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Creeh and Mrs. Carl Yoder silver wedding rsary Sunday, Nov. 22, house reception in given by their child- Many friends and rela- called to congratulate the couple. In the after- their son and daughter-in- and Mrs. DonavonYo- called from Twillingate, to glve their con- and reported their Kimberly Ann, fine. Another phone brought congratulations !Mr. Yoder's sister, Mrs. Eck of Harper, Kas. and Mrs. Earl Neal and had Thanksgiving with Mrs. Delbert Neal and at Port Orford. On trip, the children visiting the Sea Lion Since R was stormy a good view of the Saturday evening they guests of Mr. and Beachy and family ,riving dinner guests of Mrs. Kenneth Knutson were Mr. and Mrs. Janish and children of Mr. and Mrs. WIt- and John, and Tim-  Kenneth Knutson family from Friday to Sunday in While there they were of Mr. and Mrs. Jack and children. On Sun- were dinner guests of and Mrs. Morris Dalton. and Mrs. Amos Henton their annual McKibben dinner Thanksgiving Day Chapman school. Sixty . and Mrs. WiLliam Brandt a phone call Sunday their son-in-law, Robert family of Los Angeles, wishes for a happY anniversary. Thanksgiving with parents, Mr. and Mrs. were Mr. and Mrs. Kropf and family of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde and family, also Mr. and E. Hamilton of Willa- and Mrs. Jack Smith Laurel of Cle- Wash. spent the week- Mr. and Mrs. Hubert k. Mr. Smith is a broth- I Mrs. Rleck .......... Sunday afternoon on and Mrs. Amos Henton Mr. and Mrs. Herman and son, Carl, of Dal- and Mrs. Elmer Yoder Joined other family for Thanksgiving Day home of Mr. and Mrs. Kauffman of Lebanon. were Mr. and Glaser also of and Mr. and Mrs. G. of Albany. and Mrs. George Daley children, Mr. and Jim Wilbur of Sheridan, Thanksgiving dinner Mr. and Mrs. Iloff entertained at a birth- for their daughter, Benny Miller of Salem. guests were Mrs. Larry ,man and children of Mr. and Mrs. Robert and family of WiLla- and Mr. and Mrs. Fran- of Sheridan. Mrs. Elmer Yoder a phone call Wednes- from their daugh- 8hlrley, from Harrison- Va. "dinner guests of Mr. Carl Yoder were Mr. Mrs. Norris Merrill and of She riclmu. and Mrs. Lawrence Bet- Thanksgiving dinner the Earl Berkeys in Sher- Other guests were Bill and George Gaylor of Mr. and Mrs. Pat and Mr. and Mrs. Smith of Salem. Mrs. and Mrs. Smith are of the Earl Berkeys. Sunday's guests of Mr. O. L Trice were Mr. Mrs. Carl Brewster of Wash. and Mrs. Iloff Harris had Thanksgiving wflh their daughter's Mr. and Mrs. Benny Salem. Other guests Mr. and Mrs. Larry Coun- and children of Sheri- and Mrs. C. W. Allen of Wash., spent a few in the Otto Trice home on return trip from visiting in Coos Bay. s. Lawrence Berkey left for Panorama City, two weeks with son, A1bertj and family. dinner guests in the r Yoder home were Mr. Mrs. Tobe Yoder of Sherl, Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Mrs. Elizabeth Mll- McMinnville. The She[Jdg 00r000O'r*OOr n ur 00Ciyn PTA Sto and Laurence David Menden- GRAND RONDE--November Mr. and Mrs. Ward I PUBLIC WELFARE QUESTION DO MORE PEOPLE GO ON WELFARE IN COUNTIESTHAT DISTRIBUTE ABUNDANT FOODS? No. Many people in tempor- ary need are able to manage without welfare help where abundant foods or food stamps are available. IS IT TRUE THAT WELFARE PAYS FOR HOUSEKEEPERS FOR SOME OLD PEOPLE? When provision of house- keeping services enable an el- derly person to remain at home instead of going to a nursing Grne ,public WelfaPe can pay for this service as long as the total cost will not be more than would be required for nursing home care. Many older people are happier and more comfortable in their own homes when it is possible for them to remain there. WHAT IS AN ADULT FOS- TER HOME? I THOUGHT FOSTER HOMES WERE JUST FOR CHILDREN. Some adults require a certain amount of care whether because of age, mental retardation or some other b-ndicap but do not need to go to nursing homes. Foster family homes are often an ideal arrangement for per- sons who cannot live alone. A pamphlet on adult foster care is available from the State Pub- tic Welfare Commission, Sa- lem, Oregon. IF MY TEENAGE DAUGH- TER GETS A PART-TIME JOB, CAN SHE SAVE SOME MONEY TOWARD COLLEGE OR WILL ALL EARNINGS BE DE- DUCTED FROM OUR AID TO DEPENDENT CHILDREN CHECK? Your daughter can save a certain portion of each month's earnings toward future educa- tion ff R appears that she is making a sound plan for this. Your caseworker wiLl be glad to discuss this withyouand help you and your daughter work things out. ! YOU NEED SUNSHINE MILK QUALITY YOU'LL NEVER FORGET l mm i mmmmmm mmmmmt,mmml mm mmmm SUNSHINE DAIRY 843-6402 1 lb. - 2 lb. Mendenhall I Sheridan Men Bag Three Elk GRAND RONDE -- Doc Knox of Grand Ronde and two Willa- mina men, Ray McGee and Cele Reid reported back from near Prairie City with three elk last week. Knox and McGee bagged a six point each and Reid killed alive point. Knox said about all there was to tell about the trip was some "lucky shooting and long hard packing." He left Friday, Nov. 26 on a moose hunting trip into a remote area some 50 miles southwest of Vander- hoos:British Columbia. He was accompanied by Murray House and John Petite also of Grand Ronde. hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ward meeting of the GrandRondePTA (Ed. Note: Thisarticle,writ- Mendenhall of Willamina, were was held Monday night Nov. ten four years ago by Elwin unfed in marriage Sunday, Sept. 23. Mrs. Tom Bates was wel- Heilinger of Sheridan, points 6 at the Junction City Meth- corned as a new member. Room up the importance of the activ- odlst Church. treats were won by Mrs. La- Ities carried onbythe PTA. The Rev. Daniel B. Wessler of Chance's first grade for hav- article still Is as appropriate Bidwell MemoriaIPresbyterlan Ing the most parents present, today as R was when originally Church, Chico, Calif., and Rev. Civil defense chairman, Mrs. wrRten.) Alfred E. Vosper of the Junc- Eldon Yates announced a total By ELWIN HEILINGER tion City Methodist Church of- of 87 Identification Tags had tA Bit of Pasteboard" ficiated at the double ring been ordered by the students. service. Mrs. Q. F. Knox, Mrs. Betty Told my friend Clancy, the The bride, escorted by her Commerford and Mrs. Rob- traveling salesman that I had father, wore a floor length gown ert McKern Sr. were appoint- Joined PTA. "Now, why did of white rayon organza and ed to help Ted Hinshaw, Prin- you go and do a thing like that schiffle embroidery wifh round clpal, select needy families to for", he sputtered, "they are neck line, three quarter length receive Christmas baskets, nothing but a bunch of women sleeves and cummerbund, short Mrs. Merle Henry is in charge with nothing better to do than gloves, gold necklace, a gift of placing boxes at the school to sR around and gab and try from the groom. She carried for the children to bring their to tell the teachers how to run an arm bouquet of happiness donations and to call a meet- the school. I'Ll not be wantin' red roses, ing of the membership to pack anything to do with them." Miss Margaret Mentch, Coos the boxes. Clancy had decided opinions llke Bay, was maid of honor, Mrs. Mrs. James Reid, antingsec- most traveling salesmen. Donald Larsen, Eugene, Miss retary, read the first Thanks- Well, it caused me to stop Micheline Wessler, Chico, giving Proclamation given in and think. I knew that PTA Calif., were bridesmaids and 1789 by George Washington. wasn't like that. But what Miss Marsha Johns, Coos Bay, Program chairman Mrs. Betty really was it? I had to grope Junior bridesmaid. Flower Commerford introduced guest around for words and thoughts girls were Carolee Ann Kirk- speakers, Mrs. Murray House as I tried to tell C1ancy and I eLle of Lebanon, and Lenora who is Grand Ronde TB Seals realized that I must become Carol Simpson of JunctlonCity. Sales Chairman and Mrs. Gus better informed on PTA--Par- Ring bearer was Robert Lar- Swanson, Polk County health ent-Teacher Association. sen of Eugene and candle- nurse, who spoke on TB and oth- Now, today, I lool at my lighters were .Dale Wagner, er respiratory diseases, little membership card and 1 brother of the bride, and Phil- am reminded of what one of our ip Mendenhall, brother of the distinguished members has groom, r  "e,0wsn p said, "That small bit of paste- board is a wonderful, magical Following the service a re- thing. Its small surface con- ception was held in the Fellow- Jures up a vision of America-- ship hall of the church. The 'eg"te Set of Americandemocracyatwork bride's table was decorated with and at its best. I see school a four-tler wedding cake and buildings lighted up across the the Danish wedding cake "Kran- land and into these buLldlngs sekage." I see parents, teachers and The couple left on a honey- Phil Sheridan Fellowshlp other citizens streaming. They moon through southern Oregon, will meet Friday, Dec. 4, for are there to deal with educa- visRing Crater Lake, Oregon their regular art and crafts tional problems and toapprafse Caves and atthe coast, session wRh a sack lunch at the resources of their homes, The groom received his B.S. noon, followed by a business schools and communities to and Master of Science degrees meeting at 1:30. meet children's needs in this from OSU. He is a doctoral On the agenda at 2:30 will fabulous, frighteningSpaneAge. candidate at New York Univer- be two sound and color films, From their meetings come sity, New York City. The bride a bit on the comedy line, "Tom, action that strengthens in the is a graduate of OSU andfortbe Dick and Harriette" featuring nation's services for its young past four years has been a an all star cast withthe Sports- citizens. member of the Coos Bay El- men quartet and Goldwyn Girls. I see my own name on that ementary Schdol system. The second feature will be card and I realize that I am Mr. and Mrs. Mendenhallare "Mr Digit, Battle of Bubbling part of that great group num- at homest4540NoolBetaPlace, Brooks" which will feature tmrin more than 11 1/2 mll- Corvallis, where Mr. Menden- Ethel and Albert of TV fame. llon of whom 3 1/2 million are hall is an instructor InMetero- R is also hoped to have some men. We are no little "pid- logy at OSU. talent from the Fellowship riling" organization but a great members, force to be used for good in Bags EIh this nation. Man turn the little card over and I see just what this great organization is trying to do. Here are its objects: GRAND RONDE  A suc- 1. To promote the welfare cessful elk hunting trip was . of children and youth in home, 3 lb. to the State PTA and G cents of our youth. This changing, and one-half million are men of that small amount goestothe "frightening Space Age"brings and more are coming in each National Organization. This with it new and different prob- year. Several years ago I at- money is spent partly to fur- lems which we must understand tended a district council meet- ther the activities of PTA and in order to do our part in pre- ing at Springfield. Beingnewat partly to study proposed legis- paring our youth to face the it, I expected to find myself lation that effects children and world. And still more of our alone among a group of worn- youth onthe national level. Steps money goes to contribute toward en. Imagine my pleasant sur- are then taken to help or op- scholarships on the state lev- prise when I found that almost pose the passage of such legis- el, teachers, prepared to step half the group were men. PTA latlon. Thru these organized into this New Age. So you has a definite need for men. efforts PTA becomes an effec- see PTA needs your dollars Bringing up children anddirec- tlve actor ior good and right as well as it needs you. ting them in the ways that they in the lawmaking bodies of And it is not an organlza- should go. is a partnership job. these United States. tion bent on meddling with the Sometimes, we feel so inade- The rest of the money stays teacher's way of running the quate, but yet there is some- here in the local organization, schoo4 as C1ancy helleved, thing that we can do along the Some of it goes to sponsor Boy More than 760,000 teachers and way. PTA can help us--and and Girl Scouting. The oh- school administrators belong. PTA needs our talents be they jects of Scouting and PTA are PTA works hand in hand with little or great. mutually the same--they go the teacher in promoting the Last of all but not least, hand in hand to work for the welfare of the child. PTA is PTA believes that religion is betterment of our youth, concerned with the welfare of fundamental in our American Another part of the money goes all chLldren--the average, the tradition as a basic factor in to projects that will help our gifted, the handicapped and the personal and social behavior, community. Other money is retarded, and that every child is entitled used to secure speakers, films, PTA is an organization that to the opportunity to develop a and study materials on how encourages men to Join. Of religious faith working together to meet the needs and problems the 11 and one. half million, 3 for the good of the child, the home and the school. reported by Keith Busboon this school, church and community. week as he displayed the head ORVILLE ALDRICH 2. To raise the standard of and antlers of a large six point Services for Orville K. home life. bull elk. He reported they had Aldrich, 84, of Sheridan, who 3. To secure adequate laws a nice hike also as his first died Nov. 28, 1964, in McMinn- for the care and protection of shot caught the elk through the vLlle, were held Dec. 1 in Ad- children and youth. Home Unit kept going into amson's Sheridan Funeral 4. To bring into closer re- rougher country and deeper fern Home with the Rev. Ralph Per- lation the home and the school, near Mist. After trailing for ry officiating. Private inter- that parents and teachers may Holds fvttl"ee ng ,00ou. miles he was able ment was at Skyline Memorial cooperate intelligently in the to circle and get a head shot. Gardens, Portland. training of the child. The dressed carcass weighed Mr. Aldrich was born May 5. To develop betweeneduca- in at G00 pounds. He was ac- 11, 1880, in Franklin County, tors and the generalpublicsuch GRAND RONDE  Grand companied by his son, Roger, Neb., and when nine years old united efforts as will secure for Ronde Night Unit of Home Ex- John Howry and son Bill, all came to Oregon. As a young every child the highest advan- tension willmeetTuesdaynight, of Grand Ronde, man he operated a hotel and tages in physical, mental, social Dec. 8, at the Albert Lockwood livery stable and also served as and spiritual education. Set , deputy sheriff in Kiona,Wash. For several years I was just home. Discussion Having lived in the Eugene and a member of PTA, perhaps as Gift wrapping ideas will be Corvallis areas, he moved to you are. I paid my dues, at- given by Mrs. Harvey John and Local Church Sheridan about 1930. In 1933 tended themeetings, signedthe tin cancraftwlllbedemonstrat- At he married Maude Aldrich in roster so my children would ed by Mrs. Ray Wagler and Mrs. Salem. He was superintendent get credit for my attendance, Fritz Pearson. Members will bring gift or "MUST CHRISTIANITY BE of the Christian Church Bible enjoyed the meetings (some- wrapping ideas to be sold for RELIGIOUS?" This qnestlon School in Junction City for sev- times didn't enjoy them) par- 10 cents. There willbe a sample will be one of the many centre- eral years and from 1930 until took of refreshments and went table of Holiday Goodies with versial topics to he examined his death had been a Raleigh home, maybe forgetting about recipes to be sold also. The in a series of discussions on Products salesman for the area it till a note came home announ- unit will hold a homemade gift the book "Honest to God"atthe from West Salem to the coast, cing the next meeting. That is exchange at the close of the Sheridan MetbodistChurchdur- Mr. Aldrich is survived by until Clancy's remarks stirred meeting. Anyone interested in hug December according to pas- his widow; five sons, Frank me up--and I was asked to do belonging or visiting is invited tor, Rev. Lawrence Monk. Aldrich, Jennings Lodge, Wal- something in the organization. to attend. Based on this provocative ter Aldrich, Milwaukle, Ches- There is the secret of it all-- book which sold over 300,000 ter Aldrich, San Jacinto, Calif., "to do something in the organ- Jesse Aldrich, North Bend, and ,, copies in England alone, the Ization. The ideal PTA is Slated Lloyd Aldrich, Cottage Grove; every member a workingmem- Services discussion class will also ask how much Christianity istiedto a daughter, Mrs.VelmaNichol- ber. When you work for athing "The Dtety of Christ" will modes of thought which explain- son, Portland; a brother, John the chances are that your heart be the sermon topic this Sun- ed the world to the ancients, Aldrich, Portland; four sis- is in it--you want to see it day at lh00 A.M. This will he but which no longer make sense tersp Mrs. Mary VanMatre, Se- succeed. the first in a series of Christ- in a scientific age. The author, dro Woolleyp Wash., Mrs. We want to see our schools mas messages based on the British Episcopal Bishop John Bessie Boulton, Seattle, Wash., in Sheridan become better and Bible. The choir, directed by A. T. Robinson, pulls together Mrs. Marjorle Smith, San we can help by working toward Richard Nallinger, will sing a the contributions of several Francisco, and Mrs. Eleanor this end through PTA. Our sacred anthem, contemporary theologians to Myers, Omaha, Neb.; nine Governor has said "On every The Sunday School meets at present a re-examined view- grandchildren and 20 great- side there isdiscussionregard- 9:4S A.M. each Sunday. Larry point of the relevance of Chris- grandchildren. Lug the problems and difficui- Liljequist, general superinten- tianity to "a world come of " ties which our schools face.We dent, extends a cordial wel-age". Bernard Hook know that flmse problems are come to friends and newcom- Also under discussion will t real If we have the kind of era to attend. There are be the "new morality" which schools our young people need, graded and fully departmental- tends to discard traditional Ends Training .. must have the cooperation ized classes for all ages. moral commands, and to ar .... of all parents. One vehicle Rev. Joe Sonnenberg, Dis- rive at acceptable behavior through which parents can lend trict Secretary for the North from a new examination of the Staff Sergeant Bernard M. their assistance is PTA." American Baptists, will he the content of Christian love. Hook, son of Leslie R. Hook, H.G. Wells once said, 'Iu- guest speaker at the 7:00 P.lVl. The class will meet for fls Willamlna, has graduated from man history becomes more and service. Special music and second session Sunday, Dec. 6 the U. S. Air Force Noncom- more a race between education a children's storytime are in- in the MethodistParsonage,224 missioned Officer Preparatory and catastrophe". One way cluded in this service. N. Bridge, at 9:45 a.m. Child School at England AFB, La. to make sure that education has care will be provided for those Sergeant Hook, who was a chance of winning is to con- qiJinnumimiiplit under age three, and Church trained in leadership and man- tribute to the discussion in fie  New & Used School classes for older chit- agement, is a data processing programs of organizations like GLASS dren, In the Church building, machine operations supervis- PTA that are dedicated to the 13 I Cpies f the Paperback book r wlth aTactical Air Cmmand betterment f educatin"' LB. $mnce Jobs A $eclahy ''Honest to God" are available (TAC) unit at England. His There is another misunder- at the Church. group supports the TAC mis- standing about PTA"yeah all l0 OZ. Instant $1.39 [ Mi hler kers . sion of providing firepower and you want is my dollarI" Yes, S Wrec Re00ins Ship PTA Wants your dollar--needs HI-WAY MARKET .t Walloce Bridge forces.ther air support to U.S.Army your dollar but it wants you to Willamina 876.2432 His wife is the former Moto work along with your dollar. i t One-fourth of your dollar 836 E. Main Sheridan [ mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm GRAND RONDE -- Thomas Takahashi of Japan. goes ----""'='--''' Lee, Naval fireman apprentice,  ._.,....u..J.J--.=--m.i. is enroute to Japan to rejoin SHERIDAN NURSERY . ship th, AircraR Carrier Salem Welding Supply Corp Yorktown, after being hospit- alized at Long Beach, Calif., for fi weeks. Thomas is the IS MOVING THEIR WAREHOUSE FOR AGES 2-6 1.75 DAILY son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Henry of Grand Ronde. SHERIDAN High School's Boy and Girl of the Month for October and November took time out from busy classroom schedules this week to pose for photogro- HOURLY RATES AVAILABLE YOUNGER CHILDREN BY APPT. ONLY PH. 843-4009 843-2233 OXYGEN & ACETYLENE TANKS l[ SHERIDAN MACHINE & WELDING "-j II SANTA'S LETTERS l FROM RUSS'FRIENDLY SERVICE t l -Answered- I TO JERRY'S MOBILE " tl Send Name And Address Plus 25c For Handling TO SANTA P.O. BOX 68 SHERIDAN 1132 E. MAIN 843-3442 | Nisly, Boy and Girt for October, and Marilyn Bride and Tom Eisele, Boy and Girl for November Sun Photo 410i pher. Shown (I to r} are Verne Lochner and Wilma Four Students Are Named For Boy and Girl Honors Boy and Girl of the Month honors for October and Novem- ber have been announced at Sheridan High School. Selected as October's Boy and Girl were Verne Lochner and Wilma Nisly. Lochner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lochner, is active in stu- dent affairs and holds several club offices. He is treasurer of the Sheridan High School student body, president of the school's letterman club, mem- ber of the National Honor So- ciety, and a member of the Sheridan chapter of Future Teachers of America. Miss Nisly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Nisly, is also active in school affairs. She is president of Girl's League Association, member of the school band and choir, member of the GAA, Hi-C, and is sen- ior editor of the annual staff. November Girl and Boyhon- ors went to Tom Eisele and Marllyn Bride. Eisele, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Eisele, is athree-year letterman in track and base- ball, a member of the school's service club, president of the Sheridan chapter of the Nation- al Honor 8ocietyp and current- ly serves as treasurer and Council Meet Slated Monday Sheridan City Councilmen will hold their first regular meeting of the month next Mon- day night, Dec. 7, in the coun- cil chambers at city haiL City Recorder BOb WeLls said the meeting will get underway at 8 p.m. 12:30 P-re.,! Sundays WELCOME TO MENNONITE CHURCH 240 SW Mad]ran Sunday School, lOa.m. Worship Service, ,11a.m. Evening Worship, 7p.m. "A Friendly 'Church" secretary of the letterman's school annual, an officer in club. Rainbow, president of the Slier-, Miss Bride, daughter of Mr. Ldan High student body, amem- and Mrs. Clifford Bride, is a her of the local chapter of the member of Girl's League As- National Honor Society, school soclation, GAA, editor of the band and chorus- HI-WAY THEATRE i SHERIDAN PHONE 843-4152 FRI-SAT DEC.4-5 THE BEATLES IN "A HARD DAY'S NIGHT" i SPECIAL PRICES THIS WEEKEND $100 PER PERSON CONTINUANCE OF THIS THEATRE DEPENDS UPON ATTENDANCE IN THE NEXT FEW WEEKS. IN Can you fix this? 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