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PAGE EIGHT S/tERrDAN SUN, SHERIDAN, YAMHILL COUNtrY, ORECON THE SHERIDAN An Independent Newspaper Published every Thursday at Sheridan, Oregon, and en- tered at the Sheridan Post Office as second-class matter. Subscription Rates: $3.00 a year in ycnhill, Polk and Tillmnook Counties. S3.50 a year outside this Dean E. Holmes Editor & Publisher Editorials Of course any comment from either one of the two newspapers probably would have not been favorable to Senator Morse. But he did rate favorable editoriaJ comment recently when he spoke in Nebraska at a dinner in mem- ory of the late George W. Norri The Lincoln Daily Star, one of the top three newspapers in that state had this comment on Ore- gon's Senator Morse: "Senator Morse was in Nebr- aaka last weekend, the guest speaker at a memorial dinner given in memory of the late George W. Norris. Those who heard Senator Morse, and it wa a most unusual audience that packed the dining room where the dinner was held, came away ................................ with the impression that here is Rocstion Program a man upon whom the American Supervised recreation for the community, long a dream in the minds of many who have been interestetl in the recreational facilities of the area, will come to Sheridan this summer, and the formal opening of the pro- gram was scheduled Tuesday. Success of the venture depends in considerat21e measure on the cooperation 6f the community and the participation by those interested in such a program. Such programs are common in larger towns, and because of success in larger areas, smaller communities are now making an effort to enjoy such an activity. The project can be just as suc- cessful in Sheridan as in larger towns: It has been recognized for' sometime that volunteer help and management on such an activity puts too much of a bur- den on those willing to work, and that is the reason for the professional superVision, As mentioned before the suc- c'ess depends in a large measure on the cooperation and particip- ation. There has been a crying need for sometime for such an activity, and those who have complained that the community does not offer recreational op- portunities for its youth should help the program along. It's a step in the right direction and could well lead to a worthwhile activity each year. "No Comment" on Morse Pmland's two metropolitan "daiItes did not have any editor- la] comment on Senator Wayne )le may rely. In this fight over the conservation of natural resources, the people will discover that they owe an eternal debt of gratitude to Sen- ator Morse. He will be on guard. And because he will be on guard, it will be more difficult for certain powerful groups with selfish aims to serve to put ov- er their games. The address which Senator Morse gave at this memorial dinner was one of the most effective, powerful, pol- itical discussions to which Ne- braskans have been privileged to listen for a good many years. "The American people will find at the close o this struggle what they need is more re- of the courage, the high sense, of integrity, the con. science of Senator Wayne Morse. They need more men of this cali- ber, not fewer of them, in the dominant role of shaping Ameri- ca's future." At GOPHER VALLEY-- Calffonda Folks Visit in Valley GOPHER VALLEY m Visiting over the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gross and family was her aunt, Mrs. Mary Young of Dunsmuir, California, and cousin, Mrs. Harland Clark and sons from Canby, California. They left Monday to visit in Washington and expect to return next week to complete their visit at the Gross home. 'Morse's recent speech at the Jeff- Mrs. R. S. Michel of Portland croon-Jackson Day dinner which visited her sister Mr. and Mrs. was attended by about  per-IFrank Lingschett and Carpi Sat- sons including a sizeable con-  urday and took her daughter tingent from Sheridan. TheLyla home. Lyla hadbeen visit- -newspapers were considerate ining with her cousin Carol since their news columns. But editerfaI}the Rose Festival. Also visiting vrnment on the well known In-] at the home of her parent& Mr. dependent s speech was conspic- and Mrs. Frank Lingscheit, Sat- ueus for its absence. | urday was their daughter, Mr. ]. A. "ART" HEBERT, one of General Phil's "Colonels" is pic- tured presenting the Yamhill County Soap Box derby trophy to Bruce Halseth Friday morning at the conclusion of the champion- ship race held on South Bridge street. Bruce represented Sheridan Den Pack 562 of the Cub Scouts and went the distance in 29 7/,8 seconds. Second place went to Rodney Williams of Newberg Den Pack 520. David Odell, McMinnville Den Pack 45 placed third. This was the second consecutive year that Bruce won the county title. 1 and Mrs. Pete Klynn, and family and sons enjoyed the carnival, t Later all were dinner guests of| Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wiser. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilder| of Cornelius. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Shepherd and family had Sunday dinner with her father, Mr. Fred Hutson and her sister, Mrs. Edith Rogers of Rock Creek. Rex Shelerd Has Eye Injured Rex Shepherd had the misfor- tune of getting one eye injured while working in a saw mill, so is off work at present. Mrs. Belle Smith enjoyed a vis- it with her cousin, B. F. Estep of Hillsboro, Saturday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wiser in Sheridan, while her daughter, Mrs. C. M. Sanderlin, and Ella May went Sunday to Depoe Bay to take their daugh- ter Flora back to the home of her uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Corner, where she is employed for the summer. Tuesday morning Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilder took their daugh- ter, Jean, to McMinnville for a tonsil operation. Special Meting Called A special business meeting by the Deer Creek Club is set for Monday afternoon at 2 P.M.. une 29th at the Community hall. Purpose is to pay bills and to de- cide on the Annual Club picnic date and place and to transact any other business necessary. Would like as many as possible to come as this is strictly a busi- ness meeting. Immediately following the pa- rade Satuday, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Haugen left for the coast. They ate their lunch at one of the beach resorts, then proceeded down the coast to Waldport and back via Corvallis. Gopher Valley was proud to re- ceive the First prize award for their float "Battle Rock" at the Phil Sheridan day parade. Deer Creek Club wishes to extend thanks to all who participated in making it a success. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bronson and Charla Jeanne of Molalla came Saturday afternoon to Mc- Minnville where they visited her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd ,Smith and son Melvin, also her 00teady saving builds security,...means the r differende between Wishing and having Open your account at U. S. National or add to your savings today, " EARN INTEREST FROM JULY i / All Savings deposits made by July 10 earn 2% interest from July 1 / SHERII]AN BRANCH . NATIONAL BANK '1 A N K *-S ! I V I N O" 0 l ! it O-N daughter Joyce attended a Stan- ley party last Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Florence IIarding. Former Resident Visits Dan Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Freel Smith is visiting here in the Valley and around Sheridan among his relatives. Dan is now living in Colorado. Jack Kelsey and friend, Mrs. Lois Gibson of Carlton, called on the Lester and James Oldham families Saturday evening. Sheridan High School class of I 1942 held their annual class re-I union at the City Park Saturday I evening June 20 with only 14 members of the class present. Mrs. Win. Ogle of Salem visited her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wepster and family from Thurs- day to Saturday and attended the Phil Sheridan days celebration and Gopher Valley picnic lunch I at the park. Mr. and Mrs. John Edwards Jr. and family were in Salem on Thursday. Gathering at the home of Mr. 'and Mrs. Steve Potter Saturday following the parade in Sheridan or their picnic lunch was Mr. and Mrs. Claire Smith of Salem / | and Mr. and Mrs. Terry Stone 4 and family of Sheridan. "Pop" Pederson of Portland, fahter of Mrs. Gwynne Rogers, and Dave Rogers of Lebanon, father of Gwynne, spent the I weekend with their children and [ attended the Phil Sheridan cele- I DBAWING MANY LAUGHS and lots of a bration.  rade route Satmday morning was the Sheridan Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Tilden, ac- I association entry "Watch Us Grow" with Gladys i lompanied by Ray Wilder, went [ Luther Hyder, right, the participants. An estimated to Astoria Friday afternoon, tel the parade, and the crowd was reported to be the get Robert Tilden, who is sta-" attend the Phil Slaeridan event. tioned at Tongue Point Naval Base. Robert had a weekend pass. Dig For Clams Mr. and Mrs. Walter Reming- ton and family and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tilden went to the coast Sunday to dig clams. Mrs. Anne Yager of San Ber- nardino California was visiting her daughter Mrs. Kenneth Til- den Monday. Mrs. Yager has been caring for her aunt. Mrs. Virgil WHls of Ocean Lake. Mrs. Josie Sanderlin and sons, Raymond and Mr. and Mrs. Clin- ton Sanderlin and family, of Toledo, Oregon, called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. San- derlin Sunday afternoon, then went on to visit with her son C. M. Sanderlin, at the McMinn- ville hospital. AlSO at the time and Mrs. Bryan land. Mrs. Marvin Portland to ra's eyes checked I visited with her Benham and PLASTIC EGG SEPAILTOI IS WAITING FOR YoU Wells Har Itrs GIFT WEEK at your ZENITH Deab ors. This Plastic Egg Separator Given, FREE (while they last) to every Woman Visiting our ZENITH ,Appliance SeC" tion. Whatever your appliance needs am, you'll find a ZENITH to flit them in styling . . . I in features.., in quality,., and in price. See the new ZENITH Automatic Washer . , the fully automatic self-defrosting refrigerator. Thrill to the big ZENITH double oven electric range with "dlal-a- color" switch . . . or the giant oven I0- I inch rang for limited space. 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