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SHERIDAN GOLF LEAGUE The Sheridan Sun, Sheridau, Oregon, Thursday, August 13, 1964 Ex-LocalPair Diabetes Test Junior Golf League Has Daughter Progra Slated m STANDINGS, AUG. 9 By DAVE YODER STANDINGS, AUG. 9 FIRST FLIGHT W. L. T. PTS. J. Lundhohn 7 3 1 15 J. DllIin 6 5 0 12 N. Agee 5 5 1 II B. Wederquist 5 6 0 I0 B, Miller 5 6 0 10 H. Burdg 4 7 0 8 SECOND FLIGHT Mr. and Mrs. John H. Aaron of Oceamside have annotmced the July 16 birth of a daughter, Mlchele Lynne, at Tillamook hospital. The baby weighed 5 pounds, 15 ounces. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moore of 145 N. E. Ash street, Sheridan, and Mr. and Mrs. George H. Aaron of 509 N. E. Sherman street. Both John and hls wife, the former Judy Whitehor are 1963 graduates of SheridunHigh school He is employed at the TlllRmook Veneer company. Orchestra Test L. Sch roeder 6 3 I 13 B. Hays 6 4 I 13 W. Cdevie 6 5 0 12 E. Heilinger 4 5 2 i0 J, Chrisman 4 5 2 i0 Continued from Page 1 FIRST FLIGHT W. L. T. least one large baby (over ten J. Wells 5 I pounds); a history of sugar in D. Ivie 3 I the urine; overweight; and ov- M. Ivie 3 1 er-actlvity of the thyroid gland. M. Bockes 2 3 Of the total population in the E. Hebcrt 2 2 Unlted States, one out of every G. Hays I 4 four persons are believed to be S. Agee 1 5 diabetic "carriers." Carriers are persons who are free of the SECOND FLIGHT condition themselves but who may transmit the tendency to E. Davenport 3 I I diabetes to their offspring. S. Bockes 2 I I Usual signs of dlahetes are Tim Hays 2 2 1 increase in thirst, constant hun- Tom Hays 2 2 0 bar, frequent urination, loss of J. Yoder 2 3 0 weight, intense Rchlng, easy K. Miller i 3 1 0 0 6 0 ,6 I 5 0 4 I 3 0 2 PTS. 10 Lunch Program Plans Reported Buell Orange News Hearing Slated On Buell Plans for the school lunch Six Sheridan Senior CArl program in Sheridan schooLs At the July Buell Grange during the coming year have meeting Violet Wetzel, Luella Scouts and their leaders re- cently spent the evening in - been announced by the school Haddon and Laura Porter were lem to meet two visiting Girl board. Serving of lunch in the appointed to head a committee Scouts from India, who are schools will begin Friday, Sept. m see what the Holt Orphan- spending three weeks visiting 4, the first full day of classes age in Korea needs the most. in the coming school year. The Grange bought a bolt of Santlam Council headquarter$ and units. The lunch program for both flannel for the women to make Meeting the Indian Scouts elementary schools willbeoon- up into diapers. There are 300 the Salem airport and then ll- ducted at Chapman school, with babies in diapers attheorphan- tending a reception at the Girl transportation furnished for age. Scout office were MarilY: students at Faulconer school A Salem merchant donated Bride, Patti Thompson, JeaP who wish to participate. 106 yards of green and brown nle Wlrfs, Nancy McKlbl, Cost of the lunch program at wool-fdt for our use for the Donna Evans and. the grade school level is 25 children. Eleven hooded jack- Their leaders Lolsel cents per single meal. A hmch et and trouser outfits have been Ruby I-leillnger ticket good for 10 meals may be finished and many more cut out Kibben accompanied them. purchased for $2, according to to be sewn. The visitors, F. Hulett 3 7 0 6 Scheduled to compete later tiring, train in fIngers and toes, Superintendent Stanley A. Lucille Herber and Neomi ger Scouts in India, have this month for an outstanding changes in vision, and slow Grout. Milk ticket for 60 cents Chrisman head the committee in Mexico on grants to see THIRD FLIGHT orchestrlpositioninCaiiforn healing of CutS and bruises. City Schools Possible Alder are gcodfor2Ohalf-pinmo for the Buell Grange booth en- way Scouts operate in is Cynthia Ellis, 15, daughter However, dlabetesmaybepres- At the high school, single try at the PoLk County Fair. countries. ant without any signs at all meals will be served for 30 At the meeting Nels O1son, a D. Bockes I0 3 2 22 of Mr. and Mrs. Art Ellis of The most likely targets are cents or ata reduced rate of Dallas FFA member, accept-Girl Scouts G. MeMahilI 8 521,8 Rt.l, Box234, Willamina. persons who are overweight, Continued fromPagel Firm Sits Seen lunch tick-eda$lOOcheckonbehalfofan K. Johnson 8 6 1 17 Miss Ellis, whoattendedWfl- past 40, or directly related nesday, Nov. 11, and then two- at. Milk is available at three absent member, Keith Sullivan, D. Yoder 7 6 2 16 lamina High school last year, to diabetics. More than 80 out weeks later the students will cents per half-pint, and himself to aid them intheir B. Wells 7 6 2 16 was one of only five selected ofl00dlabetlcshaveheenover-beoutforonlytwodays0Thurs- Grout pointed out that par-planned agricultural tour of Mee! Visit0u M. Ages 7 7 1 15 to compete for a position in the weight before their condition day and Friday, Nov. 26 and 27, Chamber of Commerce of- ants should give careful con- Europe with a group fromother T. Williams 6 8 I 13 Pasadena Junior Symphony or- was detected. Forawomunover for Thanksgiving. The Chris- fictaLs Monday looked over sev- sideration to the school lunch northwestern FFA Chapters. A. Hebert 1 13 1 3 chestra in Pasadena, Calif.  40 the chances ofheoomingdia,, unas vacation willbeginThurs- eral possible sites for program, since well-planned Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wagler of is a vlolinlst. _ Members of the Sberl betlc are 75% higher than for day, Dec. 24, and school will a proposed hardwoods reman- meals are offered at a low Willamina, Mr. andMrsoGor- School Board will attend a Bttl =||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||| a man of the same age. reconvene on Monday, Jan. 4. utacturing plaut which couldbe cost. don Woods, and Mr. and Mrs. School Board -. _ A county teachers' institute is built in Sheridan in the future. Alfred MeKecn of Stayton were day, Aug. 19, at A FI N E ADI}ITI 0 N scheduled in February. butthe cal--ahardwoodssupplledbySilhafacllitY'tofinishl" FIREMI:NISPICN|C,I::T honored guests, alongwiththeir with a proposal to have To Retire date has not ben set so it is adopted Korean children, ata students attend school not known what daystudents will several mills in the area, gain- Sheridan Volunteer Firemen potluck dinner. Colored slides ldan. be out of school Final vaca- ed a big boost at the Aug. 3 will hold their annual picnic were shown of the Holt Orphan- The Buell meeting, a pol Continued from Page 1 tion of the year will be the Chamber of Commerce meet- PGE in Newberg, stayed there three-day spring break sched- ing. Speaker at the session was Sunday, AUg. 13, at 6:30 p.m., dayage and surroundingareaTueS-evening. Mrs.McKeonrec- terestCunty hearingto deternlmiof having Buell =. a year, and came to Sherldanin uled for Wednesday through Delbert Palmer, a specislist in according to department offic- I1' u""'" ....... _ _ l ._ School hours for the coming pointed out the great feaslbll- ..... |L " 1935, He hesbeeaworkinghere Friday, March 24-26. a small bus waiting at the air- information presented ....... port with Mr. Holt as their the Sheridan and l)aila since that time, since 1962 in year also have been outlined by fly of a remanufacturlng oper- IIAKMUNI adopted daughter Martha. Mr. R has been reportedl .% the company's stockroom, the superintendent. He said ation located tn Sheridan. R Their youngsters, three boys . o ^,, _   ,,^..,.. and Mrs. Sam Wetzel, Buell county school officials A#. Q4tL&Lt WiI.D & JJaUIAIalIj .ii  and a girl, are Robert, pres- first and second grade students would process hardwoods such ow-'-- "' ......  ,. ''- and Grange members, have an been releasing mlsleadix will begin school at 8:40 a.m. as alder, maple and spruce.  .. ""=2.L  ........ adopted Korean daughter, formation about the She in the morning and will be dis- At the meeting, Palmer said rs. tizenn mu. major at WRchita Falls, Tax.; missed at 2:25 p.m. All other such a plant would upgrade the children. . take up at approximately 8.-40 out that Sheridan would be a kll ' ldent of Los Angeles Pacific : college; Harold, an Air Force Newton, a Los Angeles school elementary pupils will attend value of hardwoods handled   school from 8..40 a.m. until through the operation. This i teacher beginning next year; approximately 3.. p.m. Sher- would create numerous new Jobs B and Aletlm, a Portland house- F'..--.b g wife. The Coxes lmvel8grmd- ldan High school classes will in the area, he said, pointing New model introduction forces us to sweep out The Coxes live at 530 S.W.a.m. and dismissal at 3:20p,r, "top notch" centralized loca- our 1964 models at rock-bottom prices! Mill st--t' where theY ha" t 3:46 P'm*' dependlng n in" tin fr a remenuacturing OP" / Flitter D111| "/our acres of weeds andbrunh dlvldual schedules, station. to fight." ffnorty raises some If additional information is ;! [i y 0 U quarter horses as his first-deslredconcerninganythingre-,, Afte High Rank:ng .00!il "00CIIIIN sweep cholcs hobby. , lated to schools, residents are Eagles Oam A visitor to orty s store- encouraged to contact the dis- room this past week was Matt trict office at 843-443, Chap- . . Krauthoefer, who retired 11 man school at 843-4732, Faul- Ill coner school at 843-;83 or ,I,, CLEARANCE] years ago after several years Sheridan High school at 843- with P. They talked about the changes In tools and ninth- 2162. they stood guard at the oldsub-  Yocom, led her Eagles ritual- CflRISMAN station neartheWLllscebridge PSF Po fy istic team from the North Lin- during the war. They also re- coin lodge to a fourth place Joe New 3hop Foreman =" o= ,.. ,=,., r teamsranklngat outthe of 26 competingEagles National ; " Wll which furnished --" electrical power for Sheridan, About 90 persons, including convention last wed in Den- // Help solve our inventory problem. Take these Wil]amina and Amity duringthe several ot-of-town guests, st- ver, Colo. --" day, while the power lines were tended the second anntversary .--- In a continuing effort to upgrade Traveling by chartered bus, '64 models off our hands and give your budget -= our service to YOU, our cus- tomer, we are happy to report As a resident of 6herlctan for "pumped full of Juice" for party Saturday at the regular 36 Eagles from he coast lodge the biggest break of the year. They're brand --" the addition of Joe Chrisman 17 years, Joe is known for his nightUme, weekly meetingofthePhllSber- left for Denver Aug. 2 and re- new-some still in original crates. Hurry-at --- to our staff as shop foremen, skill and ability with automo- "But," he said, "I'mgoingto idan FeLlowship at the ffnertclan turned Aug. 10. Attending the --= Joe brings to Tuggle years of bile engines and his deter- miss it. It's a great company, American Legion hall national conventionwere 66 del- . .,-  these prices, they won't last long! __-- experience wlth automotlve en- minatlon to doa "top quallty" the greatest. And the men are cakeTea'wereCffee'servedSandwichesin the after-and I5,000egates from OregOnmembers at arnon thethe meet- ;. SAVI' .:. :.:.:.... -- . glnes and is atuue-upandover- Job for everyone served in our great. I'm sure going to miss noon to all those attending the ings. Mrs. Yocom reported 48 ........................................... "= haul specialist wlthflne General expending shop. Joe has an- it " " " . ................................................................. ------. " Fellowshlp's second anniver- states were represented. On ;,.'-"" ...--': ground.Mtors training and back- asnuncedstaZf of tOPaequirlPlansmee/mnies maoy peaces of uewt increaseas weIlur bersSapeelal'geof a steeringSt s wereCommitteemem- ades.werethe agendameetingS.dancesfor banquets.andthe conventionritualisticPar_  2- speed, 7- cycle FRIGIDAIRE : , ,.., "= op rtscar from Neberg, visitlngtheFel-work. Convention net year  Washer pampers your wash[ = staff may better serve YOU. C__ 0 10Wship session to gain intor- will be held in CincinmattL -- FOR THE BEST IN ........... mation for operation of a sirn- ilar senior citizen center in The Public Newberg. The Newberg group, _-- .= imm --  ENGINE RE PAIRS * PAINTING -- No word had been received headed by Chairman Bessie Set Fabric dial for right washing combination. : : by Tuesday aigbt of the where.- Lee, observed Fellowship ac.- Welfare ,= LB. Ask us about Frigidaire underwater -- * AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE -- abouts of an MGA roadster e tivites and met with officers of Act|on Zone - = _, ,,- stolen sometime Sunday night the lonal senior citizens to TUB I washing-helps get all your wash fabulously clean! = " = Questioe Fresh running waterrinses-automatic lint disposal. --= --" Davis of 220 N. W. Lincoln, ,and problems enCountered .."= _ .. . . ==," according to Sheridan police in beginning a center. Besides * SudsWater Saver Model --"  officers, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lee, steer- DO I HAVE TO HAVE A WIAR-64 at extra cost. In =.- --= pOlice Said the automobile ing committee members from LICENSE TO BOARD CHll. Snowcrest white only. _ - $ -=  was stolen from the Davis Newberg attending the session DREN? - ==" driveway, after the keys were were Mr. and Mrs. L.C. If you receive payment for * Dependable! It's the --= --- lett in the Ignition. Sheridan French, Mr. and Mrs. Harry providing care, food and lodg- Sturdy Frigidaire washer! line - r e"agg'e Chevrolet llo . City, Yarahlll county and Ore.. Morter, Mrs. Helen Tracy, Mrs. Lag to children who are not ModeIWIA-e4 -= gon state police are on the Carroll Dailey, Mrs. Mary related to you, it is necessary 4 colors or white --- look-out for Lhe small foreign Jones, Mrs. Kate Meek and that you have a Certificate of -- --" II - sportscar. Mrs, Lois K. Ao Dorash, Approval fro= th. Mat. FRIGIDAIRE Thrifty Low priced _. . Officers in Sheridan pointed Other guests at the meeting lie Welfare Commission ac- . "" = Out the danger of leaving keys were Mrs. Blanche leters of Cording to Oregon Law. This FRIGIDAIRE 251 $. BRIDGE SHERIDAN 843-2512 -m in an automobile ignition, mak- Hollywood, Calif. and Mrs requirement protects both you Washer FRIGIDAI Ill: -- -= ing it easy for a potential car Maude Thompson of Hunting- your foster child. Your coun- :--- tf to drive the vehicle away. ton Park, CaU ty.00 publlcbe 00ppywe00eto providedepartmen0000or- spins clothes Washer with Dryer dries matlononrequtrementsforfos- dry, dry, dry[ Soak Cycle breeze-fresh! tar homes. OR oR A T SPECIAL! RI(ITS LAW AFFECT PUBLIC WELFARE? Eligibility for financial as-. sistance has always been based on need, not race. However, GtANT in many parts of the nation members of minority groups 12 LB. VERYONE have found it dtfJ.cult to get TUB I Jobs or even to obtain the neces- sary education to prepare for A Beautiful 8x/O or 11x14 employment Many of these people become welfare recip- Life-Size Mastercraft Portrait lasts because there has been no other means of obtaining the Model WD-64 Model WOA-64 Model DOA-64 necessities of life, Ctvilrights 4 colors or white 4 colors or white 4 colors or whitt \\; *BABIES * TEENAGERS *MOM-DAD ieuion which eliminates Job discrimination well enable many * Automatic Soak cycle. * Soaks clothes better * Set 4-position Fabrics "\\; *GRANDMA AND GRANDPA of these people to support them., * Frigidaire underwater than overnight soak. dial to get just-right eelves without welfare help, fabric heat. FAMItY GROUPS O N L Y I READ THAT WELFARE Action Zone helps get *Frigidaire underwater RECIPIENTS HAVE TO WORK clothes fabulously clean[ Action Zone helps get * Flowing Heat dries ? ' FOR THEIR MONEY. WHAT * SudsWater Saver Model clothes fabulously clean! breeze-fresh, safer / AI i WLUNtUAT 5 IffUKVAT I FD i|==plat  11111, =tL HAPPENSTOTHOSEWEOARE WDR-64atextra cost. * Rinses extra-clean, than sunshine. \\; " NOT ABLE TO WORK? Only those who are sble to * Dependable! It's the * Dependable! It's the No-stoop lint screen work are assigned to work and Sturdy Frigidaire washer. Sturdy Frigidaire washer, on door. jONtY i AUG. 19&20 ,,, ,,o,,= However, assistance is not available to anyone Who r.ttses work with- $ t '!39 out good cause. Photogrupher IF I GET HELP FROM IUBLIC WELFARE WILL IT Will Be In Our Store HURT MY CREDIT RATING? All public welfare infor- AGEE'S MARKETERIA has orranged to have matton is strictly contlden- one qf Ca[ifornia's leading photographers from II A.M. to 5:30 P.M. Ual. Public welfm-e depart-. " ....................................................................................... lltllll mllllmmmlmllllmmll lllmmttlnllmlllmtllmlmmllmlmmmlllmlllllmllmlmmlllmmmlllmllmmmll ments will not inform your Cynfhle'$ Studio in thelr store TWO DAy, ONLY , creditors th'lt YU have applied IVIE HARDWARE to photogruph your 'ovorite pe,son or fomily AGEE S MARKETERIA for assllta.nce. The law per- group. Don't forget the sure to tell mrs the,public to inspect lists your friends of this offerl Limit one to a family, of assistance recipients in the 9 for each person in photo. Bridge 843-62 county offtces but information obt in this way my not 146 S. BRIDGE SHERIDAN 843-6l')' be used for either commerelal -- or political purposes.