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Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith re- ,iv d word Sunday of the deat a close friend, C. G. Long of en Grove, Calif. Having dinner with the James )Id] m family Saturday were and Mrs. George Crider and newly arrived residents )f the valley. The Criders had een on th.e road almost a weak, from their former home Colorado. Sunday aternoon callers at 111. "v v , ae .James Oldham home were ]e trt :dr. and Mrs. Roy Bird of Sher- -ldan and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Old, ham lad their grandchildren, Mary iMm Michael, Joe and Leslie Ann ol!a( lel of ;heir spring vacation with them. "en Pl McMinnville, spend e.  Fhey took them home Saturday. , 79,] Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith were for .lim r guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bird Saturday in honor of Roy ;birthday. Mr.and Mrs. Norman McGrew boys of Dayton were dinner of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Olcham Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lucht md family of Medford returned Sunday after spending week with her parents, Mr. Mrs. Earl Smith. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Sunday were their daugh- Mr. ants Mrs. Gale Schmitz u jZ This is the seashore. Color the sea blue. Maybe it will remind you to start saving for your vacation now at and family of Amity. They also called on Mrs. Margaret Neilsen. Calling Sunday on Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tilden were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Spencer and daughter of Newberg, and Mr. and. Mrs. John ,Reed,an5 family of Willamina. Mke and Marylin Tilden of Amity were Thursday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tilden and family. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Haugen spent Mamh 16 to 21 in Central Point with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Lacy ancb family. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hansen called on her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilder Tuesday ev,aning. Sunday visilgrs of Mrs. C. M. Sanderlin and sons, and Mrs. Belle Smith, were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bronson and, children of Molalla. William Bronson was,, observing his 6th birthday. Cal- ling later were Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Smith and son of McMinn- villa. Michael Smith, son .of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith, made enough points to win the golden trophy for the 8th grade in basketball, at the sports tournament at Lin- field college March 3. The trophy was presented to Chapman grade i sekool with Michael's name en- graved on it. On Wednesday, Ella May Wil- der, who spent spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Wilder, visited OCE in Monmouth, where she plans to attend this fall. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilder took Ella back to Toledo; G00 Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Abbott were Sunday guests of their dau- ghter, Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Lund of Astoria. Steven AbbOtt, who had been spending spring vaca- tion with the Lunds, returned home wilt his parents. , Mr. and Mrs. Millard Keeton of Sheridan were Saturday evening .guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mayes Smith. Larry Kaufman of Lebahon spent the weekend at the John Kaufman home, while Joan Kaufman was a guest at the Ed- ward, Kaufman home in Leban- on. Mr. and Mrs. John Kaufman and family were dinner guests Saturday of the Edward Kauf- roans and Larry-turned home. Tuesday a group of ladies gathered at the heridan home of Mr. andJ Mrs. Tom Mishler, for an old fashioned papering bee. Helping were the Mesdames Le- roy Chupp, Elmer McTimmonds, Carl Yoder, Kenneth Shank, Cal- vin Yodel Alvin Miller, Paul Kilmer, Roman Yoder, Esther Berkey and Cathryn Mishler. The Mtshler's will be moving soon to Sheridan Road where tey have purchased a home. Mr. and Mrs. Elwoo Berklund -- ,t Sharon and Cal, calling on .Mr. and Mrs. Ray _r and Linda, and having i Ntd . Q i dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Robert t Eisler and family. Mrs. Charles Garringer's par- " ents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Shep- i herd moved from North Platte, I N  Nebr., where they are staying . | N  D 4 | j  with their daughter, Mrs. Mable 843-6402 mmmmmmmmmmmm New  Used GLASS Mishler Wreckers qictllace Bridge 876-2432 NNNINBNNBNBNI .Hicks. Mrs. Shelaerd spent from Friday to Sunday with the Gar- Hngers. Sunday they took Mrs. Shepherd to Lafayette an& spent the day at the Hicks home. Ella Wilder called on Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrtnge and Mrs. Virgil Shepherd Saturday after- ' noon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Spooner en- joyed the state A-1 basketball tournament in Eugene Wednes- day thru Saturday. IN OREGON BEER IS A NATURAL From nature's light grain comes sparkling, light beer Oregon's traditional beverage of moderation--it's light, sparkling, delicious. And naturally, the Brewing Industry In Oregon is proud of the more than one million tax dollars it contributes to the state of Oregon each year--money that helps support our schools, our hospitals and our parks. In Oregon, beer .belongs--enjoy it.  UITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. [ Robert A. Lawrence of San ;.Diego, Calif., arrived last week to spend a two weeks vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,Paul Lawrence. and family of Kings Valley were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rhodes and family. Melvin Mishler of Portland vis- ited the wek of spring vacation at the ,Paul Kilmer home. Friday SHUR FINE Fruit Cocktail BANDON Cheddar Cheese PETER PAN FANCY Chunk Tuna GHIRARDELLI Instant Chocolate Drink *" 29 CAN , HUNT'S Tomato Juice 5 $1 CANS TENDER CRISP CELERY took Melvin .back to Portlanck and visited with Mrs. Harold Miller and Mrs. Derold Hostet- ler. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Schourock and son were Thursday visitors at the Tom Miahler home and Friday evening the Mishlers vis- ited with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hamilton. Mrs. Walt Perasso and family have moved into the Ken Stew- art place near Buell. Mr. and Mrs. John Kaufman were visitors Sunday at Tilla- mock and returned home with some nice clams. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kilmer and family ware Friday dinner guests of Mr. an& Mrs. Toivo Simonson and family. .Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hovey and Arne Hovey left for their home in California Sunday, after vis- iting at the Homer Hertzler home the past week. Sharon and Cal Kilmer and Albert Strunk were among the group of 20 MFY'ers and spon- bill and Ted Huer. Albert Strunk ancl Cal Kilmer were among the group of 20 Willamina boys initiated into the Letterman's Club at Willa- mina high school Monday. INSURANCE PROBLEMS? We Can Help You With Them - - "Gomprehensive -- Life -- Fire Automobile Health & Accident Insurance S&CKETT & WRIGHT ......... INflURANOE 142 8. BRIDGE TH 3-4712 What's Up Doc? Everything But Prices at AGEE'S Marketeria Bugs[ sors enjoying a potluck dinner'[lllllmlllmllllllflflllllllmflllmllUllllR the 1 ' soo00.,. ,o a,,o,oooo 00MORE group drove to Blaine were they attended special church services in the evening. ] The Homer Hertzler family re- / ceive word Thursday of the|   mA ,k $. R death of his mother, Mrs. Cora| Hertzler of Los Angeles. Neigt- bors and friends wish to extend ] sympathy to the Hertzler family, t j/, Little 'Debbie Newbill, daugh-I ' ' t.er of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Newbill, 1 and Timmy Hamilton, son of/ Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hamilton, cele- brated their birthdays Saturday[ with a party that evening at the] Newbill home. Present were the] Bob Newbills, .Roy Hamiltons,| MONEY " and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. / Russell Newbill and Mr. and ] Mrs. Merle Nwbill / LL and great[  grandpa William Newbill, Mr.| and Mrs. Danny Hill, Mary New- "= '1 09 LOAF ONE/43 MORE POWER MORE VALUE MORE SAW light weight, hard workinl save you can depend on every time. 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