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6 The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, November 19, 1964 lPh&apos;l Sh "d C yN n ern an ountr ews I Harm0ng Mr. and Mrs. Victor Berg- gren of Portland and Mr. and M r s. Norman Berggren and daughter of Newherg were guests last Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Veach. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shank attended the funeral of his cou- sin, Albert Emrnertp at Hub- bard on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hill were Thursday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fast of Salt Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Blair of Tacoma visited several days recently with their niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bents. Elizabeth Brown spent the weekend here with her grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Lochner called on Mrs. Joe Crow and Connie at the McMinnville hos- pital Saturday evening. Mrs. Laura Blanchard and Miss Neppie Bell visited friends Sunday afternoon at Stabler's Rest Home in McMinnvflle. Mr. and Mrs. Everelly Jones and Jill of Sheridan and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Muller and family of Dallas were Saturday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hill. Other visited Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Martin near Bellevue Friday evening. Ira Rogers accompanied Le- Vel Schloppi of Taft and Bill Raz of Portland elk hunting in the Tollgate area the past sev- e ral days. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kadell and Janice were dinner guests Sunday of the Charles Kadell family of Ballston. Ballston, Mrs. R. H. Brooks left Nov. I0 for a two-week visit in Hazel- dell, Wash. with her twin sister, Mrs. Joe Davidson. Ezra Kilmer donated his time Saturday to helping the Council for the Handicapped make walk- ers for Fairview Home. The work was done at Nice's shop at Willamina. Mr. and Mrs. George Gard- ner visited Sunday afternoon at the Daisy McCulloch home at Broadearl. Richard DeJong, Jim Jones, Everett Small, Johnny and Jimmy Focht and Lloyd Farris left late Saturday on an elk hunting trip to Eastern Ore- gon. Mrs. Everett Small and child- ren visited Saturday night in Perrydale at the home of Mrs. Smail's brother, John Mcln- Lush and family. Her sister, Phyllis McIntosh: who is at- tending Oregon College of Edu- cation, was home for the week- end. Sunday Mrs. Small and child- ren visited another brother, Cary Mclntosh and family, at Newhe rg. Mr. and Mrs. Onnie Johnson spent the weekend in Coquilie and Bandon where they visited Mrs. Johnson's brother and family and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Compton. On Saturday, their son, Rodney, who had been visiting his broth- er Dennis, in Californla met them at Coquille and returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Gardner called on their long time friend, Mrs. Andy Farrier, in Sheridan Fri- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gould and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Gould and children were in Seaside during the weekend. Visiting at the Dave Gould home. Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Page visited Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Osborn at Sher- idan. Sunday, Mrs. Larry Os- born, Sheridan, visited at the Page home. The Fred Vincent family of West Linn visited during the weekend at the Charley Kadell home. Vincent, who is a meat cutter helped the Kadells cut up their beef. SENIOR COACH in the girls Powder Puff football game Nov. 5 at Willamiua ttigh was Law Little john, shown with another of his senior girls assisting one of the players off the field with an ankle injury. In boys foot- ball gear, the girls played the game with un- feminine ferocity. The juniors won the annual contest for the first time, 13-6. (Sun Photo 406) Ronde Cub Dens Reedy GRAND RONDE --. Cub Scout Pack 44, Dens 2 and 4, are now complete wlth Mrs. Robert Mc- Kern Sr., den-mother for Den 2. She is assisted by Mrs. Connie Ellis. Tommy Mc- Kern is denner and David Reid assistant denner. Other members are David Lockwood, Lyndal Lumley, Kenny Risseeuw, Kenny Lar- son, Tom Bates and Robert Parren Jr. Den 2 meets each Thursday afternoon at 4 p.m. Mrs. James Reid is den- mother for Den 4, with assis- tant Mrs. Tom Bates. James Commerford is denner and Gary Busboom assistant denner. Other members of the den are Don Risseeuw, Kenny Curl, Roger Soules, Arlie Kilgore, and Nick Lockwood. Den 4 meets each Thursday afternoon at 4 p.m. in the James Reid home. Any boy between the ages of 8 and 11 who wishes to join Cub Scouts may contact Mrs. James Reid for further information. Area Residents Asked For Help Sheridan residents are in- vited to Join in the McMinnville Choral Society's presentation of Handel's Messiah on Sun- day evening, Dec. 27. Prof. Elmer Fricke of tin- field's mathematics depart= ment is president of the Chor- al Society and Prof. Marion van Dyk, IAnfield's choraldirector, has been chosen as dlrectorfor the concert. Rehearsals are being held from 4 to 5:30 p.m. each Sun- day afternoon at the First Bap- tist church in McMinnviUe. There will he a total of seven rehearsals. BUYING OLD COIN8 Lincoln Pennies Pay 1909 SVDB ........... $50 & up 1909 S ........... . . .$10 & up 1914 D .............. $10 & up 1911 S .............. $2 & up 193l S ............... $20 & up 1955 S ................ fOe & up want other Lincoln pennies, nickles. dimes, quarters, halves. Call me what you have at 472-7639. I wmmmmmmwmmmmmw-lPtwm'mmwdmmw@w* wmaelwlmmmmwm@wmmmmm@mmm@w@@mmlmamm INSURANCE PROBLEMS. We Can Help You With Them Comprehensive- Life- Fire- Automobile Health & Accident Insurance SACKETT & WRIGHT INSURANCE 142 S. BRIDGE 843-4712 oe iimmmiiJmmilimmm miem aetBeaeimmaiaeaD aiimm anta guests in the evening were Mr. andMrs. Howard Muller. AIILDmb,k.Jm mJ ,'. ,lllm i!iiiij  !liiii ORDER YOUR THANKSGIVING TURKEY ! Mrs. Edna Ruth Byler of Ac- VayiU III I IJI - "F'.lt,4/ iiiiiii 'i Q LI} nAy run, Pa. was a house guest of  d .:'.:]]}:: AI mE ] avioa Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shank a few days the first of the week. N r | '/IWItltlI00WIIV 1 IWI'I 171 I I Mrs. Byler is a member of the i :.,:. :.:.: .... :.:. ::: :::: Mennonite Central committee . i -- t l i S RS i and is supervisor of the Over- It t NS',t:-tVtH. PR:I00,00 ..... "'" " seas Needle and Craft depart-  : . . . , :" iJi i! 'i'i 'iil , i "; ' ment of that work. She is on ' ! ' | | , :il fii iiiii!}!iiii! ii!j{ !ii  this coast giving talks to clif- :::: i!i}i::}. " : .,..  ferent church groups explaining i ::iiiiiiii iJL i liii!iii! ili FOR A DIFFERENT DRESSING  Pint l their work in overseas mis- . a a , Il I m ] H I /I |1 I "::iii!il  ::il}!i}i: iii!!!!}iiii ;!ii I s,ons. , i}} "iiNi i li!iii iN i!i sE,R Sunday was an eve rnight gue st Saturday of Blair Rohert Blair of Kelso, Wash. hiS Were mother, dinner Mr. Mrs. and guests Floyd Mrs. of Blair. Floyd Mrs.. = !_!! * ' 0""" .... " "J"' " Ii ......... 'i';iC':* ' ' ,,. 61" r of Sherwood and ,. A. ii Wren. An evening caller was "  ....... :::;'i"::S!::ii::i! :: .... . "" .,.:...:ii}::':::i:::;::}::i I::: : Mrs. Muriel Greenlaw. RIB Stitch and Chatter will meet this Thursday' Nv" 19 with EMyraMl[[Ash., Cree STI I ]i i r i |r) IcLB. = -- "" = "__W_'_" ""  =" " I ....................  | bSE ARE DELICIOUS Mr. and Mrs. Otto Trice SUPER MARKETS t lel]llonle were Sunday evening dinner | I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy l;l '2. Marchant in salem. SHERIDAN & WILLAMINA I Recent visitors of Mr. and ............ . [ FRUIT COCKTAIL  t , , ,, Mrs. Huhert Rieckwere Mr.  PUMPKIN I ' drenandMrs'DrlandRayandchil'of Aumsville. PUMPKIN  , m, ,L ;::..,,.,,:.,tN ,IP' ,, |, I MIU Creek Community club [ t. P ;i',.. was well attended at its an- 21J2T S S, O0 , S;  ;  7 , FIJLYCOOID ' nual Thanksgiving dinne r of tur- key and all the trimmings Sat- urday night, serving approx- i P " DOUMAK - -^ERS imately 90 persons. The group &J&@l Iltlt/|fitt#lP tJ:  t - 4 thoroughly enjoyed the slidesof . CREAM or I<ERNEL  ONLY ' ,AK3MMLtUW3 u.,, nu|,m --  p, , ErllngSkovdal. Sheridan's for- CORN s eign exchange student showing his family, home, outstanding , 00 LMIF UIF3  Ii Each buildings and he autitul scenery r/$400 1 Ko Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Kline   |l . , MtHt, r Hra/ '=/;,,:::"' =,-TIN 6SUICES 3/1 AL-00 I 47 2,,,Of00 ' ' and sons of Bend visited her , ...: .-. . parents, Mr. andMrs. Stewart ' II U "......,u.,,,,,,,, 28 z ' Battle. on their weddingan- S O0 | = 1LB 73c C o . niversary, and her grandfath- f a//  Ir% " REESTONI $3 89 A CASE  II I  2 LB $]-45 NALLEY PEACH M, I| i Connle, Margue rite and PINEAPPLE Kathy Nisly spent the weekend / GRAPEFRUIT TOMATOJI.TICE , k..s   2: ,,., I T ANG Jl , V l , t. I with their grandparents. Mr. C =ii'B / q and Mrs. Ira Evers. while their j I 47 parents Mr. and Mrs, Loyd Nisly attended the Cleaner's convention in Eugeue.  SWEET PEAS CHER - "--" ......... -- -" Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ridge- C' 81 ] way and family visited Mr. and ' ;/$100 lOoz. 37 POTATOES 5/I Mrs. AI Thayer and family of 00 Grand Ronde Sunday evening. APPLESAUCE Monday visitors and dinner I /IIP' i " GHIRARDELLI I/A#' C .stsinthe..l,h,,dellhome  fAT:IID /|K were Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Topp and PaulineofPortland. CHOC C"'PS 0.,, CRANBERRIE o - - - ------ --, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Yoder  PINEAPPLE 3 /   BEANS 411 attended the funeral for Albert LB. L I 1' SLICED " ' -- E mart near Hubbard Satur.   BROOKS  4/10 0 day afternoon. 211 TIDBITS 4/RQc PRUNES 2,.. 79 2,, c.u,.,,, c TOMATOES Celebrating Jantoe KadelPs birthday Monday evening were _Jl 21] CRUSHED r[ tJ ' ,, nV ' t i  SWEET Qc the CharlesKadells, DaleKa. FIF. ,,  PICKLES .oo.. .,. dells, Steve and April Agee, BETTY CROCKER thlmm--l]k| STALK 4 v besides her parents.  r 29 Sunday dinner guests inthe .  BISCUITS ch11' RAISINS c Carl Yoder home were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mishler and ,  .::.: """." ...... ' ' S/l Clifford Yocle r of Sheridan.   "' 'i "  .: " E VERRICH WITH K Mr. andMrs. j@ O, ql'::'': .... 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