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kt )1111 dau :al ,adl ,e ] Sh, t tb n wt tm ntl', N ddJ Sheridan Briefs The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, October 22', 1964 5 Su a-Advertiser Want Ads John Funk. Harold Ade Pelzer, Kenneth Robert Guttry and Holmes enjoyed potluck with Mrs. Frank former Sheridan res- in Forest Grove Tues- and Mrs. Stanley Swart- and family were Sun- dinner Jests of the Bob family. Mrs. Howard Nice and Doug Mrs. Paul Kilmer andMrs. Swartzentruber and Jeff Sited their niece Karlene Wol- Oregon Medical School )ital Wednesday and were guests at the Bud Miller in Lake Oswego. Those from Sheridan attend- I the potluck birthday dinner Creswell Sunday for Mrs. Berkev were Mr. and Mrs. D w- M olfer, r. and Mrs. Yoder and family, Mr. Mrs. Alvin Miller and faro- Mr. and Mrs. Roman Yo- and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kilmer and family, Mrs. Mishler and Mr. and Mrs. Yoder and family. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Wolfer -=re guests Sunday evening and of their son. Mr and Ken Wolfer and son of Peter Licalsi of Tanginyaka, Africa, a student at West- Mennonite school at Salem a weekend guest of the How- Nice family. Visiting Sun- afternoon was Mel Miller go. Mrs. Melvin Mishler has been her daughter and tam- Mr. and Mrs. A1 Berkey, past week in Creswell. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer MeT,m- visited their son and ly, Mr. and Mrs. Berle of Grants Pass, the weekend. Mrs. Howard Nice, Mrs. Carl and Marlys, Mr. and Mrs. Kilmer, Mr. and Mrs. G. Walter, drove to Hubbard evening, where they guests at the wedding of cousin, Mariiyn Emmert Bond. The Rev. Ray Mishler left train from Portland Thurs- morning for Nebraska, he will be conducting a of meetings in several He expects to be several weeks [r. and Mrs. !Leroy Chupp family visited in Salem evening with Mr. and Marvin Berkey and fam- e. iesMake Puzzles making picture puzzles picture scrapbooks for a ' orphanage are 18 roam- s of Sheridan Brownie Troop during the weekly Wednes- meetings at the Methodist rch. Their project ties in with by the Buell to supply clothing and items for orphan Korean Officers elected in the troop the next two months are Hamilton, president; Jan vice-president; Laurie bridge, secretary and Smith, treasurer. Mrs. Owens is the leader of e troop. Girls in the troop are Laurie Jan Cox, Yvonne Dlantha Calhoun, Mary Clark, Carmen Crulck- Teresa Everett, Leta Betty Hamilton, Lynn Becky Smith, Joann Debbie Mullins, Karen Pattl Owens, Roxanne .,Toni Huntley and Stuck. Games were played and songs using balloons. Girls learned the Brownie ws on the LIC RECORDS MUNICIPAL COURT Robert L. Randis, 23, Rt. WHlamlna, inadequate muf- $5. Calvin D. Ki,her, 1% 631 S.W. street, failure to stop, BRIDGE SLIDES DUE ?all meeting of the North Historical society will held Sunday at the Masonic in Taft. A potluck will at 12:30. A collection of 80 slides of covered bridges in Lincoln and other parts of Ore- be shown. g Skill By Boy GRAND RONDE--Mrs. Arthur received word that her Michael Davis of Pass, had a very unusu- Saturday, Oct. 10. family and a group of were deer hunting when shot a bear, only wounding but his brother, Kenneth, finished it off with a well shot. The bear, a big weighed 300 pounds. That before the birthday the youngsters were out the house on a short when Mike shot a 4-point should have been enough boy, but on the hunt the Mike bagged hls first Mrs. Dean Holmes spent Sat- urday and Sunday in Condonwith her husband, Dean, who is em- ployed there as news editor of the Condon Globe Times. The Fossil Journal is also printed there each week. Dean com- mutes home each weekend. The three children of Mrs. Lois Posey underwent tonsil- lectomies at the McMinnville hospital last week and are getting along nicely. Mrs. Wayne Sparks is in Missouri visiting relatives and friends for two weeks. She made the trip by plane. Dennis Marceaux andhis bro- ther, Larry, of Scappoose vis- Ited in Sheridan over the week- end. Larry stayed at the Ira Rogers home and went deer hunting with Ira. Link Spooner spent theweek- end ha Eugene as a guest of Ran Jones at his fraternity. The boys enjoyed the Arizona- Oregon football game there Saturday. Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Perry were in Eugene Saturday where he attended theArtzona-Oregon football game and Mrs. Perry visited with relatives. Other spectators from Sheridan at- tending the game were Ed Ban- man, Jim McCoy and Fred Spooner. Mrs. Douglas Blair and family of Monmouth, with the exception of son Billy, who was attending Scout camp, spent Sunday with Mrs. Blair's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Coon. They were returning from Portland airport where they had taken Mr. Blair, who left on a business trip to Texas and points east and north. Circle 2 of the Methodist church met at the home of Mrs. Clifford Coon Wednesday, Oct. 14, with 12 members present. The group sang "Happy Birth- day" to circle chairman, Mrs. O. R. Dale and plans for the annual bazaar were discussed. Doll clothes were displayed. Kathy Carcuff entertained Connie Hinds, Connie Nisly, Ltnda Newton mad Janet Mauer Friday night at a slmnberparty held in the Carcuff barn, allow- ing the parents "peace and quiet," Barbara Carcuff of Portland spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Car- cuff and sister, Kathy. Gopher Valley 4-H club, as a group, attended the Pacific haternational livestock show in Portland Saharday. Gene Grauer is leader of the club / A PHIL SHERIDAN Country visitor Tuesday was Wendell Wyatt, Republican candidate for representative from the first district in Oregon. He was named to seek Rep. Walter Willamina Man Gets Promotion ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. - Richard C. Houston, aviation machinist's mate third class, USCG, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Huston of Rt. 1, Willa- Norblad's post after Norblad's death a few weeks ago. Wyatt is shown chatting with Dave Robertson at Agee's Marketeria. (Sun Photo 35O) Local Sailor In Exercise USS WEXFORD COUNTY - as the marine amphibious force Roy C. Billington, electronics and helicopter units commence technician third class, USN, their beach assault. son of Mr. and Mrs. Arvls L. Billington of Sheridan, partici- pated in a Navy-Marine Corps amphibious warfare training exercise called 'q-lard Nose" at Camp Pendleton, Cahf., Oct. 6-17, while serving aboard the tank landing ship USS Wexford County. The operation will test the flexibility of 11,000 Marines in an amphibious landing. They will be deployed in 39 ships mannea by over 8000 Navy- men. The scene of the exercise is a hypothetical group of "native villages'. As they are attack- ed by a 2000 man "aggres- sor" force, a Marine Landing Team will practice counter- guerilla warfare and help re- store law and order. American "citizens" will be evacuated: then the llth Marine Expedition- ary Battallon will prepare to land. Naval forces at sea will be opposed by "enemy" submar- ines and air attacks. The land- ing movements will be met with "aggressor" type action, mmmmmmmmmmRimmmumwlimmmmmmm HARMONY . mmummm.mmmllmommmmmmmmmmmmmmmm| Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Lochner wereWes- lay Lochner, Mrs. Irene Wol- fer and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hamilton of Albany and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Headrick and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lochner and son of Salem. mina, recently was promoted to his present rate on graduation from Aviation Machinist's Mate School at the Aircraft Repair and Supply Center, Elizabeth City, N. C. A Coast Guard aviation ma- chinist's mate is qualified to inspect and maintain aircraft engines, prepare aircraft for flight and conduct periodic air- craft maintenance inspections. "ll'llllllml mlml.i m..llllllllllmmlllml.llllll.lllil.....l= m i lll .mll.. ..1.1.1..lll.l Im llllllll. li lm ill II l e m IIll llllilil milll FOR SALE: Handmade all silk quilt. Foam rubber filled $25. Ph. Sheridan 843-4561. DUTSIDE paint $2.50 gal. & up; super latex $.95 gal; li- noleum rugs 9xlZ $5.95, 12x18 $9.95, 12x15 $11.95. Barga, Mart N. 99W, McM. in the Big Barn. Deposits Total , ............ 'Cited. At Bank i MJB COFFEE l A deposit total of $3,746, I 1 LB. 2 LB. 3 LB. I 274.19 has been listed by Man- " ager Art Hebert at theShertdan 79 ! c PER LB I Branch of the U. S. National Bank of Oregon. In giving the i ] Oct. 1 figures, Hebert said the bank also has loans ,and dis- i ,0 oz INSTANT $1 a9 i Hebert reported that the U.S. National's system of banks re- i l; GRAND RONDE I corded an all-time high in both deposits and total resources : ............ SHOPPING CENTER | as of OCt. I. I Hunters.Sportsmen" BEWARE! Your right to bear arms will be seriously endangered if a Demo- cratic Congress pushes through its proposed program. Federal registration of firearms would put hunters and sportsmen under day-to-day control of Washington bureaucrats Don't let this hap- pen! Elect a man who will fight for YOU. O O to represent ...... ...... Imlllll ii lu lit nl ill ilillilllllO i SEWING and ALTERATION done in my home. Jean Brown 416 NE Center. Ph. Sheridan 843-6674. ii Wanted mm m=mmmmmmuimmmm WANTED TO RENT: House, furnished or unfurnished. Ph. Sheridan 843-4152 Friday and Saturday after 6:00 p.m. = = Legal Notices ,llm llli t tllll ll, NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT Notice is hereby given that the undersigneds, as the exec- utrices of the estate of FRAN- CES DUERST, deceased, have filed their final account in the District Court of the State of Oregon for Yamhill County and that Monday the 23rd day of November, 1964 at the hour of 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon ,of said day and the court room of said court have been appoint- ed by said court as the time and place for the hearing of objections thereto and the set- tlement thereof. Dated and first published October 22, 1964. Date of last publication No- vember 12, 1964. ANNA MARGARET LADD FRANCES DUERST Executrices HAROLD R. FULLER Attorney for the Estate Sheridan, Oregon Heating-Gutters Oil and Water Tanks k Home Ph. 8-6938 Shop Ph. 843-4763 Ivie Hdw. Bldg.-Sheridan Ballston .... 00.oo, ............................. was 18-13 in tavor of Hope- well. A game at Perrydale Friday afternoon was postponed be- cause of a wet field In the upper room a special meeting was held to plan a Halloween party. On the decorating committee areGret- chert DeJong* Iacque 'Nan, Stvan DeJong and Bob Her- bert; Games, Mr. Edens, Don Moon, Bobby Kadell and Mike Fanning. A new rule was made to charge one cent per day on overdue library books. The intermediate grades elected officers for the sec- ond six weeks period. They are: president, Eileen Fan- nlng; vice-president, Marflyn Lenz; secretary, Shelley Rus- sell; Sgt. at Arms, Dale Moon. They also made posters in art to advertise the community turkey dinner Oct. 31. All grades, third through the eighth, worked on the posters, making a total of 24. Baliston Yellow Jackets played football against Hope- well Wednesday afternoon on the Hopewe11 field. The score Sunday guests of Mr. and .,.,.,.,,..,.wm,,,,..,....,.,,-=- .............. .... ....,..,.......,,,,.,.,=.,. Mrs.Mrs" Hugh Veach wereMr, andNorman Berggren and INSURANCE PROBLEMS. daughter of Newberg, Mrs. Vic- tor Berggren of Portland, Mr. We (:an Help You With Them and Mrs. Gordon Cooke and family of Fort Hill, Mr. and r m ke i life Fi Autemnhil Mrs. Truman Veach of Seep omvre,,ns,ve--... -- ..r,-__...__... poose and Nancy McKibben. Hearth & kcctdent- In,ante Larry Hayes of Tillamook visited several days last week with h is grandmother, Mrs. Madie Hayes. A, A. Wren and Flay Blair were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs Laurence Wren and faro- fly of Corvallis. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Baird and family were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hub- bard, of Wtllamina when Mrs. Hubbard honored Virginia Baird with a birthday dinner. Chapman Girls. Start Project Chapman second grade Brownies met Tuesday, Oct. 6, at the school and made scissor holders. They also started learning the Brownie Scout pledge and song. Girls in attendance were Melinda DeHart, Sue LeRoy, Julia Posey, Laurel Wolfr, Kendra Graham and Diane Taylor. Mrs. Wayne LaRoy and Mrs. Ken Graham are leaders. IDlitlMlittlttDi New & Used GLASS ,nsurance Jobs A Specialty Mishler Wreckers Wyatt for Congress Committee, 176 Liberty S.E., Salem, Ore. Howell Appling, Jr., Chairman . mmommmmmmmmmmmmm SACKETT & WRIGHT INSURANC[ 142 S. BRIDGE 843-4712 t la o oll oaa.. mtzmt iiQo lmij in m miz malmm mit mttmmo i oltit_ . . i I ELECT HAROLD LEWIS Prove Man o( ACTION YamMll Count}, Representative for State Legislature 0 Stcemfl bumlnaumen (12 yeen perleel lnmurence; current oc- cupation) $cceufl Ywmhill County Fair manager (7 yeers: curro,t manager) hemdhd educator (9 yearn.. 6 el Dayton FFA inatructor) Harold Lewis wants to be your representative in the State Legislature He represents a broad section of the citizenry oF Yamhill county and he promotes action, Paid political advertisement by Committee for Harold Lewis for Ropeante- Siva, Bill Maxwell, chairman, 623 N. Evans, McMinnville, Oregon. Wallace Bridge' Wi I I amin a 876-2432 Miscellaneous FALL BARGAINS LOOK and SEE how easy it is Galv. Gutter 10', 20' @13 ft. 30" Mahog. Doors @ $4.95 Nails, per 100 lbs $8.95 up 235 lb 15 yr. camp roof $8.35 Roll Roof. $2.65 to $3.95 Cdr. Roof Shakes $16.00 sq Cdr Shingles $8.75, $13.75 #1 Fiberglass Panel @ 18 1/2eft Fresh Cement per sack $1.45 Polyftlm 4' - 40' wide 1 sq ft Reinforce rod 20' 60 $1.08 52 gel 10 yr Wtr Heater $46.95 Plastic Pipe 3/4 5, 1" 71,/2 ft Galv pipe 1 1/2 " 21' @ 309ft 4" cast soil pipe @ 699 ft 4" orangburg pipe 28, 32 t Dble Kit. Sink complete $39.95 Quality Toilets w/seat $26.95 5' bathtub w/trim $54.95 20x18 washbasin w/trim $19.50 Septic tanks $44.50, $59.50 Fireplace Units, damaged $47.50 100's Alum Windows w/screens Patio Drs w/screens $64.50 up Garage Drs build your own, Plywd plus Hardware $27.40 Self-Storing Storm Drs $27.95 Exterior Shop Plywd Sheathing. 1/2 .... $2.65 5/8"--$3.00 5/16" $1.85 3/8"--$1.95 Particle Bd $1.69 2.25, 2.45 Painted Shakes w/under $11.95 10 *' bevel Redwd Sld. $169 M 3,/4 a *A" Birch 4xSplywd $12.16 Prefin. Panels 10 kinds CHEAP Fir Plywd 1/4 thru 3/4 CHEAP 200 amp Meter Bases $8.95 200 amp Range Panels $20. up All sizes, all type wire CHEAP TAPPAN oven & range $151.95 Loose, Blanket insulation CHEAP Field Fence $11.50, $11.75 Paint gallon $2.15 to $4.95 Plasterbd $1.39, 1.65, 1.95 C. G. Long & Sons 364-0161 - Salem Roll roofing, all welghts, cheap. Hundreds of used doors, win- dows, sinks, bathtubs etc. Over I0,000 used books. 5,000 pair used shoes, mattresses,dave- s, furniture, appliances, and thousands of other items. JIM'S TRADING POST One mile west of Grand Rend Ph. 879-2389 McCULLOCH CHAIN SAWS" Dick's Chain Saw in Willamina is the place to come for your complete sales and service. Ph. Wlllamlna 876-2533, ntghts Dallas 623-2794. FOR SAIA: Get your chrysan- themums ow m bloom  your yard. A variety of colors. Call evealns, 843-i13.Helene Harris. SAVE MONEY with a fo0dlol. !r Available .now at Valley iMald, Sheridan. Tele. 843-432 to pick up your leaves by a machine instead of raking by hand. Demonstrated at Sheri- dan Engine Works, 740 West Main. Tale. 843-6904. FOR SALE: U-Pick winter ap- pies. 75 box. No calls be- tween 2 and 4 p.m. Glenn Hill, Ph. Sheridan 843-6631. LARGE envelopes, small enve- ,lopes, from 12x15 1/2 inches down to Coin size. Sheridan sun. GET that extra key DUPLICAT- ED today while you wait at Fanche r's Paint & Hdwe., Shar-, tele erldan 843-4844 Wl RINC, Residential Commercial Cadet Baseboard Heating FREE ESTIMATES Terms on Approved Credit STUCK E.LECTRIC INC. Sheridan 843-4422 Ill i FOR SALE : Used lumber, doors, windows, flooring, brick. Ph. Sheridan 843-3132 or see Ernest Hutchins. 946 E. Main, Sheridan. LOCKER MEAT for sale. Fat young Hereford steers. Half or whole 33 pound. Ph. Sher- idan 843-6436. FOR SALE: Apples, 5, $1 and up. Herman Endres, Red Prairie Rd. Ph. Sheridan 843-6622. PIONEER CHAIN SAWS Wright chain & blades. LAWIN BOY mowers, Merry Tillers. 4UTHORIZED DEALER. er- klan Engine Works, 740 W. ]Kafn, Sheridan. Tele. 84 6904. ili|il|lilllll New & Used GLASS Insurance Jobs A Specialty Mishler Wreckers Wallace Bridge Willamina 876-2432 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm CLASSIFI ED DISPLAY i i MANAGER PFRSONAL LOANS Corner Third & Baker MC MINNVILLF. OREGON FINANCING HI-WAY THEATRE SHERIDAN, OREGON . PHONE 843-4152 1 ] 50' PER PERSON l t q t FRI-SAT OCT. 23 24 t t t t JACK LEMON--CAROL LYNLEY t "WE'LL BURY YOU" A DOCUMENTARY ON COMMUNISM AND NIKrrA KHRUSHCHEV t I"JN YUM , DER THE YUM TREE" I IN A HILARIOUS COMEDY IN COLOR COMING TUESDAY OCT. 2? t FREE TO THE PUBLIC t I i t t | ................ 1 SOAPBOX TALK was delivered recently In Sheridan by Cameron Pearson, write-ln can- didate for the state legislative post held from Yamhill county by Merrill I-lagan, who is seeking reelection. Pears(m, of Newberg, brought some volunteer tndsmen along with him to drum up a crowd. They didn't. (Sun Photo 341) I Expanded duties of the Yam- hill County District court, and the vital importance of these duties was outlined Saturday night by Kurt Rossman, can- dldate for district judge, in a talk at a meeting of the Rock Creek Community Club Rossan pointed out that with the shift of the district court Into the new county court- house the court has assumed jurisdiction of probate mat- ters. He told the audience this new power is mostcomplex and, at least dollar-wise, the most Important function of the court. This change shifts the district court away from be- ing limited to handltng the least serous civil and crim- inal matters The candidate told the group of his broad experience in the field of probate law, with which he is closely con- cerned In his position as vice- president of a prominent title and trust company. He has JudgeCandidate Ross ,. ........... mall TalksAt Rock Creek Meet KURT ROSSMAN land titles, a subject involving the admInistration of estates and the probate of wills. Rossan is opposing Incum- bent District Court Judge Rol- lin B. Wood In the Nov. 3 Gen- eral Election. He was named to run for the bench seat after iilmm I ! applied hts legal profession to Harold Witty, Newberg attor- ney who defeated Judge Wood In the May primary election, died of strangulation in an Eu- gene restaurant while attend- ing a bar association meeting. Rossman ts presldentofthel2th judicial district bar association and is secretary of the Oregon State Bar committee on Minor Courts. In the traffic area of the dis- trier court'sJurisdlctlon, Ross- man stated that It is vital for a judge to display a sound Ju- dicial temperament. His be- lief, he said, Is that most traf- fic violations are a result of the offender's attitude of dis- respect and carelessness. He observed that this is often emo- tional and therefore not suc- cessfully corrected by har- assing the offender. Headln Rossman' election campaign Is Sheridan-area bus- inessman and rancher, (3. C. Yocom Sr.