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)U cart carry- ndard Irrnth. !!iiiiiii!ii!iiiii!i ... ,.,....... i h :::::::::::5::: >:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:+ 'i i + ? Y , { 71 i + } The Sheridan Sun. Sheridan, Oregon. Thursday. February 13, 1964 Classified Ads Call 843- 2312 BARGAIN COUNTER OF THE PHIL SHERIDAN COUNTRY AUTO INSURANCE Under 25 or over--Insurance cancelled, Military License Suspended, Uninsured Acci- dents, Driving record. Budget terms Prompt State Filings. Immediate. Confidential Ser- vice. Call or write HOUSER 305 NW Gardiner Sheridan Ph 843-4586 evenings and weekends only. GET that extra key DUPLICAT- ED today while you walt at Fancher's Paint &Hdwe.,Sher- idan, tele. Sheridan 843-4844 OREGON JOURNAL Contact Matt Hintzen, Sheridan OUTSIDE paint $2.50 gal. & up; super latex $2.95 gal; li- noleum rugs 9x12 $5.95, 12x12 $9.95, 12x15 $11.95. Bargain Mart N. 99W, McM. in the Big Barn. FOR Cushioned Comfort wear Knapp shoes Leslie Hubble, local agent. Rt. 1 Box 28, Sheridan. LARGE envelopes, small enve- lopes, from 12x15 1/2 inches down to Coin size Sheridan Sun. FOR SALE-Saddles and bridles, Shetland ponies broke to ride; Also gentle saddle horse for trade or sale. Stud Service by registered Appaloose $25 and $50. '55 CHRYSLER 4-dr. Windsor and '41 CHEVROLET 30-30 Winchester and console radio and phonograph. Phone Ray Brown 843-4204. IIIIIIIImIIIiiiiiiiiiiiiii*iiii SKERDAW BRII tmm el mmmmmmImm.t mmiimmmt m..Imm Mr. and Mrs. Carl Yoder and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Wolfer and family of Willamina. Also visiting at the Wolfer's was Les Wolfer of Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Yoder, Mrs. Roman Yoder and Mrs. Carl Yoder Wednesday atten- ded the funeral services at Hubbard of Mrs. Aron Nofzlger. Mr. and Mrs. Don Atwood accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Atwood spent from Fri- day until Monday in Seattle, the Don Atwoods staying with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Atwood, Bill and Linda, and Mr and Mrs. Clay- ton Atwood staying with their daughter and family, the Chuck Cofflands. On Sunday, the 52rid Wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Atwood was ob- served at the EarlAtwood home and those enjoying the day and beautiful cake were Mr. and Mrs. Don Atwood, Mr. and Mrs. William Atwood, Susie, Joan, Richard, Tommy and Barbara of Mt. Vernon; Mrs. William Atwood's parents, Mr and Mrs. Hamilton of Seattle; Mr. and Mrs. Coffland, Steven, Shirley, and Wendy of Seattle; Mr and Mrs. Mitchell, parents of Mrs. Earl Atwood of Seattle; Sydney Atwood and Louise and Mike Johnson of Seattle and the hon- ored guests. INVENTORY REDUCTION SALE Overstocked--Prices Slashed $200,00000 Quality Materials Reg. Price Sale Nails $8.95 $8.25 Drive Screw Nails $16.75512.75 235# Roof $8.35 $7.85 Galv Roofing $8.45 $7.95 #1 Cedar Shingles $13.50 $12.50 #2 Cedar Shingles $8.75 $7.75 #1 Corrug Fiberglass 21 1/2 18 z/2 Aluminum Windows with sere- Aluminum Windows with screens 3'x2' $13.35 $965 3'x2'-6" $15.00 $10.70 3'x3' $15.50 $1175 4'x2' $1500 $10.20 4'X2'-6"$17.00 $I175 4'x3' $17.50 $13.30 5'x2' $17.00 $12.35 6'x2' $19.00 $13.30 100's more, similar discounts Redwood siding $169.00 $149.00 Counter Cover 59 39 Bean, berry wire $10.50 $8.95 Coner mesh 7x200 $26.75524.90 El. Water Heaters $54.95 $49.95 C.I.SOil Pipe 74 69 1/2" Copper Tubing 24 15 3" Black steel pipe 50 42 32"-12" fencing $1195 $10.95 39"-12" fencing $1295 $11.95 47"-12" fencing $1525 $14.25 32"-6" fencing $15.25 $14.25 39"-6" fencing $1595 $14.95 47" fencing $2145 $19.45 26"-6" fencing $12.95 $11.95 Plastered 1/2-4x8 $1.50 $1.39 Plastered 3/8-4x8 $1.75 $1.65 Plastered 1/2-4x8 $2.10 $1.95 25# Joint Cement $295 $2.25 25# Texture Paint $2.95 $2.25 Quality Latex Ga1.$2.95 $2.45 2" galv. pipe 49 40 1 I/2" galv. pipe 35 30 3/4" galvo pipe 16 14 Ceil. fanw/dampe $19.9558.95 Colored Plumbing 20% off Light Fixtures 20% off Cabinet, door hardware 20% off Machine, carriage bolts 50%off 10% off on medicine cabinets, range hoods, fireplace units, plywood paneling, patio doors, house doors. Bring cash ......... U Haul Dealers with Cash welcome C. O. LONG & SONS Salem, Ore  .... + 1 ML North of Keizel" +: ph. Salem 364-0161 #, SAVE MONEY with afood lock- er. Available now at Valley Maid, Sheridan. Tele. 843-4322 THE SUN is an ideal gift any week in the year for the boy in service, friend or relative who formerly lived in the phil Sheridan Country, or for the next door neighbor Call Sher- idan 843-2312 and order a sub- scription today n BUILDING SPECIALS Buy Now - Pay Later O.A.C. 14-2-Loom-Wire-250' Rolls 3 1/2 ft. 12-2 Loom-Wire-250' Rolls 4 1/2 Lt. 4" Cast Iron Sewer Pipe, 79 ft. 4" Ornsburg Fiber - 39 ft. 4" Ornsborg Perforated - 29 ft. Enameled Sinks - 30x18, $9.95 Enameled Sinks - 32x21 w/trim $39.95 Stainless Steel Sink w/trim, $59.95 Alum. Windows w/screen from $9.95 Zonellte LOGs-Fill Insulation, Nice 3 B. R. House beautiful kitchen, knotty pine dining room on large lot also included 1 br rental now rented $6,500. One acre in town with 4 BR. house. Here is good value at $4,800. Good 5 B. R. on corner lot, lots of shubbery. Close to shop- ping. $4,950. 7 Acres with nice 2 B.R. House in country. $5,500. HOSTETLER REALTY 843-4144 148 S. Bridge Sheridan Household ,Furniture mllli  iimlllmmmllImmlm.' m. NEW STOCK small and large color signs They give the mes- sage boldly, some of the signs: Apt. for Rent, Closed, For Rent, Sale, House For Rent, No Unt!ng, No Smoking, No Tres- passing, No Parking, No Pets, Sheridan Sun. SILVER DOLLAR Auction now buying household goods, appli- ances. 643-4644. USED APPLIANCES Ranges - Refrigerators Washers & Dryers I'VIE HARDWARE 146 S. Bridge 843-6122 USED FURNITURE Appliances, Hardware and Tools If you didn't buy itfrom us you paid too much. If we don't have it, you don't need it. We buy, sell and trade. Everything for the home. SCHELL'S TRADING POST 1440 W. Main Sheridan ........... .......... WASH AND DRY your own laun- dry. Wash 25 - dry 10. Open 24 hours. 120 N. Bridge St., sheridan. LAWN MOWER GRINDING, saw sharpening, scissors and grass shears sharpening. Newt's Fixlt Shop, 116 Railroad St., Sheri- dan. INCOME TAX+&ER|CE .... See Alvin Hulett at alley Jet. Ph. 879-2486. Over 20 years experience. Rates are reasnn- able* All phases of Tax Work. Come in or call. Anytime day and evenings till 10 p.m WATER WELLS drilled. Cash or terms. No down payment, 36 months to pay on approved credit. FHA or bank terms. Kulick Well Dri111ng. Ph. Sher- idan 643-6833 or 643-2423. WIRING Residential Commercial Cadet Baseboard Heating Terms on Approved Credit STUCK E LECTRIC, INC. Small Appliance Repair Free Estimates Sheridan 843-4422 I II ldcldinnville Business Directory mm mm 7 unit apartment, with 2 BR REAL ESTATES VALUES home with fireplace, 1 acre of land with 250 feet frontage A good investment this 4 bed- on Hwy. 18 at Valley Junction. room home, double plumbing, This location has unlimited hardwood floors and fireplace. potential. $34,995. and 29% Has attached garage and work down. room Fruit trees and berries. Two 66 X 132 lots. $10,000 29% down on this 150 acres terms. with two homes. Apprx. 100 acres tillable balance pasture Completely remodeled 4 bed- & timber. Good barns, & ma- room home, all electric heat. chine shed. All goes at only Double garage and workshop. $29,500 Very best of location. $6,000. $1,000 down. Tops in 3 B.R. ranch home, nice lot, exc. location, see it One of our newer 2 bedroom at 775 N.W.Sherman,thencome homes with attach garage and to see us for a good deal. large lot. $5,000 $1,000 down. $9,700. will go FHA or GI. "- 2 Bedroom home, large kitchen $TROUT REALTY and service room, corner lot near grade school $3,500. Low 1145 W. Main St down payment. Sheridan 843-6713 2 Bedroom home, 75 X 100 lot. C1assifi eds turn ',stuff $2,800. $500. down around the place" into cash-- QUICK. 38 Acres, all cult borders a FOR SALE: Choice corner year around stream. No build- bldg. lot including sidewalks, sewer and water, $600. Geo. Marrs, Ph. 843-6785, Sheri- dan FOR SALE: 3 BR house, wir- ed for dryer. Garage, 2 lots, $5400. $500 down Will go GI. Ph. Sheridan 843-6971. ings. $8,000. Terms. For Rent: 3 bedroom home $50. per month. SHERIDAN REALTY Ph. 843-3153 Sheridan Your Ad Could Be Here Next! The Sheridan Sun Wekomes New Subscribers The Sheridan Sun Will Come to You f, ov a Month. Keep Informed on the Local News. Read the Advertised Bargains from Mer- chants in the Phil Sheridan Country each Week. The Clssified Psge Alone May Be Worth Far More to You Than the Cost of the Entire Year's Subscription. a Year for 6 Months FoRestdents 0fLmhill, Polk & Tillamook Oaunfles -- Outside That Area $.00 A Year If You Wish to Subscribe Fill Out Thia Coupon and Mail to Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon Name ................................................................................................. Address ................  .................................................................................... o ..... (Yamhlll, Polk, Tillamook County Subscrib. era enclose check for $3.00, for 1 year; $175 for O months.) 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 ...,........+.o.o..........o.. ..... o...o..o .... .... . .... ......, o..0..00. .... ooooooo.oo.oto..o.o ...... o.-ooo-oooooooo-.ooooooo ooooo ..... ooo .... ooooot The More You Tell... ... The More You Sell !mt inseztkm, per  .............................................. (Minimum charge first issue, $1.00) (Minimum ehage each additional tsm, 50c) Cash Should Aceompany Order I Distant GIwm H  lkde  am FiI  Mcma Be sure to count your name and address as part of the ad. Dotble rate charged for blind eds up to $1.50. Classified columns close Wednesday 10 .m. "Too Ite to Classify" taken until 9 a.m. ThwayL lUlllllnlllllllllllllllnllllllllllIIillllllnlllllllllllIllnlnl Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll+ I I Sawdust - Blower & Pushout Slab Wood Collect Calls Accepted on Order. 1960 FORD STATION WAGON, FOR SALE: Shavings, wood, new tires, top shape, will take clean planer ends. Dry or suitable older car in trade, green. Phone879-2136orwrite Low Price. Ph. Larry Hiatt Ed Larsen, Grand Ronde, Ore. Sheridan 843-4672. FOR SALE: 1956 1/2 Ton pick- A bird in hand is worth money up, $400. Call Art Hebert, in your pocket when offered U. S. National Bank, Ph. 843- for sale in this space. 2332. FUEL: Oak firewood, 16"- ................................ 24" lengths, $15 per cord, de- Help Wanted llvered. Phone Sheridan 843- 2407 I III IIIIIII IIII III II Iiiiiiiiiiii WANTED: Wood cutters. Ph. FOR SALE: Fuel & mulching Sheridan 643-6620. sawdust, also wood, also fire- ........................... '- place wood. O'Reilly Bros. Ilry Tele. Sheridan 843-6193 and Livest0ckrP0u Amity 835-2204. lII.IImii miami iiuiiiliiilIiiiiii lmmlmIIt IlIOllIOlIIIIIIlIItItl * FOR sale: Red gilts and but- Card of Thanks char hogs $40.00. Black An- gl/s bUll, 8 mo-old $125.00. .............................. Earl Cook, Rt 1, Sheridan, THANKS FRIENDS Ph. Wlllamina 876-3262. I wish to thank each and I everyone for the cards, gifts U e [ ! and calls received on my re- ................................ cent birthday anniversary. SALEM FUEL CO. They were very much ap- preciated. Mrs. Ina Russell IIlleIIllIllIIIlIIOIII.IllllIl For Rent , iiii i ilimiliiiliiiuil FOR RENT: Furnished Apt, close in. Available Dec. 23. H. N. Burchell, 112 W Main, Phone 362-4031 Ph. Sheridan 843-6493 lUlliJnnllnnniiilIIIIIlIIlIIIIIIIlIIIlIIIlIIlI/IlInlnIIU Low Cost Sun Classifieds FOR RENT: 2 BR house at 446 Sheridan Road - Inquire J. F. Rose, 843-2581 im m mm m i | Babysitting i imlm mllmIllml ImmmIUlIIIIIlml II WANTED: mature babysitter five days a week. Ph. Sheri- dan 843-6915 after 5:00 pm. Legal Notices I I II I IIII Illll IIlIUlI IIlII IIIImlmii Notice is hereby given that the undersigned as administra- trix of the estate of Edwin A La Chance, deceased, has filed her Final Account in the County Court of the State of Oregon for Yamhlll County and that Friday the 28th day of February, 1964, at the hour of 10:30 o'clock in the fore noon of said day and the Court Room of said Court have been appointed by said Court as the time and place for hearing of objections thereto and the settlement thereof. Dated and first published Jan- uary 30, 1964. Date of last publication Feb- ruary 20, 1964. Alviua K. La Chance, Ad- ministratrix Harold R. Fuller Attorney for the Estate Sheridan, Oregon iWork Smarterl = Not Harder Reach 2,800 Farailies Each Week [ ............................. ; By BERNICE STRAWN Sheridan -- Amity Rt. 1 -- Willamina City & Routes- Grand Ronde, City & Routes-- Complete Coverage of the Phil Sheridan Country. Write your classified al on this blank-- Then nmil in to the Sun or phone Sheridan TH 3-2312 Extension Home Management Specialist, Oregon State U. A warm sport Jacket is awel- come gift for a man or boy. We asked Elaine carlson, CU Extension Clothing Specialist, how to select a "good buy" She points out that a heavy Jacket is not necessarily a warm one. Garments made of man- made fibers may be light weight, warm, and wind resistant. Firmly woven fabrics such as ....................................................................................... gabardine, taffeta, and poplin are good windbreaks. Miss Carlson told us of recent home economics research at Michigan StateUnlversity which showed that qllted flberftllbat$ furnish excellent insulation. The bats should be made of new, not waste fibers. Check the labels for information about the fiber. Research shows knit linings with short pile look better after cleaning than those with long pile. Some Jackets are washable, others should be dry cleaned. Be sure to leave the hangtagon the gift Jacket so the owner will know how to care for it "Can you substitute oil for solid fat in a recipe7" Vir- ginia Weiser, OSU Extension Nutritionist, says many people asked this questionat her recent meetings in Eastern Oregon. Here's heranswer If the recipe calls for melted fat, you can substitute oil. But in a cake, cookies, orany reclpewheretbe fat is creamed or cut intoother ingredients, oil can't be sub- stituted. It's true some cake recipes call for oil and in these cases the proportion of ingred- ients and mixing method are expecially designed for oil. "OUR BABY SITTER PUT Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Thomson, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Thomson and family and Mr. and Mrs. George Onnen were recent Sun- day dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Pear- son and family in Salem. Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Thomson spent several days with Mr and Mrs. Duane Thomson at Lake Grove, Saturday, they visited relatives in Milwaukie, Glad- stone and Oregon City On Sunday, they visited the Port- land zoo Mr. and Mrs. Vern Markee of Goldendale, Wash., former Sheridan residents are announ- cing the birth of their sixth grandson, Daniel Craig, born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Culow (Beverly Markee) in Portland Sunday, Feb. 9. Daniel tipped the scales at 8 pounds, I0 oun- ces. Mrs. Opal Lux spent the weekend with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Coffer in Fortuna, Calif. A recent visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Lav- ender was their nephew, Ensign William Lavender, stationed a- board the U. S. S. Mataeo, which has been on rescue missions at Adak, Alaska the past four months, but has now returned to San Diego, Calif. Dinner guests Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Lavender were Mr. and Mrs. H.M. (Sonny)Jones and Billy, Mr. and Mrs. Run Papen and Tami and Ensign William Lavender. Mrs. Leroy Chupp took Mr. and Mrs. Noah Miller of Sara- sofa, Fla. to the coast on Mon- day for Mrs. Miller's first view of the Pacific Ocean. $1.29. BOOKKEEPING, tax work,  ... .-. mmm photo copying. Lloyd Palmer, Boysen Colorlzer Paints Sheridan Bookkeeping Service. , I Doors-Plywood-Duraflake 843-2102,119 N. Bridge. & Shopping Guide u,,o,,,.,.,, _ = COPELAND LUMBER '" .................... .......... I I Work Wanted = PH. 843-6342 I SHERIDAN, ORE. @ gl" 'MN T''D".+"  f'b l'g t' -' carpenter repair. Also other I Mrs. Fred Spooner 643-2281 pes of repair work. Reason- able charges. Wayne Terry, . OREGON STATESMAN 454 SW Jefferson, __ sheridan, Willamina Grand Ronde Mail or door delivery FURNITURE STRIPPING. Our steam cleaning process re- moves paint and varnish. BEN'S TRADING POST, 4080 No. Riv= er Rd., Salem. APPLES FOR SALE- Hand picked, 75 bu. and up. Her- man Endres, Rt. I, Box 122, on Red Prairie Road. Ph. Sheridan 843-6622. McCULLOCH CHAIN SAWS Dlck's Chain Saw in Willamina is the place to come for your complete sales and service. Ph. Wfllamina 876-2533, nights Dallas 623-2794. PUBLIC NOTICES OFFERED As a service to organiza- tions, churches, schools and fraternal organizations the Sun publishes notices of their fund raising events on the front page in bold face type with a small charge. For sometime some of the organizations have been turning in the publicity as news to be printed in the commun- ity calendar without charge. The public notices will be lira- fled to the use of churches, schools and organizations. Cost is ten cents Per word, with a minimum of one dollar. 843-3643 i. mmm Produce Grain Hay -  r  FOR SALE: Hay, rye grass and ., vetch. RomanYoder, PI Sherl- , dan 843-3674 FOR SALE: Eastern Oregon -' alfalfa hay, ton or truck load. Valley hay. Any day but Sat- urday. Otto Jahn, Grand Ronde. i. Ph. 879-2372 or Estel Wright i 879-2340. I I I FOR sale - 1 Ton Loose Horse i. II Hay $10 - Pick up in shed- I R. Kerr, Box 277, Cherry Hill. . IlII ii illiIItm illii iiiii II Miscellaneous =_-- IIII IlIIIIIlIII IlIIIIIIlIIlIIII CUSTOMERS need Rawleigh .=-- Service in McMinnvllle, full or =.= part-time. Earn $3.50 hourly .." and up, For information and  free booklet, write Rawleigh, " 306 Adeline, Oakland, Calif.-" I McCULLOCH CHAIN SAWS -- -- preferred by professional Saws cutters. Both new and used == saws. Dick's Chain Saw, Wil- lamina. Ph. 876-2533, nights Dallas 623-2794. . . iii III LAWRENCE BURBANK " Sheridan 843-6841 ==- THE OREGOHIAN By mall or delivered to Beauty Salons Studio Of Hair Design OWNER- GERARD FIRST IN NEWEST FASHIONS Sifter 5:00 Appts. Available 208 Adams Ph. 472-72 Jewelers Banks Diamonds-Witches-Jewelry china-Sterling-Sliver Plate St alnle ss Steel +FINE WATCH REPAIRING Timmreck & McNicol ,Jewelers 428 E. RD H. 472-68'2 Savings & Loan Assoc. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASS(IATION Of McMinnvillo 445 Third St. Ph. 472-6171 McMinnville. Oregon Farm Machinery +,, C.qqc,q.DR 'rc'rOR XMFIJCMEICr CO. Ja Deem HomeUte Wade R{dn Rom's Farm Machinory Sa8 Irrigltion Sprayor8 Highway 99W At Evans St. McMinnville, Oregon Ph. 472.5184 Your Door. Modern Uphol stery Upholstery Fabrics Unlimited Furniture Restyled (DON'T THROW IT AWAY} FREE ESTIMATES (Back of U.S Bank) 323 N. DAVIS PH, 472-7832 Tires FIRST NATIONAL BAN K OF McMINNVlLLE McMINNViLLE, OREGON 472- 2161 MeMINHVILLE .TIRE SERVICE Respairing F1reseue Tms 1109 Lafayette Ave. Ph. 472.6946 Shoes WHERE YOWRE Always Two Foot I,p In mcdlt. Comfor And Econom T BIFFER BROWN o= ..oRE = = -- Ph. 472- McMinnvUle I WET DIAPERS on our hardwood floor and now there is a dark stain." We were asked what could be done. I I These stains are permanent. ..I' The only remedy is refinishing. -" In the future, keep vinegar wa- I I ter handy for sponging tmmed- I i i lately. Then rinse, dry and I rewax. I I I{I * I I BE WARY OF CREPE PAPER mm --. DECORATIONS in your house. mm .. Bright colors fade on damp .. areas of the carpet or uphol- i.i stery. These stains are usu- i." ally impossible to remove by i, home remedies. You'll need to I " call a professional rug clean- I ii er--the sooner the better I I I i CAN YOU DYE GLASSFIBER iii i CURTAINS? llll "- Several people have asked iim i.. this. There is no home method III --- for dyeing these fibers. Glass IlI I. fiber fabric gets its color dur- IlIII i. ing manufacturing. Since it IIII -- won't absorb moisture, it won't . pick up dye. I Ill Ill I I I I HOW CAN I GET COFFEE .= STAINS FROM PLASTIC CUPS? ='.i. Rub with a paste of soda and .." water on a damp cloth. Or try ..-" full strength liquid detergent. ====" If these don't do the lob, try --= some of the special plastic mm -= cleaners. The hardware, de.. m -= partment or grocery store will .m have them. IIIi i BE WARY OF SPOT CLEAN- . ING UPHOLSTERY with dry --- cleaning fluid. If the cushion- i ing is foam rubber cleaning fluid will cause blistering and softening. For other types of upholstery, there is no prob- lem. Be sure room is well ventilated while cleaning. FOR sale: Ladies' large mod- el 120-bass accordion, Italian custom made. 21" key board, 3 treble-2 base changes. Black and white, very good condition. Ph. Willamina 876-3220 any- time. ,IImIIIIiiiiim IIIIIII IIIIIIIII .III IIIIImIIIIIIIIIII.iii IIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIII IIIII II IIIIII IIIIIIII IIIiii IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIII I III III mmiiii I II I III I I II I I Miscellaneous. Real Estate Automotive Fuel For Rent |.mmlllmllmlmmllmml lllll I m lmll Im [lm m mlml Ill I Ill Ii I m III I ml mll ll II Itll Ill II m m. m I I I I l II t,mI .