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The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, March 5, 1964 Sheridan Man Taking Naval Recruit Course ALAMEDA, CALIF. -- Ray- mond Jo Simonson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Simonson of 521 Jefferson St., Sheridan, is undergoing recruit training at the Coast Guard Base, Alameda, Calif. Under the supervision of his company commander, he is learning to wear the Coast Guard uniform properly and proudly, how to march and per- form the manual of arms, pro- per cleaning and stowage of clothing and the high standards of Coast Guard discipline. In field and classroom in- struction he is learning funda- mentals of seamanship and gun- nery, use of small arms, mili- tary justice, communications, physical fitness and Coast Guard history. Harmony Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wetzel were in Portland Feb.22 to attend the reception for new cit- izens at the Pacific auditor- ium. The Stitch and Chatter club met Thursday with Dora Thomas for quilting. Those there to enjoy the day were Laura Blanchard, Violet Wet- zel, Madalyn Hart, Hannah Ma- roney, Thelma Hill, Vivian Firnetsz, Mary Veach, Velna Walker and a guest, Mrs. Wat- kins. The next meeting will be March 26 with Madalyn Hart. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hill re- ceived word the last oftheweek that their daughter, Mrs. Ken- neth Vannane of Eagle Point had fallen while skiing. She broke her right ankle and leg and is now a patient at Rouge Valley hospital at Medford. Mrs. Samuel Wetzel was in Corvallis Saturday and Sunday as an alternate delegate from Polk county at the Democratic convention. She served on the Health and Welfare committee. SHERIDAN BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Chris- man enjoyed having all of their family home over the weekend for the first time in three years. Their sons, Terry and Bill, reside at home and Gary was home from OTI at Klamath Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hirons and daughters of Al- bany and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Chrisman were spending the week at the Chrisman home. Joining the group for a pot- luck Sunday were Mrs. Chris- man's two sisters families, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Evans, Donna and Thelma Jean and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bourn and Rodney of Salem, and Mrs. Chrisman's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Royden Cox of Central City, Neb. They were visiting a daughter in Portland. Dorris Roy, Yamhill county home extension agent, pre- sented the topic "Food Misinformation" at the Feb- ruary meeting of the Sheridan Home Extension unit, held Thursday at the home of Mrs. E. L. Waldon. By MRS. FLOY BLAIR Mr. and Mrs. James Cox were hosts Saturday evening at a pinochle party at their home. Those attending were Mro and Mrs. Robert Blair, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rosenbalm, Mr and Mrs. Floyd Rosenbalm, Mr. and Mrs. James Stillwell, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Abderhalden, Mr. and Mrs. Orin Ost, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Durant and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Lochner and family and her father, Nick Nicholson drove to the coast Sunday, going as far as New- port. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brown, and family visited relatives in Port Angeles, Wash., over the weekend and brought her grand- mother, Mrs. Pearl Hill, back with them for an extended visit. Lloyd Rosenbalm Jr., has been quite ill for the past week. He was in McMinnville hospital for a time and was later trans- ferred to St. Vincent's in Port- land for treatment from Thurs- day until Monday. He is now doing fine at home. r--Sheridan Bowling League-- By DAVE YODER STANDINGS, MAR. 3 Team W, L. Ets. Miss Lorraine Belieu and Charles Beggs of Portland, students at the University of Oregon, were weekend vis- itors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Belieu and Delores. Beggs, a journalism major, is a junior at the Uni- versity. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Harrison are visiting this week at the home of their son and daughter in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Har- rzson and family at Sacramento, Calif. Agee's Marketeria 19 11 25 Sheridan Grain Co. 17 13 24 Darigold 18 12 23 Kizer Sheet Metal 16 14 21 Hammon's Hiway Mkt. 16 14 21 Tuggle Chev. Co. 16 14 21 Sunshine Dairy 15 15 20 Biskey's TV 15 15 20 Mrs. Eva Frick was sur- prised Tuesday when Mrs. Hugh Cooley entertained her with a luncheon in honor of her birth- day. Mrs. Harold Burch was also a guest. She had baked and decorated a birthday cake for Mrs. Frick. Mrs. Dick DeJong Sro fell last Wednesday at the home of her son, Richard DeJong, and broke a hip. She is now con- fined at McMinnville hospital. Mrs. Charley Jordan has re- turned home following recent major surgery. She is getting along nicely. Scouts Enjoy 'Running' Feast Senior Girl Scout troop, with Mrs. Cliff Bride, leader, and Mrs. Francis Thompson, assis- tant leader, held a progressive dinner Monday evening. First course of crab cock- tail was served at the home of Mrs. Walter Donicht; the soup course at Mrs. Elwin Heilin- ger's; main course of chicken dinner was served in the Meth- odist church dining room by Mrs. Earl Evans, Mrs. Melvin McKibben, Mrs. Fred Wirfs and Mrs. Dean Holmes and then the girls journeyed to the home of Mrs. Francis Thompson, where they enjoyed their dessert course. A "Girl Scout deed" was tftk- ing a dish of each course to Donna Bride, who is confined at her home with mononucleo- sis. FL Club Holds Annual Potluck Annual F.L. club potluck was held Feb. 26 at the home of Mrs. Curtis Levy,with 13 mem- bers and one guest, Mrs. Allen Bloch, present. Regular meet- pig lilllllmtilll/lll Bill | I • • II i 0 :t Secret of i Action Zone= washing Plus features galore: CAPACI00 ! i • Automatic dispensing of bleach, detergents, dye. " • Fresh running water rinses. I .Automaticlintdisposal' ing followed the dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Britt Next meeting will be at the m • Spins clothes dry, dry, dry! and daughters had as their Sun- IOOF hall when initiation will ! day dinner guests their parents, be held for Mrs. John Ries and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Britt of Port- Mrs. Allen Bloch, with Mrs. land and Mrs. Florence Raines Edward Kosack as the hostess. : --- of McMinnville.Brownie Troop 475 is busy vealingheldF°ll°wingandOfnamesmySterytheweremeeting'sisterSdrawnWasre'!for THS FRIG  DAt RE Model WDS-2 4 colors or white! making place matsfortheFath- this year. Dessert was served er-Daughter banquetMarchl4, including a birthday cake for I WASHER EVEN SOAKS Z i! 95 They are decorating them with Mrs. Art Reid. Door prizewas flags from different countries, won by Mrs. Reid, first prize They are also working on a by Mrs. Cliff Bride and low tainment.muslcalpant°mimef°renter" prize by Mrs. CharlieMatusch. I AUTOMATICALLY! Cub Scout Den 1 is making  ; ;;::H::d scrapbooks and working on pro- jects toward points for badges. BIG, BIG VALUE I L I TIk S a s et, ware CapS/m d °°"" """"' "'* B*" I ! ate CHECK CLASSIFIED 146 S. Bridge Sheridan 843-6122 TODAY i m i m Hill/IliaD/l/ • / m maD ililllil) There will be three guest speakers for the March 10 meeting of the Yamhill County Council for the Handicapped at 8 p.m. in the 4-H building at the fairgrounds in McMinnville. The three, from the Oregon Fairview Home, include Dr. John Schulte, pediatrician, a director of the outpatient de- partment of the home;Dr. Matt- hew Krms psychogit; k, C. Richard Ferrell, psychiatric social worker. They will talk on the "outpatient clinic". Anyone interested in sending their handicapped children to the Mt. Hood Kiwanis Summer Camp for handicapped children is requested to contact Howard Nice of Sheridan, secretary of Rickreal Farm Supply 13 17 18 the county council for the hand- Don's Body Shop 12 18 17 lcapped. 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