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!er(ormer Sheridan Mailman ParLe For Kids Sheridan00o., o,.e. a&apos;f'.e.,. ., ,,e Father Of Area Mill Creek home of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Residents Dies By LOISNEAL Lye rites Of Travels In U S Enjoyed By All bettThmsnAcresandwerefamilYMr, andin Mrs.Cr" 848-2068 A.C. Thomson, Mr. and Mrs. Funeral services for Clove- The Mill Creek Community George Onnen, Mr. and Mrs. land Hinsha% brother of Mrs. club will meet Saturday, Dec. rs. Eva Frick of Sheridan Stayed for three weeks in New of the Mississippi, so are A Christmas party that Percy Pearson and family, Mr. Clara Turnidge of Wfllamina 21, at 7:45 p.m. for their reg- feived this letter from Ted Hampshire and Vermont, wait- having a wonderful trip. Have brought genuine happiness to and Mrs. Calvin Mickelson and and Mrs. Ore Jones of Sheri- ular monthly meeting and the Rer, formermailcarrierfor ing for the autumn colors to already taken over 300 color many was the one held Friday daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. dan, were held Wednesday, Deco presentation of a Christmas leers in Sheridan. It was develop, and it was sure worth slides, so am making somewhat evening at St. James hall for George Irvin of Minnesota. 18, in Springfield. He died at program. Dec. 7 from Ocala, Fla.: it! So brilliant and so extensive of a permanent record of our Yamhill County"s physically and that it was magnificent, travels, mentally handicapped children. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Yo- the age of 71 Saturday, Dec. 14 ons Greetings: Toured briefly the historical My Bend address, A.B. Hun- More than 50 of these child- cum will be hosts for an early in a Springfield hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Knut- A retired sawmill worker and son and children were in Port- a Year Does Roll By! sites in Boston, Plymouth, New ter, Quiet Hour Trailer Court, ten enjoyed the party, featur- Christmas Sunday at their home farmer, Hinshaw was born in land Monday evening to meet I was back in Bend York and Philadelphia, then S. Hwy 97, Bend, Oregon 97701 ing bowling and ping pang for for her family, having a smor- Buell and was a lifelong resi- their daughter, Solveig, at the lstafter completing my stopped fortwoweeksinGettys- is O.K. this year. Hope you the older children, bean bag gasbord and gift exchange, dent of the Willamette valley. Portland airport. Solveig at- winter"s trip thru Texas, burg. Kept busy looking at the are well and wishing you avery games and small table games Guests will be Mrs. Yocum"s Other sisters of Hinshaw's tends St. Olaf college in Min- Mexico, Colorado and Wyo- Battlefield Park which Is an Merry Christmas and a Happy for the younger ones, with sing- sister, Mr. and Mrs. W.H.KIn- who are known in this area are nesota and came home for the to Keith"s in Great Falls immense place, and visiting the New Year. ing and records for all. near and familyofPortland;her Myrtle Johnson and Viola Wll- holidays. visited there for a week Pennsylvania Dutch country- Ted Hunter Nut cup favors were made brother, Mr. and Mrs. E.M. They are all well and side. From there to Wash- by the Ta-Wa-Si Camp Fire Modrell and family, also of honing, both of Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Evers and oldest boy went intoactive ington, D.C. foraweek, totour Sheridan USNR girls of Amity; Sunshine Dairy Portlandi her son, Mr.andMrs. John wereSundaydinnerguests in the Navy, so there the Capitol and the Mall, Mr. provided orange drink; Dari- JohnPlummerandfourchildren CUb Yule Party at the home of her brother, Mro only two children at home Vernon and Arlington cemetery, gold, the ice cream and Arch- of McMlnnville andfather, W.E. and Mrs. Titus Hamilton. To me, the highlight was the Marl Get Start way the cookies for theparty. Modrell of Sheridan. Others The Little Church gave a to stay in Bend Smithsonian Institution, the I Also attendingwasalargegroup to join the group will be Doug Christmasy appearance for the andMrS'craig,Glenof GrandBeachy' JeanetteRondewere summer, but I was so in- kept my camera busy at the F of parents and members of the Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sew and Social club"s party Wednesday visitors at the Earl with the idea of making other places, too. Yamhill County Council for the Mulford. T[aining Duty Dec. 18. Featured were gay Nealhome. H a trip to the east coast On our way south we stopped Handicapped and the Yamhill swags, cones and holly and e I still felt like driving at the Turay Caverns in County AssociationforRetard- CaryRemtngton, stationed in chrysanthemum arrangementso Marl far, that I decided to do it, Virginia, then drove down thru ed Children, joint sponsors of Adak, AlaskawiththeU.S.Navy, A nice program was enjoyed S again in Auguest. Stayed the Blue Ridge Mountains and Sheridan Naval Reservist, the event, wrote home this week that they by 15 members. Wallowas for a week or the Great Smokies, before ar- Charles E. Moore, is schedul- A Santa Claus  came and pas- now have another 13 inches of then drove on to Spokane riving inFloridaforthewinter, ed to report Sunday, Dec. 22, sed out treats for allthe child- snow on top of an earlier nine New officers installed for ,,, ..n"era*:0n re my sister Joined me for By theway, we found it bere, too! to the San Diego (Calif.) Naval ren. inches. 1964 were president, Mrs.Hazel rest of the trip. Went into Was frosty the flrst three morn- Training Center for 14 days Page; vice-president, Mrs. from Great Falls and ings, then turned warmer, so it active duty training. He is a i Millie Hurd; and secretary- Marion N. Pond of the Naval the Trans-Canada highway was shirt sleeve weather again, seaman recruit with Naval Re- PLAN AHEAD treasurer, Miss Elsie Taylor. Air Force, UR8 Maintainance the continent. Had Expect to stay at various serve Electronics Division 13- --- A large box of party material Squadron, NAT wing PAC Moi- stly good weather and roads, places in Florida until mid- 11 in McMinnville. FOR was received for Falrvlew felt Field, Calif., home on leave eyed the trip very much, January, then start worklngour Another Sheridan reservist, Home at Salem. After an ex- and also on his honeymoon,was the Niagara Falls way slowly homeward across Seaman Apprentice Elmer I. "-" CHRISTMAS change of gifts, refreshments of admitted to General hospital in the Old French country the Southern States. Wouldlike Berkey, will begin sea duty Jell% assorted cookies, coffee McMinnvflle Dec. 9 for an ap- Quebec. Drove down to see the Mardis Gras in New training aboard the Destroyer '}" and grape juice were served, pendectomy. He was released New Brunswick and Nova Orleans, if possible. Escort USS McGlnty Sunday in EVENINGS Dec. 13. before crossing the This is the first time either Portland, according to Lt. Teachers Visit Coast Pond is the holder of the 1963 West Coast Unlimited into Maine, at Calais. my sister or I have been east Roger D. Andrus, commanding BY AF Ben- I st, 2nd & 4th Grade school faculties from Wrestling Championship of the officer of the reserve unit. ONLY Monday & Chapman and Faulconer Grade armed forces. BEA'S Seaman Recruit Bruce R. Wednesday schools and their families on- He is the son of Mr. and ill b Rogers, also of Sheridan, re- Edie- Joyed a big potluck and Christ- Mrs. Milan N. Pond of Grand w e Featuring turned to Reserve meetings BEAUTY SALON mas party at the beach home of Rondeo He also was activein Monday night, Dec. 9, after two Mondays & Mr. and Mrs. Morris Majors sports in the 1958 class atWil- pl weeks aboard the Destroyer USS 843-4102 { Thursdays on Sunday. The children bad a lamina High school and a Dis ayst Colahnn out of Long Beach, 113 E. MAIN ST. SHERIDAN' gift exchange and most of the 4-year letterman in football and Calif. This cruise was suppos- afternoon was spent visiting, wrestling. cked trees, ed to be a tour ofdutyintoMex- ican waters, but assassination / of President Kennedy brought )otted plants, cancellation of the plans, The training duty was conducted in :rrangements, waters off California. '--" OCEAN SPRAY I [or'rsageS'HolidayetC" Girl00_. r. ,;.Scuts :: Hi Kids Cranberry Sauce uu ,.,aro,,nu I WILL BE AT AGEE'S MARKETERIA rating Girl Scout Troop 471 enjoyed FRI. & SAT. DEC. 20 & 2 1 NALLEY'S 22 OZ JAR nd as gifts its Christmas party Monday evening at the home of their 10 AM to 4 PM BANQUET DILLS leader, Mrs. Lawrence Ellis, OR 843-6950 with the assistant leader, Mrs. DeArmond Bockes, assisting. Riverside Floral 139 S.Bridge-Sheridan Ne The Sheridan Snn, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursd, December 19. 1963 Holida 9 Turhe 9 Tips Listed Turkey is the traditional Am- erican holiday meat and roast- ing is still the favorite way of cooking it For good results in roasting that holiday bird, set the oven for 325 degrees F, says Elsie Clark, Polk county extension agent. Roast the turkey at this temperature and plan the roast- ing time so that the turkey will be done 20 to 30 minutes be- fore serving. The rest period helps make meat juicy and carv- ing easy, and gives you time to make the gravy. Sometimes you hear of per- sons roasting turkey at the low temperature of 200 degrees Fo This is not recommended be- cause such a low temperature creates conditions which en. Shower Honors New Bride Mrs. Richard Davis (Judy Browning) was honored at a wedding shower, Wednesday evening, Dec. 11, given at the home of Mrs. Robert Hulett, with Mrs. Hulett as hostess and Mrs. Bruce Williams as co-hostess. Games were played and after Mrs. Davis opened her many lovely gifts, refreshments were served. Those present besides the hostess, co-hostess and guest of honor were Mesdames Gor- dan Sisk. Ted Isaak, Orlo Teatter, John Morris, ALfred Anderson, Glen Easthurn, Carl Vaughn, Alma Kroh, Harland O'Brian, Dick Pearce, Teouk Harter, Alvin Miller, Ercil Davis and Robert Browning and Miss Connie Sisk, Miss Carmen Sisk and Yvonne Miller. cottage bacterial growth. The re)mmended temperature of 324 degrees F produces very go results. A modification of the very low temperature roasting (and posSibly safer) is the procedure of starting at a searing temper- ature of 400 to 450 degrees F for 20 minutes and 250 degrees F for the remainder of the roasting time. HI-WAY THEATRE i FRI.-SAT. DEC. 20-21 FIRST RUN HIT "WALL OF NOISE  With TY HARDIN SUSAN PLESHETTE "'--PLUS--', AUTO RACING AT ITS B EST ' CHECKPOINT  SAT. MAT. AT 2:15 "ABBOTT & COSTELLO MEET THE KEYSTONE COPS  ALSO -,,-- "FOOTBALL HIGHLIGHTS OF 1963" 303 $1 CANS 3 '"'$1 :,;'<,:,:,,:, WITH TREATS FOR THE KIDDIES SALAD OLIVES You. c.o,c :::::::::::::::::::::: the leaders, wet Christmas caroling at the convalescent %::i!iii::i::::::ii:i:i ............ :i: 9Ai home and to shut-ins about town, ==========================================  FIN ER FOODS A At the home of Mr and Mrs. " : OYSTERS 5 Rex Brown, they were invited * CANS in for hot home-made donuts and cocoa. Afterward they returned to the basement of the Ellis home for a party and gift exchange. GIFTS THAT KEEP '---u, ON OIVINO ]_ Di iChenmaid t FOR MANY f '#a___fJ- . _ I HAPPY L .o:,2o,//'ors [ f  G  e eecre e ecoL e: O 00 -- ',, _ - t co r" ,i or. * < , #,,'.ze ,"" ,,4 ,----- 0 LO "it R., ,,, ,,,ou0, ,,, ,,0,, ! I .:, ..... SOFA BED And Chair Set, Reg, $239. $189.00 t Fully ( Prices HIDE-A-BED Oe (1) O.ly g. $229. $179.00 Guaranteed LIVING ROOM SET 2 1%. zOOo Nyo. C .... In Toast keg, S219 $159.001 I LIVING lOaM SET :a,hl ..... ,t Reg. $389. $329.00 2 PC Reg $349 $279 OO - LIVING ROOM SET Go;,ou. T,e.try .... I I"llllkllP  II"llllifflllli il 1'=II = 8 Pcs Buffett & Hutch Reg. $419, $349 O0 IllqllN Im Oz=/Big Table, 2 Arm Chalrs 4 Side._ '.'.,.. NICE FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE 1 OPEN 8:30 TO 5:30 DALLY EXCEPT SUNDAY n I 16 S. BRIDGE STREET SHERIDAN PH. 843.3464 I YOUNG TOM & HEN TURKEYS LB39 COUNTRY STYLE SAUSAGE OYSTERS ,,,,, JAR3Y BONELESS HAMS ) ALL AT BONE IN HAM . COMPETETIVE CANNED HAMS ) ,, PRICES Reynolds [ Snowdrift COFFEE 59 ,o. ]59' I LB 57 NESTLE ' llq HOT COCOA MIX .t, l.v 1 LB 0 2 LB 1 CAN U7 .. TASTEwELL OR WESSON MAYONNAISE OU=T 47 SWANSDOWN CAKE MIX VERY MERRY XMAS WESSON OIL PLANTERS MIXED NUTS 13 OZ CAN NABISCO SNACK Crackers YOUR CHOICE PKG SWANSDOWN ANGEL FOOD MIX PKG i F!OUR CELERY HEARTS .,,o 19' 79 RiE FROZEN 10;OGZ 19 E eS MARKETERIA AD EFFECTIVE FHURS. THRU TUESDAY DEC. 19.24