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dead JANUARY 24, 1963 SHERIDAN SUN, SHERIDAN y COUNTY, OREGON Classified A(ls BARGAIN COUNTER OF THE PHIL SHERIDAN COUNTRY )ws Dn m land ing hun$ ave to sll his rl$ eir perS ing an$ ....... ........... tow "Cost ,rodu00 Mxscelhneous Sun Classifieds educafl ............... pansiOn I BNGBARGALNS Reach 2,800 Families Each Week rs are!iS"tab comp. roof $7.95, $8.95 Sheridan -- Amity Rt. 1 -- Willamina City & Routes -- Grand Rondei City & Routes-- .... ' Complete Coverage of the Phil Sheridan Country. Write your classified ad on this blank-- Tlen marl in to the Sun or phone Sheridan TH 3-2312 FOR RENT: 2 comfortable 2 bed- room apts. at 235 .and 237 Sheri- dan Road. 1 furnished, 1 unfur- 'nished, fireplaces, elec. heat. $60 and $50. Tele. Sheridan 843-3314.  '- 7-2tc FOR RENT: 3' room furnished house. Elmer Duncan, West Sheridan opposite Shell Oil Plant. Ph. Sheridan 843-6437. 2-tnfc Produce, Grain. Hay FOR SALE: Eastern Oregon al. falfa hay, ton or truck load. Any l day but Saturday. Otto Jahn, Grand Reade. Phone 879-2372. 49-talc ReM Estate Real Estate Values 3 BEDROOM home, modern kit- chen and living room. All elec- tric heated. Oversize lot with blacktop driveway. Double gar- age and carport. $8,500. Owner will finance. COMPLETELY furnished 3 bed- room Lhome. 66x132 lot. $4,800. $1,500 down. 2 BEDROOM home. 75x100 lot. $2,750. $500 down. IN Willamina, 3 acres, 4 t>ed- rooms. City water. Price cut $1,300 for quick sale. $5,500. $1,000 down. SHERIDAN REALTY 142 E. Main Sher.an, Ore. Ph. 843-3153 Automotive McMINNVILLE TIRE SERVICE o QUALITY RETREADING & REPAIRING o FIRESTONE TIRES 1201 Lafayette Ave. Phone 12861 McMirmville. Oregon 31-talc Guaranteed Recaps No Time or Mileag e Limits 2 Traction Treads 2 Highway Treads $49.95 Any Size -- 14 or 15 in. Plus Tax & Recapable Tire.s Boehler Tire Servi(.e 139 S. Bridge Sheridan 8-lip MILLERS Fine Used Oars Over 150 to Choose From $5.00 DOWN on approved credit 3234 S. E. POWELL BLVD. Portland Tele. BE 4-9241 4-tnc Livestock. P!ultry FOR SALE: Duroc aner pigs, Glenn Hill, Rt. 1, tele. Sheridan 843-6631. 8-1tc Nofl of Final Accotmt - Notlcel. hereby given that the undersigned as administrator of the estate of Fannie Ellen Fox, 'deceased, has filed his final ac- count in the county Court of the State of Oregon for Yamhill !County and that Monday, the i25th day of February, 1963. at the hour of eleven o'clock a.m. of said day :and, the Court Room of said Court have been appoint- ed by said Court as the time and place for hearing of objec- tions thereto and the settlement thereof. Dated and first published Jan- uary 24, 1963. Date of last publication Feb- 'ruary 14, 1963. Maurlce C. Adkamson, Administrator ]J-larol4 R. Fuller , Attorney for said Estate 8-lip* Sheridan, Oregon = , ,, Legal Notices ADVERTISFJM[ENT FOR BIDS Scaled bids will be received by the Board of Education of School District NO.  '48-14J, YamhilI County, Oregon, at the office of the Clerk of the Board at the Faulconer Grade :.hool : buff& ing, Sheridan, Oregon, mtil 8:00 P.M., February 11, 1963, for the demolition of the existing two story brick building known as the Sheridan High School, at which place and hour said bids will be publicly opened amd read aloud. Bids received after the time fixed for opening will not be considered Specifications end contract documents may be examined or my be obtained at the office of the Superintendent of Schools, Faulconer Grade School Build- ing, Sheridan, Oregon. Chapter 279, Oregon Revised Statutes, and all other statutes relating to public contracts and purchasing by School Districts will ,apply to contracts let to the successful bidder. No proposal will be considered unless accompanied by a certi- fied check, cashier's check or Md. bond (with authorized surety company as surety) made pay- able to Sohool District No. 48- 145, Yamhill County, Oregon, in an amount of not less than 5% of th.e amount of the bid and no interest will be allowed on the deposit with the bid. Surety bond will be requlred in ,accor- dance with Lhe terms of the con- tract documents. The School District reserves the right to reject any or all bids ,and to waive informalities. No bidder may withdraw his bid after the hour set for the opening thereof or before award of the Contract, unless said award is delayed for a period exceeding 30 de.ys. SCHOOL DISTRCT No. 48.14J Yamhill County By Edna M. Moore Clerk First Publication: January 17, 1963. Second Publication: January 31, 1963. verUsemett For Bids Sealed bids will .be received by the Board of Education of School District 48-14J, Yamhill County, roof. $2.65 to $3.95 roof. $102.5, $11.00 Shingles $12.75, $8.75 fiberglass panel 25c Cherry, birch, sen veal- nut, cedar, teak, mahog. tile llc sq. ft. $1.80, $1.95 $1.45, $1.70, $2.05 cem., tex paint $2.95 latex gal. $2.95 enamel gal. $4.35 fence $12.25, $13.45 wire 80 rd. $5.70, $7.70 cement, per sack $1.45 mesh Tx200' $26.75 rod 20' 60c, 1.08 ........................................................................................ all widths lc ft. water heaters $36.95 ........................................................................................ heaters $15.40, $26.95 The More You Tell heaters SPECIAL " " " watt portable $35.00 .. The More You Sell HEATFORMS $65.50 kit. sink comp. $39.95 Flint insertion, per word ................................................................ 5c athtubs w/trim $49.95 (Minimum charge first issue, $1.00) toilets w/seat $26.95 ,basin w/trim $19.50 Each addifimtal insertion, per word ..................................... 3c gulv. soil, plastic (Minimum charge each additional issue, 60c) )urg pipe 28c, 32c $44.50, $59.56 Cash Should Accompany Order keg $9.50 up tkes w/u.c. $11.45 2 Discmmt Given If Paid Before Billed on First of Month "A" 2 side Birch 38c Be sure to count your name and address as part of the ad. sheathing %, , % 4x8, 4x10, 5x8, 5x10 Double rate charged for blind uds up to $1.50. FORMICA 59c sq. ft. Classified columns close Wednesday 10 a.m. alum. wind. W/screens "Too Late to Classify" taken until 9 a.m. Tlmrsdays. urn. patio dr w/screen $69.50 um comb storm dr $26.95 .___ C. G. Long & Sons ....... ::-" ......... - ......... ..... - .......... Services Fuel " Now 2 locations ........ -_-_ .... ___________:_::::___:__ - ........ - ........ -_-_- ................ r 0 R  Ph. Salem 364-0161 REPAIR SERVICE & PARTS  FOR SALE: Wood, clean planer 7IG Ph. SOuth Beach 86%3855 portable appliances, toasters, ends. Dry or green. Phone 879- __ . (Across bridge from Newport) irons, mixers, elee. heaters, etc. 2306 or write Ed Larsen, Grand te Road, Sheridan. 3-tnfc Stuck Elec Sheridan, tele. 843- Ronde, Ore. 6-tnfc LAYTEX  4422. 8-tnfc J, P E It Matching paintenamels16 colors $3 gal. SAWDUST- mulching. Summer E R $ 0nd Hand Hut, 139 $1.35 qt. Sec- WILL CLEAN clo wells or drill rates of $uel. Get your wood ear- TION amina. S. Main, Will- you a new one. Also trade for ly. Mill ends. O'Reilly Bros. Tele.  8-4tp. TH 3-6193 and Amity 835-2204. Cushioned Comfort wear oI pumps smd exchenge for new self-priming Gould palm. G.L. 29-talc Js Knapp Shoes. Leslie Hubble Io- Kulick, Sheridan. Ph. 843-68,33. i riT L 24,5 N. F_ Balm' St., 11-t.nfC 0 A K $8.50" e Sa  14-tnc R SALE --, , : IJadies bicycle, $10 LAWN MOWER GRINDING, saw  0 0 D tele . Wihamma 876-2442. 8-2tp sharpening, scissom and grass e shears eherpening. Newt's Flxit y DUPLICAT- Shop, 116 Railroad St., Sheridan. Telephone ?arhaYwh. lle you wait, at 34-talc ],, r taint & Hdwe., Shed- Sheridan , """, tele. Sheridan 843.4844. WASH AlqD DRY your own ltun- 18-tnfc dry. Wash 25c.dry 10c. Open 24 843-4951 tr ours. 120 S. Bridge St. Sheridan. ta_ . and up. Bring oon- ip'-? rs" Herman Endres: Red W I R I N G  ,a]rie Road ' i6622. , Box 122. Tele. 843- FOR SALE: Oak and fir wood ,: 7.tale Residential $15 delivered, $10 you haul. Ph. Commercial Sheridan 843-6553. 4-tnfc n.me prices, tin?bi Cadet Baseboard aa Wheels, roll. too Heating Sawdust w-!g his, cheap. Used toilets, Tern an Approved Credit :?, doors, widows, etc. We Mulching & Fuel "uY nd sell stoves and electrl. Stuck Nlectric, Inc. cM .Ppllances. Bargain prices Blower & lmahout ;'ele clothing, ,books and Free Estimtes Also Block & " ,,, merchandise of all kimls. ,buyunk and cars to wreck. Small Appliance Repair Slab Wood west  'RADING POST, one mile Sheridan 843-4422 We deliver anywhere 2389 rand Ronde. Tele. UP 9- 27.tare a.mf, Salem Fuel Co. :S_ ' WATER WELJ. drilled. Ca,h or Call collect Salem 362-4031 er A ONEY with a food. Iock- to" Vileble now at 'Valley terms. No down payment, 36 i! uad, Sheridan. Tele. 843-4322.: months to pay on approval ore- " ........................... tnfc dit. Kulick Well Drilling. Phone Household, Yurniture, ci. Op at Your Watkins to: Sheridan. 843.6833. ll-tnfc Store -; Produc liar:, tt8 S. Bridge, Sheriden. BOOKKEEPING, tax work: photo .FOR SALE Cheap. Dresser, matt-i dey s, ua Gannl. Open 9-6, ,six copying. Lloyd Palmer, leda.n i ress, springs and bed. Tele. Ser. l./,nfe Bookkeeping Service. 84-ZltrZ, i idan 843-2752. 8-1tp 0REIN IOURNAL 1,9 i FOR SALE: Mahogany Cable FRIGE sales, services., aU-ispine t piano and bench, $445. :LMntaet - thorlze& dealer. Ivle Hraware, !Tele. Sheridan 843-493. 7-2t0 r: [ aR Hintn, Sherim 146 S. Bridge 843-612, Sheridan. i -tt 6-talc iF OR SALE: Refrigerator in good condition. Phone Sheridan 843- T" Sheridan 843-6841 ..... - ....... ---:------ ...... - ......... -:-:- : ae O00OON00 .............. ";'-------'-- .... ...... - Work Wanted No.0 Hlr ON aIS AN! : By Mail Delivered i; or NEW HOME of 3 B.IL with 1] ............ ----=--- ...................  .... To Your Door baths, fireplace, electric heat, !ROOFING, New roofing, recovers ribbo RI.TER, 'addLng maohlne hardwood floors, built-in kitch-[and repairs. Reasonable rates. atn ns, $1.50 and $1.75. Sheridan en and many other extras. Will ! Free estimates. Ph. Sheridan go FHA, G.I. or Stank loan. Seei843-4308. 47-tnfc !:  47.tcp at 423 N.W. Kherman. Keys at i Pea, froenVelopes, small envel- Strout Office. $13,750.00. SEWING a n d ALTERATIONS .... } o C^, 12xlB% inches down l ldone in my home. Call Sheridan . ",n Size Sheridan Stm. No. 721 Two year old home ,on 843-6674 or see Jean Brown, 416 acre. 3 B.R. 1: baths, hardwood iN E Center St. 7-2tc floors, electric heat, good well,  " " i FAn,.-- ---- "- |strll $12,500.only 2 miles out of Sherid.an. ...... Cad" ..... .... of ......... Thanks ........... i h No. 912 $3,000 down and assume C ol r INSURANCE GROUP State G.I. loan on this dandy 20  .... - .............. - ..... o u8 of the others than come CARD OF THAI.KS ! atoao.- the lowest rates Co acres with remodeled 2 B.R., Wrld'r,,al. tuck insurance, home fine barn, machine shed I would like to thank my llt nmUrer of Trucks and garage. Total price $11,500. friends for the lovely gift and, lhe.Wes Jorda n get well cards I received during 1 Main Street STROUT REALTY my stay in the hpitl. i ,.,rman, Oregon ' 1145 W. Mare Bessie Thurber  rhone 843-6713 Sheridan, Oregon. Ph. 83-6713 PAGE SEVFA Oregon, at the office of the Clerk of the Board at the Faulconer Grade School building, Sheri- dan, Oregon, until 8 P.M. Feb- ruary 18, 1963, for the demoli- tion and removal from the pre- mises of the shop buil4irg on the high school grounds. The structure must be remov- ed between the dates of March 4, 1963 and March 17, 1963. Specifications and contract documents may be obtained at the office of the Superintendent of Schools, Faulconer Grade So, eel Building, Sheridan, Ore- gon. No Proposals will be consider- ed. unless accompanied by certi. Legal Notices ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Sealed bids will be received by Edna Moore, Clerk, at Faulconer Grade School, Sheridan, Oregon, until February 18, 1963, 8:00 o'clock P.M., for the Sheridan High School Addition, for School District No. 48-145, Yamhill County, Oregon and will then and there be opened an6 public- ly read aloud. Bids received af- ter the time fixed for opening will not be considered. @fans, Specifications and Con- tract Documents may be exam. ined or may be obtained at the office of Hewlett & Jamison, Architects, 1430 S. W. Clay St., Portland 1, Og.on, after anu- ary 25th, 1963, upon a deposit of $35.00 for each set of documents. Up to two st,s, will be furnisl%.. ed each prime bidder at the sti- pulated deposit sum per set. Ad- dRional sets will be provided up- on request at the bidders ex- pense at $85.00 per set. Deposit sum will be refunde to all but successful bidder upon return of bid documents in good condition within 7 days after bid date. De- posit sum will be refunded to successful bidder after award of contract. Attention is called to Bidders l Prequalification requirements, ! Sections 279.010 through 279.026, Oregon Revised Statutes, whioh must be filed with the clerk 10 days before date for opening of: bids. F,orms may be obtained at the office of the Architects. Capter 279, Oregon Revised Statutes, and all other statutes relating to public contracts and purchasing by School Districts will apply to contracts let to suc- cessful bidder. No Proposals will be consider- ed unless accompanied by cert- ified check, cashier's check or bid bond (wil authorized sure- ty company as surety) made payable to the Owner in an amount of not less than 5% of the amount of the bid and no in- terest will be allowed on the de- posit with the bid. Surety ben& will be required in accordance with terms of contract docu- ments. The School District reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive informalities. No bidder may withdraw his bid after the hour set for the opening thereof or before award of the Contract, unless said award is delayed for a period ex- ceeding 30 days. Edna Moore, Clerk First Publication JanuaT 24, 1963. Second Publication February 7, 1963. Public Notlcee Offered As a service to onjanizat- ions, churches, schools and fraternal organizations the Sun publishes noUces of their fund tdsing events on the front page in bold face type with a smnil charge. For sometime some of the organiz- ations have been turning in the publicity as  news to be printed Ln the cemmunity cal- end without charge. The public notices will be limited to the use of churches, schools and orga.nlzatlons. Cost is ten cents per word, with a mind- mum of one dollar. fled check, cashier's check bid bond (with authorized sure- ty company as surety) made payable to the Owner in an amount of not less than $150 of the amount of the bid and no interest will be allowed on the deposit with the bid. Surety bond will be required in accor- dance with terms of contract Americans take 16 billion as- rlpirin tablets a year. Annual ex. pen4iture is $69 million for plain aspirin and $213 million for rain.killers with aspirin content. Fellowship Group t,c: Hear Health Talk :::';/: Guest speaker f:)r the Feb 7 meeting of h(, Phil Steridan : Fellowship. will be Dr. R.egner Kullberg of hhe Multn,om county Health Department. Ht  will talk on "How To Ke.p, Well." Mrs. Florence Scott of the. State Department of Health wlll talk Friday, Jan. 25, on the .'o- per nutrition for the 50 plus age- group. There will also be the us- ual arts, crafts and games ands. a sack lunch at rmon. Jay Scchrist of Ballston show- ed his colored slides of Mexico ad tel5 about his trip at Fri- day's meeting, wch 52 persons attended. Agana, Guam -- William G_ Matthews, aviation machinist's. :mate first class, USI, son of Mr.. and Mrs. William B. Matthews: of Willamina, is serving with the only weather squadron In the Pacific, Airborne Early Warning Squmiron One. The squadron completed an- other season recemly as "Ty- ptmon Hunters," locating and: tracking typhoons and storms througfftout the Western PacifiC. Flying adar-equipped Super Constellation aircraft, the squad- ron's crewmembers flew 332 re. connaissance flights for' a total of 2,180 hours in the afr. They located 25 typhoons, four more than the previous record set in 1958. Sheridan Briefs The new accoustic tile ceiling has been installed the past week in the main room of the Buell grange, and this week all board is being put on the walls of the same room. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Baird and family were Sunday dinner guests of her parents, Mr. anc Mrs. Roy Hubbard in Willamina, the event honoring Mrs. Baird on her birthday. Others present were Mrs. Baird's sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Carr and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Brown, all of New- berg. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Graham and family left Tuesday on a week's vacation trip to California, with plans for a visit to Disneyland. Elven Kaufman, grandson of Mrs. S. Coblentz,-who suffered a skull fracture in a oar accident in Id.o New Years Day, and was transferred to Providence hospital in Portland, has return- ed to his .home t Blaine, Ore. He is able to be up only a short time, and would appreciate hearing from friends. Mrs. Herman Schatz is a pat- ient in the Good Samaritan has. pital, Portland, w,here she is re- ceiving treatment for a heart con4ition. lfrs. Ed Horswill is a patient at the University of Ogon Hos- pital, Portland, and expects to undergo surgexy ,in the imme- diate future. Since 1900, average life expec- tancy in thetlnRe6 States ha., risen from 47 years to 70.2 years. Americans spend about 11c o every dollar for recreation, alco- hol and. tobacco but only 5.9c for medical care. One of every 12 Americans will be .hosplmlized for men,al illness at some time in his lifo. DROP of 00LOOD FIGHTS/HENTAL IRETAR00ATION of the State of Oregon for Yam. ,hill County and. that Monday, the 25th day of February, 1963, at the hour of 11:30 o'clock a.m. of said day in the court room of said court have been appointed by said court as Ihe time and plaoe for hearin." of objections thereto and, the settlement there. of. Dated and first publisJ]ed Jan- uarv 24, 1963. Date of last publication Febru- ary 14, 1963. Maurice C. Adamson Administrator Harol R. Fuller Attorney for the Estate 1 '/eridan, Oregon . POLIO VACIIdES  I=iNAI.D RE'REH. Tt4E ], d . ", &'tlLLt Ot' 't $ 7,'00,000 INA,4IRCqcD,':FL; " -- N_--"'.r, Jtml HAVE6ONEFORR.Eb'E,a4ZCH , EDU CATOH. 8'RTM DEI=ECT$ (ii 1 1:12;:) tNFORMATIOH WHtCl4 MIC.d4T  ,,....x% ' USEFUL IN SOLVIN(; pROBL.Ft.t \\; documents. The School District reserves ]J . " the rigfftt to reject any or all bids and to waive informalities. No bidder may withdraw his bid after the hour set for the opening thereof or before award of the Contract, unless said award is delayed for a period ex- ceeding 30 days. I YamhillSchi D|strict No. 48-14Jcounty N: 0 "k ' By F_na M. Moore, Clerk i First publication: Jan. 24, 1963. i Last publication: Feb. 7, 1963. '" Notice of Fiscal Account ': A@pAt.mzr.4ofr Notice is ereby given that mNr ].$ Y" the undersigne& as adminlstra- tar of the estate of Victor O. Nilson, deceased, has filed his fi- nal account in the County Court