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Yamhill County Resident Pays for Blood Red Cross Official in Campaign Session &apos;Because we (53 have the Red.'::,.: i>rc:/ran: wine prevented blood bank, no Yamhillilrorn drowning it woul indeed only resident pays for blojd. IL.e d/icuA to pit, ca a high have a standing offer of $100 ', any local resident who ean i a bill showing he paid l Red Crcxss bided at any lo- hospital since the program into eff6ct." was answered a question ,by one of the more than volunteer workers who atten- the Yamhill County Ameri- Red Cross fund campaign at Dillin Hall Tuesday. officials went on to ex- that the going hospital I : in this county for admin-I .g blood was $10.50 per] but that this was not a I : for lood itself,, which in i whore private blood-banks may run as much as ,$80 for the rarer types. This I addition to an administra-! fee. Under the RC pmgram I J give their bloock the RC' the collection costs and] it over free of charge tel hospitals. I answer to another question I to what the RC had done lo-! in the way of disaster ser- i Executive Secretary Jack pointed out that as a l of the Columbus Day wind 18 claims were investiga- c:/:Jugh aiue on that service. t_e re,teratcd that residents of 'amhill coumy while in the :i:'ee ccm',y hspitals last year received 1200 pints of blood which would have cost them a minimum ol $48,000 on the open market. 4-H Summer Camp Applications Ready Applications ,to 4-H Summer School, held on the campus of Oregon State University are now available at the extension office for 4-Hclub members 13 years of age before Jan. 1 of the cur- rent 4-H club year. Applicants must :have completed a year of 4-H club work and be presently enrolled in 4-H. 4-H club mem- bers who would like to attend 4-H Summer School should turn in ,their permanent record and 4-H story together with a com- pleted application blank by Ap- ril 15. 4-H Summer School is an educational experience held an- nually for about 2,000 Oregon 4- H'ers. Summer Sc2mol provides an experience to learn new ideas, better ways of doing things, ma- 1 by the Red Cross and a to, king new friends and leadership l of $5,200 spent. This went to opportunities. Club members at- county families who Jtending summer school are given hsustained storm dmmagetscholarships provided by service au no other resourees and/clubs, business organizations unabe to obtain aid thru t anti professional men and wo- ol channels. These funds!mens groups. Y amhill county ourl lght gifts, not loans, lwill send 40 delegates to sum- said. mer school this year. workers were given Club members 15 years and el- opPortunity to ask questions der, will have an opportunity to residents put to them in select classes they would like to field. T, he question and an-t : period took the place of the l hal speaker. Bn Gray Mc-I n '  j9 vflle, 1963 county funtil paign chairman, said "It is I necessary for us to have a One usually has a spea- to generate ,enthusiasm.. We have that enthusiasm -- you would not be here." answer to what other ser- the Red Cross performs, so residents will know what are getting from their gift Cross, Coleman reminded volunteers of the .home ser- program designed to give servicemen aid when there art emergency in his }mine- family. Coleman sat8 that servicemen, for example, d been brought home from Japan and Morocco past year. ,. ., Coleman also cit.d the first] program and ttat of water i He reminded the workers if just one child, by learn-! g to Swim through the Red attend. Instructors are residents, university staff members, ex- tension specialists, county ex- tension agents, and commercial representatives. Club members have opportunities for leadership in their living groups by plan- ning assembly programs and other committee aignm,ents. Recreational and fun activities also play a part in the enjoyable experience of being adelegate to 4-H summer school. u | "" im ' i" ,, ' ' " " . . _ ,ll :T00.0ke00. Former Local Residents l State Rap. ltaganl over Lauded for Kind Act I00,iC'"S Pr0greta Made $I state Road Use in February Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Boundy of the Bellevue area, were his mother, Mr. and and Mrs. John Matthew, A Portland man, W. Aaron Pfaff, took the troubl,e to write a letter to the Klam.ath Falls pa- per, praising former Sheritian residents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Herren tMerdith Linton) for their kindness following an auto accident. Published, it was head- ed "Kind Act" and is as follows: "My wife and I would like to laud the kindness and helpful- ness of two Klamath Falls citi- zens. They are Mr. and Mrs. Leo- nard Herren, two residents of which your city can be proud. "Wednesday, Jan. 30, at about 3:30 p.m. we hit ice on a turn below Salt Creek Falls in the Willamette Pass and slid into a dtite2z My wife received a broken nose and a bad cut on her cheek and was bleeding badly. "She is a bleeder wahich caus- ed us even more concern. I walk- ed to the highway and tried to flag down a car far assistance. After several cars had gone by, Mr. and Mrs. Herren stopped. They took us to Oakridge to a clinic and waited while my wife was examined and patched up. "Then they insisted that they drive us in to the Sacred Heart Hospital in Eugene rather than wait for an ambulance to be sent all that way. They saw us safely into the hospital anct in- to the hands of competent medi- cal personnel before they would consent to be on their way. "It renews one's faith in hu- manity to meet two such people who care enough about their fellow man to help them, even though they we r e complete strangers and even though they had nothing to gain. "K]amath Falls should indeed be proud to have Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Herren as residents of[ its fair city. "W. Aaron Pfaff, 3612 S.E. Cry- stal Springs Blvd., Portland 2, Oregon." IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIII School Reporter BY Linda Holmes llllllllllllllllBIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllll SHERIDAN BRIEFS BoY and Girl of the Month Jeanne Warren was named Girl of the Month for March. Je- anne is a member of the Nation- al Honor Society, Yell Queen and also participates in all anti Vernon Montr, oy of MeMinn- Mrs Ted t.awrenee schl activities. Jeanne is out- ville, Mr. and *Mrs' Bounciy's par-!standing in all of aer work. of Salem, and ents, Mr. and Mrs" Martin Myers i Jim Wheeler was named Bov of Vancouver, Wash. Calling in of the Month for March. Jim has be, an very active during the the afternoon were Mrs. Clinton McGhehey and children of Mc- Minnville. The occasion was Mrs. Matthew's birthday. BENEFIT DANCE On Tax Program By State Representative Merrill Hogan At the conclusion of my last message to the people of Yam- hill county, I indicated that my next article would deal with the subject of a "Gross Receipts" tax. However, in view of the de- velopments in the tax program being considered by the House Tax committee, another stbject would be rrmre appropriate. Recent news releases have in- dicated that Senate and House tax leaders are making rapid progress on a tax program ac- i eetYtable to both hermes.. This ;situation is unique, in that us. !ually this state of agreement is not achieved until the late days of the session, and then only af- ter much controversy. The point I wish to lllltkae is that this general agreement does not embody a general sales tax. The cigarette tax and a compro- raise of the "Net Receipts" .tax and the "Gross Income" tax ap- parently makes up the plan. Further, there is a rumor to the effect .that an increase in the Basic School Support Fund is not likely in this session. As I see it, the result of this program will be that there will be NO relief for real property taxes and high- er income taxes will be the or- der. Many people have contacted me asking w.hen the Legislature is going to adopt a sales tax which woul act as a direct off- set on real property taxes. This has led me to believe that the people want such a tax, but the message is not getting to the House Tax Committee. I would urge each and every taxpayer to express their wishes in this mat- ter to the members of the House Tax Committee NOW. Your let- ters should be sent to any or all of the following members of the House Tax Committee: Richard Eymann, F. F. Montgomery, Cor- nelius Bateson, Victor Atiyeh, Sidney Bazett, .Rchard Hoyt, Clinton Haight, W.O. Kelsay and Jack Smith. ome Extension Unit Met at Smith Home Tt Sh'idan Home Extension unit met Thur, sday at the home of Mrs. Mark Smith, when the home extension agent, Mrs, Dor- ris Re,y, presented the topic, "De- [sign in Dress." Mrs. Roy discuss- ed the most becoming line.s in clothing for betterment of the figure, also showed how the types and colors of fabrics af- fect the appearance .of the figure. She took members of the unit attending, andJ placed various fabrics on their shoulders to show the most becoming color and the effect on the skin. T, he regular potluck luncheon was enjoyed at no:re. Plans were made to sponsor another bene- fit pinochle party tc add funds for the nursery care of children of members. Also it was decided to have a white elephant .sale at the March 28 meeting. At that meeting, Mrs. William Tread,way will give a study of Cuba. The annual spring festival will ba held April 19. Sheridan Briefs The Study Club will meet Mar. 14, at the home f Mrs. Cecil Harrison, with Mrs. Letha Brow- ning co-hostess. Mrs. Ted Ross- nor will present the topic "Health  From Mustard Plas- ters to Penicillin." Mr. and Mrs. Robert Belieu, Lorraine and Delores spent Sun- day in Portland at the home of Mrs. Belieu's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wade, when a group of relatives assembled for a pot. BUELL GRANGE HALL Saturday, March 9 Music by Adm. $1 'SMOKEY & HIS NIGHT RIDERS school year. He is active in sports and participates in most ,school activities. Mother's Tea All of the committees under the direction of Mrs. Richter, are beginning their work towards this year'.s Mother's Tea. The girls in the homemaking classes and the .other girls in school have the opportunity to make clothes and then a tea is held for the mothers and a fashion show is presented. This is the annual event for the G.L.A. and is their big money making pro- ject of the year. All of the girls are enthusiastic and some of the girls make outfits to model. Construction Work Begins M.onday, workers began tear- ing down the shop and the gym. All of the classes were moved in- to the old building and will ,be held there until school is out. The band room was moved out behind the .old building and will remain there the rest of the year. Th.e shop is almost down and !work is being done on the inter- '}or of the gym. 6 Weeks Tests 6 weeks tests were given on Thursday afternoon and Friday morning last week. Report car& were ,given out Wednesday. A catty remark often has more Salem., March 1  Truckers paid a record $1,219,309 for their use of Oregon highways during February, 1963 the state public utility commissioner reported today. He said this is a gain of $146,575 or 14% over February, 1962 payments of state weight. mile taxes. The record payment erased the loss posted last month and push- ed this year's January and Feb- ruary collections of the tax 3.5% over the same two month period in 1962. Collections for January, 1.963 were $1,191,384 compared to the $I,266,0e6 reported in January 1962  a drop of 5.9%. Sheridan Fellowship Calendar Announced Phil Sheridan Fellowship prog- rams for March as announced in the Fellowship Flier include March 1, a guest speaker, Dr. Regner Kullberg of the Multno- mah County Health Department, who will talk on "How to Keep Well." There will also be a bus- mess meeting. March 8 will be the potluck birthday luncheon and guest day, with a party honoring all persons who have birthdays in March. There will be games and leathercraft and a floral art talk by Mrs. Jeannie Nickerson. March 15 will have the usual arts, crafts and games wit sack lunch at noon and will fea'- ture a social hour and a fellow- ship talent fast. March 22 Dr. John Hoffman of McMinnville will show pictures o,f his trip around the world. March 29 will feature gardext. ing and flower slides by Stephen J. Thomas, director of campus at Linfiel6 college. Norblad Calls f, or U. S. Lumber in F. H. A. Structures Congressman Walter Norblad (R-Ore) has reintroduced his bill requiring that only lumber produced in the United States may be used in housing con- struction covered by FHA-insur- ed mortgages. Norblad said, "my bill extends to FHA-insure4 housing con- struction the Buy American Act principle under which military family housing construction must use domestic produced c0n- struction materials." "It is mandatory that we take ie,c.e EXTIL00 INCOME Dealership for Nationally Adveised FUTUiI00 SWIMMING P00L00 Economical Fast-selling Pool No Franchise Fee Display pool at your home -- your only investment You may sell thispool at end f seaso Now is the ime to, get organized For information write: DORAN TAYLOR Distributor of Futura THE WORLD'S MOST WANTED POOL 517 N.E. Dean Drive, Grans Pass, Oregon Yamhm County's 842 4.,H Youths Join in Observance 0f National 4..H Week "Young Citizens in Action" is action goal. nphasis is place :he theme of the National 4-H on career exploration and the !Club Week, March 2-9. The 2,- value af wise decision making ir 285,000 youth who belong to reg ard to vocational choice raore than 94,700 clubsin urban, Widespreacb changes in agrt.. suburban and rural areas in the culture technology in recent United States and Puerto Rico years are being faCed" squarely" will join in the celebration, by 4-H. Leaders realize it is neb Yamhill county's 842 4-H youth ther poible nor desirable for will be a part of the group, all farm youth to stay on fame, This year's 4-H Week obser, so rural members and others re vance has a number of lcal ceive help in becoming well- and national aims. Among them, rounded individuals wdao cart to locus on 1963's citizenship in earn and serve in many fields. Mrs. Sechrist Elected Club President New officers elected Monday at the regular meeting of the Sheridan Garden club were Mrs. Jay Sechrist, pros}[tent; Mrs. Ce- cil Harrison, first vice president; Mrs. Lloyd Nisly, second vice president; Mrs. Otto Holder, sec- retary and Mrs. Ernest Huntley, treasurer. Mrs. Nisly is the re- tiring president. The Monday meeting was the flower garden hat tea, and win- ning prizes for the best fashion- ed hats were Mrs. Robert Nash, first; Mrs. tIenry Sundberg, a guest, second; and Mrs. Bill Ivie, third. During the business meeting, plans wm'e made to attend the annual district meeting t be held ir llillsb., April 18..Mrs. I Nisly reported 31 essays and 4 ]posters for the annual conserva all possible action to regain the i tion contest, the winne:'s o eastern lumber market largely ':which have been selected and taken over by Canadian lumber!sent in for district competition. producers. Enactment of my bill [. Special guests were tv/o o: t:.c would help establish this and id,!striet .officers, Mrs. Je,hn V/:L restore American jobs lost to the '.of Hillsboro and Mrs. D. D. tAii: Canadians," Norblad said. !of Rawleigh Hills, Mrs. Sut, dl,:,. Fellowship Potluck Event March 8 The Sheridan Sun Welcomes New Subscribers The Sheridan Sun Will Come to You for 25c a Month. Keep Informed on the Local News. Read the Advertised Bargains from Mer- chants in the Phil Sheridan Country each Week. The Classified Page Alone May Be Worth Far More to You Than the Cost of the Entire Year's Subscription. $3.00 a Year - $1.7S Jot 6 Montks For Residents of Yamhill, Polk Tillamook Oounfles  Outside That Area $3.50 A Year = If You Wish to Subscribe Fill Out This Coupon and Mail to Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon Name ................. , _. ................... Address ........................................ -. ...... .,. , ............ . ....................................... - ..... (Yamhill, Polk, TiUamook County Subscrib- ers enclose check for $3.00, fcr 1 year; $1.75 for 6 months. ) The monthly potluck dinner for members of the Phil Sheri- dan Fellowship is planned Ior Friday, March 8, with all having birthdays in March to be hon- ored. There will be games and leat&ercraft instruction in the m.ornirg, and a talk on "floral art and millinery" by Mrs. Jean- nie Nickerson. Dr. Regnor KulLberg of the Multnomah county health de- partment was unable to be pre- sent for Fri&ay's meeting soMiss Hayes of the Yamhill county health office talked. She told of the services available to the public through the: county health office. Skle stressed the visiting nurse program which makes it possible for many chronically ill persons to be car- ed for in their own homes. {and Mrs. Rude. The meeting wa.s held at tE,:. ] home of Mrs: W. I. Wilbur, v,:i:h Mrs. Jack DeJong and Mrs. Ma:'i. ':O'Dell as co-hostesses. They sq i ved a delicious dessert in tea clusion. i The April I meeting will b,. held at the home of Mrs. F.e Spooner, with Mrs. Sechrist, Mr::. Fred Wirfs and Mrs. Fred Simo::- son as co-hostesses. The annua ramble is planned for May am the concluding meeting in Jura will be held at the home of Mx.s Rhoda Smith, when new offi:.:r. will be installed. Hurricane season and eleci,:n time both appear with one thin; in common -- big winds! Sheridan Briefs lives than a cat. luck dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Green spent 00Ey00ke.-00r in 00se00urg with _-  , m. and MYs. Lent -- An = Green and family, taking little | M d _ .lm..][lOirl _1--I Jeffrey Green home. He had ___IS KlSgh|lTV ispent several wees visiting his  k] i'@ F gWw==w= Igrandpa rents in Sheridan. -- i' =, Mr and Mrs Vin Russell are 113 E, Main -- ner a - I mown this we I " g ", k to Newport, E!where Vin ares a Position with 4-H is an informal out.of- school learning supplement to training given in homes, school, church and elsewhere. Popular 4-H projects meeting youth need today in both rural and suburban areas include career exploration, automobile care and safety, electrification, health, nu- trition, personality improvemenL home beautification, horseman. ship, entomology, money man- agement, leadership, and citizen- ship development. There are 100 4-H projects available to boys and girls interested in becoming 4-H members. Assisting club m,mbers witll 4.H events in all states will be 307,750 men and women who serve as vohmteer ]eaders and guide 4-}I work in local commun. , tries acrts t}'<, ('(mnlry. One hun(lre( thiri men and w)men in Yamhiil county served at 1-H club lea,l,crs tas;t 5ear. READ G0f@ l0090g . ; .k'..{ / Hours: Mon.- Tues. Wed. - Thurs. Friday 7-9 p.m. Saturday 2-4:30 p.m. Libra./ on 2rid Floor City Llal Sheridan eom- CHICK DAY In the mood for a New Hairdo? Why not th Roman-tic Look? Very Much "In" this Spring -- With high rising W,aves -- Soft sprigs of curls. So Feminine, so Flattering, . so Wear,.ble. Easy.to-kee too, wl'n you start with our oft "Body" Permanents. i Call Today For An Appointment  843-4102 = m,mmm,,:,m,m....,ui,..,i..m'""m"mu'mmu"m"""m'" I FOR ALL OCCASIONS Mrs. Robert Mitchell Sheridan TH 3-4300 18-tnfe Phone 843-4542 w m m m m i i Sheridan Grain Co. Free Chicks To Everyone 12 Noon Until 6 p.m. Bring Boxes For Chicks Paresienne Styles GREEN ACRES FL000ERS resident of the ;munity. tnf-p Thursday, VI"/00 = t Cascade Lumber Co. He started " work with the oor.pany Wednes- March 14  <y, March 6. Spnng  MissJessieHartyts a patlent Free Ch _" in the Tuality Community Hs- With -_ pital in Hillsboro where she is - lcks LaBelle - Miss Harry is a former long-time