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WAY DRIVE-IN THEATRE $1.00 PER CAR Phone 843-6186 Thurs-Fri- Aug. 20-21 Rock Hudson in 'GATHERING OF EAGLES' -PLUS- John Wagne-Rick Nelson "RIO-BRAVO" SAT.-SUN-AUG. 22-23 Triple Horror Show- 1. Teenage Caveman 2. Teenage Werewolf 3. Teenage Frankenstein II Ballston from his mill work two days as the result of blood poison- home. Mrso Harrison ls the for- ing, caused by a splinter in met Lillian Riggs, who grew his foot. up in Ballston and attended school here Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wood- burn of Seattle brought her Wanda Hill of Sheridan spent Saturday night with her grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Brooks. AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Clark, home Saturday evening, after Mr. and Mrs. Clark had spent a week at the Woodburn home. The Woodburns remain- ed over night at the Clark home. Lily Stths ....... .President Mrs. Florence Hamilton vis- Callie Heider .... Secretary Red a few days recently at the home of her sister, Mr and Visiting members Welcome Mrs. Lloyd Newbill at Willa- Meets 2nd and 4th Mondays minn. SAVING TAUGHT EARLY WILL REPAY YOUR YOUNGSTERS MANY TIMES OVER IN THE FUTURE GET YOUR YOUNGSTERS STARTED TODAY WITH U.S. NATIONAL IN THE SAVINGS ACCOUNT HABIT-THEIR ACCOUNTS WILL GROW RAPIDLY, WITH SMALL, REGULAR DEPOSITS. CHILDREN LEARN THE VALUE OF MONEY AND WHEN THEY WISH TO BUY SOMETHING THEY'LL BE ABLE TO HELP MAKE THE PURCHASE, THUS TAKIN0 GREATER PRIDE IN THEIR BELONGINGS. ,..ES One _._tn- " "' " " COMPOUNDQUARTE.LY p banking 3ervlce I1 Checking I loans I Bank By Mail Regular and | For any I We a osta worthwhile P y p g Jt Spec'aJ A.ccuntsl purpose-Low  Both ways s. m i IjL-AI .onvenlence j Rates | U.S. National Bank of OREGON 206 S. Bridge SHERIDAN BRANCH 843-2332 I III \\; In the 1840's and 'G0's, Marked History on Register Cliff! Oregon Trail Travelers left a mark on history in carving their names on famous Register Cliff, Guernsey, Wyoming. Scratching their names recorded a happy milestone. They were more than one-third of the way to Oregon City, Oregon. They had come 700 miles from the Westport Land- ing starting point.., now Kansas City, Missouri. During the move westward, the homesteaders wore down a road 6 to 8 feet below the surrounding countryside. Some pushed handcarts. Others rode in wagons. And great numbers simply walked. Their determined footsteps pounded a third deep rut near those of the wagon wheels. Traces of the Oregon Trail still exist today as poignant reminders of these adven- turous pioneers. United Telephone Company of the West is proud and privileged to serve much of the territory traversed by the Oregon Trail. United Telephone Company of the West is a member of the United Telephone System, operated by United Utilities, Incorpo- rated, a Telephone Utility Holding Company, own- ing . . . New Jersey Telephone Company, United Telephone Company of New Jersey, The United Telephone Company of Pennsylvania, United Tele- phone Company of Indiana, Inc., Ohio Telephone Service Company, United Telephone Company of the Carolinas, Inc., United Telephone Company of Missouri, United Telephone Company of Kansas, Inc., United Telephone Company of Arkansas, United Telephone Company of Iowa, United Tele- phone Company of the West, Oregon Washington iTelephone Company, California Oregon Telephone Company, Lincoln Tillamook Telephone Company, and The Central Kansas Power Company. OREGON- WASHI N GT ON TELEPHONE C0. A MEMBER OF THE UNITED TELEPHONE SYSTEM THIS SHERIDAN youngster, Margaret Brudnok, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brudnok of 137 S. W. Madison street, got the thrill of her young life last Saturday when she met James Drury, television's The Virginian, at the Santiam Bean Festival. The television star's family lives in Santiam. Miss Brudnok was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Minden of Sublimity, who invited several friends to a reception given in honor of Drury. The Virginian's entire family attended the event. Margaret's comment about Drury? "Oh, he's wonderful," and she's due back, from '+Cloud 9" any day now. Sheridan 0olf League By DAVE YODER STANDINGS, AUG. 16 FIRST FLIGHT W. L. T. PTS. I. Lundholm 7 4 1 15 3" Dfllin 7 5 0 14 B. Wederquist 6 6 0 12 N. Agee I4. Burdg 4 8 0 8 SE GDND FLIGHT B. Hays 4  15 L. Schroeder 67 4 . W. Oglevie 6 5 0 E. Heilinger 5 5 2 12 J. Chrisman 4 5 2 i0 F Hultt ...... 3 8 O +-6 THIRD FLIGHT D. Bockes 10 4 2 22 K. Johnson 9 6 1 19 G. McMahfll 8 5 2 18 M. Agee 8 / 1 1'/ B. Wells 7 6 2 16 D. Yoder 7 7 2 16 T. Williams 6 9 1 13 A. Heber t 2 13 t 5 Junior 0olf League Ha By DAVE YODER STANDINGS, AUG. 16 FIRST FLIGHT J. Wells NL Bockes D. Ivie M. Ivie E. Hebert G Hays S Agee SECOND FLIGHT S Bockes E. Davenport Tim Hays J. Yoder Tom Hays K. Miller I ii Mr. and Mrs. Norman Berg- gren and daughter of Newberg were Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Veach. W. L. To PTS. 6 1 0 12 3 3 1 q 3 1 0 6 3 1 0 6 2 2 0 4 1 5 1 3 1 6 0 2 3 1 2 8 3 i 1 7 2 2 1 5 2 3 1 5 2 3 0 4 I 3 1 3 rmony .................. ZZn:;;::;;:;L::: Mrs. Laura Blanchard and Mrs Vance Blanchard attended the Buell family reunion at Armi- tag Park Saturday. More than 70 members were present. a.Br B Al*dl' m SHERIDAN "'QUALITY MERCHANDISE AT ECONOMY PRICES" WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS , FOLGERS COFFEE 20Z. instant ...39, 49 6 oz. inslanl... 98c WITH 10.00 GROCERY PURCHASE SUMMER SPECIALS 4 00oS.l DAYS: 4 c,. s.::u::;"';NA Sl 46 OZ HALEYS GRAPE SIZE HAKI:YS +ORANGE S 100 PinTS CARNATION ICE CREAM St Blue Bell 4 PAK CHIPS ,EO., 69 c /%__ _J r) _ _J _ The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan. Ores, on, Thursday, August Z0, 1964 5 arans n0nae ., , . .. GRAND RONDE - Mr. and s   o+oom o, ooo roans Act0n The.....Public Ronde celebrated their 18th p ... we,,=re wedding anniversary with a 12r/.%|Ir%n.f% l,,irr% 111111.1 party Saturday night. //t,,,Vl I t,O lilt5 Guests at the event were Quest,on Mr. and Mrs. William Holson- a  back, Mr. and Mrs JohnPur-In [-nroet/lr: 1F l ONTRI.E TO dora, Mr. and Mrs. CliffErick-  %-% l[/qU MOTHER'S SUPPORT WILL son, Mr. md Mrs. Fred Lock- wood, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Reibach, Mr. and Mrs. Don Weber and Mr. and Mrs. James Reid, all of Grand Ronde. The date was also the 12th wedding anniversary of the John Purdoms and the birthday an- niversary of Mrs. Holsonback and Mrs Erickson. Ballston Visiting Saturday afternoon at the Russell and Elsie Tay- lor home were Mrs. David Smithfaun of Haviland, Kan., her son, Charleton, from Greeuleaf, Idaho, and his son, Kenneth, from West Salem. Churlton received his mas- ters degree from Linfield col- lege and is now a principal in Caldwell, Idaho. Kentaches at Cascade High school in Mar- ion County Mrs. Smitherman and Elsie Taylor were school mates in Kansas. Mrs. Hugh Coffer is in San Francisco for specialized iImd- ical treatment. Mrs. Sue Frank and children of Long Beach, Calif., are vis- iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert. Meeting Called Quarterly meeting of the Yamhfll County Migrant Min- istry association will be held at the McMinnville First Bap- tist church Monday, Aug. 24, at 7:30 p.m Allinterestedper- sons are urged to attend. IIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllli GRAND RONDE I II Quick thinking and prompt action of Wade Crook of Portland prob- ably averted a disasterous for- est fire Aug. 6, around noon, on Highway 22, northwest of Grand Ronde. Crook was following a camp- er toward the coast when he saw a cigarette flipped out. Fire spread immediately in the dry grass toward the brush and timber on the Lee Doss Horse Ranch. Crook tried to beat the flames out with his jacket, but could not, so drove to a near- by house and turned in the alarm. He was joined by Gary Barnes of Astoria, who used a blanket to help keep the fire from the timber. They were soon join- ed by the crew from Grand Ronde Forestry Guard Station and Willamina Volunteer Fire department who quickly had the fire under control. TIIE MONEY BE TAKEN OUT OF HER ASSISTANCE GRANT? All income available to any assistance recipient, including contributions from relatives, must be taken into account in determining the amount of an assistance grant. However, in situations where, because of lack of funds, the agency is not able to pay the full amount of the standard welfare fee for some items, such as medical care, relatives may, if they wish, make up the difference up to I00% of the welfare stan- dard. DO WELFARE RECIPIENTS GET ANY HELP IN BUDGET- ING THEIR MONEY? 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