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Sheridan Briefs Mr. and Mrs..Ray Tibbets and Danny spent the weekend at Waldport visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Miller and family of Portland were Sunday visitors of the Howar&amp; Nice fa- mily. Lawrence Hippie and Mrs. Roy Jacobs of Portland were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Bessie Hipple. Belieu's orchestra, "The Music Makers" played in Cloverdale Saturday evening for the junior- Senor Prom of Nestucca high school. The previous Saturday evening, they played in Dayton for the Dayton high school Jun- ior-Senior Prom. Mr. and Mrs. Narv Schrock, Mrs. D. F. Shenk and My. and < Mrs. Enos Schrock and Norms ' .. . :.. %=.....4. . i  i .... : . . _ . i 1 ii . ! i i i i ,, = i J _ _ . - : ... s..00y ilnner ot Sheridan BrieIs a00ri00= T.=h.r .***.::::-=:l,:=:::::::::=::=-- ': Mm. Vera Sehmek and: family of Salem. Mrs. Jack De$ong entertained her card club Thursday evening for dinner and cards afterwards. Members present were Mrs. Mark O'De]I, Mrs. Otella Mardis of Sa- lem, and from McMinnville, Mrs. Era Parrish, Mrs. Frances Zosel, Mrs. Jamie Crowe and Mrs. Mar- guerite Spiller. Mrs. Mildred Cooley was a guest and remain- ed overnight at the DeJong home. O. K. Aldrich of Sheridan is now hospitalized in McMnnville, being very Ill. Cliff Hill will observe his 86t birthday anniversary Sunday May 5, and he and Mrs. Hill will join relatives for a ,big birthday dinner at the home of his niece, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Stephens in Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Orvan Miller arid family were Sunday dinner guests of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Miller and family. A ,bus load of biology students from Sheridan high school en- joyed a field trip Saturday to the coast, leaving at 7 a.m. and re- turningat 3 p.m. Biology instruc- tor Wayne Eshelman and high school principal Ernie Davenport accompanied the group. Erie Davenport also went along The group spent the day at Devils Punoh Bowl state park near De- poe Bay, where they observed t sea life and had a stick lunch. ] | A new Cub Scout Den has been J organized, as Den 4. "Mrs: Don] Cooley is temporarily serving as I the Den Mother, an& it was or-I Vice President of County Association The Yamhill County Education Association held their spring dinner meeting Thursday eve- ning at Carlton grade school. New officers elected were Mar- vin Warmke. Yamhill . Carlton, president; Kenneth Williams, Sheridan, vice president; Edith Snyder, Amity, secretary; Orva Gubser, Dayton, treasurer; and Vern Buhler, Newberg, lepresen- tative Council. Retiring president is Mrs. Harold Buel, McMinn- ville. A three course dinner was ser- ved, the Carlton Junior Chorus sang, there was a preview of Minstrel Tap Dancers, music by: the Treble Makers and Leo Myers was the guest speaker. .Attending from Sheridan were William Treadway and Mrs. Ted RiOter from the high school; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Spooner have sold their 91 ft. lot on Chap- man Street to Mr. and Mrs. Ted - LunS, who will start the struction of a new three bedroom SCHOOL nEPORTEn By Lind Holmes IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIAIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII May Day The annual May Day festivi- ties will be held Saturday, May 4. The theme f,or this year's celebration is "Enchanted King. dom," with Jeanne Warren reigning as Queen Jeanne I. The committees for May Day are working hard, mostly on decor- ations in hopes this year's May Day will top them all. A few changes should, be expected this [year. Due to the new school when the shop was torn down everying was * burned.. New ideas are now going into effect for ground decorations. The Chamber of Commerce of Bride of Anthoay George April 15 Miss Joyee Yoder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Yodel and Anthony George, son of Red George, were united in marriage at the home of the bride's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Roman Yoder, Monday, April 15, at 8:00 p.m. Forty relatives and friends attended the double ring cere- mony performed by Rev. Marvin Lumley of the Nazarene Church of Grand Reade. Taxe bride, given in marriage i by her father, wore a tw.o-pieee [white suit, and her matron of honor, her sisWr, .Mrs. Daniel Miller of Lebanon, wore a green brocade dress. Dearie Riggs of Salem was best man. A reception followed wih Mrs, i iHmllmlllllilllllllllHlllHlmfllllllllllHllllmllllUlllllmllllllllllllllllm ganized'Mnday afternoon at her  home. Boys in the new den are Briee Woodall, Paul Sigrist, Jeff Miss Neppie Lou Bell, Mrs. Er- Dallas has invited the Sheridan Ernie Yoder servin the 3.tiered Calhoun, Harry Cooley, Chester nest Frock and Mrs. Morris Ma- .high school band to be in a par- wedding cake baked by the NO TRESPASSING ilMiller and Brian Hayward. Mrs. jors, Chapman grade school; ado in Dallas May 11. Awards brides mother and decorated by " Bill Woodall assisted Monday. Mrs. Virgil Sloan, Miss Inez Re- will be given to different bands Mrs. Alvin Nisly. Mrs. Dearie The group went over the Bobcat well, Mrs. William Bosch, Mrs. for marching, playing, etc. Sher- Riggs and Sharon Kilmer served i lIB [requirements' and wOrked On winerMelOnuk'Mrs'EvelynAn'iictan hOpes tO bring an award the'cOffeeandpuneh" Mothers Day gifts after electing nala and Mrs. Walter Ivie, from home or our new band room Both bride and groom are gra- | NO HUNTING i Paul Sigrist as Donner ancIBriCewoodall as assistant Denner. Faulconer grade school, next year. duates of the Wi]lamina igh | SIGNS ----- con- E M, argie Crump, freshman school. Community Birtday Calendar drum player of the band, was  . selected as "Queen" from Sher- 4-H Leaf Clover Sheridan High SChool Band idan, and when in the parade, The Buell 4-H Leaf Clover Community Birthday Calendar :the girls from the different health club made posters for the sends birthday greetings this schools who are queen wiI1 then Grand Sherimina contest. Re- week to Bertha Marceaux, Mike choose a "Queen" for the entire, French Provincial home imme- Hulett, Lois Chamberlain, Madie parade and the other girls will suits were: blue ribbons, 8th grade, K, enny Cruickshank, Dav- i -" diately. The city council held a Hayes, Wendi S_tadleman, .3erry be princesses, id Barral, Dan Phillips, Stun breakfast meeting Friday and is. Robert Smith, Lawrence nam- Student Body Election " Phillips, Keith Baller and Terri . .  m. E sued them a building permit so pI:lranI:olmmyuliteh: an Stud, eat body elections were c each -    _ thv construction could start right M , ' . ' ' held Friday and ),ell leaders Turpin. 7th grade: John Cruickshank, = away. Dupuy and Jones building a:tu?ad:ingtdnMversa:d Ms were chosen. Rsults turned out and Roberta Lambert, blue; and . firm of Salem will build the g ' " : - home. Charles Fleener and Mr. and to be president, Edgar Brandt; Louella Lambert, Lloyd Baller, vice president, Larry Eisele; sec- Helen Kaufman and Elmer Dick- s - - -_ Ms. Elwin A. Moore. retary, Betty Lou Bauman; trea-] man ' red. '| -- L" . Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Atwood of{  nerlaan []rl -- Arcata, Calif., spent Monday and, The Veterans Administration surer, Allen Brow]] Jr. 6th grade: Broderiek Herber, - Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Don pays compensation and pensions Girls selected for yell leaders Wyoma Barret and Gloria Park- --IAtwood. Monday evening Mr. lto mo,re than four million disab- for next year are: lancy Kauf. er, ,blue; Leonard Baller, red. - - and Mrs. Clayton Atwood joine4i led veterans, their widows, chil. man, Yell Queen; Linda Latham, The posters will be sent to llllllll lllllllllllll lthe group for dinner [ c-en and dependent parents. Patti Krauthoefer, Korea Funk, Dallas where they will be judg- r-IillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHlllllllll II lllllllllllllllllllllllllll ..... Judff Keek and Diane Ridgeway. ed in store windows on May 4. ,M,,  .,,,,,,,,,,,,,  ,,-  Spring Concert --Reporter, Roberta Lambert. HOW It's Here! Over A $5 000 Stock! The high sehool band and cho- rus presented its annual spring Recital to be Sundm/ concert musical at Faulconer school Fridav evening under the Mrs. Frank Stuck will present I direction of'Robert Belieu. Aw- l]er piano students in recital on ards were presented to music Sunday, May 5, at the Sheridan i "/' 4 !% ,, Relatives and Friends  ' ' , = Honor August Swanson  On 90th Birthday i [ August Swanson was honored with a birthday open house at ; : his home Sunday, April 28, from | i 2 to 5 p.m., when many friend | and relatives called to extend anniversary congratulations hon- d oring him on his 90th birthday,  which falls on May 2. The beaU- ! tif.ul birthdmy cake was bake and decorated by Mrs. Edwin Bergstrom. :. Attending the occasion were 0! Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bergstrom, [ Longview, Wn., Winona Berg- strom, Valley Junction; Mr. and | Mrs, Jack Stoddard, Sunnyside, I Wn.; Ciara Bergstrom, Johnson., i ..... Mich,; Mr. an5 Mrs. Carl  [ . strorn, MclVlinnville; Mr. an Mrs. Jerry Spencer (LuAnn Stod- dard), Kelly and Douglas, Cot- tage Grove. [ Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Halbei- sen (Donna Stoddard), David, , Randy an& Connie, Salem; Mr. I[ and Mrs. Henry CAristensen, So: 1 lem; Mr. and Mrs. Hosea Burger, Portland; Marvin Christensen, ! Salem; MT. and Mrs. F_,dwin ' Bergstrom, Mr. and Mrs. Ra11. Bergstrom, Carl Lee, Robin an nd Edna, and Mr. and Mrs. ChaS, Robertson, all of McMinnville. Mr. and Mrs. Ade Pelzer, Mr. , and Mrs, Floyd Smith:and Mar- ilyn, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Robert- I son, Joe i-lammons, Alvina BroWn and Nellie Stuart, all of Sheri- dan. Mr. and Mrs. Ron HendrickS have named their new daughter, born April 1, Hedi Pauline. Plain Cake Donuts and Whole Wheat Cake, Donuts SPORT COAT and SLACKS I0 DAY CARAVAN "BIG CITY" Selection at Your Front Door- Newest Fabrics & Models for the High Styled Young or Caservative Man Hundreds of Slacks & Dozens of Sport Coats -- Remember ... 10 Days 0nlyl LOOK AHEAD TO GRADUATION AND DAD'S DAY! SPORT COATS SPORT COATS I=OR SPRING Regular sizes 35 to 46 chest -- Slims 37 to 47 chest Cardigans, Blazers and Regular Models ks men  this is the event you've been waiting for. Make your selection in the next ten days while this hu.ge stock is in our store before it caravans to its next stop. Fine fabrics, beautifully tailored, latest pattern design  all combined to give yc, u "Big City" selections at a price you can afford. Sizes for the teen.set and for the adult man with more conservative tastes. 00'pr/aS, * * * :, NW Select From Over 200 Pair '7 .gs to *12 .95 Washable and Dry Clean Fabrics  Belted and Plain Models Wst Sizes 27 through 42 If it's wash 'n warthey're here Fine acrylan blends-- top grade woolen blends. Styles in the Iow rise continen- tal for the young--plain front with wider legs o the cnserva'dve. Waist size 27 rough 42. A great n.unber with cuffs---ready to wearwe finish the legs on the rest. Remember10 days to make your choice Lay- Away Today- 60 Days fo Pay KOSKI'S I)EI'T. STOR00. WILIdkMINA students receiving excellent and superior ratings in the district contests. Mr. Belieu was preach. ted with a gift of appreciation, anc Mrs. Tommy Yoeom and Mrs. Henry Bloch were present- ed with pins in recognition of their work for the ,band. Many comments have been ,heard that this musical was one of the best, and enjoyed by all who attended. I Mrs. Degong Heads Dairy, Princess Contest In Polk County Mrs. Jack DeJong of Sheridan is serving as chalrman of the Polk County Dairy Princess con. test. Others on the committee are Mrs. Rollin .Beaver, Russell Hicks, and Ted Jenney, Salem; Ray Kozak, Bill Austin, Mrs. El- sie Clark, Dallas; Mrs. Jack Bak- ker, Perrydale and, Mrs. Mark O'Dell, Amity. So far three girls .have applied for the ,honor, Miss Korea Gresh- am, Spring Valley; Miss Pauline Bradrik, Salem and Miss Gloria Smith, Falls City. The committee is hopeful more girls will apply, with the contest entries t.o close May 6. Require- merits for contestants are: girl must be at least a senior in high school, have "1 dairy ,background, be unmarried, and from the ages .of 16 to 25 years. The selection will be made on Methodist church, starting at 2 p.m. Students to play will be Christy McKibben, Barbara Ste- phons, Susie and Janice Stuck Robbie Rosenbalm, Gretchen De- Jong, Jamie Eisele, Allan Mar. tin, Rosella Lux, Danny Martin, Kathleen McGee, Julie Ellis, Son- ja Bockes, Polly Pelzer, Linda Newton, Colleen McGee, Char- lotte Brock, lat PeTzer, Janice' McKhbben, Molly McGee, Nancy McKibben and Link Spooner. Nancy McKibben will play a flute solo and Link Spooner, a saxophone solo. Refreshments will be served afterwards in the church dining room. Sheridan Briefs Fifteen Buell area residents !are now enrolled in a Medical Self-Help class held on Monday evenings at the Buell Grange hall. The class will consist of 12 hours since most of the members now enrolled completed the Civil Defense class of 12 hours. Both are under the direction af Polk County Civil Defense chairman Mel Gilson. 19 Do00. With Purchase Of $1 or More German Chocolate Cakes  Alaskan Trcqs Bread Li Ann's Cake Box 144 S. Bridge TeIe. 843.4714 OPEN May 13 at the Polk County Fair grounds at Rickreall. A tea will be held, at 4 p.m., and a banqu,et For Business at 7 p.m___ President Kenned,y recently IN said: "Gcodwill Industries per- forms an important service in an I rl Rpai W k increasing number of cities in C four country. The employment of- ene a e r or i fered to disabled, persons give. them dignity and security. The high quality of the work, done benefit, the ntire eommunLty. I hope that public recognition for this work will continue to grow." Dr. V. E. Johnson Chiropractic Physician 1 BI - South of Rridge eh==e es.pm WIUJdN& Back Conditions LOW BACK ACUTE STRAIN FIBROSITIS SCI.TICA IntervertebraI Disc Distortion, Sucre - Iliac, Torticollis, Lumbo - Sacral etc. Acquired on or off Job May be Covered by Insurance WHIPLASH NEURITIS NEURALGIA ARTHRITIS Best Machine Shop (In Former Sheridan Geax Plant) 152 E. Main - Sheridan 00LL - - Buck Nairn or Steve Potter For Service Today Tele. Days -- 843-3442 Nites -- 843-6472 or 843-4248 [ = [ s = m | !