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June 25, 1953

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Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal. otm "BLACKIE" one of Harley Tucker's famous and tough brahma bulls was too much for Don Moore Pm'tland, as he is shown going over the, side of the twisting, rough bull. Only one bull was rode in the Saturday and Sunday show, and that was by Duane Graham of Salem. The Phil Sheridan Ro- deo attracted about 50 cowboys from several western states. All-around award went to Larry Wyatt, Ellensburg, Wash. (Photo by A1 Des Voigne, Sheridan.) SHERIDAN BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. David Attrell and Mr, and Mrs. Elvin Davis of Newberg were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Cox. i THIS WEEK END SEVENTH ANNUAL DAYTON BUCKER00 Harley Tucker Stock and Authentic Wild Horse Race Daily Saturday- Sunday 1:30 P. M. JUNE 27 - 28 Dayton. Oregon AT BALLSTON-- Club Notes 26th Anniversary at Picnic Thursday BALLSTON -- The Sew and Social Club met Thursday, June 18, at the home of Mrs. Martin Van Gross for a picnic dinner, in observance of it's 26th anniver- sary. A short meeting was held in the afternoon, at which time Mrs. J. J. Sechrist, Mrs. George Gardner and Mrs.Douwe Melle- ma told of their recent trips. A letter of greetings and best wishes was read from Mrs. John Anderson of LaCenter, Washing- ton. the first president of the club. A letter was also read from Mrs. Mae Yoeom, a mem- ber who is ill, and staying with her daughter, Mrs. Lima Reeves in McMinnville. A chain letter by all present, was written at the meeting to send to Mrs. Yo- com. A moment of silent prayer was held for Mrs. Catherine Haynes of Toledo, who is con- fined to a nursing Home in Cor- vallis. Mrs. Haynes was an ac- tive member of the club for many years. Mrs. Ezra Kilmer, rs. George Wilson and Mrs. Melvin Johnson were appointed to select a quilt pattern to present at the next meeting, so that each member may make a block, for a quilt to be sold later to augment Club funds. A vote was taken to meet the third Thursday only during J STITCH AND POSEY CLUB of the upper Willamina community won second place with their float in the Phil Sheridan parade, which illustrated the Buck Hollow School, 1895. Teacher on the float was Mrs. Faye Sexton, Gresham, Willamina grade school teacher. The entry was complete even to the "Chick Sales" with a catalogue hanging on the door. Amos Henton, Sheridan; Mrs. Walter Arledge, Willamina; Mrs. Newton Smith, Willamina; Mrs. Tony Gonshorowski, D a l 1 a s. Other visitors were Mrs. J. R. Bowman, Mrs Hugh Coffelt, Mrs. Andrew Campbell, Mrs. Clay Starns. Members attending were Mesdames F. J. Bissell, R. H. Brooks, J. J. Sechrist, N. Tufford, G. Gardner, H. Shields, George McCulloch, H. J. Kaltenbach, i Cliff Hill, George Wilson, Ezra Kilmer, Fred Edson, John Focht, the summer months. Mrs. Jay J. E. Reece, M. Van Gross, Ed Sechrist invited the club to her Miller ' D .Mellema, H. N. Shaf-i home for the July meeting. For. i er, Melvin Johnson, Miss Elsie I mer members who returned for!Tay lor. i the anniversary picnic / were, Bible SchOol Closes I Mrs. J. J. McKibben, Airlie; Mrs. The Vacation Bible School 1 i i ,,|,l "lais advert/sent is tle third ina special serlea which began over a year ago, and which is deeigned to give you, as a prospective buyer, detailed and .. helpful information. We'd be happy to have your comments about this type of advertising. which the Sheridan Mennonites lave been conducting in the I. O. O. F. hall the past two weeks came to a close Thursday, June 18, with a program that night. The hall was filled to capacity, with standing room at a premium. This year they ac- cepted youngsters at the tender age of three years. All grades and each and every child who attended took part in the pro- gram. The teachers and superin- tendent deser, ve much credit for their accomplishments in a two weeks period. A picnic was held Friday. Road Closed For Construction Starting Monday June 22 the Polk County bridge crew will FULL AGED ]HIS WHISKEY 4 YEARS OLD 86 PROOF THE OLD HERMITAGE CO., FRANKFORT, KY. [ start construction of a new bridge over the creek between Ballston and the Yamhill river bridge. The road will be Closed. Mrs. Pat Dorsey and family of Orick, California have been visiting Mrs. Dorsey's brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Rogers and family of Mill Creek visited at the Smith home Sunday. Mrs. Marie Miller of Portland attended the Phil Sheridan Pa- rade Saturday and visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Smail. Ballston Float Takes Prize Ballston Community Club's float, "Wedding on the Trail," i placed third in the dan Days parade, Saturday, June 20, Rev. and Mrs. C. and family of spent Saturday Mrs. Blanchard's Lenz. Mrs. LaVerne land visited with her mother, Bowman. She will day and remain a help her mother, quite sick the past Mr. and Mrs. Bill and family of Sunday guests at Brooks home. HAMMONS' Hi-Way Under New Management OPEN EVERY DAY Including Sunday -- 8 A. M. to 9:30 P. The Friendly Store That Appreciates Business -- Specials Every Hammons' Hi-Way 836 East Main \\; This is the 1953 Chevrolet 4-Door Sedan. It's one of 16 models in 3 series, which the widest choice in the Some Chevrolet advantages worth considering , When you're ready to choose a car % Next to a new house, a car is probably your most important purchase. Here are some facts to help you make up your mind about which make to buy. Don't you agree that it's well worth- while to weigh aft the factors carefully before you buy any new car? Let's consider the major reasons why people choose one make over another and see how the 1953 Chevrolet stands in those respects. Styling You Can Stay Proud Of Styling, of course, is a matter of per- sonal taste. Because we think Chev- rolet is the best-looking car in its field, dgesn't necessarily mean you'll tlfink so, too. But we can tell you that the majority of our showroom visitors prefer Chevrolet styling and compare its appearance most favorably with cars costing a great deal more. And you might consider this: Chev- rolet styling is the newest in its field. It's the kind of styling that stays new, too. For it is based, not on fads or extremes, but on the fundamentals of good, modern design. The One Automobile Body Almost Everybody Knows It's not really surprising that so many people prefer Chevrolet's appearance. For Chevrolet is the only low-priced car with Body by Fisher. And Fisher, as you know, is the only automobile body manufacturer with a world-wide reputation for styling, craftsmanship and quality. The Many Benefits of- High-Compression Power When you drive a new Chevrolet (and we hope you'll do that soon), you'll notice these things: faster acceleration from a standmg start; greater passing ability in traffic and on the highway; the new ease with which you climb steep hills. These are just some of the benefits of Chevrolet's new high-compression power. In gearshift models, there is an advanced 108-h.p. "Thrift-King" en- gine with a 7.1 to I compression ratio. Teamed with the new Powerglide automatic transmission* is an entirely new 115-h.p. "Blue-Flame" engine with 7.5 to 1 compression ratio. It is the most powerful engine in Chev- rolet's field, A Great Gain in Gasoline Economy Alongtwith remarkable new perform- ance, Chevrolet's advanced engines give you far greater gasoline mileage. In fact, this year marks the most important gain in economy in Chev- rolet history. And that includes sub- stantial savings on over-all upkeep, as well as on gasoline. " New Getaway in the New Powerglide* The new Powerglide automatically drops into "Low" range for starting and for passing in city traffic. Then, as you glide along, it slips smoothly and almost imperceptibly into cruis- ing range. The results are much faster and more positive acceleration, and much lower fuel consumption. The First Power Steering in a Low.Priced Car This year's Chevrolet is the only car in its field to offer you the extra ease and convenience of Power Steering, optional at extra cost. With it, you can spin the wheel with the strength of one finger. You can seesaw in and out of tight parking places without the slightest strain. You get an addi- tional cushion against road shocks and jars. Driving is easier, safer. A Smoother and a Safer Ride ! =- Chevrolet is the heaviest low-priced car. Model for model, a Chevrolet will 'weigh as much as 200 pounds more than the other makes. You often hear 'people say they buy hlgh-priced cars because they're heavier, hold the road better and ride better. Well, isn't it logical, then, that Chevrolet's extra weight (which comes from extra strength of body and frame) would result in a better ride? " Chevrolet is the Lowest-Priced Line Certainly, price is one of important factors of all. to be able to tell the lowest-priced line in its t Now, you might well can Chevrolet offer me cost less?" There is a answer to that. Remember that more cars than any turer. Chevrolet, along Motors, has greater research, for engineering tion. So, isn't it reasonable greater facilities bring advantages and Chevrolet can pass on to of higher quality at lower An Endorsement Given No Other Car Again this year, more ing Chevrolets than any Obviously that unless people liked i Unless Chevrolet offered people want--more value. So, when you're ready t your new car, wouldn't you Chevrolet merits your sideration? We any time, so that you over yourself and try it road. *Combination of 115-h.p. and Powerglide automatic optional on "Two.Ten" and " at extra cost. HOUSER CHEVROLET CO. Out Glass for All Cars Phones 3582-22"/1