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Miscellaneous AND DRY your own laun- " Wash 2c - dry lie. 24 hours. 120 N. Bridge 'eridan. that extra key DUPL!CAT.- today while you wait at Paint & Hdwe., Sher- Ph. Sheridan 843-4844, paint $2.50 gal. & up latex $2.95 gal.; linol- rugs 9x12 $5.95, 12x12 12x15 $11.95. Bar,in  N. 99W, McMinn. in the Pioneer Chain Saws ight.chain & blades. LAWN mowers Merry tillers, DEALER, Sher- Works, 132 E. Mah Ph. 843-6904. SUN WANT ADS Miscellaneous SAVE MONEY with a food lock er. Available now at Valley Maid, Sheridan. Ph. 843-4322. BRACE yourself for a thrillthe first time you use Blue Lustre. to clean rugs. Rent electric shampooer $1. Coast to Coast 136 S. Bridge, Sheridan CHECK OUR LOW PRICES on PLASTIC PIPE for Farm and Irrigation 3/4" per 100' $3.95 i" per I00' $5.95 1 1/4" per i00' $8.95 1 1/2" per I00' $10.95 2" per I00' $19.95 See us for a new Lawn Boy or Homko Lawn Mower. SHETTERLY'S HARDWARE SUPPLY COMPANY Willamina Join The Girls For That 3lender Looh SIGN UP DURING THE NEXT 2 WEEKS Miscellaneous BRUCE BRICKELL IR. 843 -6841 OREGONIAN By mail or delivered to your dOor. YOU are a welcome guest at Hi-Way Market! Ballston Mr. and Mrs. Douwe Mellema visited Mrs. H. A. Knock in McMinnvflle Monday afternoon. Mrs. I. R. Koonce accom- panied Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Whitlow to Kalama,Wash.,June 3 to the graduation of her grand- son, James Long from Kalama High School. The grandson was recipient of two scholarships, but is torn between the decision of accept- ing the scholarships or en- listing in the Air Force. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Small and family picnicked at Helmick Park Sunday. On the way to the park they visited, Mrs. Smalls sister, Phyllis Mc Intosh, in Monmouth. Six Ballston Prospective Brides Get Kids Graduate Tips On Preparations. Six boys formed the gradu- ating class last Thursday eve- ning at Ballson Grade school Receiving t h e i r diplomas were Mitchell Morris, Roger Lodi, Robert Herbert, Steven DeJong, Thomas Coffer and Mike Fanning. Valedictory ad- dress was delivered by Mor- ris. Mrs. Cassle Sechrlst played both the processionalfromAida and the recessional, while Rev. Cowan delivered the invocation and benediction. Welcome was given by Fanning, while DeJong presented the class history. Lodl read the prophecy and Coffelt presented the class will Herbert gave the introduction. The middle and upper grades sang two numbers. Address to the graduates was delivered by Kenneth Shetterly, D a 1 las attorney. Principal James Rose presented the class and Milton Fanning handed out the diplomas. Class motto was "First Step TowardA High- er Education." Do you feel rushed withthou- ghts of many things to be done before the big day? Of course, every bride does! Sprinkle a little "work smarter nothar- der" technique on your Jobs and ease the pressures. First, make a list of the jobs to be done, people to be called, things to buy. As you get them done, strike them from your list. Just seeing them scratched off will give you a lift. Some jobs can be done early and then put out of mind. Others, of necessity, must be done at the last minute. Try making a schedule of what you'll do each day. "By the yard, life is hard. By the inch, it's a cinch." Check up on yourself. Are you making morework than nec- essary? Don't use leg work when phone work will do. Is everything really essential or could something be eilminated? Possibly you can combine two errands into one. Social ;ecurity Payments Remember, worry takes more time than work and doesn't pay as well. Good management is what it takes for an average person to do the work of a superior person. And manage- ment can be learned. No one is born with this skillo Get a head start on managing details before your marriage and you'U find this experience comes in handy as a home- maker. Harmony The Stitch and Chatter club met Thursdaywith Bernice Tish to tie out a comforter and for a farewell party honoring their president of the past four years, Vivian Firniesz, who will be moving to California in a few days. During the business meeting, Dora Thomas was elected to fill the president's office and Mary Veach, vice- president. Those present were Dora Thomas, Mary Veach, Vi- vian Firniesz, Velna Walker, Nancy Veach, Mae Watkins, Laura Blanchard, Madie Hayes, Nepple Bell, Phyllis Current GET S EXTRA Treatments ersaryatteMnrdetde2hthveEd%rlgKLne[of Mr. and Mrs. Roman Go T Residents Of Area IRENE'S SALON Yoder in Sheridan on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Barton of Falls City visited Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Small. 7 W. MAIN ST. SHERIDAN PHONE 843-4181 FRIDAY About 44,500 people in Ben- ton, Lincoln, Linn, Marion, Polk and Yamhill counties received a total of $59,207,204 in social security benefits in 1965, Clair Flaten, Social Security district manager in Salem, revealed today, an increase of $5,261,244 and 2,587 people over the year before. A large part of the increase In payments resulted from changes made by the social se- tection offered by social se- curry has become. Just about every man, woman, and child has in social security the as- surance that loss of income be- cause of retirement, disability, or death will not result in desti- tution--and now with medicare everyone has the assurance that the costs of operations or me- dical services in his later years will not wipe out his savings." and Floy Blair attended for a short time in the afternoon. CARNATION INSTANT DOG FOOD 12/Sl oo Area Residents New Enlistees Two Sheridan men have en- listed in the U. S. Air Force, according the USAF recruiting office in Salem. Richard E. Berkey and Mau- rice C. Yoder have signed up for duty with the Air Force. curity amendments of 1965. Area Students are 1965 graduates of & S A T U R D A Y JU N E 10 11 Flated said. Those changes Sheridan High school. which were in addition to the new program of health insurance for A Willsins man, Richard E. Ellis, enlisted during May with FRESH MEATS AND PRODUCE the aged, includedasevenper-cent increase in monthly bene- Done At Oil ,,,u,,,v, COTTAGE fits retroactive toJanuary1965; COTTAGE Three Sheridanstudentsare Sheridan Briefs slated to receive degrees when benefits for widows as early as 60; benefits for full-time stu- dents between 18 and 22; bme- fRs for some divorced women; benefits for some people over 72 who hadnPt worked long enough to get social security before; and the payment of disability insurance benefits to workers who are unable to work because of a disability that lasts 12 months or more. "In addition to the people who began getting benefits in 1965 because of these changes,', Flaten continued, "a gOod many older poeple, who, upon applying for medicare, found they were eligible for regular social se- curity benefits, too. All in all, the 1965 figures for the area served by the Salem distric of- rice include 26,069 retired workers, 1.732 disabledwork- era, and 16,679 wives and children of retired, disabled, or deceased workers. The average monthly social security benefit for beneficiaries amount to $73.45 in 1965o" 'These figures," Flaten said, '%how how wide the pro- mt --I PEAS 303 CAN BetW Crocker -- - Toasted Coconut " l os ,pes 5/s10 0 Cake Mix "/59 c SWIFT'S PREMIUM E KING BOLOGNA GIANT SIZE CHUNK OR SLICED c FRILLETS 35' OPEN TUES. NITE 5 Big Days JUNE 14 TflRU 18 Kids Day THURSDAY JUNE 16 the 1966 graduation ceremonies are held at Oregon Technical Institute Sunday at 2 p.m. in Klamath Fails Due for degrees are Aaron Michael Reed, drafting tech- nology; Gary Lee Chrisman, Medical X-Ray Technology; and Noah Lee Wright, surveying technology. Dr. Roy E. Lleuallen, chan- cellor of the state system of higher education, will present the commencement address. OOP To Host Top Offidal The president of the National Federation of RepubllcanWom- en will be hosted by Yamhill County Republicans at a picnic at Wortman Park, McMinnville, Sunday, June 12. Mrs. Dorothy Els ton, Middle- town, Del., now serving her second term as president of the Federation. will speak at the potluck on "How to Win Work- ing Together," Mrs. E1ston has been on the Board of Dir- ectors since 1954 and is listed in Whns Who, Who's Who of American Women, and WhoPs Who in the Methodist church. The national president will be accompanied by Mrs. tester Adams, Ashland, president of the Oregon organization of Rep- ublican Women. The event is being sponsored jointly by the Yamhill County Republican Central Committee, the Newberg Republican Wo- men's club and the West Yam- hill County RepulLtcanWomen's club. The plcnic-potluck will start at 1:30 p.too in Wortman park across from the Fairgrounds on Lafayette Avenue. Those attending are requested to bring a hot dish and a salad or dessert, as well as their own table service. Coffee and punch are being provided. A special invitation Is being issued to all Republican candi- dates to attend the gatheringp as well as all newly-elected Republican precinct commit- teemen and committeewomen, and all Yamhill county COP members and families. Master of ceremonies will be C. C. Meisel, chairman of the Yamhlll county Republican central committee. SHERIDAN BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Emmet O Balnter of Tillamook were Sun- day visitors at the home of Mrs. Bainter's brother, Tony F. Bra- ley. Mr. and Mrs. Maurlce Adam- son and his mother, AdaAdam- son, drove to Longviav, Wash. Friday to attend the dance re- cital presented by the Tap and Modern Jazz Students of their daughter, Miss Diane Adamson. The recitalwas held in the audi- torium of the R. A. Long High school Miss Adamson did the choreography and handled the dance instruction at Willsins High school for the past two years In connection with the musical productions that have been presented each year by the music department. Diane has been teaching the same type of dance work at Lincoln and Grant High schools in Portland during the past year. Cadet Val Adamson, son of Mr. and Mrs Maurice Adam- son, has had several interesting opportunities during May. The dance band members of the academy were privlliged to at- tend the musical "The Music Man," staged in the round at the Carousel Theater in Los Angles. The Academy Choir, of which Cadet Adamson is also a member, went on tour in the Los Angles and San Diego area for several days. They pre- sented six concerts. There are 25 selected voices in the choir making up four sections, bass, berltones, second tenors and first tenors. Cadet Adamson was placed in the bass section during this past year. JaycetteReport ii Several members turned in "Happy To Share" pledge slips at the last Sheridan Jaycette meeting Tuesday at the home of Arlene Howard. Seven mem- bers were present. Members are urged to get their pledge slips in as soon as possible Collection boxes for Gift Stars will be located at Agee's, Ellingsworth's and Hi- Way Markets for the conven- ience of anyone wishing to help the project to obtain a coffee.. maker for the Jaycee kitchen. Jaycettes will be acting as guides and passing out refresh- ments and carnival passes after the Phil Sheridan Days Junior Parade on Friday, June 17. Members also will be helping with the Jaycee dunk tank on Saturday of Phil Sheridan Days and at the registration table for the Grand Phil Sheridan Days parade. iq i i i t I i | | i it i It t t I tilt tilt I'll I I Inidll't'l ntllllt t t It t t I l II t It t it I I I t t I t I l I P t i INSURANCE P00OBL00#I00S. 9 i iComprehensive - Life - Fire- Aatomobile i Health & Accident Insnrance : 00__LACKETT & WRIGHT--- I ! INSURANCE -- : 133 S. E. HARNEY ST. : m memotteot otmmttQumot lmm|toe mmotaoom mii.oooootmml All Mochaaicdd Bides 15 - 1:30 p. m. to 4-.30 p. L SHERIDAN- PHIL SHERIDAN DAYS illm The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, June 9, 1966 5 Ballston Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Small were Friday overnight guests of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Morrls of Springfield. They attended graveslde ser- vices for Mrs. Smail's brother, Forrest Staley at Lowell, on Mr. and Mrs. Richard De Saturday. ,Jong and Mrs. Melvin Morris were in Portland Saturday eve- Sunday dinner guests of Elsie ning to attend graduation exer- and Russell Taylor were their cises at Concordia college. niece, Mrs. MarjorieAnderson, Mrs. DeJongs brother,Edgar daughter, Connie of Dayton,and Brandt of Sheridan,was a mem- Mr. and Mrs. Douwe Mellema. her of the graduating class. HERE IT IS--THE MOST VERSATILE COMPACT CHAIN SAW AVAILABLE! It handles easily--cuts fast with power to spare} Perfect working partner for parks, farms, cabins, golf courses! Convenient "Lube- Assist" chain oiling system. Canadien Model 175 Chain Saws RegulaHy Sell at $200. Low Introductory Price That's right, here's a chain saw that trims '139" and limbs trees, clears brush, bucks logs, trims fence posts, cuts trees and cuts fire- wood- now at this low introductory offer while limited supply lasts! 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