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GN in the United Good fund campaign in this week reached 27 cent of their goal of $1632 collections totalling $440, to Drive Chairman lebert. collection total in Sher- enabled Yamhill county as to reach the 29 per mark in the 1964 UGN effort. County goal year's fund drive is The 29 per cent fig- UGN officials announced $9060 collected to in the four areas in which county has been divided. payroll deduction phase drive was "well along". firms have been chalk- for 100 per cent partic- in the payroll deduc- for employees in the spokesmen pointed out the campaign actually had underway approximately Weeks behind the projected and that the drive was Sting momentum and pro- nicely at this stage. urged all volunteer work- to complete assignments so that the drive could up in the short- time. ,-five health, youth and agencies benefit from Ounty drive. Speaker Sunday Salt Creek Rev. Myrl Wilson, a rep= of the American School Union, will be speaker at 7 p.m. this at the Salt Creek Bap- church. This will be the in a series of emphasis [he theme of Christian Edu= Revo Wilson is well known the area for his work establishment of Sunday There will be special and a children's story- D at this service. Parents I little children are remind- nursery care is provided our services. change in the church is that the Sunday eve- services, beginning this and extending through vinter, will start at  p.m. than at 7:30 p.m. Will Inherit the "' will be the .topic at 11 a.m. service brought by lot C. H. Walth. Sunday classes for allages con- at 9:45 a.m., Larry Lilje- t, general superintendent, church is located on the Creek Road just off High- 22 Church signs on the show directions. Students Council RONDE -- Students at Ronde grade schoolturn- to this past week, runningfor Stu- Council offices, complete campaign managers and asters could be seen about such slogans as ''Don't be VOTE for Gary" and s in the barrel, VOTE for Yl." election day, each candi- hls or her speech the student body. Their were tape recorded. were later given the op- to hear themselves. were then given pre- ballots, fashioned after official government hal- and allowed to vote forthe of their choice. the seat for Student President was Sandy To serve with her 8uzte Larson, vice-presl- Joyce Weaver, secretary; Busboom, treasurer; and Smith, sergeant-at-arms. as the counting board room representatives Barker, Donald Rls- Jan McDonald, Robert Janesse Moxley. e Extension Officers Home Extension ) elected officers for the Year at a meeting Tuesday t. president was Luella while Laura Porter take the vice-presidency. as secretary=treas- will be Dorothy Lucaso events announced the 2:30 p.m. Sunday 8 potluck and Booster Slides of Mel Olsen's to Europe will be shown. the FFA student span- by the Buell Grange. of Grange officers lated for next Tuesday,Nov. tad the day club will meet [he Grange hall on Wednes- Nov. 18. also was announced that Haddon will be has- for the December club ,mmmmm.=mmmmmmmammmmmmmmamammmmmm Legal Notices ,' IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR YAMHILL COUNTY No. A-4117 Citation for Sale of Real Property In the Matter of the Estate of ) Lloyd Monroe Jones, deceased) SS TO: Alldene Geib and the un- known heirs at law of Lloyd Monroe Jones, deceased. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON: You are hereby commanded and cited to appear in the above entitled Court and matter within twenty eight (28) days from the date of the first publication of this citation, to show cause, if any exists, why an order of sale of the real property of said estate, situated in the County of Yamhill, State of Oregon, to wit: A tract of land In the Northwest quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 25, Township 5 South, Range 9 West, Willamette Meridian, Yamhlll County Oregon, described as follows: Beginning on the one- quarter section corner between Section 25 and 26; thence South alongthe Section lIne 7 chains, more or less, to the Northwest corner of the tract of land conveyedby Lloyd M. Jones to Otto W. Heider and Callle B. Heider, by deed recorded November 21, 1950 in Book 159, Page 646, Deed Records; thence East 2.42 chains, more or less to the most Northerly Northeast corner of said tract; thence South 35 de- grees East 5.5 chains, more or less to the Northeast corner of said tract, which corner Is on the Northwesterly boun- dary line of the State Highway right of way; thence Northeasterly along the Northwesterly boundary line of said Highway to the Southwest corner of the tract of land conveyed by Lloyd M. Jones to Duane Garoutte by deed recorded No- vember 8, 1952 in Book 167, Page 595DeedRec- ords: thence Northerly along the Westerly boun- dary llne of the said Gar- outte tract to the one- quarter section Hne; thence West along the one-quarter section line to the place of be- ginning. to pay the expenses of admin- istration of and the claims against said estate, by Everett Jones, the duly appointed, qual- ified and acting administrator of the above entitled estate, should not be made as prayed for in the petition of said ad- ministrator on file herein. WITNESS my hand and the Seal of said Court this 261h day of October 1964. Jack Beeler, Clerk of the District Court of the State of Oregon for Yamhill County By: Wilma D. Turley, Deputy First Publication: Oct. 299 1964. Last Publication: Nov. 19, 1964. 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 ROSSNER Executrices HAROLD R. FULLER Attorney for the Estate Sheridan. Oregon HI-WAY THEATRE Yawama League Results Dayton Takes vices of Vern Lochner, had to settle for one fourth quarter counter by quarterback Bill League Title Chrisman. Leading the Pirates in rush- Dayton's Pirates captured in g stats was Dixon who gained their first Yawama League foot- 156 yards during the night. Bill ball title in 16 years Friday Darnell carried for 112 yards night dumping the Sheridan while Mike Lambert racked up Spartans 33-60 106. Over the course of the The win moved the Pirates ball game, the rambling Plr- into a state A-2 playoff with ales galloped 436 yards on the Hood River of the Cowapa ground and passed for 39 more League. Lewis Dixon led the for a total of 475 yards. Pirate scorers racing over In the meantime, the Pirate for three TDs. forward wall was able to con- Sheridan, without the ser- tain the Spartan runners for Yawama League Standings TD PA TP Bill Darnell, Dayton 12 2 74 Lewis Dixon, Dayton 8 1 49 Kerry Lumley, Willamlna 7 0 42 Verne Lochner, Sheridan 6 2 38 Carl Olson, Amity 6 1 37 Mike Lambert, Dayton 6 1 37 Ivan Stahl, Willamina 6 0 36 Pat Markee, Sheridan 6 0 36 Jim Moody, Yamhill-Carlton 4 8 32 Roy Bonnett, Amity 4 1 25 Jim Selden, Sherwood 4 0 24 Bill Chrisman, Sheridan 3 3 21 Darrell Beam, Salem Acado 3 2 20 Gary Webb, Yamhill-Carlton 3 0 18 Ed Young, Philomath 3 0 18 Ed Munson, Sheridan 3 0 18 Art Thurher, Willamina 3 0 18 Ran Elliott, Yamhill-Carlton 3 0 18 Charles Gardinter, Sherwood 3 0 18 Dennis Johnson, Yamhill-Carl. 2 3 15 Brad Rossa, Sherwood 2 3 15 Verlan Brown, Yamhill-Carl. 2 1 13 Rudy Goerke, Salem Acado 2 l 13 Gene Fadel, Salem Acado 2 l 13 Larry Bright, Salem Acado 2 0 12 Bill Roth, Salem Acad. 2 0 12 Steve Keiser, Nestucca 2 0 12 Brad Bracelin, Yamhill-Carl. 2 0 12 Doug Carver, Nestucca 2 0 12 Mike Davis, Willamlna 2 0 12 Vic Casteel, Amity 2 0 12 W111 Colley, Sherwood 2 0 12 *Roy Pomeroy 0 7 10 Mike Stupey, Dayton I 3 9 Don Stueve, Phllomath 1 2 8 Mike Freeborn, Dayton 0 7 7 Dave Weise, Yamhill-Carl. 1 I 7 Gene Westby, Wlllamlna 1 0 6 Jim Buell, Nestucea 1 0 6 Mike Rlvett, Sherwood 1 0 6 Rory Fuller, Wlllamina 1 0 6 Steve Abbott, Dayton 1 0 6 Gene Williams, Phllomath 1 0 6 Mike Reeves, Amity 1 0 6 George Gardinier, Sherwood 1 0 6 Ran McNew, Nestucca 1 0 6 Glen Eastman, Nestucca 1 0 6 Tom Williams, Nestucca 1 0 6 Larry Barrett, Yainhlll-Carl. 1 0 6 Gary Ellingson , Sherwood I 0 6 Forest Jacks, Dayton l 0 6 Roger Hildebrandt, Dayton I 0 6 Steve Morris, Amity 0 5 5 Doug Warren, Nestucca I 0 3 Doug Latham, Sheridan 0 1 1 Joe Holsonback, Willamina 0 1 1 *Pomeroy Kicked 26 yard field goal Yawama League Scoring W L T Dayton 7 0 0 Yamhill-Carlton 6 1 0 Sherwood 4 2 1 Amity 3 3 1 Nestucca 2 3 2 Wlllamina 2 5 0 Salem Academy 2 6 0 Philomath I 6 0 SEASON RECORDS Dayton Yamhlll-Carlton She rwood Amity Sheridan Nestucca Willamina Salem Academy Philomath 8 0 0 7 I 0 5 2 I 3 4 1 3 5 0 2 3 2 2 6 0 2 6 0 1 7 0 FRIDAY NIGHT RESULTS Dayton, 33 - Sheridan, 6 Yamhill-Carlton, 14 - Amity 0 Salem Academy, 20 - Nestucca, 0 Sherwood, 13 - Phllomath, 6 Toledo, 33 - Willamina, 18 (non-teague) FRIDAY NIGHT GAMES Nestucca at Sheridan Amity at Wiliamina (Homecoming) Dayton at Philomath Sherwood at Yamhill-Carlton Salem Academy (open) SHERIDAN, OI:EGON PHONE 843-4152 50' PER PERSON FRI - SAT NOVEMBER 6 IThe Incredible Mr.Umpet ]'he man who turned into a fish and became America's deadliest weap0nl I'I(:NOT' CAROLE COOK'ANDREW DU66/$1" JACK WESTON' LIY KEATIN6 mIp$AM,MYFAIN&HAROAOAMSON" FcmenIt=ybyJNUI(S0Nma'wESSJ(NC. ROS[, (rqKIIALU61N ,11[NgOL" Bride-Elect's Shower Held only 32 yards, but Chrisman consistently penetrated the pass defenses for 160 yards. Dixon scored first for the Pirates going up the middle in the first quarter for six yards. The kick failed for the point after. Dayton exploded in the sec- ond stanza for 20 more points led by Darnell who went around end for five yards and the Pi- rates second counter. Again the kick failed for the extra point. Dixon tallied the third TD going off tackle for eight yards. Mike Lambert raced over for the extra point. Lambert broke loose for the fourth tally, breaking off tackle for 77 yards. Darnell ran the extra point. Dixon opened up in the third period plunging over from two yards out for the Pirate's fifth and final touchdown. Again Dar- nell ran the extra point. Sheridan scored its only TD late in the final quarter on a quarterback sneak from the one by Chrisman. The run failed for the extra point. Strong goal-line stands by both squads resulted in six more drives being lost on downs. Sheridan penetrated as deep as the 10 and 20 yard lines in the second quarter and the 21-yard line in the third quarter only to lose possession, Dayton moved down to the three yard line. in the first period, the 15- yard line In the third stanza and the one half-yard line in the final quarter, but each time lost the ball. 8her. Day. First Downs 10 16 Rushing Yardage 32 436 Paulng Yardage 180 39 Passes Aft. 27 8 Passes CompL 10 2 Passes Int. By 0 l Pants 4 O Punts Avg. 35.3 0 Fumbles 2 1 Fumbles Lost 1 1 Yds. Penalized 5 55 Dayton 6 20 7 0--33 8her. 0 O 0 6 6 Dayton - Dixon 6 run (kick failed) Dayton - Darnell 5 run (kick failed) Dayton -- Dixon 8 run (Lain bert run ) Dayton - Lambert 77 run (Darnell run ) Sheridan - Chrisman l run (run failed ) Yamhill Blanks The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, November ,  ;14 5 Shower Honors Sheridan Briefs ""uValle" Junction Mrs. O. K. Aldrich attend- Mrs. Nettle Potter is visiting ed the wedding of her grand- her son, Waldo Potter, at Car- only to be held out by the To- daughter, Susan Potter to Bob den Home. ,,o,,,o. Woman Monday Blem at the Catholicchurchin Toledo's first two TDs came Hillsboro Saturday, Oct. 24. Mrs. A. C. Thomson, Mrs. in the first and second periods on an ll-yard pass from Mil- Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Chris- Phyllis Dickey and daughter, ler to Klser and a 31-yard pass (tAND RONDE -- Mrs.Dale man are the proud parents of a Glynis, and Mrs. Pauline Pel- from Miller to Fisher. Baker Grim of Valley Junction was son, Keith William, weight zer and her daughter, Polly, ran the first extPa point and honored guest at a pink and blue seven pounds, flve ounces, born spent Saturday in Portland and Miller passed to Clark for the shower held Monday nlghtatthe Nov. 2 at Sacramento, Calif. also visited at the home of second. Grim home. Hostesses of the Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Duane Thom- Wlllamlna let fly with a 12- affair were Mrs. Harley Whit- Master Sgt. and Mrs. Van Dyke son and family in Lake Grove. point burst to wind up the sec- ten, Mrs. Charles Stater, Mrs of Ariz., and paternal grand= and quarter set off by cone-John Howryand Mrs. Clay Ta- parents are Mr. and Mrs. Mar- R0nde Women yard scoring plunge by quar- tom. cel Chrlsman, Rt. 1, Sheridan. terhack Ivan Stahl. Guests included Mrs. Bonnie Sisterhood of the Sherldan A fewminuteslater, the Bull- Payne, Mrs. Joe Blllson, Mrs. Christian church met recently Hurt In Crash dogs drove down into scoring W.W. Harris, Mrs. Steve Rez- at the home of Mrs. Joe Ham- territory once again and Stahl nlcsek, Mrs. Adam Rexnlcsek, mons, with a lesson on "Decl- broke over from the one for Mrs. George Kochis, Mrs. El- sions" presented by Mrs. Ralph his second TD of the night, win LittleJohn, Mrs. ErvinTiet- Perry. Twenty members at- A pair of Grand Rends wom- Both extra point attempts fail- ]en, Mrs. Albert Wllklns, Mrs. tended and refreshments were en were hospitalized ln Newport ed. Arthur Soules,Mrs.JamesBal- served. Saturday after a two car col- Toledo tallied their third ley, Mrs. Elmer Werth, Mrs. Frances Schneider visited llsslon near Oceanlake Sat- counter in the third period on John Purdom, Mrs. William Monday at the home of her moth- urday night, according to state a three-yard dive by Baker.The Holsenback, Mrs. Robert Hous- er, Corlne Ehnes. police. run failed for the point after, ton, Mrs. Adolph Haymowlcz, Mrs. Lillian Ashwell,38,was Wlllamlna scored its lone Mrs. Q. F. Knox, Mrs. Betty Lisle Ehnes and family and treated for a compound fracture fourth quarter marker on a Commerford, Mrs. John Curl, Fern Susmilch and children, of the foot, while Mrs. June three-yard pass from Stahl to Mrs. B. B. Walkley, Mrs. Mur- all of Salem, spent Sunday at Davis, 42, sustained rib frac- Lumley, who during the night ray House, Mrs. Ted Smith and the home of Corlne Ehnes. Lures. The crash resulted in accounted for all three of the Mrs. Willis Albln Sr. Out of the arrest of Warren L. Deck- Bulldogs scores. The kick town guests included Mrs. Wil- Services Held ,,, 34, of Neotsu on charges failed for the extra point, liam Woodworth of Lebanon. of drunken driving. Toledo scored twice in the Sending gifts but unable to at- State police said the women final stanza on a46-yardpass tend were Mrs. Lee Rogers, For Local Man were driving north when the from Miller to Kiser and a Mrs. Ralph Reid and Mrs. Decker car crossed the center three-yard aerial from Mil- James Reid. line and smashed into their ler to Kumbers. Miller ran Funeral services for Floyd car. over for the first extra point Henry Smith, a long-time resi- and the second try failed. ,llston day,dent of Sheridan whodtedTueS-oct. 27, 1964 in a Port- Will. Tel. land hospital, were held Mon- First Downs 11 ,, School News Rushing Yardage 139 210 day, Nov. 2, at Adamson's Sher- Passing Yardage 168 181 Idan Funeral Home. Concluding Passes Att. 32 22 services were held that after- PassesPasses By 152 l l0 There was a football game noon in Lincoln Memorial park ]Punts 2 3 Wednesday after schoolbetween of Portland. Punts Avg. 29.5 33 Fumbles 1 2 Perrydale and Ballston with a Born June 9, 1905 in Mars- Fumbles Lost 0 1 score of 19-7 infavorofPerry- then, Iowa, he was son of Alfred Yds. Penalized 50 90 dale. Willamina O 12 0 6--'18 Marshall and Marie Ida Cooper Toledo 7 7 6 13--33 Friday afternoon the upper Smith. As a small child he Toledo -- Kiser 11 pass from] Mil- ler (Baker run) room had a Halloween party moved with his family to Red Toledo - Fieber 31 pass from MII- and enjoyed playing games and Field, S. D., where he marrled lerToledo(Clark_paSSBakerfrom3Mlller)run (run failed) dancing. Refreshments were Ruth Wilson on April 18, 1941. Toledo - Klser 46 pass from MII- served. They moved to Valley Junction ler(Miller run)Toledo - Kunbers 3 pass from MII- Ill the intermediate room for in 1941, then to Sheridan in ier (run failed) making posters for the fur- 1942, where he had since lived. Willamina - $tahl 1 run (kick fall- key dinner, Cheryl Lambert Before his marriage, Smith edw) iilamlna -- Stahl 1 run (kiekfalled) in the 4th grade won first prize served four years in the CCC Willamina - Lumley 3 pass from and Shelly Russell in the 5th and in the South Dakota Nation- $tahl (kick failed ) grade won second, al Guard, as well as seeIng ser- All the room enoyed the Hal- vice with the Army during World Salem .. ,Acaaem- loween party in the afternoon. War H. A member oftbesher- Games were planned and direct- idan Christian church, Smith Upsets Nestucca " by the commlttee, whlchin-was employed attheU. S. Ply- I cluded Elleen Fanning, Diane wood plant in Willamina for the B U FF E T DeJong, Marion Johnson and past 20 years. Brian Smith. The Halloween Survivors include his wlf,, In|ilPnS|lonsi A cellar-dwelling Salem theme was used during the day Ruth of Sheridan; a daughter, Academy squad romped out of for reading, spelling and lang- Marllyn of Portland; a brother, | I the bottom spot Friday night uage. Robert of California; and two I W011Mi @... From around with a surprising 20-0 shut-out The first and second grades sisters, Mrs. Ida Holton of Er- the world, the Marion chets import win over Nestucca. also enjoyed a Halloween party win, S. D. and Mrs. Ella Arnold innumerable culinmT ddight, pat- The two squads battled to which started with games and of Salem. terned alter o1' country traditions. scoreless standoff through the ended with Halloween treats. BuJlet International is a mint e=cit- first two frames before the Mrs. Donna Brown and Mrs. I Ililllllmllmllm Crusaders exploded for three Darlene Russell served as has- New & Used  ira/way to visit foreign l touchdowns in the final half. tesses. Mrs. Judy Focht was SaturdaDtzavelwithm" Rudy Goerke, GeneFadel, and unable to help, but furnished GLASS Larry Bright accounted for the treats. touchdowns on runs of two, and Mrs. Everett SmaLl and Insurance Jobs A Specialty 31 yards and a 23-yard pass Dauny Lori Brown and Nickie play from Shaherg to Bright. Focht shared the party. There Mishler Wreckers MARION MOTOR HOTEL was lots of fun for everyone. Wallace Bridge mc...,., Will amina 876-243Z Sherwood Drops PTA Talks "'"'"'"""" Philomath, 13- 6 Week Plans FOR THE BEST il- Sherwood moved up a couple ',r, I 'i . /('-----  I  '  CARINARE play over the weekend bumping events during AmericanEduca- fA off Philomath 13-6. Lion Week next Week, Nov. 8-  ., 14, was the main point of bus- The Win extended the Bow- lness Monday night at the PTA / - SEE US - men's 1964 record to 3-2-I executive board session at  against a l-6 season's mark for Chapman school, according to  OUR EXPERTS the Warriors. Mrs. Bruce Williams, presi- I. -- ..e Phllomath's single TD came dent. Also announced was that  WILL SOLVE YOUR CAR'S on a blocked punt recovery in PTA has reached a member- / 9 the third stanza, ship total of 94. -  PROBLEMS QUICKLY & REASONABLY During the special week "I have a small garage." Sherwood's counters came on anyone who wishes is invited a 46-yard Jaunt by Coney and to visit the three Sheridan CALL ON US ABOUT: a 62-yard dash by Rossa. schools. Also planned are two special days for parents to meet * SERVICE AND LUBRICATION their youngsters for lunch at CLOVER AND tbe school cafeterias. Cost for lunch will be 30 cents for each * TIRE, BATTERY AND BRAKE PROBLEMS YL "?i STRAWBERRY adult. For the next PTA meeting at The Finest In Car Carel 108 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 16, guest o GROWERS: speaker will be Sheridan 0 1 School Superintendent Stanley HOME OF QUALITY GOODYEAR TIRES ] o A. Grout. A short talk on 4..H o o 7 REASONS WHY clubs will be presented by Mrs. o o 7 7 -14 Don Cooley. There will be SEE HOW WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY 0 0 0 0 --0 special entertainment at this YOU Should Use meeting also, it was announced. ON GREAT, NEW CH)ODYEARS! Announced at the meeting also was that the same Christmas Chipmun IPC 400 planned,Prgram withas laSttheYear6th, is heing7th and SHERIDAN SHELL SERVICE 8th grade chorus and band per- for outstanding forming on the regular PTA 105 W. MAIN SHERIDAN night. weedy gra=s control Amity, 14-0 Amity's fighting Warriors held Yamhill to a 0-0 halftime deadlock before the Tigers could tally two second-half counters. An inspired Warrior squad, playing before a Homecoming crowd which filled the stadium, capitalized on the tough defen- sive play of backs Roy Bennett and Carl O1son to contain the strong Tiger offensive attack through most of the ball game. Jim Moody provided the big boost for the Yamhill squad car- rying for 90 yards. Gerald EI- liott was second in the rushing stats with 52 yards. Bruce Belt and Steve Hoffled the Tiger defensive forces with 12 and 11 tackles respectively. On offense for the Warriors it was again backs Carl Olson and Roy Bodnett, plus quarter- back Vic Casteel, who added the spark Lathe Warrior drives. Moody broke over from five yards out in the third stanza to give the Tigers their initial TD. His run was good for the point after. Mike Williams found the range in Gary Webb in the fourth period to add another marker to the Yamhfll tally. DeunisJohn- son took another Williams pass for the extra point. First Downs Rushing Yardage Passing Yardage Passes At/. Passes Compl. Passes Int. By Fumbles Fumbles Lost Y-C Amity Y-C -- Moody 5 run (Moody run) Y-C Webb 18 pass from Williams (Johnson pass from Williams) Willamina Falls To Toledo. 33-18 Wlllamina got a big jolt from a representative of the highly rated Coast League Friday night falling 33-18 at the hands of Toledo. 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