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4 The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, November 26, 1964 timated at $10,645,000 accord- ing to N. John Hansen, Polk county extension agent. The 1963 figure isdown some 10 per cent from 1962, due primarily to weather condi- tiGriS affecting certain crops. Hansen pointed out the ma- jor decrease was in the lack of a prune crop, with very little SRfiTtt CLAUS IS COmlrl6 TO SHEI00IDflrl Gross Agricultural Income m m .- Public i Church i o " :"Welfare ueslion Told For 1963 In Polk County " (Questions about public welfare ! News i which are f general interest can be sent to THE PUBLIC in slightly. WELFARE QUESTION s c/o this for 1963 iagpioltorty:%me alCmomst :lfYTrm)li:YJon. t tahanalgeBf';t h:ro/l:;rlln d Crcinltge:;:;:sUuPh ashops, newspaper, for answer In this planting sittmtion which re- mints, sugar beet seed, nursery -  column. Help with individual suited in a lower average per crops, etc., amount to nearly ==" problems Is available at your county welfare office.) INSURANCE'TNAT GIVES YOU lars in 1962. A smaller cherry crop 'also affected the total gross income, as well as some reduction in barley income. All was due to weather condi- tions. Gross agricultural income was broken down as follows: livestock $2,250,000, of this dairy gross income accounts for $1,250,000. Some decrease in certain livestock prices re- flected some change of income. However, there ls an increas- ed development of beef cattle industry in the county which should be reflected in the 1964 income figures. Poultry estimates were plac- ed at $680,000 which is upabout 15 per cent due to increased broiler production and increase in some commercial egg laying flocks. Grain and hay sales at $2,250,000 was very near the 1962 figure. Wheat incomewas up due to an increased acre- age of wheat although the av- erage yield was slightly lower FRiOM LAWS :i Willamina Firm Buys Timber ! If a guest ot,ades-  A 680,000 board foot tract man slips on your --IF'- of timber in the Hebo district front walk or falls on was purchased early this month your stairs you are liable by the Willamina Lumber cam- acre yield. Seed crops were up slightly and also listed at $1,250,000, with annual rye grass showing an increased price and some increase in acreage. Vetches, however, decreased from half a million dollars to a quarter of a million dollars due, in part to weather conditions as well as some reduction in crop acreage and a reduced price, all combining to make this re- duction. Fine rescues showed about a 50 per cent increase due to higher prices and some in- creased production in the coun- ty. Generally grass seed pri- ces were higher than in pre- vious years and resulted in some increased income. Tree fruits, the hardest hit because of wet weather condi- tions, dropped from $2,500,000 d o 11 a r s to slightly over $1,500,000 in 1963. Lack of a prune crop and wind damage to filberts and walnuts tended to decrease production. Small fruits showed a slight decrease again due to weather condi- tions with strawberries showing a little over $300,000 income down slightly from 1962. Other, crops were generally affected by weather conditions bringing small fruits in at a half million dollar income. o=r r:,! Forestry at about a quarter of a million dollars rounds out the agricultural income picture. GovernmenlD Due Courthouse i Friday, Nov. 27 i Several hundred Yamhill _-" County 4-Hers will be on hand " m Friday, Nov. 27, at the court- house to take part in a special = 'Know Your County Govern- _- ment" program sponsored by .. the county extension service i The session w/ll get . tmderway with a general ses- sion at 9 '.m. and will conclude m about 3 p.m., an extension ser- -- vice spokesman said. Guest speakers at thesen- I era] session, to be held in the _- Yamhfll County Circuit Court- "_ room, will be County Judge --- Charles Teegarden and Corn- " missioners Guy Shumway and = Rudy Bchtd. Thgy willdiscuss _- organttatlon of the county gay- - ernment, its operation and re- _Z sponsibllltles. -= ms The 4-Hers will then be -" SH E RI DAN SALT CR E EK Wl L LAMINA GRAND RONDE i FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 'rhe Friendly Church" Ralph H. Perry, Minister Tale. 843-6969 or 843-6964 SUNDAY Bible School (classes for all ages) 9:.45 a.m. Anne Matthews. Superintendent, Betty Manary, Assistant Superintendent. dent Morning Worship .... 11 a.m. Christian Endeavor...6:30 p.m. Evening Service. .... 7:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Prayer Meeting and Bible Study ................ 7:30 p.m Choir Practice ..... 8:30 p.m TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 310 Sheridan Road Pastor: Marvin Kellerman 2330 McDonald Lane McMirmville, Oregon Telephone 472-6677 Sunday School ..... 10:15 a.m. Worship Service ..... 9:00 a.m. THE NAZARENE THE 'METHODIST CHURCH 'SA Church for All Ages" Lawrence Monk, minister 224North Bridge Street Sunday: Church School ..... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship .... 11:00 a.m. Fellowship Hour ..... 12 Noon Methodist Youth Fellowship.  .............. 6:30 P.m- Old Testament Introduction Course ......... 8:00 p.m. Monday: Prayer Group ...... ,9:.30 a.m. Wednesday: Sanctuary Choir rehearsal MENNONITE CHURCH Raymond Mishier, Minister Mid-week Prayer Meeting... . . ..,.......7:45pm. Worship schedule: Sunday School ...... I0 a.m. Worship Hour ....... 11 a.m. Sunday evening service - 7 p.m .......... 7:30 p.m. SEVENTH.DAY ADVENTIST McMINNVILL m m m m Imm m m -" LONGER DISABLED? -" Persons receiving Aid to the -" Disabled can often continue to m - receive these benefits for a m _- limited time even after they ." are able to work to allow them -" time to obtainemployment after m . an absence from the labor mar- -" ket. Families with children, . -" who are unable to find work, -" can receive Aid to Dependent -" Children based on unemploy- m _- ment when they are not eli- - gible for assistance based on m . - Incapacity. In either case, you _. would, of course, be expected to - accept any work available to m -_ you within your physical " capacity. . -" HOW FAR IN ADVANCE m - MUST I APPLY FOR MEDICAL -" AID TO THE AGED TO BE __ SURE MY HOSPITAL CARE " WILL BE COVERED? __ Persons who are over 65 - and who meet the eligibility _- requirements for Medical Aid -" to the Aged are encouraged to -" apply in advance of need when -" they can more readily present -" the necessary papers to prove . age and that their income and "- assets are under the limits as- -" tablished by law. However, If I AM RECOVERING FROM A DISABILITY. WHAT IF I CAN'T GET A JOB WHEN I AM NO for damages. But public pany for $23,340, according to Vegetables, a growing indus- broken up into smaller groups _ Washington and Sherman Sts. _- you are eligible for benefits, liability insurance gives you Spencer T. Moore, forest try in the county, reached a high and each group will have in- -" Elwin A. Moore, Pastor Services Saturday morning. ." the MAA program can provide full and complete protec- supervisor in the Sluslaw Na- point this year with $1,250,000 dlviduF! sessions with county i Sunday Services: Sabbath School 9:.30 A.M. -" up to 14 days of hospital care t;on from cosily judgments, tlonal forest, with beans making upthelargest Juvenile offiCers, Clerkrexten- Sunday School ..... 9:.45 a.m. Preaching II A.M. -- beginning with the date you Als biddlng n tbe tract f percentagewithnearly$900,000 slon offlCe personnel, health ! MorningWorship...ll:00a.m. ! apply, and an applicatlon can be taken, if necessary, even And ;t is one of the cheap- Douglas-fir, Western hemlock gross income. Sweet corn was department officials and county Youth Hour ....... 7:00 p.m. after you enter the hospital. est kinds of insurance to and cedar were Oregon Aider- in second place with $175,000 sheriff. Junior Society (ages 4-11) buy. Let us tell you more Maple company and the Fort dr,, ..... , other vegetable NYPS (ages 12-40) about it. Hill Lumber company.  ....... County officials will explsin Evening Worship ..... 7:45p.m. CATHOLIC CHURCH " the operaUon, organizaUon and Call 843-4764 Published Eve. Thursday by reslpcastbilitJrls of thelrlrtic- Rev. EdmundRaum, CL 0 VER AND L01L HAMSTRI00ET =ar departments, and youn K- Tel. STRAWBERRY THE SHERIDAN PUBLISHING COMPANY sters will have an opportunity ASSEMBLY OF GOD to uk questions. : = I N S U R A N C E Second Class Postage Paid AtSherldan, Oregon I I m m At noon the youngsters will "- m adjourn to the McMlnnvLLle .lks : Lodge where the}' will be : luncheon guests of the Elks. : During the afternoon sessions ." the groups will be addressed = by Circuit Judge Arlle Walker -" m on responsible citizenship: m Members of the Know Your = County Government, Committee -" have bee n planning the program " for the past year. Committee = members Include Mrs. Elton Kesnel, Mrs, Ernest Jernstedt Mrs. Paul Fritz, and Mrs. Ira Rogers Older b-H members who -" served on the planning commit- -" tee Include Margaret Rake,De - . = rid Gross and Tom Fuller. -" m m Older 4..H members who will - serve as group leaders during -- the day-long program are Jan. : Ice Payne, Loule Keeton Carol -" Heinonen and Stanley Po- -" grantz, i Sparky says 220 S. W. Monroe R. A. Bullock Pastor Regular schedule of services: Sunday School ...... 9:.45 a.m. Morning Worship...11:00 a.m. Evening Service ..... 7:45p.m. Mid-Week Prayer Meeting, Thursday Evening .... 7:45 p.m. FAITH BIBLE CHAPE L Welcome to the Faith Bible Chapel Full Gospel. Sunday services 7 p.m., Wednesday evening services 7:30p.m. Sun- day School 10 a.m. Located two miles from Willamtna on old highway. Stmday Masses atl 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. First Friday Masses at: 8:00 a.m. and 730 p.m. Confessions on Saturday at: 7-30 p.m. SALT CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH 1 Mile So. of Salt Cree k Grocery Clarence H. Walth, Pastor Phone MA 3-2976 Weekly Schedule: Smlday Sunday School ..... 9:.45 a.m. Morning Worship .... 11:00 a.m. Youth ACtivities.., ..6:30p.m. Evening Service.....7:30p.m. Wednesday Prayer Service. .... 7:30 p.m. .Choir Rehearsal ..... 8:.30 p.m. EMANUEL LUTHERAN Wlllamina, Ore. Interne Pastor, Walter Aalto Wlllamina, Ph. 876-4261 Sunday School ....... 9:.45 a.m. Worship Service ..... ll:00a.m. SEVEHTH-DAY AD.YETIST GRAND ROND" perintadet-Glennys Wright: Sabbath 8oooL . . . .. ,9:30 Church Serv/ce., . . . ,II.q)0 Prayer Meeting: Tuesday, , ...... 7:30 p.m. Pastor-Glenn Stambough 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111 iiiiiiiilgllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillrlll[ " GROWERS: ) 7 REASONS WHY i ou Should Use (:hipma. IPC 400 m m : for outstanding : weedy grass control " 1. 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