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The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, February 27, 1964 ........................... . - . - RIDAN BRIZl Harmong Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Jes- sup and family of Seattle vis- ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Harris, from Wednesday until Saturday. Mrs. Hugh Veach returned home on Wednesday after vis- iting for 10 days with her fam- ily in Nebraska; and in San Francisco. Ward Reineke of Oakland, la. has visited for a week with his cousins., Mr. and Mrs. John Veach. Other recent guests in the Veach home were Mr. and Mrs. V.E. Berggren and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Berggren and daughter. Glenn Hill attended the Fath- ers day celebration at Oregon State as guest of his son Dougls. Larry Hill and son, David, of Dorena were also guests of his brother and attended the basketball game Saturday night. Mrs. Glenn Lochner visited her daughter-in-law, Mrs. al- len Lochner, at Salem General hospital Frdiay afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Veachand their house guest, Ward Rein- eke, were Saturday eveningdin- ner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Veach and family. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Debrick visited Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Austin Brazeau who has moved back here after spending several years at Brookings. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Veach of Scappoose were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Veach. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shenk received news Saturday of the birth of a new little grandson, born Feb. 22, to Mr. and Mrs. Byron Shenk of Goshen, Ind. The baby weighed 5 lbs. 8 oz. and joins an older brother. Larry Rose, who is with the Navy at Long Beach, Calif., spent the weekend with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J,F. Rose. Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Clore were called to California last week because of the illness of Mrs. Clore's sister-in-law, Mrs. Harold Lowers. Mrs. Clove is caring for the children while she is in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Shenk of Portland and Myron Shenk of Oregon State were Sunday guests  Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Shenk. Mr. and Mrs. GlennHillwere Stday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brown and family at Fort Hill Mr. and Mrs. Claud Sllkwood Eugene were Sunday guests of their niece Mrs. J.F. Rose and family. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Baird and family spent the day Sat- urday at the coast. Monday afternoon guests of Mrs. Floy Blair were Mrs. O,I Aldrich and Mrs. W.P. Harris. Restaurant Plans Now Underway Plans are underway at Valley Junction for a grand opening event at the recently-opened BirchelPs Restaurant, just northeast of the Junction, according to J.W. Birchell. Featuring complete break- fast, lunch and dinner menus, BirchelPs recently has under- gone a complete modernization and expansion program. The Birchells also operate a groc- ery store and service station near the restaurant. [-Free Prizes- ] LISTEN THURSDAY p:00 A.M. TO 7:00 A.M. I I T "BROTHER LEE" ! | O.T.E.,.o. KROW RADIO 1460 j For Willamina i I Dinners For Two I Odginal Pancake House i 4532 Portland Road i SAL EM IFRff----- ! HIT COUNTRY ALBUM ITHIS WEEK REGISTER AT i Koski's Dept. Store INAME ............ 6,DDRES$ .......... ...... _ ....... ! LISTEN TO WIN!! I THURSDAY 5-7 A M i KROW 1460 ! The Girl Scout Cadettes in Mrs. Lawrence Ellis's troop are working on their hostess badges and for the Legion's Past Commander and Past President's banquet Monday night made the table arrange- ments. Usinga patriotic theme, they made Uncle Sam bats, using tin can crowns, trimmed with red, white and blue. They filled the crowns with pussy willows and spring blooms. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hunt- ley left by train Thursday to visit their dattghter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe LeMoss and Darrell in Denver, Colo. Lor- raine Huntley clover and Joe LeMoss of Fort Collins, Colo. were married January 10, and are making their home in Den- ver, where both are employed. Donna Bride, freshman daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Bride, is a victim of monon- ucleosis and has been bedfast the past 10 days. She will be down for at least severalweeks. Francis Bradley entered the McMinnville Hospital last Thursday and had major sur- gery Monday and he is re- covering satisfactorily. Mrs. Minnie Kennedy, 87, will leave by bus Sunday to return to her home in Simpson, Kan., following a three month visit with her daughter and son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gen- try. Mrs. Kennedy, making the trip alone, will stop in Grand Junction, Colo. to visit relatives enroute home. She made the trip last year to Oregon also, spending several months dur- in the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Dell Stouten- berg and three children of Yak- ima, Wash. visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ellis and Julie, from Friday through Sunday. Coming to visit them on Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ham and children of Salem. Approximately 400 persons ate turkey Saturday evening in the IOOF hall at the annual Rebekah turkey dinner. All the food except the turkey, rolls and potatoes,was donated. Pro- ceeds will go for improvement of the Oddfellow building. March 12 the Rebekahs will prepare and serve a dinner for the county-wide conservation district. Mrs. Harry Flatau is chairman. Mrs. Cliff Bride served as chairman of the tur- key dinner. The Oddfellows held a reg- ular meeting Tuesday night and as a special entertainment fea- ture the Girl Scouts in the Swed- ish dance number performed their routine. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hip-. ple and Leslie of Portland spent Saturday afternoon with Mr. Hiple's mother, Mrs. Bessie Hi ple. YOU NEED SUNSHINE MILK QUALITY 'OU'LL NEVER FORGET iii ii i i m iI iii m ii ii Ililll illl SUNSHINE DAIRY 843-6402 BANNER Margarine ei i Sheridan PTA executive board will meet Monday night, March 2 at Chapman Grade school at 7-30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Metzger of Portland are the parents of a ? lb. 1 oz. daughter, Jean- ette Ranee, born Feb. 18 in Portland. The new arrival is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sig. West of Sheridan. March meeting of the Sheri- dan Garden club will be Mon- day, March 5, at the home of Mrs. Wayne Sparks. Garden Safety will be the topic, pre- sented by Mrs. Lloyd Nisly. Mr. and Mrs. Sig West and Ricky attended the Art Adver- tising School Studio's exhibit in Portland on Saturday. Mrs. West's son, Gary Metzger, is a student at the art school and had work on exhibit. Gary is employed in the Portland State University library. DEL MONTE SALE PINEAPPLE 211 CRUSHED.CHUNK-TIDBITS 1 SLICED TINS 89c GREEN BEANS 4 T'"' 89c CORN PEAS 4 T':/T79 TOMATO 10 :/79 9c TOMATO 300i;C99c Next meeting of the Happy Rippers Knitting club will be March 5 at the home of their leader, Mrs. Don Cooley. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Steward and daughters are now residing at Myrtle Point, where he is en- gaged in logging. They hope to rent their Sheridan home. Kevin Cooley visited over- night Friday and Saturday with Robert Amerine, former Sher- idan resident, at the Marion Amerine home near Grand Ronde. The Girl Scout Cadettes en- joyed a swimming party Wed- nesday evening in the McMinn= GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 10 LBS. KRAFT COTTAGE CHEESE PTIO* WITH PURCHASE OF 3 NO. 303 T4NS OF DEL MONTE PEARS SPINACH 6T'"'9900 Sheridan Bowling League By DAVE YODER STANDINGS, Feb. 25 Team W. L. Pts. Agee's Marketeria 19 8 25 Sheridan Grain Co. 15 12 21 Kizer Sheet Metal 15 12 19 Darigold 15 12 19 Tuggle Chev. CO. 14 13 19 Hammons Htway Mkt. 13 14 17 Sunshine Dairy 13 14 17 Don's Body Shop 12 15 17 Rickreal Farm Supply 12 15 17 Femcor #4 13 14 17 Biskey's TV 12 15 16 GillespieSs Care 9 18 12 and Jeff of Sheridan. Sunday dinner guests at the Elmer Yoder home were Mr. and Mrs. Bob McLean and fam- ily. Mill Creek ,,..., ,o ,,.,.., Talk For Fellowship Recent Sunday dinner guests Marilyn Bride will give her at the Elmer Yoder home were UnitedNations speech Friday Mr. and Mrs. Warde Hersh- at the Phil Sheridan Fellowship berger of Woodburn and Mr. meeting at 2:30 p.m. in prep- and Mrs. Bob Swartzentruber aration for competition fords- trict honors and a trip to the U.N. this summer Saturday night at the IOOF hall in Mc- Minnville. BEEF Mrs. Kenneth Knutson was hostess Wednesday to the Study class of the Trinity Lutheran women of Dallas. The feat- ured speaker of the meeting was Mrs. Howard LvonofSher- dan, who spoke on her two years spent in Japan. Other guests from the Sheridan area included Mrs. Toivo Simonson, Mrs. Waino Simonson, Mrs. E.A. Brandt and Mrs. Vernon Brandt. BEEF ROAST ,0049o ARM CUT OR WHOLE HAM PORK STEAK ROAST BLADE CUT DR. VICTOR E. JOHNSON Chiropractic Physician HOURS: 9-G:O0 MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 9.12 THURSDAY & SATURDAY GENERAL PRACTICE. LAB & X-RAY 876-3302 188 S. MAIN-WIMN 1 Block South of Bridge ................... Gopher Valley .................... There isn't much news this Sunday guests at the home of week because everyone has been Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Agee were busy catching up on yard work their son and daughter-in-law, and enjoying the nice weather. Mr. and Mrs. John Agee and family, of Salem. In the after- Mr. and Mrs. Morris Salters noon another son, NormanAgee of Salem were Sunday visitors and daughter, Joyce, of Sher- of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilder. ldan called on them. Mrs. Ralph Hansen and her Mr. and Mrs. G.C. Pomeroy mother, Mrs. Florence Conner, of Salem were Sunday dinner of Sheridan were Saturday aft- guests at the home of their son, ernoon visitors of Mrs. Belle Mr. and Mrs. Claude Pomeroy. Smith of Sheridan. BUSINESS ESDAY MARCH 4th Ellingsworth's Super Mkts Reserve Right to Limit SHERIDAN - WILLAMINA Ad Effective Thru Sat. QUALITY YOU DESIRE - BRANDS YOU KNOW- PRICES YOU LIKE SHOULDER PORK ROAST,00 BOLOGNA 5,00s 169 iiEAK 59c II II BETTY CROCKER FRESH DOUGH (TUBE) Biscuits CATSUP -- TUBE 00.0FFEE L00.69C .,.o.,.. ,,o00.uou,o 6Fo.99 c Tomatoes &.149 &.209 ,6sOhT 149 White King or 7b GIAHT Joy SAVE'Ir 7 PIN EAjPJEicEE FRUIT 1 "NSO BLUE 59 = Winle r iCuAePd SEA RF LA p S 3,Os99o -"D'iCO'RRU'Gi"" TUNA , Pickles 4,o:'99c  Jl / DILL&WHOLE DILL 204R:L PIL 7C SPUDS 00a;.OIDI BOBBY J APPLES 9,o,89 REG. 43 GIRL'S & WOMEN'S ---- iieili AlIb' C'O'IEN DE LtCtOUS C "'7C P,NS 7..,.. II .c 3,,.s99c 00BROCCOLI BU.19 c ViNyiOLO'''EIT 130 CALOVOS 3,0'29 ` SHOES ..,or