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8 The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, December 12, 1963 Dh Buell Grange Vocal Trio Gopher Valley Go, er To Spread Seeing Surge Hosts Deputy OOW.,+ in Sheridan Saturday. She had been staying at the home of State Grange Deputy Ted Sims of Corvallis was a special visi- tor at the regular meeting of the Buell Grange Tuesday eve- ning. The Grange draped their charter for the late President Kennedy. A bill was paid for finishing the floor in the dining room of the remodeled grange hail Next project is to gravel and refinish the grange parklngarea at the hail It also was voted to install a mercury vapor lamp outside the hail for better light- ing. Plans are shaping up for the start of the juvenile Grange, of which Mrs. Esther Hartley of Grand Ronde will be leader. The Grange will assist a needy family for Christmas and will hold its own Christmas par- ty Dec. IS, starting with a pot- luck at 6 p,m. at the hall for all members and their families. Members will take candy and popcorn to the hall Saturday night to be sacked. In recognition of 4-H Club work, the Grange assisted with the expense fund of sendlngJolm Grimes, Polk County extension agent, to Chicago recently. He is head of all the 4*H work in Polk county. On Dec. 30 at Rlekreall, all new officers for Granges in Polk county will be Installed at a joint ceremony. Yule Cheer In Buildings Three Sheridan women and one from Wlllamin% forming a vocal trio with piano accom- paniment, will start in the next few days to sing Christmas carols and other numbers at convalescent homes. The vocal trio includes Mrs. Bill Kersavage, Mrs. Clayton Markee, and Mrs. Garland Ken- dall, with Mrs. Arnold OReilly as pianist. Their project is under the sponsorship of the McMlnnville Eagles auxiliary, of which they are members. The auxiliary will have Its annual Christmas party Dec. 17, starting with a turkey dinner, followed by a Christ= ross program, a tree and Santa Claus. Mrs. Kendall is drill captain for the organization, which now boasts a team of eight,withnew uniforms. They made their first appearance when the state president, Mable Thomas of Tfllamook, made her official visitation, then appeared at Newberg anxfliary to put on floor work. Heads Set For Lodge Heading Sheridan's Masonic lodge the coming year will be G u s t Gustafson, worshipful By JEAN WILDER GOPHER VALLEY - There have been a few new buildings going up in Gopher Valley the last several months. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bird have built a home on the former Taylor place. Mr. and Mrs. Roy K. Bird and family have a new home on the site of the lower valley school house. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cook and family of California have built a new home on the former Lawrence Berkey place. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilder are building a fruit house, work shop, garage, and woodshed all under one roof. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hansen have been remodeling their home and it is reported that Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Carcuff have done some remodeling. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Wax have purchased a plot of ground from the Jake Gravers and have their foundation up, but will not start the building until spring. The Wax's are from Dallas. Yule Event Is Planned SHERIDAN A Christmas concert will be given by the her daughter, Mrs. Alta San- derlin. Mrs. Niilo Koivu and Pam of Wfllamina called on Mrs. Claude Pomeroy Thursday. Valleu By JEAN WILDER -- . te mm,ee=eeeme,enltiimimlinlODillimal Michael spent Sunday at the home of her mother, Mrs. Mag= gie McCuthens of Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Michael and Jody and Mrs. Maggie Mc- Cuthens of Salem were Thanks- giving dinner guests at the home of Mr. and M r So William Michael. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Long and family of Salem were Sun- day guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith and Jason were Friday night supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy K. Bird. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Agee called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garringer Sun- day evening. Mrs. Margret Nielson called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Agee Friday evening. Mrs. James Oldham and fam- ily called at the home of her mother, Mrs. Josie Jenkins of Dayton Dec. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Pom- eroy were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Niilo Koivu and family of Wiliamina Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gross and family have been Ill all week with the flu and colds. Frank Marrow has driven to Long Creek to attend the fnner- al of his grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Bernice Myers and son were Saturday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garringer. Thanksgiving guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garringer were her sister, Mr. and M r s. Merle Hicks and Wayne, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Shepard, all of Lafayette, and Miss Dee Dun- walt of Salem. Ooosenech By MRS. PAUL KILMER Mrs. Paul Kilmer and Mrs. Howard Nice were Tuesday luncheon guests of their sister, Mrs. Bud Miller of Lake Oswego. They drove into Port- land to visit their little niece, Karlene Waefer, who has been hospitalized for several months. Enroute home they visited their brother, Cliff Wwefer, in the Salem General hospital. Miss Marjie Strunk visited her parents, the Don Strunks, during the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Brown and Sheridan Briefs Gary Remington of the U.S Navy was sent to Adak, Alaska following his recent leave. He expects to be stationed there until August, when his three years will be up and he will receive his discharge. He writes home that they now have nine inches of snow at Adak. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Bride attended the Tri- County, (Marion, Polk and Yamhlll) Postmasters dinner and annual Christmas party Saturday even- ing at the Golden Pheasant rest aurant in Salem. Grand Ronde's postmistress, Harriet House and her two clerks also attended. Mr. and Mrs. John McMlllan have opened a new business on Main Street in Wiliaminao Named the "Scotchman's", it consists of a snack bar, inside miniature golf course and other games, designed for the rec- reation of the entire family. The Junior class play, 'Pio- neer, Go Home" was well at- tended both nights it was pre- sented. Following Friday's per- formance, the entire play cast enjoyed a delightful party at the home of Miss Marilyn Bride. The 25 present in- cluded the director, Mrs. Fern Eberhart and Mrs. Roberta Widness. Password was played and everyone enjoyed visiting and hashing over the play. Re- freshments, including a cake baked and decorated by San- dee Langley, with the in- scription "Pioneer, Go Home" on ihe top, were served. Winer "Butch" Melonuk is now on a destroyer at Phil- adelphia, Pa. He was station- ed at Treasure Island at San Francisco until September, when he had a naval leave, after which he attended school in Rhode Island until his new assignment. Mrs. Lfllian Davis of Ver- nonia, who conducted the an- nual school- of-inst ruction in Sheridan Monday evening for Eastern Star members, was an overnight guest of Mrs. Bert Teats. Mrs. Davis is thegrand conductress of the Grand Chap- ter of Oregon. The Ray Reesers have mov- ed from Hill street to South Bridge street, in the home formerly occupied by the Dale Cooley family. Mrs. Fred Spooner enter- tained her bridge club Wednes- day evening, with Mrs. Walt lvie and Mrs. Winnifred Bay- liEs as guests. Mrs. Hugh Cooley and Mrs. Jerry Lund- holm won high scores and Mrs. Cooley and Mrs. Ivie the slam prizes. The next meeting will be the club's annual Christ- mas party. Members of the Methodist WSCS Circle No. 4 had their annual Christmas party Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Garland Kendall, with Mrs. Florence Fisher as co- hostess. Following the regu- lar meeting, an exchange of gifts was featured and a des- sere lunch was served. Citg Fathers Slate Session Second regular Sheridan City Council meeting of the month will be held Monday night at city hall, according to a re- minder from City Recorder Bob Wells. Among business matters to come before the council prob- ably will be further discus- sion on the West Main Water association. A contract be- tween the group and the city for construction of a water line to an area west of the city, at association members' expense, is being formulated. Smoke Fills Market Blue smoke filled the store when employee at Ellingsworth Supermarket opened the doors Tuesday morning. Cause of the dark cloud, ac- cording to owner-manager Hart Hendricks was a small motor in the egg casewhich shorted, set- ting insulation on fire. master;seniorFlOyd EdmistOnwarden; Of FredSa- Sheridan high school band and RalphOn MondaYHansen helpedmrning'flll boxesMrS" two childrenweekendofEdmonds,Wash.guests of Mr.and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Nisly Mrs. Fred Spooner and Link VA1L glY lem, choir Dec. 16 at 8 p.mo in the were and daughters were Sundaydin- attended the Capital.Journal's F,xmm Lmwsuitm Spooner, Junior warden; Virgil high school auditorium. There with candy for the Grand Ronde Mrs. Loyal Abbott and family, ner guests of Mrs. and Mrs. annual banquet and Christmas WlY Sloan, senior deacon; Charles will be no admission charge Methodist church. In the aft- Saturday evening the group was Bufford ShafandfamilyatGrand party Saturday held in the new Standard, Junior deacon; Her- and the public is invited to at- ernoon, she visited with Mr. visiting at the Leroy Burroughs Ronde. The occasion honored banquet room of the Senator GB0WS man Smith of Willamina, senior tend. and Mrs. Howard Wooden of home at Fort Hill. Mrs. Nisly on her birthday Hotel in Salem, A workshop steward; Ralph Hanse% Junior The 4S-piece band and voice Gold Creek. anniversary and Lyal Shaf, who session was held in the morning steward; Eugene McKinley, choir, directed by Robert Be- Mrs. Ralph Hansen was a Mr. and Mrs. Derald Has- was celebrating his eighth prior to the dinner. Secretary | REASONS "|||WgV marshall; Manley Thurber, til-lieu, will present a variety of guest of Mrs. Mary Grauer at tetler of Albany and LorenNice birthday, of State Howell Appling was er; Maurice Martin, Wiliamina Christmas carols and popular the Bellevue Garden club meet- were Saturday evening and guest speaker. He afterwards grade school music teacher, Christmas tunes. Charlotte ing held at the home of Mrs. overnight guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert L.Par- drew three namesofvalleycor- I & guest or t2&deEDItl You Should U, chaplain; Loll Hamstreet, Cast will accompany the choir. Graver Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Paul Kllmer and Cal. dini of Belmont, Callfo were respondents forasplendldcam- liPl  yOt tlat W 05 treasurer; and Mel Agee, sec- retary. Mr. and M r s. William Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lochner Oregon visitors and Thanks- era outfit. First name drawn  Oil yOt  yO AI ,,seV-man IPC 4 Masons and Eastern Star Rainbow Girls of SalemvisitedSundaywithher giving Day guests of her was that of Link Spooner, the llablefordBut[mb- members andtheirfamflieswlll DR. VICTOR E. JOHNSON parents, Mr. and Mrs. John parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sheridan correspondent. Me liability  you full and eomplete pro- have apotluckSaturdayevening, Official Kaufman and family. J. Lawrence of Sheridano Santa Slates  --  " OU=J,r.m,u, bumD at 7 p.m. wlthopen installation Host Chir0practJc Physician memtL  it 18 one o " for ceremonies for the new officers f Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Banning Mrs. WeE Lady served a S h i d W-- qrJMI41 tlllllL to be held afterward. HOURS: and children ofsalemwereSun- luncheon Thursday to 12 mere- er an Stop to b,y. Letka= t,n you Firemen Soak Many Visitors .ooo+o.,.o+o. day visitorsattheLoyalAbbott bers oftheLoyalMothersclub Meseagns humming back and about it. 9.12 THURSDAY & SATURDAY home. at her home, after which"500" forth between Sheridan and San= was played. Mrs. Ada Graver ta's North Pole headqtmrters Call 843.4764 1. Emeofhondll.gl. spry BIDze 011 Roof Official visltationof the GENERAL PRACTICE- Mr. and Mrs. PauIKilmer, and Mrs. GarlandKendallheld have brought arrangemets for LOE HSILIT equipment Grand Worthy Advisor of Ore- Cal, Sharon and Mr. and Mrs. high scores and Mrs. Fred Ed- a Saturday afternoon visit of 2. Slo In sg|FnsM gon Rainbow girls was con- LAB & X.RAY Derald Hostetler and Leroy son the consolation. Mrs. Ches- Santa Claus at The Mer% ac- longer Damages of about $100 have ducted Thursday evening, Dec. Miller of Portland were Sun- ter Mulkey was honored on her cording to Elwin At Heilingero UllaE 5, with the Sheridan Assembly 876-3302 day dinner guests of Mr. and birthday anniversary by the All Sheridan youngsters are been reported as result of a of Rainbow. The visitation was 188 s. MAIN-WIMN Mrs. Bob Swartzentruber and club. Mrs. Murl Munson will invited to chat with Old St.Nick 3. rtldeb ,at G |kiuld, small rooffireattheJackRoper co-hosted by the Checowan As- , Block South of Bridge Jeff of McMlnnville. be the next hostess, from 2 to 4 p.m. for Io,r {mt residence Tuesday afternoon, sembly of Yamhill. The blaze was extinguished in. Rainbow members  i i i m   i  i i i i     i   Visiting 4. Con b@ uad wlth hart b 1 knv,I D s order y Sheridan Voltm- for the visitation of Miss Judy " i +-m+  .d/ ..("1" " .iz'  " " 1 teer Firemen. Beck of Canby were present .,.X? .,t.  .'Y ..!. 1@ -.' _A 4 . "=," m    . No premlxlng Im  According to Chief Cecil A. from assemblies from Amity, . ,'_ qc "r " ? " '" mllwr Harrisn' the blaze at the hme' Newberg' McMinnvllle and DaY" three \\;l/ pl ght  _;?: dli!  d0  #t ,,,11,,, leJM mP about one and a half miles south- ton. Also attending were three ,.' ........... -.,,. -.-.- t.,ailor-', --O%, west of tOwn on Red Prairie Grand Representatives, 21 more road, was caused by embers or visiting Mother Advisors and I -'- "'" 7, No phto-toxJ a burning-out chimney. The WorthYand Mrs.PatronGustandGustafsonMatrn Mr.of i +'- ., l, + ? alarm was answered at 4:45 :::  : . _ _tVt. Sheridan Chapter 89 Order of  :::k. p.m. Eastern Star, as well as . 4::. Contact your nlolllt '. IIIIIIEIIIIIIIlUlIIIIIIIIIIIII Eugene McKinley, worshipful , dealer or New & Used Masterlodge. Specialf Sheridanguest wasMaSniCMrs. I "+ :' .................. ::ii ........... +@ " HIPMAN GLASS Ruth Cox of Carlton, grand de- i +++ '++ ir'L]'l_Al, i["' Insurance Jobs A Specialty puty of the International Order of Rainbow for Girls. She was .a a=.,v==v,= --- -.-. . accompained by her mother, 6200 NW St. Hel..$ RMd Mtshler Wreckers Mrs. Lena I Isnsen of Carlton. Portland, Oregon Wallace Bridge Checowan Assembly ex 1 WiJlamina 876-2432 emplifled the balloting and Sheridan Assembly had the i iilimmOtO opening and closing cere- monies.  GOWNS , ROBES, SLIPS MAN n. MAN kers for various members at  ARE GIFTS OF LASTING BEAUTY THAT the Eastern Star-Masonlc Home  YOU CAN GIVE WITH PRIDE... ;/ at Forest Grove; clothing for THOSE NEW SIXTY.FOURS children at the Shriners Has- :'? WALTZ GOWNS AND /. . / pital in Portland; playground  LONG GOWNS ..... $6.00 SLIPS ..... $4.00 & $6.00 .] ARE SIMPLY WONDERFUL' equipment fr Camp Rhndoden" I 00E,0 R T O TAMI SWEATERS dronforthe haudicappedchild- " ""  oes ..... $14.98 PANTIES.....$1.00  $1.69 ;"'i ren and enough postage stamps for the elderly residents at the Masonic Home. Members of Checowan Assembly honored Miss Beck [] with a degree, and featuring 00dHlllT9 MAKE TERRIFIC flower pots of greenery and  --.-.---....,,. 1-  CHRISTMAS GIFTS v': roses, among which was tucked currency to help with Miss To win his widest grin of  A WIDE SELECTION OF STYLES ..... !| Beck's projects. SheridanAss- approval on Christqas ^ A WONDERFUL ARRAY OF COLORS.  embly had a degree in which morning, give him hand- $ 98 t9| two members, Donna S1oan and some sport shirts like these % 8 TO-IL- \\; LindaHImes'weredressedas I to add new sparkle to his O'P7i SHIP N SHORE : ' REMEMBER WFa two letters and presented post- . m ,, OTHER SWEAT_.._ ;. age for the Masonic Home pro- casual wardrobe.  $3.98 TO $8.98 dl Ject. The letters were ad- dressed to Miss Beck, 3 t04 $ 49 $ 98 Afterwards, the 90 per- . .. sons in attendance were served punch and cake, which was in WE HAVE A WONDERFUL DEAL, TOO, WHEN the form of a decorated letter. BLOUSES ' WOOL AND PART WOOL ARE A DELIGHT TO GIVE Sh AND A PLEASURE TO WEAR... We Gift IT COMES TO THE FINANCING. STOP IN! erldan Man SPORT SHIRTS CHOOE,RO OUR ^RG p For I  S--95 S" "95 COLLECTION Christmas*** VIsits Parents 5 to 11 s3s0 t0 $5.00 Merle Wright, son of Mr. and  # Mrs. Noah Wright of RE. 2, Box [] 181, Sheridan, has Just cam- MEN'S I SUd; ACC0101'S INSUIED pleted a fourteen day visit with his parents. Merle completed SWEATERS TO OlO nine weeks training for the U.S. Navy at the recruit training SLIP OVERS AND COAT STYLES center in San Diego, Calif. A GOOD CHOICE OF STYLES Merle left Sheridan Saturday, 1 AND COLORS IN ORLON AND THE Dec. 7, for Memphis, Tenn. where he will report to the WOOL COMBINATIONS naval aviation electronic school s/,s to s12 's for approximately 20 weeks. I YOUNEED iI HEV litl)$ttt L I N C O L N B A N K I SUNSHINE MILK I SANTA WILL BE AT +.. I , QUALITY I O1 TAWr, ORggON Iqou LL NEVER FORGET[ I THE MERC. I' S-'"'"""'"'""'-YUNSHINE DAIR l" , AF ERN(ON :! TO4 Oudm Wfllmm._lm4s COME AND SEE HIM!l! 1 H E I LI N(E R'S DEP0000TMENT STORE tJ2 S. BRIMS $11'. 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