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2 The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, June 9, 1966 o/ SHERIDAN M00ss D e Becomes 00-BRIEFS .r . Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Bride 7['were hosts Saturday night for :,the birthday Tripoli club when the birthdays of Mrs. Glenn Hill )and Mr. Bride were observed. he Hills were presented a ";going-away gift from the group rior to their departure Tues- Hay by jet from Portland air- :ort to England. They plan to ,Wisit relatives of Mrs. Hill nd slghtsee. Attending the vent were Mr. and Mrs. Fran- Cis Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. e Armond Bockes, Mr. and re. Eugene Small, Mr. and :Mrs. Francis Bradley,the Hills !nd the Brides.  Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Brandt :ttended a family reunion at he home of her parents, Mr. land Mrs. Chris Hundtoft, in ,-Portland Saturday night. Mrs. [Brandt's eight brothers and "their wives were able to be resent. They are from Ha- wail, Arlington, Massachu- ::Setts, Ithaca, N. Y.; Moscow, -Idaho; Seattle, Milwaukle and .'portland. On Sunday the group :itttended church and picnicked in ,Hundtoft's hackyard. It was :the first time in 17 years that the family had been to- -ether. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brock- man and Heidi left Tuesday for Anaconda, Mont, where they *will be making their home for :the summer months. : A 7th and 8th grade math eacher at Chapman Grade @chool, he will be attending .summer school at the Univer- sity of Montana in Mlssoula from June 19 to Aug. 20. He -will be studying for his master*s egree In math and will return o his teaching duties in Sheri- dan this fail. Edward Wilson has been a )atlent at McMinnville hospital ince June 2 for observation and treatment. o Mrs. Arvil Ball returned home Monday after being at McMlnnvllle for five days with minor Injuries sustained in a one car tccldent. Mr. and MTS. Tom Stewart and family of Portland spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. .and Mrs. Curt Levy. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Oekerman f Portland were Sunday dinner ests of Mr. and Mrs. John Gutbrod. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Gutbrod of Corvallis were Sun- day evening callers. Beatrice Curry and Maxine Meyers went to Newport Sunday ,to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ro- bert Baller and family. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Menden- and eight-month-old son, of Albuquerque, N. Me, mrrived Memorial weekend to spend their vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don endenhall. After the Phil hericlan Days celebration next eek, they will return home via sta Mesa, Calif., where they will visit with his sister, Mr. ihnd Mrs. DickDoyle and family. " Mrs. Robert Brockman en- tertained with a birthday party her two-year-old danghter last week. Attending Shannon Denton, Lorrie Stan Ivie, Tommy and Terri Stibbs, Mar. Milhollan, Jennie Dillin, arrie DeHart, Kay LeRoy and Terri and Dede Mugaas of Lin- City. Most of the mothers were present. ion Notes The poppy sale went over big the American Legion aux- iliary, under the chairman- ship of Flora Baird. With 3000 poppies to sell, it was a real task. About $330was the amount collected and the usual price for poppies is 10. For some reason, the public Was more generous and many Hines paid more for their pop- pies, therefore making a dona- ion. Every poppy was used ither in the sale or for the wreaths. The four high salesmen were Flora Baird, Bessie Male,Ruth ralbot and Isabelle Bosch. Poppies were used for the three wreaths, one for the Leg- ion to present at the local cem- btery during the memorialser- ices conducted at the ceme- |ery on Memorial Day. A smaller one was presented by ;the Junior group at the ceme- teryo This one was presented iby Gaff Yoder, a Junior, and also a poppy salesman. The iarge wreath was taken to Depoe Bay for the Fleet of Flowers, very impressive ceremony conducted at that place for many and is made in honor of veterans who lost their lives Mr. and Mrs. Will Tal- took the wreath to be used the Fleet of Flowers. Wreaths were made under direction of Bessie Wlrfs. let vacancies worry you. rent them fast with a far- inexpensive Classl- Ad. B6de Of Salem Man carried a nosegay of deep pink and pale pink roses with ivy and silver accent. Gary Miller was best man and ushers were Don Ware and Gary Nelson, a cousin of the bride. Dennis Emel was the vocalist. A reception followed in the church social hall. Cutting the cake were Mrs. DOn Ware and Mrs. Sherman Van Cleave. Passing the rice bags were the bridegroom's daughters, Fran- cine and Jean Marie Wllker- son. Assisting were Misses Betsey Lacey, Lorraine Bynum, Rosalie Beck, Mrs. John Mangle, Mrs. Gary Miller and Mrs. Edward Jordan. The couple will be at home in Salem following a hon- eymoon trip to Hawaii and around Oregon. Mrs. Wilk- erson is a secretary at the State Department of Education and her husband is personnel director with the Public Util- ities commission. MRS. LEONARD WILKERSON Barbara Jean Doyle became the bride of Leonard Gerle Wil- kerson May 14 at Westminster Presbyterian church. She is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Doyle of Sheridan and he Is son of Mr. and Mrs. Myrl Pitt of Roseburg. Performing the service was Rev. John O. NaJarlan, assist- ed by Rev. Bruce McConnello The bridal gown was of candlelight satin wRh applique and seed pearl trim on the empire bodice. An A-llne skirt extended into a chapel train. Her bouffant veil was held in place by a crown of candlelight applique and seed pearls and she carried a cas- cade of ivory roses, centered wRh pale pink roses and ivy. Honor maid for her sister was Sherry Doyle who wore an A-line gown of pink bro- cade satin with chiffon over- skirt. Her headpiece was a pink bow and pink veiling. She Willamina Grad Invited To Attend Science Talks A recent Wlllamina High school graduate, Jens Jensen, has been invited to the Oregon State university campus in Cor- vallis for a special Holiday Science Lecture series as one of Oregon's top 415 high school science students. Jensen Is a 1966 graduate of Wlllamina High. As were the other students, Jensen was nominated by his high school to attend the special series June 23 through 25. The Science Lectures are sponsored by the American Association for the Advancement of Science. The program will include five lectures on "How Man Looks at His Own Brain by Dr.Robert B. Livington, noted neuro-phy- siologist from the University of California. Tours of scientific research facilities at OSU, University of Oregon, and Camp Adair are planned also. Purpose of the AAS program is to "broaden the scientific horizon of the students and to communicate to them some of o.*n.*,......,o.,.n*...o.0 the excitement and inspiration  coordinated by Dr. Joseph B. of the scientific endeavor." The OSU program is being Murdoch. It is one of 10 plann- ed across the nation, but one of only two regional programs OES Sets Office New officers have been elect- ed and will be installed later this month to head the Sheri- dan chapter of Order of East- ern Star. Selected to serve as worthy matron is Mrs. Ray McGee, while her husband will take office as worthy patron, sroe00.i0000o00 Sp5 and Mrs. Jlm llallofll- ta Junction, Alaska are proudly announcing the birth of their first child, a girl, Carrie Joy, born May 17 in Falrbanks,Alas- ka. She weighed 8 pounds 1 1/2 ounces. Grandparents are Mrs. Thel- ma Hall of McMinnville and Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Kilgore of Grand Ronde. A date rarity, e/6/ee, June 6, saw Mr. and Mrs. Gary Maben become the proud par- Serving with them will be ents of a daughter, Stacy Lyn- Mrs. Lyle Bryant, associate cite, born at McMlnnvilia Hos- matron; Gus GustaLson, asso- pltal. The new youngster, elate patron; Mrs. Letha weighing 7 pounds, 2 ounces, Browning, secretary; Mrs.Gus barely made the all 6 birth- Gustson, treasurer; Mrs.Mel date, arriving at 11:56 p.m. Agee, conductress; and Mrs. She joins two brothers, Alvin Hulett of Grand Ronde, Tommy, 4, and Douglas, 2. associate conductress. MEET JERRY He's a new customer saving for a bike. He is totally unimpressed by the millions of dollars people have placed in our care. He is not acquainted with deposit insurance. He couldn't care less about the way we loan money to help people buy cars and improve homes. He never heard of a safe deposit box. We're going to take good care of Jerry be- cause someday he is going to grow up. We hope to serve his needs for a lifetime. Inm=ed to $10,00@ WILLAMINA BRANCH LINCOLN BANK Taft, Oregon Braaches Oceanlake-Willamina.Yachats.Depoe Bay I where students are housed on a campus for three days. Eight of the 10 were held on a commuter basis during the Christmas and Easter holidays in Chicago,Dallas, Detroit,New Orleans, New York City, Phil- adelphia, Washington D. C. and Pasadena, California. The other regional program will be this month at Tennessee. A different leading U, So scientist was chosen as the lecturer for each. | Sheridan Briefs Mr. and'Mrs. Ccil Harrison returned last week from a trip to Newark, Calif., to visit their son, Mr. and Mrs.Gary Har- rison, DeLite and Craig. Gary and family recently moved into a new home they have purchased in Newark. This was "Pop" HarrLson's first chance to see his two-month-old grandson, Craig Alton. Donald Trowbridge Sr., who underwent major surgery at Physieians and Surgeons nos- pital in Portland six weeks ago, expects to be able to return home soon. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Blan- chard and son of Clear Lake, Wis. spent several days at the Paul Blanchard home here Last week. Loyd is a cousin of Paul's and was in the area on business. He works for a company that manufactures bean-picking machines, of which there are about 30 in operation in this part of the country. On Sunday, a dinner was held at the Blanchard home in their honor. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Uilrich and family of McMJnnvilie| Mr. and Mrs.Fred Coblentz o f Mc- Mlnnville, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Coblentz and Kimberly of Cloverdale and Paul Blanchard Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Crowe, Jerry and Randy of Rockaway were Sunday callers atthe home of his mother, Mrs. Nellie Crowe. They also called on her mother, Mrs. Helen Wann at Bailston. Friends will be glad to hear that Mrs. Jean Faeh, who has been in critical condition at Good Samaritan hospital in Cor- vallis for the past two weeks now is showing considerable improvement. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Rogerswere in Corvallis Sunday to see their son-in-law, Robert Lee Beers of Junction City, receive his Bachetur of Science degree in Oregon State commencement exercises. He will he teaching high school in Turner, while Mrs. Beers will be teaching at Walker Junior High school in Salem. Later In the day, they all enjoyed a family plcnin at Washburn park. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Thom- son and Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Thomson spent several days last week at Seaside. Joining them on Thursday were their sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts of Rai- nier. Mrs. Edna Wood is visiting at the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood and family at CorvaLlis, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Johnson and family and Miss Betty Jo Butch, all of Eugene, were weekend guests of Mrs. Violet Dent and family. , ,, Dr. R. L Hurlburt OPTOMETRIST Office in Hamstreet Bldg. South Bridge Street--843-6871 .. THURSDAYS 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. SATURDAYS 2 P.M. to 6 P.M. 'EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT EDITOR SAM -IOSE BIG" CITY EPlTOR THINK IT'S F--.ASY IB/00ING-A LLTOWN tSDITOR LIKE-. ME- 1 o , BROUGHT TO YOU BY BUD HAYS YOUR DARIGOLDER IN SHERIDAN- WILLAMINA-GRAND RONDE Strawberry Harvest Underway Strawberry harvest Is moving into full swing, according to Ken Brown, Polk County ex- tension agent. A good strawberry crop in this area and an increase in picking price will mean more money for pickers. One thing a picker can do to make more money is to adopt efficient pick- ing practices. Efficient pickers pick with both hands close together for better control. This also enables the strawberry picker to pick several berries and put them all in the box at the same time. Inexperienced ulckers tend to pick one berry at a time. Strawbwrryplckers should not hesitate to ask how to pick efficiently even tf he thinks he knows. The strawberry grower can use convenient weigh stations and other facilities to enable pickers to spend a larger percent of their time actually picking the berries. A system of training could also mean more berries harvested per strawberry picker. Anything that is done to increase picker efflcienty is of mutual benefit both to the strawberry grower and the strawberry picker. Degrees Oiven Area Students Several area residents were awarded degrees during com- mencement exercises Sunday at Oregon State university in Corvallis. G1eason Eakin, Willamina High school football coach and teacher for the past several years, was awarded his mas- ter of education degree. Bachelor of Arts degree from the School of Science was awarded Monty Arthur Elllott, son of Mr. and Mrs. ROy EI- llott of Wlliamina, Receiving her Bachelor of Science degree in the School of Education was Doris May Mor- row of Sheridan. Also graduating Sunday was Vern Hoistad, son of Mrs.Ver- na Holstad of WflLsmina. LocalManager Cites Award Robert D. Cole, manager of Sheridan Grain company, an- nounced this week that the as- sociation has been honored, as a member of Pacific Supply Co. operative, as a recipient of the Presidential "E" Award for Excellence in Exporting. The award, first in the his- tory of the "E for Export" program to be jointly award- ed by the U. S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. Depart- ment of Agriculture, was pre- sented in official ceremonies in Portland and Boise. The '%" citation - recogniz- ing Pacific Supply Coopera- tives' significant achievements in the export of Northwest ag- ricultural commodities - was presented on behalf of Presi- dent Lyndon B. Johnson by rep- resentatives of the two federal agencies. Pacific Supply, which serves 117 member associations in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Utah and northern California, was cited for its achievements in substantially increasing the export of north- west farm crops to markets throughout the world. This year, Pacific and its member companies will export 3,000,000 of northwest com- modities to all points of the free world. ii i I AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY Ruth Talbot ....... Presiden( Callie Heider ..... Secretary Visiting members Welcome. Meets 2nd Mondays, 8 P.M. IFYE Delegate Staying With Ballston Family By MABEL MELLEMA International Farm YouthEx- change Student Derek Glass from New Zeaiand who is spending a few weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mllton Fanning and family, captured the full attention of a large audience May 31, when he showed pictures of his home- land in Ballston Community Hall. The IFYE program makes it possible for the exchangee to learn more of this country by living in the different homes, and being an actual member of the family while doing so. It is understandable why Derek was chosen, as he has a very broad knowledge of New Zealand, and a keen open mind to learn all he can about our country. The main island of New Zealand is a self-governing member of the British Com- monwealth The country is cen- trally divided by a range of mountains, and it is at the foot of these mountains, on a farm near the town of Christ Church. that was Derek's home. He is from a family of six boys, and three girls. He said one of his biggest surprises when he came to this country was that so few farm boys follow in their father's footsteps to become farmers. They do in New Zealand, where nearly I00 per cent who are raised on farms follow that vocation, partly because there are few industries. Farming is LULA SKINNER PEDERSEN Funeral services for former long-time Sheridan resident Lula Skinner Pedersen, who died Saturday morning, June 4, 1966 at the Albany Mennonite Home, were held Monday morn- ing, June 6, atAdamson,s Sher- idan Funeral Home. Interment was at Green Crest Memorial Park. She was 87. Mrs. Pedersen was born April 14, 1879 in Adams, Neb., daughter of Nathan W. and Phoebe Downey Van Osdol. She moved to Oregon as a child and resided most of her life in Yamhill county. She married Roy B. Skinner in Portland on Oct. 17, 1914 and they moved to Sheridan in 1922. They lived here until his death in 1954. She mov- ed to the Albany Mennonite home In 1955. In 19S9, she married Carl Pedersen in Falls City. Survivors include her hus- band, Carl of Albany; a son, Elmer W. Levis of VacavKle, Calif.; a grandson, Elmer Jr. and two great-grandchildren; and three sisters, Mrs. Sophia Haase of Portland, Mrs. Ethel Hadley of McMinnville and Mrs. Hazel VanSchaack of Santa Bar- bara. CalJL WILLAMINA PTA CALENDAR Wlllamina PTA Community Birthday Calendar sends greet- ings this week to Lewis Tatom, Nancy C. Canby, Pres Par- ton, Amy Fox, Jane Busweli, Rick Hutton, Judy Wise, Marl- lou Breeden, Jeanette Mosser and Patricla Bowen. Wedding anniversary con- gratulations go to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ramey, Mr. and Mrs. Ray G. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Paul and Mr. and Mrs. Ber- nie Gehien. diversified, as here, withwheat, oats, barley, and flax predom- inating. Modern farm Implements are used, coming from England, Germany and the U.S. However it ls just in the past five years they have bulked their grain. Harvest is in January and Feb- ruary. Irrigation is Necessary where he lives, as rainfall is light. However, on the west coast of New Zealand theannual rainfall is about 300 Inches. Glass also stated that farmers are stronglyorganlzed there and that they over-rule politics instead of politics over- ruling the farmer. Education is free and compul- sary between the ages of seven and 15. Church of England Is the dom- inate faith. From the Fanning home he will go to a rural home at Junction City. 4-H Notes The Ballston Live and Learn Livestock club met Wednes- day evening, May 18, at the Community hall. Derrick Glass, an Interna- tional Farm Youth Exchange student from New Zealand, who is presently living at the Mil- ton Fanning home, showed pic- tures and talked about life in his country. At our next meeting, which is June 22, we will tour the Perrydale area. Dale Moon, Reporter l I " II "11 i PUBLIC WELFARE QUESTION  DO YOU HAVE TO BE BED- FAST TO GET AID TO THE" DISABLED? No. Many people who are not bedfast have sufflcientlysevere disabilities to prevent them from engaging in any gainful occupation. DONOr MOST PEOPLE STAY ON WELFARE PERMANENT. LY IF THEYARE ONCE FOUND ELIGIBLE? Half the families who receive assistance under the Aid to De- pendent Children program axe off welfare rolls in a year or lesso Public welfare makes every effort to help these peo- ple become self-supportlng as quickly as possible. Elderly or severely disabled people often have no possibility of re.- turning to self-support, and these people may remain on assistance for the rest of their lives. HOW MUCH DOES WELFARE GIVE AN AVERAGE SIZE FAM,. ILY? A typical family of fourwhere the father was unemployed or incapaclpated and children were preschool or school age would receive under $200 a month. The exact amount would de- pend on the ages of the chil- dren and the total number in the household. The average grant for an Aid To Dependent Chil- dren family is approximately $150 because outside income is deducted. Medical care is paid in addition to the monthly grant when the family has need for such care. Dr. Victor E. Johnson CHIROPRACTIC HYSICIAN HOURS: "9-6:00 WEEK DAY8 9-12 SATURDAY CLOSED THURSDAY 876-3302 188 S. MAIN - WILLAMINA 1 BLOCK South of Rridge OSU Degrees Granted Pair Two Sheridan students at Oregon State university receiv- ed degrees from the School of Agriculture in commencement exercises Sunday at the Corval- lis school. Receiving bachelor's degrees were Myron Danlel Shenk and Ronald James Sloan. -I'HEY DON'- KNow THE HALF oF ITt DARIGOLD MILK is the best buy for your family FOR HOME DELIVERY IN SHERIDAN CALL 843-4322 or 843-6855 Buell Grange News Home extension meeting was held June 7 at the home of Mrs. Shirley Slgrlst. The club donat- ed $5 to the heart fund. Moon Picture First Cited Bg Ex-Resident First picture from the mo0 taken by the United state's highly-successful SurveyOr Mrs. Violet Wetzel was nam- space-craft was received attM ed chairman of the float corn- Goldstone Tracking station i mittee for the Phil Sheridan Barstow, Calif., where a form" Days parade Saturday, June 18. er Sheridan resident is emploY" Mrs. Wetzel will be hostess for ed. the next meeting on July 5 at Kelton D. Nlckerson, a 195 her home. graduate of Sheridan High, h# On Snnday, June 19, allGran- been working at the tracking gers and their families will be station for the past four yearS, meeting at Sheridan High school The pictures this country It# at 8:30 a.m. for the trip to the been receiving from the mo0 Portland Zoo and the Oregon as a result of the success Museum of Science and Indus- "soft landing" of the SurveyOr try. They should bring picnic apparatus have been termed lunches. "excellent." Paper,s Feature Layout Nets Prize For Affiliate A feature layout in the Sher- Speaking to c 1 a s s e s a d idan Sun brought first prize of groups in the schools was o1 $25 to the Yamhill County Hair- one of several community dressers affiliate following Na- vice projects undertaken by 10 tlonal Beauty Salon week for al beauty salon operators 1966. employees. Numerous l if The feature consisted of a dos and other treatments were picture of Mrs. Ralph Huntleys performed by area beauty opel: third grade class at Faulconer afore in rest homes in it# school and letters from the section of the county. youngsters to Bea Curry, op-- erator of Bea's Beauty Salon in Area Players Sheridan. She Is historian and National Beauty Salon Week chairman for the Yamhill coun- ty affiliate. The sfudents' let- Named 'Stars' ters were thanking her for talk- ing to the class during the special week. Paul Durbin,whorepresented A Sheridan ball player, 13 the county organization at the Chrisman, gained first tea state convention, brought home honors when the Yawa $# the first prize award in the League baseball all-star te sI community service division was named recently. from activities during the Na- A graduating senior, chri tlonal Beauty Salon week. man gained first tean m e+ Judging in the event, ac- tlon as an infielder. cording to Miss Curry, was Named for the second te handled on a three-point basis, honors were junior outfleld taking into consideration mere- Leonard Neal of Sheridan s" bershlp and the retention and Junior catcher Allen HalvorS gain of members; community of Willamlna. service; and publicity. The Sun feature, headlined Bellevu, Club "Dear Miss Curry:." caught v the eye of judges and every- one at the convention, itwas Sits Officers reported at a recent county- wide meeting of the affiliate. The Bellevue Garden cl Teachers Honor met Wednesday afternoon' the home of Mrs. Mary smtt Mrs. A. C. Camp install@ the following officers" M#' Retiring Mrs. Jake Grauer, president; lVlf,: C. M. Pomeroy, vice presid e' and Mrs. Glenn Watts, se[ Ted Richt retary'treasurer" The new ': fleers, the out-going offieef er and Mr s. Camp, program clllf: man, were presentedwlthfU, sla plants. Mrs. Glenn Ws presented the program on"Tm A farewell dinner honoring Mrs. Ted Richter, retiring Sheridan High School home ec- onomics instructor, was given by the high school faculty Sat- urday night at Dallas. After dinner, the teachers paid tribute to her by giving serious and humorous testi- monials in her behalf. They also presented a nice gift to her. Mrs. Richter has taught at Sheridan High for 11 years. Most of the high school staff members were able to attend the dinner and former high school principal, Ernie Daven- port, now principal at The Dalles, telephoned during the evening to add his good wishes. Ballston Wonder of Water in Beautffi# tion." Mrs. Edith BruCe  Portland and Mrs. Ivan Lel)O# were guests. The July 6 meeting will at the home of Mrs. walte Stubbs. Sheridan Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Paul BlancI and family, Mr. and Mrs. F.lo Ullrich and family of MEMO, ville and Mr. and Mrs. A1 I, can arid family of Spring4 enjoyed a camping trip at s,' chats over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Co tryman, Klm and Deanna sWt, Memorial Day at the co Mr. and Mrs. Iloff Harr Mrs. J. J. Sechrisffs nephew and Larry and Randy Mille, and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Linton spent Friday through Mon Newall of Portland visited at the Rock Clubbers PoV Sunday at the Sechrist home. in Lebanon. About 400 people, Llnton lived here with his aunt, ey were in attendance and -t Mrs. Martin Van Groos, while enjoyed several tours in t attending Ballston schooK vicInity. I ] il " Published Every Thursday By THE SHERIDAN PUBLISHING cO" Second Class Postage Paid At Sheridan, Oregon q7378