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December 19, 1963     The Sun Paper
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December 19, 1963

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6 The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, December 19, 1963 Hunting, Fishing Licenses To Expire On December 31 Local hunters and fishermen the waterfowl season, but steel- punch card, which may be ob- tained at any license vendor, is issued free to juveniles un- der 14. are reminded that a new year is about to begin. As such their old hunting and fishing licenses will expire on the last day of December. Hunting and fishing licenses for 1964 must be in possession Jan. 1 if outdoorsmen intend to start the New Year with a trip to the duck blind or to a hot-spot steelhead hole. Waterfowl hunters and fish- ermen will be affected most by the new license requirement since fishing is available in many areas of the state through the winter months, and the wa- terfowl season will extend through Jan. 5. The old duck stamp remains valid through i t headers will also require a 1964 salmon-steelhead punch card. The game commission said that license fees remain at the same old rate of $7 for combi- nation; $4 for hunting, $4 for fishing. T h e salmon=steel- head tag remains at $1. Resident juveniles 14-17 may purchase htmting (except big game) and fishing licenses for $2 each. No license is requir- ed for juveniles under 14 ex- cept for big game. The game commission ad- vised that all anglers must have the salmon-steelhead punch card in possession while angling for these fish, The WISHING YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS SACKETT & WRIGHT i ii I This sincere wish we heartily i extend to yvu, our many loyal friends and customers. IViE HABi)NABE i1| HI, AND A MERRY CHRISTMAS[ We hope your home and heart will be filled with laughter, joy and good will this glad Holiday season. Buss' Friendly Service Reminder On Plates Given Automobile owners in the Phil Sheridan Country whose license plates expire at the end of De- cember should waste no time in renewing plates ff they want to avoid waiting lines. The department of motor ve- hicles reports that its offices become extremely rushed the last week of December because thousands of truck owners re- new plates at the end oftheyear. The department also remind- ed that people who have been driving on out-of-state license plates which expire at the end of 1963 should come in early to ob- tain Oregon plates. Oregon law permits persons who have moved to the state to operate on valid out-of-state plates un- til their normal expiration date. MORE THAN 300 area residents, such as this young mother with her son, Saturday visited the Sheridan Bakery during its grand opening event. Visitors to the shop sampled some of RUSS & KAREN HUTCHINSON DAVE ASH County Employment Off For Month Of November tural activities were complet- ed near the 10th of November. During the month some 17G workers were referred to var- ious farmers in the county from the McMinn.ville employment office. There was little change In total employment in the non- seasonal industries during the month, Nineteen workers were referred to various wholesale and retail trade establishments during the period. Total number of weeks claim- ed for unemployment insurance was the same as the 1961 figure but was 26 per cent higher than November a year ago. Total employment is expected to decrease even more during the next 90 days when layoffs are expected with the comple- tion of nut processing Weath- er conditions .will probably hamper logging and contract construction during the same period causing someunemploy= merit, according to the local em- ployment office. Firemen Hold Dinner Members of Sherldan's Vol- unteer Fire Department held their annual turkey dinner and Christmas party at the city hall Sunday, Dec. 8. Following the big feed, a gift exchange was featured and the large Christmas tree in the small park by the bridge was put up. JOY TO ALL the bakery's fine cake and coffee during the opening of the shop, under the management of Dick Swinffey. (Sheridan Sun Photo 33) SHERIDAN DRUG CO. WENDALL & ALICE HEATH STOCKING BAKERY display eases for last Saturday's grand opening event at the Sheridan Bakery is Hazel Bryant, an em- ployee for several years at the shop. (Sheridan Sun Photo 45) / f BRAD'S ii:i:i i i ;ii:i:iri Ballston Mabel Mellema Charles Kadell Is attending an International Harvester School in Portland this week. He is a mechanic for Jim Houk at Perrydale. Mr. and Mrs. George Wil- son have sold their home prop- erty here to a Mr. and Mrs. Thornton of McMlnnville. After the first of the year, Wilson will Join Mrs. Wilson at Her= ralston where she operates a Floral Arts Studio with her sister, Mrs. Robert Butts. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jones are happy over the addition of two new grandchildren. The first is a new daughter for Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Leppin of Dundee and the other a son for Mr, and Mrs. Larry Kahle of Amlty. It Is the Leppins thlrd child and the Kahles first. Mrs. Leppln and Mrs. Kahle are twins and their babies were born within a few days of each other. They are great-grand- children of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Coffel% Ballston. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Coffer returned home Thursday Dec. 12 from Fortuna, Calif.wbere they had visited a week with their sons, Robert and Richard Coffer and families. Mr. and Mrs. Coffelt had planned to visit a month but became worried after hearing of the cold weather here. BARBERSHOP Christmas Total employment In Yam- hill County dropped slightly in November for the second straight month, according to in- formation released today from the McMlnnville office of the Oregon State Employment Ser- vice. Layoffs occurred in the Itun- ber and contract construction industries during the month. In addition, all major seasonal agricultural activities were completed early in the month. Unemployment i n s u r a n c e claims were higher than a year ago but were at about the same level as in 1961, according to the employment service. Temporary layoffs at a few mills and in some logging oper- ations accounted for the de= crease in the labor force in the lumber industry. Most of the larger mills operated steadily durtng the month. Although there were some layoffs in the contract construc- tion industry during the montl total employment was higher than usual. Work was in pro- gress on a number of new buildings and homes, and some highway work when weather permitted. Major activities in the food- processing industry included nut processing and sweet cherry pitting. Most other crops have been processed already. All major seasonal agricul- Blessings At this Holy Season, let us remember Him Whom we seek, and may His spirit be with you in all the days of the year to come. FROM THE Adamsons SHERIDAN BAKERY DICK,JUNE ANN & TAMMY SWINNEY ":ri:::.:::[:i:::. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Hammons' Hyway Market OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ANI YO CHF THR COA! PAUl To our many friends and cttstomers, a VE l:tY M v- l:t i DRI00 COMBI 24 PC XMA 6 1/ XMAS ld BLA( XMA SHERIDAN BRANCH U.S. National Bank of Portland