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Sh fl The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, April 2, 1964 7 eridan Pair ' ,,uakes,Waves .................................................................................................. Named Leaders guestsMrS" ofLeahher sister,Hstetler and tans and paternal grandparentSValley AprilPlans for a booth for the Scout g W Oit[. =,e +ere Brin orries ['l lJ Mr. and lentz of Junction. 18 at the 4-H building in Iat.,w v h Mrs. John Kropf and family of McMinnville. omnmnmmmnmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnmm"mmmmmmmmmmnmmmmmmmmmmmnuttmnmmmmnmmmmtnmmo/ LINFIELD COLLEGE--Mary McMinnville. Tuesday evening dinner Devastating earthquakes in Ann Crowe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crowe of Rt. 1 Mr. and Mrs. (rl Yoderand Box 12, and Dale Jones, son of family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mish- Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jones of ler, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mish- 425 N.E. Hill st., both of She,-- ler and family, Mr. and Mrs. ida.n, are among new spring so mester officers of fraternities and sororities at Linfield col- lege. Miss Crowe is servingas ed- ucator of Phi Beta Mu sor- ority, while Jones is chaplain of Ome Delta Phi. The officers lead the organ- lzation in all business and soc- ial functions. They will be busy orienting new pledges and planning and conducting May Day Weekend activities this spring. Ballston Mr. and Mrs. L.E. Page of McMinnville were Easter d- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Page. Another sister of Mrs, Page's, Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Osborn of Portland, made a short call at the Page home also. to extend birthday greetings to Mrs. Page. Mrs. Mac DeJong was re- leased recently from the Me- Minnville Hospital, and is now being cared for at the home of her son. Jack DeJong. Mr. and Mrs. George Gard- ner visited the beaches Sat- urday, going as far as New- port. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Sirs. Onnie Johnson and family Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. John Shelton and chil- dren of Dexter, Jim Compton and Barbara Fast of Salem and Mr. and Mrs. Dermis John, son of McMinnville. Elsie Taylor attended burial services March 26 at the Zeaa Cemetery for Ralph Shepherd of Salem, an old family friend and ex-neighbors. Several of the Shepard chil- dren had bee pupils of Miss Taylor at the Zena school. Several Polk County office seekers are scheduled to at- tend the April 9 meeting of the Ballston Community club. A nice program of recita- tions, songs md exercises was presented at the Ballston SUn- day school's Easter program. +The program was followed by an Easter message by Ray.Roy Cowan. Gary Ktlmer emered Salem Memorial hospital March 31 for further surgery on his knee Mrs. Dave llinet of near Dayton visited Friday with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Lee Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Flet- cher of Tillamk were supper guests Monday at the home of Russell d Elsie Taylor. The Fletchers and Taylors were former neighbors in Ttlhmook. Mrs. Ezra Kilmer is announ- cing a spring concert for Sun- day, April 5, by young people of Fairview Home of Salem. The concert will be held in theYam- hill County Fair Building, and is open to the public. turday, March 28, Junior Moon, Crles Kadell, Melvin Johnson and Mrs. Ezra Kilmer tk &H club rabbit memters to a rabbit show at Rickreall. Several awards were won by the Ballston club, inchdinga cham- pionship for Dormy and Dale Moony. INSURANCE THAT GIVES YOU LAWSUITS. I FROM Jfa guest or trades- man slips on your fron +, walk or falls on your stairs you are liable for damages. But public liability insurance gives you full and complete protec- tion from costly iudgments. And it is one of 4'he cheap- est kinds of insurance to buy. Let us tell you more about it. Call 843-4764 LOIL HAMSTREET INSURANCE Melvin Mishler and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mishler and fam- ily were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A1 Burkey of Creswell, Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. (lvin Yoder and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Miller and family. Overnight guests Sunday of the Yoders were Robert Mishler _nd Dom- ingo Martinez of La Paz, Mex- ico. Mrs, Leah Hostetler was greatly relieved when she re- ceived word early Sunday morn- ing following last Friday's earthquake, that her son,David, and family, who were stationed at the Naval Base at Kodiak, Alaska, were all safe and well. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Chupp and fam- ily were Mr, and Mrs. Mervin Berkey and family of Salem, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Miller and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McTim- mends and Mrs. Hazel Wolfer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Enos Schrock and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Vera Schrock and family of Salem. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Amos East, and family of McMinnville, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Schrock and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Shenk of Monmouth. Mrs. D.F, Shenk and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nisly weF.9 Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Shenk of Pacific City. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Coblentz of Valley Junction are the proud parents of a 7 pound 6 ounce son, born Saturday at the McMinnville hospital. Maternal grandparents are Mr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Miller and family were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Shenk and Alex and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fowler and Darin of Lynwood, Wash., and Mrs. Robert Mishler and family. Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Thomson have returned to Rainier after sendin two weeks with Mrs. Thomson's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Stewart in Longview. Wash., and with Mr. Tomson's sister, Mr. and Mrs. JohnRob- errs at Rainier, where they caught their limit of Salmon in the Columbia. Easter Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and ,Mrs. Duane Thomson and family were Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Thomson. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Dickey and family, Mr, and Mrs. Richard Rothenberg. and Mr. and Mrs. Mired Rorme11 and daughter of Portland Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Thomson and Mrs. Duane Thomson vis- ited Monday with Mrs. Thorn- son's sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Letter, Mr, and Mrs, Earl Loney and Mr. and Mrs, Otto Fink in Oregon City, and with Mr, Thomsons brother, Sir. and Mrs. John Thomson in Milwaukie at the Rose Villa Methodist Manor, The Don Stuck family seems to be "accident prone". A week ago Sunday their oldest daughter, Susie received a slight concsim when she fell from her bicycle. Shewashos- pitalized until Tuesday. Easter Sunday, another daughter, Ter- esa, age 5, slipped and fell while playing on the merry-gc rotmd at the schcol yard and was rushed to the hospital, where approximately 20 stit- ches were taken in her head to close four different cuts. Den Mothers consisting of Mrs. Bill Ivie, Mrs.Donna LuX, and Mrs. Marjorie Owens met at the home of Mrs. Don Cool- and Mrs. Philip Saddler of Men- ley Monday morning and made Faulconer School News Reporters: Sandra Oldham big lollipops, we are going Gayle Yoder to break them into smallpieces Mrs. Lieth's first grade: We had fun hunting Easter Eggs. We enjoyed our Easter party. Mrs. McKendrick helped with for a treat on Slonday. Mrs, Bosch's third grade: We lost Patt3 Dunkin and Kim Marrs, Wegahled Donna Watts. the refreshments. We have a We had a very niceEasterPar- new boy from C1overdale. We ty. Mrs. Miller brought our are also learning to use a ruler treats. Joyce Agee and VoUa hi Numbers. Mrs. Burdg's second grade: We had our Easter party. Mrs. Looper and Mrs. Hamiltonwere the mothers that furnished our treats. We had cupcakes. We have been painting Easter Pic- tures on our easel. We've lost Beverly Dunkin and Scott Marrs. We also have some Frog Eggs that we're watch- Ing. Susan Stuck has been out of school all week but came back for our party. Miss Rowell's second grade: We had our Easter egg hunt. Dan Pearce and Marlyn Wood- all hid our eggs. Mrs. Croc- ker helped with refreshments. For refreshments, we had dec- orated cupcakes, cookies and orange and grape soft drinks. Mrs. Aldrich sent us three Harmong Doughs Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hill, was the guest of Western Electric company in San Francisco Thursday and Friday. He returned and spent the weekend with his parents. The Stitch and Chatter club met Thursday with Madalyn Hart for quilting. Those pre- sent were Shirley Sigrest,Mary Veach, Laura Blanchard, Viv- Firnlisz, Dora Thomas, Hannah Maroney, Violet Wetsel, Thelma Hill, Vea Walker, Gertrude Hunfflect md a guest Myra Ash. The April meeting will be at Mrs. Hart's home April 29. Mr. and Mrs. John Yeo of Dallas' were Wednesday eve-. ning guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fowler and son of LynwoodWash.,WhO have been guests of her par- ents the past week, returned to their home day. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Vch of ppoose were Saturday night guests of his parents,Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Veach, Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hill met Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hill in Corvallis and brought Mr. Hill's mother, Mrs. Pearl Hill, home with them for an extended visit here with her son and other relatives. Mrs. Floy Blair received word Monday from her cugh- tar, Mrs. Roy Burkrt, of Anchorage, Alaska that thefam- fly were all safe and tt they were one of the few families who had only slight damage to their home during the earth- quake. I']owles hid our eggs. We are now studying communica- tio in Social Studies. Miss Meyer's fourth grade: We put up a 3-D bulletin board about Spring. We have a new snake in our terrarium. Jeff Dunkin has moved to Wash ington, We are sorry to see him go. We are studying star constellations in Science, We are starting a Social Studies note book. The first unit is about forest regions. Mr. NIS- ly brought in his model of a donkey engine and explained how it is used in logging. Mr. McLean came in and explained about his job as a logging truck driver. He also answered our questions. We have redone our microorganisms experiement and are waiting for its results. Mrs. Huntley's fourth grade: Allen Martin snd Steven Marrs moved. We used straws, con- struction paper and crepe pap- er to make spring flowers. We like our new Social Studies book. Mrs. Ivie's and Mrs. Kad- ell's fifth grade: Dan Pearce has a weather gauge that tells the moisture el me air. Sev- eral of us hid Easter eggs for the lower grades. Mrs. Sloan's fifth grade: We have a new girl, Beth Wakefield, and a new boy, Bob Russell Gaff Spencer brought some mealworms. Merle Jordanhas a broken arm. We've made a map of the North Centralstates showing the products. In Science, we are making a ser- ies of bulletin boards about sound. We learned about sets and subsets in Math. We are starting a unit on the use of the library in Language and plan to visit the high school library this Friday. Gooseneck Mr. and Mrs. John Kaufman are happy over the arrival of their first grandchild, an 8 pound, 8 ounce boy born Tues- day, March 31 at a Salem hospital to their daughter and son-in-law, Mr, and Mrs, A1 Lochner of Salem. I 4-H News The 4-H meeting of the Pretty Purlers was opened at the home of Judy Sullins. We practiced knitting our slippers, Then Mary Miller played her viola for us. Refreshments were served and we played games. Mary Bernards, News Repor- ten Easter Sunday dinner guests of Edythe and Ruth Rhodes were Miss Maggie McIntyre of SaN em, Mrs. Bessie Hipple, Miss Sadie Palmer and Nicol McIn- tyre. Edna Schatz who tnderwent major surgery at the Portland Medical Center hospital last week returned home Monday evening and is progressing nicely. Mrs. Esther Thompson was honored at a birthday party Easter Senday at the home of her cughter, Mrs. Jack Bis- sell and family of Dallas with friends and relatives from Portland and Independence with 25 in attendance. She receiv- ed many lovely gifts and the group enjoyed a large Easter dinner. In the evening she had the pleasure to attend tle spec- ml Easter song services at the Salt Creek Haptist church in which her granddaughter, (r- el Bissell, sang  outstand- ing special Easter number "The Thorn Crowned King." Mrs. John Gutbrod enter- tained at a little birthday par- ty Tuesday afternoon at her home, honoring Mrs. Jennie Wilson whose birthday was on Saturday. Those enjoying ice cream, cake, coffee, gi:f_ ts and cards that Mrs. Wilson re- ceived were Mrs. Lehnd Sack- ett, Mrs. Don Atwood, Mrs. Dave Payne, the hostess and honored guest. Calling later in the afternoon were Mrs. Allen Brown and Mrs. Ina Rus- sell Alaska and tidal waves smash- ing Crescent City, Calff. caused Mrs. Floy Blair of Sheridan many anxious moments Friday and ,qturday. She has a daugh- ter living in Anchorage and another near the California city. On Saturday, Mrs. Blair re- ceived news through the Red Cross that her northern daugh- ter, Mrs. Roy (June) Burkhart I and family were safe and un- hurt. With one phone call per family permitted out of the dev- astated Anchorage area, Mr. Burkhart called his parents in Pittsburgh and they in turn con- tacted the Sheridan woman. Her southern daughter, Mrs. Robert ,vonne) Westbrook, re-. ported she and her family es- caped thetidal waves unscathed, although some of their lowland coastal property was flooded by the tidal waves which struck along the Pacific Coastline af- ter being started by the huge 'quakes. BIRTHDAY CALENDAR Sheridan High School Band Community Birthday Calendar sends greetings this week to Alice Markee, Ira Evers,David Baird, Margaret Melonuk, Ter- ry Joe Ellis, Freddie Lux, Sue LeRoy, Rachel Flatch, Greg Hays, Effie O'Reilly, Ruth Thomson, Larry Thompson, Sara Cole, Felty Yoder St., Rozella Lux, Timmy Reid, Rev. Ralph Perry, Harry Hayes m d John Hall Jr, Wedding con- gratulations go to Mr. andMrso Virgil Sloan, Mr. and Mrs Winer Melonuk and Mr. and Mrs. Don Atwood. EARL EDWARDS children, Ricl,ard Edwards and J'UANITA EDWARDS Joan Ramage; two sisters, Elsie Swearengin, Newberg, and Edith Funeral services for former Smith; and two grandchildren. Sheridan-area residents Earl Floyd Edwards and his wife, JOHN p. COUNTRYMAN Jnt Pearl Edwards, who were killed Saturday, March Requiem Mass will be cel- 28, 1964 in a tidal wave at ebrated Saturday, April 4, at Crescent City, Calif., were 10 a.m. in St. Michael's Cth- held Thursday afternoon, April olic church at Grand Ronde for 2, at Adamson's Sheridan Fun- eral Home. Interment was at Green Crest Memorial park. Edwards was 56 years old and his wife, 42, Mr. Edwards was born Nov. 12, 1907, in Missouri, the son of Thomas and Ors Hensley Edwards. He moved tothewest John Patrick Cotmtryman, who died Tuesday, March 31, 1964, in a McMinnville hospital. Rec- itati of the Rosary will be read Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Adamson's Sherid Funeral Home. He was 54. Born in Grand Ronde Nov. 24, 1910, he was son of Alvin T. and Mary LaBonte Country- man. He had been in pcr sided in Washington for several years then returned to Texas where they lived until the turn of the century. They returned to Washington and eventually moved to Grand Ronde. Her husband and four sons prede- ceased her. She is survived by two sons, Wiley D. Hobbs, Portland, and George O. Dixon, Washington. NELA E. REED Ftmeral services were held Wednesday morning, April 1, in the Ross Hollywood Funeral home in Portland for former Willamina resident Neh E. Reed, who died Sunday, March 29, 1964 in Portland. She was 91. Interment was in Willa- matte National cemetery. coast in 1929. He operated the Corral on West Main Street in Sheridan in 1961 and 1962 and for the past year had driven for a logging concern near Crescent City. He is survived by his son, Richard, Hubbard; a daugh- ter, Jean Iris Ramage, Wood- burn; a stepdaughter, Sharon health most of his life. Mrs. Reed, who is survived Survivors include his mother, by two sons, W.T. (Rocky) Stone Mary Countryman of Sheridan; of Wilhmina and Richard Stone two brothers, Sam of Sheridan of Umpqua; a daughter, Mrs. and Herman of Mill City; four sister, Ivey Smith of Sheridan, Dorothy Finley of Portland; Laura Riggs ofRoseburg, Ester five grandchildren and three Conrad and Ethel Logan, both great-granchildren, d teen of Salem. a resident of Portland since 1923. DREW ALBERTA HOBBS Brunk, Salem; three sisters, MANLEY FRANCIS THURBER Letha Eyestone, Los Angeles, Funeral services for Drew Sylv Bhseg, Deer Lodge, Alberta Hobbs of Grand Ronde, Funeral arrangements are Mont., and Gladys Halverson, who died Sunday, March 29, pending at Adamson's Sheridan Conrad, Mont., and eight grand. 1964 at a Dallas nursing home, Funeral Home for Manley children. Jnita Edwards was born in Iowa Nov. 4, 1921, the daughter of James and Edna Gross Lin- ville. She had resided in WiN lamina since 1944 and the past year had been employed as a waitress in Crescent City. 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