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TH,&amp;y, MAY 16, 1963 Ballston --Mabel Mellema, Corres. The Community Club met May 9 for the last meeting until Oct- ober. A the nominating com- mittee for new officers was un- successful in getting any one to serve the coming year, the pres. eat officers agreed to remain in Ogice until the October meet- ing, when other steps may be ta- ken. It was voted to change the raeeting night from Thursda to Fr'"  Y _ zttay. ,Elsie Taylor and Mabel Mellema were appointed to be in charge of the first fall meeting. Preceding the business meet- ing, a musical program of guitar, Piano, accordion and vocal num- bers, was furnished by Gailen and Diane Hegna, Connie Sitton, nel Danny Gay Mischel, and neD, Students of Mrs Win{fred Batsari of McMinnville. Ice Mrs. Darlene Helm and children of McMinnville. Spending Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Koonce were a broth- er, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carnin.e of Portland, and friends, Mr. and Mrs. Robert English and daugh- ters of Lake Oswego. Mrs. Koonce's two sons in Washington were unable to come for Mother's Day, but they phon- ed and sent flowers. Two daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Clark calling at their home Mother's Day were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Van Cleave, Salem and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Worden of Dayton. Mrs. Anna Kadell accompaniedJ her son Charles Kadell and fam- ily to the home of her granddau- Nhter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vin- cent and son at Oregon City on Sunday. Mr. andMrs. Melvin Brooks and family of Tillamook visited his-parents, the R. H. Brooks, on Sundy. . Mr, arid Mrs. Alex Porter" of Salem visited the George Wilson SHERIDAN SUN, SHERIDAN, YAMHILL COUNTY, OREGON . :. Gopher Valley Jean Wilder, Corresindent Tele. 843-2970 Mr. andJ Mrs. Nelson Agee en- joyed Mother's Day with their son, Mr. and Mrs. John Agee and family in Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Potter and family were Mother's Day guests of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Stone and family at Agate Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilder had as Mothers Day dinner guests their dughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eisler and family of Toledo, her mother, Mrs. Flor- ence Corner of Slreridan; and a sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Han- sen. Callers were Mr. and Mrs. :Roy Wilder and Linda of Toledo. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Haugen .had as Mother's Day guests their daughte r, Mr. and Mrs. Phil!ip Scott and family. Mrs. Haugen | Mr. and Mrs. Don Emmons and family of South Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Poe of Hillsboro. Friday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Oldham were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith and Jason and Mr. and Mrs. Ed ord. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Waddel and family of McMinnville were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Oldham. On Sunday their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Michael joined them and all enjoyed the day at Fo- garry Creek Park. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hack-worth and family of Dayton were Sun- day ,evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Michael. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Smith of McMinnville called on his moth- er, Mrs. Belle Smith, and his sister, Mrs. Alta Sanderlin, on Mother's Day. Mr. and Mrs. William Michael called on Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nelson Saturday evening. GOOSENECK Mrs. P(ml Kflmer 843. 6821 Attending the annual Mother's Tea, given ,by the Girls League of Willamina, May 7, were Mrs. Ted Lund, Mrs. Homer Hertzler, i Mrs. Don Strunk and Mrs. Paul i I Kilmer. , ] Spending Mother s Day at the I home of their parents, the Ted I Lunds' and Loyal Abbott's were] Mr. and Mrs. Darrel LundJ of As- toria. Visiting in Portland Friday with their daughters, Mrs. Der- ald Hostetler and Mrs. John Coo- er, were Mrs. Paul Kilmer, Mrs. Don Strunk and Mrs. Jack Kos- ack and Andrea. Mother's Day guests of the John Kaufman's were {heir dau- ghter Joan, Mr. and Mrs. Major Morelock of McMinnvilte, and Mrs. Helen Clark of Forest Grove. i , im Hunt and Mrs. Bob Uppendahl, and Nick Wolfer. Visiting the Mayes Smith's on Monday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Vern Abbott and Mrs. Loyal Abbott. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kilmer were Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Yeder and fam- ily of MeMinnville, Rosie Berkey and Ma,urice Yoder of Sheridan. Mrs. Frank Propes left Thurs- day for Spokane to spend several PAGE Ttfl/li days with her husbaqd. Mrs. Frances Hargitt was a guest of Mrs. Mayes Smith Sun- day, and Tuesday ,-v,nin uets were Mr. an, ?,h  ....... ,-" t,, John- son and family. Cal Kilmer, Mauri<, Y:ter and Jerry Yoder visited in Lebanon Saturday with Mr. 3tld Mrs Dan Miller. What a scarcity of news tee would b if we all ob,,yed the Ten Commandments! :: ( Chunk Tuna Mayonnaise Q, 59 KRAFT Miracle Whip 59 MARKETERI00 DICK'S CHAIN SAW SHOP WILLAMINA IIIIIIilIIIIIIIIIlilIlUlIIIIIIIIIINIIilIIIIIll e s Well as a host of other etures make the McCulloch AC 15 the natural choice or cutting firewood or [enceposts, clearing camporee  runing treas. It will be ur choice too, when Only YOU see it. $124.95' Nlght Dalla 62.2794 Tele. 876.253 843-6402 SUN5HINE DAIg'f Yet m,] sunshine New & Ua! GLASS Xnmsraum Io A Specty Mishler Wrecke WaSlace Brklge Willnin 876-243 IIIIIIIIIllllnlllln The Workingman 's Market Delivery Mon. - Wed.-Fri, Rhubarb 4 Cucumbers 2-9 c cream, cake and coffee was serv- ed b , family Sunday Y thin years offzcers ..... "... ne Maxfield Many friends and neighbors . Mr: and rs: way I   met at the tmmntfv hnll May nacl Momer s Day runner at me i 10 for a kiteho"":,':,',,,:*-. ", "o" Paul Lodi home. Callers in the I wet far the On ":-'',-', '," afternoon were Sam Street and I fly, victims * .,,.,,,,,,.,v,=,- son of Roseburg and Mr. and I ore which dostmwd thotr hexmo Mrs. D. . Maxfield, Wfllamina. ] and lt ,,o- ................ Mrs. E. E. Kllmer an5 her me- ] They we're"Tide recipients of ]ther attended church in MeMlnn- j any useful Items for tlao nttr_ I ville Sunday, with a cousin, Mrs. nOe, as weli-a-s--ga-s lon atl-o'ns-. / Darl'ene Helm. _ I ,, ohnons have begun raztn /  So N, I e Part of the house - t--hat-w-a; / By Pmal Lodt . I 'vzz Standi., I Mr. Grimes, county-4-1{ exen- I h M r. an-"Mrs. George Gardner I o-. agent,, retur.ned the Health I u a few hannv rnln,,*o ,f *,an. /posters to me school last wee I sat{on by te]nh,ma t, vd*v [ and reported Ballston school won ] night, whea t h'd"ht---''-r- [a higher percentage of blue rib-] and Mrs St,--7.'vn--v" ' T'' / bond than any in the county. We I f Phoenix r ea'l]'='-'wls'h Mr--s" / wn 24 bl'ues' 6 reds and 2 chain" ]  tardne, ........... M,th.,-;" ,TL, ",.,&.-,.o' / pionships. _75% of entries this " .......... ' ........ .nners , COFFEE , urttlay Mrs. Gardner's sister,/Y ear were mue rmn.., _:l vlrs. Ruby Reawl of Portlznd tk /Our posters were on omplay at ne Cardaers t--oa Mo-tlaer's Da---y/the Community Club Thursday nner at Dallas" Later the threelmght" - ....... i-'- 1 lb 59c tsited Mrs Eln- Wml,r in he/ The intermeaiate room Iln n- allas Convales'n',m, nnd[ec their Mother's Day gifts,  round her n -,[,.''  " [ which w,are their own photo- IN Mr. ancl"Mr's `'B'obv'Smai and | graphs set in sea shells with .family of Will-." .....  .. [ plaster paris base. rs. Gen,e Smail""Ser'ia'n-cal')-/ Stcven DeJong made a model SUnday aftornrmn hi- tho'hcrne [ of communication and transpor- of their pareni",'iTan2";}r'-Z"i" /tation system they had been win Small.  ........... "]studying in fifth grade social AT-2 R. L. McIntosh visited hislstudies" , . .  i 'r ter, Mr. and Mrs. Everett ] The third grade has sta.rte.o a I h aail during the weekend, while ] new book . and. have tmzsneo ] s EIB their umt m semne 69 c W- "- radar patrol airplane[ ' J ;t grounded at MeNaryField[ ...... _- ............... I 3 #9c Round Steak "[ztenlt blew a tire while land'[" k E  q S "g to discharge a crewman, who [ MH Cree as .MeIntosh. The aircraft is/ Lois Neal, tarred. rSe at San Diego, and was en-[ 843-2068 ] t to to Sand Point Naval Air/ .................. ----------"""" I . _ 't,S  ta } elIt:l e. La r Osbrn [ Mother's Day dinner guests at $1  :hinldren spe-nt thrYday with [ th% DinCk MRdfeBWaYe haneter 25C Sausage 3 lIr ;:,, wlrs. Floyd Page. Portland, A/3andMvs. ,ichardl Hash Browns va Wer _melvin Johnson and Mel- lRidgeway of Corvallis, Mr. an& r^, .em *Portland Sunday for ] Mrs R0v Leach of Eugene and ] ,taer's Day with Mrs Johnson's I Nina Ricteway Callin in the -'*--xer " -- ........ " g "12a^-' lrs. Lflltan Walker. _ ]afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. De. ton Yt sis toured the new ,Htl- lWayne Hampton and family, and ] 39 c "Ier verQueen''' .land children, all of Albany. ! Pancake Msx tg= , o. zra Kilmer was honore<t / M n Mrs Elmer yoder Ju "-a ........ d , " ran S phu, Pre-Mother's Day droner on I dv and Shirley were guests for r, -uay at the home of her son ] (L,+ho,, ra,, dinn,or at the home S"a'le?d.Mrs. Lonnie.Kilmer in / o"}'li'r.'an lh's. Warde Hershbur- trtai:^unoay me umer s en- j ger in Woodburn. Mrs. Hershbur- ,,. ,,u mr ner mother, Mrs. t,. ! ger accompanied them home and ztney of Dallas, a brother, Mr nd ,- . .  / was an overnight guest. , mrs marvin Whizney anu e Orange *1 Cheddar Cheese *119 ally of D....,., ..,   .,.. [ Mrs. Elmer Yoder attende6 th qlll-  ........... u ....... 'J funeral of Mrs. Gladys Becker, IIIIIIIiiiiiilllllllllllllllllllUlllllllllr[ Monday, at Zion Mennonite II1 ..... | church near Hubbard. Mrs. Bec- a-ITENTION /ker and her husband Henry were lmtm [ missionaries in India a number  1,1 [of years, returning to the states | zxe [in 1959and making their home Ik Mo 1 Snack Snide Catsu], near Salem. l//flH [Mother's Day uests at the Nestles (1 --"--"" 38 oz. tin 39 : o 39 | |Earl Neal home were MT. and C d  "' lAr 1 The new, [Mrs. Melvin Beachy and child- --  1 -]l BC ES lVlill II;;]__ .10W [2orJce , /Glen[ren of South Beaeh,andMr. and Mrs.of ....... 1 Lb Tin - 3__.  .__ l I high -- pen0rmnce cllaln .... W IGandRonde, EthelNeal anr Beachy family d , Instant Nestea ,, _ .- _ I ,3oz Ao_ I or ,r KRAFT MI IATIR I |Loren of Sheridan. !  I Mr an Mrs Clyde z,ors and  I famiiy and lIr. andlVlrs. Ira mA'.. i4M Illl) t I JAR I k,'i' J levers attended church Sunday at SVI];'I''' ! ' " [ 'r [the Pike Community church near  LB. C -- BETTY CRO( E ',_   /Yamhill and heard Rev. Lester G 29 : .lllll..j [ Hamilton, missionary from India 'K I " -Ir- I sP eak[,Ralph Kadelland shOWhome.Slides of his  i i "! )''--  /work in India. Rev. Hamilton is 1 Mas toes i..-. - J a cousin of Mrs. Ira Evers. t  ",.\\;\q t Mr. and M:s. Ronald Kluth and  x I Mr. and Mrs. Burr Olson and  ,"[t4 babyof Seattle were Monday " \\;\ ]and Tuesday visitors at the ' Mr andMrsRalphKadelland 0"00g00s_ s ? 9#c r '" 'sNOWDRIFT . , .])" and child{en and Mr. and Mrs. " / Dale Kadell enjoyed dinner out  ' Mother's Day at Whale's Cove, .__ __ -------- -- STANDBY  IN HEAVY SYR P and thenspent sometime on .... 7C P e ch H i es 4 $1 bao0agc - cutr g ]o .  PETER PAN FANCY : iUll-slzed 16" bar, famous" llllllllllllllllll! eCulloch super PIntail chaI enjoyed receiving phone calls Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gating- Mr. and Mrs. Lester Cour of from her daughter, Mrs. Don er had as Mother's Day guests lortland and Mrs. G. N. Frazer Lacy of Medford and her son her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Virgil were weekend guests of Mr. and Gordon of Hotly{lie, Cal., during bnepe_ra, ann .Her sister, asa of Mrs. Fred Rhodes. the day Mrs. ert rnces anel Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mishler vis- - " " " rs Kenneth Tilden bazayette, ited with Mr and Mrs Floyd , lvir. ana .aa . . ....... Emmert in Sweet "'-"unda- " '' ;d fararJnly,svrmanUraY DwZc Sheridan Briefs Wee_k.end guest, sof tm'hr par y" " ........ " ')" --- .  ..,.. =o,, ,ents, Mr. ano Mrs uon trung, . ere mr ann Mrs Jonn Cooper !t Mr and Mrs Marvin Carkuff ro16 Me ers Ross and Max- . _.  I I In II and Kathy drove to Portland on ine,HaJpent MYother's Day wit" his and lvlr. and Mrs. Fred Shandy of __.  __ == -- m I R . -- anWTh:teidrt!}:ugihnteti:Bd? ePareat, dashM.rs. Fred Mey 'rMnrtOWlaardu 1 Kl]mearndvlst PLAN AN I=P.U ' - " '-'' ......... hn and Judy, their ,-arents Mr' --= a'r- "-" -'- One lnsredlent |i pt,eelez '   VaSnucnedaofy ,guMtehsrSfDIY: and Mrs. spen';UIothe''UnD;; with rela- W olfer in Alban;"UW"dneay': v,...,o.,, er--c.... 0,,-.  .. Earl Smith wore their ,d:ughter, I tl,/e: m Hood .iRiver.. Lrmer guesm were vzrs. ",'ova I COFFEI: i , / ", lib 5 9 Ilfl 1]001 lg " " i} !iii,i 2 Lbs, 31.1 " 10 Oz, I -- - J I.STANT $1.29 I s,'-. __ I srzrrt ..r -- - - I . s 3 ooz #9c I ll0un, l Ste;  6 !;' I FROZEN I O0UNTRY srYZ  I [ash B00'owns00 2Sc :' ........... 3 ' )ausage ' 00Mix tg=l !" I ancak, 'ran a I SHrA I BANDON I 00nge o,.s t l('h dd L 46 OZ. $   2 LB. e , ,e II I I estles Qmck Morrel Snack ers Ca p I -- tin 39c o 3 9c 0 oz ) U/,,  B- TT ' Ti 39c -- ,, _-m--- o zs I 1 Lb , ....... _ Instant 1 estea ____ KRAFT MINIATURE I . _ 1 1/3 OZ. 4 3- DEL MONTE I Io"" I C __ BETTY CROOKER INSTANT I ens ;a