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'AGE EtGa'r "S With $10 Order Or Nre Sale Pn'ce $1.05 i i i White - Yellow Devil's Food Reg. 43c Each .- .. , " 1 " . i . h ELLIN It's a PLEASURE to shop where you get: Super Markets -- Sheridan & Wi]lamina -- Reserve Right To Limit -- Quality Products-Low Prices- Courteous Service 29 lbs..3s ;3 Ib.Tin 41bs. Beef Liver lb. 39 4 lbs. 51c By The M000a $. 119 i%:  " FRYERS Nother s Day Gift Su.gestions DISPLAYS IN EACH STORE Ar0 SPONGES WashWeSar 69 BLOUSS Man's Ex. $1.19 Wash-N-W ar  Women's Fancy ,.nms STRAW HATS .,19 $1.49 - : --- Wmen's SPORT. SHIRTS PSES $199 $2.99 Boy's Col0red iJ-l COTTON SHIRTS Re. $2.99 $1.98 $1.99 IRONING BOARD Cover &..Pad 88 _ ,, ,r FLOWERS ' ;SHRUBS -- BEDDING PLANTS -- GAIDEIqNG_ ,,, UPPLIES -- Now on Hand GT. SIZE  ""=' .t' .o CLOVER 00ns0 00utter MIX OR MATCH 5 89 o Peach 3.Sl BANQUET TV [liners Ham -- Turkey Chicken 39c Willmi Grade School Program May 8 The churches 0i Willamina have cooperated many years in offering a religious educational chool in cooperation with the Willamina grade school, which released third, fourt and f'2th ,rade children for one hour each week, wii,h their parents permis. sion, to participate in the prog- ram. The cooperating churchc, of ! Willamina are the Christian, the , WALNETTO WOMENS lethodist, the Assembly of God, h.e Nazarene, the Lulheran, and= th Free Methodist chu|'ob. A: 'Aal of 143 children took par[ iD the pro.ram under the leader- ship of Mrs. Merle Wil.m cf Am- I ]ity, who .has been the teai:her t for the past two years. Each year at theclose ofthe t released time sohool there .ha,; been a program presented by the pupils for their parents and friends. This year the program will be held Wednesday, May 8, from 7i30 to 8:a0 p.m.in the Wil- lamina grade school gym. The public is invited and urged to at- tend. Sandings April 25 Team W L 1. Ellingsworth 59 :43 2. Gille.spies 57.5 4.4.5 3. Peck Bros. 55 47 4. Larsen Glass 55 47 5. Powder Rrn. 51.5 50.5 6. Stone Fuel 52 50 7. Enco 47.5 54.5 8. Agees 46.5 55.5 9. Hag. & Ham. 44.5 57.5 10. Y Richfield 41.5 60.5 tligh team handicap Agees Marketeria, 2630. team. handicap game: Marketeria, 935. tligh series: Pat Wederquist, 506. individual game: Agnes J Hew 191. , 0r=oon_ansea i t S.rd M r.uo: t Standings April 30 Mr. and Mrs. James Graves are the parents of a 7 lb. 6 oz. son, Robby Dale, born April 25 at the McMinnville Hospital. He joins a 2 year old brother, Jimmy. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. 1'Clark Smith of Sheridan and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Clark of Yakima, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Moore of 3heridan are the parents of a baby daughter, born April 24 at the McMinnville Hospital. It was anything but "blue" Monday this week for Coach Close -- tde reason -- he became a father fee the first time the cwaning ,before. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Close are the pafeht of - , 1 u. lo oz. son, Gregory David, i_orn ?pril 28. The ne)arri(rai is .he lirst grandehildfg, boh sets f grandparenlsl Mr. 'and lrs.H. H. Kloh]c"0Z sal. ai{ Mr.'and Mrs. C. R. Martin (if' Bo,ia, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Voshall are the parents ol 'a 7 lb. 9oz. daugtter, Tamkra Kay born Ap. ril 15 at the McMinnviile Has- pital. Little Tarrmra has a bro. /,her Jeff 1 Years old. Grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Colvin f Beaverton and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith of Sheridan. Mr. and Mrs. John Dlllln are the parents of a 6 lb. 10 oz, dau- ghter, Jennifer Lynn, born April 26 at the McMinnville Hospital. Little Jennifer joins a brother, John, 6 years old and a sister, Judy 5. They are tthe only grandchildren for both maternal and paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. -Theodore Kaehin of Portland and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dillin of MeMinnvtlle. Mr.:and Mrs. Edwin Scruby are the parents of a 7 1,b. 7 oz. daugh- ter, Lisa Lynne, born April 23 at New Brunswick, J., where they now live. Both were formerly on the Sheridan teaching staff, Mrs. Scruby at Faulconer grade school and Mr. Scruby at the high school. The ;baby is ir first child. Too Late To Classify FOR SALE OR TRADE: 1953 Aero Willys with '55 motor, cheap. Turn past Drive-In, 2n house on right past Taylor's Mill, Sheri- dan. 22-1tp NOTICE .Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, as executor of the estate of Ethel B. Townsend, eceased, has filed his final ac- count in the County Court of the State of Oregon for Yamhill County and that Monday the 3rd e, day and the court room of said 'court have been appointed by said court as the time and place for the hearing of objections thereto and the settlement there- of. Dated and first published May 2, 1963. Date of last publication, May 23, 1963. Rbert Steward Executor Harold ft. Fuller Attorney for Estate Sheridan, Oregon KSLM -- 1390 kc 12:30 p.m. Sundcqs Welcome to Mennoito Church 240 S.W. Mmtl, ddma Sunday School, 10 cam. Worsd3dp Service, 11 a.m. Evening Worship, 7 pan. "A Friendly Church" Team W L : 1. 4 Scrubs 5 1 2. Ruff Necks 5 1 3. M & R's 5 1 4. L&M 4 2 5. 4 Bits 4 2 6. Pin Fanners 2 4 7. Hoot-N-Annie's 2 4 8. 300 Club 2 4 9. Made-Sans 1 5 10. Battle-Smith 0 6 High team handicap 4 Bits, 2234. High team game: 300 Club, 794. High viduaI serie.s: Dale Kadell, High inctividual game: Hayzlett, 222, Last Week: tligh team cap series: Ruff Necks, High team ha'ndicap g.ame Club, 793:. t-ligii individual Deiores Stephe.% 550. High vidual ' game: Delores 221. Sherid Dr. Brock Dixon of State College wi H be the speaker or Sheridan high Commencement exercises May 19 on the football the high sohool. Rev. R. A. lock will be the speaker baccalaureate services for graduating class May 10, at eridan Methodist church. Lawrence Monk will give vocation and benediction. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hill traded their home wit 25 of walnuts and other fruits south of Sheridan, to Mr, i Mrs. Les H.bble and family, both have moved and are =occupying each other's ;home, Mrs. Goldie Lundin and Polly Pelzer, and Mm. Hayes of McMinnville Sunday at the coast, going garty Creek Park. The PERFECT  Mother's Day This 3 times a day or a :; DI,00;HI once a day Spend more time out of the l chert and do a better job, too. You (and your family) ,k: you r Frigidaire Does dishes in germ-kllllr4 . : temperatures up to 120 tlm longer than averaze :: hand washing Holds 14 place eettings*, o ] a full day's dishes for  aver23 f'.'=?!ly c! C.. Lca:3 easily from the front. " N instzlticn; can be built In later Colo;'sl ch0pr.;r,g block top NEMA standard 269.95 Y-'P1 1 G I D,._ ODUCr O O--NA