The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, July 28, 1949, Page 7, Image 7

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By DAVE COX
The Statesman. Salem. Oregon. Thursday. July 28, 1949 7
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Blood Unit
Visit Planned
At Sheridan
SHERIDAN The mobile un
it of the Portland blood bank will
visit Sheridan Friday, July 29,
under a program sponsored by the
auxiliary of the Sheridan Ameri
can Legion post. Mrs. Otto Hei
der is chairman of the special
committee in charge.
The Yamhill county American
Legion picnic will be held in this
area in the near future, and mem
bers of the Sheridan post are aid
ing in making plans.
The auxiliary has organized a
past presidents' parley. Of ficei s
iastalled recently were Mrs.
George Censky, president; Mrs.
Ray Malo, vice president, and
Mrs. A. J. Titus, secretary.
Sheridan post meetings have
been discontinued until September
12 when Newberg will join in in
stalling new officers. They are.
Dr. B. J. Miller, commander;
Glenn Pruitt, 1st vice commander;
Robert Smail, 2nd vice comman
der; Marvin Humphreys, adjutant;
Howard Scharschmidt, finance of
ficer; E. J. Bayliss, historian; Dan
Reese, sergeant at arms, and Otto
Hcider, service officer.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.
V. Courtemanche in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cribbs have
moved to Dallas, and have rented
their house to Mr. and Mrs. Orlin
Elwood of Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Hiatt
spent Sunday at the home of his
sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Thoma, in Lebanon.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen re
turned Sunday from Paulina lake
after spending a week there. Bob
Brassfield spent several days at
the lake with the Aliens.
Mrs. Earl Hampton and little
son Douglas of Eugene spent the
week end at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Bodeker. Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Johnson of Portland were also
week-end guests at the Bodeker
home.
! Mrs. Louise Bronson, Alham
I bra. Calif., is visiting at the home
! of Mr. and Mrs. George Clipfell
! Mrs. Bronson is an aunt of Mr.
Clipfell.
Lyons Residents
Visit, Entertain;
Families Move
LYONS Mr. Oscar Naue
was hostess at a party honoring j
her husband on his birthday an
niversary.. Cards furnished the
entertainment for the evening
and refreshments were served at
the close of the evening to Mr.
and Mrs. John McClurg, Mr. and
Mrs. Bob Carleton, Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Naue, Mr. and Mrs. Don
ald Naue and sons, Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Naue and Ruby.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Hiatt of
Roseburg spent Saturday night
and Sunday with relatives in
Lyons. They came to see his
father Elmer Hiatt who has been
seriously ill with pneumonia.
. They .were overnight guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Bodeker.
Walter Harvey of Stockton,
Calif., visited Saturday with Le
land Manning. The Harveys are
former residents of Stayton when
his father, W. W. Harvey, was
superintendent at the McCormick
sawmill in Fox Valley.
Mrs. Donald Huber, Dennis and
Donna Lou, spent several days
at tne home of her parents. Ml
and Mrs. Eldon Mulkey in Sil
verton.
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Thompson
of Portland visited last week at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merill
Brassfield. Mrs. Thompson is a
sister of Brassfield.
Wayne J3ass, U. S. marine
corps, stationed at Camp Pendle
ton, Calif., is spending his leave
at the home of his parents, Mr
and Mrs. Albert Bass.
Mrs. Ben Hadley and son of
Portland spent last week at the
home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George Clipfell.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Stevens
spent Wednesday and Thursday
Hubbard Family Moves
To Portland Home
HUBBARD-Mrs. Grace Cramer
and daughter. Carolyn, have mov
ed from the Duncan house to the
home of their mother and grand
mother, Mrs. G. B. Hovenden, in
Portland. Mrs. Hovenden fell re
cently and fractured a hip.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mattison
and Denny spent the week end
near Roseburg visiting her sister
and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Gale Bare.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Doubrava
and daughter, Susan, have moved
Into their new home which they
purchased from Mr. and Mrs.
Hague about a year ago. It was
formerly known as the Farman
place. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Perkle
will move onto the Scholl place
vacated by the Doubravas.
Union Hill Families
Plan Sunday Reunion
UNION HILL The Neal, Tra.sk
and Chrisman families will meet
at Masonic Park in Stayton on
Sunday for their 18th annual re
union. This year's officers are, presi
dent, Neal Ruggles, Aumsvjlle:
vice-president, Malcolm Neal, Sa
lem; secretary - treasurer, Mrs
Otto Limebeck, Scio; reporter.
Mrs. Verny Scott, Sublimity. A
basket-dinner will be served, with
Willis Smith and :Ross Chrisman
as the coffee committee.
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Prevention
Is Much
Better Than
Cure ...
If you have good
vision now . . .
Keep it that way.
Dr. S. A. Wheatley
Optometrist
725 Court St Phone 2-4469
Now Is The Time
FOR FISH & FOWL
Fish, Fowl on
This Month's
Plentiful List
NEW YORK -(INS)- Reversing
the traditional "fish nor fowl"
expression, the U. S. department
of agriculture says both fish and
fowl will be among the foods gen
erously available to the nation's
shoppers during July.
In announcing its July plentiful
foods list, the department pointed
out that these monthly selections
represent commonly used and gen
erally available foods that usually
offer good returns on the food
dollar.
This reprint from the Oregon Statesman is another proof
that fish and fowl is the best budget bet of the month. Serve
both often.
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SECOND FLOOR
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CLEVER LITTLE COTTON PRINTS
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GIRL'S HALTERS
O CUTE PRINTS AND PASTELS
O ELASTIC FORM FITTING
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500
GIRL'S KITE GOWNS
POPULAR BATISTE GOWNS
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GIRL'S SHORT JEANS
O 8 OZ. SANFORIZED DENIM
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WOMEN'S RAIN COATS
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O POPULAR F ADDED BLUE DENIM
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ALWAYS WANTED RAYON FAILLE
GAY PASTEL TONES
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ROY'S CHOPPER JACKETS
100rl ALL-WOOL JACKETS
BRIGHT COLORFUL PLAID
MAIN FLOOR
ROY'S LEATHER JACKETS
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MAIN FLOOR
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MEZZANINE
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SIIART TABLECLOTHS
LACE. COTTON & LINEN PRINTS
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