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Li 6 I STORK STOPS ii1[ iii i Born to Mrs. Donna Lord of Wlllamina was a son, Frank Monroe. The youngster was named for his father, Frank, who was killed in an automo- bile accident late last December near Wlllamina. The baby Joins a brother, Brian Henry, two years old. The Sheridan Sun. h,r*d*n. Oro. Trday. e,ebr . %G ..... *HtJIDAII BRIEFS .............................................................................................. IIIlllllllllilllillllllillllllillilllllllililliilOIIIlillilllllll Illillllllllli it|| iBiW n lUll e Harmong Mr. and Mrs. William Vanderberg lift Thursday on a trip that took them to Fort Bragg, Calif., where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Homer Newman and Mr. and Mrs. Burt Rles. They went on to Mt. View, Calif. for a short visit with their son, Brad Hendrlx, returning home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Toivo Simon- son and family joined the other Slmonson families here on Tuesday when they attended the funeral of their father, EmU Slmonson, in Astoria. The community here extends sympathy to all the Slmonson families. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Shenk and sons left Seattle by plane Tuesday for Landour, India where he will be teaching in the mission school for the next three years. Mr. and Mrs HughVeach and Virginia attended the state fair Thursday. Mrs. Belle Moore welcomed a visit over the weekend from her uncle and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. Victor Baum and daugh- ter, Karen. They were enroute to California and HawaU The Braids &amp; Braves will hold their regular dance above the Sport Center SaturdaySept. 24 at 8"30. Bob Watts will call. The Chuck Kadells and Gene Jolmsons will be on K.P. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hlatt and points of Interest in Wash- and Bob attended a birthday ington. They enjoyed the trip party in honor of her mother, up the Rogue River on the malt Mrs. Anna Dye of Clackamas, boat, seeing the new bridge at and her niece, Heldi Refling, Astoria and spending sometlme at the home of Mr. and Mrs, with their son, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Refllng Jr. at Lake Os- Pete Shafer in Seattle. wego on Wednesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Court- Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Sharer tryman and girls have movedto returned last Wednesday from Portland to enable Larry to be a three-week vacation to the closer to his employment with Oregon coast, Oregon Caves Northwest Natural Gas corn- pany. Newcomers to Sheri- dan, Mr. and Mrs. Kent Coop- er and small son have rented their home. Mr. Cooper Is the new 7th and 8th grade teacher at Chapman School. Mrs. Betty Huckey of Eugene sister of Mrs. Ernle Frack, spent the Labor Day holiday at the Frack home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Berkey and Richard were weekend McMlnnvllle hospital for oh- guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. servatfon and treatment. Smith and family in Salem Rick Danlels, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sally Stuck and Bob Mrs. Ross Danlels, broke his have moved from Sheridan to arm in football practice Thurs- Klmble Kourt at Wedder- day evening. It will be inacast burn. Bill Is attending his for several weeks. He was z second year at Clatsop Junior patient in Portland for onenight College in Astoria and Dlan Is on Thursday. employed at the convalescent home here. At the present Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mc- time she Is a patient at the Klbben, Lisa and Laurie, of Everett, Wash. were weekend visitors at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Small. They were also over- night guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon McKlbben at Neotsuo Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Holt- husen of Salem were over- night guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Carkuff on Sunday. U&I SUGAR NESTLE S CANDY BARS 10/37c 'Z',,k$:, ',:, 150 COUNT ,,% GLAD BAG .%. 2 LB. y:, SANDWICH Carry a lltterbag for trash in your car or boat help keep the Pacific west clean and beautiful. YOU NEED SUNSHINE MILK QUALITY YOU'LL NEVER FORGET t..= nll.i mu. mleem S{'NSI IINl/ I)AII{Y 84: NO. 1 BARTLETT GREEN BEANS PEARS S2?B90 X CREW BACK-TO-SCHOOL "D'I'ESS"" SOCKS $8c LUNCH PAIL TOMAT0 SAUCE 4/39' w,,, ,H,, <0u,0, s0c .. ,;='VA" . s199 ---1 -CREAM SLICED BEETS 6/79' c.0,, o, w..,, 4 .99 c SHOES _.. __ , - CATSUP 5/99 c VINEGAR __ ,o.,,o, '::" ! DARIMAID ,,UiT 4/O-c '" 49 , ,  BLAKFLAG i  99 :?  .!':i; i ",. ", HERSHEY " " m I SYRUP COCKTAIL ' 7) '"'"':" '' DOGFOOD . 1 GAL.  19K voo.....P.,o 10'-s1: 25 ,,f12 s9 "' TOM SAWYER or FRI TREASURE ISLAND BoOK With $3o00 School Su Purchase BIG 39 TABLET 3 HOLE BINDER 200 FILLER PAPER 500 FILLER PAPER 59' Tues - Wed-Thurs - Sept. 13-14-15 HOUSE OF USHER Vincent Price MASQUERADE Cliff Robertson-:lack Hawkins I Sun & Men - Sept. 11-12 McCLINTOCK John Wayne-Maureen Ohara LILIES OF THE FIELD Sidney Pottier Fri & Sat - Sept. 9-10 CARRY ON CLIO All Star Comedy TOMB OF LIGEIA Vincent Price 843- 7141 Sheridan HI-W AY THEATER On Thursday, Mrs. Ross Dan- lels, Mrs. Richard Rldgeway, Mrs. Kenneth Chapman, Mrs. Floyd Owens, Mrs. Donald Hawk and Mrs. Floy Blair at- tended a cafeteria workers meeting at Dallas High school. 5/95': CORN 4/85 c 0,,v,,,,,,, PEAS 5/89 c APPLES , s2s.9 BOX PEACHES Mr. and Mrs. Dean Oviatt and Nora Ann of Culver City, Cal- if., left Monday morning for home after a 10-day vIsit with Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Keas. Their weekend guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Oviatt of Van- couver, Wash. DUNDEE SALE ELBERTA state fair. In the afternoon, ES'--'- "1BS----IO35 Mrs. Yeach and Sandra Kay iGTAT 0 Joined Mrs. Gordon Cooke and children when they visited Mrs Grace Veach in the rest home in McMinnville, 2 LB. REG. 89': Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hill and family of Cottage Grove were Tuesday dinner guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn All Additional $2.89 BATMAN yourself today. ""'" ,,N,, _ ' PEANUT Q Lr_O DEMONSTRATION 3 Glenn HIll and son, Douglas, BABY FOOD 9/99 ,,,....... AT BOTH STORES 400 accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martin to Eight Lakes  BUTTER 1 LUI(I,,,M MI:AI FRI. & SAT PKG. -1 basin over the Labor day -,-,..---,.--,.- holiday. On Frlday evening, IS : r..o,s=ov=.,,,------? --or--"  ""W'---- ---- ........ ---- guest of her aunt and uncle, LAVALM, _    ! of Salem. DRINK R 3LB. 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SaladDreli|-g I,( ----- i;2-5 29  (ECILS Mrs. Hugh Yeach had the i'G'iATO .- pg 1; aaaS: rag :e r, Lab y :n ldttzg hKe Yeach, of Beaverton on Monday, while her parents, Mr and Mrs. Truman Veach, attended the CANS  BAGS REG. 59 ONLY 39 .oW'', PLATES FRO. EIIingsworth 9B SHERIDAN S GELATIN  59c WILLAMINA PAPER TOWELS 3 89 c STRB,iRy Hny:Cuhf:ln::::dhiSn::dff:[h;]:;o;|iPLENT Y DESSERT ,... PRESERVES ,:,eca,,,e our ,.c,,,-,o-wc,,, V,'.LUE ,e, .,ou ,c, ke ',ome more S269 i0 "' E 4/99 59 nourishing foods to keep your family in the pink -- and o. MARGARIN c c our storewide LOW PRICES let you take home MORE SAVINGS to keep your budget in the black. Prove it to