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- -o o4"1 . rt TURSDAY -IVA 2- 1963 ........ Ballston --Mabel: Mellema, Cortes, Mrs. Hugh CoffeR, who is ill in the Dallas Hospital vith pneu- monia and complications, is re- ,ported as showing slight im- provement. Mrs. Beth Galinet of Dayton and ller brother, Glen Warden of Albany, visited Sunday at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Clark. Visitors Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Brooks, w, Jre her twin .sister, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh David- son of Hazel Dell, Wash., and her niece, Mrs. Laveta Buker of Van- COuver. IN. E., Gresham and sons Kirk arxd Kevin of Spring Valley SPent Sunday at th, e Ezra Kilmer tome while Gary Kilmer and Kirk worked on a 4-.H club dem- onstration. ,Dr: and Mrs. R. Silvis of Eu- 'gene spent a day recently with her sister, Mrs. Edna Tuffor& rs. Silvis broke, her hip in a "fall several monts ago and this is her first trip of any length Since the accident. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Kadell, Bruc and April of McMinnviile alled at the Charles KaCtell home Sunday evening. armers in the area are mak- ? every minute count in the elfls when weather conditions tX*rmit. Mrs, Everett Small an& chil- l ten .accompanied her brother, r..and M, Cary MeIntosh to atskanie one day last week to visit their sister, Mrs. Charles Fxrlv and amily. Mr. and Mrs. e2ntosh left' Sunday for their home at Irvington, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Kilmer of Salem were Tuesday supper guests of his parents, the E E. gdlmer, s. Mr. and Mrs. Onnie Johnson d family visited Sunday at .. e Wayne Roberts he,me in Am- Ity. Mr. and Mrs. John Focht retur- ned home Saturday from their six weeks visit in Oklahoma and Ohio. Wednesday Mrs. Floyd Page, r. and Mrs L. E. Page and Miss Uth Patriquen of MeMinnville, Went to Salem to visit their un- cle, Charlie Patriquen, who had a eataraet removed at the Me- rnorial Hospital. Unday Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson and Janio, Paula Lodi, and rrS. Harley Wilson, Mr. and rs Sam Aikman were guests guests of Mrs. Wilson's parents, lMr. md Mrs. Alex Porter, at a irthday dinner honoring Mrs. Wilson. I The 2nd year Cooking Club lrnfla Mothers Tea Saturckay of- moon at the home of their ader, Mrs. Charles Kadell. ,Uests were Mrs. Herbert, Mrs. ry DeJong, Mrs. Melvin L. rris, Mrs, Paul Lodi, Mrs. R. DeJong, Mrs. E. E. Kilmer. M ston Sdlsool News d itch Morris broke an arm Fri- a y during 1Mwslcal education. The sixt grade is studying de. rnals and longitude and lati. tte. The seventh grade is making a bUlletin board of Asia. The eighth graders wrote corn. IIIIIIlIIIIIInlIIIIIHIIHIHnIIIIIIInlHIIlig &T'IZNTION FARMERS P00k2ULLOC00 low priced high pedormance chain saw Here's your "best buy" in an conomy saw'that's fast and ependable on even the . ughest curing jobs. ull-sized 16  bar, famous " CCulloch super Pintail chain as Well as a host of other features make the McCulloch MAC 15 the natural choice or cutting firewood or enceposts, clearing campsites or pruning trees. It will be Your choice too, when Only You see it. $124.95 Nights Dallas 6Lq-2794 Tele. 876-2593 DICK'S CHAIN SAW SHOP WILLAMINA lllllllllllll HIlHH HIIIInll IIIHIlflUJIIII I .-i,++ p6.irons-6nth6 effebts of radia- tion to future generations. The seventh grade is studying goometry figure:. Judy O'Nan is back in school after recovering fronl a head in- jury receiv, ed when she was thrown from a ihorse. There is lots of absence be- cause of sickness The third grade finished read- ers. All are studying electricity, science and reviewing health. Gopher Valley Jean Wilder. Correspondent Tele. 843.2970 Mr. and Mrs. Lester Oldham were the honored guests at a surprise dinner party Friday evening at the Oriental Gardens, in honor of their 40th wedding anniversary. Otb, er guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wadell and Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Michael of McM4nnville, Jack Kelsey of Carlton, Mr. and Mrs. James Old- ham, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith. Tffte grandchil&en atten- ded the theater and later, all en- joyed cake and ice cream at the Clayton Michael home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hansen had Mr. and Mrs. Murray House of Grand Ronde as Sunday din- her guests in ee[eration of the ,House's anniversary. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Steve.Potter and family were Mr. and Mrs. Allen Smith and fam- ily, and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Powers and farrdly of Tigard. Mr. an Mrs. LaVern Holman ......... - ......... SHE1MDN"UN, SHERIDAN, YAMHILL COUNTY, OREGON '- . , ...... ,, ..:,. ,+,.. +,... t....." . , : . . ? . '- a,'d' Doui d.rove to Portlando;( +4:ii ." I:Ia'ppy Di/:Girls at the Willamina high school on Thursdhy to attend the Mast f;z+ nhe n,'- i ?; .. " .. April 19:Janet andLaVonMauer ,  " , T . -eet i', :)[ me tiappy t)ay , neral service, ana aer visited ...... ' , ..... " nave been in G'and Shermina t,-ts cooking ClUO was .nelo Ap- . , . ; .... with Mrs. Derold Hostetler there r:l "6 The n -,," - as called wevmusty. Ths was me xtrs ................. rt[  , - ,[mg w . Grand Shermina for Cakhy Clary, Mrs Don truu auu uu  - to omer by president Lmda Shelley Denton, Linda Newton vmted in Portland ISnda td I Newton We talked about the Linda Amerine and Barbara Am- Mrs. Fred Sl}andy;. _  er and Grand Sherimina sponsored by lerine. Mr. ana Mrs. ocl uy ' I the Kiwanis club, for 4-H mere-  Our chtb came back with many Edna of Philomath and Mr. and[ber s in th,9 Willamina, Grand lblue, red and white ribbons on Mrs. Fred Shandy of PrtlandlRonde and Sheridan area, held I exhibits. Blue ribbons were won were Sunday guests of Mr. and] Mrs. Don Strunk and ALbert. i ............................. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kilmer and family, and Maurice Yoder, visit- ed Sunday in Sweet Home with her brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Clif- ford Wolfer and family, and Mr. and Mra. Clayton Wolfer and fa. mily, and also visited a cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Uppendahl of Corvallis. Frank Propes of Seattle spent the weekend with his family. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Keeton of Sheridan were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mayas Smith. Cal and Sharon Kilmer were among the group attending he annual MYF banquet in Salem Saturday evening. MeslTnholl in Mdnes Santa Ana, Calif. (FHTC) -- Marine I,anoe Corporal Mike Menderthall, son of Mr. and Mrs. arold L. Mendenhall of Route 2, Willamina, is serving at the E1 Taro Marine Corps Air Station, Santa Ana, Calif. The Maumtania held the At- lantic speed record for 20 years. + m +by Barbara Ame'fine: LaVon and Janet Mauer in the cake baking contest. Linda N.wton and Jan- et, a blue ribbon for their dem- onstration "How to Make Tea Time Nut Bread." Shelley Denton and Cathy Clary a red ribbon on their demonstration "How to Make Plain Muffins." The last meeting will be held April 30 at the home of our lead- PLI 00NTY OF when you Many families arc finding that the water heater they purchased several years ago just won't sat- isfy the many additional hot water demands of modern living. The perfect answer is a new QUICK RECOVERY* electric water heater. It is compact, 100 safe, dean, auto- mafic, heats water twice as fast as most ordinary water heaters. So there's no running out of hot water--no waiting. *Minimum 2 elements, 4,5 kilowatts eaek. PAGE THRE er, Mrs. Joe + Mauer. Clary, reporter. ---Cathy Tom Ottingcr, ++. forme; Sheri- dan resident for many years, suffered a light stroke April 18 and is slowly recovering. He makes his h,ome with Mr. anti Mrs. Kenneth Green, 7232 10th St., Rio Linda, Calif.. and would enjoy hearing from friends. HOT WATER need it As a special offer to PGE cus- tomers, Portland General Elec- tric Company will allow a $30 Replacement Bonus when a QUICK2ROVERY* eiectriO water heater is installed to replace an old unit (regardless of whether or not the old unit is eitriO, nt wiil+l made to you through the piumbcr, contractor, or ap- plianc dealer from whom you purchase the unit. BUY NOW AND SAVE... the electric-way. ,On IItI00PLA|B|IiT FOR 'GE CUSTOMERS BONUS @V of Grand Ronde called on Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hansen Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Oldham ,had all nine of their grandchil- dren staying with them over the weekend. They enjoyed riding the pony the Oldh.am's had pur- chased. Sunday afternoon the children returned with Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Michael and Mrs. Bill Wadell, to their homes in McMinnville. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Stoner of Newberg were Sunday callers at the Lester Oldham home Mr. and Mrs. Bill MiChael and Jody of Salem were Sunday vis- itors of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Michael. Mrs. Wanda ]Valkley of Willa- mina was a Wednesday after- noon guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hansen. Mrs. Florence Corner of Sheri- dan spent Sunday with her dau- ghter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wil- der Mrs. Andrew Haugen attended a nmeting of the ederation of Womens clubs in Dayton Mon- day Delores Linton visited Mr. and Mrs. Gwyn Rogers recently, and then returned to the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Clark, in Grand Ronde, Mr. and M. Kenneth Tilden and family were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. an& Mrs. Dick Thoma at Dpoe Bay. Mr. and Mrs. C rles Garring- er visited her parents, Mr. arid Mrs. Virgil Sheperd, and her sis- ter,: Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hicks, of lafayette Sunday. \\; / / SNOWDRIFT ii i iii llllU iii i Peach Halves 4 Sl PLASTIC BAG 19'o. 1 Spuds I0 CRISP TENDER Lettuce 2 39 c G00EIgK mT'S Pm Kllmer "" Tomato Juice 4 Sl .............. -'-::--: ....... - ..... - 46 0g. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mishler were CANS Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McTimmonds of Sheridan. Mrs. Lester Cour of Portland visited Sunday at the home of' her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rhodes. Her mother, Mrs. George ,Frazer, who has been visiting at the Rhodes, returned to Portland for an indefinite stay at the Cour ihome. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Abbott of Riddle were weekend guests .of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Abbott and Steven. Mrs. Derold Hostetler of Port- land spent Thursday night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul, Kilrrmr, and Friday attended the Oliver Berkey funeral services. Mr. and Mrs. ,Darrel Lund of Astoria were weekend guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lund, and Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Abbott. M'. and Mrs. Ray Mishler were Monday dinner guests of Mrs. Susie Coblentz of Sheridan. Mrs. Paul Kllmer, Mrs. Alvin Miller, Mrs. Roman Yoder and Lisa, Mrs. Lynn Waller, Mrs. En- os Schrock and Mrs. Howard Nice IlUlmlnllllllnllim NeW & Used GLASS mmce I a sw Mishler Wreckers Wedle ld Wlllmmln 876-23 |BBBBillliBiBBBt Tee need sunshine 843-6402 DELICIOUS Apples 2 29c LYNDEN -- Reg. 53c Boned.Chicken 39 JAR CARNATION Fancy Chunk Tuna 30,00s 79 TASTEWELL Popcorn 2 LB. BAG -- 25c 4 lb. Bag 49 STANDBY Assorted Jelly I0 0Z. JIFFY PILLSBURY 'S Food Pink & Pretty 49 NABISCO Choc. Pinwheels ,..45 SUNSHINE Sug0000ahams 65 Margarine 5 99 ' " 33 c Bsscmt M IX 00,xoa. C ! KOUNTY KIST FRESH CUT UP FRYERS COUNTRY STYLE SAUSAGE STEER SEEF ea. #9 c lb. 39 c Asparagus 5 o-++ $1 HORMEL 40 Oz. Cn 59c Chili LIVER Bartlett--In Heavy Syrup i ROYAL--Family Size Pkgs. Jello 4- 59c Liquid -- New Pink Lotion Trend 00OZs+z+ 59 c The Workingman's Market Delivery Mon. - Wed.-Fri. AGEE MA RKET RI A I