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_.W Harmony r. and Mrs. Glenn Hill and glas drove to Port Angeles, sh., Wednesday and visited Friday with Mr. Hill&apos;s moth- Mrs. Pearl Hill, and also h Mr. and Mrs. Jack Clapp I Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hill. r. and Mrs. Toivo Simon- L and family visited with her ter's family, Mr. and Mrs. Green of Tacoma from nesday evening through the lkend. r. and Mrs. Harvey Cruick- k, Mrs. Lela Cruickshank I Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery No- t left Wednesday evening for 0 and returned on Satur- r. and Mrs. Ted Ferring reswood and Mr. and Mrs. lord Johnson and family of d were Thanksgiving guests Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rose. hanksgiving guests of Mrs. Ue Hayes were Mr. and Mrs. Wirfs and Jeannie, Mr. i Mrs. Otto Debrlck and Her- Debrick. rs. Floy Blair accompanied and Mrs. David Yoder and y to Kelso for Thanks- g with Mr. and Mrs. Robert and family. Other guests Mr. and Mrs Floyd Yo- I of Sherwood, Mrs. Ralph er, Portland and Mr. and rs. Eugene Blair and family est Linn. r. and Mrs. W. P. Clore Dan were guests of Mr. Mrs. Carl Scherff of For- Grove Thursday. thursday guests of Mr. and % Hugh Veach and family re Mr. and Mrs. James Drake I family of Portland, Mr. and % Truman Veach of Scap- se and Mrs. John Veach. . and Mrs. Hugh Walker Ronny Hampton were guests r the Thanksgiving holidays Mr. and Mrs. George Tur- 1 o5 Mapleton. r. and Mrs. Vern Blanchard their grandson of Bend spent ! Weekend here with his moth- ,Mrs Laura Blanchard. r. and Mrs. Hugh Veach Virginia were Saturday eve- % guests of Mr and Mrs. rclon Cooke and family of R Hill. Ir. and Mrs. J. F. Rose her father, Mr. Silk-wood, and Mrs. Frank Rose and tlly of Roseburg and Mr Mrs. S. T. Rose of Spring- were Sunday guests of r, and Mrs. John Rose. The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, December 3, 19G4 3 SI.TN-ADVERTISE R WANT ADS 4.. r NEWS The Gopher Valley 4-H Club met at the home of Merle Cest Saturday, Nov. 21. New of- ficers were elected as follows: President - Kathy Carcuff; Vice-President - Merle Cast; Treasurer - Llnda Daniels; Secretary Ricky Danlels; News Reporter - Nancy Dan- iels; Recreation - Mike Cook; Pledges - Randall Cook and Townsend Morrow. The leader for the sixth year is Eugene Grauer. Linda Dan- iels is the junior leader. Refreshments of gingerbread with whipped cream and cider were served. The next meet- lag will be Dec. 14, at the leader's home. A Christmas party and gift exchange is plan- ned. News Reporter Nancy Daniels Ph. Sheridan 843-6242 or 843-2595. WIRtG" FIIXIllaHUUU$ " i trees, 50 ft. M. R Jole, Ph. er. Available now at Valley Sheridan 843-6411. Maid, Sheridan. Teie. 843-4322. FOR SALE: TV cable, $75 FOR SALE: Apples, 5varieties, $1 and up Herman Endres, Red Prairie ld. Ph. Sheridan Residential Commercial Cadet Baseboard Itttng FREE ESTIMATES Terms on Approved Credit STUCK ELECTRIC INC. Slwridan 84314 PIONEER CHAIN SAWS Wright chain & blades. LAWN BOY mowers, Merry Tillers. AUTHORIZED DEALER. Sher- idan Engine Works, 740 W. Main, Sheridan. Tele 843- 6904. Immawomwmwwiw.w@mmmmwmmowma@@mmuowmwmmwiwwwmmniw wwm@nmmmim Faulconer School Hews i m nlim iluml mmlmwm0ammiim ww win IUD@mallim wmumanw ImiW II milmemeuBow @@meim Reporters: Scott McKendrick& made free-hand drawings of Marvin Melonuk both, Pilgrim men and wom- First grades Mrs. LeRh: A boy named Mark Brandon moved to Sa- lem. Half the boys and girls are in the book, "All in a Day." The class saw a mov- ie, "What Time is It?", and another, '%low Quiet Helps at SchooL" The children have been learning a poem and song of Thanksgiving Mrs. Melonuk: The children enjoyed films on being quiet in school, and the Thanksgiv- ing assembly on the last day before Thanksgiving. Second grades Miss Rowel1: Eight parents and two grandparents came to watch their children work in school during Education Week. The children brought their rocks to study for science. They all enjoyed the Thanksgiving as- sembly and the room decra- tions and art work for Thanks- giving. Mrs. Burdg: We made ani- mal alphabets with 26 animals for the 26 letters. Debbie Bran- I I Pubfic Notice Senior Girl Scout RUMMAGE & COOKED FOOD sale. Pelzer garage. Saturday, December 5. miiJiuimmli a mmimiimuni 843-6622. DANCE .............. Falls City McCULLOCH CHAIN SAWS" D,. 5 & 19 Dick's Chain Saw in Willamina NEW YEARS EVE is the place to come for your MUSIC BY complete sales and service. The Western Ramblers Ph. Willamlna 876-2533, nights ........ Adm.=.,=$1.=. Dallas 623-2794. LARGE envelopes, small enve- .............................. lopes, from 12x15 I/2 inches Roll rooflng, allweights,cheap, down to Coin size. Sheridan Hundreds of used doors, win- Sun. dows, sinks, bathtubs, etc. Over 10,000 used books. 5,000 pair GET that extrakeyDUPLICAT. used shoes, mattresses, daven- ED today while you wait at Ios, furniture, appliances, and Fancher's Paint &Hdwe.,Sher- thousands of other Rems. idan, tele. Sheridan 843-4844 JIM'S TRADING POST One mile west of Grand Ronde OREGON JOURNAL ................................ ' ................................................................. t .... ;;'";"";";7""7 ....... Household. Furniture  Real him , t.aro ov nnanKs ui mmimmum itl woo a itm aomm mmommm mmm iuutl men " el omI IIIUII IIIII I II IIImIIIII I II IIIIIIIII II II II I I I I I i IIIIImIIIIIII IWIIII IIIUIIIIII FOR SALE: Used combination electric and wood stoves, good condition White enamel trash burner, excellent condition, FOR SALE: Good used refrig- erator -- Only $40-- Grand Ronde 879-2435. BUY OR SELL WITH WANT ADS TODAY. Ph. 472-5114. ' Semces 'IIIIIIIIIIImI IIIII IIIIWI ImIIIII BOOKKEEPING, TAX Work, :photo copying. Lloyd Palmer, !Sheridan Bookkeeping Service. 843-2102, 119 N. Bridge. SHERIDAN SHEET METAL REAL ESTATE VALUES Ph. 879-2389 Call Mrs. Roman Yoder !6938 or 843-4763. Ivie Hdw. - Rt. I, Box 42A Sheridan I Bldg., Sheridan. Plumbing 7 ? i iIi II III III Ii i ii ill iiII IKII IIi Pr0duce,6rain.Hay !PLUMBING repair, carpentry Quality toilets w/seat $26.95 ...... ......................... repair, general handyman worko iPrompt service, Reasonable. Dble Kit. Sink complete $39.95 FOR SALE: Eastern Oregon IWayne Terry, 843-3643, 454SW 5' bathtub w/trim $54.95 alfalfa hay, ton or truck load !Jefferson, Sheridan. 20x18 basins w/trim $19.50 Valley Hay. Any day but Sat- 52 gal Wtr. Heaters $46.95 urday. Otto Jahn, GrandRonde, iPiAN O TUNING, expert work. 4" cast soil pipe 69 ft Ph. 879-2372 or Esiel Wright 4" orangeburg pipe 28q, 32ft 879-2340. 1 !/2" x 21' galv pipe @30q ft Septic tanks $44.50, $59.50 ........................ ",*"=" Plastic pipe 3/-5,1"-71/2ft Work Wanted Copper tube Import 1/2" @15 en and each member has made t Roofing a diarama of the first Pilgrim ! Roll roof $2.65 to $395 SEWING and ALTERATION Thanksgiving. Each made one i 235 lb. i5 yr cop @$8.35 sq done in my home. Jean Brown picture to put in the dlaramas, { Cdr. Shingles $8.75, $13.75 sq 416 NE Center. Ph. Sheridan and these were duplicated so we i Cdr. Roof Shakes $1600 sq 843-6674. each had a number of figures ] US Stormseal galv roof $10.75 " ..... u...... ............... to use. We also dramatized Fiberglass panels #I 18 L/2 ft .---------.- .-......vHn"'hnld,F'rnihlr* the coming of the Pilgrims and t Fencing ........................... n,. !32"-$11.50, 39"-$11.75 Barb wire 80 rd. $5.25, $6.95 }Steel posts 69 thru 89 each ]1000,s Cdr posts 7' and 8' ] Plywood ] Birch 3/4-4x8 ' 'A" 2 side $12.16 !Fir : plywd 4x8, 4x10, 4x12 i CHEAP Shop Sheathing w/exterior glue : 1/2"-$3.65 3/8"-$1.95 i 5/i6,,-$185 5/8"-$3.00 QualRy Paneling Many woods Particlebd $1.69, $2.25, $2.45 .Plywd Siding 5/8-4x8 #1 $5.95 , Other $$.$$ Savers iNails I00 Ibs $8.95 up iC, alv Gutter 10', 20' @ 13 ft iSeif-Storing Storm Drs $27.95 il00,s alum windows w/screens Mahog Drs. 30"-$4.95, 32"- $5.25 USED APPLIANCES Ranges-Refrigerators Washers & Dryers I'VIE HARDWARE 146 S Bridge 843-6122 A 13 Acres, 7 Acres cult. 3 Bed- room modern home and other bldgs. Stream through the prop- erty. 4 miles fromtown. $7,000 $1,500. down. 5 Acres near Willamina, 3 Bed- room home, plenty of water. $7,500.00. 1 Acre, 3 Bedroom home at- tached garage and other bldgs., near Sheridan, quick posses- sion. $6,900.00. the reasons they leR England and Holland. Actors in the play were: Minister, Susan Chamberlain; soldiers, Marvin Melonuk, Willie Pelzer, Leslie Good; Pilgrim men and wom- en, Larry McKinley, Larry HamiRon, Greg Hays, Rodney Neal, Scott McKendrick, David Warner; Terrl Gunter, Cindy Oldham, Melody Markee, Tonic Sanderson, Gall Wagy, Kathy Moritz and Debbie Clark; In- dians, William Gross, Randy Miller, Shana Kelson and Rob- erta Guttry; Leader,Karla Dav- enport. Larry McKinley and Randy Miller Joined our class recently. We are working on division with two-digR numbers in arith- 2 Bedroom home, corner lot, very good district. $4,500 $500. down. 3 Bedroom home on the river. $4,500. $500. down. SHERIDAN REALTY !heating, gutters, oil and wa- Ph. 843-3153 Sheridan ' ter tanks. Ph. Sheridan 843- Free estimate gladly given Ph. Sheridan 843-2312 WASH AND DRY your own laun- dry. Wash 25c - dry 10c Open 24 hours.  120 N. Bridge St., Sheridan. LAWN MOWER GRINDING, saw sharpening, scissors and grass shears sharpening. Newt's Fixit Shop, 116 Railroad St., Sheri- dan. ........ ....... FOR SALE: 1960 MGA, $450 wflhOut engine. Excellent shape. Ph. Sheridan 843-6566, or see at 220 NW. Lincoln St. $300. Dwn Handy Man's Special at Grant Ronde, 2 B.R. home on 1 plus acres $2,500 $500. dwn. Good 2 B.R. home on a 90 X 145 Sheridan lot, good potential here for the man who can hammer nails, & paint at $2,950.00. $1,500 dwn. on this 5 acres with two fine streams, and good 2 BR. home wRh fireplace. This one a natures paradise. $6,500. TWO HOUSES for less than the price of one. Good rental in- come, located on "D ' street in Wlllamina. One rents at $50 the other at $3500 per month, some furniture & appliances in- cluded at $6000. and $1,500 dwn makes It yours. STROUT REALTY Build community payrolls by spending your retail dollars at home. WANTED: best that $6,000 cash will buy. House, outbldgs, creek pasture & fenced, at least 20 acres. Send complete details to 9391 Hastings Blvd., River- side, Calif. FOR SALE: 3 br. home, family room, 1 1/2 baths, hardwood floors, fireplace, garage, patio. Ph. Sheridan 843-4451 after 6 p.m. FOR LEASE: Chevron gas station in downtown Sheridan. Owner retiring. Ph. McMian- ville 472-5582 evenings. Money spent at home stays at home to help you WANTED TO BUY: 2-20 Acres with good house, $5000-$6000. Jerry Cave, Rt. 1, Box 172, Sheridan. WANTED: Have customers for small farms, 3-10 acres, also farms of any size. Trades a specialty. Write or callIll! What do YOU need? H. W Calder Realty, 1233 N. Adams St., McMinnville, Ph. 472-2452. Hel Wanted WANTED: Salesman with some sales experience and local fol- lowing to seel new and used cars. Apply between 5 and 6 t p.m. Tuggle Chev. Co. Sheridan. Ph. 843-2512. Livestock, Poultry FOR SALE: Hampshire-York- shire cross pigs. $10. Edgar Ash. Ph. Sheridan 843-4561. Fuel lllIlIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIlt' FOR SALE: Wood, sawdust and shavings. E.C. Smith, Amity. Ph. 835-2504 or Sh. 843-6193. CARD OF THANKS I We wish to sincerely thank .the Sheridan Volunteer Fire i Depart ment their prompt for faction at the time of our re- )cent fie. It was most apprec- [ iated. Mr. and Mrs. William Bowers ....... ............ ,mllwwlw.i.ii lllwlll.mi.ll FOR RENT: Modern 5 room house with attached garage, $40 too. Call at 327 NE Balm or Ph. Sheridan 843-2844 SHOP HERE AND SAVE FOR RENT: HOME APART- MENTS--CLEAN, ROOMY i furnished or unfurnished with i utilities, steam heated, city wa- ter, sewer, hot water, garbage, TV cable, night lights. Call at HUNTLEY'S SPORT SHOP Phone 843-4155 or home Ph : 843-6102. ! TRAILER SPACE, $20 per mo Fred L. Bunn, 541 E. Main, iSheridan, Ph, 843-4645. FOR RENT: Shop building, 36 x 40, good location. See Ernest Hutchins, 946 E. Main, or call Sheridan 843-3132 FOR RENT: 2 b.r house in country. Ph. Sheridan 843-2183, FOR RENT: Small 4 room house. Suitable for single per- son or couple. Electric heat, TV cable. Close in. Frank Downing, 204 NW Lincoln, Ph. 843-4331. Sports Equipment ii iiii i I 1 ii ww ii FOR SALE: '55 KH HarleyDa- vison motorcycle. Low mile- age. Show room condition. Ph Sheridan 843-6566 or see at 220 N. W. Lincoln St. AGEE'S XMAS KICKOFF SPECIAL OCCIDENT FLOUR 25.00! MEA T SPECIALS BONELESS BAR-S-or SWEETHEART don moved to Kizer, near Sa- metlc, and have had enrichment Bifolding ClosetDrSets CHEAP r. and Mrs. Larry Hill and lem. She was the first to get work in quick addition, sub- Garage Dr Hdware $22.50 tily of Dorena were week- done wRh her animal alphabet, traction and multiplying. In iPlasterbd $1.39, $165, $1.95 guests of hls parents, Mr. The children have a hobby table: science we have finished our lec. Supplies Complete Stock Mrs. Glenn Hill. Kenneth Hulett brought a bird unit on rocks and minerals, . feeder, Jerri Mortiz brought and are working on a study of { C. G. Long & Sons It. and Mrs. Bruce V.ead- a puppet, Virgel Tilden amodel the atmosphere. Larry Mc- I0 LBS. 98c HAM BY THE CHUNK % of Salem were Sunda" car, and David Grout had a Kinley brought abarometer, and ! ....... % s warship so did Kathy Mortlz. Marvin ' ae-v,, - Salem ts of his parents, Mr. and d '" SHURFINE SWEETHEART tS ............... m,.n T,-.,.hna,- Mrs. Bosch: We are stu y- Melonnk brought a weather kit : .... ,  I M ing about foods in our social which we wlll he using. IOUTSIDE paint $2.50 gal.& STANDBY nI nI im n 8IUU I I .AII  1 Ir ond Mrs Nels Friesen studies For this we are draw- The entire school enjoyed a *r up; super latex $2.95 gal : li- nmn i [ Tall T] -- -- U m II me # "P'i -- -- ..... b:,." "Sunda- dinner ing pictures and writing stories Thanksgiving assembly, at noleum rugs 9x12 $5.95 12x12  -- -- -- -- -- m I IF31  I I III LB. p g g g g . Barn. I =1 I////  Me P.. Wtn= Stuck, a pineapple brought by Sloan used her overhead proJec-  IlI I//// 'e%Ve--dnes"d'a ev"e'ninm,ests aoni Huntley, dates by Billy tor to project the words of the LAWRENCE BURBAN" VV|W Mr. and Mrs Hu=heach. Cooley and a coconut by Patti songs onto the screen, i Sherld-- Ra-q tP.A1 *% BEEF OR VEAL t new .... " .... Leno There are w S HURGOLD day dinner guests of Mr. pupils--Dana Smith and Nancy Iiel, .. . ,..o,..o,.,. 4[ __ ai IDa" ml/00 tMMr;s haHillrW:l a cHslp We now nave 20 in our Mill uree00 mafl or delivered to Your dill/L, ,,,^,wr,.,,#. & 11%, %.UI)I; I#%FORIL00 , c " Ed ton Door IIW-- IAI uv n :nkDglaosiJl %ClveMniY WoeeDn:3grooamel:0:is:trUCato Thanksgiving weekend - sts i .muKtl:rqtrqv Oct; T , ier sad familv of Dallas at the PTA meeting for Faulcon- in the Clayton Atwood home ! Saws preferred by professional qF F  LB. IL#II Sts were Mr. and Mrs. Chris tm + Mrs?-Tony Eisele and De- erMSsh:L e er We saw two ene lra adilSn ChuckCoff- i :aUrOra* D. .B,th new and used - _ s Y : e , rzey, : Ick s Chain Saw, Wil- I |' mnlVier:ovyirdsH:lp U': Gwendelyn,andDonaldofSeattle min:. Ph. 876-2533, nights ,CREAMY __ ___ BANDON-CHEDDAR . "--=A h ' " "" "'" I pF KI{00 D d CHFF:00F *l I have been lietenlng every day Mr. and Mrs F_-%tA R#'%FA#'% to records brought bythe stu- enJoyed Thanksgiving wRhtheir iSPINET Console Piano. Want AHT RIITTFR jar rle LOAF ' ..... died an in i p ily in Seattle. They reported tWri or phone LA 2-5859, I i /1% r,/111,,,,/  --I IsRing at the Arthur Soules d ts lace we have a e for the ThanKsgvmgno- salamander. Robert Mathis awhite Thanksgiving. [Credit Mgr.o Kohler & Camp- I PETER PAN FANCY . I lii i MORTON'S FROZEN  L I [were Mr. and Mrs..J. brought in two birds' nests bee Pianos" 4759 Univ. Way I ..... I qIIIII . -. _ I nnr_ I Lero.fEIMonte,an'r s" whichcertainlyhelptnourstudy Sunday dinner guests of the INE, seattle,'Wn, i run IMV TIIMI il / ,PlVVi I .o d" t t@ i UrAT nre L UV I tr ,s an aunt. oz wrs. of birds. As a culmination of Lawrence Berke,,s were Mr. I B ! nilfl i||INNl i i Cans i { i I " q i F i i I mr#l! vir I I FOR 'I'mI' i s. Also vlsRing on our study of foods we had an .a ,- ..,.." ,^. .....  [ ................... Vii%,|u i%Filrl - i i ",^,-.4 I &I |-- r|&| i|L.  U I s vin Da were Mrs. - , - ...... --.-,, .=.y ,u --,..n ,,vuuz -- I ,nu .  v i llk gi g Y . indoor picnic. We made a trip children and Mr. and Mrs. AI-] L ,.- -- .... I i. I]  .... ,,o. -- v -- I an H Davis an children " .... " ..... " i l .-- .,,-,,,, .w..,.. [r . . to the store to price the food len Berkey of Sheridan and I 'h o. oo, i ;" R pth, chael ,d D:o: of we had on our menu, and name Mr. d Mrs. Ivan B.rk,, o I o ;o',Z:'qm.., | - v,,,,.,-,-v ,,.r ts Pass, Mr anolvlrs, back to the room divlded .to .ortlando Overnlht st" 1 ........ ' ........ ltNSiiNT SP'JDS ............. . 4 ! KnoeneilinOulsaodase:ibuckofheridangcV "td Blaine of - DELIVERIES FREE FLAVR- - Serv. ForlO, 15' h Bickford an five committees: one for buy- urday was a niece Ph llis Ro P;RCEL PS G]rIeeLE%?mEpE o6 1p/2K. if< ' g Mr. Grout, Mr. Nisleyand Mrs. -- LASSIFIED DI$PLAY I _ _ _ c ns  j I r "-- I ttings to tbe.gro]Pck:re " Ivie. In art, we made place . .... - -PRODUCE SPECIALS--.--.-  .,. d : TASTEwELL tr d :rryW:n e Kathy J mats fOroUrpLhC:ade I J/:00zn I, , , o,,- ._...___. . i Santa Cruz, Calif. Mrs. Huntley. We are near- MANAGER l#'  W ly finished wiih our papier-t ..r n i II ,DADm)IIIT ,%P VEGETABLES IUMAIUb % I k. macl relief maps of the Pa- i ,wW_.l I'I1WA2CI qJu. I I VI%II I-I I%Pll  F FOR .. .-. d r..o I I ..... ,- .ans I ||_ o. {' cific Northwest, andarepatnt-tl PERSONAL LOANS Crat'Iizd &B.ke, fiNANCING I1' O0  ttP ' ing them We think they are AG MC MINNVILL OREGON CELLO B . 00allst0n ,ve,, attractive and we have- " _ i , q, ,Ibm, 4 { ='''*, GHIRARDELLI learned a good deal about the There is NO CHARGE for VI { I I "1 I mountains and valleys 05our .... the,,, .w,,., oo00. I CARROTS i-)" L, . ;;F . A...I !00cn001 Rews i I is zme newzy remoaeled home ,.ive graciously in this 2 BR- I Cans q I[IUIUL  6 oz part of the country from mak- " "= 1F %.%7%.%7L1 ' ing them In arithmetic, we 2bath home Beamed ceiling in large gracious living room with. Nabisco  __ _IL 6oz.   i VU i i * c " " V are workinghardondivisionand custom orner fireplace. Large utility areas, many cupboards, U ,,,,,,,,, ('l,ilDq  q 1 I are really making progress, to,ned in patio, and double garage. Only $2,500 down to FHA I rlhnltr L MI|mI=V 00nlrJ  - I Lesda.y afternoon was soap we feel. Parts of speech.are, loan commitment. Total price only $?2.,500. i LADDAO 1 unvnLu v, ,,.. r, mg oay zor me mtermea,- getting our attention zn zan-j L I ---- LB.  t*  i i li  ZEE i ades. guage. We have enjoyed the I w LISTING. A %'pie & span" 2 BR home on a large 80x210  IIh% All Iml i 1 ---. I [te[ter a study of the Pil- Thanksgiving decrations inour Jot. Extra large doub|e garage easd'y convert*'ble to more livln" g I DELICIOUSS Vl%rli irl I'1  4 ROLL ,s and .early Colonial life room. Happy Thanksgiving O space. Lots of "TLC"Is gone into this home Only $12.500 Call I. ,I ,, o, .o,, I UIRI . ,.o,, ..., %"11 IIII I iecided to try maxmg soap. everyone from tars. nuntley sl for a-intment " I I rf USteL  I II , LI I' iilmi-Ii U PACKS I It we plan to dip candles, fourthgradel vv'* . I AFI "ox" " #-I r '" "lkF TI[[II[ " I rthey turn out as well as Fifth grades NEW BRANC" raCE OPNmG SOON I M, , .-., -- Am 4" I IJU[ " I {oap did. Mrs. Die, Mrs. Leith: The, :Cont -- -" ....... ,-,-, 992253   ...... i Udents and eachers are members of our class anl . , .,,...n.. o... I I _ _ .... SUNSHINE I Ing on the Christmas pro- modeled prehistoric animals|/ I q I II I II I II I II IIIIIII I I AD EFFECTIVE I i .,. ,,^ i which will be held the for art d science, wehaveIII I IIIIA heine II I m lllIl I DI[I[DII ...... I I  HI-H I I lag of December 23. been getting ready for Thanks- II-I I il t V&, & b, III11A N%m:l[ 1  .uRs FRI and SAT. 0000l00dents and teachers enJoyed giving and have studied ! ,. II I Ir'_m=m=" mAl00i ,FRI..and I I .. '" "" .. I ! LThanksgiving holiday from grims and made Pilgrim pic-I% / ww 141 N E Coast H]rhway I I I ilil [[ J -,-u,- ,,,,.-,, , ! sday afternoon until/don tures. " Mrs. Sloan Our class has  Phone 2652251 New oft flV II  THE WORKINGMAN S MARKET ]