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2 The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, December 17, 1964 Sun-Advertiser [ HERE 8, THERE Want Ads ,s o00ra.on. 00.,oomen,00eo00r, men00. celebration will get underway two meeting dates for the hal- The city recorder said it fig- rectory, included as a supple- in the near future when the idays, according to Mrs. Gen- ures to be one or two of the ment to the November issue ................................................................ Phil Sheridan Belles meet with evieve Phillips. She said her local builders who will be des- of the department's monthly Miscellaneous a representative of the out- group will not meet on Dec. 21 ignated as building inspectors, publication, "GROW with Ore- standing singing group, the Sa- or Dec. 28, but meetings will gon," summarizes the activ- ................................................................. lem Senate-Aires. The Belles resume on Monday, Jan. 4, It's good news for Sheridan tries of each of the 42 cam- CHRISTMAS SPECIAL FOR SALE: FLOCKED are planning to sponsor a local from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the that enough interest has been munity industrial development CHRISTMAS TREES, Douglas, appearance of the big vocal American Igion hall. shown hy young men in the corporations in the state, in- Imported 3-speed 26" Bicycles Pine, Sequoia, $4.50 and up. group sometime in Februaryor community to formally organ- eluding industrial location sur- $32.95 You Assemble RIVERSIDE GREENHOUSE,Ph. March, with money raisedfrom Adoption of a way to assess ize a Junior Chamber of Cam- veys. Polk Finishes ]Prune Testing Results from the leaf analy- ses taken on Polk county prune orchards in August have been completed, according to Ken Brown, Polk county extension agent. The survey revealed wide- spread deficiencies on bear- ing Italian prune orchards in the county. This leaf analysis, a new tool in nutrition work, revealed nitrogen deficiency in WILLAMINA ,SCORING (Continued from Page 1) against Santiam was Holt with 12. Other tallying were Cain, 5; Stahl, 6; Colton, 4; Newbill, 5; Mike Larsen, 1; Gene West- by, 7; Thurber, 5; and John Lil- lard, 4. Zetterberg pointed out Wil- lamina scoring in the Kennedy game totals only 51, since a Mt. Angel boy canned two points in the Willamina basket for the total of 53. Dr.IR.L. Hurlburt OPTOMETRIST OTHER SPECIALS #1 Fiberglas Panels 18 1/2 ft. Blfolding Closet Dr. sets CHEAP Self-storing storm drs $27.95 100s Alum Window w/screens Mahog drs 30"-$4.95, 32"- $5.25 Plywd Siding 5/8-4x8 #I $5.95 Particle bd. $1.69, 2.25, 2.45 Plasterbd $1.39, $1.65, $1.95 Fir Plywd 4x8, 4xl0, 4x12 CHEAP Shop sheathing w/exterior glue I/2"-$2.65 3/8'*-$1.95 5/16"-$1.85 5/8"-$3.00 Nails 100 lbs $8.95 up Galv. Gutter 10', 20' @ 135 ft 52 gal. water htrs $46.95 20 x 18 basins w/trim $19.50 5' bathtubs w/trim $54.95 Dbl Kit. sink complete $39.95 Quality toilets w/seat $26.95 Plastic pipe 3/4" - 5, 1"- 7 1/2  ftRnnfingvv Roll roof $2.95 to $3.95 235# 15 yr. camp @ $8.35 sq. Cdr. shingles $8.75-$13.75 sq Crd. Roof Shakes $16.00 sq. Fencing 32"-$Ii.50 39"-$11.75 . Barb wire 80 rd. $5.25, $6.95 Steel Posts 69 thru 89 each S. G. Long & Sons 6075 Trail Ave. N.E. 60'75 Trail Ave. N.E. Salem, Oregon l mile North of Keizer FOR SALE: Schwlnn boys bike, two speed rear end, speedome- ter, 26" wheels, excellent con- dition, also B-B gun, like new. Call Willamtna 876-2805 or see John Koivu, Rt. 1, Box 316A, Wiliamina. OUTSIDE paint $2.50 gal. & up; super latex $2.95 gal.; li- noleum rugs 9x12 $5.95, 12x12 $9.95, 12x15 $11.95. Bargain Mart N. 99W, McM. in the Big Barn. FOR SALE: Like new, cutting torch, 1 welding tip $65. Ph. Wlliamina 876-2459. ol FOR SALE: Roll roofing, all weights, cheap. New & used doors i Windows, sinks, plumb- ing supplies, over 10,000 used books. Thousands of pairs used children's shoes, thousands of other Items including clothing, auto parts, furniture, appli- ances; etc. JIM'S TRADING POST One mile west of Grand Ronde Ph. 8'79-2389 Baliston Club Names Officers For Next Year The home of Mrs. Charles Kadell was decorated in the theme of the holiday season when she was hostess Dec. 10 for the Sew and Social club's annual Christmas party, with Mrs. Ezra Kllmer co-hostess. New officers unanimously elected to serve in 1965 are Mrs. Millie Hurd, president; Mrs. Cassle Sechrlst, first vice-president; Mrs. Mabel Kaltenback, second vlce-presl- dent; and Mrs. Elsie Taylor, secretary-treasurer. The officers reported they had chosen to donate next year to the following charities: Can- cer Fund, Christmas Seals, March of Dimes, CARE, Boyg Town and Falrview Home Camp Fund. A card of thanks was read for the Thanksgiving tray fav- ors prepared for Falrview Home by club members at the November meeting. Instead of having mystery friends the com- ing Year, the club voted to each month specially honor those whose birthdays come in that month. Following the business meet- ing, a short program was given consistIng of Christmas carols, readings and games. An ex- change of gifts was held and gifts presented for children at Falrview home in Phipps Cot- rage. Refreshments of pineapple salad, and cookies were served to Mesdames Andrew Campbell, Myrtle Thornton, R. H. Brooks, Paul Lodl, I. R. Koonce, Ezra Kllmer, Charles Kadell, Mabel Kaltenback, Floyd Page, Douwe Mellema, Jack Blssell, Tony Gonshorowskl, Edna Tufford, S. N. Hurd and Miss Elsie Tay- lor. The next meeting will be an all day meeting Jan. 7 in the little church. Quilt work will he resumed for Polk Coun- ty Community Aid Center. ' AMERICAN LEGION -- AUXILIARY Rath Talbot ..... ,Prldnnt Call Helder .... erebtry VlJRing members Welcome Meets 2nd Mondays, 8 P.]l II Sheridan 843-6950. the event slated to go into the valuation for building permits merce (Jaycee) organization. /7 __ 73 per cent of the orchards; Office in Hamstreet Bldg. FOR SALE: Apples, U-pick, pot to help out in putting on now is being considered by the A Jaycee unit can ben trem-  f, abnO:Onotd::lsmegcd y lfn 69 per cent South Bridge Street 843-68'71 the bzg annual June celebration, cry planning commission since endous asset to community bet- .......( :: p u e lcmncy m rz ,,-, ,, ,n,,-,,,,, 50c bu. from big crop. Also adoption of the Uniform Build- ferment "..,jlf-" per cent. lrlUI,.UY cider. Ray Tibbets, 5 1/2 " . , In prune nutritional research Bessie Wirfs, president of ing Code by the council. When If7 ') miles south on Red Prairie the Phil Sheridan Fellowship, the new fee schedule is deter- A brief outline of what Sher-  'k,}] work conducted in Polk county, A.M T0, 5 P M 9 Rd. Ph. Sheridan 843-6621 -  ] the application of nitrogen and has announced that no official mined a building inspector will idan IndustrialPromotions, mr.  boron have doubled and in s m SATUROAYS noon or evenings, meeting of the group will be be named by the council since will do for new industry inter-  o e o r m "rn c n a held Christmas Day, Dec. 25, funds will be available to pay ested in the community is in- DON'T LET "r, c,v ,2v mstances even resulted in four L r.lYI. It./ 0 r.tvl. FOR SALE: 285 gal. oil tank next week, the regular meet- him (or them) a reasonable eluded in a directory just issued CHECK ...,,,,.. :_6. ,__.,. - times the yield on fertilized EVENINGS BY with stand $85. Ph. Sheridan lng day. Another group, the fee per inspection when the new by the State Planning and De- L LAbblPIED trees. _ _ APPOIITMENT • 843-6950 after 6 p.m. ; :_ 1 - I er. Available now at Valley Maid: 2e::d:?o::e2:. 843-4322. mgmmm* 111111 RI:T tlfillR TIP, RI:TR nfllll _ ], io. THE STATE OF OREGON FOR YAMHILL COUNTY. i i EACH WEEK ON YOUR msVR]o, • NO. A-4117 ............................  .... SHERIDAN MERCHANTS' rUCK Notice of Administrator's Sale der In the°f Real PropertYMatterjones,Of the Estate of wii "7"IL "''"''" "'ii 01 liiiRii:JSTED HiE ii Lloyd Monroe deceased. beSr: Notice is hereby given that tact E the undersigned administrator i,,.  of the estate of Lloyd Monroe ........... Jones, Deceased, pursuant to | an order of sale of the DistrlCtaboveOf entitledOreg°n IIIIn NO PURCHASE NECESSARY, .L tUI00/UI It Court of the Statel_ "[s, %L for Yamhill County, made and NEW EASY RULES lUdan  entered in the t-------- cembereState on1964,the 7thwllldaYofferOf De-for W II I All this is required to become a potential drawn Saturday at 1 p.m The Wheel of  k| SAL]she/ sale and sell from and after winner in the Big Wheel of Fortune Contest Fortune will spin after each name to deter-  the 18th day of January 1965 is a ticket entry You only have to go to one m,ne from wh,ch store that person w,II re at private sale for cash or PICK UP TICKETS EACH DAY . " " " " -  SAL for part cash and part Credit, at the 21 participating stores (all are listed ceive their prize Another drawin will be  [and ut at 102 South Bridge Street, Sher- , . . • g Idan, Yamhill County, Oregon FROM Now TIt CHRISTMAS on Page 1) and ask or a t,cket. Then fill conducted for an additional and final 21  [[Ir the following described real in your name and address on the ticket and names next Wednesday and the participat- L--- tate.Pr°pe"Yto-w.:bel°nglng to said es- THEN LET THE WHEEL deposit it in the store s collection box. All ing merchants will give out tickets until noon  F CHR .................. • ----, , tickets will be collected Saturday at noon and Wednesday I a cha A tract of land in the 0" PURIUNI: 3P'|N I'UK }'UU •  Ittller" Northwest quarter of the joined in a drawing box. 21 names will be. "  L wrigz Southwest Quarter of Sec. "AT II YOU MAY WIN :nt? Lion 25, Township 5 South, Range 9 West, Willamette |{ payn Meridian Yamhill County, lne W, Oregon, described as tel- I ridan,' lows: SHERIDAN VARIETY STORE I I II ELLINGSWORTH'S SUPER MARKET I I. Beginning on the one- II s5 GIFT CERTIFICATES II ........... ;o:2,;:;:: .......... I "I: ! quarter section corner be- tween Section 25 and 26; YOU MAY WIN" e % thence South along the Sec- " I I ON THE WHEEL OF FORTUNE I I ......... I tion line 7 chains, more or leSSner tof thetheNOrthweSttract o, ,landc°r" I. Airline Luggage I I I I 1. Wrist Watch I conveyed by Lloyd M..Tones 2. Lead Crystal Candy Dish | I I I 2. Kodak Camera I [/oc00 lie B. Heider, by deed re- GIVEN BY THE .............................. corded November 21, 1950 in Book 159, Page r 46, II SHERIDAN II _. I i Deed Records; thence East GET YOUR WHEEL OF FORTUNE TICKETS GET YOUR.72E_ETL OF FORTUNE 2.42 chains, more or less rrol east corner of said tract; 'Or$c thence South 35 degrees, SHERIDAN VARIETY STORE " East 5.5 chains, more or te less to the Northeast corner r t of said tract, which car- It ner is on the NorthwesterlYecc boundary line of the State YOU CAN WIN AT Highway right of way; thence Northeasterly along the NICE APPLIANCE ,a SouthweStofN°rthwesterlYland conveyedC°rner°fthetraCtbyb°undarYLloyd TUGGLE CHEVROLET I I MERC I I line of said highway to the THE WHEEL OF FORTUNE PRIZES I. PEORIA NO. 60 MAGAZINE RACK I I , ,..;... .... . ..... ,,., .... ,_,.0. I I , TABLE LAMP M. Jones to Duane Garoutte by deed recorded November 8, 1962 in Book 167, Page 2. BEACON 50x72 SCOTCH CAR ROBE I I I I 2- BOUDOIR LAMP 595, Deed Records; thence II :: (JETi°:e:{'I:;:YOUR WHEEL 01-'"0"'0" II AND PICK3" LEG LOUNGER ; Northerly along the Wes- with carry case IBi:;K;O, terly boundary line of the said Garoatte tract to the 3. COLUMBIA FUZZY TOY DOG II II -- ...... II | JUST COME IN one-quarter section line; thence West along the one- (with provocative eyes) | | .................... | I quarter section line to the I II II | UP THE TICKETS TILL place of beginning. Subject GET YOUR WHEEL I I .................. I I tOtn theand rightSto that°f portionthe publlCof OF FORTUNE TICKETS EVERY DAY AT I I IICKLIb AI IHL Mtet I I CHRISTMAS. YOU MAY BE A LUCKY orthehighways.premises lying in roads TUGGLE CHEVROLET II | WINNER The sale will be subject to the confirmation of the above entitled Court. Everett Jones Administ rat or Harold R. Fuller Attorney for Estate Date of first Publication Dee. 17, 1964. Date of Last Publication Jan. '7, 1965. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been ap- pointed the administrator of the estate of Mattie Van Groos, deceased, by the District Court of the State of Oregon forYam- hill County and has qualified. All persons having claims against said estate are here- by notified to present the same, duly verified as by law re- quired, to the undersigned at the office of Harold R. Ful- ler, 102 South Bridge Street Sheridan, Oregon, within six months from the date hereof. Dated and first published Dec. i0, 1964. Last publication Dec. 31, 1964, Wm. P. Harris Administrator Harold R. Fuller Attorney for said Estate Sheridan, Oregon MOBILE HOME Htmters look in Classlfied Ads. If you have a trailer for sale reach these buyers fast o GET YOUR TICKET AT THE SHERIDAN DRUG 1 co. SET, 2 YARDLEY SET 3 TUSSEY SET DROP IN AND GET YOUR TICKETS FOR THE WHEEL OF FORTUNE DRAWING RIVERSIDE FLORAL SHOP HAS SPECIAL WHEEL OF FORTUNE PRIZES I POT OF POINSEI"rlAS 2 $5 CHRISTMAS ARRANGEMENT 3 CUT FLOWER BOUQUET DROP INTO OUR SHOP FOR YOUR TICKETS GET YOUR TICKETS AT SHERIDAN CAFE I-2 STEAK DINNERS 2 - 3 CHICKEN DINNERS 3-2 STEAK DINNERS THIS COULD BE A SPECIAL TREAT FOR YOU AND YOUR FRIENDS. WHEEL OF FORTUNE U.S. NATIONAL BANK AT EACH DRAWING YOU CAN WIN: 3 MODEL COIN BANK THERE WILL BE FIVE :J'PES TO CHOOSE FROM U.S. NATIONAL BANK AT AGEE'S MARKETERIA YOU MAY WIN: 1. Sunbeam electric clock and box of Christmas chocolates 2. One 5 Pound Hormel canned ham 3. 12 lb. turkey' plus all the trimnings, cranberry sauce, olives, celery, stuffings mix, etc. GET YOUR WHEEL OF FORTUNE TICKETS AT AGEE'S 3 WEEK WHEEL OF FORTUNE DAIRY QUEEN HAS THE BEST FORTUNE YET TAKE YOUR CHOICE WHEN YOU WIN 5 MILK SHAKES $I.50 5 40c BURGERS $2.00 5 20c ORDERS FRENCH FRIES $I.00 5 10c COKES 50C TOTAL $5.00 1 DOZ. DILLY BARS $1.20 1 DOZ. ASS D.Q. SAN $1.20 l GAL. SOFT D.Q. ICE CREAM $2.40 1 20c MR. MISTY 20C TOTAL $5.00 ON OREGON HWY 18- GET THOSE TICKETS QUICK