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i b t Gooseneck m eaR Be miii.wmisml nlln.mginwm L le r, and Mrs. Fred Rhodes Paul, CbKilmer, Loyal and fmfly were among the Steve Abbott, Lloyd Lockwood ts for a "Christmas At and son attended the annual e", at the home of his Father-Son Football Banquet r, Mrs. Earl Boyd in Port- Thursday evening at Wlllamina  &,day. grade school. Homer Hertzler suf- Mr. and Mrs. AI Lochnerand painful injuries when she Joan Kanfman of Salem were at work at a Salem can- Saturday overnight guests of She willbeunabletowork their parents, Mr. and Mrs. some time, John Kaufman and family Sat- urday evening the group attend- Charles Lonsford and ed the Bostwtck-Holmes wed- children left last Wednes- ding in McMinnville. for Fairfax Calif. to attend wedding of her son, James, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nice Pamela Pace on Sunday. and family, Mr. and Mrs Bob visited with relativesinSan Swartzentruber and Jeff were and returned tothetr Sunday dinner guests of Mr.and he late Monday. Mrs Paul Kilmer and Cal. In the afternoon they drove to Brownsville where they visit- ed their uncle Henry Wolfer. who is critically ill. Coming home they visited inAlbny with their parents, Mr. and Mrs Hugh Woifer and Mr. and Mrs. Derald Hostetlero In Salem Sunday evening they visited their brother, Clifford Woifer in the Salem General Hospital. Mrs. Dennis Overholser of Seattle visited her parents the Homer Hertzlers, and brought her sister, Janelle home, after spending several weeks visiting t at the Overholser home. Frank Propes Is at home now recuperating following surgery. They are hoping he t will be well enough by Christ- man so they can spend the Christmas holidays with rela- tives and friends in Southern California and Mr and Mrs. Frank Adams are planning to MAY SERENITY be In Blingham, wash. for Christmas. AND PEACE BE Sanday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Kaufman and family were Edward Kaufman .Y 0 U R S T HI S .d Larry O Lebaop and Mr. and Mrs. Major Moreloek of CHRISTMAS AND McMinnville, Mr and Mrs, AI Loelmer and Jcan Kaufman of Salem, THRU THE YEAR' Gopher Valle,.q COAST TO COAST Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilder, STORE PAUL & DOROTHY SYDENHAM Imliiililii ' The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregonp Thursday, December 19, 1963 SANTA WILL BE AT ELLINGSWORTH'S SHERIDAN STORE (Sheridan Store Only) i 12-30 Friday, December 20th Free CANDV For The T 5 ! F,RII:PHOT?S 2-4P.M. free "' P.M. . ., With Snntn BALLOONS I I Aid, Service Given Area Masons Install People By Salvation Army New Officers During the past 12 monthsp 31 instances of welfare relief have been dispensed by the Sheridan Salvation Army Ser- vice Extension unit for men, women and children, accord- ing to A. J. Paulrich, unit chairman and Art Hebert, treasurer of the group. Service by The Salvation Army White Shield Home and Hospital has been given in be- half of unmarried expectant 'mothers to be'.. ,Days care for mothers and babies amount- ing to $990 in Yamhiil county. "Our gratitude is extendalto Salvation Army Friends of this area who have made the above possible/' Paulrich stated. Gopher Valley by Jean Wilder Mrs. Ralph Hansen attended the Senior Citizens monthly birthday dinner Friday, was the 80th birthday anniversary of her mother, Mrs. Florence Corner. Mr. and Mrs.Jack He.street and son Jerry, of Milwauki% and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shores of St. John were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hem- street. Jack Hemstreet is a brother and Mrs. Shores is a niece of Steve Hemstreet's. Mrs. Jackie Eden Jeff and Cindy of Sheridan were Sunday afternoon callers at the homeof her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Pomeroy. Sunday afternoon guests of Mr and Mrs. James Oldham and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Michael  McMlnt- ville. Last year The SalvationArmy gave aid to one out of every thirteen persons in the State of Oregon, on the average, with some type of service. Included in this, of course is the tra- ditional Christmas Welfare service. In addition to this, the welfare departments of the Army are active in city and rut= al areas as well. Jobless, trans- ient men and families, as well as local persons, are given emergency aid; missing per- sons are found, prisoners and their families are helped. To give the above aid, and to give the program greater coverage this year, The Salvation Army is conducting an appeal to com- munitles such as this by letter to those not ordinarily asked For Next Year Jay Sechrlst was installing officer Saturday evening for the open installation ceremony for new officers of Sheridan Ma- sonic Lodge 64. For the past 16 years he has installed in- surance man Loft Ha,street as an officer of the Sheridan Lodge The past several years he has served as treasurer. Installed as worshipful mas- ter was Gust Gustafson; Floyd Edmiston of Salem, seniorar- den; Fred Spooner Junior war- den; Virgil Sloan, senior dea- con; Charles Standard, Junior deacon; Herman Smith of Wit- Ella Wilder and Rose Mary Frienger of Toledo called on Mr and Mrs. Harry Wilder on their way home from Salem Saturday night. Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Oldham was his cousin, Jack Kilsey of Carl- ton. Mr and Mrs. Andy Haugen were Saturday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. O.C. Vantress of Tillamook. They visited with relatives Sunday, then returned home in the evening. to give assistance to the Christ- mas relief program. The Sal- vation Army is compelled to do this because it does not have sufficient funds to meet demands. Gifts may be sent to the chairman of the local area at the following address: A.J. Panlovich, c/o Treasurer Art Hebert, U.S. National Bank, Sheridan. lamina, senior steward; Ralph Hasen, Junior steward; Eugene McKinley, marshall; Manley Thurber, tiler; Maurice Mar- tin of Willamina, chaplain; and Melvin Age, secretary. Don Medehall, a past master, was installing marshall. A turkey dinner for Masons and their families preceded the installation, held in the IOOF Hall. Ballstc Mabel Mellema n m = =m m  mm m m m  m ommmw = = mmmS . 0  e =mam .o Mrs. L. Whitney of Dallas is a house guest of her daughter Mrs. Ezra Kilmer and family. Mr. and Mrs Charles Kadell and children, Bobby and Anita, plan to spend the Christmas holidays in West Llnnwiththelr married daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vincent and family. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Page visited Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Asbury at Red Prairie. On Friday, the Floyd Pages and Roy Page visited in Mc- Mlnnville at the home of their aunt and uncle, Ruth and Charlle Patriquen and at the L.E. Page hom e. Mrs. Marie Miller of Port- land spent Monday and Tuesday at the home of her parents,Mr. and Mrs. E.D. SmaLl and sister, Gladys. ihll#bn 00hool News The intermediate room elec- ted new room officers. They are Cheri Herbert, president; Shelly Russell, vice-president; and Anita Kadell, sergeant-at- arms. On Thursday, Dec 12 Mr. and Mrs. Douwe Mellema visited in Tiliamook at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pier Wynia. On Sunday the Mellemas were dinner guests of Mrs. MeN lema's sister, Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Cation in Newberg. The Everett Small family spent the evening Saturday with their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Jim McClellan inIndependevce. Little Tammy Gould is now able to bear some weight on the foot she burned in a vapor- izing solution recently. family of Salem spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Agee. Harry MeKibben of North Ho- well, near Salem, was renewing aquaintance with friends here one day recently. McKibben was raised at Bailston and received all his schooling here. He and his wife, Valet, lived here prior to moving to their present home. Mr. and Mrs. Everett SmaLl and children visited Mr. and Mrs. Lee Clark Sunday afternoon at the home of the Clark's son - in - law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Van Cleave in Salem. They report Mrs. Clark is making satisfactory progress following her Dec. 4 surgery. Mr and Mrs. Jimmy DeJong alsocalled on the Clarks the same after- noon. Mrs. Edna Tufford plans to spend Christmas in Eugene at the home of her brother-in- law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Silvis. Students are putting up Santa Visits Fellowship Christmas pictures and some i THE VALLEY CLEANERS J made ornaments from bottles. The Ballston Sunday School LLOYD & VIOLA NISLY The third, fourth and fifth is planning a Christmas pro- grades made Christmas cards gram Sunday December 22 at Group Gives Out Gifts; for Mr. Patty in appreciatlon 10:30 a.m. All children OF the of his furnishing the school Sunday School will have a part W tree. - in the program. ,  , Upcoming Programs Told GirP', and Corrine Ehnes, "An- nie's and Willie's Prayer". Dr. E1ton Kennel and Rose Marie Hayes of the Yamhlil County Health department gave flu booster shots to all mem- bers whohad thelrownphyslcl- an's consent T h i s week, Dec. 20 will feature a film, "Holiday in Ja- pan", at 2:30 p.m. and there will be additional Christmas music and readings. On Dec. 27, Bonnie Minton of McMinnville will present a More than 90 persons attend- ed the Phil Sheridan Fellowship meeting and Christmas party Friday at the American Legion hall Santa Claus, in the per- son of Fred Wlrfs, distrihuted gifts to all members. Members decorated the Christmas tree in the morning, then had a big turkey potluck, which also honored members having birthday anniversaries in December. They included Ted M. Schoeppe, Dec. 3, also the golden wedding anniversary o4 Mr. and Mrs. Schoeppe; Mrs. Chester Mulkey, Dec. 8; Mrs. Corrine ELms, Dec. 11; Mrs. group of twirlers for entertain- ment and Tinker Melonuk and Debbie Mlsner will do their prize winning tap dance rou- 1 1 1 1 1 I | 1 1 1 1 1 I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith Florence Corner, Dec. 18; A1- Line. visited at the home of her ma Crowe, Dec. 19; Cyrus sister, Mr. andMrs. LeeWhite Jones, Dec. 21; Effie Buell, Do gl B : in McMinnville Saturdayeven-tng, Dec. 24; Gussie Farrier, Dec.24; Christie Debrtck and Ber- U as ryant nieee Boyee. Christmas day; 01] K : Mrs. Donna Oidham and Mrs. Ollve Tharp, Dec. 27; Bill earsarge Mabel Smith drove to Salem Bosch, Dec. 28 and Lilly Snhs, I Friday. Dec. 31. There were birth- SHERIDAN - Douglas T. Bry- day cakes and a special honor ant, airman,USN,sonofMr.and Mr and Mrs. John Agee and for the goldweds. Mrs. Lyle M. Bryant of 216 In the afternoon the fellow- ship's quartet, consisting d Mrs. Fred Edson, Mrs. Lee Pratt, Elizabeth Terry, and Mrs Ted Schoeppe, with Mrs, GUy Call as pianist, sang Christmas music. Readings were given by Mrs. Alma Un- fred, 'hen I Was A Little Sheridan Rd., Sheridan is serv- ing aboard the antisubmarine warfare support aircraft car- rier USS Kearsarge. Kearsarge was the recovery ship for astronauts Comman- der Walter Schlrra and Major Gordon Cooper. Her home port is Long Beach, Calif. Davison Auto Parts : SHERIDAN tORIVE SOCKET SET = COMBINATION ,/,N8 15 9s ! 24 PC. SQ. REG XMAS SPECIAL $28.2,2 = $49.95 - i I I I I I I I I I l I I I I I 1/4 DRILL BLACK & DECKER XMAS SPECIAL 9 95 THESE ARE JUST 3 OF OUR MANY TOOL SPECIALS S. BRIDGE ST 843.221111 illI lUll It I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Il Wednesday afternoon callers at the Nelson Agee home were former Valley residents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Spencer of New- Dishwasher heats water to 150! 146 S. Bridge III Model DW-DTH Special push button assures sanitizing hot wated Your dishes come out much cleaner, more ==n tary than dishes washed by hand! Big capacity usually means once-aday dishwashing. Saves about / normal dishwashin8 time. Roils to sink--stores almost anywhere. No installation required. Ivie Hardware Sheridan 84-619 I II SANITIZE YOUR DISHES[ There is no better way than the good old- fashioned way of extending our sincere good wishes at this joyous holiday than to say: Hope you and yours have a very Merry Christmas Day! MEYERS REXALL DRUGS HAROLD, GtL, LOUISE, VIOLA AND LOISEL nllll I II IlJl III ii