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The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday t May 7, 1964 FANCER'S SATURDAY, MAY 9 PAINT PRICES GOOD THROUGH SATURDAY MAY 16 FEATURING: INTERIOR FLAT LATEX REG. 5" GAL. ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY COLORS AND WHITE! PAINTERS' DECORATOR QUALITY IN SUPERIOR WALL PAINT THAT'S COMPLETELY SCRUBBABLE; USE IT IN LIVING ROOM, DINING ROOMS AND BED ROOMS. APPLY WITH $998 BRUSH OR ROLLER, SALE DRIES QUICKLY. HAS IlGAL .oooo. cov.00 PRICE COMPL ET ELY i StlNSET SEMI-GLOSS ENAMEL PAINT ACCESSORY SPECIALS REG. s/zs GAL. & sps QT. RE,;. $,.79 SPECIAL FOR THIS SALE .ow .,s5,s 0TSl,, +.+-- +w+ 4" WALL BRUSH NOW El" AVAILABLE IN THE SANE 120 COLORS PLASTIC PAmT PA, L 49 c AND WHITE PLASTIC DROP CLOTH''... FAMOUS 9'xlr.2mL Sl" SUN-PROOF HOUSE PAINT 1CAULKING GUN REG. $2.gS VALUE 2"CARTRIDGES FOR ONLY SlS9 REG. szgs VALUE ,' WOOD STEP LADDER $ i OR $6.30 ONLY 99 FT. NOW 98 REG. $1.26 FT. OR "q':} MASKING TAPE ROC .... " x 60 YDS. $1.25 OUR SPECIAL vu Gopher Valleq By JEAN WILDER Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rals- ton of Beaverton were April 19 guests at the home of his uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Potter. Mr. and Mrs. Jud Hendrick- son of McMinnville called at the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith April 20. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Longly of Dtmdee were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith were April 25 guests at the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lee White of McMinn- ville. April 19 guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith were her sister, Mrs. Flor- ence Holdridge, and her daugh- ter, Mrs. Morgareidge andfam- ily of McMinnviDe, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy K. Bird and Mr. Cox, all of the valley. Roy Pomeroy went to Clov- erdale April 24 with the Willa- mine baseball team for a game with Nestucca. While in Clov- erdale he spent the weekend with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. John D. Lienhart. Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Eden and family of Sheridan were April 19 supper guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Pomeroy. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilder called at the home of her moth- er, Mrs. Florence Corner of Sheridan, the evening of April 25. Mrs. Nelson Agee and Mrs. Andrew Haugen attended the County Federation of Women meeting at Amity in the Metho- dist Church April 20. BIRTHDAY CALENDAR Sheridan High School Com- munity Birthday Calendar sends greetings this week to Don Cool- ey, Lois Crocker, Pat Hulett, Elizabeth Britt, Elaine Rogers, Annie Cinnamon, Wayne LeRoy and Viola Yoder. Wedding con- gratulations go to Mr. and Mrs. Elwin A. Moore. 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Loren Nice, who had been a Saturday guest of the Miller's, returned home with his parents. Mrs. Leah Hostetler and Lil- lie were at the Portland airport Tuesday evening to meet Mrs. David Hostetler and two child- ren from Kodiak, Alaska. They plan to reside in Sheridan for about a year arid have moved to an apartment on Sheridan road. Mr. Hostetler is remaining at Kodiak where he is stationed. at the home of Mrs. Leah Hostetler was her daughter, Mrs. Paul Burns and son, Ad- am. Mr. and Mrs. Rhiney Greb and family of Eugene spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John Funk and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Bowen of Fairview spent Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Latham and attended the May Day festivities of which their granddaughter, Linda Latham, was May Queen. Dean Hohnes returned home Saturday after spending the past week in Denver, Colo., where he attended the funeral of his father on Tuesday and also visited Mrs. Holmes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Babcock at Long- mont, Colo. Mrs. Elsie Gebhardt of Grand Ronde left Sunday from Port- land via plane for New York Ballston The third grade has finished a history book. In art, we made pictures out of scraps. Mrs. Helm substituted for t our primary teacher, Mrs. Comfort, all last week. k 3 The Health clubs of the school , Give her a made a good showing with their J health posters at the Spring j BILEMO iDISH upper room won only blue and red ribbons. Mitch Morriswen grand champion ribbon in the upper room and Lori DeJong in the intermediate room Mrs, Smail and Danny visited a brother Caw McIntosh and family at Newberg. Mr and Mrs. George Wilson and Janice of Hermiston visited at the Russell Taylor home Sun- day afternoon. Mrs. George McCulloch en- tered McMinnville hospital Ap- ril 22 and on April 24 had a cataract removed from her eye. She is now recovering at home. Her daughter, Thelma, is taking a two-week leave from her bank eral months in Europe to visit relatives. Abon voyage party was held last week for her at the home of Mrs. Velvia Frank with 34 women enjoying the party. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Cunning- ham of Buell returned last week from a five-week sight-seeing trip to Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson stayed at the Ctm- ningham home during their ab- sence. THE 7/11 RESTAURANT Announces a special sur- prise "Mother's Day Din- ner'. Any lady over 't5 years of age receives our special dinner free of charge. Our dinner in- cludes: Appetizers Salad Soup Entree???(This is the surprise Dessert Choice of Tea or Coffee. Wonderful way to remember Morn! Maple Chopping Block Top. Your dishes come out much cleaner, more sanitary than dishwashing by hand. Big capacity usually means once-a-day dishwashing. SwirlingWater Action scrubs every surface. Model DW-DMH 4 colors or white s2 81 per only week after small down payment FRIG ID/IRE PRODUCT OP GENERAL MOTORli job in Portland to help in the Insurance Jobs A SpeciaJty care of her mother. Mrs. Myrtle Barber and Mrs. Ivie Hardware Mishler Wreckers viola McKinney of Willamina Wallace Bridge and Mrs. Florence Hamilton  ............. Willamina 876-2432 and Mrs. Douwe Mellemavisit-  z,o . rmge tmerman B4-6122 IOOIIIIIiOlillOl ed Mrs. McCulloch Monday, .,...,. ...... _ .... ,-.,..... REMEMBER MOTHER WITH A NEW " " ...... "" REM MB - -" WHAT A WONDERFUL WAY J/J, E ER MOTHER WI/H A GIFT uy DRESS o,:gSE.,;. w,.. L4_ SEAMPRUFE FASHIONS MANY NEW STYLES AND FABRICS TO IL";  +, lj, EXQUISITE GOWNS, SLIPS, PANTIES & PICK FROM. THIS TONI TODD IS 4 98 (v" :, ,j PAJAMAS OTHER STYLES $8 IL  ,'( ,.o, S400 S,(0 "AND UP \\; ...... \\; ..... tl' TO V A PITTSBURGH REPRESENTATIVE WILL BE PRESENT TO ANSWER YOUR PAINT HOSIERY , SG00 PROBLEMS SATURDAY. MAY 9TH. BERKSHmE ULTRASONS... PITT$00KJ00 THE STOCKINGS FASHIONED WITHoTHER FAVORITES 99  /" SOUND WAVES $165 ROBES & DUSTERS .+ ,ooEo.EoF -- ). T.E. TO.EL,' MOM '+,JOY It's Mower TradE' hme GARDEN CART  149 .' \\;', HERs39oSt4 9sLEISURE HOURS 1'" ),ELUXE 00 AL;;:;'H;;;;9HOLOS $291 eh/Phrv" "'"" ROTA|:Y by' NOW S55 WERE$1.98 Dlllnt', MOTHER WILLADORE GARBAGE CANS-30 GAL :198 DLUUJt:J A NEW BLOUSE AND REG. $72.39 AND YOUP OLD MOWER OUR COLLECTION IS SURE TO PLE FOR ACTIVE MOTHERS J 18" DELUXE DIAMOND ROTARY by TURFMASTER FORMERLY $4.98 CAPRIS, PEDAL PUSHERS, STRETCH o.,.o.o ,o,,,, NOW sso s L,mEs FL0.L SHOVEL S3009 s3oo SGOO PANTS&COLORFUL TOPS. by TURFMASTER TOP QUALITY WAS $3.98 TO TOPS...2.98 & up REG. $65.75 AND YOUR MOWER SAWHORSE ,BRACKETS  29 TABLECLOTHS CAPRIS...3.98 & WITH 2x4 s COMPLETE /ERE $2.89 up + PLASTIC PAILS EACH 59 c DELIGHT&LUNCHMoM WITH SoMESETS ;/::: STRETCH...5.98 & up " THING NEW FOR HER TABLe ,: 22 DIAMOND ROUNDPOINT FORMERLY $2.'9 2 9 , - -::,, by TUREMAsTER - -+ LONG HANDLE SHOVEL " S 4 REG.$68.25  GARDEN RAKE WAS$2.09 Sl" S2900s99 NOW s52s w,,, 15 GARDEN HOE SlZ+ 'COSTUME -- WAS 89 BAMBOO RAKE 75 c JEWELRY HANDBAGS AND YOUR OLD MOWER WAS $8.95 f(i9 8 PLEASE MOM WITH T PLASTIC HOSE so FEET SURPRISE MOM WITH A A NEW BAG ON PLUS MANY MANY MORE SPRING SPECIALS NEW NEcKLAcEAND HER SPECIALDAY H E I LI NOB R'S FANCHER'S PAINT HARDWARE EARRINGSET s3 DEPb.I00TMENT STORE 219 S. BRIDGE SHERIDAN 843-4844 $198 plustox plustox 1"2 S. BRIDE ST. $1"IEIIDANoORI. II