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6 The Sun, Wednesday, May 29, 1991 ROr00DE Er By Mickey Barber 879-5060 Dewey Taylor and friend Marie of Raymond, Wash., visited his sister and husband Lorraine and Les Ashweil a few days last week. Primrose Rebekah Lodge's drill team performed at the State Rebe- kah/Oddfeliow assembly meeting in Portland Wednesday evening and took third place. Eloise Hulett received the degree of chivalry on Sunday at the assembly. She, Edith Littlejohn, Nettle Wise and Lola Lord attended the assembly from Sunday through Friday. Edith and Neuie were delegates from Primrose Lodge. Bob and Dot Houston, Walt and Wanda Houston visited their brother George Houston at Ortlng, Wash., Friday until Sunday. A large group of relatives celebrated George's daughter Elizabeth's birthday. Dean Stuck of Jacksonville, Fla., visited Roy and Joyce Zimbrick on the weekend. Visitors Sunday at the Zimbricks' home were Carol and Ron Sigler, Marcia and Eric Miller and family of Portland; Garland, Clifton and Gwen Huddleston of Corvallis and Roy and Joyce's daughters Dana and Christie and families. Archie and Glenda (Majors) Clark of Yuma, Ariz., visited his sister Elsie Werth and family Sun- day. Visitors at Dennis and Sue Werth's home this week are her mother Carrie Wheelhouse from The Dalles and three of their friends from The Netherlands. The Methodist minister Bob Reynolds will have knee surgery this week. Gloria Nalley of Dallas will fill the pulpit. Donna McMillan had a surprise birthday party for her husband Don at The Bonanza restaurant Friday evening with 13 family and friends gathered. Dick and Violet Zimbrick, Bob and Bonnie Bishop enjoyed the youngsters track meet at Cloverdale Saturday. Visitors at Roy and Clara Tucker's home on Sunday were their daugh- ter and husband Judy and Bob Parks of Cloverdale. Recent visitors at Hugh and Ollie O'Leary's home were their grand- daughter and husband Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bass and children of Roseburg. On Saturday, Ollie's sisters Anne Wilbroad of Mollala and Mr. and Mrs. Martell of Portland visited them. Their grandson Greg Rich and friend Angie of Kelso, Wash., also visited them. Dorothy Weaver's brother and wife George and Kathy Fuller of Mehama visited her and Vi and Nolan Curl on Sunday. Dorothy's grandson and family Terry and Ronda Weaver and children of Sile visited Dorothy and Joyce Elmer and family on the weekend. Daphne Bailey visited her mother Laura Cherry in Tacoma, Wash., on the weekend. Mike and Daphne's daughter Lori made the Dean's List in the top 5 percent at the University of Oregon. Their son Charles is in North Fork, Va., as a petty officer in the U.S. Navy, assigned to a submar- ine. Inez Tietjen visited her daughter Mary Thurman in Dallas a few days last week. Mary's son and wife Kenny and their son of Puyallup, Wash., visited Inez and Vi Sieter Sunday. Ila Burger and granddaughter Shannon Burger attended the Sur- geon family reunion at the McMinnville park Sunday where about 60 relatives gathered. Ken and Edna visited their daugh- ter and husband Chance and Stepha- nie Wolff at Halfway, Ore., on the weekend. Beverly Smith graduated from Linfield College Sunday with a bachelor's degree in political sci- ence. Her parents Ed and Lilly Smith had a party for her at The Bonanza restaurant Saturday even- EL. Club meets at Sheridan home Sheridan EL. Club 24 met May 15 at the home of Gertie Reid. Donna Firestone, president, held a short business meeting. Members enjoyed playing Yahtzee with Kae Pratt winning high score, Phyllis Cook second and Leverna Cole, low. Louise Thompson won the door prize. The members enjoyed a salad buffet served by the hostess. Those answering roll call were Ruth Davis, Marjorie Warrington, Donna Firestone, Loisel Bride, Leverna Cole, Kae Pratt, Dorothy Hawk, Louise Thompson and Ger- tie Reid. The next meeting will be Wednes- day, June 19, at 7:30 p.m. at Leverna Cole's house, 643 N.W. Yamhill, Sheridan. ing with 30 friends and family attending from Portland and the local area. Bey plans to go to Alaska for three months. Leroy and Lorraine Baker, Kathy and Bonnie visited his sister Lois Egnatoff at Pacific City Sunday. Pat Winkler and Mickey Barber also visited Lois and George and Yolanda Hodgdon at Tillamook Sunday. WE PRINT: Business Cards * Letterheads Catalogs Circulars ... you name it! THE SUN 249 S. Bridge, Sheridan 843-2312 i SPOTS By Marc Daniels 843-3050 or 843-4141 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blair and Troy, amd Viola Boyer of Tangent were Monday guests of Fioy Blair. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Testone of Jefferson, Colo.; Donna Moretto also from Jefferson; Mr. and Mrs. William Ebbighausen of Elmer City, Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Moore of Anchorage, Alaska; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cox and Athena Cox of Troutdale; Mr. and Mrs. John Headwick and family from Salem, and two young gentle- men from South Africa were at Mr. and Mrs. Howard Guyton's Mother's Day celebrations. They are their daughters and some great-grandchildren. There were three tables of pinochle at the American Legion hall Friday afternoon, with high score going to Edith Hunfley and second going to Ernestine Wat- son. The names drawn for pin- Sweet Ripe ]00'resh 9800: l0000tra00v berries California Grown IL Sweet Peaches New Crop, California Grown ............ Lb. 1.69 Sunkist Baby Lemons 2.29 Great For Seafood Dishes ................ 10Ill. Doritos Tortilla Chips Assorted Varieties, 14 to 15-Oz .............. , Western Family Preserves Baggedl00lresh Effects ........................ 1.99 Spinad.00. 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