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Annaia: we }stole near m,e remarks of Representa- daresav we cannot denv him the had an Easter egg hunt. The l "-''" tive Merrill Hagan at the Rotary fact t'ha thev are' t ed 0 ,:a fifth graders hid the eggs. Mrs. : Rporters: Mlr,e Czowe, meeting last week in Sheridan. sound resonin and aa]-rneSs Bell was /he hostess, Mrs. Stuck i .......... _ : ............... - . ....... Cla  I ,believe that all those in at- and not by intimidation or lade Boozm Helm. "kd Man o! the Old Wt" TYZ_ !on TV we Americans have grovn accustomed to see- ing "bad men" of the eaTly West. I'd like to tell you about one of them who roamed the Pa: .ific Northwest during the years -of the Civil War. There are some problems in dealing with him t}ecause many..-of the stories about him are in ghat never- never land between legend and 1act. Also I was strongly pro. :Southern in his sympathies, Snd it is possible that he .was actual- ly. working as an agent of the <nfedoracy, and most of the yarns ab0dt! ,re-toIfl by n- .hern synpathize. perado men. Five of the brothers have been killed from time to time in bloody enoounters with men of like character." .Helm was held in the Olympia jail for several months, then there appeared a notice in the Overlan& Press of that city tell- ing of his escape: "lEFT -- Boone Helm, for some time past one of the dis- tinguished guests of She .Hotel de Block-house, left about noon one day last week for parts un- known." ,Boone Helm emigrated to the California mines in 1859, having,' it was said, committed murder in Missouri. According to one blis name,mlone Heim.,H  he had. been released after came roma .t w asck I reepoaeens of h trial; .aamed "NdPe'  C,0V-laccording to another he was la to British Columbia, othflcomntte to a mental ias[tu- the Pactfie  to  . ]tins d esc. The hizt0r_'ian, Sle of the. kie he was IHuber Howe Bancroft, wrote a kiiown aS-neithe most notor-]brief sum_m,,_ of e Helm,s ious of tire "d agents" dur- /Me la 'P.0hlar TribUnals, in lg the Civll Var yeats. ...186, * o tile first: inc!d.ents On anuary 31, 1863, them ap- mentioned of hlm in the tg-itor. :leared a story, in the uge.ne ies Is wtheh, at Salt Lake City In gity Review. l,:is an exception the spring of 1858, he was in in that it Is told ,by a sympathi- company with one Pawell who . zer with the Confederate cause, Joaquin Miller, later a famous poet: "Boone Helm, who ,has murder- :ed no less fihan five or six men, is now under arrest at Olympia, Washington Territory, for kill- ing Dutch Freak a man of not much better character, at Flor- ence (Idaho) last winter. The history of this man is mosl: ex- l 'aordinary. Ve, With his six br,- t:mr;, all ren of powerful frame : d reckless character, went te "'Mifornia at an early day and he q!elm FmiIy,' as the seven %rother:; vcere calld, soon be- ,:me t,he m/':t nctorioun of des- SHERIDAN BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Braatz :and three sons have moved to "Sheridan from Litchfield, Minn., and are making their home on ltarrison Street in the house for- merly owned by Mrs. Jessie Jeals. They moved to Oregon for rs. Braatz's health, seeking a .milder climate than Minnesota's. AMEICAH LEGION AUXILIARY tLlly Suhs ................. Prestdent *Callle Helder ..................... See. Visiting members Welcome Meets 2nd and 4th Mondays had been trading with the Flat. heads. Helm left The Dalles the autumn previous for Salt Lake in company with seven gamb- lers, carrying all the necessary implements of their profession,, and a race horse w.hioh was to beat anything in Utah. It was a short cut to that land where no i strangers are, and all of them :reached it on the way exoept oln. After four days' fight with uative: a sno'& storm set in, in .,! .:.2] six of the villains perih- :.', _;lm shooting the la ow, 'h trod become snc,-vbliml, for b,:'l. Soon after reaching Utah, ;"!m joined Johnson and Harri- .;.?',: b-tnd of horse-thieves, end made raids into California, and :tol,e animals from the overland company and the military. At L)d0i the quartermaster, recogni- :ing and attempting to arrest /-im, received a ,hall in the head. ?ext we find Helm at Los Ange- les, where he robbed a store- keeper; then we hear of him at Mr. and. Mrs. Laurin McCarty of Portland and Mrs. Opal Lux were Sunday &inner guests Of Mr. and Mrs. MelVin MeKibben and Nancy. Visitors in the after- noon were Mr. and Mrs. Vern Marked and. children of Golden- dale, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. Don Murphy and four sons of Portland. " INSURANCE PROBLEMS? We Can Help You With Them "' Comprehensive  Life -- Fire  Automobile Health & Accident Insurance SACgETT & WRIGHT INSURANCE 142 S. BRIDGE TH 3-4712 AUTOMOTIVE GREASE 114 PLASTIC TUBES, ': J)tl 4.ttmt's what fo!ks sgy .about R'M Automotive-G#s. in 12 :Oz. plastic cartr,.o.g.es. (liUidat Waste ad contminatlon; simplifies rimng r sroa" ram. .st p off te e.ds of the tub* ar into your. gun. grease, too! Lubricate wheel bearings, chassis fittings, water pumps, universal joints end track rollers with just one grease! For any Standard 011 product, call "'Ken" Graham 241 S. W. Railroad Sherid,n, Oregop 843-6172 , the Salmon River mines shoot- ing a man one Sunday afternoon for refusing to drink with him." This was the event that install- ed him in the Olympia jail. After the escape from the ely. mpia "Hotel de Block-house," Boone Helm seems to have gone north to British Columbia where the country soon became too hot to hold him. He spent a winter in a lonely cabin in the Rogue River Valley near the old Call fornia - Oregon trail. He later tried to kill the man who had saved itfls life and had put him up for the winter there. The Montana mines attracted him in 1863, and he went to Virginia City, Montana, where he joined the notorious Henry Plummer gang af "road agents." He was hanged by the vigilarttes on Jan- uary 14, 1864, with the words on his lips, ."Every man for his principles. Hurrah for Jeff Davis! Lot her rip!" If you go to Virginia City to. day, you may see the graves of Boone Helm and the rest of the Plummer gang. There are neat wooden head markers for each of them; in fact, new markers are placed there every once in a while so the tourists won't be disappointed. Harmony --Mrs. Floy Blair, Cortes. 843-6147 Mr. and Mrs. John Veaeh were Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Clore. Vern Blanohard and his siter Mrs. None Morey and ehilckcn of Bend were Monday uight via- itors of their mother, Mrs. Laura Panehar:l. :,.s. John Moroncy ,1,:i daugh. to'. Mrs. \\;Vm. Arnn,'-,: and little daughter were V',.::'/h]esday even. lng guesr of Mr:;. Fl,ov Blair. The Stitch arid Chatter club met Thursday with Shirley Seg- rist for quilting. Those present ere Bhylis Curent, Hannah Mo- roney, Carol Ammon, Thelma Hill, Mary Veach, Laura Blanch ard, Dora Thomas, Vivtan Fir. niesz and Muriel Greenlaw. The next meetlrg will be May 23 with Dora Thomas, Frank Horvath of San Iandra, Calif. was here Saturday until Tuesday caring for things on his farm. Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Ottoway of Aurora were Sunday callers of Mrs. Floy Blair. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Berggren of Nevtberg were Saturday eve- ning guests of Mr. and M's. Hugh Veach and family. Friday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Clore were Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Shands and 'his sister, Miss Virginia Shands of Memphis, Tenn. Rev. and Mrs. Lorne Nadiger and family were Saturday eve- ning dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Toivo Simonson and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson and family of Eugene, Garry Hampton of U of O, and Tyrene Herber of OCE were Sunday af- ternoon guests .of Mr. and Mrs. C,2.orge Turpin and Terri. M:'..and Mrs. Sam Aikman ha, Sunday dinner with his sister, Mr. and, Mrs. Alex Porter in Sa- lem, when Mrs. Porter honored her daughter, Mrs. George Wil. .on of Ballston with a birthday dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Sam, Ediger and family of Portland were Sunday dinner guests of My. and Mrs. Kenneth Shenk.. Sunday Mrs. J. S. Phillips and Mm. Hugh Walker drove to Port- land where they joined an ex- .eursion party that went to Mad- ras by train, and then by bus to Round Butte Dam. Mrs.." Laura Blanchard and Neppie Lu Bell were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Buell Tbe Sheridan Sun Dean E. & Merna l., Holmes Editors & Publishers. Published every Thursday at Sheridan. Oregom and entered al the Sheridan Post Office as sec- ond-Class matter. ATIOIqAL EDITORIAL N\\;, t7 !'i% P U B LI $ H E R $ Subscription rates: YamhiL Polk, Tillamook Ccunties---$3.0 Outside this area $3.50-- b(Hvtcczne/l anywhere $3.00 :helped furnish refreShments. We all had a good time. Mrs. Leith: We had a nice Eas- ter egg hunt and party. ,Mrs. ,Me-. ritz and Mrs. Segrist helped with the party. We finished the book "Ready .for Numbers." We are learning about baby animals born in he spring. Second grades, 'Mrs. Burdg: We had an Easter egg hunt and par- ty. ,Mrs. Michelle and ,Mrs. Ever- ett sent the treats. Miss Roweil: We had an Eas- ter party. Mrs. Dunkin, Mrs. Old- ham and Mrs. Purvis brought the treats. Julie Marts hid the eggs, and we had the egg hunt out- side. Lind Sommers fell from her bike and was quite badly :hurt, and is in the hospital. Third grades: Mrs. Bosch: Mrs. Stanley Chrtstiansen was our substitute while Mrs. Bosch wenI .to Portland to le with Mr, Bosch for his eye surgery. We are los- ing Carol ,Duncan who is movirtg to Toledo. This leas 20 in the class. Mr. Bosch and Mrs. Spoon- er came and took pictures of our bulletin board on clothing. Mrs..Huntley: We made Easter bunny baskets. We enjoyed our Easter party when Mrs. Gross came. We finger painted our Easter .eggs. Fourth grades: Mrs. Melonuk: We have been working on frac. tions in arithmetic. We are stu- dying about Maine and Norway in social studies. We had an Eas- ter pnry with the help of Mrs. Mrs. Barber: Kevin Cooley has of Six Corners. Other }{u,='! ; were Mr. and Mrs. H. Buell. Mr. and Mrs. James Drape and family of Portland were Sunday dinner gue:k of Mr. and Mrs;. Hugh Veach and family. Later all drove to Coronado Shores to see the new home of Myron Ber.g- gren. Mrs. Glenn Hill is in Eagle Point this woek to be with her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Vannice who dad major surgery Friday. (Held over from last week) First grades: Mrs. Annala: We made a village and named it Bigtown. Some ,of the boys and girls are going to bring cars and trucks for the village. The hous- es are all close together so they will all learn to ,be good neigh- bors. Mrs. Leith: Several boys and girls have been absent this week. Group one is reading in "I Know a Story." We made hell. copters that fly. Mrs. Burdg: We have been ma- king letters and mailing them, and we gave them out to the room. Carilone McLean brought her pet rabbit to school. Group two is reading in "Come Along." Miss Rowell: We had a birth- Say treat for Jeanette Simonson. She was 8. Linda Sorimers is home from the hospital. Susan Hays is ill at home ,and will be home for quite awhile. Mrs. Bosch: We had a nice Easter party and the rain stop- ped long enough for us to have our egg hunt out.of-doors. Mrs. Huntley and Mrs. Blair furnish- ed refreahments. We finished our transportation unit with stories and illustrations about imaginary trips we had taken on different animals. With Jan- et Stanley absent, Allen Martin is our champion in both aition and subtraction. Mrs. Huntley: Everyone that wa. present Wednesday got 100 in spelling. William Gross brought an aircraft c, rrier, a d - stroyer, and a B-F homber f-,r .:-, cial studies. Communication is our subject, and we are studying TONY F. BRALEY 506 S. E. Edison St. CONCRETE CONTRACTOR Estimates Cheerfully Given Phone 843-255 Sheridan Mrs. W. P. Harris is relorted I / SHERIDAN LODGE NO. recovering nicely from goiter l @ surgery Wednesday at the Gen- I 64  F. & K. M. eral hospital in McMinnville. l 1St Wednesday Mrs. Murlel Greenlaw drove[ i her son Wayne to Portland Men- [ Eugene McKinley .............. W.M. day, where he took a bus to hiS|Melvi n Agee ................ Secretary home in Clinton, BiCi. t bendance appreciated the intelli- gent, down to earth and sincere answers to some of the pressing problems for the Legislature dur- ing this season. or being only this first year as Representative, he .has proven himself, as far as I am concern- ed, to be a most capable and ef- fective Representative wit2 a Morse code. Everyone talked ov. er a walkie-talkie. Mrs. Melonuk: ,Next week we will begin studying the manu- facturing region. We have been doing some implement dsign- ing. 'Billy Purvis has chickenpox. ,ors. arber: Many of our stu- dents have been absent this week with colds and flu. Gayle Yoder modeled a dress at the Me- them' Tea. .Fifth grade: Mrs. Ivie and Mrs. Sloan: We have finished the Poc- i ky Mountain states and ha& a .test on it. Kathy. Sanderson and !Sharon Pratt were absent; and i Bill Treadway has chickenpox. i We elected as new officers fr the last six weeks: president, Molly McKendrick; vice presi- dent. Steven Sprague; secretary, of understanding. I hope haSe w.ho have not had the ity to hear or speak to him do so if they have the chance so that they can see first-han! what an able RepresentatiVe Yam&ill County has in the Leg, islat.ure this year. J. A. Hebert - Mary Holmes; treasurer, Summers. We had a short prOg ram at our class meeting day. Susan Willard and Sheeley presente& a style Annie Hebert and Sherry told jokes, and Mary Holmes a baton routine. SHERIDAN BRIEF Mm. Bessie Male attende& funeral of a family friend, Bert Fisher in Portland last nesday and spent thenl her son, ttob and family gard. The monthly for all church "Congregations participate in will be held S " day. May 5 at the Christiav church in Sheridan. J ;" ': ' , ' , :&2  made for days like this One ingredient is priceless: "It  Jor" Visitors Idve., Olyml4e Bre'it Comps,y, Ol.pia. Washlslto. *Ole McMinnville Business Directory & Shopping Guide Auto Body & Fender Rep. Portes Body & lender Sop BODY & FENDER REPAIRS COMPLETE RADIATOR SERVICE Wreck Rebuilding Complete Paint Service 17 & N. Baker Ph. 472-5413 ! Automobile Dealers Buick - GMC - Studebaker Sales & Service VINTON & LARSEN 830 N. 99W McMinnville Ph, 472-6144 Beauty Salons THE POWDER ROOM BEAUTy SALON Complete Beauty Service Merle Norman Cosmetics Free Demonstration By Appointment Masonic Bldg. Ph. 472-7616 Bowling Lanes ? For An Evecdnq Out... For Healthy Exercise AND A Lot Of Fun... Try The WALNUT CITY BOWL - Junction Hwy. 99W & 1S McMnnville Ph. 472-5031 Oancrete Blocks BURCH CONCRETE & SUPPLY CO. Ready Mix Concrete Building Blocks Lite-Rock, Pumice & Concrete Decorative Blocks MeMinville Sheridan Ph. 472-5510 Ph. 843-2262 Contrs. - Excavating TEDRICK CONSTRUCTION CO. Excavating- Water Sewer Lines Tree & Stump Removal Ph. 472-5045 or 472-2535 McMinnville Homes For The Aged COZY NOOK Hmne For The Aged Mary Bontrager For The Elderly State Licensed Reasonable Rates  Pleasant Surroundings - Home Cooking 728 S. Davis McMinnville Ph. 472-5811 Ice Cream BELVEAL'S ICE CREAM 24 Flavors We Make Our Own Hamburgers - Hot Dogs TuriY Burgers 1250 S. Baker Ph. 472-7314 x Farm Machinery CASCADE TRACTOR & IMPLEMENT CO. John Deere Hbmelite Wle Radn Rear's Fan Machinery Saws Irrigation Sprayers I-Iig.hway 99W At Evans St. McMinnville, Oregon Ph. 472-5184 Men's Clothing MBLIN.WHEEL The Man's Shop Complete Apparel For Man & Boy Boy Scout Distributor 403 - 3rd McMinnville Ph. 472-7613 Paints GUNNESS & PETERSON The Decorating Center Paints - Wallpaper Floor Coverings U. S. National Bank Bldg. Ph. 472-6611 McMinnville Photographers COLCORD STUDIO Frank Coicord, Owner Portraits, Commercial Weddings - Aerial ' 3r & Davis Ph. 472-7211 MtMinnville Restaurants - Lounges ORIENTAL GKRDEN Reset & Lounge Dine - Dance Chinese & American Food Ph. 472-7444 Orders To Go Hwy. 99W McMinnvllle Savings & Loan Assoc. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Of McMimaville 445 Third St. Ph. 472-6171 McMinnville, Oegon Guaranteed Service On All Makes SEWING MACHINES & =qACUUM CLEANERS Boersms SEWING CENTEB 309 N. Baker McMinnville Ph. 472-7751 J Shoes WHERE YOU'RE Always Two Feet Deep In Qdality, Comfort And Economy BUSTER BROWN SHOE STORE P,h. 472-5536 ,McMinnville ,,J Tires O'DELL'S TIRE SERVICE B. F. Codrich Tlres Flyinj "A" Gas & Otis RECAPPING SERVIC DEice BATTERIES 3rd & Ford McMtnnviUe P 472-54OO J Tbaccos ANDY'S PIPE & TOBACCO SHOP Imparted & Domestic Tolacces Electric Razor Resxdr Custom Pipe Repair Ticket Reservations to Anythin In Oregon . 1030 N. Iakcr Ph. 472-291 J Upholsters MODERN UPHOLSTERY Custom Upholsbering For Comfort . Sentiment Free Estimates - Pick-Up & Delivery - Back .of U.S. Banl 323 N. Davis Ph 472.783