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FFA Awards Event Set Fourteenth Annual Awards Night for the Sheridan Chapter of Future Farmers of America will be held at the Sheridan High cafetorium Thursday, March 26, at 7 pore., according to Jim Baltimore, chapter ad- visor. Dessert will be served. Opening ceremonies for the event will be conducted by FFA officers, followed by the In= vocation given by Rev. Ralph H. Perry. Dessert will be served by girls from the Sheri- dan High homemaking classes. Slated to present the welcome to Awards Night guests is Chapter President Leland Veach, while Ralph Huntley will present the response. Greet- hags from the student body will be issued by President Ed Brandt. Scott Kyle wfllpresent the entertainment and FFA Vice-President Terry Chris- man will handle introduction at guests. Guests speaker for the Awards event will be an out- standing FFA member from the Albany High school chapter, Randy Martinak. Reports will be heard from Norman Wolfen- harger, Bill Kadell, Larry Eisele, Terry Chrisman and Leland Veach. Awards to be presented in- clude the Safeway Award, the Fancher Award, Ellingsworth. Awards, the Sweetheart presen= ration and the honorary member. Installation of new officers will close the evening's activi- ties, according to Baltimore. Ballston Man Now In Spain Serving aboard the U. S. Sub- marine Tender Proteus out of Rota, Spain is 2/C torpedoman Ivan Whitlow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Whitlow of Ball- sign. The ship, formerly based at Dunoon, Scotland, is ser- vicing Polaris-firing submar- ines at the new naval base in Spain. Young Whitlow, who entered the Navy in October 1960, re- ceived his schooling in Key West, Fla. He has since seen duty in England, Raly, Holland, Germany, Greece and France, as well as Scotland and Spain. His ship is ,'mother" vessel to eight Polaris=equipped sub- marines. Gopher Valleg CHEERLEADERS (.9) for the fathers team in the annual grade school Father-Son basketball game Monday night led the team of dads on to the floor while the large crowd roared. (Sun Photo 128) The Cecil Gross family at- tended the Roadster Show in Portland March 8. Mrs. Alta Sanderlin, Clifford and Pat had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Pomeroy March 8. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hill of Goldendale, Wash., visited the Frank Marrow family March 8. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith attended a dinner as guests of .................................................................. Mrs. Geneva Long in Salem, INSURANCE PROBLEMS March 7 in honor of Leroy Long's birthday. We Can Help You With Them ,,,.=,,,,,,,,,,, Comprehensive- Life- Fire- Automobile New Used Photo) Health & Accident Insurance GLASS Insurance Jobs A Specialty SACKETT & WRIGHT Mishler Wreckers INSURANCE w,.,c, B,,d,. 142 S. BRIDGE 843-4112 Willamina 876-2432 linUmmNillillill RECENT FIRST place winners in a National Baton Twirling association contest held in Canby were Karen Camerillo, I0, daughter at Mr. and Mrs. Richard Young, and Wendy Daeges, II, daughter at Mr. and Mrs. Jim Daeges of Sheridan. (spooner Ballston There were 16 families rep- resented at the Sew & Social club's annual family party and potluck held March 14 in the i.= me i .ha tome i .m. im.. ......................... Community hall Ray Page, Mrs. Charles KadeLl, Mrs.Jack Blsseil and Mrs. Tony Gon- shorowski were the lucky ones in the drawing at the close of the evening's party. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Van Cleave of Salem visited Sat- l urday evening at the home of Mrs. Van Cleave's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Clark. Mrs. E.D. Small was dis- charged from McMlnnville Gen- eral hospital March 16 follow- ing several weeks at treatment. :after an automobile accident in July. Ballston Sunday School will present an Easter program, fol- i lowing the regular Sunday ischool beginning at 10;45 a.m. Mr, and Mrs. Melvin John- son visited relatives in Port- land March 12. Mrs. Floyd Page's little niece, Terry Osborn, at near HOBBY SHOW SET Annual hobby and antique show and fun night is sched= uled Saturday night at theRick- reall Grange hall, All hobby- ists and the general public are invited. Sheridan spent a few days at the Page homewhile her mother was sick with the flu. Mr. and Mrs. George Gard- ner visited in Amity Friday with a friend, Mrs. A. Shelton, Sunday they were in Corral= lis to visit a brother, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gardner and a great niec% Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Budde and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Sechrlst attended the basketball tourna- ment a t Corvallis Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hill at Sheridan were Sunday guests at the Douwe Mellema home. The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, March 19, 1964 5 mmqllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltl:glglglllllllltltlt IIlI . t00oosenech : Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rhodes visited in Portland Sunday at the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Conr. Mrs. Rhodes' mother Mrs. G.N. Frazer returned home with them and will be visiting at the Rhodes home. Sharon Kllmer of Portland visited over the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.Paul Kilmer. Other guests during the weekend were Loren Nice and Melvin Miller of Lake Os- wego, Saturday overnight guests were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mislfler and Sunday dinner guests were the Mishlers,their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. AI Bur- Benefits Due Disabled Vets Disabled war veterans and war widows in the Sheridan area have been cautioned by Jay Prather, Yamhlll county vet- eran's service officer that they have only until April 1 to apply for their annual property tax exemptions. Applications must be filed with the county assessor in the courthouse in McMlnnviile, Prathor said. The exemption amounts to $7500 of the true cash value of the property, while a separate benefit in the way of an annual license fee reduction up to 100 is pro- vlded for widows and disabled veterans residing in housetral- lers. Details on both benefits are available from Prather at his office in Room 103 at the courthouse. Services Held For Ex-Resident Funeral services for a Sher- idan-area resident of many years ago were held Feb. 28 at Friesen-Wiens Mortuary in Dallas. Florence Tyler - Smith Craven died at her home in Dallas Feb. 25 as result at a heart condition she had for several months. She was 81. Born in Philadelphia on Jan. 23, 1883, she moved to Sher- idan as a small girl. Her father was a medical doctor. She attended school in Port- land and was married in 1899 in Sheridan to F. Joe Craven. They moved to Ballston, where they resided until moving to Dallas in 1902. Sheridan Bowling League By DAVE YODER STANDINGS, MAR. 17 Team W. L. Pts. Sheridan Grain Co, 23 13 32 Hammon's Hiway Mkt. 21 15 28 Dartgold 21 15 27 Agee's Marketerla 20 16 26 Kizer Sheet Metal 19 17 25 Tuggie Chev. Co, 19 17 25 Sunshine Dairy 18 18 24 Biskey's TV 17 19 23 Rickreall Farm Supply 16 20 21 Femcor #4 16 20 21 Don's Body Shop 14 22 20 Gillespies Care 12 24 15 There will be a short business meeting of the Sheridan Summer Mixed League Tuesday, March 24, at Walnut City Bowl at 9 p.m. key and family of CresweIL CalLing Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Miller and family. Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Abbott and family were Sunday dinner guests of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Lund and Perry of Astoria. Steve Ab- bott remained for a week's vis- it with his sister during the school spring vacation. Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Keeton a[ Sheridan were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mayes Smith. Other guests Saturday of the Smiths were Mr. and Mrs. WilLie R. Hargitt and family and Jimmie Kennard and Leo and David Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Over- holser at Seattle were Satur- day overnight guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hertzler and family. Lynnette Hertzler returned to Seattle to spend the spring vacation with the Overholsers. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Abbott and family visited Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Enos Schrock and family. Cal Ktlmer, Steve Abbott and Mrs. Loyal Abbott attended the annual FFA Banquet at Willa- mina Friday evening. Mrs. John Kaufman and John attended the Lockner Headricks wedding In Salem on Friday eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. Paul KHmer at- tended the wedding in McMinn- ville Thursday evening of Miss Joan Wolfer and Larry Mas- cotte. MJD BRIII Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wol- fer and Joan at Sweet Homewere Friday evening dinner guests of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nice and family. Mr. and Mrs. Berle McTim- mends and family of Grants Pass were overnight guests Thursday of his perents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McTimmonds. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Stutzman and family at Grants Pass were overnight guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.N. Stutzman Sunday night and are spending several days visiting friends and relatives here. Mrs. Nadlne Marner and fam- ily of Portland were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Yoder and family. Sunday din- ner guests of the Yoders were Mrs. Marner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Stutzman of Halsey and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Shenk of Monmouth. DR. VICTOR E. JOHNSON Chiropractic Physician HOURS: 9-6:00 MONDAY THRU FR[E) AY 9.12 THURSDAY & SATURDAY GENERAL PRACTICE. LAB & X-RAY 876-3302 188 S. MAIN-WIMN I Block South of ridge i i We like doing business with Murray Black And he likes Standard's policy of supporting local business If you had an oil well out in the ocean, as Standard often does, you'd find Murray Black a useful man. He helps to build, and also services, underwater oil wells and pipelines. Murray is not a Standard employee...he's an independent contractor, with five other deep-sea divers on his payroll, and thousands of dollars of his own money tied up in equipment. He started specifically to serve Standard's offshore drilling operations near Santa Barbara, and, from this small, local beginning, has become one of the busiest submarine contractors on the West Coast. While his services are unique, he is only one of some 18,000 individual suppliers from whom Standard buys goods and services every year. Many are small, independent operators such as Murray Black. Standard's purpose is to spread its purchasing as widely as possible, so that its dollars help to build many local businesses and communities. Our annual shopping list is more than 50,000 items long. As our dollars flow into your community through local purchases, they help its whole econ- omy. 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