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Ballston Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Could and family had Thanksgiving dinner with Bobby's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gould. Ad- ditional guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duvall of Kern- ville. Mrs. Florence Hamilton ar- rived home last week from visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. How- ard Kilmer at Arcata, Calif. Thanksgiving Day she ac- companied her other daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nielsen of Amity to Tillamook for dinner with a granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Powell. The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, i Mrs. George Webb, was hon- ored on her 84th birthday Sun- day with a birthday dinner at the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hamilton and family of Salem. Present also was another daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wideman and fam- ily. Thanksgiving Day d i n n e r guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Small were five of their children, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smail and family, Wil- lamina, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Morris and daughter, Spring- field, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Selby and family, Dallas, Mrs. Helen West, Winchester Bay and the Everett Small family. Mrs. Edna Tufford spent the Thanksgiving holidays with her sister, Mrs. Bob Silvis and family in Eugene. Guests of the Melvin John- son family Thanksgiving Day were Mrs. Johnson's mother, Mrs. Lillian Walker of Port- land an uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Boeson of Junction Cityp and Kenneth Rosenbalm of Am- ity. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis and family of Portland visit- ed Thursday at the home of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Brown. Dee Mellema and Mr. and Mrs. Douwe Mellema were din- ner guests Thursday at the Russell Taylor home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ka- dell and children, Bobby and Anita, spent from Wednesday until Saturday in West Linn at the Fred Vincent home. Roy Page was host at his home Thanksgiving Day to Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Page, McMinn- vill% Mr. and Mrs. Elvis as- born, and Mrs. Larry Osborn and children, Sheridan, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Hoglund, Portland and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Page. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Clark re- turned home Sunday from a week visit at the home of their son, Delbert Clark and family in Astoria. Thanksgiving Day they were dinner guests of an- other son, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clark, at Idanha and in the eve- ning supper guests of a daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. IVlelvin Van Cleave in Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Cedric Clark and family of Yakima spent the Thanksgiving weekend with his parents and other relatives in this area. Gary Kilmer and a classmate, Tom Winnie of University of Oregon spent the holidays at the home of Gary's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Kilmer. Thursday for dinner at the Kil- mer home were Mrs. L. Whit- ney and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Black, Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Whitney and family of Portland and Mrs. Darlene Helm and children of McMinn- ville. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gardner of Corvallis were visitors of the George Gardners Thursday, Nov. 26. Calling Thursday evening at the Douwe Mellema home were Mrs. Dean Holmes and Linda of Sheridan, Mrs. Blythe O' Brien of Portland and son, Mike of Fort Lewis. Visitors Friday evening at the Mellema home were Mr, and M r s. Tony Gonshorowskl of near Dallas. The Sew and Social Club will meet the afternoon of December 10 at the home of Mrs. Charles Kadell. Members are remind- ed to bring a gift for a resi- dent of Fairvtew Home at Salem. If gift is wrapped, please speci- fy if it is for a man or woman. A family get-together was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lenz on Thanks- giving when their guests were Mr. and Mrs. William Beachy, Pacific City, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wagler and family and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Green, all of Sheridan, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Beachy and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Shenk of McMinnville. The Melvin Morris family drove to Albany Thursday to spend the day wRh MelvinPs parents, Mr. and Mrs. Coye Morris. Other guests were Melvin's sister, Mrs. Kenneth Barrow and family of Portland and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Craghan and baby of Albany. i SHERIDAN BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Wil- son and family of Seattle spent Thanksgiving vacation with her sister's family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob McLean of Sheridan. New manager of the U. S. National bank in Woodburn is Stewart Welborn, known in this area as Floyd Dickey's son-in- law. Welborn has been with U. S. National in Portland. Sheridan Briefs I Area Duo Gopher Valley Two Willamina piano stu- giving Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Birks. John Gutbrod and Herman Schatz attended the funeral of their cousin, Susie Eisele at Oregon City Monday. Thanksgiving Day with Mr. and Mrs. Ted Williams. Mrs. John- son is a sister of Mrs. Wil- liams. Mr. and Mrs. DonTrowbridge Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Don Trowbridge Jr., were Thanks- giving Day guests at the Jim Mr. and Mrs. John Gutbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith were Saturday evening guests at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lucht and family of McMinnville. Kathy Lucht returned home with her grandparents to spend the weekend. Oregon, Thursday, December 3, 1964 Mrs. Bud Miller, Darlene and Mel and Miss Betty and Miss Susan Meyers of Lake Oswego, were Friday evening visitors at the Howard Nice home. Visiting Sunday afternoon at the Dewey Waller home were Mrs. Mabel Andrews of Port- land and Mrs. Tom Hunt and Mrs. Susan Smith and Leslie and Miss Patsy Hunt of Hubbard. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Miller and family and Laurel Woifer, were Sunday dinner guests of the Enos Schrock family. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Miller and Charlene of Lebabon, were Sunday dinner guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Yoder and family. Mrs. Cora Thornbrue of Portland was a guest for sev- eral days recently at the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Er- nest Bones. Word was received Monday of the death of Everett Higgenbot- tom at the home of his son, Owen Higgenbotham in Leaven- worth, Wash. Funeralservices will be in Washington this Thursday. The Higgenbotham's are formerly of Willamina and Grand Ronde. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bones were fishing over the weekend on the Siletz and Mr. Bones landed a 35 pound chinook sal- mon. Mr. and Mrs. Roman Yoder and family and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kilmer and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Miller and fam- ily. Mrs. Dewey Woifer, Mrs. Howard Nice and Dennis and Mrs. Paul Kilmer and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Swartzentruber and son attended the weddingof their cousin, Miss Iris Kauffman, near Hubbard Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Yoder of Portland were Monday callers at the Dewey Waller and George Webb home. Walno Simonson and Fred Slmonson, Myron Kadell, Frank Lux, Paul and Cal Kilmer re- turned home Saturday evening from a 10-day elk hunting trip to the Wallowas. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Berk- ey and family of Salem were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Chupp and family. Nick Waller of Salem is stay- ing this past week at his broth- er's home, Mr. and Mrs. Dew- ey Waller. Mr. and Mrs. John Yoder, Mrs. Enos Schuck, Mrs. Ha- zel Yoder and Mrs. Blanche Kllmer were Thursday eve- nlng visitors in the Clayton Martin home near Bellevue. The Jacob Brubaker and Dave Stutzman families, from Grants Pass visited over the weekend with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Emznett Coon and family of Seattle arrived Wednesday evening at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Coon. On Thursday, the group Journeyed to Mon- mouth where they enjoyed Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Blair and family. Also joining the group were Mr. and Mrs. William Blair of Salem. On Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Clif- ford Coon entertained the Thanksgiving group at their home for dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Coon and family re- turned to their home Sunday. Thanksgiving Day guests at the Rolland Kunzler home were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hall and daughter of Grants Pass, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Kunzler and fam- ily of Salem, Mr. and Mrs. Ran Rosevear and family of Salem, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Pratt of Oswego and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kunzler and David of Sheridan. Sunday dinner guests at the Wayne LeRoy home were Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wertz and son, Mr. and Mrs. Garold Wertz and family and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. LeRoy, all of McMinn- ville and Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Wertz and sons of Sheridan. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mat- usch and Janet of Salem, home for the holidays, were Thanks- Mrs. Roscoe Gutbrod and Cyn- thia spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Amos and family at Arcata, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kadell and son Chris moved to Salem over the weekend where they will make their home. Dale is employed with the Northwest Natural Gas Co. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Car- kuff of Sheridan, their daugh- ter, Barbara of Portland at- tended a family reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walt Kroeig in Broadmead Thurs- day. Other guests were Mr. John Hopson of Jefferson and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Owens and family of Dayton. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Zannl of Portland were Thanksgiving Day guests of their daughter, Mrs. John Funk and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne LeRoy and daughters were Thanksgiv- ing Day guests at the home of Wayne's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. LeRoy in McMinnville. Jeff, Julle and Joileen Thom- son of L/ke Grove spent Thanksgiving vacation here with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Thomson. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Johnson and son Wilbur of Salem, spent Trowbridge home in Dallas. Others enjoying the day were the Paul Marrs famlly of Salem, and Mrs. Jim Trowbridge's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Monson of Albany. Highlight of the day was the observance of the thirty-seventh wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Don Trowbridge Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Payne at- tended the family gathering at the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Harrison of Leb- anon. Other guests were her mother, Mrs. Grace Harrison of Lebanon; three sisters and their husbands, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Roherti from Ren% Nevada; Captain and Mrs. John O'Keefe from Seattle, Wash.; Mr and Mrs. George Spaur here on a visit from Turkey; a niece and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Tremil of Salem and nep- hew, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Har- rison of Mill City. Mr. Spaur, a past state forester of Oregon, is engaged in the same type of work for the government in Turkey. Sisterhood of the Christian Church met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Ruth Jones. Eighteen members answered roll call Plans were made for the Christ- mas party to he held at the home of Mrs. Ann Matthews. Potluck at 7 p.m. and revealing of secret pals will be the enter- tainment. dents, Cathie Honey and Lorie Buswell, performed at a student recital in McMinnville Monday night. They are students of Nina Mnehlmann. The recital was sponsored by the McMinnville-Newberg dis- trict of the Oregon Music Teachers association. 4-H Notes olmlmemlmemmmmmmmmolmmlmmlmmimm BALLSTON 4-H NEWS November 20, the second year 4-H Cooking club met at the home of their new leader, Mrs. Junior Moon. Officers elected were Pres- ident, Shelly Russell; Vice- President, Diane DeJong; Song and Game leaders, Marvin Johnson and Dale Moon; News Reporter, Marilyn Lenz. The BIRTHDAY CALENDAR Sheridan High School Com- munity Birthday calendar sends greetings this week to Joe Hebert, Nancy Summers, John Brandt, Susie Stuck, Annie He- bert, Galen Wayne Yoder, Ma- bel Flatau, Larry Marceaux, and Nola Williams. Wedding congratulations go to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brandt, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hines, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Rogers and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Williams. Sparky says: name of the clubis "The Mighty Muffin Makers." The next meeting will be De- cember 4 when Marvin Johnson and Dale Moon will make soup. P-0B[IC- [[CORDS /, ' News on the MUNICIPAL COURT iL Pete J. Kempt, 54, Willamina, violation of basic rule, $15; Richard W. Smith, 16, 349 S. E. Sheridan Road, disorder- Check holt firt hlzlrd! with fire department inspection ly conduct (throwing water bal- loon at moving vehicle), $7.50; Jeanne L. Larsen, 19, Grand Rand% ,,ioiation of basic rule, $51 Larry C. Stephens, 20, Wil- lamina, inadequate muffler, $5. CAN COUNT SAVIN Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John her mother, Mrs. Florence Agee and family of Salem were Corner of Sheridan. Ella re- guests at the home of his par- turned to Salem Sunday were ents, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Agee. she will continue with her schooling. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Pom- eroy and Roy had as Thanks- Mr. and Mrs. Steve Potter giving day dinner guests, her had as their Thanksgiving Day parents, Mr. and Mrs. John guests their son-in-law and Lienhart of Monitor, her niece, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Mr. and Mrs. Bob Boonostra and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kit- and Miss Donna Chapman of zerow of Portland and their Sheridan. Miss Clarice Potter daughter, Mrs. Jackte Eden, spent Thanksgiving Day at Cindy and Jeff and Walter Eden Reedsport with the Ogle family. of Sheridan. Jackte Eden and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilderand Mr. and Mrs. Jack Eden spent family of Toledo called at the at ELLINGSWORTH'S the holidays in eastern Oregon elk hunting. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Pomeroy attended the Town- send reunion in Mount Angel. Clifford Sanderlin came home from the University of Oregon for the holidays. Thanksgiving Day guests at the Sanderlin home were her mother, Mrs. Belle SmRh of Sheridan and her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Smith and family of McMinn- ville. Miss Ella Wilder of Salem spent the holidays at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilder. Thanksgiving Day guests at the Wilder home were their daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elsler and family of Toledo, Ella and Jean and AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY Rath Talbot ..... .President Call Helder .... Secretary VtsRlng members Welcome Meets 2nd Mondays, 8 P.M. Beef The way it has been rai the last couple of days Id think there is any doubt in one's mind that winter is ally here to stay. lVi0 Deer Creek was running full. Last winter Deer flooded in several places some families who live cl0,' the creek had to evacuate Stone and family of Agate Beach til the water went down. home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilder, Sunday eve- ning. Mrs. Harry Wilder's broth- er, Orien Corner of Newport, returned home from eastern Oregon Saturday. Orien had good enough luck to fill his elk tag with a big bull elk, 5 points on one side and six points on the other. His wife, Fern, was also lucky enough to fill her cow tag. Orien was report- RADI Cleaning and ed as saying it took him "23 muvt.....'. BODY SHOP days and 20 pounds" to bag his Main St. WlllaI12 elk. Ph. 876-3853 mt e oeim*m mm*mimwm'lmmdtimmbmmmmi*mn*eiommmmnmmaimmt mm INSURANCE PROBLEMS We Can Help You With Them Comprehensive- Life- Fire- Automobil00 142 S. ROAST FILL YOUR LOCKER WITH THESE ARM CUT ROAST AD EFFECTIVE THURS..SAT. OPTOMETRIST Office in Hantret Bldg. South Bridge Street843-68Tl THURSDAYS 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M. SATURDAYS 2 P.M. TO 6 P.M. EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT Health & Accident Insurance SACKETT & WRIGHT INSURANCE BRIDGE 84 FREE 2lb. s14s GROCERIES 6oz. 89 WORTH $20 ol! 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