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NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELEC- TION UPON QUESTION OF IN CREASING TAX LEVY OVER AMOUNT LIMITED BY SEC- TION 11, ARTICLE XI, STATE CONSTITUTION. Notice is hereby given that an election will be held in School District No. 48-14J of Yam- hill County, State of Oregon from 2:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. on Monday, May 4 at Faul- coner Grade School in said school district, for the pur- pose of submitting to the legal voters at said district theques- tion of increasing the tax levy for the fiscal year 1964-1965 over the amount limited by section II, article XI, of the Constitution of Oregon. The reasons for increasing such levy are: To balance the budget for the 1964-1965 fiscal year and to provide sufficient funds for nor- mal operating costs. The amount of tax, in excess of the 6% limitation, proposed to be levied for said fiscal year is $212,662.21. Dated this 13th day of April, 1964. ATTEST: EDNA M. MOORE District Clerk J. ARTHUR HEBERT Chairman Bcard of Directors Notice is hereby given that Alice Virginia Calkins has been appointed the executrix of the estate of Elsie V. Morris, de- ceased, by the District Court of the State of Oregon forYam- hill County and has qualified. Therefore, all persons having claims against said estate are hereby notified to present the same duly verified to the ex- ecutrix at 243 S.E. Harney Street, Sheridan, Yamhill County, Oregon within six months from the first publi- cation of this notice. Dated and first published April 2, 1964. Date of last publication April 23, 1964. Alice Virginia Calkins, Executrix Harold R. Fuller Sheridan, Oregon Attorney for the Estate i NOTICE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL ELECTION AND MEETING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, in compliance with Sec. 331.010, ORS, to the legal voters of School District No. 48-14J, at The Melvin Johnson family was unfortunate in having their entire rabbitry wiped out, with the exception of four three- week-old bunnies. The culprit was a large Collie which had been dumped in Ballston by some heartless creature. The rabbits were a 4-H project of the Johnson children. The little ones are being fed with an eye dropper. Incidentally, Ballston seems to be a favorite dumping place for dogs, especially about ..... ,: license buying time. Some find happy homes, while many are left to the mercy of the dog catcher. This story has a happy ending for this par- ticular dog, as he was found a home by the dog catcher (where there are no rabbits). If the former owner reads this, I hope he will realize some have feelings for a deserted homeless dog. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy West Roseburg and Mrs. Tommy Morris and daughter of Spring= field have been visiting at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Small. Thurlow M cCune of West Linn visited Sunday at the Edna Tuf- ford home. McCune lived in Ballston about 6 years ago and was re- newing acquaintances. Mrs. Robert Downs and brother, Lester Kaltenbach t Dallas were visiting their parents, the H. J. Kaltenbachs April 18. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Wallace of Sheridan spent Sunday even- ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Kilmer and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Gardner were in Corvallis Stmday at the home of Mr. Gardner's brother, the Harvey Gardners. Other guests for the day were Mr, and Mrs. Vern Smith of Hiilsboro. George Gardner had not seen him for 60 years. Mr. and Mrs. Douwe Mellema visited in Newberg Monday evening with Mrs. Meilema's sister, Mrs. J. H. Catton. Paul Lodi was taken to a hospital Sunday evening by am- bulemce, after suffering a heart attack at his home here. Sunday, the Ezra Kllmer family enjoyed a day at the beach. They visited the Marine Gardens at Otter Crest. o, Scout Group Oregon, that the ANNUA IL SCHOOL ELECTION of said District will be held at Faul- Holds Meeting GRAND RONDE--POlk Dis- trict Girl Scout Council held the monthly meeting Tuesday, April 14, at the Scout building in Grand Rondeo Among the visitors was Mrs. Jackle Gat- enby, district representative from Salem, and Mrs. Barbara Gibbons, district chairman from Independence. Attending from Grand Ronde were Betty Reid, committee chairman; MarJorie Reid, camp and activities chairman; Louise Sharer, Junior girls leader; Vio- let Curl, Brownie leader; and Eleanore Kimsey, assistant leader. Refreshements were made by Alice Kno, committee secretary. coner Grade School;between the hours of 2 P.M. and 8 P.M., on the first Monday of May, being the 4th day of May, A.D. 1964, for the purpose of electing one school board director for a S-year term, beginning July I, 1964, and ending June 30, 1969. Dated this 13th day of April, 1964. ATTEST: EDNA M. MOORE District Clerk J. ARTHUR HEBERT Chairman, Board of Directors Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, as adminis- : : i SCHOLARSHIP WINNER - Leonard Rydell, a Wlilamina High senior, has been named win- ner from Sheridan and Wlllamlna High schools of a valuable college scholarship presented by U.S. Plywood corporation. Discussing the scholarship with him is Don Stevens, opera- tions manager at the U.S. Plywood plant in Willamiua. The youth plans to use the work= integrated grant to continue his studies at Oregon State university this fall. (Sun Photo 169) Saturday Flea Market Preparations Near End For the past several weeks a.m. until nightfall at the TOOF the home of Mrs. Francis hall. Thompson has been a busy place The Flea market will con- on Monday evenings when the sist of gifts, novelties and a Senior Scouts and their lead- rummage sale. Lunch will be ers, Mrs. Cliff Bride, Mrs. served at noon to the public, Francis Thompson, neighbor- and other refreshments hood chairman Mrs. Elwin Hell- throughout the day will be avail- Inger, and several mothers have able. met making dozens of num- There will be a "Flea" draw- erous Items, novelties, etc. ing each hour. for the Flea Market. The event The Senior Scouts are Mar- will be held Saturday from I0 llyn Bride, Patty Thompson, Jeannle Wirfs, Cathy Simon- son, Jody Heilinger, Nancy Mc- Kibben, Linda Holmes, Donna Evans and Donna Bride. The girls have been working hard on these projects. Money derived from the sale will go Ballston School News In the intermediate room, the toward a camping trip to Health club has finished its re- Yosemite Park sometime in ports and work and also corn- June. Last year the girls made pleted the Health Posters. a trip to points in Canada. Be a Good Scout--For the Anita KadeU's 4-1saf clover Girl Scouts! plant is growing. Brian Smith's cotton plant is an inch tall and Dale Moon's is sprouting, Boys Involved In Many Scout Activity Areas Cub Scouts from Pack 562 In the upper room, students have been working on projects in health. They have worked in teams of two, and made de.. tailed drawings of parts of the body their project is concerned with. They have had a series at m Sheridan participated In the Market 00Blaze Grand Ronde's Carnival Damages Fixed Event Due On Saturday Repairs have been completed trator of the estate of David Crockett Brown, deceased, has filed his final account in the District Court of the State of Oregon for Yamhill County and that Monday the 4th day of May, 1964 at the hour of 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon of said day and the court room of said court have been appointed by said court as the time and place for the hearing of ob- Jections thereof and the set.. tlement thereof. Dated and first published: April 2, 1964. Date of last publication: April 23, 1964. Maurice C. Adamson Administrator. Harold R. Fuller Sheridan, Oregon Attorney for the Estate. BHERIDAW BRIBI00 Mr. and Mrs. C. (9. Duncan, former Sheridan residents, were Sunday dinner guests at Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Clark. In the afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Clark and boys sur- prised his parents by stopping by enroute home from the CO'St, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Gustafsou and Mrs, B. A. Teats atten- ded Friendship night in Taft Last week, Nineteen Worthy Matrons, nine Worthy Patrons and two past Grand Masters were present. Mrs. Teats is Grand Representative to Arl- z onaa O,M. Clark has received word from his sister in Anchorage that they were okay, but their home was destroyed. They had salvaged most of their furni- ture. She stated that it was a terrible experience and hoped they would never have to go through it again. Orrin E. Clark, KM, left San Diego April 14 aboard the aircraft carrier Ticonderoga for the Far East for duties at eight months to a year. at Murphy's Midway Market west of Sheridan after fire de- stroyed one gasoline pump and seriously damaged another Thursday afternoon after an automobile struck one of the pumps and ignited the blaze. Sheridan volunteer firemen ex- tinguished the blaze and held damage to a minimum. According to Joe Murphy, owner of the grocery market- service station, no one was in- jured in the mishap. Fire Chief Cecil A. Harrison said the blaze was triggered as a car struck one of the two gas- oline pumps. Quick action by the volunteers prevented de- struction of the business Awards Given Continued from Page 1 ical selection. Dellan Smith gave a reading. Kay Kelson played a French horn solo accompanied by Judy Slcan. Representatives to Girls' State were announced by the chairmen of the committees of the sponsoring organizations, following introductory remarks by Mrs. Fred Wirfs. Mrs. Tom- I mY Yooom announced that the Rebecca Lodge has chosen Judy Keck for Girls' State, withKar- en Funk as alternate. Mrs. Fred Spooner, representing the PTO, announced that their choice is Linda Britt, withDon- na Sloan as alternate. The Legion Auxiliary, represented by Mrs. Otto Hei- der chose Marilyn Bride and alternate Diane Ridgeway. REACH BUYERS FAST. Place a low cost Classified Ad today. GRAND RONDE -- Busily getting things in order for the annual Spring Carnival Saturday night from 6:30 to 10 p.m. are members of the Grand Ronde PTA. The carnival is slated at the grade school. Getting underway with the serving of hamburgers, hot dogs, potato salad, coffee, punch and dessert from 6:30 p.m., the carnival promises to be a gala, ikm-filled evening. Featured this year will be four princesses, one of whom will be named queen; three '*famous" clowns, games for every taste, a spook house, a silent auction, a sock hop and a free stage show at 8:30, featuring the PTA Dancing Dolls. Selling tickets for the cam- ival are Princesses Sandra Ris- seeuw and Janesse Moxley, both of the seventh grade, and Joyce Strom and Sheryl Smith, both eighth graders. The girl sell- ing the most tickets will be crowned queen for the carni- val. Proceeds of the carnival will go toward sponsorship by the PTA of a $25 4-H scholarship to summer school, participation in the Polk county Dental Health program and a $100 college scholarship. To qualify for the college grant, a student must reside in school district 42J and must be planning to enter the field of teaching. Scholarship applica- tions are available to any stu- dent meeting the eligibility re- quirements and the grant may be used at the college of the recipient's choice. Amount of the scholarship may be in- creased upon approval by the PTA membership when there are sufficient funds. Included on the selection committee for the scholarship movies on parts of the body, big Scout Capades event Sat- Girls Injured and after doing their drawings, urday inMcMiunville, featur- will make reports, ing demonstrations on the dif- The reports already made ferent projects completed dur- In 2 Car Crash are "Ear," Jacque ONan and Ing the year. Mitzie Keller; "Skin," Doug- A second place proficiency ias Fanning and Paul Lodi; award was given the Sheridan "Digestion," Gretchen De- booth, which used a theme of Jong and Christi Reed. "Cub Scout Crafts - Give a The reports yet to be made boy anything-He 11 make some- are by Violet Lambert andEth- thing." Les DeHart, Mrs. Don el Culver and Bobby Kadell Cooley and Mrs. Floyd Owens and Don Moon. and Den 1 decorated the booth. The Scout Capades drew par- The eighth grade has been ticlpatiou from Explorer, Boy discussing graduation plans. Scout and Cub Scout troops from In the primary room, stu- throughout Yamhill county. dents have made paper flow- Most of the Cub Scout dens ers. The boys in the first are working on Nature and In- grade are ready for a new dian themes for April and May. reader. They are going to Pack meeting will be heldMon- day at 7:30 p.m. at the Chap- man Grade school. Boy Scout Troop 262 Scout- master Don Cooley and Insti- tutional Representative Larry Davis took Troop 262 toNanitch Point Boy Scout lodge on Mt. Hood Saturday morning, They went by car and in Simonson Brothers' logging crummy. Those who went were Chuck and Tom Cinnamon, Bob and Dave Bauman, Tim and Tom Hays, John and Tom Krauthoe- fer, John Simonson, Rick Mue- ler, Perry Wrightbouse, Dan Papen, Stan Latham, Bill Gra- ham, Gary Marshall and KIm Miller. There was about 7-8 feet c start discussing farms. The first grade also made an experiment on water evap- oration. Two WilLamina girls sus- tained minor injuries Friday evening in a two-car collision at the intersection at 3rd and Evans Streets. Judy E. Hall, 17, driver of one of the vehicles, and a pas- senger, Susie Hall, 19, both received slight injuries but were not hospitalized. Dennis L. Hummel, 17, 330 W. 14th Street, driver of the second car, was not injured. The accident took place about 9:.15 p.m., officers said, when the cars entered the in- tersection at the same time. Neither was able to stop in time to avoid the crash. Fellowship Plans Laid "Luncheon Is Served" will be featured at the Friday, May 18, meeting of the phil Sheridan Fellowship at noon in the Amer- ican Legion hall, according to Ted Schoeppe, ticket chairman. Tickets were available for 126 area homemakers to attend the Fellowship fro!d-raising event. At this weels meeting, Sher- idan Attorney Harold Fuller will speak to the Fellowship group about ways to handle wills and estates to best advantage. Rock Beatles Set Next Meet Next meeting at the 4-llRock Beetles will be held at 8 p.m. Daylight TtmeMay 2 at the home Of Ray Tibbets o11 Red Prairie road. At this meeting, we will de- cide where we will take our hike. RALEIGH PARKER, Reporter Intermediate Room Mrs. Milton Fanning, Mrs. Richard DeJong, Mrs. Melvin Morris and Mrs. Charles Ka- dell helped the children give Mrs. Shields a birthday party April 14. They served cakeand punch. Everyone in this room has sent In a Health Poster. The new officers for the last period of the year are Eileen Fanning, president; Lori De- Jong, Vice=President; Brian Smith, secretary. Students in the upper room snow left and the boys enjoyed are starting work on the school inner tube riding for "a real newspaper for the end of the wild ride" at times, it was year. They also finished their reported. Some of the boys Health Posters and units on tried skis for the first time body structure, and seemed to get the hang of The members of the eighth it after a while. The boys grade made their annual field prepared and ate their own trip Monday. They were ae- food. companied by Mrs. Erickson Saturday evening, they had and Mrs. Eugene Hinman. They a program of skits and songs. toured the Capitolbullding, Sal- There were other troops from em City Fire department, Po- Portland at the lodge with them. llce Station and the Airport, Sunday morning some of the where they saw two jet planes boys attended Mass at Tim- land and take off. berline Lodge. The rest of Mrs. Jeanne Buhler of Salt the day was spent Just enjoy- Creek substituted for Mrs. ing themselves. They arrived Erlckson for that day. home Sunday evening ready for Paul Lodl, reporter, another trip next year. recipient are the PTA vice- president, the grade school principal, chairman of the local school board, principal of the high school, and the boy and girl counselors at the hieh school. Group Attends Water Meeting A delegation of 11 Sheridan residents attended the Tuesday night hearing in Salem of the Willamette Basin Task Force, which featured statements on basin water projects, including Red Prairie, by government officials. Heading the delegation was Pete Bell, an ardent worker for the Red Prairie Irrigation project, who made a statement boosting the value and neces- sity of the proposed dam. Oceanlake Meet Draws Oldsters SHERIDAN--The Phil Sheri- dan Fellowship was spotlighted at the Oregon Conference of the Methodist Church at their three, day session at Ocean- lake April 14-16. Dr. Elton Kessel, Yamhill County Health Officer and Mrs. Andrew Haugen, and Mrs. John Focht, representing the Phil Sheridan Fellowship, spoke to the group. Dr. Kessel gave a description of the Yamhill County plan for older citizens. Mrs. Haugen, who was one of the early boosters for a senior citizen center in Sheridan, told the story of the organization. SENIOR SCOUTS Monday night were busy making items for sale at the big Flea Market event slated Saturday at the IOOF hall in Sheridan. The event is slated to get under- way at 9 a.m., with a variety of events planned. (Sun Photo 1"/1) Clubs Hc d Joint Meet GRAND RONDE -- Members of Grand Ronde area 4-H clubs were guests of Mrs. Menden- hall's Willamina Forestry club March 23. Bill Hasford of the Oregon State Game Commission from Portland was guest speaker. His topic was "Birds and Their Usefulness." He showed a film on the nesting and eating habits of our national bird, the Bald Eagle. Members of The Streamers, The Stumpsetters and Section 8 Pups and Mutts Geology clubs attending were Don Grim, Jo- Anne Werth, Jim Commerford, Dennis Werth, Bill Howry, Jim Werth, Bill Reid, Bob McKern, Robert Soules, Darrel Wright, Roger Soules, Steven Bailey, Kim Fuller and Patrick Henry. Leaders attending were Mrs. J.A. Jensefl, Mrs. Elmer Werth and Mrs. Arthur Soules. Open House Set For al Yoders All friends of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Yoder are invited to at- Phil Sheridan ..... Harmong:::::::: ............................. ' .... Belles Promote by MRS. WENDELL HEATH PHIL SHERIDAN BELLES The Phil Sheridan Belles made their first official ap- pearance Saturday at the 20 Miracle Miles celebration. They appeared in the Oregon Miss Universe parade and vis- ited the cities of Oceanlake, DeLake, Nelscott and Taft. The Belles handed out lit- erature telling of Phil Sheridan Days events and extended per- sonal invitations for everyone to attend Phil Sheridan Days June 19-21. The ladies said they received many nice compliments on their costumes. One of the highlights of the day was the Belles' bathing beauty, Rachel Fiatch, stopping traffic in downtown Taft topass out handbills. After the work was dqne, the Belles enjoyed lunch at thePix- ie Kitchen before returning home. sheridan girl ins. 30-2 Miss Joanne Warren, daugh- ter at Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lind- say of 310 S.W. Harriso street, Sheridan, received recognition for placing on the honor roll for the Winter term at Mer- tend an open house sunday, rift Davis School of Commerce April 26, to help the Yoders in Salem. celebrate their 25th wedding Miss Warren numbers among anniversary. " the 43 students achieving a The open house reception is 95 per cent or better grade slated in the Yoders' home at average out of a total enroll- 109 SW Water street from 2 to ment of 229 students at the 5 p.m. school. Mrs. Hugh Veach entertain- ed Saturday evening with a din- ner party honoring her son, Leland, on his birthday. Those present for the event were Nan- cy McKibben, Mr. and Mrs. John Veach and Mr. and Mrs. Truman Veach. Wayne Greenlaw of Clinton B.C. spent several days this past week visiting his mother, Mrs. Muffet Greenlaw, and Malcolm. Mrs. Pearl Hill is visiting with her grandaughter, Mrs. Richard Brown, and family near Fort Hill. SItE RIDAN BRIEFS Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Enos Schrockandfam- fly, were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Shenk, Mrs. Carol Karlin and David and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nisly, all of McMiunville, and Mrs. D.F. Shenk of Sheridan. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Yoder and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roman Yoder and family. Luke Zook left by plane Fri- day for Kansas City, where he was called by the death of his father. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Downing attended the funeral of Mrs. Alena Baird in Newberg Fri- day. Rev. and Mrs. Allen Weibe and family of Dallas were Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schenk. Mr. and Mrs. David Yoder were Sunday callers at thehome of her attar, Mrs. Madie Hayes. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Schmitt and children of Salem were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Gordon Lucas and later callers were A.A. Wren and Floy Blair. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Veach and Virginia were Sunday guests of blr. and Mrs. Victor Berg- gren of Portland. They report Mrs. Berggren recovering slowly from her recent ac- cident. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Lochner and family were Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Headrick and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Loch- ner and Tommy, all of Salem; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lochner accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kaufman, toTil- lamook clam digging and Tom- my stayed with his grandpar- ents. Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Rose spent the weekend in Creswell as guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ferring. Mrs. J.F. Rose, Mrs. Cecil Baird and Mrs. Floy Blair at- tended a lecture and film at MeMinnvllle High school Tues- day on sanitation and cafeteria work.