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T Mrs. Leah Hostetler and Lil- lie and Mrs.Levi Stutzman and Leon and Miss Melva Yoder of Salem visited in Grants Pass over the weekend at the Jacob Brubaker and Max Yoder homes. Past Matrons met with Mrs. Harry Hayes last Wednesday evening for potluck, with 12 members present. Mrs. Lil- lian Smith was co-hostess. Last meeting of the season is sch- eduled for next month at the home of Mrs. Emma Seth. The Rainbow Girls would ap- preciate very much havingused stuffed toys for unfortunate Al- askan children. These will be sent to them as soon as enough are available. If you have any you would like to discard call 843-4653 or 843-4175. women to meet 14-1 Annual spring meeting of the Yamhill Cotmty Federation of Women's clubs will be held Mon- day, April 27, in the Amity Methodist church. Registra- tion from 9:30 to 10 a.mo DST. Guests are welcome when the guest speaker, Dr. Gertrude Boyd Crane, speaks at 2 pom. Mrs. Adeline Bontrager and children of McMinnville were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Miller and Cam- fly. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miller of Portland were weekend guests of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Berkey. Little Jeffrey Swartzen- truber, who was hospitalized in McMlnnville and Portland hospitals last week, was able to return to his home on Thurs- day and is showing steady im- provement. Mrs. Howard Nice and Judy attended the Yoder - Sohweit- zer wedding at Hubbard Sat- urday evening. Attending also from Sheridan were Mr. and .Mrs.-Ernast Yoder and San- dra. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lund and daughter of Coos Bay vis- ited Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Swartzen- truber and Jeff. Mrs. D.F. Shenk returned home early Saturday morning from Vanderhoof B.C. Canada t where she had been visiting at the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs° Ronald Shenk and fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hostetler and family were Stmday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hostetler and family of Leb- anon, helping David III, cele= brate his birthday. They vis- ited with another son, Mr. and Mrs. Derald Hostefler of Al- bany. Visiting here from Ogden, Utah are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Keeton and three children. They HANCE BOY AND GIRL of the Month for April at Sher- idan High are Chuck Cinnamon and Jeannie Cruickshank. Jennnie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Crulckshank, was named for the honor and then selected as Girl of the Year at the Mother's Tea Friday. A senior, she will serve as class salutatorian in June. Chuck son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cinnamon, is vice-president of the senior class and has been active in football, basketball and track as well as chorus. He also is a Junior assis- tant Scoutmaster. (Sun Photo 163) ...... Faulc0ner":::: ........ Sch001"::: ....... 008WS;F';: 'RalesParcel R,seP'°sl Reporters: Ernie Hebert, Gaylor Williams First grades: Mrs. Leith: Christine brought a can contain- ing an oyster. The class opened it and found a very prettypearlo Her grandfather sent it to her from Japan° The class made helicopters that fly, in art class. In numbers, the group is work- ing on counting by l's, S's and 10'so Most of the class is read- ing "Around Green Hills." Mrs. Melonuk: The first grade has a new boy Larry Daneron. Last week Janice Stuck brought a chicken to school, and Doris Mayes brought a rabbit to school. Part of the group in reading finished their first reader. They are learning addition and subtrac- tion in arithmetic. Second grades: Mrs. Burdg: Susan Stuck brought a baby chick corn. They are all sprouting. An increase of some 13.1 There is also a cabbage head percent in domestic parcelpost growing, and It too is beginning rates went into effect April i to sprout. Experiments in elec- it was announced by Cliff Bride, tricity axe under way, and in Sheridan postmaster. art the class is finger paint- The rate increase, whichws inC. Most of the class mem- approved recently by the Inter- bars have joined the Green state Commerce Commission, Guard, a youth organization to is expected toyieldabout75.4- help protect forests, million annually. Miss Meyers: South Ameri- Catalog rates will be in- can masks hang around the creased approximately 13 per fourth grade room. These were cent and will produce added made by covering balloons with pasted tissue, and removtngthe balloons after the tissue was dry and hard. They are most color- ful. A map of the world is being put up, and Marie Mac- Dully brought some coal. In science, Ray Owens brought a baby salamander. One of the salamanders has shed its skin. A committee was chosen to make rules for dodge-ball. Fifth grades: Mrs. Ivie and revenue of about $2o4-million if 1962 volume is maintained. The higher rates do not af- fect air parcel post or inter- national parcel post. Bride said that he has been advised by the Postmaster General that the decision of the ICC will assist the Post Office Department in carrying out its objective of reducing the drain on the Treasury by some $100- million. Sign Up For The Big Sheridan "LET'S GO ENTRIES MUST BE IN BY 6 P.M. FRIDAY, APRIL 24 FISHING" Contest ENTRY BLANKS AVAILABLE AT Sheridan Drug Daniel' s Feed & Farm Supply Sheridan Bakery Ted's Shell Station The Marc--Heilinger's Dept. Store U.S. National Bank Stuck Electric, Inc. Ivie Hardware Oregon-Washington Telephone Co. Sheridan Sun Nice Furniture & Appliance Elnngworth'a Super Market Agee s Market eria Chat & Chew Care Western Auto Hardware Valley Cleaners Sleridan Grain Co Ken Graham- Standard O11 Tuggle Chevrolet Co Davlson Auto Parts Murphy' s Midway Mkt. Gopher Valle00 Judges Named By JEAN WILDER Mr. and Mrs. William Mich- ael moved to Waldport over the weekend. Their son, Billy, of Salem helped them Sat- urday and Senday and they were Sunday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Martin. Larry Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Smith, left Monday for Fort Ord, Calif., where he will be in the Field Artillery. Mrs. Florence Corner of Sheridan spent Monday through Thursday at the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Wilder. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilder and family of Toledo visited at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilder Saturday afternoon. Sanday, on their way home from Mulino where they stayed with her mother, they visited at the home of his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hansen. Mr. Charles Garringer is home from the Veterans hos- pital in Vancouver. He is still quite weak but is making im- provement. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Oldbam were Sunday dinner guests at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Michael and family of McMinnville° Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith were Friday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs° James Oldham. Mrs. Andy Haugen and Mrs. John Focht accompanied Dr. Elton Kessel to OceanlakeWed- nesday to talk about the Phil Sheridan Fellowship at the Methodist Church conference held at the Dorchester House. They also displayed some arts and crafts done by the mem- bers of the Fellowship. Mrs. Jackie Eden and Cindy of Sheridan and Mrs. Claude Pomeroy attended a Taste Par- ty at the home of Mrs. peter Ohrt of Willamtna. The par- ty was to raise money for a scholarship for the 4-H club. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Pome- roy and Roy and Mrs. Jackle Eden, Cindy and Jeff of Sher- idan were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Pomeroy's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Lienbart of Monitor. The oc- casion was in honor of the Llenharts' SGth wedding an- nlversary. Roy Rothanel Sr. is in the Physicians and Surgeons hos- pital in Portland° Mrs. Roth- anal is staying with her sis- ter in Portland until he is able to come home. Cindy Oldham was a Friday overnight guest of CarlaDaven- port of Sheridan. The Daven- ports brought Cindy home Sat- urday afternoon. Mrs. Nelson Agee and her For law Day Essay Contest Dr. Egbert Oliver, executive officer in English at Portland State college, Jalmar E. John- son, associate editor of The Oregonian, and Robert Mc- Bride, news analyst for KGW- TV, have been named to serve as judges for the state-wide high school editorial contest sponsored by the Oregon State Bar. This contest is one of the features of the annual Law Day observance which has been pro- claimed by the President for May 1. In setting aside this day the President said "Ob- servance of the law is essen- tial to public order and to the strengthening of the individual rights of our citizens." Theme for Law Day, 1964 is "Observe the Law--Key to Or- der, Justice, Freedom," and it is around this theme that area high school students have written their editorials. En- tries have been received from all areas of the state. Winners will be honored at the annual Law Day celebration in Portland. First prize is a portable typewriter; second and third prizes, $50 and $2S sav- ings bonds. The three state winners and their parents will be guests of the Oregon State Bar at the annual Law Day Gooseneck i s l lie l llll l I l el ill i l m I lelel l elllllell m l tie Ill ill llllmllm l i l Ill I By MRS. PAUL KILMER Hertzler and Lynette drove to Mrs° Darrell Lund and son Perry of Astoria, are spending several weeks visiting at her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Abbott and family. Miss Jeannie Crulckshank, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cruickshank, is receiving con- gratulations on being named salutatorian, April girl of the month and Girl of the Year at Sheridan High school. Mrs. Derald Hostetler of Al- bany visited her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Swartzentruber and Jeff, and Thursday was an overnight guest of her par- ants, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kil- mar. On Friday, Mrs. Kilmer took her to her home in Al- bany and while there visited Mrs. Kllmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wolf aT. Mr. and Mrs. Don Strunk were home from Idanha over the weekend and visited with Mr. and Mrs. John Cooper and son. Mr. and Mrs. John Kaufman and family and Mr. and Mrs. AI Loclmer went to Tillamook Seattle, where they were guests of Mrs. Hertzler's daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Over- holser. They returned home Friday evening bringing Mrs. Overholser home with them and on Monday Mrs. Overholser re- turned to her Seattle home. Terry Hargltt was able to return to his home last week from a Portland hospital af- ter being hospitalized follow- ing an accident. He is in a cast and improving, but since his return home, has come down with the measles. Mr. and Mrs. Willie R. Har- gitt moved this past weekend to the "old Pelky place" and were guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mayes Smith Other guests of the Smiths over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Smith and family of Wil- lamina. Mrs° Loyal Abbott and Denise and Mrs. Darrell Lund and Perry visited with Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Burroughs of Fort Hill Saturday and Saturday eve- ning attended the Fun night" at Willamina High school. Sunday and spent the day clam Mrs. J.W. Dollar returned digging. Visiting the Kaufmans home Monday after undergoing Sunday evening were Mr. and major surgery at the McMlnn- Mrs. Major Morelock of Mc- viUe hospital last Wednesday. Minnville. linner. Miss Sharon Kilmer of Port- 4 H News ,n visited her parents, Mr. . and Mrs. Paul Kilmer, over the weekend° On Sunday they were Three of our younger dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. members have signed up for Bob Swartzentruber and Jeff. the TiUamook, Polk County Camping program. They are Mr° and Mrs. Fred Rhodes Don and Dale Moon and Bobbie were at Devils Lake, helping Kadell. with the Public Breakfast, Sat- Our visiting club had many urday and Sunday, sponsored by pigeon raisers and Danny Miller the Devil's Lake Yacht club in told us a little about them. connection with the 20 Miracle Saturday, Mrs° Kilmer and Miles celebration. Gary accompanied Bobby Ka- dell, Mike and Doug Fanning Mr. and Mrs. R.J. Hovey of Pete and Bobby Bakker Lewis Los Angeles Calif., are vis- Maxson, RandyRohde, Pam,Jay iting at the home of their daugh. and Johnny Scharf on tl tour ter Mr.andMrs. HomeHertz. for judging, leT and family° Wednesday, John Kilmer, reporter. Mr. and Mrs. Hovey and Mrs. !i:: ii::?::iiiiiii::i!:ii!!i!::::} iiiiiiii!i!i!#:?: :i: ii!i!!iii!iiiiii!i!!!il ::!ii!iiiiiii!iiiii!: i!!!ii!i!iiii!!!ii!iiiii!iiii:i!iii! KOOKIE KARN IVAL --FREE-n .41 DOZE00C0000SS " $ ! mlloo.00/ o .... • ........ I II Regularly 30¢ dozen for me l,.ioclies J SHERIDAN BAKERY 144 S. BRIDGE ST. PHONE 843-4715 i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii00::i00 ii::!00iii00i00!ii00!ii!ii}ii0000iiiiiiiii!i:ii00i!iiiii!iiiiiii!i00iiiiiii:00iii{{00ii00i0000i i:i!gi:i Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lurid and family were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Abbott and family. VOTE FOR I G. J. "JOE" MURPHY FOR SHERIFF Pd for by G. J. "Joe" Murphy, 1410 W Main, Sheridan SUNDAY SPECIAL AT THE 7/11 RESTAURANT $I.50 Assorted appetizers Cream of Celery soup Sunrise Salad Fricasee of Chicken Egg Noodles Mashed Potatoes with Chicken Gravy String Beans with Bacon Hot RoiLs - Whipped Butter Choice of Tea or Coffee This complete dinner served either in our Dining Room or in the Cafe at the same low price of $1.S0. uuI I I I I I " " I i 00NWT00S rou TO i are visiting his parents, Mr. this week. Yvoune Calhoun's M r s. Kadell: The class is Under the new rates, Bride daughter, Mrs. Gale schrnitz : and Mrs. J.M. Keetou and also group in reading started anew watching seeds grow. In social said, a six" pound parcel-- of Willamina visitedat thehome i COMPARE PRICES ON THESE i her parents, Mr. andMrs. Emfl reader, "Over a City Bridge°" studies, they are studying the which is the average weight-- of Mrs Affees' daughter. Mrs. Funk of Amity. Miss Rowell: Billy Cooley North Central states, for local area delivery will cost Ruth Tatom of McMlnnville brought tadpoles toschoollast Mrs. Slcan: Graphs have 3'/ cents instead of 32 cents. Monday afternoon. DUAL PURPOSE LIVING ROOM GROUPS Y0U NEED week'LynnWilliamsbr°ughtbeenthesubject°fstudyinThelastparcelp°stincreaSewas on Feb. 1, 1980, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Agee  ] - ----" "-'---- i a frog for the science collec- arithmetic. Each member of Ballard of COMPARE CJ|IAIITY, TOO Lion, too. The class colored the class has made a line graph, said. Sheridan entertained his par- SUNSHINE MI TM robins to put around thecollec- vertical bar graph, divided bar . . ants, Mr. and Mrs. NelsonAgee == I Lll tion. graph, circle graph and plcto= ('_ D t' ,r,I,.,,. t e Sunday, with dinner in Portland  I Here is a Living Room to grace ally Home-Big, Comfort- %J|% .J U.dll! O e,,..,.rv Third grade: Mrs. Bosch: graph. They have graphed such and attended the Garden Show m_ ,o.L... msThe third grade chose an ani- things as arithmetic scores, ( ,./ at the coliseum. The outing = | able Sofa covered with top quality 100% Nylon for long wear and -YOU"LL NEVER FORGET ai for each member to report time spent on each subjectdur- ,,j LID rar,,. s in honor of Mrs. Nelson : I ...................... on. They are trying to get ing the day, kinds of pets and . Agee's birthday, i I easy cleaning - This Sofa also makes a bed for overnight guests SUNSHINE DAIRY p:tnarkSinfrOoiee:Yu$;:te  makes of ears belonging to the GRAND RONDE--Students o families, and the origins of the Grand Ronde Grade school at- Calling at the home of Mr.  I The Chair in matching cover is club style luxury. You get a = 843-6402 new book is being used in iang- mer:.,bers of the class, Samples tended open house at the local and Mrs. Earl Smith Sunday "- [I bonus in a king size t,,tt"oman, also matching. The Coffee Table ."-" m observance of Na uage. Patricla Bellisle moved of the graphs are on display on library " " were Mr. and Mrs. Pete Long- ,, away. the bulletin board in the main tional Library Week, TuesdaY ley and grandanghter, Mr. and m I " to Mrs. Oscar Longley and family I . I nr D I [,,rlha,ri Fourth grades. Mrs. HUnt- hall of the school° April 14. They enjoyed a s ndIT _-" I and Lamp Table are beautifully styled walnut with satin finish _., I/Is IILI IIUlIUUlI ley: The children have planted In social studies, the classis told by Mrs. Otto Jahn an of Dundee, the Roy France fam- I = = . mar proof tops. OPTC)MFTRI.T beans, potatoes, tomatoes and making comparison charts of were served punch and cookies ily, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Long / ii ""- lnlIIIiiIiIIIIlI the states in the South Central by members of the Woman's and family# Mr. and Mrs. Hank i m " I m i i Office in Hamstreet Bldg. states. In science, a Meal- club. Biers and son all of Salem; = This group was shown in a special "Clearance Extrava- = I I II I gnza" II South Bridge Street 843-6871 New & Used worm Research Center has Back at school, the students Mr. and Mrs. Duane Smith and I in one of Salem's been set up, and several types were entertained by Mrs. Pet- family of Sheridan, Mr. and leading stores at $299°50. THURSDAYS GLASS of observation are underway, ite's 6th grade who presen- Mrs. Allen Smith and Roger, -=: / -- I I Our price regularly $279.95. Our price for April $259.95. -= ted a 3-act play in observance and Donald Bird. _- I 9 A.M.T.O 5 P.M. I.so,o.ce Jobs A Specialty 4-H Club Meets of Pan American Day, which is " l SATURDAYS Mjshbr Wr,rk.r S . " " The $40 you save will buy other things you need -- April 14. The story told of z P ........... M TO 6 P M We' .... The 4-H Grub club met at Cousin Manuel coming fromt e AMERICAN LEGIONpresident -= • ,my. ,, my ,. v i I I I m*'',n,,€ v" " J lioce orioge • WHY NOT TRADE AT HOME? YOU will find more than a Debby Harden's house. Debby UtreicanStatceln:nbrgstg::l O Lii S AUXILIARY I Willomino 876-2432 . y uhs ...... - APPOINTMENT ] lllllllllIllllI and Kathy Moritz demonstrated m - making Brownies. We also atives in a small Memcan vii- Callie Heider. ....... Sec. = I dozen similar groups in our stock orwewlll have your set cus- brought cookies that we had lace, The last scene included i m m m all of the cookies° We worked horse)joined the festivltiesand Meets 2nd and 4th Mondays . ! m on our knitting, danced to La Raspa. '" = Dual Purpose Sofas as low as $99.50. = " " .................................................................. = Comfortable Recliner Chairs from $59.95 -" Condido,e for MJB INSURANCE PROBLEMS? ." " iii I I 1LB. /5€ I We Can Help You WHh 'Them -_" ai•00mmm00 =" | ,e-e/ecHon os , ,,.,0 ' . " ' i 00mtt s FUBNITUBE &APPLIANCE i I I - ' dg I'"' 'z491 Health&Acc,dentlnsurance ! SUDGEXT,.MS ,R,,OEt.,vt,y = District Ju e IOOZ. INST. Sl. SACKETT & WRIGHT =- : I GRAND RONDE I INSURANCE i 216 $. BRIDGE SHERIDAN PHONE 843-3464 ".: Re-elect Judge W od Committee, I SHOPPING cENTER 1142 S BRIDGE 843"47j..2. "''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''- Gene Hansen, chairmen, Route 1, Box 113, McMinnviUe, IiIIIII I IlIIlIlI IIIlIIlIIIIlllllIIII IlII IlllII IIIIlIlIIIlI I ' JUDGE ROLLIN B. WOOD