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The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, July 7, 1966 5 BROUGHT TO YOU BY BUD HAYS YOUR DARIGOLDER IN SHE RIDAN -WILLAMINA-GRAND RONDE DARIGOLD MILK is the best buy for your family FOR HOME DELIVERY IN SHERIDAN CALL 843-4322 or 843-6888 Newport Sees ' ' Viewing Tank Seflior Citizen PT,ograms Summer CLASSIFIED Basketball -, Sunk, 00elno0000o0ra*0000B'V Lauded By Olficials sinking of a 100-foot vessel in Yaqulna Bay. Three U.S. Government rep- resentatives had some kind words to say about the senior citizen program in Yamhfll County during a visit at the Phil Sheridan Fellowship center recently. Speaking during the dinner hour, Mrs. Gene Soler of the U.S. Health Service, Region nine, San Francisco, said that Yamhill County was the first in the state and one of the first in the nation to receive a fed- eral grant to organize programs for senior citizens. At the national health level, she said, the program is known as the Yamhill Plan for Senior Citizens. Its three phases-- visiting nurse service, visiting homemaker service and social center program with clinics for early detection of chronic dis- eases, Is unique inthis country. The Pl%tl Sheridan Fellow- Harmony Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blair and Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Ma- son of Valsetz were Monday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Flay Blair.    gar diets. ship, first recipient of funds from the federal grant, has re- ceived wide publicity because of the dispatch with which the pro- gram was organized under the local sponsorship of the Ameri- can Legion Auxiliary and because R was an experiment in the feasibility of establishlng such a senior citizens organi- zation in a small community. Miss Marie Grant of the Ge- rontology Branch, UoS. De- partment of Health, com- plimented the members on their program of social, physlcaland cultural benefits. She dis- cussed other programs which might he developed in the fu- ture. Mrs. Bernice Capps, rep- resentative of the Oregon State Board of Health, expressed her particular interest in the Fel- lowship's Arts and Crafts pro- gram. Miss Capps told the group that its '#rhe Pantry Special- ties Cook Book'hnd calculated menus for diabetic members were commendable projects. She promised her assistance in developing a collection of re- cipes which will meet the re- quirments of persons on low su- After many weeks of site preparation, the 100-foot long steel underwater viewing cbam- her for the new Oregon Under- sea Garden in Newport was fi- nally sunk to its resting place in Yaquina Bay. The chamber, which was towed down the coast from Sea- t tie where it was constructed by F1ohr &Co., wasweldedto the top of a huge barge during transport. Once in Newport, the welds were cut and the barge was beached and flooded so the rising tide could float theview- ing chamber free.  When the chamber was free of the barge, it was towed by tugs to its site in the Bay and the slow sinking operation be- gan. Liquid concretewas pump- ed into the sponson of the cham- ber for over seven hours un- til the entire chamber was sub- merged to a depth of 12 feet under the surface of the Bay. The underwater viewing chamber has a capacity of over 200 people and is equipped with 112 large windows which are now well under the ocean sur- face for underwater viewing. Workmen are now busy con- structlng the upper structure for the Undersea Garden on top of this submerg?d chamber. Sheridan .Briefs fishing in local streams. Mr. and Mrs. were called away at the death of her mother in Le- banon and expected back in Sheridan soon. i Sheridan Golf League W L T Pts. B.J, Miller 9 0 0 18 John Dillin 5 3 1 11 Bill Wederquist 4 5 3 11 Bud Hays 4 5 2 10 Elwin Heflinger 4 5 2 10 Harley Burdg 3 4 2 8 Norm Agee 4 6 0 6 G. Chrlstensen 3 8 0 6 f) 36 36 l0 82 Special guests for the meeting included several members of the McMinnville Senior Citi- zens Center. Mrs. FredWirfs, chairman of the steering com- mittee which originally plan- ned for the organization of the Fellowship, spoke briefly. Mrs. Edna Tufford, 1965-66 Fellow- ship Queen, was official rec- eptionist for the day. , rmg Seehing '0ung Men For , CS Schools The UnitedStates Armyneeds young men who are college graduates to fill the officer vacancles which now exist. According to Col. Frank W. Morrow, commanding officer, US Army Sixth Recrulting Dis- trict, "young men between the ages of 18 and 27 may now apply for Officer Candidate School and, if qualified, be given a guarantee for enrollment in the school of his choice, t" During this month, many young men have been graduated from college and are thinking about meeting their military ob- ligation. The Army provides the young man with challenging opportunities and an awareness that he is serving his country at one of the most crucial times in the history of the United States. ''Offlcer Candidate Schools train our young men for leadership," Col. Morrow stated, "and upon successful completion of the school, the graduate is commissioned a second lleutenant wlth pros- pects of rewarding years ahead in which to grow and continue in his service career" Graduates of the Offlcer Can- didate School must serve at least two years on active duty as commissioned officers. Openings are available in many branches of the Army through its service schools located throughout the United States. Sgt. Strlckland of the US Army Recruiting Service, whose office is at 361 SW 1st street, Beaverton, will provide information to the young men and women who are interested in the above program. ...... ! After six games in theSherl-I Heln Wanted Card of T a s dan Jaycee Summer Basketball I  league, two teams remained[' ' i tied for first place to leave the [ R ........... lea e in a ti ht ra I exmmg ana coz.ectmg money I WISH to thank my friends gu g ce. [from NEW TYPE high quality and relatives for their visits, Teams I and 3 held on to i coin operated dlspensersinthls their league lead wRh winsarea. No selling. To qualify this past week, leaving the I you must have car, references, standings after six games as! $600 to $1900 cash. Seven to follows: i twelve hours weekly can net excellent monthly income. More Team W L i full time. For personal in- 1 4 2 ! terview write P.O. BOX 15402, 3 4 2 i SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 4 3 3 64115. Include phone number. 2 l s{ Action on Wednesday,June29i Public Notice saw team 3 upending team 2! by a score of0-51 and team RUMMAGE SALE Produce I slipping by team 4 54.-47. Friday & Saturday Ken Berkey topped all At house across the road from scorers for both games by lead- Dairy Queen, east of Sheridan. ing team 3 with 30 points. Dave Banman added 19 counters to the Summer Bible School will he winning cause. Berkey hasnow held at the Sheridan Mennonite scored BZ points in the last ChurchJulyLithrough22. Time two games, proving himselv to mornings 9-12. All children be the one to stop on team 3. are welcome from age 3 through the eighth grade. Need trans- Kelth Neely, Tom Nickerson I portation? Call 843-6412o and Lynn Martin took care of most of the scoring duties for team 2, the losers in that game, $100 reward for information ! leading to the arrest and con- tossing in 16, 12 and I0 points vlctlon of the persons who respectively, burned our store down on June In team l's winning effort 15. Among the items stolen over team 4, Bob Perry led in this arson-burglary were a the offensive charge with a new Homellte XL12 chain saw game-hlgh total of 20 points, and a Cole steel portable type- John Ridgeway added 12 for the  writer. Jim's Trading Post, WRmers and Dick Smith sup- I one mile W. of Grand Ronde. plied another 9 points. | 879-2389. Kim Miller potted 14 and[ ....... John Krauthoefer 13 for team t THERE are good buys at Hi- 4, who dropped out of a first  Way Market. place tie into third place with the loss. Games this week will be play- Services ii ed on Wednesday and Friday nights due to the Fourth of BOOKKEEPING, Tax Work' July Holiday on Monday. photo copying. Lloyd Palmer, At the end of the summer Sheridan Bookkeeping Service. basketball season allpartlc- 843-2102, 119 N. Bridge pants will he treated to a Water- i melon Feed by the JC's' The ,, _ , ' I feed Is scheduled for July 19th, , - -l;ves'oc'/ _ ._liPOut#rv! following the Championship . ' game for the league title. BEAUTIFUL Golden Palomino quarterhorse gelding, outstand- H 0ny color and conformation, 7 arm yrs. For sale or trade for beef cattle. More information call 843-4192. Mr. and Mrs. George Turpin and Terry of Mapelton, Ron THREE year old registered Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Welsh Stallion for sale or trade Hampton and son of Eugene, for registered Biack Angus. Pl and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ander- 331-2972 or write Route 3 Box son of Eugene spent the week- 469, Hllisboro. end here with Mrs. Turpin Ps father, HughWalker. FOR SALE - 5 year old hamp buck. Glenn Hill 843-6631. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Veach Call after 4 p.m. of Beaverton were weekend , guests of his parents, Mr. and COME DOWN and try Hi-Way Mrs. Hugh Veach and Virginia. Market! JULY8 & 9 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Spooner returned Saturday from a weeks vacation to Colorado and Wy- oming They stopped to see their son Link, an employee of J.C. Compton Construction Co. for the summer months, who was working at Summer Lake at the time. Enroute home they were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Holmes in Her- ralston. Mrs. John Guthrod Jr. and Caroleen and her brother, Pete School left July 4 to return to their home in Eureka, Calif. after spending severaldays with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Karl School in McMinnville and at the home of John Guthrod St. They came to attend the Brondt- Hillweber wedding. Mr. Richard McCordand Mrs. Roliand Kinzler attended fun- eral services for a friend, Dwight Schollian, in Salem on Wednesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Williard Flynn of Hood River spent the hbliday weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Almond Flynn. Enjoying oceanfishing, skating, picnicing and the fireworks at Taft over the holidays were Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Thomson Mr. and Mrs. Duane Thomson and family of Lake Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Thomson and sons cards and beautiful flowers that were given to me while I was in the hospitals and rest home. Bertha Wade 1I WISH to express my thanks to the friends who sent me cards, flowers, gifts and other acts of kindness while I was a patient in the hospital, and since returning home. Gertrude Dickey Members of the 1961 Sheri- dan High School class and their families attended a 5year class reunion recently atGren- fell park. Approximately 60 people were able to he pre- sent and all enjoyed a pot luck dinner, playing games and visiting. Mr. and Mrs. BOb Hulett report good luck on a steel- head fishing trip on the Nes- tucca river Sunday. Enroute home they enjoyed a barbecue with Mr. and Mrs. Clain Thomas and family and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hulett at the Glenn Men- denhall home at Dolph. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pratts and family were Sunday dinner guests of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Vaugban and daughter in Salem. Chuck Pratt stayed over for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Ma- tusch were weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Evans and son in Roseburg. On Saturday night the women attended the Roseburg pageant. Mr. and Mrs. EUgene Mc- Kinzle of Grand Haven, Mich., spent last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl Spencer, The men enjoyed some deep sea fishing at Depoe Bay during their stay. Mel Agee 6 3 1 13 Jim Baltimore 6 8 0 12 Ken Johnson 6 3 0 12 Dee Bockes 6 4 0 12 Walt Oglevie 4 4 1 9 Bob WelLs ' 3 5 1 7 Dave Yoder 3 6 0 6 Joe Chrisman 1 7 1 3 35 35 4 74 Mr. and Mrs. RlchardSparks Bill Woodall 8 1 0 16 Ted Williams 7 Z 0 14 of Seattle, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bill Bladine 2 2 2 6 Cardwell and family of Tigarcc, Marion Latham 3 4 0 6 of Salem, and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kensler Bill Denton 2 4 1 5 Myron LeHOy and family of and family of Sherwood, Mrs. Bruce Brlckell 2 6 1 5 ENERGY I Klamath Falls spent the 3 day Bob Yennie and three sons of Beaver 2 7 0 4 CHIQUITA holiday with Mr. and Mrs. Tlgard, Allen Arnly, Bert * d 26 26 4 56 Wayne Sparks. Sharona, Tracl Wells, Ken Azune of Portlan , / --..   ......... \\; LIQUID DETERGENT ....... 1 and Bryan LeROy stayed to vI- Debra and Glynis Dickey and iJ BANAN00 ..,I sRtheJxgrandparentsforsev-RockyMcFal of Sheridan. I00HUNK IUNA \\; Mr. and Mrs. L.L. Leher of Litter spoils scenic views... 1/2 TIN C NO. l's Mr. and Mrs. John Dillin Moss Landing, Calif. here on creates highway s.ety men- .era--tren ee o I Sea Lion Caves and a picnic McMaugh and her mother Lou- turns into health hazards. Help at Beverly Beach on Sunday. ells Tucker. Mr Leber has fight litter and keep the North- been eroying trying out the west clean and beautiful. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Denton, Pare and Shannon, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hayten of Dallas andRon I SPAM 51 /.n,'at,,')] DILL PICKLES I Smith spent the weekend at Fort C C r or c Ron's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Smith of Longvtew, who were vacationing there. J tiLt t r i NEW and USED GLASS Ul LIGHTER FLUID 1 CHEFBOY-AR-DEE l l#l%bl'rl Wl III[ /! II 4 OZ. CAN I COMPLETE I ! 1 Insurance Jobs A Spec airy Mishler Wreckers I\\; ,.. / SPAGHETTI \\; /I Wallace Bridge wiilamina 876-2432 Business Opp HAY for sale - Hay, orchard grass, rye grass, fescue and vetch. In barn $18. Also oats and vetch. Rt. 1 Box 277 Sheridan, 843-6417. GOOD Northwest strawberries, U-Pick, clean field, nice ber- ries, days or evenings. Clyde Todd, 843-2856, Highway 18, Sheridan. S&H Green Stamps save you money at Hi-Way Market. FCEP'I'II)NAI I IFITII%IH OPPO R'I' I ' \\; l FY Reliuble Pllrty, Mule or Female, for part or full time work. We secure locations fur y,u to RF.'I't'K Tll E :EP.'F;T MOI)F.I. Fg F:I': ;F I I'- EKVICE TUBI.; TI"fTER vlr}l \\;'ATIONA L I.Y-ADV I.:WI'IP; I:D R.C.A. AN*n SVIVA \\;'IA T.V. AND RADIO TI'IIK such as retail stores, super markets, discouut stores ervice stations, etc. TIll. , I :% III(;'IFIEll It will not interfere v,,ith your present emph, ym ent. "l'tll I)OEY, NOT RF(.I'IRE K \\;'o' I. I-:llf; E OF FI ECTI{O \\; I(' f)l{ T I.'I.I'V IION TO Q|rAI.II-'Y YOU 'tlt'*'l" IIVU  Automohile 5 In I0 huurs of spare time weekl: 3. 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On the Fourth of July the Hills and their guests joined Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brown andfamily and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Small for a family picnic honoring Mrs. Vannice on her birthday. Monday to the rodeo. Mr. ald Mrs. William Ros- enhalm Were hosts the Fourth of July to a picnic including Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hawley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rosenbalm and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rosenbalm andfam- fly, and Mrs. FrankAbdehalden and children of near New- berg. i \\; 'Tin At The Age Where I Want Safety" "Speculation may be all right for those who can afford to take chances but not for me. From now on out I'm playing it safe. "That's why I like to save in a bank. No risk, no worry, good earnings and my money is available instant- ly." Perhaos you feel the same way! i Lincoln Banks Full 4 Per Cent Savings Interest I Is Compounded QUARTERLY! All Deposits | Made Thru JULY 10 DRAW INTEREST FROM I JULY 1. 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