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6 The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, March 12, 5HIRDA.H BRIEF8 Miss Nancy McKibben spent Tuesday afternoon in Salem where she talked to Girl Scout troops at South Salem Heights school. She told of camping experiences when she attended the Girl Scout camp in Mich- igan last summer and of the Roundup she attended in Idaho the previous year. Sheridan PTA will meet Mon- day night March 16 at 7:30 p.m. at the high school cafe- torium for a short business meeting, with election of of- ricers and room count. The program will be "family fun night" in the gymnasium starting at B p.m. when the fathers will play their grade school basketball sons. The PTA food sale has been postponed until April Sheridan Masons met Wed- nesday night for a regular ses- sion and entertained visitors from the Amity Masonic Lodge. Boy Scouts of Troop 262 went swimming Wednesday evening (March 11)in the McMinnvllle pool. Providing transportation were Scoutmaster Don Cooley, Ken Graham and Mrs. Toivu &imonson. Mrs. George Mowery and the late George Mowery returned from a three months trip only the day before his death. They left Dec. 7 to attend the wed- ding of their son George in Calif. and returned March 6. Mr. and Mrs. George Mowery Sr. Gooseneck Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Lund and Perry of Astoria wereFri- day overnight guests ofherpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Ab- bott and family. Saturday they drove to Reedsport, where they visited his brother, Mr. and Mrs Dale Lund and family. Mr. and Mrs. Willie R. Har- girt and family and Mrs. Joan Johnson and family were Sun- day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Don Strunk were home from Idanha over the weekend and visited with Mr. and Mrs. John Cooper and son Cal Kflmer attended the State Wrestling tournament at Cor- vallis Frlday and Saturday with other members of the wrest- ling team at Willamina. Mr. and Mrs. Mayes Smith were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Keeton. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rhodes and family visited In Kings Val- ley Stmday with Mr. Rhode's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Berklund and family. Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Abbott and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Harris of Willamina. Stmday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs, Paul Kllmer were Mr. and Mrs. Derald Hostet- ler of Albany, Mr. and Mrs. Avon Kaufman of Canby, Mr. and Mrs. Roman Yoder and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Swartzentruher and Jeff and Melvin Miller of Lake Oswego. Mr. and Mrs. John Kaufman and family visited In Salem Sunday with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A1 Lochner. The Kaufmans Sunday evening hos- ted Mr. and Mrs. Major More- lock of McMinnville. Miss Mary Howell of Grand Ronde was a weekend guest of Miss Lynette Hertzler. | LISTEN THURSDAY | poo ,,.M. "ro ,:oo ,,.,,fl IT0 ".0,, L." I / " '" "" " / KROW RADIO 1460 For Willamina ---flEE .... Dinners For Two Original Pancake House 4532 Portland Road SALEM FREE HIT COUNTRY ALBUM THIS WEEK REGISTER AT STONE'S FUEL CO. NAME ............. ADDRESS ......... LISTEN TO WIN!! THURSDAY 5-7 A.M. KROW 1460 and Mrs. Robert Luce of New York are visiting this week at the Mowery home. The Sheridan Past Matrons will meet March 18 at the home of Mrs. LaVern Holman in Grand Ronde with Mrs. Quaff Knox as co-hostess. A potluck dinner will preceed the meet- hag. Miss Louise Arndt observed her birthday anniversay on Monday and was the guest of honor at a surprise birthday party on Sunday afternoon at her home. Guests included her sisters; Mrs. Ann Metge and son Charles of A)bany, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kutch, Mrs. Kather- ine Merge and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Strandt and Mar- lene Strandt all of Albany and Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Cutbrod and Cynthia. Birthday cake, ice cream and coffee were servo ed. Mrs. Joe Mauer and Mrs. Don Cooley attended the 4-H leaders training session on bread making and techniques given by Ann Ogden of PGE in McMinnville last Tuesday. On Wednesday, Mrs. Mauer and Mrs. Ira Rogers attended the Key 4-H leaders meeting at the courthouse. Mrs. Elsie GeNmrt of Grand Ronde who has been a pneu- monia patient in the McMinn- ville hospital since last Wed- nesday returned to her home Monday and is slowly improv- hag. [or WRESTLING MATCH over the basketball is waged by Tom Neeley and a Dayton player Friday night during a grade school basketball game, won by Sheridan. The win gave Sheridan first place in YES league play. (Sun Photo 110) GRAND OPENING of the remodeled Fire- side eafe at 518 S. Bridge street, Sheridan, will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednes- day, March 18, according to Ruth and Everett Hill, the new owners. 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