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• S Due From Stale pub, c ........... ......... HEALTH mATTERS :s that on or about the 10th on; , ...... his month notices will be simplified method will not in- to each of Oregon's crease the annual registration To the Editor: By BRYAN C• SMITH brilliant star In the southwest- )00 boat owners indicating fees for boats now numbered, and BETTY HALL ern sky? Visible as dusk be- registration fees under Those boat owners who ob- There has been a disturb- Yamhill County Health gins to settle, it loses its bril- new law which becomes tained numbers for their boats ing expansion of Juvenile de- Department liance and fades at nightfall. Jan. 1. in 1962, or during this year, or linquency involving crimes of One can, at the Christmas sea- new law combines the who renewed their number this serious proportions. We may "LOOKING BACK" son, imagine this star as the of number, which year, will be given credit on assume the foundations for such Modern air travel has given modern star of Bethlehem, the by federal law and their 1964 fees for time re- crimes rests on a successful man a new glimpse of earth; promie of hope for returned ainistered by the state un- maining on their numbers.This record of petty criminal neLly- the higher he flies, the more Peace on Earth, Goodwill to- the provisions of the Fed- credit will be shown on the in- ities, of earth's surface spreads out ward Men. Boating act, and the an- dividual notices, below him. So it is with the If ever the true spirit of boat license, intoone Regulations will require each At a recent meeting of the aging man: the older hegrows, Christmas was needed, it isLe- requirement, boat to display a 3-inch square Yamhtll County Juvenile Ad- the wider his experiences and day, in a world torn by sus- decal on the bow. Thesedecals, visory council the alarming in- the more Images of the past picion, fear, uncertainty and marine board points out provided by the Marine Board, crease of thievery in stores are rolled up in his mind, like strife. To be abroad in the the new system will slm- will indicate that the boat is was discussed. It is common pictures on movie film. Each world, the Christmas spirit boat registration and per- properly registered, knowledge that a large pro- of us, at his particular stage must be in the hearts of people | portion of shoplifting Is done In life, is reminded of Christ- everywhere. Men throughout HELLO : by Juveniles, not beeausethey muses past with each year's the world must be willing in- • • * are unable to purchase their Yuletide. struments of God's plan for hu- manity. They must be as obed- This is Ben wishing a I needs, but because it has be- Regardless of changes oc- lent to His eall as were the char- very special Merry Christ- I come a "smart" thing to do. casioned by time and custom, This seems to indicate a real the basic principles underlying acters in that first Christmas mas for all my customers ] breakdown in the moral struc- this sacred observance have drama in far-off Bethlehem° and friends and hoping that everything you want willbe I Cure of the citizens of this never changed, although much Meet yours, area that allows our young of what we practlceatChrlst- attend S i people to develop such dlsre- mas is stage setting--the tree, EA I Hard for laws and the property the holly, the mistletoe, rand- SHERIDAN - Representing rights of the merchants, les, and lights, the Yamhill Educators Assoel- BEAUTY SALON ] Let's go back to our child- ationattheOEARepresentatlve iVlost parents are unaware hood, to the earliest Christ- Council at Portland State Cel- l ]3 E. Main that their children are involved mas we can remember. Re- lege Dec. 6 and 7 were George in petty thievery. Perhaps they call the atmosphere of secrecy Wickberg, McMiunville; Verne PHOTO CONTEST WINNER is Cindy Ries, 5-year-old daugh- are negligent in not question- the mounting suspense, the de- Buhler, Yamhill-Carlton; Ruth ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ries of Sheridan. She is shown with ing how Johnny or Jane acquire ltrlous anticipation building up Sloan, Sheridan; and She Buel, her mother and the plaque received for placing sixth in a ha- • /i , various articles. However, to the night before Christmas. MeMinnville. Lion-wide contest. Sheridan Sun Photo 38 basically itisuptothemer. How wenowenJoytheplayback Programs Told .... For Holiday At Salt Creek Old tashioned chant to make the publie aware of those days as wewatch ottr - of the extent of his losses and children re-enacting theml The to notify the parents, orinflag- yearly reading of that lmmor- Annual Christmas Program The public is very cordiallyin. SONG: "Away In A Man- R  TZ a  rant cases filea petltlonwlth talpoemwrlttenbyClementC, of the Salt Creek Baptlst church viCed to attend. Christmas Her" by the Nursery and Be- • the juvenile court. Moore, "The Night Before will be presented on Sunday surprises for all the children ginner departments. Christmas", gives every child evening, Dec. 9.9. at 7 pom. are planned. The church is SONG: "We Three Kings" Very few cases have ever something to dream about--the 'rhe Christmas Story Book" located on the Salt Creek Road, by the Junior department. So- reached the court. If any re- lighted tree, the long-awaited will be the theme, according to near Highway 9.9., just a short loists, John Schrenk, Carlo llef is to be expected, some reality, the gifts on that never- Sunday School Superintendent distance west of the Dallas Walth and Steve May. prosecutions must be made° to-be-forgotten morning which Marvin May. A large picture Junction° Church signs along SONG: "In the Temple", The attitude of the youngpeople somehow did not quite come up story book, depicting the story the highway will direct new- Solo by Miss Carol Schmltke° is that no one is caught. If to expectations, but through the of Jesus Christ, painted by comers MIXED QUARTET: "While they are apprehended, they re- years they have become an in- Mrs. Darlene Thiesies. will "THE CHRISTMAS Shepherds Watched Their ceive a lecture and are re- separable part of the holiday, be used for the program. A STORY BOOK" Flocks", Ruth Aebi, Anne Clas- leased to carry on In some With time we grew up,.and unique selection of musical MOTHER: Mrs. Dorene sen, Henry Classen and William other store, our disappointment from learn- numbers will be used in con- Walth. Thiesies. Ing that Santa Claus wasamas- neetlon with this presen.tatlon. FATHER: David Holmes. LADIES TRIO: "I Come To For the sake of the corn- querading relative gradually be used in connection with this BOY: Michael Walth. The Garden Alone," Bertha muntty, the Juvenile Council developed into mature and deep- presentation. GIRL: Maribeth Buhler. May, GraceVoth, Darlene Thle- encourages all busInessmen to er attitudes of generosity, good The program committee con- BOYS QUARTET: "Hark the sies. openly and actively fight this will, unselfishness and an un- sists of the following: Mrs° Herald Angels Sing", Delbert MINISTER: Rev. C. H.Walth. distressing trend by contact- derstanding of the real signlfi- Ruth Buhler, Mrs. Darlene Tilgner, Maury Schrenk, Dick MUSICIANS: Florence ing the parents or the author- vance of this day. At least, Thiesies and Mrs. Bertha May. and Dan Schmitke. Sehmitke, pianist; Mabel Vill- itles, that is the way we grew up if our homes and our families week, organist. Guitars: • Tommy Lacey and Ed Crawley° were able to give us enough PAGE BOYS: David Loewen, Mrs. Richard Miller, love and warmth and security Danny Tibbits and Mike Buhler. President,uveulleAdvisory to help us to become mature, Viola May. T O A L L O U K F R I E N D S council Yamhlll Cotmty responsible members of our MUSICAL DIRECTOR: Mrs. ,!, society and good parents to our ..... q • own children. This is what we M E L 'S F L Y IN G l .:." r/": - call "mental health." But z-t_, :i|ll  ,,_-_--, . . : Y there are among us in ever- !-:_-:-=-::,'" ,.-----'--'-t ]mlll,-i increasing numbers those men PHONE 843-4842 -- ----305S" BRIDGE ST. :ii;['---ii'''= iJ' "----':"€'"":-iP":": "';i. .l,iii ::'==- " wereand womenset in anWh°Seenvironmentearly liVeSof ;.,.!.-.. j harshness, reject,on, andde- privation so damaging that they . ln-.,,: ! have little if any recollection   i : "  O love or giving. These we call the mentally or emotion- 01}+ '. ally lll; in truth, a handicapped • • ..'.. people to whom life has a dis- :''6 .':;./____ torted meaning, and therefore • they cannot live It to the fullest. 1r:,i,L% n By far the great majority of these people are not in hos- • L.,._'-----t ---'!!:-:---!L I pRals or other institutions; they are In our communities--the i::i:i ............... ===_i:. fearful, the distrustful, the : chronically angry or bitter neighbors and acquaintances, or ;': @ ii1 sometimes even family mem- N  hers who seem somehow to be 7 standing on the outside looking in on the health fellowship of mankind. Perhaps it is toward FUNNY POTATO - A red-nosed reindeer, with big ears, was designed from this potato raised by Mrs. Floyd Owens of Logan- i::; '..:..1 these, our most needful, that berry road. Her son, Ray (above) won first place in the child- ....,. we need to direct most of our ren's division at the Buell Grange Christmas Party last Sun- Christmas-time spirit of good day. (Sheridan Sun Photo 47) will, to help them to learn to E share in the true meaning of Christmas, BRIGHT CHEER Christmas as a holy day has not lost its significance to men We wisb to each and L . ,.. through the centuries. During every one of our many, • . the first world war the armies many loyal patrons a facing each other across no- man's land laid down thelr arms very Merry Christmas. on Christmas Eve, mingled to- ..... THE gether, and smoked and talked about home. As the first Christ- PAUL TUGGL E LOlL HAMSTREET INSURANCE SNACK BAR mas brought hope tea despair- tng people in a troubled world, LOlL HAMSTREET HO:d'::e::m::=ork every Christmas since has of- TUGGLE CHEVROLET CO. fered Peace on Earthand Good- MARIE HOLSTAD HASEL THOMSON HEDWlG GUTBROD. will to Men- Sheridan Have yi u often noticed the ;i!i ; i]OOO WISHES TO ONE AND ALL Thank you, our man, friends and customers, for your loyalty during friends and the past year. FANCHER'S patronage. Sheridan Service 00.;fation Paint & Hardware FROM YOUR DARIGoLDER BUD HAYES TED, JOE, JACK, & GARY Dave Hubble The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, December 19, 1963 Sheridan Girl 00h0t0 Test /00wardWinner Five-year-old Cindy Ries, daughter of Mr. anti Mrs. John Ries of Sheridan, has been nam- ed sixth national prize winner in the 29th Children's National Photographic contest• According to her mother, Cindy's high placing in compet- ition with thousands of young- sters throughout the United States in the photo contest wen her a large picture of her daugh- ter, and a large coffee maker, in addition to a plaque with Cindy's picture. Mrs. Ries reported Cindy's picture was submitted for com- petition after she was approach- ed by a store photographer at the Meier & Frank store in Sa- lem. National judges in the competition, under theauspices of the National Association of Department Store Photographic Studios, were television per- sonality Hugh Downs, movie stars Henry Fondu, Jeanne Woodward and Maureen O'Hara and Robert C. Atherton, editor of Cosmopolitan magazine. The large photograph of Cindy is on display at the Salem store, Mrs. Ries said. MAY THIS HOLY SEASON BRING TO YOU ALL BLESSINGS OF TRUE HAPPINESS. NICE'S FURNITURE AND APP LIANCE To all of you who have favored us with continued patronage, we wish the merriest-ever Christmas! BOB & GOLDIE SMITH The Dairy Queen i iii ii REEE]N SHERIDAN CAFE i M i' "V, A,, T d , x z //'/