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j MASH 7, 1963 Mill Creek --Lois Neal, Cortes. The Kenneth Knutson family ent the afternoon of Feb. 24, the beach house at Roads Mrs. Kennett Knutson was Feb. 26 to the Women's Class of Trinity Lutheran of Dallas. A pot luck din- was enjoyed at noon by 14 and five children. Guests Mrs. Leo Repplinger, Laura and Mrs. Earl N.eal, and Linda. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer YodJer and Sharon Yoder of Amity and McLean of Sheridan were guests Feb, 24 at the Ho- Nice home at Willamina. guests were Adeline Bon- tager and three children of Sunday dinner guests at the Kn.utson home were Mr. Mrs. Ron Miller of Dallas Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Brandt. Thursday dinner guests of the Knutson family were and Mrs. Walter lvie and Mr. Mrs. Harley "Burdg. Mr. and iVh',s. Iva Evers called at the George Daley Caroline lomberg of lle attended the St. Alumni dinner meeting at restaurant in Portland evening. Featured speak- was the president of the col- Dr. C. M. Granskow. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kadell and were Sunday dinner at the Charles Kadell at Ballston. Mr. and Mrs. Iloff Harris spent in Salem visiting their ughter, Mr. and Mrs. Benny and family. Susie and Linda McLean of were Sunday guests at Elmer Yoder home. Mrs. Charles Kacell and Mrs. Kilmer of Ballston were luncheon guests Monday of Mrs. Kadell. Mrs. Ira Rogers. who injured foot three weeks ago, is still up, ,but was told by her doc- she could begin putting a !tle weight ,on it. Her mother, W. E. Huntley of McMinn- stays with her during the and Elaine Rogers, who at tbe McMinnville Hospi- has been coming home to out on weekends. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Mar- aux, Mrs. Rex M, enderthall and and Mrs. Earl Neal and ehil- were Friday evening visi- Mat the Ira Rogers home. r. and Mrs. Cla[cton Atwood Sunday callers at tle Hugh home. Mr. and 1Vfs. Iloff Harris and called Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bainter nd family of Willamina and guests, Mr. and Mrs. Le- md Howk and family of Pilot Monday callers at the tloff IINIIIIIII|IlIIII MORE TH MONEY ONE/a3 MORE POWER MORE VALUE MORE SAW A light Weight. hard working saw you cpn depend on every time. Takes McCulloch's work saving accessories, tool Nights Dallas 623.2794 Tele. 876.25 IIIXIIIIIIIIIHIIlIUII Ualllll Harris home were Mr. and Mrs. Loren Harris of Tigard, Mrs. Le- land Hawk of Pilot Rock, and Mrs. Bb Granbo of Longview. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Neal and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Ev- ers were Sunday dinner guests a the Milton Kropf home in Shedd. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Yoder and family and Mr. and Mrs. Don Yoder Slent Saturday in Port- land with Carl's sister, Mrs. Dor. othy Schantz. She returned home with them and Sunday was hon- ored with a birthday dinner. Ballston --Mabel Mellema, Corres. Sunday visitors at he home of Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson were i her parents Mr. and Mrs. Alex 'Porter of Salem. Mr. and Mrs. John Holland of Otis were Monday dinner guests of Elsie and Russell Taylor. The .Ezra Kilmer family took a drive along the coast Sunday, going as far as Toledo. Visitors Sunday at the Charles Kadell home were Mr. and Mrs. ,Ralph Kadell and Janiee, Mr. and Mrs. Ch,uek Kadell and chil- dren of ,MeMinnville anti Mrs. Clifford Kadell and daughters of .Mirmv.ille. Mrs. Melvin Johnson and Miss Elsie Taylor attended special services Sunday night at the I Salt Creek Baptist church. Mrs. Forrest Staley and dan. gter, Mr. an& Mrs. Fred Mc- Daniels and family of ,Fall Creek spent Sunday at the E. D. Small home. Truman Sheldon and his mo- ther of Amity visited recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Gardner. Ballston Community Club will meet Thursday evening, March 14, with a 4-H club program. All in the community are invited to come. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Beachy and family of Grand Rond,e spent Saturday at the Ernest Lenz home. Mrs. Paul Lodi, assisted by rher daughter, Mrs. Judy Maxfield, entertained 16 boys and girls Saturday evening at the com- munity hall in h.onor of her dau- ghter Paula's 14th birthday. Af- ter a "make your own" supper of hamburgers, relishes and punch, birthday cake and ice cream were served to Susan Keltner, Janiee Wilson, Jaeque and Judy O'Nan, Gretchen DeJong, Mitzi Keller, Douglas Fanning, Larry Smith, Steven Morris, Curtis De- [Jong, Patti Cook, Bobby Kadell, Donny Moon, Mark and "Brian ikrzart, Pa.ula, auI  Jr., nd Rog- er Lodi. The evening was spent play- ing games, playing records and dancing. lklto School News Upper room new officers are: president, Brian Bozart; vies president, Ronald Hinman; sec- retary, Doug Fanning. The seventh grade is studying graphs in arithmetic. The eighth grade has been writing compositions and mak- ing a Civil War ,bulletin board. Eighth graders had their pic- tures taken at Amity last week, for their high school student body activity card next year. New officers in the interme- iate room are president Gordon Smith, vice president Anita Ka- dell, secretary Bob Herbert and 'sergeant at arms Steven DeJong. Students have been doing spatter painting in art. The two large pumpkins have been dressed as an egg and a rabbit. Students in the lower room are fixing the bulletin board in :he hall for March. The third grade finished* their Homes Booklets" and are now studying living things, and are learning to carry in arithmetic. The first and second grades have been studying money and are learning poetry. SHERIDAN BRIEFS Mrs. George Marrs Mr. i:t weekend at Oakridge spent visiting Mr. and Mrs. Avery Lash, former Seridan residents. SHERIDAN SUN, I GOOSENECK Mrs. Pcm Kilmer Mr. and Mrs. Russell Newbill and Marg, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Newbill and family, and Ted I Huer went smelt fishing Sunday and report good luck. Mrs. Fred Shandy of Portland visited .her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Strunk, over the weekend,. Several of the Blue Bird and Campfire girls from Gooseneck were among those atte.nding the Pageant at the Chemawa Indian school near Salem Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Lynn Rhodes was one of the mothers taking a car load of girls to the school. Mrs. Paul Kilmer, Mrs. Howard Nice and Doug; and Mrs. Derald, Hostetler were luncheon guests Monday at the Bud Miller home in Portland. Miss Maxine Kaufman was a weekend guest at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kaufman. Mr. and Mrs. ,Fred Rhodes and family drove to Kings Valley Sundey, where they visited his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Berklund and family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kilmer and family were recent dinner guests of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Yoder. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Miller of Albany. Mr. and Mrs. ,Benny Preston and daughters of Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schoppe and dau- ghter of Portland, and Ted Heur were Saturday guests of Mr. and SHERIDAN, YAMHILL COUNTY, Mrs. Bob Newbill. Mr. Heur re- mained at the Newbill's and will make ,his home with them.. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Over holser anc family of Dallas were re- cent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ho- mer Itertzler and family. Mr. and Mrs. Willie R. Hargitt and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mayes Smith. Friday visitors were an- other daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Johnson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roman Yodr and family and Avon Kauffman of Hubbard were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kil- mer and family. Harmony --Mrs. Floy Blnt, Cones. The Stitch and Chatter elttb met Thursday with Velna Wal- ker for quilting. Those present were Vivian Firneisz, Hanna Mo- roney, Laura Blanchard, Dora Thomas, Phyllis Current, Shirley Segrest, Thelma Hill, Lola Mc- i Ghie, Gertrude Hum_fleet, Alice Clots, Cathryn Lochner and a guest, Mrs. Schan. The next i moeting will be March 28 with Shirley Segrest. Mr. and Mrs. Rbert Blair and sons of Netarts were visitors Thursday evening to Sunday, at the home of his mother, Mrs. Floy ,Blair. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Abderhal- den and daughters of Newberg, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blair and sons of letaxts, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rosenbalm and children OREGON i i and Mr. and Mrs..Floyd Rosen- balm and sons were guests Fri- day evening of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Rosenbalm to help Mr. Ro- senbalm celebrate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. George Turpin spent the weekend at Oceanlake in celebration of their 15th wed- ding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Rieharc Brown and family of LaGrande visited Thursday to Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown. Mrs. W. P. Clore, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Loehner, and Nick Nickel- sen drove to Portland* Sunday to visit Mr. Clore at the Veterans hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Hathaway Buell f PoXland were weekend guests of his sister, Mrs. Laura Blan- chard. Douglas Hill of OSU spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hill. Miss Lsa- bell Cato of OSU was a Friday .evening dinner guest at the Hill home. Mr. and Mrs. John Veach visit- ed Sunday in Portland with Mr. and Mrs. Victor Berggren, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Veach and Virginia visited in the city with Mr. and Mrs. Jetties Drape and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Schroeder and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shenk. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Thomas and children, Mr. and Mrs. Don Stuck and children, and Mr. and Ms. J. H. Klanecky and daugh- ters were guests Sundey of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hill were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Brown. Mrs.' R. G. Thomas and Mrs. Laura Blanchard were Monday afternoon business visitors at Dallas. They called also, on Mr.' and Mrs. Carl Blanchard and daughters. Mrs. Muriel Greenlaw and, i Malcolm, and Win. Firneisz were in Vancouver B.C.I Wednesday to Sunday. Bridal Shower Mrs. Loyal Abbott and Mrs. Paul Kilmer were hostesses for a bridal shower honoring Miss Maxine Kaufman, at the Abbott home Saturday evening, Games were played, w i t h Mrs. Homer Hertzler, Mrs. Bill Lalack and Mrs. Don Strunk winning prizes. Mrs. John Kaufman won the :door prize. Tte gifts were open- ed and refreshments served to the Mesdames Russell Newbill, Don Strunk, Arthur Kimmel, Bill ' Cruickshank, John Kufman, John Tyo, Bill Lalack, C. Trine, Homer Hertzler, Mrs. Holford, Mrs. Roper, Jeanne Cruickshank, Joan, Nancy and Helen Kauf- man. Miss Kautman will be married March 16 in MvMinnville, to Ma- or Morelock. Sending gifts were Mrs. Fred Rhodes, Mrs. Charles Wilhelm, Mrs. R. J. Kosaek, Mrs. Ted Lund, Sharon Kilmer, Mrs. Mayes Smith and Mrs. Anderson. PAs Stu4ent to Portland Lirield College, MeMinnville Mary Ann Crowe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J,oe Crowe, Rt. 1 BOx 12, Sheridan, was among a group of Linfield college home econo- mics students who recently at- tended a meeting of the Portland Hom,e Economists in Business at Jantzen Mills in Portland. An early showing of fabrics and fashions for the coming swim season was presented af- ter which the students took a short tour of the knitting mills. Following the tour, the stu- dents .heard a panel dkseussion on home economics opportuni- ties in business. Prof. Edith Rey- nolds accompanied the coeds oR the trip. SUN.HINE DAI|V 848.64( iii i i iii lilillllUliilllnlil Now & Use GLASS Mislder Wreckers wme nrta Wllknnlna 8'78.24 IlltlIlilIIIIlilHI Norm & Mel Say's "You Cut the Cape00s. We'll Cut the i * Prices," Crackers lb. box 39c S&WlLB. CAN--57c . i , U. S. GOOD Coftee '1.09 Pot Roast lb. 49c i SNOW'S " LARGE Minced Clams 4 o=. *1 Dinner Franks lb. 39 c SNOW MEST SLICED Chunk Tuna 4 o=s 99c Danish Bacon 65C I BETTY CROCKER FRESH CLOVER Buttermilk ,K. 10, Butter Ib 59c Biscuits EARLY CALIFORNIA Pitted Olives 4 $1 CANS WHITE OR DARK Karo Syrup QUART BOTTLE 49 NO. 1 COTTAGE Bananas 2 lbs. 29c Peas BETTY CROCKER Angel Food Mix 39 Sheridan Girl Scouts will be selling Girl Scout cookies the re- .... ..-.t_. ,,==,o= oo,,00o, -_ '1 o.e-i-, t...--.i Cabbage lb 9 C 0 ! 11 tional boxes may contact one of the leaders, Mrs.  Mrs. Chuck Clark, Mrs. Lawrence Ellis, Mrs. Harold Gannon or Mrs. Cliff Bride. , ..... = NO. 2 - Spuds 10 lbs. 29c ,Giant Fab Ribbons O00ni " Bieach ........ -m,, ,,.. OIlS 4 lbs. 19C gal. 3 ....... En o..or00oo=n'. AGEE'S MARKET IA Sheridan Sun Delivery M:::tWed..Fri.