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,.,,..,,n,.o.,.O.o,oo.,o....O,o.,,,, Mill Creek v Sheridan Briefs Recent visitors at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Thomson, were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Thomson and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Dtmne Thomson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Dickey and family, and Mrs. Burton Thomson and son, who are spending the week here with relatives, while Bur- ton is attending a Veterinary convention in Oakland, CaILf Mrs. Mabell Holmes of En- glewood, Colo., arrived in Port- land Friday by plane to visit her daughter, Mrs. Blythe O' Brien and family On Tues- day, her grandson, Michael O' Brien, brought her to Sheri- Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Shenk of Monmouth and Mr. and Mrs. Enos Schrock and family and Carol Shenk were Sunday din- ner guests of Mrs. D. F. Shenk 3 Angus Bulls Sold By Rieck Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Yoder Judy and Mabel Yoder were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Warde Hershberger of Woodburn. The occasion was in honor of Judy's birthday. Serving as delegate to the seven day AFL-CIO Conven- tion recently at adS,burg was Mill Creek's newest neigh- Hubert A. Rieck of Sheridan bor Sidney Benson, Mr. and recently sold three Aberdeen- Mrs. Benson and 3 children, Angus bulls to Archie Riekkola Lori, Sandl and Jesse live back of Astoria, according to the of the Mill Creek school house. American Angus association. Gf Id R0nde Mr.'and Mrs. Alvin Hulett of Valley Junction spent Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Wertz accompanied by Mr and Mrs. Clay Starnes of Amity, enjoyed a four day vacation trip to Eas- tern Oregon, Grand Coulee Dam, Wash. and to Couer d  Alene, Idaho before returning home. The Mlll Creek Community club will meet this Saturday night, Oct. 4. There will be the usual potluck supper at 6:30 with a program following. q-tee mmet met= m etet =monOmeR met m e == ===8 m.e= men = i===i et et = eta ---GRAND OPENING- Mrs. Lawrence Berkey re- Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kropf turned to her home from the and family of Harrisburg and McMinnville hospital, having Mr. and Mrs. Earl Neat and undergone surgery Friday morning. Among her visRors Saturday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Berkey and family of Portland. A weekend guest in the Otto Trice home was his former classmate, John Bennett of Ya- kima, Wash. Sunday they at- tended the class reunion of the Bethel school students up through 1908. Mr. Bennett re- mained with his son, Earl Ben- nett of Salem for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Trice returned home with Mrs. Clara Krahn of Seattle, who was visiting rela- family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Ev- era. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Trice from Tuesday to Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ebersole of Laverne, Calif. While there they en- Joyed a canning bee of apples. Mr. and Mrs. James Mc- Mahan of Carlton were vis- Rors of Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers Wednesday. Visiting Friday evening in the Ira Evers home was their dan to spend the rest of the week with her son, Dean Holmes and family. Michael is being transferred from Camp Rob- erts, Calif., to Ft. Lewis, Wash., so it was by coinci- dence that he and his grand- mother met in Portland at the same time. Wendy Daeges and Karen CamarlLlo have received col- ored pictures of themselves taken with Sky King, when they appeared at the State Fair. They did their duet baton twirling two times daffy on Thursday and Friday and were asked back on Saturday for the All-Star Show of the Week. Sisterhood of First Christian Church met with Mrs. Betty Perry this week with 19 mem- bers and one visitor present Edith Stringer was in charge of the lesson. Mrs. Fern Susmllch and Lorl of Salem spent Monday with her mother, Corlne Ehnes. Corine Ehnes spent last weekend with the Johnny Mar- ceaux family in Scappooseet They also called on Mr. and Mrs. BiLl Marske at St. I-l, lens. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Daven- port of Myrtle Point were week- end guests of their sor b Ernest Davenport and family. On Sun- day, the group enjoyed dinner at the coast. H. L. Cummins of Crltor b father of Mrs. Fred Spooner remains in critical condition at the McMinnville hospital. He underwent emergency surgery on Sept. 20, Employees of the Sherlclan Post Office and their famfllas enjoyed a "fun weekend J' at Neskowin park on Sunday t Sept. 27. They enjoyed wonderful weather, golfing, visiting and a bountiful picnic. The Cliff Brides, Audrey Lavendersp Dave Yoders, DeArmond Bockes', BiLl Woodalls and Don Atwoods went over on Satur- day and made a weekend of it. Joining the group on Sunday were the Dallas Spencers, Mar- ion Lathams Melvin Morris  and the Floyd U11richs of Mc- Minnville, former employee of this office. Mr. and Mrs. Jim C4Lrpenter of Sturgis, Mich., were Friday guests of her uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Swartzendruber. Mrs. Swartzendruber ac- companied them on their first visit to the ocean Friday and that evening the Carpenters and the Stanley, Dale and Oren Swartzendruber families were dinner guests at the Lewis Swartzendruber home. Mr. and Mrs, Dewey Wolter visited Friday and Saturday in Grants Pass wtth their daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Max Yoder and family and in Sutherlin with their son, Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth WoHer and family. Mr. and Mrs. D, raid Host- Sept. 22, in Portland and were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Arthur who visited Mrs Arthur's daughter, Peggy Paul- son, a patient at Providence Hospital. 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