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The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, October 22, 1964 Ballston Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brit- ton who have been living with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Her- bert, while looking for a lo- cation, have now purchased the M. Baldwin property across JOHN SHERMAN SANDERS Gravestde services will be from the Ballston school, but held at 1 p,m. Friday, Oct. P3, better known as the Rod Bow- In the Masonic cemetery at man property. Coqullle for John Sherman Mrs. Lloyd Newhill of Willa- mina visited Monday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Florence Hamilton. On Friday, Mrs. Mac Munley of Coos Bay and her mother, Mrs. Harvey Me- Kinney, visited at the Hamilton home Mrs. Elmer Yoder of Sheri- dan visited Mrs. Mabel Kalten- back Monday morning. Spending the weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kadell were the three children of Mr, and Mrs. "Chuck" Kadell of McMinn- ville and the four sons of Mr, and Mrs. Fred Vincent of West Linn. The parents were deer hunting. Sanders, who died at the age of 78 on Monday, Oct. 19, 1964 in Sheridan. He had been con- fined to a convalescent home for the past two years. Ar- rangements are being handled by Adamson&apos;s Sheridan Funeral Home, Born May 4, 1886 in Stockton, Me., he was son of William H. and Killa Bradley Sanders. He moved to Oregon as a young man and arrived in Coquille in 1927. Sanders married Mary Jane Epps there In 1928. They were active members of the Coquille Christian church nn- tfl failing health forced their retirement. The Sanders came to Sheridan in 1962 and Mrs. Sanders died in June of 1963. Survivors include two sons, Gary and Sandra Roberts of Elmo Sanders of Sheridan and Amity visited over the weekend Dall Sanders of Gervais; a with their Aunt and Uncle, Mr. daughter, Mrs. Viola Lowell and Mrs. Onnle Johnson. of Caldwe11, Idaho; a sister, Mrs. A. S. Ltvengood of New- berg; three step-sons, Stephen Epps of Dallas, Leslie Epps of Redmond and Gordon Epps of Sutherlin; and a step-daugh- ter, Mrs. Hazel George of Coquille. SHERIDAN BRIEFS The Sheridan Sun received a card last week from Sharon Brandt of 3937 Canal St., New Orleans, La., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brandt of Sheri- dan, saying she had come through Hurricane Htlda in good shape, in the area of New Orleans where she lives there were strong winds Oct. 4 but no damage near her. By the lake front, the damage was very great, as some restaurants collapsed Into the lake, caus- Ing the bridge across the lake to be closed, she reported. Johnny Marceaux, former SherMan resident now of Scap- poose, has parents living in Abbeville and Kaplan where the storm hit. Dave Papen, for- mer Sheridan resident, llves in New Orleans also, but Miss Brandt said she had no report from him. Scooter Ride Brings Fines For Area Pair A pair of Phil SheridanCoun- try residents were "guinea pigs" recently In the U. S. Commisstonei% office where they were fined $35 each for riding motor scooters on a trail into the Mt. Jefferson Primitive area of the Oregon Cascades. It was the first Northwest use of a new court procedure. Fined wereDennis Gone Cain, 20, of Wfllamina, and Roger Leroy Johnson, 31, of Sheridan. After entering pleas of "guilty" the fines were assessed against the pair by U. S. Commission- er Claire Mundofff. These were the first cases to be brought by the regional Forest Service since Congress transferred jurisdiction of such offenses from district court to the commissioners. Crowded calendars had hampered pros- ecution In the courts. About 85 per cent of National Forest trails areopen to motor- lzed vehicles--but all those in wilderness and primitive areas, as well as some others, are closed. Fire Dislricl Elsie and Russell Taylor at- tended the Amity Methodist church fund raising dinner Saturday evening." Mrs. L. Whimey of Dallas visited from Tuesday untflFri- day of last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ezra Ktlmer and family. Mrs. Florence Hamilton ac- companied her daughter, Mrs. Fred Nleisenof Amity, to Wllla- mina to visit Mr. and Mrs. Harvey McKinney Thursday. Attendfllg thed-H awards din- ner ha Dallas Friday were Dale Moon and mother. Mrs. Clark Moon, Melva 3ohnson and mother, Mrs. Melvin Johnson, Douglas Falming and mother, Mrs. Milton Fanning, Andrea DeJong and mother, Mrs. Dick DeJong and Mrs. Ezra Kilrner. who accepted her son's, Gary, awards, as he was unable to leave his classes at University of Oregon. Visiting Tuesday, Oct. 13, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L R. Koonce in observance of Mr. Koonce's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carnine of Port- land. It was sort of a home coming Sunday at the E. D. Small home when four of their children and their families visited. They were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Small and fatally of Wtllamina, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene SmallofSher- klan. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Morris and daughter of SprIngfield, and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Selby and son of Dallas. It was the E. D. Smatl's 44th wedding anni- versary. Visiting Saturday at thehome of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Morris and enjoying a bit of pheasant hunting were Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Davis of Salem, Mr. and Mrs. Coye Morris and Mr, and Mrs. Pat Croghan and baby daughter, all of Albany, and Ken Barton of Portland. The new little Croghan baby Is the grand- child of the former Betty Lou Morris of Sheridan. I Mr. and Mrs. Everett Small and family visited Sunday even- ing in Newberg at the Carey Mclntosh home. Mrs. Joe Davidson* who had visited a week In the home of her sister, Mrs. R. H. Brooks, left Friday for her home at Hazeldel, Wash. Sunday vis- itors in the Brooks home were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Matthews of Albany. Mr. and Mrs. Onnle John- son are adding a front porch to their trailer house, OPTOMETRIST Office in Hamstreet Bldg. South Bridge Street 843-6871 THURSDAYS 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M. PosilionOpens Petitions are available for anyone who wishes to seek the single three-year post opening up on the Sheridan Rural Fire ......... Chapman Written by Mrs. Henthorn's Seventh Grade Language Students This week Mrs. Matthews' first grade class had a read- iness test. In reading, the students have finished "Ready! Go!" which is a first grade reading readiness book. One group has started a new one called "Time to Play" which is a second preprimer. In number study the students are having fun finding the mis- sing numeral in a set. The first grade class also has a small anh-nal collection with a frog that lets out a croak once tn awhile. In Mrs. Sohroeder's second grade room there are 23 stu- dents - 13 girls and 10 boys. Mrs. Eden Is the room moth- er, and Oct. 15 is the date for the Mother's Tea. The second grade has been studying about money value, collecting seeds, and making colored leaves for the tree. Some of the students are draw- InS plctures of animals, and they are planning to make a Hallo- ween cat for the room. For science in Mrs. Frack's fourth grade Deborah Taylor brought a potato for an exper- Iment. She also brought some merthiolate. She cut a slice off the potato and put some merthiolate on it. Then she put some iodine on another slice of the potato. The potato with Iodine on it turned to dark blue and the potato with the merthiolate did not change color. The iodine showed that the potato has starch in It. In social studies the class is studying Indians and making murals about boats and pla- teaus In reading, the class is mak- ing beads out of drinkingstraws. Each child gets one bead for each book he reads. If the book Is read at home a note must be signed by the parents. There were 14 peoplepresent at the Parents' Tea for this class. In the class there are 32 children, Including two new boys from distant states, Brad Peterson and Tlmmie Gurr. Brad is from Iowa and Timmie from Fairbanks, Alaska. In Mrs, Majors' third grade Teresa Everett is movIng to McMinnville. The third grade is very sad to lose her. In science, this grade is doing an experiment on how a candlecan not burn without oxygen. In arithmetic, the third grade is using rulers to make jack- o-lanterns for Halloween. The students are decorating the room for Halloween. In art class, Mr. Shenk's ffflh grade has been painting with tempera paints. In social stud- los, the class has been study- ins about the United States. Dennis Nice brought a wooden shoe from Holland for dis- play. For science, the fifth graders have been collecting In- sects and bugs. Mr. Batrd's sixth grade has two students who are new to the Sheridan Public schools this year. J They are Dixie John- son, who last attended school in Tulare, Calif., and Deborah Patttz, who moved here from Wtllamina. At present the class is study- ing about the early explorations In the Western Hemisphere and about the different kinds of Indian civilizations that were here at the time of the early explorations. Mrs. Gould's sixth grade is divided Into two teams, which are havIng a contest to see who can bring the most news to school. Ray Martin, who had his tonsils out, has been ab- sent from school six days. Glen Evenhus has also beeh out of school several days because of illness. The sixth graders are memorizing poems and giving reports for each school term. Due to the large enrollment In the sixth grades, Mrs. Men- denhall is teaching an arith- metic and a language class in the sixth rade. """ :)ol News ......... %,f%,t ! Due to-the large enrollment of 79 students In the seventh grades, ltwas necessary tohave another teacher. Mrs. Eliza- beth Mendenhall is the new teacher. She has two classes, English and arithmetic. Mrs. Kadell has been sub- stttuting for Mr. Rose, who has been ill the past few days. This year the eighth grade has 50 pupils. There are three new girls, Kathy Reedy from Pendleton* Loetta Horswill from Woodburn and Wyoma Barrett from Buell. There also are five new boys, Dave Martin from Willamina, Bred- crick Herber from Bue11, Delmis Nickerson from Sweet Home" Lloyd Brasch from Aznsa, Calif., and Bill Martin from Ballston. Bill attended junior high school In Corvallis last year. In science, the students are studyIng about planets and the universe. Plans are being made to come up to the school one night and observe space through a telescope. In social studies, Mr. Brown's class is studyingabout different explorers who dis- covered and explored parts of North America. Mr. Stubbs' class is studying about the political convention, talking about the political candidates and reading about the French and Indian War. The English class is study- Ing punctuation. I I [ I IHT - YOU NEED SBNSHINE MILK Wood Makes Campaign Swing Through County District Judge Rollin B. lems that face the court each Wood, on a campaign swing week and discussed with the through Yamhill County, told Wlllamina Ministerial Asset- members oftheNewbergCham- iation the problems facing the ber of Commerce that in hand- judge in handling persons ling of traffic matters tim de- placed on probation for crim- fondant must first be given a inal offenses. fair and complete hearing. If convicted, he said, the judge Speaking later to McMinnvllle must use those tools available Kiwanians, Judge Wood outlined which his experience hastaught the unnecessary delay he has wlll prevent repetiton of thee- found in probate of estates. lense. "In handling probate mat- At Willamina Judge Wood ters," he sald, "my primary told Kiwanis Club members of obligation is to the people and the wide scope of legal prob- to the protection of their in- New Grandparents GRAND RONDE -- A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Reznicsek at 5:30 a.m., Monday morning, Oct. 5, in Mc- Minnville Hospital. She is their first child and weighed in at 9 lbs., 11 ounces. Pate r n a 1 grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Adam Reznicsek of Grand Rondo and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Fletctmll of Brooklngs. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lemos terests. Accommodating law- yers must remain secondary." *-----IIII.III.II.IIIIIB iiim.ll Brownie News ....=m lun-mmammmmimmansm=immem Brownie troop 475, Mrs. Floyd Owens, leader, met last Wednesday and hiked to thepark where they collected leaves to be used in a project. Nadine Stuek's second grad- ers made plaster of paris bugs. (Lorraine Huntley) of Denver, Mrs. LeRoy and Mrs. Colo., announce the birth of a Graham's troop made place 7 lb. 14 oz. son, born Friday, mats out of oil cloth. Oct. 2. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Huntley of Sheridan. The new son joins THRIFTY ACCOMPLISHMENT a 12-year-old brother, Darrel. Sell, Buy, Rent, Hire easily wlth C1assLfied Adsl / L-ZI FOOD SAVINGS Mill Creek Erling Scoudal, foreign ex- missionaries and orphanage in change student from Denmark Mexico, were Mesdames Es- was a Tuesday evening dinner guest in the Dick Ridgeway home. Later in the evening, Mrs. Fern Eberhart and Mrs. Howard Lyon of Sheridan join- ed the group for a tour through the Wlllamina U. S. Plywood plant. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brandt returned last Tuesday from and Mrs. Ray Wandling Mabt0a Wash. Calling on them thor Berkey, Levi Stutzman, day were Clyde Adams of Ca Roman Yoder, Larry Hamilton cade Locks and Gray Robins0 Virginia Good, Sam Evers and of Salem. Visitors Sunday af" Elmer Yoder. ternoon in the Trice Mr. and Mrs. Arvil Bail Mr. and Mrs Sam Evers Sheridan. were Sunday dinner guests of George Webb of Sheridan. Miss Victoria Case and Margaret Ramsy of Weekend visitors in the Ira vllle were visitors in the Rogers home were Mr. and Mrs. Brandt home Monday aftern00 their hunting trip to Seneca. Robert Beers of Corvallis, Mrs. W. E. Huntley of McMinnville Mr. and Mrs. Elmer yoda Victor Oekerman and son, and Larry Marceaux of Scap- and Judy were Sunday di Keith of Portland were lunch- poose. Calling on them Sunday nor guests of Mr. and Mrs' con guests Saturday in theW,H, eve were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jonas Yoder of Amity. OtMr Brandt home. While there they Abderhalden of Portland guests were Mr. and Mrs.En0S enjoyed pheasant hunting. Schrock and daughters, Do# Mrs. Elmer Yoder was a and Norma of Sheridan Mr. and Mrs. Carl Yoder luncheon guest Thursday of Mr. ,..,.,,,,,,,.,..,,..,.,,.,,,,., and family attended the sur-and Mrs. Warde Hershberger 4a Notes prise birthday dinner at Cres- of Woodburn. well for Mrs. A1 Berkey Sun- day in the Berkey home. Mr. and Mrs. Orlie Hart of Portland visited Mr. and Mrs. ,,,,,,,,,,,....,,,.,,,,,.,,,,," Saturday afternoon callers in Clayton Atwood Tuesday. The Happy Rippers 4-H knit" the Kenneth Knutson home were ting club had their second Mrs. Ray Earl of Pendleton, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Henton ing, Thursday, Oct. 15, at formerly known as Dorothy and grandchildren, Mike,Terry home of Mrs. Don Cooley. Morrisey, and Victor Oeker- and Chris Griffin enjoyed a man and son, Keith, of Port- drive to the coast Sunday after- lando noon, stopping to visit Mr. and Mrs. Vernon McKibbon in De- Brian, Todd and Lane Shot- lake. terly of Dallas were guests Sunday of the Knutson boys. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs Henton drove to Monmouth to Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Ira visit Mr. and Mrs. Larry Igou Evers Wednesday on their mis- who recently moved there. sionary project of drying Visaing members WelcO prunes, pears and apples in Overnight guests Thursday in Meets 2nd and 4th their home-built dryer for the the Otto Trice home were Mr. decided on the community pr0; jeet of helping the mentally  children go to smnmer carr News reporter, , AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY Rath Talbot ..... ,Preslde Callle Holder .... Secretff FRYERS ORE-GROWN 8 DOUBLE SMOKED. SUGAR CURED SWIFT 2 LB. SWIFT AD EFFECTIVE THURSDA00 - Rb WANTED:00005 AST EXTRA FANCY TRIMMED jUST RIGHT PREMIUM ,,,. ,- 99' RIH 'S ONE BAG KRAUT-| c FRIDAY & SATURDAY Your Hills Bros. Coffee newspaper coupon IN OREGONIAN .... .............. WITHOUT COUPON WITH COUPON Flavor so unbeatable, it's reheatable! STEAK YOU'LL LIKE IT ', SHORT RIBS SO IVL<NY WAYS TO PREPARE THESE. CROWN FLOUR ......... BRANDS CAN FOOD SALE ...... " 99 1 89 DUNDEE CORN Sl, GRAPES - 600RA00PEFRUIT 600o0069 DEL MONTE 5/99 DUNDEE DEL MONTE EAS 4/99 DUNDEE DEL MONTE BEANS BEANS 4/89 DEL MONTE DUNDEE ATSUP Protection district board of all- QUALITY No. 2 1/2 PENTHOUSE DEL MONTE tmr;: s;;dtlnLet;eL2rvdy. SATURDAYS YOU'LL NEVER FORGET "'" " " L[TT__.. UCE 2=29 treasurer. He said a nomln- 00P.M. T06 P.M. ................ PEACHES PEACHES ating ltttlon must have IS vet- EVENINGS BY SUNSHINE DAIRY IRREGULAR/SLICED ,.=... , ers slgnatures and be turned APPOINTMENT .,-607 , 00UCE 4 into him by Nov. 21. , 2- ,, ,, J__ ,_ . ......... .eking re-election is John. _ , ," PEACHES ___3 i'e' 4/2S '"' :2i Rogers. Palmer saldpetltions |! lmve been picked up from him [:!)( and now are in circ00ation for . .- Rogers. i Pum InS ran Elealonfortdisttictst , [ IAL TISSUE 4 J iS sclduled for Monday, Dee. : Mr lihaad wa,, .ppointed Count ]" FO 7, the board official reported. Commluioner followin,r the (heat[ n__ll_ I tim- l --* .' > Renne, and lid Republican nominee to | v0sK a-n ntgnq00 .u..,._,,.,.,_ I |*'g' 1 Because of his wide experience during I 10 LBS. d| m | III | ;*.r  lifetime of residence in Yamhill | .1.........., 1: ;5 .,..ln the event, which will get un- | oum., .r. mmeea is ,,eli I  i'  8 I 'i 9 JlalCU IVlUIIUOV !:; qonimed to erv. as County Com- I ....... I="=][ | i ...... minfloner. He was educated In the I 2LB$. , schools of the county, and at Orefron | ,_ _u.,_.....__. 59 Afmual Polk eotmtv 4-H hats opera ed a nut and fruH farm end I Achievement Day Is scheduled k  eommercinl nut dryer In the Nvberg | .....  area. ne aas neen active in civic and | IOr Monaay night, Oct. 26 at mmim _ j . _. business affairs, Including 18 years as | Rickreall Grade school wlth | pr.Idnt.of ) Packing Company, and with member- | ..^ n,, ,-,t.__,.,_ ' _ | ship in the Method! Church Rotary Club, Fernwood Granse L WU t'Zlll. ll[ll. . oun[ry | an(] on Board of 8uvisors'of YamhUl County 8oll and Wat I -ners slateo to play Key roles I ConservaUon m-la, i WITH THIS If ete, Mr. Bchaad promise to continue his but e@orts to derway at 7:30 p.m. i 0..._...0 .. I WITH THE PURCHASE Club members who have m- | d,in. ,m. ,..,.. | ,t.UV,wa?tR.cCOUO, Vmoi aaR; t c. l 2.99 v,he pleted their projects will re- I z,. ehaad for Com=llommr Com.ittee I 4 LITE BULBS AT REG. ceive achievement pins and I Eli.dqh (,nl, ,y. i | some w 736 N Mac,/ MeMinnvUle, Oreson ill receive national | S6 , I award medals.  I PRICE ,