforcement Officer is Malcolm E. Wright, 41'/W. 13thSt., McMinnville, Oregon. Phone 4'/2-5294 or Sheriff's Office 4'/2-5121. Miss Patty Cook was a Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Isfac Peters her. His topic is, "The Sale day dinner guest of Mr. and and Mrs. Ed Frey of Dallas of Wheat to Communist Na- Camp will be pitched Saturday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Yoder and family, wez m,uay um. .estofMr. tions." morning for the overnight stay. Mrs. Frank Marrow and family. I In the sdternoon they drove to and Mrs. Kenneth Shenk. -- GOLD ..+. sc, A] bany where they attended ,. ,., u.-: al,nn Lochner  ! I MEDAL "--T' TUNA st eclal Church services for the ^_:",.' ,,--''..':.'t. T,,o+, __ .. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Reed D 4osons Nost of Silverton. Meet Visitors childrenMrS" LolVOspent theSimnsnweekend withand i! "  .........  / ' FLOUR AA Sheridan Masons entertained her parents Mr. andMrs. Emil I i  / I  1:89 5 G r visitors at their regular Febru- Johnston at Woodson. | cry meeting Wednesday nigi,t, ]'ins including Guy Burgess of Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Clair Thomas Minnville, district deputy; drove to Portland Sunday to . # Jmes Craig of McMinnville, visit their infant son, Douglas, JIbs. chairman of Masonic education; who is a patient at Dorenbeck- Joe Yackey of Newberg, dis- er hospital. They report he   2,,._L _ ., "} R^e.. 2.69 BUMBLE BEE LIGHT CHUNKTINS * {) }C trict representative for the is doing fine and hope to bring Eastern Star-Masonic Home; him home in about twoweeks.  +Nx/2f_l t (": / [ ,," V I" /UC T|||a "1 m" Floyd Hartze11 of McMinnville, representative for public Myron Shenk of OSU spent +.Vl     ld_[% IUflA .1 ImP  . schools in Masonic DistrictNo. the weekend here with his par- 4; Ben Gray, in charge of the ents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth |'|  BUMBLE BEE PINK w # Ylasonic blood bank, also from Shenk. .i FACIAL S Bob Carpenter and Fred Car- Mr. and Mr. 3.H. Klanee..ky 9enter. and daughters of Salem were ...... -L,. -.. Worshipful Master Gust Gus- Sunday guests of her parents, + CLAMDXZEE CHOWDER Z ,/ tafson presented Eugene Mc- Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Thomas. Kinley with his Past Masters \\; - ...... TISSLIE man of the building committee, a shower Sunday afternoonhon- Ad Effective Thru Sat Reserve Right to Limit 1 //i I' .. _ , gave a report progress .  LOU-A-ANA iF  [ll't LOU.Z- eing made on the Masonic the home at Mrs. Pay Lzvesy ,all. at Salem. QUALITY YOU DESIRE- BRANDS YOU KNOW-PRICES YOU LIKE . III UltUh ", [/ nvrTrt Amity Masonic Lodge mum- ' i m m/ m a-.tMr % V UT)/ mrs will be visitors at the Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cole- VIarch ....... meeting. , ciscoSII andweredaUghterSMondayOf SanguestsFran-of rtl" ...... ,,,. Ellingsw0rth's I Ellingsw0rth's , I l EE ut ....... r I ! Hnrlhnrt t his ffrandmother, Mrs. Laura r'llllibVYUltll5 #,ll|llllJf||| I --. -- Ellingsw0rths l "" ,m **,u. .F/: ..,, v,,H.. ,....,.-"i B1anchard.ealled on hisTheaunt,familYMrs. R.H.als tVDItD 3,AHUWILH I IALAU , ,,,,,,,, ,,,,I Macaront &Cheese l)/ OPTOMETRIST Thomas. SPREAD I DRESSING BLEACH ........ th "-rid e Street 843 6871 Mrs. Joe Humfleet returned Big 24-oz. bouOffi in:amstreet ,B]dg. home Monday afternoon from PREMI;M BRAND THURSDAYS McMinnville hospital, where g A M T P M she had been apneumonla pat- li / am,,, I i ,, / am, ,. I i mm, .o TILLAM00K COUHTY ........ " .... lent since Thursday. SATURDAYS M "ill" I00U', /In', I/ITS', Lhr;F,r, $1 4 .... M r. and Mr. J.L. Oviatt of 2P.M. TO6 F. Portland and Mrs. Floy Blair .. ..,. [ ' /"11',,# ,nrr,sr E VEN]GS BY were Sunday guests of their aunt J1 "11 .UL, .,,< APPOINTMENT and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Keas. . WHILt 5Lhr'LY LASTS I _ / IPU[ : i, %111:1:,}1: I BETTY CROCKER ll i / S I I ,ll --| l' ,111= ll ill C ," " "M " /* I ,o.oz F1ll MAJORETTE ELBOW ', 'i' =, ') | 5UI,I LK ,,Ko p 4LB I WIN FREE PRIZES ON THE , MACARONI ;,oi WILLAMINA SHOW '  ...... ,  -- FINEST QUALITY MEAT & FISH Washington s Birthday /..' #:+ : ....... ,- .... * Special ( EXA$ PINKCHIQUITA , ;i;: i:i: ,-. . rhtrrhtP I Fresh-at their best , __ p 411 i WITH 'BROTHER LEE . ; " mEG ': TUNE KROW RADIO---1460 , Grapefruit Bananas  "'c'es*rK] K3 OYSTERS ;)'J 6 |.I' * . II Fresh from the Ocean EVERY THURSDAY 5:00A.M. TO 7:00 P.M. 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LB BJNS?bIT Enclo d ERN " g se our C,hoice I District Public Speaking con- test will be Dave Smiths se- lected at the regular monthly meeting of the chapter after a speaking test among three members