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. " nl i I '- aaJmD aomE-- GRAND RONDE--Mrs. Mine Mofit, mother of Mrs. Murray House, Grand Ronde, underwent an operation at the Emmanuel Hospital, P o r t 1 a n d, Saturday, August 29. At last information received Mrs. Mofit was doing as well as could be expected. "the Manor" has several i i WESTERN STYLE I IIII I II II I . lU i patients recently entered in the] nursing home. Mrs. Fannie Mc-] -,m-. Mine Mdit Kinley, of Sheridan, was in a/ very seriously ill condition when| ,,-sn"%r'oes ,,e -n'era"on admitted August 2, but is pro-! gressing very nicely now. Ethel Nowlan, was with the nursing home for a week, but has now returned to her Willamina home. She was admitted August 23 and discharged August 28. Mrs. Now- lan is owner of the Texas Cafe. Mrs. Termil Leno entered August 23. Grandma Leno has a very in- teresting past; born a LaChance, in St. Paul 96 years ago, accord- ing to her family records, resid- ing in this valley since birth, she was once housekeeper for D g N C 1 N G Phil Sheridan. Mrs. Leno is a very good patient and doing well at holding her own for a woman of that age. Mrs. Bertha Rosa underwent surgery in the Portland Sani- tarium, Thursday, August 20, and has recuperated enough to :leave the hospital August 29. Mrs. Rosa has resided with her daughter, Mrs. John Liepold, for the past three years. Her other daughters, Mrs. Nola Brady and |di 8tot; m ilMrs. Wilma Borton, have re- I .]'..n _I, I I mained at her bed side through- I  /Jays vrmm I I out her hospital confinement. lMrs. Borton returned to her J Dance to the music of the Wagon Wheelers every night mampt Sunday. Square danc- ing Wed., Sept. 9 and Satu:- day, Sept., 12. Admladon 50, Saturdays, 74c 9 - 12 p.m. 4-H Bldg. STATE FAIR Valley Maid Dairy MILK Milk and Cream can be obtained at yur favorite grocery store or you can contact the driver or call Valley Maid PHONE 2322 Pasteurized - Homogenized and Chocolate Milk htterm'dk - lO Percent Cream Coffee Cream Whipping Cream-Cottage Cheese Green Spot Orange I I -- -= = " Grand Ronde home Friday, Aug- ust 28. Colorado Folks Visit Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith and son Johnnie, of Berthod, Colora: do, arrived Tuesday afternoon, August 25, to visit their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wells and family. They were neighbors in a trailer camp at Boulder, Colo. last year. The Smiths' motored on for a trip to the coast, return- ing to their trailer house home in Portland the next afternoon. If they can find employment they plan to make Oregon their future home. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Everette Casey, a baby girl, named Melo- dy Ann, weighing 7 pounds 11 ounces. August 20, 6:05 p. m. at the Dallas Hospital with Dr. Bos- satti attending. Mother and baby are now at home and doing nice. ly. Mrs. Mary Thompson, Grand Ronde, is recuperating from a major operation performed last Friday, August 21, in the Port" land Sanitarium. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rich motored to Portland Saturday morning to meet Kenneth's par- ents', Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rich, and his sister, Shirley Rich, of Gothenburg, Nebraska, who ar- rived by train. The group all motored back to Grand Ronde for a few days visit. Miss Caro- lyn Widholm of Gothenburg ac- companied the Richs to Portland and then left for Centralia to visit relatives. Miss Rich will leave Grand Ronde this Thurs- day, to Join Miss Widholm. Miss Widholm has a brother, Corporal ffarold Widholm, acting as sur- gical Tech., in the Madigan Hos- pital medical corps., who is re- ceiving an honorable discharge and with his sister and Miss Rich, plans to make a trip to Canada to visit friends and then after a three weeks pleasure trip will return the young ladies to their homes and he will remain at home after several years of be- ing in the service. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rich will return by train to N e b r a s k a, leaving Grand Ronde Sunday, Sept. 5. They left two sons, Quentin, 15, and Allen, 13, in charge of their home and to return back to school which started in Gothen- burg, August 31. Costume Jewelry Show Held Mrs. Hazel Anderson of Salem directed her Sarah Coventry Cos- tume jewelry fashion show, which was to be held at the home of Mrs. Wilma Borton in Grand Ronde, in the Housing Unit Administration building which was appreciated for the occasion, at 7:00 p. m. Friday, August 28. VIrs. Manly of Salem accompanied Mrs. Anderson. Mrs. Bernice Harlan and daugh- ter, Loree, of Salem motored to her parents, Mr and Mrs. Bor- tons' home to enjoy the evening also. Others in the Grand Ronde vicinity attending were Mrs. Frances Austin and mother, Mrs. Barbara Klees; Mrs. Earl Harper, Mrs. George Youngs, Mrs. An- drew Smith, Mrs. Nellaray Odam and the hostess, Mrs. Borton. Even though the evening weath- er turned to a down pour all at- tending agreed they enjoyed the evening very much. Piano music was played for entertainment and refreshments of coffee and cookies were served. Thanks in appreciation to the press and the loud speaker system which was in Grand Ronde that evening, for helping to anounce the Fashion land claim is a land mark and scene of the Agee family reun- ion held each year in July. Mr. and Mrs. C1}nton Sander- lin, and family of Toledo called on his brother, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Sanderlin, Friday afternoon on their way into Portland. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Berkey re- Costume jewelry show. Bert Rhodes, Portland, brother of Mrs. Sam Davison, underwenl an operation in a Portland hos- pital last Wednesday, August 18, Mr. and Mrs. Davison motored to Portland to remain until his condition shows improvement. Lloyd Clawson entered the Veterans' Hospital Monday, Aug- ust 18, at Vancouver, Wash., for observation and treatments. Mr. and Mrs. Kalso Amos have sold their logging equipment as of August 6, to L. A. Scott of Re. mote, Ore. The Amos' equipment was located at Bell Mountain and will be moved from there to Remote. Mr. and Mrs. Kalso Amos, Ste- ven and Cindy, left Grand Ronde, accompanied by Claude Perkins and Jerald Amos, a cousin, who are going along for a visit in their old home state, Nebraska. The Kalso Amos' are intending to live at Comstock, their former home. Mrs. Amos has her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Perkins at Taylor, Neb. while Mr. Amos' folks, Mr. and Mrs. John Amos, are at Comstock. Mr. Amos drove the 1% ton Chevrolet 1953 model, truck" through while Mrs. Amos followed in the new 1953 Ponti- ac. They were accompanied by Mrs. Wilma Borton as far as Sa- lem, August 20. The Amos' ex. pect to take their time and enjoy the trip as much as possible. Mrs. Amos' brother, Louis Ingra. ham, helped them in their pre- parations for moving. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ingraham and Trudy motored to Broken Bow and Mason City, Nebraska for a two weeks vacation trip, visiting relatives. Patty and Sandra Ingraham of Willami who had been visiting at Broker Bow since school was out, re turned to their home with Mr.i and Mrs. Ingraham, and Mr. In- grahams' mother, Mrs. Fred In- g r a h am, accompanied then: ceived word from their son Gil- bert who is in the armed forces, that he is now stationed in North Carolina. Mrs. M. P. Carkuff and Bette went to Salem Tuesday and left Barbara and Kathy with Mrs. Belle Smith. Mrs. Robert Nash and Kay of Sheridan accompan- ied them to Salem. Mrs. Win. Vanderwood brought her little grandson, Bruce Hall home Monday from the hospital in Portland and reports he is get- ting along fine. Bruce received a broken collar bone and other injuries in the wreck that took the lives of his parents, Mr. and! Mrs. Willis Hall of McMinnville. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Carkuff, Barbara and Kathy visited afthe home of his brother-indaw, Charles Van Kleeck in Salem on Sunday afternoon and looked over his new house. Bette Carkuff enjoyed a picnic at Oceanlake Sunday with a group of young people from the First Conservative Baptist Church in McMinnville. Connie Ferdig was a weekend guest of Betty Agee. Raymond Wilder and Donald Halferty were fishing on Salmon River Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Severns and family and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Eisele and family picnicked at Nelscott Sunday and reported a wonderful time. Square dance enthusiasts don't forget the square dance Saturday night, September 5th at Gopher Valley Community hall. The THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, i i ii i i i caller will be a Mr. Harger from Smith kept little Kathy wl Salem, during the absence of Pat Mrs. Carkuff made the trip. and Corene Norris. Visiting Thursday at the hOSe Linda and Gay Micheal of Mc- of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob GraUg Minnville are spending a few were his cousins, Mr. and Mr days with their grandparents, Albert Grauer and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Oldham. Ben Ohlendorg of Marcus, Second Set of Twins Born and his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fagan were Latham and Mrs. Edward presented with their second pair who were all dinner guests of twin cales this year. Thursday. Sandra Lingscheit of North Mc- Minnville was a weekend guest MILK CONTROL of her grandparents, Mr. and HEARING SET Mrs. Frank Lingscheit and Carol. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hegberg and A public hearing to family attended the Fair at testimony and evidence as Riekreall Saturday evening, cost of production and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Haugen were guests of Mr .and Mrs. Phil- tion of fluid milk, resale flip Scott for turkey dinner Sun- pooling regulations, day evening honoring the birth- of quotas, and unfair trade day of their son-in-law, Phillip tices in Zone No. 2 Washington, and later in the evening attend- ed the reception at the Bellevue hill, Clackamas, Hood River, Hall for Mr. and Mrs. Eugene lumbia and Wasco counties McKinley. Mrs. Haugen was one be held in State Office of the hostesses. Portland, Oregon at 10:00 A. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Agee and September 9, 1953, members of their family were in notices issued by the Portland on business Tuesday. Milk Marketing Ad Agee Family Gathers W.S. WeideI will be in Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Agee and of the hearing which is one their children and families all series being held by the gathered at the home of Mr. and Marketing Administration to Mrs. Norman Agee at Rose Lodge vestigate cost and other i Sunday, then went to Neskowin affecting the production for a picnic lunch and the day distribution of milk in the ion the beach. Johnny Agee plans and can trade. to leave Tuesday, September 1st for Long Beach, California. Gordon M. Haugen spent a ten day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Haugen. They took him to Salerr Sunday, Aug- ust 30 where he left via plane for Fort Benning, Georgia. Mrs. Marvin Carkuff went to Salem Wednesday to visit Linda and bring Barbara home. Barba- ra had been visiting for some time with her cousin, Donna Van K1eeek in Salem. Mrs. Belle "Bob's Meat Market" AT PIGGLY WIGGLY STORE -SHERIDAN FOR LOCKER AND DEEP-FREEZE home for an extended visit from Broken Bow. BEEF, % or Whole . . 30 lb. HINDS ..... 37 lb. FRONTS . . . . . 32 lb. GROUND BEEF .... 39 lb. No Charge For Cutting or Wrapping , GOV'T. INSPECTED MEATS At GOPHER VALLEY-- Mrs. Daniels, Valley Pioneer Passes Away GOPHER VALLEY  Everyone in the valley is grieved to hear of the passingof Irs. Mary Dan- Gels of Sheridan Sunday after- noon at the General Hospital in Mrs. Daniels was a ioneer of the valley and a grand aughter of one of the first pion- eer settlers of Gopher Valley, the late Isaac Agee, whose donation 8ltns THE MERC'S 7TH ANNUAL E}4DS ANNIVERSARY SALE s GIRLS SWEATERS t Maroon, Green Red, Chartreuse, sizes 12-18 Corduroy Shirts, reg. $3.98, now $3.77 V0U%# HRD : SJA $,e,, SAL*** Boys, sizes 6-10 -:- 3 shades Gaba " him, r . $2.39, now $2.07 TIRE Sizes 10-16 in Brown, Rust, Green, NOW $2.67 SOil GlYE$ TOP GL/d/,/TF. rdine S eg TIIIES s 4-10 Cotton.Flannel Bin,._.. ,.,.,.m;a ,-hsrts, r eg. $1.98. nOWNo $1.77 Another Group, sizes 12-16, reg. $2.39, w $2.17 7.10/IS 60/16 $12.97 $14.38 $1$.40 QUALITY ARMSTRONG $M HF.ATMASTF.q TI !1. Boys Sox, reg. 29 pr., now 4 pair for 97 Maroon, Green, sizes 8-14 Boys Jackets, reg. $8.50, now . $7.97 WHITE COTTON SHEET BLANKETS, reg. $2.19, now ........ $1.97 VALUES TO $,1.58 LADIES HAND BAGS, reduced to. ........... $1.97 LADIES HOUSECOATS -- Vahles to $5.95, NOW .................................... $3.97 Values to $8.95, NOW .................................... $4.97 Values to $12.95, NOW .................................. $5.97 ,, i Ladies  group, values to 85.50 NOW $2.97 Pajamas ,o NOW $3.97 $27oo s30oo $32 so $16=4 Sl8oo q96 $21s q4so .18 = , Sss ,22o $24" You SA sS" s64s ST-- s7,4 s5so $6s4 $71 s7 s86s (KWAIL 6.70/15 7.10115 7.60/15 8.00/15 6,00/16 6.50116 wmw 6.70 15 7.10 15 7.60 15 IPLIIS TAX AND '/OIIR Otll CASINO COMPAIIABL[ SAVINGS IN ALL OTHEr SI$ Add $2.50 per tire if you do not have recappable carcasses to turn in.  CO BY I/IfCYDITION BOJD HAZ4RD GIJEE! PELZER'S GARAGE PHONE 238..5 SHERIDAN, OREGON Reg. $2.98  NOW $2.47 1 Group Reg, $2.50- NOW $1.97 Cotton Prin Values to $4.25, Now $2.97 37, Yard MEN! - At Sale Prices - Men's Cotton Flannel- smM1, reed., large Sport Sh,ts, reg. $2.98, now . . $2.47 Men's Corduroy - Maroon, Green, Red, Gold _ Sport Shsrts, reg. $4.98, now . . $4.b'/ Men's Leather Jackets, reg. $13.95, now . . ANKLETS, Reg. 39c pr. -- 3 pair ............ $1 .g/ CHILDREN'S BLOUSES, now ................ $1.g/ / FOR ALL THE FAMILY -- REG. $1.9 SLIPPER SOX, now .................................... $i./ Wind nm Wter n,.a,=t. 10or. wool MEN'S O. D. JACKET, reg. $8.50, Now .... M's Ctcm Flmlnl - Sanfortzed, Extra full cut. PLAID SHIRTS, reg. $2.25, now ................ Mem's White -- Bcq. 15 each. 6 HANDKERCHIEFS, 5 for ............................ Canvas _ Beg. 39 pair. WORK GLOVES, 3 pair ............................ ,,!o!eri!,!on, M erc a no!!!e Co.