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The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, November 19, 1964 .mmmmBmmmmlmmwaowwmsmlmmmowllwm. SHERIDAN SHEET METAL heating, gutters, oil and wa- ter tanks. Ph. Sheridan 843- 6938 or 843-4763. Ivie Hdw. Bldg., Sheridan. BOOKKEEPING, tax work, photo copying. Lloyd Palmer, Sheridan Bookkeeping Service. 843-2102. 119 N. Bridge. Sun-Adveruser Want Ads Meet Reports Bride Elect I ioiiwu=oinummnmmoinemw=o.wn.=m ma= Services Public Notice Legal Notices Honored guest at a Nov. 10 .......... Reports on the "Hearts and bridal shower at the home of 1nine nee me n =i nm mmnmm, in Senior Girl Scout RUMMAGE &amp; COOKED FOOD sale. Pelzer garage. Saturday, December 5. WORK WANTED: RAINBOW SLAVE DAY. Sat. Nov. 21, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Any odd Jobs you have at hand, phone Donna Bride, Sheridan 843-4043. Pay .oo ............................ your own price. Money project ]d to he used for John F. Kennedy Househo , Furniture Library Fund. ooumooummmuwmowmmmmmommjmmmmw USED APPLIANCES Ranges - Refrigerators Washers & Dryers IVIE HARDWARE 146 S. Bridge 843-6122 NEW & USED FURNITURE NOVEMBER SALE Do you know we have? Davanos RoLl-top desks Hide-a-beds Dinette Sets Sofas Dining room sets Refrigerators Recliners Washing machines Desks Dryers Chests Rugs Bookcases The more I write the more this ad costs -- SO, why don't you come in and see all the other things. P. S. You will like our NOV. SALE PRICES TOO. O, E. SChell's TRADING POST 1444 W. Main St. 843-4795 Sheridan FOR SALE: Like new, re- cliner chair, paid $89.95, sell 1/2 price, $49.95. 2rid house past drive-in on Hwy. 18,Sher- idan. Dick Jordan. FOR SALE: Yellow chrome Duncan Phyfe kitchen table, 4 chairs, excellent condition, $35. Can see at 518 N. W. Yamhill or Ph..%erldan 843-2751. momomtmtmomomm om,o mo mt=mmn m g, Work Wanted emmmmommmmimmmoom umgmmmmmomm, SEWING and ALTERATION done in my home. Jean Brown 416 NE Center. Ph. Sheridan 843-6674. i$oolsnsl mowmuooolmw swmomolo, m. Produce,Grain,Hay mllmmmmmwomwmmwmmmommmmmmmmmm mmm FOR SALE: Eumrn Oregon alfalfa hay, ton or truck 1raM. Valley Iy. Any day but Sat- urday. Oo 3hn, GrandlYde, Ph. 879-2372 or Estel Wrlsht 9o234. a wol mol mlomooomoooowomolm mo woo m Miscellaneous ,tit l It t l tlltllltlUlitltltt l,illtitll Plumbing ? ? Qualfly toilets w/seat $26.95 Dble Kit. Sink complete $39.95 5' bathtub w/trim $54.95 20x18 basins w/trim $19.50 52 gal Wtr. Heaters $46.95 4" cast soil pipe 69 ft 4" orangburg pipe 28, 32ft 1 I/2" x 21' galv pipe @30q ft Septic tanks $44.50, $59.50 Plastic pipe 3/4-5, l"-71/2ft Copper tube Import 1/2" @159 Roofing Roll roof. $2.65 to $3.95 235 lb. 15 yr cutup. @$8.35 sq Cdr. Shingles $8.75, $13.75 sq Cdr. Roof Shakes $16.00 sq US Stormseai galv roof $10.75 Fiberglas s panels #1 18 1/2 ft Fencing 32"-$11.50, 39"-$11.75 Barb wire 80 rd. $5.25, $6.95 Steel posts 69 thru 899 each 1000,s Cdr posts 7' and 8' Plywood Birch 3/4-4x8 "A" 2 side $12.16 Fir plywd 4x8, 4x10, 4x12 CHEAP Shop Sheathing w/exterior glue 1/2"-$2.65 3/8"-$1.95 5/16,,-$1.85 5/8,,-$3.oo Quality Paneling Many woods Partlclebd $1.69, $2.25, $2.45 Plywd Siding 5/8-4x8 #I $5.95 Other $$$$ Savers Nails I00 Ibs $8.95 up C, alv Gutter I0', 20' @ 13 fl Self-storing Storm Drs $27.95 100,s alum windows w/screens Mahog Drs. 30"-$4.95, 32"- $5.25 Bffolding Closet Dr Sets CHEAP Garage Dr Hdware $22.50 Plasterbd $1.39, $1.65, $1.95 Elec. Supplies Complete Stock C. G. Long & Sons 364-0161 - Salem 8TE MONEY with a foOdl ock. er. Available-now at Valley, Ma=aSridaru Tele. 843-432 GET that extra key DUPLICAT- ED today while you wait at Fanclmr's Paint & Hdwe., Sher- klan, tele. Sheridan 843-4844 ,LARGE envelopes, small rive- :lopes, from 12x15 1/2 inches down to Coin size. Sheridan sun. Miscellaneous. , n lu wnl n m now Iwmm woe momm o i,I, FOR SALE: Apples, 5 varieties, $1 and up. Herman Endres, Red Prairie Rd. Ph. Sheridan 843-6622. FOR SALE: Used lumber, doors, windows, flooring, brick. Ph. Sheridan 843-3132 or see Ernest Hutchlns, 946 E. Main, Sheridan. ...................... PIONEER CHAIN SAWS Wright chain & blades. LAWN BOY mowers, Merry Tillers. WrHORIZED DEALER. Sher- idan Engine Works, 740 W. Main, Sheridan. Tele. 843 c: 6904. WIRING Residential Commercial Cadet Baseboard Heating FREE ESTIMATES Terms on Approved Credit STUCK E)LECTRIC INC. Sheridan 843-4422 McCULLOCH CHAIN SAWS Dick's Chain Saw in WLllamLnj is the place to come for your complete sales and service. Ph. Willamlna 876-2533, nights Dallas 623-2794. Roll roofing, alleights, clmap. Hundreds of used doors, win- dows, sinks, bathtubs etc. Over 10,000 used books. 5,000 pair used shoes, mattresses,dayn- us, furniture, appliances, and thousands of other items. JIM'S TRADING POST One mile west of Grand Ronde Ph. 879-2389 DUTSIDE paint $2.50 gal. & up; super latex $,2.95 gay; li- noleum rugs 9x12 $5.95, 12x12 $9.95, 12x15 $11.95. Bargah) Mart N. 99W, McM. in, the Big Barn. LAWRENCE BURBANK Sheridan 843-6841 THE OREGONIAN uy mall or delivered to Your Door. McCULLOCH CHAIN SAWS' Saws preferred by professional cutters. Both new and used saws. Dick's Chain Saw, Wll- lamina. Ph. 876-2533, nights Dallas 623-2794. $50 REWARD for information leading to arrest and conviction of thieves who stole pump & motor in Gooseneck Creek area. Ph. Sheridan 843-6937. i i RAWLEIGH PRODUCTS L. & M. Swanson Ph. 835-2684 P. O. Box 26, Amity DELIVERIES FREE PARCEL POST MAILED FREE We give S&H Green Stamps ii I'M JUMPING FOR 3OYI _ Fellowship Sets Shower Honors Engagement Announced IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR YAMHILL COUNTY No. A-4117 Citailon for Sale of Real Property In the Matter of the Estate of ) Lloyd Monroe Jones, deceased) SS TO: Alidene Gelb 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 Yamhfll, 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, Willcite Meridian, YamhLll County Oregon, described as follows: Beginning on the one- quarter section corner between Section 25 and 26; thence South along the Section line 7 chains, more or less, to the Northwest corner of the tract of land conveyed by Lloyd M. Jones to OttoW Heider and Callie B. Heider, by deed recorded November 21, 1950 in Book 159, Page 646, Deed Records; thence East 2.42 chains, more orless 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- reher 8, 1952 in Book 167, Page 595)DeedRec- ords; thence Northerly along the Westerly boun- dary line of the said Gar- outte tract to the one-" quarter section line; 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 he made as prayed for in the petition of said ad- ministrator on file herein. WITNESS my hand and the Seal of said Court this 26th day of October 1964. Jack Beeler, Clerk of the District Court of the State of Oregon for Yamhill County By: Wllma D. Turley, Deputy First Publication: Oct. 29) 1964. Last Publication: Nov. 19, 1964. Husbands" meeting held re- cently in Portland will be feat- ured at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the regular weekly meeting of the Phil Sheridan Fellowship. The Portland meeting, which drew 10,400 Oregon and Wash- inton women, saw a great amount of Information present- ed on proper heart care In men. Following the report session, two movies wlll be shown. One, "The Mayflower Story," con- cerns the sailing acrossthe At- lantic of the Mayflower II In 1957, reenacting U. S. history. The other movie: "Early Amer- ica", will be a pictorial tour of historical American cities in the east. Scheduled duringthe business meeting at the Fellowship ses- sion last week was the Dec. 11 date for the annual Christmas party. Named to begin ar- rangements for the yearlyvent were Mabel Campbell, SenaKa- druna and Ada Adamson as the general committee. For the Nov. 27 Fellowship meeting, the Fellowship FoLlies are on tap. Featuring talent from among Fellowship mem- hers, the Follies event is a "Fun" meeting. Son Not Flying Woman Hears Mrs. Genevieve Phillips of Sheridan received word before she knew of the crash from her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Lee Payne, that it was not Mrs. Phillips' son piloting a Bonanza Air Lines plane that crashed Sunday night near Las Vegas, killing all 29 persons aboard. M r s. Philllps said Mrs. Payne told her that her son, Capt. Lee Payne, a long-time pilot with the air line, was on vacation and deer hunting at the time of the crash. Capt. Payne regularly makes the run into Las Vegas from Phoenix when he is flying and R would have been his flight had he not been on vacation. The t w in-engine propjet crashed in a snowstorm on a 4410-fcot rocky butte nine miles southwest of Las Vegas Mc- Carran field. Capt. Payne has been flying with Bonanza since the air line was organized 17 years ago. Play Scheduled At Salt Creek "The 'Ole Man", a dramatic presentation of a humorous, but thought-provoking play, will he given this Sunday at 7 p.m. at Salt Creek Baptist church. Mrs. Marvin May, director, announced that six women of the church will portray the story with its setting in the hills of Kentucky. "Keep the Faith" will be the subject of the Sunday School lesson at 9:45 a.m. Larry LLl]equist is the general sup.. erintendent. "Divine Response to Human Need" will he the Thanksgiving theme this Sunday at the 11 a.m. worship service. The church choir, directed by Richard Nailingr, will sing a sacred anthem. The public is invited to at- tend any or all of the services of the church. Walkers Built Ballston Xmas Plans Started For Fairview Committees were named to Four representatives of the decorate the Ballston Commun- Yamhlll County Council for the ity hall for the school's Christ- Handicapped met Saturday at  mas program at a business Nice Electric in WiLlamina to meeting Nov. 12 of the Cam- make six metal walksrs for the munity club, according to Mrs. Fairview Home in Salem. Milton Fanning, who presided. Making the walkers wereAn- Along with the decoration drew Haugen and Howard Nice chores, the committees will of Sheridan, Ezra Kllmer of purchase treats for the hol- BaLlston and Tom Dldeum, Mc- lday program put on each year Minnvllle. by the youngsters at Ballston At a Nov. 10 meeting of the Grade school, council, present officers were FOR BEST RESULTS USE SUN CLASSIFIED ADS News on the PUBLIC RECORDS MUNICIPAL COURT REWARD I will pay $50 reward to anyone who knows the party who stole a Titan power saw from Rey- nolds BOx Factory in Grand Ronde, or return the saw and nothing will he said. Ballton 4-H club members presented the evening's pro- gram, a review of their work and accomplishments. Master of ceremonies was Larry Smith, while Bobby Kadell, president of the "Live and Learn" Live- stock club, introduced each member, who told of his in- dividual project. Ethel Culver and Melva John- son told of their experiences at 4-H Summer school Legion Session Set In Salem Members of American Legion posts and units in District 2 are urged to attend an import- ant conference slated in Salem Sunday, Nov. 22, at 8 p.m. The district session is slat- ed at the new site of the Sa- lem Legion post at 4825 Com- mercisl street NE. Dpartment officers will he present, ac- cording to Mrs. Priscilla John- son, district president. retained for another year and planning for a Christmas par- ty for the handicapped got un- derway. Teachers from three ungrad- ed classes for handicapped children attended the meeting from McMinnville and Dayton to explain their work. Coopera- tion between the schools was discussed. Stork Stops A son, James Edward, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Green of McMlnnviile on Nov. 1 at McMlnnville hospital. He weighed 7 Ibs. 4 oz. and Joins a brother, Jeffery. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Clay Green of Sheridan. The younger Mr. and Mrs. Green recently mod to Mc- Mlnnville from Roseburg and he currently is a laboratory technician at McMlnnvill hos- pital. Mrs. Ruth Remington was JoAn Holm. The shower was given by Charlene Remington and Ann Fetch. Games were played and refreshments served. Winning the two major prizes were MLllie Stmonson and Frie- d .Is.n, who attended wRhher daughter, Joannie. Also i- tending the event were Goidie Smith, Marilyn SmRh, Thelma Mulford, Robert Widness, Marion Holm, mother of the bride-elect, Lola Remington, mother of the groom-to-be, June McKenzie, Lorena Lou- d.n, Miss Holm's grandmoth- er Weible and the groom's grandmother Remington. Unable to attend, but sending giRs, were Mrs. Emma Bau- man and Betty Lou and Alice Rogers. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: MYRA EDNA WELCH Funeral services were held Tuesday, Nov. 17, in Portland for Myra Edna Welch of Grand Ronde, who died suddenly Sat- urday, Nov. 14, 1964, at her home a mile west of Old Grand Ronde. She was 83. Vault entombment was at Lincoln Memorial park, with Ariason's Sheridan Funeral Home directing. Born Sept. 19, 1881 at Ionia, Mich., Miss Welch was daugh- ter of John D. and Ida Alder- man Welch. She was employed as a supervisor in the de- livery department at Meier & Frank in Portland for 38years. She retired from that position In 1947 and moved to her new home west of Old Grand Ronde. She had lived there with her widowed sister, Sarah Louise Peer, until her death. Survivors include her sister, Mrs. Peer; a brother, Abram H. Welch of Portland; and two nephews, Harvey G. Welch and Dr. John Welch, both of Portland. FRED POST Private committal services were scheduled by Adamson's Sheridan Funeral Home for Fred Post, found dead Friday In his Sheridan apartment. Death, caused by cancer, was listed as Thursday, Nov. 12. Postwas 62. Born April 30, 1902 in Min- nesota, Post was son of John and Minnie Nierenherg Post. He had farmed most of his llfe. Among survivors are four daughters, LiLlian Bergst rum af Seattle, Mrs. Emery Gunneson of Auburn, Wash., Gladys Ramsdall of Sumner, Wash., and Mrs. Kenneth Meyer of Pennsy- lvania; three sisters, Hazel Biggs of Tacoma, Wash., Mrs. Fred Wepfe r of Puyallup, Wash. and Mrs. Nick Boor of Min- nesota; two brothers, Frank of Denver and Wilmar of Min- nesota and 17 grandchildren. IT'S YOUR LAW THE JOY RIDE Centervllle High school had won the football game, and everyone was in a gay mood. When some of the gang suggest- ed to Sam that they take a joy ride in his uncle's new car, Sam agreed. No one asked Uncle BLll for his permission. After driving for almost an hour, Sam decided to return the car. As theyere drivinghack, intending to leave the car where they had found R, the car skidded on the wet highway and slid into a ditch. It was a total wreck. The next day Uncle Bill told his insurance agent about the accident and requested that the company pay for the car under the theR provision on his policy. The insurance company de- nied that R was liable. "our car was borrowed, not stolen," the company said. "My policy insures me against damage caused by theft, robbery or pilferage," said Uncle Bill. "The car was stolen, and I have a right to be paid." Must the insurance company pay this claim? No, said the court. The in- surance company is not liable unless it is shown that the one who took the car had an intent to steal it. That is, that the wrongdoers intended to perm- anently deprive the owner of his car. If the parson taking the car intended to return it in good condition and within a reason- able time, the insurance com- pany is not liable under the theft provision of the policy. In this case, Sam did not in- tend to steal the car, but only to go for a Joy ride and return it. Uncle Bill may he able to sue Sam or his father for the dam- ages to his new car, but the theft provision in his insurance policy does not cover such a case. The insurance company won the case. ff uncle Bill had carried col- lision coverage, such as a $100 deductible clause, the insur- ance company would pay for all damages over $100. Jonathan Steele, 18, St. Paul, inadequate muffler, $7. Elmer Beehner, 53, Amity, driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor, $150 and 90-day license suspension. Jason Lee Smity, 17, Rt. 2, Sheridan, disorderly conduct, $7.50. Allen Remington, 16, 448M111 street, curfew vldiatlon, $7,50. Michael Wilcox, 17, McMinn- ville, curfew violation, $7. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY i I .. . y MANAGER WEtTERN FINANCE CO. PERSONAL LOANS Corner Third & Baker FINANCING M C MINNvILLF, OREGON B I I IIII Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gentry of Willamina announce the engagement of their daughter, Dorothy Jean to Bob Ham of Willmica, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Ham. Dorothy is a 1961 graduate of Willamiua High school and is employed at the Business Finance administration in Salem. Her fiance is a 1960 graduate of Willin High and is in the Navy at the present time. No wedding date has been set. UNITED Mexic0' T0pic Of Study Club BIRTHDAY CALENDAR Sheridan High School Band community calendar sends greetings this week to Lind Neal, Lucllle Belieu, Gary Dan- ieis, Betty Bowers, Aurice Wal- lace, Chris Griffin, Larry HI- At the Nov. 12 meeting of aft, Patti Krauthoefer and Nor- the Sheridan Woman's Study man Chapman. club, held at the home of Mrs. Wedding congratulations go to Marion Lathm, Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. Earl Neal and Brandt gave the "Poco Discur- Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Neely. so" on the basic pronunciation of American Spanish which our neighbors to the South speak. This gave a fitting background to the study on Mexico pre- sented by Mrs. Harold Fuller. Adding interest, Mrs. Fuller borrowed and showed the group a Mexican basket filled with articles which Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Tatom had purchased on their trips to Mexico. lilillllllllllll New & Used GLASS Insurance Jobs A Specialty Mishler Wreckers Wallace Bridge Willamina 876-2432i Inllmnlllllllll for bankin with US i i:i/ii;iiii:! <_ :i:}:i-:i i:!: ii !!i!i!i{!ii!: Jan Whitacre. one of our bookkeepers If the folks at U. S. Bank seem even friendlier than ever these days, there's a reason. We've decided to stretch Thanksgiving out for a full week and make it a special "Customer Appreciation Week." Our customers are the finest people in the world and we want to express our appreciation for the opportunity of serving them. We're proud of our record of being a leader in many modem banking services and conveniences. And we pledge to continue offering new and helpful services. Just in case we miss seeing you in person, our entire statewide staff of more than 3000 joins in saying, "Thank You for Banking with US." HEAD OFFICE: PORTLAND STATES NATIONAL BANK OF OREGON I i