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The two troopswill divide the proceeds. Another trek for mistletoe will be made next Saturday morning, as the Portland Scouts want 1200 bags to sell. Don Cooley's Boy Scout Troop 262 will start their annual Christmas tree sale Dec. 7. They will also sell holly this year and perhaps wreaths. Crown Zellerbach Tree Farm at Grand Rondo and the Bureau of Land Managerment are providing the Scouts with the trees, which already are cut. They will come from the High Heaven area. Scouts of Troop 262 have placed boxes in local stores for foodstuffs and used toys that are in good shape and do not need repairing. These are for distribution to families in the Sheridan area at Christmas. time. Shower Honor Told Mrs. Allen Lochner of Salem was honored with a kitchen shower at the Paul Kllmer home in Gooseneck Tuesday, Nov. 26 at 1 p.m. Mrs. Jeane Ab- bott was co-hostess for the event. The afternoon was spent visiting and the gifts were open- ed. Refreshments were served to the honored guest and Mrs. John Kaufman, Mrs. Bill Cruickshank, Mrs. Fred Rhodes, Mrs. Charles Lone- ford and Mrs. Glenn Lochner. Unable to attend but sending gifts were Mrs. Homer Hert- zler, Mrs. Fern Warrix, Mrs. Bertha Lockwood, Mrs. Don Strnnk, Mrs. Gertrude Holben, Mrs. RosalleSmlth, Mrs. Char- les Wilhelm, Miss Sharon Kil- .......... ......... We Can Help You With Them Comprehensive- Life- Fire- Automobile Health & Accident Insurance SACKETT & WRIGHT INSURANCE 142 S. BRIDGE 843-4712 =,, l-- t d, ,/, GRAND RONDE -- Annual Grand Ronde Grade School Christmas program will be held Thursday night, Dec. 19, at 8 p.m., according to an an- nouncemeat from Principal Ted Hinshaw. This year's program will in- clude a play, "Christmas Comes To Hamblin," in which 45 students from all grades will participate. In charge of the production will be two teach- ers, Mrs. Audrey Miller and Addison Harrison. Decorations will be handled by the upper grades, under the direction of Mrs. Eula Petite. FIRST Sheridan Briefs Sees Hospital, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Beards- lee, Richard Mogel and Diane Gabbert, all students at the University of Oregon, spent the Thanksgiving holiday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Beardslen. On Saturday afternoon, invited guests enjoying a visit with the group were Mr. and Mrs. Leland Sack•it, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wright, Robert Clore, Karlene Scherpf, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Vorhees, Sro, and Larry and Mrs. GoS. Healy. On Sat- urday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McKinley and family were dinner guests and showed pictures of their recent trip to Puerto Rico, where they visited Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Beardslee and family. Visits Church Sheridan Rainbow girls Donna Sloan, Louise Sloan, Luana Smith, Jeannie Wlrfs, Patty Thompson, Linda Holmes, Donna Evans, Karen Henton, Mother Advisor Mrs. Dean Holmes and Father Advisor Virgil Sloan attended the Metho- dist church service Sunday morning as a group. After the services, the girls accompanied their mother ad- visor and Mrs. Eugene Mc- Kinley to the Shrine hospital in Portland where the girls took gifts, visited the children and had a tour of the hospital. The girls enjoyed dinner and a show before returning home. Kids Aid PTA With Project GRAND RONDE -- Grand Ronde Grade school children had an opportunity this week to share in the PTA's annual "Operation Christmas Spirit" project, as they started bringing canned goods and useable toys to help fill Christmas boxes for needy families of the com- munity. An appropriate gift will be given the room gathering the most articles. Sheridan Student Practice Teaching At Sheridan High Linfield College, McMinn- ville--Gary Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lo R. Williams of 347 N. E. Hill Street of Sheri- dan, is among Linfleld college students practice teaching at public schools inthe Willamette Valley thls semester. Williams is teaching physical education at Sheridan High school. I Birthday Calendar I Sheridan High School Band Community Birthday Calendar sends greetings this week to Floyd Wolfenbarger, Julia El- lis, Donald Moore, "Viola Nlsly, Mrs. W.E. Haddon, Joey Japel, Patrick M a r k e e, Veoleta Moore, John Hamilton, Corine Ehnes, Nadine Stuck, Dan Yo- der, Keith Cook, Barbara Knut- son, Linda Holmes and wedding congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hiatt. [ Most of these students are seniors and expect to become teachers next fall. The practice teaching program is one of the final steps in their educational study before graduation. They are at McMinnville senior and Junior high schools, South and North Salem high schools, Leslie and Parrish junior high schools in Salem, and Newberg, Wlllamiua, and sheridan high schools, practice teaching in subjects from short- hand to music. UsuaUy they receive six semester hours credit for prac- tice teaching. The student teacher observes class room activity and assists teacher and student whenever possible. For several weeks during the sem- ester, the Linfield student is in charge of the class and does the actual teaching. The entire program is super- vised by the Linfield Education Department. PICK.UP TIRES GUARANTEED 1941 The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, December 12, 1963 5 Mabel Mellema ,=igmamiwe.i.m • we • wmin n, i= • ..=.imi • i==m=il. = • m tmmm=wlall==m=.wwiw=e=i.  m==wmw •,, . • • u .w a,m • ,,  • ••= • •= • •••m. *• .• Saturday night, Nov. 7, Mr. and Mrs. Jim McClellan Of In- LINE - TOP GRADE- LOWEST PRICES SINCE COME IN AND SEE 'ION TREAD HIGHWAY TREAD DON'T DELAY COME IN TODAY PHONE: BRUCE WILLIAMS 843-2832 ERNEST YODER 843-4531 or BROTHERS PECK ONE MILE EAST OF VALLEY JUNCTION PHONE - UPTOWN 9-2172 (GRAND RONDE) III I Mr, and Mrs. Melvin Brooks and family of Tillamook spent Melvin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.H. Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. Onnie John- Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Kilmer son celebrated their 18th wed- report their son, Lonnle, has Monday Nov. 9 at the home of dependence were visitors at the ding anniversary Saturday completed his five week phase home of the Everett Small family. evening with dinner inMcMinn- of school, and is now on job villeo training at the Pentagon. FREE-- Sheridan Bakery 'li ii CAKE and SPECIAL CAKE DONUTS DOZ. 49 ข 144 S. BRIDGE ST. SATURDAY, DEC. 14th 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Come/n--have a cup of coffee and help us celebrate the occasion. We are looking forward to meeting and getting better acquainted with everyone in Sheridan. Remodeled... Spick- & - Span Facilities '1 I IIII I UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT OF DICK SWINNEY 84!I-.4715  x . BIG ] F.t00vi00;00,eE 1 ; CHRISTMAS .,S.MOBNLE... O; the nicest way to say, VALUES! """"' CHRISTMAS, Exciting gifts for the entire family! MOM!" 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