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on the RECORDS MUNICIPAL COURT Grant Sharer, Rto 2, viola- of city dog leash ordl- $2; Clmffln, 15, Hood River, fire arms in city $i0; erry L. Bonnett, 15, 780 rnhill street, discharging In city limits, $10. are not I sale items )RLESS DREEM ENAMEL $]99  rtady mixed colors... |) . . . S2 49 : S2 74 : Colors (37-72) $3 06 : LATEX EXTERIOR -" JSE PAINT $679 ! |hing white ...... ; I Colors (1.18) . . $7 20 : ne Colors (19-36). $7 99 : Colors (37-72) $s 63 ALUMINUM LADDERS tep & etension 10 OFF i DURING | PAINT i SALE ; ....... i COPELAtl) LUMBER:: k: PHONE 843-6342 S % EIRIDGE SHERIDAN mlm.l.mm=m=...m=m====lmlmw DeJong S rvice Services Held Due Saturday For L0ng-Time In McMinnville Willamina Man Funeral services for Mxs. Mae DeJong, long-time Ball- ston resident who died Monday, Aug. 10, 1964 in a McMlnnville rest home, will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 15, at the Chapel of Macy and Son. Interment will be in Evergreen Memorial park. Mrs. DeJong was 80 years old. Born Nov. 3, 1883 atAmster- dam, Holland, she marrledDlrk (Dick) DeJong on Nov. 27, 1904. He predeceased her in 1953. The family came to the Uni- ted States and settled on their farm rmar Ballston in June of 1911. They farmed there until her husband's retirement in 1942 when they moved to Mc- Minnville. They lived there until 1951 when they moved back to the Ballston-area farm. Survivors Include three sons, Jack of Sheridan, John of Mc- Mlnnvllls and Richard of Amity; two daughters, Mrs. Nellie Zumwalt of Perrydale and Mrs. Catherine Massey of Rlckreall; a sister, Mrs. John GoaLies of Holland; 13 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren* 00811st0n Funeral services were held Monday afternoon, Aug. 10, at Adamson's Sheridan Funeral Home for long-time Wtllamina- area resident J o h n Calvin Turnidge, who died at the age of 91 in the Sheridan Convalescent Home on Friday, Aug. 7, 1964. Interment was in the family plot at the Wlllamina cemetery. Born Nov. 30, 1872 In Jop- lin, Mo., he was son of Vincent and Amanda Pennington Turn- idge. At the age of 2, he trav- eled by covered wagon with his family to California and then by boat up the Pacific Coast to Oregon. They settled on a farm onRed Prairie, near Sher- lclan. As a young man, Turnidge homesteaded a farm along the Nestucca river= He married Clara Henshaw in 1902 and they moved to Wlllamina in 1905. They had lived there most of the time since then. Survivors include his wife, Clara; four sons, Earl andYin- cent. both of Willamina, Tilman of Sebastopol, Calif. and Clar- ence of Newberg; six daughters, Mrs. Viola Hespack of Sheri- dan, Mrs. Amanda McBee and Mrs. Inez Busweil, both of Wil- lamina, Mrs. Myrtle Bolling and Mrs. Dorothy Fonts, both Well Chr' Na ed T ggl F s Rites ............... Ismafl m u e oremafl .......... The Ud I Addition to the staff at Tuggie four years duty with the U.S. moved Into their new home on He n Mac Chevrolet companyof Joe Alr Force during the Korean Corbett Acres, near Wtlla- lsman as sh p foreman has War. mins. Noyes is a retired chief Chr o_ A specialist with automotive petty officer in the Canadian Funeral services were con- been announced this week by ducted in McMinnville Tuesday Paul Tuggle, owner of the firm. engines, Chrisman has had Navy. They moved here from afternoon, Aug. 11, for long-time Sheridan resident Gaff W. Wells, who died In his sleep Thursday Aug. 6, 1964, while on a fishing trip atNimpoLake B.C. Private committal fol- lowed services at the Chapel of Macy and Son. Wells was 69. A resident of Sheridan since 1925, Wells had been manager and vice-president of the North- west Telephone company. He remained in that position until the company was sold to the Oregon Washington Telephone company. Wells was a past master of the Sheridan Masonic lodge and a past member of theAmertcan Legion post. Born at Boone, Iowa on June 2 5, 1895, Wells was son of Char- les and Alice Williams Wells. He attended school in Kings- ville, Tex. before attendinureo school in Washington, D.C. He moved to Oregon in 1916 and married Sylvia Marie Long at H111sboro on Oct. 17, 1916. During World War I, WelLs served in the submarine ser- vice. He returned to Oregon after the war. Survivors include hls wife, Sylvia of Sheridan; a son Bob, who is sheridan City Recorder; four brothers, Theodore J. Wells of Woodburn, Iris M. Wells of Fossil and Dr. Howard Wells and James Wells, both years of experience inthe field, as well as General Motors training and schooling in the Air Force on engines and main- tenance. Joe has announced Tuggie Chevrolet plans to add "another Victoria, B. C. The Noyes have a son, Duane, 15, who will be a sophomore this year at Wiliamina High school. Born tn Canada, Mrs. Noyes has 25 years experience in office work. Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, August 13, 1964 5 l..,uu,vu4mmFmr,mp  i t 836 E. MAIN SHERIDAN "QUALITY MERCHANDISE AT ECONOMY PRICES" | WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS j FOLGERS COFFEE I one or two top mechanics" Mr. and Mrs. Noyes have 20z. insl.l...D ]-2-3 77 t to the staff, as well as adding traveled extensively in the LB CANS several pieces of new equip- United States since Marchand 6 oz inslnnt...98c EACH LB. rnent to improve the quality they decided Oregon was the ...... of service to the customer In place they wanted to maketheir , ON ALL COFFEEPLUS'"40WITH IO.ooDISCOUNTGRoCERY PURCHASE ; what will become known as home. q DEL MONTE SWEETHEART  A = J an outstanding automotive shop. , qY i Chrlsmanandhlswife, Mary, Smokgy SayS. ! WIENERS  allDrugs, reside at 418 N. E. i SHOULDER ,O,STS :39(; i YamhiU street. They have one daughter, Cathy, who is six and i PORK SPECIALS! ! will be starting school next month at Faulconer Grade school. replacesagie'SnewcomeriS tlmt of Ylolette NoyeS,philtoWllllsthe area.inthe corn-She ! SHOULDER STEAKS party office as a result Of Wil- JOE }fAN lis' decision to join the Tug- I ...... ! i pY'S1961.11sgle Cvroiet sales force. Wil-A haSc__d.Officeworkedsince]lnport, in Decemberthe cam-Mrs._ l GRAPE!. . 19(: i tE"O00Sz 4 9t i. Noyes and her husband Just A natural caume for flight t '" .................... ............ On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. George Gardner visited a long- time friend, Mrs. Lori B. Moore, in Corvallis. Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrso Hugh Coffer were Mr. and Mrs Duane Voges and fam- ily of San Bruno, CaliCo George Wilson and daughter, Janice, of Hermiston were re- newing acquaintances in Ball.. ston Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Douwe Mellema called on Mrs. Daisy McCulloch and her sister, Mrs. Flo Swiggett, Wednesday afternoon, she found Mrs. McCulloch has regained some of her eye sight since her recent Cataract operation She can now see to walk in the yard and watch some television. Mrs. Swigger was suffering from a rock bruise on her wrist sustained when a rock flew up while the lawn was being mowed. Most of the Baliston 4-H Livestock Club members atten- ded the llth County falr 4-H training session held at the Polk county fairgrounds AUg. t: C_ry Kllmbi%]iilor lead- er of the Ballston Club, was one of the training instructors for "'Dairy". The club mem- bers were served a Chicken barbecue followed by a short stage program. of Port Angeles and Mrs. C-oldle of Redding, Cali; two sisters, Mendenhall of Hebo; many Mrs. MarJorte SimpsonofOdell grandchildren and great-grand- Lake and Mrs. Anna Mac Nos- children, ler of Eugene; four grandchil- dren and two great-grandchil- dren. Local Man Wins WARREN D. LITTLE Funeral services willbe con- ducted in Batavia, N. Y. this week for Warren D. Little, who died Sunday Aug. 9, 1964, at the Sheridan Convalescent home. He was 75. Born In Batavia on Feb. 28, 1889, Little was son of Henry and Eva Eldred Little. He had lived most of his life in the west, but had been a resident of convalescent homes for the past 15 years. Survivors include a brother, Raymond, of Batavia. OlnBilalilllliil New & Used GLASS insurance'bs A peclolty Mishler Wreckers Wallace Bridge Willamina 876-2432 aiiiainiiiaaioo Illlllllllallglallllllllllllgglllnglllllgllllglllglllllllllgll Willamina Test WILLAMINA  Bill Weder- quist was named the grand champion of the Willamlna Ki- wanis Club's Hole-In-One tour- nament following his winning shot In Saturday night's Tour- nament-of-Champlons. The Tournament - of - Cham- pions climaxed the week-long tourney. Wederqulst won a set of snow tires for his effort in placing the ball 21 inches from the cup. Not far away In second place was A1 Laotian with a ball 24 and one-fourth inches from the hole. Gleason Eakin nearly bettered Loudon's shot but had to settle for third place honors with one 25 and one-fourth in- hes away. Elmer Kilgore placed fourth with a shot which landed 35 and a half inches out while fifth place went to Howard Nice at 49 inches. In the Women's and Junior's division, it was Jo Ann Eakin who copped a $20 merchandise certificate for a shot whlchwas 64 and a half inches from the cup. Velda Ford was second at 84 and three-quarters inches while J Vlvian Barr took third with a shot 99 inches out. Robert Boswell, a Willamina High School sophomore, scored the tourney's only hole-in-one on Tuesday night. He was given a $25 savings bond for the fete. Just prior to the tournament of champions, Bayou Pro Bill Eggers presented a free golf clinic. Dr. Otis Barr, elmirman of the tourney, reported that the clinic was a big success. Shooters In the tourney took aim from atee located 60-yards away from the cup. Proceeds from the week-long event will go to the Kiwanis Kid's Fund which pays insur- ance for the summer baseball program, takes three busloads of youngsters to Kiwanis Kid's Day each year at Oregon State University and helps finance the Gran-Sherlmlna 4-H show each spring. Harm0ng Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fuller were Sunday evening guests of As another helpful service to Oregon's Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Harris. business community, the U. S. Bank Mrs. James Cox was hostess has originated and developed this Friday evening for a shower unique Clinic to help reduce "bad honoring Mrs. FloydRosenbalm and her new little daughter check" and other money handling Roxn* Those present for losses. The ninety-minute program in- the evening were Mrs.Rosen- balm and baby, Mrs. Will_ cludes two films, as well as a display of Rosenbalm, Mrs. Floyd Rosen------ balm, Mrs. Frank Abderhalden bogus checks and counterfeit money, and girlsl Mrs. Roy McGee and A panel of experts will also be on hand girls, Mrs. Donna Sttllwell, Mrs. Dewey Llun Mrs. Joyce to answer questions. Pamphlets on vari- ores, Mrs. AI Newby, Mrs. Don Hinds and Mrs. Larch Mar- ous aspects of money handling will be =. kee. available at no cost to those attending. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19 7:30 P.M. SHERIDAN BRANCH BUILDING 206 S. Bridge Presented as a public service by UNITIII) iTAT|t NAT|ONA tANK O! OtlmON mm .1. o.,,c .O.,LANO i m Illlgll lllllllllllll lilglllllilllllll Illlllillgllllglgglglllllllgilllllllgllllllllllllggllllllll i "2_ =-- Mrs= Mildred Morltz of Can- = by and Mrs. tester Moritz and i : children were Tuesday guests - of Mrs. Madie Hayes. n __ Mrs. Robert Westbrook and _ children, Mr. and Mrs. Otto _ Debrick and Mrs. Flay Blair were Tuesday dinner guests Of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Walker. In the afternoon, Mrs. West- brook and children and Mrs. Blair drove to Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hill were Wednesday evening guests Of Mr= and Mrs. Howard Muller. Mrs. Laura Btanchard is vis- aing this week In Mitchell with her son and daughter-in-law, Rev. and Mrs. Vance Blanchard. IF YOU HAVE BEEN THINKING OF CHANGING YOUR PRESENT HEATING SYSTEM TO SAFE. ELECTRIC HEAT- THINK FAST! Monday August 17th, is the last day PGE will pay the first $750 of the conversion cost. The balance may be financed with PGE, (on approved credit) for as long as necessary up to five years. rou may have us install whatever type of electric heat you prefer. (on this plan you own your heaters, PGE just helps you pay for them.) Families appreciate the space saving features of either wall or baseboard units. , / oLN / : .. Ie b Ifyou have any questions about the adaptability of [i  Z  your home to electric heat, or cost of installation, \\;LIR :i let us make a complete layout of your home at no ,, ....... . . \\;\-i : 1 ......... . obhatmn or cost. \\;\ Ift is not economically adviseable for you to . change your home to electric heat we'll say so. popu00a00 6adet Cadet's unique Design gives you a Combination of Radiant and Convection Heat k.) Circulation. Cadet Provides the ultimate in Comfort, Quality, Design and Safety for low colt Electrical Heating. ONLY AMERICA S FINEST BEARS THE NAME *.. 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