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TIdURSDAY, "JWLY iI, 19(}3 " Added Sizzle to Willamina Parade Cute entry in the Fourth of July parade at Will- aznJna were Kathleen McGee, left, and Debbie John- son, along with their little dogs. Kathleen is the dau- ghter of Mr, and Mrs. R. L. McGee and Debbie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson. The parade drew a very large and appreciative crowd. Ballston Mabel Mellema, Corres. I Tuesday evemng Mr. and Mrs. lllsworth Pettit of Salem and Mr. and Mrs. Douwe Mellema vm supper guests of Alice and Dee Mellem. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Walker of ttle spn a few ays recently h Mr. Wlker&apos;s daughter, Mrs. elvin Johnso and family. btMrs. E. D. Snail who suffered o broken legs ,and multiple ru,ises 1 :an automobile acci- derLt July 1 is getting along sat- factorily. She will ba confined .'he General Hospital in Mc- 'rmwille lrom six to eight Weeks before casts can be put on 8-c-ording to the ttendiing phy- Sician. I-Ier daughters Mrs. Tony (Er- aa) Lasvrdere ardt Gladys raal, Oak Hart)or,  Wash., tvrs. VLmy Nk>rris, lugene and their ._)aardHes spent the vceaken.d at 'the Sa:il lmme and visited Sheir ther in the hspital. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clayton of I(la.ath Falls lave visited re- ly at he oa of Mrs. Clay- atnt, r. and, Mrs. Lee k, wln she hadn `t seen for Yaxs. Other more recent visit- f Mr. ,arid Mrs. Clark was a razn David Worden and his aily of Sattle. Miss Lilli( ay 5ogers of Sal- atd Robert Brooks and Lo rtyre of Eddy-oHio visited at e R. H. Boks hme Saturday. Nrs. Jack DJong was ,hstes.s IIIIIIIIIIIuIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIlllIIIIIIIIIIII! ATTENTION FARMERS 00llC 15 t,e .ew, low priced hii ilornance chain saw iii .!iii :: ... Here's your "best buy" in an. economy saw that's fast ariel dependable on even the toughest cutting jobs. ull-sized 16  bar, famous . McCulloch super Pintail cha.t as well as a host of other features make the McCulloch MAC 15 the natural choice for cutting firewood or fenceposts, clearing campsitel or pruning trees. It will be Your choice too, when Only you see it. $124.95 Nights Dallas 62.754 Tele, 876-2,3 DICK'S CHAIN SAW SHOP WILLAMINA Iqlilliillill 111111111111 at her ,hone Saturday at a one o'clock luncheon, having as guests, Miss Gladys Chandlee; Portland, Miss Queenie Rand, Am%ty, Miss Alice Mellema, .Ev- erett, Wash., an,d Mrs. Cassio Sechrist. Alice and Queenie were schoolmates at Ba}:lston and Miss Chandler was Alice's teacher in the old Scroggins school. Symlathy from their Ballston friends s extended Joe Carrel and h'is sister Malda Todl in the sudden death of their ,brother Verin Carrel late of Dayton, who died suddenly from a ,h, eart attack. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Kaltenbach have become :the grandparents of their 13th grandchild, a little daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Bob Enwelland, Mv.M, in,nville. Sunday, July 7, the Virgil Seotts, Eveatt Rasm,ussen famSly and Mrs. Jessie Mekkers all of Portland had their annual "get- lgther" wLth 4he two Mellema families, t ,the Do ad Alice MeHema home: The planned pic- nic was eaten in ,the house, due t<) the riny cold wevailr. AC1 PhMp ad Mrs. Kalten- bach and family of Mountain Home, Idaho, spen,t a few days at his parerts hame ,and seen his sister Alice that he adn't seen sino 1954 and on Saturday see another sister, Helen, whom he ,h,'an:t seer since 1952. AC1 Philip and Mrs. Kalten- bach anal am,ily o$ Moun`tain Home, Id'ho, Mr. and Mrs. Rob. et L. Down and farrfily of Dallas and Mr. nd Ms. H. J. Kalten- bah and Lester of Baliston spent Friday at the coast and pc- nicked at Sand Lake ad viewed d'ifferent plaCes before ging home. Enjoys Reunion A reun,on was held at Dallas recently .at the ,home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Downs and family. Thce enjoying the aant were Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Headings an,d family of Son,era, Mexico, AC1 Philip .and Mrs. Kaltenbach and family of lV0urtain Home, Idaho, Mr. and Mr. Robert E. Engelland of McMinnville, Mr. anl Mrs. H.I. Kaleeahemh and Lester of Ballston. The group en- i joyed a picnic 4n ,the Dallas p3rk !Wih 23 present Little Shazon Lea Engqland did not join them , as she was only five days old. Bond Sales Short Local U. S. National Bank re- parted sales of Savings Bonds here for,the week ending last Priday night mourted ,to $1,375. Total sales srme the beginning of the Freedom Bond Drive on May First amounted to $2,957.00 In this ety. The goal which local Savings Bonds leaders hoped to reaCh by he end of te Drive on July Pourth was $5,000.00 People who shout about in- divldual rights often forget that the Constitttin talks about the ,general welfare. Yn md sunshine SUN$.HINE DAle) 843-6402 iiIiinllllllllllll NeW & Used GLASS Insurance los A Specialty Mishler Wreckers Wallam Bridge I WiKamina 876-2432 ! i III I )I SH SU, JHERID,LNZAMHiJ.,L COUb"rY, OREGON Harmony i faTrdly ad Elaine Baller of Port- land nd Mr. and Mrs. Huh Veaeh :ad famAly picrgckel at Fogerty Creek park Thursday. Mr. and IVlrs. W. P. Clore and ,9.-] Robert were Wednesday ev- ening dinner guests of Mr. arid rs. Carl Scherpf and family oI Fozt Grove. Myron Shk arrived home on Frhlay  spemi the summer here :with hk parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth bhenk. Myron has spet tte past two years in Meadco City. Ms. Joe Klanecky and daugh- ters of Sv.lem were Sturday gt,sts of het parerds, Mr. and --Mrs. Floy Blair, Cores. 843-6147 Mrs. George Turpin was hos- tess Tuesday even:ing, July 2 for a color shower hooing Mrs. Max Rasmussen. The evenlng was spent visiting and getting ac. qu.ainted width H,tta MaTlin and Eloise Rasmunen, twin @aug, h- ters of Mr. and Mrs. Max Eas- munsen. Present were IvIesdmes Ken- neth Shenk, Myron Buehholz, John Kaufnan, R. A. Shots, Carl Wise Leo Herber, Robert Cruick- shank, Paul Wardell, Fred Wirfs, Jeannie and Dorma, Walter Buchholz, Chest,r Jones, Floyd Ullrich, Terry Turpin, Miss Inez Rowell MTs. F]oy Blair, the guest )f h)nor and the hoste. Mrs. Paul Wardell, Mrs. L,o Herber, Mrs. Hugh Walker and Mrs. Floy Blair assisted in serv- ing rafresh.merts of cake, jello and coffee. Mr. and Mrs. Bush of Tacoma were overnight guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. John Veach. Mrs. Bob Fowler and son of Linnood, Wash., visited with her paren,ts, Mr. and Mrs. Ken- nth Shenk from Wednesday un. til Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gleam Brenneman a,ttended the St. Paul rodeo the 4th .of July. Mr. and Mrs. James Drape and David Yodel Win. Bch, Hugh Mrs. R. G. Thormas. Walker, Steve Fletoher, Herman Mrs. W. P ttais .returned home Encls, Kenrmhh Knutson, Win. from the ho:pial last Monday Cruickshank and daughters and is makLng a satisfactory r- ogve my Mr. and Mrr3. George Turpin drove to McClarey on Saturday tc visit hls iather who is a pati- ent in :;he hospital there. Mr. a.nd Mrs. R01rt Blair and children of Lotgview were week end guems of his mother .Mrs. F],oy Bir. -.-. Win. Harris and son of Corval- lis were lureheon guests of ,his parents, Mr. and Mrs, W. P. Har- ris Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Turpin and family moved to Mapleten, Tuesday where Mr. Turpin is employed ixt the plywood plant. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn I.chner, Gwen, Niek ie and Allen nd Nancy. Kaufan tten<kd a pie- a,ic t the Ve,ner Hamilton place at Albany on he 4th of July. SHERIDAN BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. C3rald Kendall and daughter Janice of Salem joined Mrs. Florence Fisher and 'Mrs. Lillian Smith at the home : of Mr .an,d M'rs. arlnd Kendall on ,the FouL whe3 they had a bar, becue on th.e patio. All at- i tended the parade in Willamina in t.he evening, in which the Re- gion No. 2 Drum Corps marched. Miss Lorraine Beiieu is employ- ed in the Palm Cae in McMinn- ville this summer. She plans to c,nroll at University of Oregon in the fall. Arriving the Fourth for a week or ten ,day visit at the Johnny Marceaux home, were his brother, Mr. a[td Mrs. Wilton Marceaux and aughter Carol a sister-in- law, Mrs. Paul Mareeaux a nJece, Bre.nd: Broussard and a step- ister, Mrs. Alex Marceaux, all of Caplan,La. Mr. and Mrs. Ade Pelzer, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Simonson and Ray vacationed t East Lake from July 3rd to Sunday. The Bert Wepsters are also at East Lake, laving gne up the pro- ok>us T, hursday. Darrel Glover of Denver, Colo., 'spent June wtth his grandparent. Mr.and Mrs. Ernest Huntley in Sheridan and with h,is her ,and family-, the Ls Glovers tn Salem. Friday June. 28th Mrs. Huntley aeeompained Darrel lazk ,to Den- ver by plane, were she wlsR- ed ;her daughter, Lorrne Glov- or, who now resides in Denver i i Sheridan Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Oral ' Singleton arid duglter, Mrs. Orlene Dud. Icy and son Jimmay, all of Rose. ville, Calif., visited Mrs. Single- PAGE TH SHERIDAN BRIEFS Mr. and Mn. ]oy Wakefield and John lave returned from a month's trip to Illinois, where they visit:ed many eiatives. They ton's sister, Mrs. Dorothy Reis in also went to Wakefield. Ill. which S,^.:n .... . ,),, ._.,; ..... . was named f<>r Mr. Wakfield's IIXlIUO.*I, ,ua ut(cx tt.lv- xlt m Willamina r a week, leaving reat grandatlh :. ,hey weren't " " " home on ..... Itoo mp '.- a ": ',::/c.r a tt was for mlezr umcmy. ne i -  ' " " .......... about theszeof McCoy A big Calif, orma vm,tors Irs. L)orOtny ._ ., -'ier ' "' ..... rand ": .... xamny 1 t c an net(] (]uriag a,em ari mr. Mrs. Jonn _I-elS - " r ...... < : " . ..... [nelr %lS]T %VIIC[1 t[u) reLative and daughters, Joined a group o ] )nde d I friends and relatives for a picnic ! .... in Blackwell Park the Fourth. Mrs. En Seth rcqurned to I ....... her home on Monday after ,being Mrs Harola l'uner Mrs. ttoyt lan- fi "' . . ' .  In ix)IX ,(1 "e WO"KS She Shnonson an vtrs. reo 5pooner . " "' underwent major surgery at h( spent Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Harold Whitfield, where they spent he exening working on the programs for She ,nsuing year f, ca- he Study Club. Mrs. Whtfield, who attended Oregon College of Education at Monmouth last y.ear, p:ar to re- turn again his fall. Good Sanarit.an HospLtal and then convalesced at )he home of !of her sister, Mrs. Otto Nel., in Portland. The Buell Grarge ires rceiv| the 100 bronze olored Sampson chairs they orded recently, and have needed for so long. 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INSTANT 89C COFFEE 't.009 HUNT'S Pork & Beans 8 *1 CANs BTANDBY Mandarine Oranges cans 89 g The Workingman's Market Delivery M0n. - Wed.-Fri. MARKETERI/00