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Sun-Advertiser Harmony Want Ads oues, in theToivoSimon- ................. son home Tuesday were Mrs. = iB ameBean.s=...n=iem....o...enii=i.i....mmni, His ella,eous Whitlach of Aumsvllle and her C guests from England, two stu- = go BRiBeD mew . =.= niamniii= .=mumils.ii.emi=wi.=.==.= ............. dents from Wye College near GET that extra key DUPLICAT- ED today while you wait at Fancher's Paint & Hdwe.,Sher- idan, tele. Sheridan 843-4844 PIONEER CHAIN SAWS Wright chain & blades. LAWN BOY mowers, Merry Tillers. AUTHORIZED DEALER. Sher- idan Engine Works, 740 W Main, Sheridan. Tele. 843.; 6904. LAWRENCE BUR BAN K Sheridan 843-6841 THE OREGONIAN ty mail or delivered to Your Door. Roll roofing, allweights, cheap. Hundreds of used doors, win- dows, sinks, bathtubs etc. Over 10,000 used books. 5,000 pair used shoes, mattresses,daven- os, furniture, appliances, and thousands of other items. JIM'S TRADING POST One mile west of Grand Ronde Ph. 879-2389 k_ SAVE MONEY with a foodlock- er Available now at Valley Maid, Sheridan. Tele. 843-4322 McCULLOCH CHAIN SAWS Dick's Chain Saw in Willamina is the place to come for your complete sales and service. Ph. Willamina 878-2533, nights Dallas 623-2794. FOR SALE: Get your chrysan- themums now to bloom in your yard A variety of colors. Call evenings, 843-6413,Helene Harris. McCULLOCH CHAIN SAWS Saws preferred by professional cutters. Both new and used saws. Dick's Chain Saw, Wil- lamina. Ph. 876-2533, nights Dallas 623-2794. FOR SALE: Gravenstein apples. Bartlett pears 759 bu. Herman Endres, Red Prairie Rd. Ph. Sheridan 843-6622. FOR SALE: Early American Fostoria dishes, plates, cups, saucers. Also, apricot baller- ina length formal, size 12, worn 3 times. Ph. Sheridan 843- 6381. BRING your dolls to 634 E. Main for clothes made to or- der for Christmas gifts or any occasion. Ph. Sheridan 843. 2155. SPINET PIANO. Will sacrifice to responsible party in this area. Cash or terms. Also ELEC. ORGAN. Write or phone 363-5707, Adjuster, Tallman Piano Stores, Inc., Salem, Ore. WANTED: Piano students. Good location. Ph. Sheridan 843-3504 LARGE envelopes, small enve- lopes, from 12x15 1/2 inches down to Coin size Sheridan sun. Die ira imBiBe , woo =o waow w Notices ww w w i, wwmmlw mlm m im m mmm NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Pursuant to the laws of the State of Oregon and with spec- ific reference to ORS 215.060 and ORS 215.104, notice is here- by given that the Yamhlll Coun- ty Planning Commission will hold a Public Hearing on Oc- tober 15, 1964 at 7:00 P.M. in the Court House at McMlnn- ville, Oregon, to consider the matter of recommending the adoption of Interim Zoning for certain areas around the per- imeters of the following Yam- hill County Cities: - Amity, Carlton, Dayton, Dundee, La- fayette, Sheridan, Wiliamina and Yamhill Exhibit Maps indicating the areas to be in- cluded in the proposed zones are on file and may be ex- amined in the office of the Coun- ty Surveyor at McMinnvilleo H. E. Cox, Yamhill County Surveyor. I0 oz. instant $1.39 HI-WAY MARKET BUILDER'S BARGAINS Nails, 85 kinds, $8.95 up 235 lb 15 yr comp roof $8.35 Painted shakes w/under $lL95 52 gal. water heaters $46.95 Plasterbd $1.39, 1.65/1.95 Patio Drs. $64,50 w/screen Alum Windows w/screen $9.45 up 3/8 4x8 particle board $1.69 5/8 4x8 particle bd. $2.45 Genuine FORMICA 59 sq fl 4" cast iron sell pipe 69 fl 1 1/2" galv pipe 21' @30 ft Fresh cement per sack $1.45 Birch 3/4 4x8 "A" 2S $1216 TAPPAN ovens & ranges SPECIAL All sizes wire & elec. supply Exterior Shop Sheathing 4=8 5/16"-$1.85 3/8"-$1.95 V2,.$z.65 5/8"-8" -$s.oo Fiem Fence $ll.95 & $12.95 100(Fs Cdr. Posts 7', 8' Steel Posts 69 to 89 Polyfflm 4'-40' wide I fl Septic tanks $44.50, $59.50 Galv Gutter 10% 20' @ 13 fl C. G. LONG & SONS Open 8 to 6--6 days Ph. Salem 364-0161 PUBLIC NOTICES OFFERED As a service to organiza- tions, churches, schools and fraternal organizations the St, publishes notices of their fund raising events on 4he front page in bold face type with a small charge. For sometime some of the organizations have been turning in the publicity as news to be printed in the commun- ity calendar without charge. The public notices will be lim.. ted to the use of churches, schools and organizations. iii.= =i=iii=i.i Legal Notices =mmi=l-:mmm=milwmmli=lilmiml, STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP MANAGEMENT AND CIRCU- LATION (act of October 23, 1962; Section 4369, Title 39, United States Code) I. Date of filing: September 25, 1964. 2. Title of Publication: Sher- idan Sun. 3. Frequency of Issue: Week- ly. 4. Location of Known Office of Publication: 128 S. E. Har- ney street, Sheridan, Yamhill, Oregon, 97378. 5. Location of the Headquar- ters or General Business Of- fices of the Publisher: 128 S.E. Harney street, Sheridan, Yam- hill, Oregon, 97378. 6. Names and Address of Publisher, Editor and Manag- ing Editor: William L. Bla- dine, 635 N. E. Center, Sher- idan, Oregon. 7. Owner : News-Reglster Publishing Co., P. O. Box 510, McMinnville, Oregon| Ted M. Brammer, Nyssa, Oregon. 8. Known Bondholders, Mor- tgagees and other Security Hol- ders owning or holding l per cent or more of Total Amount of Bonds, Mortgages or Other Securities: None. 10. This item must be com- pleted for all Publications ex- cept those which do not carry advertising other than the pub- lisher's own and which are named in sections 132.231, 132. 232 and 132.233, Postal Manual (Sections 4355a, 4355b and 4356 of Title 39, United States Code). A. Total No. Copies Printed (let Press Run) - Average No. Copies Each Issue During Pre- ceding 12 Months: I000. Single Issue Nearest to Filing Date: 1000. B. Paid Circulation - 1. To Term Subscribers by Mail Carrier Deliver or By Other Means - Average No. Copies Each Issue During Pre- ceding 12 Months: 716. Single Issue Nearest To Fling Date: 716. 2. Sales Through Agents, News Dealers, Or Otherwise- Average No. Copies Each Issue During Preceding 12 Months: 240. Single Issue Nearest To Filing Date: 240. C Free Distribution (includ- ing samples) By Mail, Carrier Delivery, Or By Other Means- Average No. Copies Each Is- sue During Preceding 12 Months: 5 Single Issue Near- est To Filing Date: 0. D. Total No. Of Copies Dis- tributed (Sum of lines BI, B2 and C) - Average No. Copies Each Issue During Preceding 12 Months: 956. Single Issue Nearest To Filing Date: 956. I certify that the statements made by me above are correct London, Mary Bines and Brl2n Harrison, who have spent some time with the Whitlach family observing the agriculture ways of our country. Mrs. Glenn Hill visited Wed- nesday with her mother, Mrs. Henry Fast at Salt Creek and on Thursday she spent the day with her daughter, Mrs.Richard Brown, near Fort Hill. Dan Clore joined a group of local students who are com- muting to Monmouth and attend- lng school at OCE this winter. Mrs. Kenneth Shenk spent the day Wednesday in Dallas as the guest of Mrs. David Schult z. Mr. and Mrs. John Veach visited in the Hugh Veach home Saturday and Sunday. Also on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Veach flew in from Scappoose and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Evers and family and Mrs. Lester Merit z and children were guests. W. P. Harris returned home Saturday evening from a trip to Minneapolis to visit a broth- er who has been ill for some time, but Mr. Harris found him able to he up and about and in much better health than he has been for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Loclmer celebrated their 24th wedding anniversary Sunday at dinner in Salem. Their guests were their children, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lochner and son, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Headrick, Vern and Nickie and Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Minion and daughter of McMinn- ville. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Buell and Mrs. Laura Blanchard drove to Marys Corner, Wash. Sunday, where they met Mr. and Mrs. Roy Buell of Seattle for dinner and a visit. Douglas Hill and Garry New- ell were Friday evening guests of Doug's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hill, and attended the high school football game. Douglas is teaching in the elec- trical engineering department at Oregon State this winter and wrking on his masters degree. Mr. and Mrs. John Matthews of Newport were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.P. C1ore. Victor Reed In Training VICTOR REED SAN ANTONIO, Tex. - Air- man Victor E. Reed, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Reed of Rt. l, Sheridan, has completed th, first phase of his AirForce basic military trainingat Lack- land AFB, Tex. Airman Reed has .been se- lected for technical training as a supply specialist at the Air Training Commnd (ATC) school at Amarillo AFB, Tex. His new unit is part of the vast ATC system which trains air- men and officers in th:: diverse skills required by the nation's aerospace force. A graduate of Wiliamina High school, he attended Oregon Col- lege :f Education. Alaskan Trip PSF Program Program for the regular Fri- day meeting of Phil Sheridan Fellowship members will in- 836 E. Main Sheridan and complete clude pictures of an Alaskan -------. .......... WILLIAM L. BLADINE trip, via the inland waterway, shown by Earl Nott of McMlun- l i BECAUSE OF DEER & ELK i I v00n- according to President Bessie Wirfs. A Fellowship business meeting is slated for l i HUNTING SEASONS i I l:3p'm''fnwedbythepr'gram. Crafts and games are sch- I i WE WILL BE i I eduledduringthemrningses'sion. At the Fellowship Fair event I CLOSE o I last Friday rere L ................................... j sons were listed as visitors to take part in a brunch served | IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN A CAR, JUST GIVE | at the meeting and to view and | ME A COLLECT CALL AT NEWBERG JE 8-2171 | buy fresh garden produce, myrtlewood items, paintings | (BUSINESS) OR DAYTON 864-3585 (RESIDENCE) | and other Fellowship handi- | AND I'LL COME "ON THE RUN" TO GIVE YOU | crafts on display. Mrs. Wirfs ANY ASSISTANCE POSSIBLE. [ issued a public "thank yoU"for ............... i| i ilil   [ the interest shown in the event.' theDUringmeetingthe morning session oflast Friday more m PH. 876-2203 W. MAIN WILLAMIN,A! thana glaucoma60 persOnSscreeningprogram.participated in The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, October I, 1964 , 5 THE SUN is an ideLl gift any libtaeJmddamnideae'td week in the year for the boy in service, friend or relative who formerly lived in the Phil Sheridan Country, or for the next door neighbor. Call .er- idau 843.-2312 AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY Ruth Talbot ..... .President Callis Heider .... Secretary Visiting members Welcome Meets 2nd and 4th Mondays ms New & Used GLASS "insurance Jobs A Specialty Mishler Wreckers Wallace Bridge Willamina 876-2432 ,mmmmmmmmmmmmmtm Build community payrolls by spending your retail dollars at home. OFFICERS of the Oregon Turkey Improve- ment association for the coming year are shown during the association's 25th annual meeting at Oregon State University. Dir- ectors , (back left to right) are Wally Saw- tell, Molalla; Cliff Wrolstad, Molalla; Lloyd Churches, Monmouth, and A. C. Camp, Sher- rmj mamum nmnmamlmwm,f JImumlmIHfm' SPORTSMEN SPECIALS i Ellingsworth Super Market dan. Seated are Ray Thompson, Ellsworth, Iowa, National Turkey Federation president, who spoke at the meeting; Bill Scott, Rose- burg, out-going president; Harvey Stoller, Dayton, new president, and N. L. Bennion, OSU extension poultry specialist and as- sociation secretary. NEW STOCK small and large color signs. They give the mes4 sage boldly. Some of the signst Apt. for Rent, Closed, For Rent, For Sale, House For Rent, No inting,/No Smoking, No Tres- passing, No Parking, No Pets Sheridan Sun.  WRITE-IN AMERON PEARSON OR STATE REPRESENTATIVE Y AMHILL COUNTY Pd. Pol. Ad., NardMcGrath, 1000 Hancock, Newberg WEEKEND SPECIALS CX::T. 2, 3 &4at SPEC'S GROCERY GRAND RONDE "WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS" CARNATION GIANT VEL 69 c FOR THE HUNTERS MA/ESTY Reg. 75 BACON 65 c NOW RED HUNTING CAPS 51oo RE SIffrANT SNODRIFT 3 LBS. GOOD A$ 65 c ALL SIZES i 6 OZ. INSTANT 99 c The Savings Plan that Reall3 Works! (The automatic savings plan for busy SURE-SAVE is purposely designed to help you get ahead financially Whatever your goal .. a new car, expenses for education, travel, or cash for business opportunities., money saved regularly and systemat- ically can help you achieve that goal more quickly HERE'S HOW SURE-SAVE WORKS: O You decide on a definite amount of money you'd like to put in your savings account each month (enough to thrive but not deprive) We will transfer funds automatically from your checking account to your savings on the same date each month Choose the day most convenient for yourself O You deduct the same amount in your checkbook each month Your monthly statement will also record each transfer SURE-SAVE HAS MANY ADVANTAGES: Eliminates "forgetting" to add to your savings. We do the "remembering" for you automatically. Saves time as well as money-no special trips to the bank. No checks to write to cover transfer of money. Inexpensive. Just the usual per item checking account charge. Dependable bank interest paid on your savings, compounded quarterly. If the first of the month falls on Saturday, Sunday or a holiday, you receive interest from the first. Available for both regular and special checking accounts. You may make additional deposits at any time. Your plan can be started, changed or stopped at any time And your money is always available for immediate use. SHERIDAN BRANCH m J't I -- R Oct= lO receive interest .=an o,,, ,o.,.,o