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8 The Sun, Thursday, November 15, 1979 RONDE By Miekey Wade Jim and Betty Reid from Grand Ronde and Barney and Minnie Reiback from Tilla- mook returned Monday from an eight day trip to Death Valley and Boulder Dam. They stopped at Fallon, Nev., and visited Mr. and Mrs. Keith Brown, former residents of Grand Ronde. Marie Swanson made a trip to Portland Wednesday where she visited her sons Guy and Tom and their wives Caroline and Carol. Mickey and Hazel McGuire recently purchased the house, property and rabbitry business from the Owen Gillstraps in Grand Ronde. The McGuires with their six children came from Southern California and love this area. They take orders, process and ship rabbits, pheasant, quail and squab. They have a need for more rabbits and would appreciate a phonecall at 879-5155 if they can be of service to you. Jude and Terry Lehner and family visited Jude's parents, Jude and Dorothy Lehner in Molalla over the holaday week end. The American Agri- women's Fourth National Convention and Educational fair washeld at Vacation Village Hotel on Mission Bay in San Diego Oct. 31 to Nov. 3. Ten Oregon women attended. Elsie Werth went down Oct. 30 and returned Nov. 4. It was a working conference with no time for sightseeing, so Elsie went a day early and stayed an extra day, to be able to go to Sea World, Balboa Park and take a boat tour of San Diego Bay. One afternoon she took a farm bus tour through the citrus and avacado groves and visited a carnation farm and one of the 10 largest chicken- egg farms in the U.S. The entire conference was devoted to the various issues affecting all of agriculture, from production to marketing and consuming. So many people (not in agriculture) are defining "a family farm"--we came out with our official definition--"A family farm is a ~form ~btiSiness enterprise in which the entrepreneurial decisions are made by a family engaged in the production of food, feed, fiber, forest pro- ducts and/or flora, for profit, which provides a major source of income and capital for re- investment." Phillip LeBeau and children, Dawn and Roman of Salem visited Phillips' folks, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Petite over the holiday weekend. Mrs. Gladys Zimmerman, daughter Mrs. LeRoy Barber and two children took advan- tage of the school holiday and went shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Berg- strom and Doc Knox returned Saturday from a hunting trip to Elgin, Oreg., with no elk but they did get two deer. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Jepson are moving into their beauti- fully remodeled home on the Grand Ronde road. Little Anthony Fagundes has been under a doctor's care for tonsilitis. Anthony and Kim Fagundes have a friend from their circus days, Jake Milann from Texas visiting for a week or so. Jake is looking for a home in this area to settle with his wife and son. Mrs. Martha Mercier and sister Velma returned Satur- day from a 10 day visit in Bend with their sister Gertrude Mercier and daughters, the Tom Forester and Frank Forester families. Vicki Lauman has resumed her riding lessons since her instructor, Chris Bickford re- turned from the U.S. Arabian Championship Nationals in Alberqueque, N. Mex., with many of the top 10 champion- ships to his credit. Friday evening Clinton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Coblentz, celebrated his 12th birthday with his family, Joe and Kathy Kreihbiel and family, Mrs. Duane Eicher and daughters from Springfield and Mr. Chris Krisen from Dallas. Darryl Coblentz is attending the Western Men- onite high school in Salem. One of his fellow students, Andred Nutter from Camrose Alberta, Canada, spends each weekend with the Coblentz family. Among those attending the all day Pacific Logging Congress meetirig in Portland Saturday from this area were: The Phillip Coblentz family, Ron Taylor, his father Lee, brothers Richard and Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Spencer, Gary Littlejohn and sons, Cliff Yoder, Dick and Dave Mendenhall, Beaver Kihlstad- ius, Bob Coblentz, Wendall Lux, Ron Baker and Elwin Littlejohn, An equipment show was held in conjunction with the congress. Cal Emmert of Sweet Home and son-in-law of the Wes Shanks' won the log truck driving contest champ- ionship of the world. Mrs. Robert Houston traveled by train to Tacoma, Wash., on Tuesday where she visited her aunt, Margaret Grosf at the Fairview Manor. Z)Bcover When you rub a brass, you bring to life a bit of medieval history and at the same time create an unusual piece of art work for your home. WHAT IS BRASS RUBBING? Brass rubbing is done by securing a piece of paper over an engraved brass monument and rubbing it wit a special crayon to pick upthe details. Our collection of European brass replicas is one of the largest in the West. We have knights, ladies, children, religious scenes and animals from the 14th to the 17th centuries. TAKE HOME YOUR OWN BRASS RUBBING You may rub any of our brasses on display. No experience is needed. We show you how to do it and supply all materials. A fee is charged for every rubbing nlade. 4 oldI BRASS RUBBING STUDIO Drop in any Wednesday 1 p.m.-5:30 p.m. Other weekdays or evenings by appointment, 843-4170 966 E. Main St. Bus. Hwy. Sheridan, Oregon Luci]le & Bob Belieu 18 e PLEASE FOLGERS 3LB REGELECTRIC PERK, DRIP I I BROWN. DARK BROWN. POWDERED ILBBOX IST3 FOR AD'L 39' FRESH S FRESH FOR THANKSGIVING FRESH TENDER HEADS BROCCOLI I, E OR GREEN ONIONS GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS FRESH CRANBERRIES HOLIDAY TREAT LB I MAYFL( I ST oNE O R W ITH PILLSBU~ swEETO BLUE D tA GAL I 26OZ BOTTLES QT SIZE FOR PLUSDEP r II I I OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRY WHOLE, SAUCE 1 6OZ .... I ' " Ill I , I LINDSEY MEDIUM RIPE PITTED 60Z SUNMAID RAISINS SEEDLESS 1 50Z DUCH ESS MANDARINE ORANGES ~i oz DOLE PINEAPPLE CRUSHED, SLI, CHUNK 80Z I 39 CocKOF MRS SMITHS PIES FROZEN ~f BIRDS EYE COOL W WEST