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.===.-.  News n the 00CORDS MUNICIPAL COURT Oscar Strohmeyer, 38, Star Route, Box 2, Grand Rand, VBR, $7; John C. Surrett, 18, 125 S. W. Harrison street,sher- idan, VBR, $5; Joe G. Tibbetts, 23, Rt. 1, Box 124, Sheridan, inadequate mufflers, $5; Stev- en S. Brock, 21, 140 S. W. Jefferson, Sheridan, inadequate mufflers, $15 bf; RonaldD. Rol- lins, 19, Yamhill, inadequate mufflers, $10 bf; Norm Jean Wirfs, 16, 524 S. W. Mill street, Sheridan, no operator's license, $5; Har- ry D. Chaplin, 21, McMinnville, no operator's license, $5 bf; Harry Lux, 40, Rt. 2, Sheridan, disorderly conduct, $20; Floyd Riggs, Grand Rand, drunk on the street, three days In coun- ty Jail ; Lyle A. Dent, 49, 343 S. W. Harrison street, Sher- idan, drunk on the street, $10; Albert J. Ulman, 41, Wit- lamina, drunk in a publicplace, five days in county Jail; David Pratt, 22, Rt. 2, Box 38, Sher- idan, VBR, $20; Harvey Web- er, 29, Grand Ronde, VBR, $12.50; James M. Bundy, 17, McMinnville, VBR, $12; Roy Panschow, 17, 508 N. W. Sher- man street, Sheridan, excessive noise (squealing tires), $6; Doug KarlriB, 22, Willamtna, excessive noise (squealing tires), $2; Virgil Lux, Sher- idan, disorderly conduct, $12; Manvll Lein, 808 S. W. Mill street, sheridan, disorderly conduct, $12;Wlllte Lex, Sher- idan, disorderly conduct, $12. Ballston Mr. and Mrs. Everett Small and family returned home Sun- day night from a three-day vacation trip. Camp was set up at Clear Water Falls, and from there they visited Dia- mond Lake and Crater Lake. During their outing they also visited Mr. and Mrs. Leroy West at Roseburg, a sister of Mr. Small. Mrs. Florence Hamilton spent the weekend with her two sisters, Mrs. Harvey McKin- ney and Mrs. Lloyd Newbill at Wlllamina. Roy Page returned home Tuesday after visiting a week with his son, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Page at North Highland, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cof- fer and family of Fortuna, Calif., have been recent vis- itors of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Coffelt. ..... Mr. and Mrs. L.E. Page of McMlnnville, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Page and Roy Page were clam digging at Garibaldi Sat- urday. Visiting July 8 at the Floyd Page home were Mr. and Mrs. Mac McGrew of Oakland, Calif. Mr. ,and Mrs. annie John- son and Salem friends enjoy- ed a weekend camping trip to Newport. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Coffer attended the Jehovah's Wit- nesses assembly at the Oregon State fairgrounds. If we don't have the model you prefer... we'll get it fast! OPTOMETRIST Office in Hastreet 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 I I Name your price ... we're sure to have a model to match it! OFFICERS of the Yamhill Soil and Water trict during the meeting. Shown 0 to r) Conservation District take advantage of the are Vernon Stephens, Hopewell; Joe Jung- shade to hold an informal meeting during wirth, Newberg; Hugh Hickerson, extension the organization's annual picnic held Sat- agent; Rudy Schaad, Newberg; Rex Brown, urday at the Stan Christensen Jr., home. Carlton; Christensen, Sheridan; Eldon "Jack" Long range plans were adopted for the dis- Fendall, Willamina. C-,00ntrg A oard Premiums Told M 00sile ",, uiser Forty Members Attend Rogue Gallery Photos Enjoyed Annual YS&WCD Picnic Fell0wshi0 Yamhill Soil &WaterConser- attend and become better ac- without cost to landowners or vaton District annual picnic quainted with the district sup- operators asking for such help. July is a month of many was held Sunday at the farm home of Chairman Stanley Christensen, Jr. About 40 per- sons enjoyed the potluck and ice cream provided by the SWCDo The locale of the picnic is rotated about Yamhill County in order to give farm families of the SWCD equal opportunity to Willamina Man On Area Staff SEATTLE - Wilbur A. Yoast, yeoman first class, USCG, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. Yoast of 141 "D" street, Wit- lamina, is serving on the staff of the Commander of the 13th Coast Guard District, Seattle, Wash. The district is responsible for search and rescue actv- ervisors and their famlUes. A regular monthly business meeting was held in conjunction with the outing. Main item of business was the ratification of the recently updated SWCDlong range plan of action in conser- vation objectives, and signing of a new memorandum of un- derstanding with the USDA Soil Conservation Service for coop- erative assistance in reaching the objectives. According to Chairman Christrisen the 10 page dis- trict program could be boiled down to the statement, 'tEn- courage every farmer in Yam- hill County to use each acre of his land to its highest cap- ability, and treat it according to its needs." This includes the wise use of soil, water, woodland, wildlife, recreation- al and human resources. Christensen emphasized that Application can he made with any district supervisor, or at the SCS office at 525 E. 4th Street, McMiunville, where soil capability maps of Yam.hill County are available. :.::::::.'." ============================================================ EARL RAYMOND FOSTER Funeral services were held Wednesday morning, July 15, at Adam_son's Seridan Funeral home for Earl Raymond Foster, who died Monday, July 13, 1964 at the age of 78 in his home on Third street in Wlllamina. Interment was in Green Crest Memorial park. Born in Beaver Crossing, Neb. on Nov. 18, 1885, Foster was son of Thomas Jefferson USS LONG BEACH -- Gary R. Gentry, machinist's mate first class, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell D. Gentry of Rt. 2, Sheridan, is a crew- member of the Navy nuclear powered guided missile cruiser USS Long Beach with the Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean. Long Beach is one of three nuclear powered ships now op- erating in the Mediterranean. The aircraft carrier USS En- terprise and the guided mis- sile destroyer USS Bainbridge are also serving with the fleet and have at times operated to- gether, forming the world's first nuclear powered surface ship task force. Gentry will have the oppor- tunity to visit ports in France, Italy, Spain and Greece while in the Mediterranean. For Livestock At State Fair SALEM - Livestock prem- iums have been set for the 1964 Oregon State Fair, re- ports Howard Maple, state fair manager. "Premium money this year is an ail-time high," said Maple, 'md we anticipate a record number of exhibitors." There were close to 5000 head of livestock last year. Maple said he expected to ex- ceed this during the 1964 State Fair. Dairy cattle premiums total $]2,117, including $22 5 in awards for county herds. First prize in this is $65. The eight anl- mala in the county herd must be owned by not less than three exhibitors, with no exhibitor furnishing more than three ani- mals. Dual purpose and beef cattle premiums total $6542. In ad- dition there will be special Hereford, Angus and Short- horn prizes offered by the in- dlvidual breeds. In the swine division the state fair's contribution is $3777with additional breed prizes. sheep awards are set at $906'7 and goats at $1427. Breeding horses rate $6140 birthdays among members of in premiums and draft horses, the Phil sheridan Fellowship $1100, the manager announced and 17 names were on the list In addition to the livestock of birthdays recognized at competition in breeding class- last Friday's party held in the es, the state fair wiLl feature Legion hall. a top notch horse show and a Refreshment chairman, Lena championship rodeo combiue in Roberts.n, and her assistants the stadium each night. served ice cream and cake to all present. Entertainment con- sisted of a cake walk, with Mrs. E. M. Huutley winning the prize, followed by an afternoon of table games. The program for the previous week was quite unusual and amusing. The rogue's gallery consisted of childhood and youthful pictures of Fellowship members shown on a screen by means of an opaque pro- Jector loaned by the high school If the audience couldn't guass the "rogue" had to confess his identity. Everyone mis- took Bert Robertson inhis curls Fair dates are Sept. 4.-12. Weather Unit Due At Meet ties in the Paclficnorthwestand SWCD will provide technical and Rebecca Cummings Fos- and dress, for a little girl truck will be on display for the for the Alaska Fisheries and help in solving conservation ter. He had lived in Willamtna Lynn Dirks was a cutie too meeting. It will be open to Bering Sea Patrols. problems of these resources since January of this year. in his long white dress. Des- inspection by interested local Married to Della Knobbs in sie Hippie in a long full skirt residents. Festival Opens Nebraska on Sept.@ 1913, was shownbicyclingandOLlve 00hake00nearean Foster homesteaded inWyom- Haugen inan equally longhabit Harrison said all the latest Lng after World War l. He was shown on horseback in information and details on Four Show Series In Ashland later was employed in the oil the good old modest side weather forecasting wtllbe in fields there. He moved to saddle fashion, use when the unit is in town. Moose Pass, Alaska in 1941 Grace Bradley's baby picture Warm weather and an over- veil, for its first showing any- to work as a repairman for the was recognized easily because nuunmmnuunnnnnnnn flow audience ushered in the where, the design of the now U. S. Bureau of Public Roads. of her round face and ever New & Used 24th season at America's pre- mlere shakespearean repertory company - the Oregon zakes- pearean Festival in Ashland. Saturday night 1142 first night- ers filled the open-air theatre to capacity for the first per- formrice of "The Merchant of Venice." Prior to showtime, more than 1400 revelers gathered in Lithla park for the annual "Feast of the Tribe of WilL" While the crowd dined, the Festival mus- icians and dancers Joined the Ashland Kilty Band in staging an hour of informal, open-air entertainment. First night ceremonies at the theatre, traditionally brief, were expanded somewhat this year to enable the United States Post Office Department to un- Local residents will get a first-hand chance to see weath- er forecasting done in a mobile unit next January during a Polk- Yamhill Fire association meet- ing. According to Fire Chief Ce- cil A. Harrison, the Oregon State Forestry department's mobile weather forecasting Registered Cow Sold Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Thomas of sheridan have purchased a six-year-oid cow, Brooknook Ruth 3d, from Frank B. Stuck of Sheridan. The animal is a registered Milking Shorthorn. The record of the transfer of ownership has been made by the American Milking Shorthorn Society at Springfield, Mo. FUUUA ABOUT JULY 22 POLE BEAN PICKERS WILL BE NEEDED to pick 250 acres of Blue Lake Beans ' ALDERMAN FARMS Datjton. Oregon Bus service will be available from Grand Ronde, Willamina, Sheridan and Amity. For further information call William Shakespeare 400th blrthday commemoratlve stamp. Festival Board President El- liott B. McCracken introduced several dignitaries in the aud- ience and prologued a brief address by Dr. Leon Minear, Oregon State Superintendant of Public Instruction. Dr. Min- er, speaking for Oregon's Gov. Mark Hatfleld, welcomed the crowd and launched the new 1964 anniversary season. Also accorded special at- tention were William M. Mc- Millan, Assistant Postmaster General in charge of Bureau Operations; Harold Shaw, Ex- ecutive Director of the National Shakespeare Anniversary Com- mittee; and Joseph Verner Reed, Jr., Assistant toNit.hal Shakespeare Committee Chair- man Eugene R. Black. Mc- Millan offered background in- formation on the new stamp design and Reed brought greet- ings and best wishes to the Ore- gon event from both the Com- mittee and the Connecticut Shakespeare Festival "King Lear" opened in Ash- land on Sunday evening, follow- ed by Monday and Tuesday open- ings for '&Twel/th Night" and 'q-Ienry VI Part L" The four- some will then rotate through September 6. A wide choice in seating remains for all the plays. Information regarding reservations may he made at any of the festival's branch box offices or by writing "Shakes- peare," Ashland, Oregon. ,Group Returns From Sessions J. B. Dunkin and 30 members of the Sheridan congregation returned home Sunday afternoon after attending the "Fruitage of the Spirit'* District Assembly of Jehovah's Witnesses in Sa. ibm. The public lecture, "Peace Among Men of Good WilF' or Armageddon  Which? by R. E. Collier from Brooklyn, N.Y. climaxed the four-day conference, which drew many wRnesses and in. terested persons from 12 states and Canada. Dunkln said all meetings would resume as sch- eduled this week at the Sher- idan Kingdom hall. He retired in 1957. Survivors include his wife, Della K. Foster of Wlllamina; a son, Max M. FosterofReeds- port; a sister, Mrs. OrB ( Camp- bell 0f Tulsa, Okla.; and one grandchild. DAISY VIOLA MOORE Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon, July 11, at the Sheridan Church of the Nazarene for Daisy Viola Moore of Sheridan, who died Wednes- day, July 8, 1964, in a con- valescent home, where she had been confined for several months. She was 83. Inter- ment was at Green Crest Mem- orial park. Services were un- der the direction of Ariason's Sheridan Funeral home. Born Sept. 15, 1880 in Post Oak, Tex., Mrs. Moore was daughter of John W. and Mar- tha Washington Saey Foreman. She moved to the Boise Valley in 1dab, in 1892 by covered wagon. She was married in Idaho to Charles Moore and resided there until moving to Dr..kings in 1958. she had lived in sheridan for the past three years and was an active member of the Church of the Nazarene, Survivors include two sons, Revo El, in Moore, pastor of the sheridan Church oftheNaz- arene and Orville Moore of Albuquerque, N.M.; five grand- children and six great-grand- children. RAY STANLEY WILSON Graveside services at the Willamina cemetery were conducted Friday, July 3, for Ray Stanley Wilson of Sher- dan, who died Wednesday, July I, 1964 in McMinnville at the age of 71. idason's sheridan Funeral home was in charge of arrangements. [ Born March 27, 1893 in Vir- ginia, Wilson was son of Sam- u uel and Elizabeth MacGregor ! Wilson. He had no immediate l relatives. ..... ,., p AMERICAN LEGION : AUXILIARY ] Lily SUbS ........ President "Callie Helder ........ sec. u i members Welcome [ Visiting Meets 2nd and 4th Mondays I I o|m||.o||tm|o||||||mm|||m|w|||w||m|||w|m|a|||w|'||m|u|l|||l|m|m|mw present smile. Each picture was worthy of description. A pre-wedding picture of Gene and Grace Barber, the group pictures of school days and hop-picking crews brought back many early day memories. Many members have asked for a repeat performance at later date. .... GLASS Insurance Jobs A Specialty Mishler Wreckers Wallace Bridge Willamina 876-2432 lllillilliillll The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, July 16, 1964 5 Trio Aw, tung Case Hearing Three Sheridan Juveniles, inal Deputy Wayne Lotion was who have admRted breaking into in Sheridan Wednesday morn- the Snack Bar care on several ing to inform an area farmer occasions, still are awaiting that he will have to remove a hearing of their case in Yam- fence from across an unused and hill County Juvenile court, ac- unimproved county road. Lotion cording to Police Chief Harry said he was on his way to see Hayes. Noah Wright in the Rock Creek The trio, ages 16, 15 and 13, road area about the matter. has admitted taking cigarettes Lotion alleged that Wright had and candy on the various oc- put up a fence across an old casions they entered the care. county road crossing his prop- Sheridan poULee also have erty. been working on a case invol- vlng anotber group of area Juv-! " "WiLl "'" enlles with '"oad*' checks, Chief Hayes said. i Yamhlll County Chief Crim- | Lose Licenses i DRILLING , Two youthful Sheridan " ANYWHERE drivers have undergone 30-day | ANYTIME | driver's license suspensions after entering pleas in Sheri- a ESTIMATES I dan Municipal court on charges " GLADLY of reckless driving. I i Richard Berkey, 17, of 408 , S. W. Madison street also was m ! fined $20 in addition to the ! license suspension after he was ." cited for leaving rubber on the ! 20, of 347 N. W. Gardner was fined $25 in addition to the , & ump Co. suspension after he was taken I,=oo r=,,,  . .-7:.,,1 into custody on the basis of a complaint. _ .- -.,linnvll -,,- j IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUlIIIIIIIIIIIIUlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 836 E. MAIN SHERIDAN "QUALITY MERCHANDISE AT ECONOMY PRICES" WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS AD EFFECTIVE FRI., SAT. AND SUN. =mmnnmimm= =============================================== 0 F01GFRS" H,U.S BROS... M J B 49 COFFEE00G00,0000 or DRIP (first lb.) : : WITH A $10.00 GROCERY PURCHASE. ! ' Effective Thursday, July 16 and continuing : ! as a regular shelf policy in our store, 7 days a week i BEEF CHUCK ROASTS 45CLB. ,. .......... THIS WEEK WE HAVE LAMB ........ LblN CHOPS 89c :LB. SHOULDER STEAKS 69 c LB ROUND BONE STEAKS 85 c LB, FRESH FRYERS LARGE WHOLE 47 c00,u, 49CLB. I 4 LBS. & UP .B. 3 LBS. & UP BETTY CROCKER CHOC. 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