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6w----The Sherldan Sun' Sheridan' Oregn' ThursdaY' April16' I964 SHERIDAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE : E   i: ENTRIES MUST BE IN  V A--- RIZE--- FT ...... ] :O:ao an;:TL:i 1 :  1Yst o r e h rl=ln; ank Cvha cClhe2erC: fe eridan GrainHco BY 6 P.M. FRIDAY. S-7, 8-10, 11-14 ] E Stuck Electric, Inc. Ivie Hardware Oregon-Washington Telephone Co Ken Graham-Standard Oil Tuggle Chevrolet Co am Sarldan Su, Nic, Fuit,,  Applianoo Zm,gwoth'. S,p, m,,k,t D,i.o. Auto Part, m,.hy' Midw.y Mkt APRIL 24 ENTRY BLANKS AVAILABLE AT SPONSORING MERCHANTS Rock Creek G0pher Valley ..................................................................... , JEAN WILDER Harm0ny .......... --.-o- .................. Sheridan Man 's ""'"'"'""'"'"'"'"'"SAY SPECL VV,-,,.I Plrm_ Mrs. Lester Oldham recelv= Waddel of McMinnvfli% for License Pulled 7/11 RESTAURANT (formerly The Dog House) w.. --'"* "-- ed word from her sister, Mrs. the weekend. . I D.R. Shoemaker of Anchorage, D,scussecl Alaska, that they were among Rock Creek Club members held a regular monthly meet- ing at the Rock Creek Com- munlty hall this week and plans for improving the old school and adding a kitchen for the use of the community and club mem- bers are progressing. At this month's meeting, a fund raising dance was dis- cussed and the members de- cided to rent the VFW hall for the event May 9. Ted and Retha Faver and family, whom most local people remember, were asked to play for the Jam= bore, and have already written their acceptance. Dick Brown has donated a six-month-old Shetiand pony to be given away at the Jamboree. Also discussed was enter- ing a float in the Phil Sheridan Days parade. The answer to that is sworn secret. A good deal of coffee was consumed and several other things considered but the main item of the evening was the upcoming Jamboree. It looks as though the club will have a busy month. the very lucky ones. They were shaken up and bruised, but had only minor damage to their house which is located in Spennard, a suburb of Anchor= age. She reported that houses all around them weredestroyed. Mrs. Florence Corner of Sheridan, Mrs. Harry Wilder and Jean April 8 accompan- ied Mrs. Ralph Hansen to TO- led,, where they visited Mrs. Roy Wilder and her new son Marcus Wayne. Returning home, they called at the home Mr. and Mrs. James Old- of Mr. and Mrs. Orien Cor: ham were Mr. and Mrs. Earl ner of Beverly Beach. Smiths' guests for dinner in McMinnviHe Friday evening. Mr and Mrs. Gale Schmitz and family of Willamina were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Old- Sunday afternoon visitors at ham had their grandchildren, the home ot her parents, Mr. Cheryl, Leslie Ann and Joe and Mrs. Nelson Agee. GR Residents Dig New Site GRAND RONDE---Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Werth of Valley Junction spent last weekend dig- ging petrified wood on the Har- drock Ranch near Sunnyside, Wash. Mrs. Werth said a cat skin- ner had been hired to'doze the ground to bring up more rocks and the people looked like a flock of sea gulls following a boat. The cat skinner was most bewildered as this was the first time he had come in contact with '=rock hounds'. Mrs. Werth said they plan- ned to camp out Saturday night but the wind, sand and sleet were blowing so hard they couldn't hold a tent, so they spent the night in a warm motel in Pasco. While at the dig- Dings, they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Latimer also from Valley Junction and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shipley of Willa- mina. Sunday, they visited Mrs. Werth's aunt and uncl% Mr. and Mrs, Bruce Clark at Mil- ton-Freewater. They brought back all the rock the station wagon would hold and many specimens will be shared with the members of their 4-H Geology Club. , BALLSTON STORE M.J.B. 1LB. 79 c 3 LBS. S2.35 6 OZ. INST. 99 c i Free Prizes -1 r LISTEN MONDAYS-| | 6 A.M. TO 7 A.M. | / ' P.M. TO 2 P.M.| TO "B0 WESTERGARD"J I ONTHEAIRON J KROW RADIO 1460 FOR SHERIDAN FREE Dinners For Two Original Pancake House 4532 Portland Road SAL EM FREE PASSES FOR 2 at the MOTOR DRIVE-IN THEATER IN DALLAS THIS WEEK REGISTER A1 VALLEY CLEANERS NAME ,DDRESS LISTEN TO WlNi! MONDAYS 6-7 A.M. & 1-2 P.M. KROW 1460 The Coolest Pastries CUSTARD-FILLED DONUTS -CREAMY ECLAIRS- ICED CAKES-COOKI ES ARE AT "The Sweetest Place In Town" SHERIDAN BAKERY 144 S. BRIDGE 843-6715 DARIMAID Ice Cream Grade A Large Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Eden and family of Sheridan called at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs. ClaudePomeroy, Sun- day evening. The Fendall Extension Club of Willamina met at the home of Mrs. Claude Pomeroy Wed- nesday. There were 13 mem- bers present and five guests. Mrs. Bertie Smith was re= leased from the hospital Thurs- day. She convalesced at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Hendrickson of McMinnville BIRTHDAY CALENDAR Sheridan High School Band Community Birthday Calendar sends greetings this week to Geri Hulett s Jerry Japel, Wray Hurt,n, David Pratt and Kris- tin Davenport. Wedding con- gratulations go to Mr. and Mrs. Carl O. Moore. VOTE FOR G. J. "JOE" MURPHY FOR SHERIFF Pd. for by G J "Joe" Murphy 1410 W Main, Seridan Mr. and Mrs. Tov, Simonson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wain, Simonson and family Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sire,son and faro- fly, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Simonson and fam- ily and Mr. and Mrs. Garry Littlejohn of Willamina attended a wedding reception honoring Mr. and Mrs. David Jarvinen in Astoria Sunday. HI-WAY THEATRE GREGORY PECK ACADEMY AWARD WINNER For His Roleln- " TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD" PLUS COMEDY LAUGH RIOT- "THE SERGEANT WASA LADY" Thursday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Veach were Mr. and Mrs Tru- man Veach of Scappoose and Dale Hubbard. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shenk were Friday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Smith of Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Walker, Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Rose, Mr. and Mrs. John Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tibbets and Mr. and Mrs. Afford Schrader were Sun- day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Duncan near indepen- dence. Mr. and Mrs. Larry HiU and family of Dorena were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hill. Mr. and Mrs. James Drake and family and friends of Port- land were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Veach. AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY Lily Suhs ........ President Callie Hedef. ....... Sec. Visiting members Welcome Meets 2nd and 4th Mondays 1/2 GAL. A 90-day driver's license suspension went into effect last week against Frank T. Schufa Jr., 43, of 143 N.E. Oak street Sheridan, as a result of his ar- rest the afternoon of Sunday, March 29, on a charge of driv- ing while under the influence of intoxicating liquor. 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