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The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, July 16 1964 Harmong Tuesday afternoon Kathy and Jerrl Morltz helped Mischell Vannlce celebrate her birthday at the home of her grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hill. Evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Small. Mrs. Laura Blanchard is a patient at UniversRy of Oregon Medical hospRal in Portland, where she had cataract sur- gery last Tuesday. She is re- ported to be doing quite well. Mrs. Stanley Davies and chil- dren of Vancouver, B.C. visited from Thursday till Sunday with Mr and Mrs. William Firneisz and family. Douglas Hill left last Tuesday on an expense paid trip from a business flrm in Washington, D.C., where he was interviewed for three days for a possible position in the future. Doug- hs wrote his mother, Mrs. Glenn Hill, that he also had visited several government buildings and also some inter- esting places in Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Wren and family of Denverj Colo., A.A. Wren and Mrs. Floy Blairwere Friday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pear- sons of McMinnviLie. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Knight of Palo Alto, Callf. were over- night guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Benis. Mr. and Mrs. HughVeachand Virginia returned home Friday evening from a vacation trip that took them through Eastern Washington and on north to Cameloop, B.C., and back by way of the Frazler River high- way. Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shenk were Mr. and Mrs. David Shenk of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Rus- sell Shenk and son of Sher- idan, Mrs. D.F. Shenk, Myron and Byron Shenk and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fowler and son. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Abdar- halden and daughter of near Newherg were Saturday eve- ning picnic supper guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.Wil- liam Rosenbalm. Mr. and Mrs. George Turpin and Terry of MapeRon spent the weekend here with her par- ents Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Walk- er. Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Thomas attended a Pioneer Picnic at Madras Sunday They were glad to meet Mrs. Thomas' brothers and their wives, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Blanchard of Bend, Elder and Mrs. Vance Blancherd of Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Blanchard of Elgin. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shenk were Mr. and Mrs. Avon Kauffman of Canby, Mr. and Mrs. Roman Yoder and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fowler and son and Myron and Byron Shenk. Mrs. IAmaReeves and daugh- ter accompanied Mrs. R.G. Thomas to Portland Monday to visit Mrs. Laura Blanchard at the U of O Medical hospitsl- Mrs. William Firneisz and daughter and their house guests, Mrs. Henry Flrneisz and daugh- ter, were Tuesday morning guests of Mrs. Muriel Green- law. Guests during the weekend of Mr. and Mrs. John Mor- oney were Mr. and Mrs. Ar- nold Davon and family of Rap- id City, S.D. Mr. and Mrs. William Am- mon and daughters of San Fran- cisco and Mr. and Mrs, Pat Moroney of Rockaway. Gutbrod Joins Army Reserve Newest member of Sslem*s 302nd Chemical Company (GS) ts Oscar Adam Gutbrod of 1554 Van Buren st., Corvallis. Gtbrod 23, a June Oregon State university graduate, signed into the Army Reserve company Wednesday. Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Gtbrod of 228 S. W. Jeffar- son st, Sheridan, he plans to return to work with the Seed Certification department at OJ upon completion of his active duty time. He will enter the elght-week Army basic training at Fort Ord, CRl.if, at the end of Sept- ember. Upon completion of this training he will go on to advanced training In a field to be chosen. I YOU NEED SUNSHINE MILK QUALITY YOU'LL NEVER FORGET emtmmmm Im ua mtoa SUNSHINE DAIRY 843-6402 Mr. and Mrs. Chester Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Willlams and family, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Krautheefer Jr., and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ladd and fatally, Mr. and Mrs. Don Stuck and family and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stuck spent the weekend near Aberdeen, Wash., clam digging. Florence Lamson, who has spent the past three months vis- iting her mother, Mrs. Edna Lamson, left for her home in Washington, D. C., the latter part of last week. Mrs. Mabel Wadman of Van- couver, B. C. visited last week at the Karl Gast and L.L. Birks home. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Smail drove to Delake Friday evening to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ver- non McKibben and to see the low tide. Sheridan Briefs Patrlcia and Linda Small of Amity were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Small Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Nlsly and family attended the Moses Evers reunion Sunday at the Western Mennonite School near Salem. In the evening they drove into Salem to visit Mr. and Mrs. Donald Vetter, former res- idents of Sheridan. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Irwin helped her mother, Mrs. Myr- tle Lady, celebrate her 81st birthday with a backyard dln- ner at the Irwin home. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lady of Sheridan; a son, Mrs. Glenn Lady of Spokane, Wash.; and a daughter, Miss Irma Lady of Orangevale, Callf. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Thomson and Mr. and Mrs. Neal Thom- son spent the past week with Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts at their cottage at Ocean Park, Wash. Joining them for clam digging were Mr. and Mrs. Duane Thomson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cardwell and son, Mr. and Mrs. Don Car- anlmn and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rosenbaugh and daugh- ter and Lyle Roberts of Rain- ier. Mrs. John Diilln was hostess COMMUNITY to her bridge club Thursday evening. Prize winners were BIRTHDAY CALENDAR Mrs. Glenn Hill, first, end Mrs. - .............................. Eugene Smafl, second. Mrs. Sheridan High School com- William Ivie and Mrs. Jerry reunify birthday calendar sends Lundholm were guests. Mrs. greetings this week to Joyce Gary Mahen will he the next hostess. Nancy McKibben, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin McKib- ben returned Saturday to Camp Smith Creek at Silverton. Nancy was attending a counselor In- training camp for Glrl Scouts, which convened June 25. On err,, vAtuf00 ELLINGSWORTH S  'W) SUPER MARKETS \\; SHERIDAN & WILLAMINA AD EFFECTIVE THUR - SAT " FROZEN PIES i!!!! 3/99' PETER PAN CHUNK LIGHT TUNA 69 GIANT ZEE $ 5 LB. PAPER TOWEL I ZEE 4-PAK 5 2,b 14' LB. 6 oz. INSTANT 99' SUGRR Agate Show June ,8 she underwent anem- At Delake ergency appendectomy. She will Annual Agate show of the returnhome Friday. North Lincoln Agate society will be held Saturday and Sun- Mr. and Mrs. CD.fford Coon day, July 25 and 26, at the took a drive Sunday upthenorth Delake Grade school on High- Santlam to Motolius, southSan- way I01 in Delake. Doors will tiara and via Albany on the way be open Saturday from I0 a.m. home. to I0 p.m. and Sunday from i0 a.m. to 5 p.m. The show will feature col- lections of amateur and com- mercial exhibitors, with agate and mineral collections from throughout the world. ,Bank Totals der, Dorothy Kraucefer, Lit Tammy Melonuk, Judy Haddon, S e ere Marilyn Blanchard, JeffreyYo- Total deposits of $3,522,487. der, Timothy Hayzlett, Tony F. 09 and loans and discounts total- Braley, Debbie Hulett and Greg- ing $1,854,619.13 were record- ory Summers. ed at the Sheridan branch of Wedding congratulations go to the U. S. National Bank of Ore- Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Wallace gon as of June 30, according to and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wirfs. Manager Art Hebert. Mill Creek Mr. and Mrs. Iloff Harris enjoyed their visit to the Rock Gardens at Redmond Sunday, coming home by way of Mt. Hood. The Moses Evers Reunion was held Sunday at the Western Mennouite School near Salem. The families attending from here were the Ira Evers, Clyde Evers Earl Neals and Sam Evers. They had their own worship service in the school gym. Mrs. Kenneth Knutson ser- ved a birthday dinner Tues- day in honor of her father, W.H. Brandt. Others present besides the two families were Tom and Jim Cox and Cur- tis Chamberlain of Sheridan. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Bat- fie met with their son's faro- fly, Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Kline and sons of Bend, at Bltm lake and Suttle lake for severaldays of camping. While there they enjoyed horseback riding and swimming. The Elmer Yoders attended the S.D. Yoder reunion at Maude W,Ilia,son park Sunday. Saturday morning callers at the Elmer Yoder home were his nephew, James Byers, and son Ron of Pasco, Wash. Ac- companying them were his sis.. ter, Lora Byers of Salem, who remained overnight before re- turning to her home Sunday. Calling in the afternoon were Mrs. Yoder*s sister, Mrs. Frances Yoder and a friend, Mrs. Hazel Cotter, both of Albany. In the evening, they drove to McMlnnville and had dinner at the Turkey- Rama. Barbara Knutson attended a birthday dinner for O.W. Mag- nuson of Willamina Wednes- day. Also present were Mrs. Lois Chamberlain and Cur- tis and Susan of Sheridan. GoRO200!Dou'BEEF 3/!17 RRE DK00E00R,L, N G H E N S 29 PORK ROAST PORK STEAK 49 SO WONDERFUL & TENDER WIENERS SUMMER TIME FAVORITE SWIFTS PICNIC NO WASTE, EAT IT ALL FOR SANDWICHES OR AS IS LB. 39 PKG 3 LB. Sl89 I 4/99' [ BANQUET TV DINNER$ 39 I PINEAPP"L'iC'.APEFRUIT ..c.P. ORANGE 6oz. LEMONADE oo i I/2 GAL STRA,,,,E0 BABY FOOD .o, GELATIN 3/95 c 9/1 3/29 c 3/89 c TOILET TISSUE 37c WAX PAPER 23c MELLORINE FOIL 29 c RADISHES . GREENONIONS S LETTUCE EA. EA. LB. .. 5 WATERMELON ,B. LADIES'HOSE I SHORT SLEEVE SWEAT SHIRTS BOYS' WRANGLER MEN'S WRANGLERS LADLES' CAPRIS .RUGS 29 c lSS .|88 |19 PAIR