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m The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, March 12, 1964 5 I I |m|| |||am| mmm || mmm|m|wmmm|mm| mmmmm*m|. m|||m! mm ml ||| m| |||mm |mm|mm ||mm|m||m| ||m| || m|mu 1111 |m mm|mmm||m|m|| |- m|m||mmmm | |mm| || ||| ||mm|| m|||m Mi00ellaneous Services Real Estate Fuel Pets ml mm wmmmmwmmm mmmm mmmmmw mm mm mmm m LEARN AND EARN Learn salesmanship while making good income with one of Oregon's finest Ford auto- motive agencies. Selling is fun, pays well when you have the "best" product Retire- ment, hospitalization. Sales background helpful. See Erslle Robbins at Gilbert Tilbury Co. McCULLOCH CHAIN SAWS Dick's Chain Saw in Wiliamina is the place to come for your complete sales and service. Ph. Willamina 876-2533, nights Dallas 623-2794. Farm Bureau Furrow FARMERS AND MEDICARE To anyone who wonders why many farmers are opposed to increasing social security taxes to pay for medical care, one of the answers can be found in the boost in the tax rate for seN-employed persons. Under the proposed legis- lation, the farmer would pay $301.60 in 1965, and $379.60 in 1968 and afterward, compared with the $259.20 he pays now. The 1968 payment is based on a rate of 7.3 per cent on a maximum earnings base of $5200, compared with the cur- rent $4800 base. So some farmers would be paying more social security taxes than federal income taxes. This would be an additional bur- den on a group already saddled wlth an ever-lncreaslng prop- erty tax. A look at the property tax bill many farmers pay over and above production expenses of planting and harvesting a crop makes it look as if they are working mostly for the tax collector. Unknown to many, the social security tax rate for the seN- employed has risen six times since 1953, and when it rises to 6.9 per cent in 1968 (if Medicare does not pass), the rate will have increased 207 per cent. The increase to 7.3 per cent if the bfllpasseswould mean an additional 17 per cent rise. Nothing but public opinion can stop the rate from being in- creased either before or after 1968, but public opinion has not proved much of a safeguard up till now. The Social Security Act of 1935 has been amended 65 times and one Congress passed 17 of these amendments. Farmers and other self- employed persons are asked to pay their social security taxes in a lump sum at the end of the year, while employes have their taxes deducted from their paychecks, the latter a fairly painless method. A farmer netting $5000 income is often hard pressed to pay $960-$300 under the current rate, let alone $379.60 five years hence. Aside from the cost, the pro- posed Medicare offers little in return to those who would pay into it for several years. Pri- vate insurance groups can do a better job of providing health insurance for the aged, and those who cannot afford needed medical care have benefited greatly from the Kerr-Mills Law of 1960 FFA Names New Heads Sheridan High's FFA Chapter held its monthly meeting last Thursday, electing officers for the 1964..65 school year. New officers are: President, Terry Chrlsman; Vice-Presl- dent, Larry Eisele; Secretary, David Hubble; Treasurer, Danny Tibbets; Reporter, Nor- man Wolfenbarger; Sentinel, Garfield Firneisz; and Parlim amenarian, Edgar Ash. These officers will be installed at the Chapter's Awards pro- gram March 26. A delegation made up of five FFA members and James Bal- timore, the chapter's advisor, will be attending the State FFA convention at Klamath Falls March 18, 19 and 20. This is an annual Convention with FFA FRUIT TREES ---FOR SALEm,- PEAR, PRUNE end CHERRY VARIETIES LARGE VARIETY OF APPLES ON DWARF ROOTSTOCK ALSO ESPALIERED WEPSTER'S NURSERY SHERIDAN, OREGON PI-L 843-4197-- if no answer-- PH. 843-6971 i FOR SALE: Used Western overhead 9' door with tension spring, all hardware on door. Ph. Dewayne Willis, Wiliamina 876-3353 NEW STOCK small and large color signs. They give the mes- sage boldly. Some of the signs: Apt. for Rent, Closed, For Rent, :tr Sale, House For Rent, No Utting, No Smoking, No Tres- passing, No Parking, No Pets, Sheridan Sun A bird in hand is worth money in your pocket when offered for sale in this space. FOR SALE: Working share in Plywood Cor-op, Port Orford, Ore. $5000. $50 down & $50 mo. Steady work, no layoffs Wages $2.60 per hr. time & half for overtime. Might consider trade. T. J. Van Santen, Box 195, Amity. Ore. SEWING and ALTERATION done in my home. Jean Brown, 416 N. E. Center. Ph* Sheri- dan 843-6674. BRING MONEY We Are Slashing Our Inven- tory #1-N.S.F. 100 lb. Plastic Pipe 1/2"-- ft 1-1/4"--18( ft 3/4"--6 1/29 ft 1-1/2"-25 ft I" --10 ft 2" --35 ft WAS IS #I Cdr. Shingles $1350 $12.50 #2 Cdr. Shingles$ 8.75 $ 7.75 235 Ib #i Roofings 8.35 $ 7.85 Resawn Rf. Shakes$17.50 $16.00 Roof tar ton lot $47.50 $42.50 Galv Cor, Roofings 8,45 $ 795 #1 Cor. Fiberglass 21 I/2 18 I/2 Redwd Siding "A" $169 $149 Painted Shakes w/u $1L95510.95 NAILS per 100 Ib $8.95 $ 8.25 Drive Screw Nails $16.75 $12.75 Plasterbd I/4-4x8 $ 1.50 $1.39 Plasterbd 3/8-4x8 $1.75 $1.65 Plasterbd 1/2-4x8 $2.10 $1.95 25 lb Joint Cement $ 2.95 $2.25 25 lb Tex. Paint $2.95 $ 2.25 Latex per gallon $ 295 $ 2.45 Bean, Berry Wire $10.50 $ 8.95 32"-12" fencing $11.95 $1095 39"-12" fencing $1295 $11.95 32"-6 " fencing $15.25 $14.25 47"-6" fencing $21.45 $19.45 Concrete Mesh 7x200 $26.75 $24.90 52-gal Wtr Heater $54.95549.95 4" C.I. Soil Pipe 74 69 1/2" copper tubing 24 15 1 1/2" galv pipe 35 30 1 1/2" draInage ells 58 29 1 I/2" drainage Tees 89 39 3'x2' alumwlndows $13,35 $9.65 3'x2'6" alum wind, $15.00 $10,70 5'x2' alum wind. $17.00 $12.35 6'x2' alum wind. $19.00 $13.30 5' patio drs w/s. $69,50 $64.50 8' patio drs w/s. $89.95 $74.95 10' patio dr w/s, $99.95 $89.95 Plywd, doors, hard.re SP E CIA L C. G. LONG & SONS Salem, Ore 1 ML North of Keizer Ph* Salem 364-0161 Rernc b: I Repair, Re-Roof, add a Room - Nothing Down - No Payment until May - O.A.C. Feb. - Spec. 3- piece - bath complete with fittings - white $99.95, Color - $11995. LATEX - PAINT - $2.95 pal POLY-FILM-3/4 FT. & 1 1/4 Ft. COPELAND LUMBER PH. 843-6342 SHERIDAN, ORE. McCULLOCH CHAIN SAWS- Saws preferred by professional cutters. Both new and used saws. Dick's Chain Saw, Wll- lamina. Ph* 876-2533, nights Dallas 623-2794. GET that extra key DUPLICAT- ED today while you wait at Fancher's Paint &Hdwe.,Sher- dan, tele. Sheridan 843-4844 OREGON JOURNAL Contact Matt Hlntzen, Sheridan LAWRENCE BURBANK Sheridan 843-6841 TH E OREGONI AN By marl or delivered to Your DoOr. FOR SALE: 1959 Roadster, new battery, new sliding glass windows, good tires. A-I con- clition, private party. Price $900. Ph. Grand Ronde 879- 2751. NOTICE: We are in need of Girl Scout dresses. Anyone who would like to donate or sell garments Ph- Grand Ronde 879-2102 i FOR SALE: onelectric range, one 3ersey cow and calf, one white face cow and calf also others. B.J Sisson, Rt. 1, BOX 230, Gooseneckp Sheridan, OUTSIDE paint $2.50 gal. & up; super latex $2.95 gal; li- noleum rugs 9x12 $5.95, 12x12 $9.95, 12x15 $1195. Bargain Mart N. 99W, McM. in the Big Barn. wmi mmm eui m wm mlw , WASH AND DRY your own laun- dry. Wash 259- dry i0. Open 24 hours, 120 N. Bridge St., Sheridan. LAWN MOWER GRINDING, saw sharpening, scissors and grass shears sharpening. Newt's Fixit Shop, 116 Railroad St., Sheri- dan. WATER WELLS drilled. Cash or terms. No down payment, 36 months to pay on approved credit. FHA or bank terms. Kullck Well Drilling. Ph- Sher- idan 843-6833 or 843-2423. Household ,Furniture mm mmmwumm USED FURNITURE Appliances, Hardware and Tools IS you didn't buy it from 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 FOR SALE-Davenport and chair in good condition Phone 843- 3515 after 6 p.m. USED APPLIANCES Ranges - Refrigerators Washers & Dryers "VIE HARDWARE 146 S. Bridge 843-6122 FOR SALE: Green hide-a-bed, good condition, reasonable.. Ph. ,ilia,inn 876-2812. FOR SALE: Harmony house mattress used two months. Metal bed coil spring, set $30. Small light oak dinette set with 4 chairs, newly upholstered $12.50. Montgomery Ward re- frigerator, excellent condition $40 Call Wlliamina 876-2814. mwmmmmmmlem 111 mmnm i Work Wanted It i ii tlatl ii i Iiiii i i it ii i ill tltlll itl i WORK WANTED: Plumbingand carpenter repair. Also other types of repair work. Reason- able charges. Wayne Terry, 454 SW Jefferson, Sheridan. Ph. 843-3643 SEWING and ironing neatly done, also will babysit in your home evenings. Mrs. Hart 843-2256, WILL plow gardens. Call Ralph Braatz- 843-4277. mmmmlm imm mlm mmam nm Produce,Grain,Hay a " m a nmmml mmmmm mtm FOR SALE: Eastern Oregon alfalfa hay, ton or truck load. Valley hay. Any day but Sat- GARDEN WORK, rot.vatrig or plowing with tractor. Francis Haenny, Ph* Sheridan 843-4444. INCOME TAX SERVICE See Alvin Hulett at Valley Jet. Ph. 879-2486. Over 20 years experience. Rates are reason- able. All phases of Tax Work. Come in or call. Anytime day and evenings till 10 p.m. WIRING Residential Commercial Cadet Baseboard Heating Terms on Approved Credit STUCK E LECTRIC, INC. Small Appliance Repair Free Estimates Sheridan 843-4422 BOOKKEEPING, tax work, photo copying. Lloyd Palmer, Sheridan Bookkeeping Service. 843-2102, 119 N Bridge. lsmmmmlmi m m i i Automotive n mill|I! |lll|ll m|I| I I FOR SALE or TRADE: for older car, 1961 Buick LaSabra, fully equip, new condition, 27,000 miles Joe Caron, Ph- WLliamina 876-2604. 1960 FORD STATION WAGON, new tires, top shape, will take suitable older car In trade. Low Price. Ph. Larry Hiit Sheridan 843-4672. FOR SALE or TRADE: 1959 Chev. pickup with canopy. Fred Wood, Rt. 1, Box 33, Wlllaminao Ph. 876-3548. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Lebold of McMlnnville and Mrs Pete Donaldson of Kimserley, Sas- katchewan, were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Grauer. Mr. and Mrs. Go C. Yocom Sr. were afternoon visitors. Mrs. Bob Wells, wife ofSher- dan's city recorder, Was due home Thursday after under- going minor surgery Tuesday in a McMLrvtlle hospital, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Daven- urday. Otto Jahn, Grand Ronde. port and family were in Myrtle Ph. 879-2372 or Estel Wright Point, where they attended the 879-2340. 60th wedding anniversary of ,- ....... - ..... .... ,,, ..... ---, Mr. Davenport's parents over Mi II the weekend. Mrs. Davenport sce aneous became ill with the flU while there and was not able to re- turn home until Tuesday : n tm|Itmmtll tltltl t! tltttl! THE SUN is an ideal gift any wmgmwomu mm om 158 ACRE FARM for either FOR SALE: Shavings, wood, graIn, seed or row crops. Has clean planer ends. Dry or full set of bldgs. Borders on green. Phone 879-2136orwrite river and creek through place E d Larsen, Grand Ronde, Ore Only 2 miles out $39,000. SALEM FUEL CO. 26 ACRES. Good 3 Bdr. house, barn, garage on creek. Has irrigation equipment. Now growIng alfalfa and straw- berries. $19,500. 6 ACRES with nearly completed 3 Bdr. house---beautiful view of river bordering on property Irrigation equipment goes. $9,800, LARGE DUPLEX on large lot, now rented at $75.00. Price $6,000. HOSTETLER REALTY 843- 4] 44 148 S. Bridge Sheridan 16 ACRES, 8 acres cult. Stream through the property. Modern 2 bedroom home 3 miles from town. $7,500. 14 ACRES mostly cult. Very good 3 bedroom home wlth full cement basement At the edge of Sheridan. $11,750, terms. 5 ACRES. Completely re- modeled 3 bedroom home. $7,900, $1,000 down. BARGAIN of the WEEK, this 2 bedroom home, with attached garage. In a very good dis- trict. $5,000, terms. 4 dr. home, all electric heat. Hardwood floors and oversize lot. $6,000, $1,000 down. On the Yamhlll River, this 2 bedroom home, with living room, dining room and kitchen. $6,500. SHERIDAN REALTY Ph- 843-3153 Sheridan 8KEJEDJL BPJ[ZF8 Mr. and Mrs. Grant Sharer of Sheridan are announcing the arrival of their first great- grandchild, an 8 lb. 6 oz. girl, J'uanita Hene, born Monday, March 9, to Mr. and Mrs. John Berry (Naomi Sharer) of Newberg. Mrs. Roman Yoder, Mrs. Alvin Miller, Mrs. Carl Yoder, Mrs. Paul Kilmer and Mrs Calvin Yoder drove to Albany Tuesday, where they picked up Mrs. Derald Hosttier. They went on to erewell, where they were dinner guests of Mrs. AI Burkey. Mrs Robert Mish- ler and Carolyn returned to Sheridan with them and will be visiting relatives here for several weeks. 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. PIONEER CHAIN SAWS Lawn Boy, lawn mowers, Merry Til- lers, Lawn Boy tillers. See your authorized dealer. We service what we sell Sheri- dan Engine Works, 740W. Main, Sheridan. Ph. 843=6001 after 6:00 P.M. FOR Cushioned Comfort wear Knapp shoes. Leslie Hubble, local agent. Rt. 1 Box 28, Sheridan. LARGE envelopes, smll enve- lopes, from 12xi5 1/2 inehes down to Coin size. Sheridan sun. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Miller, Darlene and Carol of Lake Oswego were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nice and family. Mr. and Mrs. Enos Schrook, Mrs. D. F. Shenk, Mrs. How- d Nice and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shenk attended the funeral services Saturday at Hubbard of an old friend, Oliver King. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Schrock were Mr. and Mrs. Amos Eash and family of McMinnvflle, Mrs. Vera Schrook and children of Salem, Mrs. D, F, Shek, Mr. and Mrs. Enos Suhrock and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Shenk of Monmouth and Mr, and Mrs. Paul Nisly of Mc- Minnvflle* The occasion was the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Wayne shenk. Weekend guests at the Larry Hamilton home were the Rev. 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- I It lltl itmI I It l--It-ltmgPl II__ll_l_n lI I m I I i l# i t t i i t it i i t t =itittltmttmttiittmtitm|mt Money spent at home stays March is Red Cross month. there, helps you. Give now -- and give gener- ously FOR SALE: Fuel & mulching sawdust, also wood, also fire- place wood. O'Reilly Bros. FOR SALE: Purebred male Tele Sheridan 843-6193 and Chihuahua puppy. Ph. Me- Sawdust - Blower & Push.u Amity 835-2204. Minnville 472-2359. Slab Wood Collect Calls Accepted on Order iimnllllllllllllUlllllllllllnllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIll Reach 2,800 Families Each Week Sheridan -- Amity Rt, 1 -- Willamina City & Routes -- Grand Ronde, City & Routes-- Complete Coverage of the Phil Sheridan Country. f Write your classified ad on this blank-- Then  in to the Sun or phone Sheridan TH 3-312 Phone 362-4031 Livestock,PoulWy , ! i'm |mm|! mmm! iillm FOR SALE; 5 year old mare $8%50 Roger Johnson, Rt. 1, Box 243, Sheridan. FOR SALE: Weaner pigs. John Sigrist, Rt. 1, Sheridan, Ph- 843-4566. Real Estate $3850. full price for 3 bedroom home with living room, kitchen, dinette, bath, utility, storage, city water and sewer, on 50' X 125' lot. Terms $250. down, with payments $48. per month including taxes. Located at 529 W. MaIn St., Sheridan. Write Director of Veterans' Affairs, State Finance Build- ing, Salem, Oregon. Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my thanks to the friends who sent me cards, flowers, gifts and other acts of kindness while I was a patient in the hospital, and since returning home. Clyde Lindsay CARD OF THANKS I wish to express sinere thanks and appreciation to the nominating committee, the community and the Sheridan Sun for my recent nomination as herdan's "Mother of the Year". I consider it a great honor. Mrs E.Ao Brandt For Rent wmmmmmmmmmmmimmlll FOR rent: 3 room furnlsb,d house, garage. Elmer Duncan, Opposite Shell Oil Plant, West Main, Sheridan. Ph* 843-6437. FOR RENT: Large, centrally located 7 room house, also partly furnished 1 bdrm. cot- tage. For details contact A.C. Louden, Lincoln Bank, Willa- mina. FOR RENT: 5 room home in Legal Notices NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been ap- pointed administrator of the estate of Lloyd Monroe Jones, deceased, by the District Court of the State of Oregon for Yam- hill County and has qualified All persons having claims against said estate are here- by notified to present the same duly verified as by law re- quired to the undersigned at 102 South Bridge Street, Sher- idan, Oregon, within six months from the date hereof. Dated and first published March 12, 1964. Date of last publication April 2, 1964. Everett Jones, Administrator Harold R. Fuller Attorney for the Estate Sheridan, Oregon mlwammm ml* i ammml immmmmm* Timber mill mmlmmml Jummm||i|mmmiwi WANTED: Small second growth fir cord-wood stumpage. We will remove blown-down No amount too small or too large, J. & W. Lbr. Co. P.O. Box 587, Ph. Willamina 876-3692. country. 1/2 mi. north of Mill WANTED: 8 ft. fir logs, 6 Creek school on creek. Newly inch diameter and up, $22 per remodeled. Must have ref- cord. J. & W. Lbr. Co. P.O. erences. Ph. Clyde Reed, Me- Box 587, Ph- Willamina 876- Minnville 472-6291. 3692. Ballston and Mrs. Melvin Paulas and family of Sweet Home. Mrs. Melvin Johnson and Mrs Mrs Cary Mclntosh and son, H.I Kaltenbach visited Thurs- David of Newberg, visited Fri- day evening in Dallas at the day night at the Everett Smail Sunday dinner guests of Mr. home of the hatter's daughter, home. and Mrs. Alvin Miller were Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Miller, Grandma Miller and Mrs. Ro- bert Mishler and Carolyn and Bud Furgeson. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Yoder and family took their daughter, Marlyce, to Portland Sunday morning, where she joined other members of the A Cap- pela Chorus of Western Men- nont school They gave a program Sunday morning at the Portland Mennonite church. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Yoder and Maurice were Sunday din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Miller and Charlene in Lebanon. Harmong ] Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Klanecky and daughters of Salem were SUnday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Thomas. Mrs. Robert Misolles and daughter visited from Thursday until Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shenk. Low Cost Sun Classifies Mr. andMrsGlennLochner visited their daughter-in-law, Miss Allen Lochner in Salem on Friday. !Bllle,llttt.t.tt.--.t''tt'ttt--'t ..... ttt.t.t t'ttti'tot'tlot't'It'''''''t'''tt''tttttt . ......---------------------.--- ity calendar without charge. The public notices will be lim .............. " ......................................................................... ;.,.,. ,., .o.........o------...---. .... .......---------------- ........... o.. ....... ....o. .,.,...,.oooo,o.oooooo-o.o.n... ..... o.--o-o'oo'''''' .... "'''' The More You Tell... ... The More You Sell Itmt lna' per wor ............................................. (Minimum charge flmt issue, $1.00) (Mlnlraum ehae each additional issue, 60c) Oaah BhouTd Accompany Order I ]MNmmt Gb,m    Z/lied ,m 1'tt  Moldh Be sure to count your *name and address as part Of the atL Doble rate charged or blind eAs up to $1.50. Classified columns close Wednesday 10 am. "Too* Late to Classify ' taken until 9 a.m. ays. ,,,mm,mmm,m,m,m,mm,,mnmm,w,t,'mum,,m,,,,,n,,,,"wmmmm! ted to the use of churches, schools and organizations. Cost is ten cents per word, with a minimum of one dollar. FOR SALE-Saddles and bridles, Shetland ponies broke to rlde; Also gentle saddle horse for trade or sale. Stud Service by registered Appaloose $35 and $50. '55 CHRYSLER 4--dr. Windsor and '41 CHEVROLET 30-30 Winchester and console radio and phonograph. Phone Ray Brown,Wlilamina 896-2454. TRADE FOR LAWN BOY NOW Easiest starting mower on market. Fingertip starting, O. M. C Engine. A women's Mower. See them at Sheri- dan Engine Works, 740W.Main, Sheridan. SAVE MONEY with a food lock- er. Available now at Valley Maid, Sheridan. Tele. 843-4322 Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Teach received word Monday that former neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Robert White of Welser, Ida, recently adopted a baby girl. Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Clore returned home TuesdaY after spending two weeks at Healds- *burg, Calif., with her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Har- old Lowers They brought their little two year old nephew with them to take care of while Mrs. Lowers is recuperating from a recent illness. Myron Shenk of Oregon State spent the weekend with his par- ents Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shank. Mr and Mrs Robert Clore of Portland and Dan Clore of Van- couver were Sunday guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Clore. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blair and family of Kelso spent the weekend here with his mother, Mrs. Floy Binr, and in Mc- Minnville with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Jack Zumwalt. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Parsons and sons of McMInnville, A.A. Wren and Mrs. F1oy Biairwere Sunday guests of Miss Jove Simmons of Portland when she honored her fiance, Patrick Wren and Mrs. Parsons with a birthday dinner. Mrs. Robert Downs and family. There were 12 members and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gard- one visitor, Mrs. Sheltou, pre- uer of Corvallis visited March sent at dm Mard 5 Se and 8 at the home of Mr and Mrs Social club methug when two George Gardner. quilts were completed for the Dallas Community Aid Cen- Denise and Danny SmaLl are ter During the business meet- the latest victims of the chick- ing. Mrs Shelton received the en pox, which has been prey- comforter donated to the club alent in Baliston for several by Mrs. Cliff Hill of Sheridan weeks, a club member. They are children of Mr. andMrs. EverettSmailKathy, Wi/lamina Man the oldest daughter, just re- turned to school Monday after Now /n Japan a two-week absence. USS WINDHAM COUNTY-- Mr, and Mrs DouweMellema Richard C, Pond, seaman, USN, visited March 8 at Friends- son ofMr.andMrsBenKramer view Manor in Newberg. with of 141 Fourth street, N. W., their friend, Mrs, Johanna Willamina, is servhg aboard Thorall, who recently returned the tank landing ship USS from a six-week trip to Flor- Windham County, operating out ida and California. of Yokosuka, apan. She is a unit of the Seventh Leroy West of Roseburg vis- Fleet ha the Far East, the Red two days with his father- world0s largest operating naval in-law, El.in Smail. force which patrols over one half of the earth's ocean coy- Mrs. Ezra Kflmer accom- ered surface. panied a group of five to Leb- anon and CorvaLlis to observe Sheltered Workshops for the Build community payrolls by Handicapped in operation ha spending your retail dollars at those areas on March 6. home. I The SherMan Sun Wekomes New Subscriben The heridan Sun Will Come to You for c a Month. Keep Informed on the Local News. gead the Advertised Bargains from Mer. :hants 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 - $1.75 6 Non00 For Residents of Yamhill, Polk & Tillamook Oounties  Outside That AreS. $3.50 A Year If You Wish to Subscribe Fill Out This Coupon and Marl to Sheridan Bun, Sheridan, Oregon Name ................................................................................................. Address ............................................................................................. (Yamhfll, Polk, Tillamook County Subscrib. ere enclose check for $3.00, for 1 year; $1.75 for 6 months.)