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Willomina Sets Goodwill TruckDue n Arc00a Choir Concert WILLAMINA  The 50 voice Goodwill Industries will send in Sheridan at 843-6044 and Mennonite Choir will present a truck to Sheridan and Wil- Mrs. Ray Barber In Willamina a sacred concert at T:30 (Thurs- lamina on Wednesday, Nov. 4 at 876-2842. They will ar- day) at the high school audi- to pick up the repairable dis- range to have the truck stop at torium in Wlllamina. Admis- cards that are a necessary homes or businesses. sign is free. The Willamlna Ministerial association has invited the choir. A free will offering will be received to help defray the expenses of the Released Bible classes part of the Goodwill program of rehabilitation and employ- meat. Mill (,leek Those who wish to contribute their no longer wanted, but still Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kadell useable household articles are called in the Carl Yoder home asked to call Mrs. Harold Ladd Wednesday evening. from forest to customer on Union Pacific :::::: :: ::::::: Now kiln-dried lumber from the Northwest is pack- age wrapped to provide lumber mills and their customers with easy loading, economical handling and fewer storage problems. Another widely used method of transporting lumber to market is in box cars, that offer quick mechanized loading features. Union Pacific gives your shipments.., large and small .. constant care and attention. Electronic communica- tions, automatic traffic controls, data processing and skilled personnel combine to provide efficient trans- , portation service throughout the West... the automated rai__[I w.ay. Call a U.P. freight expert to help you, today. UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD I i Or00lo01l Will 11ti WilII Whipil.le in Cono-ress "Blaine Whipple has person- ally informed me of the problems and potentials of Oregon's 1st Congressionali District. He's my kind of man.., the kind of man we need in Washington." President Lyndon B. Johnson "Blaine Whipple has demon- strated an ability to translate ]st District social and economic problems into constructive proposals. He will be effective in Congress because he already knows the job." Senator Wayne Morse (far left) Blaine Whipple with John McCormack, Speaker of the House of Representatives. (left) Hale Boggs, Congressional Majority Whip, with Blaine Whipple. "!%::. "Blaine Whipple is an aggressive and able candidate with high qualifications and an excellent background." Senator Maurine Neuberger YOU vote for actl0n when you vote for glaine Whipple Paid Adv. Whipple For Congress Committee, Rep. Elmer McClure, Chairman, P.O. Box 23, Beaverton, Oregon TB Film Bought, Drive Opening Set Nov. 16 "lne Yamhill County Tuber- culosis and Health Association, the Christmas Seal organiza- tion, has voted expenditure of $110 to purchase a film called "Anatomy of a Disease" to be placed in the county school ma- terials library. This film, a new and unusual full-color mo- tion picture, brings basic facts to the viewer and explains that all people whether or not they are patients, should know how to protect themselves and their families against disease, ac- cording to Mrs. Iohn Funk, lo- cal chairman. Mrs. Theodore Rossner of Sheridan gave an informative report on morbidity and mor- tality rates of tuberculosis in the state and In Yamhill coun- ty. An interesting findlngpoin- ted out by Mrs. Rossner was the fact that while thedeath rate has been reduced in Oregon from 551 in 1925 in 1963, the number of new cases has not dropped proportionately. There were 843 in 1925 In compar- ison to 395 in 1963 which is Linfield Draws Area Students For Classes LINFIELD COLLEGE -- Eleven Sheridan-area students are among nearly 1100 students enrolled at Linfield College for the fall semester of 1964-65. They are Charles Fag-an, Gary Limlaugh, Ronald Reid, John Ogden, James Ogden,Dale Jones, Melvin McKibben, John Brandt, Glen Eastburn, John Hebert and Susan Hebert. Reid, Ogden McKibben, Brandt and Miss Hebert are freshmen; Fagan, Lira.laugh, Ogden and John Hebert sop- homores; and Jones and East- burn seniors. A few late registrations are being processed and it is ex- pected that final enrollment will reach or pass ll00 for the first time in the history of Linfleld. During the first pert of the semester students are busy starting classes and new ac- tivRies. Freshmen and other new students had a special or- ientation program. Board Names Room Mothers GRAND RONDE -- Grand Ronde PTA Executive commit- tee met Monday night wlthMrs. Betty Commerford, Mrs. Ike Risseeuw and Mrs. Ray Wag- ler appointed to serve on the budget committee. The bud- get will be ready to present to the membership at the regular business meeting, Monday, Oc- tober 26. Room mother chairman, Mrs. Albert Lockwood, submitted the following names to serve as room mothers for the coming year: First grade, Mrs. Eldon Yates and Mrs. Richard Shafer second grade, Mrs. Oscar Strohmeyer and Mrs. Ray Wag- ler third grade, Mrs. Marvin Klrnsey and Mrs. Mary ohn- son; fourth grade, Mrs. Rob- ert McKern Sr.; fifth grade, Mrs. Arthur Soules and Mrs. 3ames Reid; sLxth grade, Mrs. Tom Dickson and Mrs. 3as- per Llllard seventh grade, Mrs. Merle Henry and Mrs. lke Risseeuw and eighth grade, Mrs. Marion Amerine. 24 HOUR PERFORMANCEI Classified Ads let you reach heting and fuel prospects at their convenience. I 1 REASONS WHY You Should Use Chipman IPC 400 for outstanding weedy grass control 1. Ease of handling in spray equipment 2. Stays in suspension longer 3. Particles, not a liquid, for longer control 4. Can be used with' Banvel D .5. No premixing in water necessary 6. Smaller particles for more uniform coverage 7. No phyto-toxicity still almost half as many. Couple these with the 2000 es- timated contacts and one can get a slight picture of theprob- lem which is faced before the disease can be eliminated. Christmas Seal chairman in the various city centers of the county are assisting in list building for the forthcoming campaign, which begins Novem- ber 16. Chairmen will solicit volunteer help in final prepar- ation of the mailing. The Christmas Seal fund provides for increased re- search by physicians at the U. of O. Medical School and on a national basis, to help science achieve final control over tuberculosis and other respiratory diseases. Thefund also provides for school tuber- culin tests. Dr. A. S. Church- ill, Director Tuberculosis See- tion, Oregon State Board of Health states that "only when the children of our state, na- tion and the world are non- TB reactors can we feel that eradication is accomplished and to do this we need better drugs, better TB tests and faster cul- ture methods." Heart Meeting Set For Women Area women are urged toat- tend a free "Hearts and Hus- bands" meeting Friday, Nov. 6, in Portland at the Memorial coliseum to hear Dr. Paul D. Whlt% world-renowned heart specialist, according to Bessie Wirfs, local heart chairman. The meeting is scheduled from 1 to 3 p.m. Mrs. Wirfs said this ses- sion has a vital importance for the wives of men suffering from any heart disease. Dr. White was consultant during President Eisenhower's heart attack and is founder of the American Heart association. He will give a confidential talk on the relation of exerclse, diet, sex and work to the husband's heart health. The meeting is open only to women, the local heart official said. Also slated on the program is Konnle Worth of KGW-TV, who will give a personal re- flection of what it means "When a Heart Attack Hits Your Family." Mrs. Worth and Dr. White will assist a panel of heart experts to answer ques- tions from the audience. Special exhibits, new inven- tions and machines for treat- ing heart and blood vessel dis- eases will be on display at the special heart program, Mrs. Wirfs reported. Contact your nearest dealer or CHIPMAN CHEMICAL CO. 6200 N.W. St. Helens Road Portland, Oregon I The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, October 29, 1964 7 Nuptial Mass Unites Pair By BERNEIECE SOULES At a recent Nuptial Mass in St. Mlchaels Catholic Church Grand Ronde, Marie Elizabeth Justen and Curtis Jay Davis of Wiliamina exchanged marriage vows in the presence of 150 guests. The new Mrs. Davis is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Justen of Grand Ronde and parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Dale Davis of Wiliamina. Father Sclmei- eder of St. Michaels officiated. The bride wore a floor length gown of white satin with over- all lace and tiny pearl sequins and an illusion veil caught to a pearl crown. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses and her grandmother's crystal Ro- sary. Trixle Bryant of Willamina was maid of honor and Rosalyn Justen, sister of the brid% and Sharon Davis, sister of the bridegroom were bridesmaid% Stephante Damitio of Lake Grove cousin of the bride- groom, was flower glrl and Vin- cent Justen brother of the bride, was ring bearer. The attendants wore lavender satin floor length dresses with white lace jackets and lavender veils. Miss Bryant carried white chrysanthemems with lavender ribbon andthe bridesmaids car- ried lavender flowers with white ribbon. Harlan Houlston of Wlllamlna was best man, ushers were Bob Justen, brother of the bride, and Ray Tucker of Wlllamina. A reception given by the bride's parents followed in St. Michaels Hall. Mrs. Charles Frank of Grand Ronde was in charge and was assisted by Mrs. Darrel Mercier and Mrs. Mary Kenworthy also of Grand Ronde. Mrs. Ona Bryant of Willamina cut the cake and Mrs. Judy Da- vis of Sheridan served ice cream; Mrs. Lloyd Lewis of Willamlna and Sharlene Thorn- to n of Dallas poured. Opening gifts were Betty Ann Lewis and Mrs. Robert Bainter both of Willamina. Candee Buswell of Willamina and Carolyn Whir- field of Portland had charge of the guest book. The bride moved from Chaska, Minn., at the age of eight and has since resided at Grand Ronde where she at- tended St. Mlchaels Parochial School. The brldegroom now employed by Wlllamlna Lumber Company, attended Oregon Col- lege of Education. Both are graduates of Wlllamina High School. News the PUBLIC RECORDS MUNICIPAL (X)URT Audrey D. Brooks 34, Rt. 1, Box 46 no driver's license $5. See and Hear Your Candidates AT THE McMINNVILLE ARMORY DAY ROOM OCTOBER 29, 8:00 P.M. Candidates for State Representative, & District Judge and County Commissioner  will be on hand to present their views. Spon-  sored jointly by McMinnvilleJunlor Chamber J"klt of Commerce and League of Women Voters. WHO 0Ore0 TO  4/-------- VOTE FOR??? Paid Political Ad. by Mrs. P. Mead, 7th & Adams, League of Women Voters comes in two kinds of pickups Trim Fleetside Psckup (shown above).., or handy Stepside Pckup w,th runmng boards be- tween cab and rear fenders. There are 61/ - or 8-ft. bodies, plus an extra-long 9-ft. Stepside body. Floor of heavy wood planking with full-length steel skid strips. Tailgate held snugly by anti-rattle latches. You get smooth independent front suspension and self-adjusting brakes. Check out a Chevy pickup for your kind of job. Telephone your Chevrolet dealer about an___y type of truck Tuggle Chevrolet Co. 251 $. BRIDGE ST. SHERIDAN i Mr. and Mrs. Curtis J. Davis